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iiiiiniKram DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUAB COUNTY A HOME PAPER FOR I HOME PEOPLE &iU!llllllllllll!llll!!l!:illl!!l!n!i!l!IIIIIIIIIHII!!l!!lll The Times, Vol. 15, Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, December 5th, 1924. No. 49 HARRY FOOTE AND JAMES H. The News, Vol .8, No. 49 The President's Message BERT KENDALL OCKEY ELECTED TO SCHOOL BOARD PASSES AWAY PROGRAMS FOR Very Little Interest Taken By HOME EVENING Citizens, And Small (Vote Cast Mr. Ockey Wins By The second Thursday night of the Margin of Two Votes. .Jhe school election held in this city' Tuesday passed off very quietly there being very little interest taken by the citizens considering the importance and responsibility attached to the positions. In district number 2, Mr. Jamis H. Ockey, won out over Jas. Garrett Jr, the present member from that district and president of the Board The vote although of Education. small, was close, Mr. Ockey, receiving 66 votes and .Mr. Garrett 64. Mr. Garrett, who will retire from ojiiue ill dauuai j, uao u.,jn a. ber of the Board since, August, 1917. During this period he has served the taxpayer and schools well. For the greater part of this time he has been presiaeni or me coara, ana uuriug his incumbency $11,000 of Levan school bonds which were taken over when the district was consolidated have been paid off. It may be well to mention here that these bonds were not due until 1932. achievement during this period has been the erection of the high school which will stand out as a and monument to the, progrtess vision of the present membership of the Board. This building program was put over in a business like man. ,'ner and the cost kept within the revenue available from the bond Issue,' something that has not happened in many districts of the state in the expenditure of a like sum of money. Since the building was accepted in 1922, $16,000.00 of the bond issue has been paid off without very little increase in taxation, in fact, the levy was lowered this year half a mill. the Ey the practice or economy site on which the high school was built, together with the additional land purhased since that time has now all been paid for with the exception of $3,000. This has been accomplished without any increase in taxes whatever, the money having been saved out of the current revenues by a general scaling down of expenses in the cost of operation. The schools of the district have maintained during this period as high a degree of efficiency as will be found in any other school district of like size. Students who leave here to attend he various higher institutions of learning in the state have rated high in sholarsbip, and have students compared favorably with from much larger and richer districts than this. For the service he has rendered the citizens of East Juab County during his connection with the Board of Eduatfon, he is entitled to their best thanks and appreciation. In district number 4, Mr. Harry Foote. the present member of the Board from this district had no opposition, there being no other nominations made. Notwithstanding this fact, he received 103 votes, being for another term of 4 years commenrng In January, 1925. What has been said In relation to Mr. Garrett, will apply with equal force to Mr. Foote, who with the other members of the Hoard have labored to reduce expenses and at the same time maintain as high efficiency as possible that would conform with the limited revenues obtainable. Mr. James II. Ockey, the newly elected member Is a native of this city. He in a young man who Is hlfiflllV rr'Kttf.rlnri In fhn Pnmmlmllu and has a good education that will qualify him to pass upon many questions pertaining to the work which will confront him when he takes his position as a member of the Board. ' ATter a long illness from which he suffered from heart trouble, Bert Kendall passed away at his home in this city Sunday morning. The deceased was the eldest son of the late George W. and Martha Kendall, and was born in Nepht January 1875, being forty nine years of age at the time of his death, Mr. Kendall was married July 6th, 18!) to Mir Maud Jones, by whom he is survived, also the following children: Verda, Elmo, Wel&on, Douglas, Myrth, and Mrs. Alvln Hanson,, the latter living In Goshen. He is also survived by four brothers and two sisters. These are: Mrs. J. E. Lunt, June Kendall, and J. A. Kendall, of this city, Mrs. Delia Wynder of Canada and Ivan and Pean Kendall. Funeral services were held in the North Ward Meeting House Wednesday afternoon. Bishop C. H. Grace presiding. The opening prayer was offered by J. D. Pexton. Jesse Pay, J. E. Lunt, A. J, Oowers and Bishop Grace, were, the speakers each of whom spok-- words of consolation to the bereaved family. Musioal numbers were rendered by