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V Htrotlin 'round town DELTA. UTAH Population 1703 Elevation, 4,649 City Water and Sewer -Electric Service Surfaced Streets Churches, Civic Clubs, Bank Veteran's Groups Hospital, library Municipal Airport Municipal Swimming Pool FAA Station Vol unteer Fire Department MILLARD COUNTY Population 7,877 Grazing and Industrial Lands Alfalfa Seed, Honey Poultry and Turkey Raising Stockraising, Dairy Farming Ducks, Geese, 1 peasants Deer, Cottontail Rabbits Trout, Bass, and Catfish Mountain Recreation Boating, Picnic Facilities A Great Place To Live I ELECTION JUDGES NAMED At Delta City Council meeting Monday night the following election elec-tion judges were appointed: Precinct Pre-cinct 18, Leona Works, Josephine Pratt and La Von Doolin with Carl Bennett as Alternate. Precinct 18, Norma Pearson V. S. Barney and Deona Black, with Jan Wright, Alternate. Other matters discussed at the council were very routine. Minutes of the previous meeting were read and bills presented and accepted. -By INEZ RIDING Life and Television and Me It's only natural that the American Ameri-can housewife should be benefited from the great advances being made in every field these days. Being of the 1924 vintage, however, how-ever, I'm having more than a little difficulty trying to cope with some of these modern-day products. The products, usually, are designed to relieve the housewife of household drudgery and at the same time keep her looking like a high-fashion model. Evidently, the idea behind be-hind some of these is to give her more time to sit in front of the television set and observe the typical typ-ical American housewife as she goes about her duties. Some of my experiences have been quite traumatic. Take the runaway chair for a starter. You know the one, it goes scooting across the room to get a-way a-way from a determined housewife bent on using the wrong furniture polish. Truthfully, I didn't have a chair to run away from me but I did have a table. I came at the table all set to really re-arrange the dust and the last time I saw it it was heading .across the Sevier River Bridge towards Hinckley. I couldn't catch the darned thing. Iron poor blood, I guess. Another incident that set' my blood pressure to rising concerned my determination to surprise the family by cleaning the kitchen floor. The ad that appealed to me ELDER HERBERT REX ABEG-GLEN, ABEG-GLEN, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Her-bert C. Abegglen, has been called call-ed to serve in the Danish Mission, Mis-sion, with headquarters in Copenhagen, Cop-enhagen, Denmark. A farewell testimonial for him will be held Sunday, Oct. 10, at 3:00 p.m. in the Taylorsville 8th Ward Chapel, 1457 Atherton Dr.. Taylorsville. (4270 South Redwood Red-wood Rd.) Elder Abegglen is a graduate of Delta High School, and has attended at-tended B.Y.U. one year. He will enter the mission home Oct. II. -iUKS1 fir vr,"nKirn'n -.y.-.-.-M 9 W'U dp- As. 7 .Mia, R "SERVING Volume 56 Number 14 Poem Gains Recognition Mrs. Delilah S. Sanford of 963 East Canyon Drive, Spanish Fork, has received notification that her poem "The Casualty" has been selected se-lected to appear along with hundreds hund-reds of-other outstanding contributions contribu-tions in the forthcoming anthology titled AMERICAN POETRY, Old & New. Jeanne Hollyfield, Associate Editor Ed-itor of the publication, said that it was the opinion of the editors of the publication that Mrs. San-ford's San-ford's poem is of exceptional lit erary merit and deserving of a place in the libraries of the world, where it may be read and reflected reflect-ed upon by contemporaries as well as geneiations yet unborn. The anthology will be permanently perman-ently bound in hard, cloth covers and will be curculated throughout the United States and Canada. Let your college student read about friends and neighbors in the pages of the Chronicle. Order today. to-day. to the point that I purchased the cleaner showed family members looking through walls, basement floors, etc. at the oddest places because the product cleaned such surfaces like ammonia cleans glass. Well, now il must confess, that that didn't appeal to me so much as the Housewife was SMILING while she was doing the cleaning. "Now anything that can make a woman smile like that while she's cleaning floors is for me", me- thinks. Being a graduate of the "mop-stick "mop-stick that rearranges dirt to dif ferent corners" school I thought (by the way I'm very good at re arranging dirt) my family would just love to have the floor clean enough to be able to see through to the foundation. (My family is filled with curiosity and has wondered won-dered many times "What's under the floor?") So, I began. I scrub bed and scrubbed and scrubbed The only place the family can see through that floor is in the corner that I started in. I scrubbed a 2 inch hole right through the floor covering and the floor boards. Is my family pleased? It is not. In fact, certain family members act rather shamefaced about the (Continued on back page) Utile League Donors (Listed... Little League Football continues to draw more spectators every week to the games. 