f : :I !U li IIlUlIi; iill till tltl liUllUili I! III If II! II imiiiliilii in 2 giiuiiiRiiiiuinuiiiiHiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiw 1 A HOME PAPER FOR I I 1 DEVOTED TO T H E INTERESTS OF JUAB HOME PEOPLE COUNTY 1 ll!llll!!;!l!i:illllllllllllllll!lll!lllllllllll!ill!l!!IU:a The Times, Vol. 15, No. 52.. H. F. M'CUNE LAID TO REST Funeral Services Held Here Friday Afternoon. At Tabernacle Interment Took Place in the City Cemetery. The mortal remains of Henry F. McCune, were brought to this city Friday morning end tenderly laid to rest in the family burial lot in the services City Cemetery, following held in the Tabernacle her. President A. H. Helliston was in charge of the services, the opening prayer was offered by J. E. Lunt. Musical numbers were rendered by Mrs. E. M. Greenwood. Mrs. Alice Crapo and the Cole Sisiters. The speakers were: Patriarch L A. Bailey, I. H. Grace, W. A. C. Bry an. Bishop Larkin of Ogden, Fresi. dent A. H. Belliston, T. H. Burton and of the Juab Stake Presidency George W. McCune of Los Angeles. Each speaker dwelt upon: the lite of the deceased and told of many in cidenta in hia career. The casket was opened at the Tab ernacle and many of his friends who had .known him for years were thus permitted to see him again for the last time. Benediction, was pron. ounced by James D. Pexton. The grave was dedicated by Bishop Thomas Bailey. Many beauti ful flowers covered the casket. The following relatives and friend3 from out of town attended the funeral: Mr. and Airs. S. J. Lunt of Salt Lake City; Mr. Alfred McCune of Cardston, Canada; Mr. and Mrs. Ade'.bert Cazier of Spokane, Wash ington; Mrs. J. W Ure and daughter of Ogden, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Musser, and daughter of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. J. W Grace of Sandy, Utah; Dr. R. Mc. Cune of Ogden, Utah; and Mr. George W. McCune of Los Angeles, 1 .. California. . , Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday." December 26th 1924. Yuletime IUGENE BROUGH 1925 MADE UP The following is the list of citizens who have bwn selected from East Juab County for jury service during the year 1952: NephI Stephen Allen. George A. Allen, W. C. Andrews, Joseph Bell iston, William H. Relliston. George Bean, Ray Brough, John Henry Bowers, Hyrum Broadhead, Robert Broadhead, Joseph Carter Sr., Orson Cazier, Edward Chase, James Chase Joseph W. Cowan, John R. Downs Lewis Garrett, Joseph Greenhalgh Joseph Brown, J. K. Irons, Jas. L. Jarrett, Clarence Ingram, Edward Kendall. Edward Jones, William Jones, J. H. Lunt, Alton Memmott Seth MsPherson. Sam Neilson. W. P Ostler, Harold Park. J. N. C. Pexton Louis Shaw, E, R. Shaw, W. H Sperry, John Wrilson, Alex Wilson Orson Worthlngton, Wm. Starr, Sam G. Wilkey, James E. Held. M. W. Lester Mangelson, Hyrum Brough, IMliston, A. J. Bowers Sr., Ralph Carter, Verno Boswell, Alvln Bow les, Stephen Boswell. S. A. Lunt George Wilkey, Charles H. Jenkins W. H. Howell, Evan Harris. Otlg E Horton. LJoyd Hobbs, David Ockey James It. Ockey, Lynn Olpln, S. G Ord. George H. Ostler, J. W. Black ett, Lorenzo Pace. Levan Augustus Shepherd, S. P, Taylor, N. G. Taylor. Neils Morten- sen, II. C Mortena-Jr., Neils Pet ergon, C. H. Christensen, 8. P. Chris, teiinen. 1(. H. Gardner, Hans Ander. on. II. B. Angell, W. W. Beard, Geo rge Francoin, J. E. Neilson, Peter Wankler. M. C. Stephenson. Mills Wm. C. Orglll, A. L. Cur n Us. Mona Frank Evans, A. E. Ellert son. J. L. Fowkes, David Neilson Edward Jameo H. Newton, Kay J a in os E. Kay, Raphael Garfield Lorenzq Webb Miss Julia Paxman, returned home Sunday afternoon from a two year mission to the Eastern States. Mr. an. Mrs. Vernon Tolboe, of Provo, Utah, are spending the holl days with Mrs. Elizabeth Jennings mother of Mrs. Tolboe. Mr. and Mrs. George O. Ostler motored to Salt Lake City Sunday where they 'met their son Leroy Ostler, who recently returned from b two yer year mission to Holland Europe. They arrived In this city W. flnf-- Jay Bight having Visited with relatives to Halt Lake for a coupl Mr. Ostler's field of la bo lt day. at In thl city of Rotterdam, th creator part of thj time he has beer? avjay. LADY CLERKS CALLED BY DEATH ARE REMEMBERED After a lingering illness. Eugene Trough, the 18 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Brough, passed