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WW Mil no AD Y09 DOUBLE DUTY V All DOLLARS. Nephi, Juab County. Utah Volume 35 Levari Man Suffers Burns Broken Insulators Seen As Direct Cause Of Serious Accident acDefinitely Unking the serious cident on the Levan power line inThursday with the shooting of sulators by hunters and others, NeCity Electrician Ray Powell of as phi Cltv labeled suchMr. action Powell's today. "sabotage" statements were made following the accident which severely burned J. A. Earley of Levan, and which could have cost him his life. Mr. Earley, who is employed by electrical Levan town on their system, came in contact with a 11,000 volt ware while patroling the line between Levan andHeNephi was Thursrlav. his severely burnr.i on the top of "his head, on his back and about hands. His condition was reported as "not serious" at the Payson hospital late Thursday. The cominwardly, plete extent of his burns, will not be known for some time. Mr. Powell stated that on one Telluride occasion recently, the Power company's 44,000 volt line betWeen Nephi and Delta was shot down by hunters or others who and persistently shoot insulators, Road tat employees of the State Commission whowere working on highway west of Nephi, noticed a fire caused by the short circuit, and reported to oficers of the power company. The line was out of service for more than six hours, causing power failures in Nephi, Delta and intermediate points. In the majority of instances where ever failure has ocured on and the Nephi City municipal lines, on thme Telluride Power Co. system in this vicinity, the failures have been traced defSniltely to insulators broken by hunters or vandals. It is acknowledged that the insulators are nice shinyra tar- ax' get for rit'lea, but pensive ones when their breakage causes power failures and accidents which may claim life and prpoerty. James P. Christensen, Mayor of Levan, stated Thursday that Mr. Earley has been employed by Levan town for the past three months and that he was patroling the line Thursday morning in an effort to find trouble which had made the power in Levan irregular Wednesand Thursday. The Leday night connects with the Big van line Springs Power company at Fountain Green, and comes through Salt Creek canyon and then South over Levan ridge from Nephi. The service to Levan was resumed Thursday by 4 P. M. following repairing of the break by Nephi City and Levan town power officials. te poral Robert Number 52 Ladies Club x Cantata To be News of Nephi Presented The their Century at regular meetinii December the Mrs. Thomas. decorated and beautifully lighted Sunday tree gave cheer for the holiday sea Florida 20th Cor- Gadd, son of Mr. and home of Mrs. Ray Gadd of Nephi Utah was graduated this week from the AAF Training Command's Flexible Gun nery school at Buckingham Field near Fort Myers, Florida. Now qualified as an aerial gunner, he will soon become a member of the Army Air Forces' bomber crews. He will receive his crew training at an operational train ing field in the United States and Hundreds of then go overseas. eunners are graduated each week from the huge gunnery school near Fort Myers where the shooting ranges from skeet with a shotgun to firing from a power operated turret in the huge bombers over the Gulf of Mexico. Robert was graduated last spring from the Juab high school. May Yours Be a Most Happy I J old acquaintances. With 1945 about to make its debut, we can think of nothing more appropriate than that World Fame Benno Rabinof, American Violinist, who is making an appearance on January 8th in a concert presented by the Kiwanis club of Nephi at the Juab high school auditorium is one of the most distinguished violinists on the concert ot-da- y. time-honor- -- ed greeting, Happy New Year! The Times - News To Install one-four- th Year town and countryside. It's time tc throw dull care aside ar4 .renew of Local Club Officers ft New will chimes soon be drifting over Rabinof Is Violinist Green Happenings Prosperous New Year Folks, Come out the Statehood ball to be held January 4th at the South ward hall A delicious hot dinner will be served and you can dance to the music of the Nebo Knights, and enjoy a program consisting of a one act play, a Pioneer ctsume dance and musical numbers, all for the price of one dollar. 