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Hinckley - - - ELAINE HARDY Two groups of Cub Scouts led by Mrs. Carol Bishop mul Mrs. Carolyn Caro-lyn Stevens, recently went on a lour of the fire stnlion in Delta. They were taken on a ride on the fire engine, which provided a thrill for the boys. The Relief Society Opening Social was a very fun and interesting mor ning for the fifty-two ladies of the ward who attended. The gay theme CARNIVAL OK JOY was carried out. Bright decorations of the carnival idea with balloons carnival booths, etc, made it realistic and Jots of fun. One feature of the program was when the ladies drew slips of paper from nn old butter churn offering of-fering prizes such as "free lessons at Relief Sciely", free lunch at Relief Re-lief Society on work day," "free baby-sitting for children for two hours each week (luring Relief Soc iety." This provided many laughs. Refreshments, carnival flavor, were served, hot dogs, hamburgers, inc cream cones, .punch and popcorn balls. A program and resume of coming year's lessons were given by class leaders. Stake Pres. Ethel Stanworth attended. i Mrs. Ciara Stewart entertained the Literary Club at her home this week. Mrs. Belva Morris gave a j review o fthe bok, "Not As A stran : ger,"' by Martin Thompson. Fifteen! memebers and guest, Mrs. Bertha ' Barton, of Midvale attended. Mrs. Mary Ellen Evans and little girl, Amy, visited with her parents the Hon Croppers and other relatives rela-tives over the weekend. A personal bridal shower was held at Thora Petersen's home Snt( urday evening for Miss Jane Talbot, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lee Talj hot, who is to be married in the near future. Thora and M rie Tal- hot were hostesses. About twenty , friends of the bride-to-be came 'o, wish her happiness and presented I her with a lot of nice personal gifts. A bride's book was presented to her, after those who were in atten dance helped make it. Refresh-j ments were served. , Mrs. Mavis Hardy attended UEA! meetings in Salt Lake the prist i weekend. ! Kdith Dennison reports that they received a telephone call from j their daughter, Vilale, who is on a, mission in Canada. She says she !s veil and would like to tell all her friends hello. She enjoys her work immensely. j Karolyn and Waldo Warnick, Jr., and two children, Alan and Sandra, I of Roy, visited this weekend wi 'i relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Morris and baby girl visited at the Harold Mor-j ris home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Peterson accompanied them Mrs. Thora Petersen recently re 1 If lochs bicdd shczsEdorod. And il Hastes Idond chowldorod. M -Jltfttw.YiY.-.-i iiIiIIIMW1" V Ih Hll onfl M4l O'ititlery Co , lowttvtil, Ky ,K.Mvcky turned home from Las Vegas where she had been staying with her daughter, dau-ghter, Karen Henrickson and family. fam-ily. She had been helping out with the family since the arrival of a new baby girl. College students home this week, were: Kenny and Deon Talbot, El-don El-don Ekins, Donald Petersen, Don Bishop, liollie Manis, Geniel Webb, and Alan CJalli. r.essi and VVillard Hardy of Span ish Fork have been at the home of their son, Howard and Mavis for a few days to visit with friends and relatives. Fred and Margie Works left last Friday to return to Maryland after visiting their families. Marge and Sherlene Judd and Margie Works drove to Provo one day last week. They visited with I.yle and Clifton Whetten and fam ily at Orem. and Elva and David Stevens and family at Pleasant drove. Mrs. Arvilla Workman went to Provo Thursday. She was accompanied accom-panied by her niece, Joyce Jeffery, of Delta. They returned Friday. Mrs. Lawanna Davis and family visited with her parents, the Karl Workmans Sunday. Betty and Eugene Morris went to Salt Lake Wednesday where Eugene Eu-gene attended school meetings. Mr. Devon Dennison, son of the Ted Dennisons, was introduced as a new member of the Cedar City Youth Council at their recent meet ing. His responsibilities include heading the Youth Employment pro gram there. Devon is a recent gra duate of Weber State College and previous to graduation had spent three years working at the State Industrial School. He has been employed em-ployed by the Utah State Employ nient Security Office in Cedar. lie resides in Cedar with his wife Ra-Nae Ra-Nae and one month old son. VI Robinson had her brother and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Chat-terly