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Urdvursal HlerofUalx Pfcerpont Avinuo Saltt FTTi - ' t Lake city? 4 Sr v I, Single Copy, 10c Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, June tes in Arrested Festival venion Wright Receiving on William Henry King, 20, of to witness this event, and to offset costs involved, a small Dearborn, Michigan is in the admission fee is being charged. Juab County Jail awaiting trial Admission fees will be only on grand larceny and also on High School football field in 50c per individual (12 and over) second degree burglary, following his arrest late last week Nephi, when dancers of five or $2.00 per family. stakes participate In the DistThe over-a- ll direction of the in Chappell, Nebraska. Sheriff Raymond A. Jackson, rict M. I. A. Dance Festival. festival is in charge of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Thomas, who City Chief of Police Jack Dancers will be here from are district dance directors. In Brough and Jack Robinson, Fork, Juab Stake, Mrs. Ruth Daley whose car was found in posSpanish Palmyra, and is dance director, and she is session of King, made the trip Nebo, Santaquln-TfaitiJuab Stakes. being assisted by stake MIA to Nebraska to return the officials, and ward dance di- suspect and stolen automobile The general public is invited rectors. to Nephi. - nual commencement exercises to be held next week. Mr. Jones will receive his degree from the school of business and finance. He has been awarded a scholarship for further studies toward his Masters Degree. Mr. and Mrs. Jones reside ntt he University Village in Salt Lake City. c, Monday at Levan for Time waits for no man yet it manages to get him in the Mrs. Gunderson, 78 end! personnel, who are cooperating Funeral services in every way to make the weer held here Monday for a event successful. Juab School The cost of living Is so. former Levan ersident, Mrs. District officials likewise are high that people have had Caroline Christine Stephensen cooperating to make the affair to turn to thinking secondGunderson, 78, who died last successful. In the event of rain hand materials to build their week of a heart ailment, at a ' Friday evening, arrangements air castles. Salt Lake Hospital. have been made to move the reg Mrs. Gunderson was bom at festival into the Juab High Levan August 15, 1884, daught- School gymnasium, which is Its about time for a new er of George C. and Axelina M. ajacent to the football field. to of confidence games crop the lates one Petersen. She was a member hit our area Church of Jesus Christ weve heard about is the out- of the Saints and had fit that gives the prospective of aLtter-da- y OF customer a fast talk about it leen active in Primary and DAUGHTERS Society. She was marwont cost you a thing we'll Relief ried to John Henry Gunder- PIONEERS AWAIT give you credit for each unit son October 16, 1907 in Levan, we sell from the list you the marriage later was solemnCONVENTION type of sales talk. ized in the Manti Temple. He Only thing wrong is that in died April 9, 1956. some instances, quicker than a The convention of the Survivors are four sons and couple of winks, the contract ore Juab County Daughters of 25 daughter, grandchildren Utah Pioneers which the 'all beliving purwill be held 26 and great grandchildren, chaser has signed is sold to a June 7 at 10 a.m. Friday, a and brother. notificaand finance company, at the Juab Stake House, Burial was in Levan cemettions of payments due arrive. and all members of the orery. Best advice weve heard ganizations several camps It's good to know your merare urged to attend. to better but chandise, its On Saturday, Mrs. Wallace Luncheon will be served at And know your merchants. Park was in Manti to attend noon, according to Mrs. what better merchants could the funeral services for her Leon Howard, County presyou know than your friends and cousin, Charles Stewart Shand. ident. neighbors ln your own home area. reg men are Some just the average run of the mill type with built-i- n publicity agents. reg All too often we human beof George R. Descendants Committee members named ings are prone to keep every last thing from newspapers up Howard met at the Blue Room to plan the reunion for the to used and cast-of- f clothing, of the Nephi City Equipment coming year were: Jack W. we because think that to- building on Saturday, June 1st, Howard, chairman, Mrs. Byron just morrow we may be able to use lor a Howard family reunion. A Howard, Mrs. Theodore How-aand Mrs. Wm. D. Howard In delicious dinner was enjoyed by this item or that item. as committee members. the family. fact, sometimes we resemble in 41 members ofheld The following were present: The tables centerpices nature the pack rat which be Mat T. Howard, Mrs Myrtle of ceramic black Aberdeen-An-gu- s cause of his nature carries cattle, and trophies won Simmons of Whittier, Califorhe can get ahold of inthrough the years by members