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THR TIM CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB t OL'XTY AM) IS A VALUABLE : ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : tmt R8-NE- THE TIMES, VOL. MM ft I IB W & NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, APRIL 28TH, 1922 13, NO. 8. WORLD SERVICE CITY DAMAGE THE TIMES-NEW- S IS A BUUttT. Ell FOR THE AGRICUITCRAXi AND MINING INTEREST F : : JUAB tXUNTY t l . KIWANIS CLUB CHARTER THE NEWS, VOL. 6, NO 26 MINNESOTA DAY COUNCIL MEETS N EXTWEDN ESDAY. rT W&S 'via At two p. m. Wednesday afternoon the jury who had been called for this term of court were sworn in by Judge Knox. When the case of Frank Tranter vs Nephl City, and Wtllard Garrett vs Nephl City were called, counsel for Nephi City Wil-lar- d Hansen of Salt Lake City, City Attorney P. N. Anderson, and coun-s- e for Tranter, and Garrett, Judge Brammell, and Cheney, Jensen and Holman, announced to the court that an agreement had been reached by each party to effect a compromise, and tae cases would therefore be settled out of court. Judge Knox, then informed the jury, that as these were the only cases for which a jury would be needed their services would not be required again this session unless transpired. something unforseen After thanking the jurymen for their promptness in attending he discharged them from further attendance at this session. The damage cases which were settled by compromise grew out of the deplorable accident in June, 1920, in which Mrs. Wlllard Garrett lost her life and Frank Trapter received a serious electrict shock, due to a high tension wire dropping down onto a service wire which led to the home of Mr. Garrett. Suits were filed against the city, but which were compromised as stated above, the city paying Mr. Garrett $950, and Mr. Tranter $150. FUNERAL SERVICES HELD FOR MRS. ELLEN REAL i - Niss Deon Belliston will re Next Wedensday will be a gala day for the Kiwanis Club, the occasion being the presentation of the charter, which ceremony will take place at the Venice Theatre that evening, when District Governorf Haga of Boise, Idaho, will be here and present the club with their official credentials as a member of the Kiwanis Three weeks ago Miss Jensen rece ived a letter asking her to have all students taking English to contest Roads on the subject "How Good are Developing My Community." The theme could be not more than seven hundred works and not less than four hundred. Such letters were received by English teachers of all schools in the United States. The student who wrote the best theme would Be entitled to atts'iid 'any university he or she should choose for four years with all expenses paid Deon Belliston of the Freshman class wrote the following theme which waa considered the best from the N. H.S. Our educational system has been Students improved by good roads. living on farms and in neighboring towns have been able to attend our schools, because we have good roads which enable them to come in cars the very quickly. ' This decreases number of illiterate people in and around our community. The fewer illiterates we have in our midst. the better the community. A person can travel more quickly by automobile, if the roads are good, than by train, because they do not have to wait for the right train. Our school authorities can go on their business trips more quickly. This may in some cases, save or make many dollars for the school district. Because we have good roads lea3- ing to and In our community It Is possible for us to get more prom inent men into our town . to visit (Continued on page 4) present Nephi in contest. HighjScho-o-l I , The World Service Council of th Y, W. C. A., composed of a group of 145 key women selected from various parts of the United States, will meet during the National Con vention of the Young Women's Christian Association at Hot Springs, Ark-- , April 27th. Mra Lewis H. Lapham of New York City is chairman and will preside. MLLfGRADUATE DECS District Governor Haga of Boise, Idaho, Will Make Pre sentation At Venice Theatre Program, Lecture, Dance and Buffet Luncheon Will Take Up Evening. FROM