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4 4 Z Fill Your Needs au In Nephi "WHAT NEPHI GROWS CLOSE TO ROOSEVELT SUIT Funeral services will be held Sun day at 2 p. m. in the South Ward chapel for Letha Alean Tidwell, 11 year old daughter or rTanK ana who died Letha Sperry Tidwell, Wed. evening after a short Illness She was born in of pneumonia. Nephi, October 25, 1921. and at the time of her death was attending the fifth grade at the Central school. Surviving are her parents, and the following brothers and sisters: Fred. Donna, Billy, Duane. Roger and Wallace Interment will take place in the Vine Bluff Cemetery, under the direction of the Anderson Funeral III FEDERAL COURT is given a Judgment against the United States Fidelity and Guaranty com pany of Baltimore. Md., on a bond of the county treasurer, In an order of MAKES- -- Funeral Next Sunday INFLUENCE OF For Mean Tidwell JUAB COMITY IS Juab County OR riMi - $17,269.23 signed Thursday by Federal Judge Tilman D. Johnson. The Judi$nent climaxes a suit brouRht by Juab County against the company for county funds left in the Nephi National Bank by the treasurer after It closed. December Home. 1. 1931. The bond, which guaranteed "the faithful performance of duty" on the part of the treasurer, was issued at the time of election of Mabel D. ChrisUson as county treasurer. Juab contended that Mabel D. Christison accepted deposite certificates for $16,446.88 on the Nephi National Bank from her predecsor, that she renewed the certificates at maturity and that she did not attempt to withdraw the money represented by the certificates until after maturity, July 13. 1932, though the bank closed its doors December 1 4931.- The Judgment represents the amount of the deposit, minus a of credit $449.19 paid the county by the bonding company Decem1, ber 1932, plus Interest. Action was commenced by the county in the district court some months ago, and the case was trans ferred to the federal court on pet' itlon of the bonding company, and was tried in that court on Monday of this week, Juab County had $16,446.88 In the Nephi National Bank at the time of its closing, but the receiver has paid the county a small amount cutting the total down to $15,997.69. County Attorney C. N. Leather bury has handled the case in the federal court and was assisted by Attorney F. A. Johnson of Salt Lake City. o The Livestock Situation lJJ,ii.r.M.ta.iiA.'.l!,lJ.iiilLlJ M. H. Mcliityre, former Washing ton newspaper mun who handled Roosevelt's much of I'realdent-Klec- t publicity during the campaign, ts likely to hare the position of bis prexs secretary after March 4. "Mac." as he is known to all Wash Ington pressmen, served as press contact man for the navy during the war. l-- Dec. 8. 1932 The News, Vol. 13, No. 49 V. M. Foote Elected il Irrigation Board At a well attended annual meet ii ing of the stockholders of the Irrigation company held lust Agent fessional men for tomorrow are in the making. Nine hundred thousand of these are training for the job in clubs throughout the United States. Five thousand, elqht bundled of this number are enrolled in Utah this year and are working with confidence ir) their ultimate 4-- Monday afternoon nt the county courthouse. V. M. Foote was reelected a member of the board of directors for three years. In addit ion to the election, the secretary-treasurer- 's report was made by C. W. Glazier. V. M. Foote, is at present presi dent of the board of directors. This board will be at the first meeting. The members consist of V. M. Foote, George O. Ostler. W. F. Brough,, James B. Riches and J. F. Wright. o success. These young Americians have undertaken a program of development in thrift, industry, and leadership. The program Is organized to give training In the better practices in agriculture and home economics, finance, marketing, cooperation and rural leadership; to develop initative, dependability and community pride: to give the members social and recreational advan tages under the guidance of comto petent develop leadership; wholesome, industrious, public spirited boys and girls with an appreciation for the finer tilings of rural H Do Christmas Mailing Early Right Postage On Christmas Cards Herewith Given gift-give- New Zealand Theme Kiwanis Address - er er 4-- 4-- H nt ay 4-- Funeral Saturday For Ralph Wilson ss rs ALBERT E. SEELS OIISCI L BOARD ,.. Ne-pl- Today the nation's fanners, home makers, material workers and pro- HF MID TO SHOW THE ANZACS Harry Foote, member