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ir S ' . j- , . . . ' ' ' WIS t v ART :mtif)l)?M$im: OVER EOUCI I cooperstT-'do your p Hiige New Become rart ot Water System Next Sat. ,, AU iesung uperauons snow a Bountiful Supply of Water in Well Brought in This Week by City "y- Orem City's new well will be connected to the city water system next baturaay u no cording to a statement by James George Stratton, chairman of the council water and sewer . The well was drilled to 60 feet of whicn was in river pfo of water, according to Mr. mtne pipe a j-ccb xiuiu the surface. WARNING! Orem City Officials wain all of Us citizens to curtail the use of wafer as much m possible until the water , lima iiiw -mw w uv- ' iually put into the system. 'The last few days have seen in unprecedented drain on ihe reservoir, and citizens art requested not to use Water except for domestic purposes. Test Pump Operates Early this week a test pump was put in operation. For the first few hours, the pump delivered 500 gallons per minute. The speed was increased and for a period of more than 24 hours 600 gallons gal-lons per minute was delivered deliver-ed The tempo was stepped up to 1800 revolutions and at this speed the test pump is delivering 940 gallons per minute, which is 42 gallons per minute more than 2 second sec-ond feet of water. The draw-down after eight hours of pumping at this rate m slightly over 3 feet. The circumstances indicate an ample supply f o water. The well was drilled in a 12-inch casing for the first 299 feet at which point a 10-inch 10-inch casing was used for the rentainder of the depth of 168 feet To Cost $10,000. Me all figures are not uaDie, Mr. Stratton estimates esti-mates the well, Including the Wmp and pump house.will cost He city $io,000. The money ft this outlay is being taken m the city water-fund wftich estimated, will be ample l-w me entire cost. L11 Pomona pump with a I L electric motor is being SHtt m should de- tte city water mains Of!0 pressure necessary to &m in the lines an addi- Cte r supply of slishy 3JJ one second oot- iJttMHn not be in continuous iJat.butwiUbesettogo !sui? IS11 wnenever the pres-s pres-s u the city lines falls to a I to keep the desired pres- t 6 city 8ystem- Just tf iJr8 Pressure point Is has j 7" aetermined yet. jfflr8tal? Engineer R- p-!Mll.Who p-!Mll.Who advised the city 'ATX1.0 p n- off Set the right amount U ? " well is one of the fjpplv Jr? the same water 5" f tapped by ar-Sieel ar-Sieel fs ta e Geneva k th r,f fe nw being reached I "'"tywell. J Encountered. ot the weU 8nrim addition to the 11, than 100 eet of blue ,0to4n5enetratei m addi" l3ed . hard- SntfV Sravel. The !er of -l, 2iin8 rests on ("atpH i 7y .T06 casing was i the 60 foot sec- Well to untorseen difficulties arise, ac committee. a depth of 468 feet, the last gravel containing a large sup Stratton. The water stands tion of river gravel with three- fourths-inch perforations. With this perforation only artesian water will get into the pipe which should assure water of a high quality. Water samples have been sent to the State chemist but at this writing no report of the test had been received. re-ceived. The water is clear without with-out any trace of sediment. Old Well Pumps Sand. Site of the new well is a few feet north and east of the old well which was drilled in 1934 The old well was known as a "sander" and was but 100 feet deep and in the course of its operation it clogged with sand some of the city water lines as well as water meters. Power Cost Undetermined. Until the well actually gets into operation the actual power cost will not be definitely known, but it is estimated that water can be pumped from the well at approximately three cents per 1,000 gallons. The city now charges its citizens ten cents per 1,000 gallons for the first 15.000 -gallons; above that quantity the rate sharply decreases. If the well goes into production produc-tion next Saturday, it will come in a nick of time as the recent hot weather