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THE IS A WKJMT. Ell FOR THE AGRICULTURAL AND MINING INTEREST 'F : : : JUAB COUNTY : t CIRCULATTHE TIMES-NEW- S ES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTV AND IS A VALUABLE ADVK.UTISING MEDIUM, s SPLENDID DONE 1 ON HOMAS W. CRAWLEY DIES IN BOY SCOUT JAMBOREE LOS ANGELES NEXT FRIDAY ROAD GOOD WOMAN 10 8 THE NEWS, VOL. 6, NO 80 NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, MAY 26TH, 1022. THE TIMES, VOL 18, NO. 13 TIMKS-NKW- GALLED GREAT BEYOND CLEAN CITY CAMPAIGN-BO- SCOUTS BEGIN Y MEMORIAL DAY ACTIVE WORK 10 BE OBSERVED Some of the public grounds and nave Deen Mrs. Geo. A. Allen, Wife of Postmas many private Homes cleaned up and kept in apple pie orWen ter After Allen, Thursday der since tae commencement of the March To Cemetery Where Kiwanians Did Real ComSeveral Weeks Illness. clean City campaign. In most cases Graves o! Heroes Will Re where improvement and clean up has munity Service on Road' ceive Military Honors been made it is tracable to the activMonday After a heroic struggle "for several ity of the boy scouts la that particweeks in which she Buffered from a ular district. The boys have been of diseases, Mrs Sarah vieiug with each other in getting complication The Kiwanis Club canyon road day Arrangements for the public ob Ann Bailey Allen, wife of Postmaster their immediate premises and neigh servance of Memorial Day at Nephl was a huge success and the road Geo. A. Allen, passed away Tuesday borhood iu shape before beginning leading from the forks of the canyon afternoon surrounded by her family the active campaign as group organi have been completed this week by the to the Nebo Park is now one of the and immediate relatives. High hopes zations. Next week the competition local post of the American Legion, best in the county. This condition had been entertained that her health for the prizes ottered by the civic and appointed some time ago by Mayor T. was brought about by the loyal comwould be restored, as s'ae seemed to social clubs of the city will begin in C. Winn to take charge of the exer cises. munity service of 24 members of the Legion has been assisted rally and feel much better only a earnest. If you find a tag hung on in theirThework local Kiwanis Club, who led by Ranby the Service Star came. end time before the short your front door knob asking you tP ger Christensen, donated a days labor was born in this city look over your premises and see if Legion and the hope Is expressed by The deceased In raking and removing every loose both organizations forty nine years ago, the eldest any improvement can be made in the the members of rock the entire distance of nearly five will work united the that community L. A. Bail Mrs. Mr. of and daughter appearance of same, you will know ly for a proper observance of the day miles. They were loyally assisted by commun of this ey, pioneer residents some boy scout has been looking them to Bert Coulson and Geo Latimer, wio the end especially that the rising ity. She was married early in life over and has discovered something with their team and scraper repaired to Geo. A. Allen, who survives her, that he thinks can be improved, and gneration shall learn of the true sig the bridge near Red Creek so that nificance of tae day which we devote together with one son Albert B. Allen that if attended to will increase the to it now is in good passable condition rendering homage to our dear ones Lois Relia and and two daughters, points to be checked in favor of his who have been called to leave this In the evening the wives of the is also survived by her parents. troop. Read the She on checking points members came up to the ranger statand the following brothers and sis tie tag and look around. Your own stage of existance, and to those brave ion where luncheon was served to the sons, dear to us all,' who gave their Thomas Wm. ters, Bailey, Bishop appreciation of cleanliness and beauty lives in the World's War. hungry and tired workers Jennie L. Mrs. A. Bailey Jr, Bailey, will Indicate at once what particular The members of the club who were The Legion makes special request Beck, JVlrs. Alvln Bowles, all of this point or points can be most easily on the job at 8 a. m. until the work man, whether and Mrs made on' your premises and the ad that every Russell Mrs. Bertha city. was completed are as follows, this or not, be out in , members the of post Mrs of Lake Salt Snarr Pearl