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9448 Nephi, Juab County, Utah Special Notices JnjcCimcisclyc For Sale 1 17 tmiiiimuuiiituutiuiiimuiiBiiimiiBuittuimiitiimiuiiuiuiuiim mmi,i4Liiiimmu:immum;ti!Uiiifluii;aujttiiuni!nim;nnitua If FOR SALE FIRST WARD BUILDING FUND cake sale at Allen's Cash Store Friday. May 26, 2 p.m, 21 May 27 10 a.m. FIBERGLASS Nephi Local and Social News boat trailer and 50 h.p. Mercury Mr. V. R. Nielsen visited in Provo Electric state, with low hours of with her son and daughter in law, Mr. use. Contact Fred L. Gadd at 623 and Mrs. Paul Nielsen over the week20 end. 0425. Elwin Kendall has been released from BE REEL the Veterans Hospital following a recent Now ready for the opening. miiui back operation. i.uiNii .itiiiin iiimi.ui only 18.88 atF orsey's Variety AGAIN!!! 20 IT DID CINDER Mothers day guests ot the home of Store, Nephi Mrs Verda Kendall were Mr. and Mrs. She's the best dam kitty factory HEL- - Grant Kendall of Magna, Mr. and Mrs. you ever saw and there are M0T0RCYCLE CRASH .hree left, yours for the asking. mets Be safer with a sturdy Stanley Sherwood and Mr. and Mrs. Two white males and one gray helmet American made, $12.88 George Kendall and family of Levan. female. Sandbox trained Call at Forseys Variety Store, Mr. and Mrs Reed Collard, Mr. and Vance Cibson at 20 in Nephi Mrs. Leland Despain, Vera Gordon and Dellis Painter were visitors last WedCAN BE CLEAN, nesday at the home of Mrs. Verda KenCARPETS bright and beautiful if you use dall. Stain Removing Rug Mr. and Mrs. Mark Memmott of Rent electric sham 3 Shampoo. OR 2 RENT TO WANTED Seattle, Washington are visiting this Nephi Lumber week bedroom house or apartment pooer, $1.00 the home of Mrs. Cleon Memat Ne55 Second West North, Co, 3 after 5 p.m. Call mott. 20 Utah 3 Personals 300 MITCHELL j "-- rh 623-039- Wanted to Rent 623-100- phi, OF RCA COL Television sets at reduced prices. Hurry to Forseys' Var20 iety Stor.e Nephi BIG SELECTION Homes for Sale 11 or 1 BED-f'loMOUSE FOR SALE floor 2 bedrooms In MAKE m t n- 297-747- ip -t Contact Lode Sperry CAR-pet- s nap at doorways bright and 20 fluffy again with Blue Lustre Chapman Furniture Co., 27 So. 20 BEOROM HOME FOP M in. Nephi j -- c-e o land Contact TWO -- DOWN BEATEN m-i- -- :r 2122 i FOR S F -- ! newly remodeled. ho-- Lor-- e contact nformation Bowers, !n i U 623-034- 2122 Ml OP AT OUR 'Vb.rlpool Appliances "ricty Store, 42 v lot. For Clarence 8 20 M iii, Nephi 1961 SCOTSMAN FOR SALE 14 ft. Sleeps six trailer 5 NEW HOME FOR SALE IN Call Jack Fausett at 20 Contact us soon and Nephi. select your own carpeting. A JOB WELL DONE Large living room, 2 bedrooms on main floor with nice light feeling clean carpets with Blue basement with space for more Lustre. Rent electric shampoo-bedroom- s and another bathroom. er ji 00 Hardware, 66 Contact Valley Builders, 210 W. South Main, Nephi 20 Center or telephone 17tf CARPETS AND LIFE TOO can be beautiful if you use Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer CASCADE $1.00 BOISE Hardware, 66 South 21 Main, Nephi 623-190- for 4-- D 623-004- - 4-- HOMES STAIN REMOV-in- g shampoo is easy on the budget. Restores colorful carpeting. Rent electric shampooer $1.00 Nephi Lumber Co. 55 21 West Second North, Nephi RUG-MAT- CUSTOM HOMES COMMERCIAL For appointment with Salas E 21 Representative, contact FOR SALE VALLEY BUILDERS 210 West Center, Nephi Tftphone 623-004- USED KITCHEN table and four chairs. In excellent condition Mrs. Ray Lunt, 7 21 phone 623-182- 4 BIKES ..llillllllllllllllllillliiJilllllllllllllllllllllllllllilMlllllilllllllllllliniui Services 13 FROM MURRAY Mr .and Mrs. Earl E. Nielsen were the guests at a family dinner held at the home of Mr. and Mrs William Correy of Sprlngville on Mothers day. Others enjoying the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Osborne and children of South Jordan, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Olsen and children of Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lunt spent Mothers day in Ogden with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Farrell D. Lunt and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milton B. Lunt and family joined them there. Later in the day, they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Fackreli