has made a heavy demand on the City's water sup-uly. sup-uly. The city has a Deer Creek supply in addition to the springs in Provo Canyon, but because of a bottleneck in the city mains between the 8th East and the city reservoir, it has not been possible to deliver to the rest of the distributing system all the water actually available. The city main from 8th East to the reservoir is only 12 inches whereas a line of 18 inches or better is necessary to deliver full supply. Couldn't Get Pipe. It has been impossible for a number of years to get pipe because be-cause of war conditions, and relief re-lief of this bottleneck condition has been put off from time to time. The new well is some distance below the bottleneck on the line Being directly connected with the cny mams it will not be in any way affected af-fected by the smaller pipe. It is expected that a partial closing clos-ing of a check valve in the main line at 8th East and Canyon Road will be sufficient to force a large supply of water into the 8th East line and thus relieve the water shortage in east and south Orem- The new well will take care of the remaining portions por-tions of the city west of 8th East, supplemented as it will be with part of the supply from the city reservoir and springs. Members of the City water committee, in addition to Mr. Stratton, chairman, are Wood-row Wood-row Jensen, Hugo Price and J. W. Gillman, mayor. Mother Feted i On Birthday j Mrs. Pearl Bunnell was pleas-, antly surprised by her children! Wednesday evening, the occas-, ion being her birthday anniversary. anni-versary. A delightful , dinner was served and a lovely gift presented their mother by Mr and Mrs. Harold Bunnell, Mr and Mrs. Milton Bunnell and children, Mr. and Mrs. Lamar Bunnell and children and Mr. J and Mrs. Reed Gillespie- OREM - VOLUME 13 NUMBER 40. LIONS CLUB PLAN BIRTHDAY PARTY The Orem Lions club annual birthday party will be held on Thursday evening, April 25, at Twin Pines cafe. This is the outstanding event of the year as it celebrates the founding of the club. J. Erval Christensen and James Norton, are general chairfr men of arrangements. Russell Gammon Leaves for Army The Vineyard ward patriotic committee will honor Russell Gammon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leland J. Gammon, who will leave Tuesday for Fort Douglas and army service. The party will also honor his parents who recently moved from the ward to 681 North First in Provo, where they will make their home. All relatives and friends are invited to join the party at the new home of the Gammons. A pot luck supper will be enjoyed- m CITY LAUNCHES SPECIAL CITY-WIDE BEAUTIFICATION PROGRAM The Orem Lions club has accepted ac-cepted the sponsorship of a program outlined by Oscar H. Anderson, local real estate broker, in which Mr. Anderson offers $100 in cash prizes to participants in a "doll-up" campaign. cam-paign. The program is as follows: $25 first prize. $15 second prize, ten dollars third prize, five dollars dol-lars each for the next 5 prizes and $2-50 for each of the next ten winners- There will be at least ten more receive honorable honor-able mention. These prizes are meant to stimulate a desire on the part of all Orem citizens to clean-up, paint-up, burn or move all unsightly and unnecessary WINDSOR WARD 7 n X" j - ; i i t,. i I -t . ... Center: Queen Carol York. Attendants, rlhi, Velyn Cook; left. Vera Mar rott. Bring the family and join in the fun at WINDSOR WAR STOCKADE, Saturday, April 20. Everything from a cow milking contest to the ever popular clowns will be on hand. Also a special attraction, three beautiful girls, Carol York, .Vera Marrott, and Velyn Cook wi'l ride for the spectators. At 10:30 a.m. the first event of the day will mmence with the horse pulling con-rest. con-rest. The parade will begin at 12:30 at Orem Drr store corner and immediately fol-lowi: fol-lowi: .