18 Fountain and Statehood Ball January 4th club held Max A son. Mr. Edna Cazier reviewed the authentic story "Silent Night" by Hertha Paull, an Austrian. Mrs. Da Veda Davis, a special guest, sang Silent Night in the original form. accompanied by Mrs. Thomas on the violin and Mrs. Vivian Hoyt at the piano. A delicious luncheon was served by Mrs. C. R. Jenkins, president, and Mrs. Thomas to Mrs. Thomas Bailey, Mrs. J. A. Burton. Mrs. Grald Cazier, Mrs. H. C. Crane, Mrs. Spencer Forrest, Mrs. Will L. Hoyt, Mrs. P. L. Jones, Mrs. J. H. Keller, Mrs. Claude R. Lomax, Mrs. Wilford Pratt, Mrs. J. E. Reid, Mrs. T D Davis, special guest. .( Bvron A. Howard, son of Mrs, Georee H. Howard of Nephi has recently been promoted to the rank of CorDoral. according to letter received by his mother this week. Bvron is located in Austral ia with the veterinarian section ot the orocurment division. He states that the weatner in Australia is very similiar now to the sumemrs in Utah, although the rain is much heavier. His rise to fame is typical of American success stories as meteoric as it is deserved and one that has brought him the greatest acclaim not only from his countrymen but throughout the World. Born on Manhattan's Lower East Side, Benno Rabinof began the study of the violin at the age of three aided and encouraged, despite intense sacrifices, by his mother. Before he was twelve, the youngster had the good fortune to be heard and accepted as a pupil by the greatest of all violin teachers, Leopold Auer, who trained such celebraties as Elman and Heifi'z. So delighted was Auer with his young rotege's progress, that he himself conducted the orchestra ui Rabinofs debut the first time of E. John Spanish Fork, he haa so honored any of his pupBooth, of the Installed ils. governor recently Utah-Idah- o district of Kiwanis InRabinofs solo engagements with ternational and Madison Merrill leading orchestras alone bespeak for the deep affection and high artestic of Provo, Lieutenant-Governo- r the Southern Utah district, will be prestige he enjoys everywhere. He In attendance at the insallation has played ovr 30 major works ceremonies for the Kiwanis Club with the foremost musical organiz of Nephi officers for 1945, it was ations in America. At present he announced today by Ray Gadd, re can be heard weekly over Music tiring club president.ceremonies will For An Hour program heard on The installation Sundays over Mutual. be held at the South Ward AmThose attending Rabinofs conusement Hall on Friday evening cert appearance her in Nephi will of next week January 5th. Max l.ave the good fortune to hear one Thomas, Cashier of The Commer- of the most valuable violins in the cial Bank and civic leader of Ne- world Benno Rabinofs famed phi since he moved here several Del Gesu Guamerius, made in 1742 asl installed years ago, will be and, at one time the property of club president. Ray Powell, City Fritz Krelsler. Is for vice the president electrician, Sylvia Smith, brilliant pianist 1945. appearing with Rabinof, studied in A. K. Hanson of the Grazing Ser- New York under M. Valentine and Juab in Switzerland and was honored to Parrish, vice, and J. F. County Agent will be Installed as have been given a chance to appear new members of the club. with Rudolph Serkin, her teacher. She toured the continent after having made her deput In Paris In 1937 Food By Maurlne T. Cloke, War was acclaimed wherever she and Assistant for her technic and unusual went Year New When you make your Interpretations. a food to make resolve resolutions, plan that will assure your family an adequate diet. Food habits ran The North Ward Primary teachbe changed. Information Is easly ers and officers enjoyed a Chrisavailable on what to eat. and why tmas party at the home of Donna to eat, and also on how to prepare Sparks. Christmas gifts were exIt so that It looks appetizing, tastes changed Games occupied the evengood and retains Its food value. ing and a pot luck lunch wes servWe all want victory and food is ed to the following: Gladys number one on the list of war Brown, Bernice Painter, Florence material, although United States Haynes, Elaine Garrett, Roxie Is still the best fed nation In the ', Bowles, Myldred Lunt, Ada world, the people of the United Twlla Winn, Elda Tollcy, States really are not fed well. Less Zola Howard, Blanche Cooper, Lull of the families oi Garrett Elsa Johnson, Velma Santhan this nation are not getting: goort ders, Jones, Deon Phllllpdiets. son, Let Blackett, Norma Sperry wise and Wise planning buying ana me nostes uonna parxs. can give your family the food esand Mrs. Mr. of sentials to meet their body nee.l. Holiday guest The right amount of high quality Amos Irons were Mrs. Gladys E. proteins, fats, carbohydrates, m'n-era- ls Lee and son Billy of Spring Canadn vitamins will keep them yon, formerly of Texas, and Mrs. well above the safety line for good Timothy H. Irons and baby or nutrition. Dec. 28, 1944 Service Men's News Column FORT MYERS, Thursday Thursday, Stake MIA Chorus To Give Sacred Presentation Tho Juab Stake MIA chorus present the sacred cantata, "The Christ Child" by C. B. Haw-le- y on Sunday evening, December 31 at 8 P. M. in the Juab Stake Tabernacle. Albert E. Sells is chorus president, witn Evelyn B. Anderson as director and Leona Belliston acFloence C. Olpin is companist. reader for the cantata. The program is as follows: The Christ Child, vocal solo by Evelyn B. Anderson. Bass solo by Reed G. Starley. "Arise, Shine" combined chorus with bass solo by Loren Kendall. "He Shall Feed His Flock" Ladies Doube trio Helen Pay, Dorothy Wilson, Plomo Carter, Ethel Kendall, Marjorie Sainsbury, Florence Powell. "The Angel Gabiel" Also solo, Delia Barnes. "Hail Mary" solo, Lyle C. Pratt. "How Beautiful Upon the Mountains" double mixed quartette: Mai-d- a Foote, Ireta Carter, Delia Barnes, Velma Sanders, Ralph Barnes, Fenton Memmott, Elgin Gardner, Reed G. Starley. "My Soul Doth Magnify The l,ord" vocal solo Florence Haynes. "Sing, O Heavens' chorus and double mixed quartette. The Nativity, chorus. The Plains of Bethlehem" sopra no solo Helen Pay, contralto solo Ora Morgan; tenor solo Herman will First Lieutenant Leo Mowers Is enjoying a well earned furlough, having been Interned for five He months in a neutral ountry. has completed 23 missions over German occupied country and has an air medal with three oak leaf Lt. Mower will report clusters. to Santa Monica, Califonia for fur ther assignment. Cororal Lloyd Frandsen, stationed at Little Rock, Arkansas Is on a short furlough, visiting with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Antone Fandsen and other relatives and friends. McCune. baritone solo, Lawrence Mrs. Rose Guymon received a Memmott and chorus. from her call Saturday telephone Let Us No Go Even Unto Beth son Ship's Cook le Verno Guymon, lehem" Male Ralph who has just returned from Leyte, Barnes, WilfordQuartette: Pratt, Ed. V. and stated that he ia suffering Downs, Elroy Barnes,, from shell shock and had been Night" Holy Night, , Peaceful transferred to a hospital in San Tenor solo Ralph Barnes and chorFrancisco. us. O Praise the Lord" finale, chorus. Private Clair G. Anderson, son The. general public )r invited. of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Anderson is on a furlough from Fort Fanning, Texas. He will report back to Fort Meade, Maryland. Sgt. Gomer Lleyellyn who Is home on t furlough from overseas service and his wife, Mrs. Fern Llewellyn of Fairvlew visited dur ing the week witn relatives in M- -. ,r.-Fountain Green. Mrs. Delbert Brojdhea-the marriaje of their Impressive funeral services were fnnoi? iC conducted Sunday In the Fountain daughter, Miss LaRae Broadliead Green ward chapel for Merrill Bai t" tioyu W. Green, son o Mr. and ley, 31'!! year old son of Ivan and Mrs. Geoige W. Green cf To,.'.-taiGreen. Oletn Allred Bailey. Prayers were offered by President Thomas H. The ceremony was performed by A solo Cook. vocal Cook and Scott Bishop Alma Tranter at the home was given by Mrs. Beatrice Yorga-so- n of the bride's parents on Christmas Mrs. Voneal accompanied by Evening, In the presence of memAagard: a vocal solo, was given by bers of both families and i few Miss Jessip Oldroyd. Speakers were immediate friends. Only attendant President DerMont Madsen of the to the bride was her twin sister, Moroni Stake, Irvin P. Oldroyd and Miss Broadhead. LaRue Roy Interment was Green, brother of the bridegroom Bishop Yorgason. in the City Cemetery under the served as best man. The bridt direction of Anderson funeral home wore a suit of dark fuicia wool of Nephi.. with black accessories. A corsage Newell Guymon and family of of pink carnations and rosebeds Salt Lake City spent Christmas was pinned tq her shoulder. day with his parents Mr. and Mra. They will make