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Saltt Lake cityy Utah 5; w i g V Single Copy, 10c by the editor everybody. reg We recently clipped an item from the Editors Column of tlte Emery County Progress at Castle Dale, which we think you will be interested in readIts called the Ten ing. Carmandments" and is as follows: I shall not exceed safety speed limits or violate speed laws. I shall not pass on curves, lulls or where the view is ob- structed. I shall not drive after I shall not drive or fatigued. Juab County, Utah, Thursday, May Volumn 54, Number 20 1963 16, Stake Conference Attendance It used to be that a fool and hb money were soon parted now it happens to ing. Nephi, drink- if drowsy I shall dim my lights when other cars approach at night. I shall observe and obey highway signs the signs of l'fe. I shall slow down at schools, playgrounds, hospital and other danger zones. I shall be cautious at all Intersections. I shall slow down at sundown and whenever road conditions Urged by President Garrett Elder Sill fo be Seminary Graduation Visifing Authority Sunday Evening Residents of Juab Stake are to attend four encouraged general sessions of the Stake Quarterly Conference on Saturday evening and on Sunday, according to an announcement this week by President R. Ros-co- e Garrett of Juab Stake. A - ik: .'riJf. 'Vv 'V ' Jfr, si (Siv,..-- -.- V " a, X Are Readied Graduation exercises for the Juab Stake Seminary will bo held at the Juab Stake House on May 19 at 7 p.m. under the duection of Pearson S. Corbett, The exercises will principal. feature four student speakers who will develop the theme Dare to be Different. They are Gordon Nebeker, son of Mr. and Mrs. Thad Nebeker; Cherry Orme, daughter of Mr. President Garrett also announced that Elder Sterling W. Sill, an assistant to the Council of the Twelve Apostles, would be the official representative of the general authorities of the church at the conference. a Third Round Polio Cubes ' . r .V V.- -- V 'A' 4 and Mrs. Max L. Orme; Linda Powell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Powell and Leon Pexton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harlow Pexton. Accompanying Elder Sill will Guest speakers are Steven be Elders William M. Walsh, a student body presidOckey, Elder Strling W. SOI member of the Churchs Genent at Snow College; and eral Welfare Staff, and David to direct conference Roy Hatch, Seminary coorS. Romney of the Genealogical dinator for central Utah. are unsafe. Society conference staff. will speak on the varThey The conference will open at ITeres Time Table for I shall be courteous and reious aspects of the theme. spect the rights of every driver 9 a.m. on Saturday and Quarterly Conference and pedestrian. throughout the day with Saturday and Sunday There are 69 students gradtile visiting officials meeting stuand 12 fourth-yea- r reg uating 18: with various Stake authorities Saturday, May honored on dents who will be 9:00 a.m. Stake Presidency Heres another traffic tip and officers. this occasion. This is the largwhich we noted the other day meeting with Welfare Rep- est class and the first year The first general meeting When driving resentative will be held at 8 p.m. at the there has been a fourth-yea- r Be defensive, 10:00 a.m. Welfare Project class. Stake House, where all memThe graduates are enNot offensive. bers of the Stake are urged manager, Agricultural rep- couraged, according to Princi(Clark Tank Lines Sign to attend. Especially, accordresentative and operating pal Corbett, to continue with just north of Salt Lake ing to the advice from headcommittee with Welfare the fourth-yea- r class next year. on Beck City Street) Representative quarters of the church, the These seminary graduates reg 11:00 a.m. Chairman of Bish- also have been honored at the young people of the stake are urged to attend. The meeting ops Council with Welfare pin banquet, where they reto the state Our neighboring acat 9:30, ceived their pins. The menu Representative. north has virtually rolled out will be concluded to the schedule. 2,:00 p.m. Stake Presidency, was under the direction of Mr. the Red Carpet for visitors cording General sessions on Sunday Stake Genealogical Com- and Mrs. Harlow Pexton and to the Gem State for the cen- xvill 10 a.m., 2 pm. mittee and Stake Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Earl Ingram. The tennial year. At each entry and be7 held atwith the entire p.m. School Genealogical Rep- program was aranged by Mr. of the state, on major highmembership of the stake being resentative with Genealog- and Mrs Ronald Jones and Mr. ways, they have painted to attend each of ical Committee representat- and Mrs. Leo Ingram. distance of the highway a bright encouraged three. The graduates and post gradive. red with the wording Welcome heThe 7 p.m. meeting will be uates also enjoyed a trek to to Idaho on the going-i- n side 3:00 Stake p.m. Presidency, Seminary graduation exerCity recently