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Single Copy 10c By Roy E. Gibson Editor Take a look into your wifes purse if you want the proof that money isn't everything! Fast Is, you may even find some of that there! reg A wonderful response has been noted in the Christmas lighting of homes and front lawns in this community this year. Much of the credit goes to the "push consistently be ing given from the Jaycees and of course, the praise for jobs well done goes to the remakers. We spective home just havent had time to make the rounds clear around the to note all the community homes, but from what weve seen it would do your heart good to take a tour any evenAnd ing during the holidays. we commend especially, for you to see . . the home of Eldon and "Mike Bowles on second west, between third and fourth and theres alnorth streets ways the group east on second south that goes the second mile and they tell in decorating me that Art Tuttle, east on center street, has done a nice job as well as many many others. We shall probably have the list of prize winners in next weeks Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, December 22, I960 Senior Ball Friday Evening of the community congratulate each who has created through outside lighting this year. reg Back your community without your help most public movements can be clasisfied as purely lost motion. reg Having gone through a study of the local school situation, weve been interested from the side lines on the so-call- publicity, versions, ideas, sugmotions, etc, which gestions, have been coming out of the current C. D. study. First, let me say that study of any community function whether it be the library, the water works, the sewer system whether it be the county hospital or the school gymnasa ium always accomplishes measure of good! It wakes peoso they ple can get a taste of the situation at hand and then turn over and go back to sleep until same other alarm sounds! In that, there is at least a measure of good so little as it is! But at the same time, the cussed glamorous publicity that gets attached, to the various motions and theories and the adverse light that is being shed on the community or the area doesnt do anyone any good, save the newspaper correspondent who gleans a few more sheckles from the bigger city dailies. Take the past weeks meeting for instance. . . One of the "buzz groups is supposed to have buzzed something about combining the offices of the Superintendent and the Clerk! Anyone with any knowledge of whats going on should know that by law the duties of the two officers are set up fully explained and fully liable to the Board of Education. The wisdom of the ages went into ' most of our Utah laws basic laws, that is and surely it is wisdom to have these two divisions, so to speak, of the school government. Function of one is to direct the learning side of the schools to buy the right books, to hire and direct the teaching staff and to administer the "learning program as set up by the Board of Educa- tion. And the function of the other office is to be responsible to the Board for financial affairs of the district and to carry out the detail bookkeeping work of the district as the Board may direct. Someone once said "East is East and West is West and never the twain shall meet So it should be with the functions of the two offices may never the twain be consolidated! With the legislature coming up soon there may be a bill to consolidate such offices we hope it dies in committee! reg of creating . . take Speaking a look inside the lobby of the Venice one of these days . . . Bob Anderson is making a place of exquisite beauty out of it. And to top it off, he's scheduling some top shows for the winter season. .That gaping hole In the former Rosalinda Hatchery building (Ostler and Allen building to some Parkin Motor Building to others and even Cook's Ice Cream Co. building to a few others) and pretty soon it will be the main street building of Plumbing & Builders Management Supply. The Continued on page 7 4-- 4-- D Jesse Pay, 90, Dies at Home; Funeral Mon. The final touches are being put on the decorations for the Senior Ball to be held in the Juab High School gymnasium Friday, December 23 at 9 p.m. The members of the Senior class have worked hard to make sure the dance will be a success. They will give their final contribution when they perform in the floor show at 10 p.m., dancing to the theme of Silver Bells. ; edition. On behalf we sincerly and everyone new beauty Volume 52, Number 51 On Friday morning the annual Christmas assembly will be put on under the direction of Paul Ostler, class president; assisted by Larry Rosenlund, class vice president, Julie Johnson, Lucille Bailey and Carolyn Sparks. Climaxing the days activities will be the crowning of the Senior Ball royalty. Chosen to reign this year as King and Queen are Jimmy Jacobsen, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. V. Jacobsen of Nephi; and Vicky Wankier, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Farrell Wankier of Levan. Prince and Princess will be Gordon McPherson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Merle McPher and Carolyn Sparks, a son; daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clark SENIOR BALL ROYALTY: King Jim Jacobsen; Queen Vicky Wankier; Prince Gordon McPherson and Princess Floor show is set at 10 p.in. Friday Carolyn Sparks. Sparks. Other committees helping to stage the event are: Publicity Christmas Program Tonight At Juab Hiah Auditorium