of the board of education of Juab School Dist rict from the Nephi Ward, was re- lected to the same position for a term of four years at the school election held Wednesday. Mr. Foote as by a substantial majority, having received 120 votes, ith six candidates nominated. He has been a member of the board of education from this precinct for the past twelve years, and the vote ac corded him at Wednesday's election howed his strength in this ward. Other nominees running on the Twice a champion lu widely 8ei:i ticket were George McCune, who rated fields, Frank Kurtz, who holds polled 83 votes; J. Earl Reid, 47; R. the world Junior speed flying rliaru Aaron F. Bracken, 42; Charles 10. Jenkins. 40, and Robert Winn. )lonshl unit the national high tow In the North Ward, Albert E. er divlnn championship, is pictured Sells, manager of the Sells Furnihere snlllns from l.os Angeles for ture Company, was elected by a to upend two months majority of the votes cast, with AnstraliH, showing the Aiizuca his uhllity. three nominees opposing him. Mr. Sells is a man of wide experience, both In the field of education and administration and will be JUAB COUNTY BEEF business a valuable man on the school board. CATTLE WIN AT He polled 118 votes at Wednesday's LOS ANGELES SHOW election; James64 H. Ockey. (incum votes; Jesse Pay, bent) polled A carload of feeder steers, be- 40; and P. J. Sanders, 9. o longing to Orglll Bros, of Mills won first prize at the Great Western Livestock Show at Los Angeles last week, and a sixteen month old individual fat steer won second place, according to Gilbert Howard of this city, who exhibited the cattle. Mr. Howard has been feeding the Individual fat steer and was very pleased with it winning second (By A. F. Bracken) place. d wheat crop of Juab It is quite an honor to win one The first and one second prize at the Valley promises a yield next harLos Angeles show, and proves be- vest varying between 80 and 85 per yond a doubt that Juab County cent of normal or an acre yield of livestock men have the same chan 17 to 18 bushels. Due to Uie fall ces of raising prize cattle as those of 1.05 Inches precipitation on Oct. nearer to the market. 18, the plants have emerged rather o The uniformily to good stands. grain, however has failed to tiller which will somewhat the By feeding rangerestrict of the roots. The probable yield of wheat next season is based on an eight year study involving the moisture of the soil and the soil nitrates. Knowing these regulations and observing the Jack Russell, 11, Is In a serious stage at which the crop enters the condition at the home of his grand winter the yield of the next seasmother, Mrs. Alice Golden, where on can be determined provided some he Is suffering from severe burns unusual weather condition such as and bruises, caused by an accident hall, frost, or heavy storm does not Sunday when he came In contact interfere. Both the soil moisture with a high tension power line of and the available plant food are the Big Springs Power Company, ome what below normal at the beand was knocked from the top of a ginning of this winter season, because of a deficiency in precipitatlight pole to the ground. The current set fire to his cloth ion. The rainfall from January 1 to ing and threw him with force to the ground where he was picked up November 30, measured 10.04 inand rushed to the home of his ches and when compared to the grandmother where he was treated, average of 12.00 Inches for this perHe suffered burns on both arms, iod is 84 per cent of normal. Exhis back and chest and suffered a tending the period to September 1, this ingreat deal with his back from the 1931 the total rainfall over terval of time equaled 12.98 inches fall on the hard ground. The accident happened when he as against a normal of 15.98 Inches, and a group of boy friends went in which Is 82 per cent of normal. to the fields southeast of Nephi With two successive years of dro-og- ht wheat yellds can hardly be and were playing under the high tension wires that go from Fountain expected to give average produ Green tot Levan. Jack decided to ction. o climb one of the poles and adjust an Insulator that was loose on the Dancing Party A Success pole and came In contact with the wires. Miss Ernestine Foote and Floyd o Goldsbrough were adjudged winners of the prize waltz at the M. I. A. dance Tuesday evening In the North ward amusement hall. The dance, acordlng to the Ward Boy Scout troop, under whose direction It was given, was