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ili!:i!in:!ll!il!illlli;inUllli!llll!!!!lll!ll!l!lll!!!:ill!il!!lli!!lii:!iUtl:illi A HOME PAPER FOR DEVOTED jjjj HOME PEOPLE .J aiEuaiiiirtiniiiiiiiiiiiiiinjniimniiiiJiiiiiiiiinimiiuiiiuiiiiu:ii!iiiiuiitiiitnf j-l- IE The Times, Vol. 15, No. 44. PASSES AWAY Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, October 31st, 1924. The people of this city were shocked to learn of the sudden death of Mrs. Henry Garrett, who passed away in , U a itp.licax rally moxday NIGHT, NOVEMBER 3RD The mode seems to liave turned us barb upon demure and unassertive millinery. Fashion is indulging in spirited and picturesque hats, some of them worn at a piquant tilt while others are dignified, but wayward. Shapes are subtle and very generally becoming, materials rich and varied. Velvet, brocades, metal tissues, elt, velours :ind sutin, with combinations of many season of fabrics, insure a ')rillinnt headwear. A soft velvet hat shown here Is a debonair, shape that la popular. As trimmings go, It Is very simply finished with an ornament of ribbon plaitedflhbout a metallic cabo-choBelow it one version of the Spanish sailor In hatter's plush shows just how adorable a sailor can be. It Is trimmed with sequins about the brim edge and moire ribbon that extends over the crow n and ends lu long mid-wint- That the local unit of National Guard Field Artillery, isleading other units of Utah and Idaho, is shown in the annual federal inspection report of Major John J. Waterman, federal artillery inspector for national guard units of the above named states. The inspection was very much in detail and was what is tormed in military life, as a rigid inspection. The following is a copy of Major Waterman's summary of the inspection, listed under "remarks:" "The inspection of this battery wa3 carried out with snap and precision. Every detail of the battery was working at the same time. Telephone line with switch-boar- d and two lines laid and used. Commands to guns sent over telephone. Drivers harnessed and unharnessed by detail. Bugler sounded call. All men moved with speed and when spoken to jumped to attention with proper salute. Men in high spirits, singing and cheering after being dismissed. Armory, materiel, store rooms and efficiency of battery better than when I inspected last year. BEST ARTILLERY UNIT OF THE GUARD IN UTAH AND IDAHO. " Signed Major John J. Waterman. MILTON H. WELLING TALKS TO KIWANIANS ties. LEVAN HAPPENINGS j Miss Helen Taylor of Provo, Utah, is visiting this week with friends In Levan. Highbee entertained the Sewing club at her home Wed1 nesday evening. Mrs. C. E. Peter B. Peterson and daughters Leona, Edith and Amy were Salt Lake visitors last week. Mr. and Mrs. A well attended Democratic rally was held in the Amusement Hall Monday night. Hon. Milton H. Welling was the principal speaker. Mrs. Alma Dalby entertained the Ladies Literary club at her home Thursday evening. At attractive hallowe'en party has been planned by the Stake Recreation Committee for Friday, October 31st. at the Arlington. What is believed to be the best dance orchestra in Nephi is engaged for the evening. Ward Recreation Committees are planning something novel, but not elaborate, in the matter of decoration and refreshments. Frugal originality in the matter of appropriate personal and group decoration will be one of the basis for awarding a prize to the ward scoring the highest number of points. Each ward hag its colors. An effort will be made to entertain every individual who comes to the social. At the regular luncheon of the local Kiwanls club held .Monday noon at the Forrest hotel Milton H. Welling, former member of congress from Utah, addressed the Kiwanians on the subject of federal control of state lands. Mr. Welling showed that the government held three acres of Utah lands to every one held by the people. He advocated the turning over of this land to private ownership whereby the state would receive taxation for much of this land now held by the government. T. O. Durham, also spoke at the luncheon on the needs of more support from the civic organizations In the maintaining of the battery at Its full strength. He then fold of the great amount of benefit that accrued to the city from a financial standpoint on account of the battery being located here. Musical selections were rendered during the luncheon by Miss Verda Batchelor and Miss Jole Batchelor. E. R. Forrest presided at the luncheon. . ENTERTAIN HUSBANDS AT HALLOWE'EN PARTY The members of the Social Neighbors club entertained their husbands at a Hallowe'en party Thursday night. The members and guests were In dressed Hallowe'en garb and after para ling for the amusement of themselves and numerous onlookers, they went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Cowan for the first course of a progressive supper. The first course was served by Mrs. P. D. Cowan, Mrs. F. II. Beckstead, and Mrs. George D. Haymond The second course was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Ostler, by