t DIAMOND JUBILEE AND HOME COMING ;SEPT. 15, 16, and 17th Th Times, Vol. l al J ANNUAL JUAB , CO. irl il"" I 16, No. 29. Nephi, Juab County, Utah. Friday July FARMERS TO LEAVE NEPHI DEFEATS AT HEBER; 9 TO 2 8 A. FAIR TO BE HELD SEPT. 15, 16 and 17th rvn LUMimtiLiruK nminfiiTnprrn M. MONDAY The News. Vol. 16, 1926. RICE CLUB IN 24TH CHOSEN NEPHI THURSDAY FOR ENCAMPMENT 10, No. 29 BIG CHORUS FEATURE, OF HOME-COMIN- G The Juab stake presidency have Local Team Make First TripThe Kiwanis. club of Price, and the following committees ppointed Farmers En. Annual Sixth SeaThis le Play In League to arrange for and carry out a 24th their partners, numbering twenty- Social Be Companions Club At Held To came over to Home Geta eight, Nephi Thursday campment son Boswell of July program: Entertain Partners Work of Building Race Tract James evening, and were the guests of the Run In Seventh Inning Logan, Utah, On July 19th H. General arrangements To Commence In The Near Ockey, chairman; Ida Parkes, H. Nephi Kiwanians at a banquet and to 22 Will Solve Problems Future President of L. D. a nee. Crane, Mrs. Birdie Jones, ClarComSocial of the The members nce H. S. Neva Booth. Church To Be Invited. Warner and An excellent was served banquet The Nephi team took the Heber Features of the Sixth Annual Eagles off their perch Wednesday by winning one of the fastest ball games Farmers' Encampment, which will be jglayed here this year. The score was held at the U. A. C. in Logan, July to 2. 19th, to 22nd, have been especially One of the features of the game planned to assist in solving the farm was a triple play, the first to be seen problems, and a wide range of exin the Central Utah league this year. hibits and demonstrations have been It happened in the first inning. E. provided in addition to the program Montgomery was on second, C. Mur- of specal speakers. doch on first and C. Montgomery at The following general outline will bat, with none down. The batter hit be followed: a hard fly to Lunt, who passed the College chimes, 6:30 a. m.; break'ball to Burton at second in time to fast, 6:30 to 8 a. m.; demonstrations retire C. Murdock, and Burton shot and exhibits, 8 to 9 a. m.; departit to Cowan at third, who nabbed E. ment meetings, 9 to 11 a. m.; exMontgomery. cursion to Experiment Farms, WedBoswell scored a home run in the nesday, 9 to 12 a. m.; general asseventh. Besides that he pitched a sembly 11 to 12 a. m.; dinner 12 to stellar game, holding the hard slug- 2 p. m.; horseshoe pitching contest ging Heber Eagles to only eight hits, 1 to 2 p. m.'; general assembly 2 to all of which were pretty well scat- 3 p. m. ; department meetings and tered. Nephi bunched enough hits demonstrations 3 to 4:30 p. m.; from A. Murdock in three innings to movies for children 2 to 3:30 p. m.; score nine runs. baseball and other contests, 4:30 to 6:00 p. m.; supper 5 to 6:30 p. m; HEBER concert 6 to 7 p. m.; play hour band B. H. O. A. 7 8 p. m.; movies for children 7:30 to 3 1 2 E. Montgomery, 3b to 9 p. m.; general assembly 8 to 9 6 1 4 C. Murdock, ss m.; moving pictures 9:00 p. m, and p. 0 0 4 C. Montgomery, rf dance at 10 p. m. 1 5 4 Bonner, lb first meeting will be held The 1 4 11 c G. Nelson, 4 Monday the 19th at 6:00 p. m. This 0 4 Stanley, 2b 4 0 0 will make it possible for the visitors A. Murdock, p 0 from Juab County to leave Monday 4 0 If E. Giles, 0 morning and arrive in Logan in time 1 4 Fillmore, cf ., for the first assembly. The closing will be held at 11 to 12 session 9 24 8' 35 Totals J o'clock Thursday the 22nd, and will NEPHI give time for returing home that day B. H. O. A. if you are short of time. 4 All who contemplate going and Lunt, 2b 4 0 who do not have their own tents Cowan, 3b J 1 4 should confer with County Agricul B. Petty, If 0 tural Agent Smith, or should send 6 4 1 E. Worthington, lb 4 0 direct to the Agricultural College for 3 2 I. M. Petty, cf 2 reservations. 