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I ; : A HOME PAPER FOR DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUAB HOME PEOPLE The Times, Vol. 15, COUNTY Nephi, Juab County, Utah. Friday, April 4th, 1924. No. 14. BETTER TOURIST CAMP FOR JOSEPH BRYAN GROUND IS NEEDED Commercial Club Advocates New City Park and Disposal of Present Site Base Ball Officers Elected For 1924 Season Castlegate Relief Discussed. The yembers of the Nephi Com-- i merciu.f viuo neia a uusy session at the club rooms Wednesday evening and a number of questions of importance to this city were discussed at length and committees appointed to carry out the desires of the organiz- ation President Wilson Glazier, occupied the chair, and the matter of baseball for this season was taken up as a special order of business. It was the unanimous opinion of the club members that a team from this city be again entered in the Central Utah League. The result of the deliberations was the election ot officers to pilot base ball here during 1924 These are as follows: President A. W. Clyde; 1st Vice President, I. M. Petty; 2nd vice president J. M. PowA. V. Pyper ers; Board of Directors: Gilbert Bailey, W. Boud, W. C. AndEdgar Park, rews, and D. P. Firmage. I. M. Petty was chosen to represent the club on the Board of Control of the Central Utah League. Another matter of public interest discussed was that of the present tourist camping ground. The opinion of the majority of the members as expressed at the meeting was to the effect that the present camping ground was entirely unsuitable and a new location should be obtained that will be more satisfactory to the tourists. A new City Park was among the questions that was also discussed at length, the disposal of the present park being advocated and a new site obtained. Relief for the stricken families at Castlegate was urged by the club members, and a committee was apwith the county pointed to committee in the drive now being made in Juab County to raise $3500 or the widows and orphans of the dead miners. Secretary-Treasure- r, .T MUTUAL PROGRAMS SUNDAY EVENING Preliminary in each will programs be wards Sunday evening to commence at 7.30 p. m. under the auspices of the M. I. A given of the NORTH WARD Vocal Solo Mrs. Ralph Belliston Leo Ingram Reading Girls Quartet Joy Sperry and Com pany. Current Events .. Bertha McPherson SOUTH WARI Vocal Solo, Erma Lunt Daken Broadhead Current Events Piano Trio Elma Jones, Lois Lunt, and Melba Anderson. Nelda Belliston Reading NEPHI WARD Reading Piano Solo Reading Martha Cowan Mildred Ord Lucy Garrett SERVICE STAR LEGION MEETING1NEXT FRIDAY A special Easier program has been arranged for the next meeting of the Service Star Legion, April 11th which will be heid in the Commercial Club rooms on the above date at 4 p. m. America; Singing, Prayer Chaplain; Trio, Melba Anderson and Company; Reading, Irene Downs Taper, origin of Easter, Mrs. Wm Bailey; trombone Solo, LeGrande Jenkins; Reading, Lucy Garrett Vocal Solo, Mrs. Arviila Powers Reading, Beth Hobbs; Instrumental selection Jay Anderson and Ray Bean AID SETTLERS CALL FOR REPUBLICAN STATE CONVENTION Vice-Preside- nt towns, will supplement our efforts with their own, we must make the se tier feel that the move means as much to him as to us Tributary to our lines are millions of acres of lands and unimproved Improved which should be converted into farms where diversified farming, dairying, hog and poultry raising can be successfully carried on. "Utah, by reason of Its advantages In the way of a long growing season, rich soil, snd abundant water, should profit greatly by this Joint effort of the railroad and tbs communities. The railroad has no land to sell, nor will Its representative tnak" sales of any kind. The work will be under ' Funeral services were held Sun day afternoon in the Tabernacle over the remains of Joseph Bryan, an old resident of this city. Bishop Bailey was in charge, the opening prayer being offered by James D. Pexton. The speakers were: Patriarch J W. Paxman, P. P. Christison and Bishop Thomas Bailey. Musical numbers were rendered by the Cole Sisters, Mrs. Ralph Belliston. L. P. Anderson