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V"' A HOME PAPER FOR i INTERESTS OF JUAB . COUNTY A HOME PEOPLE t 1 The Times, Vol. 15, No 26. CELEBRATE 4TH Ncphi, Juab County, Utah, Friday July 3rd 1925 The News, Vol. Independence Day NEW BOOKS RECEIVED UTAH STATE PRESS AT LOCAL LIBRARY 9, No. 26 NEPHI TEAM WIN MEET AT LOGAN TO-MORR- THRILLING GAME OW The following new books have Grand Parade In The Morn-n- g Sports In Afternoon Unveiling of Memory Star Will Be Held In Evening. The 4th of July will be fittingly celebrated in thia city The National holiday will be ushered in with a salute by Battery "E" followed by raising of the flag by the Serenade of the town Boy Scouts. by the band. Grand parade at 10 a. m. to start from the tabernacle, in honor of National Defense Day. At 2 p. m. a fine program of sports will be carried out at the ball park, including a baseball game between the local team, and the Merit Hat Shop ball tossers from Salt Lake -- City. At 7.30 p. m. a program under the auspices of the Service Star Legion will be given on Main Street when the unveiling of the Memory Star will take place which has been erected at the intersection of Main and Center Streets. The orator of the occasion will be Walter Adams of Provo, Utah. The following program will be given: Band Selection "America" Community Singing Invocation, President A. H. Belliston Band Selection Address Walter Adams Vocal Solo "Flag Without A Stain" Mildred Ellison Presentation Address Mrs. Wm. Bailey. City Councilman Response Vocal Selection Cole Sisters Band Selection re- cently been received at the Nephl Public Library. "The Desert of Wheat," "Desert Gold," Zane Grey; "Ramsey Millhol-land.- " "The Booth Tarkington; Hound of the Baskervilles," A Conan Doyle; "Tish", Mary Rhineheart; "Josslyns Wife," Kathleen Norris: "Saint Martins Summer," Dafael Sabatini; "The Worn Train", Harry Wilson; "The Lookout Man," B. M. Blower; "Lucky in Love," Bertha Ruck; "If Dreams Come True" Alice Colver; "Good Indians," H. M. How-e"Chips of the Flying U," Bower; "Keeping Up With Lizzie," Bachel-le"House of Whispering Pines," Green; "The Rector of Wyck," May Sinclair; "The River-'-s End," "Ruggles of Red Gap," Harry Wilson; "The Valley of Giants" Peter H. Kyner "The Little French Girl" Anns D. Sedgwick; "Fanny Herself," Edna Ferber; "The Lone Star Ranger" Zane Grey; "Molly Make Believe," Abbot; 44 complete lectures by Robert G. Ingersoll, en"Little Nature Library"; titled N. "Flowers Worth Knowing," Blanchan; "Trees Worth Knowing" J. E. Rodgers; "Walt Whitman as Man, Poet, and Friend," Chas. A. Elliott; "The Outlines of History," H. G. Wells; "American Nights Entertainment," Grant Overton; "Animals in Action", Bessie Graham; W. John "Lincoln's Last Day," Story; and "A Heap .O' Living," by Edgar A. Guest. TL I uJ M GS I"'. ' -- . s3 fir&N. The members of the Utah Press association will have DEFENSE DAy fM m CELEB R ATI OM cfl fWTRlOTK an eife jsk DfeMOHSTRATOH picnic r; r; Cur-woo- d; NEVILLE TALKS FEDERAL REPORT NEPHI LOSE IS SATISFACTORY TOFORKERS - the local team and the champions of the Central Utah League which took place Wednesday afternoon resulted in a win for American Fork, the score being inspector for national guard units Utah and Idaho. Major Waterman T9 to 16 in their favor. The fans inspected Battery "E" last March certainly had .a run for their money was a perfect slugging and his report having gone through as-i- t bee the Adjutant General's office- and throughout the game as the score's through 9th Corps Area headquar- indicate. Pitchers were hit right and ters was returned to the battery left, and it looked more like a relay headquarters in this city the latter race at some stages of the contest. part of the week. A general inspec- The box score gives the result; tion report of "very satisfactory,"-iAB. R. H. O. A. about as good as any unit of national Am. Fork ' 1 3 6 5 0 Barnes If guard could expect. 