t .'! I Nephi f "The Wheat City" 44 Nephi "The Wheat City" J The Times, Vol. 16, No. 47 Nephi, Juab County. JAMES E. COLE MEADOWBROOK Nobember 19th, 1926 The News, Vol. DAIRY NOW DELIVERS DIED IN SALT Utai Friday, IS POSTPONED GIVING VALUABLE J LAKE THURSDAY Funeral "Meadowbrook Dairy" is the name selected by Mrs. A. E. Webb for the newest industry that has been inaugurated In this valley that of delivering certified pure milk and cream to the homes in this city. They .started delivering milk Monday morning, and from the present indications the business will develop into a very jp- an Services Will Be Held 'Sunday At Twelve o'Clock, Noon, In Stake Tabernacle. profitable Industry. Mrs. Webb has one of the most dairies in the valley, and Funeral services will be held "Sun- milks from thirty to thirty-fiv- e head day at twelve o'clock poon, at the of Jersey cows, which produce apJuab Sfake tabernacle for James R. proximately from forty-fiv- e to sixty Cole, life-lon- g resident of this city, gallons of milk per day. She has been who died Thursday morning at a Salt in the dairy business for the .past Lake hospital, following- an opera- twenty-fiv- e years, and has been one tion for appendicitis. The body will of the successful dairy keepers in be brought to this city Saturday this part ofthe state. norning, and will .be taken ,to the One of the main features of the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ellison. Meadowbrook Dairy, is the sanitary Mr. Cole was born in Nephi, Jancondition under which they opearte, uary 18th, 1860, being sixty-si- x owner cordially invites the of years age at the time of his death. and the He was the son af Mr. and Mrs. Wil- public to drive down and see how liam Cole, early pioneers of this city. the milk and cream is handled. As the business grows Mrs. Webb will He was married to Sarah F. Man-guon October 21st 1885, to which install all tie latest modem machinunion six children were born, all of ery, some of which is now being used. whom survive. The children are: The delivery wagon leaves the Mrs. J. W. Ellison, Frank Cole, Ne- dairy at about six o'clock in the phi; Earl Cole, Ogden; Ray Cole, mornings, arriving in town at about Bingham; Edgar Cole, Spanish Fork; seven, when the milk is delivered to and Thelma Cole. San Frfansisco, the customers. California. He isi also survived by te eight grandchildren, and the following brothers and sisters: Wilford J. and William Cole of Nephi; Claude Cole, Pioche, Nevada; David Cole, Belco, Idaho; Mrs. Elizabeth Clark and Mrs. Cora Pexton, Springv'ille: Mrs. J. Elmer Jacobson, Prove; Mrs. Clara Hopes, Eureka; Mrs. Joseph Francom, Tremonton, Utah; and .Mrs. Ruby Weaver,, Trenda, Iowa. Mr. Cole has been engaged In farming and sheep raising for the past number of years, making a success in these two industries. OPERETTA TO PROCLAMATION proclamation calling upon the people of Utah to observe Thursday, November 25th. as Thanksgiving A day, was isrmed Monday by Governor George H. Dern. The people of the state are requested to refrain from labor ou that day and to devote themselves in their homes and places of public worship to the expression of their gratitude for' the blessings received during the year. The preamble to the proclamation follows: "The changing seasons once again bring us near the time set apart by custom for the offering of thanks for the countless blessings which Providence has showered upon the people of our state and nation. The yearly harvests are in, the year's accomplishments and progress are being noted and weighed with grateful hearts. Peace and contentment and the boon of a government of the people give us just cause for rejoicing. It is fitting that we should in lift public and private observance our prayers of thanksgiving." ben-ficie- The students of the Nephi grade school will present an operetta, entitled "Prixie Triumph" at the high school auditorium next Tuesday evening, at 7:30 o'clock. The leading parts are played by the following Miss Ora Judd as "Queen of the Fairies," fittingly plays her part; Tom Cowan as "King, of the Prixies" reigns with the mastery of a king. The play is on when "Laughing Gas" and "Know All and Do Little" sing their duet, ..rendered by Paul Downs and Dean Powell, respectively. Miss Eunice Brpugh puts on the dance of the show, while Harmon Bryan, leader and general of. the Prixie Army, stage war in real '76 style. Elmo Starr as "Ebony Face" furnishes the Southern melodies. A chorus of one hundred students furnish the foot work and the songs for the evening. The students are