J4 UTAH'S INDUSTRIES NEED YOUR : SUPPORT J WW Xcphi, Juah Canity, Utah. Thur.lay, Nov. The Times, Vol. 21, No. 47 Gill 10 G ROWERS HOLD MONDAY, IIV. 23 in 2 P. M. Wade, secretary of Grain Growers Inc., will be present to discuss the national system of grain cooperatives which has been established under the Agricultural Marketing Act. All you who have questions or doubts in your minds as to the desirability of cooperative marketing of grain are particularly urged to be present at this meeting. All farmers and other who may be interested in the success of agriculture are Invited to attend. We all believe in united effort that "in union there is strength." We have witnessed the power that has come to the laboring man through organization. He was once as much at the mercy of others as unorganized agriculture, has heretofore been. Through organization American labor holds a position of We have power in the country. seen the success of the poultrymen in their cooperative marketing and buying organization. Fruitgrowers of California have made a remarkable success of their cooperatives. Dairymen, vegetable and produce growers and others have established records in cooperation. With a commodity such as grain there should be no reason for doubt that the grain grower can do as well or better in marketing his crop through his own agency as the fruit grower, youltry-madairyman and others. Central Utah Grain Growers Inc. have already procured the construction of a hundred-thousan- d bushel warehouse at Nephi which has helped this year to secure a price of ten to twenty cents per bushel than the export price for Juab Valley wheat. Let us have all graingrowers of Nephi, Mona, Levan and Mills present at this meeting to get first hand information as to the operations of the great national farmers selling agency which has been set up. CENTRAL UTAH GRAIN GROWERS INC. W. Inter-mounta- in n, All members of the Juab County were present at the Commission reKUlur monthly meeting held last Taxes become delinquent at noon on November 30th, and all taxes not paid by that date shall be subject to penalty of three per cent of the amount of said taxes, if payment is made after delinquent date. Tax sales will be made on all pro perty not paid on or before December 21, 1931, as provided by law. Tax monies are coming in good, acording to Mabel D. Christison, County Treasurer, considering the fact that 1931 has been an exceptional hard year for taxpayers to get any ready cash, but it is expected that a number of taxpayers will wait until the final day before they make the nayment, as has been the case other years. The county treasurer reports that a number of the taxpayers who pay large a- mounts in taxes always wait until the final day bfore they remit their tax money. SOUTH WARD R. S, TO HEAR SPECIAL TALK Ft. Green News f - f ' Taxes Delinquent On November 30 . rd t ... ,i i -- m .i ORDERS have been issued by th Department that do one shall be permitted to operate an airplane unless the plane haa been licensed by that department. In this way It la hoed the number of accidents may be greatly decreased. The officials of various states are j; their best to enforce this ruling. Our photo-grup- h shows Lieut. T. M. Hughes of the New York state police who Is stationed at Roosevelt field to warn pilots against flying unlicensed pliines. About November 1 he will begin making arrests, and the penalty Is S100 fine or 90 days n m n1 do-lii- iiwiiimiii ,in' nijrrir ,nciimmsmm in STAKE Barnett Gives Good Talk To Riwanians jail CONFERENCE ON NOVEMBER "Camp Fort Wall" Is Now Fully Organized 28 - 29 Juab Stake quarterly conference will convene November 28 and 29. The first meeting will be Saturday Owen L. Barnett gave an instru- evening at 7.30 p. m. This is a The Daughters of the Utah Pionctive talk on education before the stake Priesthood conference. All eers of the Fort Wall camp met last Kiwanis Club at their weekly meet- quorum presidencies are requested Friday, November 13, at the home of by President A. H. Belliston to make Daughter Lizzie Black. ing Monday. The life His discourse was along lines of special effort to have all quorum history of James Robert Black was how the youth through education members present at all sessions.' Reed Black given by Mrs. Black. was prepared to find his niche in gave some comic remembrances from life, by being prepared to overcome life of the his granafather, and obstacles which roquired thought iteitn Eiack read several poems and ability. written by Grand-fathBlack. A Mr. Barnett said in part: "The dance was given by Rhea Black, acyouth of today are prone to take companied by Daughter Melba. Valuable StoTras Fall counsel from their parents or elders, because of the fact that the rapid pace that people have been traveling the past few years, has had a tenedency to upset the metal thereby subjecting the mind to unpulsive thinking, with the result, the youth has felt the Ideas and counsel of elders is of the old days and does not apply to him in particular. Although this fact is apparent, we