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jl. Single Copy 10c Tomorrow is the day when the resolutions go into effect and about Saturday or Mon- day a heck of a lot of them will go where last years went down the drain! reg Funeral Set for S. A. Lunt be conducted Saturday at 2 p.m. in the Nephi Fourth Ward Shednck Alonzo chapel for Lunt, 84, who died Wednesday morning at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Mont Blackett, of a heart attack. Bishop Donald L. Bailey of the Nephi Fourth Ward will Friends conduct the services. may call at Anderson Funeral Home Friday evening; and at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Mont Blackett, 108 South 3rd East, Nephi, Saturday prior to the services. Mr. Lunt, a retired rancher and stockman, was born Oct. 7, 1875 in Nephi, a son of Shedrick and Ann Pitt Lunt. He married Ellen Maude Chapman June 30, 1890 at Nephi, the marriage later being solemnized at the Manti L D S Mrs Lunt died two temple. years ago. Surviving are two daughters Mrs. Mont and two sons: (Ruth) Blackett of Nephi; Mrs. David R. (Nola) Pearce of Beaver; Ray Lunt, and Mearl Lunt, both of Nephi; 29 grand children and 38 great grand children. On Christmas eve we had a visit from Santa Claus. Our children and their friends were delighted with him. I w'ould like to thank the Nephi Jaycees, their wives, and anyone else who City spent their time at such a busy time ol the year to add to the enjoyment and happiness of our children. This is one of the many projects in which our City and our Civic Clubs work on hand in hand. We feel that we are conveying not only our thanks, but the thanks of a great many mothers and fathers of the community who received this wonderful service. and The men and women the City administration should have the compliments of all for this and many other worthwhile endeavors. Mrs. Arthur Jensen reg What happens at midnight tonight is something which literally happens just once every ten years: the start of a new decade. Looking ahead, according to information received from the National Association of Manufacturers, the NAM has pro- jected certain growth trends 0 for Utah during the The NAM has made period. estimates for the year 1970 in terms of population, household 1960-197- formations, occupational opportunities, expanding labor force and enterprise. Utahs calculated growth potentials and the indicated economic dimensions for the next period have led the association researchers to call it the Dynamic Decade. In reviewing these predictions it would seem that the next ten years do indeed present potentials for a dynamic decade; certainly they do in an economic or material sense. But, as the NAM takes time to point out, in a complex and interrelated society such as ours a change in one element of society obviously will cause changes in many other elements. Population growth, for example, is not necessarily of itself a beneficial thing. Unless it is coupled with an expanding economy which can provide the needed jobs and goods and services and opportunities, population explosion can bring mis10-ye- ar services . Volume 50, Number 53 GOOD GAMES ON Stockmen Are Services Held MONDAY SCHEDULE Invited to For Saturday Funeral LETTERS TO THE EDITOR Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, December 31, 1959 Nephi Second Ward continued to lead Juab Stake Junior Basketball play as they soundly whipiod Nephi First Ward' 2 ers while Mona was sliding past Nephi Third 62-4- 7 and Nephi Fourth tipped Le30-2- 3 van in last Mondays play. Delta Meeting will Stockmen throughout the country are placing increased on "Performance emphasis Testing as a basis of selecting and purchasing livestock, according to Kay Bendixsen. Juab County Agricultural agent. Many articles are being published in favor of the program A. Lunt . . . funeral set for Saturday Jurors Named For First I960 Term of Court Jurors drawn for the first term of court for 1960, from January 11 to March 28, have been announced by James P. Christensen, County Clerk, as follows: Nephi Vernell Christensen, Chester Foote, James Erva AnLorin J. Christensen, drews, George Harmon, Jesse Bailey, Harold Stephenson, Rex TolJames W. ley, Lloyd Goble, Mathews, Elwood Jenkins, Alice C. Belliston, Earl Hawkins, and Douglas Browm. Eureka William Paxman, Herbert Curwin, Charles Robinson, Darrell L. Franks, Virginia Cartwright, Lavern Nev-er- s. Levan Orlando Anderson. Mona Thomas L. Garfield, Orvil Andrews, Ray'M. Myers. Donald E. Mammoth Richard E. Painter was home for Christmas with his parents, Claude Maurice Kay Jr. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Painter. Mona Scout Master He had a 30-dleave and spent some of it wdth his wife MONA SCOUTER IS Diane and baby Terri Lee at ElCentro, California. He is in DOING FINE JOB the Navy and is stationed at He Lakehurst, New. Jersey. By Boyd Ivie, Field Executive left for his base Sunday. Utah National Parks Council ay and it is predicted it will be added to the bull grading program in the future. Performance testing will not only increase the income of the but it will increase breeder, the income of the stockman that selects the right individual animal for his herd. Bill Ellis, national vice president oi the "Performance Testing association and rancher of Montana, has agreed to discuss the program with stockmen of Juab County and Millard County on his way through Delta on Saturday, January 2 . Mr. Ellis has been a leader in the field of