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Universal MerofUnlag Carp. Avferua Ml rfccrpont Saltt Lake cityy Utah diedu Board Invites Teachers to Sign Contracts Friday increases averaging the former schedule have been noted this week as the new salary schedule for Juab School District has been approved by the Board of Education at a Monday evening meeting. Salary 816.00 over Single Copy, 10c Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, May 23, 1963 Volume 54, Number 21 Poppy Day Set Here for g? Fiye Named Hal Liddiard Named New President of Nephi Jaycees Harold G. Liddiard was installed as President of the Nephi Junior Chamber of Commerce at the annual installation banquet held on Saturday May 4th. Members and their partners enjoyed a banquet at Rays Cafe. Other new officers installed include: Gordon Kelson, first vice president; Jimmy Pexton Boyd second vice president; Howarth, secretary and treasurer; Boyd Park, Norman Greenhalgh and Neil Garrett, directors, and Forrest Anderson, state director. Carl Nyman Jr., National Director, of Price, was the Four new installing officer. Ed. Don Jones, members: n Malmgren, Steve Park and also were inducted into Thirty-seve- n the organization. Jim-Pexto- attended party. the installation Mr. Sperry pointed out that increases at the starting level was $350.00 over the former schedule, and to $1245.00 at the top level, with the average increase being $816.00. The Board of Education will meet informally on Friday, May 24, from 7:30 to 9:00 p.m. at the Juab High School. Teachers are asked to come in to sign their contracts at this time and to discuss any other matters they wish with the Board of Education. Pres. Sperry of the Board also pointed out that other benefits accruing to teachers vol-urtee- rs throughout the day trading the poppy for a small contribution to the funds. Boys' State left row, top to bottom Tracy Booth, Karl Brough, Gordon Nebeker; right row, Terry Christensen and Van Gardner. of East Juab Residents Co mty will have an opportunity to pay silent tribute to the men who sacrificed their lives on the battlefields and respect to the wounded who have spent years in hospitals thru-ou- t the nation, on Saturday, May 25, as Poppy Day is held in Nephi. The annual memorial event is sponsored by the American Legion, Nephi Unit, and will be on the streets memorial To Attend BOYS STATE NOfflNEES: Beginning salaries are st and th maximum salaries are $6500, according to K. J. Sperry, president of the Board of Education. In the Monday night action the Board also reduced the salary schedule from 15 to 13 steps. $1300 Three Nephi young men and two Levan young men have been selected to attend the annual Utah Boys State at Logan during the week of July 3rd. Those chosen to attend from Nephi are Tracy Booth, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank H. Booth. Tracy is being sponsored by the American Legion, Post No. I of Nephi; Gordon Nebeker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nebeker, being sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of Nephi; and Karl Brough son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brough, being sponsored by the Lions Club. Levan young men chosen to attend are Van Gardner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Gardner, being sponsoed by the Levan Lions Club; and Terry son of Mr. and Christensen, Christensen, Lyman being sponsored by the Levan American Legion post. History of Poppies Reviewed at Meeting Of Auxiliary Monday Mayor L. Dwane Tidwell, in a proclamation issued th's w'eek setting forth Saturday as Poppy Day in Nephi, called attention to the significance of the event. Mayor Tidwell said: For more than40 years red poppies have been worn proudly by Americans around Memorial day. As this date draws near again, I would like to tell you about this flowers signif icance and the purpose of Poppy Day. We in this country wear the poppy once a year to sig nify the feeling of reverence in our hearts for the servicemen who died for Ameica during two World Wars, and the Korean conflict. The poppy is their flower. It grew on the battlefields of Europe where so many men fought and died. This flower grew along the battle lines and among the graves of American dead; and because of this, it has become a symbol of their sacrifice. Mayor Tidwell urges all to support the American Legion Auxiliary, and to pay tribute to the servicemen on this 1963 Poppy Day. Nancy Nyman Named Important Post With Service Group To and GRADUATING CLASS Mona Young Lady Named Winner of Business Scholarship Kathleen Newton, a senior student at Juab high school, this week was named as one of the 12 winners of scholarships to Stevens Henager College by I. W. Stevens, college She was selected president. from 890 high school seniors throughout the intermountain area who competed for the Mona Students To Be Scheduled Monday