150 to 175 people peo-ple enjoyed the games Saturday morning. The games scheduled to be played this coming Saturday were played Wednesday and Thurs day (today) to avoid conflict with a Scout trip for several of the players. play-ers. Results will be published next week. The Packers of the National League Lea-gue and the Broncos of the American Ameri-can League have won both games played to date. Of course, players of the opposing teams are all out to take their place as league leaders lead-ers and will be playing to win every ev-ery time. In Saturday's games the Colts were defeated by the Packers by a score of 27 to 6. The Colts were having a little difficulty in getting started and the Packers seemed to be getting the breaks. Richard Howell intercepted a pass and ran 60 yards for a TD. Also scoring TD's for the Packers were Jim Robson, Gaylen Sabey, and Russell Callister Callis-ter with extra point scoring by Callister, Howell and Robson. The lone Colt score came when Dave Clark hit Wayne Jones in the end zone. The other National League game found the Bears swamping the Rams to a score of 19 to 0. After a scoreless first half the Bears broke loose with Gilbert Keith scoring two touchdowns and one extra point, Scott Finlinson scored the last touchdown. The entire Ram team put on a brilliant de- 7 THE PEOPLE OF DELTA AND THE GREAT PAHVANT Thursday, September 30, 1965 THE PUBLISHER SEZ: By cracky, i's shore good to see air school bored members up and around with their pants in place. I've been mity skeerd since- I read in the Millard Progress that they all got cot with their pants down when tre freek snowstorm hit Millard Mil-lard County week er two ago and Fillmore Elementry was without a biler fer heat. Progress Pro-gress sez at's cause thet bored didn't get anny biddin' did on a new biler. Don't reckon I know bout thet, but I'm agin school bored members trottin' 'round with ther pants down. Republican Precint Heads To Meet Here Thursday (tonight) at 8 o'clock in the Delta High School, Millard County Republicans will hold a workship for all Republican Precinct Pre-cinct Chairmen of the County. In this meeting, information concerning concern-ing the big Neighbor-toNeighbor drive to be held on a state-wide basis Oct. 14, will be presented to the precinct chairmen. It is imperative im-perative that every precinct be represented. rep-resented. The meeting will be under the direction of Richard Brough, Chairman, Chair-man, and Glena Moody, Vice Chairman Chair-man of the Millard County Republican Repub-lican Committee. Hunters, Attention Following is an excerpt from an attorney general's opinion regarding regard-ing hunting license requirements. "The requirement of 60 days or more as a bona fide resident means that an applicant for a license must have been in Utah for the required period of time with the purpose and intent of making Utah his home for all practical purposes. Persons in Utah for purposes of visiting or vacationing are not residents." res-idents." Announcement is being made that a gun sale will be held in the conservation offices at Cedar City, Friday, Oct. 1. Guns on sale are confiscated equipment and any interested in-terested persons should be at the regional office prior to 5:30 p.m. on Oct. 1. The Department reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids on any item offered for sale. Items for sale will be on display dis-play hour before time of sale and from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. on the day before the sale (today). The guns to be sold are: One 22 Cal. rifle pump. One 303 Cal. rifle. One 30.06 cal. rifle with scope. Two 12 ga. single barrel shotguns. shot-guns. One 410 ga. single barrel shotgun. shot-gun. fensive show but couldn't seem to get rolling on its offensive. Over in the American League the Broncos rolled over the Chargers to a score of 27 to 0 in the Broncos second win of the year. Scoring for the Broncos were Dave Johnson, Kim Moody and Matt Clark. This win put the Broncos in first place and they are definitely