performance testing in beef cattle, coopera-atin- g with the Montana Extension Service in its pioneer work of careful testing and record keeping to determine such factors as rate of gain, feed efficiency, and weaning, and yearling weight index. Careful attention to three factors can increase a cattle raisers profits as much as 25 per cent without his adding any more cattle or using more feed. The performance testing meeting will be held at the Delta Sminary building at 7:30 pun , on Saturday, January 2. All Juab County stockmen are invited to attend the meetAnyone interested in ating. tending and who would like a ride to Delta may contact Allen Tolley or County Agent Ben- dixsen. Monday for 44-1- luab Official Second now has a record with the Mona Ward team and the Fourth Ward crew Nephi close behind with 1 records. Nephi perfect 8-- 0 8-- Next Monday evening, Janthe leading Second Waul team will meet contendElder Garertt Home ing Nephi Fourth ward in the feature game of the fourth From Eastern States round of play, while Mona will n Elder Richard Garrett, son tangle with Nephi First and will meet Nephi Third. All of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Garrett returned home last Thursday games w ill be played in the lrom the Eastern States miss- Juab High gymnasium and the ion, where he has been labor- public is invited to attend these games wuthout charge and to ing for the past two years. Elder Garrett gave his re- support their respective ward port in the Fourth Ward Sac- teams rament meeting on Sunday Juab Stake Junior evening. While in the mission Basketball Standings field Elder Garrett participated in the annual pageant at Team Won Lost Hill fumorah. 3 0 Nephi Second 1 Mona Ward 2 1 2 Nephi Fourth 1 2 Nephi Third Mercury Takes Dive 1 2 Levan Ward 3 0 Nephi First Following Storm; uary 4, I.e-va- .62 Inch Moisture Falls Last Mondays results by quarters: The mercury almost knocked 6 15 29 44 Second the bottom out of the ther2 4 11 12 First mometer during the past week as it plunged to an ice cold Mona 19 31 49 62 I above zero on Monday night 8 22 35 47 Third to f the local weather aocoiding observing station records. 30 Fourth Both Sunday and Tuesday 23 Levan night readings were 4 above scores not available) (quarter zero, following the valuable storm of last week. Next Week's Schedule: The weather mans Christmas Monday, January 4th: gift to Juab Valley was a totFirst vs Mona, 7.00 p.m. al of .62 of an inch. Rain pro Second vs Fourth 8 00 p.m. ceeded the snow storm to give Levan vs Third, 9:00 p.m. the precipitation figure. The week's weather as read Ten Top Scorers: pts. each morning for the previous June Kendall . . served in many capacities Date Set For Bloodmobile Visit to Nephi Announcement has been made by Red Cross officials that the Red Cross Blood-mobiwill be in Nephi, at the National Guard armory on Monday, January 18 from 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. Blood for use at the Juab County Hospital as well as for Juab County patients In other hospitals la supplied without charge from the Blood Bank of the Red Cross, and the occasional visit by the Blood-mobiIs the opportunity for local citizens to contribute to the supply. The Red Cross supplies the blood and blood derivatives to le le to hospitals cooierating in the program without charge. A nominal charge is made, however for administering the cross matching and blood, other necessary laboratory Impressive funeral services were conducted Monday at the Nephi Third Ward LDS chapel for June Kendall, 73, Juab County Commissioner who died last Thursday morning at 7:00 oclock when he was hit by a car on Nephi's mam street. Bishop Lee J. Olsen of the Nephi Third Ward conducted the sen ices. Mr. Kendall has been prominent in civic and business affairs of Nephi throughout his entire life, and he has served several terms as a Juab County official. The car which struck Mr. Kendall was driven by Mrs., Gail B. Woodruff, 25 of PhoeShe was taken nix, Arizona. to the Juab County Hospital and treated for shock and later was released. Rex Hill, of the Utah Highway Patrol headed the investigation, and stated that Mr. Kendall was going east in the pedestrian lane and was in the east of the two north-boun- d lanes when the accident . occurred. There wras no indication of excessive speed, according to Jack Brough, Nephi City marshall who assisted in the investigation. Mr. Kendall was born at Nephi April 21. 1886 at Nephi, a son of George W. and Martha Mangum Kendall. He married Myrtle Golden at Nephi Nov. 4, 1912, and she died in 1953. At the time of his death, Mr. Kendall and operated a real estate and insurance business in Nephi, and also owned and operated the Kendall Apartments on North Main. He had been active in the Demoow-ne- cratic party and served successively as Representative of Juab County and Senator from Juab and Tooele counties. Mr. Kendall had served in services. many positions, among them Juab County manager of the Works Progress administraCOMPLETES STUDY tion; manager of the county welfare board, and was a charter member and former memFOR USU DEGREE ber of the Juab County Fair son of Mr. Board. Joseph Hanson, and Mrs. Neldon A. Hanson, II was employed for three has completed his course of years as assistant director of study for a degree in Civil En- the State Depart mnt of Regisat the Utah State tration in charge of enforcegineering University this quarter and has ment, and was one of the