The Times, Vol. 16, No. 28. SERVICES FOR CLYDE S. SANDERS NEW SCHEDULE Body Was Brought To Nephi MISS POMEROY Funeral Will Wednesday Be Held In The Tabernacle At 2:00 P. M. Today. east-boun- broken," Arthur said, "but don't bother about me now, go find my buddy for me.' The train crew got a clear track and rushed Arthur to the hospital at San- Bernardino, where he was operated on three days after. His father was at his bedside. A telegram was received Thursday from Mr. Bowers, stating that Arthur was operated upon again, and that his condition wag improved. Clyde's body was picked up on the morning Of the accident; his head, both arms and both legs were severed from his body; and later was shipped to Nephi, arriving here Wed- by evening, accompanied nesday Cleon Sanders. Clyde and Arthur left here for California in search of work, in order that they might be able to attend school at the B. Y. U. this fall. They left two weeks ago, and after a stay of one week in California started for home. They had called at the home of Arthur's uncles and Clyde's brother In Log Angeles, and had had a pleasant visit with them all. Long before school was out the two boys had planned this trip and looked for- ward to it with great anticipation. They lived together as brothers, and Clyde practically died in the arm8 of his friend and companion. LEV AN NEWS NOTES WAS BIG SUCCESS Nephi Team Goes To Ameri- - Manager A. V. Pyper Reports can rork I his Afternoon that lhings Are Getting Schedule Runs Until The Lined Up For the.Home- 29th of August. Coming and Couny Fair. Eighteen Mile Tour of Ridge Enjoyed By Over One Hundred PeopleProgram In Canyon Ends Activities At a meeting of the board of dir- The second half of the Central Utah Baseball league will begin Fri- - ectors of the Juab County Fair As day, Juv 9th, and will end Sunday, j sociation held at the court house August 29th, according io the sched- - vveanesaay evening, July 7th, the ule arranged under the supervision resignation of president E. R. For- of John E. Booth of Spanish Fork, rest was accepted, and Judge Thos. Hpresident of tbe league. Each club I - Burton was elected to fill the ll have seven home games during cancy. A. W. Clyde was elected as the half, meeting each one of the clubs of the league on the home I . From the reports of the committe- 6B it was very evident grounds. that the coun- g Is well Games will be played on each Wed- - I tv fa'r and nesday and Friday, with the excep- - under way and things will hum from tion that no games have been sched- - now on- - Manager A. V. Pyper has uled for Friday, July 23, to allow things pretty well lined up, so that the teams to play exhibition games the various committees will lose no with independent teams as part of t,me ln rounding out their work. The the July 24th celebration to be ob- - committee on concessions are going t0 shut out all undesirable side shows served in each of the communities. and nothing but i and concessions, ArrnrnW tn th home eames at Eureka will be 'nlav- - Wgh class concessions will be per to operate durin th fair ed on Sundays. Provo will have six T"ed 1 nri nn Kotrirrfa. hnmp J ne committee on grounds will Wprfnfisrtav the deal with J. S. Ostler. games; Heber, six Friday and one complete Juab county will become the Wednesday home games; Payson whereby five Wednesday and two Friday home qwner of the 20 acre tract of land located below Third West street. games; American Fork, SpringvlUe As soonJust as the deed is signed the each Fork will and Nephi Spanish have four Wednesday and three Fri. committee will construct the race track and will otherwise put the day home games. grounds in shape for the big show. new The schedule follows: I The parade committee, composed Friday, July 9 Nephi at Ameri-- 1 qf A. H. Belliston, S. E. Forrest. Rus- can Springville at Heber; Pro- - sell Hawkins and Wilson Glazier, are FOR MRS. EMMA BALE vo atFork; Payson. planning to have one of the greatest Sunday, July 11 Spanish Fork at demonstrations in the way of foats I Eureka. ever assemble in this nart nf thp Funeral services for Mrs. Emma Wednesday, July 14 American state. Goddard Bale were held in the North Fork at Provo; Eureka at Spring- Thp invitation ,.nmtttpp Ward chapel last Friday afternoon. . XT eoer by Mrs. G. R- - Ju(ld are as8embling 01,au,BQ rorK' The opening prayer was offered by I thp names nf fnrmar Mpnhttpo ont ""pui. 16 James D. Pexton. Payson at Am- -. I hoVe oireadv filed nvr Friday, thn,'.anrt July . Onnn)L -- wtsinM 1i. TT.I rPn OPau.Hu ru.n The following were the speakers: neuer, name8. 