::;S!, 1 ' ::.BTIB':.E,. Bii:H j:H - fr:''H MINK CREEK NEWS NOTES By Anna Beth Jensen mmKmmmmxMmmtmmicm The first Relief Society meeting was held on Tuesday of last week. A theology lesson given by Mrs Annie Keller, The meeting was enjoyed en-joyed by all those present. Rex Jensen, Nathaniel iCener and Reed Jensen woiked in Ogden last week on a construction job. They came home over the week-end and returned Monday where tliey are planning to stay on working in-defenitely. in-defenitely. Mr. Herbert Wagstaff is driving the north bus temporarily while Howard Anderson the regular bus driver is working in the beets. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Keller motored to Salt Lake City last Friday Fri-day They returned home Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Kelly Oliverson of Whitney visited with Mrs. Oliver-on Oliver-on last Saturday. Mrs. Louise Crane went to Salt Lake City last Friday. While hert, she spent the week-end visiting with her daughter, Vauna Lou Crane and her sister, Mrs. Lynn Hill and Mrs. Thomas Goff. She came home on the bus Sunday. Several young people or Mink Creek are employed in the beets Among these are Wayne Larsen, who is working in Tremonton, Utah, Miss Merk Crane and Miss Anne Beth Jensen who are work-in work-in in Whitney, Miss Vera Jensen and Miss ' Helen Keller who are working in Riverdale and Mr. Howard How-ard Anderson. Miss Marjie Jensen who is going to school in Pocatello visited with her parents last week-end. Many men of Mink Creek Joined Join-ed in the cattle roundup, last Friday Fri-day and Saturday. They had cattle in Birch Creek canyon, Mink Creek canyon, Cub river canyon and Immigration Im-migration canyon. Miss Hortense Larsen is working in Whitney for Mrs. William Dunk-ley. Dunk-ley. She is planning to work tibere for several weeks. Mrs. Frank Gilbert and her daughter, dau-ghter, Thelma of Farview, visited with her sister, Mrs. Viola Larsen last Saturday. The Mutual Harvest Ball which was scheduled for Friday night has been postponed until Friday October 24. Miss Ramona, Oliverson of Preston Pres-ton has been visiting with her grandmother MrB. Ada Oliverson and Mrs. Kloa Bell. Lael Jensen, Geraldine Nelson, Anna Mae Wilde, and Juanlta Jensen, Jen-sen, enjoyed a, days horseback rid ing last Sunday. Mrs. Leon Wells! of Treasureton and a friend Mr. Larsen of Glen-ale Glen-ale were the Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Wilford Nelson.