the team to beat. The Falcons and the Jets battled it out neck and neck for three straight quarters when the score was still 0-0. In the top of the 4th quarter the Falcons broke loose with Bryce Petersen running thirty yards and Roger Allred packing it over for a touchdown and the extra point. Roger Allred then ran another an-other 30 yards for the second TD. The game ended with a score of 13-0, Falcons. Outstanding defensive defens-ive man was Robert Rusby of the Falcons. Stanton Lovell did a fine job quarterbacking the winning club. Outstanding players for the Jets were Allan Burraston, Ralph McCall and Jim McCormick. League Standings are: NATIONAL LEAGUE STANDINGS Team PACKERS COLTS BEARS RAMS W 2 1 1 0 L 0 1 1 2 1.000 500 .500 .000 AMERICAN LEAGUE STANDINGS Team BRONCOS CHARGERS FALCONS JETS W 2 1 1 0 L O 1 1 2 1.000 .500 .500 .000 HMf HE Delta, Utah 84624 10c copy $4.00 a year in advance LOOKING OVER ONE OF THE Little League Football uniforms are (1. to r.) C L. Bennett, Frank Baker, Rex Day and Orvil Jeffery. Mr. Bennett and Mr. Jeffery are representing Delta Lions Club. Mr. Baker and Mr. Day are members mem-bers of the Board of Directors of the Little League Ass'n. Delta Lions Club donated $200.00 towards to-wards the purchase price of the Little League uniforms. Other members of the Board of Directors of the Little League are Donald Evans, Carl "Curly" Rob-son Rob-son and James Porter. Approximately ISO boys between be-tween the ages of 10 and 14 are - Anita McCall, daughter of Mrs. Lenore McCall has been selected a member of the Cougarettes, BYU marching group. Anita rooms with Jane Beckwith at Wymount Dorm on the campus. Jane is the daughter daugh-ter of Mrs. Wanda Beckwith. Both girls are aiming for a teaching certificate. cer-tificate. Craig Greathouse, son of Mrs. Margie Greathouse and Robert Callister, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ru-lon Ru-lon Callister are freshmen at Dixie College, St. George, where they are members of the football squad. Both played in Saturday's' game when the Dixie College team defeated de-feated the Arizona State College frosh team by a score of 25-12. Winn Walker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Walker and Kent Turner, Turn-er, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Turner, Turn-er, also figured prominently in the Dixie College win. Winn is a sophomore soph-omore at Dixie and Kent is a freshman. fresh-man. Carol Ann Farnsworth, sophomore sopho-more at Ricks College, Rexburg, Idaho, was named one of the three cheerleaders at the college last The following businesses and individuals in-dividuals have contributed to the Little League Football Uniform fund: W. O. Coleman, Soddy, Tenn. Rod's Barber Shop, Curley's Lounge, Don Bird, Newell Knight, Keith Dalton, Church Lumber Yard, Utah jPower and Light, Hatch's City Cafe, Cecil Stevenson, Keith's Barber Shop, Delta Drug, Otis Walch, Mar ion and Dean's, Dean Harder, Bud Bassett, Seven-Up Dist., Harrison Bros., Edgar Mills, HABB Corp., Kill- pack Motor Lodge, Service Drug, The Delmart, Starglo Motor Lodge, Cropper Texaco Service, N. S. Bass ett, Tom Smith, Richard Farns worth, Delta Lions, Kelly Service D. Stevens, Valley Builders, Fritz Upholstery, Quality Market, Ma bel's, Baker Pharmacy, Leo Bur raston, Doug Spencer, Dr. Calrk B. Cox, Thorpe Waddingham, A.D.C. Plumbing, Delta Livestock Auction, West Millard Co-op, Maverick Station, Sta-tion, Davy Jones, Walker Honey Co., Mabel Memmott, Fourth of July Committee, Hinckley Lions Club, and Delta-West Millard Ki-wanis. Ki-wanis. According to the board of directors direct-ors of the Little League, Rex Day, Frank Baker, Curly Robson, Donald Don-ald Evans and James Porter, contributions con-tributions are still being accepted. POSTER PAPER Poster paper at the Chronicle, in white and a wide variety of colors, now sells for 15c a sheet straight and 20c a sheet for lemon yellow. Grid I VAkLEY' participating in the football leagues. lea-gues. The American League consists con-sists of boys in the fifth, sixth and part of the seventh grades. The National League includes boys in the seventh, eighth and ninth grades. According to Mr. Day approximately approxi-mately $900 have been donated towards the full purchase price of $1200. The largest single a-mount a-mount came from the Delta 4th of July Committee, $300. Donations Dona-tions are still being accepted and welcomed. Other contributors are listed elsewhere along with the team standings and a story on last Saturday's games. o week from a field of 35 contestants. contest-ants. Carol is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hatch