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f- :. ,. -. HI IP ofil i PRO 1 JllCf sp4 Hume is Helper, Carbon County, Utah, Thursday, Ft Corn Ch jnerican Legion Auxiliary Sp onsor iflag "Etiquette" the with Cooperative Clarence Miller Dies In Bingham Hospital I state-wid- e 1- C. Woodward, county ttnits. teskl membership tea was given by the American Legion Auxiliary of Price on Thursday afternoon at the Legion hall. The Helper unit was well represented with many of its Mrs. Fern rnembers in attendance. Irs. Mary Grivett Died Friday Last : Oiiborn of committee this city, who is auxiliary woman, gave a talk on "Membership, and What the Auxiliary is Striving For." For two years the Lillian Towne cup has been won by Utah, and it Is the aim again this year, for if the trophy is attained sucessfully for three years it will remain in the state's possession pejntanently at the capitol. A speech was given by the Price president, Mrs. Henry C. Olson, in the desirability of all those eligible affiliating with the organization. Musical selections by local talent feaconcluded the entertainment ture. Mary Grivett, wife of Tony rivett, died Friday last at her Dme in Helper from the effects of mcer, from which she suffered for te pust eight months. Mrs. Grivett was born in Italy, the time of her demise was 40 Jarf, 5 months and 11 days old. ie Avas married in Italy and came I' tfiis country twenty years ago, id for thirteen years lived in ti elpcr and Standardville, her at the latter being employed ic for a "number of years. Mrs. Grivett is survived by her asbfind and he folljow'iife chiLd- isa tB:Joseph, George, John, James, hnie and Harry. funeral services were held rTUo at the K. of P. hall in at 1:30 o'clock under the fjispkes of the Knights of Pythias il Order of Moose, to which orders tr, ,C rivett was a member. were made by Dominic Ber-r- a and Mr. Carlson. The hymns, JJeed Thee Every Hour," "God My Heart" and "Nearer My God Thee," were sung by Mrs. A. S. ahl, Mrs. Victor Litizzette and iwrs. ;A. T. Ford, Miss Angelene ijartello being the accompanist. 'The funeral was under the direc-o- ii of Mr. Abbott, of the Helper uneral Home, with interment in eipetf cemetery. 'Mrs. Id at hus-tn- o REDUCTION OF GAME LICENSE FEES LIKELY Hunters and anglers will get off easier in the matter of licenses if the legislature adopts the amend- 'S ments to the Dewey bill proposed by the house committee on fish andl game when it reported the measure out Monday. The original bill, amending the state fish and game law, fixed the license for fishing at $3, and the license for hunting at $3. The committee has reduced these fees to $2 for fishing and $2 for hunting with a f3.50 charge for a combined hunting and fishing license. Similar reductions are made all o a through the bill Just how and hunters will actually fare will not be known, however, until the house and senate reach final action on the proposed changes. The house is expected to act on the Dewey bill some time this week, as it is on the calendar for final ang-ler- Little 'McRay Lopez, son of Mr.and Charley Lopez, underwent an for the removal of his )eration e, Saturday, at a Salt Lake hos- The operation is the result accident which occurred to j' an lie little fellow last Armisiice day hen hfs eye was seriously injured vote. ' a projecting stick. It is re Then the measure will go to the nted that he Is rapidly recover-;- g where other amendments are senate, from rs. ta-1- . the operation. possible. o AIMERS ARE EXPRESSING MINER KILLED BY CHOICE OF CANDIDATES COAL MINE CAR . number of farmers on the bench jmth of Price, stockholders in the . .John Sera pas, 32. a miner for the arbon Water company, are support Utah Fuel company at Castlegate, ing, the following men as candidates was killed in the company's mine-alir office at the water company's that place about 9 o'clock Monelection on Monday, February day morning. There were no wit!lst!V nesses to the accident. The man's E.E.Pefrce for president; Glen N. body was found under a mine ear, efson, Carl R. Mar- - which had passed over him. secretary-treasureand J. 0. Serapas was a native of Greece lsen, and had worked for the Utah Fuel JtJbertson. ' K. A. Wilson, C. B. and John T. Oldroyd, addi- - company at Castlegate for five months. The body was brought to onal directors. the Flynn funeral home in Price same afternoon. WASHINGTON BIRTHDAY DANCE the . 