Gordon McCune, George Greenhalgh, Ralph Wilkey and Linda Sanders; Decorations Reva Kay, Carolyn Hayes, Rob- Students of the Nephi Elementary school, from the third SAF1TA SETS to the sixth grades, inclusive, have spent considerable time LEVAN VISIT in the preparation of their anLEVAN Christmas eve will nual Christmas program. The program, themed to Christmas find Santa Claus making an Is will be presented Thurs- early stop at the home of Mr. day evening, December 22nd, and Mrs. Farrell T. Wankier at 7:30 p.m. at the Juab High Sr., of Levan. have been School Auditorium. Arrangements Skits, Christmas carols and made with him to arrive at customs from various countries 6 p.m., and he extends an invitation to all of his little have been included in the to suit the taste of all. friends of the Levan area to be there so that Santa can We hope everyone will participate with us in our Christmas distribute gifts to all the boys musical, stated Ralph O. Bos- and girls up to and including nine years of age. well principal. Christmas carols and sleigh Relief Society Leadership bells will herald his coming. meeting will be held Thursday Remember, kiddies, Santa Claus afternoon, December 29 at 2 wants to see you on Christmas eve at the Wankier home. p.m. at the Stake House. pro-uctio- The Letterman Club of Juab High School, under the direction of Coach Gary LaComb, has been organized into a new service club called the Vespas The name comes from the word "Vespidae, the only social class of wasps. This new club is to be a service organiza tion with special projects and duties. The members will usher at games and raise money for athletic equipment, etc. To be eligible for the club, members must be juniors or seniors. They must also have and maintain a 2.0 or "C average. initiation for the of the new club was held on Thursday, Friday and Saturday of last week. At 7:30 p.m. Saturday, December 17 a final initiation was held. It was an evening of fun with the new members playing games, paying penalties, and call Lester Broad-hea- d; Dance Lynn Barnes, Mary Bean, Carl Dalby, Vicky Wankier. ing on a few families to shine shoes, wash dishes, or clean light globes. In the spring initiations will be held for all Sophomore boys who have earned their athletic letter and desire to become members of the Vespas. Coach LaComb is advisor of the club and the officers are as follows: President, Lester Broadhead; vice president, Ronnie Newell; secretary, Max Molyneux and reporter, Jim Garrett. On Thursday night, December 29, at 7:30 p.m. the Uespas Club is sponsoring a basketball Boid Bvies game between world famous Harlem Jokers and the Juab Town Team The proceeds will go toward athletic equipment and jackets. We extend an invitation to everyone for a night of basketball at its greatest, and surely, at its funniest. Funeral services will be conducted Monday at 1 p.m. at the Nephi Third Ward WITH A FORD forming the backdrop, LeGrande Mangelson of Levan pulls the winning Chapel. Bishop J. Barres entry. Bruce Beal won $6.00 on personality but missed on clue count of 17. $63.00 will be Jenkins will conduct the serIn the jackpot this week end. See the Mystery Personality advertisement on where to devices. Friends may call at Anderson Funeral Home Sunposit your entries this week end. Earl Greenhalgh of Parkin Motor staff holds the MP box. day evening until 9 p.m., and Personality was Bishop Ray W. Worthington. Monday from 11 a.m. until time of services. Mr. Pay was born December 11, 1870, and had served for approximately 50 years in various missionary capacities for Funeral services were con- Mrs. Gary (Sheila) Hansen, surviving are his the Church of Jesus Christ of ducted Wednesday at the Gosh- Dugway; Joyce and Sharlene Mr. and Mrs. S. grandparents, L. Rowe of Latter-day Saints. He had en Ward Chapel for Florin J. Swasey, both of Mona. Also Mona. headed the Juab Stake missSwasey, 26, who died Saturion for many years. day at his home when his shot He married Lettie Sidwell SEND A BUCK ENJOY THE BIO GAME gun accidently discharged. June 12, 1895 at the Manti Mr. Swasey was a native of Mrs. Pay LOGAN Utah State Uni- to raise the money to pay for L. D. S. Temple. Mona, having been a son of died several years ago. Dan LaVon Rowe and Floyd its Alumni the telecast, according to Lyn versity, through Mr. Pay served in the NorthHe married Verna Swasey. has been offered (Swede) Larson, executive sec- ern States mission in 1898 and Association, Finch May 26, 1956 in Las of the USU Alumni As- 1399. retary the privilege of sponsoring the sociation. Vegas, Nevada. Surviving are two sons and Mr. Swasey had attended the telecast of the Sun Bowl game We need 5,500 who three Mrs. Roy daughters: Mona elementary school and from El Paso, Texas involving will donate $1.00 people each Lar- (Lorene) Bowles; Ray Pay and the Juab High school at Nephi Utah State and New Mexico son said, to defray the costs and had served in the United University football teams. of the telecast so that it can Eugene Pay; all of Nephi; Mrs States Navy. The Alumni Association has be shown in the Intermountain Lyle (Vera) Larsen of Brigham and Mrs. Allan Sunrvivors include his wid- accepted this offer but needs area over KCPX-T(4) in (Zelma)CityMcCune of ow of Goshen; his parents, of the support of its alumni from Salt Lake City. Temple Caifomia. Mona; three brothers and four the Intermountain area, friends The $1 contribution, or more City, Also surviving is a brother, sisters: Elray Swarey, Mona; of the University of football