of the schools believe we are getting close to the boy and girl of today through the varied and extensive activities carried on in the schools. The program is mapped and carried foreword with the uppermost thought in our minds of how much this activity will achieve." LeRoy Whitehead presided as the chairman. Miss Marie Kendall rendered a pleasing piano solo. Geo. V. Ord won the attendance prize as the result of the actual winner not being preesnt, nor the potential second choice. To the members of Kiwanis who are not attending meetings, we wish to say that you are missing some fine luncheons. Kiwanis Publicity Committee No Information Received On Postoffice Contract No information has reached Nephi as yet, whether or not Bernt-so- n Bros, contractors of Salt Lake City, who were the lowest bidders for the government post office building to be built at Nephi had been awarded the contract. The dispatch in the Salt Lake Tribune sj;ated that Berntson Bros, had put in a bid for a little less than $52,00-0.0but at that time nothing definite was announced, and so far nobody here has received any information about the letting of the 0, contract. Kiwanis Club To Sponsor Charity Ball In December The Board of Directors of the local Kiwanis club announce that a big "CHARITY BALL" will be held early in December, the entire proceeds to be turned over to local Relief Societies for the purpose of providing Christmas pheer for the needy. Final plans have not been to date, but will be announced through the press later. ed Annual Reunion Planned Fg .thanksgiving Day 1 The North Ward annual reunion will be held Thursday, November 26, Day in the ward House. A banquet for the adults of ward will begin at 5:30 P. M. followed by a dance to which the general public Is invited. A banquet ror the children will be held Frl- day, November 27, at 12 o'clock noon. A children's dance will Immediately follow. During the past week valuable storms have fallen in Juab Valley and in the adjacent mountains, and is one of the most valuable storms received here in many years. The snow is exceptionally deep in the mountains for this time of the year, and is generally throughout the entire state. The fall grains and winter ranges have been greatly improved by the storms. One thing about the recent snow which makes it more valuable is the fact that it rained before the snow fell, and the ground was wet and not frozen, and according to dry farmers generally figure that the wheat will grow under the snow if the ground is not frozen. Friday, at which time the regular business matters of the county were taken cure of. and in addition several special matters were handled. A contract was signed by the commission for the printing of the county tax notices for the years 1932 and 1933 with the New Century Printing Company of Provo for the sum of $355.00 per year. This firm has been printing the tax notices for a number of years, and for several years past they have been printing the property descriptions on the notices. The above contract is for both printing the notices and also punting the descriptions on the notices, and Is considered an excellent contract for the county. Commissioner June Kendall was anointed to represent Juab County at the annaul meeting of the Nephi Irrigation Co., which will be held in December. Three fire extinguishers were purchased by the board, for use in the county court house. Y Faculty Member Talks To Ladies Through the efforts of the Ladles Literary club, the women of Nephi were invited to an unusually interesting meeting held In the city hall, last Tuesday, at which time Miss Vllate Elliott of the B Y. U. faculty delivered a lecture on "Japanese and Chinese Women, Their Habits and Customs." Miss Elliott appeared in costume and at the close of the lecture, exhibited some rare laces, linens, and silksl gathered during her recent world tour. Miss Evelyn Brough gave a vocal number, accompanied by Miss Eun-iec- e Brough. Mrs. J. M. Chrlstensen will act as hostess to the club November 23 Golden. "The Escalante Trail" was given by Daughter Ida P. Belliston. Musical numbers were furnished by Daughter Melba Golden and Ruth Anderson. Twenty-fiv- e daughters, including two county officers, Kate Bowles and Ruby Carter were present. The Camp is now fully organized as follows: Captain, Nellie S. Cowan; 1st Vice Captain, Elizabeth T. Ostler; 2nd Vice Captain, Ida P. Belliston; Secretary, Josephine Stephenson; Treasurer, Anna G. Ostler; Registrar, Mattie H. Vickers; Historian, Charlotte A. Howard; Custodian of Relics, Elsie P. Wood; Chorister, Etta P. Phillips; Chaplain, Elizabeth J. Linton; Organist, Louise C. Vickers; Publicity Chairman, Amy O. Warner; Parliamentarian, Ella S. Cowan; Program Committee, Lizzie R. Black, Lillian S. Goble, Leah P. Latimer, Sadie P. To Be A Relief Matinee Admission Can-Of-Fo- Saturday, Novmber 21, at 2.30 P. M. will be given at which the admis sion will be a can of food of a bot tle of home bottled fruit. The purpose of the matinee is to help raise food for the needy of Juab Stake. All receipts will be turned over to the Juab Stake Re lief Society for distribution. Admission charge will be a can or bottle of food of any kind. Pork and Beans, peaches, pears or soup, or whatever you have. No money will be taken at the door. The picture will be that rip-roing comedy "Caught Short" with Marie Dressier and Polly Moran. ar 25th Wedding Day Commemorating the twenty-fift- h anniversary of their marriage Bis hop Albert E. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Heber E. McPherson entertain ed Wednesday, November 18. Members of the immediate famil ies and a few close friends of the hosts and hostesses enjoyed a dinner at the McPherson home in the afternoon. The dining room was bright with a profusion of fall flowers. Silver candlesticks and tall silver vases holding chryanthe-mum- s in shades of orchid adorned the large dining table. Guests at the dinner were as follows: Mrs. Irene Smith of American Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Horace E. Monson of Pleasant Grove, Mrs. J. R. McPherson, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garrett, Mr. and Mrs. Albert E. Sells, Mr. and Mrs. N. A. Neilson, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Orme, Mr. and Mrs. James B. Riches, Mr. and Mrs. Mark L. Sowby, Mr. and Mrs. Seth McPherson, Miss Bertha McPherson, Miss Lulu McPherson and Miss Estelle McPherson all of Nephi. Assisting in serving were Alyth Bigler Ethel and Mildred McPherson, Clarissa and Jessie Mecham. In the evening a reception and dancing party was held in North ward amusement hall attended by 350 invited guests. The hall was effectively decorated in Japanese ideas. Music for the occasion was furnished by William Sperry of Salt Lake City and other musicians of JtJ0!,: vviui mm licit. ianvco years ago were enjoyed. Mr. and Mrs. Smith were married in Salt Lake City on October 3rd 1906. Mrs. Smith before her riage was Miss Minnie DePriest. Both Mr. and Mrs. Smith were for-tmer resident of Manassa, Colorado, They have lived in Nephi for the past ten years, Mr. Smith has been county agricultural agent for Juab County during that time. Mr. and Mrs. Heber McPherson (Continued on page eight) he No. 47 Levan News Legion Auxiliary Have Installation Ceremonies On Wednesday evening at the City Hall a very interesting and impress ive meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary was held when forty-Tomembers of the organization were Initated into the Auxiliary. Presi dent Ruth Howells, assisted by vice presidents Olga Forrest and Laura Morgan, Chaplain Elizabeth Warr, and past president Elnora Foote conducted the Initation ceremony. Each member was presented with a small American Flag. After the ceremony the following splendid program was given: vocal solo, "By The Waters of Minneton ka," Mrs. Mabel Lunt; instrumental selections "A Poem" and "Alt Wein' Mrs. Lola Jensen. Games and light refreshments completed the evening. ur Road Work Progressing On Unemployment Project ARE II! BE First of Series Concerning Taxation Problems Of Utah Is Released By Tax Commission of State (Editor's Note. The subject of taxes Is of serious Importance to our readers at this time of the year. The State Tax Commission has pre pared a series of five articles which we consider of Interest and of educational value. One will appear each week in The Times-News- .) FOR CONTROL TIME IS AT HAND General property taxes In Utah become deliquent in December. The majority of the taxpayers profess to be painfully aware of the fact. Not so many taxpayers appear to realize that of anything is to be done in the way of effective reduction of the tax bill falling due the following November, December is the time when it should be done. Yet It is in December that the program for public expencuctures by counties, cities and towns is made up. School districts make up their annual programs or budgets for thefical year beginning July 1, each Jue. If the expenditures are on the program so made up, the money will in all probability be spent. And the chief, if not the only way In which counties, cities towns and school disricts may raise funds to pay their expenditures Is through the general property tax. The programs fixed in December and June, therefore, fix the levies which are collected the following November. It is useless to hold September mass meetings and declaim agai nst the tax levies when. the money has already been spent-It Is a waste of time to attempt tax reduction through reduction in the assessed valuation of porperty. If the expenditure has been made. reduced assessed valuation means simply an Increased levy. But it is worth while to study the budget before they are approved. And it is time well spent for prop erty owners to meet with their representatives in public offices and determine what money should be spent the coming year. In May the taxpayer receives a notice from the county treasurer of the vaulation which has been placed on his property for taxation purpos es. He may protest to the county board of equalization. If the assessor is capable