all taken from the 3rd to the 6th grades, inclusive. CITY OFFICIALS LOOK nt Mrs. A. C. Nelson of Salt Lake City spent a few days in Nephi this week visiting her daughter, Mrs. William Bailey. Gilbert Howard and son Jack, returned home last week from Salt Lake City, where they spent ten daya visiting with relatives and friends. Mrs. OVER DIESEL ENGINES Mayor Thomas Bailey and councilman G. R. Judd returned home Saturday (rom Pioche, Nevada, where they inspected a couple of Diesel Oil engines with the view of finding out if they could use them for the purpose of supplying additional power at the Nephi City Municipal plant. NEPHI GIRL MARRIED IN SALT LAKE NOV.. 10TH The marriage of Miss Mildred Ellison, talented daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ellison of this city, and Ray T. 'Lindsay of San Francisco, LEVAN NEWS ITEMS in the California, was solemnized Lake Temple on Wednesday, OF LOCAL INTEREST Salt November 10th. A wedding reception was tendered the young couple at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. T. Lyon, Elmer Jacobson came down from Salt Lake City, the same evening. Provo Tuesday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Lindsay left Salt Lake City the following day for a The Ladies Literary club held their short honeymoon trip through: the first meeting at Mrs. Helen Uenne-dlct- s Northwestern states, arter which home, Thursday evening of last they will go to San Francisco, where week. they will make their future home. Mrs. Emma Mangelson entertained a number of relatives and 'friends at a birthday party, Wednesday af- ternoon. Norman Wankler lift Wednesday for California for an extended visit. f v ",- I? t L -' , ' rrrrmi Mona Ward Swarm Hu-Su-- Hold Meeting The swarm of Bee Hive girls met at the home of Miss Aleone entertained the Kay Tuesday evening. The time was Edna Anderson members of the Literary club Thurs- spent in Hoe Hive work, and games. day evening. Special guests were. Refreshments were served to Viola a Pearl .Stephenson and Inez Mangel-won- Kay, June Green. Lucille Evans, Williams, and the Bee Keeper Mrs. John Ord and daughter of Miss Isabell Evans and Mrs. Sadie Sundy. visited with relatives and Vest, and to the hostess Miss Aleeno Kay. friens of Levan la.at week. Hu-Su-I- le My-ri- .A ' ?( ' . presented for the old folks of Speaker Addresses ' V A 'II ? , - ' k ' K :v 1 ' i t TSTf ivfrh Olfi '' Association, High Assembly, Farm Bureau And Others. Pro- vo, it will be impossible for this group of entertainers to be here on that day, and the officers of the M. I. A. of Nephi wish to inform the general public that the date has been changed. SHIPPED BY MILLER 1 1 "J P r;? Parent-Teacher- s' School SiX HUNDRED TURKEYS T. W. Miller of this city will ship approximately six hundred turkeys to Long Beach, California, Saturday. This shipment will be made from Nephi, and the birds are being Sevier, brought in from Sanpete, Millard and Juab counties. The price paid by Mr. Miller is 35c per pound. NEPHI VIOLINIST WINS PRAISE BE PRESENTED students: IHANKSblVINb If BUSINESS COURSE In another part of this paper Is announcement that Utah Stakes' Greatest Road Show will be presented Saturday night (tomorrow), in the three Nephi wards, under the auspices of the M. I. A. Just before going to press we were informed that due to the fact that the show will be i . in. No. 47 PRYOR IRWIN IS ROAD SHOW DATE MILK 10, So far this has been a busy week in the lives of the business and professional men, their employees, educators and others in Nephi City. Pryor Irwin, national retailor and counselor, has been holding sessions of the business Institute from seven o'clock in the morning, until nine o'clock In the evening. The regular sessions being from seven to eight a. m., and from seven to eight p. m., and during the day Mr. Irwin has been holding special sessions with various business men. and school people. So far the week's program has been as follows: Monday noon, he talked at a luncheon, composed of the largest representative group of business and professional men ever assembled in this city; Tuesday evening, he addresed representatives of the Juab County Farm bureau; Wednesday morning he was the speaker at the high school assembly; Wednesday noon he spoke to the Teach- ers' association at a luncheon at the high school; Thursday evening he gave a fine address in ' connection with the Parent-Teacheorganization,' and tonight he will speak at the Inter-Cit- y meeting of the Spanish Fork-NepKlwanis clubs. In addition to the regular class instruction, many of