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J t 4 LAUBA BRADFIELD Mr. and Mrs. Junior Allen from California, and Mr. and Mrs. Jim Smith from Salt Lake City, visited at the Bill Simpson home last week Both the Smith's and the Allen's were former residents of Lynndyl. Mrs. Margie Gieathouse left last Wednesday, for South Dakota, where she will visit her daughter, Collene. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Elliot of Mil-ford Mil-ford were overnight guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clead Niel-son, Niel-son, last week. Mr. and Mrs. Grant Ord, from Manhattan Beach, California, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morris from Nephi, and Mrs. Hattie Anderson, from Leamington, were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Over-son Over-son last week. Section foreman, Curt Johnson, and Aralda Jones spent last Friday Fri-day in Salt Lake City, attending a railroad meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Wilkins went to Richfield over the weekend, to see their new grandson and family, fam-ily, Mr. and Mrs. Junior Baird and the other children. Mr. and Mrs. LaWrence Brad-field Brad-field visited in Hinckley, Friday, with Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Carpenter Carpen-ter and Dorothy Larson. Nephi and Janet Overson Sch-wabb Sch-wabb of Ely, Nevada, came to Delta Del-ta Friday evening, to the homecoming home-coming banquet and dance. They stayed overnight with Janet's parents, par-ents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Overson, and went on to Salt Lake City, Saturday, Sat-urday, for a dental appointment. At the Reed Nielson home, over the weekend, were his sons, Biain and Dee and their families, from Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Nielson made a trip to Blanding, over the weekend and brought back their foster daughter, Louise Johnson. We are happy to see Louise back in town. There has been a lot of sickness in our small community, and still is, Ricky and Vickie Nielson, twin son and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Allen Nielson have both been very ill. Ricky was hospitalized in the Nephi Hospital from Thursday un-t:l un-t:l Saturday, with a throat infection. infec-tion. David Dutson, 10 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dutson, had his appendix removed Thursday in the Nephi Hospital. He got along si well he was able to come home Saturday. Mr. Irving Nielson, who has been hospitalized and under the doctor's care in Salt Lake City, for the past 3 months, was able to come home Frday. We are all glad to hear he is home. Hope his condition continues1 con-tinues1 to Improve. '; ' 1 - Mr. find Mrs. Louis Overson went to Salt Lake City, Saturday morning. morn-ing. Louis is ill and had to see the doctor. He is home now, just waiting wait-ing for arrangements to be made for surgery. . . Darlene -OvorsorV daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Curt Overson, had a tonsilectomy at the West Millard Hospital, Saturday. She came home Monday night from the hospital. All our young people are off to college:' Janet Nielson is going to the BYU in Provo; Jane, Kay and Ann Nelson and John Greathouse are at Logan; Barry Nielson is in Cedar City; Wanda Nielson is in Ephraim, and Craig Greathouse is in St. George. We certainly miss all these fine young people, but are glad to see them continue their education. Mrs. Evangeltine Rassmusen and son Drew, and Mrs. Hilda Graw of Fillmore, visited with Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Dutson and family, Sunday. Jenean Dutson went to Fillmore with her grandparents for a vacation. vaca-tion. Eddie Dutson took the Boy Scouts out in the hills Saturday morning to cook their breakfast. The Relief Society had their Spring Social. Monday night They also honored . Lucile Overson. Lucille Lu-cille has been secretary for eleven years, and has done a very good job. She was released from this position po-sition Sunday, and Mrs. Mina Over-son Over-son was put 'in in her place. A large crowd attended. Games were played and refreshments served. Nola Greathouse went to Salt Lake City today, to attend General Conference. t Mary Johnson went to Salt Lake City to visit her daughter, Connie and family. Monday, LaWrence and I went to Scipio to visit relatives. It had been many years since we had gone over the Leamington Pass nad, therefore, we decided to go that way. The road is fairly good, and the- mountains are beautiful. The autumn leaves of red and gold are so pretty this time of year. As we drove past the old Susey place we thought of the many times Mr. Susey would come running out of his place when he heard a car coming, and stop them, just to talk. He loved to talk to people. He also helped many people out if they had car trouble or got stuck in the mud. Then as we drove farther far-ther on we thought of Lowell Hanson, Han-son, and the many years he spent up there dryland farming. Now, there is no big grain patches, just pasture land, spotted here and there with small herds of black cattle. Mills still looked the same, the Section houses are still there, and several families of Williams' still live there; and McPhearsons, and the Japanese family. Many people used to go to Mills every Saturday night for dances, but that is all in the past. It was a wonderful wond-erful day to just reminisce. At Scipio Sci-pio we visited with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Bradfield, Mrs. and Mrs. Earl Bradfield, Mrs. Verna Lemon, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Quarn-berg. Let your college student read about friends and neighbors in the pages of the Chronicle. Order today. PHOTOGRAPHERS HELD TRIP SUCCESSFUL The Saturday field trip to the sand hills north of Lynndyl by members of the Salt Lake Photochrome Photo-chrome Club was very successful and fun-filled, according to Mrs. Wanda Beckwith, a new member in the photography club. The busload of photographers fsached the sand hills around 11:00 ' a.m. loaded with camera equip-, Millard County Chronicle Thursday, September 30, 1965 ment and enough food for two meals. The day was spent in photographing pho-tographing the beautiful scenery of sand and high flying clouds. Accompanying Ac-companying the photographers were three models, two girls costumed cos-tumed in Mexican styles and one man, costumed as an old prospector. USAIR FORCE THE AEROSPACE TEAM 3 your IocmI Air Font ffecwftar A New Policyholder Every 22 Second My company State ?am Mutual injure eare at this amarinf rata beoauee it offer the moat modera protection arailable, pro idea hometown aerviee wherever yon driva and pi wee important operating aarirfi on to ita policy bolder. Sea if you can Join the company that inearaa mora can than any other. Call toon. Kennard Riding AGENT tarn ANNOUNCING THE 166s mOMFOED! 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