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THE PAGE EIGHT NEPHI, UTAH TIMES-NEW- S, SCOUT NEWS SEE OUR BIG New Line of Womens Slippers and Silk Hose. ALL the NEWEST STYLES and COLORS. Special Linoleums 2 yd. wide Linoleum Rugs 9x12 Floor Tex Rugs 9x12 $1.69 yd. ,. . . . $12.95 $9.50 . ., Mens and Boys' Suits Lowest Prices Highest Grade Complete Line of Paints, Varnishes, Brushes and Kalsomines. Only the Best in All lines. Compare All Our CHAS. Pries FOOTE DONALD CHASE DIES AT SALT LAKE CITY Donald Chase, who ha8 been sick during the past winter, passed away At a meeting held Sunday the fol- at his home in Salt Lake City Thurslowing Scouts passed their examin- day. Mrs. Leah Chase, hij mother, ations and received Merit Badges in left last night for Salt Lake, and acthe following subjects: cording to a telephone conversation Troop No. 1. Vance Phillips. last night, it was stated that funeral Personal Health, services will be held in Sajt Lake Firemanship, Masonry; Herman Memmott, Fire- City Saturday, and the body will be manship, Agriculture, Handicraft; buried there. Donald was born in Wallace parrett, Agriculture, Nephi, April 29, 1904, being 24 years Farrell Winn, Pathfinding, of age at the time of his death. He leaves besides his, wife, his Carpentry. Troop No. iZ. Lawrence Clyde, mother, Mrs. Leah Chase, and the Bird Study, Electricity, Totaling following brothers and sisters: Alma 5 merit badge tests passed and Ralph, Florence, and Helen. Chase. making Lawrence a Star Scout. Alerl Ord, Personal Health, Firemanship, Masonry. Totaling Five FUNERAL FOR MRS. merit badge tests passed and making FOOTE TODAY AT 2:00 , Merl a Star Scout. Lawrence Dairying, Firemanship, Handl. (Continued from page 1.) craft. coming direct to Nephi. Troof No. 3. Ray Painter, First He remained here but a few days Aid to Animals, Bird Study; Glade after which he took up a homestead First Aid to Animals. where the present site of Chicken Sanders, Creek or Juab Lake. He constructed Chemistry, Bird Study. There is no question but that a dam across Chicken Creek, at the Scouting is taking big strides in this present site of the dam, and inpart of the Timpanogos Council and closed the ranch with a sod fence. much credit should go to the Scout Later the family moved into Salt Scout Masters and Creek canyon where Brother Execuflives, located the ranch now owned especially to Paul E. Booth, our Scout Commisioner, Paul is work by S. T. Vickers, and later on, he ing hard and the results obtained located on the ranch formerly owned no doubt are satisfying and encour- by Charles Price in Salt Creek canaging to him. We can only hope he yon. They later moved to Nephi where Mr. and Mrs. Tidwell spent stays on. Much credit Bhould also be given tha remainder of their lives. to our Scout Examiners On June 32rd, 1871, the ones Cyrus R. who gave to the above Ssouts their Foote and Elizabeth Jane Tidwell. examinations. Scouting would fail were married in the Endowment if they were not on the Job thev House in Salt Lake City by Daniel are the men behind the front line, H. Wells. They were accompanied not seen, not heard, but they fire to Salt Lake City by Jabus Nowlin the 'guns: The Examiners: Harry and Mariah Tolley, who were also Brent D. married the same time. Beagley, A. E. Smith, The deceased was the mother of Hall, E. R. Forrest, S. E. Forrest, Cleon Lemon A. J. Crapo, Claude seven children, six of whom survive Lomax, Grant Allen, E. U. Shaw, her: Ernest Foote, Mrs. T. W. MilBryan J. Petty, T. O. Durham, Geo ler, and Charles Foote of Nephi; A. Sperry. Mrs. J. A. Cottrell of Draper, Cyrus Leslie Foote, and L. J. Foote of Salt Lake City, Utah. She also leaves MRS. LUNT REELECTED three sisters and three half brothers, PRESIDENT OF P-- T ASS'N Mrs. Edward Kendall of Nephi; Misses' and Children's. Slippers, in up to the minute lasts and Styles and at prices like these. Childs and little Tots Slippers 2 to 5. For $1.25, $1.49, $1.75 and up to $2. of Ladies, THIY SK AKV y; CMi 's Low Cuts 5 to 8. 2 For $1.49, $1.75, $2.00 Broad-head- See Our New Spring lines of Latest Styles Friday, May 18, 1928. and SAVE. & FINDS NO DIFFICULTY IN PROVING AN ALIBI HERE "Whatever You Earn Spend Less" NEPHI NATIONAL BANK ENJOY TRIP THRU NEPHITES RECEIVE THE NORTHWEST AWARDS AT U.A.C. 'Stmr Brand Sttont Arm tfmitmr Missis Oxfords and Strop Slippers Tid-we- ll Rose McNeeley of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Elvira Hone of Vale, Oregon, Pholemon Tidwell, Frank Tidwell and David Tidwell. The deceased is also survived by eighteen grand children. Cyrus R. Foot, husband of the deceased proceeded Mrs. Foote to the great beyond, having died in Salt Lake April 30th, 1921. Mrs. THE SPENDTHRIFT'S DOLLAR and up to $2.75 Mrs. Rose Lunt, was elected president of the Nephi Parent-Teacher- 's association at the annual election of officers held last Thursday evening. Mrs. .James Schofield was elected George A. Sperry, 2nd Mrs. George r. secretary-treasureFollow ing the meeting, delicious refreshments were, served. Bel-listo- n, MEMORIAL PRAISED IN DESERET NEWS The following article is repriitid from the Deseret News Salt Lake of last Saturday, May 12th: A Memorial "The supreme achievement ol Geo. Montgomery Whitmore has been accomplished in the completion of the First National Bank of Nephi, which has been erected in memory of his father, George C. Whitmore, whose failh and hope, and trust ha prompted this act of manhood. "A fine deed, well acomplish .