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THE Six Pag TIMES-NEW- Christmas Issue NEPHI. UTAH "v r B VALUABLE CORNER Br Janet Hall so nice, Kathle EVERYONE was as she remembered the Christmas gifts she had received last year. So many of her friends, neighbors, and relatives had remembered her. I'd love to buy something for them all, Kathie thought, but she - To all oi our friend and neighbors, we want to extend our wonderful warmest Season's Greetings. R. LOMAX G. Agent, NEW YOKR LIFE INSURANCE CO. C 3 knew it was impossible. She had only saved enough for a gift to her parents. She had tried to get a sales Job, but she had discovered she was too late. There were no jobs left "Your relatives and neighbors don't expect you to give them gifts," her mother said. "I'd like to give them all some little thing." "When you're older you can re turn their thoughtfulness." After supper Kathie went to Aunt Betty's and Uncle Ted's house to return a book. "Hi, Kathie," Aunt Betty greet ed. "I'm doing dishes so come on out in the kitchen." "I've been hoping to make some fruitcakes for Christmas gifts, but I don't know whether I can do it this year," Aunt Betty said. "The By G. RAY BURTENSHAW Juab County Agricultural Agent Insect Control Urged to Build Is Important Local Markets Utah peach and apple growers Keep the moisture content down d should to reduce insect damage in capitalize on markets wheat. here in the state, according toright exInsects like moisture in their perts who addressed the recent food. They breed much more rap- Utah Horticultural Society meetidly and destroy more grain when ing at Salt Lake City. moisture content is 15 per cent Utah State Agricultural college or higher, than if moisture is low- specialists describe research work er. which they said shows local cond wheat should al sumers want high fruit ways be low in mosture when regardless of price orquality where it is stored. Furthermore, it should be produced. Max Williams, inspected every month or two dur superintendent ing warm weather, and occasion- of the USAC's Howell field statally during the cold months of ion, reported that early peaches the year. If insects are found to picked at North Ogden and sold be present, fumigation is usually through an Ogden super market were necessary. preferred to others, A number of weevils, other even actually at a price, mainly beetles and the larvae of certain because theynigner had a better colmoths commonly attack small or. He said the test indicated that grains, flour and other cereal products. Once infected, the mater- Utah growers should exploit the ial may need to be fumigated or early peach market with some of heated clear through to a tem- the earlier maturing varieties that perature of 125 degrees for 20 have shown promise at the Howell minutes to make it safe from in- field station. sect damage. Small lots of d A few of the earlier peaches wheat and other food cer- were picked at North Ogden in eals may be heat treated in the late July, most of them in Augoven to make them safe for stor- ust. A new variety which ripens age in sealed metal or glass about six weeks before Elberta nome-sore- ' w 3 Uur heartfelt good """f-wishes for this joyous season to all of our wonderful friends. SS'C?'"' jjjjj S v; Dick's Service Inc. I 3 wwttas:. rT 5 vvm terr? it A ttm Ps i! 3 i cl--j) ..::; sssswr- gf i yKBft8B'':.v. i il'Y fif arans - i s i May your it ma HfSSl i h: 9 I w 1 ... j aH j Christmas 7 CARTER Home-store- 3 Jfe s happiness r last all e)l pill !!;$jjp - Anderson Funeral Home ----- I , Appreciation up with a s ulctide wish for everybody? CDay your Christmas be a Joyous one, remembered for years to come. ft-- -- io. NEPHI MOTOR CO. RAY D. FOWKES LYNN WHITTINGTON . 5 C & ( 3 Named to Board City food stores, consumers pur chased the Utahs as readily as s wn 1 a rv WCTUc s parable quality were offered at the same price in four Salt Lake the others. I ie said tha Utah growers can market Delicious apples with as good external appearance and better internl quality than the variety from the Northwest. Yet, Utah growers received only an average of $2.00 per bushel for apples in 1955 while Salt Lake City wholesalers paid $4 to $5 for high apples. quality out-of-sta- te WE DO A BLACK BUSINESS but we treat you WHITE Call 578W for prompt delivery of best coal Dwane Tidwell, Nephi. Premium Oil Company These Crazy Christmas Gifts Dig mSRRy GHRISTIDAS Even Christmas has caught up with the atomic age. A sign of the times is the increasing demand for Geiger counters as Christmas gifts. Manufacturers say people from all over the country are giving as presents the miracle instrument that noses out uranium. If you're buying a gift for e prospective uranium prospector you can get hnx. sne of these radioactivity detection devices at prices ranging from $24.95 to $2000. Most popular model, manufacturers say, is about the size of a minature camera and