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I." V MRS. M. &NOWLES DEVOTED TO THE 1 1 INTERESTS OF JUAB A HOME PAPER FOR 1 I HOME PEOPLE The Times, Vol. COOLIDGE-DAWE- I General Goellials Has a New Job MUTUAL PROGRAMS S CARAVAN HERE Party Met At Mona By Local Republicans Luncheon At Forrest Hotel-H- . A. Moore Talks To Citizens. SUNDAY EVENING MX Mutual Improvement programs will be rendered in each of the wards of this city commencing Sunday evening, October 19th, at 7.30 p. m. '4 ,v"fOSr- XEPHI WAlil) by es BROUGHT HERE HOLD RECEPTION or . j ENTERTAIN RETIRING STAKE BOARD FOR BURIAL Mrs. Harriet E. Darton, pioneer woman of Utah, who died in Salt Lake City Tuesday at the age of 9 2 years will be brought to this city for Mrs. Darton was an old burial. resident, of Nephi having lived here until the death of her husband, when she moved to Eureka, and later to Salt Lake City. She is survive'd by a son, Joseph Q. Darton, a daughter, Mrs. Harriett Beasley, and a sister, Mrs. Mary Ann Stockton, six grandchildren, and eight great grandchildren. were Funeral services held in Salt Lake yesterday. The body will be brought to this city for Interment. THE KIWANIS CLUB ENDORSE CITY HALL COMING TO NEPHI The officers and teachers of the Mrs. James Anderson entertained the sewing club Wednesday evening. various wards of Juab Stake delightfully entertained last night at the The family of Victor Stephenson Armory Hall in honor of the retiring have returned from Salt Lake City to Stake officers of the Relief Society of Juab Stake. A splendid program make their home here again. of games and music had been ar Margaret Griffith, who has been in ranged for the occasion and the party the L. D. S. hospital since last May was a great success from every standpoint. All the members of the retirreturned home Wednesday. ing board were present, and many exThe H. O. A. club was entertained pressions of good will and appreciation for their faithful services In the by Mrs. Eliza Morgan Thursday. past were tendered them. Mrs. Unity Mrs. Bert Shepherd Is seriously 111 Chappell, the former presfdent of the Relief Society in this slake had held at the present time. the position for over twenty years The stork visited the homes of During this long period she always Evan Shepherd and Fred Stephenson worked faithfully for the best Interlast week leaving a fine baby boy at ests of all, and was loved by those who ever had the pleasure of laboring each place. with her. Two hundred and twenty five members were present at the MEETING CALLED FOR entertainment. Refreshments were MONDAY NIGHT served during the evening. IlKKT SHIPPING tX)MMKNCT.I CKOI SHOUT The Democratic Ladles club will hold a meeting at Democratic headquarters Monday evening at 8 p. m All Democratic ladies are cordially The first car of sugar beets was Invited to attend. A good program shipped out of Nephi Wednesday to will be rendered, and refreshments the Moroni factory. The crop this will be served. year la short due In a great measure to the extreme dry season. Only three cars will be sent out acH. W. Lee, traveling passenger cording to those In charge of the agent for the Union Pacific System loading stattlon here. was a Nephi visitor Tuesday. ut Mrs. T. D .Rees and Mrs. N. J Roes of Salt Lake City, visited with friends and relatives In this city Fri day and Saturday. hand. The enterprising firm of Ord and Mangelson, the local druggists, have installed in their places of business thi3 week the Nizer Electric Ice Cream container. This machine is operated by electricity and keeps the ice cream in fine condition Indefinitely, no ice nor salt being used, as It makes its own ice if needed. The machine is one of the big improveMl ments recently introduced to the Gen. George W. Goethals, builder of the I'umtma canal (right), inspecting trade and will eliminate a great deal the site of the I'ucarma dams near Los Angeles which he has been engaged of labor in the handling of ice cream. to build for a fee of $10,000. Three dams are to be built there as a part of The container is equipped to handle a flood control program. six cans of ice cream thus making it possible to keep on hand several var-Itiat the same time, without any danger of any deterioration through lack of proper cooling facilities. The electric motor works automatically, and when the proper temperature is obtained, stops until such time as needed again. TO SHIP CA H OK CIIMKKNH Mr. Clarence Foote. shipped a car of chickens to the San Francisco market this Week. This Is the second Miss Ivy Chrlstensen, daughter of car shipped by