and concientious, the (Continued on Page Eight) GET ELK ON NEBO AREA TWENTY-EIGH- T Twenty-eigelk have been kill ed in the Nebo District during the past ten days, according to reports received at this office, and there are seven hunters, having permits, who were unable to get their Elk. The time limit on hunting Elk has been extended for five days, thus giving the permittees that much more time to get their Elk. Nephites getting their Elk on the Nebo range are: Russell Hawkins, Earl Neilson, and Willis Bryan. It is reported that A. F. Bracken has killed his Elk in the Logan mountains. ht Neilson. Nephites Celebrate ' vtxVl'zx Mill er In Juab Valley 12, Juab County Board FIVE ARTICLES OH Holds Regular Meet You I like "The Mining of New Friends" based on Overstreet's "Influencing Human Behavior" will be the sub ject of the Social Service lesson to to given by Mrs. Elsie Belliston in the South Ward Relief Society meeting Tuesday, November 24, according to Mrs. P. N. Anderson, whe is in charge of the work in this deJOSEPH SMITH TO BE partment. The lesson proves to be THEME OF MEETING of special interest and an invitation is extended to all members of the The Juab Stake Seminary will ward to be in attendance. present Sunday evening at 7.30 in the Tabernacle the program that was given in Sanpete county last Sunday. Following are the numbers to be given: prayer, John Leavitt; SelectThe people of our community ion, Girls' Chorus, "Prayer Perfect"; cornet solo, "The Lost Chord," Ray- v ere shocked to learn of the death mond Jackson; reading, "Our Prop- of Mrs. Claude Livingston age 45, of het," Alice Ord; short talk, "Was Rupert, Idaho, on November 16th. Joseph Smith Qualified For His following an operation for appenCatherine Bowles: Work," girls' dicitis. She is a daughter of the chorus, "A Little Old Garden"; sax late Mr. and Mrs. Nephi Robertson. aphone solo, "Waltz Llewelllyn,1 She is survived by her husband and Rulon Brough; talk, "The Meaning fdlir children and the following of Joseph Smith's First Vision," brothers and sisters Emma Madsen Douglas Burton; musical reading, and Kate Madsen of Fountain "The Story of A Song," Maureen Green, Hyrum Robertson of Salt Kendall; talk, Joseph Smith Judged Lake, Lavina Madsen of California, By His Accomplishments," Irene Ed Robertson of Paul, Idaho, Josie Olpln; Piano solo, Marie Kendall; Anderson of Overton, Nevada, Effie talk, "Joseph Smith, The Prophet," Rasmussen of ;Rupert, Idaho, and Supt. Owen L. Barnett; girls' chorus her twin sister Clara Wilcox of Twin "We Ever Pray For Thee"; closing Falls, Idaho. Mrs. Minnie Olson, hymn, "Praise To The Man"; pray Birdie Hansen, Mrs. Myrtle Livinger. Martha Howard. ston of Fountain Green and Arthur The chosen theme of the program Livingston of Spanish Fork left on A Modern Is "Joseph Smith, Prop Monday for Rupert, Idaho, where het." All participants will graduate the funeral services were held on this year from the Juab Stake November 18th. Both Mr. and Mrs. Seminary. Livingston were former residents of Fountain Green and the entire famhas the sympathy of their many Adult Class of Nephi Ward ily friends here. The many friends of Mrs. Delilah Enjoys Party Last Tuesday Coombs were surprised to learn of Delightful in every respect was her marriage on November 10th at the social held in the oia Dame Fly, Nevada to Leslie Symns of They left Saturday for building by the Adult class or the Moroni. Monht want Armroxlmatelv fifty McGill, Nevada where he has emguests were present, which shows ployment. They have the best wishthat the Nephi ward aauits are en- es of everyone for their future sucthusiastic with the lesson outlined cess and happiness. A most interesting and Instructive Thfl Juniors and Van thia mar was held Friday afternoon guards also held a very successful meeting party at the home of Mrs. Katen at the city community hall by the Bowles. Making candy, and pop-nin- Ladles Auxiliary Woolgrowers. A nnm wfri the diversions at the program was given after which reparty, while the freshments were served. A large adults played progressive games, number of ladies were in attendance. nrhtnh delicious refreshments oft A delightful afternoon was spent were served La Von Harris reporter Wednesday by the Ladles Literary club at the home of Mrs. Sarah Sunday School Union A most enjoyable pro Augason. gram was rendered after which a Meeting Next Sunday delicious hot dinner was servea. All The regular monthly Union meet- the members, excepting two, were ing of the workers in the Sunday present and special guests were her Rrhonls of Juab Stake will be held in sisters: Mrs. Caroline M. Hansen, Mrs. Minnie the North Ward Amusement Hall at Mrs. Emma Huggins, 2 p. m. Sunday, November 22. This Anderson and Mrs. Kate Anderson Fred, the 11 year old son of Mrs anouncement was made Thursday School Guymon, received a gash in Lyda Stake SuperintenSunday by (Continued on page eigntj dent O. L. Barnett. Junior-Vangua- The News, Vol. 1931 19, lime Your Plane Licensed Before three thousand dollars has been distributed this