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BIG CHARITY DANCE IN THE ARLINGTON HALL FRIDAY EVENING DEC. 11 -C- OME! 4 I "HELP THE NEEDY" I ! JOIN NEPHI CHARITY CLUB "HELP THE NEEDY" JOIN NEPHI J t Nephi, Juab County, Utah. Thursday. The Times. Vol. 21, NO. 50 MERIT MADGES W J. H. S. Musicians To Give Minstrel BE GIVEN 10 BOY All the boisterous Dec. '7 hi , ng Service Star Legion To Meet On Friday 1887-18S- 8, 1903-190- g, 6. The Charity Bali To End Big Drive 93 fNephi People Donate Liberally Per Cent of Taxes Paid worthwhile and enjoyable institute was held In the Juab Hiph School, Saturday at 1 P. M. at which all the touchers of the Juab School District were in attendance. A delightful musical program was rendered by members of the teaching staff and the ptrls' glee club of the Juab Hlfch School. Miss Little, the Itinerant Red Cross nurse, gave an outline of the work to be accomplished In the district during her three-mont- h stay. A number of routine problems end activities pertaining to the general school program were discussed and some interesting reports of class-roowork and other activities were given by several members of the teaching force. The following is the program for the entire institute: Juab High School Girls' Chorus, Directed by W. L. Martin; prayer, Harry Beagley; community singing. Lead by W. L. Martin; Work of the Red Cross Nurse in Juab School District, Miss Nina Little; The Value of Regular. Faculty Meetings, Carlyle Bralth-wal- t. ANNUAL REPORT That The Underground Water Development Project Ee Vigorously Pushed. Agent Recommends The annual report of extension ork in Juab County for 1931 has Just been completed by County Agricultural Agent A. E. Smith and copies filed In the office of the county clerk. This report presents a rather account of the plans and accomplishments of the cooperative extension work in agriculture and home economics carried out during the year in cooperation with farm ers, farm women, civic clubs, busi ness and religious organizations of the county and the Utah State Agricultural College Extension Spec ialists. Some of the many things accomplished during the year are recorded as follows: Field inspections and contacts made with farmers and operators of harvesters to check on smut control. No smutty wheat found. Assistance was given to 21 farmers to secure better seed grain for planting during the year. Cooperated with alfalfa growers at Mills in the control of Chalcls fly. Three varieties of Sorghum grown and one of Flax planted for test and all gave excellent promise of yields for seed and feed. Samples of commercial fertilizer was secured and distributed to 5 cooperators and in some instances showed good results. Six club leaders were selected in cooperation with the high school and given special training at the Agricultural College at Logan. Eighteen H clubs were organized and carried on work In the county during the year. Of these five were boys clubs, with a membership of 66 in forestry, beef, and sheep club v.ork. Thirteen were girls clubs with a membership of 152 In foods and clothing club work, 90 per cent of all members completed their project work, During the year the foods club members prepared 171 meals under the direction of their leaders and served 742 persons. The clothing clubs record a total of 640 articles of clothing made at a saving of $200 to the members. Two farm account schools were held and fifteen farmers have kept farm records during the year. Three home reading circles were organized with a membership of 40 and 246 books read according to ccontiusd on Page Five) de-tai- le m Well-Plann- in Georgraphy- - and of Checking on Supplementary Reading, Russell Gardner; piano solo, Mrs. Lola C. Jensen; The Use of Character Education Work-book- s, Paul K. Walker; General Problems, Superintendent O. L. Barnett; vocal selection, Evelyn Brough; Washington Activities and Distribution of Bulletins, Supt. O. L. Barnett. Projects Methods M Men Schedule For Stake Drawn The basket ball games In the Juab stake division began on Wednesday evening. The entire schedule from the next games until the close of the season is as follows. First Half 4-- Judge LeRoy Cox has Issued an order, setting the times for holding court in the Fifth Judical District., The first term of court In Juab Co unty for 1932 will convene In Nephi on March 14. Court will open in the respective counties at 2 P. M. with the exception of Washington County, which opens at 10 A. M. for all terms. Days on which persons may be naturalized In Juab County during 1932 have been set as March 15th and October 3rd.. JUAB COUNTY First term, March 14, Law and Motion Day, April 21; Second Term June 6, Law and Motion Day, July 21, Third term, October 3, Law and Motion day, November 1; Fourth term, December 12. WASHINGTON COUNTY First term, January 5, Law and motion day, February 29, Second term, March 28, Law