Mr. Foote to outside Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Chrlstensen ' of markets. this city, was successful In winning Charles Haynes returned home the two first prizes and three second prizes at the State Fair recently held early part of the week after a trip In Salt Lake City, for fancy work and to Los Angeles mhere he Fpent a fpw days with his children In that city. tatting. Representatives of all branches of the Extension Service of the Agricultural College will visit Juab County next for the purpose of making a thorough survey of agricultural conditions and from their findings draft and recommend a ten year per manent program for agricultural im provement for the county. The pro gram will include crops livestock. soils, home and community beautifi- cation, and home economic work. wk The Yoiinir Mpn'B nomnrrDlin lnK of Nephi wan organized Monday eve The local Kiwanis club went on record by a unanimous vote at the noon luncheon held at the Forrest hotel Monday, in favor of the bond issue for the erection of a new city hall here. Mayor Thomas Bailey dis cussed the proposition In detail and stated that the city tax next year would be materially reduced which would more than take care of the increase now proposed. He stated that the city was now paying over $100 per month In rents and other charges which could be eliminated if suitable quarters were provided. At the close of Mayor Bailey's address the mem bers of the club voted to endorse the bond Issue and work for its success. The program consisted of two vocal solos by Miss Evelyn Brough, and two readings by iMiss Geneva Lang lois. Will L. Hoyt, presided at the meeting. . were ning, ine miiowing ortlcers elected: Karl Godd, president; V. M. Foote. first vice president; John Richardson, second . and E. B. Sperry, secretary-treasurerfntllmlffona Varfl iT.tm!I(.l f w 4in various activities and DKMOfKATIC LAIUKS campaign pians laid lor a social to be held toORG.AM.K CLt ll morrow evening. The Democratic ladies of Nephi Mrs. G. K. Judd delightfully enter met Monday evening and organized club of tained the Social Neighbors club at the Womens Democratic elec her home Friday afternoon. The Nephi. Mrs. Sarah A. Hall was Vick time was spent In sewing after ted president; Mrs. Louise C. Miss Pearl Nell which a dainty luncheon was served ers, The follow to the following: Mrs. Frank II. Beck son, secretary-treasurestead. --Mrs. I. M. Petty, Mrs. George ing executive committee was elected: Mrs. Unity Chappell. Mrs. J. E. MemO. Ostler, Mrs. George I). Haymond Mrs. J. W. KlliHon. Mrs, E. M. Greenmott, Mrs. P. P. Christison. Mrs. A. V Robert Lomax. Mrs. wood, Mrs. P. n. Cowan, Mrs. Harry C.add. Mrs. Foote, Mrs. N. J. Rees, and Mrs. T. Stephen Uoswell. Mrs. Robert Pyper, D. ReP of Salt Lake CHy, and the Mrs. Emily Sperry, Thr dirt) expects to hold It s firxt regular meeting hostess Mrs. Judd. Monday, October 20th. . t; r. Mrs. John Richardson entertained the members of the S. 8. club at her home yesterday afternoon. Sewing occupied the time until 6 p. m. when a very delicious luncheon was served to the following Mrs. members: L. pLalph P.rouKh, Airs. E, Jones, Mrs. A. P. Chrlstensen, Mrs. Karl Held, Mrs. J. C. Carter. Mr. James Ellison. Special guest: Mrs. Iluss Hawkins, Mrs. V. M. Foote. Mrs. G. R. Judd, Mrs. George Haytnond, and the hostess Mrs. KicharilKou. KWriU.K IMM.V MOXD.W KVKMSH Congressman Don n. Colton'wlll he the principal speaker at the It publican rally Monday evening at th A free Venice theatre. picture show, and a musical program will a so be features of the rally. No. 42 Annual Census of School Children To Be Taken This Week Teachers Will Attend State Convention. SERVICES HELD FOR GEORGE A. SPERRY SR. 8, HOLD MEETING CREAM CONTAINER OFFICIALS 'X HERE INSTALL ELECTRIC ICE Impressive funeral services were held Saturday afternoon in the North ward meeting house over the mortal remains of George A. Sperry Sr., Bishop C. H. Grace presided. The opening and closing prayers were offered by Wm. Jones and Joseph W. Rickers. The speakers were: Jesse Pay, WEEKLY NEWS ITEMS Robert Beagley, Andrew Neilson, James Garrett Jr., and Bishop C. H. FROM THRIVING LEVAN Grace. Each speaker dwelt upon the industrious life of the deceased and his good character in the community and spoke words of comfort and conMrs. John W. Ord and family of solation to the family. Musical numOregon are visiting with relatives in bers were rendered by Mrs. T. E. Levan. Carter, L. P. Anderson, Miss Vivian Peterson, and Mrs. Ralph Belliston. . A Democratic rally followed by a free picture show was held' WednesIn order to better acquaint the Frank Fran- day evening. ic of Ogden was the principal speaker COMMERCIAL CLUB people of Nephi with the work of the public library; and especially of the DISCUSS CITY HALL future, the Library Board assisted caravan pas The Coolidge-Dawe- s by the City Librarian will give a sed through Levan Tuesday, afterseries of receptions.