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You're safe at Home Prove your patriotism mm Buy W. S. S. Today You re safe at Home Prove your patriotism Buy W. S. S. Today Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, 5une 21, 1918 The Time. Vol. 9. No. 37 I REGIS RANTS Ml BE RECLASSIFIED 1 YOUNG X MAN NEPHI WILL CELEBRATE FOURTH OF JULY OF NEPHI PRnMflTlflM RFPHlPq MkUbllLU I IIUIIIU I IUII - Spencer Forrest Is Commit. fuonerl l.itMitrrutnt in II. o. r lying Squadron at San Diego Station. The .Local Board Receives Instructions Relative To Registrants Employed In Non-Producti- ve Occupa- The Local Board for Juab County received instructions this week relative to the reclassifica tion of mea who, were placed in 2nd, 3rd. and 4th classes, and Attorney V. A. C. Bryan, the legal advisor of the board, .has been going over the regulations, with a view to furnishing the board with required legal advice prepa atory to putting the same into efTect. x The first section of the new rules, contains the following paragraph; "Whenever, after July 1st, 1918 any registrant in class 1. 2, 3. or 4 wherever he may be located, is reported to or observed by any local board, whether it be his local board of origin (that is the Local Board having original jurisdiction of his registration questionnaire) or a local board having jurisdiction over the area in which he may be found, whether having original jurisdic tion over him or not, to be an idler, or to be engaged in any oc cupation or employment defined and described in the regulations or any amendment thereof as a occupation or employment, such local board shall, by notice as herein after prescribed, notify him and et a day and hour when the reg istrant may appear and present evidence, by affidavit or otherwise, bearing upon the reasons for his status, as he may care to submit. The day so set shall be not less than seven days after the date of such notice unless the Local Board on account of distance or other good and sufTicent cause extend the time." The following is a list of those who are classified as being in non- - productive occupations. 1st. Persona engaged in the serving of food and drink, or either, in public places including hotels and social clubs. 2nd. Passenger-elevato- r op erators and attendants and door men, footmen, cariage openers other attendants in clubs, hotels, stores, apartment houses, - office buildings and bathhouses. 3rd. Persons including ushers and other attendants engaged and occupied in and in connection with games, sports and amusements, excepting actual performances. 4th. Persons employed in domestic service. 5th. Sales clerks and other clerks employed in stores and other mercantile establishments. "The following grounds shall be accepted by the local and dis-tri- c Board as reasonable excuse for., Y'li'orary idleness or being occuengaged in pation or employment. Ut. Sickness. 2nd. Reasonable vacation. 3rd. Lack of reasonable opportunity for employment in any occupation outside those described in the previous paragraphs given above. 4th, Temporary abse nee (not regular vacations) from regular employment, not to exceed one week, unless such absences are habitual and frequent, shall not be considered idleness. fjh. Where there are compellingdomestic circumstanes that would not permit change of employment by the registrant without disproportionote hardship to his dependents or where a change from employment or occupation would necessitate the removal of the registrant from his place of residence, and such removal would, in the judgment of the board, cause unusual hardships to the registrant or his family: or when such charge of employment V lt E. LAST Sunday the R. For- genial proprie- - tions, or Idlers, Who Have Escaped. Military Service. tor of the Forrest Hotel, re-- $ ceived a telegram, announc- ing his son's (Spencer) pro- - S motion, who was commis- - S "S V & The News, Vol. 2 No 45 Flying Squadron, and had been detailed supply officer J of his post. Not only his Spencer's many friends in Nephi feel elated over his well merited recognition by We nre- the erovernment. diet still greater honor for & Committees Appointed by Mayor Will Meet at Courthouse Saturday Evening and Arrange