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Get the Habit : Fi'H Your Needs Jn Nephi WHAT NEPHI GROWS OR MAKES Wphi. Jtiul) County, Utah. The Times, Vol 22. No. 47 Vander bill's Team Conference PROJECTS Quarterly IRE Saturday ARE HIED 10 HELP 1 and Sunday Juab Stake Quarterly Conference evening ai l 7 30 in the Stake Tabernacle with a All pecial preisthood meeting. members of the priesthood quorums of the stake are urgently requested to attend. Sessions will be held at 10:00 a. m. ana 2 p. m. sunaay, iviusjcai numbers will be furnished by the direc- under the Choir Ward Nephi U(m of Pauj Monson. The program in the evening is to be presented by the Juab Stake M. I A. and includes musical number talks and readings. will convene Saturday NEEDY Several more projects have been decided upon which will help the unemployed situation in Nephi. The two recently aeciaea upon oy wic officers in charge of the distribution of relief funds, are the cleaning up of the Vine Bluff cemetery and the streets of Nephi and the paint ing and repairing of the buildings of the Juab County Fair grounds. Juab County will purchase paint and materials for the improvements at the fair grounds, but relief funds will be used to pay the hired men who do the work. This improvement will inculde the of all the buildings at the fair grounds including the baseball grandstand, according to the present plans. The cleaning up" of Cemetery, which has been outlined as a relief project, will certainly be a worthy undertaking, and "the neople of Nephi will certainly be In accord with it, as a make-wor- k pro ject for this community In addition to cleaning up the Vine Bluff cemetery, the make-wor- k committee will hire a number of men to clean the streets of Nephi which Is another project that will put men to work. This work is to commence Friday morning, according to the plans of the committee. There has been some criticism concerning the way the money has be- been expended. The Times-New- s lives that the money that has been spent for road construction, and the money that has been given for direct relief has been handled in a manner. There very satisfactory may have been some mistakes made. but generally, the men being hired have been the men who have needed the money, and without a doubt there has not been a home where any Reconstruction Finance money has gone that it has not been need- ed. The only thing we can say is thai. wP wish t.her wero twW n mnnV. mnnpv tn ho ovnAM In th4! community, and perhaps some of r.hp elflpns: rklilf1 cpr onnnirh frrv of least partially pay their debts. -- ' ' ! jf-c- , fT Win;s irks Nov. g ,A 24, 1.)32 Tlu- CcnlracL Trophy iT ' i . Uy. v . ' Red Cross Meeting Set For December 2 "' - A meeting of the Red Cross will be held in the city hall Friday. Dec. 2, at 2 P. M for all those who wisli to register for the first aid classes. Those who wish to enroll should mmediately confer with their Re lief Society president. f The schedule for Miss Nina Little. he visiting nurse follows: Monday morning, high school; Monday afternoon, home hygiene class; Tuesday, central school: Wednesday, home hygiene and school work In Ltvan; Friday, home hygiene and thool work in Mona. o The basketball Nebo Division for fii8h sc1001- - "If""? The schedule 4 - January 6 Payson at Eureka; Spanish Fork at Springville; Nephr bye. Eureka at Spring- January ville, Payson at Nephi; Spanish Fork ,13 bye. Nephi at Eureka; January Spanish Fork at Payson; Springville 20 fnr men who won the tliuil niiitch for the Vanilerbllt cup, emblematic of the team Here are Hie rout met hrltlyo supremncy, nt the toiirnaiiient in New VprU. heft to ritsht : llarolil S. V:itnhrhilt. the donor of the cup; Wlllard S. K.irn, V. Hal Sims anil Wahleiimr von Zeiltwltx. bye. January 27 Springville at Nephi; Eureka at Spanish Fork; Payson, bye. February at Spanish Fork; Eureka bye. F?bruafy l(rEureka Ptyson.: Springville at Spanish Fork; Nephi. NePhl l ?ka- - NePni at yfj Pays. at Eur- - Spanish Fork, at Nephi. February favson at Spanish Fork; Springville 17-E- ureka byej f ebary ville, Spanish son bye. , . at ,sPrm" Z,ephat Eureka. Pay- - March 3 Payson at Springville; SPf Ush Fork at Nephi Eureka bye, March 10 Runner-u- p of Nebo division 5. KUIUier Up 01 AJDlne "lvlon r te tournament pos. I i'1- - aiic obabc iuui iiamciiL win m Salt Lake City on March 17 and 18. ' State Club Leader neiu 15, 16, o- - Telephone Employees Enjoy Chicken Dinner Winter Work Davidson State Club Leader By Mrytle I H The annual meeting of the stockholders of the Nephi Irrigation Company has been announced for Monday, December 5, at 2 p. m. in