a complete success. Nothing takes the Joy out of the Christmas season more than to reThe annual ANGELES ceive a parcel or a card three or style show of the livestock Industry four days after Chrlstmai. Just week in was held last los Angeies. because the donor forgot that the Stockmen who attended the Great malls will be crowded and it Is next Western Livestock Show learned to impossible to handle the great are the styles have changed and increase of mall. From the past- ana as the lines changing, as far office department at Washington concerned. are size of meat animals D. C. comes the following circular Never before at any livestock show MORE R. F. C. FUNDS letter to persuade the held on the Pacific Coast did the of the nation to SHOP AND MAIL ARE AVAILABLE FOR meat trade indicate in such certain life. I is choice To become a member of this EARLY NEEDY OF COUNTY terms that what is wanted Washington, Dec. 3, 1932 quality, lightweight carcasses. This great national organization the apDuring the holiday time the vol to and is required subscribes and cattle of true Is sheep. plicant hogs, ume of mail increases approximately Funds totaling $466,550. which will Judges selected the tidy, well fin- to learn the club pledge and motto. 200 per cent. It Is a physllcal lmpos accord relief to then needy In 21 ished These ideals the for which animals the for prize big embody light counties, were allotted to Utah by money and the purple ribbins. At he works and gives a kind of lbllity to handle this great mass of mall matter efficiently and the Reconstruction Finance Corporpaid the guarantee that he will cooperate pomptly within a few ation Wednesday, according to an the auction sales, buyers days. There- fellow members to build his with for the small, premiums greatest to assure item in Thursday morning's Salt of their fere delivery compact parcels of beef, pork and a good character, a better commun Christmas presents, cards and let' Lake Tribune. atmos- ity and a better country. This is a different was lamb. There ters by Christmas Day, the public The money will meet current em the club pledge: phere in the sales ring when these should SHOP AND MAIL EARLY. ergency relief needs In the 21 count- well ofwere to head I animals think clearer my finished, pledge tidy ies for the balance of the year, the Do your Christmas shopping so that actbrisk and ing. fered, being bidding funds being made available with you can mail your gifts, greetings to of animals on heart very while My greater loyalty, ive, heavy an understanding that the counties and letters so they will reach their was to slow hands and there service My very larger good qualitiy, and the state will make every ef- destination at least a week or ten to better health My. living, bidding. ort to develop their own resources days before Christmas, according Its show For and Stock Thus my the club, my proved community to provide relief. to the distance.. This will make It mv to eountrv. livestock ortnratinnal value the Juab County's portion of the funds certain that they will arrive by to be loaned to Utah, is $6500, which and meat packing industry. Prod- j The club motto is set forth in the Christmas Day, but will be a great "Make themselves four best words: bet ucers must the acquaint will be dlstrubited throughout the and to o in demands. Styles - ter." It stands as - a challenge to aid to your postalandservice county according to the greatest with changes enable them employees postal livestock as" more in to the the he grows. slowly improve youth change need for relief. to spend Christmas holiday with Approximately four and one half business, but when changes come. o the producer must do his utmost to million boys and girls In the United their families.and Wrapping Packing All parmeet consumer demands. States have at some time during the cels must be securely wrapped or Good breeding is essential to past ten years come under the in Use strong paper and heavy wards the production of choice fluence of this club pledge and packed. lieht quality animals. It is impos motto through the work of the Ex twine. Umbrellas, Packing Special sible to finish a rangey, Jong-le- g tension service of the United States Of should be reinforced sticks, golf as a choice beef yearcalf into the of ged agriculture and department their full length by strong strips of There appears to be some confus-io- n ling. He won't finish. As a three land grant colleges of the several wood tightly wrapped and tied or