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The Times. Vol 14, No. 39. AUTO TURNS Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, December 7th, 1923. WEEKLY NEWS ITEMS FROM LEVAN TURTLE NEAR Funeral of Alex Jennings Held Sunday Afternoon Pioneer Resident of Town New Heating Apparatus Mr. and Mrs. R. J. HuntingInstalled In Picture Show. ton Severly Injured When Their. Car. Turns .Over . Brought To This City In Funeral services were held Sunday STARR Gov. Mabey's Car. While driving home Monday morning Mr. and Mrs. It. 'J. Huntington of Tooele, Utah, who had been spending Thanksgiving Holidays with Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Judd in this city met with an accident near Starr when their car turned turtle throwing them to the ground and severely injuring them. A tew minutes after the accident occurred Gov. Mabey and party who were on their way to Los Angeles came along and picked up the injured and brought them back to Nephi. Medical aid was secured and it was found that Mr. Huntington had one leg broken in three places and other wise severly bruised. JUrs. Huntington had a severe bruise on her head, right hand cut and the muscles of her left arm broken which required eleven stitches. On account of the nature of their injuries it was deemed best to take them at once to the hospital an Salt Lake which was done the same day. They are both doing as well as could be expected and Mrs. Huntington expects to be able to leave the hospital in about a week, but it will be at least six weeks before Mr. Huntington will be able to leave. The accident is said to have been caused through a defective steering gear the car having been used a number of years. Much sympathy is felt among the people here for Mr. ana Mrs Huntington and hopes are freely expressed for their early recovery, the couple having many sincere friends in this city who were shocked when they heard of the accident that had hap pened to them. -- FUMBLES OF 1923" VENICE DECEMBER 12 You will remember iu the early "Oh Gracious Me" was spring poduced in this city by Mr. Hillam witn tnmy local stars and was a great success, although the short time he had to put the show in thape was undoubtedly the scream, of the Mr. Hillam is here again rehears ing a six act vaudeville show which he will have more time to put it ove r. It promisee to be even a greater success and a far better production than was "Oil Gracious Me" which was played here in June cf this year "The Fumbles of 1923" is a whirl wind of dancing, music, comedy and drama. Zr. Hillam is featuring the Vaudeville act "Fung Choy" which he play. ed' on the Orpheum, Pantnges and Eastern Vaudeville Circuits, also in New York City two hundred nights, The scene Is laid In Hongkong, China 'TU5 Dead Liveth" a screaming com edy, "and a dramatic episode of the Blue Hidge Mountains will be in' eluded. A colorful song and dance revue which promises something out of the ordinary In costuming and dancing "In Old Madrid" a romance of tango, land and many other novelty ft"imirs will be shown. Among the members of the cast are the following from this city: Margaret Koote, Janns Powers, Ar villa Lunt, Ludean Lunt, Mildred Ellison, Cole Sisters. Melba Anderson Kfiaroa Orover, and a singing and dancing chorus of Nophi's most pop ular young ladies and young men. Thev will be BHslsted by Mr. Rod Hillam, Hob Storm and Kyke And erson of othn Hillam Producing Com pany. Tickets will be on sale by members of ihf rnst. Reserved neat cun bo obtained at the Nephi Drug Co I'eni'-mbethe date next Wednesday December 12th at the Venice Theatre r afternoon in the ward meeting house over the remains of Alex Jennings, citizen of this community for the greater part of his life. Mr. Jennings was born in Sacramento, Calif. 68 years ago, and came to Levan when 8 years of age being one of the pioneers of the town. For many years past he followed the occuptaion of mining and real estate business also promot ing enterprises, aiding greatly in getting the plaster industry started n Levan also in Sigurd. He was the father of 10 children 7 of whom sur vive him. His children are: Mrs. Karl Colby and Mrs. Lafe Gledhill of An Open Letter From "The Christmas Seal" To YOU Dear Friend: I am the Christmas Seal ! I come to you with a greeting of health and good cheer. 