6 2 0 3 1 In his detailed report, by which Homer 3 b 1 3 5 3 10 the condition of the battery Is based Thrasher lb 4 6 4 0 0 on, organization, equipment and Darrant cf 1 3 6 5 8 training was given, and rated On . a E. Chipman c 1 3 5 4 0 percentage basis. Major Waterman Holmstead as 6 2 4 3 6 gave the following rating: Organiz Austin 2b 0 6 1 nrenspn rf ation 100 per, cent; equipment - 9S 0 0 .2, 9 per centj training based-tippjjt ' 2 0 0 0 0 paration for Active 'service 95 per Wilson P cent. "Very Satisfactory," was the annual federal inspection report given the local battery of field artillery by Major John J. Waterman, federal f The game between - TO KIWANIANS s SANDERS TELLS HOW The principal speaker at the Ki- wanis luncheon Monday noon was TO CAN VEGETABLES Joe Neville of'the Union Pacific Sys tem. Mr. Neville stated that he was present as an employee of the Union Pacific and speaking In the intersts P, J. Sanders of this city, leader of the men. He quoted figures to of the boys' and girls' clubs In Utah show how the operation of passenas conducted by the United States ger and freight truck Hues had de- Department of Agriculture has is- prciated .the value-o- f Hhev railroads sued a letter of instructions to the and had caused men members of the Utah clubs giving to lose their jobs many railroad lack of through Instructions the for special canning business. He attributed much of of vegetables. The letters follows: this loss to the hauling of freight the paved highways which .had greatly decreased the earnings of Canning Strlnglcss Ilcans He also gave Beans and all other vegetables railway companies. should be canned the day they are figures to show that the Union Pacipicked. If possible; never later than fic was losing in the neighborhood of the next day. They should be young 30c per mile at the presen time In and excellent for table use. Wash operating the local train between beans; remove tips and break into Salt Lake and Fillmore, via Nephi. one-inc- h lengths. Place the beans in He asked the Klwanis club to lend a clean sack or muslin cloth and then their support In preventing the op take the sack of beans and Immerse eration of truck lines to the detri in boiling salty water. A cup of salt ment of the railroad company who to three gallons of water makes the last year paid over seventy thousand prpper brine. Allow the beans to boil dollars In taxes in Juab County, Jr E. Reld presided at the lunch from five to ten minutes In this water. Now take them out and dip into eon, and LeGrande Jenkins rendered cold water. This will cool them off two trombone solos, accompanied by so you can handle them. Now fill Miss Viola Starts. your quart Jar with beans well up to the neck and add a level teaspoon George D. Haymond, G. R. Judd, ful of salt. Now fill the Jar to the Bud Haymond, Kenneth and Robert neck with hot water. Place a new Judd of R. J. Huntington, were over rubber on the Jar and a good lid and to Strawberry reservoir for the a clamp. Do not have the lid tight. opening of the fishing season at A wooden rack or a No 16 half-Inc- h wire netting should be In the bot- that place Wednesday, tom of the holler on which to set your Jars. After all your beans are In the boiler, cover them with water LEVAN NEWS ITEMS one Inch over the tops of the Jars. When the water begins to boil, you OF THE WEEK should let It boll four hours before you take the Jars out. A cloth should cover the top o' your bojler. as well as a lid. When the cooking The Ladies Sewing Circle enteris done, be very careful in screwing tained Saturday evening at a farethe lid on so as not to force the well party In honor of Mr. and Mrs. rubber out to one side. If this is Clifford E. Hlghby, state road engdone the beans will not keep. Use ineer, who has been residing In n y them or or the past two years In charge of recan them. Keep the Jars In a the state road work from Levan to warm room, for ten days. Without Relpfo. The party was a pronounced handling the Jars, examine each Jar success being held on the Jenn;ng3 Pee If It looks clear; lawn amid the