have animal an such on the part of the public as states. old, may Albert E. Sells was the guest year otherwise sufficiently wrapped to few but a bill filled of well as postmasters, with respect are ago, years the The activities each club at the weekly Kiwanis the man withstand transportation. to market leadwho to the rate of postage on Christmas speaker attempts by an adult, volunter Hats: Pack in strong corrugated Wednesday noon, and great bullocks on present markets directed under direction and other greeting cards sent un- luncheon who works the er, most a fiber-or board boxes, ordinary gave interesting discussion must sell at a reduced of the extension service. Each memder cover of unsealed envelopes. d conditions and customs in New not only hatboxes must be crat but he is giving the meat ber is enrolled in a definite project. paste-boarPrinted greeting cards mailed of price was of Sells Mr. in Zealand. ed. Ladles' hats and still hats eascharge meets a cover dealers very The members are expected to learn of unsealed envelopes, under product whioh school In New Zealand slow demand. damaged should be marked are chargeable with postage at the aandchurch and demonstrate a better practice ily related some "FRAGILE." very Interesting third-clas- s con Is 1 as cents As rate of the sheepman for each far in agriculture or home economics, educational incidents. Shoes: Pack In strong boxes, pre two ounces of fraction of two oun- and cerned, there is no secret about to check their food and health hab for of officers The installation corrugated cardboard. Wrap ferably must asters flockm the fact that ces, regardless of whether adressed the with the aid of a score card with coming year, wiith a ladies work out some means of producing its strong paper securely tied eccurate of an for delivery either through P. O. record to and keep be will Friheld next banquet, a finished lamb weighing five to expenses and reciepts connected in with heavy twine. or general delivery, or by night December boxes 16, after which the ten Cut flowers: Place in strong suitday, pounds less Is the case today. any way with their project. city or rural carrier, the adclub members ladies will boxes of wood, tin, or heavy and able non-letttrue H of drop-lettThis is especially the early A splendid tribute to work rate applicable at with to a Hall cardboard. where the Arlington journ corrugated as is carrier offices does not app- big produced in was recently paid by President Ray- tissue to retain moisture.Wrap spring lamb such will be held. Dance Turkey lambs these Unless go mond A. Pearson, of the Univerly to such cards In unsealed envelTickets for the Turkey Dance is California. Candies: Inclose in strong outto the market at lighter weights, sity of Maryland, in a radio talk on opes. sold club members the side boxes or containers. by being sell direct in Printed Christmas and other and each ticket sold will entitle they must club achievement day prog competition a Drawings, paintings, unmounted ram, when he made the following maps, greeting cards in unsealed envelopes the purchaser to a chance on the with heavy feedlot lambs. Top etc.: Pack or wrap in strong instimay bear a simple written lnscrlpt Turkey Drawing at the dance. The ping out of range bands as they statement: "The land-grato avoid damage. When are fat will help supply the trade tutions are realizing more and more material ion not in the nature of personal committee Is planning on not flat, roll around a wooden core giving same that H at lambs with the and work is club a lighter correspondence, such as "Sincerely training a number of Turkeys, Ducks, time, and then wrap and tie carefully spread out the market period school in rural achievement and or yours," "Merry Christmas," Happy and chickens for the big place In strong pasteboard tube. prize to better advantage all round. New Year," "With Best Wishes," a few years only During leadership. easily Fragile Articles Articles securesteer this branch of extension work has This champion etc., together with the name and drawing. grand year's broken or crushed must be J. Earl Reid of the program com was a compact, evenly fleshed and of address of the sender and of the mittee to be major grown importance. boxed. was in charge of. the pro wrapped and crated and addressee, without subjecting them gram, thoroughly finished animal weigh' Though the movement Is still very ly excelsior 680 pounds. This repre young, some of the first members Use liberal quantities of