the Nephi business and professional men have availed themselves of the opportunity of having Mr. Irwin come into their places of business, where important questions concerning their own business' has been answered by him. Mr. Irwin posesses a pleasing ner- a convincing 'talker- sonalityi in fact, he is a real salesman. The merchants and their' sales forces are unanimous in their praise for Mr. Irwin's work. The feature of each and every session was in relation to actual incidents illustrating either the bad or good method of conducting business, and in meeting the various problems of community life. His talk, "Making Your Community Prosper," was one of the out standing features of the institute. He said in part: "Each individual. whether he is in business or not should for his own benefit boost the community in which he lives, eivine- as an example property valuations If the city or town is in a prospeir OOfl rnnrtftfnn It .ruftonta . u V'nn I. n aHa f a yi 1.. of real estate, and other property ; but if business conditions are poor, down goes the prtce of everything, including farms and city property, and the population decreases: Deo- ple moving to prosperous communit ies, leaving empty houses, and empty business houses, 'thus the burden of taxation is greater on those remain ing, for the maintenance of schools, and city and county government. Dissatisfied employees who are not making sufficient each month to live and be happy, cannot put their best efforts into their work, so. he rs Richard Drake Saunders of the Los Angeles Music Circle, has the following to say in regards to a reMAYOR THOS. BAILEY OFFICIALS TO ALLOW cital in which Miss Mercl Golds-brougNephi's talented violinist, SIGNS PROCLAMATION took part: "The recital of the facCUTTING OF OAK-MAPL- E ulty of the Woodcrest Studios of Music Education displayed the artists to advantage in a The cutting of oak and maple In Mayor Thomas Bailey, in a formal and musical program last McCune canyon has pot been permit proclamation issued today, has called night,splendid at Woman's club. They the ted since the Forest Service planted upon all citizens of East Juab County are be cjomnvended-orenew thir.aflegianee tothe Am- the especially to this area to Western Yellow 'JPin of larger and sel 1914. The' planting lias proven a su ericau Red Cross during the Annual dom'"presentation heard works instead of the cus cess and the trees have made suffi- Roll Call which opens Nov. 23rd at of short standardized tomary cient growth to justify the removal ten a. m., and will continue through numbers.groups of 1,000 cords of fuel from 'the Thanksgiving. ".Mercj Goldsbrough. violinist, per In his proclamation the Mayor de- formed plantation at this time. This timber the Handel Sonata in Er Maj is of excellent quality and a good clares that "every man, woman and or. She displayed a fine depth of road- is leading to the same. Cutting child, should welcome this opportuntone, supplemented by an admirable will be confined to the north slope ity to express approval and lend morin difficult intervals which precision into McCune canyon for the present, al and financial support to an organ- showed to fine in the advantage and Forest officials will be there to ization which stands ever ready to spirited alegro movements." a to unforon extend hand the the November helping supervise cutting Miss Goldsbrough is the daughter 20th and 22nd, 1926. If you are in- tunate in our community, in the of Mr. and Mrs. H. B. terested in getting some of his mat- nation and all over the world. The and is a member of the Goldsbrough faculty of the erial, get in touch with A. P. proclamation, in part, reads: Woodcrest Studios of Music Educa American Cross Red has tion at "The Forest Ranger, Nephi, Utah. Ingelwood, California. been called 'the nation's Badge of Mercy'. Its charter from Congress designated it the official agency for KIWANIS TO HAVE FIVE CANDIDATES ARE? extending relief in disasters both in this country and in foreign lands. BANQUET TONIGHT SELECTED AT MONA To all who suffer in fires, floods, h, well-balanc- n - Chris-tianso- n, hurricanes and other calamities it offers help and consolation. At all times the Red Cross carries on a The Spanish Fork and Nephi A number of nominations for program of public health which alone clubs will hold a special Intermembers of the Board of Educa- would merit support of the American and "Ladies Night" city meeting tion of Juab school district were filed people. at the Forrest hotel tonight banquet with the clerk during the last few call all citizens "I, therefore, upon of the nominating days, which end- to seek to share In its humanitarian (Friday). The visiting club will bring ed last Monday night. In Mona five activities by answering the Roll Call the program, and according to infornames will be on the ballot, while in for members which opens Tuesday, mation received, there will be sixty visitors from the Utah county town. Levan two are up for office, and in November 23rd, and clones on In addition to the program that they Nephi South Wa.rd three entered the Thanksgiving." will give a short race. The election will be held on THOMAS BAILEY, Mayor. bring Prior Irwin address. December and all 1st, Wednesday, those who are eligible to vote at the last general election in November, Gleanor Girls of Mona will he qualified to vote in their re- Gideon Sidwell Selected Are Joyously Entertained As Sheriff County Deputy spective districts. Mona candidates: Raphael Garfield, Eugene Newton, Amasa Green The Gleanor Girls of the Mona Gideon Sidwell was selected for Isaac Kay and John S. Nielson. held their weekly meeting Levan: Alma C. Dalby and Niels the position of deputy sheriff for Ward of terra the four Tuesday night, November 16th. The commencing years, Lundsteen. was spent In making colonial The first. evening Nephi Republican January Nephi South district: A. H. Bellis-ton- , Pecinct committee made the recom- dolls. Each of the girls reported they Mrs. W. F. Brough and Joseph mendation to Sheriff-elec- t M. M. had a jolly time, and had learned Greenhalgh. Kighn. Mr. Sidwell hag had exper- something new. Refreshments were ience along this line, which will be served to the following: Mrs. Wlllard beneficial in the performance of his EllertKon, Miss Verda Keyte, and to Broadhead Draper many duties of deputy sheriff of this the members: Bernics Ellertson, Kay, Zelda Kay, Rachel Young, Wedding, Wednesday county. Melba Young, Donna Nowell and the hostess Lucille Vest. Walter Broadhead. so nof Mr. and Nephi Young People Are Married In Manti Temple Mrs. Hyrum Broadhead. and Zelda County Clerk Bowers Issues Draper of Moroni, Utah, were marTwo Marriage Licenses ried Wednesday evening at the home of the goom jn this city. Tho ceremoThe marriage of Carl J. Bowles ny was performed by President A. H. and Miss Edna Boswell, both young Belllston, in the presence of the Im- people of this city, was solemnized County Clerk lieulah H. Bowers mediate relatives. A wedding supper In the Mantl Temple Issued marriage licenses last Saturlast Wednesday. was tendered the young couple fol- The groom to Daniel Meivin Shepherd of js the son of Mr. and day lowing the ceremony. Mrs. W. A. Bowles, while the young Salt Lake City and Iva Pearl Beck lady Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. of Spanish Fork; to Geo. II. Mike-seOn November 17th, Patriarch and John BoHwell. of Lake Shore and Alice Huff Mrs. L. A. Bailey passed the B5th of Spanish Fork. Judge John Cooper anniversary of their wedding. Owperformed the ceremonies for the Mrs. H. F. Young of Salt Lake young couples. ing to the nbsenro of their Ron William, who Is in New York, the ce- City spent a few days this week vislebration was postponed until he iting with her mother Mrs. R. E. Earl Gadd was down from Salt Grover. Luke City, Saturday and Sunday. is La-vo- ll hj hi , . . V. L asserted, lt Is important that the business men concern themselves about the welfare of their employes, their families and also it is necessary that the customers enjoy life and good health. The merchants should try and help their customers, help the farmers find a market for their crops, etc. If the customers are benefited they in turn will benefit business. When the farmers are prosperous it will be reflected in business," he said. "Communities need, factories," said Mr. Irwin; "they bring payrolls, but It is Just possible that in com- munities like this that the poultry and dairy Industries should be developed if you wsnt money in circulation. Help make the community prosper and in so doing you will help yourself. It is your Job to make this a prosperous place in which to reside and enjoy life. Get a vision of your needs and then go to it." Clarence E. Loughney was bound over to the district court last week, on the charge of second degree arson. He waived preliminary hearing and was held to answer to the district court. 11.000 bond was furnished. Mrs. Frank Russell came down from Salt Lake Tuesday and enjoyed a short visit with her parents, Patriarch and Mrs. L. A. Bailey. Wednesday being the sixty-fift- h anniversary of their wedding. '"'