7bla committee are making L. A. Bailey Sr., Bishop C. H. Grace, Springville at Nephi. arrangements for the printing of two Sunday, July 18 Provo at Eureka, thousand invitations, which will be Bishop Thomas Bailey, James GarPax-ma21 Eureka at sent out in the near future.. Wednesday. July rett Jr., Jesse Pay, Mrs. J. W. who also read a letter , written American Fork; .Heber at Provo; The race horse committee composby J, W. Paxraan in honor of the de Spanish Fork at Springville; Nephi ed of A. W. Clyde, June Kendall, W. at A. Payson. ceased. A biography was given by J. W. F. Brough and others, Wednesday, J. Gowers. July 28 Spanish willSperry, a big race meet for the fair plan Musical numbers were rendered as Fork at American Fork; Springville One of the big events at the fair follows: vocal selections, "Jesus My at Provo; Heber at Payson; Eureka will be the poultry show. The com Savior" and "Cast Thy Bread Upon at Nephi. mittee reports that there will be a 30 The Waters," L. P. Anderson and Nephi at Heber; great many "ntries ln this Friday, July depart daughters; vocal solo, "Face to Face' Provo at Springville; American Fork ment. trombone solo at Spanish Fork. Mrs. A. J. Crapo; It is the hope of the officers that Sunday, August 1 Payson at Eur "Holy City," Legrande Jenkins. every citizen will rally to the support The following out of town relatives eka. of the various committees and lend Wednesday, August 4 Heber at attended the funeral: Mr. and Mrs Clifford Bale, Mr. and Irs. Vaud Ameican Fork; Eureka at Provo every aid possible. The next meeting of the committee Bale; Thea, Forrest and Helen Gene Nephi at Spanish Fork; Springville will be held next Wednesday even- Bale of Payson; Mr. and Mrs. Earl at Payson. Friday, August 6 Provo at He-- 1 mgt at the county court house, and Bale, Mr. and Mrs. Osborne Lawrence of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Jex ber; Payson at Springville; Spanish the officials desire that each commlt-For- k tee chairman see that his entire corn- at Nephi. Lawrence of Spanish Fork. Sunday, August 8 American Fork I mittee Is In attendance va-wi- home-comin- TT n, at Eureka Wednesday, August 11 Spring' ville at American Fork; Heber at Fork; Eureka at Payson: WILL VISIT NEPHI Spanish Provo at Nephi American Friday, August 13 Fork at Heber; Spanish Fork at The Price Kiwanis club will be Payson. Nephi at Saturday, August 1 the guests of the Nephi Kiwanis club next Thursday, July 15th, according irovo. Sunday, August 15 Springville to a letter received by Secretary E club. The at Eureka. B. Sperry of the Nephi Wednesday, August 18 Payson at Nephi club will not have their regular luncheon Monday. July 12th. .Memb Provo; Heber at Springville; Eureka ers of the local club and their part at Spanish Fork; American Fork at ners visited in Price two years ago Nephi. Friday, August 20 Provo at Am and received a hearty welcome from erican Fork; Payson at Heber; the Carbon county boys, and accordat Spanish Fork. Springville the June to President Kendall, ing Nephi at Sunday, August 22 enter a ovdr will good put Nephltes PRICE KIWANIS CLUB The girls who Joined the sewing club, under the leadership of Miss Leona Peterson have their work nearly completed. All of the sewing tainment for the visitors. Is being done satisfactory. Thirty five couples of Levan people went to the Mantl Temple to perform Temple Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Preston Chrlstensen and Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Johnson were guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hofhlens Indenpendence Day. Mr. and Mrs. Chan. A. Painter an., nounce the marriage of their daughter Nina to Mr. Dufford Tanner of Loa, Utah. The marriage took place on July 3rd. are ,Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Parker visisting with Mr. and Mrs. Agustus Shepherd this week. Harry Crane motored to Salt Lake Tuesday. He wan accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mortensen, who have been the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Agustus Shepherd the past week. HOLD REUNION Miss Alice Tunbrldge daughter of County Agricultural agent A. E Mr. and Mrs. Bert Tunbrldge, and Mr. Guss Howlett of Kanosh. Utah Smith, and Harry Beagley returnc were married at Salt Lake City, on home from Logan last Friday. The have been attending the National July 3rd. Summer school, which Is being con Mrs. Royal Peterson Is visiting her ducted at the Utah Agricultural ccl lege. parents at Salt Lake City. of Los Angeles, Mrs. C. W. Valen tine and daughter Julia of Ontario California, Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Orme Mr. and Mrs. Fenton Young. Mr and Mrs. D. C. Sparks. .Mrs. Wm Shepard, Miss Claytie Black, J. R Black, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Black Mr. and Mrs. Rex Black. Mr. and Mrs. w. J. Sperry. Ada Sperry, Alleon Sperry, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Woods of Welby, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Black and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Downs. FATHER AND SONS' OUTING POSTPONED The annual father and sons' out has been postponed one month This outing was scheduled to take place in the middle of July, but du I to the harvest season coming a little earlier this year, it will be postponed until August. I Ing m yes-terda- Mr. Ostler was returning from his farm, and apparently did not hear the train 'comrag;vTinttl lt"yas too' late' to TO START JULY19TH stop his car. According to reports. the Ford coupe collided with the sid9 Beginning at six o'clock p. m. on of the engine, which skidded it along 19th, tbe Sixth Annual Monday, the side of the track, doing consid Farmers' July Encampment will be held erable damage to the car and throw- at tbe Utah Agricultural college at ing the occupant about twenty feet Logan. From that time on until noon from the train. Thursday, there will be a program of entertainment and instruction the like of which has never been under or taken at any previous round-u- p NATIONAL HOLIDAY encampment. Some of the special features are as follows: A bureau of information and guides; lunch stand and milk bar, open from 6:30 a. m. to 8:30 p. The National Holiday was fitting m.; free buttermilk; nursery and ly observed in this city. Patriotic playground for cbldren, 2 to 7 years meetings were held Sunday evening of age, open daily 8:30 a. m. to 6: On and Monday morning. A salute at p. in., no charge; first aid station, Sunrise was fired by the local unit open day and night; swimming pool of the National Guard after which land shower baths, all day, free of the Nephi High school band sere, . j charge; a tent city, where, by making naded the town. In the afternoon early application, a tent large enough a ball game between Nephi and the for the whole family may be rented team for $1.00 for the duration of the en- Western Union association from Salt Lake City which resulted campment; college cafeteria open in a win for the Nephltes the score contlnously for 3 days. being 7 to 3. After the ball game There will be more demonstrations various other sports were enjoyed at and exhibits this year than at any A in eve dance the the ball park. previous encampment, and will cov nlng ended the days activities er such things as the following: The business section of this city water measuring and dividing, dairy was decorated In a very attractive butter making, grain production manner, the fifty American flags treatment, selection and treatment which was purchased by the businesi of noU8e planUi weed control, cereal men, auueu materially iu mo uecui .. breeding, poultry culling, women's ation scheme. The following is a work exhibits, milk dishes, salads, list of those donating for the purch- - etc ( kUcnen equipment and hand ase oi nags: nas. i ooie & oons, i ,nrk Venice Theatre, Booth & Booth, O. For further information confer R. Warner. The Times. .News Pub. with