a.. way Monday at the home or his parents in this city. The vnuiif man was a student in the local high school and also a member of the band. Life held out much rromise for him until the mal ady which tautened itself. upon him over a year ago nnaiiy sappea nis youthful vitality. Throughout his one illness lie was patient ana non.. coniplaining although he suffered great pain much of the time. This Daner. in behalf of their many friends and relatives in this citv. express their heartfelt sym pathy with Mr., and Mrs. Brough in their sad bereavement, in the loss or their only son. Fnnpral services were held at the Tabernacle afternoon, Wednesday RishoD Thomas Bailev being in charge. The opening prayer was off ered by Bishop P. B. cowan, ine sneakers were: Harry Beagley, T. H. Burton, of the Stake Presidency; President A. H. Belliston; and Bisn.. op Pailey. Music was furnished by the Cole Sisters, Mrs. Allie Belliston, L. P. Anderson and M'Slba Anderson, ac companied by Mrs. Diane G. Booth. Benediction was pronounced by Samuel G. Paxman of the Stake Presi dency. Interment took place In the Vine Filuff Cemeterv. the crave being de dicated by Bishop Bailey. Beautiful flowrers covered the casket. Miss Iona Nielsen, and .Miss Naomi Bailey, lady clerks at the J. C. Penney Company, were remembered this week with a bonus Christmas check from the main office in New York The amount of the bonus City. check sent to each young lady was $79.66 which was highly appreciated by each of the recipients. The following letter was attached to the checks sent to Manager Firmage: "Attached you will find Christmas Bonus Checks for Miss Iona Nielsen, and Miss Naomi Bailey. "We trust that these young ladies will be aa happy in receiving these checks as wa are In giving them and we. know that you will be glad to see them get this reward for their efforts put forth throughout the year. "Please accept and extend to all of your associates, the very best wishes of the J. C. Penn-eCompany for a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year." With Kindest Regards, J. C. Penney Company, Inc. -- Mr. And Mrs. Albert Sells DIES FROM Write Fron? New Zealand .T HEART TROUBLE The following letter was Tecently received from Mr, anJ Mrs. Albert Sells, who are now. on a. mission for the Li D. S. Church in far off New Zealand. They give an Interesting account of their experiences since arriving there which- - we take pleasure .In passing along to their many WILL WORK FOR friends in this city. Mr. Sells is In charge of the Latter Day Saints ColZea.land, and FEDERAL BUILDING lege at Hastings, New was written the following letter November 8th: "Now that we have been in New of the local Zealand a little over four months we At the luncheon Klwanis Club held Monday, Mayor feel that we can tell you a little Thomas .Bailey read a communicatthe country and it3 people and ion which he received relative to the the Maori Agricultural College. LaktTCWon" May contemplated feraruiTdlrfg-Ato- r this city. This letter informed Mayor 28th and arrived at the College June Bailey, that a bill would be present- 28th feeling fine considering the long ed soon calling for an appropriat journey, the various-kindof foods ion to erect' government buildings we had eaten and the different chanon sites that were no w being held ges of climate we had been subjected by the post office department, and to, which had been purchased in some "We had a very pleasant Journey instances, such as Nephi, for many and saw many things that were of years paBt. After some discussion the real interest to us while In the follmatter was referred to a commitee owing places: Portland, Oregon, Sea to take the matter up with each of ttle, Washington; and Vancouver the representatives in Congress from Victoria, British Columbia; Honolulu this state. Hawaiian Islands; Suva, Figi IsDuring the luncheon a very able lands; and Auckland, New Zealand. address was given by James W. "The evening we arrived at the Paxman, the subject being, "The college we were the guests of honor A reading was at a Christmas Spirit." banquet. Upon entering the door also given by Alberta Cowan. we were greeted by the students and The report of the "Public Affairs the natives that live near the college Committee" endorsed the resolution with th 