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' r x Lake icrofilirdnff Corp. ..vcrruo Utah city? OUR DEADLINES r fs sJ7 By the Editor When a person plays both ends against the middle, he forgets that telephones bring the "ends" close together quickly for comparison of notes. In the Board of Health article, Dr. Beckstead mentions hauling of garbage, etc to the dump grounds to get rid of the fly breeding possibilities in Nephi. . . that asks for another public project . . the spraying regularly of the Nephi City dump area to keep down flies and insect breeding there. We don't know how far flies will fly, but there's homes not too far away from the dumping grounds. Single Copy, 10c Juab County, Nephi, Utah, 0 IfettSS CANCER DRIVE ON POOL STARTS TODAY NG The annual Canver Drive, with its slogan "Fight Canver with a Check-u- p .and a Check" will begin on April 26 and continue through April 30. The campaign is being directed by the President's Council of the Federated Women's clubs of Nephi, with Mrs. C. R. Lomax acting as chairman. Federated club women will be making a houseto-hous- e campaign for funds. Cancer is everybody's business because every person is eligible as a victim. With knowledge, half of the cancer deaths can be prevented. You are invited to be ready with questions as the club women are well informed. Be ready with a donation it may be tomorrow that you will need help. The Board of Education of Juab district cordially invites patrons of the district to attend a public meeting concerning possibilities of reopening the swimming School pool, COMMITTEE MEMBERS for Girls Day are seen discussing one of the big events Planning the beard growing contest for the Contest are Barbara Garrett, Bessie Beard Growing Thursday Beard conMangelson, Sharlene Malmgren and Jnet Westring. test is just one of the many activities which will highlight the annual event. The meeting will be held In the Juab high school library at 5:30 p. m. on Tuesday, May 1. Special invitations are extended to local news reporters. City Mayors of Mona, Levan and NeL. D. S. Stake Presidency phi; and Ward Bishoprics; and representatives of each of the local building supply houses A special committee has been studying the swirnmdng pool situation for several weeks past, with Udell R. Jensen as chairman. It is hoped, accorddn to Supt. From the J. H. 8. CLARION DeVon Anderson, that P.-A. members and civic club representIn the final stages of preparation, the ation will come to this meeting. to be held on Friday promises to be one of A field representative of the San- of the year. itation Division of the State Board The main attraction will be the dance, of Health, Harold Hansen, is expected to be here, along with an- to a glorious finish, at 9 o'clock in the J. H. reg Lee Wankier of the Jaycees had a bad start of his year as head of the orgnization last Saturday. While doing his part in the Jaycees clean up drive, a trash barren rolled back from the truck, and banged Lee on the face and forehead, knocking him backwards with the back of his head forcefully striking the edge of the annual Girl's Day open truck door . ... he missed the installation ceremonies Saturthe biggest events day night, 'but says they treated him very nice at the Juab County to bring the day He's home again now, hospital. S. Gym. With the I much better. feeling other the most member from State the Nebo theme Knierhts the "Mr. Wonderful," plavne reg with Ron Board of Health office. Had a nice gab-fe-st man of Juab High School will be crowned with his preferred Shaw a few days ago . . it's nice d men. This royal quintet was court of four to see him out and around town voted of first the the at by all Senior High girls. upon year feeling much improved after his Plans are being made for gala decorations and special recent serious illness. reg programs for each couple. Working to make the day a sucSome people live under the imcess are committee members Barbara Garrett, Janet Ockey, pression that they can't make a Carol Nyman and Janice Broadhead. remark without leaving a mark The dance is under the sponsorship of the Pro Vita, and on some other person's reputation. will be a dressy affair. Prices have been set at 75c for couples reg and all stag girls. Extra boys will be admitted free of charge. Now we've got a gripe . . more Don't delay Plan to attend this popular dance. Girls and more people can't remember in getting your dates. run that we want news items From the J. H. 8. CLARION of the mill items, so to speak Alma P. Burton of American and ended in the defeat of a resin by noon on Tuesday, and that Fork has been selected by the olution calling for a neutral comit takes hours and hours to get 1956 graduating class of Juab Model U. N. Assembly mittee under the direction of the things set after it comes in. We School, to be guest speaker Is Educational Affair United Nations to commence a would most of all appreciate club High at its baccalaureate services. report to the general assembly happenings promptly after the These services will be held at and to the people of Cyprus on From the J. H. 8. Clarion meetings not two or three weeks the high school auditorium on the