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I I j A HOME I PAPER FOR HOME PEOPLE COUNTY The Times, Vol. 15, No. 40. Nephi, Juab 100 County,-Uta- h Friday, October 16th, 1925 New World's Champion Cowboy LEVAN'S BUDGET ASK BOARD TO ELIMINATE DEVOTED TO THE INTERESTS OF JUAB ? i 1 The News, Vol. 9. No. 40 WELSH CHORUS HERE THURSDAY OF NEWS ITEMS ELK THIS YEAR Big Meeting of Sportsmen and Citizens Held Saturday Evening at the Commercial Club Resolution Passed. In response to the call for a public meeting to discuss the elk question a large number of the sportsmen and citizens of this city attended the meeting held Saturday evening in A. F. club rooms. Bracken president of the Nephi Fish and Game club presided. State Fish and Game Commissioner D. H. Madsen was present and gave a very logical and comprehensive address on the fish and game conditions in this section of the state. In dicussing the fish question, he stated that it would be a waste of time and money to stock streams as heavily as some might wish for the reason that there was not enough fish food in some streams and in consequence the smaller fish would be eaten by the larger trout. He then took up the elk question and stated that he was at the meeting only as a representative of the elk control board and could not decide on anything definite but would be pleased to place before the board of control the wishes of the stockmen and other interested citizens any plan that was for the benefit of this section. He said he was not in favor of the cattle or sheepmen suffering any economic loss through the overcrowding of the range by the elk. The meeting was' t hen thrown open for discussion and several motions were put before, the meeting .which were finally amended to the point where the state board of elk control were petitioned by resolution to permit the killing of 100 bull elk this fall, which would be done under the supervision of the P? 'game'tomiuib'Sloirer. , The laif requires that permits'to hunt, elk be issued by the state and applications must be made to the state fish and game department by October 20th. The hunt will take applicplae November 20th. Each will be ation will be numbered and drawn by lot. A fee of $10.00 must accompany each application which will.be returned to all whose num bers are not drawn. Applications from persons under 18 years of age will not be accepted. Mrs. Grace Christensen entertainthe ladies of the Sorosis club at A her home Thursday afternoon. dainty luncheon was served. PASSES AWAY 1 ed tatl MARIA VICKERS A musical treat is in store for the people of this city next Thursday evening, October 22nd, when the Royal. Welsh Gleem'eu of .Porth. South Vales, will appear at the Tabernacle in cojicert, who are re ferred "to in eastern papers as "the finest body of singers ever, to cro;,s the Atlantic." This famous organization is com ing to this city under the auspices of the Stake Presidency, and the Stake Choir. This Welsh organization, appear ing at it has in many of the larger cities of the world, has, in the opin ion of the critics, fully sustained the reputation of Wales for contributing as fine choral organizations as may be found anywhere. ' The genius of the Welsh in choral work is beyond all question an inheritance of centuries as music ' and poetry have from time immemorial- been the chief diversions of this people. The chorus. Is under the musical direction of Dr.- Joseph Bowen of Porth, South Wales, a widely known In the opinion and .able musician. of leading critics, Dr Bowen's ensemble ranks unusually high in blend, precision and varied graduations of tone.Tickets for this concert are now on sale the price being1 35c for students and 50c for adults.' Wednesday evening while driving south of Levan, Byron Taylor, Joseph Christensen, Reba Poulsen, and Eeulah Eosh, narrowly escaped injury when the car they were driving struck a horse as the animal unexepeetedly ran on to the grade. Considerable damage was done to the car. Regular class work of the commenced Sunday N M. I. A. evening. interesting preliminary program rendered. KIWANIS CLUB An was Wenesday afternoon in the Relief Society hall an aluminum agent gave an interesting demonstration and lecture on the use of'aluminum which WMS tvVl attended, evidenced by the fact that the Relief Society vas a seventeen quart preserving kettle as a premium for over twenty APPEALS FOR IMPROVEMENT Calls On Citizens To Aid In Beautification of Our City General Plan of Betterment Is Being Outlined. - - five being present. A kitchen party was held at the home of Mrs. Alex Peterson Wednesday evening for the same purpose. Mrs. Eric Peterson, who has been ill for the past week was removed to a Salt Lake City hospital Sunday. the Misses Alvina Anderson and were joint, a shower given at the Term examinations are being giv this week the Levan school. itepon caras win be sent out the first of the week. $500.00 new world's champion owboy,-;- . PARENT-TEACHE- RS ELECT OFFICERS BOND founders! The Kiwanis Club of Nephi makes this appeal for a universal movement forward! The members of the club ave essayed the acqomplishment of ' three projects: 1. To secure from every citizen of Nephi a subscription of labor or- money for the grading, planting and improvement of the Nephi park and u '. ; playground. 