and motion day, June 13; Third term, September 6, Law and motion day, October 10; Fourth term, October 31. IRON COUNTY First term, January 18, Law and motion day, April 4, Second term. April 11, Law and motion day, June 27; Third term August 1, Law and motion day, October 28; Fourth term, November 9. BEAVER COUNTY First term, February 16, Law and motion day, March 26; Second term, May 2, Law and motion day, July 6; Third term, August 22, Law and motion day, October 18; Fourth term, November 21. MILLARD COUNTY First term, March 1, Law and mo tion day, April 22, Second term, May 23, Law and motion day, July 22, Third term, September 19, Law and motion day, October 25, Fourth term, December 5. The Mantl Stake Seminary will present a program Sunday evening In the Tabernacle at 7.30. The pro gram has been arranged through Principal LeRoy Whitehead of the Stake Seminary. Programs from other stake Seminaries will be brought here In the near future. ( . v Dec. 16 North vs Levan, at Le- van, Neplil vs Mona at Mona. Dec. 23 Souh vs Nephi at Nephl, Mona vs. North at Nephl. Dec. 30 Nephl vs Levan at Nephl, Mona vs South at Nephl. Jan. 6 Levan vs Mona at Mona, North vs South at Nephi. Second Half Jan. 13 Levan vs South at Levan, North vs Nephl at Nephl. Jan. 20 North vs Levan at Nephl, Mona vs Nephl at Mona. Jan 27 Nephi vs South, Mona vs North, both at Nephi. Feb. 3 Levan vs Nephi at Levan, South vs Mona at Mona. Feb. 10 Mona vs Levan at Levan. South vs North at Nephi. , D. C. Boswell Buys Page Motor Co. JUDGE COX SETS TERMS OF COURT ed The Page Motor Company of this city has been taken over by D. C, Boswell and will be operated by him In the future. Mr. Boswell has been operating a service station on North Main Street for the past four years, and during that time has received considerable business experience which will help him In operating the larger business. He will continue to operate the North Main Street business In addition to the one formerly operated by Mr. Page. Duke Page has been operating a garage business in Nephi for the past five years and Is considered one of the most successful business men of the community. It is understood that Mr. Page will go Into business In Payson after January 1, 1932. Juab County Employees Donating For Needy Juab County officials and employees are contrublting two per cent of their salaries toward caring for the needy of the county. These will be given during the winter months, and all funds will to each community in be pro-ratthe county, according to the popcon-trultlo- ns ed ulation. Sunday School Conference At South Ward Sunday The annual Sunday School conference of the South Ward will be held in the ward meeting house on Sunday morning next, to begin at 10:00. The meeting will take up the entire time between 10:00 and thus noon, despensing with Sacrament meeting. A diversified program of musical and speech numbers will be presented. n v The News, Vol. A j g, 1931 ss scoots or iiepbi Path-findin- 10, AGENT A. Juab Teachers Hold WATER illlll Married Fifty Years Successful Institute E. SMITH MAKES and "holidayitus" of a real Negro Spiritual wt'l be featured in the minstrel presented by the music department of the Junior and Senior .V A hiph schools Friday. December 18th in the hirh school auditorium, under the (Urection of Wallace L. Martin and Irene Metcalf. Scouts of Group Largest Troubles will be lost on the wines i Ever Presented To Court of son!? or melted before wise cracks f by real southern darkies. of Honor Passed Sunday cracked Rulon Broncli will vainly try to For Scout Work Done. calm the turbulent waters, as interlocutor and will draw forth stories from this Jolly children of nature Thirty Boy Scouts of the three that will add zest and pep to a detroops in Nephi who have success-full- " lightful musical program that will be further interlaced with special passed, the required examinations, came before the Juab Stake acts, including one with some specCourt of Honor at its session Sun- ial black mammies inported from Alabama or somewhere. day afternoon In the city hall. During the course of the evening 5 Forty nine merit badges were . .... tn the hovs who have at The Rainbow Blues Quartet will sing a saxaphone tained the rank of second and first class scouts. The scout work in this quartet will play something bright t stake, under the direction of Brent and fresh while they display someD. Hall i3 progressing in an accept- -, thing dark. Rastus Jordon and Miss Mandy able manner, as was evidenced Sunwill sing two duets, followed day when the large number of boys Green by a few songs of long ago by the came before the court of honor. and chorus and two It is real inspirational to hear Obenezer Llzer Photo by Chapman by a well trained girls' DR. AND MRS. J. A. BOOTH these fine young fellows stand before selections the scout officials and raise their chorus. Much time has been in pre right