Program for City's Big Events. This Year's Celebration Will Undoubtedly Prove One of The Most Enjoyable Ever Held in Nephi in Honor of Our Country's Independence. "In keeping with the request of National and State Council of Defense in carrying out the poli cy of the Government, I hereby appoint the East Juab County Council of Defense, to arrange for a program and a fitting celebration of July 4th in Nephi. I also appoint the following committees on Finance, Sports and Decoration and urgently request all committees to meet at the Courthouse Saturday evening at 8:30 p. m. to outline the manner of celebratio;., in keeping with the request of National and state -- n, ar Hog-ense- n, HOC Thomas Vickers and John W o C 31s 3) who were Sr. appointed Ellison, to visit the Tension Agent Mr I.lnvd. in Salt Lake, in the in terestof the local Indian War WHEREAS. The President of the United States and veterans, returned from their the Governor of the State of Utah have, by proclamation, trip Wednesday. They, report s not meeting with very much designated Friday, June 28th, 1918, as WAR SAVING success, the agent recognizing DAY, and, their daim. but said they would WHEREAS, judging from past experience, the citihave to take their claims to zens of Nephi City are very desirous of maintaining their Washington, D. C. to have them high standing in regard to the war saving campaign as adjusted. If the government is they have heretofore and now hold in relation to the ever going to do anything for Liberty Loan and Red Cross campaigns, and, the Indian War Veterans of Utah WHEREAS, inasmuch as the 28th day of June, A. D. they ought to be hurrying the 1918, has heen set apart by State and Local War Savings matter up, as the great majority Committees as a day In which Utah is to go over the top of them will have passed to the with their war saving pledges, there is absolutely no great lyond in a few more question in the minds of any American citizen of Nephi years. City but what Nephi will be over long before the appointed time. Roads Are In Bad Condition NOW, THEREFORE, I, James Garret. Jr., Mayor of Nephi City, do hereby designate and set apart Friday C. H. Bigelow, of the ArrowJune 28th, 1918. as WAR SAVING DAY, and urge upon head Trails road passed through every citizen of this city to go the limit in regard to the He states that Nephi Tuesday. purchase of War Saving Certificates, and that if they are the roads from Cedar City to St not financially able to purchase the allotment apportioned George, are in a bad condition, to them, that they Immediately call upon the and it is almost impossible to get or some member of the Local Committee and trucks over the road to shipping a sign pledge card for at least the per capita allotment as points. fixed by the Treasury Department of the United States Mr. Bigelow, will confer with $20.00 for each man, woman and of America, the State authorities in Salt Lake child in America. with a view to having something done t better the road conditions I further direct that appropriate exercises shall be now prevailing in that section. conducted on said day, and I hereby appoint the Local Executive War Saving Committe to arrange an appro- would necesssitate the night empriate programme for said occasion. ploy mentof women under circumstances deemed by the Board Dated at Nephi City, Utah, this 12th day of June, A unsuitable for women. Boards D. 1918. are authorized to consider any Jame3 Garget. Jr., Attest: W. H. Warner, and all such circumstances as ' Recorder. Mayor Nephi City City reasonable excuse for PROCLAMATION County-Chairma- t: i employment. POWER PLANT SUNDAY t Vibi ator Destroyed During Electrical Storm. Streets In Darkness at Night. Heavy Kain Occurs. AST Sunday night the streets of Nephi were in total darkness, as a re-- ; suit of the electrical storm having destroyed the vibra- tor at the municipal power ' plant during the afternoon. Alter several nours a new lvibrator was installed and ;; the city resumed its usual brilliantly illuminated an- Z pearanceon Monday night? ;; The old, 10 EXTERMINATE PEST Mass Meeting To Be Held at Courthouse Monday Night When Vigorous Campaign i foul-smellin- g, ar to-wi- !! ORGANIZE Will Be Launched