The Thursday, Dec. 2, 1937 Www: wwpw-'ir- X Paqe Fiva Missionary Florida Mr. und Mm. Lektmt KtHiMon and family spent Thankiv iiik iia t at the home of Mr. an.l Mis Grct'iiluilgh in SuiittKiuin ' f Of Tells - M (jyiuut.f Nephi, Utah Mr. and Mrs. T. 1 luvis spent Thanksgiving in Wali-- at tin- tu.in.- ul Mr. Davis's ureni,, Mi an.l Mrs. John Pavis. rCXTCNSION WORK ( $, LOCAL - SOCIAL NEWS mwijVU's I Times-New- as 111 i i.tuitints amount to $:!.", ycai. It is not ilislnu out- -- initHMi! p..) u lumber .slate, but with an Mr. and Mrs. Clitn'tuv (;oh-iuf $19,01)11,001) in naval bloies and fiiniily spent Satunlav ancl put iLir,i'ly tin pent ine ranks hih in Sunday us guests of Mr. aiui Mis. lias important product. A. W. Clyde in American Fink. Out of .iri.lMKi.tHio acres only li'v per cent is under cultivMrs. Raymond Cuiti-- and her ;i lJ.i per cent awaits the children returned to Salt Lake mi ation iiiiiinij; of additional population. g Tlianksiv-inufter spending Sunday Kvei .;laiies alone contains as visitors at tin- lnnin- ,, The 3,'K),iHKl uiii'J and when fully Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Irons drained and completed cultivated will support in comfort a million Merl and Karl Chase, and Mi. and Mrs. Maurice Chase nl Iain people. varAs inilit lie Angeles are visiting in Nii hi at ieties of iish are found 111many the wut-tei- s the home of Mr. and Mi s Sissoii of its shores. The Kncyloped-l- a Ch ae, on account ot the serious "Americana" fixes the nunilier of illness of Mr. Chase. varieties at five hundred, liut since publication a Los Angeles Tuna Eliu.leth Foote who is leaching its sc hool in Holden, and W ilson Koote, lias been caught at Miami, surely advertised when a student at the U. S. A. C. sient the state is well nil the wav from tiinu will come the Thanksgiving vacation at t he aCalifornia to investigate the stories home of their parents, Mr and Mrs. ol Florida's progress. Tarpoon is V. M. Koote. the favorite game fish. A sun fish Mr. and Mrs. Owen N. (jiljson ruunlit near Miami, according tono- aweighed a ton, and daughter Pearl of 1'ieston, morning paper, Idaho were Thanksgiving holiday cording ato on atternoon paper, mere loot) pounds. The weighed visitors in Nephi. They returned to difference between these two retheir home Monday. ports show how little accuracy is 1 here are Beth Hobbs, a student nurse at j required in a fish story. Moon fish. Star fish. Angel fish L. D. S. left the fur Salt, hospital Devil fish, and each visitor Lake City Saturday after spending and can suit his own taste. The Spanish the Thanksgiving vacation at the Mackerel is one ot the most beauhome of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. tiful us well ns a favorite lor the Lloyd Uobbs. table. Sea food yields 15.UUU.U0U Reed Black, who is a student dollars per year, most of it being but the sum also includes reat the Utah State Agricultural fish, turns from oysters, shrimp and the College in Logan was in Nephi last week to spend the Thanksgiving clam. Florida's main crop which is alholidays at the home of his parents, ways dependable and never suffers Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Black. from blights, frost or conditions Mr. and Mrs. Alva Stout, Mr. on the markets, etc, consists of its and Mrs. Ray Kelson and Miss tourists ,or winter visitors, if you Ruth Beagley of Salt Lake City please, representing all classes and were week end visitors at the kinds, the aged and in firmed, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beag- weak and unwell, the retired rich and the young adventurers and ley. vacationists, who come to escape the frigid temperatures and blizMiss Reva Vickers,.who is teachof the north and bask in the ing school in Bingham, and Jack zards sunshine and breezes, enVickers, a student at the U. S. A. balmy the recreation and sports of C. were Thanksgiving holiday vis- joying in the itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. this winter playground south. Lester B. Belliston. Of Florida's principal cities, JacksMr. and Mrs. J. J. Keeler and onville is the gateway of the state. Geraldine Bowles of Provo were Miami, like gay Paris, is the pleasThanksgiving holiday guests at the ure lovers mecca, offering the gay home of Mrs. Kate Bowles. Miss sports of bathing, fishing, yatch-indog raising, etc. Many Florida Catherine Bowles returned to Provo with them and spent the week cities are used as training camps for the big league base ball teams. end at their home. Tampa is known as the city of Ella Romney and Blanche Len-or- e commerce. Palm Beach, St. Peter Coon, who are attending school sburg, Daytona Beach, etc., are at the B. Y. U. and Miles Romney, principally tourist cities. Tarpon who is a student at the University