STAKE SEMINARY ranged to take place at the Venice Theatre at 7.45 p. m. Master of Ceremonies Dr. N. J. Rees America Song Invocation President T. D. Rees by Kiwanis Club Quartet Song Address of Welcome Mayor T C Winn Response from representatives from visiting clubs. International. N. H. S. Glee Club Song A large number of visiting dele- Presentation of Charter by District gates from other towns In the State Governor Oliver O. Haga of Boise, comwill be here and the reception Idaho. mittee of the local club will estab- Acceptance of charter by Geo. D. d lish headquarters at the Forrest Hotel of Kiwanis Club. where they will be received by this Istruraental Selection by the Sympcommittee as they arrive In town. hony Trio. Arrangements are being made to Illustrated Lecture on "Scenic Utah" show the visitors various points of by Dr. Broaddus of Salt Lake City interest in this section prior to the After the program the local Kiwan-ian- s big meeting in the Venice to which with the visiting guests will all the people of the city of adult age adjourn to the Arlington where the are invited. A varied program has been prov- festivities will close with a grand ball ided for the occasion Including an and a buffet luncheon. illustrated lecture on "Scenic Utah" Every citizen in Nephl of adult age by Dr. Broaddhus of Salt Lake City. is invited to the meeting in the Venice The following is the program ar it 7.45 p. m. .... Hay-mon- was pleasantly surprised last Wednesday night, the occasion being her birthday. The evening was spent In games and music. At 11.30 p. dainty refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mfs. Wm. Brough, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ostler, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Blackett, Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Belliston, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Pitt, Mr. and Mrs. James Chrlsten-seMr. and Mrs. Ralph Carter, Mr. and Mrs. Rue Golden, Mr. and'Mrs, Mrs. S. R. Winn small but enthusiastic class will be graduated this year from the Juab The presentation Stake Seminary. of diplomas will take place during on a nf the sessions of the Quarterly Conference to be held May 13 th and 14 th. The work covered by those of rceivine- certificates consists three one year courses in Theology, viz: Old Testament, New Testament, and Church History and Doctrine. This is the first year graduation from the seminary has been possible, as the institution has only been In existance lone enough for the stu- Ident3 to meet the requirements. In th future eraduation will be a reg ular feature, and much larger classes will undoubtedly receive diplomas than this year. There are a large number who now have one and two years of work. The names of the graduates are an follows: Mae Sidwell, Thelma Sidwell, Rodger Lunt, Forence Neff. Roy T. Ostler, Cora Kay, Melissa Green, Margaret Linton, Luella Winn, Bert Lunt, Vera Belliston, and Evelyn Bailey. A Funeral services were held at the Tabernacle Sunday afternoon over the mortal remains of Mrs. Ellen Beal, who passed away a few days previous to that time. Bishop Thomas Bailey was In charke, and the open Ing number was given by the ward ohoir. J. D. Pexton offered the opening prayer. The speakers were Unity Chappell W. A. C. Bryan, Bishop John Dorius of Ephraim, P. P. Christison, and the closing remarks by Bishop Bailey. Each speaker told of the faith ful life the deceased had led as a member of the Latter Day Saints Church, and her good work as a NEPHI BOY WINS IN member of the Relief Society. Musical numbers were given by SPELLING CONTEST Mrs. Mabel Lunt, Mrs. Ed. Carter, and L. P. Anderson, and the closing song by the choir. L. A. Bailey Sr, pronounced the benediction. Ernest Carter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Interment took place in the Vine Hyrum Carter of Backfoot, Idaho, Bluff Cemetery. J. C. Hall dedicating nd former residents of this city won the grave. Beautiful flowers covered out a few days ago In a spelling con the casket. test in the Idaho City, in which 15 The following out of town visitors schools were represented. Ernest