THE PAGE FOUR EE TIMES-NEW- boys must be kept close to the farm, Agriculture must be taught. As High School pupils vary In Published Every Friday by the Tinww. choice of college, admission personal News Publishing Company. requirements of diverse institutions have to be met. The schools are A. B. GIBSON, Editor and Manager. required not only to give intensive training to prepare pupils for their Subscription Rates: colleges but at the same time give general training for those planning Six Months $1.00 The Times.News One Year In reflecting on increased school costs In recent years - consideration should be given to other items besides the decreased purchasing power of the dollar and the Increas ed school enrollment. These and similar items do not tell the whole Your Check is as Good as Gold v story. Our schools have become verita ble "shock-absorberin that they have been forced to assume many activities far remote from the early conception of school functions. They have developed into sensi tive instruments recording our social and economic tendencies ac curately reflecting the peoples changing habits, tastes and needs, step by step they have added to their scholastic labors varying .tunc Hons, a partial enumeration of which will serve to Illustrate the part they play in our everyday lives, The schools responded with rec reational facilities when these were found necessary as a vent for the excess of youthful energy and leisure. When adults courted simi lar privileges, school community centers came into existence. The moral development of youth being concern, the everybody's schools, therefore, must charcter training, teach ethics and make possible religious Instruction. It is emphasized that discipline has disappeared from the home, so the schools are turned to for the fostering of respect rfor law and order. Where physicial welfare neglected, the schools must safeguard health by assuming medical supervision of the pupils; since many shortcomings are traceable to defective teeth, schools must have dental clinics. There is a wide variety of talent amongst therefore the pupils, schools must attempt individual in struction; they must discover and s" at this bank. In fact it is far better than gold for most transactions. It is a voucher and a receipt. It cannot be lost or stolen. It is a record of a transaction accepted in any court. If you have no bank account, we advise you to open one here. There are many sound busi- ness reasons for doimr so. . Firt National Nephi FILLMORE SALT LAKE TO OM.AOE 3ailk LINK Lalaud Carling, Driver Going North Arrive at Nephi Utah "He Builds Wisely Who Builds Well" TO BUILD WELL USE V Monday 10 A. M. Going South Arrive at Nephi ; 12 Boon at the Venice Cafe. Inquire ' Nephi, Utah . Uncle Eben "Some Uncle Ehen. on de banjo, not fob de sake of de music, but because de banjo In so little It can't help Itself." Washington Star. " men," said 'pears to keep ptckin' NEPHI PLASTER HAS NO EQUAL The Largest and Purest Natural Deposit of Gypsum In the World WEPHI PLASTER and MFG. COMPANY satisfy individual inclinations and interests. This has resulted in the Junior High School. A school of one thousand children touches five hundred homes at their most sensi tive point, hence each child must be schooled as if he were the sole Childhood's object of education. personal problems, too, must be con fronted, hence the establishment of the Advisory System. Where the homes are reluctant to cooperate with the schools, it has necessitated the establishment of the Visiting or Home Teacher Department. Boy and girls must be prepared for gainful occupations, hence Vo cational Training. Girls are seldom taught sewing and cooking in the home, so the schools provide a Do mestic Arts Department. Where Camel One of life's great pleasures is smoking Camels give you all of the enjoyment of choice tobaccos Is enjoyment good for you? You just bet it is If all cigarettes were as good as Camel you wouldn't hear anything about special treatments to make cigarettes good for the throat. Nothing takes the place of choice tobaccos. An Invitation to visit Our New Store of instruction and subject matter are constantly changing making it imperative for instructors WHY SCHOOLS COST and school executives to devote a goodly portion of their time to study, to keep abreast of these changes. A multiplicity of special weeks have become a part of the school program, such as "Safety First Week," "Fire Prevention Week," Accident Prevention Week", "Thrift Week," "Cleanup Week," all of which, with many others, are commendable. , Yes, our schools have become in the effort to stabilize thought, conduct and action. If this bulging and complex program has increased school costs and become an added burden to the taxpayer, the greater weight has fallen on the school executive and Board of Education. It is not a nine or ten months' job, as popularly supposed; it is a perpetual labor. "shock-absorber- 8 EE otherwise. Methods $J.O0 25. 