'X t an-ju- ar j vice-preside- r, Va-l.'r- 4 i h A Waslilngton Birthday dance Jitll lie given in Liberty Hall. TuesIt is no doubt day, February 22nd. floor and wing to the excellent that the dances in Liberty Hall are so well !'Xcej)tional music 5:1 veii yfitronized, and the "leased and are loud ! he .'manner in which j;r j 'conducted. isassured. A iftrons are in praise by tho dances banner attend-jfnf- f n and Elliott of home Thurs- They had the Illness of their George tamhirdville returned 'rronT een iSa,t called Vln by nightter, Mrs. Le0 Grwn, and re- irned her much iniirovfd. i 4 Dead; Many Injured in Carbon County Snow Slides FOR HELPER. .NEW LAUNDRY The Helper Laundry is Worst Storm in History the name Sweeps Entire of a new institution that opened for business yesterday in the. buildby Hedd's ing formerly a modern, is in It Grocery Helper. steam laundry, and will The toll of life taken in this secbe appreciated by the people of this tion by snowslides was increased to city. four Thursday by "a monster slide j The Times wishes the new enterIt fills a loiy;-fe- lt that pwept the mountainside for prise much success. half a mile this side of Indian Sumwant. mit on the Castlegate-Duchesn- e buried three government roni and BABY DIES mail trucks, a car of the Dodge a prtva.tely-owne- d child of stage l'ne and Ernest, the coupe. Mr. and Mrs.. Hribcr, died Monday John fe. Stevens, 48, of Price, was morning, tho cause of death being dead when his body was recovered pneumonia following measles. The by rescuers from the heap of funeral was held Tuesday afternoon wrecked machines and debris. I at 2 o'clock from the Abbott FunMel Stringham and L Flack were Sunday,-Kindreeral Home in Helper, with burial in the only two besides Stevens to be Helper cemetery. covered up by the slide to any great j Four o(her of the Hriber childMr. Stevens Is survived by extent. ren are ill with the measles, but are his widow, Mrs. Annie Stevns, and recovering. e, the following childrn: A son, 0 Gerin on a mission is who Mrs. George Dunn of Schofleld is Clay, Floyd, Nona, and a many; here visiting with her son, Howdaughter. ard Dunn. victims of The, four dead which snowslides swept separate BORX February 13th, to Mr. and communities in the Helper mining Mrs. Charles Schafer, a fine boy, district. Five others injured, weighing 10 V pounds. Mother and two probably fataly. son are doing fine at the home of. The dead: their nurse, Mrs. James of Price. JOHN E. STEVEN'S, 48, of Price. GUS GOODHART, 65, mine foreAmong the Helper people who man of Latude, Utah. Mac-keMORONI MOWER, 30, stable boss attended the funeral of Clarence at Miller at Spanish Fork the Latuda camp. Monday DAN GRUNDVIG, 40 miner, of were Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Gease and ' and Mrs, Wattis, Utah." Katherine, daughter, Clarence Johnson. Seriously injured: J." S. 