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THE TIMES-NEW- S CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTY AND IS A VALUABLE : ADVERTISING MEDIUM, j THE TIMES, VOL,. 12, AAxV AX1 ' NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH. FR IDAY, FEBRUARY 4TH, 1021 HIGH SCHOOL NOTES PUBLIC SCHOOL RHETA KAY WURSE EMPLOYED REPORTER STATE SENATOR The Sophomore's gave the assemthis week and was one of the most interesting programs this year. Attorney T. H. Burton, gave a very educational talk on citizenship, and what it should mean to us. Will Visit Homes And Con- bly De- fects Of Child ' We are pleased to announce the arrival in our city of Miss Mary Tipton of Salt Lake City who will for the next few weeks become a part of the 'Juab School system. She has been brought here for an important work that of health education which is now looked upon all over the civilized world as one of the most important functions of the school. Her field of work is unique in so far as we know the people in this end of the county have never been visited by a school or public nurse, and there is probably no other vocation that af- -' fords greater opportunities to serve. Her specific work will be to visit the homes where tjhere are children suffering with physical defects. There she will in a careful and intelligent way talk over these defects with the parents and in a spirit of love and sympathy encourage Bhem to have something done for the children. She will not examine the children for defects but will have as a guide in her visits the records of Dr. N. J, Rees who has been employed the yast two years to make the annual physical examinations. At stated intervals the teachers have weighed the children and measThis was for ured their helghth. the purpose of finding out those who were underweight, which was due to one or both of these causes: family A characteristic or malnutrition. complete record of all children under weight is now being compiled and when Miss Tipton enters a home where there are children underweight this question will be considered. School nursing had its beginning in England In 1894 and has spread rap idly all over the world. Today thousands of nurses are employed by the schools to work in cooperation with the homes and social organizatons to conserve the health of the pepole, particularly the young. It is not with an thought of invading the rights of the home or in the spirit of dictation whatsoever, but in a spirit of service and cooperation, that the position of the school nurse has been created in the progressive school systems. Therefore we trust that parents will feel free !n discus sing health problems with the school nurse when she cornea to the home. It is not necessary to wait for a vis it from her. If you have problems hula on o r,nnlnlt,,stil .Miss Tipton graduated from the L. D. S. School of nurses in 1913 and for one year was Night Superintendent of the Dee Hospital in Ogden. She has had one year of school nurse work in the Jordan School District, one of the most progressive in the State in health education.. She spent 16 months over seas and bus had considerable private work. Her time will be divided among the towns of the District. ON IS A B0O8T-E- S ervislon of Helen Benedict, the class The eighth average being 91.66. A class at Nephi undor the direction some misunderstanding of Lucile F. Brough ran a close race it Through in the local paper last appeared with the winners of the second place, week that the Tom show staged un the mark being 91.55 per cent. All der the management of Miss Viola classes were rated on the general Worthington was greatly added to by appearance. 8th H. Nephi, 1st place the musical parts rendered under my 7th B. Nephi, 2nd place, 6th grade J This I feel, is undue supervision. M. Christensen teacher. 3rd place. credit and I wish the public to know Honorable mention 5th grade south that all credit should be given to Miss school, William Warner, teacher. Worthington. K. J. BIRD The Mt. Telephone Company, menced work this week on the rebuilding of their telephone system in this city. Tuesday morning a number of their employees arrived here and have been Cusy since that time N Lucile Price, eldest daughter and Mrs. Alonzo Price, former residents of this city, ljut now of Hurley, Idaho, was joined In mar riage Wednesday at the Salt Lake Temple to Mr. Frank Larson of Bur The many frlunds and ley, Idaho. relatives of the bride in Nepht ex tend congratulations and best wishes on the happy event Miss of Mr. getting their apparatus together for the work ahead, which will take tihem several months to complete. Mr. C. A. Peterson, Is the for man of construction and will have charge of the operations here. The work will held The Nebo Robekah cost many thousands of dollars and their regular meeting Lodge Wednesday this will when completed have an city evening. Mrs. Edith Lomax was in up to the minute telephone service. Itiated asa mem tier of th lodge After ihe meeting a delightful socia was enjoyed by those t and ENGAGEM EXT AX NOUNCED their I. O. O. F. partners.presi Ttte spirit of fun was thero and ail contributed Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Nuffer of Fres-to- their share to the fun inakintr. The Idaho announce the engagement sandwiches, cake and coffee were de of their daughter, Bertha, to .Mr. lioloua. being served by the commit Dean Winn, of this city, the marriage tee. The sorlal was in the nature of to take place next Wednesday Feb. a surprise which was hint) Hi, would Several The happen every two weeks. 