i Thursday, November rnovo T Local and t-- i Home of Paramount Picture FRI. 15-1-0 RICHARD DIX Nation-wid- e Travel In "THE LOVE DOCTOR" I'AKAMOCNTU All-Talki- ng Fun Riot sunT&"m6n. Nov.17-1- SEE f3E AND HEAR His Fastest Moving Comedy Hit Yet! Con-Kinti'- iit ion-wi- CRITICS SAY heated "A KNOCKOUT! A KNOCKOUT!" uy couches. - riding motor Leave dally at 0:40 A. M. an.l 2:40 and 10:80 1. M. for lv ai-n- t Ahk about Angeles. fare and schedules to all the ...-- " East. TERMINAL Venice Cafe 7k 11 if $85 5 mm, Swanson y Building ALL-TALKIN- G more glorious than ever! Truly in this production she becomes Quen of A Gloria the Screen! Coming Soon -- "THE VIRGINIAN" with C1RY COOPER All Talking -- Don't forget the B. P. W. Cake sale at Ord and Mang'elson's and the Nephi Drug Saturday, November 23rd. over 25.000.000 Sold Aliwecrers cant be wron LEVI STRAUSS Overalls the Leading Brand for over 56years Every pair sold with This guarantee ANEW PAIR rfXlLX IFTHEY RIP Growth or Decline of Town in Citizens' Hands A town is u business your business. You ore a part of that business the same ns nn employee Is of an inand butdustrial plant. Your ter depends on the continued growth and prosperity of that business, nnd regardless of your station in life regardless of the job you hold, the work yon do or the business you nre in. you are responsible. As nn employee of a mnnufiu-Hirinjplant you are a part of it; you must do good work, you must he sold on the product made or you are Bred The better the work you do, the mure you iiuike. As a part of your town the same Is true. You shiiuld know about your town It is yours,, and what you do goes to make It a good town, a progressive town, or a bum town. You may think your town is not a good town may be it isn't ; maybe it Is "ohl-f.tsloned," maybe It has "just growed" but what have you done to make ti any different? A town is just as bias the people In It, and you are tin people ! It Is not the opinion and habits ot the few shining lights that make u community. True, there must he le.id ers, but when big Industries eon:;iilei your towu for local ion of a new t Investment In present enter prises, etc., It is the people in ;vn eral they are Inoet Interested in you and all the other people li'.e Anderson Herald. A very pleasant surprise in the form ot a shower wag given Mrs. R. Dillon Frailer last Wednesday night by the members of her Sunday School class. Many useful presents were bestowed upon the bride. ReThe folfreshments were served. lowing were present: Blanche Bos-we- ll, Oneita Boswell, Oneita Bowles, Reva Chase, Phil Garrett, Jessie Melda. Mecham, Vickers, Donna Sperry, Maurlne Wilson, Lorraine Saunders, David Salisbury, Dorothy Johnson, Katherine Wright, Bean, and Don Bowles. Enid When In Sutton's Cafe "A Good Place To Eat" ladies Rest Room In Connection The students of the Seminary are sponsoring their annual Seminary Problems. x ball at tbe Arlington Hall Friday night, November Ziud. This dance bas become an annual 8ervlce to World War veterans la ball and is looked forward to with snd for veterans, a hospital, great real oi anticipation. Ibis for dependent families of botb called year the students are aiming to pur for expenditures of $738,000 by the chase an electric projecting machine, with the dance. American Red Cross during the jreat This tbe proceeds trout machine carries with it 3200 lust ended. In addition. Red Crost pictures taken from the Old and New Chapters spent $1,963,000 In veterso testament ot tbe Bible and depicts relief, and also for men still la service every important event and character of tbe Bible. As tuese events are Although eleven years have passed covered in class work thty will be since the Armistice, there remain illustrated to tbe students, thus 25.500 disabled and sick veterans ot aiicrdlug them the opportunity ot a work ot mental picture the the World War In hospitals, and tbr gutting studied. peak of the number who will require the Besides pictures, there hospitalization Is not expected b) are six specialregular lectures which coma Veterans Bureau authorities to be with the machine that can be reached until 1947. For these men into the ditlcrent wards ot the stake, tor special programs. the Red Cross must continue Its serv It is the plan ot the students to Ice of providing recreation and com illustrated Lectures on get special