Mrs. Ed. Carter, lr. L. P. AnderThe son, and Mrs, AWe, Delliston. benediction by pronounced Stephen Eoswell, Interment took place in the Vine Bluff Cemetery. Many beautiful flowers, covered the casket. Those attending the funeral from out of town were: Charles Hansen, Earl Hansen, Oscar Hansen, and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Farley of Goshen, and Mr. Sam Jones, and Mrs. Nephi Jackson of Sandy, Utah. . Mid-nig- Recitiations, Reading and Stories, such as: "Night Before Xmas," "The Snow Man," "Jest 'fore Xmas" "The Discontented Fir Tree" "Little Piccola" "The Stranger Child." Taken from "Good Stories for Great Holidays." Second Chapter of Luke Retold or Dickens. "Xmas read. Carol," "Cosette's Zmas from Les Miserab-les- " Hugo.( "The Other Wise Men" Van Dyke. "First Xmas Tree Van Dyke. 3 Games and Refreshments. Blind man's buff etc. Popping corn, Serving Apples, Candy making. 4 Xmas music as suggested. Family prayer. Good night. Prosrrain No. 2. For Construction . and Evening drawing. 1 Cut and draw Star of Bethlehem, 2 Cut sheep with shepherd, sheep, fold, etc. 3 Cut camels, palm trees, Arab tents, etc. 4 Model sheep and camels from clay or dough. Pop corn and tell stories as suggested. Program Xo. 3. Ions. RE-ELECT- The annual election of officers for the Nephi Post of the American Legion was held last night in the Commercial club rooms. J&hn E. Booth, of Spanish Fork, State Commander was here and delivered an able address to the members of the legion. He stated the purposes of the organi. zation, and told how the American Legion had aided in the work of Americanization, supported the Boy Scouts and the Universal Draft Law. He urged the local post to stand for something in the community, and to work for better conditions. He stated that with the allied legions of foreign countries with which they were affiliated, there were now ten million of world war veterans in the organization. The election of officers for the en. suing year then took place, with the result that all of the present officials were unanimously The list follows: Post Commander, Richard Inscore; Adjutant, Stephen Allen; 1st vice commander, Will L. Hoyt; 2nd vice commander, Bryan Petty; chaplain, Gerald Cazier; sergeant-at-armArthur V. Pyper. The election was conducted by State Commander Booth. s, A PROCLAMATION Mr. and Mrs, Otis Horton spent the week end In Salt Lake visiting with relatives and friends. When corduroy. In the supple, lus trous, lightweight qualities, entered i lie Held of negligee. It filled a long felt want. It In an Ideal material, In every respect, for making these pretty wnn-no much la regarments quired), nnil tt has established Itself permanently In the mode. One of the new corduroy negligees' la shown In the picture. In henna color. with a silky sheen. There la quite a range In colors to choose from and Corduroy la beautiful In the fashion able rose, purple, brown, blue, red, fuchsia and rtiaet tones. Sometime these negligees are lined In matching shade of thin silk or mercerized cottons, but often they are unllned. Be sides being durable ttiey will stand ashing. (r ,Mrs. Alma Warnick, returned to her home In Midvale, Utah, after a two weeks visit with friends In this city. Miss Virginia Ord came down from Salt Lake City to spend Thanksgiving Day with her parents Mr. and Mrs. S. 0. Ord. The undersigned have been asked to serve on a State Advisory Committee, to assist Dr. John A. Widstoe, State Chairman, of the Christmas Seal Sale, in his efforts to raise the $50,000.00 asked of Utah in the nation-wid- e fight against tuberculosis. We are more than willing to contribute our services In such, a. humanitarian cause, wth the realisation that there are over 1,500 actlye cases of this dread disease in our state, and that there have been over 1,300 deaths in the last seven year, wo feel it is a duty of every one to in making a success of the Christmas Seal Sale, as the money so raised is the sole revenue with which the fight against tuberculosis Is being made. The battle to save those afflicted with tuberculosis, and to prevent others from contracting It, ia now nation-wid- e. The fight calls for time, for money, for service and sacrifice; but the fight is worth all its costs, for it is bringing results. The vision we get today ia inspiring and encouraging. People are giving their cash to the cause all over the country Devoted workers are busy in the 'a FIRE AT THE FORREST HOTEL laboratories, seeking" further knowledge of the plague Hospitals for the examination, education and treatment of patients are springing up In every state. Knowledge and means of preven tion are becoming general. And deaths from tuberculosis, and cases of tuberculosis are steadily de clining. But the battle lsn' yet won. The fight must go on, and with In creased vigor and Intensity. To let up, means to lose! To refuse to give of