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UBIU.RV. li. V. U. for Voluma 33 r k i i lews o TTne Boys Serving The Country FORT FRANCIS E. WARREN, I CAMP RUCKER, Alabama Eugene J. Aagard, Co. A., has recently been promoted from Corporal to Sergeant. Mr. Aagard is a soin of Mr. and Mrs. Ollie S. He is a Aagard of Levan, Utah. plattoon guide. Sergeant Aagard entered the Army on June 8, 1942. A. proclamation by the president the eighteenth anniversary day of their birth during the iods indicated below, shall at the der the Service Selective as any local call. MONA Mr. and Mrs. Ray Newton have received word of the promotion of their son, Karl M. Newton, to Sergeant in the United States Army. Karl is stationed at Camp White, Oregon. He was inducted at Fort Douglas April 10, of this year, and received his promotion on November 15. He is a 4h; Tv.ib high rchocl and attended B. Y. U. He also is a graduate of the Western Elect-ri- al College. the register board un- hours ISN'T Sergeant Newton expects to be home soon on furlough. Lawrence Don Brough, son of Walter F. Brough, has received orders to report to Columbia University, New York, on December 7, for a period of training in the United States Naval Reserve. He will leave Nephi Friday morning December 4th. Lawrence Is the third of Mrs. Brough's sons to enter the Naval Mrs. Reserve. SALT LAKE CITY Dee C. Kendall, 23, so nof Mrs. Fred Kendall of Nephi has been enlisted in the United States Navy as an message is written to you mothers your government. It concerns the most precious thing in all the world to you your child. from It asks you to help protect that child the fate fear, from starvation, from death that has befallen millions of children under the rule of Nazi and Jap tyrants. It asks you to urge your husband to join the the easy way to buy Payroll Savings Plan War Bonds that will furnish the ships and guns and tanks and planes so desperately needed to guard you and yours from the horrors of defeat. Or, if your husband is already buying War Bonds through the Payroll Savings Plan it asks you to urge him to buy more, to increase his savings to at least ten per cent of his salary or wages. Remember. Millions of your brothers, husbands, sons, friends are risking everything. You are asked to risk nothing. War Bonds are the World's Safest Investment. As you buy them through the Payroll Savings Plan today, you are doing your part School Play To Be Presented Friday Evening Foot Loose, A Comedy Acts To Be . .. Given at Auditorium "Foot Loose" a comedy in three In acts, high 3 presented at the Juab school auditorium Friday evwill TOP THAT 10 December 4, at 8 P. M. The comedy is the annual Juab high school drama, and is under the direction of R. F. Dabb. The play, written by Charles Quimby Burdett, is being produced with Row, by special & arrangement Peterson Co., Evanston and New York. The Glade Vivian cast of characters includes: Greenhalgh, Mildred Jones, Hoyt, Bryce Bailey, Luiclle Ellison, J. Don Andrews, Kathryn Gail Sanders, Geniel Fred Kendall, Joan Brough, Fratt, Milton Worwood, Lincoln Pay, and Jane Sperry. D. F. Winn NEW YEAR'S! This Will at the City Hall. Collect Make Annual Visit To Nephi Homes is Mothers are asked to begin now arranging for special Christmas Eve visits from Santa Claus. While in Nephi this week, Santa asked The Times-Neto run an announcement, that he will again call at homes In Nephi on Christmas eve, as he has done for years past. Because of special war work that Santa has converted his plants for, he will be unable to talk to the kiddies of Nephi over the telephone as he has done some other years. He la busy supervising the work in his huge toy plants. Mother are asked to call Silk In Stockings Near Future Be Made Gas Allowance Appeal Can On Although all farmers must real that they will have to reduce mileage on trucks and automobiles in the and that the main purpose issuing of Certificates ofuseWarof Nerubcessity is to reduce the ber, where an obvious error has iz-- 3 Silk and nylon from hosiery are been made In allotments for milrequired to supply needed stocks eage and gallons of motor fuel, and of these materials for war pro- more specifically, where the duction. The public is asked