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iVi'1 'icrofilrin- - Corp. ..lt-l- i LrJce cltyji Utah OUR DEADLINES Photographs Monday 5 f. M. .Display Advertising, General News and Want Ads Tuesday, 12 o'clock noon (Deaths, Dis Emergency News asters, Accidents) Wednes. noon. Single Copy, 10c By the Editor M vOs, It was nice to visit the Vine Bluff cemetery late Wednesday to see the flower containers still upmost years it seems to right "blow 'em down" quicklike. We barely missed the rifle salute and flag raising at 11 a. m., but were there to hear taps and see the flag lowered in the early evening. This is a fine service by the men, and present guard members and they deserve high commendation for their loyalty. Before another Memorial day, we would surely like to see the approach roads to the cemetery all hard surfaced . . . and two additional things at the cemetery . . the exit gate in the south west corner opened and the road cleaned and an exit gate about half way up on the north side . . surely would prevent a lot of bottle necks on this day of days around the beautiful Vine Bluff cemetery. Nephi, Kiwanians Hear Garden Club Members Plan Participation in Discussion of National Gathering Farrell Wankier Jr. was the guest speaker at the Nephi Club meeting held at Carter's Cafe on Wednesday, May 23. A special ladies night was held that evening so that the wives of members could also enjoy Mr. Wankier's illustrated lecture on his experiences as an exchange student in South America. The meeting was under the direction of President Carlos Bos-we- ll with R. V. Leger as program chairman. G. Ray Burten-shaCounty Agent, introduced Mr. Wankier after a brief explan- tion concerning Mr. Wankier's act ivities. Thorit Hatch of Helper, Lieutenant Governor of District No. 1 of the Utah Idaho Kiwanis div ision, gave a talk on Kiwanis act ivities. After the meeting, Mr. Hatch met with the committee chairman on the international con vention which will be held in San Francisco in June. is May 23, 1956 481-55-- rec- Nephi Social News reg Everett Thompson of Some of these years, can't we has been a guest at the get away from this Sunday base- his uncle and aunt, Mr. ball like most other communities Thayne Jarrett for the of like size are doing? days. I I .,.,,...,..,,.,. 1 1 1 . 1 ,. 1. i.l ..1,11 - - 1 ,'f v , v. 1. J t ." J . "x . fh f - Quartet. Nephi Man to Receive Masters j ,''. I - ' - . ' " : r , ''...-'.- , - Degree at U. es Superintendent Explains Call For Bids n order to avoid tax Increase for schools, the Juab Board of Education is asking for bids on all major maintenance or remodel- al ing projects. at the fraternity v- - '1 ... : ' . ' vv . i v j n.4 "Even with the 140 storehouses in the church, they would be empty before a week If all members of the church went on the welfare program. We have only enough supplies in our welfare production to take care of two per cent of our membership" stated Arbin O. Clark, general church welfare- coordinator, during a tour made by 104 Juab Stake members last week. 'The big strength in the welfare program Is to get all families to put away a year' supply of food, clothing, bedding and other supplies" he said. "This should be on a rotation basis and not on a storage plan whore much of it might spoil. There is no need of putting away those foods that the family doesnt like, as family likes and dislikes vary. Use those commodities and store In sufficient quantity for a year those things your family uses and then pur chase your regular supplies and replace them on a rotation basis. "If members of the church would follow the welfare program they would be qualified a hundred fold for civil defense requirements" he stated. The 104 Juab Stake members under the direction of the Stake Presidency attended a day long tour of Welfare Square and other welfare projects in Salt Lake City last week. The tour was planned and carried forward by Bishop Glen L. Rudd of the Temple View Stake of Pioneer Region. The group met at 9:30 a. m. at the chapel on welfare square whore Bishop Rudd explained the welfare program. This was followed by a tour of welfare square in three different groups. The packaging of food and clothing and attribution of these commodities was observed. From here a noon luncheon was served at the Cannon Stake Center. The luncheon was prepared and served by All local building and supply houses are invited to present bids. The ceiling in the large gymnasium has been declared unsafe and must be replaced. This project will necessitate the contract ors removal of all the old ceiling material to the base dimensional ceiling structure and replacing the ceiling with an aocoustical tile The same treatment for ceiling