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If CIRCULAT. KS THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COUNTY AND IS A VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : THK TIMES-NEW- S S THE TIMES, VOL 18, NO 11 RCISES WEDNESDAY 'Address Will Be Given By 'Walter Adams Of Provo f Program For Occasion The exercises in honor of the graduates of the Eight grade students wHl be given next Wednesday evening in the Tabernacle to commence at 8 p. m. The address to graduates will be given by Walter Adams of Provo. The following is the program for the occasion. Chorus "In our Boat" Eighth Grade T W. Vickers Invention . . . Chfei Tis "Portuguese Hymn" Eighth Grade. Reading "Jane's Graduation" Asenath Crover. Violin Duet Wanda Petty and Mildred Sperry. Address to Graduates Hon. Walter Adams. Solo "When Shall We Meet Again" Loran Kendall Paper "The New High" Katherine Starr Piano Duet Emma Paxman Blanch Burton. Reading "The Tale of A Stamp Os mond Card. Chorus "Th9 Bluebirds" Seventh Grade. H BUDGET OF MONA NEWS A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Carlos Jacobsen, May 12th. J. H. Freebain is visiting in Salt Lake City this week. Prof John C. Swenson of the B. Y. U. was in Mona Wednesday making a short visit with Ray Newton. Leon Newton and Sarah A Newton, were visiting relatives in Sanpete Saturday and Sunday last.. BY at Pleasant. George Olsen of Fairview, a former teacher in the ,Mona school, was here for a few days this week visiting relatives and friends. Sarah Shepard spent the last week with relatives at Payson. Mrs. Ada Kay was a Salt Lake vis- itor last week. Ethel Jacobsen of Santaquln, is visiting her brother Charles Jacobsen Leo Ellertons spent a few days here last week. Supt Stewart and Mr Bird visited the schools Monday afternoon. Orson S. Williams Sr. has returned to his home in Centerfield after a visit here with relatives and friends SIGN nms CONTRACT FOR NEXT YEAR While there are still some vacan cies both in the grades and the high school of this district the work sign ing up teachers for next year is pro gressing very satisfactorily. A maj ority of teachers who have been em ployed in the district during the present year have signed their contracts to return next year. Up to date the following teachers have signed. Nephi High School: Geo. A. Sperry Jr. Harry Beagley, Wilson Glazier, Lillian Blackett, Estella Jacobsen, C W. Johnson, Ezra J. Poulson, and Or- ton Durham. Nephi Grade Schools: Alonzo.Ing' ram, J C Hall, T W Vickers. J. M Christensen, Elva Jennings, Wm. H Warner, Andrew Latimer, Walter Sells, Robert Park, Alean Pace, Eleda Garrett, Luclle Warner, Mabel Sperry Pearl Allen, Blanch Morgan, Tacy Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Anderson of ML Pleasant were Mona visitors last Sat- Irons Levan High School: Earl urday and Sunday. A. Beck Ivan C. Dalby. The school program will be held Levan Grade Schools: Ivan C Thursday night of this week. All the Dalby, Joel Taylor, Helen Bendlct Vera Pay. grades will participate. Mona Grade School: Ray Newton Mrs. Jennie Turmody of Salt Lake L. M. Monson, and Lei a Newell. City has been visiting with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Houghton. WILL REORGANIZE RED CROSS CHAPTER HERE afternoon 12th 5th the May Friday and 6th grade pupils of the Mona school gave a very pleasant program Miss Nell Holslnger of the Pacific of sonf and rhyme in honor of their mothers. At the close of the enter Division ot the Red Cross Society was tainment the teacher Mr.. Monson pre In this city Wednesday and Thurssented all the mothers with a white day, making arrangements for the carnation. reorganization of Nephi Red Cross Society. The plan as outlined. Is to Mr. Claud Rowe, one of the M. I. have a board of directors conslslng A. officers offered a prize of $7 for the of seven members, three of the dlr best essay on the subject "Why I be ectors to be members of the executive came a Boy Scout" These prizes were committee. This organization will awarded Wednesday evening to the take place after the meeting Sunday following. 1st prize $5 to Marc Free- - evening In the Tabernacle. The reor fcairn. 