THE TIMES-NEW- S CIRCULATES THROUGHOUT EAST JUAB COCNTY AND IS A VALUABLE ADVERTISING MEDIUM. : THK AND MINING NEPHI, JUAB COUNTY, UTAH, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 17TH, 1922 MRS. J. W.ADAMS PASSES AWAY CANVASS VOTES 0. . . SECOND NUMBER OF LYCEUM COURSE GIVEN Tuesday evening at the South ward meeting house, the second number of The the lvoeum course was given. entertainment consisted of a lecture by Stewart Long, and his subject was "Reaching The Goal" A large and appreciative audience was pres ent, but as far as the lecture was concerned it was common place indeed, and could be summed up in a few words, by quoting the old adage, "If at first you don't succeed, try try again." As a platform lecturer Mr. Long is a long distance from being first class, his delivery being poor, some of his sentences being lost to the audience owing to a lack of distinct ness. He also injected too many stories into his lecture, the potatoe patch ditty being altogether too Ions drawn out. As a high price Lyceum Course number wc think be is vastly over paid. The lecture lasted just one hour and appeared to be automatically timed to the minute. KIWANIS CLUB WEEKLY LUNCHEON Good Program'IRendered s Wlllard play "Kick In.".. As the Provo club has a number of members who are real actors, an, excellent entertainment Is looked for. One of the features that the local Kiwanis Club is interested in, is the f act that the Provo, bays are going ,to .ffivid?'"rtrty-- f ift? oathe net proceeds of the show with the Nephi Kiwanis. In consequence of this very liberal offer it is a sure pop that the Mack's-famou- local Kiwanis boys will back up "Liza Jane" to a finish. Popular prices will prevail, and a acity house is expected. cap- SHIP CHICKENS HERE FROM MICHICAN W. H. Warner, one of the poultry men of this city received shipment of pure bred White Leghorn chickens the early part ot the week from the The shipment State of Michigan. which comprises eight hens and one cockerill, came from the famous White Leghorn poultry farm of Ferris Bros. In the above state, and are from a certified laying strain of 315 eggs per year. Mr. Warner will keep them for purely breeding purposes. Along the same line. It may be mentioned that the Mammoth Hatchery of Mantl, Utah, shipped In 50 pure bred cockerills to the various poultry men of this city for use In their flocks, the Mantl firm not charging anything for them, the only condition being, that the poultry men of this city will furnish them eggs for their hatchery when needed, for which they agree to pay an Increased price for. CONFERENCE HELD SUNDAY The Stake Quarterly Conference was held Saturday and Sunday each session being well attended. Owing to a death in the family of the out en as of town speaker who had signed for the conference here, no speaker from Salt Lake wag present it being too late to make another ap pointment. The time of the three sessions was therfore taken up by local speakers. Sunday evening the service were held under the auspices ot the M. I. At the Forrest Hotel Monday the regular weekly luncheon ot the local Kiwanis Club was held. Spencer Forrest presided and a good attend MA lUUKD IN MANTl WEDNESDAY TEMPLE ance of members were present. The probable withdrawal of Federal aid for roads in the west was brought to the attention of the club, and reThe marriage of Miss Julia Chrlst- ferred to the public affairs committee ensen of this city, to Mr. Amos Ras to take the matter up with Utah's miiKKPTi of Falrvlew, Utah, took place In the Mantl Temple Wednesday, Nov representatives In Congress. The speaker of the day was Attor 15th. The bride Is the daughter of ney Will L. Hoyt, who gave an In Mr. and Mr. J. A. ChriMensen of this terestlng talk on Armlstlre Day. The rlty, and Is a well respected young program consisted of a reading by lady of the community. The young Miss Emmett, and two piano solo couple will make their home In This paper Joins with their by Miss Athella Booth. Miss Viol Worthlngton was plnno arormpanlst many friends In wishing them Joy, nd happiness for the dob singing. Fair-vie- s In The Tabernacle. Dance In The Evening End Fest- ivities. The annual Old held. Wmiiiesuay ui olks Day was the 'i'aueruacie, when a line uauouel Dieuaien uv - Next Wednesday evening at the Venice theatre, the members of the Provo Kiwanis Club, will present OF t MNUALBANQUET At the home of relatives in Gran ger, Utah, where she had gone a short time ago to visit, Mrs. J. W. Adams of this city passed away Tuesof day night, following an attack heart trouble. Mrs. Adams had not been feeling well for some time, and it was thought that a change would elp her, hence