CIRCULAT-RTHE TIMES-NEW- S THROUGHOUT EA8T JUAB COUNTY ANI lei A VALUABLE : ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : A liOUMii ER FOR THE AGRICULTURAL AXD MIXING IXTEKES1H OF JUAB COUNTY - : : ; : : IHUE.I15lES-NKWai- S H nm i J NEPHI. JUAB COUNTY. UTAH, DAY, NOVEMBER 18TH 1921 COMMISSIONERS JUAB RECORD CROWDS ATTEND SATURDAY STAKE QUARTERLY representing the various auxiliary boards as follows. . Oscar Kirkham, Preston Nibley, and Geo H. Brimhall of the M I. A. Milton of the Sunday Schools, Newell Ben-nio- n, K Young of the Religion Class, Miss Agnes Campbell of the Y. L. M I A. Miss Clara Davjs of the Primary As- sociations, and Mrs Jennie Brimhall, Knight, of the Relief Society. of the conference The first opened at 10.30 a. m Saturday morning. President T D. Rees,- presiding. The congregation sang "Put Your Saoulder To The Wheel" and prayer was offered by J. M. Christensen. "Truth Reflects Upon Our Senses" was then sang when President Rees announced that the coference would then adjourn for a group of conventions of the various auxiliary organizations. Bishop A.' H. Belliston, pronounced the benediction The next session was held at 2 p m "Beautiful Zion" was sang by the Congregation, and prayer was offered by L. A. Bailey Sr, "Count Your Blessings" was then sang, after which the meeting was addressed by Oscar Kirkham, Preston Nibley, Newell N. Young, Mrs. Cambell and Mrs. Knight each of whom spoke of the auxiliary work which they represented. At 3 p. m the meeting adjourned for group work . Sunday morning at 10.30 a. m. the sessions of the conference were continued. President Rees presided, pray er being offered by Bishp Bailey. The speakers were Newell Young, Milton Bennion and Geo. H. Brimhall. The outstanding features of their remarks - NEWS HAPPENINGS FROM the need among the people of having a good home life, which they stated was one of the safeguards of the nation. Prayer in, the homes of the saints was also emphasized by the speakers. The closing prayer was offered by J. E. Lunt The conference assembled at 2 p m., when every available seat in the Tabernacle was occupied there being over nine hundred people in atten dance when President Rees announ A feature of ced the openlg hymn. the afternoon session was the sing ing of the High School Chorus under the direction of K. J. Bird, who were complimented by the speakers on their work. r After the opening prayer by Wm. Bailey, Apostle Richards addressed the congregation stating that the records of Juab Stake was marked low in Ward Teaching and in attend was The Quarterly Stake Conference which came to a close Sunday afternoon was one of the best attended in years, over nine hundred people being present at the Sunday afternoon sesA large number of speakers sion. were in attendance from Salt Lake THE NEPHf HIGH SCHOOL students have the in t'aeir subjects duraverage highest Seniors Maida weeks. six first the ing Juniors Foote, average of 9 2. Edna Haynes, average of 90. Sophomores Ruby Painter, 88. Freshman Edward Miller, average 85. The following very delightful program was tie student body Wednesday under the direction of the Ag.- Club William Starr taking charge. Vocal Solo, Marcia Starr, Prayer Mr. Beag-lePiano Solo Gordon Wood. Vlol-JSolo Verda Batchelor, Talk "The Mr. Work of the County Agent. Smith. A given to - y. n In the class series of Basket Ball .Monday. The first game between the Freshmen and the Seniors, the Freshmen proved the winner with a score of 37 to 13. The second game between the Juniors and Sophomores the Juniors won with a score ot 8 to 11. Wednesday, the two winning classes played the rub off game in which the Freshmen won with a score of 28 to 25. Melissa Green won in the type writing classes this week. Miss Green wrote SO gross words errors with a net speed per minute. making six of 44 words The school has been making a drive for better speech this week. The class which makese the most errors in its the spech has been asked to treat Friothsr classes to peanut bust day afternoon. The dance which the Freshmen gave last Friday afternoon was a success in every way. The Freshmen have now made enough money to furnish their part of the rest room. The Student Body enjoyed the following program Friday, Nov. 11th, under the direction of Miss Jacobson. Song, High School Chorus "Our Old High School." Prayer Mr. Johnson. Heading, Miss Woolley. mental Trio. Mrs. Diane Instru- G. Booth, Miss Mercl Goldsbrough and Mr. Dor- lun.. Talk Ronald Shaw, member of Side Lights on American Legion. Mr Life. Original Besglfy. 