Chat-terly of Cedar here to visit with her. Visitors at the Don Morris home this weekend were: Cherie's parents Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bishop of Sandy; San-dy; her sister and husband, Janice and Kelly Eaves and baby; and her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Works of St. George. Mrs. Belva Morris entertained a group of ladies t her home Thurs day at dinner to help celebrate her birthday. Present were her sisters, Mrs. Ruth Talbot, Mrs. Grayce Pace, Mrs. LaVerne Allred, Mrs. Ines Dam ron, Mrs. Bertha Barton; also Mrs. I.iilian Moody of Salt Lake and Mrs. Erma Cropper. Donna Warnick of Las Vegas visit ed at the Waldo Warnick home last weekend and returned to her teaching duties Sunday. Enid Darnron was home from school at Cedar on the weekend. Bowrboo WVh.Uey.VVPfW Carl Hardy and Robert Webb were In Fillmore on business. Bertha and George Barton spent several days as guests of the Cluff Talbots. George and Cluff went out to the west hills while they were here. Mel Wright went to Hurricane Sunday. Dorene Dennison and Kerry Ellis her nephew, of Salt Lake spent a few days with the Ted Dennisons. Sharilyn Hardy went to Salt Lake Wednesday by train where she visit ed Sharon and family until Sunday Teresa came back with her to stay for awhile. Dawn Finlinson, daughter of the Raymond Finlinsons, visited with her grandmothes, Mrs. Alice Bliss this weekend. Dawn, a BYU student came down with Eldon Ekins. Beth and Carlos Anderson and Ken and Nina Mecham visited In Las Vegas this past week with Ken and Beth's brother and his wife, LaMar and Dolores Mecham, who are celebrating their golden wedding wed-ding anniversary. Paula and Cr lc Hardy of Salt Lake visited with their parents in Hinckley and Delta last weekend. Dick Mecham dn ve to Provo Fri day on business. Mrs.. Lumenla Galli Duane Gain's Gai-n's mother, and Alt-- Doutre, Du-ane's Du-ane's uncle, who moved to Hinckley Hinck-ley from Garrison, are getting settled sett-led in their trailer home which is located on Duane's lot, just south of his house. They have put in some cement walks, which look real nice. Beverly Skecm went to Idaho Wednesday to visit her mother. They all returned to Hinckley for a few days, then Elva went back to resume her teaching there. Hon and Erma Cropper and Mrs. Kathy Cropper made a trip to Provo one day last week. The Scouts under the leadership of Scoutmaster Doug Spencer went to Beaver Thursday morning for a few day's trip. At the home of Golda Talbot Sun day to help celebrate her birthday were: Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hun- saker and family of Grantsville; Mr. and Mrs. James Payne and fam ily of Sandy; Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bishop and family; Mr. and Mrs. Loren Jackson and Curt; Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Halsey of Milford; Mr. and Mrs. Randle Swensen; Mr. and Mrs. Lee Taibot; and Mr. .and Mrs. Edwin Skeem. Golda's daughter, Ila Little of Delta, Colo., said Hap py Birthday on the phone. Mrs. Beryl Hardy and daughters, Diane and Kris Cropper, went to Salt Lake Thursday to visit Judd and family. Judd's son, Russell, had just had his tonsils out and made an excellent recovery. Mike Theobald, BYU student, was home over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Theobald Theo-bald and to attend conference. POSTER PAPER Poster paper at the Chronicle, in white and a wide variety ol colors, now sells for 20c a sheet. This is no run-of-the-mill Bourbon. It's Bourbon with a richer, more robust taste. More of the taste that Bourbon was meant to have. It's Bourbon aged till the years have rounded out the taste and worn away the edges. It's Bourbon as smooth as a man could ask for. With all the taste of old-time whiskey, yet easy and mellow going down. If you know enough to know good Bourbon, this is one worth trying. mil c Preferred .eamiHGion J Mr. pnd Mrs. Welby Finlinson have returned from the Hawaiian Islands where they spent about two weeks of pure enjoyment and pleasure. Mr. Frank Jones visited with sister, sis-ter, Rosabelle and Walker Finlinson and Scott. Mrs. Joy Nielson and Brenda spent two days In Salt Lake visit-1 ing in Salt Lake with her brother, Elman and wife and also Mr. and Mrs. George (Raye) Troovato and family. I Mrs. Norma Nielson is going to. Logan to school this year. Francell Nielson is still in the Ne-phi Ne-phi hospital and probably will be for a fnnnl nf uppks vpt hut Is