2 2 Boswell. p " &"' 0 3 It' is planned to leave the Court" G. Worthington, V 0 House In Nephi at 8 o'clock, a. m. 4 2 0 A. Sperry, rf 4 0 4 5 Monday the 19th; arrive in Salt Lake Burton, ss for dinner; leave there at 1:30 p. m 35 13 27 11 and arrive in Logan at 4:30 p. m. Totals Score by innings: Sports Marcus Burton, chair at the Nephi high school, being pre man; Glen Worthington. Leland pared by the members of the Service Belliston, Rodger Lunt, Louis Beag-letar Legion. After the banquet the Rulon Cowan, Eugene Worthing following program was presented: ton, Homer Lunt and Mynders E. Forrest, chairman of the Inter- City relation committee took charge Program Zelma Pay, chairman; of the meeting President June Blanche Burton, Deon Belliston, Kendall gave the address of welcome Gordon Wood, Melba Anderson, Hel- - nd Dennis Wood introduced the n Cowan, Clarence Gowers, Waldo Nephities, after which the meeting ones and Emma Cole. was turned over to President Ballin- Decoration Raymond Bailey, ger of the Price club H. L. Pratt, in Kenneth Judd, Paul troduced the Price Kiwanians. Prof. hairman; Christlson, Glen Schofleld, Carol G. J. Reeves of the Carbon High Bailey, Dale Gibson, Clarence Burt school gave a very interesting talk; on, Boyd Lunt and Vincent Ord. violin, cello and piano trio, Forrest- Finance committee Lazelle Chase ter Sisters, and a comic song by hairman; Aiden Lunt, Itha Parkes, Chappy Williams, concluded the proMary Morgan, Amos Chase, Clark gram. Morgan, Helen Bailey, Claude Lo- After the Banquet, the Kiwanians max, Boyd Burton and Harold Bel- - an4 their partners adjourned to the 114 12 10 ....A----r--- Heber- - Runs Hits Nephi Runs 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 111 10 FUNERAL 2 8 02400012 xx 03401113 Runs Boswell SERVICES y, Golds-broug- h. iston." MONA YOUTH MEETS son of Elmo Carter, and Mrs. Edward Carter, met a tragic death here this week. While helping his father haul brick from the local depot, Elmo, who was sit ting on the front of the load and driving the horses, in some unknown manner fell in front of the wheel, which was pulled up on his body, but which rolled back off when the horses stopped. He was taken to the house and the doctor was summoned No broken bones were found and lie waa not thought seriously injured; but early Tuesday morning he died very suddenly; almost with warning, o tire, commun Thq syrapatlijof th ity goes out to the bereaved parents who are heartbroken over the los8 of their only boy. Funeral services were held in the Mona Ward meeting house Thursday afternoon at one o'clock Besides his parents, the little boy Is survived by a sister three years old nine-year-o- ld Mr. FOR CLYDE SANDERS LAWN PARTY AT 9 LYNN OLPIN'S The musical numbers were: "Some Time We'll Understand" and "I Need Thee Every Hour," by L. P. Ander son and MUs Melba Anderson; "Face to Face," Mrs. A. J. Crapo; "Jesus Lover of My Soul." Cole Sisters Benediction was pronounced by Harry Beagley. ' The grave In the Vine Bluff tern etery wag dedicated by Stephen Bos well. play Lunt to Burton to Cowan. Runs responsible for A. Murdock 8. Struck out By A'. Murdock 11, by Boswell 5. Bases on balls Off A. Murdock 1, off BoswelU. Hit with pitched ball Lunt. Wild pitches A. Murdock 2. Parsed ball Nelson. Time of game 1:35. Umpi Swenson. , Warren, J. D. Broadhead, Loran Carter, G. O. Golden, J. H. Vickers, W J. Olpin. Robert Garrett. Ed. V Dwns, Ervin Wilson, Edgar Winn L. H. Hamp, Sam Connell, and Mr Bert Connell, Mrs. Claud Tolley, Mrs C. M. Clark, and Mr., and Mrs. Lynn Olpin. home-comin- . ; r Dry-lan- d "Our Gang" enjoyed themselves immensely at a Moonlight supper In The the canyon, Monday evening. following members were present Mary Morgan, Asenath Grover, Alice EXHIBIT AT STATE FAIR RECENT STORM PLAYS Cowan, HAVOC IN EUREKA Petty, Juab County will have an exhibit at the Utah State Fair this fall, according to the decision reached Saturday by the Board of County Comwho appropriated the missioners, necessary funds for the handling of the display. County Agricultural Agent A. E. Smith will have charge of the exhibit. The commissioners also discussed the matter of having the dairy cattle of Juab county examined for Tuberculosis, and after some discussion on 'the subject, the matter was turned over to County Agent A. E. Smith. Belliston . ht WITH FATAL ACCIDENT HOME 13 2, G Worthington 2, Lunt, Cowan, B Funeral services for Clyde Sanders A pleasant surprise in the form of Petty 2, E. Worthington, C. Worth were held last Friday afternoon at ington, Bonner. Errors Lunt 