2nd prize 12 to Arthur Young ganlzation of the chapter here has become necessary on account of con siderable funds which are now on The Grace Garage Company are hand from the former chapter, an agents for the well known Dodge which cannot be used until a new Cars and Trucks, and according to Mr organization 1b effected. Grace of this com puny, this car Is coming into greater public favor Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Whltmore, mot every year. This spring's sales In ored to Salt Lake City Tuesday for elude Dodge Cars to Gilbert Bailey and A. W. Clyde, and a Dodge Truck few days visit with relatives. to A. O, Bylund of York. This com Mrs. Clara Strong, of Salt Lak pany is contemplating an aggressive advertising campaign In this section City, Is visiting with Mr. and Mrs Jn the near future ER. Forrest this week. MAY ROAD DAY THE NEWS, VOL. 6. NO 29 1. H. S. COMMENCE the government had appropriated $150 towards repairing this stretch of road, and it was this report that caused the club to agree to match this sum, with a like amount in labor, Ranger Christensen, assisted by the est ranger Christensen, reported that MENT THURSDAY NEXT MONDAY Road From Forks of Canyon To Ranger Station Will Be Repaired Forest Service Will Also Provide Funds to Aid in Work. Every member of the Kiwanls Club is expected to be at the Forrest Hotel Monday morning at 7.30 am prepared to give a day's work in the canyon. This is the substance of a motion which carried unanimously at the noon luncheon of the club Monday. Any member who cannot be there in person, will be expected to provide a substitute to take his place. If there is any citizen who is not a member and who wishes to help in this worthy movement his help will be cheerfully accepted. The plan outlined is to repair the road leading from the forks of the canyon to the ranger station, or bet ter known as the Nebo Park. This canyon retreat ,1s the real recreation place of the people or tnis city, ana the idea is to fix up the road so that the drive there will be a real pleasure Arrangements are being made for the club members and their wives and sweethearts to eat luncheon at the ranger station Monday evening in real camp style, after the work of the day is completed. In connection with the work, for THE TIMES-NEW- S IS A BOUHT. EK FOB. THE AGRICUITCRAJi AND MINING INTEREST 'F : : : JUAB COUNTY t 1TH, 1923 CLUB CANYON CROWD The Stake Quarterly Conference held in this city Saturday and Sunday was well attended throughout. Out of town speakers were Apostle Richard R. Lyman and President Joseph Reece, of the Nebo Stake. .All the meetings were pretided over by President T. D. Roes. The first session was held at 2 p. m. Sat urday at which Elder Lyman was the principal speaker. In the evening a general priesthood meeting was held which was largely attended. Sunday morning the conference was continued. The opening and closing prayers were offered by Orson Cazier and Mark Bigler respectively. The speakers were J. E. Lunt, Wil- ford Cole, Evan Howell, Samuel G. Paxman, President Jos. Reece and Elder Lyman. The closing session was held at 2 p. m. Music was furnished for this occasion by the High School Chorus, under the direction of K. J. Bird, "Crossing the Bar" "Sing Unto The Lord a New Song" and "Lead Kindly Light" the solo part in the latter ant hem being sang by Miss Hannah Scho felld were the selections rendered by the Chorus. The speakers were T. H. Burton, Wm. Bailey, Joseph Reece and Elder Lyman, each of whom reported the various activities in which they were engaged in the church A feature of the afternoon session was the presentation of the diplomas to the young men and women who have completed the seminary course, the names of the successful students being published in this paper a short time ago. The presentation was made by Ezra Poulson, principal of the seminary. After a few remarks by President T. D. Rees, and the sustaining of the general and local authorities, the meeting came to a close. The open ing and closing prayers were offered by P. P. Christison and J. W. Boud. In the evening under the auspices of the Young