to of motor fuel granted is indonate all worn and discarded, sufficient for the operation of the washed women's and misses silk Certitruck or trucks which the can and nylon hosiery in the followbe ficate covers, an appeal classifications: ing made. (a) All Silk. This appeal should be made to (b) All nylon local war price and rationing the (c) Mixture of silk and nylon A temporary ration of moboard. (d) Mixture of silk and rayon. tor iuel will permit operation for (e) Mixture of nylon and rayon essential purposes up to and Includ(f) Mixture of silk and cotton ing: December 31, 1942. However, (g) Mixture of nylon and cotton. fuel allowed will be deducted at Silk and nylon are critically a later date from the total allowneeded for the production of pow- ed. der bays and for other war materiThe Teason that the appeal syals. Collections must be continu- stem covers only the month of ous for the duration. December is that no appeal can be It is planned to have a collecti- filed until 30 days after gasoline on for Nephi ri the near future, Into operation. goes and all ladies are asked to collect rationing the outlined procedure Therefore, nil silk and nylon hose, or comwill take care of obvious errors so binations of two fabrics as noted that all trucks may operate necesabove, and have them washed and sary miles during December. It Is a little thing to do, ready. and will aid In the war space is Santa Claus Will Navy-Recruitin- 2:15 "North Pole 5000" to arrange Mr. Santa with the special number visit. than Claus No ten for smaller kiddies be assembled, because of the gasoline rationing program. If it Is possible to have more than this number, Santa re- quests that you do so, In order to cut down the number of stops. Give Mrs. Santa the name, address of your house, and if possible the number of kiddie which will All arrangement be there. hould be made by not later than December 21, In order that the route can be worked out, and the mother notified of the exact time. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Miller spent with their The board members of the Ne- Thanksgiving In Provo of the Service Star son and daughter - In - law, Mr. chapter phi Save 3 pairs of old Legion will hold a meeting at the and Mrs. Van Miller. clean silk stockings. They will Hall Saturday, December 5 admit you to a Silk Stocking mati- City Miss Lauana Edwards of Provo 3 P. M. A full attendance of at nee at the Venice soon. Watch board members Is desired. Stella spent the week end with her grand for the date. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Mil- effort. Children materially Olpin, Kenneth Pexton of Nephi has been officially Initiated Into the Phi Sigma XI Fraternity on the Branch Agricultural college campus at Cedar City. Mrs. for president. 3. W. Kendall left Thursday Oakland, California, where she the winter with planssonto Inspend law and daughter, Mr. Mrs. Norman Mastro. her and bring up, educate, and develop that child tomorrow. Talk it over with your husband tonight. And resolve to put at least ten per cent not or into War Bonds through the or 8 Payroll Savings Plan. Do it for that child of yours. Isn't he worth it? 6, 7, If you lm WHAT YOU SHOULD are . . . DO of your pay m War Already setting aside 10 Bunds through the Payroll Savings Plan boost that 10 if you can. 2. Working in a plant where the Plan is installed, but haven't signed up yet sign up tomorrow. 3. Working in a plant where the Payroll Savings Plan hasn't been installed, talk to your union head, foreman or plant manager and see if it can't be installed right away. The local bank will be glad to help. 4. Unable to get in on the Payroll Savings Plan for any reason, go to your local bank or wherever bonds are sold. They will be glad to help you start . Plan, of your own. BY I U. S. WAR BONDS BUY w THROUGH THE PAYROLL SAVINGS PLAN Tfiiiiiiirriin Mr. Kendall Betty manager, and entertainment apprentice seaman. stage signed at the Salt Lake City between the acts will be provided station. and Junior by Kenneth Riddle Reid. Prompters are Rhea Black Is Cross The Red Sewing: class and Beverly Booth. being held each Wednesday aftern- oon at to help protect your child today! And at the same time setting up a