'haka' (welcome dance) then passed by the Commercial Club re- we had to hongi (rub noses) with garding the elimination of some of them. the elk from Mount Nebo, and pledtwo hundred The church owns ged the co. .operation of the Kiwanis and sixty-si- x acre farm and the colclub in the matter. The report was lege is built on the south east corapproved by a unanimous vote. ner of this farm. On the campus are the following buildings: faculty home, a large dormatory, chapel, LITTLE JENNY FOWKES school buildings, printing office, laundry room, and milk house. Near by are the farm buildings consisting CALLED BY DEATH of an excellent barn, granary. Bar. thicken atje, Implement buildings, coop and pig pens. We have eighteen head of good Jenny Fowkes, the four year old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Holstein Dairy Cows, ten good horFowkes died at the home of her ses, fourteen Berkshire pigs and one parents Sunday. The little girl suf- hundred and forty white leghorn fered with an ahsess in her throat hens, so you see this is a real agrithe past week which broke during cultural college. the night, and before medical aid Besides the Maori boys we have could be secured the child died from twenty boys at the college from the strangulation. The sympathy of the Islands of Tonea, Samoa, and Tahpeople of this city is extended to iti. Some of these boys have been them In their sudden bereavement here for five years and have not and loss of their child. been home since they first entered Funeral services were held In the school. North Ward Chapel The boys have varied experiences Wednesday. charge. as wetl as lhlr regular school work Bishop Bailey being In such as: milking, tending the poulPrayer was offered by Blchard The speakers were J. II. try, feeding the I'lgs, stable boys, Grace, T. H. Burton of the Stake butchers, cooks, bakers, waiters, dttth Presidency ; P. P. Chrlstison, and washers, washing clothes, and tah . p.lshop Bailey. Ing care of the school lu(ldjiigt( and Music was furnished by Emm grounds. Vivian Cole, Mrs. Allie Belliston, It Is spring here now and school Peterson, L. P. Anderson, and Melba Is closed for the summer vacation, Anderson, accompanied by Mrs. about six of the boys have gone home Diane G. Booth. Benediction by J. to their folks for the summer, but I). Pexton. Burial took place In the most of the students are out scrub Vine Bluff Cemetery, the grave becutting or working at the shearing corrals, earning money to buy clothing dedicated by P. P. Chrlstlson. ing and to pay for their schooling Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Booth, snent next year. We have three Tongan to do the week end In Salt Lake City. boys, who are old enough heavy work staying at the eolb ge the In the Christmas prize drawing at entire summer. All ot the boys make the Carter s Meat .Market, held Wed the rollege their honin when they cannot work or when they change nesday evening. Beth Warner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Warner, jobs they come to the rollege. We have a nice little orchard here, held the lucky number for the first Melvfn Irons, a good garden, one hundred and sevprize, a large doll. son ot Mr. and Mrs. Harry Irons, enty seres of good at,lmost ready won the second prize, u roust of beef. to be nil.) a small patch of barley, Th lueky number at the Bailey some potatoes arid corn, about two Grocery, wan held by Reuben Stanley acres of young tfinbtr trees. 1n4 the rest of the farm is in pasture who carried off the big turkey. ut l!?-SH- JURY LIST FOR The News, Vol. 8, No. Tf s . Sud-wee- ks. grasses. Njfew Zealand ia a beautiful country F. Henry Stadtlander of Richfield, with its rolling hills covered with died suddenly Tuesday afterUtah, even the its and green grass, valleys noon the home of Ed. Shepard near n.. road, sides are attractive lawns stesct of obnoxious weeds and sage of Mona. .Mr. and Mrs. Stadtlander, left brush. The people take a delight in mak- Richfield early Tuesday morning by desination being Salt ing'' thetr ho'roes and surroundings auto, their On account ot the deep Lake City. attraetfy?, by painting all their build snow in the Nephi canyon they were Ingg and; fences, and planting beautl..' delayed about four hours, during ful shrubs and flowers. We have plenty of rain which