forts, according to James L. Fleser. the history ot the Church and vice chairman of the Red Cross. archoeloglcal findings to prove the "Under Its Charter from Congress, Book ot Mormon, from the Presiding the Red Cross Is required to maintain Bishops and present these as programs in the Tabernacle on Sunday service for veterans of wars and tot evenings. the men still in tbe service," Mr The students also are desirous ot Fleser said. Tbe funds for this work purchasing a Frans Lux Daylight come from tbe annual roll call mem Screen which will enable them to see the pictures in the as well bersblp fees. la addition to tbe sum as at night. They daytime, also wil need a lth tbe metal stand to hold their machine. spent la maintaining contact This seeing a worthy project and veterans, tbe Red Cross expended $308,000 In Its service to tbe men still on that will do much good in the it is hoped that the in tbe regular Army, Navy and Marine stake and ot the Seminary will support patrons Corps. The society and a majority of tue movement by purchasing tickets Its 3,500 chapters handle claims foi trom the students when thay aro these men for Insurance, compensation approached. Remember the date is Friday and other benefits tbey ar entitled to November 22 at the Arlingnight, neces under the law. and also where ton Hall. The price will be 76c per wry arranges to provide tor depen couple and 25c for extra ladies. dents of the men. "Red Cross workers are maintained l"OISOX SKT OUT FOR la forty-eigh- t Veterans Rureau Hos POIMTPIXES TREES HURT pltals, as well as in all regulnr Army and Navy hospitals, whose duty It Is Scott Zimmerman, of the Bioto supervise recreational facilities foi the patients, and to provide small com logical Survey, with headquarters at Salt Lake 'City, spent Wednesday in torts. In the Army and Navy Hos McCune Canyon behind Mount Nebo. pltals, the workers also do social serv Mr. Zimmerman and Forest Kanger Ice for the patients. These tasks also A. P. Christiansen, spent the day are performed at all Ar-rPonts and putting out baits to kill the porcuthat have been doing considerNavy Ports by Red Cross workers, and pine, able damage to the Western Yellow In addition Red Cross representatives Pine in that area. to handle claims are established at tbe The bait used is salt and strychmajority of Veterans Bureau regional nine, and is placed in a hollowed out offices." block of wood, and placed in the top Mr. Fleser urged that all citizens of the pines, that the porcupines are enroll In the Roll Call, from Arml3l!ct damaging. Mr. Zimmerman was very well Day to Thanksgiving Dev. n'.iiembei pleased with the condition of the 11 to 28. In order to a id In supporting pines in general in the McCune canthis work. yon area. iiiii (..'4. NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR RADIO INSTALLED! We Have No Old Stock. All Are New SCREEN GRID SETS. iill faff Football Copyrighted, 1928 For stamina, vigor, and vitality drink more miik. It gives the boys pep and push that counts for so mrch in the fourth quarter. Stay with them boys and don't forget the game isn't over until the final whistle blows. MEADOWBRDOK DAIRY CROSLEY, AMRAD ANn AUTOMATIC IOMC 8 a niSTA i CHRISTMAS CARDS Our Christmas Cards Are the Best We Have Ever Had. Even the 5c Cards Have Beautiful Lined Envelopes. "It Call and See Them I's To I'louso You" Plciiwos y NEW CROPS IN FLOODED STATES BRING PROSPERITY Tbe introduction of new babita oi planting, following the Mississippi Vsl ley flood of 1927, baa orought edded prosperity to farmers in nia.tr ot tbe Mississippi Delta countits, according to Red Cross officials. Almost every cabin bas a fine, vege table garden, whereas cotton formerly grew right to the doorstep, the Red Cross states. The home demonstration and agricultural agents ttve followed up the project Inaugurated by tbe Red Cross, Immediately after the flood ol 1927, with very gratifying success There is a large acreage la Torn whereas formerly cotton was tbe one crop. Alfalfa has gained a Arm foot hold, and the growing of this crop Is bringing good financial returns tom the three or four cuttings each year Live stock also is showing Improve ment due to these new crops. Everything considered, the Delta sections which escaped a backwater problem in the Spring of 1929 are lu a prosperous condition, s a result oi the