savings fund to help be ening, Burridge, WORTH IT? HE THIS an dending December 31, 1942. d. During the continuance of the present war, those who were born on or after January 1, 1925 shall be registered on the day they or attain their 18th anniversary, the day following if such date falls on Sunday or a legal holiday. yduii...! sestab-liWmien- per- which they reside, between of 9 a. m. and 5 p. m. on the days hereinafter designated: For all those born on or A. after July 1, 1924 but not after 31, 1924, any day during the August December 11 to December perod IT, 1942. b. Those born on or after September 1,19241924 and not after shall be registeOctober 31, red on any day December 18 to parents, ler. Paul Sparkes of Salt Lake City spent Thanksgiving with his aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph D. Park. Attend Meet a Contribution to America's All-O- ut War Program Services Held For Baby Although There Will Be No Lights, Santa Funeral services for James II. McPherson, infant son of James L. and Zenda Madsen McPherson, who died shortly after birth, Wednesday evening at the family residence were held Saturday afternoon at 2:30 P. M. at the home. The services were in charge of Robert P. Garrett of the North ward bishopric. The prayers were offered by C. II. Grace and Elijah Salisbury. Speakers were James H. Ockey of the stake presidency, and Robt. P. Garrett. Musical selections consisted of "Somewhere The Sun Is and "Beautiful Isle of Shining" Somewhere" given by a quartet consisting of Elgin Garrett, Nello Sudweeks, Emma Canon and Afton Lambert. The grave in the Vine Bluff cemetery was dedicated by Reed Mad-se- n of Salt Lake City. Survivors include the parents, a mrother and two sisters: Kenneth. Janice and Meredith McPherson; and two grand fathers: Seth McPherson of Nephi and H. P. Mad-se- n of Rigby, Idaho. Out of town people who wore at the services included Mr. "and Mrs. Reed Madsen of Salt Lake City, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd McPherson and daughter Bonnie Jenn of Mills, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest CWistie of Moab, Mrs. Roy McPherson and daughter Margaret of Mills. Mrs. Delia Collard of Fountain Green. Santa Claus was in Nephi making arrangements for visit to the city just prior to Christmas this He stated that the year. War Department ha asked that no outside light be put up this year, to conserve on material and on electricity which are necessary to the war production. "But" he stated, "that doe not prevent us from teeing all the kiddies." He asked the Junior Chamber of Commerce to make arrangement for a party to be held probably on December 18, the exact time and place to be announced later, that he might be able to give them a little token of hi esteem for them. Candy and nut are 'out but some other goodies are being arranged for so that Santa can give something to the kiddies. It will probably be somewhat the same a In the past few year, without the ceremony of turning on the multitude of Christmas light along main street. Watch this paper for the complete story on all the arrangement. In next week' Will In Come to Nephi Tuesday, issue. The Primary Guide Cass of the Feed Loans Are Nephi ward met Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Earl II. Availble To Stockmen Steele. The boys worked on their The Emergency Crop and Feed listed In their logs. AssignLoan Office, Farm Credit Admin- SHSK ments were made for each boy with regional headquart- next week In the Trail of Health. istration, ers In the Salisbury building. Salt A chill supper was served to the Lake City, is now making loans for at 7 P. M. the purchase of feed for livestock. boys The basic characteristic of the 1931. The rate of interest Is 4 per loan is that It represflnU federal cent per annum. Those located In Juab county credit that Is made available 'only to farmers who cannot obtain a may make application by calling on loan from other sources Including Miss LaVon Harris at the County the production credit associations. Aeent's office in Nephi. D. D. Bush- These loans have been made on a t nell will be at the office In Nephi nation wide basis In each year since 'each Wednesday. Salt Lake H. W. McCune Is One Of