Honored Tuesday Levan Graduation exercises for the Levan School are scheduled for Monday, May 27 at 8:00 p.m. in the Levan Ward recreational hall, according to Dwain R. Bracken. Principal. Named as graduates by Principal Bracken are the followScheila Aagard, James ing: Bosh, Connie Carter, Terry Hoyt, Brent Jackman, Patricia Morgan, Ray Nez, Dale Rose-qais- t, William Sorbe, Sandra Rona Sherwood, Shepherd, James Taylor, Ted Williams, Bruce Winter and Joseph Wan-kie- r. The program has been plan- ned as follows: March of the graduates; prayer, Joseph Wankier; welcoming speech, Patricia Morgan; song Graduation Day by the class; addresses on the theme Happiness Lies Ahead Sheila Aagard and Brent Jackman; address, What Happiness Means to Me, Terry Hoyt; vocal trio I Like It Here: Dale t, James Taylor, Ray Nez; class will, Rona Shepherd; class prophecy, William Sorbe; song Look for the Silver Lining, class; class grump, Bruce Abou Ben Winter; poem Adhem Ted Williams; song, Tell Me Your Dreams class; awarding of diplomas; closing prayer, Sandra Sherwood. All residents of the Levan area are encouraged to attend. Ros-quis- scholarships. Miss Newton is daughter of Mrs. Arvilla Newton of Mona Competition for the scholarships was keen, and we congratulate Miss Newton on this outstanding achievement Mr. Stevens said. "Winners were sleeted on the basis of their scholastic records, aptitude tests and personal interviews They were chosen not only for UHE but funds are ready and waiting for those who desire to build homes in this area. Those Interested In building new homes are encouraged to contact either of the Nephi building concerns: Grandson of Nephi Lady Rates High at Payson Boyd Jasperson of Goshen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Plumbing & Builders Supply, Jasperson and grandson of Valley Builders or Nephi Mrs. Harold Park of Nephi, is Lumber, any of which conof the cerns have arrangements for listed as a graduate the financing of homes In Payson High School at the this area through banking exercises to be held Friday May 24. their ability, but for their sources. balBoyd was lasted as the high character and Steven Winn spent the week honor student and has received ance and achievement." Each scholarship is valued end in I,ogan visiting with his a scholarship to the B. Y. U., Mrs. Park has been informed. cousin, Chad Winn, t 555.00. west Levan Class Exercises W Miss Kathy Newton Wed- steps i building. of the high school The class Hill hold Baccalaureate services afternoon. on after at half pay; term Sunday ance insur- of $2,000 per year, and indixidual sickness and hospitalization insurance of approximately $80.00 per year as well as membership in the State Retirement system. The board authorized Edwards and Daniels of Salt Lake Public Invited to City, architects, to proceed with plans for the $137,000 vocational education adJ.H.S. Commencement dition to the Juab building High School. The building will be built, acPlans have been completed cording to present plans, on a for the forthcoming graduation basis, in two exercises at the Juab Highyears. The Board also adapted a School. The annual commencement exercises will be held in custodial salary schedule of the Juab High School auditor- $3800 starting with $42550 maxium on Wednesday evening, imum to be reached at the fourth year. May 29, at 8:00 pjn. Food services employees of Those participating on the program are the top ten schof the district were given a 9.. 2 astic students, including: Pat per cent increas to $1.20 per Carl Bailey, Kathy hour. Orme, The Board also voted to Newton, Janet Brough, Linda Taylor, Rex Anderson, Michael move the Juab School District Paxman, Worwood, offices from the High School Kathy Gwen Russell and Leon Winter. Building to school owned propAiso participating on the ser- erly at 305 East First North vices will be the Senior class Street. The move will be ac-officers: Steven Ostler, Carl Gardner, Anita Ewell, Kath Schools Announce Graduation Events "The History of the Poppies was the topic given by ChestMss Nancy Nyman, a memer Foote at a meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary held ber of the Brigham Young UniAFROTC Angel Flight, Monday evening at the home of versity a national service unit, has Mr. and Mrs. Foote. President Janet Greenhalgh been selectedH-- Area Commandl for the school conducted the meeting and in- er of Area This position year 1963-6troduced the guest speaker. Mr. Foote reviewed the first gives her the responsibility of World War battle line, which being in charge of the Angel extended from the Swiss bor- Flight Units in seven colleges der through France and Bel- and universities in four western states. gium to the North sea. He reSchools included in Area H-- l called how for four years milare Brigham Young University, lions of men fought there. For miles on both sides the ground University