'Army Toems Mr Toulaon. MET NO. 88 THE NEWS, VOL. 6, NO. 15 FORMER RESIDENT OLD FOLKS ENTERTAINED WITH NOV. 12TH AHNHAL The regular meeting of the Board of County Commissioners was held Saturday,. November 12th,.. there be ing present W. G. Orme, Geo. Fran-coand John Bunnell Claims against the county were allowed after being audited and found correct. On motion of Bunnell, the clerk was authorized to draw a warrant in favor of Colin McMurphy, for $2, 240.00 from tie county road bond fund being the balance due on con tract on the Silver City Champlin road. The Board authorized the payment of $175.00 to the Burroghs adding machine Co, for a machine purchased in June. The petition of the Levan Town Board for a franchise7 was favorably considered by the board. The petitioners were requested to prepare the franchise and present it at the next It is understood that the meeting. franchise is for the purpose of constructing an electric light line throu1 gh this part of the county. m Harry Reed, a former resident of this! city passed away in San Francisco Sunday. The deceased was, born in JEngland 60 years ago, .coming to thitcountry 30 years ago. For many years he was a resident of Nephi, children having been previously buried here. For a number of years he worked in Eureka, but later moved to California, where he engaged in ' the garage business. He is survived by his two sons, Peter and Harry Reed both of Bluff- dale,. Utah; two daughters, Mrs. Mar-gar- e Stevens of California and Mrs. Mary 'Stringham of Salt Lake City. leaves two sisters and one brother to mourn his departure. The body arrived in this city yes terday, morning and funeral services willbe held, from the Tabernacle to- , He-als- aayai He ance at Sacrament meetings. urged those present to put forward greater efforts in the future in' this respect. Oscar Kirkham, then spoke on the slogan of the M. I. A. "Loyal Citizenship" and urged the people to help enforce the law in relation to pro hibition and the sale of cigarettes.' After remarks by Geo. H. Brim hall, and President Rees, and a vocal solo by Miss Christie Clark, the conference came to a close with the sus taining of the local and general auth orities of the church by the uplifted hand of each member of the congre gation. Benediction was offered by J. N. C Pexton and one of the most success ful conference for years came to a close In the., evening a joint session .of tbeWI. A. was held in the Taberna cle, at which Oscar Kirkham, gave an interesting address on scout work. A musical program was also given. .J TRAIL-- j, p m. THE OTHER MAN'S NEPHI HEADS LIST IN . COLLECTIONS The report of telephone collect ions of the Mt. States Telephone Company for the month of October,, shows that Nephi leads every town and city in the state of Utah, in the per centage of money collected during this month. This is a splendid showing for this city considering the tight money market that hasprevail-e- d this year. Manager Clyde of the local office wishes to thank the many patrons of the telephone service here for the prompt payment of bills during the past month, which has made i . this record possible. m AT THE VENICE L.iJ. Foote, the veteran actor will return next Monday to his native city and .open a three nights engagement at (tie head of the Rotation Stock Co. Mr. Foote has a fine company of eigit players with him it is said, and the play which they present the first night, entitled 'The Other Man's Wife" is one that has proven exceptionally popular it eastern show nous ea. The theatre patrons of this city will be pleased to welcome Mr. Foote here again as they recognize in him