beautiful flowers. An carefully. cUar, but that It Is fres elaborate lunch was served at mid Hlonly from air spaces or bubbles down be night, and a good time was enioyed low the water line. The Jar may be by all. The honored guests left for ever so clear and yet have a few air Kanosh Sunday morning where Mr. spaces below, which means It will Iligby will be employed on road not keep many days. You can save work at that place. the Jar of beans by returning It at once to the holler and boiling It an The Harmony Quintette Orchestra hour. This Is a simple matter, but gave a danre Saturday evening after bubbles should not form from day to the sho'w. The dance was a fairly day as It will become so bad you can good success considering the hot not use It. summer evening, Com Is canned the same as beans, only you boll the corn on the cob Mrs. Clifford Hlghby was hostess from ten to fifteen minutes and then at a dinner party Friday evening You then cut complimentary to the following dip Into cold water. the corn from the cob, being careful guests: Mr. and Mrs. A. K Jackman. not io cut tne rob. Then comes Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Dalby, Mr. and the long boiling In the boiler. If you Mrs. Wm. Jarkmnn, Mr. and Mrs. prefer to cook It In the Jar two hours Jackman. Mr., and Mrs. Reuben one day and one hour the next day Mangelson. Mr. and Airs, Roy Jack- you may do so Instead of the four man, and Mr. and Mrs. Mervtn Bosh hours one day. At the close of the After dinner the evening was pleas (Continued on pag9 8) antly spent In playing Ramus. Le-va- to-da- Ie . State their annual summer outing July 18th, Provo Timps Taken Into 19th, and 20th. Logan will be host Camp Locals Show Class to the members of the press on the In Both Fielding and Pitchabove days, and the citizens there are making elaborate preparations to Moundsmen's Duel. ing entertain the newspaper men of the state. A trip to Bear Lake, one night in Logan Canyon; a visit to greatest game of baseball seen the canning factory at Smithfield, on The the local diamond in many years and the milk factory at Richmond was last Friday afternoon are among the places to be visited. when staged the hard hitting Timps from A four page write-u- p of Cache Valley Provo met the local team in a Cenand its resources will also be put tral Utah legue contest. The score over by the Utah Press and publishwas 4 to 3 in favor of Nephi after in ed each of the papers of Utah a nerve racking and gruelling exhib-itia- n commemorative of their visit. of the national game, featured by airtight pitching on the part f)f Belliston, and Dyer, and spectacular MARRIED TODAY IN and almost miraculous fielding on the part of the players in which the MANTI TEMPLE Nephites figured to the most advantage. The home team drew first blood by slipping over three runs in the The marriage of Miss Velma Bar- first innings. Provo came back In nes, to Mr. Cleon Sanders, was sol- the second and tied the score. After emnized in the Manti Temple today. these innings only one more run was The bride is the daughter of ,Mr. and scored which turned out to be the Mrs. J. W. Barnes, and the young winning one. The balance of the man is the son of Mr. and Mrs. P. J. game was a tug of war, each team Sanders." Both young people are using every means known to base graduates of the Nephl High School ball to increase its score, but the and have been attending the B. Y. U. pitching of Belliston and Dyer, provthe past winter. They will make ed too big an obstacle to overcome. their home in Provo where Mr. San Spectacular catches by Boswell, ders is employed at the Young Col Bryan Petty, Arvil Sperry. and Paul lege. This paper joins with their Grace held Provo scoreless after the many friends in wishing them the second innings. Mont Sperry also greatest of joy and happiness. stopped a hot liner, while I. M. Petty executed a double play which brought the fans to their feet in a tumult of excitement. Only seven hits were allowed by each pitcher. Provo have 4 errors charged to them while Nephi only had 1. The following Is the box score: t BIG DECREASE IN VALUATION According to the report of the Board of Equalization filed this week with County Clerk Gadd, there is a big decrease in valuations in Juab County in respect to public utilities and mines, which have decreased In value from a total of $9,085,925.00 in 1 9 2 4 to ? 