conditions that exist there, later. Students from Juab High school Upon closure of debate by the Sunday, May 13 at 8:15 pjn, .reg Mrs. REG says: Mr. Burton is well qualified to who attended the model United assembly, Dr. Richard Poll of the at the Univer- political science department at the fill this position, A graduate of Nations assembly 20 Keeping ahead of running exand 21 came BYU gave the critique of the aspenses is what gives a man that Juab High, for the past two years sity of Utah April rundown- appearance. Saturday with a wider scope sembly and offered v --kvua sug Jwrhas been Superintendent of the home on world affairs and with the gestions for improvements of next Alpine School District. Among his their six months of year's assembly. Mrs. Angus Haynes returned to long line of accomplishments are: feeling that had been well worth her home on Tuesday of last week B. S. degree at the U. S. A. C. in preparation Interesting sidelights of the sec after a two weeks visit with Mr. June of 1948; Master of Science the time. Over 700 students from high ond annual mock session were and Mrs, George G. Howarth in degree in June of 1950. At the walkouts by several of the nat Campton, California and with rel- present time he is working on his schools throughout the state gath- ions. ered at Kingsbury Hall and the During the general asatives in San Diego and Oxnard, Doctorate. sembly,on cam "U" Union Japan was admitted as the building California. She atttended the Ockey, a 1956 graduate, pus to become representatives of an observer to talk, but not to Los Angeles Temple on one of is Janet of in charge the service. 75 member nations of the United vote. Upon this action, the its first days of ordinance work. U. S. S. R, delegation, represented Colorful flag ceremonNations. Sioiday uests ot VTr. and Mrs. Week end guests of Mr. and ies opened the first session at by Olympus High school, walked I s :.ard Bcllist on were their o;s Mrs. Carl Bowles were their sons Kingsbury Hall, following a band out of the session. Claiming the Mr. and Mrs in law and in lfw and dauV daughters: Mr. and concert by the Morgan High chairman and delegates were unf E'i. srd Bird anc f Mrs. Darus Anderson and child School band and the registration fair, Russia walked out of the rxnii Vernon Li'i City, an3 ren of Kearns, mil Mr. and Mrs of all delegates. Highlighting the Security Council and the Econ T.ylor and chil 'en of pvin!;vi'l Dee Tolley and family of MurMrs. Jay Winter of Bountiful opening session was a speech by omic and Social Council, also, but to stay in the Mrs. Eleanor Roosevelt, widow they managed visited one day last week with her ray Council. of President Roosevelt, and a for- Trusteeship Bulgaira parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. mer United States delegate to the walked out of this council, how She vas enroute to Sacrament Meeting Stephenson. with Bui words the "The ever, U. N. her home from St. George. Mrs. Roosevelt's talk garin delegation is thoroughly Following Attendance 22 April B. Y. High represented Salt Creek Camp of the D. U. P. some 45 high school journalists held their monthly meeting April The First Ward led all other met with her at a press confer Bulgaria. II at the home cf Mrs. Beulah wards of the Stake in attendance ence moderated by M. DeMar Fake telegrams were produced Irons. The group san and prayer at Sacrament meeting 1st Sun-d- Teuscher, Deseret News and Tele by several of the delegations, giv was with a percentage of 28. The gram political writer. Earlier they ing best wishes from thedr govern by Delta Hedberg. HisAt the close of the were briefed on their assignments ments. tory of Neckli Lund was given stake report is as follows: U. S. S. R. by Naomi Bailey. Ihe lesson was Ward Percentage by H. F. Krechman, editorial Saturday session, the A 31 given by Maude Robertson. First Ward writer of the Salt Lake Tribune delegate presented a "check" of a Nephi 25 Press representatives from Juab good sized sum to whom Russia report on the DUP convention was Nephi Fourth Ward Mona Ward 24 were Marsha Hoyt and Gordon believed the most worthy of the given by Alligee Anderson, County 24 Captain, and refreshments were Keller. Earner in the week, jour charity the United States farmNephi Second Ward a served by Elizabeth Ockey, 18 nalists from the schools close in er. Nephi Third Ward Films of the session were Ord and Kate Bowles. no report Levan Ward to Salt Lake edited a of the Daily Utah Chronicle taken iby a former Nephi man. Don Christiansen of station KTVT, under the supervision of Larry City, and are being Taylor, editor of the University bait Lake paper. On Saturday, a second is spent to the Voice of America sue was published, this time a program where they will reach communist influence e paper with all of the people under foreign countries. WHALE OF A HAUL press representatives competing in in Advisor to the Juab group was their assigned stories. Marsha WOUtnfV 1 ALL tf Evelyn Lornax. Tom Lornax rOS EXAMPLE, Hoyt's article on the India dele- Mrs. KSt, S.172 WHALES WB TAKEN. UMJJE OF THSHAULV gation, o which Miriam Brough, attended as an observer. "Mr. Wonderful" Theme of Annual JHS Girls Day