orbeen certified for graduation iginal committee of the Ute in the spring. Stampede and servejd as its Mr. Hanson has accepted chairman. position with the Utah State Surviving Commissioner KenRoad Commission and will be dall are a daughter, Mrs. Ernmaking his home in Salt Lake est (Maureen) Forsberg of City. He, Mrs. Hanson and Salt Lake City; and a son, their daughter spent the holi Keith W. Kendall of Pocatello, days with his parents in Idaho; a sister, Mrs. Della , Collection of garbage by the Nephi City employees wall be on Monday morning, January 4, it was announced this week. Residents are asked to place garbage for collection on the curb by 8 a m., and to take in the garbage cans or other containers soon as the truck has passed. We would like to continue our series of Scoutmaster interviews by introducing you to our Scoutmaster from the north Claude end of Juab District By Earl Spendlove, Soil Maurice Kay Jr., who is the Conservation Service, Nephi Scoutmaster of Troop 137, Ward. Mona ery. sponsored by Ill give fifteen hundred Maurice and his wife Kath- dollars and still pay my share Thus, the decade ahead presents not only potentials for leen are getting an early start of the expense if the stockprogress, but also the promise in the world of scouting in holders will authorize the comof greater problems in many preparing for their own two pany to line the North Ditch areas. Some of these problems boys who will be scouts in a with concrete from the divider few years. Maurice was asked in the canyon to my farm, are current in some areas crowded schools, clogged high- to serve as Scoutmaster at Merl McPherson told the dicit- Mona two years ago and since rectors of the d ways, and an Nephi Irrigation izenry which also suffers from then the job of learning scout- Company. malignant inflation, the IAM ing himself has been part of This may sound like a rash his program: He was a scout statement and no doubt some points out. And certainly the clear and himself for three years in Mona of McPherson's long - dead present threats of the com- but felt the program vas still Scotch ancestors made a few munist conspiracy will con- a stranger to him. Since be- revolutions in their graves. But tinue to be critical. coming a Scoutmaster Maurice they hadn't seen a good third Obviously then, some of the has opened many fields of of the water lost between the most vital dimensions of to- scouting not c.ily to the boys divider and McPhersons farm, morrow are not of the econ- but to himself. nor had they waited for more omic or material sense, as imTroop 137 of Mona gave than four houis for the water portant as those may be. The him a good start with eight to fight its way down the weed true dimensions of tomorrow boys but has added to troop choked three miles. They hadn't will be the dimensinons of the membership until this year they seen how the weeds caught and will register with 14 boys in held the silt until it wras alpeople. This is a total of most impossible for the w'ater America has been great be- the troop. cause her people, under God, 22 boys Maurice had enjoyed to get through. Nor did they are great. Americas future working with in the interest of realize how much it cost to can be great only if her people scouting. These boys have par- maintain and keep the ditch are great great enough to ticipated in district camporees, clean, or they would have meet the challenge, the poten- a special fishing trip to Fish knowm that it wouldnt take tials, and the problems ahead. Lake, and are plannng on at- many years for McPherson to The future belongs to those tending summer camp this get his money back. d who prepare, is an The irrigation company reccoming summer. Maurice also is interested in ognized a good thing when they adage, and we firmly believe and Utah deer hunting and tries annually saw it and lost little time in that America are prepared for a truly to bag his deer with the bow accepting the offer. This was and arrow. In answer to the the last of February, and they dynamic decade! Are you, personally, well pre- question "What reward to you knew that farmers would want pared, too? get out of working as a Scou- to start irrigating as soon as tmaster? Maurice replied: reg spring opened up, so they had I just like boys, and get to get started. The first move, Mrs. REG says: BEFORE AND AFTER photographs graphically show improvement made In the condition a kick out of being with and a wise one it was, was to as McPherson them of the North Field ditch. Unites are of a portion of ditch at ninth north, just east of main. project appoint Just because your wife Maurice also wanted to ex- manager. He knew about as is smart enough to agree to the par- much about lining ditches with visors of the Juab district as- tanglements were unsnarled and a hundred There were many with you doesnt always press his isthanks nice to have concrete as an Eskimo knows signed top priority to the pro- work on the project got un- headgates, turnouts and crossents. "It very that prove youre always the support of the parents and about Golden repairing refrigerators, ject. derway. Mangelson, ings that had to be included. right!!! have them offer to help when but he was determined to have After preliminary investiga- SCS engineering aid, was as- It was determined that the ditch section A marriage license was issu- needed. We have that kind of a lined ditch, so he took the tion by Soil Conservation Ser- signed to work directly with most