time and mon means to fall to gain. ey and service The little penny Chrstmas Seal stands today as the champion of health and the enemy of the "great white pleague." It has been the means of interesting more people In the cause of tuberculosis prevention and good health than any other one HIGH SCHOOL NEWS The Freshmen class planned the following program for the assembly Wednesday, December 3rd. Prayer, Mr. Beagley; vocal duet, Blanch and Edna Worthington; reading, Geneva Sells; instrumental selection Verda and Joey Batchelor address Mr. N. C. Hanks., The N. H. S. Clarion staff presen ted the Senior Class with a pennant. This class obtained more subscript ions than any other class for the school paper. The Freshmen have decided to turn their annual Frolic into a Carnival Ball. Decorations will be carried out in the class colors, Blue and White. The best music and refresh- ments will be had. Everyone come out and the "Freshies" will guarantee you all a good lively time. A fire which might have had dis The girls of the Home Economics astrous consequences started in the club are having a gift bazaar next roof of the Forrest Hotel late Friday Tuesday, December 9th, from 3:30 night, caused by the sparks from the to 6 p. m. to be held in the high furnace chimney which Ignited some school dining room. Dainty gifts shingles on the east side of the and many varieties are being made building. Timely help on the part of by the girls. Everyone is invited to citizens and those around the hotel come out and visit the bazaar. prevented Berlous damage. The burn Ing of a hole in the roof into one of Friday, December 19th. the High the bedrooms with some other slight School opera "Miss Cherry Blos damage to furniture was about the soms" will be presented in the audit, extent of the loss which was covered orium. Mr. Olsen Is working hard by insurance. with the two glee clubs and the chorus in preparation for this event. ir. bdward Kendall, was the James Bean and Alfred Madsen of a pleasant surprise Saturday evening the occasion being his spent the week end in Salt Lake City birthday. Games and music were en Ted Green of Salt Lake City, re Joyed and dainty rerfeshments served to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs turned home Saturday after a week's Charles Haynes, Mr. and Mrs. S. G. visit with his friend Lester Belliston Wilkey, Mrs. Clarence Ingram, Mr. Mrs. David Williams , and son and Mrs. J. W. Carver. Mr. and Mrs Joseph Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marlon, of Preston, Idaho, former Kendall. Mr. and ,Mrs. N. C. Lund residents of Nephi, spent a few days Mr. and Mrs James Bowers. Mr and the latter part of the week at the Mrs. Al. Miller, Mrs. Julia Hoyt. Mrs home of Mr. and Mrs. James Chxist- Bulah Bowers, and Mr. and Mrs ensen. Edward Kendall. A "Pie Smash" given by the Inlo Swarm of bee hive girls at the home of Dorothy D. B. Carson Stephenson Tuesday Games, music and a pre-graevening. were enjoyed. Later In the evening pies of various kinds were served to the following: Mrs. Elsie Sldwell, klrs. Sylvia Peters, Luclle Foote, Gladys Brough, Katie Sldwell, Edith Ord, D'esma Jones. Virginia Cooper, Joy Sperry, Margaret Jenkins, Luclle Garret, Vera Bracken, Bessie Painter, Nelda Beck, Ida ent - thing. Let health. nt Mrs. Willis Bryan entertained the members of the Woodbine Club at her home Wednesday evening. The time was pleasantly spent and re freshments served to the following: Mrs. Clarence Ingram, Mrs. Fred Kendall. Mrs. Edgar Park. Mrs. W. J. Allen, Mls Alicia Read, Mrs. II. and E. Black, Mrs. Jam" Stanley, the hostess Mrs. Willis Bryan. Chase, Arvllla Boswell, Eva Oowers, Dorothy Olsen, Edna Howarth, Nola Lunt, Florence Oadd, and the hostess Dorothy Stephenson. Friday evening November 28lh, was given by Lester Bellisparty Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kendall en- ton In honor of his guest Ted Green, I. H Carson, commissioner of the tertained at a Thanksgiving Day din- A very enjoyable time was had by i.iirean of navigation. In whose bureau Inner for members of the family all present. At 11:30 p. m. refresh, Is the federal radio ofllce, champion cluding a number of their friends. A ments were served to the follow- ing the Interests of radio amateurs. very enjoyable time was had, the ing: Resale Lomax, Mary Morgan, recommends that they have ' few Edith Belliston, narrow and experimental channels be following being present: Mr... ami Virginia Golden, Mrs. Fred Kendall and family, Mr. Mildred Sperry, Allre Cowan, Arr.ella low 100 meters to encourage further and Mr. John Wilhey and family; Belliston, Walter Bowles, Boyd Bur- development. In his report to Hecre Mr. and Mrs. Charles llaynea, Mr. ton, Francis Warner, Harold Ilellis-lo'nry Hoover, t nron aireifws the plie Carl Haynes, and Lestnr and Mrs. John Carter, Mrs. J. W. gnu in 01 radio as well as and the guet of honor Ted "lie necessity of adequate legislation Carver. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Nelson, Green. in Insure the proulwd development. and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond race. n, Bell-Isto- The annual election of officers for the Nephi Commercial club took place Wednesday evening at the club rooms there being a good attendance of members present. The meeting was called to order by president Glazier, who stated the purpose of the gathering. Nominations for president of the club were then made with the re. suit that A. W. Clyde, local manager of the Mt. States Telephone Company was elected to fill the position. Mr. Clyde has been an active member of the organization and is fully qualified to lead the club the coming year. A. H. Belliston was chosen as 1st and W. G. Orme, as 2nd with the follow ng board of directors: J. E. Ostler. E. Smith. Robert Park, and Clar ence Warner. The secretary and treasurer, will be selected by the officers and directors. . THE PEOPLE ED us carry- - out the fight for Every seal you buy and every seal you use on your Christmas mall helps. We appeal to every man, woman, Christmas Seals. and child in thl county to belp Utah Signed this 3rd day of Dec, 1924 raise its $50,000. Will you help? THOMAS BAILEY, Charles H. Grace, Will L. Hoyt. Mayor of Nephi City. Calvin S. 'Smith, Mrs. E. It. Forrest, Miss Pearl Allen. .IRRIGATION COMPANY Tho annual meeting of the stockholders of the Nephi Irrigation Com pany was held In the courthouse, Monday afternoon. The purpose of the meeting was to bear the annual report read and to select two directAir. ors for a term of three years. Loul. Garrett, president of the company railed the meeting to order. Secretary J. E. hunt, read the annual report which was approved. The el. then took ctlon of two directors place. Louis Garrett, and James B. Klrhi'g being rhusvn to fill the posit. ARE Pantomime of Christmas Carols. (While the music is being played the words of the song are acted out, not In keeping with the Christinas sung. We suggest that children be allowed to use originality in making Seal Proclamation of the Governor of the State of Utah and in the Inter costumes.) "Silent Night." "Luther's Cradle est of the welfare of the citizens of Hymn," "We Three Kings of the this community, I, THE MAYOR OF THE CITY OF NEPHI do hereby Orient" all are especially good. "It is well to note that on Decem- join In endorsing the movement for ber 10, 1917 the British captured the prevention of Tuberculosis. I hope that all citizens to whom Jerusalem, releasing the city from this proclamation shall come, will Mohammedan dominion.) give during the month of December a little of their thought, time, energy . Graceful Negligees money to help advance the in Cheerful Colors and cause which Is being presented by the Utah Public Health Association through the sale of Christmas Seals for the support of the fight against disease and to maintain in our communities an active health program. Let us all Join In proclaiming the watch word "All for Health Health for all" and make this possible by buying and using our full quota of - HOLD ANNUAL MEETING AN APPEAL TO LEGION OFFICERS 2 5 LOCAL CLUB Death Occured Sunday After Commercial Club Holds Annual Election Wednesday Long Illness From Heart Trouble Funeral Services Evening Luncheon of Elk Held Wednesday. Meat Served. month has been set aside by the Presidency of the Juab Stake as Home Night and, they have asked that no meeting be scheduled for that evening. The observance of home night is designed to develop a more congenial family spirit and a more pleasant home life. The Committee on Standards of the M. I. A. suggest the following programs, which are Part of a meant to be suggestive. program may be used or parts of the programs may be combined to make an evening of self entertainment. Program So. 1 1 MuSic Such as: "Silent Night," "Luther's Cradle Song," "Oh, Hush thee my Baby," "Far, far away on Judea's Plains," "Come all ye Faithful," "It came upClear. (If a victrola on a is in the home selections suitable for Christmas should be played.) CLYDE HEADS n, ono-ii- Miss Tearl Allen was hostess to the members of the Ladies Literary Club at her home Tuesday evening. The program consisted of a vocal solo. "What Will I Do" by Mrs. T. W. Allred; two readings, "The Call of the Yukon", and the "Cremation of Ham McOee," by R. E. Davis, and a talk by C. W. Johnson. Mrs. J. W. Whit more gave report of the recent party. Those present were: Mrs. W. C. Andrews. Mrs. T II Burton. Miss Neva Booth. Mrs. George A. Sperry. Mrs. E. R. Forrest, Mrs. Wilson Glazier, Mrs. R. T. Cowan, Mrs. Dennis Wood, .Mrs. M. L. Sowby Miss Lula MrPhernon. Mlns Ida Par-ke- s, Mrs. P. B. Cowan. Mrs J W. Whltmore. Mrs. J. W. Elllison, Mrs. Howard Cox of Mantt. and the host-en- s Miss Allen.