(' and it is now left for a father to register and approve the conse quences. "Mr. Whitmore bought the bank from his father some eighteen years since, after he had trained himself to believe in, und follow his own 11 1- -2 to 2. For $1.95, $2.00, $2.25 and up to $3.50 mStar Brand SHoe Art iUUw " Ladies Slippers & Oxfords in grand array Leathers. 2 of ON and For $2.25, to 8. 1- -2 $2.50, $3.00, $3.50 and up to $6 00. All Real Values at the prices quoted at the i Shorn ISWArmBrand Omitmr 1 Nephi Merc. Go. ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE Mr. and Mrs. George R. Howard announce the marriage of their son Leslie Howard to Miss Blanche Kay of Santaquin. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum Kay. The marriage was solemnized LKETA McCUNE SQUIRE will give in the Manti Temple Tuesday, May lessons in Dramatic reading Sth. The young couple will make Phone 69. MlStl their home in Nephi. CONCKWTKATDM3 Styles WILSON BROTHERS Alton Painter, 22. who has been employed in the Chief Con. mine at Eureka will lose the sight of one eye, as the result of picking into an unexployed dynamite cap. Youn? Painter is in the hospital at Salt Lake where he is receiving treatment for his injuries. He is the son of Mrs. William Painter and has been employed at Eureka for the past two years. HABERDASHERY judgment. honors at the U. A. C. Logan, will take place today, when approximately 70 students in the rarious official divisions will receive tokens of commendation. Among the list to receive awards number of Nephites are listed. Executive council pins awarded to Glen Worthington and Daken Broadhead; first year dramatic awards, Lee Bailey; Student Life second year pencil awards, Daken Broadhead; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Briggs, who have been living in Salt Lake for the past five years, have moved to Neph! where Mr. Briggs will assist In the operation of the Charles Stephen son's farm. Mr." and Mrs. Briggs have Just recently made a trip from Salt Lake City to the Northwest, visiting at Portland, Seattle, Camp Lewis, Tacoma, and going down the coast to San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, and also going into Old .Mexico. While in Los Angeles they Glee club pins, Gordon Wood, Her- visited with Mrs. Briggs" sister, Mrs. man JVIcCune. Kuih Jackman. Annual awarding of Yawn "BEST "Success has fallowed him fi every way, and today his bank stands at the head of Utah's best. "His advise to youth ha been "A small account started is a pathway to power.' "It is said of Mr. Whitmore. Ho always seeks men's opinions for in formation, but makes his own de cisions.' "He is a power in his own com munity, and hin advice is sought bv oid and young. One of the :ik:;' charitable men in Utah, and his word Is his honor. 'The bank is iui0 of the most art istic and imposing structures in th. state, Uf.d the people of Nephi ami the surrounding towns niunj iii.ni appreclute the effort Mr. Whitmon has put forth to show his apprecia tion of their failh and friendship shown him in the past year, und it will always stand as a monument to both father and son. SALT LAKE BOYS APPREHENDED HERE Captain Keldheim, chief of the traffic department of the Suit Luke bounty sheriff's department, and Our many years' experience enables us to select the things you need for your car so you take out the guess work and we sell you the thing that give you the most for your money. Phone 246 SiLVEH MAPLE Ncphi, ut. SERVICE J. Larson, motorcycle deputy, were in Nephi Tuesday and took two boy bandits back with them. The boys, Louis Jamison, 14, and Count V'ier, 12, had stolen an Kssex automobile in Salt Lake Monday eve ning and drove It down to Nephi, where the Nephi officers stopped them. The news of the theft had been broadcasted over K. S. L. Tues day noon, and Willis Linton had heard the announcement, and going bark to school seen the car bearln? a New York license ,calle.r an,u re. ported it to the police, who immed iately took the boys Into custody. The car belonged to James I. and Thomas Bresnan of Buffalo. New York, and contained over four hun dred dollars worth of wearing ap parel and equipment. C'has. GenllemenPrcferBlends! Kows your ensemble? Perhaps yuuve grown a trifle tired wearing the same color schemes day in and day out, for several months past. Perhaps fresh blends will put new vigor into your appearance and, incidentally, into your manner VTe suggest a new necktie, a new shirt, new hosiery, and a colorful pocket ker-ehi-cf that will give that suit you're wearing a new lease on life. A different color combination, yet one that harmonizes with the suit, with your complexion and hair even with your mood! And no one here is better qualified to do eo, for we have an assortment of Wilson Brothers' Haberdashery created especially with color harmony as its hackgrxmnd. There's nothing like a change of pasture, and that's what we're recommending. Fresh foliage in the shape of furnishings. New things, just arrived, dean and cooL Well gladly assist you in the selection of new ensembles that will carry you through the season with . flying sails. New and Popular! Fashion's decree says the collar-to-- m a tch shirt is her to staj, and will legion of gain a greater nr before. Fortunately, weYe well stocked, with an array of Wilson Brothers colorful shirts, wearer this season than which permits your a selection making you can't go wrong on. In all s; sizes and in all the popular hues . The Tospjery sleeve-length- and patterns.