|Paper||Millard County Chronicle|
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|Paper||Millard County Chronicle|
Millard County Chronicle Thursday, October 24, 1963 Sugarville VENICE DAVIS Mrs. Christina Clark had an; operation in the Cottonwood Hospital Hos-pital and Is now home and getting better. We wish her a speedy re-, covery. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hill came up from Calif, for the deer hunt. While on their way up here Mable Hill received word her twin sister in Chicago had died. We are sorry to hear of this and offer our sympathy to her. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mein-hardt Mein-hardt and Mr. and Mrs. Art Hill met them in Fillmore. Hazel Hill of Ely, Nev., visited Wednesday to Sunday with her good friends, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Clark. Inga Mae' Shurtz and children visited here over the weekend with her sister, June Losee and familj and Mr. and Mrs. Frelen Shurtz and families while Alden hunted for deer. Dick Jensen, Keith Shurtz, Roger Shurtz, Linda Losee, Bob Thomas, all came home during the deer hunt vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Chuck Green of Logan visited their mother, Lois Greene and took in the deer hunt with Leo and Donald Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Davis and family visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Davis and families and took in the deer hunt. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Losee and family of Salt Lake visited their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Losee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jenson and Jim visited over the weekend in Pan-gultch Pan-gultch with Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Huntington where they just recently recent-ly moved. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Curtis and family visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. June Hinckley over the weekend. OASIS RUBY SKEEM Mrs. Rose Manning and Irene Stanworth of California visited with their brother, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stanworth and Ethel A. and Ethel M. Stanworth and their families this week. Mrs. Ted Stanworth celebrated her birthday this week with many guests for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Sumsion of Spanish Fork visited with Mr. and Mrs. Ted Stanworth. Margaret and children stayed while Alan went hunting. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Pearson were home this weekend. David Stan-j Stan-j worth met the rest of the family and went hunting. I Mr. and Mrs. Rex Babbitt and children were home for the hunt. I Hazel and children visited home while the men. went hunting. At the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen iSkeem and for the hunt were Mr. i and Mrs. Garv Wpbh nnri rhllrirpn Jack and Esther Johnson and Cordell Cropper were here to go hunting with Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Hawley. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Skeem and family were home over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Carling were here with Mr. and Mrs. Fonroyj Hawley. Mr. Clark Bishop met his son Carlos and boys In Holden for the hunt. I Mark and Margo Skeem and Kenneth skeem were at the home, of Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Skeem. Also,' Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Hardy and. Mr. and Mrs. William Hardy. Mrs. Isobel Wadsworth was hap-j py to have a visit from her brother' and family, Mr. and Mrs. J. Leo Beckwith of Orderville. The Beck wlths have Just returned from a Texas mission. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Anderson and baby were weekend guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Anderson. j Steve and Coleen Rowley were: home over the weekend. ' Mr. and Mrs. Berdet Webster of Cedar visited with Mr. and Mrs. I Jtrvin bKeem on their way DacK from Salt Lake. TIIIUI) WARD AREA NEWS I Our hearts are saddened by the untimely accidental death of the son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bunker Bun-ker and our sympathy goes out to j all the family. Mrs. Zola Lambright and Mrs. Al Willden made a trip to Salt Lake to attend the welcome home ad- VE DUMB FARMERS . . . of Millard County know exactly the kind of representation we received from Brough and we know the counties of the Wasatch Front have exploited ex-ploited us. We're sure Barbara Hymes, Loralee Heinz and Geneve Cornell (Oct. 10, 1968 advertising for Mr. Brough, Millard County Chronicle) would like all the cow counties to have this same kind of representation. repre-sentation. We wish wholeheartedly that he could represent repre-sent them! When Brough voted for the Liberty Amendment Amend-ment he voted to wipe out 90 of the family farms in Millard County. Vote Homer U. Petersen (DEMOCRAT) (Paid Political Adv. by Mr. and Mrs. Neno Schena) Eta GooirQseD(Q)ir g Aid To Hold Free Hearing Ai Consultation Saturday, October 26 9:00 a.m. 9:00 p.m. KILLPACK MOTOR LODGE CENTER ST., DELTA We are pleased to announce that FRANK LEWIS Reltone trained consultant will be at our special all day hearing hear-ing aid consultation. If you have a hearing problem MR. LEWIS Invites you to come In for a free electronic hearinb test and demonstration of new Beltone Hearing Aids, No obligation. 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Mr. and Mrs. Horace Myers of Panguitch, Mr. and Mrs. Elnvi Myers and children of Salt Lake visited with Mr. and Mrs. Angus Myers. Also visiting were Mr. and Mrs. Jim Dickinsen of Elsinore. A birthday party was held In the Extended Care Center for Mr. Angus Myers. Cake was served to all the patients. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Dewsnup are back In Delta for the deer hunt. We have new neighbors In our neighborhood, Mr. and Mrs. Blaine Hall and little daughter. Mr. and Mrs. June Ivie were in frm McGill, Nevada with Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Ivle. Congratulations to Delta Third Ward MIA for their Road Show production and the winning. Mrs. Beryl Allen of Fillmore gave her mother, Mrs. Mae Taylor, a birthday dinner In Delta at Mae's home. Out-of-town guests 'neludedl Mrs. Taylor's sisters, Lilly Sorensen 1 of Loa and Bernice Chappell or Lyman and friends Renee Chappell of Lyman and Jennie Miller of Salt Lake. 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