3, Bur the Tabernalce; Bishop Chas. H a lawn party was given at the home ton, E. Worthington, Stanley. Stolen Grace being in charge. The opening of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Olpin, In honor bases G. Worthington, A. Sperry, prayer was offered by Alonzo In of Mrs. C. M. Clark of Los Angeles B. Petty 2, G. Nelson, E. Montgomery gram. Saturday evening. The lawn was Three-bas- e The speakers were: Principal Geo brilliantly illuminated, and games run Boswell. Home hit Stanley. Two base hits I. M. A. Sperry of the Nephi high school; were the feature of the evening. was Petty, A. Murdock, G. Nelson. Runs Captain Thomas O. Durham, Jame) dainty midnight batted in A. Sperry2, B. Pettyl, E E. Memmott, Jesse Pay and Bishop served to the following: Messrs. and Mesdames Melvin Stanley, Melvtn Worthington 2, Boswell 2. Triple C. H. Grace. Greenhalgh Several of the committees on Fair - Home Coming celebration met Wednesday evening at the Court house on the call of chair- man Judge T. H. Burton, and gave their reports on the many activities connected with the big celebration. which will take place in this city September 15, 16 and 17th. Accord ing to these reports the work is progressing and assuming a definite and tangible objective that of putting over a county fair and jubille homecoming that this section of the state has never yet witnessed. One of the big features of the g celebration will be the big chorus of approximately 250 voices, who are now being drilled was enArlington, where dancing The N. Y. club ladies entertained under the direction of Prof. Engar. joyed for the balance of the evening. their husbands at a jolly canyon This chorus will be accompanied by The music waa furnished by Prof. at Jenkin's Flat, Wednesday the high school band and will be one party Engar's orchestra. evening. A good hot supper was of the main attractions for a night The visiting Kiwanians were served to twenty-eigguests and program during the festivities. taken to the New Forrest Hotel ta members at sundown, after which Work on the race track at the spend the night, these being the games, music and were en county fair grounds will be under dancing first guests at' the new hostelry. joyed until eleven o'clock, when all way in a few days, and it is the Inpresent pronounced it the best time tention of the committee in charge ever. to secure some of the best horses in CENTRAL UTAH LEAGUE the state during the three days of Miss Verda Russell, daughter of the fair. Mr. a STANDING-FIR- ST and Mrs. Edmund Russell, HALF The committee on invitations will btudent of the Nephi high school whose story on meat won champion- - send out in a few days over 1000 inhip honors for the state of Utah in vitations to former Nephites. In adEureka Miners, winners of the first he Third National Meat Story Con dition to these,, another thousand half of the Central Utah baseball) test The contest is conducted an invitations will be distributed for the league, lead the circuit in batting at nually by the National Live Stock use of citizens who will mail them the close of the first half, nosing out nd Meat Board. The awarding of independent of the committee to Nephi, which had been leaders most four university scholarships was a relatives and friends. of the first period. Eureka sluggers feature of the event just closed in It is planned to invite Governor veraged a hit in every three at bat. which more than 10,000 highJ.school George H. Dern to address the peo Nephi came second with an average girls competed. ple at one of the meetings to be held of .320, and Heber next with .311. also President Heber J, Grant and fc'be Mtiet .ctobs Juiishejjift the jCpU others." In connection It s a probabillowing order: springville, .2b; NEW OPEN-AI- R DANCE ity that a day will be set apart as Provo, .285; Payson, .276; American "Governor's Day." Fork, .276; and Spanish Fork, .222. American Fork was at bat the HALL BEING BUILT Manager A. V. Pyper will arrange greatest, number of times, 585, but for the hire of a number of large Eureka secured the greatest numtents in which many of the exhibits ber of hits, 192, and scored the most will be placed. These will be located be A'new dance is air hall open 13S. Provo The club