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JAMES IT. WALLIS tloom 30C-- 8 State Capitol. TnE IS A BOOST. EH FOB. THE AGBICCMTIlAJi AND MI.MiO INTEREST F ' JUAB COUNT V : : t : : CIRCTJLAT-ETHK TIMRS-NEW- 8 THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUXTY AXD IS A VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : H XEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FIU DAY, JUNE 9TH 1022. THE TIMES, VOL. 18, XO 14 CAMPAIGN AGIST HOPPERS LAUNCHED Farming Section Divided to Districts With Captain To Supervise. In- THE NEWS, VOL. 6, XO. 82 Winning the High Jump in Harvard Stadium BASEBALL TIMES-NEW- S m.Mm K OPENED D OFFICERS .CHOSEN ' pnP APTII I CPV I Ull nilMLLLIN NWANIS ULUd Urges Respect for Law and Points Out Dangers of Lax Methods a Oiimv Commissioner Favors Mt. Ncbo As Game Preserve. och1 Team Lmo First Game To Gun nison. Promising Xew Material On Local. Line-u- p Expect To Schedule Ganin Each Vpk. Orton Durham, Selected As Captain-Sixty-F- ive Men Are Sworn In. J. W. Cherry, prominent Mt. Pleas-authe Attorney and who is an aspirant after A survey of the grasshopper Battery E of the 145 Field Artill for a position on the Utah Supremo came Gunnison when the noon, boys is now the official designation of shows that certain sections ery, Bench was the principal speaker at up and met the home team on the unit of the State Artillery, the In the irrigated districts of the coun. local Nephi f . luncheon Kiwanis the held I; consider, .... The diamond. regular game, . work of having each enlisted the tq are seriously infested with hopat noon the hour Monday during tie ng the limited amount of practice per's and that unless a campaign Forrest Hotel. His talk was well re man sworn in was accompnsnea home team hashad, and the new Prince. them be started at once great the ceived by about forty members of the Monday evening by Majormen mber that has bee brought forward. in the There are sixty five damage will result. club and a few special guests. was a fair exhibition of the national and an effort will be made unit, Nephi Farmers from the infected areas pastime. Gunnison won by a score a forceful in told Attorney Cherry Viritifr " niimhflr ii n in nhmit. nina- around Nephi met at the Court of 11 to 2 in their favor, but for mau.ner some of the needs of tne tr, "! iha , ,,, .. camly men in me iuiure. n is more House on June 7th to outline a ...ij the first five innings the scorewas probable that the boys will go paign against this pest and adopted quite evenly divided. Bert Olpin was try town, stating that leadership in than to Lewis in July for the an Camp is etc. the following plans which all pereons n the box the first half of fie game largelaw, business, medicine, nual encampment. to are in asked "Leadthis district ly recruited from the country. farming and pitched excellent ball until the Officers for the new support to the end that the damage fifth innings, when partly due to a ership in the great cities has come each of whom are former organization. service men from hoppers may be kept at the number of errors several runs were in a large measure from the country were chosen as follows. Captain T. minimum: said the towns." speaker. scored. Mont Sperry was then sent Mr. Cherry also spoke in praise of O. Durham, 1st Lieutenants Spencer 1st That the infested areas be to the mound, but the Gunnison play Rellis Q. Dorius, 2nd the average man who posseses poise, E. Forrest, and made into districts with a supervisor ers could not be held down and the Brent D Hall. Lieutenant one sense and who is common and to the total given over each area, that every land ow- score was increased The present High school building This remarkable action photograph of Le Roy Brown.of Dartmouth not emotional. Such people are the athletic meet ner be asked to treat his land with above. Glen Worthington, was on the has been secured for quarters, and a College, winner of the high jump at the balance wheel of the nation. The in the Harvard stadium on May 27, shows the Dartmouth lads are not poison bran mash and arsenate of receiving end for the Nephites and will be taken in