Ladies Mutual organiz ation and the Ladies Literary Club, a very excellent Mother's Day program was rendered, the Tabernacle being filled to capacity. Mrs. Leon Newton has come to Mona after visiting with her parents TEACHERS Mt. LARGE " NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY CONFERENCE ATTENDED EIGHTH GRADE EXE- WEEKLY " public affairs committee of the club, will be in charge of the work Monday Other business transacted at the luncheon, was an address by A J Crapo, on the work of the manual training department at the local high school. W. Lloyd Adams, editor and publisher of the Rexburg Idaho, Stan. dard, and a former resident of this city was present and told of his pleasure at meeting many of his old friends again, and also expressed ple asure finding such a good community spirit here which he said meant much for the future welfare of the city. Mr. Adams, urged those present to stand by their town and boost for its re sources. L. P. Anderson rendered two vocal selections in fine style, accompanied by the club's pianist Miss Viola Spencer Forrest presided at the luncheon. -- Wor-thingto- n. At the Venice Theatre next Thurs day evening, May 25th, the commencement exercises of the Nephi High school will be held. Thirty young men and women who have completed the four year course successfully will receive a diploma. Karl Hopkins, Supt of the Ogden City Schools will deliver the address to graduates. Albert Starr of this city and Hilda Christ ensen of Levan will be the class valedictorians and will both have a prominent part on the program. The commencement exercises are looked upon as one of the big events of the year. Some very splendid pro grams have been given in the past. Programs that are thought of and rejoiced over by former graduates The program this year will be equal to any that have ever been given. The following has been arranged. Presiding Officer President James Garrett Jr. Prelude High School Orchestra Quartette Clarence Gowers, Glen Gar and Clyde Ockey rett, Bert Olpin . ' . . . Ezra J. Poulson Prayer Violin Solo "Hindu Chant" Florence Cole. Paper "Education and Social Prog ress Albert Starr Vocal Solo '.'Every Home is Fairy land" Clarence Gowers Reading "The Water Mill" Genev ieve G rover. Paper "Girls' Club Work" Hilda C hristensen. Chorus " Tis The Lot of Friends To Part Senior Class Address to Graduates W. Karl Hop kins, Supt of Ogden City Schools Presentation of Diplomas Superin tendent Ray Stewart High School Report Principal George A. Sperry. Presentation of Honor Pin Andrew 220 yard dash 1 Glen Worthington Freshman Latimer, President of Alumni As sociatlon. 2 Gean Gadd Sophomore 3 Paul Grace Freshman Prayer Bishop James E. Taylor 440 yard dash Time 54 Seconds March Orchestra 1 Those who are taking part on the Gean Gadd Sophomore 2 Daken Broadhead Sophomore program are working hard on their 3 number and are, from all reports e- Edwin Bailey Junior 880 yard run qual to the occasion. It is desired 1 that all attend the exercises, showing Leland Belliston Junior 2 -- Marcus Burton ' Junior the appreciation for the efforts put 3 forth by the graduating class. The John L. Mortensen Levan Mile Run exercises will be given at the Venice 1 Marcus Burton Junior Thursday, May 25th, beginning at 2 Leland Belliston Junior eight o'clock p. m. . 3 Daken Broadehad Sophomore 880 yards Girls Relay Race 1 Freshman SEAGULL 6IRLS ENTER 2 Sophomores 3 Juniors TAIN MOTHERS 880 yards Boys Relay Race HIGH SCHOOL FIELD DAY BIG SUCCESS The annual field day of the High of this district was neia Friday and the various events were contested with a vim throughout. Glen Worthington, a member of the Freshman Class carried off the indiv-idu- a honors and placed his class at the head of the list in the total of points earned. The result of the con test follows: Freshman 69 points. Seniors 34 points, Sophomore, Juniors 25 points and Levan High 14 points. The events in detail and points earned are given below: Forenoon Contest Type Contest Miss Jacobsen's Sup points ervision, o 1 Leila Batchelor Senior Schools 52, 2 3 3 1 Dora Newton Sophomore Hannah Schofield Freshman Essay Contest 1 