where and Hurry Back on the go- the Stake Genealogical Com Salt Lake cises. the temple and visited they know You out side. theres ing mittee. Stake Sun. School tabernacle Music for the conference will the L. D. S. grounds, a sincere Red Carpet WelRepresentatGenealogical be furnished by the Mona office Church welfare building, as come you Ward awaiting you ive, Bishoprics, square, and Brigham Youngs Ward Choir. cross the border. Ward Com' inGenealogical Elder Sill is a prominent home. They had several hours reg mittees; Ward Sun. School for personal surance executive. He is active activities and then Genealogy Class Instruct returned home. Next time youre in Salt in civic groups and has served or, High Council and mem' Lake City looking for a quick as a member of the Board of Seminary students also enber of each ward Sunday of the of some or other University Regents type joyed a Christmas ice skating burger School Superintendency of quick eats, drive on out to Utah. For outstanding service at Mona Reservoir. Hot with Genealogical Society party cliocoiate was served and evabout 1400 Sbuth Main and pat- performed during that time he representative. Foster was awarded an honorary Docronize our Nephite. eryone participated in the fun. 4:00 p.m. Stake Presidency Listed as graduates for the Gardner puts out quick sand- tor of Laws degree by the with Elder Sill wiches, malts, etc. etc. at this University of Utah. He Is a Seminary exercises Sunday are former bishop and stake high 5:00 p.m. Stake and Ward the following: new location. council member. He has authRelief Society Presidencies Janice Ballow, Cherrinda reg ored several books, and has de6:30 p.m. All Stake and Ward Beck, Tracy Booth, Jean BosWould of Take a Lot It livered a series of discussions well, Clifford Boswell, Karl Welfare Committees. Nerve Department by radio. He currently is the Brough, Jerry Carter, Jim Car8:00 All attendleaders p.m. author of a series being printter, Carol Chapman, Kathy A large basket filled with ed in the Church News reing above meetings section Terry Christensen, flowers was taken from the of the Deseret News. quested to attend, and all Christensen, members of entire stake in- Alan Dalby, Richard Daley, graveside of Dan Davis during vited to attend, especially Bryan Garrett, Susan Garrett, the night following the funeral Carl Gardner, Van Gardner, is Mrs. Davis to who young people. according Board Gloria Jean Gustin, Lane Har-warSchool Approves in Tacoma, Washington with 19: Clyde Hayes, Paula Hay-monSunday, May members of her family. Connie Ingram, Linda Whether such is a prank of Hew Methods for 8:00 a.m. Stake Presidency, Lou Ingram, Linda Marie Insomeone who wanted to be High Council, Bishoprics, gram, Bonnie Jarret t, Michael funny, or the actions of one Stake and Ward Clerks. District Jarrett, Hal Jones; basBookkeeping wanting an especially nice Instructional meeting with Monna Lee Jones, Clark Kay, ket for the coming Memorial Elder Sill presiding. Barbara Lunt, Mary Morgan, funof formal from The far Its being Day, resignation 10:00 a.m. General session at Gordon Nebeker, Sandra Lee We hope the Nephi City Superintendent Clyde C. Child ny. Stake House with the en- Newberry, Harlo Newton, Lee Police also have been advised was accepted Monday evening tire stake invited to attend. Nez, Robert Nielsen, Steven by Mrs. Davis so that an eye by the Board of' Education of 2:00 p.m. General session at Nyman, Cherry Orme, Carolyn may be kept open on Memorial Juab School District. This will Stake House with entire Ostler, Wayne Pace, Kent be effective as of July 1, 1963, Day for possible offenders. stake invited to attend. Pace, Donna Dell Painter, Direg provided a qualified successor 7:00 p.m. General session at ana Parkin, Jim Park, Grant has been appointed. Mrs. REG says: Rhea Poul-seLeon Stake House. Superintendent Child thankSeminary Pay, Linda Pexton, Powell; Its fine to list traffic ed the Board of Education for with entire graduation Michael Royce, Ilene Sandsafety suggestions, but we its support of the school prostake invited to attend. wives should insist that our ers, Shauna Shepherd, Malin and objectives for the grams Sliepherd, Walter Smith, Scott speeding husbands carry an past six years of his administSparks, Linda Sperry, Marsha ample amount of accident ration. Mr. Child stated that Voting Places Listed insurance . . Sperry, Dennis Steele Lorraine a large majority of his recomLaRue Stephensen, mendations in that period of For Wheat Referendum Steiner, Tnad Stephensen, ADene Tol' time have been accepted and g A ' The 1963 Wheat Marketing now are a functional part of Quota Referendum will be held ley, Dorothy Wankier, Arvile Blaine Whiting. the school policies and pro- Tuesday, May 21. Polls will be J. White, Michael Williams, Russell Will" grams. from 8:00 a.m. until 6:00 open ams, Worthington, Kathy Superintendent Child also p.m. and Jolene thanked the citizens, patrons The following places for Tommy