Farnsworth. Althea Holman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Holman, was elected Studentbody Secretary at the Utah Trade Technical Institute in Provo. Althea is studying Business and is in her first year. Selected Monday as members of the CSU Thunderbird Thunderettes, marching group, were freshmen Nadine Iverson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Iverson; Annette Rawlinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Glen Rawlinson; Mary Jo Finlinson, Fin-linson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walker Finlinson, and Lynette Rid ing, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Riding. Jeanne Eliason, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Eliason and fresh man at the University of Utah pledged Phi Mu last week. Jeanne has been exempted from the first course of physics at the university and will go right into advanced physics due to her high entrance test scoring. She rooms with Kath leen Knight, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Knight at Van Cott Hall. Kathleen is in nursing. Suzanne Law, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Law, will serve as Song Leader at Weber State Col lege in Ogden this year. Suzanne is a sophomore at the college. Jack Bishop, who plays offensive (Continued on back page) ELDER CORDELL FINLINSON will be honored at a farewell testimonial and dance Friday evening, ev-ening, Oct. 1, 9:00 p.m. in the Oak City Ward Recreation hall. He is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin R. Finlinson. Elder Finlinson has been called call-ed to serve a mission in Brazil with headquarters at Sao Paulo. He is a graduate of Delta High School and has attended CSU. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. f"i vzvtr iroi Dial Friday lurglarc Itevens Co. D. Stevens Co. was burglarized Tuesday night or early Wednesday morning of guns and ammunition valued at approximately $2500 and an undetermined amount of cash taken from the bottom section of the safe. Entrance was gained through an overhead air condition ing unit. Escape was made through the back door, say local officers. Investigating are Delta City Police Po-lice and Deputy Sheriff Edgar Mills. Policeman C. R. "Cliff" Leavitt and Deputy Sheriff Mills surmise that the burglars discarded the attempt at-tempt of opening the combination lock of the top section of the safe, and tried to take the safe with them but found it too heavy to manage. The safe was toppled from a stand. As a precautionary measure, store officials had had a half yard or more cement pour ed in around the safe several years ago. One of the furniture carls from the furniture department was found in the office. Policeman Lea vitt said that evidently the burg. lars had intended to use it to get the safe down the office steps. Store records and papers in the Dr. James Fletcher Well Received at Banquet Dr. James C. Fletcher, University of Utah President spoke on "The Unseen University" at Friday nite's DHS Alumni Banquet at Deseret Stake Center. A large crowd of a-lumni a-lumni and their partners were pre sent for the evening. According to Dr. Fletcher the "Unseen University" is a fascinating fascin-ating story of service to the public by unsung professors who seldom get full credit or glory for their work and who must operate on the basis of personal and professional satisfaction. He then reviewed some of these "unsung heroes" of the U. of U. and their accomplishments. accomplish-ments. Reviewed were. Dr. David Dolowitz who has been primarily responsible for improving improv-ing or restoring the hearing of over a thousand Navajo children during the last six years. The children came from Utah, New Mexico and Arizona. Dr. Thomas Dougherty, who pioneered pio-neered with Dr. Dolowitz in the. use of heparin, which shows real promise pro-mise in relief of hay fever sufferers. suffer-ers. He, also, was the first scientist scien-tist to demonstrate the anti-inflam-maory effects of cortisone. Dr. Dougherty may well be among the Deseret Ward Yins 11 Beauty" Honors Deseret LDS Ward received first place honors in Class B of District 4 of the Utah Civic Beautification program sponsored by the Utah Associated Garden Dubs, Utah State University Extension Services and the Salt Lake Tribune. District 4 is comprised of Sevier, Juab, Millard, Garfield, Iron, Wash ington, Beaver, Sanpete, Piute and Wayne Counties. The beautification project has been under the direction of the bishopric, Bishop Dean Black and Counselors Phil Eliason and Henry Larson. The project included new lawn