nia; Mrs. Charlotte Hanson of to his burrow. of the Howard family. Blackfoot, Idaho; ' Mrs. Stephen It was recalled at the reun- Fredrickson and two sons of with Last years toys wheels missing and with a ion that the first car load of Shelly, Idaho; Mr. and Mrs. banged-l- n top, etc etc. eeem Angus cattle to come to Utah Willis Morgan and Mr. and to be a favorite collectors were brought here by the late Mrs. Keith Evans of Goshen; item for the small fry of the George E. Howard from Iowa Mr. and Mrs. James Lund and family, with the hope that in 1914. These registered An- baby of Salt Lake City; Mr. Dad will get around to fixtn gus were purchased by several and Mrs. Earl Howard, Mr. and different cattelmen, including Mrs. Byron Howard and famit one of these days. Mat T. ily; Mr. and Mrs. Theodore George R. Howard, Collection hobbies are well Howard, Williard Ockey, How- Howard and son Tommy; Mr. and good, but the collection of ard Land & Livestock Com- and Mrs. William D Howard Mr. and Mrs. a bunch of completely pany, and Orgill Brothers and and family; Maurice Howard, Mr. and Mrs. useless items is nothing but an others. Carl and invitation for fire. We'll wagFollowing dinner the family Jack W. Howard, er that in many homes of Ne- enjoyed pictures of the family Cliff Howard, Mr. and Mrs. phi area there are piles of members down through the Frank Greenhalgh and Mar newspapers that have been col- years and of the Nine Mile jary, Jimmy and Lisa Greenlected for the Boy Scout pap- Country, where the early cat- halgh, al of Nephi, and Mr. er drives which have fell flat tlemen of Nephi ran their cat- and Mrs. Dean Howard of dri recent months, and papers tle herds. Mills. which are occupying valuable space without being one speck of good for anyone. If youre collecting a patch of papers and magazines to clip items of interest, clip and file those things you want, and then get rid of the garbage. We can collect so cussed many things that they can actually destroy us and our homes if were not careful. reg Nowadays you sure have to take an extra look before you is it in economy or is buy it false economy? reg Levan reg self-ma- Family Reunion Held; Early Events of Cattle Industry Told de d, try to hide their husbands faults and some have to work overtime doing the Job. Dearborn, Michigan for violation of probation, and in Detroit, Michigan on a grand theft charge. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jasper-soof Goshen announce the marriage of their daughter Lois to Duan Lusk, son of Mr. and Paul Lusk of Pocatello, Idaho. The marriage took place at the Manti LDS Temple on Friday. May 31. A wedding breakfast was held at the home of the brides grandmothrer, Mrs. Harold Park in Nephi, on FriThe young day afternoon. couple will make the! home in Salt Lake City. ' " ' HOWARD, great grandson of George E. Howard who brought the first Angus cattle to Utah in 1914 holds his grand champion steer as show oi- Aberdeen annual -- v - - -- - -- Weather Report for Nephi, Levan Areas li - VJ Mrs. Clyde A. Swasey (Sharon Kay Sorenson) NEPHI STATION Marriage Announced Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth O. Sorenson of Arlington, Virginia announce the marriage of their daughter, Sharon Kay, to Clyde A. Swasey, Aviation Machinist Mate, Second Class, U. S. N., and son of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Swasey of Mona. The marriage was solemniz- ed in the Salt Lake Temple of the Church of Jesus Christ of latter-da- y Saints on Wednesday, May 29, with Vem D. Millard officiating. They will make their home in Washington D. C. where will be stationed during the remainder of his enlistment time in the Navy. The new Mrs. SHvasey is a 1961 graduate of the James Madison High School at Vienna, Virginia, and has since been employed in Washington, D. C. Mr. Swasey is a 1960 graduate of Juab High School and enlisted in the U. S. Navy shortly after his graduation. Mr. and Mrs. Swasey have been visiting in Mona this week and will leave for their home in Washington Wednesday. Mr. Swasey Marriage Licenses A marriage license was issued by the Juab County Clerk's office on May 31, to Norman LaVar Anderson of Nephi, son of Mr. and Mrs. LaVar Anderson of Orem, and Uene Park, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. D. Ralph Park of Nephi ? 'i ri a Datef Juab Stake Day at the Manti Temple p.m. District Dance Festival at Juab High Football Field Friday, June 7 D. U. P. County Convention June 10 Deadline for entries for Ute Stampede Queen Contest June 14 Ute Stampede Queen Contest June 15 Nebo Boat Regatta at Mona Reservoir June 22 Juab Stake Day at the Manti Temple June June ' ,f ficlal prepares to place the grand champion ribbon on the steer. Randy Is son of Mr. and Sirs. William D. Howard of Nephi. (See additional article la last issoe). 