Maroni Clawson became suddenly ill on Sunday evening and was taken to the Dee Hospital in Ogden for further medical attention.
The M Men and Gleanor Girls of the Richville Ward were host and hostess of the M Men and Gleanor Girls of Morgan Stake on Tuesday.
Moroni Heiner, who is attending the University of Utah, was a weekend visitor at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Heiner.
Mrs. Delbert Robison and baby son have returned to their home after a six week stay in Provo at the home of her sister.
Max White, a student of Brigham Young University, was a weekend visitor at the home of his mother, Mrs. Flaurie E. White.
Roller skating at Como Springs will begin Saturday, Dec. 21, and will last until Jan. 4.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tonk held an open house at their home in Morgan Sunday in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary.
Don Heiner and Robert Rees, who are attending Weber College, spent the weekend with their parents.
Vera Davies, who has been working in Ogden, spent Sunday with her parents.
Fernando Jensen is the Dee Hospital recovering from an appendectomy.
Mrs. Morgan Davis left for a few weeks stay at Lethbridge, Canada with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Harvey.
Mr. and Mrs. David Robinson have returned have returned home after a two week stay in Bountiful with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. Brough.
Mrs. Eugene Terry, who has spent a few months with her husband who is stationed at Fort Benning, GA, has arrived home to spend the holidays here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Acey Welch.
Mrs. Jerry Heiner spent the last two week in San Diego, CA with her husband who is serving there in the Navy.
Sidney Heiner and LaGrande Grover, how have been confined to the Veterans’ Hospital in Salt Lake City, returned home last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Theron Rollins and daughter have moved from California to make their home here in Peterson.
Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Garner, of Peterson, announce the birth of a girl in the Dee Hospital.
Lt. and Mrs. Wayne Bell announce the birth of a daughter Dec. 10.
Richard Orvalle Stuart, 45, a native of Morgan, died Monday morning in Ogden from an accidental gunshot wound.
Clarence Jensen returned to his home in Milton Tuesday where he is convalescing after an operation.
Marvin Carter, a student at Brigham Young University in Provo, is home for the Christmas holidays.
Fred Ulrich is home with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ulrich, for the Christmas hoildays.
Emerson Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Thompson, who has been ill with pneumonia, is recovering nicely.
Morgan Valley Christian Church purchases old Peterson Chapel. Services will be held Sunday at 9:30 a.m. with the sermon presented by Reverend Gilbert M. Moore and Lynda Howard assisting Marge Thompson in providing the musical accompaniment.
Reed and Anona Dickson celebrate their 60th anniversary at a family party held in their honor.
Todd Koerner, son of David And Wanda Koerner, and Kevin White, son of Wayne White, played important roles in the Mid America Junior College Bowl game in Tulsa, OK.
Bill Tennant bowls a 759 series, breaking Parkside Lanes previous highest series of 680 for its 21 year history, with games of 245, 279 and 235.
Jay Hopkin celebrates his 80th birthday with an open house in his honor at the home of his daughter, Deborah Evans, on Sunday.
Jay Hopkin to celebrate 90th birthday with an open house in his honor at the Morgan City and County building on Saturday.
Santa is coming to town on Saturday for a pre-Christmas visit.
Miriman Taylor Moore, 97, died Sunday in Ogden.
Ducloux Child (Duke) Jones, 56, died Friday at the home of his children following a short illness.
Martha Muriel Hunter Little, 90, of Morgan died peacefully Tuesday, Dec. 12, 2000 in Ogden.
Boys basketball dealt first loss of season from undefeated 4A powerhouse Bonneville.
Girls basketball defends for second win against the South Summit Wildcats on Tuesday.
Lan La Jeunesse finished fourth out of ten in the world bareback riding at the National Finals Rodeo in Las Vegas.
AcaDec team places second in region at competition in Park City Wednesday.