and shrubbery plantings, new sidewalks, completely painted outside out-side and the parking area at the back of the church building is be ing conditioned for blacktopping in the near future. Almost all residents of Deseret have contributed to the beautification beautifi-cation project including the Deseret Des-eret Garden Club who maintains a rose garden on the church property. pro-perty. Fillmore City took first place honors again in the Class D, Community Com-munity Beautification and cleanup clean-up and the Fillmore Teen Angels Garden Club of Millard High took first place with their school landscaping land-scaping project. The Fillmore Teen Angels was organized in the early spring. Heartiest congratulations to Deseret, Des-eret, Fillmore and the Millard Hi Teen Angels. Angus Field . Way Enjoyable Saturday was Angus Field Day at Mclntyre's Ranch near Leamington. Leam-ington. The day was successful and enjoyed by all present. Fol lowing a social hour dinner was catered by Hatch's City Cafe. Guest speakers for the event were Mr. Clair Aagard, Utah County Coun-ty Agent and Mr. Sherman D. Har-mer. Har-mer. Secretary and Editor of the popular magazine, Utah Cattleman Ladies present at the field day organized a ladies Angus Auxiliary. Auxili-ary. Ula Harris of Axtel was elected elect-ed president. Tike' D. SHeire mam office were in. complete dis-arry dis-arry according to Mr. Gerald "Bud" Huff, who discovered the burglary between 5:30 and 6:00 a.m. as he started to enter the back entrance to the store. Likewise, papers and records were scattered at the desk in the furniture department. A small amount in currency was overlooked ov-erlooked at the furniture department depart-ment desk, however. Policeman Leavitt had checked the store entrances between 3:30 and 4:00 a.m. while on his rounds and as far as he could determine at that time everything was in order. or-der. He said that he had patrolled more Tuesday night, both by foot and by car, than he had for several sev-eral nights because of a weekend theft at the site of the new high school building. It had been reported re-ported by Mr. Ray Jenson, construction con-struction foreman, that a battery and several odd tools, including a cresent wrench, funnels and others had been taken from the construction construc-tion site. According to Mr. Mills, local law enforcement officers are following two leads in the D. Stevens burglary. burg-lary. The two incidents are not connected, he opined. first in America to break through in the causes andor cures of Leukemia. Leu-kemia. Dr. Maxwell Wintroble, is considered consid-ered one of the real world authorities author-ities of actual treatment with the drugs that are now available for leukemia victims. Dr. John R. Ward for his work in behalf of arthritis victims including includ-ing plastic hand splints for nighttime night-time use of arthritic sufferers, and Dr. Ewart A. Swinyard, for his work for relief of epileptics. Others reviewed included Dr. Samuel S. Kistler for discovering (Continued on back page) FFA Dairy Team On Way to atI Contest Utah's top Future Farmers of America Dairy Judging team and its advisor are enroute to Waterloo, Water-loo, Iowa to compete Saturday in the national dairy judging contest. Team members are Von Callister, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lathel Callister, Cal-lister, Leonard Owens, USU freshman, fresh-man, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Owens and Lynn Callister, DHS junior and son of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. (Tony) Callister. Advisor is Mr. Claude Parkinson. Von and Leonard were in FAA four years at Delta High School. This is Lynn's second year. Best wishes from all go with the boys to Waterloo. COMPLETES COURSE FORT SILL, OKLA. (AHTNC) Pvt. Darryl K. Ross, son of Mr. and Mra Keith A. Ross, 291 N. Center, Delta, Utah, completed a fire direction di-rection specialist course at the Army Artillery and Missle Center, Fort Sill, Okla., Sept. 23. During the course Ross received instruction in the methods and procedures of artillery fire direction. direc-tion. He was last stationed at Fort Polk, La. The 21-year-old soldier is a 1961 graduate of Delta High School. ELDER DEAN PERKINS, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sherman Perkins, will give his mission report Sunday, Sun-day, Oct. 3, 6:30 p.m. at Delta Third Ward. Elder Perkins recently returned return-ed from a two year mission in the Eastern Atlantic States Mission Mis-sion field. Everyone is cordially invited to attend. He. is enrolled at Dixie College where he began classwork Monday.