to more than the thilrd class rate. ing only In. around, and o sents the very peak of modern who are now in colleges or are or like material. Greeting cards, sealed or unsealed between the articles and the outbreeding and is the real answer to adults In other environments give side of container. bearing written messages other than present day beef demands on the much of the credijt of their success the simple inscriiptions above men All articles easily broken or damLos Angeles market. Buyers gener to the instruction ana discipline tioned, as well as all cards sent in must be plainly marked, 'Fragaged realed envelopes, are chargeable ally declared this steer, because of they received when they were In ile." rate both his light weight and perfect active club work." with postage at the first-claAddresses Addresses should be of 3 cents an ounce or fraction of fleshing, to be the acme of perfec So many club members have given complete, with house number and tion as far as the Southern Calif statements an ounce, except when the with regard to the value name of street, post-offibox or ornia ideal of baby beef is concer of this training, that Its worth Is rural-rou- te drop letter rate applies number, and typed or ned. It would pay stockmen gener Inestimable. The F. A, TILTON A return plain simplicity plainly written in ink. Funeral services were held in the ally to attend such stock shows Third Assistant Postmaster General North and operation of the club program card should be placed In the up Ward Chapel Saturday at and learn from men 0 practical why acts not only to inspire and safe per left hand corner of every 2 F. M. for Ralph Cato Wilson, 18 such a steer meets present de member, but also as a piece of mall. If a tag Is used, the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alex Wilson, mands and how such steers Bee-Hiv- e can be guard tothehim, Girls Enjoy not alone in agricul address and return card should alwho died at his home last Tues produced. guide but also into Indus so be written on the wrapper for tural a afternoon pursuits, Last day following lingering o Tuesday illness of heart trouble Party trial work, salemanship, business, use If tag Is lost, and a copy of and com engineering, teaching, medicine, the the address should be inclosed In plications ministry, the law, or whatsoever side the parcel. Do not mail Christ' The services were under the dlr Christmas Cheer Week was A "backwards" party Plans Are Underway other line he may have a desire to mas greeting cards In red, green ectlon of Albert E. Sells, The open Utahna the or other dark colored envelopes, or enter, Tuesday night by Ing prayer was offered by Richard Swarm of BeeHive Girls at the uuaweeKf. In an article publlished In a rec In very small envelopes. delA Warner. Beth of Miss ent number of the Extension Ser home must be fully prepaid on The speakers, Ronald Shaw, Roh Plans are now underway for the vice Review, chief of the Cooperat allPostage icious luncheon was served "back- ert P. Garrett and Bishop Albert E, mall. Affix the requrled amount Christmas of annaul Week Cheer pro members wards" to the following Ive Extension Work, United States of postage In the upper right cor' Smith, all remarked about the pat the class: Melba Haycock, Afton ience, thoughtfulness and wonder' grams to be presented in the Juab department of agriculture, makes ner. Full Information concerning school Anderthe building high during to the postage rates can be obtained at this statement with Ellison, Nan Brough, Ruth ful disposition of the deceased. season. The programs are responsibility of club regard work: "Four-- H the parcel-po- st or stamp window, son, Enid Howarth, Ruth Burton, The following musical selections holiday under direction Mutual of the the Cazler, o club work has both vocational Grace Blackett,, Geraldine were rendered: "uomg Home" was assisted class Associations, the Marlorie Ltnton, and and broadly educational aspects. Service Star sung by a Mixed Quartette, com Improvement Schecivic clubs. various Meeting To the Laura Incidenby are leaders, Lucille Greenhalgh, posed of Alice Crapo, Florence dules for the entertainment will be The vocational aspects Be Held Saturday 3 P. M. are there, n an immaterial but tal Barnes and Clarence Morgan and Beth Warner. Winn, Ralph in a later Issue of The tal but are there. It Is Immaterial o Warner; Evelyn Brough sang "When printed Times-New- s. Due to the Red Cross classes beto extension forces whether The Roses