of Utah, University was trampled by heavy shoes of Wyoming, Montana State and shells of thousands of can- College, University of Colonon. Mr. Foote recalled how rado, Colorado State College, the only touch of beauty in and the Colorado State Unithe area was the little wild versity, poppies, which sprang up and Miss Nyman Is a daughter often clothed graves of soldof Bishop and Mrs. Kenneth iers with flowers. Juab Farmers Say The memorial poppy, being Nyman of Nephi, and she Is also Miss as Nephi serving distributed by the Auxiliary, is for the current celebration made in hospitals where 25 milIn Wheat Referendum season. lion Americans are still confined to hospitals. The poppy Juab County wheat farmschools in the area bid making gives employment for forThe Area Command, find the ers voted on a par with the them. mainder of the state in reMrs. Coquella McPherson of- school keeps the command for two a jecting the proposed wheat of This period years. fered the prayer, and: delicious controls for the 1964 crop refreshments were served to wiU be Brigham Young UnIn the referendum held Rosalie Dunn, Laura Hall, iversitys second year for this year, Janet Greenhalgh, Ruth Jen- position. Miss Nyman was giv- Tuesday. The local vote, according sen, Coquella McPherson, Ada en command on May 11, 1963 office Nebeker, Sperry, Rheta Sperry, Margar- and will have the rank of Lt. to Thad She succeeds Miss manager at the local ASCS et White, Delta Wilkey, Blanch Colonel. office, was: Cooper, Melda Fackrell and the Pam Packer of Provo. Miss Nyman has been a hostess, Elnora Foote. For 39 member of the AFROTC Angel BYU at for three Against 126 years night and has served as a Staff OfThis was typical of the Money for New Home ficer of the local night Unit national trend as well as the for two years. She has been a state trend, Mr. Nebeker inAvailable Building member of the Drill Team for dicated. three years and participated in Ample money Is available many competitive drill meets. for construction of new She also marched with the homes In the Nephi area, the Drill Team in the Cherry Blosmembers of the Chamber of som Parade in Washington, D. Smokey Says : Commerce were told at a C. in the spring of 1961. The new AFROTC officer IjusrmiKiKjHis is the spot 1 meeting held Monday eventhe campfire WAS'JI will be a senior at BYU next ing at the Snak Shak. Funds are not available on fall, majoring in the field of a purely speculative basis, elementary education. 4. receive diplomas next nesday post on the of Juab High School who will employ- ees are ten days per year sick leave benefits to a maximum f 30 days; accumulated leave at full pay and 20 days there- 4--D A.JkT J. t u Fires left unattended can caue rum; Seven students of Mona the Mona Junior High school will graduate from the eighth grade in commencement exercises to be held at the Mona Ward chapel on Tuesday evening, May 28, at 7 p.m. The program, with all students participating, will center around the theme "Looking Ahead. Talks following this theme will be given by Annette Summers, Donnette Yates, Rex Orgill, Janet Kay, and Dale Fowkes. Eddie Hamm will of- fer the invocation and Ernest Newton the benediction. Musical numbers on the program will be furnished by the graduates singing their school song At the Foot of Old Mt. Nebo" and their class song On Graduation Night. Piano duets and solos will be given by Donnette Yates and Janet Kay. Mrs. Elena H. Stanley will be the accompanist. The graduates: Dale Fowkes, Eddie Hamm, Ernest Newton, Rex Orgill, Janet Kay, Annette Summers and Donnette Yates will be recommended for graduation by Principal Sheri D. Ferre. Graduates will be accepted by Supt. Clyde C. Child and E. Alton Ellertson, a member of the Juab School District Board of Education will award the diplomas. The graduates and school invite all residents of the Mona area, and friends, to attend this program. of-fic- Nephi Man Rates High In Tests at Air Base A2C James L. Christiansen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond W. Christiansen of Nephi, was oine of five airmen who recently received the top possible score in tests at the Westover Air Base. The five received 95 percentile scores, the highest that can be obtained on a skill level test. A2C Christiansen is serving with the 99th Armament and Electronics Maintenance Squad. Farrell Wankier Jr. leen Oliver, Bud Whiting and Connie Jarrett. Former Levan Man to Immediately following the exercises the Stenior dance will be held in the Juab High School Be Featured Speaker The Baccalaureate services in connection with the Commencement week activities of the Juab High School will be held Sunday, May 26 at 2 p.m. att he Juab High School auditorium, according to Stephen Ludlow, president of the graduating class. Highlighting the services as guest speaker will be Farrell T. Wankier Jr., assistant executive secretary of the National