at attended the funeral. Mr. and Mrs tended the Nephi schools until ne John Beat,, Airs. Eliza Pherson, Mrs. passed the 6th grade when the fam Mart Isaacson, all of Ephraim. Mrs. ily moved to Idaho. The following Ed. G. Holding, Mr. and Mrs. David is the clipping taken from the Black- Ayerton, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Guiver, foot paper. Mrs. Charles Holding, Mrs. Geo. Rose Under the direction of County sister of the deceased, Mr. Frank Suoerlntendent of Schools Mrs Grace Rose, Rose Chandler, sister of Mrs. Falconer, a spelling contest was held Beal, all of Salt Lake City and Mr In the Central school of Blackfoot on David Beal of Ephraim. Saturday afternoon, in which repre sentatives from fifteen schools of the county were entered, all being from .vWKVKTi STAR LEGION were requirea HONOR GRANTS BIRTHDAY the eight grade. They to spell 300 words In a written contest, the words being difficult ones. Ernest Carter, of the Blackfoot CenThe Service Star Legion of this city tral school came out the winner, mis honored the memory of U. S. Grant sing only 32 words out of 300. The yesterday, the occasion being the one representative from the Firth school hundredth anniversary of the great was second, missing 38 words out or civil war hero. Members of the or the number. ganization visited each school of the city and gave talks on the life of Grant, and also presented a large WILL RE MARRIED NEXT THURSDAY, MAY 4T1I size card to each class with the In structlons for the use of the flag printed thereon. The marriage of Miss Arvilla formerly of this city, to Mr. Clarence Harding of Provo, will take place next Thursday, May 4tt. at The members of the cast who play- thn latter nlace. The bride to be is ed "The Wrong Mr. Wright" the past the youngest daughter of Mrs. E. J. winter, enjoyed a canyon party Wed Hall, formerly of Nephl, and nas a nesday afternoon. The trip to the lorra rlrrlrt of friend here who will canyon was made In autos. At 6 p. wish her the greatest of happiness m. a delicious luncheon was served, and good fortune. after which a camp fire social was Mrs. Nellie Schoflold returned to held. The following were present: Mr. and Mrs. Orton Durham, Mr. and Nephl Wednesday, after a couple of Mrs. A. J. Crapo, Mr. and Mrs. W. weeks visit In Salt Lake City. H. Warner, Mr .and Mrs. Rollo Orme, Prinrlnal fleore A. Soerry has Mary Woollcy. Alta N. Jensen, Lax elle Chase, Edna Haynes, Virginia been wearing a smile a yard wide ThA rofinon beinc the Sperry. Robert Park, Lavor Carter, thi. wank Warrillow Brough, Geo. A. 8perry Jr. arrival of the first baby boy at their home Saturday. and Finchley Bowles. Man-ffii- ENJOY CANYON PARTY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON wins MAY 3RD 1 Counsel For Each Side Agree on Compromise Terms Jury Discharged. In" ...r GOOD ROADS PAPER RACE FOR SENATE CASES SETTLED Sj WOMAN IN ' Mrs. Pcler Olcsen, of Minnesot proposes to give U. S. Senato Kellogg. Republican, a hot fight fo hi seat in the cominii tall election She has the endorsement of th Democrats and also a large indt nendent following. LADIES LITERARY ELECT Miss Gould, Elroy Chrlstensen Gladys Brough, and Blanche Pitt. CLUB OFFICERS At a meeting of the Ladies Liter Carl Belliston entertained a num ary Club held Friday evening In the ber of his young friends at his High School Building the following home Wednesday evening, in honor officers were elected to serve for one Games and music year. President Mrs. Jas. L. Bellisof his borthday. were enjoyed during the evening, and ton, Vice President Mrs. Walter F. refreshments served to the follow. Brough, Secretary Mrs. Wilson Glaz ing: Erma Golden, Eva Linton, Kar- - ier, Treasurer Mrs. T. C. Winn, Re la Vlckers, Sadie Howard, Emma porter Mrs. S. B. McCune. Prior to Ostler, Lenor Bowles, Ruby Belliston the election of officers a six course George Irons, Milton Rees, Robert dinner was served by the Domestic Glenn Schofleld, Ronald Science Girls under the direction of Jas. Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Miller, Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Winn, Belliston, Willis Lltnon, and Carl Miss Smurthwaite. The guests were M. I. Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Winn, Bert Winn, Belliston. seated at two long tables which were decorated with spring flowers, and the favors were in green and white the club colors. The following were present: Mrs. G. M. Whltmore, Miss Bertha McPherson, Mrs. Jas. E Cole, n, President of A. C. U. Urges Farmers to Raise Beets Mrs. Mark Sowby, Mrs. D. O. Miner, Mrs. T. D. Rees, Mrs. N J. Reee, Mrs. Jas. L Belliston, Mrs T C Winn, Mrs. J. W. Boud, Mrs. I. M Introduced-IThere can be no doubt of the wis- and new crops will be Petty, Mrs. T. H. Burton, Miss Neva dom of the farmers of Utah and due time, but it takes time to make Booth, Miss Lula McPherson, Mrs Interest, To train W. Ellison. Mrs. E. R. Forrest. Mm Idaho deciding to raise a generous them of state-wid- e acreage of sugar beets this year, says the growers, develop the machinery, Dennis Wood, Mrs. J. W. Whitmore, Elmer G. Peterson, president of the perfect the special Irrigation practice Mrs. R. T. Cowan. Mrs. Walter F Utah Agricultural college. Aside from needed, and develop the other pro Brough, Mrs. Wilson Glazier, and Mrs S. B. McCune. the monetary returns, which may or cess required by each crop. We know how to grow sugar beets may not be to the full satisfaction of either the companies or the grow- after two decades of practice. We ers, the industry, as such, deserves have the machinery, the labor; we the support of every thoughtful citi- know how to treat the soil. We have zen. Utah and Idaho have too much an assured market. This year, for in at stake in this industry to permit It stance, w may feed our potatoes to to languish because of lack of acre- the hogs and cattle. No one knows Orson S. Williams of Centerfield age. It would be a fine thing for The high prices of last year may, as Is visiting with relatives here. the sake of the future, forgetting usually happens, convert the growany difference which may have ex- ers to plant a large acreage of potaMerle Newton of Provo is visiting isted, to crowd these factories to toes. If the east does likewise and the crop matures we may have a with his parents, Mr .and Mrs James reasonable capacity. poor market for our potatoes. Of H. Newton. There is no reason at this time for course just the reverse may occur. Mrs. Vera Kay of Lynndyl, Is vis discussing anything except the Influ No one would dare predict a price for ence of a thriving sugar industry potatoes or any other auch crop. And iting in Mona. upon our whole economic life. Many that is just the point that sugar Mr. and Mrs. James W. Kay spent farmers have told me that aside from beet growers should remember. a few days with relatives at Tremon the question of profit, they propose to must rotation be Crop practiced this year to put In as large an acre a far greater extent In Utah and ton last week. to in as order beets of possible age Idaho than has been done in the Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Keyte, Lauren help restore the Industry. They say past. The deplorable drop In acre that even if they lose money, they tonnage In some of our best valleys Keyte and Laurel Carter, were Pro will do this. Now whatever we may last year was due In measure to fail-or- e vo visitors last week. think of this attitude In other ways A given acre can to rotate. Airs. Sarah Shepard and daughter we cannot but pronounce It great raise one crop successfully only no citizenship worthy of a great state. long, then It must be refreshed by a Chloe, spent Sunday with relatives at Mt. Pleasant. Utah, which is distinguished by Its change of crops. Sugar beets fit Oerta'n rotation Into lt our admirably. of has, through spirit cooperation, Eno8 Brimhall, of Provo spent farm bureau committee, and its com- valleys have peas and other such few days in Mona last week. pany committee, agreed upon a price crops, but even In these valleys sugfor beets. This act Itself Is an act ar bets. cannot be sacrificed. This Mr. and Mrs. Foyd Cloward have of confidence. It Is good to know that Is a strong reason why sugar bee's been visiting Mrs. Cloward's parents even lowered