t DIAMOND JUBILEE ANt) HOME COMING SET. 15, 16, and 17th ANNUAL JUAB CO. FAIR TO BE HELD SEPT. 15, 16 and 17th I 1 4 - 4- The fhmes, Vol 16, No. 30. ' The News, Vol. 10, No. 30. Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Friday, July 23rd, 1926 COM. ALBERTO LAIS PLANS COMPLETE FOR PIONEER DAY GERTRUDE WARREN FINANCIAL STATEMENT! FIRE-FIGHTIN- G EQUIPMENT HERE Of Juab School DiftricT: for the Year Ending Jnu4 30th, 1926 Meeting At Tabernacle 10:30 A. M. Base Ball Game At 2:00 O'Clock Nephi VS. Bingham. Engine Has 250 Gallon Per Minute Pump Chemical And Other Apparatus Also Carried. RECEIPTS A- The committees in charge of the Pioneer Day celebration have arranged a suitable program for that day. The events will commence at 9:30 tomorrow morning, and continue utU midnight, and will Include: an ito trip for the aged people of the cljy; the dramatization of "A Night onf the Plains," in the Tabernacle at 10i30 a. m.; sports on Main street, following the meeting; baseball, Nehl vs. Bingham, at 2:00 p. m.; and other sports at the ball park; and in the evening a picture show and dance will conclude the days activities. At 9:30 tomorrow morning, all of the pioneers, Indian war veterans and aged people of the city will be taken for an hour's ride, returning to the Tabernacle, where " A Night on the Plains," will be dramatized, which will include the following in dividual numbers: accordian and mouth-orga- n duet, Francis and Earl Warner; vocal solo, T. W. Vickers: reading. Airs. Louise Victors; duet, A. J. Gowers and Walt Anderson ; vocal duet. Mrs. Allie Belliston and Ellen Cole; voca! dust, T. W. Vick era and Emma Cole. Immediately following the meeting a program of sports will be held in front of the court house, which Is as follows: 30 yd. race (girls) 6 to 10 years Prizes 75c, 50c and 25c. 30 yd. race (boys) 6 to 10 years. Prizes 75c, 50c and 25c. 60 yd. race (boys) 10 to 16 years. Prizes 75c, 50c and 25c 30 yd. race (men) over 60 years, "lzes 11.00, 75c and 50c .Base, ball throw (men) over 70 years, prizes $1.00, 75c and 50c Bicycle race (boys) 10 to 16 years. Prices $1.50 and $1.00 At 3:00 p. m. a base ball game will be played at the ball park, the Nephi team will cross bats with the fast Bingham team, of the Utah Copper League. According to base ball officials the team from the min ing camp should be a fairly good match for the locals, and they expect to see a wonderful game here to morrow. Following the game a few races will be held at the ball park Base-ba- ll team relay, $8.00 (8 men or each team.) M. I.' A. "M" Men relay, $4.00 13 men of each ward.) Base-bahoop contest (open to ail) First three throwing ball thru Balance cash on hand June 30th, 193". Federal funds for Vocational training State school and land Interest fund ..I 1. State District school fund t State High school fund ..., State Vocational fund i mills I..... County tax of 7 Interest on bank deposits ...'.." Registration and otter fees Sale of school property Miscellaneous receipts ' ll hoop wins. Prize $1.00. PAYSON BOY HIT Total receipts nawly appointed naval attache Com. Alberto 1,050.00 130.90 2, 250. CO 182.45 600.00 640.00 1,115.88 94 50 229.44 235.15 227.41 the Italian embassy. furthering the state's agricultural interests. Questlonaires were sent out to all banks asking for views on what ag ricultural project work might be Ac pushed to greatest advantage cording to replies the bankers view the importance in the following order: Increased wool production, cow testing association work, eradication of noxious weeds, boys and girls club work, purebred sire campiagn, dairy farming, lamb and ewe feeding, poul try Improvements, feeding beef, farm accounting, small farm flocks of purebred ' sheep, fruit farming. W. C. Andrews, cashier of the First National Bank of Nephi, wns recently appointed a member of the Agricultural committee of the Utah Bankers association, by Pre sident James M. Peterson. R DANCE 95.50 55.68 2,416.81 1,470.81 