1 want to carry this greet- ing for you to your friends, on your Christmas letters and packages. Please let me serve you. I also pay for the fight against tuberculosis carried on citizens throughout the United Statby public-spirite- d es. I establish sanatoria, fresh air schools, preventoria and summer camps for children, visiting nurses, medical I furnish, for hundreds of sick persexaminations. ons sleeping porches, cure chairs and other things for living and sleeping. I give health instructions in schools, newspapers, at countless public gatherings, teaching how tuberculosis can be prevented. It doesn't cost much to buy me I'm one cent each I hope that you will buy me and put me to work. MRS. MARK N. H. S. STUDENTS " BIGLER DIED Need Of Young People Se YESTERDAY curing An Education Stres sed By Speaker Value of Health and Prolonging of Born In This City Sixty Two Life Also Dealt With. Years Ago Funeral Services Will Be Held From At the special Junior and Senior Tabernacle Sunday The High School assembly held Monday Afternoon. out-of-do- or JINTH forenoon, Nephi L. Morris, of Salt Lake City, was the speaker. His talk was one of the best ever delivered in the local schools and was well rece ived by students and teachers. Mr. Morris declared that now is the time for the young people to get an edu cation and not wait till they are old, illustrating his point by saying the e tress could be sprayed weeks in the year and the pests would not be killed but if spraying was done one week at the right time the insects would be destroyed. He told of the efforts made by scientific men who fight disease and prolong human life. According to Mr. Morris the a- - Mrs. Madeline Pyper Bigler, wife of Mark Bigler, passed away at her home early yesterday morning folMrs. lowing several weeks illness. Bigler suffered an attack of the "Flu" two years ago and also another attack one year ago, . since which time she never regained her normal fifty-on- health. The deceased has been a life long resident of Nephi having been born in this city Aphil 2nd, 1861 and was 'therefore 62 years of age at the time of her death. She was the daughter of the late John and Madeline Pyper pioneer residents here. In the year 100 one in the last creased per cent 1879 she was joined in marriage hundred years, the average span of' to Mark Bigler who stUl survives life now being 42.78 years. From; To this union seven children this point the speaker launched into her. were born five of whom are living. i"""-'"ui n6u uuB mo 6 these are .Mrs. L. A. Jr, Mrs. wnite pieague at urged lirjer&i purcnj R. B. Broadhead, Mr. Bailey Lyle Bigler of ases of the Chistmas Seals, so that' iuis cuy, Airs. i.eia. morn oi plans now under way by the Utah Salt Lake and Mrs. Norma Cox or Public Health Association might be Provn. Shft nlan lanvaa fmtr Hrrtfr'fi.. put into operation. Attorney Will L. ra anA on tnaa tr, mnnpn Hoyt, local chairman of the Christ are. Robert pypor Wm Q v,u.uu.o pypel.( c j. pyper, Mary Pyper of ueaker. this city and Ed Pyper of Salt Lake. Mrs. Bigler has been a faithful wife and mother, and found her great NEPHI RESPONDS TO est joy in caring for her husband and CALL FOR HELP family. Her departure will be mourn ed by her family and many friends in this city. The members of the three wards . Funerat services will- be held Sun- of this Tjitr responded nobly Sundayday afternoon at .X prf, m. from, the """ " to the call for help for the destltutesTake" Tabernacle among the German Saints, and the ; Mr. and Mrs. Frank A. Thacker Mr and Mrs. Ernest Jenkins and Vivian Jacobson of Salt I.ake spen the week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bosh and Mr. and Mrs Augustus Tundbrldge respectively I 3 ft ' ' I Mr. and Mrs. F. Roylance of Gun P n'son are guests at the home of Mr Mrs. John A. Grant. and There seems to be an epidemic colds going around there being bout half of the people of the town victims. j people of the Near East. The call had been made by the Church Authorities for this help and a generous donation was the result, there being about $304 donated by the three wards, this included the regular fast day offering which was also turned into the fund. Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Warner went to Salt Lake Sunday afternoon where Mrs. Warner received medical treat- ment. CONTRACT AWARDED PAYSON - JUAB COUNTY LINE The contract for the eight miles of concrete road between Payson and the Juab County line was awarded last Saturday by the State Road Commission to The Wasatch Grading Company of Provo. The bid of this company was under the estimate engineers to the extent ot about $26,000. The awarding of this contract will be good news to the peo pie of East Juab County as thus stretch ot nigh way has been a matter of much unfavorable comment the past season on account of the bad condition of the road. The Wasatch Grading Company is the same firm who have tn present contract for paving through this city. With the contract being given this fall it will enable the company to obtain an early start and the road of-t- Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Forrest and Mrs. Paul E Booth motored to Salt Lake Sunday afternoon, returning home Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Pay and family of Beaver City spent Thanksgiving Day in Nephi visiting Mrs. Pay's mother Mrs. Nelie Schofield. he Air. and Mrs. Bert Swindlehurst and family, left yesterday for their home in Beaver City after visiting for a few weeks with relatives here. will probably be completed by the They were accompanied by Mr. J. E. close of next summer. When this Irons and Miss Louise Irpns. eight miles of highway Is completed the people of this city will have A number of the farmers here who practically a paved road to Brlgham :ity, a distance ot ISO miles. ' have alfalfa seed for sale have conwestern week to the this signed Marketing Association of Salt Lake. This firm advanced 60 to 60 per SERVICE STAR MEETING cent of the value, on the crops that DECEMBER 11TH were turned over to them. Some of the Beed men would not consign, preferring to hold and market direct. The regular monthly meeting of the Service Star Legion will be held next Tuesday December 11th in the Commercial Club rooms at 4 p. rri. All members are urgently requested to be present. The following program will be rendered: Retold Story, Ruth Booth, Dancing by Lamar Hawkins, Pla.no Solo Mrs. Wilson Olazier, Vocal Solo Mr. John Hood, Reading Miss Langlois, Instrumental Selection Jay, Anderson and Ray Bean, Vocal Solo JVIildred Ellison, Reading, Maurlne Kendall, Vocal Solo Erma Lunt. I ft, ' Mrs. Willis Entertains -- Entre-Nou- n Mrs. A. V. Pyper, Mrs Oorald Pyper, Mrs. S. O. Paxman, Mr Delta Yate. Athella Booth, Clara llobbs and the hostess Mrs. Willis. H. Warner, : ' V f r ft:. " --- -- .' ' frit -- L Mrs. Joo Willis was hostess to th V kite ' " 7 iI vrf i 1 2 1 v f a 'i I .v VT. TH X f i . ; Scene in Los Angeles School for Janitors Ic and prizes, MORRIS TALKS TO Sigurd, Utah, Leo Jennings of San Pedro, Calif, Lester Jennings Las Vegas, Nevada Kenneth Jennings Yours for health and happiness Sloan, Nevada, Lloyd Jennings, St, George, Utah and Mans E Jennings, THE CHRISTMAS SEAL Levan, Utah. He is also survived by brother and 2 sisters namely: Ne phi Jennings and Mrs Thomas Sher wood of Levan and Mrs. Johanna TUBERCULOSIS SUNDAY Taylor of Provo. WEEKLY HAPPENINGS The speakers were: Bishop J. E Taylor, Mr. Simms of Murray and FROM MONA DECEMBER Bishop E. P. Peterson. The choir fur nished the musical numbers The deceased was well known for The Misses Lola and Verda Keyte his kind and sympathetic nature and I, Charles R. Mabey, Governor ot was ever ready to aid the siok and were down from Provo last week for the State of Utah, do hereby desig - few days visit. nate Sunday, December 9th, as needy at all Umes TCBK1U CLOSIS SUNDAY Mrs. Sarah Shepard has gone to In the State of Utah, and I call upThe Amusement Hall committee will Mt. Pleasant where she spend on the churches to observe this day has purchased and installed two several weeks at the home of her in their pulpits; and urge the people Heatrolas in the picure show. daughter Mrs. A. H. Anderson. of this great State upon that occas The M. I. A. rendered the following ion to give serious though to the, ter.Miss ZelniaYoung,who is att$ndrible fesTructlon 'of life wrought year program in conjoint session Sunday B. Y. U. at Provo, spent ly tuberculosis. I further express evening: Reading,' Nina Jackman; irig the home with her the by Song Elizabeth McClure; Reading, Thanksgiving Day at hope that these thoughts will Blanche Bithell; Violin Solo Thomas parents. prompt the people to give their unto the Utah Public Groneman; Talk, J. E. Taylor; Vocal of stinted support Mr. and Mrs. Norman Scott Health Association in its worthy effDuet, Harold and Stanford Angell Mona a in few Salt Lake days spent Piano