City. joining sidewalks and streets, and list including those who could not at Rose Boyer of Springvllle, W H Bail don't fail to take Immediate action uniform and take part In the march, Tom Crawley, as he was always everybody. tend but sent a man to represent to the cemetery. T. Orton Durham Schedule of events for track and ey of Sterling and Reed Bailey of and thus help the scout troop of will be in charge of the "company. them. President Geo. D. Haymond, known by his friends here was high- field meets. Logan. your district to win the big prize for All boy scouts of the town are expectDr. N. J. Rees,' J. H. Lunt, Spencer ly respected by all who knew him, Scout Meet Funeral services will be held from which it is working good 1 50 ed to be present and take part in the Forrest, E. R. Forrest, Herman Man for his genialThisdisposition andwith 2 m. y dash. . yard at p. the Tabernacle a paper joins Everybody is interested in making line of march. ' gelson, W. C. Andrews, Russ Haw fellowship. -- 100 dash yard of and host friends here in relatives cleanest and most Nephi the kins, J. W. Whitmore, June Kendall The first exercises of the day will 3 880 dash beautiful little city in the State be the dedication of the service Dennis Wood A. B. Gibson, Gerald extending to the bereaved family its 4 Knotyard star tieing relay (6 scouts) Let's make our interest an active one planted in flowers just north of the LEVAN'S NEWS ITEMS Pyper, Jos. E Ostler, A. P. Christen sincere sympathy. 5 880 yard reay (10 scouts) behind movement in the and real get sen, Mayor T. C. Winn, A. W. Clyde National Bank by the ladies of -- Broad jump. earnest. A little activity on the part Nephi Geo. V. Garrett, I. M. Petty, A. F. This will the Service Star Legion. 7 High jump. OF THE WEEK of every citizen along these lines take place promptly at 10:00 o'clock. Bracken, A E. Smith, T. H. Burton, M. I. A. PROGRAM 8- Pole vault. coupled with the scrap the boy scouts A short program will then be given J. N C Pexton, John Richardson. -- Shot put. are making for the prizes offered, will in the Tabernacle. Mayor T. C. Winn SUNDAY EVENING 10 Fireman's ' lift relay. make a wonderful difference in the will preside. The following Is the M. I. A. The death of Mrs. Edith Grant appearance of our City in a very program: 1 50 dash yard JUDGE 0. CALL Malmgren, at Twin Falls, Idaho short time. -- 100 Song . . "America" . . Congregation The program for the conjoint ses yard dash In connection with the Clean City Prayer . Tuesday morning has cast a gloom Prest. T. D. Rees -- 3 legged race. sion of the M. I. A. of this city will heartfelt and over this community Campaign let us not forget the first Song, "A Soldier's Rosary" Mildred PASSED AWAY be given Sunday evening in the Tab 4 Sack race. sympathy goes out to the bereaved and second individual loving cup pri Ellison ernacle. The program being furnih 5 Standing broad jump. Mrs zes being offered for the best display Address husband, parents and family. '. . J. W: Boud 6 Rope climb. ed by the South ward to commence old nineteen is the years of summer flowers, and in cleaning Musical Selection Mrs. Diane G Booth Malmgren 7 440 yard relay race (6 men) at 8 p. m. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John A. up and improving the appearance of Miss Mercl Goldsbrough eccross creek. (10 men) Grant, Judge J. D. Call, of Brigham City, Opening Prelude Viola Wrorthington 8Tug and was happily married to our homes, let's include a plot L. P. Anderson Song Utah, well known in thiB city and a Opening Song "High on the Mountain Capt South Ward Team Paul Booth. Mr. Herben Malmgren, son of Mr. and these flowers and enter the contest Reading "In Flanders' Field" and former school teacher here, passed Capt Nephi Ward Team 'J. W. Boud. Mrs. Edwin Malmgren last Novem for these prizes. This will Tops" help in a "America's Answer" Miss Geneaway at his home Saturday night fol. Prayer Bishop A. H. Belliston Capt. North Ward Team Gerald Pyper ber. Shortly after the young people'i genera Iway to beautify the City and vieve Grovor. lowing a short illness due to an at Song, South School 6th grade Stu marriage they moved to New Amster will give us each an individual inter Song Arthur V. Pyper tack of pneumonia. dents, direction of W. H. Warner. dam, where they had leased a large est in the contest. Let's all pull to Prayer Bishop A. H. Belliston Judge Call, early in life taug'at Reading CANDIDATE Park FOR and like U. were