2. To secure from every citizen of Nephi a promise to remove dead trees from his premises and to plant ' ' ' ' ' live ones. 3.' To. secure from every , junior nlt'trnn nt Vflnhi n nromisfi tO'keeD lawns and yards cleari and tidy and sidewalks and streets clear of brush ? and,, weeds. V; Klwan- ricomih weeki the Durlne ... J , ..11. llaws - wm e.oMcii? every . uou Imuran and property owner of Nephi to sign The Parent-Teachassociation of Nephi met Wednesday, .October 14th at-- 4 p. m."1n the Nephi high school and reorganized . The' following of fleers were elected: Mrs JL. A- Baiffey, President T. , W. Vickers ' v - v f dent; Mrs. H. J.(- Orme, secretary the following: V 4 Th4 Boara of County Clvpmission-,.Ju- r and treasurer. .Calviu S,, Smith, .Mrs. County--to'untftoefc. la Jam.gchflfteld, .aia$ .Jilrj, rVJ. 'Sand wer eiecten to ttie XBCtnv in his'fr?. Tegulai s3Bio4 Sattrr-du, Present; W. G. Orme, John Bunnell, committee. Mrs. L. A. Bailey was appointed a and Dr. Steele Bailey. The petition of the Nephi delegate to the State Convention .of I pledge cooperation with the Association. ative Marketing Association as pre- the Parent-Teacher- s Kiwanis Club of Nephi in its cam The next meeting of the associat that sented by a committee from for more and better trees and organization .asking that the county ion wilt be held November lztn, at paign a community park aad play for of the school of the p. m.in building. pay high inspection charges Parents are more interested in ground. crops shipped from the county, such to be made by the state our schools at the present time than I will contribute for the Nephi Park of Utah inspector, was on motion of they were in years past, and through and Playground: days labor with team. the association much good can be ac commissioner Bunnell, granted. :. Parents-Teachersingle hand labor. s days The The county poor list for the past complished. $ for trees and equipment are organized to bring about month was approved. dead trees around Reports of county officials for the ation between the teachers and par I have month of September was approved. ents in the work of the school room. my premises - I will remove these weeks. Reports of county officers for the Parents are urged to become mem within month of September were approved bers of the association and lend their I need trees on my Bldewalks. and ordered fUed. assistance in helping to solve the I agree to plant trees of the Claims against the county after problems that arise in our schools. variety to be authorized by city ordbeing audited were allowed and or Topics of interest will be discussed inance as soon as my circumstances dered paid. from time to time at the meetings to will permit. be held during the coming winter. I AM FOR NEPHI!- - CjWNTYBOARD IS FORFEITED mOLDS MEETING Ward conference will be held in the Levan meeting house next Sunday afternoon at 2 p. m. er v - Vice-prjs- ;- f The general science class went on trip up chicken creek canyon Friday, under the supervision of Mr. Budge. They visited the plaster mill Mrs. Maria Vickers, an aged resi- and learned how the rock is made dent of this city passed away at her into useful material. They also stud-fe- d Horn in Iowa in the home Saturday. the rock formation and native year 1850 she came with her parents trees In the canyon. the late Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Harley to Nephi while a young girl and has Mrs. Minnie Jackman entertained lived here since that time. the members of the M. L. S. club at She is survived by one sister, Mrs her home Wednesday evening. Maggie Hinckley of this city. Funeral services were held Tues Mrs. Reed Grant entertained a day afternoon from the South ward number of friends and relatives P. I!. Cowan meeting house, Bishop Tuesday evening in honor of her being in charge. at the home of Mrs. John i Music was furnished by the ward birthday, u. uranr. a delicious luncheon was Relief Society choir, Mrs. Warner served to the Tullie B. Stephenson. Mrs, Iester Delliston. Peterson. Rye following: Lizzie Peterson. Tay, and Mrs. Ralph Helliston. lor, Leurine Jackman. Priscilla Shep The speakers were W. A. C. Bryan, herd, Mrs. John A. Grant, and the David Ca.ier, and J. M. Christensen, hostess Mrs. Reed Grant. of on the life eah speaker dwelling the deceased, and her good character in the community. The opening and closing prayers ENTERTAINED AT A were offered by A. II. Helliston, and T. II..I:urton of the stake presidency. SHOWER TUESDAY Interment took place In the City Cemetery, the grave being dedicated by Bishop P. H. Cowan. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Hlackett en at a shower Tuesday eventertained Mr. Clarence Warner wan hostess ing complimentary to Mr. and Irs. fo the members of the Entre-Noil- s club at her home Wednesday after- Thomas Herman Hlackett, whose noon. The time was spent In marriage took place at Fountain 1st. The time was sewing after which a d.ilnty luncheon Green, October a delicious was ferved fo the following guest: pleasantly spent and Mrs. F. H. Peckstead. Mrs. T. O. luncheon was served to the following and friends: Mr. and Mrs Durham, Mro. J. It. Ostler, Mr. relatives W. M. C. Ostler, Mr. and Mrs. S. R. Spencer E. Forrest, Mrs. Arthur V. Mr. and Mrs. James Christen Pyper, Mrx. Paul K. Booth. Miss Winn. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Bowles, Mr. sen. Booth. Athelia Guests: Special and Mrs. Cazier. Miss llattle and Mrs. J. W. Schofleld. Mr. Mr. Diamond. Miss Margaret Neville Mis Mrs. Joseph Worthlngton, Mr. and and Ietmorn Cornwall, and the hostess Mrs. Orson Worthlngton, and Mrs Mrs. Ray Hlnckett, Mr. Mrs. Clarence Warner. Kenneth Hlackett. Mr. and Mrs. Geo II. Ostler. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Worth H. Mr. and Mr. It. J. Huntington re Insttnn. Mrs. W. Rperry. and turned to their home In Tooele Sat- daughter. Nehla. Mrs. Kate Worth urday. aftr an extended visit in lngton. Mrs. John A. Garrett. Mr. C Nenhl, during which lime Mr. Hunt- II. Garrett. Mr. Laurence Hlackett ington took charge of the Judd Gar- Miss Edith Garrett. Miss Hannah Schofleld and Mr. Glen Schofleld. age business here. A cneeTT for $500.00 was received this ..week' by County Attorney Will Hw3To and L.':'Hoyf 'trim &e(t? James Andrews 'M payment of a forfeited bond given by them to secure the appearance of one A. B. Buffham, charged with grand larceny. Buff- ham was arrested something over a year ago, charged with stealing cattle, and after a preliminary hearing before Justice E. W. Peterson of Levan precinct, was bound over to the District Court, and admitted to bail in the sum of $500.00. At the next term of the District Court the defendant failed to appear, and Judge Thos. H. Burton declared the bond forfeited. Since then, the bondsmen Howard and Andrews have been making a search for the missing man but without success. ELECT DELEGATES - ' - The Freshmen of the Levan high school entertained the Sophomores at a dancing party Friday night. Good music, games and refreshments were enjoyed by all. a field the : en he assembly .prperant givent tn Lev.au , liigh" school . Friday w given Uy the Sophomore class. The numbers' were as follows: Music by the school chorus; reading. Myrtle Beard; vocal solo, Henrietta Christensen. accompanied by Edith Peterson; reading, Hazel Morgan; vocal duet. Jessie Morgan, and Wanda Malmgren; school sparks, Ernest Sorensen; piano solo, Edith Peterson; Theme. " Apeek into the future of the present Levan high ances Benedict. school", by ' with the cup that he won at the recent Pendleton (Ore.) roundup. He Avon the cup from Paddy Ryan. The trophy was awarded by the Roosevelt h&teV New York, in memory . of the love that Theodore Roosevelt .had for cowboy sports. , Bob Crosby, hostesses at home of D. J. Griffith Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Frank Bartlelt formerly JVliss Mabel Griffith. I ' . Henrietta Christensen , Citizens of Nephi, the time has come to improve our city and look forward ! We have been neglecting this for years! The founders of Nephi, despite hardships, perils and privations. found time to plan a beautiful city nd plant trees and Shall we let shrubs and flowers! their Ideals and fine example go for naught? Shall we let the trees they planted die on the streets and remain there? Shall we let houses, barns,' and fences, they bullded fall to decay without eing replaced or repaired? The lime' haB come to Improve, and look forward as did the Orme, and Ed. Chase. North Ward Junior Girls Entertain Their Mothers - The (Jpod Citizen's . y 'Pledge Co-op- er er TO CONVENTION REQUEST CHANGE OF A well attended primary of the Republicans of this city was held at the Courthouse Friday evening. The purpose of the meeting was to choose delegates to attend the city Repub lican convention to be held tonight at 8 p. m. Robert Winn was elected chairman of the primary, and Harry Beagley, secretary. The following is a list of the dele gates