Agricultural Agent, R. G. Judd (2) or askthe County Co., Ostler and Allen, any of the 57 persons who M. W. Mangelson, Geo. D. Haymond, were there last year. (2) Nephi National Bank, Nephi Mercantile Co., Juab County, Juab Co. Will and Elevator Co., Bonneville LOCAL NEWS ITEMS Lumber Co.. Cooper Pyper & Co., Geo. W. Lunt and Sons, T. E. Carter, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Robinson of First National Bank, J C. Penney Evanston, Wyoming, spent a few days Co., Bailey Grocery Cy's Market, in Nephi this week visiting at tbe Grace Motor Company, Francis Sells home Mrs. Jacob Gibson. Mr. ot and & Sons, X. L. Bakery. Silver Maple For. I. Jesse M, Pay, Service, Petty, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Sudweeks and rest Hotel, John Burton. Bryan are visiting at the Garage, Burton and Pyper, Elk Head family of Eureka Billiard Hall, Kendall Bros., Jas. A. home of Mr. M. M. Sudweeks this They have recently returned Starts, Beckstead and Allred, Nell week. son and Park, Ord and Mangelaon. from a trip to Zion National Park The Toggery, Dad Osterloh, J. A. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Cooper and Chrlstensen. Mountain State Tel. & Tel. Co., Dixon. .Taylor. Russell Co. family came down from Salt Lake Central Motor Co., R. Hawkins, to spend the 4th at Nephi. They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Inscore. John Cooper while here. FITTINGLY OBSERVED t Prof. Chas. J. Engar has organic Mrs. Dee Miller of Los Angeles, e orchestra, composed California, Is enjoying a visit with of Nephl'a leading musicians, and Mr. and Mrs. Alphus Miller this week. according to reports this orchestra Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Both and will furnish music for the dances the coming winter. The personnel of the little daughter are enjoying a week's orchestra is: Roy Lomax, Vincent vacation In Logan, Utah. Ord. Frank Brough. Loren Kendall, Theron Ockey spent a few days in Miss Melba Anderson, Ray Bean, Francis Warner, Earl Olpln. C. J. En. NeDhl this week visiting with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. David Oikoy. 'gar and Oeo. Engar. ed a I Mr. and Mrs. James Sldwell of Declo, Idaho are enjoying a vacation ln Nephi this week. Mr. Sldwell Is operating a big Irrigated farm in Idaho, and reports that It la rather hard to get away long enough to come to Nephi, but they are enjoying a short visit in the old home town, yt. 'I I and Airs. D. C. Sparks enter tained at a familv homl eomlntr July 4th and 5th. A very pleasant visit was en loved bv all. The evenlnea were spent in games and music, and refreshments were served to the fol lowing: Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Sparks Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Sparks, Mr. anl Mrs. A. F. Sparks. Mrs. C. E. Riley Mr. d weeks. " D. C. SPARKS FAMILY Wednesday, 1 The sixth annual "Wheat" Day" held last Saturday was a complete success. The morning was taken up in horse shoe pitching, and at 1:30 p. iii. the visitors and a large number of the local farmers made an eighteen-mil- e tour of the Nephl- Levan ridge, under the leadership of J. E. Memmott, which ended at the where a num experimental dry-farber of speeches were made, after 1 which a tour of inspection of the station was made under the supervision KS & of Supt. A. F. Bracken. In the evening a bon-fli- e party was enjoyed at ot Henry B. Collins, Jr., ethnologist the behind Mt. Nebo, station Ranger's the Smithsonian institution, has begun which ended the day's activities. the exploration of tha Gulf coast re At th3 experiment station speeches gion which was the camping ground of the Attacopa and Chltimacha In were made by Dr. William Peterson, dians, some of the few known canni director of extension work at the U. A. C; Prof. George Stewart, P. V. bals on the American continent. Cardon, both of the U. A. C; Dr. J. A. Harris of the University of Min . S. OSTLER HURT nesota; J. W. Paxman, A. F. Bracken, James E. Memmott and A. H. IN AUTO ACCIDENT Belliston, of Nephi. Some very inter. esting facts were brought out by the speakers, and showed that the ex had added ma- perimental dry-farJ. S. Ostler