7 78 tC r : ci - NEW CAMPING FACILITIES In the Pines area in Salt Creek Canyon are cheeked by Commissioners R. Elgin Gardner, left, and Alton S. Gadd, right, with Ranger Merrill Roberts of the Uinta National Forest, Center. This photo shows spur off new rood In area. com- t . , IiANDY the n GCt n attending Sheriff Jackson stated that King also had some 17 cartons Husband of Former of cigarettes in his posession, presumably those taken from Nephi Young Lady to the Nebo Club at Nephi. waived preliminary King hearing when he appeared be- Receive M. D. Degree fore Justice of the Peace John E. Robertson, and will appear Donald T. Reay, native of in the district court on June and husband of Judy Pex-toPrice 17. Reay, is one of the nearly 400 graduates for advanced deanat the ninety-fourt- h grees Graveside Services of the nual commencement University of Utah, scheduled Held Monday for for June 10. Mr. Reay, a sort of Mr. and Mrs. Whittington Mrs. Thomas Reay Jr., of Price, is a candidate for the degree Graveside services were held of doctor of medicine. While a student at the UniMonday at the Vine Bluff cemetery for Mrs. Rosa Mae Whit- versity, Mr. Reay has already tington, 89, former resident of been employed part time perNephi who died last Tuesday forming pathology research. He of natural caueses at Santa recently presented a research paper at a meeting at Atlantic Rosa, California. Copper Mrs. Whittington was bom City, N. J., entitled May 6, 1874, at Lineville, Iowa Deficiency and Artery Disease. to John and Margaret Chees-b- o Following his graduation, he rough Loy. She was mar- will begin his internship at the ried to Elmer OBrien Whit- Salt Lake General Hospital. tington December 6, 1891. He died in 1953. She was a member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. v Surviving are the following . f sons and daughters: Roy Whittington and Mrs. Geneva Peterson, both of Healdsburg, California; Mrs. Grace Whitaker, Santa Rosa, California; Mrs. Alice Hopkins, San Jose, California; Mrs. Ruth Spilman, Kenneth Colorado; Denver, (Pat) Whittington, Idaho Falls Idaho and Lynn Whittington, Also surviving are 22 Nephi. grandchildren and 36 great grandchildren. Burial was directed by An- I Art derson Funeral Home of Nephi. V- Entertains at Event For Granddaughter Mr. and Mrs. F. Dee Wright have been in Logan this week mencement exercises of the Utah State University. Their received son, Melvin Wright, his degree from the Utah State University, majoring in Sheriff Jackson stated that the young man is wanted in no-goo- d, Mrs. REG says: Many wives ,i v "a i Howaid Jones, son of Dr. and Mrs. P. L. Jones of Nephi, will be graduated from the University of Utah in the an- Theft Charges Ten dance numbers and five stage numbers will be featured during the evening. Lighting of the football field ' is under the direction of Nephi City Electric Light Department Wir Degrees University all-chur- Funeral Services Held yxe Howard Jones, Melvin What has been termed a miniature of the dance festival, will be held on Iriday evening at the Juab by the editor 'JT Volume 54, Number 23 6, 1963 Michigan Man Dasaeers Utah I rr? VfilT'Tr Corn. Many Improvements Noted In Nebo Area Keeping pace with the trend to campers and small trailers, many improvements have been made on the Nebo Recreational area of the Uinta National Forest. Improvements in Salt Creek Canyon have been concentrated dn the Pines camping area," well known in this area as the "donkey pasture area, or at the mouth of Me Cune canyon. new units to Twenty-si- x accomodate private camping whether they are groups, in automobile, passenger pickup with camper body, or with trailer units have been constructed. -- The new units consist of spurs which turn out from the camping area road to permit the camping unit to be backed oft of the road,- - new tables and grills. The new Carolyn Sparks Is Honored at U. S. U. Carolyn Sparks, daughter of Mr .and Mrs. Clark Sparks, was recently honored by receiving a Phi Kappa Phi scholarship achievement certificate by the College of Education at Utah State University. This is a certificate of recognition given to those in the top five per cent of the sophomore class, for scholastic achievement. She was one of eight sophomores to receive this recognition. tables are of a stationery type with a new design which permits the user to slide all the way through without being hampered by seat braces. The new table is more durable than those used in past years and will require much less mainten- Nephi Man Receives Commission at ROTC Exercises at B. Y. U. ance. Two Second Lieutenant Neil W. Greenhalgh, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph R. Greenhalgh of Nephi, was commissioned in exercises held by the AFROTC at Brigham Young University ings. The new road system begins Friday, May 31. He received with a new approach from the his commission as a culmination Forest road, with a fill being of four years of training and management made both in the interest of convenience and safety. The with experience in responsible road to