if anyone feels so Inclined, LeRoy Pay of Salt Lake City. Vernon Swasey; Salt Lake fans in general who want to should be sent to: Also surviving are a large City; Clyde Swasey, with the see the December 31 game beSun Bowl TV Fund number of grand chidren and U. S. Navy stationed at Memtween these two nationally-ranke- d Care of Utah State Univergreat grandchildren. teams. phis, Tennessee; Mrs. DeLynn sity A fund drive has been set up (Ireta) Hansen, Springville; Logan, Utah Services Held Wednesday for Ex Mona Man I - Studies School By Mrs. Winnagene Eyre Director of Publicity, Nephi Committee Community Development Committee A group of impartial educational administrators should be allowed to investigate the Juab School District fully and freely was the major recommendation of the education committee report on Policies, Ad- ministration and Organized A United States Department of Agriculture County Emergency planning committee has been appointed by the State USDA Board to assure continuity of essential functions in event of a Civil Defense Emergency. Thad Nebeker of the Agricultural Stabilization Committee has been appointed chairman; Earl Ependlove, Soil Con- Attitudes. The Communiy Development study was released Wednesday, December 14. The committee found that difficulties have arisen in ad ministration of our schools be be cause of the ing responsible to the school board instead of to the Super clerk-treasur- er servation Service; Merrill Roberts, Forest Service; Tharol Larsen, Farmers Home AdminDr. Jay Peterson, istration; Federal Veterinarian, and the Extension Service County Agent are members of the committee. This committee will be directly responsible to the USDA state administrator, Glade and will act in a coordinating capacity with respect to emergency assignment. The assignment of the board is considered important that a wider dissemination of information can be given on Agricultural Civil Defense and defense mobilization and plans and proced- intendent. The authorities contacted were divided in their feelings toward combining the clerk and superintendent positions The committee feels that unless a change is clearly for the better, no change should be All-re- d, made. The report gave endorsement to any workable plan that the superintendent and the board may agree upon to remove the district offices from the high school building. It was found that the location of the principals and superintendents offices in such close proximity has been cause of some friction in the workings of the chain of command. A group of 50 citizens attending the Town Meeting Wednesday evening discussed the concurred with report and most of its recommendations. Many of the people in attend ance had not seen the report ures. In addition to each agency continuing its present essential functions, specific delegations of authority made to the board include responsibility for: 1. Food production operations, management, processing, storage and distribution of food through the wholesale level; 2. The prevention and control of fires caused by the effects of enemy attack in rural areas. 3. The development of standby plans and in emergency,, carrying out a monitoring system for the protection of livestock, including poultry, and products therefrom, and crops against biological and chemical warfare. 4. The protection of agricultural resources from radioactive fallout. 5. The development of plans for financing agricultural production under emergency con- until they arrived at the meeting and therefore found it difficult to analyze and discuss it. Consolidation of the district junior high schools was discussed and a recommendation made that the board work toward this end. Ten out of ten teachers responding to an attitude poll conducted by the committee sated that there is no genuine respect for the teaching in the Juab District. This was quite disheartening. In the buzz session discussion at the meeting, most of the group felt that the teachers One man were respected. stated that teachers had been in their contract negotiations a few years ago. pro-fesis- on ditions. 6. The formulation of plans and direction of a county program of technical guidance and assistance on matters relating to land use and adjustment and the availablity and use of soil and water under emergency over-zealo- Displeasure ACTION GALORE I promised in a game between Harlem Jokers v Nephi select team. Game is sponsored by the new "Vespaa club of Juab High School missionary of Nephi, died at the family home aixiut midnight Wednesday night, according to members of the family. Mr. Pay had been ill for the past several weeks, and critically ill for the past two weeks of infirmities incident to his advanced age. bMW'"''' V CD Group n New Club Formed at Juab High A charter 20 members ert Wetherell, Jesse Pay, 90, well known church worker and former was expressed at teachers discussing their salaries in the class room. The report contains charts on salaries and taxes and other Citizens useful information. are urged to get a copy and to read the study in its entirety. education Clair Kendall, committee chairman, and Mrs. Elmo Wilson and her committee are to be commended for their fine work on this study. conditions. 7. The dissemination of information essential to producers, processors, distributors and the public concerning agricultural emergency defense plans. A. B. GIBSON. ROY E. GIBSON Publish Mrs. Marinus Salisbury and daughter Carol Ann of Los Angeles were week end guests orf Mr. and Mrs. L. Eugene Beck.