and family at Springville. Mrs. Fackreli is the former Oneita Lunt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lunt. El-d- Visitors over the Mothers day weekend at the home of Mr .and Mrs Ray Lunt were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lunt and children of Draper, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lunt and family of Bountiful, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Lovell of Nephi. Mothers t, broken and trained. J. D. 7 10 tf. phone rAKE ADVANTAGE OF OUR 20 years experience in selecting your drapes. We have samples and materials in a larger selection than mont of the stores up north. Free installation. Chapman Furniture Co., 27 So. 1 Main, Nephi, phone tf Hoi-bar- 623-063- 623-027- SPRUCE UP FOR SUMMER Painting, exterior or Interior. Most jobs completed in one day. 4 Call Payson 1821 Inc CARPETS LAST A CLEAN lifetime. Rugs shampooed. Also curtains removed, cleaned and rehung, and windows washed Call Payson AUTO BODY REPAIRS AND painting. Tailored auto seat covers. Kitchen chairs recovered. Reasonable rates Steiners Auto Body Shop, 190 So. Main 0 St., Nephi. Phone 465-265- 18-21- 465-265- 4 day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lyman were the following members of their family: Mr. and Mrs. LaVar Waters and family of Lehi; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Steele and Wil-ke- y family of Orem, Mr. and Mrs Byron and children, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Lyman and children, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lyman and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Bills, all of Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Park had all their family home for Mothers day, including Mr. and Mrs. Donald R. Peterson and son Roger of Tooele; Mrs. Connie Bums and sons Joseph, Scott and Zack; Michael Park and sons Jimmy and Robert, all of Cedar City; Mr. and Mrs. Bill Billanzitch and son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bradley of Granger; Mr. and Mrs. David Seat and children Cindy and Robert of Tooele, and Miss Debbie Park a student at the Southern Utah State College. Murray Ohio $52.95, Mr. and Mrs. Max Barnes of Draper Furray Monterey, $49.95 were recent visitors at the home of Mr. at Forseys Variety Store, 42 Mrs. V. W. Tunbridge. South Main, Nephi 2I and HORSES ALSO SHOEING Mrs. Winn Park had as her visitors Thursday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lusk and children of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Lusk is a granddaughter of Mrs. Park. Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Ockey plan to spend the summer months in Nephi where he will be employed at the KOA Ranchkamp. Stephen was recently released from the army after serving four years. He spent the past three years in Okinawa, where his wife joined him. He is son of Mrs. James H. Ockey Sr. Mrs. James L. Painter and daughters Molly, Melanie and Marjorie attended the Mothers and Daughters banquet held on Saturday evening at the Southern Utah State College at Cedar City. e Rug-Mat- Vsient. Dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Worthington were Mr and Mrs. Ned Worthington and children of Nephi Mr. and Mrs. Jay Worthington and children of Granger. They attended sacrament meeting at the Nephi Second Ward where Craig Worthington gave a report of his mission. Others who came for the meeting were Mrs. Worthington's sisters: Mrs Aden Johnson, Mrs. Dem Chapman and Mrs. J. C. Nelson of Moroni; also Mrs. Johnsons son in law and daughter. A missionary companion of Elder Worthington from Tooele also was present with his fiancee and Miss Kay Holmes and a friend from Cedar City. 9 202122 iiauniBiiiHanBiel Thursday. May 25. 1972 PROBATE WATKINS AND GUARDIAN- PRODUCTS NOW Consult NOTICES. SHIP available. Save your orders for or Clerk respective County Wes Clanton the Watkins home signers for additional inforshopper. For rush orders, call mation. 6 Ftn. Green or write P. O. Box 248. We deliver in NOTICE TO CREDITORS Nephi. 