an actor of worthy merit who has de voted years to the art, and who has always been ambitious to excel In his chosen profession. There will be a change of play each night during their stay in this city. The annual Old Folks Day in this I city was held Wednesday In the Tab-- ! ernacle, and was a great sucoess At noon a splendid throughout. banquet was served by the commltttee that was fit for a King to partake of. Everything that is good for the ap petite of man was there In rich a- Roast chicken, boiled bundance. chicken, roast beef, roast pork, boiled ham, green peas, baked beans. mashed potatoes, salads, pickles, cel ery, pies, cakes and fruit. ' Bishfrp A. H. Belliston, was called upon fpr an address of welcome and responded in a happy manner President J. N. C. Pexton returned thanks, after which for a hour and a half to the sweet strains of Bird's Orchestra the old people regaled themselves with the good things to eat that had been so well provided by the ' committee At the conclusion of the banquet a fine program was renderd. N J. Rees, chairman of the Old Folks Com mittee was master of ceremonies. The first number was the singing of America by the congregation. Prayer was offered by Jas. W. Paxman. A musical trio was then given by the Cole Sisters, followed with a reading by Miss Mary Woolley " L. P. Anderson then rendered a vocal soloi accompanied by the Goldsbrough Sls- trs. Selection by themlxed quartet from the Nephi High School, reading by Mrs. T. W. Vickers, Violin Solo by Verda Batchelor, accompanied by Leila Batchelor Reading by Loretta Sparks; musical selections by Golds brough Sister.- - Reading and comic dances by N. W. Ellertson of Mona Miss Idale Pitt, visited in . Salt Lake Saturday and Sunday,' .; Mr. arid Mrs. "Li. Bailey" Celebrate Diamond Wedding - . - r WORTHY EXHIBIT i - 4 able at this time to get another. Their only milk cow also died soon after this, a loss which meant something In those days. Along about this period Mr. Bailey, took an active part In the Indian Wars but in company with many others has never received anything for his services from the Gov- ernment In the early 80's he was called by President John Taylor on a mission to England, but was compelled to return on account of ill health. He was ordained a seventy In 49th qulrum, and later appointed to take charge of the tithing office for Juab Stake, which comprised the whole of Juab County at that time. He held this position of trust for 21 years. For 11 years he was Slake Supt. of Sunday Schools In Juab County before the division Into two stakes. He has served as a member of the High Council of the L. D. S Church for the past 30 years, and last year was ordained a Patriarch of Juab Stake Sister Bailey, who was formerly Miss Sarah Andrews, came with her parents to Nephi In the year 1860, crossing the plains In her nncle Tho te - m ;.:- 'J. r. "Miss Ida "Bailey 6f tphraiM viat- air. ana t i;av n rsirn. rerarnfl ed for a few days this week with Miss to their home in Provo Monday after Marcia Starr In this city. visiting here the past week ' AND STAG PARTY r- Vocal solo' by Mrs Mabel Lunt, and duet by L P Anderson and Mrs Ed. Carter. Remarks by H. F McCune, and I H Grace ot Salt Lake City, and T. D Rees, and closing remarks by chairman N. J. Rees, . Benediction by Bishop C. H Grace At the close of the program a sack of candy was presented to each of t'ae old folks; During the banquet L. A. for the Bailey, read a poem composed " . occasion , In the evening a large crowd gath, ered at the Arlington where the days festivities ended with a dance which everyone enjoyed.' ,The committee wish to thank all those who contributed in any manner to the success- of the day and for the liberal donations of food and money received. The following is a list of the committee. N. J Rees, Chairman, Mrs. Unity Chappell, Mrs Sarah A Hall, Mr. and Mrs.' Joseph Broadhead. Mr. and Mrs James B Riches, Mr and Mrs S R Winn, Mrs. J E. Cole, Mr. and Mrs Joseph W Cowan, Mr, and Mrs J E. Memmott Mr and Mrs.; Hy-ruBroadhead, Mr. and Mrs .J H Lunt, Mr and Mrs.' James Andrews, Mr; and