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The Times. Vol. 15. COUNTY BOARD The News, Vol. 8, No. 16 Nephi, Juab County, Utah. Friday, April 18th, 1924 No. 16. NEPHI HIGH SCHOOL HAPPENINGS HOLDMEETING NO INCREASE IN SALARIES SAY BOARD THE ORATORIO MRS. WARNOCK A NOTABLE EVENT OF EDUCATION PASSES AWAY The Oratorio "Plan of Salvation" given by the Tabernacle Cholr Fri Petition of Teachers of Juab School District For Higher day evening was a notable achieve- Resident of Nephi For Thirty Wednesday, the Student Body met Weekly Half Holiday GrantWill Not ment in the Church music circles of Two Years Rate of Pay Denied Finances of District nominated the Student Body Was Ninety ed To Office Officials Lic and ' this city. Nothing finer has ever officers for the coming year. The More Taxes. Without Permit Levying Two Years of in sacred lines been rendered along Age at Time ensing Dance Halls and election will take place next week. Nephi. From the opening anthem, of Death. "Hear O Ye Heavens" until the closGarages Passed. Field Day will be held next Fri of Board A of the special the New meeting number "The Song," ing day. Contests will be held in the Education of Juab School Dlstrtc. lnrp-with nudipncA whs nnthrallari POOL HALLS NOW at the Auditorium, and the was morning Present: held 'JuIia Anu Warnock, passed away Saturday evening. the wonderful rendition ot the great The Commissioners o Juab Coun- afternoon events at the public square - at her home la tnis cltv Sunday. April Jas. Garrett Jr., J. H. Lunt, Harry throwhich the listener work, carry ty met in regular session in this city RUNNING HERE the age of 92. Born Jan Foote, Lorenzo Mangelson, and JosCouncil ldtn. .,,h .ho hcpb frnm tha Saturday. Present: W. G. Ornie, Wednesday in the Venice Theatre- eph F. Newton. The chief business in Penn8ylvania. she came to "th' of the Creation The in Heaven. John Bunnell, and Dr. Steele Bailey an entertainment was given in conwas the petition of the 1892, and has lived here wnrid nj niRnfii,HHon of Adam, the Npht Jr. nection with the picture show. A transacted inNesurvived by an association school teachers for For the first time since 1910, Advent of Christ, down to the present slnce that time- - she Claims against the county after one act piay and a song and dance Mr8 Marv Turner of Wells 8iter crease in the schedule, halls. now two on,e has salary of Times. present Fullness pool public were phi allowed. and enteraudited Dispensation revue was presented. The being duly in snlndil voice vIUe- - nio' an three daughters, Mrs. Th, ohnir w Ofticers reports for the month of tainment was under the directorship with a higher maximum for Senior When this city went prohibition on also School and were Junior halls teachers, December High 31st, 1910, pool and under the able direction of that Margaret Householder of Salt Lake .March were approved by the Board, of Melba Anderson, and the accoinp Mrs. Sara Bortell of Philadel The treasurer was authorized to anlsts Lois Lunt. piano, and Verda grade teachers. After discussing the banished at the same time, and al veteran leader John Hood, interpret- - City, question for some time and taking though agitation for their reinstate- - ed the various numbers in a most phia. Pa., and Miss Alma Warnock draw a warrant in favor of the State Batchelor Violin. of this city. Also nine grandchildren into consideration the financial con- uient has been put forward from time effective manner. Road Commission for J31.200.00 this and eight great grand children. memof dition the Board ren-yedistrict the was not the until to time well were it also present The solo parts being the county's portion of the Yesterday morning nine awards Funeral services were held in the be was ushered in that the bars dered. It would be difficult to single Federal Aid Project number- - 17-were made by the Student Body to bers felt that no increase could Tabernacle Tuesday Bishop Bailey Chicken Creek Dam to the Millard the basket ball boys. The awards allowed at this time, and definitely were let down and tne necessary ora- - out anyone for special mention as being in charge. The speakers were: wer nine red sweaters with a block decided that no higher tax levy could inance enacted to permit or tneir they all done themselves proud County line. Jas. D. texton, Mark Bigler, P. P. be