Friday Plan Formulated Pest Control T. By Dr. F. H. Beckstead The Nephi City Board of Health met Thursday evening for the purpose of formulating plans for a city clean up and pest control A clean up program program. has 'been underway this past week directed by one of the city's progressive civic clubs, and much progress has been made. This is a commendable undertaking and the city Board of Helth desires to implement this progrm by urging every person, either owner, agent of occupant, to remove refuse such as accumulated trash, manure and rubbish from the premises and haul or have it removed to the garbage dump. This material, if organic in nature, is an excellent breeding place for flies and other pests nd constitutes a constant threat to the health of nearby humn tenants and frequently to those living at considerable distance. Flies are carriers of disease. They always breed in filth and are carriers of filth and contaminate they come in contact with. A program for the abatement of earwigs is now being worked out by the Board of This will require spray Health. It is hoped that everyone ing. will support the program which will be announced at an early date. Friends and neighbors: There are many old and decrepid sheds, corrals and out buildings within the city limits that are not being used. These are unsightly. They are fire hazzards and mostly are nuisances. As such, they should either be repaired or removed. A nui stance is defined as a crime against the order and oreconomy of uniawtui the aty and consists ly doing any act or omitting to perform any duty, which act or omission annoys, injures or en dangers the safety of three or more persons or offends public or in any way renders these persons un secure in Mfe or the use of property. There are many types of cast-of- f machinery, household applianwhich ces and old cars, etc., should be removed. Vacant lots and back lots if weeded now will prevent growth of weeds and may grasses which in become a fire hazard. Nephi is noted for its progress-ivenes- s and civic pride so let's all clean up, paint up and weed-u- p. second-preferre- Alpine District Superintendent To Be Speaker t 1 - in-il- y, ae-cen- cy gin Lor-ett- mm A DEAD one-pa- am? (D - ge ay ie TV four-pag- Lady Republican Club Sets Final Meeting NOT AT i TOTAL, OIL IS SCO AT Gordon Keller, Wilma Tolley, Grant Taylor and she were mem bers, was published in the paper. While journalists were inter viewing Mrs. Roosevelt, the delegations convened in the Union building ballroom for a plenary session under the direction of Dr. J. D. Williams, who acted as the y meet chairman. General 17 Prizes Await Junior Stock Show Exhibitors Some 61 prizes have been donated by merchants of East Juab County for exhibitors at the Junior Livestock Show to be held in Nephi Friday. Taking the lead as sponsors of the show for the 4H and FFA members is the Stampede Asks 1956 Queen Applications Selection of the 1956 Queen of the Ute Stampede will be made on May 12, according to an announcement by the Ute Stampede Committee this week. Entries for the position will be received by any member of the committee up to and including May 11, it was announced. Eligible for the honor are all unmarried young ladies between the ages of 17 and 23 who are residents of East Juab County. No previous queen is eligible to enter, it was announced by the committee. Contestants will meet at Court room of the Juab the County Courthouse on May 12, at 7:30 p. m. They are requested to come dressed in "jeans". Judging will be on a basis of 50 per cent beauty, 35 per cent personality, and 10 per cent poise. The Ute Stampede association will furnish horses for the queen and her two attendants to ride. Girls chosen will have a special instructor to teach them to ride. As usual, costumes will be purchased by the Stampede, and the queen will be expected to make several personal appearances both before and during the Ute Stampede. Raspberry Varieties Planted in Trial Plots Alan Ostler, in cooperation with the Utah State Agricultural college extension service, ha splant-e- d as a demonstrtion plot, nine different varieties of raspberries to see what varieties are the best adapted to this area. The varieties were planted on April 4 and a record will be kept over a period. The plants were furnished by the College and planted under supervision of Anson Call, extension fruit speciaar list The varieties included in the Taylor, Latham, Collussus, New Washing-ingtoCanby, Helton, September and Newburg. trial are: Pux-jallu- p, n, Mr. and Mrs. Morris H. Anderson and family of Phoenix, Arizona visited over the week end with heir parents, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson. Nephi Kiwanis Club with the Agriculture Committee of the club in charge. J. Walter Paxman is chairman of the committee. The purpose fo the show is to give the boys and girls and opportunity to learn to fit and show their livestock, and to learn to judge livestock. Animals to be exhibited include beef, sheep, dairy cows and swine, with the following classes to be shown in the three breeds of sheep, Suffolk, Hampshire and Rambouillet: yera-lin- g rams, ram lambs, aged ewes, yearling ewes, ewe