1 . 9 2 6 ,81 5 .0 0 "in" 1 9 2 5 . The' greater part of this decrease is in mining valuation, while railroad and 52 19 25 27 14 telephojys show some decrease also. The big decrease in mining valuations AB. R. H. O. A. which amount to the sum of 3,193,-471.0- 0 5 1 3 will effect the west side of 4 1 0 3 0 Juab county to the greatest degree on 6 0 0 6 0 account of the largest proportion of 1 3 6 2 9 this mining valuation being located 1 3 5 2 3 on the west side. 5 0 11 A congratulatory endorsement Totals from the commanding general of the 9th corps area accompanied the report, as did also a letter from the Governor of the State of Utah, commending the officers and men of the organization for the splendid show of ing, and urging a continuance such a record In the future. -- ANNUAL WHEAT DAY JULY 14TH The annual celebration of "Wheat Day," will be held here Tuesday, July 14th. Committees have been appointed to arrange for a program suitable for the occasion particulars of which will be announced later. Nephi B 13 Petty If Cdwan 3b Grace lb Worthington c M. Sperry 2b Ai Sperry rf I. M; Petty ss Boswell p Bellison p 5 6 4 Totals 110 112 6 4 2 5 3 2 1 1 2 46 16 22 27 FARMERS! READ "RAGS Durrant 2. Worthington M. 2, Bases on balls: Sperry, Boswell. off Belliston 1, off Boswell 2, off Mercer 3, off Wilson 1. Left on bases Am. Fork 9. Nephi 10. Two base hits: I. M. Petty, Thrasher 2, Chip-ma- n. What is the truth about the farm? Is the talk about "the farm problem" all hot air or is there actually something fundamentally wrong? Are farmers getting a square Heal? What of the future? What can far- Home Runs: I. M. Petty. mers do? Get tho answers to these vital Struck out: by Mercer 6, By BellisRuss Hawkins spent Sunday. In ton 2, by Boswell 5. by Wilson 2. questions in today's issue of The Times-New- s in the amazing special Parowan and Beaver City. Umpire Mitchell. article, "Rags Ol' Iron." by Frank O. former Governor of Illinois. Mr. Lowden, who declined the Republication to tho vice presidency, is a successful farmer and the owner of Sinnissipi farm in Illinois. Mr. Lowden, believes there is a problem, gives his reasons for the belief, and, furthermore, offers what In order that the people of Nephi national usage forbids the display of he believes to be the only practical Perhaps you'll agree with of solution. might have something definite and the flag of one nation above him; perhaps you will not, bnt If authentic to go by, concerning the another in time of peace.) 6 use and respect clue the flag of the When the Flag Is displayed, the subject means anything to you, United States, the following code of from a staff projecting horizontaly read what he has to say In "Rags This or at n angle from the window sill, Ol' Iron." Flag etiquette is published. It's on another page of today's rode was drafted at a conference, balcony or front of building the called for the purpose by the Amer- union of the Flag should go clear issue of Jlils paper. Turn to It now. ican Legion, and at which sixty to the half mast. 7 When the Flag of the United eight active civic and ecclesiastical organizations of the United States States Is displayed in a manner other Mrs. Hobbs Hostess To were represented. Social Companion Club The following than being flown from a staff it rules may be considered authentic: should be displayed flat, whether In1 The National Flag represents a doors or out. When displayed either living nation and is In its self consid- horizontally or vertically against a Mrs. Lloyd Hobbs entertained the wall, the union should be upper- Social ered a living thing. Companions club at her home 