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ZD Vl) SCAN BEFORE YOU PLAN WHO, WHAT, WHEN AND si I - if 'Ml' I v f . Courtesy of Murray Eagle and Chamber of Commerce THE DALE M. FENTON FAMILY of Granger are natives He and his wife, Thelma, . of Rupert, Idaho, and were high school hearts". Theye are parents of six children. No. 114 Know Your Neighbor Mr. and Mrs. D. S. West, 1930 E. 3900 South. MB. FABEB has been majoring in geophysics, and Mr. West Dale M. Fentons Active Boosters of Community Mr. and Mrs. Dale M. Fcnton wore among the first of the "newcomers" to move to Granger when the subdivisions started to spread out over Salt Lake County. Residing at 3197 So. 2910 W., the Kenton's have become an active part of their community. DAI.K WAS BOKN in Rupert, Idaho, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Fcnton. His parents still reside in Rupert. He graduated from the Rupert high school, and then helped his father on his farm for some time. FOLLOWING ALONG in her mother's footsteps is young Jean, who has been elected secretary of the State Christian Youth Fellowship group. Working with Rev. Warren Sechler, pastor of the Granger Church, Mr. Fenton was chairman of the board for two years, is now an Elder, and belongs to the new group of men organized recently called the Christian Men's Fellowship. Granife Orads Top Sfudenfs He had Just been employed by the Union Facific Railroad for a short time when he was Salt Lake. Two former Grancalled to serve with the U.S. ite high school students have Army Engineers in 1944. He applied for graduation at the was stationed at Ie Shima, a University of Utah sporting small island where the envoys grade-poin- t averages of better to the Phillipines landed. than 3.5. "I had always thought the The two students are: Clinton Japanese were small", he re Faber, son of Mr. and Mrs. calls. "But the ones I saw were Walter P. Faber, 3790 McCall six feet tall!" St., and David L. West, son of HKIOKK GOING into the .service, Pale had met and married his high school sweetheart, Thelma Randolph. Thelma was born in Rupert, but spent her youngest years in Winnemueca, Nev. She returned to Rupert when hc reached high school Hge. The Fentons were married in February of 1940, and. lived in Pocatcllo and Salt Cttv.'J While Dale was in the ArniM Thelma returned to Rupert to live with her grandparents, who had been her guardians for many years. "VvilKX DAI.K WAS out of the Army we lived in Poralcllo for alMHit eight years, where he was employed once again with the t'P," she explained. 11 was in 1955 that the young couple moved to Granger. They love the area, and hirve become active in the newly organized Granger Community Christian Chinch and arc busy in other activities of the community. Although presently working for VI. Mr Kenton is also studying will receive a degree in history. A 4.0 average at the University of Utah represents straight A work. Students who maintain an average of 3.5 or higher through their four years in school graduate with high honors, and are invited to join Phi Kappa Phi, a national honorary society. The Phi Kappa Phi Society honors seniors and graduate students in all fields of knowledge who are in the upper ten percent of their graduating class. Welfare Dinner Slated Saturday By Spencer Magna. Bishop J. Ronald Dixon has announced that a Spencer Ward welfare dinner will be held Saturday in the Oquirrh Stake center at 6 p.m. A donation of $10 a family or S3 a plate will be asked. The main course of the dinner will be roast beef. Everyone is asked to bring his own silverware. After the dinner, a movie will be shown. Notes Vast MST&T Nm A4vrtltr Tki ten exchanges In Utah County were given direct dialing privileges. Direct distance dialing will come to the Salt Lake Metropolitan area In June of this year, and to all the state within the next decade. Microwave systems from Salt Lake City to Provo, Idaho Falls and across the state to Southern California, were installed during the 50's. Microwave systems carry thousands of telephone calls daily and also carry the national television programs that are enjoyed by the people of Utah. Meeting customer's needs with basic telephone services, has