follow-uand rehabilitation by the American Rad Cross. this year to BOYS FINGERS ARE HURT Three giant caps have been picked up in the southeast part of Nephi by children of that part oJ- town during the past few days, and one of the boys, Dean Phillips, who did not know what one of them was, attempted to remove the powder from the casing, and it exploded, and badly damaged his fingers on his left hand. It was reported that number ot these caps were stolen from a construction job in the canyon some time ago, and this is the first ones that have been found. Anyone finding any of the dangerous caps, should notify the marshal, so that an inspection can be made of the area in which it was found, due to the dangerousness of giant caps. - CLASSIFIED FOR RENT THREE OR FOUR Rooms. See Mrs. D. K. Brown. Watch for Mr. and Mrs. 1829, Mr. and Mrs. 1929 in novelty dance numbers at ,the Old Time Part, given by the Ladies Literary Club, Wednesday, November 20th. Ne.w Hampshire. The de so close between New Hampshire and Vermont that It bunt In the balance for a time. California ranked third In the honor l.st ..id Con necticut fourth. A final tabulation of figures of th Men or Women to work full or the time spare demonstrating ROLLER HUBBARD "MOTHER No rubbing, no WASH BOARD." lame backs, no metal to tear clothing Indorsed by and scratch hands. 'Good House Keeping.' For further 1938 Roll Call showed a naion-wlinformation write to the Home membership of 4,127,946. The bannei Supply Company, 413 Felt Bldg., rests with New Hampshire, where It b Salt Lake City, Utah. It hung U :li9 State House, until tbt l29 Roll Call held between Armls FOR RENT FOUR ROOM FUR nished Apartment, Modern. Phone ties Da) and Thanksgiving DayIt 141J. tf completed and new figutea available for the 192a winuer. WHY FREEZE? Old Man Winter seems to be with us but there is no reason why you FIVE RED CROSS CAMPS be comfortable. Install yourHOUSE FLOOD REFUGEE: can't self in one of our cozv steam heated 'rooms at either the New Hotel or the A total ot 27.791 persons were main Annex. Low Winter rates. THE ialned by the American Red Croat FORREST HOTEL COMPANY. In camps or in their own homes iu FOR ORDERS YOUR the three States of Alabama. Oeorglp PLACE and Florida, following tbe disastrous Thanksgiving Turkeys with Kenfloods of early last Spring. Fv neth Blackett or George H. Ostler, tf camps were organized, of which foui BUSINESS PAY FOR RENT were Iq Alabama and one In Florida Jesse Pay, Nephi, or Building Small temporary camps were set ri tf phone 334J. Iq various places in addition to thf-sIn Ibe tb not sheltered KEPT FOR CHESTER persons SERVICE bqt five main camps soon were able to re White Boar At Kenneth Black-ett'- s tt corral. 'urn home or to friends and relatives Red Cross nurses were at nil tl" us Let have your order for your a camps, assisting the Slate bes'tb Morgan's ruonties in care ot tne sich sua u Thanksgiving Turkey Market. tuaculatiag against epidemics clslon was Central School Phone 294W --X-Ray GAS ANESTHESIA TARDINESS DR. P. L, JONES Christensen, 6th Grade A During the past few weeks there havo been a number of children late, tardiness has increased considerably We have received such excuses as, The clock stopped and we didn't hear the bell." Perhaps it Is the cold weather, but let us try to come earlier. The school is going to give a contest for tardiness and would like all the parents to help get their to school earlier every children The grade percentages morning. Cazier 5 per cent; for last wek: 6 6B per cent; 5A 9 per cent; 2A 12 per cent; 5B 16 per cent; Sperry 22 per cent; 3 B 23 per cent; 4A DENTIST By Alice Up-Stai- rs GM.NT CAPS ARK FOUND RED CROSS HONOR FLAG Watch for the B. P. W. Cake Sale Come 23rd. GOES TO NEW HAMPSHIRE Saturday, November early and get your pick. The honor flag, given annually to Our Christmas Cards are the best the State which enrolls the greatest we have ever had. Even the 5c cards percentage of its population as mem have beautiful lined envelopes. Call ber. ot the American Red Cross, went and see them. Ord & Mangelson. d Provo Eat At Men Are All p . Ask for Levi's NEXT FRIDAY Service and SJ SEMINARY BALL uen Pickwick offers I he moat convenient travel way for local service. nnd nut low fares, comfortably Nov. 10, 20, 21 AT POPULAR PRICES PAGE FIVH able-bodie- d H R. NEPHI, UTAH S, IS RED GROSS PLEDGE Helped in Wm. Haines 'SPEEDWAY' TUE.