Mrs Geo D. Hayniondj Mr and Mrs. Jos. E. Ostler, Mr and Mrs Geo W Lunt, Mt and Mrs W. P Gadd Mrs. Wm. Morgan, Mrs Amy Grover, Mr. Perry Hall, and Mr. Wm G Orme ' The committee are entitled to much credit for the good services ren dered in providing, this annua en tertainment for the old folks. The day is looked forward to as a reunion when old times can be talked "over. and old memories refreshed Grant Ord went to Salt Lake Tues' ' day for a short visits V, . ANNUAL ELECTION The exhibit of the Primary Assoc iations shown in the Commercal Club ' "i rooms during the stake conference, f giving the routes traveled by the pion wra in com ne. to Utan was a mosi worthy exhibit. All the details of the journey was carried out in a picturesque manner by the use of painted eprds. wagons and cx teams. At the onj nt the lone table containing- the exhibit, a picture of Brig'iam Young was shown. Here his carriage stops at the foot of the mountains and his L historic words "This Is The Place" is nnintnd on the side of the conveyance. The exhibit was visited Saturday and Mr. and Mrs. L. A Bailey, respec-- j Sunday by a large number of people ted and honored citizens of this comme worn at who expressed surprise their Diamond munity celebrated accomplished by the primary children Wedding Anniversary In this city yesterday, having been married November 17th, 1861. T'ae festivities incluAn Evening In Honor ded a banquet at their home to the 01 Father And Mother family and old time friends, and a big reception and dance at the North WTard Amusement Hall to which over The three ward organizations of the two hundred guests were present. The M. I. A. of this city will give a dance honored couple were recipients durat the Arlington Wednesday Novem ing the evening of many hearty conber 30th, in honor of the fathers and gratulations and good wishes, L. A. Bailey, was born in Whit- mothers of this city. Prizes will be awarded for .the best old fashioned wick, England, in 1838 and was bap dressed person at the party. Musical tized In that country in the year 1847 numbers and songs of long ago will at the age of nine years. In 1856 he A hA elvpn between the dances. emigrated with his parents to Utah, basket lunch will also be a feature. rrosslng the plains with the Admission to the fathers and mothers hand cart company, of that year, will be free. A general admission to there being one third of the company the young people will be 25c each. dying from starvation and other This entertainment Is the November causes. He arrived In Salt Lake Nov. activity of the M. I. A. and will be 30th, and after remaining there for made one of the big features of the a few days journeyed on to Nephi where he has lived ever since. season During the trip across the plains he The officers of the North Ward had suffered for want of food to such Relief Society entertained Tuesday an extent that he only weighed sixty evening In honor of Mrs. Abner Blg- - pounds when he srrlved here, al ler, Wrs. Mary A. Jackson, Mr Step- though a young man nearly 18 years hen Boswell, Mrs Mary Brough, Miss of age. He had no home to go to, but Ettla Sidwell and Mrs. Wm. Jones, was taken In hand tiy Patriarch Wm. the retiring officers of the organis Caller, who provided him with a Having scarcely any ation. A very entertaining program good home. was given and delicious refreshments clothes to wear. Patriarch Cazler, fit ted him out with buckskin trousers were served to thone prespnt. and shirt, this being practically the and Warrillow only kind of clothes that were ob' Lanell Burton Brongh, were passengers to Salt tainable at this time. On November 1861 he married his Lake City on Monday afternoon's train. present wife, their first child being called to the great beyond while a R. H. Evans went to Salt Lake young baby. Misfortune followed hfm In loxing one of his oxen, being un Wednesday afternoon. WEDNESDAY BANQUET Committee Provide Splendid Feast" Which Was Greatly Excellent Program Enjoyed By Aged Citizens Followed Repast Dance Ends Days Festivities. andjhls bodyjs being brought here for Wrial, his