Speakers At Convention attending the school are 45 minutes late tor their first cass. This arrangement will also help students who are working m busines at the present time. Students will also be free at an earlier hour for lunch. School officials assure you this change is made in the interest of students, homes and other organizations. All school people take this opportunity to thank you for your cooperation and ask you to continue to see that your boys and girls are punctually and regularly at school. Supt. R. F. Nilsson. JT dates for recently established the under the the Sixth Registration, United States Selective Service. The proclamation calls for registration of male citizens of the United States and other male residents, who shall have attained of BOH DS Club Officers ginning Monday, December 7, lioul will bourn ut ):3l) A. M. Tins change is made that we might meet the schedule of the Vocal iunal school at I'rovo. At present about 23 o our students ill! Eldon Boswell of the U. S. Marine Corps was on furlough recently and visited with his parents and friends. Eldon is a son of Mr. and December 24. Mrs. Verno Boswell of this city, c. Those who were born on or and has been stationed at Jacksonv- after November 1, 1942 but not ille, Florida, for the past nine after December 31, 1924 shall be months. registered any day during the period from Saturday, December 26 Sergeant Clarence Reed, who is stationed somewhere in Hawaii, called his family by long distance telephone on Thanksgiving day. He reports that the boys are all well and fine, and that each of them enjoyed a big Thanksgiving dinner. It was reported that his voice was as plane over the long distance call SCHOOLS TO START Olds U.. WAR Number 49 AT 9;30, BEGINNING ON MONDAY NEXT To Sign Up Starting on December II ks Nephi, Utah. 8 Year 1942 3 Registration Dates Set for Young Men William Irons has been commissioned a Second Lieutenant in the Army of the United States upon completion of a course in the Quartermaster school Corps Officer Candidate here. lie is to take up duties in the feeding, clothing, and transHe porting of the U. S. Army. is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry J. Irons, 194 West Sixth South, WYMOM1NG Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, Dec. 3rd, The Nephi Kivanis club was well represented at the district meting held in Salt Lake City Saturday ". McCune, distand Sunday. H. rict Lieutenant-Governelect attended all sessions, and Spencer E. Forrest and Ray Gadd, president and vice president elect, respectively, attended the Sunday ssseions. Mr. McCune was one of the speakers at the, Sunday morning session, talking on The Duties of a His address was Vice President. well received by the Kiwanians assembled. Kiwanians and their partners also enjoyed a fine Thanksgiving party last week, with Turkey and all the "fixins" making an elaborate meal. The members enjoyed two fine talks by Vaughn Pax-ma- n and Lawrence Memmott, who told of various experiences they had encountered in the mission filed. A cello solo was played by Miss Vivian Hoyt, accompanied by Beverly Booth. ls or PROVO Mrs. Elena H. Stanley of Mona is one of the poets whose work appears in the new "Utah Sings" state anthology of verse which has just been published. Of the. 1700 or more poems submitted 370 were selected for the collection. This includes some of the best work done by Utah writers since 1934, according to the editor, Dr. Carlton Culmsee, head of the Brigham Young University journalism S. E. Forrest was toastmaster, being introduced by Wilford Pratt, president of the club. B. A. Wilcox, Earl L. Steele spent the Thanks- a member of the board of dirgiving holidays with his parents, ectors was general chairman of Mr. and Mrs. Earl II. Steele. Earl arrangements. is very much interested in his Games were played after the studies and is a Sophomore at the dinner, with Mrs. H. L. Mangelson. University of Utah. He is a mem- Wilford Pratt. Mrs. Gilbert Bailey ber of the Society of Engineers. and B. A. Wilcox winning the prizes. Stake Opera Presentation On Dec. Nth Church News And Notices Mrs. Ray Worthington will review the book "Big Family" by Bellamy Partridge before the Nephi Ward M. I. A. special