and Mrs. Ed. Carter. Benediction was pronounced by Joseph Broadhead Interment took place in the City Cemetery, the grave being dedicated by Bishop Bailey Bailey. Many beau. tiful floral offerings covered the cas ket. The deceased was 71 years old at the time of his death, having been born in this city in 1353. At the time of his death he was the oldest livng man born in Nephi. He leaves the following children, his wife hav ing died several years ago: Mrs. George W Sudbury of Lynndyl, JUtah Mrs. J. H. Davis of Modena, Utah, Mrs. J. W. Hyde, Miss Allie Bryan Miss Nona Bryan, of San Diego, Calif in and Mr. Willis Bryan, residing this city. He also leaves one brother Attorney W. A C. Bryan. FIVE NEW MEMBERS The regular weekly luncheon of the Kiwanis Club was held at the Forrest Hotel, Monday, President J W. Boud bein in charge The committee in charge of the minstrel show reported that the affair had been a success from every standpoint. were unani Five new members mously voted into the membership of the club these are: Earl Reid, A. H. Belliston, D. P. Firmage, T. O. Durham and T. E. Carter The committee on Scouting repor ted that preparations were being made to entertain the Boy Scouts of Juab Stake, at a "Jamboree Party" in the near future, as the guests of the Kiwanis Club. PROMOTIONS IN LOCAL BATTERY THIS WEEK Several promotions to grades have been made this week in the local battery of the 145th Field Artillery, Utah National Guard, loca 1st Lieutenant ted In this city. Spencer E. Forrest, has been transferred to the position of staff officer with the 2nd Battalion, 145th Field 2nd Lieutenant Brent D. Artillery. to 1st Hall, has been promoted NEPHI WINS FROM Lieutenant r the local organization. Sergeant A B. Gibson, has been SALT LAKE TEAM 1st advanced to the position of 2nd Lieutenant of Battery E. The position of 1st Sergeant made Considerable interest was manifes vacant by the promotion of Lieutenant Gibson, has not yet been made ted Saturday evening in the bowling contest between the team from Salt but according to official advices the Lake City, and a picked team from position will be tilled n tue near this city. The Nephi bowlers won future. the three game contest by a margin of 115 points. When it is consider ed that three of the Salt Lake team BOY SCOUTS PARTY are chosen to play in the Pacific Coast tournament at Venice, Calif NEXT WEDNESDAY ornia, the victory of the locals is all the more significant The visitors also had the services of Brockholt The Boy Scouts of Nsphi, Levan one of the best bowlers in the state The following is the score by and Mona, are invited to a "Jamboree games, also the total for each player Party" next Wednesday evening at High School Gymnasium at S p. in as the guests of the Nephi Kiwavis Salt Lake Team T 477 Club. Various contests will be pul Evans T 512 led off and a number of games are Olsqn T 46a being arranged by the scout masters Jensen 159-13- 9 298 Refreshments in the form of "RoastAbbe 41-139 2S0 ed Weenies" will be served to the Burton . 279 scouts in real camp fashion. On acBrockholt 2315 count of this party there will he no luncheon for the' club Monday, but each member is urged to be present Nephi Team T 509 at the gymnasium Wednesday to meet Golden Each member will also be T 503 scouts. Harris T 462 expected to donate the 50c paid for Workman 146-16- 4 T 310 the regular luncheon, towards defray, Burton of the "Weenie T 503 ing the expense Haymond higher , UNION PACIFIC WILL H. M. Adams, of the Union Pacific System, writes The Times-New- s this week that a plan to place desirable settlers on the large areas of fertile land tributary to the Union Pacific System has been decid ed upon. "Selective Colonization" is the name given to the plan, according to the announcement, as only real home seekers with some means will be encouraged to locate. Reduced round trip rates of one fare plus two dollars are being established, tickets to be on Bale on specified dates from March to November. Liberal appro- ' prlations are being made for advertising in eastern papers, and inquiries will be thoroughly Investigated and followed up by field representatives of the railroad. Helpful cooperation will be given In meeting the wishes of the prospective settlers as to the kind of land and type of home surroundings desired, and In assisting in the movement of household .'