the near future lease greatest possession a man can have bids fair to make good in the posit"cake eaters," "tea hounds," Or "spineless molly coddles." lead spray. state authorities. the by common is remarked sense" the spea 2nd That, if possible, treatment ion. Paul Grace and Stanford Rees is a list of the young The following is who one a and leader ker, "great of the infested lands be made com- on first, Marcus Burton, on third and men in the organiwho have enlisted catches the view point of the masses Leland Belliston in the right field. pulsory. zation: GRIST OF WEEKLY MENTION OF man PERSONAL as a who The booster poses are who all promising young players That a central mixing station v 3rd Steve Allen, Grant Allen, Loyal must above all have common sense be located and all poison for treat- will undoubtedly make good with RmUh Adnma Paul --- --Afiln- Brftcken. .1 not to to seek and stimulate others practice and experience. With uroaaneua u. n. HAPPENINGS PEOPLE BUSY LtVAN NEPHI'S uroaaneaa, spencer ing be mixed by one committee to in - more do the impossible. If the would be sure a uniform quality to each coop- this new blood in the lineup there is Daken Broadhead, Delbert Broadhead common not sense booster does posess anocourse no reason in of the why erator. he is a hinderance to the community. Carl Bowles. Geo F Bowles, Leroy 4th That the campaign begin on ther season this city should not be to Mr. Cherry there was Belliston, Loran Belliston, Delos BurErMr. and Mrs. Roy Jackman pleas- According Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Dounelly of June 14th and continue for 10 days. able to have an excellent home town never a time when religion, politics, ton, Frank Bale, Vermeil Beck, aggregation. nest Salt Lake are spending a week in tbis ingly entertained at Luncheon Sun- and the John Charles Christison, Bailey, Committee Selected: was in need of I. M. Petty, Bryan Petty, Robert 2 present were sane and government Christensen, Asahel Chrlstensen John 1st. To solicit Aid from county: Park and Asa Petty were the only city visiting with Mrs., Fred Sorensen day at o'clock. Those thinking people as at pres A M. Jackman, Mr. Mr. A. Mrs. and Cooper, Lavor Carter, Donald J. W. Paxman Harry Beagley. ent. members of last years team who play Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hlatt of Black and Mrs. Earl Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Cartwright Hebor C Chase, 2nd Oraguizations and mixing: ed Wednesday. topic discussed by A fair sized crowd at the bonis Erick Peteson, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. theAnother vital foot, Idaho, are Crane, Felt Golden, Ivan - Golden, was for A. E. Smith, A. F. Bracken. the peo necessity came out, which 'would have been of Mr and Mrs Tvisiting speaker L Smith this week Jackman, Air. and Mrs. J. A. Bosh, M Goldsbrough, to come to an appreciation in a A B Gibson 3rd Supervising Districts; No. 1, larger had the game been more ex Mr. and Mrs. Lee S. Jackman, Mr. ple C. Hall, Ivor Hall, Lynn Perry concrete toward their gov Sections from Mont'Whitmores north tensively advertised. duty Geo. D. ee Miss Nell Davis of Hind L. Hoyt, Grant Jones, Snd Mrs. Ivan C. Dalby, Mr. and Mrs. ernment. way "It is the duty of citizens Hague, Will Gene and west to J. L. Bellistons. V. H. officiated as umpire. With is spending a few ,'rank Taylor, and Ralph Jackman. to Bert Lunt, Lunt, Allan Mc- officials to Belliston. public give sympathetic Is from the fans there good support of Mrs Jas Garrett SsL Clarence Ord, Art Ostler, Geo Cune, guest aid not so and constructive 2 and much No. J. L. Belliston's north and no reason why we cannot have a l?!5te i Erick Peterson, a former merchant adverse criticism" Ostler Roy Ostler, Horace Ostler, Carl west to county Road J H Lunt emphasized the spe game every Wednesday afternoon Miss Beatrice Gibson, refarflSaVot Levan', Is aeatil establishing an up Ostler, Ray Ockey, Walter Olpin. He admitted that our legal sys No 3 County Road north and during the summer months, especial home from S..it Lake City to date grocery and meat market here aker. Bert Olpin Arthur V