|No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)
|Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
Nephi, Juab County, Utah (SljcSimco-aMrtu- J.H.S. NEWS Farm Mechanics Team Tops In Meet Competition Juab High School band, under the direction of Royden Hill, took first honors In the marching division at the Large Groups Music Festival held at Nephi last Friday, May 10. Competing were IS bands and IS chorus, representing the schools of Regino 9. ! The Forney Arc Welder complete with attachments for brazing and soldering, vaa presented by Bill Duin-le- r of Fort Collins Colorado, regional representative, for the Forney Company. Team members were Bruce Young, son of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Young of Mona; Jerry Coulsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse C. Coulson Jr., Nephi, and Edward Kendall, son of Mr. i and Mrs. Thomas Kendall, also Their advisor is of Nephi. Jay Dailey, local agriculture and farm machanics instructor. Bruce also received the sec-- 1 t ond place individual medal and Jerry the third place individEdward was the ual medal. but fourth high individual, medals only are given for the top three places in the contest. Thirteen teams and 39 individuals were entered in the co' Stephen Nyman, son of Bishop and Mrs. Kenneth Nyman was the fourth F. F. .A. member to make the trip. Stephen teamed up with Edward and Jerry to take third place in the meat judging contest. The meat judging team has been Irained by Ray W. Worthington ot Allen's Cash Store. Seven contests are held each year in connection with the Agathon celebration at Utah State University. Juab Band Wins Marching First place, and the most desired award of the conicsts were awarded to Juab High School's Future Farmers of America in the state contests held at the Utah State University at Logan Friday and Saturday. The Forney Arc Welder was awarded to Juab's F. F. A. team as the prize for scoring the highest number of points In the Stale Farm Mechanics contest. ntest Birch, Fori Wall D. U. P. Camps Meet and VIEWS U S U Thursday, May 16, 1963 c- Camp Birch of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers met recently at the home of Twila Winn. Following invocation by Fern Garrett and the opening song, a letter from Captain Kate B. Carter of the State Central company, was read by Twila Winn. It contained information from the convention held in Salt Lake City. The history of Charles Kemp was given by Blanch ' Cooper. The lesson, a continuation of stories of pioneer midwives, wt.s given by Erma Garrett. A Mothers day remembrance was presented to the following members: Irva Howard, Twila Winn, Nona Smith, Flossie Sudweeks, Erma Garrett, Blanch Cooper, Ada Oldroyd, Coquella McPherson, Fern Garrett, and the following visitors from the County organization: Zola Howard, Maude Robertson, Effie Scott, Rheta Sperry and Lula Memmott. Richfield and Wayne took top honors in the concert and sight reading areas, while Juab took the first in marching, followed closely by Wayne. On Annual J. H. S. Awards over-a- ll points in band competition, Wayne County High School took top honors, with Richfield second, and Juab and Assembly Planned North Sanpete tying for third. The Awards Assembly, which In the chorus area, North Wasatch Sanpete, Academy, Is held every spring at Juab, Manti and Emery each received will be held this year on May The student body and a straight one", which is the 22 highest that can be received. faculty extend a cordial invitAll of these were In the girls ation to the public to attend this assembly. chorus area. Awards will be presented in Adjudicators for the bands consisted of James A. Mason, athletics, music, drama and J. D. Christiansen, and Earl journalism. Special scholastic Erickson, with Joseph Keith awards will be given along with Scott assisting in the marching awards to outstanding students m each department. An award area. Elvis B. Terry and Willardsen were adjudic- tor Outstanding Student of the student body also will be preators in the chorus division. Juab High school and region sented. There will be two musical otficals extend thanks to the Nephi City Police Department, selections by members of the Juab High