her visit to Salt Lake County The deceased who was formerly Miss Ivy Freeman, was married to J. W. Adams, a number of years ago, and leaves besides her husband five children. Mr. Adams was at her bedside when the end came. Since coming to Nephi nearly two years ago, Airs. Adams has made many friends and was well respected by all who knew her. The sympathy of this community is extended to the husband and family in the sad bere avement that has come so suddenly to their home. Funeral service and interment will take plaoe in Salt Lake City today. PROVO KIWANIS WILL PRESENT PLAY HERE : OLD FOLKS ENJOY Very Little Change In Totals Leaves HusbandPAnd Five Reported By Judges 0! Children, And Host Of Friends To Mourn Her Election.-Oth- er Business ' Loss. Transacted. , : THE NEWS, VOL. 6, NO. 25 Our Annual Paul Revere COUNTY BOARD The following shows the majority for each office taken from the official ca.nvass, of the vote in Juab County. For Senator, W. H. King, D. 261. For Congressman Welling D. 60. For Supreme Justice Corfman D. 22. For State Supt, Dr.' Jensen R. 125. For Long Term Commissioner W n nrmo T? 941 Pnf Rhnrt tArm commissioner Dr. Steele Bailey D. 319. For County Clerk Earl Gadd, D. 296. For County Treasurer Ida Parkea TV 827 For Countv Sheriff Dan Martin For County Recorder Burdette' Sperry D. 307. For County Attorney .Will L. Hoyt D .163. For County Assessor, Joel Tay lor D.. 195. For County Surveyor, Jnhn T Rnllivan T). 48. The amendments voted upon at the recent electioa were buried in this county under a perfect landslide, the vote being as follows. For amend ment" number 1., 56. against 1541. itn favor , of amendment number 2, 862. Agaiust "1268;. In favor of a '"mendment number 3; 83. .Against .; 1470. The Board nia,d? an order directing "the County "Attorney 16 proceed Per r.iinst hnndamen for 1920-192- 1 The Board signed a contract for the purchase of a five ton tractor from the State, for use on County and State highways. After passing on the claims, and attending to some othr minor bus! ness the meeting adjourned. sonal property tax. These are cases where persons have signed bonds for personal property taxes, and the taxes not been paid. County The Board ordered the Attorney to bring condemnation pro ceedings to obtain a right of way on the state road across the land of Alex Peterson of Levan. INTERESTS JUAB COUNTY THE TIMES, VOL 13, NO. 87. result. IS A BOOST. S ER FOR THE AGRICULTURAL . The board of County Commissioners met Monday in this city, there being present W. G. Orme, Geo. Francom, and John Bunnell,. The work of canvassing the vote cast at the recent election was the first business taken up by the board. The result of the canvass showed very little change from that reported by the Judges of election. In the vote for Senator there was practiIn the vote for cally no change. County Attorney Mr. Burton gained a few, but not enough to effect the TIMES-NEW- the couimituse wuu ueiveu to ail old loikg wtio nau aniveu at the uge ct aixiy or moi e. Vv lauwa anu relumed missionaries were aiso uuuum iu the happy group who gathered together on this aay. Taut is oue uay of the year that the olier people of mu city look lor- wara to, as it is a kind ot reunion to a great many of them, as In many cases it will prooably be another year before they meet one another Old times are talked over during this annual get together per iod, and the day brings a great deal of joy Into their lives. Much credit is ,due the committee ' who work faithfully to bring this a- bout, also thos who donate, both money and food to defray the expense of the banquet. Also those who take part on the program, In order that the time the old folks are to enjoyably gether' be profitably" '; and " spent. AVGAtTa- tAfter the banquet the following W. G. program was carried out, ' Orme being chairman. Singing of HIGH SCHOOL NOTES America by congregation. Prayer by E. Lunt, Reading by Miss Mildred OF INTEREST J.Emmett, Vocal Solo Louise Paxman, Violin Reading by Lazelle Chase, Duet Miss Helen Cowan and Miss The Students of the Nephi High Verda Batchelor, accompanied by School have come to realize that phy- Mrs. Diane G. Booth, Vocal Solo by sical training is as necessary as men- L. P. Anderson, accompanied by Miss tal training. It lightens the mind of Melba Anderson, Vocal Solo by Miss the girl or boy from the heavy stud Mildred Ellison, Instrumental Duet ies and frees their minds of technical R. Q. Dorius and Mrs. Diane Booth, terms. We have always maintained Reading by Mrs. T. W. Vickers, Vocp. basket ball team. This year, we al Solo The Cole Sisters, Vocal Duet hava in Glen Worthlngton, our cen- Maxine Sperry and