interest Hawaiian Setting To Lend Charm To Well Prepared Entetainment Plans are being completed this The annual Juab Stake M. I. A. opera will be presented next Fri- week for holding the annual Nephi day evening, December 11, in the Elders party on Saturday evening, Juab High Schoool auditorium, at December 12, at the South ward recreational hall. All elders are 8 P. M. to be at the Theopera, "The Hermit of Haw- asked to' make plans aii" is under the direction of Emma party, and to watch for special C. Cannon, and features In the announcements which will be sent large cast, some of the best voices out during the next week. Special of Juab stake. Mrs. Ellen jGarrett plans are being made for a large crowd, and the party has been is accompanist. With a complete Hawaiian set scheduled for Saturday night to alon deting, the opera is built around the low those who are Inworking attendance. to be fense plants many predicaments suffered by the people of the island when their ruler makes numerous laws and Gordon Hobos, John Elders regulations for the people to live Vickers and Vaughn Paxman, who under. Among the laws is one returned recently from missions, which forbids any subjects to fall will be the speakers at the Fast in love, with the threat of death Day meeting in the South ward at for their penalty. 12:10 Sunday, acording to bishop The cast i3 composed of Lieutent-an- t P. B. Cowan. All members of the Paul C. Green of te U. S. Navy ward are urged to attend this meetwhich part is played by Herman ing, and hear these young men W. McCune. Princess Kilani, a report on their missionary daughter of Prince Kanopl, the ruler of Hilo, Verda Beck. Prince Kanopoi, Karl Warner; Toto and The South Ward Reunion will be Tata, attendants to the princess, Laura Morgan and Afton Lmbert; held next Thursday according to Napoopoo and Konibopo, Hawaiian an announcement made today by Memmott and Bishop P. B. Cowan. The reunion Nobles, Lawrence David Me hnm; O Yu, Mee Tu anTJ was originally scheduled for this Kahuna, the three wise men, El- week, but was postponed until next gin Garrett, Nello Sudweeks and for reasons heyond the control of Eugene Wilkey; Bosun Bill of the the bishopric. U. S. Navy, R. Elgin Gardner; Tak-apil- l, Adults of the ward will enjoy the oldest inhabitant of the the reunion at 7 P. M.. while the If? years of age 'and island, Er. V. Downs; Mi Yi, a fish- children. This cast under, will be served at noon. All erman, Jhn Vickers. own is supported by a choru of 40 vilpeople are urged to brini their fishermen and dishes. maidens, lagers, men, guards, etc. The opera is being presented by the Stake M. I. A. organizations as a budget entertainment, free to all members of the stake. Juab tucked away two more victories last week, defeating North Sanpete nnd Wasatch Academy. Pushing through the second half with plenty to spare a vastly improved Juab squad crushed the In the North Snnvete eager second game of the week, Juab displayed considerable power to defeat Wasatch Academy In the North Sanpete game, a determined Juab five rallyed to win by a comfortable margin, after trailing seven points at half-timBailey. Garrett and Worthington looked good for the winners. The high Hying Wasps jumped into an early lead against Wasatch Academy which they held throughMarcus Garrett out the contest and Bryce Bailey agnin waxed hot to lead the attack. The reserves saw action In both games. Juab plays Gunnison high here on Monday, December 7, '"at 8 P. 49-2- 43-2- 3. e. M. East Juab Men Report for Induction The following is the list of men who were called for induction this week. Of the group listed below only four were sent to the induction station from here, the remaining either having been transferred for induction from other board headquarters. Thuae who were sent to the in duction station from Nephi today Murren were Frank H. Parkin, ll Dean Worthington, Oliver N. and George Harold Parkin. Others called from East Juab county but who have reported from other stations include: lARoy Franklin Swasey. Mona. Orin D. l. Morgan. Levan, Thomas Fred Laraine Forest and Nephi Painter, Salt Lake. Enlisted in the Navy were Dee C. Kendall of Salt and Jaime Ray Linton of Sid-we- Tid-wel- Iike Nephi.