retails for about $39. Uranium "hounds" are as varied as the instruments they buy. They range from housewives with infants in their arms to geologists as well and hirsute prospectors as business tycoons, clerks, laborers and society women. An amateur uranium prospectors' club in the East, composed entirely of women, is known as the "Geiger ' (S : TVlay the happiness Widows. Last year gift Geigers were mailed all over the United States. One woman telephoned the New of Christmas abide in your home and in wAnr haort nnui an4 thrftnnh. v jwwi tiwuiii nun aiiu iiiiuugii at. j rreason, out me giaasome nouaay York office of a leading manufacturing firm from Florida to order $1,993 unit as a Christmas surprise for her husband. ' 1 vt 1 I i I K 1 no-tic- COind if we pop & V Christmas morning Kathie there were several cards among her gifts. She opened the first one which was written in the spidery hand that she identified as Miss White's penmanship. "Dear Kathie: "Thank you so much for your valuable gift. Time in our lives is so important and you gave me such a generous piece of your life that I wish to thank you for it." There were other letters, too. Kathie: I would never Dear fl have baked my fruitcakes If it wasn't for your help" "I know the children will be pleased with the lovely way you wrapped their gifts. Thank you for your time. The cookies were wonderful." With Mrs. Mason's gift there was a note thanking Kathie for her gift of time. Kathie had to blink away the tears when she finished reading the notes. "You see, Kathie, you gave something that is most valuable your time," her father fH---- 5 Two William Paxman and Earl Howard of Nephi received appointment to the Juab County Soil 3 District Board of Conservation Supervisors this week. The apterms pointments for three-yea- r By the end of the week Betty were made by the itate departhad baked the cakes and packed ment of Agriculture under the them in tin boxes. signature of Commissioner Ariel children seem to take up all my Jorgensen. They replace Frank Morgan and time." Lauren Keyte who have served "Your fruitcakes are delicious." Mr. Morgan has served fiathfully. "They're a lot of work, though. for two three-yea- r appointments. Cutting up the fruit and chopping The county board is composed nuts takes nearly a day." five members, three elected by two "I'll help you," Kathie volun- the farmers of the County andConteered. "I can come around after appointed by the State Soil committee. school and prepare the nuts and servation Arvil! Wankier, Edgar Chris-tense- n fruit and you can use them whenand Hugh Sperry were elever you want." ected last April 18 for three-yea- r For two afternoons Kathie terms in one of the highest farmchopped nuts and cut citrus fruit er vote returns ever received. By the end of the week Betty had baked the cakes and packed them In tin boxes. j i CAFE peaches shows special promise. Or. Ellis W. Lamborn, associate prafessior of agricultural economics said that when Utah and northwest Delicious apples of com- 3 Busy Week ' The rest of the week was a busy one for Kathie. Mrs. Mason asked her to take care of the children Saturday so that she could go into town to shop. Miss White, a shut-i- n who lived down the street asked Kathie if she would select some Christmas cards for her and help her address them. Two days before Christmas Mrs. Cummings asked Kathie to tend her children for the afternoon while she went shopping. After Kathie got them interested in games, she saw a list on the bulletin board headed "Things to do." The list outlined the tasks Mrs. Cummings had to do during Christmas week: clean house, bake cookies, wrap packages, write cards and so many other things. Kathie got out the cookbook end found some recipes for Christmas cookies. When she finished mixing she wrapped each 5 mound of dough in waxed paper and put it in the freezer. As Kathie wrapped her mother's and father's gift she felt depressed, for she knew all the people she loved so- - dearly were going to give to her. She had nothing to give in return. YM 3 home-store- S s THE COUNTY AGENT'S GIFT vv - - - December 24, 1956 FORSEY'S TBCTrll W$t&& THEpe 5 SOME NAMES FOR YOO W speepv- - take. S ..iTlr A 5C?UIMT AT THE WHO DSCtAPATION OF INPtPENPENCE 0EORCE WASHINGTON OOMM HANCOCKS APAM f! JCjHM MONKEYSHINES ... The San- ta Class wbe comes to Junior's house on Christmas mora has hie oennterpart In Monkey land. At least that la the Implication here as Jocko, garbed aa the monkey's santa, visits "Teddo" a Java monkey home In Brooklyn. at Ted-do- 's Uwana Drive Inn STORE VARIETY J v. here Df AO BODY 1 DEFACE THAT SACPED OOCUtAiUT t WITH VOo NAME! fcf-- f O0O)i AVFO fcAV HOO-L- ii rl T7 .iTTt.-MKcumu - BATTLES J TBOUPLE MV NAME ON THl ST Oft IGNITION "PECIARATIOM Of INOEPENPCNCtU,pooR .WHAT HAVE YOU.J j ITi roro vo Airorp aiii V TJIl no KlTt I nuc CI UA i ' , STOP ME FROM SCRATCHING AM iJ vrJZ&cTinr mm itK wiwi r?