Margaret Jenkins ter nd'"ciptain,""MaTcusBuft6n'. Le remaJUfiyliislioii "A. - H, Belllston, , land Belllston, Paul Grace and Roger Dr. IN. J. Rees, and President T. D. Lunt letter men and Eugene Lunt Rees. Closing prayer by uisnop Loyle Adams and John Cowan. Coach Thomas Bailey. T. O. Durham. The oldest man present was Char les Colllngwood, who will be 94 years The Seminary Class elected offi- next January, The oldest woman pres cers and are going to be a lively ent was Mrs. Mary Sutton, the only bunch of students this year. President surviving pioneer ot 1847 now living Melba Anderson. Vice President in Nephi. In the evening a dance was given Lenna Memmott, Secretary and Treas urer Emma Cole, Reporter Laverne In the Arlington Hall, which was filBlackett, Program Committee Blanch led to capacity the greater portion use Burton, Marie Cowan, John Cooper. being married people, and to the words of one ot the committee, it was a regular old time jollification. The Home Economics Club was reThe following is a list of the com organized Wednesday to get on with mittee. Dr. N. J. Rees, chairman, Mr. the plans for this year: President and Mrs. Joseph Broadhead, Mr. and Velma Barnes, Vice President Olive Mrs. Jas. B. Riches, Mr. and Mrs. S. Brown, Secretary and Treasurer, R. Winn, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. W. Cowan Blackett, Reporter Ruby Pain- Mr. and Mrs. Jas. E. Memmott, Mr. ter. end Mrs. Hyrum Broadhead, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Lunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Devotional exercises were given Andrews, Mr. and Mrs. Jos. E. Ostler, last Friday in honor of Armistice Day Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Lunt, M,r. and Song '"America" N. H. S. Chorus. K. Mrs. Geo. D. Haymond, Mrs. Unity J. Bird Conductor. Chappell, Mrs. Sarah Hall, Mrs. Mr. Greenwood Laura Morgan, Mrs. Amy Grover, Prayer Quartet Paul Booth Arthur Pyper, Mrs. Jas. E. Cole, Mr. W. G. Orme, Mr. and Mrs. Walter P. Gadd. Clarenoe Warner and K. J. Bird. Reading "The Mother of a Soldier" and Mr. Perry C. Hall. Honorary Members: Bishop and Mrs. C. H. Reading "Carry On" Gladys Ingram Grace, Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Boswell, Aaaress pror. a. n. Merrill of tne Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vickers, Jos. W. Vickers, Nephi Jackson, Thomas B. Y. U. of Provo. Bowles Sr, and Mrs. Ann Lunt. Week-en- d visitors to the Nephi High school from the University of Utah come from our senior class of FORMER RESIDENT 1921-192Donald Chase and Clyde DIES LAST MONDAY Ockey. . in. DONATE ONE THOUSAND DOLLARS TO STAKE HOUSE BUILDING The Church of Jesus Christ 6t The Nephi Ward to raise the sum Latter Day Saints is at the present of $400.00. The Nephi North Ward time and for some time past have to raise the sum of $400.00; and the been paying, for the .services of .the Nephi South Ward to raise the sum teacher in our Seminary The only- uf $400.00; Levan Ward to raise the requirement which has been made of sum ot $150.00 and Mona Ward to the Stake is that they furnish v the yuse tne sum of ?iat.oo. buIlding"vand-pay-fthe janitor audi "Tho Building without the light and fuel. a basement and the committee deThe general church authorities are cided that for the small amount it now very desirous that we should would cost to construct a full basebuild a Stake House and have ment that it was their opinion that offered to pay towards the building this should be done and it was so The basement will cost the sum of $5,000.00 or thereabouts. ordered. of This matter was presented to the somewhere in the neighborhood priesthood at a meeting recently held $1,000.00. Mr. G. M. Whitmore sent by the Juab Stake Presidency at word to the committee that the Geo. which meeting it was decided to ac C. Whltmore Co. would pay $500.00, cept the offer of the Church and to and the First National Bank of Nephi appoint a committee to raise the ad would pay $500.00, making a total of ditional money necessary to complete $1,000.00 which would more than the building and thereafter the fol- take care of the cost of the basement. The building is now in the course lowing committee was appointed to work in conjunction with the Stake of construction and will be completed In the near future, somewhere about Presidency, Nephi Ward Thos. H. Burton, the first of the year. The location C. W. Morgan, J. W. Whltmore, Jas. of the building will be directly across W. Schofield. the street west of the High School Nephi North Ward Louis Garrett, building. Geo. H. Ostler, W. A. Bowles, S. R. The committee have made an equitable assessment on all of the peoWinn. Nephi South Ward