School faculty, and music department who particithe district school lunch per- pated in the Small Groups Mussonnel for assistance in the ic festival at Bicknell on April 10.. regional meet. , Ar-mo- nt iLA L hits Jay Dailey, Advisor, Bruce Young and Jerry Coulson with Forney Arc Welder awarded for first place. Edward Kendall was not available for photo. I.N'.N ACTIVITIES PLANNED FOR ANNUAL CANYON DAY Friday. May 17 will be the horseshoes will provide fun for annual Canyon Day for Juab all the classes. The Juniors 1 l:gh School. The day will pro- and Sophomores will play soft vide fun, exercise, sunburns, ball at 10:00 a.m., and at 10:45 and minor scratches for the a.m. the Seniors will play the student body and faculty. faculty and the winners of the Softball, volley ball, and two games will play each other at 11:30 a.m. Volleyball and horse will be played on the schedule. There will be volley ball courts and shoe pits for those who 'o use them. At noon, the Nebonian will be selling hot dogs, and candy. Student Councils Meet at Gunnison On Tuesday, May 14, the 3 student body officers of and the student body officers of 1963-6were guests of Gunnison High school at a regional student council meet1962-196- 4 shoes ing. of the meeting The same was to purpose Introduce the new stu extra dent body officers to each oth- er and to acquaint them with the functions and organization of the regional meetings. The new officers also learned the purpose of region meetings. North' Sanpete, Manti, Wasatch Academy and Juab were the schools attending. Page four Levan Lady Lions, Guests, Enjoy Annual The May meeting of the Fort Wall Camp of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers was held at the home of Mrs. Martha Bel- liston on May 9. Opening pray er was by Ida Belliston and minutes of the previous meet-:n- g were read by Secretary A history of Pearl Celhston. John Ingram was read by Mrs. I eone Greenhalgh and Pearl Belli ton read a history of Elsa Mary Johnson Price. Mrs. Martha Belliston, an officer of the County Camp, gave an announcement to the group, s and the lesson on Pioneer was given by Grace Orton. Delirious refreshments were served to 22 members. Effie Scott and Naomi Bailey were County Camp visitors. Attendance prize was won by Ireta Park. Mrs. Olive Broadhead visaed in Santaquin on Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Peter Hee-li- s and family and with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Johnson. She also attended a testimonial at American Fork for a nephew, Elwin Johnson, who has been called to the Texas mission. Mid-vlve- LEVAN LOCAL NEWS Mothers Day Banquet and Program Levan The Levan Lady Lions held their Mothers Day party Thursday. May 9. President Lorraine Stephensen welcomed the group and the pledge was led by Cora Wankier. The prayer was given by Edna Hansen. A song was sung by Anna Shepherd, Bessie Pay-struand Bessie Jackman. A delicious dinner was served to the following members and their guests: Bessie Jackman, Ava Jackman, Anna Shepherd, Loessa Verna Greenhalgh, Gardner, Molly Gardner, Debbie Gardner, Cora Wankier, Nellie Neilson, Sharon Christensen, Leora Christensen, Irene Mangelson, Patty Mangel-soEmily Bosh, Mary Lou Dalby, Audrey Dalby, Edna Ilansen, Lorraine Stephensen, Pauline Howard, Virginia Mangelson, Nancy Mangelson, Vivian Mangelson, Bessie Pay-strup, n, Nancy Mangelson; song, Debbie Gardner. A rose was given to each mother as a remembrance of rhe evening. Mrs. Rue Golden was hostess to the Friendship Club on Wednesday afternoon at her home. A delirious luncheon was served to Mrs. Chester Foote, Mrs. Edward Wilkey, Mrs. Victor Cooper, Mrs. Mar-"i- n Mrs. Henry Anderson, Svedin, Mrs. Reuben Mangelson, Mrs. Wallace Carter and the hostess, Mrs. Golden. The afternoon was enjoyed In sewing and chatting. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin were in Provo on Friday. p, Ira Paystrup, Pearl Tay- lor, Gertrude Shepherd, Edna Sherwood, Marie Wood, Jessie Ann Wood, Florene Taylor, Florene Higginson, Louise Taylor, Reba Mangelson and Annie Poulson. After dinner the following Open for business iwith ' BARprogram was given: Reading, BEE and INLAND equipment! What Is A Mother Sharon Christensen; piano solo, Mary Visitors at the home of Mr. Lou Dalby; dance: Patty Manand Mrs. Orlando Anderson on gelson and Ava Jackman; tribFriday May 10 were: Mr. and ute to a Vivian ManMrs. Lewis McClellan and fam- gel son daughter: tribute to a mother, ily of Provo; Mr. and Mrs. Lee nderson and son Jeffrie, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Anderson of Payson; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Christensen and son Walter R., Mrs. John J. Gabrys and daughter of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Andrew C. Anderson of Woodscross; Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Pierce of Gunnison; Mr. and Mrs. Neils Anderson, Mrs. Marie Wood, Mrs. Florence Rosequist and Mrs. Alma Winter, all of Levan; and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Anderson of Nephi. They were in Levan for the burial services of (Mrs. Eva Jackman Anderson. Mothers day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Anderson were Miss Marlene Anderson, Mrs. Edith Kahoilua and daughter Lupua of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Anderson of Nephi; Mrs. Florence Rosequist and ' Mrs Alma Winter. . JENKINS SALES AND SERVICE B05 North Main Nephi Utah Cash Prizes For Old Mining History commemorate the centennial of mining In Utah, the following are urgently neededs (1) biographies and autobiographies of Utah mining pioneer) (2) diaries; (3) historical accounts of old mine or Best in class each areas. $100 mining entry prize. $10 prize. Mail all Any entry used for news story entries, which will be returned, to: To MINING CENTENNIAL P. O. Box COMMITTEE 2106, Salt Lake City horse want staff pop, Immediately after lunch bethere will be a tween the Juniors and Sophomores, and then between the tug-o-w- Seniors and faculty. mil then meet. Winners At 1 :45 p.m. there will be a pie eating contest for anyone interested. The school buses will leave the school at 8:45 am. The students will be allowed to take their cars, Hondas and or motorcycles up for transThey will be asked to be in the canyon by 9:30 a.m., and they will not be allowed to drive or move these vehicles until 2:30. portation. CIIEEB LEADERS Carolyn Stephenson, Diane Tolley, Cherjl Linton, Marilyn Stephenson; Lallue Stephenson, Judy Jackson, Pat Morles, Cherjl Williams. 63-6- 4 Automated wife savers come to you over Union Pacific . . . automated rail way . . . into the past! Kennecotts SI 00 million program to increase copper production In Utah giant step forward. At the same time, its a return to the past. I a Will increased output establish new copper production records? instead, production will be restored to the level of about 10 years ago. This is not the contradiction it seeiAa to be. It's explained by the gradual e decrease in the copper content of the ore at the Bingham Canyon mine. Since 1953, it has dropped nearly No low-grad- 20. Look at a few examples of what it takes to compensate for this loss: , s fleet of powerful diesel trucks to replace trains in hauling overburden from the mine moving millions of tons of rock and earth to build new roads the construction of new plants. Kennecotts march forward into the past will benefit the entire state of Utah. First, it will provide jobs for Utahns, building roads and plants to prepare for increased copper production. Then the long lasting impact of the program will be felt throughout the state. To Utah, increased copper production will mean added assurance of millions of dollars a year from Kennecott payrolls, supply purchases and tax payments. Directly and indirectly, these dollars Mill be an active part of everv Utahns prosperity. Kennecott Copper Corporation Utah Copper Division Todays appliances for modern homemakers lighten household tasks with fingertip automatic controls. Many of these appliances and thousands of other items move from factory to market on Union Pacific, the automated rail way Shipments speeded and safeguarded by electronically controlled equipment, data processing and car reporting move smoothly, dependably When you Pacif.c . say, "Union ship or travel, be specific On Hc tit rt cur PPt bos In Fi i tk y po wt y fo yosr family West it t&fc Pj UNION PACIFIC Cm i rf !' t1'" '