under made the from agriculthe was all present as A check for $1,500.00 was also auth being operated. Judging uisa Langlois, reader, N" on the front. Every man had was now men tural old that of and preval number depression young tnat could be desired, her voice being Christison,' and the closing remarks orized paid to the State Road' Com service stripes according to their large who have patronized both places this clear and distinct, which added much by B l8nP Bailey mission for this county's portion ot year" of service. The following are ent throughout the country. Musical numbers were rendered Miss Supt. Stewart was instructed to week, they bid fair to .become the t0 tne 8Uccess of the Oratorio. maintenance on State Highways. those who received awards: Geau send L. P. Anderson an'd Mrs. Ed. re by week contracts the this out iu most J. at the the 41 city. places Le popular Ordinances number viola Worthington presided and 42, Ga&d Eugene Lunt, Paul Grace, who a "Jesus rendered Carter, duet, teachers All 1st. the Jones L. turnable as May by E. and acted Giles Carter operates Diano. while Prof. which are being published in this land Belliston, Glen Worthington in the district will be re- one' in the building formerly occup- - organist, the playing of the latter Lover of My Soul" "Rock of Ages" employed were pas- - Rodger Broadhead issue of the Times-New- s, Daken Lunt, quired to file certificates with the led by L. Frank, ana have an up to bringing forth many compliments. by Mrs. Allie Belliston, and a duet sed by the Board. These ordinances Loyle Adams, and Wm. Starr. before the opening of date place with six new tables instal Mr jjooa who directed the choir is by the Cole Sisters "Sometime We'll superintendent for of the licensing public provide schools. led. Mr. John Burton, has the build- - entitled to much credit for its un- - Understand." serdance halls, refreshment stands, The Seniors have decided to have The opening and closing prayers will schools of The the district It was a musical were outside Adam S. Bennion, for the speaker vice stations, and garages, ing formerly owned by the Juab Qualified success. offered by J. C. Hall and James of incorporated cities and towns in at the commencement exercises. Mr. open on September Sth for a nine Farmers association, and has four event of which any city could well D. Pextoa. Interment took place in order an td to term months take well is and according tables equipped he can DroU(j 0f, he come if Juab County. arrange Bennion will the the City grave being Cemetery, of Board of Education. the be of will trade. care the it that informed was set his work. We are The 17th day of May, 1924, The clerk was instructed to pre on Sunday evening, May dedicated by J. C. Hall. for the aucton of property which has repeated pare estimates and present to the iccn nrpvinilslv rtpprleri n thft rnlintv lt8h, at which time a capacity Board at their next meeting for the PROMINENT K1WAN1ANS house should greet the choir. of taxes. This list D. W. SCOTT DIED for These est! FIRE PREVENTION year of 1942-2will be found in another part of this YESTERDAY school mates must be certified to the Board CLUB paper. LOCAL VISIT of County Commissioners by May 1st WEEK APRIL 21-2- 7 On motion of Com. Bunnell, the DR. GOWDA OF INDIA in accordance with the school law. Courthouse officials were granted a D. W. Scott, 84 years of age pas The question of filling the vacan half holiday every Saturday from VISITS STATION at his home in this city cy caused by the resignation of Supt. The local Kiwanis Club was honor April 15th until October 1st, except sed away Next week is forest fire prevention with Mr. Scott, was but at discussed as their in Stewart, length ed M6nday guests having on days when the County Commiss yesterday morning. week throughout the United States ioners were in session on Saturday. his wife, by whom he is survived no definite action taken. Mr. Stewart at luncheon several prominent Kiw- to proclamation of Presi Nephi to reside about six was authorized to obtain information anians from the Salt Lake club. A 'After the transaction of some other came to That the Nephi Experiment Stat according Forest Ranger Christof kindly concerning the qualfications of sever dent a was man Coolidge. He aSvears N. were: R. the visitors Young mong minor business the meeting adjournion has attracted attention throughIs arranging for a series of all ensen, was the for and a al now by who had respected and disposition applied Lake President, applicants ed until the date of the next regular past Salt out the agricultural world is attested at to be next week who Knew him. - Funeral services position. 