Mrs. Ostler, and .Mrs. E. M. Greenwood. At thi home of Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Petty the third course was served by Mrs. Petty, Mrs. T. W. Allred and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey. The fourth course was served at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George It. Jndd by Mrs. Judd, Mrs. A. F. Bracken, and Mrs. Harry Foole. At each home special Hallowe'en stunts were The closing rally of the campaign A new pipe is being run to the will be held by the Republicans of this city next Monday evening, Nov. Levan school this week. 3rd at the Venice theatre. Nephi L. Morris and E. L. Woolley of Salt KKRVKE STAR LIXilON Lake City will be here to address the EXPRESS APPRECIATION voters. A free picture show and a musical program will be given in connection with the rally. Mrs. J. W. Paxman president of the Service Star Legion, together with the officers of that organization drouth broken nv GOOD STORM winn to thank the people of this city for their generous support of the recent bazaar held at the Commercial Club rooms. As a result 6f the enJuab valley was visited Wed day by a splendid storm of rain and tertainment and luncheon the organithe "now and the drouth which haa pre- - zation was enabled to forward . vailed hero for many months past sum of $50 to the National Home for In adwas broken to a certain extent. The Blind Veterans of the war. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. storm will bo of untold value to the dition to the above amount the turn Geo. D. Haymond. Mr. and Mrs. P. which H. Cowan, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Greenfarming land, and also to the range, of $37.75 was also cleared and will be of considerable benefit will be used for the contemplated wood, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Foote. soldier memorial. to the sheepmen of the state. Mr. and Mrs J. E. Ostler, Mr. and Mrs. A F. Bracken, Dr. and Mrs. F. H. PeckKtead. Dr. and Mrs, T. W. RALLY DEMOCRATIC nv-i;ivi:s ji TOMORROW NIGHT Allred. Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Petty, GRAZING MONKY Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey, Mr. and Mrs. G. R. Judd. Juab county's share of. the forest A Democratic rally will be held t grazing fees for 1924 amounted to the Venice theatre tomorrow nleht, J. R. Downs has ddd sn auto This money will be divi- Saturday, $1,1(19.71 November 1st. Jadee hearse to his undertaking equipded pro-rat- a according to the school Joshua Greenwood will be the prin- ment the past week. .Mr Downs has A free picture show found this ImproverWit necessary population of the two districts of cipal speaker. the rounty. A portion also goes to and a musical program will also be on account of the fact that hors the county road fund. drawn vehicles are now out of dat?. given. sta-eed- .n forest Two Meetings of Poultrymen Held The Past Week Organization of Company Is Will Practically Assured Be Added Industry Here. Cooperation of the farmers of this valley in taking advantage of the new Improved method of wheat treatment has been all that could be expected this season and is a very encouraging indication that they appreciate the new and scientific methods which are developed from time to time for agriculture. . Records show that 140 farmers brought to the J. W. Summerhays treating machine, 11,720 bushels of seed wheat, which was treated with copper carbonate dust. This seed is sufficient for planting about 7,815 acres and is enough to give the new treating method a splendid trial in this county. The little machine did the work in a very satisfactory manner and proved to be a wonderful labor saver. Two enthusiastic meetings of Nephi poultrymen have been held during the past week for the purpose of getting under way a company for putting in a hatchery to furnish the chicks needed for next yean A compilation of records shows that approximately $7,500.00 was sent out of this city last spring to California and other places for baby chicks, and even then, many who wanted chicks found it necessary- - to cancel their orders and go without on account of the foot and mouth quarantine. Cuu you lind "dumdora," "cake eat er" and "gate crasher" In the diction ary? Not yet but you may very soon, according to this man. He Is HIGH SCHOOL NOTES Frank D. Vizetelly, LL. D., Lltt D, the managing editor of "The New OF THE WEEK Standard Dictionary of the English The foregoing words, Language." along with hundreds of others from The following students have the the, nascent vocabulary of the "flapthe "sharpie," and the "cakle," highest averages in their respective per," are now on the "waiting list" In the classes for the first terra 1924.25: lexicographer's office. A certain percentage of newly coined language . Is Student Body ure eventually Jo become part of the Lois Lunt 93 6 legitimate circulating medium of con Ellen Cole 93 versation, to change from "slanguage" to language. And once the language Seniors has been enriched by the adoption of Lois Lunt 93 6 the racy and expressive words, they Deon Belliston 91 4 go into the dictionary. . Juniors Geneal Carter Kathryn Whitmore . 