the north has been cadet and campus leadership He was graduated extended to give several of positions. the new parking area. The from the College of Physical road to the south has been and Engineering Sciences with extended at the south end and on academic major in mathethrough the "donkey pasture matics. He is being assigned area where additional camping to Electronics Data Processing at Wright-Patterso- n AFB in spots have been built. Ohio. He was commissioned along Much of the road work in improving the area has been with sixteen other graduates. done by Juab County Road Department, which also has widened and maintained Paxman Capf the shoulders of th canyon road in many places. : new sanitary comfort stations have been constructed in the Pines area. These arc of green gem stone to blend with the forest surround- James Completes Training Nephi City's road departFORT RUCKER, Ala. (AHT ment also has cooperated in the building of the new roads. NC) Army Capt. James C. Merrill Roberts, local rang- Paxman, son of Mrs. Clarence er, tsated that the improve- Paxman, Nephi; Utah recently ' ment work has been financed completed a sixweeks pilot through the accelerated public transition course at the Aviaworks program signed into law tion Center, Fort Rucker, Ala. Captain Paxman entered the by President Kennedy 14, 1962, which was Army in November, 1953, and assignment designed to help in the initiat- his last over-sea- s ion of State, local and Federal was in Korea. The officer was works projects that would provide immediate useful work in graduated from Juab High School in 1948 and from Utah labor surplus areas. State University in 1953. The area redevelopment Hospital Patient List of the Department Recently admitted patients of. Commerce is the cooperatat the Juab County Hospital ing agency with the Forest according to th list released Service on National Forest proWednesday by Hospital auth- jects. A new water line into the orities, include the following: Pines camping area, has been C. W. Johnson, Nephi. Pamela Wilkey, daughter of built to give further convenMr. and Mrs. Fred Wilkey, Ne- ience to the general public, and 1000 Ponderosa Pines are in phi. Stellman Greenhalgh, Nephi the area to be planted by crews Earrol Wilkey, son of Mr. during the coming few weeks. and Mrs. Fred Wilkey, Nephi. Private cabins have been reMrs. R. Elgin Gardner, Ne- moved from the immediate area, and other private cabins phi. in the canyon will be removed Dixie Blackburn, Moroni. Clair Ivory, Fountain Green later this year and in subsequent years as the improveEarl Greenhalgh, Nephi Minnie Wahlberg, Mammoth. ment program may be extendKeith Avery, son of Mr. and ed. Mrs Barry Avery, Nephi New Babies . . Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Eal-e- y of Nephi are parents of a son bom May 31 at the Juab County Hospital. Mrs. Ealey is the former Marilyn Ostler of Nephi. Grandpaemts are Mr. and Mrs. Gordon H. Ealey of Vancouver, B. C., Canada, end Mr. and Mrs. Horace P. Ostler of Nephi. is Mrs. Ellen Ann Ealey of Snouden, Saskatchewan, Canada. Great-grandmoth- er Sept-emhb- er Army Recruiter Sets Visit to Nephi Area Sergeant Ronald L Webb of the U. S. Army Recruiting Station of Provo announces that he will be in Nephi on Friday, June 14. During his visit to this city, the recruiter will be available for appointments and If you wish any information. to see the recruiter, he can be contacted at the Post Office between 3:00 p.m. and 3:30 p. m. or you may call him at 0 in Provo (collect) for special appointment or enlistment information and process373-415- Mr. and Mrs. R V. Ord and Mr. and Mrs. Neil Ord of ing. Bountiful, Dr and Mrs. John E. Ord and family of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hodge of F. F. A. Meeting Los Angeles and George V. Ord were Memorial day dinner Scheduled June 12 guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo InA meeting of the Mt. Nebo gram. Chapter of the Future Farmers of America will be held Bishop William R. Jarrett on Wednesday. June 12 at 7:30 and family of Salt Lake City p.m., at the Agriculture room visited at the home of his par- of the High School. All members and prospective ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald R. members are urged to be in J irrett on Friday and attendance. Miss Pamela Cotton Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Cotton announce the engagement of their daughter Pamela, to Mr. Robert Russell, son of Mr. ana Mrs. Paul Russell of Mills. A September wedding is being planned. The two young people are presently employed in Salt Lake City. Nephi News Briefs Mrs. James Lund and baby Allen of Salt Lake City have spent the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mr. Lund also Greenhalgh. visited on Memorial day and they all returned to their home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Park and daughters Debby and Anna Lisa visied in Manti on Memorial day.