"BUY UTAH "BUY UTAH MADE GOODS' MADE GOODS" Nephi, Juab County, Utah Thursday, The Times, Vol. 24, No. 21 LECTURER Nephi Singers Will III)! iOIIIG TO HEPHi MAY 29 I J Randall Jones, Lecturer on Southern Utah Scenic Attractions To Give Talk At Tabernacle Tuesday Randall Jones, noted lecturer and booster for Southern Utah Scenic attractions, will give an illustrated lecture at the Juab Stake tabernacle on Tuesday evening. May 29 at S P. Mr. Jones has spent many years making a collection of slides of Southern Utah, and today he has the most complete exhibit of color ed slides in Utah. In addition to collecting pictures, he has spent his entire lifetime in Southern Utah where he has made an extensive study of the beauties of Zion's can yon, Bryces canyon. Cedar Breaks and Grand Canyon, and his lecture is one that receives very high recommendations from all those who spend the time to see and hear what he has to offer. During the past ten years, Mr. Jones has had the pleasure of spending his entire time giving this famous lecture and has given his talk in all of the important cities in the eastern states. His slides and lecture has received much comment from such men as the late President Warren G. Harding, and the presidents who have occupied the White House since that time. The Illustrated lecture Is free to the public, and all men women and children of east Juab county are urged to avail themselves of this wonderful opportunity, by being present on Tuesday evening. It is made possible through the cooperation of the Nephi Kiwanis Club and the Union Pacific System and Mr. Jones. Thlrtv-fou- r sirufera and directors from the three wards of Nephi will represent Juab Stake in the music festival to be held in 8alt Lake City In June In conectlon with the June M. I. A. conference. The group of singers have been practling for several weeks and will be directed by Noble Cain, one of the foremost directors In the United States, for three days at the tabernacle In Salt Lake, and will present their concert on Saturday. June 9. If present plans materialize, the concert will be boradcast. The following Is the list of the young people of Nephi who will participate: Miss Florence Wilson. Miss Emma Jenkins. Miss Afton Garrett. Miss Eva Sanders. Miss Ruth Anderson, Miss Viola War wood, Clarnec Cowers, Nello Sud- weeks, Hosmer. Grace, Joe Smith, Kenneth Webb, Linden Chrlstensen, Miss Ellen Cole, Miss Elma Jones, Mrs Ranee S perry, Miss Helen Chase. Mrs. Mary Christison. Miss Marjoire Lunt, Miss Ruth Lunt, Miss Beth Lunt. David Austin, Arthur VanWat?enen, Jack Winn. Albert Starr, Earl Warner, EIRoy Barnes, Mrs. Reva Pugal, Miss Marlon Chr lstensen, Miss Marjorie Lomax, Miss Laura Morgan, Miss Florence Bell iston, Miss Dorothy Brough, Miss Aline Ellison and Miss Evelyn Brough. Training School 1 ror T Inspectors On Monday, May 28, beginning at 9 A. M. at Nephi, representatives of the state extension service will conduct a training school for train lng farm inspectors for the Juab- Sanpete Wheat Allotment district, at the close of which eight to ten Inspectors will be chosen by means of a competitive examination. It will be the duty of these trained Inspectors to measure each farm under contract to determine if the signer has made full and complete compliance with the Wheat Allotment contract. The work will be technical In Its character and will Involve the careful measurement and platting f both the wheat and the retired areas. This inspection must be done and reported to Washington before the next allotment payment will be a made. The work can be speeded up materially If contract signers will meet their Inspector and assist him in every was possible to quickly complete the work of Inspection on his place. Cards notifying signers of dates of Inspection will be mailed out a few days ahead so that all will be In readiness for the Junior Baseball To Be Played Here This Summer A large number of young boys are becoming interested in the Junior baseball league, and It was definitely decided that a league will be formed In Juab Stake and a manager has already been selected from each team. The first work to be done in Nephi Is the building of an additional diamond at the fair grounds to be used for practice. All boys interested In the movement are asked to be at the fair grounds Saturday morning at 9 o'clock to help make the diamond. Bring a hoe, rake or shovel. fV It is thought advisable to play Junior games on Friday evening, commencing about five thirty These games will be played on the regular diamond. A schedule will be drawn up by next week, and the opening game will be played on Friday, June 1. according to present plans. - .the Latest Methods To Be Taught at Canning School P. IS. M. FOR a lingering Illness. Funeral services will be held Fri day at 2 P. M. at the North ward chapel. Interment will be In the Vine Bluff cemetery, under the direction of the Anderson Funeral home. Mrs. McPherson was born In Ne phi March 9. 