replacement would be required in the boys dressing rooms also. The bid, according to Supt. DeVon An derson, must also include the demounting of light fixtures and replacement of all lighting fixtures after new material is installed. The contractor would also be responsible for cleaning up the old plaster and materials removed from the ceiling of this building and removal from the school premises. Sealed bids on this project must be In the Superintendent's office on or before June 14. The board of education reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids. Further details and discussion will be welcomed by the superintendent from any interested parties. The Board of Education is asking for bids for the two grades of gasoline for all school use. It is agreed that the lubrication service for the school vehicles would be given to the concern who is awarded the contract to supply the school vehicles with gasoline for the first half of the school year from July 1, 1956 until January, 1957. The Board of Education reserves the right to reject any or all bids. This procedure for purchasing gasoline for school use is advised by the state department and has been a long standing practice in school districts. All service stations of the district are invited to offer bids. All sealed bids for the standard and Ethyl gasoline are reuested to be in the superintendent's office or or before June 14. Octane content of each grade should be In- EFHRAIM In cooperation with USAC in Logan, Snow College will hold summer school again this year. Classes to be offered are Industrial Arts for Elementary teachers, Principles of Guidance; Psychology of Learning and English. Registration will begin at 8 a. m. June 5. Courses not indicated above may be organized at that Over lOO Visit Walfare Square, See Projects in Special Walfare Tour Last Wednesday By G. Ray Burtenshaw Counselor, Juab Stake Presidency . Attendants to the Queen are Misses Bessie Mangelson of Levari, and Miss Helen Spark of Nephi. Miss Mangelson Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Mangelson of Levan, and Miss Sparks is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dee Sparks. Jack Brough, Stampede President, also announced that rodeo stock for the big show will be furnished by the Cremer Rodeo Company of Big Timber, -- - ., de vil.-'- ; . of Nephi. Tuesday: Litterbug luncheon, Robert SALT LAKE CITY informal banquet and music. Wilford Beckstead of Nephi will Speaker: Recipient of gold metal be awarded the Master of Bus-inaward. Administration Degree durWednesday: Workshops, per ing the 1956 June Commencement manent home luncheon. Tea at exercises at the University ot Governor's mansion: formal Utah. awards banquet. Mr. Beckstead is a son of Dr. Thursday: Judges council lunch and Mrs. F. H. Beckstead of Neeon; Tea at International Peace phi. His wife is the former Doris tour of city gardens: Ann Shaw, daughter of Mr. and gardens; smorgasboard and recital at L. Mrs. Clyde Shaw also of Nephi. D. S. Tabernacle. For his graduate degree, Mr. The post convention Beckstead wrote Sunday: a thesis entitled tour starts at 8 a. m. for the "A Critical Analysis of the Meth Southern Utah Parks for two days. ods and Techniques Used by Moun tain States Telephone and Tele In Forecasting Ephralm Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. graph Company home of C. R. Tolley were their son dn law Demand." Mr. Beckstead received his B. and Mrs. and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Archie degree from the U. of U. in past ten Aiken and daughter Sandra of S. 1955 and is a 1949 graduate of Spring City. the Juab high school in Nephi. Active in professional circles, he is a member of Alpha Kappa --. 1 Psi, business fraternity. He is a I member of Delta Phi, returned missionary fraternity, having ser-e- d on a mission to California-H- e is past president of Gamma chapter of Lambda Delta Sigma, Vjlr--J - " this week announced the selection of Miss Kay Blackett as Queen of the 1956 Ute Stampede July Miss Blackett is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Howard Snow Sets Summer School Sessions; Classes To Begin Next Week frill . t - - ' I Monday For Elizabeth Ostler Impressive funeral services were conducted Monday afternoon at the First Second Ward chapel for Mrs. Elizabeth Taylor Ostler, 80, who died Thursday morning at the home of a son of causes incident to her advanced age. Kenneth Nyman of the Nephi Second Ward Bishopric conducted the services. Interment in the Vine Bluff cemetery was directed by Anderson Funeral Home. Mrs. Ostler was born July 14, 1875, in Salt Lake City, a daughter of Thomas Edward and Emma She was a L. Harris Taylor. granddaughter of John Taylor, a