Against Grasshoppers. Everybody Is Urged To Be Present. ; All-St- All-St- I WILL Goldsbrough, L. Frank,' Mrs. J. S. Cooper and Mrs. John E.. Ingram. Committee on Sports, L. A. Whitmore, chairman, W. II. Warner, Ralph Brough, V. M. ; Foote, J. H. Lunt, J. N. C. Pex-toThomas Bailey, Charles jj Haynes, Alonzo Lunt, Jas L. Belliston and Walter F. Brough. Committee on Decorations. Earl coal oil lamps Reid, chairman, C. W. Taylor, usi-which tere by many 'i Clyde Olpin, Mattie Cazier, Lula 1 resiuenis me eve- - j previous McPherson and Idale Pitt. ning, were discarded. One v It is hoped that all these com X of the worst downjKturs wit- nessed during the month of ,5, mittees will be on hand Satur occurred Sunday, ac- - g June the as time is day evening get uy iiKiiuuiiK. : ting shcrt. It takes united elTort JLumiiiiiiitu to have any kind of a celebration and the time to commence OLD FOLKS ENTERTAINED work is right now, and not wait till the morning of the 4th, and WITH STRAWBERRY FESTIVAL then sit around and lament the this esteemed young man, who possesses that spirit that periorms deeds of valor 5! 5 which always add brilliancy v ' tn the stars in OM fllorv. S authorities." James Garrett Jr, Mayor. The following is a list of the General arrangecommittees. FORMER NEPHI GIRL MARRIED ments and Program, G. M. Whit-morchairman. T. H. Burton, IN SALT LAKE LAST SATURDAY Dennis Wood, G. W. Lunt, A. II. Belliston, J. W. Paxman, Or- fact thatthereis"nothingdoing" Miss Louise Edgheill Becomes son Cazier, T. C. Winn, W. L. If we are going to have a cele The Bride of Henry B. John- Iloyt. W. C. Andrews, I. II. bration, let every person get in son, Instructor at Airplane Grace, and Mrs. Amy B. Grover, and work, and put enthusiasm Station at San Diego, Cal. Committee on Finance, J. W. into it, and there wont be any Boud. chairman, Dr. N. J. Rees, need of Nephi people going to. One of the most fashionable A. A. Allen, A. V. Hague, H. D. lher places to celebrate. weddings held in Salt Lake this stason. took place Saturday eve ning when Mis Louise Edgheill, LIFE MEMBERSHIP FOR CHAMPION BEAN GROWER daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Edgheill, was united in marriage Sheldon Winn, son of Mr. anfl in the National Boys UlIenry Bryan Johnson Jr. The Mrs. riivid Winn, has received and Girl3 Club." bride is well and popularly known "You are to be congratulated in Nephi, havingdived. here all a Life Membership, in the "Naand Girls Your upon this achievement. Boys her life previous to the family tional received a Sheldon letter accomplishment is a direct con moving to Salt Lane. The bride Club." tribution in helping to win the groom is an instructor at the air this week from Prof. J. C. war. and besides, your effort San station of leader Club at Utah Calif, State Diego, plane where the young couple will telling him of thi3 honor. An and experience have proven a definite training to you in comprobably make their home for extract from the letter is as folleadership. This is not some time. The decorations for lows. "The report of your state munity a valuable only the ceremony were on a lavish club leader of club championship but we trust willasset to yourself always be a scJe, while the costumes of the results show that you were ac- matter of helpfulness to those bride and her attendants were with whom you associate. honors the for corded highest most beautiful. Bishop M. O Very truly Yours Ashton performed the ceremony. 1917 in the Bean Club work of 0. H. Benson Utah. You have therefore, won In charge of Boys and Girls Veterans Need Pensions for yourself a life membership Club work. e, 1.1 :: LIGHTNING INJURES THE n t t Well Arranged Program Given In Tabernacle Followed by a Big Strawberry Festival and Enjoyable Picture Show. The old folks of Nephi were given their annual June Straw- horrv -Ktivnl nn - - - th Tsihornarlp j flfterr.niin n . vrstrlflv ntrmnnda j j wcW nrrantr! nroirram vtaii nlsn given in the tabernacle be lore the luscious fruit was served. nnd th pnrnrrpcat inn Knnir"( Viiv.e Come Ye Saints." Prayer was offered by I. H. Grace. I he address of welcome was iriven bv T. II. G. Parkes. Miss Velifla thfn ronrlprnl a vocal solo. MissOneita Rees. gae a Heading, lolloweu