Springs is famous as a spongue of Utah, spent Thanksgiving day fishery. St. Augustine claims to be and the week end at the home the oldest and most historic city in of Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bailey. the United States. It is here that the visitor sees the old fort with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Briggs had its dark dungeons where prisoners as Thanksgiving dinner guests: Mr were kept. Its stone gate and narand Mrs. James Madsen of Provo, row streets, used as a protection Mrs. James Smith, of Idaho Falls, against invasion. Many of the housIdaho, Mr. and Mrs. Carlyle Thom- es are of the ancient Spanish type, pson and family of St. George, Mr. with beautiful colored and ornaAnother very and Mrs. Charles Stephenson and mental faccades. daughter Florence and Mr. and interesting relic, still standing, is Mrs. M; S. Jackman and family the old block on which slaves were sold to the highest bidder. of Nephi. In conclusion, allow me to draw a pen picture which I would paint with a brush, were I an artist, representing Florida as I see it. In the upper left hand corner I would paint an orange and a cluster of orange blossoms to represent its fruit. In the upper right hand corner the Poinsetta, the Hibiscus and Bourganvilla to represent its flowers. In the lower left hand corner, a Mockingbird, the greatest of its feathered song sters. In the lower right hand cor ner, a fish, a Spanish Mackerel, of QUARTS course. In the center I would draw a wave-lik- e line to repres CODE NO. 312 ent the surf upon its seacoast. Then I would put a Royal Palm at one end of the line and a Cocoanut palm at the other end. Below the line I would put a collection of its winter vegetables, and above the line I would quote the inscription on the Peacock Temple at Delhi, India, "If on earth there's a heaven s ) r IADT ULOVA Mojud n '29 75 While in Washington, D. C. recently, Director William. Peterson was awarded a distinguished service certificate by Epsilon Sigma Phi, national extension service fraternity, for his meritorious work among rural people. GODDESS TIME I 17 THIGH-MOL- D SILK STOCKINGS Tk Btlt 98c Htlltry Twm! to Vsim E."VWV. t i . ft r.'r mam cw hT?-- i d 3 J" A .W,, ;s MINUTE MAM CA) 17 J.w.li. lb villi k I I Cnmd to hi Domestic demand for farm products probably will not be as favorable in 1938 as this year, and foreign demand is expected to show little, if any improvement, the bureau of agricultural economics said in a report released this week. The bureau bases its unfavorable outlooM for domestic demand on industrial activity, which has shown a marked decrease this fall, and on consumer incomes and general le vels of prices. The report also indicated, however, that exports during the first part of 1938 would be materially larger than a year ago. The level of wholesale You can hole in the theie brutally punch garter guide of s lovely Mojud . . . pull with all your strength . . . end no run will Thigh-Mold- mar their beauty below the hem line. The danger area it protected by 4 magic (trips. But that's not all these 4 magic strips absorb strain and keep your seams straight. Christensen's prices, and consequently of farm product considerIQ75 be to is expected prices, THRIFT DEPT. STORE ably lower in 1938 tha h hahhhah in 1938 than in 1937, the lower ably A Small Deposit will Secure Any department of agriculture stated Article in the Store in a reDort released through the LOCAL -- SOCIAL bureau of agricultural economics W. MORELAND in most NEWS early this week. Prices increased foreign countries have Jeweler to a marked extent this year, but Pace, who is enrolled at the thpse nrice raises are not expected U. Jack S. A. C. at Logan, visited in to materially affect the price of Nephi during the Thanksgiving vaImportance of Discipline in the United States. cation. The employee that evidences a dis- goods position to disregard discipline will A decline in milk production, Arthur Chase Is visiting indef-inatenever be fitted to lead others never in Ogden and in Pocatello, until be changes his course. He will crrpflter than the normal seasonal decline, was evident through the- Idaho with relatives. always remain a private. iTn ted States in October, tne Dureconomics re- Judge and Mrs. George Christiannorted late in November. Prices of sen of Price were guests at the tne repori saia, home of Mrs. Joseph Carter the dairy products, wnne tne prices oi first of the week. have increased, other products have in most cases Mrs. Joseph Carter and Marjorie suffered sham declines. Storage stocks of dairy products are de and E. J. Carter spent Thanksgiva point below average. ing in Salt Lake City as guests of creasing to asserts. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pexton. the bureau d G. ly ilililt TO THE DENTAL Seaman Knapp were honored by two tab lets which were erected in Washington last week to commemorate the founding of the United states years Department of agriculture 75instruago. The two men were mental in formulating the department and making the original plans for the service of the department. James PROFESSION SPECIAL ON ALL WORK PLATE "AD Pink RUBBER r 1 1 PLATE I25 No 50 n wort it perform d on inr matter ndr th authorization and rspon- ttVKfcy of Utah Licaniad Dntitts. Urban taxpayers suffer more under the burden of heavy taxes than do rural tax payers, Dr. Mabel t Newcomer, of Vassar college said in a report issued a short time ago. The reason for this is the amount of indirect taxation to which a city dweller must submit, the report said. 1 4 m Marie Kendall, who is employed in Salt Lake City was a Thanksgiving day guest of her mother, Mrs. John Kendall. pected soon, the New York Times said recently. The Times' assumption was occasioned by the visit of Sir Ronald Lindsay, British ambassador, with Francis B. Sayre, Assistant Secretary of State in direct charge of trade agreements. Rubbr" $6 Mrs. Bernell Openshaw and son Lamar of Santaquin are visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Jarrett, parents of Mrs. Openshaw. Mr. and Mrs. Samuel P. Nielson the Thanksgiving holidays in spent An announcement by Great Brit-ia- n Salt Lake City as guests of Mr. and and the United States that they Mrs. Oran Foote and Mr. and Mrs. expect to begin negotiations for Newton Kay. reciprocal trade agreement is ex- NEW LOW PRICES NATURE and Wilson Mil CALIFORNIA WINES Ced NAME PINTS CODE NO. - riitha . riith Port Port White Port White Port Tokay Tokay Sherry 779 778 -- Qt- 928 -- Gala. 927 Qt. --Gala. -- Qla. ---- Gala. Qta. Qta. 928 929 1004 100S 1032 966 Muscatel Gala. 967 1055 Angelica Qta. 953 Tamper Proof Port Qta. 992 Tamper Proof Muscatel.Qta. 1015 Tamper Proof Tokay Qta. 313 of bliss, it is Champagne Alcohol 20 Qta. Jta. by Volume COATS SUITS DRASTICALLY REDUCED FOR SELLING! SHOP PENNEY'S QUICK TOMORROW! 1BUY SAVE! X 1 GO ON SALE SATURDAY AT 9 LADIES AM-6- 4 only WASH FROCKS HURRY! THEY'LL GO FAST Broken Sizes Odds and Ends Reduced For A QUICK CLOSE OUT BUY NOW! DRASTICALLY REDUCED! WINTER 4 LADIES COATS ENTIRE STOCK REDUCED! Sport and Fir Trim Styles Reduced Now Be the First to choose Yours! Sizes 14 to 44! IE SENSATIONALLY PRICED - SAVE NOW MEN'S OVERCOATS Men! You MUST see these coats Now. Dark Colors Quality Fabrics 3 1 Close Out - Large Size 4 ONLY - LADIES COATS Towel Ends 5c The Lowest Price We've Had On Such Pieces! Dark Blue Coats A Value if your Size is Here TWO BIG GROUPS REDUCED! STUDENT SUITS Mothers Here Is A Chance to Solve The Gift Problem Hurry ! They're Knockouts 36 i ! Inch - Fast Color a MEN'S ALL WOOL Dress Prints Jackets This group will sell Out in a Hurry! Be Here at 9 A M SATURDAY Selling at a Fraction this." Very truly yours, Trenna Bailey Since I6tSn urn. 1 1 Iff , B& : A BUND OF STRAIGHT WH1SKIIS iBUNDEO BY FRANKFORT OlSTILUBIES IT- MPV90 - MU j Frankfort Distilleries, Inc., Louisville and Baltimore OUT THEY GO! Not Old Stock, but iNewi Desirable Styles! A Bargain bensation! Sizes 14 to 46 2oi Elgin Garrett should be real good because he is such a company "Good Mixer" and handles the Nephi dough. GeorgQ Haymond tainly enjoys drugs but has a them) gist, and sometimes of a time". 900 408 90 Proof J LADIES DRESSES Just a note to inform the farmers of this district that the 1937 Soil Conservation Checks will be ready for distribution about TUESDAY but we don't know which Tuesday. According to the law of average it may be July 1938. OOBEt of their Former Worth SEE THEM NOW! FALL AND WINTER STYLES REDUCED THIS AND THAT IN AGRICULTURE reu& Z receiving the above article from Miss Trenna Bailey, she has informed The Times-New- s of her release from Missionary work in Miss Bailey is Orlando, Florida. expected to arrive home within a week's time. also 6:40 Brcrndv J g, Mo. Claret Sauleme A '.DRESSES 'COATS i J.-- .I. IOQ75 W - PENNEY'S CHRISTMAS GIFT TO NEPHI southern states. other I.uiiiih i Gracious, ped beating says he ceris to sell "Sharp" drughas a "Bodell" (that my heart almost the other day stop- our editor fell down and nearly broke his contract. What he said about the sidewalk shouldn't be published at this time. irffiw m ii,inni wi ..hi - juiimum mrnrn.,, wife-- . We amatures have been practicing a play, and believe me, Dewey knows his "Whittlin". He says that the only time he can take another person's age and really get away with it in" ,Vr fci m Some of the farmers of this rict haven't signed Form in connection with the Soil dist- WR-11- 0 Con- servation program. All we can say for them is "No Sign No Money."