a raised should be at the this agreement is supported by Mr and Mrs. James E. Kay. sentiment of the state. There are profit. There Is a heavy loss of effort other aspects of the sugar beet sit Miss Bertis Lynn of Eureka, is vis uation which necessitates attention. and money while we learn anything Our distance from markets limits new. The problem In agriculture, as iting here with relatives. the crops we can grow profitably In all Industry and with all of us A very excellent program was glv here. Dairy products we can pro- this spring, to get down to bunl-neen In the meeting house Sunday even around as little than with fussing duce in much larger quantity of the M. I. A at present. Hogs we can produce as with Tiew things as possible. This Ing. The Stake Board over from Nephl a supplement to our diversified farm summer will put us back to reason brought the program It being furnished by the mutual If to able gets everybody prosperity Large hog raising enterprises Ing. as a gpecllixed business are matters work at work he knows how to do. members of the Nephl wards. A large Now, of all times, is no time f r and appreciative crowd was In attend' of Individual attention, and responsithe more le at it Idler, the pessimist, the crank ance. The proceeds went to help pay but few a hogs bility, g of th on every general farm are practic- with new schemes or with some pat- for the recent house. ent of meeting medicine government rempdy able. In the aggregate, of course, this would mean a tremendous In- for economics. Good Three of tho Stake Seminary stu crease In big production. Poultry work Is what we need now on the took up the time in the sacra So dents the of can we sugar everybody. part and poultry products produce which is equally of the farm- mental meeting Sunday afternoon an In greatly Increased quantity.- - And so with certain fruits and gaMen er and the company, drsprves a hear- delivered some well prepared talks truck. But we are limited grer.tly ty support. We do not know hut on theological subjects. for It to a concentrated product such as that the future will open Mr. Stewart and Air. Bird visited meats, sugar, canned stuff, bu'ter gloriously. Of one thing we may be and cheese and such products. With certain, It can have no future with the schools here Monday afternoon bulky crops, we grow at consider!. :le out a generous support, particularly Members of the Stake Relief Soc haxard. We nwd more mony crt ps. tils yar. ss house-cleanin- 9 A. PROGRAMS SUNDAY EVENING V North Ward The given house ection following program will be at the North Ward maeting Sunday evening under the dir of the M. I. A. Prelude Vocal Duet, Delias Garrett and Lois Lunt. Piano Duet, Irene Tolley and Zelma Pay. Vocal Trio Kenneth, Robert and Ora Judd. Vocal Duet Elma and Waldo Jones Nephi Ward The following program, will be given In the Tabernacle Sunday evening unde the auspices of the.M. I. A. . Mrs. Allie Belliston Vocal Solo Violin and Piano Solo, Leila Batch- 'elor and Verda Batchelor. Reading Gladys Ingram Talk on Loyalty by Ray Stewart Piano Selection Vocal Solo John Christison Talk by J. E. Lunt. SPECIAL PROGRAM SUNDAY EVENING AT SOUTH WARD A special program will be given Sunday evening In the South ward meeting house under the auspices of the M. I. A., this being the closing night for the present season In the work. ward Mutual Improvement The program will commence at 8 p. m. Athella Booth Organ Prelude Opening Song by Congregation Prayer Intrumental Trio, Mercl Goldsbrough Mrs. Diane O. Booth and R. Q. Dorius. Vocal Duet. Mrs. Allie Belliston and Mrs. Mabel Lunt. Three Selections by N. H. 8. Chorus under direction of K. J. Bird. Vocal Solo Christie Clark Trombone Solo . . LeGrande Jenkins Closing song by Congregation Benediction. The Stake Genenlogy Committee will have an excursion to the Mantl Temple on the 18th of May. Everybody In Juab Stake are cordially Invited to make the trip. iety Board were In attendance at the Relet Society Meeting Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Sidney Norton of Nephl has been visiting in Mona with her sister Mrs. Edw Phepard for the past three weeks.