Indians Set For Malad Grid Invasion Friday Preston High's strong football team anxiously awaiting this week the coming game with the Malad high school Dragons on the local field Friday at 2:30 p. m. The game is a traditional battle between the two schools and they always come up with a first class ball game. Two years ago Malad invaded the Preston stronghold and went home with a hard-fought 6 to 0 triumph. Last year Preston evened the count as they traveled to Malad and brought home an equally hard fought 7-G victory. This year with one victory each and both teams especially strong, anything can happen. Leading Preston's aggregation will be Captain Marcel Chatterton and Glen Oliverson, both returning regulars from last year's squad Bulwark of the Malad team will be Bob Stratton, returning hard hitting fullback. Oliverson was injured in the third play of the game against Logan Lo-gan in Preston s first game and against Burley he did not play at all. In the Boxelder game he played play-ed a little and although he showed flashes of his old form he noticeably notice-ably favored his injured knee and as a result it slowed up Preston's offense on numerous occasions. With the leg better Oliverson should show up well in the Preston Pres-ton attack and should speed it up materially. Preston's likely starting lineup for the affair will be Ralph Berg-quist, Berg-quist, 'center; John Smith and eith. er Allen 'Stephenson or Dean Palmer, Pal-mer, guards; Therold Nielsen and Blaine Taylor, tackles; Bill Kerr and Duane Hobbs, ends; Glen Oliverson, Oli-verson, quarterback; Marcel Chatterton, Chat-terton, fullback; and Blaine Lem-mon Lem-mon and George Johnson, halfbacks. half-backs. . . o o WINDER I : W'NDER Mr. and Mrs. John Millington have returned to the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Bennett Ben-nett after spending the summer m Sublet, Idaho. A family dinner was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Millington Mil-lington Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. G A Bennett Those present were Mr and Mrs. George Bennett, Mr. Mr and Mrs Marion Winn, Mr. and Mrs Arthur Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Wells, ZeHla and Lloy Bennett Ben-nett and the guest of honor. Mr. and Mrs. Loss Bright of Preston spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Swainston. Mr and Mrs. Julius Cabutti and family and Mrs. Florence Bush were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Tavlor Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Scamons. o Dayton, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Winn of Preston were dinner guests of Mi. nnd Mrs. M- A. Winn and family Sunday . , t Mr .and Mrs. DcVon Warrick at. tended the shower for Mr. and Mrs, Clark Gibson of Banda recently Mrs. Gibson was formerly Miss Jane Miles. Mr. and Mrs. Marion L.udha.dl entertained at a showed reccntb for Mr. and Mrs. Marion Winn anc Mr and Mrs. Leland Bright. Mrs. Gwen Warrick and M. is Deana Wells spent Sunday at th home of Mr. and Mrs. DeMon Bell of Banida. DeVon Warrick spent Monday n Salt Lake City on business. Mr and Mrs. Bert Talbot an. Mr Myers of Layton, Utah, sppn Sunday- at the home of Mr. am jj Mrs. Carl Bennett.