their hotna in James Guymon. Salt Lake City. Janice Olsen and Gloria Jensen who are enrolled in The wedding of Charles H. Grace Cadet Nurs ing school in Salt Lake City are and Lottie Marentsen, the latter spending the holidays in Fountain formerly of Fountain Green, took Green. place at the home of the groom on Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Johnson and December 23rd. Bishof Elgin R. Mrs. Clinton Kirgan and daught- children of Salt Lake City and Mr. Garrett performed the ceremony er Coleen and son Garry of Salt and Mrs. Jack Holman and child in the presence of immediate famLake City are spending the holi- ren of Montrose, Colorado are vis- ilies. A supper followed the cere days with Mr. and Mrs. George iting with their parents, Mr. and mony. Mrs. Henrietta Jonnson or Mrs. George E. Cook. Wilkey. Provo attended the wedding of her and Mrs. Austin Man jrelson father. President and Mrs. A. H. Bellis- a;idMr.children of Salt Lake Cit are ton and son Angus enjoyed Christthe holidays with their mas day with Mr. and Mrs. Harold spending Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Ras-- 1 parents, Creer in Spanish Fork. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Belliston mussen. Amy Samuels and daughter of Pleasant Grove were in Nephi of Mrs. Ogden are visiting with relatives The South Ward choir will be lor tne Christmas holidays. the holiday week. featured at the Sacrament meeting Maynard and Bryce Bailey, stu during Russell and children next dents of the BYU were holiday of Mrs. Twyla Sunday, according to Bishop are her with visiting Nephi by guests of their parents, Mr. and parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. F. John- P. B. Cowan. A short talkPresH. W. McCune of the Stake Mrs. Gilbert Bailey. They left on son. be also will given. Tuesday tor Kansas with the BYU Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Madsen idency All members of the ward sro basketball team. Mount of children Pleasnnt and to be hi attenl-ancinvited and Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Anderson and Miss Delia Robertson of Ogden urged of Springville spent Christmas at visited with their mother, Sunday the home or Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Mrs. Llllle Robertson, A. Andei!on. Mrs. Minnie Olsen is spending Baptism services will be conductMr. ana Mrs. Mont Bailey and the holidays in Idaho Falls with ed on Saturday evening, January of Cedar are family City spending her son Newell, and family.. firh. at 7.30. aecordins tc an an- the holidays with relatives: Mr. Mrs. Lucy J Holman of Brig - , nouncement made this week. All and Mrs. Lynn Jackson and Mr. ham City Is visiting with her parents who have childro to be and Mrs. Gilbert Bailey. Mrs. Lydia Carter. should have them at the Garth Belliston of the USAC vis- daughter, Leon Allred of McGIll, Nevada baptized ited at the home of his parents, Is visiting with friends In Fountain Tabernac'" that evenm. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Belliston dur- Green. ing the holidays. Cliesley Johnson, son of Mr .and i Annual Tithing settlement day Miss DaNell Burton of Salt Lake Mrs. Chester Johnson of Fountain have been set by the three Neplil Miss and Francis of Hillier City Green, and Bemita Larsen of Man wards. Members of the South waid New Jersey were holiday guests of tl were marrdie on Friday, Dec- may call at the chapel from 1 to Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Burton. or i bo r 22 at Nephi. at the home of 6 P. M. oa Saturday, Dece mber 30: Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Christensen Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Kendall, Mejnbers of the North ward may and daugnfers Irene and Mariam brother in law and sister of the call at the chapel from 2 tr 6 P. M. of Provo and Mrs. Arta Brough and groom. Bishop Alma Tranter per- on Wednesday. Januar 3rd and in the Nephi Wnrd, the Bishop will be daughter Margo Jan were dinner formed the ceremony. guests on Christmas day of Mr. and Miss Odessa Cook of Salt Lake at the TaNvnnele on jriuary bin Mrs. Ernest Brough. City spent Christmas day with her Tr v. a to 6 P. M. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Worthlngton parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thos. H. and sons Don Lee, Kent and J. Cook. Farmers are asked to take adKarl of Payson visited relatives Wilford Coombs has been award- vantage of the Farm Machinery each ed the Purple Heart, awarded postduring the holidays. building class being held Judge and Mrs. Fred Keller of humously for his son Pfc. Virgil Thursday, Friday evenings and Price and Mr. and Mrs. Elbert L W. Coombs who died from wounds Saturday afternoons at the High Cox of Richfield were house guests In Italy July 1st. School shop. Some beneficial and labor-savin- g Christmas eve of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. equipment Is being Cox. Mis Marlon Hyde of Washington eonsrueted at the present time. All P. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Beagley are D. C who Is attending the BYU types of tools are available and In Park City during the holidays at Provo Is a holiday guest of Miss Instruction is under the direction of Vivian Hoyt. with Mr. and Mrs. Garry Tate. Lynn Whlttlngton. Marriages Announced 1045 Local and Social News Items of Nephi Christmas was a traditional one Miss Miriam Jenkins who is atat the home of Mr. and Mrs. tending Snow College Is home for Brough. Covers were laid at the holidays. dinner for Mr and Mrs. John Scho-fieMr. and Mrs. LaFon Painter enand son David of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. John M. Brough and Mrs. tertained at a Christmas dinner. the guests from out of Harriet Brough of Nephi In ad- Among town were Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Bean dition to the host and hostess. Visitors who called during the of Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Loris Park of afternoon to exchange gifts and extend greetings included Lieutenant Springville were Christmas day visJ. g. and Hrs. Theodore Schofield itors with Mr. and Mrs. Arvll Sperof CotatI, California, Lieutenant ry. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stephenson j. g. Howard Heyman, also of Cotati and his financee, Miss Mar- entertained at a family dinner on day, and also Included jorie Schofield of Provo, Lieutenant Christmas Dwane Brough, formerly of NepM, a gift exchange. Mr. and Mm. A. P. and Miss Eileen Glazier or Nephi, Hatch Inof Chesterfield, Idaho als) attendance. and Miss Iris Richardson, who is 'were Miss Lucille Ellison who Is at now completing her senior year at the B A C at Cedar City Brigham Young University at Pro tending is nome Tor tne Christmas holidays. vo. Miss Bith Wade who Is with the A family dinner was held on United Air Lines arrived In Salt Lake City Sunday by plane from Christmas day at the home of Mr. She was met Portland, Oregon. and Mrs Reeve G. Richardson. the guests were Mr. and Mrs. there by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. came Wade J. to Ncnhl to and Wilson Glazier and daughter EileWar-rillo- w ld ng en, Iris Rjchardson, Mrs Nancy Richardson of Salt Lake City, Miss Eunice Brough and Larry Stevens of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. Hyrum H. hiough and son, Lt. Dwane Brough of Stockton Field, Caalif-orni- a, Marjorie Schofield of Provo, Lt. Howard Heymon of Kansas, Lt and Mrs. Theodore Schofield of Provo. Lt. Brough will return to his base as a pilot Instructor, and Lt. Heymon and Lt. Schofield are In the Navy Air Corps and will return to California for further traini- ng. Misses Ara and Bona Belliston In Ogden visiting with relatives are for the holidays. Lester Belliston spent the past week In Salt Lake City on business. Mr. and Mrs. George Wllkey at a family dinner on Christmas day. The evening was a Joyous one when Santa Claus ar- i rived with gifts for 41 guests. ed spend Ch: istmas day. Miss Ann Salisbury, Marba Jenkins, Caro Cox, Vivian Hoyt, Genlel Pratt atd Blanche Ockey are home from the BYU to spend Christmas vacation with their families. Mrs. Ellen Blackett served din ner ts her family on Christmas dav Including Miss Lillian Blackett and Mr. an Mrs. Wallace Blackett and family of Provo. Mil W A. Bowles hns re'urnetl r.omi- efier visiting for the in Salt Lake Citv with h r children. She also viaitel with i jEraiiiivrr,, Evan C. Boswii wl,o his s'.ent 13 north oversets. Mrs. Robert J. Bryan of Salt Lake City Is a visitor during the holidays ot the home of Mr. and Mr. F. W. Bryan Mr. and Mrs. Ed. P. Cox and family, and Judge and Mrs. Fred Keller of Price were guests on Christmas day of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Dyreng In MantL . News Notes e.