'Anderson,' 3S, of Latuda, Principal and teachers from all both legs broken and severe .burns. parts of tho county gathered in Price Expected to die. Friday fc- - an extension class in Tony Legcr, 35, of Wattis, crushed "School Organization and Adminis- and frozen May recover. ,Mrs. W. X. Wetzel of Salt Lake Mr. and Mrs. Harry Whittaker of tration." Superintendent by snowslides wore, part of a setaught The her Wattis visited at the W. R. Johnson is spending several days with at the Harding ries on both side3 of Indian summit D. C. Woodward at Wattis. husband home the last of the week. school. which blockci all traffic into the basin over the Cat'lcga.te-Duchesn- e Uintah lo-- al A. C. Y. M. Euro Rahaula, Mrs. J. T. Kelly returned home club of Soldier Eastern The Star road and paralyzed rnail visit in the assistant, visited with his parents Sunday from a five-da- y as the "Twinklers" service for twenty-fou- r known hours. Summit, in Hiawatha over Sunday. state capital. met at their meeting rs Foreman Goodart, one of the Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Miss Anna Dolinskey lias gone to GroV(,r Miss Dorothy McAllister left last In the'niining- game in CarCoeman- - The tinl(J waa week for Salt Lake City where she Los Angeles, California to visit w'tal ,n U)e quIltln- - o a eiik qUilt bon county, had Just' completed a will enter nurse's training in' the her parents during tho comK , Mrs. I R. Meti was a Helper gusst. trip of inspection Into the Liberty St. Mark's hospital. nlOnm. j t... nrf,l1f,r, ut fuliltj fn Fuel company's Latuda mins and Mrs. H. E. Chambers will bad entered the check cabin outside twelve. .T. R. Van Cleve returned to his Mr3. Frank Porter and daughter, be thee next hostess. to build a fire when the first slide duties here Thursday after visiting Maxine, went to Salt Lake Sunday ccme, crushing the c?bin and killfor a short time with his family in afternoon on a short business Mr. and Mrs. George St. John of ing him instantly. There was no Salt Lake. Sunnyside were in Hulper a short evidence of strangulation. trip. time Wednesday before going on to Grundvig was killed at Wattis in Geooe Schultz of Latuda went Miss Aileen Carter haa been quite Soldier "Summit for a short visit a monster flide which earried him to recuper- se,.j0US!y m at her home with diph- - This is tho to SuJfo Lake Sunday beginning of a vacation down the mountain side ate from a recent appendicitis oper theria, but is now on the road to trip whici will incluJe LnJunta. 0anf LCger crest and tossed them over a its ation. fOO-forecovery. Co'orado, and San Francisco, Cl. cliff Wednesday afternoon, them deep under the avallurying Mrs. F. W. Minniesang and son, s' n John Buchanan and daughter, Ernest Schirnier spent the last of he. Juanna, were visitors in the state the week with his family in this Fred, returned home Sunday from was found by fif- Leger capital the last of the week, re- city and returned to his work In Winona, Minn., where they were ten feet under the snow at the called two weeks ago because of the foot of the Payson Monday. turning home Sunday. ledfe, and .the body or serious llltie: '3 of Mrs. Minn iesang's was even deeper. GrundGrundvig G. Turigo sustained a broken mother, Mrs. Anna Eggers. Price Ward' Mutual Improvement HowIt was dead. took an hour and a vig Associations will present the play wrist and injured foot when struck ever, before their" destination was to half reach men and Leger the is Slip-th"Mrs. Bunisted Leigh," some time by an auto Saturday morning. reached, death had already taken was to be thought to the fatally hurt. month under the direction of.pery streets are attributed the mother. Henry Eggers, a brohim several After with working is Aita is cause. Miss announei. neaa, ther, returned with Mrs. 'Minute-sanbis State d at-o- Ar-vill- , w-e- e y, Bbout down semi-month- ly old-time- ! ot res-.uer- i g. C. W. Daugherty returned home Friday from a three weeks' sojourn in southern states. He visited re latives in Memphis, Tenn., and was also in Florida. condition was somewhat hours, held out improved end hopes Wednesday night for his recovery. Grundvig Is survived by his wid- Mrs. E. F. Gianotti and small son went to Salt Lake Thursday to visit The customary good time had with Mrs. Gianottl's mother, Mrs. by the iar.e crowd of dancers who John Crockett who is taking treat- enjoyed the auxiliary ladies' hospment in the St. Mark's hospital. itality Saturday night. The ball was decorated with patriotic effectively Miss Eleanor Daugherty and her .Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Bishop left colors which lent a festive note to 'of the last of the week for Inglewood, friend," Miss Cecelia r rmore the niTair. Mrs. G. Spalding, Mrs. W. California. They will spend several Grand Junction, Colo., spent the T. Elliott and Mrs. L. L. Dennis were weeks visiting at the home of their w"k-en- d with Eleanor's parents. Mr. the committee In charge nnd were and Mrs. C. Dougherty. daughter, Mrs. R. D. TampUn. largely responsible for Its success. s ow Fritz Nyman has been appointed C. C. Lorentz of Salt Lake, DurValentine day was thoroughly enA. C. marshal traffic cop um by fity factory re; resentative for the joyed by the children of the Helper off y Knohbs. He will work intermittant-)r:ion, stoppedschool on Monday af'.crnon. Teich-er- s with Mr. Knobbs in an effort to here and sprtft ThurMay at j.he and children had assembled and Last Saturday The Times job decurb locally the-- speeding mania Frvlcp garage while on b('s way decorated the valentine a 21x2S in. elaborately partment printed poster, to the Denver auto show. among Helper's many motorists. boxes for the various grades, for the for the Toggery, one of the most of the various valen- Mrs. A. Lasson and Miss Clcon gents' furnishing firms Among the town petts at the depositing In the after- In this county, announcing their great Lasson of Fairview, mother and sis- present date is a selge of measles, tines and love notes. clearance s:le. The sale started ter of Mrs. C. R. Fahrlng, visited at which is making itself well known noon these were distributed among Monday, February 14, and will con- Mrs. Ffthring's home the latter part moiig t lie ctnifiren, ana cauning the boyg and girls. Following this tinue for fourteen days. Extreme of the week and returned home on up with many who have heretofore excitement school adjourned to the Strand theatre for a complimentary reduction In the price of every article Tuesday. euped them picture show, through the courtesy is and the in the store announced, Glen was of Manager Victor Litizzette. The T. C. Smiley and son, Lem-oynof Davis Mrs. Vesta Spring has numerous its response by patrons motored down from elected head of the girl's associa- feature was two reels of educational been exceptionally good. See the returned tion of the Carbon if unty li'iTh pi turcs of Chile. South America, Lemoyne Friday. prices quoted In this bill and you will snre. Gibson the duties school at pii election recently. Jos- which country has been the object at his to save money. of Ltudy in many of the grades re but Mrs. Smiley visited with her ephine Giovannoiii was elected Aileen secretaryCarter, cently. These pIctiirY'S wer re- Mr. rnd Mrs. AV'm. Arrtror.s; many Helper friends until Monday. from Wendel the Tan Atnerlcan reived find th.'1 song o nt J'l'ia sha Summit w"s While here j treasurer, and children of Soldier guest Union and were greatly enjoyed. home.jtend?r. Hall, shopped in Helper Friday. Henry inter-mruinta- Giln-m-min- Mrs, At the request of the Eastern Utah Credit association, County Attorney O. K. Clay is now framing an amendment to county ordinance A, relating to peddlers' lic enses, for presentation to thu counat their ne;:t ty commissioners ln e, - Mr. FRAMED ! A , ,, AMENDMENT NO. 51 Chamber Membership Tea Given By PriceLegion Auxiliary ipefintendent, is very much in favor the idea, and only regrets that ie program is liynitod to the scl.Jools the county coming under the leg-i- n Tebiuary 17, 1927 Clarence Miller, base ball player, died last Thursday even-- . iug at 9:40 in the Bingham hospital. Death was the result of infection following a severe attack of quincy. meeting. Clarence, popularly known as "Skinny" Miller, had made his home in Bingham for the pa3t several of Commerce his of at death and the time months, Hold Special Meeting ha "was in charge of the acid department at the L'tah Apex mine. Previous to that time he had resided in The Helper Chamber of Commerce Helper and other Carbon county he'd a meetine Sundav at the City points for three years. He had made Halli the oI)ject beJng. tQ forniu;ate a name for himself in the local basolEomtl ,au wherej)y a hospital may bail world with his fame as a pitcher. 