1,417.50 21 37 113:25 205.16- - DEFEATS 9 Taylor, 3b Davis, c Wignall, cf Chatwin, 8s Young, rf Senior, lb Packard, If Christensen, 2b H. Dalton, 2b V Dalton, p 12.663.30 8.682.05 2.602.00 1,732.71 117 76 514.14 1,296.83 252.53 1,043.94 40.00 427.98 3.478.00 Water Maintenance and repairs Rents Insurance premiums Transportation of students . Sundry expenses 6 TO 3 5 1 0 2 4 0 0 0 14 0 2 2 0 0 4 0 1 0 0 2 1113 112 3 3 2 34 10 28 14 NEPHI B. H. O. A. Lunt, 33,387.08 Debt Service and Capital Outlay: Purchase of land and improvement of sites Equipment for buildings Bonds redeemed Interest on outstanding bonds 10 4 5 2 4 4 4 4 . 535 84 1 2b Worthington, Burton, ss Belliston, p, cf .500.00 3.098.02 8.000.00 7,550.00 5 5 Cowan. 3b B. Petty, If E. Worthington, 1. M. Petty, cf Boswell, rf IG. Sperry, 5 lb ... c p Park, rf - 5 17 11 0 3 2 3 0 13 0 1 0 10 10 14 10 0 12 10 2 2 4 4 0 4 0 2 3 0 3 0 2 0 37 11 26 16 22,148.02 9 Springville. runs .... 230 400 000 Hits 220 301 002 10 120 102 000 6 96.756.43 Nephi, runs Hits 221 103 010 10 10.672 95 Runs Taylor, Davis, Summary: $107M29.38 Packard 2, V. Dalton, Wignall, Cow an 2, Senior, Christensen, Boswell 151.000.00 8.000.00 143,000.00 Total $277,622.95 Liabilities: The Payson nine defeated the Nephi team at Payson Wednesday, In one of the most thrilling games play ed this year. It was an eleven inning affair, and ended 10 to 9. Arvil Sperry pitched nine innings and did1 excellent work in the box, and in the tenth was relieved by Belliston, who pitched the remainder of the game. Payson made two runs In the first and Nephi made one in the third then neither side scored until ih3 ninth inning when Nephi made three and Payson brought In two runs: Each side scored one in the tenth, and Nephi got four more In the eleventh; Payson then brought in five runs, which won the game. -. "Pete" Cowan, Nephi third sackawas the sensational player of h day; besides playing excellent ball be handled a number of difficult chances. Boswell and B. Petty were out of on Wednesday. the line-u- p SCHOOL BOARD HOLD SESSION LAST FRIDAY Worthington, Lunt, Burton Er rors B. Petty 2, Chatwin 2, Burton, , 143,000.00 384.48 2,383.00 131,866 47 Senior, Cowan, Davis. Stolen bases Sacrifice Senior, Packard, Taylor. hits Wignall. Home runs G. Wor thington. Three base hits Davis 2 B Petty, Boswell, Sperry. Two base hits Taylor, Cowan 2, Chatwin Double plays B. Petty to Lunt to E. Worthington. Chatwin to Senior Innings pitched By Belliston 1 Sperry 8. Charge defeat to Belliston. At bat off Belliston 8, off Sperry 26. Hits batted off Belliston 4, off Sperry 6 Runs scored off Bellis ton 3, off Sperry 6. Struck out by Belliston 1, by V Dalton 5. Bases on balls off Sperry 3, off V. Dalton 3 Hit with pitched ballit Chatwin Senior. Wild pitch V. Dalton. Pacs ed balls Davis. Umpirre Selman. ALLEN REED Miss Pearl Allen of Nephi and Melvin Reed of Rupert, Idaho, were married in the Logan Temple last I hereby certify that the above financial statement of the receipts and Wednesday. Miss Allen has been disbursements of Juab School District, Juab County, Utah. Is correct to the teaching In the Nephi schools for the best of my knowledge and belief. That the amounts shown have been paid past few years, and has been one of on claims duly presented and passed for payment by the Board of Educa- the officers of the Young Ladies Mut tlon of said district. That the salaries of teachers have txen paid according ual Improvement association of Juab to the duly authorlzd payroll submitted to this office by the superintendent Stake. A canyon party in her honor was given at Judge Thos. H. Burton's of schools at the end of each month. DENNIS WOOD. canyon home last Saturday, by the CWk of the Board of Education. officers of the M. I. A. Games were played and supper was served to a Subscribed and sworn to before me this 19th day of July. 1926. A. B Gibson, Notary Public large number of stake and ward of (SEAL) Residing at Nephi. Utah. ficlals. Total PAYSON NINE WIN FROM NEPHI G. bring it to the dance tonight. The ASSETS AND IJABFIJTIES prize of ten dollars will be given th winner at July 24th dance. The man. Assets: agers have engaged two good or Sites and buildings, District schools 58.500.00 chestras for the opening dances. 