Evelyn S. farm and doing nicely gether. At the close of the program the school in Nephi, and during his stay By Souti Ward M. I. A. Chorus bolt of lightening out of a clear order of march to the cemehere became engaged to iMiss Lula Song following "The Palms." SENATOR VISITS NEPHI sky this sudden death occurred. Mrs. will prevail: Color Guard, ser tery Bryan, daughter of Attorney W. A. C Reading Orson Cazier Malmgren has been one of Levan COMMENCEMENT vice men, scouts, (marching) follow, jjryan, wuom ne later married. Talk J. M. Christensen most loved young Ladies and was al ed by the following in cars: Civil War to Brigham City, Judge Instrumental Selection Helen Cowan Moving ways smiling and spreading good EXERCISES HELD Veterans, Service Star, I. O. O. F-- , Call, entered the practice of law in Ernest Bamberger Republican Nat cheer. Verda Bachelor, and Leila Batch As a community worker she Kiwanis, tae general public. which he became very successful, and accomional Committeeman for Utah, elor. was closely identified with Sunday At the cemeteries a memorial sal was elected judge of that district In . .Sixth Grade Students panied by E H Cailister, speaker of School Closing Song was in the officer an work, ute will be fired and taps sounded at 1916, a position he held for four Benediction B. " Cowan the House of Representatives, of the Young Ladies Mutual Improvement P. closed a the grave of each deceased service The schools of this He is survived by his wife years. last legislature and Paul E. Baker, of association and in other similar or- successful season's workcity yesterday. man of the World's War. Also a and eleven children the youngest Salt Lake City, passed through here she took a prominent Exercises for the Junior High were volley will be fired in honor of Mr. NEPHI BOY MAKES GOOD being three years of age. His father a few days ago on their way home ganizations stu model waa a held in the Tabernacle Wednesday Neils Skeem, who died in action and part. In school she in law W A C Bryan was at his bed' from a trip to Southern Utah. While dent and having completed the High evening, and last night in the Venice whose body was not brought home, side when the end came. here Mr. Bamberger, visited a num School work here she attended the theatre for the Seniors, there being and a final volley will be fired in Funeral services were held in Herman Winn, son of Mayor T. C. ber of the prominent Republicans, as was register thirty young men and wormen who honor of veterans of Brigham City, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Winn, who last fall resigned from it Is generally understood that Mr. Nephi High School and previous wars. received diplomas for the four year The Legion post will also place a John Richardson, and Mrs. Spencer the office of the State Road Engineer Bamberger will be an active candi ed as a senior at that school. The entire community mourns her course. The programs were given in bronze grave marker at the Forrest of this city attended the In Salt Lake to accept a position in date this year for the Republican of loss and her large immediate family each Instance as outlined in our last each deceased World's War grave funeral. veteran. the Engineer's office of the Harbor nomination for United States Senator. are heartbroken. issue. Splendid addresses were given and will record their names as hondepartment at San Pedro, California, Mr. Bamberger, is one of the big Impressive funeral services were by Watler Adams of Provo Wednes orary charter members of the Nephl has been promoted to the position of men of the State being actively en- held SERVICE ST AH LEGION in the Ward Chapel Thursday day evening, and by Karl Hopkins of Post. ELECT OFFICERS inspector of buildings in the City of gaged in the livestock and mining afternoon. Ogden at the Venice. Los Angeles, and is now located at business, and is also vice chairman A feature of the program last night the Municipal building there, having of the Board of Regents of the Uni The schools of Levan were fitting was the awarding of the honor pin, THE ENGLISH SPARROW At the annual meeting of tae Ser the special duty of checking plans versity of Utah. He is a young man with a large the recipient this year being Stanclosed Wednesday vice Star Legion held Thursday after for proposed structures In that fast of push and energy and has a large ly a School of Rees class. Junior the ford grade exhibit, High Sophomore noon in the