91 90 5 Sophomores Vera Bracken Wanda Petty Ellen Cole Nelda Parkes . 90 89 2-- 91, 2-- 5 Freshmen 93 3 An assembly was held Wednesday in the N. H. S. Auditorium. The following program was arranged by the Junior Class: Student Body Singing, directed by Music Supervisor Olson. Prayer Jack Winn Vocal Solo Erma Lunt MONA NEWS ITEMS According to the man now con templated each poultryman will subscribe as capital stock the amounts he' would which pay for his chicks, and in addition furnish the eggs required to hatch what chicks he wants. Under this arrangement the noultryman will get his chicks .when he wants them, and the producer will only be out the eggs which he has furnished. More specifically If the man who chicks will purchase to the amount of the eost of his chicks and furnish the eggs for hatching same. he will get in return his stock certificate and ma one thousand chicks. A forty thous and chick capacity Incubatorcan be purchased and Installed, and next season his chicks can be furnished him at a much reduced price or in other words a gocjd dividend paid him on his capital stock. The money which would go out would then be distributed at home with the exwants capital 1000 stock, ception of the money needed to purchase the incubator. Another ad and a most important one. e resident vantage, E. B. Roberts, a long-timis the fact that the poultryman will of Mona died Thursday morning at have a chance to select eggs from his 7.30 after an illness of two weeks. choicest hens and thus raise the Funeral arrangements have not yet standard of his stock. Every poultry been made. man and business man in this section should boost the undertaking. The following were Salt Lake visMrs. John itors last week: Mr. and S. Neilson, Mrs. J. W. Vest, Edward DERN Carter, Ernest Kay, Claude Kay, GEORGE H. Archie Kay, Earl Newton, Mrs Zelma TALKS TO VOTERS Romney,- Effie Young, Ruby Smith, and Ray Newton. Mrs. S. P. Johnson of Vernal is Lucy Garrett Dr. T. W. Allred visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vocal Solo Rodger Lunt Clarence Nelson. Live Sparks Byron Taylor Lee Kay of Heber is visiting at the Instrumental Selection Batchelor Sisters. home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. George E. Kay. As election day is a day of raoes, Mrs. Ed. McClellan and familv of the Nephi High School has decided to add to the political race program, Salt Lake spent a few days with Mrs. a two and a half mile cross country McClellan's parents last week. run. For those who, on election day, Mr. and Mrs. William Piatt were nervously travel from booth to booth, trying to keep tab on the voters etc, Payson visitors this week. and especially for candidates for Mrs. Zella Black of Los Angeles, office thls race should serve as sooth ing ointment to (he nervous system. and Mrs. Ruth Love of Salt Lake About forty high school boys are ex are in Mona this week on account of pected to start in the race, and as the death of their father Mr. E. B. merchandise Roberts. there are twenty-on- e prizes, donated by business men, it is Mrs. lona Kay Is visiting at the sure that twenty-on- e out of the forty will finish. Each runner will wear home of her sister In Salt Lake. an advertising sign of a local busi Mrs, Deon Ellertson has returned ness horse. The course of the race Is as fol home from a visit with her parents lows: Beginning at the Intersection of at Salt Lake. main and depot streets, thence south Mr Leon Newton of Monroe, Rulon five blocks; east one block; north to hotel corner; west to main street; Newell of Elslnore, M. I Oveson of Aurora north to Sanpete track; east one Salina and D. C. Oviatt InofMona last visited for a short time block; north to ball park; (Southeast corner) west to main street and weok. south to place of beginning. Mr. and Mrs. S. D. Harper of DiviThe race will begin promptly at dend and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Van 3.45 p. m. Nor 4th. Alstlne were Mona visitors last week. The report cards were given to the A Democratic rally was held Monstudents Thursday of this wek. evening. The Hon. Milton H. careday Parents should give them their Welling was the speaker and porful attention. cortrayed vividly the wide-sprea- d national in affairs during ruption Grover Ruth Reporter the last four years and urged the election of candidates who stood for All the teachers attended the II. a clean and business government E. A. convention In Salt Lake the administration. Mr. Welling was well latter part of the) week. Juab District received, the audience being praclti-call- y unanimous In endorsing his rereported 100 per cent membership Miss Maurlne Kendall gave marks. present. two readings that were very pleasing to the audience. The students of East and West Juab county who are attending the No school In the district takes B. Y. U. have organized a Juab club. longer than two minutes to empty The officers are: President, David the school of children In the recent Naomi