not been an end goal of the telephone industry. To serve style conscious people, deluxe telephone instruments and services have been devel oped for the home, such as the color telephones and the Prin- Feb. 25 Thursday, 5 p.m., City Council Meeting City Municipal Building Feb. 23 Thursday, 7 p.m., Jaycees Feb. 23 Thursday, 8 p.m., Eagles (F.O.E.) 4942 So, State Feb 27 Monday, 12 noon, Rotary Club, Harman's Cafe Feb. 27 Monday, 5 p.m., City Council Meeting, City Municipal Building Feb. 28 Tuesday, 7 p.m., Kiwanis March 1 Wednesday, 8 p.m., Murray lire Department, Murray Fire Hall March 2 Iliursday, 1 p.m., Murray Women's Club, City Municipal Building March 2 Thursday, 5 p.m., City Council Meeting, City Municipal Building March 2 Thursday, 7:15 p.m., Murray Lions Club March 2 Thursday, 8 p.m., Murray Civic Guild City Municipal Building March 2 Thursday, Murray Business & Professional Women's Club March 2 Thursday, 8 p.m., Eagles (F.O.E.) 4912 So. State I tat Thursday, February 23, 1961 IN MURRAY WHERE (Utah) EAGLE THE MURRAY ation. WK IIOI'K into something refriger- useful", they say. "It swms you just have to have a trade these days!" Mrs. Kenton gets a twinkle in her eyes when she says "I just like to have my fingers in g!" She likes to rvcrylhln crochet, embroider, sew, and play the piano, along with her many other Hettvitles. Reing the mother of six youngsters diKvn't seem to slow her down n bit. as she has many data-phon- Expansion In 10 Years The telephone company spent nearly 104 million dollars for new construction in Utah, during the past ten years. This amounts to 40 thousand dollars for every working day. TODAY UTAH has as many telephones in service as there were connected in Utah, Idaho, Wyoming, Colorado and Arizona in 1933. In order to sustain this rapid growth, thousands of miles of wire have been installed, 59 new buildings have beer, constructed with an additional five major building additions. Ten years ago, there were only 123,400 telephones equipped for dialing. Today there are 330,900 dial telephones in service. Local calling areas have been expanded in several exchanges in the state. Many suburban-areas- , formerly served on 8 and 10 party rural lines, have become urban and are now receiving individual and two family line service. DIRECT DISTANCE dialing was introduced to Utah in J.ogan in 1959 and last year, Murray. Telephone Company employees in Utah must have been wearing seven league boots during the past ten years, judging from the tremendous expansion the company has made in the last decade. At the end of 1950, there were many unfilled orders for telephone service which had piled up following World War II. On top of that, the demands for new service kept coming by leaps and bounds as the new decade began. Today, however, there are no unfilled requests for telephone service in the en- tire state. IN THE PAST ten years, the telephone company has more than met the challenge of Utah's growing population. The population has increased 29.3 per cent while the number of connected telephones has jumped 80.8 per cent. The local telephone calling rate has risen from 1.273,000 calls per day in 1950 to well over two million daily in 1900. Long distance messages have doubled during the same period. Hi your on the best Kentucky bourbon Waierfill-Frazie- BESTWAY LEADS THE WAY WITH SUPERIOR a What is It's auto-indol- virm Fvooi TIU. -- CtlllNG TIU DOOI - SQUARE FEET & MOUNTAIN STATES PLANTS COMES A ?-H- SHfll HOME THAT GIVES YOU THE BENEFITS OF PRE- a home completely Th con-str- ut moWi CVt" m44 totnnt msttrteh end lobot liyluim window, wifttfe will v4 pt Ml 500.00- 54,982.77 rtd tiM'liHb-t- l In 0 1,260.00 rti- - hmtn. - k k k -- Ar Ihe - !iith f!atiit al and aurrr ffhr aetving a the tiotdifig afrtary-fotha Ftata IVaH f tha Chtliisii Woman' Ffllomahip la la tio-A- ali lor Utah, it-e- 170 j i West 4800 art if Pn-tu- t IHlRt'S floor system - i Roof trusses Im fffflff II J. 