- wi!! be tha traditional barbecue .T cke'.s f ,r the 'jarbecue will cost adults $1.00 and hich school students and younger children will be 50 cents. Other rodeo events will be steer ridinp Eun Taylor and his trick horse bare back bronco riding kegg riding steer riding cow milking contest and saddle relay re-lay races. Come one come all. THE STEKL ; Orem Clean-up, Paint-up Fix-up GampajgitxUndGr IVay Orem Chamber of Commerce announces that city trucks have been secured and will be In readiness to haul the debris that citizens will have placed in front of their homes schools, and churches or business places from Aprii 22 to 27, inclusive, and ask that everyone get busy Immediately and make Orem a truly beautiful city and a good jplace to live. . ' Schools and Churches I5tthorough, c,aninS f Prenv Urged to Cooperate. T Spring clean up promotes primarily, Health and Safety; fire prevention; better homes, and civic pride and to this end; the Chamber of Commerce urged urg-ed the principals of the schools in the district to take a few hours and have the students clean up school property; Bishops Bish-ops arrange with deacons ; to clean church property, rand all home owners scour around and get all surplus trash in readiness readi-ness for the city trucks. The menace of flies and .the. diseases they spread can be greatly alleviated by this early buildings, to really redecorate the premises, so that by the time of the centennial celebration celebra-tion our city will really look its best. The program is so planned that all will have an equal chance to win. The people in a basement house, the people in a small or large house have an equal opportunity. It means that the people who make the biggest improvement about their premises will be declared the winners. Please send; on a penny post card or letter, your declaration of intention to participate, to the secretary of the Orem Lions club; Thomas Cordner, Route RODEO SCHEDULED " i v.. '7 ,sm m mm m w? wwnifWi r i mn m niiiim i nil 93jffln?ER jpEVftt sWES vjU. . ? . Vi A .? .Thursday, April 18, 1946 Isfs at thistime.' MakeJDrm The City Beautiful I Orem and ", community are known , throughout , the state for the- fine flowers shows put on in the district, and at this time it, is well, to remember shrubs and trees planted this year will greatly .enhance the appearance of the community in our ce tennial' year, -1947, -when tourists tour-ists are expected from far and f In cleaning up odd corners and out of the way places, plant a shrub or a package of flower flow-er seed and reap the sat isfae tior. of cleanliness and beauty foiTHiinect Temple Excursion ItoesdayK&pril 23 Nellie Cordner, secretary of the Sharon Stake Genealogical committee announces a temple excursion to the Salt Lake temple tem-ple Tuesday, April 23. Sessions Ses-sions are at 8:30 a. m. 1:30, 5:00 and 6:00 p. m. A good attendance is desired- No. Two, Orem. When time has been given for all tne names of participants to be in, the Lions club will have a committee commit-tee ready and will make a survey sur-vey of all properties entered, This committee will also be the judge at the end of the period and declare the winners. Watch this paper for more particulars and discussion relative rela-tive to this matter. "Let's eally paint the town white " FOR SATURDAY i - 4 i EASTER .PROGRAM k 'fa ' ATrGEKEVAl WARD Presidentljr.tClaylon Watts will be the speaker at , special Easter Services Sunday evening at 0 p. m. in Timpanogos ward chapel, under . the , auspices of Geneva ward bishopric. The MIA have secured Miss Jean- ette Barkleyi bf ,BYU and Moroni Mo-roni .Jensen,! whdxwiU furnish musical numbers, together with the ward choir. An Invitation Is extended, the .general public to attend, Allien Jkri loum Miracuiousiv EscapesDcathH In what I appeared, to- be a miraculous escape from 1 death, Lynn Nuttall, 21, f.Lakeview, escaped with,,shock and a few cuts Monday, . when Ills truck was j completely- demolished when struck' by a speeding Denver Den-ver and Rio Grande Passenger train at the crossing near, Geneva Gen-eva Bteel plant,. , 'K--?