which time they suffered much from cold. On arriving In this city keeps everything fresh and green. the Mr. eat a hearty dinner Stadtlander, we have a steady rain Quite often drank several cups of coffee. for two? or three days. We are very and arriving at ,Mona, he became ill fofiunatet. because' we never', have On and was. taken Into . the home of or l'ghtnlng. anyj!under The Rail Roads. Telegraph Lines ami Telephones are owned and op- stead ot this city was called, and The rendered medical aid from which he erated by the Government. After remaining rateB are lower than in the United seemed relieved. the home of Mr. Shepard for about States but the service is not as good. at When we call a party on the tele- an hour, he and hia wife went to the car with the purspose of resuming phone instead of saying 'hello' we their Journey to Salt Lake. On openThe through say 'Are you there?" door of the car, Mr. Stadt trains have no dining car3 but the ing the fell forward and expired al trains stop every few hours at the lander Rail Road Lunch Houses where the most immediately. The body was taJten on to Salt passengers go to get their tea and a Lake that evening: where interlight lunch. It is amusing to a ment City take place. He stranger to observe how they rush was 8 8will probably years of age and has resided to these houses to get their tea. When the train switches they call it in Richfield for one year. shunting. I have visited a number of schools since I arrive here and find them inferior to the schools in the United States. I was quite surprised when I visited the training school at Auckland, a city of one hundred and sixty thousand people, to find the students using slates, three students sitting In one seat, the rooms poor T. H. Burton, has made up and poorly equipped. Chrlldren en theJudge following calendar for the terms ter school when they are three years of court in the 6th Judicial District old. Instead of calling the head of for the year 1925. The following the school the principal, he li called is the list ot dates: the schoolmaster. Juab County January 5th, April I have a great responsibility in 27th. September 14th. 20th serving as principal of this Institu Millard County tion because I have to buy all the May 12th, October 13th. supplies for the school and the farm, Beaver County February 17th, market the farm crops, buy farm June 10th. November Srd. equipment and live stock, buy cloth. Iron County March Srd. June Ing and secure work for 4he boys, 23rd, November 10th. iook after their health and keen Iron County March 3rd. June peace and harmony among the elders 23rd. November 10th. ana the boys, then teach them and Washington County April 9th, supervise the school. 1st, December 8th. September I buy all our beef at the sales and me ooya kill them. We eat a beef : , Drr-Beck-,, TERMS OF COURT SET FOR 1925 every ten days when school Is In se.Mslpn. These Island boys are some ot the bwt boys I have ever had th pleas.. lc woraing tun. rney are good singers and ran play all tlnd of musical Instruments, they are studious and always do everything we ask them to du. We have a beautiful, new, modern home to live In. We like our work and are contented and happy. We are trying to do our best for the boys and the institution. Every day we ran see the fruits ot our labors and we know tha boys appreciate all that Is done for them. We are always glad tu receive the Times.. News to learn how things are at home. Your papr was the first mall wa received from, home after we arrived at the rollege. Yours respeetfally, Mf, and .Mrs. A' B. H"!! Mr. sod Mrs. A. P. Jack man of Halt lykr City, are spending the holidays hfre the guests of Mrs. W. 8. Fperry. H. Val Hfjt, and Hrnry Iloyt, were here from I'rovo Wednesday attending the funeral of littlo Jenny Fokes. LEVAN RESIDENT R.C 52 STEPHENSON PASSES AWAY Life Long Resident and Hon ored Citizen of The Community. Funeral Services Held Tuesday Afternoon. ; After a few days illness, Robert a. life long resident C. Stephenson, of Nephi passed away at his home in this city Saturday morning. Mr. Stephenson was born here 66 years ago, the eldest son of the late Thomas and Ann Stephenson. He was well respected in the community by all who knew him, being a hard For working industrious citizen. twenty one years he was employed