1870. the daughter of Samuel and Margaret Shaw. She has spent her entire life in this city. She Is survived by her nusoana. Stth McPherson. three daughters: Mrs Sylvia Peters. Miss Dclal McPherson Nephi and Mrs. Lucill" Monk. Manti; rive sons. Roy ana Floyd McPherson. Mills, Earl, Jamer and Myrl McPherson, Nepm: rour teen grandchildren; three brothers. Samuel Shaw, Las Vegas. Ncvaaa; Aaron Shaw. Gooding. Idaho and Alfred Shaw. Nephi. One sister. Mrs Amy Cllft, Salt Lake, also survives. 3 I1EPH1 WINS FROM 1 0-- 6 Poison On Hand Nephi won from Springville In a fast game at the Juab county The Nephi Ten tons of poison bran, prepared fair groundsmetWednesday. with hard luck and has under Government formulae, for teamnot met their stride until this has poisoning grasshoppers, was allot game. The score was ed to and received by Juab County The fifth Inning was a big momlast Saturday morning. With two men on This bait has been prepared and ent for Nephi. Lunt came to bat and sacked at the government bait mix bases, Ray out a three base hit. A totlng station and contains all ingred knocked ients necessary to poison hoppers al of five runs was made by the 10-- except water. A special oil Ingred ient has also been added to the bait to prevent quick drying as was the case with the old formula. Hopper bait Is available free of charge to all who need It. The only remaining requirement is that each to mix eight gallons of water to each eighty pound bag and distrlb- uate It about ten pounds per acre in the evening or early morning over the inrested areas. Grasshoppers are more easily pol osned while small. They are gener ally congregated in smaller areas and poisoning In the earliest stages before they begin to spread Is rec ommended. Smith County Ag-- . Pageant and Program ran seih After pitching rather wildly In ftrst two cantos. Paul ChrMison the settled down to real baseball In onforth, and allowed no runs and ly two hits for the last half of the game. The Wednesday score: SPRINGWLLE AB Player V Jensen RF Groesbeck CF McKee SS Weight LF F Ferguson 3B D Ferguson 2B ernoon for Mary Elizabeth Park, 69. who died at her home In this city Wednesday. The services were in charge of Bishop P. B. Cowan of the Nephi South ward. The speakers Included P. P. Christison, James H. Ockey, President A. H. Belliston and closing remarks by Bishop Cowan. The musical numbers included a piano solo, Mrs. Melba A. Golden; vocal solo, T. W. Vlckers; mixed quartett composed of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Barnes, Mrs. Alice Crapo and Clarence Warner. The invocation was offered by James E. Memmott and the bene' diction by Bishop A. E. Smith. The grave In the Vine Bluff cemetery was dedicated by Patriarch Thomas Bailey. The deceased was born in Nephi December 16, 1864, the daughter of James D. and Marion Park. She has spent her entire life here. She Is survived by the folowlng borthers and sisters: Mrs. Acnes Sperry, Mrs. Emily Ingram, Mrs, Alice Howard, David, J R., Hugh and Joseph Park, Nephi and John Park of Murray. 0 4 3 3 Taylor C Tennant IB 2 3 1 Totals Funeral services were held in the Juab stake tabernacle Sunday aft- H PO 0 4 3 4 4 Van Leu van P Agent X Dudley Funeral Held Sunday For Mary E. Park 6. that Innings.. NeDhi team In 24 .6 6 31 X Batted for Taylor In 9th. NEPHI AB Player Belliston 3B Bailey SS Reese 2B Worthington IB Sperry C Lunt CF Burton RF Cowan LF Howard LF Christison P Totals H PO 0 0 0 5 4 5 5 0 1 1 2 3 10 0 13 4 4 1 3 4 38 27 10 Score by Innings Sprlngvllle Runs Hits 1 1 3 2 1 1 0 0 Nephi 00025120 0112402 Stolen bases, Lunt; Summary Runs Hits x-- 0 x-- hits, Groesbeck. three base hit, Lunt: two base hits. McKee, Weight; Struck out by Christison 13; Van Leuvan. 