-WED.-THU- TIMES-NEW- AID FOR VETERANS Motor Coach & SAT. Nov. THE 14, 1929 Over Ord & Mangelson Drug Store Mona School 29 percent; 6 A. 38 per cent;'4 B Armistice Day was fittingly cele- 40 per cent. brated in the Mona school by ap propriate exercises being held at Nephi, Utah, Nov. 13, 1929 some time during the day in each Mother and Father: oi the rooms. Earl Green, who Dear EducaThis week is "American served in the navy during the war, Each year the week Week." and Hugh Sperry, who saw action tion comes in is callin northern France and Belguim, that Armistice Day Week. The American talked to the four upper grades dur ed Education the schools to make a ing the afternoon. They related Legion helps the week. This is the human interest stories of their ex- program for the week: periences during their enlistment. program forNov. 11 Armistice Day, Monday, They told of some of the horrors Education for Faithful Citizenship. of war as well as some of the more Nov. 12 Home and Tuesday, humorous incidents that happened School Day, Education for Worthy t them. The pupils were thrilled by these close up contacts with the ex- Home Membership. Wednesday, Nov. 13 Know Your men and periences of these an enjoyable and instructive two School Day, Education for the Tools, Technics and Spirit of Learning. hours was spent in their company. Thursday, Nov. 14 School Op- portunity Day, Education for Voca- -' ' The school recently received aa a tional and Economic Effectiveness. Nov. 15 Health Day, Friday, souvenir a piece of wood taken from the roof of the White House after Education for Health and Safety. 112 years of service in that historic Saturday, Nov. 16 Community-DayEducation for the Wise Use oi This wood, taken from building. the White House in 19 27 was placed Leisure. in the building during the adminiSunday. Nov. 17 For God and stration of James Madison, our Country Day, Education for Ethical fourth president, as repairs were be- Character. The theme for this week is, "What ' ing made to the building after its the Schools do to Improve the burning by the British during the Home." War of 1812. The souvenir was Some of the things we can do to through the courtesy of the National Lumber Manufacturer's As- improve the home are to speak good English, do thiners to help our parsociation. ents in their work, run errands and . We must pet a good The Hallowe'en party given at the study hard. school last Friday evening was education and obey the laws. There still many more things we can thoroughly enjoyed by all the- are . puyiis. u Hosts ana gouiins were do. With lots of love,' Weird very much In evidence. Your son, games were played and weird stories JOHN GOBLE A good .program was given 6th A told. which after refreshments were served. "Know Your School Day" The school has decided to put on iMiss Menzies asked me to have a an operetta before Christmas. The responsibility of carrying out this speech on 'Know Your School Day'd School is one of the most import-anpart of the program has been placed upon Mr. Gardner who has charge of things in the world for us. It the music work. It is hoped that teaches us writing, arithmetic and . For boys to make ; we will be able to produce something other subjects. at little articles that are handy that is really worth while. home. The girls can make their It November the own clothes md other things. 7th, Thursday, "Lucky 13" club entertained at the teacher us to be true and fair with home of Belva Menzie in honor of the boys and girls when playin? her birthday. The time was spent games. We should show our respect in making candy and telling experi- to our parents and teachers. It teaches us to have peace and to ences. Those present were: Irene Cooper, Marie Kendall, Reva Vlck-er- s, becourteoug at home as well as at Marion Christensen, Donna school. It shows us how to keep We have better Belliston, Alice Ord, .Marjorle Lunt, our home cleaner. Helen Chase, Aline Elison, Eunice health habits when we go to school, Brough, Florence Belliston, Marjorie such as brushing our teeth every keeping our Lomax, Margaret Crapo, Sponsor morning and night, Miss finger nails clean and our clothes Melba Dastrup, Miss Jones, Madsen and honored guest, Belva as well as our bodies. WANDA INGRAM Menzie. Club Reporter Helen Chase 6th A , I "