hand and quote the scout law, paring this presentationspent Dr. and Mrs. J. A. Booth, life-loNephi, and Jay M. Booth, Salt Lake and it re which is as follows: "On my honor of this city will celebrate City. citizens new ac much fine They have thirteen grandpresents talent, I will do my best, 1st. to do my cording to Mr. Martin. their Golden Wedding anniversary children. to and God and country my duty Dr. and Mrs. Booth will be glad next Tuesday, December 15th, at a obey the scout law; 2ndto help Mrs. Jack B. Burns is visiting family dinner at their home at 147 to have their friends call on them other people at all times; 3 to keep this week at the home of her par East, 2nd South Street. Dr. and at their home Tuesday afternoon, myself phisically strong, mentaly ents, Mr. and Mrs. William Burton. Mrs. Booth were married in the En- between two and five o'clock. awake and morally straight." dowment House at Salt Lake City, These young boys are also taught December 15, 1881. GOLDEN WEDDING THOUGHTS .scout laws, which if put into everyDr. Booth was born in Nephi, In Honor of And Dedicated To day life of any young person, would EdDRr AND MRS, J. A. BOOTH September 3, 1862, the son of mean much to him. The boys are win and Ann Mosley Booth, Utah asked to remember the parts of the pioneers of 1849. He has taken an scout law and if asked at any time Memories linger like a sweet per-- " active part in church and communto explain the meaning of any of the fume. of all life. He his affairs during ity twel.ve parts. The Scout law is: A Of cur fifty golden years, void of has served two missions for the L. scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, D. S. church, one to the Indiana strife, The regular meeting of the Ser riendly, courteous, kind, obedient, in and the other Love's beacon light pointing the way cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and vice Star Legion will be held Friday territory To perfect happiness of married to England in the years reverent. day, December 11, at 3:30 in the city For ten years he was one of the life. The following is the list of scouts hall. The following Christmas pro counsel of the 49 Quorum of Sevand the respective troops to which gram has been arranged for the oc enty; for six years Supt. cf the Snares and pitfalls thsji f$f they belong, and the merit badges casion: Group singing, "It a Came Sunday School and was in the Juab uie s way, short Stake Upon The Midnight Clear;" Have held no lure 'gainst love they were awarded Sunday. Superintendency of the SunGeneral and of sketch Lafayette Advanced to First Class scouts, supreme. for twelve years. For 20 Mrs. Laura day School Franklin, troop No. 132, Thomas Hall, Carl Benjamin vocal years he has been a member of the Our life's been filled with sweet consolo, Donna Kirgan; stake Morgan; tent. council. Dr. Booth has Talyor. How Martha and George Wash held ahigh A constantly increasing happy of trust Advanced to second class scouts, ington Spent Their Christmas" Mrs. in this number of positions dream. community one term on troop No. 132 Evan Bryan, Eu- Luiclle clarinet solo, Brough; gene Wilky, Thomas Chappell, Clif- George Parkes, accompanied by the school board and two terms as Martial wrecks encountered on our ford Garbett, Maurice Chapman, Eunece Brough; musical reading, city councilman of Nephi City. Dr. has been one of Nephi's proway, Perry Hall. Troop No. 133, Homer Dreaming in the Twlight" Maur Booth havHelped us to avoid life's lamentJenkins. een Kendall: "Christmas In For- fessional man for many years, able disaster, Merit Badges attained in Troop eign Lands," Mrs. Colin Mayers. ing practiced Dentistry, Mrs. Booth was bom in Nephi, So that now at the end of our gold70. Herman Memmott, Scholarship, Christmas Poems Mrs. Orson Cazier. en years. The public is invited to hear this August 22, 1862, the daughter of Pioneering and First Aid. We are spiritually sealed to each CarThomas Ann Goble and Mary Marit Badges attained in Troop varied Christmas program. At the other the faster. conclusion, letters in the form of a ter, Utah poineers of 1853. She has No. 132. active in Relief Society work Greeting will be given to been Wilmet Barnett, Electricity, Pion- Christmas in the ward in which she lived. Mrs. Now, that we have entered the twimembers all present. light of life, eering, Life Scout. Margan Greenserved in the Primary association Our souls in tune with love's con- wood, Public Health, Poultry Keepfor eighteen years. sumation. ing, Pathfindlng. Carl Taylor, To this union seven children have We'll promote love and peace to Animal Industry and Persix one been and born; daughter those in distress. sonal Health. Thomas Hall, Mrs. H. E. Healy. these sons, being: Which will bring forth Divine apPersonal Health and Animal Salt Lake, John A. Booth, Cedar probation. Industry. Tim Bowers, First Aid to L. Booth and Ralp Arthur