6; bases on balls off Christisonum-4, Van Leuvan 1. Scorer Wood, pire, Gardner. Sacrifice The News, Vol. 15, No. 1934 The Senior Seminary commence pageant is divided Into a prelude, ment exercises and pageant will be oi Introduction, and two short acts. held In the high school auditorium the first dealing with the activities Saturday and Sunday nights, May of the seminary and the second 20 and 27. according to Principal dealing with the knowledge gained LeRoy Whitehead. in this institution. The pageant this year is entitled. One of the features of the pag- The Seminary, A Light To Youth." cnat this year is the three text and will center around the work books which will be used In tht Mrs. Margaret Shaw McPherson. wmg aone In the Sem'nary. The second act. 64, wife of Seth McPherson, died at 1. Confrregational Singing: "True To The Faith." the family residence Tuesday, after 2. Government Hopper SPRIHGVILLE A. E. 24, MIA! Sem in a ry Commencemen t Valuation FIH Represent Stake At June Music Festival 2 May 3. Invocation: President Saxophone duet: James H. Ockey Prelude The Seminary" Readers. Characters: "Seminary," Venetta Bowles; "Service." Mildred Bowles; "Entertainment." Mabel Sowby; "MotivNelda ation." Cowan; "Information," Claudia Falrborne; "Nobility." Marion Chrlstensen; "Ability." Dorothy Johnson; "Reverence," Marian Pexton; "Youth." Myrth Kendall. Girls Chorus: Medely of Graduation Songs. 4. '"The Seminary". 5. Scene One "Seminary Activities" 6. Vocal solo: Evelyn Brough 7. "Seminary Activities": Readers. Characters: S, Florence Tolley; E, Genlel Kay; M, Beth Hobbs; I, Blanche Broadhead; N, Mildred Bradfield; A, Merdith Carter; R. Melda Vickers; Y, Dora Stanley. A, Mildred Bowles; C, Mabel Sowby; T, Nelda Cowan; I, Venetta Bowles; V, Arlene Newton; I. Dorothy Johnson; T. Marion Chrlstensen ; I, Claudia Fairborne; E, Marian Pexton; S, Myrth Kendall. "Programs," Dean Rasmussen; "Conduct," Ethel Neff; "Praying," Veda Chase; "Speaking," Phyllis Green; "Singing," Faye Shepherd; "Instrumental," Naomi Mangelson; "Reading", Melva Warner. "Social," LaMar Williams; "Hiking" Irene Booth; "Dance," Wilda Williams; "Banquet," Helen Nielsen; "Matinee" Zelda Newton. "Class," Marlon Bosch; "Stories," Nina Greenhalgh; "Forum," Itha Tunbridge; "Contests," Faye Pierce. "Honors," Gordon Francom and Jay Warner; "OffiWallace cers," "Medals," Ord; George Parkes; "Books," Ray Warren; "Pin," Kieth Broadhead. 8. Pageant Chorus: "Seminary Activities." Are Mailed Out By County Treasurer 8000 valuation notices were mail ed to tax payers of Juab County on Monday from the office of County Treasurer. Mabel Christison. Com plaints In regard to assesed valuation of any property or application for abatement or remittance of taxes must be made to-- the County Board of Equalization on either of the following dates: Nephi, June 4, 5 and 20; Eureka, May 28. 1934. County Treausrer Christison reo- orts an advance collection of app roximately 17,000.00 on 1934 taxes umu june i, a discount of 3 per cent oi uae lotai tax will be allow, ed to all taxpayers paytnar 1934 tax es. During June a discount of 2H per cent Is to be given: in Julv 2 ner cent; August 14 per cent and In September I per cent. This Is In accordance with the new law nut Into effect which allows the taxpayer a discount of S per cent In January. This discount decreases by t m i per cem each month until September. The last Utah legislature by the enactment of a new law made it possiDie ror tax payers to make partial payments of delinquent taxes in amounts of not less than tin A reduced rate of Interest was also aiiowea as follows: On delinquet taxes of 1928. 1929. 1930 inrf lorn interest was reduced from 12 cetn to 2 per cent and on rirflnn. uent taxes of 1932 and 1933 interest at the rate of 8 per cent instead of 12 per cent Is charged. This reduction in Interest applies only until January i, 1833. Scene Two "Instruction" 9. Guitar Duet: Melba A. Golden and Neldon Hansen. 10. "Instruction," Readers. Characters: K, Dorothy Johnson; N, Venetta Bowles; O, Nelda Cowan; W, LaMar Williams; L, Ray Warren; E, Kieth Broadhead; D, Marian Pexton; G, Claudia Fair-bour- n; E, Marion Chrlstensen. "Patriarchs," Marion Bosch; "Prophets," George Parkes; "Creation," Blanche Broadhead; "Character" Merdith Carter; r'Sacriflees," Milded Bowles; ' "God" Melda Vickers, "Dreams," Mildred Bradfield; "Prophecy," Mabel Sowby; "Conquests," Beth Hobbs; "Love," Dora Stanley; "Captivity." Geniel Kay. "Christ," Gordon Francom; "Paul," Jay Warner; "Sabbath," Florence Tolley; "Faith," Helen Nielsen; "Repentance", Wilda Williams; "Baptism" Irene Booth; "Holy Ghost," Zelda Newton; "Miracles," Arlene Newton; "Parables," Itha Tunbridge; "Atonement," Nina Greenhalgh. "Joseph Smith," Dean Rasmussen; "H. J .Grant," Wallace Ord; "Prayer," Melva Warner; "Priesthood," Faye "Organization," Naomi Mangelson; "PerseShepherd; "Revela-ation," cution," Ethel Neff; "Temples," Veda Chase; Phyllis Green; "Pioneering," Faye Pierce; "Colonization," Mryth Kendall. 