7 member or tne international iviwan- - h th f , th , tne 5th rePresentat- - i meetings "7. held ... 7 "Z7 i , meeting. laiKS win De roaue oy mr Ward North wnicQ in time the will be held Fair , f Is Organization, Channel m. at now ... is . ... a country foreign . . . aner vl U8 usuen r ureal uu.ii;n . Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Judd motored Meeting House Saturday afternoon - r.f tVio RaH Tjilrnl inn " '- fx UHriiiLKiiL Hiauuu maauift iu- - These meetings will probably be held at 2 p .m. Any person wishing to to Salt Lake Wednesday for a couple Club, INCREASE IN FOREST and Norman Brown, a member used In Htong lnto the methods School Auditorium and the view the remains can do so from 11 of the Board of Directors. .Mr. Clar- - fa and whIcn has aided Jn making will be High RESERVE FORCE a. m. until 1 p. m. at the family of days visit. announced later. ence me n. oi ar tuiuu The famous. last uuiung, this station Mrs. W. J. Sperry, returned home residence on the day of the funeral. in the interest or tne rval ,a r R Nagan Gowda of Hos- was also Wednesday after a two weeks visit Denver present were DANCING PARTY Convention. laws in Salt Lake City pet India( wn0 will remain here for on the abQUt of visitors Forest Ranger O. H. Whi'ney, ar each the a is by Dr. given weeka. Gowda, tnree Salt to W. I. Mr. Brown, returned wishes Ideals of Kiwanis. me ciud also went paHllat- - nf lhe Madras. India. Christ Stake Chorister John rived in Nephi Wednesday from Ver A BIG SUCCESS after visiting with all the members of theHood, Lake Tabernacle on record endorsing the present oain College, and has been in the nal, Utah. Mr. Whitney, will make her Wednesday L. Belliston Jas. Mrs. daughter Choir to meet at the Tabernacle next "Clean Town Drive" and pledging United States for over his headquarters in this city and will for some eight years, time. Wednesday evening t practise, in their support to attain this end having attended during this time the assist the local Forester A. P. Christ-enseClub dancing party Stake for the to has This addition tha force Quarterly preparation President J. W. Boud, was in charga University of Illinois, the Iowa State The Commercial Mr. and Mrs. Russ Hawkins, Mrs. Conference to the members and their par in May. of the meeting. be held to given early been made necessary on- - account of Utah the Agricultural tners at the Armory Hall WednesD. Haymond, and Miss Allie College, and the Payson office being consolidated George motored The members of theWoodbine Club to Salt Lake Wed College. Bryan, evening was the most successful hom with the Nephi office. Mr. Whitney nesdar. Miss Athelia Booth returned in cneakine of the work done at day home the sime were entertained at the home of Mrs returning Eiven by the club during the affair to the will probably be assigned Will Allen, Thursday evening. The Wednesday after T a three weeks lne Nepll station, Dr. Gowda stated season. A large number of the , i . past .1 tUn AnVPlPS Calif. In ... dnant w,anatrn southern part of the local forest. evening. .... lnfn.ni. I.. ifl 1.1 social and in was au time spent sewing tnat U ranneu u.gn wr nrpnunt. and . evervwhile ranger Christensen will take . ' Mrs. I. H. Grace, ana Miss nan- - a(lol. eiven out from this station was I mmhr.ihln the was iu I County Agent A. E. Smith, return chat. Luncheon was served to Mrs. iruiu ucb'""liun'B care of the northern part, with the fealt from came nab. Grace, down ea(rerly 80Ught by students in agrl- ing to end. A dainty luncheon was from Logan, Utah, following: Mrs. Harry Black, home ed Saturday this added. home Under Payson district "Lead Wfllis Bryan, Mrs. Stan Jarrett, Mrs. Lake Saturday to make their cuiture at all the principal colleges served during the evening. new arrangement the Payson office where he attended the annual He questioned Girl? Ronald Jarrett. Miss Alicia Reed, and hra aeain. Mrs. Grace went to of the country. and the of Week" Boys ership of the forest service will most