1927. Friday, November NEPHI, UTAH S, Our new store is completed, equipped with new fixtures and stocked with as complete a line of merchandise as you find in better Drug Stores everywhere. s" Your support made it possible for us to Drug Store and We give Nephi an extend a hearty invitation to all to call and Come in, look around inspect our new home. and see how well we are equipped to serve you, up-to-da- THE FARMER AND THE NEW AGE te and just remember, Our great new era of industrial, business and mechanical perfection has given many comforts and com modities to the farmer. The radio, electric lights and power, the telephone, railroad expansion, the auto mobile all have done their bit. But one of the greatest gifts of all has come into general farm use since the war the tractor. Plowing that would have taken a week under old methods has become a day. tha work of Irrigation trenches are dug with comparative g ease. has been revolutionized by the squat, queer g machine that is unaffect ed by weather, or soil conditions, or seemingly insurmountable barriers. The best part of it is that the tractor's day is still in the dawn More and more farmers are ing. converting Xt to their uses, with have tremendous success. They learned that prosperity comes by adopting modern methods. WE ARE HERE TO SERVE Nephi Drug Company Geo. D. Haymond, Owner. Koad-makin- rack-layin- REGULATION OF AUTO'S IS CHILD'S PLAY The state of California is warring against glaring and illegal head lights, following a period of prose cution and license-revokin- g of careless driveers. The example of California can be followed throughout the country with better results than are obtained from state legislatures debating on the advisability of adopting com pulsory automobile liability insur ance laws as a means of protecting the public. Enforcing out present laws will assure greater safety to pedestrians and drivers than will the passage of more laws to relieve care less automobile drivers of financial responsibility for their own reckless acts. At the present time no two sets of road signs or signals are alike in different cities. As an example, take Certain streets Portland, Oregon. will have yellow stop signs and posts near curbing. Then, without warn ing, a driver will come to a sign in the pavement which says "stop." Nine chances to one he will never see it because he will be looking for the yellow signal at the side of the street. On other streets he will find an automatic electric signal with red. green and yellow lights located at the side of the street. At another intersection he will, without any warning, come upon an electric signal suspended some 25 feet from the ground in the center of the inter section. Under such conditions a driver's attention Is constantly di- verted from the traffic before him In an effort to find the traffic signals, and thereby obey the law. Similar confused conditions exist In most cities. What is to prevent adoption of painted signs or electric signals of uniform design which are always to be located at the same position at treet intersections? Why should the state highway guide posts in Oregon be white, while they are yellow In California? W hy should the stop Ign8 for through highways in Ore gon be yellow, and stop signs put up by the same highway department for railroad crossing, white? Why hould not all danger signals on Ighways be of one color? Why 'pass innumerable laws, or dinances and rules to confuse drivers, and then expect to reduce accidents? Accident prevention Is equally important In all parts of the country. Then why not have uniform signals and regulations? Most automobile traffic regulation up to date is child's play compared with the simple but effective signals which govern all the railroads In the country. LET US DO YOUR BUY YOUR CABINET WORK We have installed to handle all FURNITURE kinds of cabinet work; such as built-i- n Kitchen AT BufCabinets; built-i- n Linen fets; closets; and other cabinet work any that anyone wants built. D-T-- Builders of all kinds of Cabinets, also mill work. AND Warner's Cabinet Receive A Shop Foote Building, So. Main Nephi, Utah FINANCIAL CO. R Beautiful Gift STATKMKXT OP THE NKPHI BASKBALL ASSOCIATION AS PKIi KOVKMBKB 15. 1927 RECEIPTS Cash on hand beginning of season Check from League on Ticket Sale, 1926 Advertising on west fence Gate receipts excluding season ticket Cash fnr ra Balance left over "July 4, 1926 Committee"'" Cash Boxing Bout July 4, 1927 " Ballon fonscession Baseball Dance Receipts ffpfliNMl Tlrlrota Sola Pitcher Salary Collection's''"".'.'.'".'.'."."!" - - 190.00 6.70 3.70 5.00 20.10 ? "f 86 03 - $1899.20 DISBURSEMENTS League Balance Entry Fee. Pyper Rain Insurance Checks issued for meals Children's Races contribution July 4 L. Garbett, Purse for Ball Teams Julv 4 June Kendall, Race Horse Purses July 4 ."'.".".'.'.'.'.'."1'.'" u. c. rxeison. Labor Box Boutin Nephi Band July 4th Joseph W. Cowan, Pad Lock Co. Lumber & carte,' hoi l noBonneville Lumber v n . .. " nt i ne loggery, s oan suns .".'." John W. Ellison, Water wagon Tailoring, Mending & Cleaning ball sult"A"'."".V."""" L. M. Pexton, Painting Signs Profit & Loss (Loss on Game 45c) Richfiedl Ball Team Orchestra Baseball Dance Ball Players .. Telephone Calls & Telegrams, etc """"Z"'"'" Cnah fnr eraf a Printing and advertising Cole's Salary Traveling expense, gas, oil, etc " Balls, Clubs and shoes, etc Shagging Balls v uwuu, moving ana racmng weeds Utah-Centr- al ,,7 ' . N. C Just Overworked What a forbidding word "clrlc Home Companion. -- Wortiii?' U. nn I ,. . . iki'ko "i 32.00 .75 7.50 46.21 4.50 2.50 1.00 .45 19.00 15.00 289.45 36.87 190.00 . - rwi O 9R 4g' 69 ... iai'99r? 2 o 9 en Cash in bank 8.75 Total Disbursements rncollocfpd Accounts ItecHrablei $1899 20 Conscesslon 7.00 60;0 Tickets I t.tpn-S.Im- " ?H. 6u'- Celebration July 4 Reimbursment Total Receipts A. V. ,a JJ-- 67.00 The Baseball Association had complete of the 4th of July .. . re'ebatlon. and the Cltr officials envp them xstftcharge .1 ni 1,. a on the celebration. This being the amount that the day cost putting the baseball association in addition t tbe Kt rclpt.