9bh, in the Salt Lake Temple. bride to be is one of the popular applications are on file for membera a live lodge with many young ladies of the Idaho town and ship and is looked forward to. time good in of a has large circle that friends city. The young man is the son of Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Winn, of Nephi, Mrs. Joseph Cowan, ent.rrli it and Is highly respected in the com- and Mrs Clyde snd ohIUreti it u munity. This paper Joins with the evening. Music and (taints furn hed many friends of the young couple In entertainment during the PVC fling. extending congratulations on the ap- aner wnirn dPiirfoii were nerved by the boston. proaching event. I : THE NEWS, VOL. NEPH PLAY Hakes Slanderous Statements In The State Senate Con cerning Sanitary Conditions Here Remarks Entirely Uncalled For, and Hotly Resented JJy Mayor, and President of Commercial Club. I&el-b- PRICE-LARSO- WISH GREEN'S H FOB THE A HI CULTURAL MINING INTERESTS OP Born January 29th, 1921 a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Heber Livingston. All doing well and the baby weighs 13 : : s 5, NO. 27 TEAM WILL 111 CENTRAL UTAH LEAGUE pounds In going over the grades for this semester the following students were "Nephi from the street is a pretty found to have the best marks in their city, but if the Senators.cared to look respective classes. Albert they would find conditions in the Student Body Association. Starr, 9 3. Florence Cole, 9 2. Luella back yards that were a disgrace re-to Extract from any community" Winn, 9 2. 91.3.. marks of State Senator Standish, in Senior Class Ralph Cole, Willie Andrews, 90 4. Zelnia Young the State Senate Jan. 28th, 1921. The above slanderous and uncalled Albert Starr, 93. for remarks concerning the sanitary Junior Class Luella Winn, 92. Maida Foote, 91, conditions of this city were made ty State Senator Standish, who hails May Sidwell 90. .. Florence Cole from Bingham, Utah, in the State Sen Sophomore Class 92. Leila Bigler, 89.5. Relia Allen ate, Jan. 28th and whose remarka 89.1. appeared in the Salt Lake Tribune Zelma Young, and Deseret News of Jan. 29th. The Freshmen Class a subject being discussed at the time, 90.5. Naomi Broadhead, 89.1. Anderson, 88. Glen Cole, 88. Mar- was the consolidation of the State Board of Health Department with garet Foote 88. Mr. Sperry sayshat in going over the State Dairy and Food Department the reports of the students, that the and why this city should have been grades taken as a Wfiole, are as high dragged into the discussion and the as they ever have been since he can statements made and published to the world which are credited to Senator remember Standish, is past our ability to fathom That the statements of Mr. Stan The basket ball team expect to play Tintic High School Friday night. A dish, are not founded on facts and write up of the results will appear are absolutely erroneous is known to every citizen of Nephi. We don't in the next issue. claim perfection for our town by no The devotional January 27th, was means, but we do claim, and that em furnished by the Agricultural Club phatically that the sanitary conditand was a very entertaining pro ions of the back yards of this city will gram, being as follows. Prayer Harry compare with any city in the State of From a Beagley, Violin Solo, Helen Cowan like size and 'population. Reading, Alice Sowby, "Conversation health standpoint, we don't take sec heard the .past week" by Rex Ostler, ond place to any town in the West. piano solo, Elma Jones, Reading by The records will show that this city Clarence Ord, A discussion among has had less contagious diseases the the faculty members held in the har past fifteen years per thousand popness shop" Clayton Peterson, Amos ulation than most towns in the State. We would like to know how this Chase, Elgin Garrett, Bert Lunt and Joiin Christensen. Vocal solo ,by Paul Senator got his information and when Cowan, Remarks 'Farmer Putnam, he got it? We think he would do well to clean up Bingham, before Harry Beagley making any such statements that he made concerning this city. That many of the leading citizens SPELLING REPORT FOR of this city were highly incensed at remarks and. the odious publicity FOURTH MONTH IS GIVEN the is putting it mild. President W. given C. Andrews of the Commercial Club, called up our representative Senator have in Perry B. Fuller, ana asked him to returns Complete spelling now been carefully comipled for the bring the matter to the attention of fourth month and progress is noted the Senator and demand an apology. over the previous months. The The Mayor also mailed a letter of pro fourth