Fuller; fire drills held. Every school needs Eaffer; Secretary-TreasureAnna Stephento be equipped with soma type of fire The extingnlshpr which might save the son; reporter, Alice Rowby. club expects 'o have many good tlmeg district considerable loss In case of fire. together this winter. Reading Address HATCHERY PLANS ARE FORMULATED to Held YesterAfternoon From North day Ward Chapel. d Dr. Frank D. Vizetelly Report of Inspection of Major John Over Eleven Thousand Riuhels of J. Waterman Rates Local OrganiWheat Treated This Season By zation Heist In Utah and Idaho-Mil- itary One Hundred and Machinery Kfticiency of Unit of the In New Forty Farmers Highest Order. Departure. City--Funer- al ' In Salt Lake Monday from heart failure. Mrs Garrett was in her usual health Saturday when she accompanied, by her husband went to the above city to attend the funeral of a relative and the news of her death brought sorrow to her many friends here. Mrs. Garrett was a native of Nephi, having been born in this city November 24th, 1870. She was the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. Henry H. Hawkins, early residents of this city. She was joined in marriage June 17th, 1891 to Charles H. Garrett, the ceremony being performed in the Manti Temple. Besides her husband, she is survived by the following children: Mrs. Lavern owles, Edith, Loran, Lucile and lone Garrett, of this city; Mrs. C. Loughney of Ogden, Utah, and Wm. H. and Rulon Garrett of Salt Lake City. Also the following brothers and sisters: Mrs. Frank Robinson of Salt Lake, Mrs. Ctwen Cazier of Preston, Nevada, Harry Hawkins of Idaho, Wm. Hawkins of Garfield, Utah, and Mrs. Sadie Kendall of Nephi Impressive funeral services over the mortal remains of the deceased were held at the North Ward Chapel yesterday afternoon October 30th. The Bishop C. H. Grace presiding. speakers were: President A. H. Belliston, Bishop Thomas Bailey, A. J. Gowers, Jas. Garrett Jr., and the closing remarks by Bishop Grace. Each speaker paid tribute to the worthy life the deceased had always led in the community and spoke words of consolation and comfort to the family who have so suddenly been bereaved of wife and mother. Musical number were . rendered by a quartette, A V. Pyper and company; duet by the Cole Sisters, "Oh My Father," vocal solo by Miss Florence Sperry; and a "Perfect Day" rendered by Mrs. Allie Belliston. The opening and closing prayers were given by Joseph W. Vickers, and Judge T. H. Burton respectively. Beautiful floral offerings bore silent testimony for the respect in which the departed was held in the community. The following attende-- the funeral from out of town: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Robinson of Salt Lake. Mrs. Owen Cazier of Preston, Nevada, Mrs. Evelyn Louehney of Ogden, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Garrett, Sandy, Utah, Mrs. Florence Nason, Ogden, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. Rulon Garrett, Mr. Wm. Poll of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs J. O. Garrett, Provo, Utah. Mr. and Mrs. George Garrett, Mrs. Jane Jaeohsen of Bountiful, and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Hawkins of Garfield. Ufah. Interment took place in the Vine Bluff cemetery, the grave being dedicated by A. J. Gowers. The News, Vol. 8, No. 44 Fashion Indulges THE NEPHI BATTERY FARMERS ADOPT in Spirited Hats RANKS VERY HIGH MODERN METHODS Stricken With Heart Failure While Visiting In Salt Lake . COUNTY l jiti: MRS. GARRETT TO THE INTERESTS OF JUAB A big Democratic rally was held in the Venice theatre Saturday evening a capacity house greeted Mr. George Mr. H .Dern and J W. Robinson. Dern, who is a candidate for governor, confined his remarks principally to state issues, refuting many of the statements that have been made by the opposite party relative to economy. J. W. Robinson, candidate for Attorney' General on the Democratic ticket also addressed the people on the issues of the campaign. Precinct Chairman A. V. Gadd presided, and musical numbers were rendered by Miss Florence Sperry and LeGrande Jenkins. THE OFFICIAL BALLOT IN THIS ISSUE In this Issue of The Times-New- s will be found a copy of the official ballot which is being printed according to law. Voters will do well to look It over so tlioy will understand where their party emblem is located on the ballot. The first column Is the Democrats, next In line is the Republicans, next comes the Independent-Progressiv- e, and the last the straight Independent. The Ladles Democratic club will serve refreshments at headquarter on election day from 3 p. m. until 9 p. m. All are cordially Invited to come. The County Clerk gives out the infor matlon that the voting place In district 1 of this city has been changed from the Forrest building to the I. O. O. F. Hall. A marriage license was Issued Monday by the County Clerk to Miss Sylvia Turner of Holden, and Joseph Jensen of Greenwood, Utah. Bishop Thomas Bailey performed the ceremony. r, Ralph and Wilford Belliston returned home Tuesday from Myton, Utah.