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Who jt irfltrtOOMOttOUAlAUA One rin n small pickup truck with fresh paint, glue, and all nccctiutrir lying u the table In their home TIIK ir.NTONS have n luge family of young adults. nnd a new addition over which; liny nil beam. He in tmv thrrt'-montold Randy. Need-- ' lewt Irt MV, he Is the center of attraction at their home Their oldest daughter. Ruth. is now untitled to ISob Kox, and they live in Magna She was, ma i tie.) In R'.V.i. the dav after b r graduation fioiu Gmngrr' high im hool Next in line Is daughter. Jean She la aim) a graduate (rom Granger high. I!it. and I to help tj. Nothing piut-tini- r tifliM-her Unintng at llenageta iJumnrn College , HHIM II A junior nt Gtanjcrt high, and i mmr known as "Hot ky". She i a tnrndxT of I be Kiitmr lloturmaketa of Amrilca. and Is I'trsrntly hrlping with the Jitittot I'tmiii al the a hoot Ktank -- the rulcl rn!huiat ln in the fifth grade at Whit- tir? hmd, a'Hl IM happy nvrl the fat that he la ivm-- a Hoy Fniit He la ritiplovcxl as a tattici for lw Newa'Advf itisrr t In half of the tax IN THf PACKAGf. It was he that Intlixlm til her son, Kr.'iuk. to lit present InteicMmg hobby . . . model planes and tion. The other bill, or $439, A BASEMENT FAMILY ROOM PACKAGE "5s64 T this will work mental services received becomes even greater in cases where a family has more than one child in the public schools. The cost of state and local governmental services increases to $1,291 for a family with two children in the public schools, $1,634 for a family with three children, and $1,977 for a family with four children in the public schools. THE STATE and local tax bill paid by the family is in addition to $1,500 in Federal taxes $803 in direct tax and $697 in hidden taxes paid as part of the purchase price of everything they buy. The study concludes that taxpayer resistance has been progressively modified during recent years because of the following three separate trends which have camouflaged the impact of the growing tax load. 1. An increasing part of the tax burden has been shifted to "business," a device which disguises the severity of the tax (Tax, Page '7B, Col. 4) Salt Lake. The typical famUtah city pays $462 in direct state and local taxes and receives approximately $901 in state and local services, according to a study just completed by Utah Foundation, a private tax research organizaily in a the Foundation observes, is paid for by the taxes levied upon business and industry, which must become part of the prices charged for goods and services or a reduction of income to the owners and employees. PUBLIC SCHOOL costs are equal to $297 per family, state costs $281 per government family, city costs equal $222 per family, county costs equal $78 per family, and other local costs equal $23 per family, the cess. report continues. Computations SOOX A NEW HOME Inter- are for an average family livphone will be introduced. This ing in Salt Lake City. Foundation new service will make it posanalysts note sible for a wife to answer her that the difference between difront door from any room in rect taxes paid and govern the house, or she may talk with anyone anywhere in the house by just pushing a button. Communication service t o business customers has also taken a seven league stride. e The that makes it possible to have machines talk with machines, the call director, automatic answering devices and TELPAK communication lines are but a few of the many developments that have been born during the past ten years. THE PUBLIC CA. expect continued developments during the next ten years, W. L. Twelves, Murray manager said. New telephone instruments to provide better and more convenient service will be introduced. "Touch-ton- e weather-ey- e signaling" with Keep buttons may replace the present method of dialing. Two buy! telephone lines in each home could well become the accepted AIM Available BOTTLKO IN BONO standard. There may even be a line for each member of the family in some homes. LOCAL CALLING areas p, throughout the state will con tinue to be extended to serve FINE KENTUCKY BOURBON FOR OVER 150 YEARS the broadening interests of S woof ...nsnua m nma r ttrum ut nua hsuuut owrunr, imkknb, iuhqb Col. (Expansion, Page 7IJ, 4) Bestway Shows The Way To Build Your Home And Save During These Times Of High Building Costs ! and Typical Family Pays $462 Tax Bill For 901 lit Services, Study Shows u. i 6-44- 39 '