.uods and livestock from the old home to the new. Arrangements will be made to put the new settlers in touch with county agricultural agents, superintendents of schools, borne demonstration agents, ministers, and any agencies which may be formed to give the newcomers a welcome, to assist them in getting started and to keep In touch with them through formative period. "The Union Pacific System is entering upon this work with confidence and enthusiasm," said Mr. Adams "in the belief that many useful cit izens will come to our communities and become permanent residents and that the states, counties, cities and KIWANIS CLUB ADD UNERAL SERVICES 152-161-1- A call has been issued tftis week for a Republican State Convention to elect seven delegates to attend the to Republican National Convention, be held in Cleveland, Ohio June 10 1924. The date of the State Conven tion is set 'for Friday, May 9th, at Provo, Utah, to convene at 10 a. m Congressional conventions will also be held at the same date and place to elect two delegates at large from each Congressional District to attend the National Convention at Cleveland The appor'ionment for Juab County is 17 delegates to each con vention, based on one delegate for each 100 votes or major portion thereof cast for the Republican Pres idential Electors in 1920. Under this apportionment, the var tous precincts oc Juan county are entitled to the following delegates for each convention: Nephi, 7 dele gates; Eureka 5; Levan 2; Mona 1 Mammoth 1; and Silver City 1. Total 17. Republican precinct chairmen will in a few days to arrange for the holding of primaries to elect delegates to each convention in ac cordance with the Information given above. be notified KI ROKX-8TIIKSSM- A X, Worthlngton 141-Tot- al T 141 2423 Roast." The News, Vol 8, No. 14 REVERSES RULING ON POOL HALL ORDINANCE Law Declared Valid By State's Attorney Mayor Does Not Have rower lo Prohibit Passage of Same Ordinance Now In Effect. That the pool hall ordinance pas sed by the City Council and signed by the mayor pro tem, E. R. Forrest the mayor had refused to sign THE DISTRICT COURT after the ordinance and left the meeting, is legal was so held by a recent opinion of the Attorney General, Harrey A case which attracted much in H. Clu,ff, bearing date of March 27th. The validity of the ordinance was terest among stockmen of this section was heard before Justice E W. first referred to the City Attorney, Peterson at Levan Saturday. A. E. P. N. Anderson, for his opinion, and Buffheira, of Mills, Utah, was char- it was held by him in his opinion ren ged with the theft of a heifer be- dered to the City Council, --"That longing to Samuel P. Nellson of this the duty and authority to pass ord- city, and a cow belonging to Martin inances is vested in the council and Stephenson of Levan. About twenty that it is the duty of the mayor to witnesses were placed on the stand sign any ordinance passed by the during the course of the preliminary council, or, if he did not preside at At the conclusion of the the passage thereof, it is the duty ot hearing. evidence Justice Peterson, bound the the mayor pro tem to sign the same. defendant over to the District Court, That this duty to sign ordinances the case to be heard at the next does not carry with it any right to refuse or disprove of signing any term. ordinance, and that the ordinanco was legal and valid although not by the mayor." signed MEETING OF PARENTS The question of validity of the was then referred to the NEXT WEDNESDAY ordinance Attorney General, and who held in an opinion dated March 18th, that ths ordinance was of no legal force and A meeting of the parents of this effect, and, that the mayor "had a City is called for next Wednesday perfect right to stand upon his per afternoon at 4 p. m. in the High sonal convictions and refuse to sign and that he Is School Auditorium. The present the ordinance,. call is he outcome of the recent Par. the only one who has the authority