Bloom" and E. I. Isaac o son sang, "A Perfect Day." boys ever become farmers or home ing held In the City hall, the time Will L. Hoyt Is Speaker out for the Service Star Legion has makers. It is the intent that Owen L. Barnett offered At State Press Meeting theSupt. club work shall come an been changed to Saturday at 3 of benediction and the grave in B. P. W. Oganization and sympathetic P. M. according to President Ida tne vine Bluff was de Hold Meeting Monday understanding AMnmPv win L. Hovt. represent dicated by JamesCemetery toward both agriculture and Harris. An excellent program will Jr. Garrett and on agricul- be presented during the afternoon work that the outlook o ative to the state legislature, rotiirv of the Utah State Code The regular Business and Prof ture and home making and com- and various business matters will be broadened that be taken care of. District court will open in Nephi essional Women's Club meeting was munity life shall nr,tnmiK:ion was one of the speak o ers at the annual meeting of the next Monday afternon at a P. M. held Monday evening In the city the need for education and training Miss Amy Peterson, who Is at with Judge LeRoy H. Cox on the hall. The feature of the evening if one Is to live an abundant life Uath State Press association held or the University of Utah, In Salt Lake City last Saturday w bench. According to County Clerk was a Christmas story given oy or contribute most to himself to tending Salt Lake City, spent a few days of Sunday. His subject was pertaining J. H. Vlckers, the cases are not Miss Malda Foote. Plans were made the work shall be made clear last week visiting with her parents, to "The New Code" and his talk numerous and re is not certain as for the annual Christmas party every club member. An Interesting observation was Mr. and Mrs. Peter B. Peterson, in was well received by the newspaper to whether a Jury will be called or which will be held during the week Levan. (Continued on Page 4) not, men of Utah, preceding Christmas LOS Buy in Nephi MAKES NEPHI GROW" On By A. E. Smith Jiiub County Agricultural Get the Habit ! Nephi, Jual) County, Utah, Thursday, The Times. 'ol. 22, No. 49 WINNER OF if if ui Wheat Crop For 1933 Discussed By Mr. Bracken dry-lan- Young Boy Burned High Voltage Lines Junior Seminary To PresentProgramSun o ce ed 4-- H 4-- H at-tlu- de Students of the Nephi Junior a sacred Seminary will conduct meeting In the stake Tabernacle Sunday night. The theme of their program will be "Steps To Great ness." The theme Is taken from the lessons on greatness which the stu dents are studying In their class work. Short talks on steps in great ness will be given by students of the Eighth "A" and Eighth "B" class es. The principal address of the evening will be given by Principal Paul K. Walker of the Central school, on the theme of the pro' gram. The full program to be given Is as follows: "If Congregational singing, There's Sunshine In Your Heart, Lawrence Memmott; Invocation, Saxaphone solo, Harry Duckworth; Reading, Grace Garrett; Girls' Chorus, Seventh "A" Girls; Short talk, "Scholarship", Don Gadd; Short talk, "Books," Morgan Greenwood; Piano solo, Zelma Bowers; talk Reading, Jane Burridge; Short "Self Control," Mary . Fullmer; Short talk, "Economy," Phil Garrett; Gorls chorus. Seventh "B" Girls; Address, Steps to Greatness," Principal Paul K. Walker; Congregational singing, "I'll Serve the Lord While I Am Young"; Benediction, Myrtle Bailey. o Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Beck are visiting in Price, house guests of Mrs. Becks parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emery Ward. Watson Says: The paper says: BEER BILL BLOCKED BONUS BOYS BEATEN BALANCE BUDGET Baloney Oh well, why all the fuss over beer? Water has killed more people than both beer and whiskey. You don't believe It? I knew you wouldn't What Noah's flood? All of the shipwrecks? Men who have fallen off the water wagon? People In Nephi who have starved to death trying to pay their water bill? Now will you give up? The school election Is over while this election Is non partisan, It still has the earmarks of a Democratic land slide. Little Mollie: Mother dear, are you my nearest relative? Her mother: Yes dear, but your father Is the closest. Marshal Tolley: Hey you! Is this your car? "Well officer, since you ask me considering the fact that I still have 17 payments to make; owe three repair bills, and have not settled for that new tire, I reaUy don't think it Is!"