looking and feeling much better, j Mrs. Erva Bradfield attended, the funeral services for her uncle, Lige Salsbury in Nephi last Tues-j nay. tie aiea saiuraay in tne ivepm hospital. Many folks attended conference in Delta Sunday, and was a very inspiring meeting so I hear. We went to Orem Sunday for the blessine and namlntr of our new little granddaughter. She was na- j med Stephanie. There werj twenty one of us. Bob's grandparents and mother and dad, aunt and uncle and friends. Bud and Nan Nielson Its youf electric service! The value of your electric service keeps climbing up and up all the time. Yet the average unit price goes down as you add more electric appliances to your comfort and ways of good living. Today the average price our residential and farm customers pay for a kilowatt-hour kilowatt-hour of electricity is nearly 25 less than it was 10 years ago. . . WANDA NIELSON and children, Pa, I, Gayl and Wade. We all enjoyed a very delicious dinner of baked ham, chilcken, all kinds of salad and pie etc. The guest of honor had to get along on a bottle of milk. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Nielson went to Milford Sunday for a veteran's meeting. Ruth Nielson spent Monday In Provo on business. Stanley Bradfield and boys La Veil andd Eddie and son-in-law Ralph Anderton, were down Saturday and Sunday taking some things back to Murray. Inez and baby came home with us Sunday evening. Then Bob and friend came down Monday and got his horse to take to Heber City so he can hunt deer In Heber. Inez rode back with Gayl and Marsha Monday night. Gayle Nielson and Marsha Han sen spent last Wenesday evening in Logan with their roommate, Linda Lin-da Miller. Millie Lovell Is staying with her daughter, Margaret, Bud and family fam-ily for awhile. Millie Is having trouble trou-ble with her leg again. Hope it gets better soon. SHOP AT HOME SHOP WITH THE ADVERTISERS Electricity is plentiful . . . and cheap . . j in the area served by Utah Power Millard County Chronicle lllt WIAM MRS. AFTON FULLMER First I would like to thank my good neighbors for calling In their news. I never did like to phone and inquire. Mrs. Phyllis Johnson went down to Flowell last Tuesday to visit her parents, the Melvln Robinsons and other relatives. Thursday, the Robinsons and Phy liis's aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Loomis of the state of Washington and their son, Harold, who is on furlough from the Navy visited the Garland Johnsons. Jill Johnson writes her folks from school in Cedar that she has two former Delta girls as roommates, Merna Clements and a Miss Buckley. Buck-ley. Their fathers are both highway patrol men In Panguitch, Othello Buckley and Ken Clements. Karl and Eleanor Murray took their granddaughter, Kim Fowles, to Salt Lake to see some shows and see the town Thursday and Fri day. I bet Karl and Eleanor had more fun than Kim. Darrel and Karen Fowles wentJ fishing to Fish Lake Saturday. Lst Sunday Clark and Reva Bliss drove to Payson to spend Stanley and Ruth's 29th wedding anniver-sary.They anniver-sary.They went into the canyon but found the autumn leaves fading and leaving the trees. We caught "What'S climbing ill value yetjalling in price? Thursday, October 12, 1967 them just light the week before. Mrs. Elaine Bliss of Eureka brot Shirley Schena's sister-in-law to visit with Reva Bliss Thursday. Elaine likes to live in Eureka and is working as sec. of the YMMIA. George Is close to his work which makes things much better. We enjoyed a nice evening and a delicious birthday dinner with Ed and Margaret Taylor on Oct. 2nd. Ed is 78, I believe, and the oldest in our town. He and his sister, Maud Westover are the only ones left of the Taylor family now. Faye Tennant and daughter, Jill, of Tooele and Sandra Fullmer and little Tracy Jean of Grantsville spent Thursday with us. It was Jill's 10th birthday on the 5th. "Many more happy birthdays, Jill". Our sincere sympathy to Mrs. Ora Gardner and her family at the tragic tra-gic death of Fenton Gardner last week by a train accident. How very uncertain life is. Miss Emily Young and Patricia Fullmer went with the chorus group to the Valley Music Hall to see "Oklahoma" Oct. 4th. They found Salt Lake rather windy and rainy but enjoyed it anyway, Erma Petersen and Rae Petersen are both home now. Erma had been in Layton caring for son, Arnold's, family while Elaine was in the hos pital with a new baby girl. 7,500 Read It In The CHRONICLE & Light Co.