- . The first of noon. A sh'ort stop was made here these will be held next Tuesday afterwhile one of the delegates addressed At the meeting of the Commercial the people. The high school band Club and citizens held Wednesday noon, October 21st, from 4 to 5 p. under the direction of Mr. Beck evening in the club rooms a thorough m., to which all men and women of A large en- dicussion of the merits of the bond the South ward are invited. furnished the music. The following Tuesday, October thusiastic crowd was present. issue for the erection of a new city 28th, the people of the Nephi ward hall was gone into pro and con until are invited to attend the reception. The chorus of the Levan High nearly midnight. The question was Monday afternoon Novt mber 3rd, School composed of over eighty stu- handled from many angles and at the dents furnshed the music for Sacra- close of the meeting the proposition form 4p. m. to 5 p. m. tho same cordial invitation is extended to the ment meeting Sunday afternoon. was endorsed by the majority pre of the North ward. Don't sent. Comittees were appointed on people the dates. Refreshments will dance was given Friday night publicity and location, who will meet forget be served, at each reception. in the Amusement Hall. The local with the city council tonight relative orchestra has been augmented and to the question at Issue. Wilson Improved by Mr. Chard joining its Glazier presided at the meeting. forces. AGRICULTURALISTS Miss Blanch Bithell entertained the Ladies Literary club Thursday. The topic of the evening was given by Mrs. Stanley Anderson. GRADER 1 SCHOOL BOARD The Nephi Fruit and Marketing Association took a progressive step forward this week when they installed a mechanical grader for the sorting of their fruit crop. The machine is motor driven and grades the apples perfectly. The machine is operating in the Cazier warehouse near the local railroad station and it is worth while for any citizen to see it in operation. It will mean a great deal to the association in the shipping, of their fruit as it eliminates a great deal of time and grades the fruit much better than can be done - Vocal duet, Florence Sperry and Vivian Peterson. Maurine Kendall Reading The Coolidge-Dawu- s caravan Solo Piano Blanche Burton of a truck showing the pictiure of the birth place of President Five Minute Talk by P. J. Sanders Coolidge and seven passenger autos SOUTH WAIU containing the members of the party on visited Nephi Tuesday their way Mildred Ellison to the coast. The party were met at Vocal Solo Worth-ingto- n Mona by a numbei of the leading Instrumental Selection, Viola and Company. of the Republicans city including Geneva Langlois the Boys Band which played several Reading Events Dennis Wood town Passing selections in our neighboring before the party arrived. At Nephi the party were entertained at the Forrest Hotel at a luncheon and short program consisting of two selections by the Cole Sisters, and a duet by Miss Vivian Peterson and Miss Florence Sperry, was enjoyed by the visitors. After lunch a meeting was held in front of the Courthouse which was addressed by M. A. Moore a member of the party from Plymouth, Vermont. County Chairman Jas. Garrett Jr. had charge of the arrangements here INSTALL FRUIT r con-sisti- i, The News, Vol. Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, October 17th, 1924 15, No. 42. J COUNTY The regular meeting of the Board of Education of Juab School District was held Tuesday evening. Present: Jas. Garrett Jr., Harry Foote, Lorenzo Mangelson and Raphael Garfield Claims against the district after being duly audited were ordered paid. The Board authorized the schools of the district to close Wednesday evening in order that the teachers could attend the State Teachers convention which convenes in Salt Lake City next Thursday, October 23rd, and continues until Saturday evening. was A new typewrting machine authorized to be purchased for the use of the commercial department of the high school. Repairs needled at the Central school was referred to a committee composed of Mr. Foote, Mr. Lunt and Supt. Smith. The work oi; taking the annual school census was authorized by the Board and Supt. Smith was