11. Pageant Chorus; "Knowledge Song". COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES 12. Vocal solo: Mrs. J. R. Christiansen. 13. Report and Presentation of Graduates: Principal LeRoy Whitehead. 14. Presentation of Certificates: President A. H. Belliston. 15. Presentation of Sells Award to Outstanding Boy Graduate; '' A. E. Sells. 16. Class Appreciation: President Wallace Ord. 17. Graduation Song: Class. 18. Benediction: President Herman W. McCune. Graduates Nephi Irene Booth, Blanche Broadhead, Mildred Bowles, Kieth Broadhead, Venetta Bowles, Nelda Cowan, Veda Chase, Merdith Carter, Marion Christensen, Claudia Fairbourn, Nina Greenhalgh, Beth Hobbs, Dorothy Johnson, Myrth Kendall, Ethel Neff, Wallace Ord, George Parkes, Marian Pexton, Dean Rasmussen, Dora Stanley, Mabel Sowby, Florence Tolley, Melda Vickers, LaMar Williams, Melva Warner, Jay Warner, Ray Warren. Lev an Mildred Bradfield, Marion Bosh, Gordon Francom, Naomi Mangelson, Faye Pierce, Faye Shepherd, Itha Tunbridge. Mona Phyllis Green, Geniel Kay, Arlean Newton, Zelda Newton, Helen Neilsen. Mills Van-Leuva- n: Wilda Williams. Other Characters Lady Reader: Margaret Carpo Man Reader: Will L. Hoyt Accompanist: Melba A. Golden. Electrician: Gean Worthlngton. Senate Ladies Sew for Red Cross D. U. P. Election Set For Friday, June 1st The Daughters of Utah Pioneers of Juab County will meet in their third annual convention In the Juab Stake tabernacle on Friday, June 1 at 2 P. M. The meeting Is also caled for the election of new officers for the ensuring year. , All women over 18 years of age whose ancestors crossed the plains prior to 1868 are cordially invited to attend. An interesting program has been arranged and refreshments are to be served. A small charge will be made. Notices Canning schools will be held dur lng the summer for the purpose of acquainting tne aaun women vi NeDhi with the latest and best methods of canning fruits and veg etables, according to mjs. a. rc. Vte listen- The first lesson will deal with will the canning of vegetaobles and The United Slates senate ladies sew every Tuesday in the Senate Ofliee building for the American Red be held at the Juab high school Uere. left to right, are: Mrs. Warren F. Austin of Vermont, Mrs. John N. Garner, wife of the Vice PresCross. V. Ord and Mrs. Mr. and z m. v. George next Friday. June 1st, at Miss were Nelda Lyla Townsend of Delaware, daiifiliter of Senator Townsend; Mrs. Morris Sheppard of Texas; Ruth the ident; and lnvtt an daughters Mrs. Belliston extends Mra. E. J. F. George of Georgia, and Mrs. James J. Pavi of Pennsylvania. Mrs. Nellson Walter Mr. and of of this women guests ation to all of the In Provo Sunday. community to attend. Funeral Is Held For 21 runs iw roil ed Bill TO BE OP EH En III NEPHI Depositors' Committee and Directors Agree On Plan For New Bank For Nephi; Must be Approved At a meeting of the depositors committee of the Hirst National Bank and the board of directors of the Eureka Banking company, held last Thursday evening in Ne phi, a plan was submitted whereby the assets of both banks would be pooled, and a new banking institution will be formed in Neplu. Both the directors of the Eureka Banking Company and the depositor's committee have agreed on the plan. and providing it Is approved by the Comptroller of the Currency and the state banking department, the new plan will soon go into effect. If the present plan is approved, it is expected that at least fifty per cent of the deposits of the First National Bank will be released as soon as the new bank is open ed, although nothing definite is to be known until the comptroller of the currency gives official approval of the plan. Records Vital To Farmers Mary Ann Eliza Pay More than 8500 farmers in Utah are beginning to keep farm records, reports C. O. Scott, extension economist of the Utah State Agricultural College. Probably 90 per cent of these have never kept records before. Records are being kept in partial fulfillment of crop and livestock adjustment contracts entered Into by farmers with the Agrcultural adjustment administration of the federal government. The record books, which are free to contract signers, are being distributed