Woolgrowers Association, and a 1951 graduate of Juab High School. Mr. Wankier is well known in agricultural circles. He received his B. S. degree from Utah State University, and while attending USU was an active participant in student activities. He was a member of the school senate, and was granted the Danforth Fellowship award. he Following graduation spent several months in South America as an IFYE student and upon his returne served a tour of duty with the army. He returned to USU to complete work for his masters degree, and then was appointed to his present position with the Wool Growers. Mr. Wankiers topic will follow the theme chosen by the Seniors for the commencement exercises, "The Right to be Ones Best. Also featured on gymnasium. The public is invited to attend both of these functions. Listed as prospective graduates of the Juab High School are the following: Rex Carl Anderson, Carl J. Bailey, Grant W. Bean, Paul David Boswell, Richard Karl Boswell, James Glenn Carter, Von Earl Christensen, Jerry Alan Charles Lynn Coulson, Carl Foster Gardner, Dalby, Cleon Bryan Garrett, David Leslie Greenhalgh, DeVon R. Howell, Ronald Larsen Jacobsen, Rodger Earl Jarrett, Edward E. Kendall, Stephen L. Ludlow, Robert G. Lyman, Bert A. McPherson, Steven Mark Ostler, Duane Sperry Painter, Michael Vaughn Pax-maGrant J. Pay, Paul Gee Paystrup, David Royce Platt, Stephen Eugene Price, Thad Cecil A. Bud Stephensen, Whiting, Glen Russell Williams, Leon Christian Winter, Bruce Young. Ann Jeniel Boswell, Janet Brough, Betty Brown, Sandra Kay Cook, Kathleen A. Cotton, Anita Ewell, Connie Jarrett, Cathem Kendall, Rose Marie Keyte, Rebecca Mae Leafty, Mary Kathleen Newton, Veda Rae Newton, Verda Kathleen Oliver, Patricia Orme, GwenPaula Kay Russell, dolyn Smith; Jayne Ann Sutherland, Linda Lee Taylor, Vicky Lee Warner, Gayle Ann Wilkey, Katheryn Alice Worwood. Sandra C. Worthington will receive an Adult High School Warren and Wayne Hawkins, twin sons of Mr. and Mrs. Max Hawkins, former residents of Nephi, and grandsons of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hawkins, won first place in the recent Eugene Jelesnik Talent Show on the Baccalaureate program Diploma. Channel 4. will be a violin solo Mrs. E. The young men play accor-dian- s, C. Sherwood, and a by vocal solo and appear often on Let There Be Peace by Miss programs n the Salt Lake area. Betty Brown. Prayers will be Son of Nephi Couple riven by Keith Ewell and John Bumice Hunsaker of Ludlow. Prelude and postlude LitAdvances in Navy producer of the will be given by Carolee rrisic tle Buckaroo Rodeo was the Pay. speaker at the regular meeting Naval Air Station, North Iv of the Kiwanis Club held last Allan R. the find, California folowing Immediately on He spoke the Baccalaureate sendees will Gibson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wednesday. safety of the kids participating be the Senior reception, to Roy E. Gibson of Nephi, Utah, in the Rodeo. has recently been advanced to which the public is lnxKed. the rank of Photographer Second Class, following Fleet-wid- e In of the reception charge Mr. and Mrs. Owen Taylor Mr. Gibson is stationSutherAnn are Cotton. testing. Kathv of Provo were week end visitat the Fleet Air Photo Lab. ers of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. land, Edward Kendall and ed Bruce Young. Class officers at the Naval Air Station at Ostler. assisting Mr. Ludlow with the North Island, near San Diego According to information at Mr and Mrs Verna Kendall commencement activities are visited in Goshen on Sunday Carl Gardner, Anita Ewell, the base, Mr. Gibson was one with her 6ster, Mrs. Alvin Kathleen Oliver, Connie Jar- of 69 in the entire Navy who Hanson. rett and Bud Whiting. passed the recent testa. Tre-monto- n, n, Final Tax Sale Set Next Tuesday Pursuant to the provisions of Utah Code Annotated 1953, real estate in Juab County upon which property taxes for the year 1958 and subsequnet years has not been paid, will be offered for sate and sold to the highest bidder for cash, by James P. Juab Christensen, County Clerk, at the front door of the Section 4, County Court House in Nephi on May 28, at 10 a.m. The law provides that real estate, upon which said tax has not been paid, must be advertised for four weeks prior to the date of sale, and inasmuch as the majority of the real estate offered for sale lies in the Tintic area, the property was advertised in the Eureka Reporter. If information concerning this final tax sale is desired, persons may contact the office of the County Clerk. Girls Reminded of Deadline for Ufe Stampede Tryouts June 10 has been set ats the deadline for Fte Stain-Que- en applied talons, accord-lu- g to Maurice Tolley of the Stampede Committee. Juab County young ladies, 17 to 25 years and single, are invited to try roit for the honor. The selection date has been set as June 14, Mr. Tolley stated.