Pyper, Loran tem was and im political west to field ditch No. 5 W. H. ly now a half holiday has been de- where yesterday machinery she attended the University The construction of the necessary Park, Loris Park, Floyd Painter Ray of Brown peo mond clared. now underway and be ex- perfect but it is the duty in the Utah the past winter. is of Pace Stanford Gene building a with No 4 Field Dich 5 to North-Wbeing responsible The following is a list of the local lurge Sperry, Geo C Sperry, Rees, pects to commence business within ple Clyde Shaw, measure with the O. Pay present in disrespect M. I. players yesterday's game. Miss Flora Parkes has returned thirty days for law, and said wo should culti Loran Tolley, Spencer Tolley, Jack Every farmer is urged to be on his Petty, R. .Park, Bryan Petty, Asa from Provo where she has pursued a vate a regard for the men and women Tolley, Glen Worthgton Adrian Wartoes to start this campaign on the Petty. Bert Olpin, Glen Worthington Miss Floy Shepherd to who hold ner returned normal course at the Brigham Young responsible positions. first day and to see that during the Stanford Rees, Paul Grace Marcus Salt Lake City Tuesday after a three D. H. Aladsen, State Fish and Game nine days following every hopper on Burton, Mont Sperry, and Leland University. weeks visit here with her parents and Commisloner was also a special gue.U his premises be given several chan- Belliston relatives Mrs. Thornlck of Idaho Falls, and told of the attitude of the state PRIZE TO BE GIVEN ces to get a fatal dose of poison will came to Nephi yesterday and n the propogation of fish and game Organization of other sections will Mrs Peter Larsen is a Salt Lake be the guest of her sister Mrs Clara FOB BEST ESSAY in this section. Commissioner Mad be made as rapidly as there Is demand BARBECUE BIG SUCCES- SCity visitor this week. Park for a short time. sen stated personally he was in favor for aid from them of setting apart the entire area of Mt. LARGE CROWD ATTEND There will be a misionary farewell Lewis, the young son of Mr. and Nebo. as a game preserve. Preside.it party tomorrow nigat at the Emro in Mrs. M H Alangelson suffered a pain George D. Haymond was in charge All aspiring young authors or essay. SERVICE STAR LEGION honor of Leland H Vickers, who will ful accident the past week when he of the program and stated that a ists of Juab County are urged by the soon leave for the mission field. fell from a breaking an arm. canvas had been made of the busin local post of the American Legion to The Barbecue staged Friday even PROGRAM MONDAY Max Chrlstensen, son of Mr. and Mrs ess section enter the Legion's national essay and that the business ing by the Boy Scout organizations, will be a Temple excursion Henry Christensen suffered a similiar were In favor of a Contest and compete for the three half ho!l was a big success from every angle to There weekly Mantl June 14th, under the aus- accident when he accldently fell from day. grand national .prizes amounting to A large crowd which filled the librWard Genelogical a bridge, breaking an arm. of the $1500.00, or for the state prizes to be pices Nephl The Service Star Legion will give ary grounds were present, and the Committee. All members of Juab in each state, which will be a given its monthly program next Monday af demand for beef sandwiches was a- - Stake are cordially invited to go. Miss lone Jennings, is reported to silver medal for first prize and a A ternoon in the Commercial Club bove par for about two hours. WILT ANDERSON KILLS have undergone an operation at a Salt bronze medal for second prize. rooms at 4 p. m. The members of long line of customers, kept about Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Orme have re Lake Hospital from a serious case of The subject for the essay will be the organization are requested to be twenty young men and women busy turned from Salt Lake and will re appendicitis Thursday. BIG BEAR NEAR MT, NEBO "How the American . Her parents Legion Can choice beef. the Under the An is exten also serving invitation present. main here for the summer. Mr. Orme Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Jennings