the ordinance. meeting held in Feb- to sign It was noted In the report of the ruary at which time a committee was appointed to investigate the latter opinion made by this paper in quetion of recreation it being the a previous issue that the City Attorsense of the last meeting that too ney took issue with the Attorney many entertainments were being held General on points of law discussed. for the good of the students. This The opinion of the City Atttorney committee will make their report at and the authorities relied upon by the meeting to be held next Wednes- him was then submitted to the Atday. All parents interestd are cor- torney General, and after consideration of the same the Attorney dially invited to be present. General rendered his last opinion sustaining the opinion of the City Attorney, and in which he says: MONA HAPPENING "Under our law we do not think the Mayor's signature to the ordinOF THE WEEK ance is necessary, in order to receivo We his approval of the ordinance. think it is merely a requirement The M. L S Club met at the home which indicates that the ordinance of Mrs David Neilson last Thursday was passed according to legal rewe In other words, afternoon. The time was spent in quirements. sewing and social chat. Supper was do not think, under our statutes, served to the following: Mrs. Will that the Mayor ot Nephi City has any iam Garfield, Mrs. Oscar Newton, power either to approve or disapMrs. J. W. Kay. Mrs. J. L. Ellertson, prove an ordinance, and his failure Mrs. Willard Ellertson, Mrs. Eugene to sign an ordinance could not there Newton, Mrs. Alonzo Young, Mrs. B. fore, under the above stated rule, B. Young, Mrs. Herbert Young, Mrs. make the ordinance invalid." J. S. Neilson, and the hostess Mrs. David Neilson. BOUND OVER TO ents-Teache- rs Mr. and Mrs. George W. Sudbury Latimer, went to of Lynndyl, Utah, and Miss Allie Relief For Castlegate Salt Lake .Monday for a few days Bryan of San Diego, California, were here Sunday to attend the funeral ot visit in that city. Osborne Young of Salt Lake City, Sufferers Is Sought ' Air. Joseph Bryan. Is visiting with his parents here. Mr. and. Mrs. John Bailey Sr,,of vMoronl, Utah, are visiting with their Mrs. James Chrlstensen of Moroni Mr. and Mrs. J E. Lunt, and Mrs. Juab quota for the relief daughter Mrs. George A Allen this Alfred Lunt, motored to Salt Lake has returned home after spending a of t'je County's ot Castlegate mine families week. week here visiting with her daughter victims has been fixed City yesterday to attend Conference. at $3,500. Mrs. Laurel carter. East Juab County will be expected The Avaller Club entertained at a County Clerk Earl Gadd, was all to raise at least $1500 ot this Miss dancing piwty Wednesday evening is home for a visit Mr. J. W. Boud has been yesterday morning, the cause with herEdna Kayafter at the Armory Hall. About fifty smiles an absence for parents of the rejoicing being the arrival of chairman of this side of enappointed most a were and present couples several months. the county, and both banks will reExcellent a fine son at their home Wednesday. joyable time was had. to this worthy music was furnished for the occas. Mrs. J. W. Vest Is visiting with ceive subscriptions Mrs Henry Svedine, came down fund. The various clubs and relief ion by the Goldsbrough Sisters and from Garfield, Tuesday for a few relatives and friends in Salt Lake church organizations have been ask- R. Q. Dorlus. l er In naatat in itila ftrlva ftnrl Jllnh days visit with her parents Mr. and City. Mrs. Moroni should make a big effort to Howarth. Mrs. Ralph Carter entertained the Mrs. Alonzo Young is visiting with County subscribe Its quota. members of the Halcyon Club Thursrelatives at Spanish Fork. day afternoon at her home. The time Mrs. June Kendall entertained the was spent in sewing and social chat. members of the Ladiaa Dr. and Mrs. N. J. Rees, left yesKensington TTID STILL OX THE JOB Lunch was served to seven members at her home for Salt Lake to attend Conafternoon terday yesterday and one special guest. ference. The time was very pleasantly spent In after when a delicious lunch, County Clerk Earl Gadd. Issued a