Young and public officials of East Juab County have been desigJuab County for their loyal nated as polling places for the support of the schools. It has referendum: Mr. and Mrs. George How- been most encouraging he deMona City Hall, Mona ard of Salt Lake City visited clared. Juab County ASCS Office, on Tuesday with Estella Mc-13- 1 The Board voted to accept South Main, Nephi, Utah. Pherson. Mrs. Richard Mitch-Leva- n the recommendation to install til and two children of St. City Hall, Levan. completely new Peg Board All eligble fanners in the George also visited at the type accounting system. The are urged to vote in Pherson home on Saturday and new system will give the Sup- the Wheat Referendum. Sunday. erintendent and Board an of all times report at expenditures. The Board also voted to have accounting records' for funds in Hie Juab High School Student Activity budget maintained by Principal M. Clark Newell and Mrs. Arta J. Brough, commerMay 17 Juab High School Canyon day teacher, in accordance with 8 Little Buckaroo Rodeo tor Boys 7 to 14 years Elder Richard Morgan Lamb cial May the budget approved by the of age. Sponsored by Kiwanls Club Board of Education. Testimonial Sunday Slay 16 Ladies Luncheon honoring Girl Graduates Mrs. Leon Howard, Mrs. 18 and 16 Third Round of KO POLIO May Elder To Honor Moroni J. E. Robertson, Mrs. Ernest 9 Juab Stake Conference May Farewell testi- Foote, Mrs. Marvin Anderson Moroni May 19 Juab Stake Seminary Graduation monial honoring Elder Richard and Miss Ireta Carter of the Morgan Lamb will be held on Juab County Board of the May 25 Juab Stake Temple Day Sunday, May 19, at 1:30 pm. Daughters of Utah Pioneers at May 25 Sudweeks-Shurtlif- f Open House at the Moroni Wards chapel. visited the SunBeam camp Elder Lamb has been called Eureka on Thursday. Members 29 Graduation Exercise, Juab nigh School May of the camp and the county ofto the Southern States June 15 Baat Regatta at Mona Reservoir ficers enjoyed a delicious lunch. con-lin- Just one round and one sugar cube are left in Utahs KO POIJO program. If everyone who has taken Ihe first and second round vaccine will turn out for the third round, we've got poliomyelitis licked permanent in Utah reports Dr. Alim P. Macfarlane, state chairman of the campaign. Mias Sandra Cook n, - - 4 4- - .. f f residents are urged to get their third round KO Polio cube Saturday or Sunday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Nephi Elementary Loral Sandra Cook School. Awarded U. P. Scholarship Miss Sandra Cook, daughter and Mrs. Clarence Wil-ke- y of Nephi, has been named Club recipient of a 1962 Union Pacific Scholarship for Juab County, Velyn Stevens, Home Agent, announced this week. The scholarship is worth S200.00 and may be used at a Land-Grainstitution, such as Utah State University or its branches, according to Glenn Club Leader. Baird, State The scholarship grants are given to encourge the recipients to major in fie 's of agriculture and home nornics. Joe W. Jarvis, !upervisor of Livestock and I lculture for Union Pacific, L Omaha, is in charge of the scholarship program. Active in Club work, ot Mr. 4-- H nt 4-- H 4-- H Sandra has carried eight years of project activity, six years of clothing and two years of foods. She participated in the Style Dress Revue in 1961, attended the Older Club Training week in Logan, and has been a club camp officer for several years. She has given talks and demonstrations in groups and community groups, and has directed music in many activities. Sanra has been very active, also, in school and LDS Church activities. She plans to attend the Utah State University next year. Named as alternate in Juab County was Dorothy Ann Wan kier of Levan. Dorothy has been very active in and has an excellent record. Both girls will continue as active members, and as leaders for younger members. 4-- H 4-- H 4-- H to assist families and to speed up the processes at the clinic appears in this We urge you to newspaper. clip and use this coupon. The third round of the program will be for the Type II vaccine. Type I was given on round and Type III the was given in the second round. In both cases more than 80 per cent of the states papulation turned out to give Utah one of he fitnest records in the according to American Medical country for polio immunization, Association authorities. With just one round to go. A coupon r V I-- TYPICAL ACTION at the Little Buckaroo held here Friday and Saturday afternoons. Rodeo to be Kiddies of Area fo Compete For Buckles, Trophies in fii-s- t were hopeful that everyone will follow through to complete their own personal immunization program and also to help their community. Persons who take the Sabin oral polio vaccine cannot be carriers of the disease. On top of that, those who have had Sabin oral vaccine never have to worry about taking booster shots. So far as we know now. the prolection is permanent reports Dr. Macfarlane.. Those who failed to get one 0 both