the County Courthouse by C. W. Glazier, secretary of the company. The purpose of the meeting is to elect one director for a term of three years, and to transact such other business as may properly come before the meeting. The financial report of the com pany will read by the secretary and the annual . report of the presdent will be made. The term of President V. M. Foote will expire this year, and It is understood that Mr. Foote will be reelected, as he has been a very satis factory member of the board for the past three years, according to stockholders of the company. The telephone employees of Nephi entertained at a delightful chicken dinner Saturday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs Ole Boswell of Bea ver who spent a few days visiting nere. Dinner was served at 7:30 P, M. The table was attractively ar- ranged with red predominating in the color scheme. A "Funny Paper" contest was enjoyed during the eve ning the prize being awarded to Time the Toiler" alias Mabel How arth. Present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ole Boswell, Mr. and Mrs. J. A, Whipple, Misses Mabel Howarth, Florence Chase, Zelda Pay, Floris Orme, Ruth Haynes and Eleanor Burton. 4-- H come. Foods members may study the needs and demands of the family; Local and Social the quality and quantity most sat isfying and healthful; the results of storage, and the possibilities of con Mrs. A. J. Crapo was a Provo vis tributing more toward the food sup ply in summer. The lunch box may itor Tuesday . be adopted as a personal respon Rulon Sowby was a Provo visitor sibility; also the preparing and the meals and Tuesday planning of week-en- d food costs. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sanford of Practical, inexpensive ytoys for birthdays and Christmas may be Springville and Mrs. Ernest Dixon know- - of Provo visited with relatives here made as application of Sunday. ledge. As groups under the direction of Miss Ellen Cole left Saturday local leadership, such cooperative and cultural activities as the fol- - morning for Los Angeles where she lowing might be worked into the will enjoy an Indefinite visit with program for several winter meetings Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Davis. and create an organization conscious ness for boys and girls: Act as lead- Thomas Chlrstensen of Mount ers or sponsors for a civic activity; Pleasant is the house guest of his act as leaders or members for rec- - daughter and Mr. and reational, church, or school programs Mrs. B. V. Cooper In this city. in an effort for wholesome enter L. E. Snarr was a guest of Mr. tainment at little or no cost; con- struct toys and clothing for less and Mrs. Wilford Bailey at their fortunate children; add cheer with home on Monday. He returned to songs, visits, and baskets to aged Provo the following day, or sick; demonstrate to groups of men or women; meet for a report of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Gardner were a good book: attemot wholesome en- - week-en- d guests at the home of tertalnment by members at little Mrs. Gardner's parents, Mr. and cost to raise money for the next Mrs. Oeoree Francom. returnirtir on club season; entertain small child- - Monday to their home in Salt Lake ren while parents attend classes. City. 4-- H son-in-la- Hold Six Meetings To Hold Meeting ciud work nas prepared members for service dur- ing the par;t year, with its home economic and agricultural projects, its literature, music appreciation, recreation educational and obser- vational studies. Four-spells ser- vice to the home and community as well as self. It teaches home and farm cooperation self management, personal development and assists in the choice of a vocation. Much of the technical training if given to the club member during the summer season; however, winter months provide an opportunity to Grant Gardner Delivers apply the information gained thru Talk At Kiwanis Lunch the clubs. Crop club members may be active jn record keeping for a year; also other prob- - Grant Gardner was the sneaker at lems pertaining to their project may the weekly Kiwanis luncheon held be discussed Wednesday noon at the Forrest Every girl enrolled may either Hotel. Mr. Gardner developed as remodel or construct a new gar his theme "Thanksgiving.' ment during the winter, which gives H. L. Mangelson was in charge an excellent opportunity to utilize of the luncheon, and A. L. Garbett her knowledge of healthful clothing; won the attendance prize. proper selection or new cloth or Announcement was made that material on hand; care of clothing the installation of the 1933 officers to obtain the greatest service, and will be held on December 7, in con- the principle of wise expenditure junction with a "Ladles Night' of her proportion cf the family in- - party, rour-- H 5800 Utah Tax Commission To Irrigation Company Springville at Payson 3 .WW. 