Ed. sewing, Mrs. David Cazler. and Mrs. O. M. Whitmore, is in Los Angeles eon was served to the following marriage license yesterday to Albert Cazler, entertained Tuesday evening guests: Mrs. Runs. Hawkins, Mrs. E. H. Pettish, who gave his age as 72, this week on a business trip. He will at the home of the former in honor of R. Forrest," Mrs. R. L. Batchelor, Mrs. and Mrs. Alma Vance, who confessed return to Utah the early part of next . Mr. and Mrs. Azel Palmer of Canada, J. W. Ellison, Mrs. Dennis Wood. to having seen 60 winters. Both and Mrs. W. A. C. Bryan. A very Mrs. Gilbert Bailey, Mrs. T. D. Rees, bride and groom gave Provo as their The Ladies Literary Club met at pleasant evening was spent and a two Mrs. I. M. Petty, Mrs. J. E. Ostler. residence. course luncheon was served to the Mrs. George O. Ostler, Mrs. T. D. the home o Mrs. Wm. Bailey Tuesday following guests: Air. and Mrs. Davis, Mrs. J. W. Boud, Mrs. C. W STANDING OK TEAMS IX evening. A very enjoyable program Gerald Cazler, Mr. and Mrs Clarence Morgan Mrs. N. J. Rees, Mrs. E. M. HOWLING LEAGUE was given as follows: Book Review II . Warner, Mr .and Mrs. W A. C. Greenwood and the hostess Mrs. Ken Silver Threads by Mrs. J. E. Qole, Bryan, Mrs. Spencer Forrest, Mr. and dall. Won Lost Among The Dye" by Nina Wilco Mrs. John Richardson, Mr. Wm. Caz0 7 Putnam. Community Singing of the Legion S 3 ler, Mr. David Cazler, Mr. and Mrs. National Club Song, "There Is A Com. Club Azel Palmer and the hostesses .Mrs. M XI'.ltlKI) IX SALT LAKE 4 3 Land of Many Charms." Paper by I. O. O. F. TKMIM.K YESTERDAY Kiwanis David Cazler and Mrs Ed. Cazler. Mrs. T. C. Winn, "Utah's Religions 3 5 2 and Fraternal Orders." At the close Battery 7 2 of the program, the club voted to M. W. A. The member of the Halcyon Club donate $10 for the relief of the The marrlnge of Miss Ada Burton, entertained their husbands Tuesday The following In Mrs. of Wallace Mr. took will home to Tom circles at the in Interest the Castlegate sufferers. place Kendall, bowling evening The center this week on the result of the members were present: Mra. W. V. Carter at an April Fool party. A very 8alt Lake Temple yesterday. Tournament Brough, Mrs. E. R. Forrest, Mrs. Bowling jolly time was spent and a number of bride Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Utah-Idah- o The fol- Wilson Glazier, Mrs. J. E. Cole, Mrs. April Fool Jokes were carried out. A Wm. Burton, and Is one of the pop- being held In Salt Lake. The lowing teem left Nephi today to Dennis Wood, Mrs. T. C. Winn, Mrs. delirious luncheon was served to the ular young ladles of the city. following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Wil-for- d groom Is the son of Mr. Edward Ken represent this city In the games to- J. W. Ellison. Mrs T. II. Burton, Mrs Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Car. dall, and Is one of the Industrious night: Vic Harris, Rue Golden, Glen I. M. Petty. Mrs. 1. W. Ellison, Mrs. This Worthlngton, Tom Workman, Edgar P B. Cowan, Mrs T. D. Rees, Miss ter, Mr and Mrs. Bert Winn, Mr. and young men of the community. Mrs. Rue Gilden, .Mr. and Mrs. Ray paper JoIpb In wishing them the great Park, and J. M. Powers. The above Neva Booth, Miss Lula and Bertha Cazler. and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace est of Joy and happiness In their are all good bowlers and ought to McPherson and the hostess Mrs. married life. Bailey. Carter. give a good account of themselves, Miss Venetla wt-ek- A marriage license was Issued Salt Lake City the latter part ot th week to Miss Francis Klrgen ot this city and Mr. Paul Strcssman of Ely Nevada. The wedding came as a sur priue to the many friends of Miss Klrgen In Nephi, and the bride has been kept busy this week recelvin congratulations on the happy even in which this paper most heartily Joins. 1 E. II. Shaw shipped a car load o baled hay to Moroni yesterday. the direct supervision of Robert j Smith, Supervisor of Agriculture i Omaha, and C. C. Gignoux, Assls ant Supervlor of Agriculture, wt will devote his entire time to fie work. Established traffic Tepreaen atlves of the company will also a of th slut settlers at both ends Joarnoy."