-.The-charmed life which 'car-ried 'car-ried Lynn through 27 months of naval action was still with him in this accident. The twisted twist-ed wreckage was carried 138 fot and .boosted off the track jfi front of the old Geneva station sta-tion shed, smashing the front of the building. Lynn crawled from the wreck.unalded. He was carrying a load of potash and reports he did not see the approaching train. Jaycees Discuss Traffic Safety Rulon West, safety chairman of the Orem jaycees conducted the fine program Wednesday evening at Twin Pines cafe- Interesting In-teresting talks on how to make for more safety in traffic were given. . Dixon Larsen, state highway engineer, has been appointed secretary of the club, according to Keith Boyer, president, and Clyde Robbins, treasurer. An invitation is extended tq all young men of the community commun-ity between the ages of 21 and 36 to Join the club. Prospective Prospec-tive new members will contact Mr. Boyer or Clyde Lunceford. Legion Meeting Friday, April 19 Members of American Legion Orem Post No. 72 are requested to attend a meeting Friday night Apr'! 10, at 8 o'clock in the Orem city hall. Matters of importance are to be taken up and a definite la bor program for returning vet erans and those already at home will be discussed. Haws Dawn Im'ured As Car Strikes Bike Haws Baum, 14, son of Mr. and Mrs. Newell Baum, of Pleasant View, received cuts and bruises Tuesday evening. when he was struck while, riding rid-ing on his bicycle by .a car driv en by Max Shaw Buehler, 21, of Heber CMv. Buehler was ticketed by the state highway patrol f- failure to keep his car un',' control. Ha'- was taken to Utah Valley Val-ley r- rital for treatment tout was ''""ned to his home. He and a r-'rd were riding their bikes on the Provo Canyon highway about a mile north of Pre Ir attemptim? to avoid the Huefrler car, which swerved off the road. Haws went directly direct-ly 'r '-0-1' o- hf machine. President Tavlor Leaves Hospital W ar hanpy report that Pre- !er Henry D- Taylor was "Resurrection Morning" Morn-ing" to Be Presented Easter Sunday The Lincoln high school vocal department, approximately approxi-mately 200 strong, will present the annual rendition of "Resurrection "Res-urrection Morning," by Iva II. Alldredge and B. Cecil Gates, at Scera Auditorium Sunday morning, April 21 at 8 :30 a.m. f Elvis B.o Terry will direct the chorus and accompanists will Include ? Misses Sheree Terry, Carolj Memmott,; Maureen Williams Wil-liams i Mignon Reese and Loye Allred. Miss Donna Christensen wilt be 1 the readert i , Projection, and lighting will be in- charge of Edgar Booth, Del Pyne' and LaNoel Carroll. Marie Rohbock will be in charge of stage decorations, r 't The Script for the production was prepared by a Miss Myrle Wentz. The story is built around thai ressurectlon of- Jesus, which Easter Sunday, celebrates. His death on Calvary Hill is told chiefly I in Song, but added to this is a brief story told by Miss Donna j Christensen ; illustrated by ' beautiful copies of world famous artists thrown upon the screen.?,.- ( r j 4 The program is a serious and beautiful one, like many others being given all over the world at : this date to commemorate one of the classical events of history. - I i " ' A : cordial invitation is extended ex-tended to the general public to attend. X . , CITY "physician NAMED FOR OREM The first city ' physician In Orem history was named this week when Dr. Leland CullL more was1 given the appointment appoint-ment at a busy session of the city council Friday evening. Dr. Cullimore recently opened open-ed an office in Orem, and is a native of Lindon. He served for five years in the army at Camp Roberts, California. The city board of health includes in-cludes Elmer Baxter, Lindon school principal; Sterling Hard ing. Orem marshal; Mrs. John S- Lewis and Mayor Gillman. Mayor Gillman said the city council will pass an ordinance in the near future to cover the activities of the new city physi cian. CENTENNIAL