190.000.00 Site and buildings. High schools 6,000 00 Equipment, District schools GIRLS TO TAKE 11,700.00 Equipment. High schools 750.00 UP CLUB WORK Library books. High schools 10.672.95 Cash on hand June 30th, 1926 I The chassis is of a one and one- fourth ton capacity, with a Reo six- cylinder engine, standard gear shil:, and a speed of from 50 to 60 miles , per hour. The engine Is American-L- a France make and is equiped with a 250 gallon per minute pump, and has 1200 feet of 2 Ms inch hose, with a It Is pressure of 120 pounds. also equipped with a chemical tank and 200 feet of chemical hose. The three important features of the new engine being, that water can be used either from the city hydrants or from an irrigation ditch, and when either of these are not available the chemicals can be used. The truck is also equipped with a ladder and other , apparatus. The engine was delivered by E. E. Perry, representative of the J11U..4: Pearse Fire Dept. Supply cipan?i; Mr. Perry is going to stay inNepM for a short time, and will instruct the local fire department in operating the new engine. According o Fire Chief E. R. Shaw, demonstra B. H. O. A. High schools: Salaries of Male teachers .... Salaries of Female teachers Salaries of janitors School supplies Janitor supplies Electric light and power Coal School Bonds outstanding Accounts payable Interest accrued and unpaid Excess of assets over liabilities fci.irf,?:: defeated the Nephi Springville base ball team in the first home game of the second half of the lea gue, last Friday, by the score of 9 to 6. Belliston started pitching for the home team, but was relieved in the second. Sperry went well for the second and third innings, but was hammer tions will be made today, to show ed in the fourth for three hits which the people of this city what the new the Springers converted into four engine will do. runs. After that he held the visitors away from the home plate. Glen Worthington touched V. Dal- ton for a home run. Each team made four errors. 34,565.60 Total payments during school year The open-ai- r dance hall, being Cash balance June 30th. 1926 built on the Hawkins property north of the Nephi Seminary, will be com Total pleted today and the first dance will be held tonight. According to the Bond Account: management a number of names Bonds outstanding June 30th, 1925 have already been suggested for the redeemed March 1st. 1926 new hall, and anyone desiring to en ter a name may do so, by submitting Bonds outstanding June 30th. 1926 it to A V. Pyper or R. Hawkins, or All Girls who are interested in joining the summer Sewing clu are requested to meet In the High school building, Monday, July 26th at three P. M. to receive Instructions Girts between the ages of 8 and 12 years Inclusively are eligible to The time will be join the club. devoted to sewing. Hikes and ex hlblts will also be conducted. Anyone Interested and wishing in Mr. and Mrs. Morgan Miller of formation concerning the club may Los Angeles, California, ars see Miss Ruth Orover, Summer club enjoyln a visit in Nephi thl, week. Supervisor or A .E. Smith, county Agricultural Agent. The Forest Service have erected some tables In the ranvon for th Mrs. Clarence Warner entertain? beneflt of the general public. One last Saturday at a lawn party. erected at the mouth of McCune honor wf her husband's birthday canyon, and on a at tha ran .t.. Game were enlnved itnrlm th, tlon, and several have been placed to evening, and refreshments were servea 10 miriy invitea guests. canyon, Nephi city's new fire engine was delivered yesterday afternoon, and is equipped with the latest fire fight-n- g equipment manufactured, which