were Best Serve the Nation" and the conded to the general public to attend. supervision of "Happy Jack" the big has been a student of the L. D. S. called there Wednesday evening. test is open to all boys and girls besteer was cooked to a queen's taste. School The following Is the program: two Music 18 years. of the years. psst Last Thursday afternoon while en tween tho ages of 12 and Vocal Solo "The Flag Without A After the barbecue, a dance which E. G. Bosh and Miss Helma John Essays will not be over in getting out logs near the inclusive.. gaged Stain" Mrs. Allle Belliston packed the Arlington was given under Thomas Ingram, Alonzo Ingram, son of Glenn's Ferry, Idaho, were head of Tryon Canyon, Walter And 500 words In length, and all essays Reading by Miss Onelta Rees the auspices of the scouts. Josle Levan visitors during the past week erson, noted hunter and trappe.'. to be considered must be in the hands Maud Ingram and Miss Miss Address by Attorney P. N. Anderson Monto Salt Lake motored a large Cinnlmon Bear, of the Legion posts not later than Chapman Vocal Solo By Alius Arvilla Lunt Mr. and .Mrs. Earl Peterson and bumped into LADIES OF NEI'HI midnight of August 1. 1922. County by 700 day. They were accompanied about weighing "The Observance of Law a duty of ATTENTION MONA AND LEVAX BenJ. MIdgley of Salt Lake. family of Ogden are the guests of for Anderson he had pounds.his Lucky judges will be selected to decide on r trns along Citizenship" Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Peterson this 32 the best essay from each county. special which he brought In to week. In Miss Ethel Richert, specialist went to Salt Mrs. Albert Sells, with the result that Mr. Bear was and three strife judges then select the J. H. Carter, County Surveyor of work from the Lake City where she will low with a bullet through b'n two best essays from the state at Juab County was In Salt Lake City home demonstration of yesterday Herben Malmgren returned to Ida laid will Utah, College Agricultural Is Mr. Anderson brnuirht who neck. tli.i large. The Nephl post will be glad to husband her meet returning Monday and Tuesday attending the visit ho Monday.- He was accompanied by hide which next and many contestants as possible Thursday Nephl Friday Mrs. Mr. and Idaho. from Shelley. convention of American Engteers. ij a perfect specimen into "M from Juab County, nd Information June 15th and 16th, Mona June 17ta Sells, will then return to this city his sister Ruby and Walter Francom town. and 18th, and Levan June 2t0h and where they will enjoy their summer regarding Ilie contest may be had A Levan base ball organization has from E. R. Khaw, post commander, or 21st. Miss Richert, will give the vacation here. Mr. Sells, has been MILLS LOCALS KNUAGEM ENT ANNOUNCED Will L. Hoyt, post adjutant. ladies of these towns special instruc employed the past three years In the been affected and some real ball The games are expetced to follow; tions in the making of paper dress Shellpy public schools. At the end of each essay the follow town ahs boasted of good teams In forms. Cutting and remodeling of Ing pledge must be Inserted and sign went to Pierce Salt Lake Sylvester the past and the liberal support of Mr. and Mrs. James B. Riches a.i. ed: The place clothes, and millinery. "I hereby pledge my word of a the City Sundny for a few days visit. at entertained Mrs. Earl Carter will for holding these meetings have not townspeople materially help nounce the engagement of the'r honor that I lave written this essay honor in In been but It Is probable they lawn party Saturday evening maintaining a good team at presen daughter Florence, to J. R. Ostl' myself." Nerve Hansen sepnt .Monday In will arranged,In be held the various school of her husband. The porty was in Let everybody boost. the marriage to take place the latt 'r Nephl. the for a guest of nature the surprise each Part of June. The bride is one of tiie place. The meet buildings of of honor. Games and music were en The Levan Junior Band are prepar. popular young ladies of this city a:..l Mr. George Azuma went to Sal ings