of the previous vaccine doses can take full advantage of the final polio clinic and make up the types they missed later through their private physician. Lions Officials Liffle Buckaroo Rodeo Here Belt buckles and trophies s. en or you may use your own. Remember the Ben Hur winners of the pony Race" calf riding and calf Chariot at the Ute Our miniature the K.wanis-sprnsor-e- d Stampede. Buckaroo Rodeo to Stampede will also have a be held at the Nephi Rodeo chariot race as Tom McPherGrounds Friday and Saturday son has challenged Bill Morgan of this week. Engraved belt to this top specialty act of buckles will be awarded to thrills and chills. each days winners and trophThe Nephi Junior Riding ies to the best of the combined two days in each of the five Club also will perform In categories of competition which drills and races. Other fine are: Bareback ponies, boys 7 specialty arts also will deto 10 years; Bareback ponies, light you. boys, 11 to 14 years; Calf ridYou wont want to miss the ing, boys 7 to 10 years; Calf finale of the Little riding, boys, 11 to 14 years famous and Calf roping, boys 7 to 14. Buckaroo Rodeo. Boys and The Kiwanis Rodeo Commit- gills six years and under partee has announced a big sign- ticipate in the wild horse up of the counties top "Little chase. Watch them try to lasmore so the small Shetland colts and Euekarooe. However, ropers are needed so if you youll leave with laughs and know how to rope and are be- good tween 7 and 14, please sigai The Little Buckaroo Rodeo All equipment is will begin at 5 p.m on Friday up today. furnished by the producer, and 3 p.m. on Saturday at the Bumice Ilunsaker of Tremon-ton- . Juab County Fair rodeo arena. Mr. Hunsaker has the best roping pony youve ever await the bareback, roping at "Little 4-- H To Participate In Schools 4-- H 4-- H d, d, t fc- Kiawnis Club Sees U. N. Demonstration Jack Brough, Deputy District Governor of Region H, Lions Clubs, will preside at a training conference for newly elected Lions officials, to be held Monday at the Royal Inn Motor Hotel in Provo. Mr. Brough also will participate at training conferences to be held at Roosevelt and at Helper. Raymond A. Jackson, past and District Governor of 28-A At the regular Kiwanis Club meeting held on May 8, a group of Juab High school representatives gave a demonstration of the United Nations procedures for the club. Linda Powell, Michael Faxman, Marjorie Jensen and Marsha Sperry acting as ambassadors from various countries, discussed the proposition of the withdrawal of the United States from the United Nations. This group had recently attended the Model United Nations sessions held at the University of Utah as representatives from the Juab High and did a very creditable job in presenting the arguments for and against such a move by this country, to the Kiwanis members. an International Counselor will be the featured speaker at each of the three training conferences. currently Nephi Lions Club newly elected officers will participate in the Provo conference. Services Held Monday For Mrs. Sidwell Funeral services were held Monday at the Third Ward Chapel for Mrs. Catherine Sidwell, 85, who died Thursday of last week at the home of a daughter in Santaquin. Bishop J. Barres Jenkins conducted the services, and interment in the Vine Bluff cemetery was directed by Anderson Funeral Home. Mrs. Sidwell was bom August 22, 1877 at Beckstead, Denmark, a daughter of Peter and Marion Hadsen Jensen. She was married to Oliver Job Sidwell June 30, 1906 at Deep Mr. Sidwell Creek, Nevada. died in 1918. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and has resided with heii daughter for the past five years. Survivors are one daughter and four sons: Mrs. Albert (Rachel) Stickney, Santaquin; Lorin R. Sidwell, Payson; Oliver N. and Arthur C. Sidwell, both of Nephi; 10 grandchild- A representative of the Provo Office of the Social Security will be in Nephi at the County Courthouse, Tuesday, May 21 at 2:00 p.m. to assist any who have questions conSocial Security. ren and 15 cerning n. Miss Janice Ballow Levan Young Lady to Attend Girls State Miss Janice BalLevan low, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Ballow, has been selected to attend the annual Girls State as a representative of the Levan area. Miss Ballow is a junior student at the Juab High School in Nephi. Mc-Coun-ty te &Ct cuac a 0Datef Date May May May May May May May 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 High 69 74 78 57 63 76 78 17-1- 18-1- Date May May May May May May May 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Park and children spent Mothers day in Tooele with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peterson. EIGHT SECOND FEET or thereabout pours from the pipe during a test run Monday morning at the Nephi Irrigation Co. new well Just north of the old flour mill on Ihe rreek bank. Reev G. Richardson and Ray Hall, Irrigation Company officials, watch the pumping teat.