by the Utah Central Railroad, and later by the Salt Lake Route, as sec tion foreman, being stationed the greater part of the time at Juab, where he also filled the position of Bishop o fthat place during the time that the railroad shops were located there. About fifteen years ' ago he quit railroading and ; purchased a farm here since which time he haa followed this occupation. Some twelve years ago his first wife died. - A few years ago he married again, there being one son born from this later marriage. He is survived by hia wife and young son Robert Eldon Stephenson, and the following children by his former marriage: Thomas aAd Warner Stephenson, and Mrs. Willis Bryan of this city; Henry Stephenson, and Mrs. Bert Olpin of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Marv Rills nnd' Mrs. Yetta, Bills of Blackfoot, Idaho .Also the following brothers and sisters: Chas. E. Stephenson, and Mrs. J. D. Smith of this city; David Stephenson, and Mrs. Alfred Standbrldge of Salt Lake City; and Mrs. James Madsen of Provo, Utah. Impressive funeral services were held at the North Ward Meeting Tuesday afternoon, Bishop C. H. Grace heingr'incharffe. The- opaning prayer was offered by I. "H. Grace. "Cast Thy Bread Upon The Wat er" was rendered by L. P. Anderson and Miss Melba Anderson. The sneakers were: James W. Paxman. A. J. Gowers, President A. H. .Bell.. iaton and Bishop Grace. Each speak er dwelt upon the good character and worthy lite of the deceased, and spoke words of comfort anl consolation to the bereaved family. Other musical numbers included a duet by the Cole Sisters, a vocal solo by Miss Vivian Peterson, "My Faith In Thee," and a vocal select- Ion by Mrs. Allie Belliston. "My Father Knows," Benediction waa pronounced by Wm. Bailey. Interment took place in the City Cemetery, the grave being dedicated The floral by Stephen Boswell. offerings were very beautiful and bore silent testimony to the respect in which the deceased was held. The following attended the funer.. al from out of town: Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Standbridge, Mrs Albert Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Olpln, Mr. David Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Hill. Mrs. Lynn Duffin. Mrs. Fred Roberts. Mrs. Jack Hill. Mr. Fred Hill, and Mr. Kenneth Hill all of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. James Madsen, Mrs. John 8. Linton, of Provo, Utah; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Bills, and Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Bills of Blackfoot, Idaho; and Mrs. Emma Johnson ot Sctplo, Utah. - "WltKUK THE TUAIL DIVIDES" WILL UK PUESEXTKI) AT THE VKXICK TOMORROW At the Venice Theatre to. .morrow night, December 27th, at 8.15 p. m. with a matinee at 2 p. m. "Where th Trail Divides" will be played by the Nephi Dramatic Club, with an J. P. J. Winters, an old resident of all star cast. The play la In four died very suddenly Saturday acts. Don't fail to se James thrilling In while the office post morning M. Powers, as "Clayton Craig" the mailing some packages. Death, was vlllian. due to an attack, ot heart trouble. Mr. Winters was one of the stalwart citizens ot th community In which Miss Genevleva Grover, who Is he live and a faithful member of teaching school thU winter at Eph.. the I 1). 9. Church. Ilia son Alma ralm, Utah, Is here to spend the mission holidays. Winters rccfhtly heft on for the church. Funeral services were held In the ward chapel Tues Karl Reld has been confined to his , day. borne tor several dys the past week with a slight attsck of pneumonia. He ia now recovering and Is able to Will U, Attorney Hoyt County down town again. get Lake Christmas Day in Salt spent City, the guests ot friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Chase entertained at a Chill Supper Saturday eveA sleigh ride was also Mr. and Mrs, James Eager, who ning. The following were present: r employed as tachers In the Sugar City. Idaho, High School, sre Mr. and Mrs. Frd Kendall. Mr. and here to spend the holidays. They Mrs. W. J. Allen. Mr. and Mrs Harry will be the guests of Mr. and Mrs, Black. Miss Alicia Read, Miss Iona Orson Caller, parent of Mrs. Eager Neilson, Mr. Finchley Bowles," Miss Nina Chase, Mr. Eltur Nielson. daring their stay la tbia city. DIES SUDDEN Ie-va-n .