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Happiness is ! . a M II I r ' an F mntrin rvfir Hiiv DW Extra Happiness is a Vestinghouse SERVICE j- rr;n Electric Dryer from Delta Electric Fve Drying Temperatures Permanent Press Automatic Dry HOW $199.95 Dryer Prices Start At 129.95 Matching 550 -JCQ (VT Washer IdlJd DELTA ELECTRIC CO. 345 West Main Phone: 864-2951 WE SERVICE WHAT WE SELL ! Millard County Chronicle Thursday, November 2, 1967 Mtuvvul Troth . . Mr. md Mrs. Milan W. Jueob.son f Onk City announce the engagement engage-ment of thoir (laughter, Claudia May, to Mr. Jacob K. Romero, Jr. Mr. Romero is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Jacob K. Romero of Toa.s New Mexico. The bride-elect Is a graduate of Delta Hifeh School nnd has graduated gradu-ated from Dixie College and College Coll-ege of Southern Utah and Is now teaching in Murray. Mr. Komero Is employed and attending at-tending engineering nnd drafting school. Wedding plans will be announced announc-ed later. AMERICAN PROBLEMS' VISITOR: Mr. Eliason's American Problems class was pleased to welcome Coun ty Attorney Eldon Eliason on Tues day. Mr. Eliuson explained the State and Federal Court System to the students. Mr. Lincoln Eliason is bringing various people into our school system so that students may gain their knowledge first hand. Team at End of Season Proves to Be Outstanding On October 27 Delta played its last gnnie of football for the season. sea-son. The Rabbits beat Juab with a score of 35-6 in a block busting examination of competitive ability. This game being the last one in which they would represent Delta, the seniors went ail out in a display dis-play of aceompolishment. The junior jun-ior and sophomore players were not about to let the seniors down; so they backed them up with the oncoming on-coming force of a mighty team. Their 19G7 experience should prove helpful in making next year's team of this year's juniors and sophomores n strong one. D.H.S. MoDel STAFF Dixie Merrell Editor Karen Eliason Teens Mary Lou Nickle Susan Jensen General News Dana Waddingham Lyle Walker Sports Ruth Anna Morris Typist eeni ajj the Week . . . Christmas cards and wrapping are here. If you haven't ordered yours yet, contact an FIIA member of Mrs. Pat Johnson. Gland b R & M Living Wigs and Wiglets Sales & Service Southwestern Utah Cut and styled for you to try . . . before you buy. acting ability. 1 He sticks to a job with much determination until it is completed. Consequently, his efforts have been 1 appreciated while he has served on i a number of committees. I RoiJ plans to attend Dixie Coll- ' ege after high school graduation , where he will major in Forestry and I minor in Drama. RUTH BERGREEN STYLIST-MANAGER 214 SOUTH FIRST WEST DELTA, UTAH PHONE: 864-5936 REID LUDWIG This week's tall, good-looking teen is the son of Martin 0. and Alta Ludwig of Delta. Reid is a serious thinker and more on the quiet sida, although his many friends enjoy his good sense of humor. Water skiing and all sports are included in his hobbies, hob-bies, and he enjoys drama. His classes this year are Mixed Chorus. English, Physical Education, Educa-tion, American Problems, Seminary, Psycology, and U.S. History. English and Mixed Chorus are considered his f vorites. This teen is very talented. In the Delta High School production of "The Miricle Worker" he played the part of "James Keller". He por trayed the role of "Pawnee Bill" in the Delta High musical, "Annie Get Your Gun." In both of these productions, pro-ductions, Reid displayed his fine LOUISE CHURCH Pep, sweetness, and good-humor, well describe this short dark-haired j daughter of Wallace Church of Delta. Because of her liveliness and mus ical abilities she has been chosen! I as Commandant of the Pep Club, I which is a big job that requires a lot of time and hard work. 'Although sometimes quiet, she is a friendly individual who is especially es-pecially easy to get along with. Her many friends really enjoy her good humor and optimistic outlook on life. Louise's poise is shown in that she was elected as one of the ten finalists for Homecoming and also as the Senior Class Harvest Ball Queen. - In her spare time Louise likes to sew, one of her many talents which brings out her originality. Of her classes this year, English and Office Practice are her favorites. favor-ites. After high school she plans to study Business and Family Living at Logan. Louise can be sure to excel in these fields, especially since she already gives a great deal of willing will-ing help at home, which her new mom so much appreciates. PEP CLUB: The Pep Club has been invited to march in Dixie College's Homecoming, Homecom-ing, November 11 1967. They plan to attend. CANDIDAT ES for PROGRESS ill m ls?a :';r "s s(5l.i aiS , , ." is AGE 46 LIFELONG RESIDENT AND HOMEOWNER IN DELTA ENGAGED IN BUSINESS HERE FOR 23 YEARS MEMBER OF KIWANIS CLUB PLAYED LEADING PART IN BUILDING THE TRANSLATOR STATION TO BRING TV TO DELTA SERVED IN U.S. MARINE CORPS DURING WORLD WAR II TWO YEARS CHAIRMAN OF DELTA CITY BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT APPOINTED AP-POINTED TO RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE BY THE DELTA CITY COUNCIL. I'd i -N, -"x I . 