13 built in Helper at a cost of aphaving played with the Standardville proximately $50,000. and Price teams, and was also instruA committee, comrrising Geo. F. mental in pitching Helper to victory Albert James Galanis, Spratling, in the baseball tournament two years Recer, A. Labor! and J. W. Ossana ago. Clarence was born in Nevada, was appointed by President Ledger to" invest igatf a suitable location February 1, 1903, but spent his ear- and gather information concerning lier life and school days at Spanish cost of ground, etc. Fork, Utah. He is survived by his committee will report at the Te parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ctarles Miller next be held to Mrs. of Provo, two sisters, meeting Margaret ' of Salt Lake and Lois Miller February 20, at 1 o'clock p m. at tne f of Provo, and four brothers, Charley, City Hall. Everybody invited to Spanish Fork; William of Bakers- - j ted. field, Calif., and Robert Miller of Barney Hall, youngest son of Mr. Tooele. Funeral services were he'd in and Mrs. Fred Hall, was operated Spanish Fork at the Third ward on for appendicitis at the Price chapel in charge of Counselor N. P. hospital Sunday afternoon and is Larson. The sneakers were Presi- now doing nicely. The oldest son, dent Henry A. Gardner and Ed. M. Jack, ig just recuperating from a Rowe of Spanish Fork, and J. E. recent appendie'ticj operation. o Gease of this city. Apex basebalf Mrs. Paul Casper of Grand Juncmen. acted as pallbearers. The funeral was largely rjitended, not tion, Colo., visited Friday and Satonly by friends from Spanish Fork, urday at the homes of her sisters, but from the surrounding towns Mrs. John Buchanan and Mrs. C. W. and also from Helper. The floral Daugherty, Mrs. Raymond of Idaho, another sister, is also tributes were numerous and beautiful. (visiting here. well-know- vmPnt, the Helper American begin f Auxiliary unit is sponsoring a iA Patriotism and Flag etiquette Mrs. Frank Osborne, pres- ;ogram id. and the standing flag commit- e icomposed of Miss Dorothy Ras- rhairman. Mrs. J. Lambert l4,lrs. E. H. Thomas are putting e fcrogram through the schools in of questionaires. Each e J form fade is supplied with a set of fifty esions concerning the Flag and et , (Vnd of the allotted time, which i Hi .e about February 24th, an Ira C. Martial! of Ada, Ohio, is ih will be given. The grade new world's corn growing champion! iswcring the highest percentage of jqujred questions will be awarded a D. :.'.v iv e nt, I J and two children. taken (j Trice. . His body-wa- . s , Mower, Jainen Wood and Clarence Held, with a team of horsea, were ft the Anderson home assi:-In- g the Andersons in moving out of the house when the big blide came. Tlie frame structure was flattened to the ground by tb, onrush of snow and was covered up. A few men near by rushed to the irene. The two horses heads were Just sticking out 'of the snow, nnd. thinking the driver would be direct- ly behind, (lie tininiabl were duT out first, but no ore was found. A corner of the porch wan on the house, and this when lifted up Mr;. Atiderron was found and was the first to be got, out. Mr. Mower war found a short time later inside the building. Although life was practically extinct, and his body badly disiolored from strangulation, res- cue men worked for more than two hours In a fruitless efi'ort to revive Mower was found J'nder a bin). 'stove and wart burned. Mr. Ander- son, wno vai also rt moved from house wrofkage wa a's burned.