2 The Flag should be displayed most and to the Flags own right; The time was Thursday Is and that the observers left. When dis- pleasantly evening. only from sunrise to sunset, In sewing. Refreshspent should be hoisted briskly and lower- played from, a window It should be ments were served to the following: ed slowly and ceremoniously. displayed the same way, that Is, with Mrs. Mattie Vlckers, Mrs. A. E. 3 the union or In a blue field to the left of Smith. Mrs. Joel Taylor, Mrs. label When carried procession with another flag or flags the United the observer In the street. When Greenland, Mrs. Harry Irons, Mrs! States Flag should be on the right, festoons. rosettes, or draperlngs of Delia Belliston, Mrs. J. A. Kendall. that is, the flag's own right, or when blue, white and red are desired, hun- Miss Mabel Howarth, Miss Norma should be used, but never the Smith, Mrs. M. E. there Is a line of flags the United ting Jennings and Mrs. ,, States Flag may be In front of the Flng. Emma Jackman of 8 When displayed over the mid- hostess Mrs. Hobbs. Levan, and the renter of that line. 4 No flag or pennant, should bo dle of a street as between buildings Miss Iris Brough returned placed to the right or above the King the Flag of the United Slates should home be suspended vertically, with, the Sunday after an extended of the United States. tour of the 5 When flags of two or more union to the north In sn eastern states. Miss Brough reports street, or to the east In a nations are displayed they should be having had a wonderful time during street. flown from separate staffs of the the trip, visiting all the principal cit 9 Wren used on a speskers same height and the flaps should be ies of the east Including New York on Page Five) of approximately equal size. (Inter Philadelphia, Boston and Chicago. FLAG CODE tbt st north-and-sou- Petty Cowan If 3b Grace lb Worthington c A. Sperry cf I. M. Petty Bs M. Sperry2b lieuiaonBoswell - p.,, rf ' . Farmer 3b th f 1 4 0 0 1 0 1 10 10 2, . Totals Provo 4 4 4 4 4 3 1 0 2 2 -- 0-0 2.00 0 8 7 3 4 2 0 2 0 2 0 .1- - 1 3 0 4 0 1 33 4 7 27 5 AB. R. H. O. A. Shatz ss Ralle 2b Davidson c Dyer p Barry cf 4 4 4 4 2 4 Conant lb 4 Hinckley rf 3 2 Dixon If Summary: Errors Hits: off Mercer 18; Summary off Wilson 4, off Belliston 6, Boswell 19; Three base hits: Barnes, Homer 2, B. OL IRON" THIS ISSUE Totals 8 AB. R. H. O. A. Nephl 31 0 0 0 0 111 1 2 1 2 0 0 10 3 0 110 10 7 0 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 1110 10 3 Raile 7 2, David 7 24 Two base hit son, Dixon, Boswell. Dixon. Struck out by Belliston, 6, by Dyer 10. Bases on balls off Belliston 2. Left on bases Provo 4. Nephi 8. Double play I. M. Pet ty to Grace. Passed balls Wor'h-ingto- n, Davidson. Hit by pitcher Dyer by Belliston. Stolen base I. M. Petty. Belliston Sacrfice hits Simmons. 2, M. Sperry. Umpire Mrs. Ostler Entertains The Social Friends Club Mrs. George H. Ostler entertained the members of the Social Friends club Thursday afternoon. The time was spent in sewing and. social chat. At 4 p. m. a dainty luncheon was served. The table was decorated with roses. Those present were: lrs. Alva Howell, Mrs. E. R. Shaw. Mrs. Lavern Bowles, Mrs. Ray Blackett, Mrs. Angus Haynes, Mrs. Delos Hay-ne- s, Special guets: Mrs. W. M. C. Ostler, Mrs. Andrew Blackett. Mrs. Bryan Petty, Mrs. Ernest Garrett of Mrs. George V. Jones of Salt Lake City, and the hostess Mrs. Ostler.. Ihl, South Ward Gleaner Girls Were Entertained Tuesday Miss Cora Latimer and Miss Ruth Howarth entertained the South Ward Gleaner Girls at the home of the former Tuesday evening. The time was spent In music . and sewing. Dainty refreshments were served to the following: Mrs. T. W. Allrod, Miss Neva Booth, Miss Lillian Blackett, Minnie Belliston, Viola Starts, Mabel Howarth, Virginia Golden, Ic-o- n Belliston, Mildred Ellison. Arvilla Belliston. 11a Brown. Ilortense Carter, Charlotte Howard, Ellen Annie Stephenson. LaPreal Green-halg- Ooble, May C.reenhalgh, and the tesses Miss Latimer and Miss hos- h.