'ul. UNERAL . HtLU 1.?, No. 47 Will BE HY run Mrs. June Carter Booth, 70. wife of Dr. J. A. Booth, Nephi dentist, died at her home here late Wednes- day night, following a short illness. Mrs. Booth was born in Nephi. August 22, 1862, a daughter of Thomas and Mary A. O. Carter. Slw attended the Nephi schools, and has ARE SCHEDULED schedule for the the year 1932-3- 3 ""M C - PRESEASON GAMES FOR BASKET BALL o Assistant I..., - MAKES NEPI1I GROW' SCHEDULE DRAWN theWf Urges it w 'I v.n Buy in Nephi o . FORMER NEPHITE DIES IN SALT LAKE Robert C. Blackett, 76, retired merchant, died at his home in Salt Lake City, Tuesday, at 7.30 a. m, of a heart attack following a lingering illness. He was born in England, April a son of George and Hannah Smithson Blackett and has lived in Salt Lake City for the past 20 years. Surviving are his widow, Mrs. Lena Schroder Blackett of Salt Lake; two sons, LeRoy Blackett of Nephi and Leland S. Blackett of Summit Point, San Juan County; four brothers, Andrew and John W. Blackett of Nephi; Eugene Blackett of Eureka, and Lawrence Blackett of Rochester, N. Y.; two sisters, Mrs. J. W. Schofield and Miss Lil lian Blackett of Nephi, and eight grand children. Funeral services will be held Saturday at 2 o'clock at the Deseret Mortuary, Salt Lake City. 28, 1856, DECEMBER 7 District conventions will be held the State Tax Commission dur officals j ing December for all county The names of six candidates for in the state who administer the tax school board member have been laws. A call for the meetings to be filed in school Precinct Number 4.1 held in six county seats centrally known as the Nephi Ward to be:loca'cd in six districts, was issued voted on December 7th. These are: Wednesday by Commissioner Roscoe Rnhert. Winn Han v Fnot.e .1 Earl E Hammond. Reid. George McCune. Aaron F. . Tried. for the first "me last- - year, as an districtconvention nH phripa w .Tpninns tne T?r0f.irpr. This is the largest number of can-- 1 annu,aI event nas been adopted in riiriatps to enter the Mr. nf school stead of a Si,ate convention. ne of the main problems to fee hnnrrf memher for m.nVvcars nast. meetings will be the In the North Ward or Precinct discussed at all Number 2 there are four candidates equalization ' of valuation over the filed with the clerk of Board of Ed- - staif' ramo w i Thursday, December 15, at Salt ,aH n, amo ake City is the date and place set Ockey. Jesse Pay. Albert E. Sells for Salt Lake, Utah, Tooele, and and P. J. Sanders. The terms of Harry Foote and Juab Counties. Other conventions James H. Ockey will expire this yearf will be held in various central loc Some citizens have asked the ations throughout the state during of the month. question as to who will be eligible to the early part o vote at the elections in these districts. The answer is that all who were qualified voters at the recent Party In Honor of presidental elction on Novmber 8 Birthday Anniversary will be eligible to vote at the school election on December 7th. The polling place for the Nephi Honoring the birthday anniversary Ward will be the County Court house and in the North Ward, the of her husband Mrs. John C. Painter entertained members of the famRelief Society hall. ily at a dinner party Sunday after- o nenn. The guests were seated at One Ions table which had as a cenReturn Library Books terpiece a beautiful birthday cake Due Without Past candles. A colCharge holding sixty-nin- e or scheme of pink and white was Through the cooperation of the employed. Covers were laid for the Library Board and the City Librar following guests: John C. Painter, ian those people who have books on Mrs. Ernest Dixon of Provo, Mr. which there Is a fine, may return and Mrs. Frank Sanford of Springthem to the library between the ville, Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Jacobson, first and tenth of December and the Mr. and Mrs. George O Latimer, fine will be abated. Arthur Latimer, Mr. and Mrs. R. This action is taken to bring In H. Jenkins and family, Mr. and all books that are now held and Mrs, A. Dean Kendall and family, for the purpose of getting them Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bowles and ogaln in circulation. family, Billie and Patsy Geough, This ruling will not hold good EIRay Fehr, and the hostess Mrs. John C. Painter. after December 10th. by i i - ' ' (From THE CLARIO.V) Basket