COMMITTEE APPOINTED FOR SHARON At this same meeting a centennial cen-tennial committee was appoint ed from Sharon district, with Oscar A. Anderson chairman Other members include, A. II Lowe, Roy Park, Mr. and Mrs Anton Rohbock, Mrs. J. Erval Christensen, Mrs. James G Stratton and Mrs- Sharp C- Gil lespie. ine function of this grouo will be to plan for the 1947 centennial. in connection wun tne cen tennial project, the council signed a cooperative agreement with the state road commission and state department of pub licity and industrial develop ment to install the Richard R. Lyman system of Standard road signs, a move being advocated for the entire state. Jolleys Return From Pleasant Trip Patriarch and Mrs. B. H- Jol- ley have returned home after several weeks spent in Califor nia and Nevada. Mrs. Jolley's health is much Improved, following fol-lowing a severe case of pneu monia suffered while in California. Cali-fornia. They visited with relatives rela-tives at Pasadena, San Diego, and Los Angeles in California. Los Vegas, Nevada and at St. George and Redmond, Utah. brought to his home Thursday morning from the LDS hospital n Salt Lake City, where he has been confined for the past week. His condition Is much improved. Gleaner Sheaf Binding At the Timpanogos Ward Mrs. Lurleen Loveless, president presi-dent of Timpanogos YWMIA, announces sheaf binding exercises exer-cises will be held Sunday evening, eve-ning, April 28, at 7:30 p. m. in the ward chapel. Mrs. Mary Terry, Gleaner, leader will be in charge of the' beautiful exercises," in which nineteen girls of the ward will participate. This is every girl of, the Gleaner age enrolled in the ward and is an outstanding event. Details of the program will appear in next week's edi-; tion. ... World Problems to be Aired at Sharon PTA Thursday evening- April 25, has been set for the monthly meeting of Sharon School Parent Par-ent Teachers Association meet-" ing. The gathering will be held at 7:30 at Sharon school. Elmer Miller of BYU will bo the speaker, , his subject being "The World and Current Problems." Prob-lems." A string trio consisting of Marilyn Wright, Mary Poul-son Poul-son and, Ford Poulson will furnish fur-nish the music, v . i Mrs. y Kenneth Ercanbrack, publicity chairman urges all parents to be present. SUNDAY SERVICES i Easter Cantata at Scera at 8;30 a,' m. .. , , Sunday school at 10:30 a. m. with special Easter programs in nearly all wardsi Vermont Wardt ?1 There will be no Sunday school. All members mem-bers are urged to attend the ' Easter program at Scera Special Spec-ial Easter program will be presented pre-sented at 5 o'clock under the direction of Bishop Pulham in Sharon ward chapel. ; .;- Edgemont Ward Sacrament meetinfl will commence nt 7-30 p. m. with Thomas E Cheney as guest speaker. . i- crandview ward: Primary conference will be conducted at 7.30 o'clock,, with j President 7.pAa YTmmnna In Kovm Geneva "Ward: ' The MIA . and High Priests quorum will combine In presenting an Eas-' " V6ai at v v. III. in lim panogos ward chapel. Windsor Ward: Members of . the bishopric will be In charee ,A rtr H. A .;':v. . M. ;:t,-'i7 of sacrament meeting at 7:30. Pleasant View Ward: Thn . MutuaL under the suDervision of Mrs. Leah Gleason and Chas. McKell will furnish the tro gram at 7:30. Lakevlew Ward: A fine ore- i gram will be presented at 7:30 o'clock. Vineyard Ward: Quorum : Aarotuc priesthood ouorums. . who will present the program "; ai i:m p. m. stake. Aaronic ; present - -ft The bishopric wishes to an- no-mce a Priesthood meeting and Ladies chorus practise will begin at 8 o'clock- Monday evening eve-ning and during the; summer months. Instead of the custom ary 7:30. Sharon Ward: The ward choir will make its first public "warance and fwfll present a orogram at 7:30 p. m. William M, Vernon Js choir director and Mrs. Roseltha Vernon, ward ac- companist - Timpanogos" ' Ward: . Ward conference will be held at 7:30 m. under the direction of Aharon Stake presidency.