E. R. Forrest, ple residing in the wards, and caras A. E. Smith, Robert Lomax, John H. will be sent asking the people to conLunt. tribute, and it is hoped that they will We have now The committee met last evening at cheerfully respond. the Commercial Club, to discuss ways over 100 students in the Seminary and means, by which the money from Mona, Levau and Nephi und it Is could be raised, and it was decided very necessary that we have this to apportion the matter as follows: building completed at an early date. , -- or waa-lanned to-w- lt: COMMERCIAL CLUB HIGH M. I. A. PROGRAMS SUNDAY EVENING JINKS NEXT TUESDAY It isnt well that everything should should be taken in a serious 'busin way and therefore it has been suggested by an inspired fellow member that a meeting be called for the purpose of looking each other over and, also to unload our heavily laden laughing-botogether with business. Therefore, a meeting will be held on our next regular meeting night, Tuesday, November 21st, at 7.30 p. m. and for the purpose of knowing how many members over the hundred mark we have In our club, every member should be present for the count. The House and Social Committee has selected ten of the most talented members for the program which will consist of lectures, "stories" sing ing, and probably dancing, and also luncheon. Expressions from the members will be received as to their attitude toward a CHICKEN ROAST for the following meeting at which the ladles will be the guests. Hail to the Nephi Commercial Club P. N. ANDERSON, Secretary ess-onl- y' x, Nephi Ward The following pro gram will be given at the Taber nacle Sunday at 7 p. m. Cello Solo Piano Solo evening, commencing La-Ver- 2, R. Q. Dorlus Miss Ruth Webb was a visitor to Win. Mendenhall, well known in La Mar Hawkins the Salt this Nephi High School from city, and for many years owner Current Events Ray Stewart Lake, last week, returning Monday of a large farm near Starr, in this Katherine Whltmore morning. Reading valley, passed away at his home In Violin and Piano Selection Clarence Sprlngville Monday, death resulting and Blanch Burton. Last Friday afternoon the students a cancer, from which he had were dismissed early to go to the from Mr. suffered from for some time. North Ward The following pro- Matinee Danoe given by the N. H. S Mendenhall sold his farm In this valgram will be given at the North ward Clarion staff, to complete the canv ley several years ago, since which Sunday evening to commence at 7 p. palgn, which waa carried on all last time he has been Interested in a week. The muslsc was furished by number of business m. enterprises in K. J. Bird the High School Orchestra. Vocal Solo this section of Utah. He is a brother In law of W. A. Starr of this city. Mildred Emmett Beading Instrumental Selection by Ray Bean TAXES DELINQUENT and Jay Anderson. NOVEMBER 20TH CHANGE IN TRAIN TIME Events .... Parks Anderson Current State and County taxea will be South Ward The following preon November 29th, ac liminary program wil lbe given at tha delinquent South ward Sunday evening to com- cording to word sent thla office by county treasurer Ida Parkes. At this mence at 7 p. m. Vocal Dnet, Samuel O. Paxman and date only a very small per cent of the taxes have been paid, and unless Delos Paxman. some speed is shown the next two Current Events Spencer Forrest Mae Pace weeks there will be a very large deReading Claude Lomax linquent tax list. After the 29th, a Violin Solo Mrs. John Carter, entertained at penalty of three per cent of the tax Is added to cover the cost of adver her home Monday evening at a bundle shower In honor of Miss Julia A marriage license was Issued last tising and preparing the lists. Chrlstensen, a bride of the week. Wednesday by County Clerk Hoyt, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Forrest, mot Many useful and beautiful presents to Mr. L. M. Stephenson, and Miss were received. Refreshments were Weatha Eva Taylor, both opular ored to Provo, Utah, Tuesday for a serve to twenty guests. young people of Levan. couple of days visit. A change in the time of the night trains went into effect Wednesday. Train number 3 which has been arriving here at 3.45 a. m. will now arrive at 8.35 a. m. Train number 4, which has hern leaving for Salt Lake City at 2. ii at 1.25 a. in. will now leave a. m. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Chapel, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. E. Howard, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Orme, Mr. Mat T. Howard, and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Andrews, motored to Salt Lake ("i(y yesterday to attend the funeral or Mrs. J. W. Adams.