by the Extension service at community meetings held In the various counties throughout the state. Prior to holding the meetings local leaders ware selected and trained to carry on the educational work in relation to the technique and use of the record book, Mr. Scott says. The use of such a record should serve as a guide to farmers in the future planning and operation of their business. "Farm records are probably more vital to the well being of the man on the land today than In any other period in history," Mr. Scott says. Funeral services were held Tues day afternoon in the stake tabernac le ror Mary Ann Eliza Ostler Pav widow of Alma Pay. who died at a Provo hospital Sunday, following a lingering illness. Interment was in the Vine Bluff cemetery, under the direction of the Anderson Fun eral home. The services were in charge of uisnop Myron R. Moyle of the Nephi ward The speakers were Iassc Grace, John Richardson. Patriarch Thomas Bailey and closing remarks Dy Bisnop Moyle. The Nephi ward Relief Society cnorus rurnisned two musical numbers. The invocation was offered by Alma Tranter, the benediction by Jesse Pay and the grave was dedicated by M. H. Ostler. Mrs. Pay was born In Nephi on Apirl 7, 1874, a daughter of John C. and Mary Ann Prince Ostler. She married Alma Pay, who died In 1933, and has spent her entire life in this community. She Is survvied by one son and one daughter, Carlos Pay. Nephi and Retta P. Fields,' Los Angeles; one grandchild and the following brothers and sisters: J. S.. and Fred Will Ostler, Salt Lake City; Geo. O., and J. E. Ostler, Nephi; Moroni Ostler, Tooele, Earl OsUer and Mrs. NeUle Aagard, Fountain Green. Paper-Pa- int The following out of town people attended the funeral: Mrs. A. W. Margetts, and Fred Ostler of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Ostler of Tooele; Mrs. John Aagard and A. Hansen of Ft. Green; Mr. and On Tuesday, May 29, the three Mrs. Rlngrose, Mrs. Lon Kenney Relief Societies of Nephi will meet and Mrs. Kenny of Mldvale. conjointly at the Tabernacle at 2 P. M. at which time a lecture and demonstration will be given by O'Niel of Salt Lake Cityu Nephi Business Houses To Robert The lecture will be concerning Be Closed Memorial Day washable wall paper, linoleum, floors and reflnishing furniture. InterThe demonstration will Business houses of Nephi will spersed with a musical be program close next Wednesday (Memorial consisting of a vocal duet, Mrs. Day) and on that day the people Davis and Mrs. Florence of this city will observe the day Winn; piano solo, Mrs. Lola Jensen in keeping with the spirit in which and a vocal solo, Ellen Cole. the day was set apart. A welcome is extended to all high The American Legion will furnish school girls or any others interested a firing squad to fire the custom In this work. An invitation is also ary salute at both cemeteries, after extended to Mona and Levan ladies which taps will be sounded. The to be In attendance members of the legion will place a Flag on the grave of each of those killed in action or who served In Engagement of Nephi the army or navy and have since Couple Is Announced passed away. Mrs. Leah Evans anounces the Luc- of her daughter, engagement . . 111. me, m Aiion n . izaaa, son oi Mr. Nephi and Payson To Mrs. Walter P. Gadd. The wedMeet Here Wednesday and ding is being planned for early June and will take place in the Manti The Nephi baseball team will cross Temple. bats with the Payson team next Wendesday afternoon at the local Stake Conference To ball park. Convene June 2 and 3 These teams are evenly matched and the game should be very inJuab Stake quartelry conference teresting to every fan. will be held in Nephi on June 2 and 9 3, President A. H. Belliston announced Wednesday. Relief Society Attend Wall Demonstration Da-iVe- ... Stake Union Meeting Set For Sunday Afternoon urday evening, June 2 and the ular sessions on Sunday. June Union meeting will be held Sunday, May 27, according to President A special request A. H. Belliston. has been made for a good representation of the various auxiliary organization officers and priesthood quorum officers to be In attendance at this meeting. K. C. Wright, state engineer of the road commission was the guest speaker at the Kiwanis luncheon Wednesday noon, when the club entertained th3 boy graduates of the Juab high school. A program of music and singing was enjoyed. I. M. Petty was in charge of the program. There will be one $ session on Satreg3.