ball practice has started in earnest and the boys are spending on an average of two hours every night in the gym, practicing for the preseason games that are to be played in the near future. We lost six of our first team men last spring and there will be a lot of new material on the floor this season. Coach Isaacson is very en- thuastic about the progress the boys are making and we should see some real thrilling games this win ter. Those who are out for the team and are practicing every night are: Jack Brough, Hal Gadd, Ted Gar bett, John Leavitt, Merle Bean, Don Whipple, Wallace Ord, Rex Bryan, Earj Sells, Ken Warren, Malcom Warren, Dan Wllkey, Grover Brou gh, Vance Philips, Merlin Orme. and Wilmer Barnett. ine louowing preseason games have been arranged to give the boys experience and the basketball sense they can develop only by actual play. Wasatch Academy at Mt. Pleas ant November 25. Wasatch Academy at Nephi Dec ember 2. Pleasant Grove at Nephi Decem ber 16 Dixie at Nephi December 22. Nephi at Pleasant Grove Dec ember 23. -- . Resolutions Presented By Nephi Kiwanis Club Adopted By Basket Ball Division (b) A suitable pin or award to High School Athletic Asociation to adopt the following Kiwanis Code the individual player adhering most of Sportsmanship for the coming closely to the rules of good sports besket ball season. manship. PLAYER (c) That honorable mention be A good American will be a good given to the city in which the spec characbuilds sportsman. Fair play tators at games contribute most in ter. encouraging true sportsmanship. 1. I will play the game. BE IT FURTHUR RESOLVED 2. I will be courteous to my opthat the representatves of the Nebo ponent. 3. I will be a good loser and a division formulate a plan whereby the officials In charge in each league generous winner.. game shall turn In the name of the 4. I will be loyal and honorable. team displaying the best sports SPECTATOR A good American will appreciate manship and the name of the in displaying the best and applaud any display of skill and dividual player At the end of the sportsmanship. courage, 1. I will cheer good plays by either playing season the votes to be tab ulated and winners announced. team. Also at the end of the playing 2. I will support the decision of season the officials decided the town the officials. 3. I will respect the rules and in which the spectators displayed the best sportsmanship. encourage others to do so. 4. I will remember that to build BE IT FURTHUR RESOLVED character is more Important than that a copy of this resolution be to win games. mailed to the Springville Kiwanis BE IT FURTHUR RESOLVED Club, the Spanish: Fork Kiwanis Club we of Elks Invite the that Club, the Payson Lions Club and Eureka the Kiwanis clubs of Spring-vil- Eureka Elks club. The local news Fork the and and Spanish papers in each town represented in Lions Club of Payson to Join with the Nebo Division and to each High us in offering school represented in the Nebo Div RESOLUTION (a) A suitable pennant or banner ision. team Nebo of the to Moved and passed by the Nephi the basketball Be it Resolved by the Kiwanis Club Division which during the 1933 sea- Kiwanis club at its regular luncheon of Nenhl: best held at Nephi, Utah, November 16 That we invite the representatives son, displays the 1932. of the Nebo Division of the State A meeting of the coaches and the principials of the Nebo division of the state athletic association was held at the Payson high school Tuesday at 7.30 p. m. All schools of the district including Juab high sehoo!, Tlntic high Payson high school, school, Spanish Fork high school,, and Springville high school were represented. Principal John C. Carlyle of the Payson high school was appointed as the representative to select officials for the biMcetball games during the coming season. The resolution submitted by the Nephi Kiwanis Club sponsoring good sportsmanship on the part of players and spectators was read and discussed and adopted by unanimous vote of those present, with the following exception: that the clause pertaining to the granting of awards to the individual player, team and community for the display of the best sportsmanship as adjudged by the men who officiate the games of the Division be not adopted. Following is the resolution as submitted by the Kiwanis Club of Nephi: el ' hi j A- - ml MRS. JANE C. BOOTH spent her entire life In this city. She married Dr. John A. Booth in the Endowment House at Salt Lake-CitDecember 15, 1881. Dr. and Mrs. Booth celebrated their Golden Wedding anniversary December 15, 1931. Mrs. Booth has been an active church worker