month was broken Into by test to Senator Standish, a copy of We O.ie Christmas holidays and the re- which is published herewith. Fuller Senator whether know don't sults were noticable. The sixth grade of Mona made the highest mark in was in the Senate chamber when the the district, the class average was attack was made, but if he was, he L. M. Monson is the certainly ought to have uttered a pro92.5 per cent. teacher. A close second was the six test against such remarks being made th grade from Levan, under the sup A CORRECTION NEW TELEPHONE SYSTEM OUNTAIN OF BINGHAM RUNS AMUCK The Basket Ball team played ball with Leamington Friday night, which resulted in a win for for the N. H. S. the score being 34 to 13. BY JUAB DISTRICT WORK HAS COMMENCED TIMES-NEW- juab county NO. 16. fer With ParentsOn THE A ist here The facts are, that Nephi is one of the healthiest towns in Utah for its size, in spite of the "dirty back yards" that you were kind enough to publish to the world, and I want to inform you Senator Standish, that the back yards of Nephi will compare favorably with any town in Utah, end especially with the back yards of the city you hail from. As Mayor of this city, I think a public apology is due the citizens of Nephi, for the Mr. and Mr. Taylor of Freedom gross insult that you have done them are living in the home of Niel Lund. by your very uncalled for and rash remarks. Mr. and Mrs. Sorn Mikkelsen and DENNIS WOOD, their sister Agusta have moved to Mayor of Nephi City Elberta . Later We received the following Mr. J. H. McKnight of Nephi was letter this morning from Senator Ful ler. Fountain Green visitor over Sun Dear Mr. Wood. day. I received the copy of letter sent Verda Anderson, who is attending to Mr. Standish by you, and will say have talked to him, and he has pro- school in Ephraim was home over , mised he will write you, and take Sunday. the matter up with you. I feel as you The home Economics have reorg do, that he should make some apol ogy or explanation, and I do not anized with Mrs. Lyman Seeley as Intend to let the matter drop until he President. has satisfied the people of Nephi. Let me hear from you again. The Farm Bureau have arranged for a most able speaker from Cedar Very Truly Yours, PERRY B. FULLER City to address the farmers Wednes Friday evening they day morning. will give a dance NORTH WARD M. I. A. PROGRAM SUNDAY EVENING The following program will be giv, en Sunday evening February 6th at the North ward M. I. A. to commence at 7 p. m. The general public cor dially invited. Paul Cowan Vocal Solo Ruby Painter Reading. Vocal Trio by Delles Garrett, Laurel Chase, and Edytb Garrett Verda Batchelor Violin Solo 1 v FT I- - - ef VY"" v lU'&L . C IV h Vl' n, COST OF EACH SCHOOL STUDENT town liall. designed as York Htv with a Public Political Education. Henry I.eneue nld the intention wss to make tmatrr inn forum, to be oi n to all n tn.Ml. ri. Is ;iu.it.-- l on West Forty third street. v i fr a public forum, 1ms been ..HiHnlly meeting, under the auspice of tli W. Taft, chairman of the b..nnl me town nan a inier run.-,,,citizens. The to,n ha , IS COMPUTED A report has been sent out this week from the otfice of the State Supt of Public Instruction which shows the cost of educating each student in the various districts of Utah. The report is interesting, s It gives a wide range in the cost In each of the forty school districts, the highest being Beaver District, where It cost last year the sum of $183.35 for each student, and the lowest Is Piute District, where the per capita cost was only $33.33. The State average was $64.83. Juab School District was $10.44 below the State average, the cost per student In this district last year being $54.39 The cost per student in the Tintic District, on the west side of Juab County, was $63.25. sat-isfact- io L The annual meeting of the stock holders of the Juab Farmers' as sociation was held Saturday after noon in the Court House, the meeting being presided over by the president of the association Mr. Jas. W. Scho-fiel- d. The annual financial statement was read by the manager Mr. L. wf Evans, which showed the company to be in good condition. On account of some financial indebtedness it was agreed by the stockholders present. to pass the regular dividend for this year. The question of some changes to be were discussed made in the and a special meeting Is called for this purpose to be held on the 19th Notice of which is pub of March; lished in another part of this issue. Before adjourning, the following directors were elected to serve the ensuing year. Jas. Schofield, Stephen Boswell, Geo, Francom, J. E. Irons, Ed. Malmgren. R. H. Gardner, Rich ard Sudweeks. Lorenzo Webb, L. W. Evans, J. E. Ostler, and Jas. B. Rich es by-la- SOUTH WARD iJENT ENTERTAIN- - COMPLETE SUCCESS The entertainment given by the South Ward M. I. A. Wednesday and Thursday evenings was a complete success in every way, and reflects great credit on all those who In any mnnner contributed to the affair. The Hawaiian scene, the Indian scene, the Japanese Girls, and the singing of tfie single and double