lambs and fat lambs. The public is invited, and encouraged to attend. All livestock to be displayed is to be at the 'barns at the fairgrounds before 10 a. m., and the balnce of the morning will be spent in preparing the animals for exhibit At 12:30 p. m. the livestock judging contest is to toe held, and following this, at 1 p. m.. the judging of beef, dairy and swine projects will take the center of the stage. Following the Judging of these divisions, a beef fitting and showmanship demonstration wil be given. Judging of the sheep classes will begin at 2 p. m. The days activities will conclude with a banquet at 7 p. m. at the elementary school for exhibitors, parents and KIwanians, at which time the prizes for the day's activities will be awarded Joseph F. Parrish, former Juab County Agricultural agent, will officiate as judge of the day's Class Entertains Mothers the Nephi The Blazer class Second Ward Primary held their annual Mothers party under the Mrs. direction of their leader, Thelma Reed. The boys carried out their planned program as follows: Salute and code, led by Chief Karl Brough; prayer toy Stephen Nyman; welcome poem, Clifford Sackett; repeating of the first five Articles of Faith in unison, Jed by Stephen Nyman; Meaning of the emblems on their bandlos were explained by Jimmy Paiik and George Burtenshaw. Games were then played by the boys and their mothers, led by Wayne Pace and Jimmy Morgan. The mothers then played a game "What's Next" while light refreshments were prepared and served. Those attending were Mrs. Alan Pace and Wayne; Mrs. Kenneth Nyman and Stephen; Mrs. Effie Mrs. Mae Sackett and Clifford; Mrs. George Park and Jimmy; Ray Burtenshaw and George; Mrs. Fred Morgan, and Jimmy, and Karl Brough; Mrs. R. S. Golden, the Stake Blazer leader who displayed the TralLbuilder shirt and Mrs. ring the boys may purchase; KenBlanch Brough, Mrs. Ada dall and Mrs. Mildred Greenhalgh of the Second Ward Primary presidency, and the class leader, Mrs. t Thelma Reed. Paul Orme, Grant Taylor Head mid-summ- er IN fnaOOflOOO (imALt Volume 47, Number Thursday, April 26, 1956 CALL MEETING RE-OPENI- Photographs Monday S P. M. Display Advertising, General News and Want Ads Tuesday, 12 o'clock noon Emergency News (Deaths, Dis- asters, Accidents) Wednes. neon. The Lady Republicans will hold their final meeting for the current season at the Snak Shak Cafe on Mrs. Clyde Cazie? and babv of Keains spent last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs Milo Cazier. n.ey werejoircd on Sunday bv Mr. Cazier, and also Mr. and Mrs. Mrvrice Cazier and family t.f Silt Lake City. Wednesday, May 2 at 8 p. m. Officers have special evening planned and extend a cordial in vitation to all lady Republicans to attend Parties In Student Body Election From the J. H. 8. CLARION Primary elections were held the week of April 16th and the following candidates were elected to run on the two party ticket Crimson candidates are: Paul Orme, for president; Grant Will-lam- e, vice presllent; Barbara Garrett secretary; Linda Garfield, girls sports manager and Robert Parkin, boys sports manager. Running on the Gold ticket are Grant Taylor, President; Jolene Mina Anderson, vice president; Helen Broadhead, secretary; Sparks, girls spjorts manager and Steve Morgan, Boys sports manager. Final elections are set for Thursday, and candidates will be introduced at an assembly scheduled for 11:00 Thursday morning Voting will be done between 12:00 and 1:00 and from 3:30 to 4:30 in the student council voting booths. two-da- THE HIGH COST OF FLYING pCKi1Ht IMB-OI-- f A TO STRATO-JC- LV T PKM ALTITUPB COST J - warn m. rr7r 1 .,T mot only TH B-- hclPim witm row AlffSORNe VWtH VOU BtV IllUMNM vovmc lp --xxi urt MTvwtrms mi AMtmc wut comrnri wuim vcv , VCU AJT1 stcmrrt! yon imvst m m4vmm0oum instructions were given at the meeting, and a few of the resolu tions - to be brought up later in the council meetings, were presented to the assembly or consideration. After adjourning for lunch, the delegates met in their assigned council meetings. The India dele gation went to the Economic and Social council where they par ticipated In the adoption of sev eral resolufcons, including one that was Introduced by the Kingdom of Iraq stating that each member nation contribute, according to 1U ability, to a fund to be used for technkaal assistance for underdeveloped and needy countries. A banquet was held that evening with Rolph Peterson acting as master of ceremonies for the program and dance which followed. Delegates stayed In various homes arranged for them by members of the U. A. U. N. Saturday's session included a heated and somewhat confusing debate on the Cyprus question, 5Y" II 1 EBSS Fl 1 ! tv "2 ?M1 tit, II MM: ia II ILr -- S I f ., JS- i v. vrv, vK-:vvf.- - :Ym-V-Vi- - J!V 1 H is i r. i i a :4 t: . ' k II hi V f JUAB STAKE SEMINARY and NEPHI CITY have been taking the lead in beautification in recent weeks. Here are Seminary representatives adding shrubbery to their bulding area, end Nephi City workmen planting one of the 30 hardwoods around three sides of the Nephi City Cemetery. The hardwoods replace large poplar trees which were causing trouble with roots.