wife and some of his -- THE PIONEER -- FRITllk TIMES, VOL. 12, GONFERENG E Home Life One of Main Topics o! Speakers -- Group Work Of Auxiliary Organization A Feature Members Of General Boards Present. Apostle Geo. F. Richards, ' DOUBLE WEDDING ARRANGED A meeting of the members of the Nephi Commercial Club was held Tuesday evening In the club rooms. President W. C. Andrews, occupied the chair. He Informed the memof bers that the annual election officers would take place early in December, and said It was customary to have a luncheon on this ocIt was then suggested that casion. the secretary inform each member the date when the election would be held, and also make arrangements for a luncheon on this occasion which would take the form of a stag party. It is also planned to have a rousing Inaugural party for the new officers of the club, and the new city officers early In January, particulars to be given out later. Nephi North Ward Special Program WE STAND FOR LOYAL CITIZEN - LAST THURSDAY The residence of Mrs. C. M. Clark, of Provo, was the scene of an Interesting double wadding Thursday last, when her sister Miss Edna Downs of Nephi was united in marriage to Allan N. Robblns of Salt Lake and ber sister Miss Bernlce Downs became the wife of Leroy Stubbs of Provo. The ceremonyl was performed by Bishop L L. Nelson In the presence of the immediate relatives and clcse friends of the contracting parties. Following the ceremony an elaborate The wedding dinner was served. table decorations consisted of fall flowers, two kewple brides, a large wedding cake forming the centerpiece. Mr. and Mrs Stubbs left the same evoning on a honeymoon trip through Idaho, after which they will make their home In Provo. Mr. and Mrs. Robblns left for Salt Lake, where they will reside. This paper joins with their many friends here in wishing them the greatest of joy and happiness. SHIP" 1921 SLOGAN "The Red, Congregation Singing, Council Canvass Votes White and Blue." Of Recent Election Prayer Vocal Solo, "The Flag Without A Stain" Mrs. Lorraine Lunt. Five Minute talk, "Better Speech" The City Council mist Monday evenMiss Estelle Jacobson. to canvass the voles cast at the ing Osmond Reading, .'A Patriotic Wish" recent municipal election. All memCard. of the council were present. The bers 8couts To The Flag Boy Allegiance canvass showed practically the same Class Work. results as were published in this paper last week. On proper motion the KOITII WARD were declared duly elected, The following program will be giv following the recorder Instructed to IssTie and ward en Sunday evening at the South election to them. May- of certificates .. meeting house to commence at 1 All , fflO .ml n n r.. n f&WU1 f 11'l.n IT 1 P-- Thelma Warner Piano Solo Ff I I 1 U 1111 11111, 1. V. Ji.ui term, E R Forrest. Councilmen two year term. Geo. A. Sperry Jr., J A Booth, Jesse Tay. Recorder, W. H. Ul - Ruth Booth Reading mas Wright's company. She passed Talk "Better Speech" Wilson Glazier Claude Lomax Warner and treasurer Mrs. Leah through the hardships of early pion Violin Solo eer life here, and has always been a Current Events Stanford Rees Chase. faithful member of the Church. Brother and sister Bailey, have NFnil WARD COMPLKTKS WKIiL OS been blessed for many years with the The following program will be JENKINS I$RO. FARM good things In life, and are both In given Sunday evening at the Nephi fairly good health at the prexent time. Ward commencing at 7 p. m. Brlant Petty Lloyd Hobbs, completed the drilThey have six sons and six daughters Cornet Solo all married, and i Talk by Geo. A. Sperry Jr. "Better ling of the well on the farm of JenTen years ago they celebrated their kins Bros, this week. The well Is Speech.'.' Katherlne Whltmore 125 feet d?ep and contains water for golden wedding anniversary, suid Reading yesterday the diamond wed;!ing. an Vocal Duet, Melba and Mabel Ander- a deptb of 60 feet. The present capevent that very rarely occurs In the son acity of the well Is 720 gallons of lives of many people. water an hour by using a pump Talk by N. J. Rees. .... grand-children. .....