quartets made up an entertainment of most worthy merit, while between the acts, the community singing, and the spicy Jokes admirably filled in the time between changes of scenery SOUTH WARD M. I. A. The entertainments were well patPROGRAM SUNDAY EVENING ronized, the church being filled to cap aclty on Wednesday night, and a good house again last night. The sale of At the South Ward meeting house Ice cream, and cake pop corn., the house Sunday evening following was also a candy, feature being well supporcommenc program will be given, to ted. at 7 p. m. All Invited. Miss Helen Cowan Violin Solo Miss Malda Foote FORM EH COUNTY ASSESSOR Heading MARRIES WEDNESDAY Piano Duet Cora and Veneta Latimer Miss Virginia Clyde, entertained Charles Haynes, the former county L. B. Club Friday evening at her aKaewsor of Juab County, surprised home. The time was spent in game his friends here Wednesday by going and music and dainty refreshments over to the Mantl Temple, and being were served to the following, Maurln Joined In marriage to Mrs. Emma The Vlckers, Blanoh Pitt. Thelma Bailey Connel Qulnn, of Ephraim. Emma Cole and the hostess Miss bride is well known in this city havClyde. ing been born here, as well as residing In Nephi for a number of Bobe Sperry, went to Salt Laka years. This paper Joins with their Monday for a few days vlait in that many friends In wishing them the city. greatest Joy In their married bliss. the Tills Nephi Base Ball fans will watch their favorites play this season in a ew line-u- p and instead of traveling to Gunnison and Salina to see games, the tide of battle will be transferred to Utah county, where they will be seen against the crack teams from this league. Orton Durham, who will manage the Nephitee this season, and Cap tain I. M. Petty, attended the meet ing in Provo Tuesday evening, and report that everything went along smoothly and harmonious, and be fore adjournment was taken, it was agreed to run an eight team league, Payson and Nephi being the two new members. Another meeting will be held next week at which a set of rules and regulations will be drawn up to govern the league during the season of 1921. The- teams composing the Central Utah Baseball League will be as follows. Lehi, American Fork, Spring- ille, Heber City, Provo, Spanish Fork, Payson, and Nephi. The entrance of the local team to this league, will give universal to the Ncphl ball tans, as all the towns, with tho exception of HebThe Junior High School students er are easy to reach, and the time re happily enjoying the occupancy and expense of traveling will be cut of the new building. down considerable from that of last year, with the Southern Utah League Dora Longson who is in Hough ton, Mich, with her aunt Mrs. Cliff Meyers was operated upon the first of the month for appendicitis. She STOCKHOLDERS HOLD is rapidly improving and is making friends in Mich. New York's New Tovn Hall Opened i Meeting Held In Provo Tuesday Evening Decide On Nels P. Sorensen who has An 8 Team Aggregation Ogden the past four months, Mrs. been in died at the home of her daughte, Mrs. L. Crosby. Funeral services are to be held Wednesday in the meeting house. Mrs. Sorensen was a well against one of the towns in his dis- respected and faithful iady whom trict, unless t)he speaker had the. facts many will miss. She was born in informa- Denmark October 12, 1840 and came to present, and not hear-sa- y tion to Utah in 1882. Surviving are three sons and two daughters. Henry N. Standish, Esq. State Senator, Edna Jensen went to Lovell, Wyo. Salt Lake City, Utah. Dear Sir; several months ago and returned a My attention has been called to an week ago accompanied by Dewey Johitem in the Salt Lake Tribune of nson, of Lovell, to whom she was Friday, Jan. 28th, in which you are married several weeks before comcredited with making certain remarks ing. Their many friends are hapconcerning the sanitary' conditions in pily congratulating them and wishing this city, which to my opinion amou- them a pleasant journey thru life. nts to nothing less than slander, and The young couple will make their entirely uncalled for in the legislat- home for the present in this city. ive halls of this State. These remarLast Friday evening a bundle show ks of yuurs have been published broadcast, and as this is the only er was given at the home of N. M. chance I have of defending the good Jensen in honor of Mr. and Mrs. name of this city, I brand your state- Dewey Johnson. ments as absolutely false and . con Mr. Rowland Rigby of Fairview, sider that you have done this city a great injustice and at the same time has been the guest of Idena Jensen. used very poor judgment in sing Mr. and Mrs. Harold Robertson ling out one town in Utah in which to unload your rather slim knowled- who have been in Soldier Summit ge of sanitary conditions as they ex for some time are in the city. Born to Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Allen Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sparks a baby girl. bov. Saturday, a baby Sunday, -- Born January 31st a girl to Mr. and Mrs. Vern Barentson.