Solo Fern Bosh. There was a orts to stamp out tuberculosis and week visiting with relatives. o promote the public heatlh by inak. large crowd present end everyone felt lastMiss Phyliss Paxton spent Satur ing liberal purchases of Christmas well paid for coming out. day and Sunday in Salt Lake with Seals. Mrs Floyd Bosh, entertained the her parents. In Testimony Whereof. I have here I B P I M club Tuesday evening. Sew unto set my hand and caused to af Mrs. Isabel Hiskey, Peter Hiskey, ing and social chat occupied the and Mrs. Florence Andrews left last fix the Great Seal of the State of Utah time until 10 p. m. when a delicious Done at Salt Lake City, The Capiweek for Burley, Idaho, where they lunch was served. this 28th day ot November 1923 tol, will spend the winter. CHARLES R. MABEY Mr Felton Hickman and Mr Joseph Governor home has returned Leah Miss King Christensen spent Thanksgiving Day H. E. Crockett Secretary of State Lake. Salt at an indefinite from stay at home. They are both atteding the Osborne Young was down from B' V. U. at Provo Salt Lake for a few days last week. Stellmaa Cowan came down from Mr. and Mrs. A H Angell and fam Salt Lake to spend Thanksgiving Mr. and Mrs. F. D. Evans have re Holidays here. Mr. Cowan is attenlly, Mrs. Soroenson of Provo, and Mrs home from a few days visit ding the U of U this winter. Minnie Pearce of Vernal spent turned ' Thanksgiving Day in Levan the at Salt Lake. Mr and Mrs. Herman Mangelson guests of Mr and Mrs. H. B Angell Mr. Henry Young was painfully in attended the convention of druggists A party was given in their honor at which the following were present: jured last Wednesday when the team held at the Hotel Utah Friday even Mr and Mrs. Wm Brown, iMr. and he was backing from in front became Ing. An elaborate banquet was ser Two ved the visitors through the courtesy Mrs Neils Schow and Mrs. Liza Mor frightened and ran over him. ribs were broken and his ear badly of the Ogden Wholesale Drug Co. gan. cut. Dr. Rees was called and dressed The members of the Ladies Liter the wounds. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith and Florence and Helen, motary Club were delightfully entertain daughters Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Smith enter ored to Ephraim and spent Thanks ed at the home of Mrs. Helen Benedict Thursday evening. "Rare Bits of tained Tuesday of last week in honor giving Day with their daughter Mr Information" were contributed by all of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Price of Driggs S. E. McCafferty. present. A delicious lunch was ser Idaho, and Mr. and Mrs. N. C. Lund. ved to the members Mrs. Abner C. Bigler left today for and Mrs Thomas Vickers, and Los Angeles, where she will join her Air. Mr. LaFree Christensen and Mr Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Price left today husband who has been employed in Jay Jackman who for some time for Ocean Park, California where that city for some time. They ex past have been employed In Garfield they will enjoy several weeks vacat pect to remain in California the spent Thanksgiving Day in Levan greater part of the winter. ion. The stork was very busy last week leaving girls at the home of Mr. and C. J. Winter and Mr. and .Mrs Henry Christensen. members of the Club Th her home Tuesday afternoon. A babr girl was born to Mr. and time was spent In sewing, after which a very dainty was served to the fol Mrs. Perry C. Hall yesterday, lowing: Mrs. Orton Durham, Mrs. W ember 6th Carnival Dunce night at th Arllgton. Elegant costume The News, Vol. 7, No. f V tot III "" Los Angeles has the first school for janitors. Prof. 8am llssklns, who is seen at the left explaining the intricacies of the mnd-rmop to a class of willing workers In big downtown office buildings. Is the founder of the new school. II expects to turn out a bunch of graduates soon. Elmer Tolley ret u rived to Pocatello Idaho Sunday, after spending Thanks giving Day here. Mrs Alfred Warnpr, who has been in the hospital In Salt Lake for some time is now Improving. In the spelling contest between sixth and seventh grade students held at the Venice Theatre Tuesday evening. Miss Alberta Cowan was the successful student in winning the prize of $1 offered by Mr. Brady of the "SI Perkins Show." The content revealed thit the students of these grades who competed, are a good average and well advanced In the art of spelling correctly .