in the L. D. S. church, serving faithfully In both o-state and ward Relief Socieiy After visiting the past week in the' Primary organizations. She was Manti at the home of her daughter. and a member of the stake and ward Mrs. J. R Munk Mrs. Seth Mc- - cho, for 54 years. Pherson returned home Monday. Mrs. Booth, besides her Surviving o husband, are the following children: Mrs. H. C. Healy, Jay M. Booth, NEPHITE MARRIED Salt Lake City; John Albert Booth, TO LOGAN GIRL Cedar City: Arthur L. Booth, San Mr. and Mrs. O. Guy Cardon of Logan announce the marriage of their daughter, Alice June, to Carl Farnsworth Belllston, son cf Ralph Belliston of this city. The marriage took place today, (Thursday) In Logan at the home of the bride's parents. Mr. Belliston is assistant in the physical education department of the University of Oregon. Both were formerly students of the Utah State Agricultural College. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Belliston left Wednesday for Logan to attend the wedding. Diego, Kaipn Bootn, Los Angeles; Dr. L. T. Booth and Paul E. Booth, Nephi. She is also survived by thir teen grand children. Funeral services will be held in the Juab Stake Tabernacle Sunday afternoon at 12. 15, under the direction of the Anderson Funeral Home. o Professor Advises Livestock Rations o Numerous scientific trials and New Course of Study Is experiments have demonstrated the of adding succulent feeds to Outlined To Reading Club value the rations of dairy lows, according A new course Of Study Was pre- sented to members of the Child Study Section of the U. S. A. C. Reading Circle when "they met on Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. H. Belliston. In addition to the present subject a study of fric tion will also be made.. Attending the meeting were Mrs. William Bailey, Mrs. H. E. Black, Mrs. F. M. Beck, Mrs. Kate Bowles, Mrs Rulon Bracken, Mrs. Vera P. Howell, Mrs. James H. Stanley, and Mrs. A. H Belliston. o Local and Social Milss Alburta Cowan visited in Provo over the week-end. Nephi Chase left Tuesday for Vernon, Tooele County, where he has employment. N. J. Christensen of Ferron was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bowles at their home last Wed nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Whitehead and children were In Provo Satur- on business. They also attended the B. Y. U. U. S. A. C. football game. Miss norot.hv Rniishiirv Tnciish Instructor at the North Sanpeta high schood at Mount Pleasant, Is visiting with her mother, Mrs. J. R. Salisbury, during the Thanksgiving holidays. Mrs. Ed. Chase was hostess to the members of the Woodbine Club at her home Monday evening. Sewing and social chat were features. A tasty repast was served to Mrs. H. E.Elack, Miss Alicia Read, Mrs. Clarence Ingram, Mrs. E. D. Park, Mrs. Ralph Carter, Mrs. James R. Stan- ley and a special guest, Mrs. Iona Boswell. tn Prnf ("retiree R Calne. dairv hns- nf tho Utah State Atrrie- extension service. For winter reeding these feeds include corn silage, sunflower silage sugar beet pulp, mangels, carrots, and potatoes. The beneficial effects of the addition of any of these feeds are numerous says Professor Caine. Just as the human appetite is stimulated by fruits and green vegetables, so is the bovine appetite stimulated by succulence, which induces the cow to eat more feed, consequently, more milk Is produced. It Is reasonable to believe that these palatable feeds stimulate digestion, also, as it is known that their laxative action aids greatly In keeping the digestive tract in good condition. Professor Caine advises. This year potatoes are cheap and many will never find a market. For this reason Professor Caine recom- mends the feeding of potatoes to dairy animals. The chemical analysis of potatoes shows that they have a higher percentage of dry matter and total digestible nutrients than any of the other succulent feeds al ready mentioned, but they are slight ly lower in proline than sugar beets. When potatoes are fed with alfalfa, tne proune iactor need not be ser-da- y iously considered as there is usually Plenty in the rations, says Professor caine. Potatoes should be chopped as tne rouna, wnoie tuoers may cause the cows to choke. Thev may De teA in quantities of from 25 to 40 P"""us a aay. hunHmnn ultural college Funeral Held In Salt Lake For Fannie Adams Billings Funeral services were held Sunday In Salt Lake City for Mrs. Fannie Adams Billings, who died in a Salt Lake City hospital last Wednesday of umeric poisoning. The deceased was born In Nephi, June 21, 1886, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Adams.