City; animals, Bird Study, Athletics, and JE. Booth, San Diego, California; By John Spencer Cooper, Nephi, Ut. Cooking. Maurice Barnett, CarpenDr. L. T. Booth and Paul E. Booth: November 30, 1931 try, and Scholarship, Monte Bailey, The hisr "Charitv Ball' Friday Scholarship. John Ord, Bird Study, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Miner Miss Edna Robbins and daup;ht and Scholarship. Bryan Forrest, evening at the Arlington Hall will guests of Dr. and Mrs. T. W. ers Renee and Charlene of Salt Fathfindiiig, Cycling, and personal end the Charity drive which has were with Lake City spent the week-en- d Health. Max Davis, Personal Health, been conducted during the pas Allred Sunday. Mrs. Robbins parents, Mr. and Mrs. Birdstudy and Animal Industry. ten days- .- Those in charge ot tne Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey spent J. R. Downs. Mrs. Robbins and Don Crtstiansen, Poultry Keeping. dance are desirous that a large in Salt Lake City, children returned to their home Evtin A. Orme, Firemanship, Glen crowd attend, in order that the af- - the week-en- d Andrews, Poultry keeping, and Per :air will be successful. Dance ttcK-e- ts where they transacted business. Monday evening. sonal Health. George Parkes,. Pione have been issued to all those or one dollar and Price donated Allred, have who birdstudy. ering personal Health, Pathfindlng and more in foodstuff or cash. Tf thorp Is anvbodv in NeDhi who Animal Industry. Narman Warren, Poultry Keeping, Harold Warren, desires to donate to this worthy Personal Health and Poultry Keep cause, they can do so Dy caning in or 77, and arrangements will be lng. Merit Badges attained in Troop made to have a man come to the No. 133. (AN EDITORIAL) home, with a ticket for the dance, Paul Russell, Cooking, Woodwork and gather up the supplies that are When It comes to a matter of assisting their neighbors and and Cycling. Jack Pace, Firemanship donated. friends in getting the necessities of life, the people of Nephl are and Personal Health. Dee Sparkes among the most liberal in the world. To back up this statement Personal Health and Firemanship. all we need to do is check up on what the people of this comMona Troop Harry Newell and U. S. A. C. Specialist To munity are doing for the needy this winter. Leslie King to Tenderfoot. Through the leadership of the Kiwanis Club the'Nephl Week Be In Nephi Next Charity Club has been organized and committees appointed to visit the people and receive donations. To date the drive has been very successful, and a large variety of foodstuffs In Seventy-On- e 14 and 15, all who On December addition to cash has been donated by the liberal citizens of are interested In "Directed Home this city. Reading" may have the privlledge It is most gratifying to note that the Juab County officials of hearing Mrs. A. C. Esplin, Exand the Nephl school teachers and other salaried people In tension Specialist on this subject. this community are giving freely of their pay checks. The Meetings will be held as follows: business and professional men are doing their share to keep Agent's office in Court the wolf from the door of those in need In fact, the farmers, Seventy-on- e per cent of the taxes At County 2.30 P. M. and at the city of Juab County were paid by Nov. House,at at sheepmen, poultrymen and people generally who have the 7.30 P. M. Monday, and at means to do so, are donating liberally, so that their friends 30th, according to the records at hall P. M. in the city hall Tuesday. and neighbors, who are without the necesities of life, will be t nffir of the Countv Treasurer. 3.30Mrs. Esplin outlined work last provided for during the winter. In view of the present so called de- year thru reading circles two In pression, this is a very satisfactory Clothing is being donated by various Individuals and orone and which in Eureka, Nephl below the is showing, although it ganizations, medical attention is donated free of charge to the followed with work the and profit taxes generally paid. per cent of needy, in fact almost everything is being done to take care of The delinquent tax list is being enthusiasm. the more unfortunate citizens. new New for outlines books and In The Eureka Reporter All the proceeds from the big charity dance will be turned published Times-New1932 will discussed be Mrs. by Esplin week and s this onH The over to the Relief Societies for distribution to the needy Not and the names project organized. of contains a larger number one cent will be expended for hall, orchestra, light, heat, or than previous years These are all being donated free of charge. advertising. The Charity Drive is a very commendable thing, and the Inheritance Tax Appraisers Kiwanis Club, and those who are donating to the cause, are to Valuable Snow Storms Are Called To Eureka be congratulated for their willingness to give. The distribution of the funds gathered during