212223 Estate of CHRISTIAN J. WINCreditors will deceased. TER, GOOD SELECTION MEMORIAL with vouchers to claims present wreaths and flowers, now day office at Forseys Variet yStore in Ne- the undersgined at the L. Hoyt, Attorney for Will of 21 phi (42 South Main) Administrator, 31 South Main St., Nephi, Utah 84648. Claims FIRTH, OZITE & CONTINEN-ta- l must bepresen ted in accordance carpets. Big selections avail- with the provisions of able. Forseys Variety Store in Utah Code Annotated 1953, and 21 Nephi. wjth proper verification as required therein. Dennis C. Winter, AdminUse fhe T-istrator of estate of ChrisClassified tian J. Winter, Deceased. Old-Tim- Silent Movies e Mr. and Mrs. Allan Pace were hosts at a family dinner at their home on Mothers day. Attending were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Pace and two daughters of Murray, Mr. and Mrs. Dix Grace (Joan) and five childrenof Payson, Mrs. and Mrs. Gordon Barney (Gail) and four children of Tooele. Feature Variette Meeting Club members met recently They were delightfully entertained with old silent films, starring W. C. Fields, Shirley Temple and Oliver and Hardy. Background music playing on old time records, pop com and members dressed In old time clothes added fun and atmosphere to the evening. In keeping with old movie theatre practices, there was a drawing for door prizes. An old fashioned treat, home made ice cream and soda crackers, was served to the following club members: Betty Belliston, Joyce Bracken, Erma Carter, Gwen Chapman, Juanita Esplin, Nadine Ingram, Marcile Jackson Norma Jenkins, LaRae Kendall Joyce Memmott, Aleene Olpin, Vera Paxman, Gae Sperry, Marjorie Stein er, Jean Wilkey, Verna Wright, and the hostess, LaRae Jarrett On May 18, a breakfast at Mickelson Cafe was the closing social for the Variette Club. Officers chosen for next year include: Chairman, Gae Sperry, vice chairman, Vema Wright secretary and treasurer, Vera Paxman, and reporter-historiaJoyce Memmott Variette at the home of LaRae Jarrett n, Mrs. Cleon Memmott spent Mothers day In Salt Lake City where she visited with Hal Memmott and Mr. and Mrs. Grant D. Oldroyd. Misses Becky Pay and Becky Christensen, students at Southern Utah State College were guests over the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pay. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Park and daught- er Lisa spent the weekend in Cedar City with their son in law and daughter, Judge and Mrs. J. Harlan Bums and family. They also visited with a son, Michael Park, and with a brother of Mrs. Park, Glendale Anderson. While in Cedar City they attended the junior high graduation exercises where a grandson, Joseph Harlan Bums, was a graduate. Mrs. Park and daughters Lisa and Debbie also attended a Mothers and Daughters banquet held at the Southern Utah State College Saturday evening. Levan Local, Social Items Homer Bendixen and children Randy, Cindy and Trudy visited on Tuesday of this week with Mr. and Mrs. Erhardt Bendixen. They were enroute to their home in Salt Lake City from St. George. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winter and son Craig spent Saturday evening and Mothers day in Ruth Nevada where they visited with Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Winter and baby and Mr. and Mrs Larry Nielsen and family. Recent visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Winter were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Fautin of West Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Heber G. Shepherd received word recently of the birth of a great grandson, bom April 22 to Mr. and Mrs. Niels C. Bassett, The new baby will be named Douglas Michael. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Gerald C. Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bassett of Redding, California. Mr, and Mrs. John Bowman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Williams and son of Henderson, Nevada were visitors on Mothers day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heber G. Shepherd. Other recent visitors were Bill Moss of Nephi, and Jim Teddar of Stone Mountain, Georgia. t Mr. Teddar is son of Mr. and Mrs. William Teddar, former residents of Levan. Guests on Mothers day at the home of Mr and Mrs. J. O. Taylor were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Belliston of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Higginson and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Taylor of Nephi, and Mrs. Louise Taylor and family of Levan. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Shepherd and family of Salt Lake City were visitors on Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs John D. Shepherd. Mr and Mrs. Ronald Jones of Nephi were visitors on Sunday at the home of her aunt, Mrs. Floy Mortensen. We Eiepw 83 of Tile ia ilae feme TV Sells Defendants. OF SALE (Real Property) Civil No. 4622 NOTICE the limitations of Chapter 107 Session Laws 1919 as amended 1921. Rights of way for canals, ditchtunnels, telephone and transmission lines constructed by authority of the United States are hereby reserved. U. S. Act, August 30, 1890 (26 Utah Code StaL 391); 1943. Containing Annotated seven hundred twenty and no (720.00) acres according to the certificate. es, 86-2-- 3 The successful bidder shall pay the purchase price in lawful money of the United States at the time of sale. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN this 23 day of May, Dated hereinafter that the real estate 1972. particularly described will be sold as a unit at public auction A DUANE SPERRY, to the highest cash bidder at the Sheriff of Juab County, front door of the County Court Utah House at Nephi, Juab County, Utah on the 16 day of June, John E. Runyan, Attorney for Plaintiffs, 1972, at the hour of 10 oclock a.m. of said day, pursuant to 322 South 300 East the Order of Sale made by the Salt Lake City, Utah, 84111. above entitled court in the above entitled cause the 8 day of May, 25, 1972. Said real estate is situated Dates of publication: May 8 and 15, 1972 in The June 1, in Juab County, Utah, and is Times-NewNephi, Utah particularly described as follows: s, The Southwest Quarter (SW V) of the Northeast Quarter (NE V); The Southeast Quarter (SE U) of the Northwest Quarter (NW MY, the West half ) of the West half (W (W Northwest Quarter (NW &); Vi) of the Southeast Quarter (SE ); the Northeast Quarter (NE 14) of the Southwest Quarter (SW Vi) all in Section Twenty-Nin- e Southeast (29); Quarter (SE Vi) of Section Thirty (30); East half (E H) of the East half (E )! Northwest ) of the NorthQuarter (NW east Quarter (NE ); the Northeast Quarter (NE Vi) of the Northwest Quarter (NW Vi) of Section Thirty-on- e (31) in Township Twelve (12) South, Range One (1) West, Salt Lake Meridian Reserving to the all uranium, NOTICE TO WATER USERS The following applications have been filed with the State Engineer to appropriate water in Juab County State of Utah, throughout the entire year unless otherwise designated. Locations in SLB&M. Lee A. Bird, 41204 Eureka, Utah 84628. 0.033 sec. ft. of water is to be diverted from a spring at a point N. 2110 ft. from the S 4 Cor. Sec. 7, T10S, R2W; and used for the stockwatering of 2 cattle, and used from Apr. 1 to OcL 31 for the irrigation of 2.0 acres in EMsNW& Sec. 18, T10S, R2W. (68-184- 41238 Chad P. Winn, 505 North First West, Nephi, United Utah 84648. 0.015 sec. of wat-Statthorium er is to be diverted from a (53-52- ft or any other material which be determined to be peculiarly essential to the production of fissionable materials; and to it, or persons authorized by it, the right to prospect for, mine and remove the mineral deposits as aforesaid upon compliance with the condition and subject to limitations of the Act of Congress approved August 1, 1946 (60 Stat. 755) is or may well 100-30- 0 18, and 8, 1972. ft. deep at a point ft Protests resisting the granting of these applications with reasons therefor must be filed in duplicate with the State Engineer, 442 State Capitol, Salt Lake City, Utah 84114 on or before July 1 1972. Hubert C. Lambert State Engineer Reserving to the State of Utah all minerals, other than Uranium and Thorium in the above lands and to it, all persons authorized by it, the right to prospect for, mine and remove coal and other minerals from Dates of publication: May 18, the same upon compliance with and 25, and June 1, 1972 in The the conditions and subject to Times-New- s Nephi, Utah OF DELINQUENT ASSESSMENT WORK P. O. Box 276 Delta Utah TO: Wanda Spor, now Wanda Spor Harris, the Administratrix of the estate of George A. Spor, Deceased; Wanda Spor, now Wanda Spor Harris, wife