the Church of Jesus president of Saints. She Christ of Latter-da- y was married to George O. Ostler Mr. in the Salt Lake Temple. Ostler died two years ago. Survivors are two sons: LeRoy T. Ostler and George T. Ostler, both of Nephi; three daughters: Frances Margetts. Salt Lake City; Owen Reitz, Milbrae, California and Emma McVey, Twin Falls, Idaho. Two sisters, two 'brothers, 28 grandchildren and 33 grandchildren also survive. During her earlier life, Mrs. Ostler was active in the social and church affairs of the communShe had served for many ity. years as a member of the South Ward, and later the Nephi Second Ward choir. She was a member of the Social Neighbors club, and had been affiliated in other groups during earlier years. The Ute Stampede Committee religious-soci- - . Kay Blackett Is Stampede Queen University. $ 47, Number 22 Volume Thursday, May 31, 1956 Services Held breakfasts, luncheon and evening banquets. The Nephi garden club has been asked to decorate for the Central States Regional breakfast to be held Tuesday June 5 at 7:30 a. m. in the Gold Room of the Hotel. Mrs. Twila Winn and Mrs. Ava Christensen will represent the club that morning and do the decorating. n the afternoon of June 6, Mrs. Christensen will assist with the tea at the home of Governor and Mrs. J. Bracken Lee. On Wednesday, June 6, there will be workshops of special interest to home owners which include landscape and design under the di rection of Dr. Hubert Owens from the University of Georgia. Also on the program will be discuss ions of junior gardening clubs, programs and awards, parliament ary procedure, and flower show schools. The program for the week, Sunday through Thursday, includes the following: Sunday: Local tour and Infor mal reception honoring national presidents. Monday: Luncheon, formal ban- uet and reading of musical play "The Promised Valley". The music for Monday afternoon will be furnished by the Moroni Male Barber's Point, Hawaii To the Editor . I am writing to thank you for sending the paper to me. I have been away from Nephi almost a year now, but I haven't forgot the people that helped me out so much. Stampede, C. of C. to peoI would like to thank such Newple as Alton Gadd, Principal Aid Band Attendance ell, Bishop Bailey, Fred Chapman, my school teachers and most of With Award Program all my mother and father (Mr. and Mrs, Lafon Painter). The Ute Stampede Committee Since I have moved from home and the Nephi Chamber of ComI have found out how much it merce are sponsoring an attend means to have good friends. contest in connection with I would like to hear from the ance lhigh schoo- summer people of Nephi very much. Here the Juab band, it was announced this week is my address: by Hal Hancock, Director. Richard Painter AN Details of the contest will be Aeuron - One (VW-1- ) released later. The purpose of care of Fleet Post Office the contest is to stimulate more San Francisco, California interest; and better attendance at Sincerely, rehearsals and to get more boys Richard Pointer girls to participate with the Okay folks, let's send Richard a and letter today. He is receiving this band. Senior band rehearsals begin on paper through courtesy of the June 1 at 6:30 p. m.; Junior high Elders Gjuorum of his ward, as each other - service man is do- band and elementary band rehearsals begin the same day at ing. 5:30 and 4:30 respectively. a serHere's request to other Questions concerning the sumus vice men send a letter and mer band program should be diwe'll be thrilled to print it for rected to Mr. Hancock at the Juab the benefit of all the area. That high school. would be swell for the missionaries, too, most of whom are eiving this paper weekly. Utah, The Nephi Garden Club is making plans to assist in the decorating for the National Council of State Garden Clubs convention being held June 3 to 7 at the Hotel Utah in Salt Lake City. These of the conference is "Our Pioneer Heritage". The public is invited to participate in the meetings and tours. Clubs throughout the state have been asked to decorate and make center pieces and favors for the Ecuador reg Juab County, time wherever Interest and numbers warrant Classes will start at 9 am. that morning. BAPTISMAL SERVICE 8ET FOR SATURDAY EVENING Little League Games To Begin Next Tuesday Mrs. Brough Hostess to Play will begin in the Nephi Little League on Tuesday, June 5, according to an announcement made this week. Teams have been chosen as follows: Nephi Lions Club: Clifton War ner, uewis tjnristensen, iviars Young, Kent Fowers, teven Lud low, James Goode, Robert Richard Lynn Greenhalgh, Jackie Phillips, John Brough, George Burtenshaw, Michael Will iams, DelRay Dutmore. I. A. M. Blair Painter, Duane