consists of a 250 gallon per minute pump, together with chemical appar. fire-fighti- 72172 HALL NOW READY I .Li NEPHI; SCORE 11,041.50 14.546.65 1,980.00 479 65 - , SPRINGVILLE 6,655.73 ". - Miss Gertrude Warren, expert with the extension service of the United States Department of Agriculture, Is doing much to make the farm an at tractive place for the younger gener ation. Her job is to organize farm clubs for the girls throughout the country. $107,429 38 General Administration: Salaries of Board members of Board members Expenses Lais. Salary of Superintendent Expenses of Superintendent, travel etc BANKERS TO HELP Salary of clerk .... Salary of stenographer Office supplies 4 AGRICULTURISTS THE School census Interest on loans Audit expenses Bankers have Inaugurated a new Sundry expenses program designed to bring their resources! closer to the agricultural District schools: interests of the state. Salaries of Male teachers The agricultural committee of the Salaries of Female teachers Utah Bankers association has set up Salaries of janitors three definate objectives. First, it Free text books . is planned to further the hanker School supplies farmer project idea in which banks Electric light and power will be called upon to encouarge ana Water sponsor some agricultural project of Maintenance and repairs prime importance within each coun Coal ty; secondly, to name a key banker Transportation of students and os-- Medical inspection of students in each county to sume leadership in his area in agrl Janitor supplies ..:,.f$L cultural matters, and also to call In Sundry expenses bankeers for meetings with a view to Th of OPEN-AI- - a IMKKUKKKMKNTS BY AUTOMOBILE Ralph McClelland, 12, son of Mr and Mrs. O. E. McClelland of Payson Is in the Aird hospital at Provo, with a broken collar bone, a broken lecand a badly cut chin, sustained in an auto accident Friday evening about a mile north of Payson. on the high way toward Benjamin: The boy was struck by a car drlv en by R. Hawkins of the Central Motor company of Nephi. Hawkins was drl vine north. Ralnh hi. hrnih er Reed McClelland, 16, and Ralph woodhouse. 15. son of Mr. and M Thomas Woodhouse of Payson, were walking along the hlrhwav. A coming from the north blinded Haw kins so that he did not observe the boys until it was too lata to afon soon as the car struck ntnh th ground, Hawkins stopped and rushed mm 10 tne Payson hosnital. aft which he notified the boy's father Arier nrst aid had been nHr.H Payson, Hawkins and Mr. McClella looa me injured boy to the Aird nospital, where his leg and colla Done were set. Riding with Hawkins In his road ster at the time of the accident was m. rut of Salt Lake Citr. The accident was investigated by Detuty Sheriff 8. A. Willis. ...... $11,791.83 925.10 2,620 62 28,618.60 2,686.69 296.90 56,337.73 242.43 3,168.38 226.00 515.10 $277,622.9! The regular meeting of the Board of Education of Juab School District Present: was held Friday evening. and H. James Foote. Ockey, Harry Raphael Garfield Bids for the transportation of students for school year 1926-2- 7 The following were were opened. awarded contracts on low bids: D. Bosh, Levan, Utah; Mrs. Edward Shepherd, Mona. Utah; and George Parkins, Nephi, Utah. Janitors were appointed for the Nephi Central, following schools: H. M. Carter; Mona school, Reuben Carter; Nephi high school, Leonard Linton, and W. M. C Ostler. Lloyd Hobbs was awarded the conof the Levan tract for the school. An automatic stoker was purchased for use in the Nephi high school boiler room. The clerk was authorized to secure bids for the paved walk at the Nephi high school, also bids for the supplies needed to Install a toilet system at the Mona school. The financial statement for the year ending June 30th. was present. and on proper ed by the clerk, motion approved, and ordered pubIn accord lished In the Times-Newance with law. After disposing of several other minor items the meeting adjourned until August 10th.