Deon Belllston Freshman 2 Roy Ostler, Senior 3 Mrs. Edith Smith Junior o 3 1 Piano Contest 6 3 1 Gordon Wood Freshman Eva Taylor Senior Ellen Ostler Sophomore Oral Expression 1 Lazelle Chase Sophomore 2 Rita Schofield Senior 3 La Verne Blackett Junior Vocal Contest 1 John Christison Sophomore 2 Paul Grace Freshman 8 Clarence Gowers Senior Spelling Contest 1 Edna Haynes Senior , 2 Deon Belliston Freshman Tie 3 Inez Mangelson Junior Domestic Art 1 Ruby Painter Sophomore 2 Helen Cowan, Junior 3 Olive Brown Freshman Domestic Science 1 Florence Riches Senior 2 Camllle Cazier Freshman 3 Naomi Broadhead Sophomore 1 2 3 6 3 1 5 3 1 2 i 5 3 1 5 3 1 Toltal for morning 1st Senior 2nd Sophomore 25 20 Tie 20 3rd Freshman 4th Junior 100 Yard dash ' Time 11 Seconds 5 1 oien Worthington FreBhman 3 2 Parley Larson Levan 1 3 D. Sheldon Winn Senior seconds Time 6 50 yard dash 5 1 Glen Worthington Freshman 3 2 D. Sheldon Winn Senior 3 Clark Morgan Freshman Tie H 3 Parley Larson Levan . The Social Companion Club met at the home of Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Friday evening. Music and sewing occupied the time, after which a dainty luncheon was served. Those present were Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mrs. Robert Chap-pe- l, Mrs. J. O. Irons, Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs, Mrs. Harry Irons, Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mrs. Harry Beagley, Mrs. Ralph Belliston, Mrs. Mattle Vickers, Mrs. Art Kendall, Mrs. Geo. Latimer, Mrs. G. R. Judd, Mrs. R. J. Huntington, Mrs. Bean, and the hostess Ar: Gadd. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Belliston were .... LEVAN MILL GANGES HANDS Nevada Company Purchase Plant Services Held For Mrs. Larsen Tuesday. Funeral services were held in the Levan Ward Chapel Tuesday afternoon for Mrs. Klrsten Larsen, who died at Fillmore Saturday evening, after a prolonged illness of several years. Mrs. Larsen was born in Denmark Nov 28, 1838, being nearly eighty tour years or age at the time of her death. She became a member of the L. D. S. Church narly fifty years ago and in 1896 she and her husband came to America making Levan their nrst place of residence. Shortly after coming to America Mr. Larsen died in isu7 she moved to Fillmore, where she has since resided with a daughter. She is survived by three sons and two daughters, Magnus C. Larsen, unsuan Anderson, James C. Larsen of Levan, Mrs. Jean Copeley of Van couver, B. C. and Mrs. Zina Anderson of Fillmore, and twenty grand chtld- ren. Services were conducted bv Rlahon James E. Taylor, who in connection witn Olson of Scipio. J. C. Neil- son, Charles Mangelson Sr. eulogized the life of the deceased. The ward choir rendereu appropriate hymns. The Levan Plaster Mill which was recently purchased from J. H. Moyle or bait Lake City by a Nevada company is expected to be put into operat ion again after having been closed down for a number of years. At first plans were made to remove the same and a wrecking crew had already commenced operations which were suspended Sunday upon official advice from the purchasing company Every effort is being made to retain this important industry by the citizens of the town, who are ready to give the company certain necessary concessions. Th town board met with the repre sentatives of the concern and every thing seems quite favorable for the retention. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barnes was the scene of a delightful house party Thursday evening, there being present the following: Mr. and Mrs. Joel E. Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Ivan C. Dalby, Mrs. Helen Benedict; Miss Grace Peterson, Thelma Park. Vera 1 Freshman Pay, Christian Christensen, Hosmer 2 Sophomores Members of the South Ward Sea Grace, and Peter Iverson. The time 3 Levan was delightfully passed In playing gull Girls senior class delightfully enField Events tertained their mothers at the South games. Delicious refreshments were Broad jump Ward Relief Socleety Hall, Tuesday served at 11.30 o'clock by the host 1 Glen Worthington Freshman 2 Larson evening. May 16 th. The following and hostess. Levan Parley 3 program was carried out: Paul Grace Freshman Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Sherwood, Mr. Opening Prayer Blanch Worthington High Jump 1 Words of Welcome Eloise Pace and Mrs. Ferron Bosh of LynndyL Glen Worthington Freshman Sunday at Levan, the guests of 2 William Paxman Sophomore Story "Tommy's Share Maurlne Vick spent Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bosh. 3 ers. Edwin Bailey Junior Song "Alother" Florence and Helen Tie Mrs. W. O. Riggs of Salt Lake City 3 Smith. Ernest Bailey Sophomore is spending some time here with her "The Bravest Shot Put Battle" Vir mother Reading, Mrs. Stephen Christensen. 1 , Glen Worthington Freshman ginia Golden. 2 William Paxman Sophomore Organ Solo "My Mother Dear" Ida Mrs. Dan Olson of Clifton, Idaho. 3 Johnson. Paul Grace Freshman is a Levan visitor this week. Pole Vault Reading "Mother's Glasses" Bessie 1 Lomax. William Paxman Sophomore Oral Bosh was at Moroni Tuesday Song "Dear Little Mother O'Mine" Tie assisted Cenus Christensen having 1 Louise Paxman Ernest Bailey Sophomore move his household goods to that 3 Reading, "Ma and the Auto" Leona Parley Larson Levan place. Adams. Broad Jump Relay 1 Levan Ruth Beagley Prayer Martin C. Christensen, Marlon 2 bach girl presented her mother Freshman Christensen, Herman Christensen, S with a little booklet for Mother's day. Sophomores Delicious refreshments were served. Erlck Wankier, Erastus Sorenson, Rope Climb 1 Before closing Sister J. W. Paxman Linden Iverson and Jay Jackman re Rope Climb turned home from Mounds, Utah, Fri 1 Sheldon Winn Senior expressed the sentiments of appreciwhere they have been engaged in day, 2 ation for the mothers. The mothers Clark Morgan Freshman 3 also sang the song "Come, Come, shearing sheep the past thirty days. Owen Gibson Sophomore A group of young people from the Ye Saints" for the girls. A delightTotals for Afternoon Nephi High School gave a pleasing was ful time had by all present. Freshman 49 points entertainment at the Opera House There were fifteen 32 Sophomores mothers and points Friday evening, after which they gave 18 Juniors points twenty girls present a grand ball. Seniors 9 points Levan 14 points The eighth grade class of the Levan CONJOINT PROGRAM TABER Day's Total district school spent Thursday at NeFreshman 69 Points phi visiting the various Industrial 52 Sophomores points NACLE SUNDAY EVENING plants there. The visit was conducted Seniors 34 points by Principal John A Booth In the InJuniors 25 points terests of the general science class. Levan 14 points The following conjoint program Mrs. Helen Benedic t and Mr. and will be given Sunday evening in the very pleasantly surprised Monday Tabernacle 8 p. m Mrs. Joel E. Taylor delightfully enat commencing evening at their borne the occasion The program has been by tertained at the home of the latter being the birthday of Mr. Belliston the North Ward M. I. A.arranged Those present the officers Wednesday evening. Games and music were enjoyed ,an of which were Mr. and Mrs. John A. Booth, be will in organization refreshments served to the followln Mr. and Mrs. Ivsn C. Dalby, Mr. and Mr and Mrs J O Irons, Mr and Mrs charge. Mrs. Ralph Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Latimer, Mr. and A. E. Smith Song by the North Ward Glee Club Leland Jackman. Mr. and Mrs. Rue-be- n Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs. Mr. and Deut Melba Anderson and Lois I,"nt Miss Grace Peterson, W H Garrett VeraMangelson, Talk by Mrs. J. W. Adams, Mr. and Mrs, Christian Pay, Christensen, PetJ. Irons, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beagley, Clarionet Solo Jess Johnson er Iverson. Delicious refreshments Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mr. an Duet L. P. Anderson and Mrs. Ed were served at 11.30 p. m. Mrs. Robert Chappell and Mr. and Carter. Mrs. Ralph Belltnton. Lazelle Chase Reading by Vocal Solo L. Frank, was down from Salt Lake Arthur Pypr T T. Schofield of Provo, spent Vocal Solo MarcU Starr Tuesday and Wednesday looking af- Benediction John C, Ilall ter his business Interests here. Monday In Nephi on business. .... ...... .........