of said George A Spor, Deceased ,at die time of hisdeath; George I. Spur, son of George A. Spor, Deceased; Jerry Spor, son of George A. Spor, Deceased; Glen Spor, son of George A. Spor, Deceased; Myrtle Spor, daughter of George A. Spor, DeDarlene Spor, daughter of George A. Spor, ceased; Deceased; and Helen Spor, daughter of George A. Spor, Deceased. You, and each of you, who are collectively the owners of an d undivided (13) interest in the lode mining claims hereinafter described, are hereby notified that we have expended during the years 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970 and 1971 at least one hundred dollars ($100.00) in labor and improvements upon or upon certain of said claims for the benefit of each of the following described lode mining claims, t: Second 623-006- 20 tf. WE SUPPLY YOUR Business Personals 15 WEDDING GIFT LIST FOR Hard every wedding lltf ware, 66 South Main. 4-- D WEDDING GIFT LIST FOR every wedding at the Nephi Lumber Company, 55 West 2nd 4tf North in NephL PICTURED For Sale CARL HAUPT, CERTIFIFED ELECTRONIC TECHNICIAN TO ENABLE THIS HIGH PERCENTAGE OF REPAIRS, WE CARRY OVER 1250 PARTS IN OUR SERVICE VAN, PLUS THE MOST MODERN AND COMPLETE TEST EQUIPMENT AVAILABLE! IS SHOWING WHY! 17 12 x 60 Mobile home. Double insulation, washer, dryer, storm windows, air conditioning, skirting. Larry Lange, FOR SALE ABOVE CARL'S 29 YEARS OF ELECTRONIC SERVICING EXPERIENCE PROVIDES YOU WITH THE MOST EFFICIENT AND DEPENDABLE SERVICE IN CENTRAL UTAH. TWO-bedroo- WHEN YOU NEED TV SERVICE, FOR PROFESSIONAL SERVICE 623-053- 6. 1 GRADE POLL-e- d FOR SALE Hereford Bull, 15 mos. old. 9 or write RFD Box Call 2122 645, Payson, Utah. CLEAN RUGS LIKE NEW, SO easy to do with Blue Lustre. Rent electric shampooer, $1.00 Chapman Furniture 27 South 21 Main, Nephi 465-300- FOR SALE 1966 PLYMOUTH Hardtop, Belvedere r. new tires $695.00 Clean 12 8 4 or Phone 623-011- 623-135- Whether your health need consist of vrfamins to supplement your dietary needs, special diabetic control we can fully formulas, or your doctor's prescription supply your needs. Our pharmaceuticals are FRESH, with full potency, so you're sure you get full value for and for your health's sake! your dollar Nephi Drug Company We Are Here to Serve Forseys Variety Sfore Phone 623-064- 3 4-- THINK AMERICAN . . CALL D Plumbing and Hardware Phone 623-119- 9 MODERN TECHNOLOGY WITH GOOD OLD FASHIONED COURTESY AND INTEGRITY Mmericsw 1032 SO. STATE. OREM. UTAH 84057 Service HONEJ80M22W34 es N. 100 ft. & W. 1420 from the E Cor. Sec. 19, T12S, R1E; and used for the domestic purposes of one family, stockwatering 20 cows, & 10 horses, and used from Apr. 1 to OcL 31 for the irrigation of .25 ac. in SW)4NE)4 Sec. 19, T12S, R1E. to-wi- Ads fo Buy, Sell, Trade Dates of publication, May 1 Plaintiffs, vs. GERALDINE L. DAVIS, Trustee. HERBERT H. WINN, Four one-thir- N May 25, June DONALD L. BUEHNER, and LICE W. BUEHNER, his wife, JOHN E. RUNYAN, and LELA K. RUNYAN, his wife, NOTICE 445-353- 75-9-- FIFTH DISTRICT THE COURT OF UTAH EM AND FOR JUAB COUNTY IN Page situated in Sections 2 and 3, Township 13 South, Range 12 West, Salt Lake Base & Meridian, and situated on Spor Mountain, in Unorganized Mining DistricL County of Juab, State of Utah, the Original Notices of Location, Amended Notices of Location, and Second Amended Notices of Location, certificates of which are found in the Books and Pages in the Office of the Recorder of said Juab County as above set forth, in order to hold said riaima under the provisions of Section 2324, of the Revised Statutes of the United States, being the amount required to hold said lodes for each of the seven years above mentioned the seven year period ending on the 1st day or September, 1971. And if, within 180 days after the first newspaper publication of this notice, you fail or refuse to contribute your proportion of such expenditures as which amounts to a total of $4,900.00 dollars, your Interests in the claims will become the property of the undersigned who have made the required exsubscribers, your penditures, by the terms of said Section. CHAD SPOR & RAY SPOR rs Date of First Publication: May 11. 1972; Date of Last Publication, August 17, 1972 in The Times-New- s, Nephi, Juab County, Utah.