by a o!o by Mian AhpOrfl A rr;linir U'ik thpn trivpn bv I.uelln Winn, anil the closing number "Count Your was sang by Many Blessings the congregation. J. E. Lunt nmnnunrirnr Ihe henpdirt ionAfter the festival the Venice Theatre Co. entertained them at a free picture show. - Popular Couple Married At San Diego. Calif.. Tuesday evening. June 18th, Miss Olira Bryan was united in marriage to Lieut. Spencer Forrest. Both are popular young people of this city and their many friends wil wish them the greatest of hap piness and good luck. The bride groom is at present stationed at the Rockwell field Air Station San Diego, Calif. T. C. Winn. Vice President o Millers Associa the Utah-Idah- o tion left forKansasCity Wednes day morning to attend a confer ence of Millers called by the Food Administrators to discuss milling regulations for the com ing season. Mr. Winn wiil rep resent the Utah-Idah- o Millers at the conference. Appointed Custodian Postmaster Allen ha been ap pointed custodian of the Federal Building site, and wnl have charge of same until th government erects a building. The Tith ing Office will have the privelege of renting the ground up"n which theii building stands, but with the provision that they mti?t move if needed within 0 days from notice therof. The government did not buy the improvements on the property, but the contract specifies that all obstructions shall be cleared away on given notice a3 stated alove. Mrs. Earl Reid and daughter left Saturday for Richfield for a two weeks visit with relatives. A mass meetincr will be held in rtie courthouse Monday evening June 21th. at 8:30 p. m. for the purpose of starting the grasshopper campaign. Plans will be made and .committees appointed to thoroughly organize the work. Our idea is for everybody to hit the hopcr at tne same time and to hit him hard while he is stiil young. A stitch in time saves crops and this year we must have the crops. Ihu-- you got your e bran ? LEVAN NEWS ITEMS Mr. Lawrence Malmgren and family of Centerfield Utah, were lAvan visitors Sunday. Mrs. Alice Sherwood and child ren are visiting friends and relatives here. Miss lone Jennings spent a' few days this week visiting in Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Jensen of Centerfield, Utah, were Levan visitors Sunday. Mrs. Mararett Jennings and son Kenneth returned trom Salt Lake last Friday. f The stork visited the home of Mr. and Mrs. S. P. Taylor Saturday and left a baby Ky. There was another couple enrolled with the wedded here Monday June 17th. when Miss Deon PaintT, daughter of Mr. and Mr?. Charles Painter, was joined in marriage to Earl Whiting, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. F. Whiting of Nephi. Their friends extend best wishes and congratulations. News of (he unexpected death of Mrs. Hazel B. Jennings, was received from Ogden early Friday morning. Mrs. Jennings had been in the Dee Hospital at Ogden for soma. She was the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. P.ridge of Portcrville Morgan Co, and was taken there for burial. Funeral services were held Sunday June lf.th. Mrs. M. F. Jennings. Merl Jennings, Mrs. Neil Morsensen, Clair Mortensen, Mrs. Chris Winter, Mrs. .Wm Worwood attended the funeral.. She leaves ay large numberof relatives and friends to mourn her loss and all extend condolences to the bereaved husband. Mr. Woodbury, the County Agent of Juab County, visited Ixnan last week, and with Mr. Orson Neilson and M. E. Jennings, the committee for exter minating the grasshoppers this year, visited some of the fields but retorted it as being too early to put out the poison. But it is desired that directly after the first cutting of hay, all the farmers work diligently to destroy these larm pest3. For the supplies to lie used, apply at J. E. Taylor's store. Charles Mangelson of Levan office visitor as a Times-New- s yesterday, haviflg come over to attend the Stawberry Festival given by the Old Folks Committee. He says that he appreciates the invitation to this annual event very much, and it is always a pleasure for him to attend. While here he renewed his subscription to the Times-New- s, having been a subscriber to the Nephi paper since it was w first issued.