received a number oft(,rlaiiv ,ha dpvninnmpnt nf the uts in the right side of his neck, riripn and also body bruises, when the Ford After the inspection of the station coupe in which he was riding coll Id the guests were served with root ed with the engine of the North beer, which was thoroughly enjoyed bound passenger train at 5:15 afternoon. The accident hap by all. In the evening a program was en pened at the railroad crossing on joyed at the Ranger's station, where third west and 1st south street. a number of speeches were made, Mr. Ostler was taken to the offices and a musical program was ren. of Drs. Beckstead and Allred, whers dered. good a number of stitches were required to close the wounds. His body Is bruised up considerable, but no bones FARMERS ROUND-U- P were broken I Eureka. August 25 Eureka at Heber; Spanish Fork at Provo; at Springville; American Fork FIFTY PHEASANTS ARE Nephi at Payson. American Friday, August 27 RECEIVED BY CLUB Fork at Springville; Provo at Spanish Fork; Payson at Nephi. Heber at Sunday, August 29 Eureka. were pheasants Fifty received by the Nephi Fish and Game club last Saturday, and were turn ANNOUNCE MARRIAGES ed loose in the south field. This is the received by the first shipment OF TWO DAUGHTERS local club this season, but a number of pheasants have been turned loose In various parts of the valley during the past two seasons, and according Mrs. Maggie Howarth announces to some of the farmers there are a the marriage of her daughter Edna number of the birds In the fields. to Mr. Sheldon Green of Mona, Utah, The marriage taking place on July Mr. and Mrs. Uert Tbwmas of 6th. Mrs. Howarth also announces Provo, Utah, motored down from the marriage of her daughter Hor-Provo to spend the 4th of July with tense to Mr. John Gappmeyer of Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Ord. Mrs. Thomas Provo, Utah; the marriage tak!ng will visit ln Nephi for a couple of place on July 8th. ring-necke- "WHEAT DAY" FAIR BOARD Funeral services for Clyde Sanders son of Mr. and Mrs. the P. J. Sanders of this city, will be held at the Tabernacle this afternoon (Friday) at 2:00 o'clock. A military funeral will be held, under the auspices of Battery "E" 145th F. A., of which the deceased wag a member. Clyde met his tragic death about four miles west of Yermo, California, at 12:22 on the morning of July 1st. and Arthur J. Bowers, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Bowers Jr. of Spanish Fork was seriously injured. The two boys were on their way back to Utah from California. Tired and weary after walking all day and far into the night, they left the track on which they had been walking, and stepped over to what ' they thought was a siding, but which really was a main line, and on which they sat down, as they had done many times during the day and evening. Their intentions were to rest a short time and journey on. They sat Miss Josephine Pomeroy, daughter down side by side, and chatted and of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Pomeroy of joked with each other, but soon their Washington, has forsaken a societ) weary bodies drooped forward and career for the stage. they were fast asleep. One train had passed a short time before on the main track; but train FUNERAL HELD FRIDAY . HENRY B. COLLINS, JR. BURTON HEADS FOR BASE BALL r TO BE HELD THIS AFTERNOON No. 3, a new, massive, engine, crashed into the two boys, sending Clyde to his death, while Arthur miraculously escaped by being thrown from the track, bruised, lacerated, and with legs and arm broken in many places. d About two hours later an express passed, and Arthur, who had managed to get his coat off, waived to them from the side track. The train passed, but stopped and pulled back. "My legs and arm are The News, Vol. 10, No. 28 Nephi; Juab County, Utah, Friday, July 9th, 1926. ten-piec- Mr. and Mrs. James A. Starts enjoyed a trip through Eastern Utah and Western Colorado the early part of the week. They left here Sunday morning, going by way of Provo canyon and Vernal to Rifle, Colorada. then going south to Grand Junction. The return trip was made via Green River and Price, arriving home Tuesday evening.