1 tr r 1 AGE 49 HAS BUILT A SOUND AGRICULTURAL AVIATION BUSINESS MANAGER OF DELTA AIRPORT SINCE 1946 SERVED IN NAVAL AIR FORCE TWO AND ONE-HALF YEARS BEST QUALIFIED CANDIDATE ON AIRPORT DEVELOPMENT NEEDS MEMBER OF RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE BY APPOINTMENT OF DELTA CITY COUNCIL PRESIDENTELECT PRESIDENT-ELECT OF KIWANIS CLUB. We Stand for . . . PROGRESS in Civic Affairs Industrial Development -City Beautification Harmony in the City Council Vote Straight PROGRESS PUT YOUR CROSS (X) IN THE PROGRESS PARTY CIRCLE Si K S. IFffffltak Eiakei? AGE 31 LIFELONG RESIDENT OF DELTA HOMEOWNER AND TAXPAYER GRADUATE OF COLLEGE OF SOUTHERN UTAH MEMBER DELTA-WEST MILLARD KIWANIS CLUB HAS SERVED ON JUNIOR LIVESTOCK SHOW COMMITTEE FOR MANY YEARS SPONSOR OF LITTLE LEAGUE FOOTBALL CHAMPION OF ALL ASPECTS OF CIVIC PROGRESS. PROGRESS o For Councilman (4 Year Term) C. FRANK BAKER WM. H. BISHOP LEO R. BURRASTON Q (Paid Political Ad by Hatch Farnsworth) From the Halls of D.H.S.- mil Principal Fowles Friday, October 27, 1967, marked the ninth annual Homecoming Day at Delta High School. The day began be-gan with an assembly held in the auditorium at 10:00 a.m. and ended with a dance that evening in the gymnasium. The co-chairmen who organized this outstanding day, under the direction of the Student Council were Patrice Bishop and Bob Thomas. Tho-mas. Many hours were devoted to its planning. Mason Finlinson was in charge of the assembly which entertained the student body and guests with a combination of student and alumni talent. Judith Galli organized the parade which included twenty-one entries. The quality of the floats was outstanding. out-standing. Even though homework was temporally tem-porally halted, a great deal of grow th in creativity, leadership, cooper ation, and participation was experienced experi-enced as hundreds of our students were involved in planning and building buil-ding floats, practicing for the other activities. The Spirit of the "D" was truly displayed and we sincerely thank students and our fine school boosters boos-ters who were involved in any way that added to the success of our Homecoming. DHS Hews Items VETERAN'S DAY PROGRAM: ". . . and should they have died in vain," is the theme for Veteran's Day activities. "Special guests for the Veteran's Day program will be a Vietnamese girl, a veteran of the war, and an ROTC drill group from the BYU," Mr. Ben Robison, chairman of the Day's activities, announced. Working Work-ing with him are Vicki Barney, Mason Ma-son Finlinson, assembly managers for the two studentbodies; Mrs. Turner, Mr. Eliason, and Mr. Parkinson, Par-kinson, the other social studies teachers. Any servicemen home on furlough November 10 are invited to contact the school and be guests in the classes that day. A writing contest in the junior and senior high and an oratorical contest in the senior high are other activities connected with the occasion. oc-casion. Art students will compete with posters, displays, drawings, or other types of expression. Their work will be exhibited in the halls. The winners will be featured on the assemblies to be held at 1:30 and 2:30. Also to be honored will be a veteran for each war with Golden Cluff representing World War I. The public is invited to attend either program. There is always extra seating at the assemblies, since the auditorum seats 507 and neither studentbody exceeds 335. HONORARY MEMBER: In honor of his outstanding support sup-port and service to our teams, the Lettermen's Club chose to present to Mr. Hatch Farnsworth a Delta letterman's Jacket. Coach Jim Porter Por-ter made the presentation on the Homecoming assembly. Mr. Farnsworth Farns-worth well deserved this award, for he has been an enthusiastic support er of all our teams. He has very generously served delicious meals to our boys after hard-fought games and wrestling matches and has sold many season tickets for games each year. Also, Mr. Farnsworth Farns-worth has sponsored several of our boys so that they could attend Boys State. All DHS appreciates Mr. Farns-worth's Farns-worth's loyalty and generosity, and commends the Lettermen's gesture. NEW CLUBS BOOMING: The Girls Athletic Association (GAA) has elected its officers for 1967-68: Carolyn Nickle, President; Edith Ann Warnick, Vice President; Becky Curtis, Secretary; Darlene Overson and Pam McCall Managers. The club plans to participate in sports; such as, basketball, volleyball, volley-ball, gymnastics, softball. and field I and track. The Junior and Senior high girls will divide into teams to compete against each other in intra mural sports. Then the winning team from a round robin will travel I to other schools to bring, they hope luriner victories 10 Delta.