chosen, together with five alternates: Robert Winn, H. D. Golds- hrough. J. W. Paxman. P. B. Cowan, Dennis Wood, George W. Garrett, Harry Beagley, George A. Sperry, T. K. Carter, J. M. Chrlstenesn, E. R. Forrest, Jesse Pay, Clarence Warner, W. J. Ockey, George V. Lunt. Alternates: W. F. Hrough, Alfred Orme. Alfred Mrs. Rhea Beagley, Mrs. VENUE IN LIQUOR CASE Justice John S. Cooper received this week an affidavit for a change of venue in the case of State of Utah vs. Clara B. Haynes, charged with possession of intoxicating liquor. Mrs. Haynes' residence at Eureka was recently searched by Sheriff Dan Martin. Deputy Sheriff P. P. Christ son, and County Attorney Will L Hoyt, and a large quantity of home brew beer seized, under a search warrant Issued from Justice Cooper's court. A complaint was then filed by the county attorney before Justice Cooper, but Mrs. Haynes alleges In her affidavit that she has reason to believe she cannot have a fair and impartial trial at Nephi, and asks that the case be transferred to Eur eka precinct. The papers on change of venue will be sent to Eureka this week. WILL BUILD CONCRETE SCREEN AT BURRASTON Under the direction of the Nephi Fish and Game club work commen ced this week on the construction o a 25 foot concrete screen at the out let at Burraston pond, located about six miles north of this city. The club expects to raise the dam about three feet which will retain considerable more water In the pond than Is the case at present. The state game deparnient have promised to plant about fifty thousand young trout from three to eight Inches in length between now and next April if this improvement is made to the pond. Sid-wel- That all boys and girls shall also have a part In the Improvement of Nephi, Kiwanis with the support of the schools, will also ask every Jun ior citizen to sign the following: The Junior Good Citizen's Pledge: FOR NEPHI! will help the Kiwanis Club of Nephi build a better and cleaner city. I will do my part to keep the side walks, and streets around my home free from weeds, brush, and rubbish. will keep the yards and lawns around my home clean and tidy. I will, do what I can to keep the fences and ditches from spoiling the appearance of my home. I AM FOR NEPHI! I AM I NORTH WARD SUNDAY SCHOOL CONFERENCE AWARDED SILVER CUP The Junior girls of the North ward met Tuesday evening at the ward Relief hall. The girls entertained their mothers, a good program being rendered in their honor which consisted of the following numbers: song l; by congregation; prayer, Ertna song. Junior girls; reading, Nelda Heck; song, Bessie Painter and Lucille Foote; live sparks, Ruth Hale. A play was staged by Ina Chase. Gladys Brough, Ruth Hale, Reva Shaw, Amelia Hale and Florls Orme. The play was a great success. Mrs. Hirdle Jones and Mrs. J. N. C. t'exton gave a few remarks on the work the girls were doing and the success that were attending their efforts. After the program games were played, and dainty refreshments served to nearly sixty guests. U ? Junior Good Citizen. THU TIME HAH COMK TO .WD TO IXK)K FORWARD! THE KIWANIS CLUB OF NEPHI The Sunday school conference of will be held nex FOR DISPLAY AT FAIR Sunday, October 18th. at 10. 30 a .m Announce Marriage and 2 p. m. A special program has of Daughter been arranged for the occasion con numbers sistlng of the following County Agent Smith brought back Organ and Piano duets, Elma Jnne Mr. and Mrs. James B. Riches anwith him from the recent state fair and Rhota Sperry; vocal duet, Clar nounce the marriage of their daugha handsome silver cup as a result of ence Gowers and Paul Grace; and ter Mayme to Mr. Charles F. Greene, winning 2nd prize In the 3rd division selection by the girls chorus. of Salt Lake City. A quiet wedding In addition, this of county exhibits. took place at the homp of the brlde'g county was awarded a number of lib Mrs. E. R. Booth and datighte parents at 12 o'clock noon, Monday, bons for group exhibits of agricultur al products from this county. Consid Athelia, spent Sunday and MondaI October 12th. The bride is one of the visiting with relatives and friends popular young ladies of this city and ering the late date in which it was Salt Lake City. has a large circle of friends who will decided to make an exhibit at the wish her the greatest of joy and hapstate fair the showing made by this .Mrs. Clarissa piness. Mr. Greene Is district manWilliams, pres county was excellent. f the General Hoard of th dent ager for the Salt Iike Telegram with This paper Mr. and Mrs. A. J. ( rapo are re Relief Society was in Nephi Monda headquarters at Provo. Jolcing over tf!e arrival of u son a conferring with the officers of th Joins in extending hearty Juab Stake Relief Society. their home Tuesday. the North ward .