connected runs, at the fair grounds, as It Is the inon the Hawkins built ing property for the largest number of 27, followed closely by Payson north of the Nephi Seminary this tention of manager Pyper to have as and Spanish Fork with 25 each, and week. The floor spues will be 4 6 many of the exhibits as possible at Springville and Nephi with 24 each. by 80 feet, and is, being constructed the ground. Tents are used In many Heber was way ahead of the other by R. Hawkins and A. V. Pyper, and sections of the country to display will be completed by July 23rd. clubs in the number of three-bas- e products at county fairs and in the The dancing space will be Just a absence of regular display buildings, hits, getting 22, to 18 for Eureka and 16 for Nephi. ittle larger than the Arlington Hall. provide a good substitute. Citizens of the county are urged The open air dance halls have be Eight home runs were scored for Nephi, with six for American Fork, come very popular in a number of to plan their work so that they will five for Provo, and four each for Utah towns, and due to this fact. !e at liberty during the three days Eureka, Springville and Payson. many of the Nephi young people of the fair and jubilee to have a real Eureka secured only two bases have been going out of town to holiday. The work of putting over more than did Nephi, the Miners get. dance, during the Summer months. the celebration is a big,. Job, and ting a total number of bases of 263 to Hawkins and Pyper, without the hearty support of every According The Miners lead also in the number a number of the bast dance orches resident of this city and county the of sacrifice hits, making 20 sacrifices tras in the staLe will be secured, and success of the big undertaking will to 18 for Heber and 17 for Provo. intend to give the dancing be curtailed. The Timps Btole 32 bases, to 23 for they of public each of Nephi, Springville, and Am first class this section of the state dances. erlcan Fork. The management is giving a cash Harvesting Commenced On Individual batting honors for the The Nephi Levan Ridge first half go to Reed Colvin, nifitv prize of $10 to the person suggesting a name that is accepted by them, twirler of the Payson crew, who In for the hair. the last two or three games forged ahead of Boswell, Nephi pitcher, who whet harvesting on the had lead the league from the start Ridge commenced this Colvin batted .508, getting 31 hits JUDGE CHRISTENSEN week, and practically the entire in 61 times at bat. He got 19 singles crop is being harvested by combined 7 four three base hits harvesters, only a very few headers MAY ENTER RACE a and home run for a total of 49 are being used this season. County two-bagge- Hits Summary: JUAB COUNTY TO HAVE panions club entertained their husbands at a chicken dinner Sunday evening at the Gadd summer camp in the canyon. After dinner they adjourned to the scout grounds and played games and finished out the evening with a bonefire and a program. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beagley, Mr. and Mrs. George Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Irons, Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Irons, Mr. and Mrs. Lacey Vickers, Mrs Mattie Vickers, Miss Norma Smith, of Salt Lake, Miss Clara Fransworth of Manti, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Smith, Mr. and Mrs Ralph Belliston, MrT and Mrs. William Belliston, Mr and Mrs Lloyd Hobbs, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Chappell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kendall and Mr. and Mrs. A. V." Gadd. Florence Wanda Chase, Mildred Sperry, Dorothy Haymond, Nelda Parkes and Merl Williams as honored guest. One of the worst EUREKA storms in the history of Eureka took place about 3 o'clock Saturday after noon. Fifty feet of a torreru rushed down Main street, doing consider able damage to private ho mens bu.,1 nesi houses and the new post office This flood lasted about half an hour During this confusion hail aa big as marbles fell, covering everythln from six to eight inches. Three nres broke out. destroying two homes and bady damaging another. The postmaster said It would cost $500 to $1000 to cover the damage to the postoffice. Seven feet of debris