week to livestock men and farmers for the pnr)OM.' of buying feed for their animals during the coming winter. There has been about fifteen lojal farmers who have received checks ranging from $30.00 to $300.00. This money was received from the government at the low rate of 5 per cent interest and is loaned to the live stock men for a period of one year. The final da'.e for the receiving of applications for loans has been set at December 1, and County Agent A. E. Smith states that all ap plications for loans must be made with the local committee on or before November 25, in order that the committee may inspect the stock, and certify to the applications, and get them into Grand Forks. North Dakota, by December 1st. There are a number of livestock men of this county who have made application for loans, but have not yet received their checks. The checks that have been received have arrived during the past few days. SumeUiing TO THE GRAIN GROWERS OF JUAB COUNTY: A public meeting will be held at the Juab County Court House at Nephi on Monday, November 23 at Jesse Farmers Receive Checks For Feed Jesse W. Wade, Secretary Grain of Growers To Speak At Meeting In Court House Inter-Mounta- UTAH'S INDUSTRIES NEED YOUR SUPPORT Following is the program for the Sunday School conference, to be held in the ward chapel Sunday November 22. Opening song, "Oh, It Is Wonderful"; Prayer; Song, Haste To The Sunday School." Preliminary excercises. The theme of the confer ence is "Sunday Sshool and Life.' Song, Kindergarten department, Talk, "We need Your Guidance", by Maurine Powell; Song, Primary de partment; Talk, "A Testamony -- my Anchor", member of the New Tes tament department; Song, Book of Mormon department; Talk, "The In spiration of a Personified Ideal, Bessie Benedict; Talk, "What Sun day School Teaching brings into the Home," Mildred Chrlstensen; Talk, "Sunday School Blessings in Ret rospect." Don Agard. Talk, "My Pr ivlidge, My Responsibility," Thelia Wankier; Remarks, Supt. Nephi Ne ilsen. Closing song, "Thanks for the Sabbath School." Mr. and Mrs. Christian Winter and family and S. P. Taylor motor ed to Provo Thursday. Everett Wood and Verl Worwood retured home Thursday night from Salt Lake City, where they had been on business. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrin Bosh and family of Salt Lake spent Sunday and Monday with Mr. and Mrs. The work of regraveling the 11 mile stretch of state highway between Chicken Creek hill and the Millard County line is progressing in a satisfactory manner, according A. Bosh. Mrs. Frank Ballow and Mrs. Carl to reports from those in charge of work. The. storm which fell during Ballow of Caliente, Nevada spent a the past week has not slowed up few days of this week with friends here. the work. The Sunday School is sponsoring a big dance Saturday night, Nov. 21 the amusement hall. Chill will Russell Hawkins Donates In be sold and a chance on a Thanks Elk For City's Needy giving turkey will be given with each dish bought. The proceeds will one Russell Hawkins, of Nephi's be used to purchase leaflets for the big game hunters, succeeded in Sunday school. recent at Elk his the Mr. and Mrs. Royal Peterson of hunt, getting and after bringing the animal to Salt Lake spent Sunday with Mr, Reto to It decided the and Mrs. Peter Wankier and other give Nephi, lief Societies of the three wards of relatives. One of the big attractions of the Nephi, as his contribution to the poor and needy. The animal dres- season will be the show In the ward sed three hundred pounds, which amusement hall Monday, Nov. 23 will make thirty ten pound pieces This show consists of three, one-a- ct of Elk. plays, "Tombs" under the direction of Mrs. Thela Wankier; "In The William Starr was a Salt Lake Secret Places," under the direction visitor last week end, (Continued on page eight) Court of Honor Convenes On Sunday, December 6th The regular monthly Court of Honor of Juab Stake will be held on Sunday, December 6, at 1 p. m. at the Nephi City Hall, according to Will L. Hoyt, chairman. Chairman Hoyt reports that scout work in the Juab Stake Is progressing in a very satisfactory manner, and troops are organized In all of the wards of the stake, with very scout capable and enthusiastic masters. It is reported that a number of scouts from all of the wards will come before the court of honor at the December 6th session. Juab County Is Free From Bovine Tuberculosis Juab and Rich have been added to the list of Utah counties accredited officially by the United States bureau of animal industry as being free from bovine tuberculosis; it was announced Saturday by Dr. W. H. Hendricks, state veterinarian. Other counties now on the accredited list, a position which has been found to be an asset to the breeders and the users of dairy products, are Cache, Davis, Salt Lake Morgan, Tooele, and Millard. The Business and Professional Women's club met Thursday night at the city hall. A business meeting was held and a variety program given by the members present. The next meeting will be held December 3.