here will more than likely be EUGENE HARRIS FOUND were joyed and dainty refreshments ing to assist in making the Fourth a recent graduate from the local High Lake City Saturday returning to Mill held In the High school building. served to the following guests: Mr. of July celebration a rousing success. school. The young man Is a son of Tuesday. NOT GUILTY and Mrs. Geo. Duckworth, Fern BowMr. and Mrs. W. P. Ostler and is o.ie NEW 8 E RIAL STORY Edna Boswell, Eleda Garrett, Nell A. J. Izatt a former teach In the of the les, men HTAItTS of THIS ISHl'K the young progressive Mr. and Mrs. A. U Curtis Mr. and Garrett. public schools here paid a brief visit community. Davis of Hinckley, Edith s Mrs. John Williams and Mr. and Boswell, Gowers. Clarence Edgar at Levan Tuesday, returning to his "Tho Big Muskeg" by Victor Rous The jury In the notorious Harris Mrs. J. E. Robertson motyired to in nonor or ner husband s uirthd-seau, is the new serial story which Elgin Garrett. Carl Howies. LavT! home In Moroni Wednesday murder case which has been heard Nephl Monday evening. Mrs Earl Mr and and Garrett Cfrtr Mrs. Earl Carter, entertained at h sr the past week In Salt Lake City on a s the offers Us readers this Miss Grace Shepherd Is the house home Tuesday evening. A fine time change of venue from this district. Mr. Dean Howard spent Monday week, the first Installment commen Mrs. Florence was enjoyed by those present, and a brought in a verdict yesterday afterTwo young men have recently re- guest of her sister clng In this Ipnue. The story dala In Nephi. delicious luncheon was served at noon of not guilty in the case of Eugwith Canadian railroad building, and ceived calls to do misionary work for Ilosoqulst. 11.30 to the following: Mr. and Mrs. ene Harris, chargd with the murder Mr, and Mrs. J arm Andrews spen the thrilling experiences on the life the L. D. S. church and will leave Lenord Neilson of Salt Lake City A. V. Gadd, .Mr. and Mrs. Theo C, of Jesse Cone. of the North are told In an extremely soon for thHr fields of labor. In the first trial held Wednesday at their farm In Mills. Leland Vickers. son of S. T. Vick- visited with her sister Mrs. C. A Carter, Mr and Mrs Vern Stanley. Mr. here, the Jury found a verdict of Interesting manner. The author has and ltalph Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Wal- - guilty of second degree murder, and Mr, and Mrs. A. L. Curtis were In woven around the story a fascinating ers, will leave here June 12th, for Mangolson Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Bryan Pet- - the defendant was sentenced to twen love story of the passions and love Salt and will remain there until June Nephl Saturday on business. Miss Pearl Pierce hns gone to Eur ty, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Duckworth, Mt. ty years In prison. of strong men and women. Mr. Rous lth. He will labor In the NorthAn appeal was . . . . . m . r e eka to spend the summer. jvirs. jas uar - made to the supreme 1 ourt for a "" Mr. and Mrs. Ram Azuma arrived seau, knows life from experience, and western States Mission. He is a rett Sr.. Mrs. Lynn Jackson, Thea new trial, which was granted, with has been a keen student. He In the of the local High school. In Mills Tuesday from Japan. Mr. and Mrs, Loran Carter return author of many books and his public Bowers, Nell Davis Mrs. Robert Gar- - the result as given above. Roy Ostler son of Mr. and Mrs nd to tbelr home In Provo Sunday rett, Hortense Carter, Gne!l Carter. Read the first installment Geo. O. Ostler and who recently Mr. A. J. Bowers Jr, of the C. W is large. Miss Luclle Forrst Is visiting in from the Nephl H!gh Srhool aftvr a pleasant visit with relative Maxine tarter, Dell Carter Glen Car and Machine Co. was In Mills Tups of this great story which appears in ler ana Mr and Mrs fcarl Carter Issue. this Provo this week. will leaver early in July for Holland. here. day. The first base ball game of y 1922 season opened Wednesday : ?.f v U. J -- I inter-collegia- te Hay"-mon- d, days-tijiJS- i ' . . . . -- see-sa- m-- n pl-i- -- . Times-New- lace-Cart- er, .1 grau-uat- grad-miate- I d -- I . '