Painter, Mont Jones, Richard Bai Tracy Booth, ley, Bent Sperry, Robert Harmon, James Morgan, Michael Royce, James Pace, Mich ael Wirthlln, Douglas Sperry and Douglas Anderson. Russell Mor Kiwanis Club gan, Robert Jenkins, Gordon Mc pherson, Bert McPiherson, Jay Worthington, Jay 'Worthington, Robert LyStephen Broadhead, man, Michael Tidwell, Kent Worthington. Bruce Best, Dennis Pax-maor-syt- h. n, Carl Parkin. Junior Chamber of Commerce Richard Hawkins, Carl Hawkins, Tommy Hanson, Michael Paxman, Carl Gardner, Robert Neilson Steven Nyman, Pay, LaMar Sparks, Wayne Pace, Stephen Dilliams, Clyde Gowers, Kavin Janes. A complete schedule of games will be published next week. Karl Wilkey, Engagement Announced 20th Century Club At Mrs. J. Warrillow Brough was hostess to the 20th Century Club on May 24. Mrs. F. H. Beckstead, club president, was Jn chargeA most interesting evening was stupresented by the high school Keldents, Wilma Tolley, Gordon ler, Marsha Hoyt, Grant Taylor on their experiences at the simulated sessions of the United Nat' ions held In Salt Lake City in April. Club business was taken up and a yearly financial report was given by Mrs. R. G. Richardson. Members present were Mrs. F. H. Beckstead, Mrs. J. L Belliston, Mrs Paul E, Booth, Mrs Bent R. Bryan, Mrs. Gerald Cazier, Mrs. C. W. Glazier, Mrs. James H. Eag-a- r, Mrs. C. R, Jenkins, Mrs Will L. Hoyt, Mrs. P. L. Jones, Mrs. J. H. Keller, Mrs. J Earl Reid, Mrs R. G. Richardson and the hostess, Mrs. J. Warrillow Brough. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Bosh and small son, Kevin, of St George were in Nephi over the week end with their parents, Mrs. Hazel Bosh and Mrs. Elta Jones. Mary Bosh returned to St George with them for a visit at their home. Mr. and Mrs. Golden Oldroyd announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Lucille Christensen, to DeMar Gadd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don F. Gadd of Nephi. The marriage is being planned for July 6 at the Manti L D S Temple. ' - Graveside services were held on Saturday morning for the infant daughter of Norman and Evalyn Parry Ostler. The baby lived for a few hours after birth last Thursday night, and it was named Detora. Grandparents surviving are Mr. and Mrs. Bert Morgan of Nephi and Mr. and Ms. Parry of Spanish Fork. u.' Bishop William Paxman, Chairman of the Juab Stake Bishops Council, announced this week that Baptismal services will be held at the Stake Font In the First-Se- c the Cannon Stake Relief Society ond Ward chapel Saturday at 7:30 as a special welfare assignment. p. m. Rolls and apple pie were baked Bishop Lee J. Olsen of the Third at the Granite Stake bakery. All Ward will direct the food served had been produced meeting to be held at the Lounge in the welfare program of the room, at the above time. Those children to be baptised church, and each item Is available from any of its many bishops' will need a recommend for bapt storehouses. All agreed that all of ism from their Bishop, and fathers the food from orange Juice pro- or others desiring to perform this duced in Florida and California ordinance must also have author to Swiss steak produced In Delta ization from their bishop. Anyone was very delicious. desiring to connrm children in A meeting then followed in Fast Day meeting on Sunday in the chapel of the Cannon Stake any other than their own ward, center at which Arbin O. Clark, must have authorization also, It . ;M Outgrow f Bishop Donald M. Bagley of Jor was pointed out. dan Park ward, and his Relief Mrs. Claude Tolley and Mrs. Society President spoke on the dicated. Bishop's and Relief Society Pros Tola Hansen were In Sterling on ident's responsibilities In the wel Friday to attend the funeral serfare program. Mrs. Frank Greenhalgh and vices for Miss Helen Peacock. The tour then divided Into two spent Friday daughter Marilyn 14 groups and visited a welfare tan Leaving Nephi to make their and Saturday in Salt Lake City. 'h-bI- i mars. Jf&sami nery, and a welfare soap factory. home in Or em are Mr. and Mrs. On Friday evening they attended With milk, these two queens Both of these projects were In George Thatcher and family. Mr. the wedding reception for Mr. and Thatcher plans on continuing his Mrs. James Smith. LaMar Green- - toaat the wedding' of their resteresting and faith promoting. The excursion was concluded studies at the Brlgham Young Un- - halgh returned to Nephi with them pective titles. They are Pat Obray, I 19, Utah Dairy Darling, right and with a tour of Temple Square. for the week end. lversity. m Interestng Meeting . l; I " - ' 1 .'1 ... I Sibyl Olsen, 18, Miss Utah State Fair. At the 1956 State Fair, one girl will be chosen to carry the double crown.