High School Building, the growing metropolis. Herman has grasp on ''the business affairs and dance and an Eighth Grade Commen- Mr. Rees has been an active member following officers were elected to written his parents here that build needs of the state. He Is a Utah cement. Considerable is due in school affairs, having been editor If anyone thinks that the English .serve for the coming year. President lng permits calling for expenditures product having been born, and grown the various teachers for credit the excellent of the school paper, and manager of sparrow is not a destructive and Mrs Gerald Cazier, 1st Vice President averaging more than half a million to manhood in Salt Lake City success achieved. The High School sports, and has also taken an active costly pest he would do well to look Mrs D O Miner, 2nd Vice President dollars dally are Issued from this If Mr. Bamberger Is a candidate display was a special feature and part in the plays given by the school. under some or prune Mrs Spencer Forrest, Secretary Mrs office before the Republican State Conven- showed the real practical work of the A short time ago he was voted the tree which plum,be cherry may growing In his L. W. Evans, Corresponding Secretary tion this fall, he will have Btrong school In preparing the girls and most popular young man In school yard and see the ground strewn with Mrs. J W Ellison, Treasurer Mrs J W support from his party In this county, boys for the dally problems con- by the student body members. the blossoms from these trees. Inves MONTHLY ACTIVITY Mrs. Wm. Historian Morgan Brough, It Is said. fronting them In the home and on tigation has shown that trees la all OF THE M. L A Mrs. E. R. Forrest, the retiring presi. the farm. Clyde Olpin, motored from Salt sections of the fiuit growing acreas dent, in a few remarks thanked the Lake to this city Sunday and spent of the county have been seriously DIES IN PROVO HOSPITAL retiring officers for the support they Mrs. Henry Malmgren of Spanish the day with his parents. plucked" by the sparrows this year Next Monday afternoon the Stake 4 ad given her during the first yea and trees that would otherwise have Fork, is visiting relatives residing and local officers and teachers will of the organization.' County Agent Smith, W. H. Brown, borne a heavy crop have had from At the Provo Hospital, Tuesday here. hold their monthly activity at the and Seth McPherson, left yesterday 40 to 98 per cent of it being taken a of this resident Lusero, city Joseph Mt. behind Nebo. station ranger The Beehive Girls and the Boy for Provo, Utah, where they will sel by them. A DOUBLE W EDDING of Each must look after their passed away a victim to cancer Scouts rendered a pleasing mixed ect and purchase two pure bred Jer These fruits are among tie choic WEDNESDAY own person was Lusero stomach. Mr. the fifty transportation and lunch baske sey Bulls for the! rdalry herds here. est of our production. of cge at the time of his death. program Sunday evening Because they ye.tr and meet at the forest stat ranger Mr. and Mrs. Edward Krndall ion at 4 p. m. They will also look over the district are the earliest they are first to suffollowed he several For sheepyears afternoon announce the marriages of t r dau umcers, teacners Monday Ralpj Barnes is moving his fam with a view of purchasing pure bred fer and suffer worst perhaps, but if. ana members are herding as an occupation but of late this pest Is allowed to go who knows ghter Wrg Isabelle Whitmore, to Mr urged by the Stake Superintendency be has been identified with mining. lly hack toNepbl this week. He ex hogs. but what It will make inroads on the Fredolf Larson of Eureka, and their to make an effort to be there. having Incorporated the Lusero Min- pects to spend the summer at the tal Day celebration has been made. apple crop and the piach crop as son Paul P. Kendal, to Miss Mamie ing Company some time ago. He Is B. Y. U. Summer School. During the forenoon all graves will well. No one can estimate the damage Johns of Provo, Utah. Both wedd survived by his wife, Mrs. Jane LusMrs. Laura Ingram, went to Salt ero. and one son Martin Mrs. John A. Booth Jr, entertained be cleaned oft and nicely decorated already done to the fruit crop this Ings took place in Manti that of th Lusero, her school classes at her home Thur with special tribute paid to the grav year by these birds. They will conlast named being solemnized In th Lake yesterday. both living In