efficient botvice technicians to determine McPherson. For the next few was one with a job. ed on December 26, 1959, by parents in Mona. Maurice is employed as a side slopAfter accepting the respon- the best route for the ditch, weeks, Mangelson and McPher- tom and Juab County Clerk James P. truck driver for Juab County sibility, he selected Ralph Bos- McPherson, Wright and Bos- son were practically insepar- - es. The depth of the ditch var- Christensen to Delbert Berdell and feels his only draw against well and Dee Wright to assist well began obtaining the neces- able. They began by having a led from one to two feet, deMitchell, son of Mr. and Mrs. is lack of him. Together they made ap- sary easements and rights of bull dozer clear the right of pending upon the steepness of Melvin Mitchell of Delta, and being a scoutmaster sufficient time to fulfill all plication to the Juab County way. This was no way and fill a large part of the slope itself in Mr. of Gowers, Myrel daughter About the time work started the old ditch Once the old Agricultural StabiLzation Com- small task. The ditch not and Mrs. Ronald M. Gowers of plans and desires. mittee for financial assistance. the weather 13 farms, but ditch was fiiied, there was no on the through Nephi. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stephen- They also contacted the Juab also ran through land owned turning back. The ditch line warmed up an$ everyone want- son spent Christmas with their Soil Conservation District and by the Nephi Irrigation Com-- i was survey, staked and a ditch jed to irrigate. A lot of press- Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Davis and children in Bountiful: Mr. and requested technical assistance pany, Juab County, Nephi City that would handle eight cubic lure was exerted to get the six children of Seattle, Wash- Mrs. J. S Winter, Mr. end in surveying, des.gn. layout and and by a manufacturing con- feet of wafer per second was ditch completed so the high water from melting snow could designed. ington have been spending the Mrs. Kenneth Stephenson, Mr. supervision of the project. Both cern where the right of to be approved in the main The design of the ditch was be used on the farms. Christmas holidays in Nephi and Mrs R. L. Gerrard. On organizations cooperated fully would not be they visited at the The ASC committee requested, office which was several thousby the fact that son. however, visiting with their parents, Mr. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Alma L. and was granted extra funds and miles away. the slope varied from level to rushed. He knew the quality of and Mrs James H. Ockey and home of from the state, and the super- In die time the legal en- - a fal! of more than four feet in! Garrett in Springville, Continued on page 4 Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Davis. Time , Water Saving Are Cains From New Ditch over-taxe- age-ol- one-fo- ot one-to-o- i only-passe- sub-grad- e, j way-ha- Mangel-complicat- ed Dr. Boston Calls Specia Meeting on Community Development Monday Dr. A. A. Boston, chairman of the Nephi Community Dev elopment Committee, has call ed a meeting for Monday, Jan uary 4 at 8 p.m. at the Ele mentary School Auditorium. Dr. Boston stated that it is important that all block chair men or hostesses be in attendance at the meeting, and that they bring with them their "pink poll sheets which should be completely filled out. Community iJevelopment officials desire that the Town Meeting be held prior to the end of January. Dr. Boston stated Wynder of Hill Springs, Alberta, Canada; and 10 grandchildren. Interment in the Nephi City Cemetery was directed by Anderson Funeral Home. Chairman R. Elgin Gardner of the Juab County Commissioners stated Wednesday that it is possible that a successor to the late June Kendall will be selected at the regular meeting of the Commission to be held Monday. Under the law, Commissioner Gardner stated, a successor is to be of the same political party, and is to be named following receipt of certification by the County Central Committee of the party involved. Mr. Kendall was elected on the Democratic party ticket. Welding Classes Signup Sef for Monday, Wednesday Evenings Registration for the Farm Wedling class will be held on Monday evening, January 4, from 6:30 to 7.00 p.m. and class work will begin at 7 pm. in the vocational agriculture room of the Gymnasium build ing of the Juab high school. Registration for the Industrial Welding class will be held on Wednesday, January 6 from k 6:30 to 7:00 p.m. and will begin at 7 pm. that evening in the same room. class-wor- Fond Morgan, chief wedling for the Bngham inspector Young University will be the nagemenf Announced Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Harris, instructor. There is still time to regist- 785 Pleasant View Drive, Oger in either the electricity or den, are announcing the enof their daughter. the blueprint reading classes, gagement both of which convene each Miss Linda Hams, to Mark C. Monday beginning January 4 Warner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Other classes in commercial James A. I Jay) Warner of Nesubjects, farm law, veterinary phi Miss Harris is a registered science, etc., are available if a sufficient number will reg- nurse at fending the University ister for the courses. Consult of Utah. Mr Warner is filling Principal M. Clatk Newell for a mission for the LDS church in the East Central States. additional details.