this drive is Hit Central Utah to be taken care of by the Relief Societies of the three wards of Nephi, and there is no organization we know of that is better The estate of Ella Deprezin was able to dispense funds than this organization. They are In a the Juab by County Considerable snow has fallen in appraised tax position to know who needs help because of their close contact at Eureka with the people. the mountains adjacent to Nephi Monday. The appraisers estate was valued at Tiioutov nitrnt. wemirauaj The people who are donating so liberally will receive their . $47,846-.3Of this 6 $49,236.36 amount, helD mater rovitrh will . reward for assisting such a worth cause, in the fact that they irv.,rfn lliuiaunj, was as cash in banks, for represented know that the funds or foods that are donated are helping the ially toward the water tosupply the snow and the balance as real estate and unfortunate, and we know that all those who receive assistnext year. In addition claims. The Inheritance tax ance during the winter will appreciate what the good people In the mountains, Juab Valley mining fall , iiappraisers of the county are J. M. ir n Rpverai uiuiiea. of Nephl have done for them. Chrlstensen, I. H. Grace and Robert that one of the deepest is Winn. ws uTyears fell In Millard Co. Path-findin- van vnrwr try 12, No. 50 OWNERS HEAR KEPOHTSAT ANNUAL MEETING V. M. Foote Was Reelected President of Board W. F. Brough Reelected V. Pres. Glazier Secretary. The entire system of the Nenhl Irrigation Company Is now equip- ped with cement weirs, which guarantees equal distribution of water. acordlng to a report of President V. M. Foote, made at the annual meeting of the stockholders of the com pany held Monday afternoon at the county court house. The meeting was well attended by the stockhold ers of the company. The financial condition of the company Is very satisfactory, according to the report iade by C. W. Glazier, secretary- treasurer. The election of three members of the board of directors was held at the meeting as follows: Walter F. Brough, and George O. Ostler were for a three year term, and John F. Wright, was elected for a term of two years. Following the annual meeting of the stockholders, the board of dir ectors held a short meeting and reorganized the board with V. M. Foote, being president; W. F. Brough, vice president; C. W. and the Glazier, secretary-treasure- r, following additional members con stitute the board of directors: Jas. B. Riches, George O. Ostler, and J. F. Wright. The report shows that the com pany's total Indebtedness as of Dec. 1931. Is $1,500.00. It further shows that receipts for the year 1931 totaled $5,578.92, with disbursements for the year being $5,578.92. During the year $1,090.18, was spent for labor on ditches, canals and weirs. j The complete financial report follows: RECEIPTS Bal. on hand Dec 1 ,1930 $ 230.16 Rec. from Nephl City 1,149.25 40.00 Rent of Elk Pasture 1,500.00 Money borrowed Assessments 2,723.34 13.68 Advertising cost of delinq. Total receipts $5,656.43 DISBURSEMENTS Legal fees Lloyd Hobbs Bonneville Lumber Co Mr. Stratton Stamps and Postage Telephone and Telegraph Ostler and Allen J. M. Brough The Times-New- $ 122.03 55.80 92.35 2.75 30.49 5.10 15.65 66.40 65.75 5.00 10.00 2.95 48.20 4.50 .50 1.00 s Sacks for weirs Bond Secretary-TreasurCity Blacksmith J. H. Ellison (special) Flowers County Clerk J. W. Howarth Labor canals-dltehStationery and supplies Interst paid Salary Watermaster Salary Secretary Salary Board members Notes paid er .. 1,090.18 1.12 es .... 142.50 550.00 250.00 516.65 2,500.00 Total disbursements $5,578.92 Balance cash on hand Dec. 1, 1931 77.51 Distribution of labor on ditches and canals: Weirs $ 212.02 South Field 23255 North Field 267.50 South City 94.00 84.75 North City 58.86 North Field Main 19.05 South Field Main Creek 46.75 Whltbeck ditch 75.00 Total $1,090.10 Snow Is Hauled Off Main Street The snow storm which has been falling for the past two or three days has done several Nephites some good, for the city street department, under the supervision of A. J. Gowers, has been employing a number of men and teams hauling the snow off of Main street. This work not only benefits the unemployed, but is a big benefit to anyone driving an automobile. The city street department should be congratulated for this good piece of work. Nephi Young Man Married Payson Couple Married To Moroni Girl Wednes. In Nephi on Dec 4 th The marriage of Miss Nellie Gee, A marriaire license was Issued to daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eurvin E. 70 and Ellen N. Gee of Moroni, to Clarence Ockey, Wright Harry 66, both of Butler, Payson. Bishop son of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ockey of j nomas aaiiey performed the mar- Nephi took place Dec. Wednesday, riage ceremony in Nephi on Dec 9, at Moroni. The young couple will 4th. make their home in Nephl.