Nephl. es of soldiers and veterans. Memor tinue their harvesting of fruit until sday. Mantl Temple. This paper joins with L. E. Dunning of Twin Falls ial Day services will be held at 2 o' the grain begins repenlng then their many friends here In ex ten din they a former resident of this city DRIVES A COUPLE OF will help harvest that, unless someSupt Ray Stewart conducted the clock at the ward meeting house. congratulations. The young peopl Idaho, WELLS AT STARR eighth grade examinations here Fri is were accompanied to Manti by Mr was a visitor to Nephl Tuesday. Mr done. thing Mrs. H. C. L. Jorgenson is attain at No one man can rid a day. and Mr. Edward Kendall and Mr. Dunning reports that conditions i community com Mr. of this are not Idaho Hobbs, home Loyd at city a after very good presen prolonged visit at Ne of this pest. It requires a cooperatKarl Kellerstrass. two flow work of due to the big slump In farm lan pleted the Hans Anderson and wife are spend phi, with the daughter Mrs. Ann ive effort with systematic and driving patient ing wells near Starr this week. One lng the week at Provo, with their Wright. work carriad on by each member of Mrs. Alice Golden went to Salt values, and poor price for crops. road constru was of wells the for the Hattie Mrs, the will she where visit Lake Saturday daughter Wright. By this means comcommunity. Allied Poppy Day Mrs. Martha Franoom Is visiting at plete control has been had In some Pop ction company and the other for Bis with her daughter Mrs. Harry Rus- on Both M. of will Goshen. les be E. sale on the streets, an hop Earranback It can be had here if we are places. sel. She was accompanied there by Jennings returned from Salt Provo. wells are flowing at the rate of 100 Lake Monday where he had gone to every person Is expected to wear on Mr Russell. willing to work for It. In honor of Flanders' field. The gallons per minute. Mr. Hobbs has receive medical treatment for an In Mrs. Maud Francom was called to Write or phone the County Agent hvanston the week end, because of at the Court House If Interested Mr. and Mrs. Cheater Foote," re. price will be 10c the proceeds to be been very sucresful in this line and jured leg. and the serious Illness of her mother Mr. see that some control measures are turned to Nephl from Snake Valley applied to the soldier memorial fun has done considerable of this class of In this city. work the past year In this valley. undertaken. Preparations for a fitting Meraor- - Atoslander. Funeral services were held in Los Angeles Wednesday, over the remains Track and Field Meet at City Ball of Thomas W. Crawley, who passed Park Next Friday Barbecue in ' away Saturday morning following an The Evening attack of pneumonia. The deceased was born in Nephl in June, 1871, and was married early "Every Boy Scout in Uniform by in life to Miss Julia Linton of this uly 1st, 1922" is the slogan of the with whom survived he is city, by scout organization of Juab Stake. the following ".children, Loraine, El The above slogan represents a big len, Lyman and Emerson. He is also financial problem which can be solsurvived by the following brothers ved only by the hearty support, both and sisters: Mrs. Hezekiah Carter, moral and financial, of every indiviMrs. James E. Memmott, and Mrs. dual in the stake. The support rece Robert Lomax of Nephi, Mrs. Alex ived so far In the campaign is very Gourley of Eureka, Joseph Crawley, gratifying & points to the ultimate Mrs E J Hall, and Mrs. T. H. Carter success of the As a undertaking. of Prove means of securing funds the scout For ten years the family lived in officials are planning a big scout day Eureka, when they moved to Provo, for Friday, June 2nd, the program as where they resided for 13 years, and planned is as follows: on account of the failing health of 1.30 to 2.00 p. m. Scout Parade on the deceased, they moved to Los Main Street. 2.00 p. m. Scout track and field Angeles about fifteen months ago. At his bedside when the end came meet at the North Square. 6.30 to 7.30 p. m. M. I. A. inter were his sister Mrs. E. J. Hall, and ward track meet on main street .Mrs Phy-liVilate Miss David, children, Mangum, and Melvin Mangum. No one under advanced senior class Mr, and Mrs. T. H. Carter, and Mr eligible to compete. 7.30 to 9.00 Big Barbecue on main Joseph Crawley, left here Tuesday street. morning for Los Angeles to attend 9.30 Big Dance in the Arlington for the funeral. . . to-da- . J. K ar ( u-l- Saturday. '