instructed to have the work done as soon as possible. A committee composed of Mrs. J. W. Paxman, Mrs. J. W. Brough and Mrs. Hyrum Brough, met with the Board in behalf of the Service Star Legion asking for permission to improve part of the high school grounds and the erection of a suitable memorial to soldier boys. After discussing the question the Board took the mat ter under advisement. RELIGION CLASS HIGH SCHOOL NOTES CONVENTION SUNDAY The Religion Class convention of Juab Stake will be held In this city Sunday. The program for the morning session from 10 a. m. until 12 will be given in the Seminary. Sunday afternoon frcm 2 to 4 p. m. a general meeting under the direction of the Stake Board of Education will be held in the Tabernacle. There will be no services in any of the wards of the city In the afternoon, the Tabernacle meeting being the only one held. Representatives of the General Church Board of Eduaction will be present at the meetings to present some of the subjects outlined in the program. GEORGE H. DERN TO OPEN CAMPAIGN HERE George H. Dern, will open the Democratic campaign in this city Saturday evening October 25th at the Venice Theatre. Plans are being made by the local Democrats for a big rally on this occasion, as the nearness to election and the prominence of the visiting speaker will tall for a special effort to make this the big meeting of the campaign. School Census Being Taken This Week OF THE WEEK The Character Ball, which was given by the N. H. S. Clarion Staff last Friday evening In the gymnas-iouwas a marked success. Many attended and enjoyed themselves throughout the dance. A large majority came In costumes of every kind. A prize was offered, which was a subscription to the Clarion to the best lady character and best man character. Miss Elsie Maughan and Mr. Glen Worthington were chosen Other good charas the winners. acters were represented by: Miss Geneva Langlois, Verda Batchelor, Loyle Adams, Karl Ostler, and a number of others. m The Senior base ball team was suc cessful in winning two of the three games played with the Junior team. The Junior team won the first game bya score of 13 to 7 but the Seniors came back strong in the second game which they wo nby a score of 13 to 3, and then simply swamped the Junior team in the third by a score of 33 to 7. was as follows: SenThe line-u- p iors: Claude Lomax, Paul Grace, Glen Worthington, Gordon Wood, Louis Beagley, Rulon Cowan, Fred Gadd, Gene Beck, and Wm. Starr. Juniors: Wm. Pyper, Karl Ostler, Homer Lun; Clarence Ockey, Asahel Chrlstensen, Howard Tanner, Neldon Worthington, and Gene Worthington. The money received from the Character Ball will be used to finThe annual school census of this ance the school paper which will district is being taken this week. probably Issue the first number It Is very Important that every child between the ages of 6 to 18 be listed An assembly was held In the N. In order to obtain the appropriation allowed by the state of $25 per stu- H. S. auditorium Wednesday, Octobdent of school age. At the meeting er 15th. The Home Economics club of the Board of Eduaction held Tues- arranged the following program for next-week- day evening the following were appointed to take the census: Nephi: Mrs. Ray Brough and Miss Etta Sid well. Levan and Mills: Mrs. Helen Benedict. Mona: Mrs. Mary J. Newell. Columbus Day: Vocal Solo, Cora Latimer; prayer. Miss Elsie Maughan; reading. Florence Chase; Talk, Mr .C. W. Johnson; Pantomlne Columbus Seeks Aid From England and Is Refused. Receives Aid From Spain. His Voyage and Death; Vocal solo Hannah Schofield; selection, ItKMtK lUTS HOLD KALLY . N. H. S. Boys Band. AT MONA Ruth Grover, Reporter. A successful Democratic rally was held at Mona Wednesday evening. The principal speakers were Frank Francis of Ogden, candidate for con gress, and D. O. Larson. Quite a number of the local members of the party went oter from Nephi taking a long the Boys Band from here. They report a large number present and much Interest displayed. NOTICK TO POI LTRYMEN A mass meeting of all poultrymen of this city will be held In the Court house next Tuesday evening, October 21st, at 7.30 p. m. for the purpose of devising ways and means of establishing a hatchery for Nephi. The Juab Stake M. I. A. commenits seasons work Sunday evening with a conjoint session at the A good program was Oscar Lunt was down from Salt Tabernacle. J. H. Horning, at?ent of the D. & with relatives rendered and timely subjects were R. a. W. Railway at Mantl, was a Lake today visiting discussed by the speakers. here. Nephi vlMtor today. ced .