likely the hostess Mrs. Allen. Easter rab- Provo Wednesday where she will whether the people here realized state. of the Clubs be abolished. . bits and chickens were the favors to visit with her daughter Mrs. Val. fully what the Nephi station had I Mr. and Mrs. James M. Powers, the guests. meant to dry land farm methods, not and MIbs Ludean. Lunt, motored to Hoyt for a few days. mot E. Memmott Mr. and Mrs. J. only in the United States but other salt Lake Saturday, returning home ored to Salt Lake City Sunday, where CONJOINT SESSION countries where arid conditions have Sunday evening Mrs. Memmott underwent an oper SUNDAY EVENING ation. At this writing she la getting be to met by scientific application. along as well as could be expected. The April term of court which have opened here Monday should Miss Deon Belliston. and Mr. Earl STRIKERS DEFEAT The M. I. A. of the three wards has been postponed for one week, or the In been have Logan, of this city will hold a conjoint Bes- Greenhalgh, until April 28th. ALL-STAslon In the Tabernacle Sunday even- - past week attending the Boys and TEAM Levan School. The Girls Club Leaders Ing to commence at 8 p. m. at the same school Miss Alicia Reed, entertained the program will be in charge of the was represented Major- - S. C. Gurney of the U. S isfactory and to think that tbe coun Woodbine Club at her home last North Ward M. I. A. and will be as by Mr. N. liyron layior. iney re all. an after army Fort try does not ne.ed re-game played Tues-- Wednesday evening. Delicious port having had a wonderrul time Army with headquarters at Timesfollows: - This Is not true. The country will da.,In the bowling Powers Alley's be- - freshments were served to the fol- at and learned many things of value Douglas, was a visitor at The X evening Instrumental Trio, Mrs. Diane Booth to them as students. News office a few days ago. always need men trained men, ready M and the stPk. , , Ronad Jarrett Mr8 .. . to occupy Important positions In the Miss --Mercl Goldsbrough and Mr the to i Ed. him in Mrs. ,, win iui i. me rtuuii wna crs, regards Chase, Interviewing xarry oian., amio. load men are who R. Q. Dorltts. and navy on Mrs. Lester Gustln and Mrs. Alice Citizens' .Military Training 'Camp to army to Z37B score a Will team Mrs. Mrj. Allen, by latters Stan Jarrett. Duet, Klina Jones and Relta Sperry Haynes. entertained at a shower be held at Fort Douglas, Utah, this ers and who have been trained to 2275 for the All Stars. The Indivi Edgar Park, .Mrs. Willis Bryan, Mrs. Lucy Garrett Tuesday evening in honor of Mrs. summer he said that deep Interest Is meet energencles and think quickly dual scores follow. Striker- s- Work J. Reading W. Olpin, Mrs. Annie Reed, and Talk Daryl Chase Paul E. Stressman, formerly Miss being taken throughout the 104 Div- All of these essentials are supplied by man, 614, Powers, 453, Edgar Park the hostess Miss Alicia Keed. Viola the camps Miss Selection Instrumental Francis Klrsen. Music and game isional area (Utah, Montana, Nevada, military training. During Vick Harris 459; Rue Golden, 446. be In JenItself will Worthington and LeGrande were piayed and a good time enjoyed Idaho, and Wyoming) this is mani- the physical education 451, to prompt 499. All Stars Ross Burton, kins. NOTKH ' all present. Refreshments were fested by the large number of appli a sufficient inducement Belliston by Enos 392, George Jones, L. P. Anderson served to Almost average to men Vocal Solo attend. any useful fifty guests. Many cations being received at the Head 447; Steve Allen, 455 George D. Hay Msa Geneva Langlois and brautiful presents were given Sealed bids will be received by the Reading 104 Division U. S. Army In young man ccn meet the require mond, 530. quarters Clarence Male Association Selection ments for caiLp. Juab County Livestock Quartet, the guest of honor. Suit Lake City, Utah. Cowers. Glen Garrett, Hosmer for beldtng permitted stock on Dlat- Young men of high school age, as The camp will be held from June well as elder men from the offices and Mr. and Mrs. T. O. Durham, Mr. No. 7 Nephi Division, Uinta Forest, Grace and Wm. Garrett. Mrs. John Haycock entertained the Club Friday afternoon 12 to July 11. The camp Is conducted stores ma attend. Parents of the and Mrs. A. V. Pypcr. Mr and Mrs. for approximately three months and Social Friends . . ,I under the younger men may well be assured a. B. Gibson. --Mr. and Mrs. Spencer for tbe distribution of approximately u . noma. frU IU umon "aw.J npic tivo by the War Department 81 II n nainvtn ril&f IUntlv S. tonl, 0f gat on Baid district. rUK KLfUULltAll sDent in sewing, after which auspices of the 104 Division, U. ex- that boys who attend will be carpd- Forrest and Miss Allie Bryan. the The pays government Army. to for. Under the oboervlng eyes of ex- ored to Provo canyon Sunday where An oldg InU!)t De fned Wtn he were servtd PRIMARY dainty refreshments attend, Including officers and noncommisHlon tnejr spent the day retary of said association on or ne the following members: Mrs. Frank penses of all who . camp, ed officers he vIIl learn the meaning The Board foro Apru 26th. 1924. Simrks. Mrs. Lavcrn Bowles, Mrs. transportation to and from attentfood and medical was hostess rn- - reserves the r'ght to reject any and a!ert- Ree8 uniforms, will He J. N. Mrs. of develop Wm. discipline. Mrs. DtUos Worthing Haynes, Is to A Republican Primary is hereby Mrs. George II. Ostler, Mrs. A. ion. The object of the camp from ness and self reliance. Ha will return day afternoon o the members of the all bids. called lo meet In the Courthouse, ton, men of type high together bring home bigger, stronger and bet'er. Social Neighbors Club at her home Board of Director Juab Co.' Live-stor- k Mrs. hostess R. Blaokett and the all sections of 'he country on a com- He will be filled with new Ideas; Nephi, Utah, Monday evening, April John time was enjoyed Association yery delightful Haycock mon basis of equality and under the have new friends and new Ideabr, he land a delicious luncheon served to 21st, at 8 p .m. for the purpose of Thomas W. Vlckers, Secretary liy most favorable conditions of outdoor will have rubbed shoulders, talked the following: Mrs. Harry Foolo, electing 7 delegates to af.end the The members ot the Entre-Nou- s Republican Slate Convention to be Club were delightfully entertained life; to stimulate and promote 'citi- and associated with hundreds of fut-M- r. G. R. Judd. Mrs. J. E. Ostler CARD OK THANKH held In Provo, Utah. May 9th, 1824. Mrs. Geo O Ostler. Mrs I M Pet. zenship, patriotism and American- ure citizens. the hom" at afternoon Wednesday Iho 7 deleRntes to attend the 1st D physical and expert to Mrs. Mrs W. Houd. through ism; No more J. spend George pleasant way if Mrs. A. V. Pyper. Sewing occup Congressional Convention to be held led the greater portion of the time direction, athletic coaching and mili- a months vacation this summer will Haymond. Mrs. E. W. Greenwood. To the kind neighbors, friends and In Provo. Ms 9th. 1924. The above after which a benefit the young be found than In attending the camp, Mrs Gilbert Baily, Mrs. P. B. Cow Sisters of tho Relief Society, whose lunch was tary training, to very dainty to State and Congressional Conventions served to the following: Mrs. Paul men, individually, and bring them and there Is no obligation for future I an, Mrs. T. D. Rees. Special gupntrf helping hands and willing sympathy are railed for the purpose of elect' K. Booth. Mrs. Orton Durham, Mrs realUe their obligations to their service upon those who do attend. Mrs E. U. Forrest, Mr s J W Ellison. helped to comfort the life of our Mrs. Dennis mother during her years of Illness, Ing delegate to attend the Repub W. II. Warner, Mrs. Spencer For- country. Those who desire to attend ' the Mrs June Kendall, lican National Convention to be held rest. Mrs. J. M. Powers, Elva Jen- The average man overlooks the camp may obtain Information from Wood, Mrs. Russ Hawtlns, Mrs. J. we desire to express our great gratl-I- I. In Cleveland, Ohio. to Chief Lunt, Mrs. R. L. Batchelor. Mrs lude. nines. Athelia Booth, Nell Golden, benefits of military training and phy- Capt. T. O. Durham, or write He Is too prone to of tSaff. 104th Division. XI, H. Army. Greenwood of Elslnore, Vtah, and Margaret W. Householder JAMKS GARRETT JR. Ludean Lunt, and the hostess Mrs. sical education. 1 In life Is sat Dooly Block, Salt Lake City Uta!l Rees. Mrs. Alma O. Warnock hostess condition feel his the that V. A. Chairman Precinct Pyper. Kepuhltran (By Lois Lunt Reporter) r.rt ar non-payme- nt S. - I oj . I I ( n. - CITIZENS MILITARY TRAINING CAMP TO COMMENCE JUNE 12th RS 1 mot-lgev- ' BJ,.