filled Ihe basement of the first floor, ruining cabinets and other furniture in the baasement. At this writing It is Impossible to get an accurate esllmate oT the damage, but it amounts to many thousands of dollars. Old time resident claim thin was the most severe stroin ever experienced in Eureka. Miss Nephi-Leva- n s, bases. (Continued on page eight) The George Juab County friends of Judge Chrlstensen of the Seventh SURPRISE PARTY HELD Anderson To Be Soloist District will no douht be pleased to the following Item clipped from At Band Concert read AT D. C. SPARKS HOME the Price "Sun. lone Garrett entertained the Hormolo swarm of Dee Hive girls a her home Wednesday evening. The time was spent In music and games Refreshments were served to the following: Mabel Wilson, Ruby An derson, Ethel Mcpherson, Ruth Mc Pherson, Helen Wright, Lorn a Ken dall, Delia McPherson, Luclle Par kin, Ruth Parkin and lone Garrett Dave LukofT, son of Mr. and Mrs Fred LukofT of Los Angeles. Calif ornia, is spending his school vacation in this city, at the home of Mr. an Mrs. T. W. Miller. L. P. Anderson will be the soloist at the band concert Sunday after noon at 4:30 p. m. Mr. Anderson will sing, "Good Bye Summer," by Tostl Prof Engar has arranged an excep tionally good program for the Sun day concert. Phorsen Kirgan John Kirgan of Nephi, and Miss Arphle Phorsen of Glenwood, Utah Glen Worthington has been select were married in Provo last Friday ed to manage the Nephi baseball July 9th. The bride is the daughte team for the second half of the lea of Mr, and Mrs. Hyrum Phorsen of gue season. Manager Worthington Glenwood, and the groom Is the son took charge of the team Wednesday of Mrs. E. Kirgan of this city. They will make their home In Nephi. afternoon. A marriage of local interest totk when place Wednesday afternoon Leland Belliston of this cltjr and Miss Genevieve Greenhalgh were married at the home of the bride's parents in Santaquin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Greenhalgh of Santaquin, Utah; the groom Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Barnes motor is the son of President and Mrs. A. ed to Provo Sunday to visit with he H. Belliston, of this city. The young that city, returnin O.. R. Judd was In Salt Lake daughter in home In the evening. couple will make their home In Nephi. Monday, ind Tuesday on business. Mrs. James Larson an family of Salt Lake City, vtsite with relatives in this city. They Kf Sunday for Kairview. Mr. and "'With the announcement of the retirement Chief of voluntary Justice Valentine Gideon from the supreme court of Utah many of th! friends of Judge George Chrl.stensn of the Seventh Judicial district at Price arc urging him to declare his cundidacy for that high position. There Is no more popular man on the bench In this great commonwealth than he. He Is respee'ed alike by all classes and during the several years of bis service as Jiid,1 In the Seventh lawyers and litigant.' have uniformly commended his fairness, ability and painstaaking care In the conduct of his office. Judge Chrlstensen has never been appealed to for a change of venue in consequence of any assertion or personal prejudice on his part. In fart, his fine admiration for justice to all litigants renders him Immune to any An unusually pleasant surprise parly was arranged by Mrs. W. J. Sperry and Mrs. J. R. Downs at the C. Sparks in honor of home "f I- Mrs. C. K. Riley. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Orrne. and Mrss. Clara W. Valentine and (laiiKhter Julia, all of whom left for California. Thursday July 15. Old timp chat and music was by friends present. Dainty refreshments were served Mr. Mo the following: and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. (ioldshrough. I'M. Jones, Mr and Mrs. George Tolley. Mrs. Charles Tolley. Mr. aud Mrs. Wm. Jones. Mr. and Mrs. J. rt Downs. Mr. and Mrs. W. J Sperry, Mrs. William Shepherd of Salt Lake. Mrs. C .K. Riley of Huntington Park California. Mrs. C. W. Valent'n Studious, experienscHletipping. ced, humane, energetic, keen and and daughter Julia, of Ontario. Cacareful no Judee was ever more ap- lifornia. Mr. and M rs. Hollo Ornie. as Claytie Black and Mr. and Mrs. D. propriately addressed C. Sparks. '