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' I Neplii, Juab County, Utah 84648 Elje SALE First quality Glasslined Fast Recovery , electric water heaters. District Board Revising Plans Club officers and leaders met Monday for a twodub fold purpose to elect camp officers and to receive trainiing in their new jobs as ning an interesting program III officers. for the ooming season. Officers elected are as follows: PresNew dub camp officers ident, Kim Hall; vice presid- elected were: Mayor. Gary ent, Larry Pay; secretary, Jones; Dorothy Brent Worwood; reporter, Dav- Wankier; Mayorette, Chief of Police, Michid L. Carter. This group calls ael Pay; song leader, Lou Ann themselves Rulons Crazy Jones; campfire program chairForesters. Reporter, David man, JuiLee Nyman; recreation Carter. chairman, Evelyn Nielsen; clean camp chairman, Emily Sue Sperry; camp editor, DiLast Wednesday evening, ane handicraft chairMay 13, the Junior Riding (Hub man, Ludlow; Lorraine Stediner special held their first meeting for and this dub year ait the County activities, John Cowan; Richard Linton medic, camp e Twenty-fivAgents office. These officers will plan and members were present to discuss plans for the ooming direct all activities for the 4H club camp this summer as well year. The topics discussed as other activities during were the purchasing of ridiing club shirts and plans tor a local the year. horse show. Lynn Esplin, Juab Following the elections the County agent, impressed upon the members the importance of 4H dub members were dividrecords and how ed into groups for special keeping 4-we will benefit from it. training. Superintendent Ralph Airs. Dona Jones talked to iMenlove talked to the presidthe group about rules which ents and vice presidents; Geordub members should follow, gia Canter talked to the secespecially in refraining from retaries and treasurers; Lynn use of profain language; re- Esplin discussed the job of the spect for the dub leaders and reporter; Rosalee Wilkey met other people; and care for the with the song leaders and recMembers felt that reational chairmen, and Mrs. horses. their dub will be the best in Velyn Stevens met with the leaders. Utah. A Forestry Club was or ganized this past week with Kulon Wilkey as leader. Reed Hall and John Cowan are assistant leaders. They are plan4-- H i sizes at All CARTON PLUMBING & HEATING Nephi, Utah 347 North Main 4-- H 4-- H '4 & When completed, one room or your whole house ELICTMILV! CXVt, i, . c Air Condition One Room ' Install Anywhere. An electric air conditioner can be installed anywhere you need it bedroom, living room, kitchen, or any other room. Don Much Mon Than Cool. An electric room air conditiuner not only replaces stale air with mint-coair, but filters out dust, soot, and even pollen, too. ol 9 f s s - t Air Condition Your Entire House Costs Leu to Install. An electric air conditioning system generally costs much less because an electric system is smaller, lighter in weight, easier to handle, and requires less space. Also an electric system requires no flue or exhaust system. Prices have been declining until now you can install a whole-hous- e electrical air conditioning system for a typical home for less than half the price of a compact car. . Lou Ann Jones was elected president of the dub for the current year. Other officers named include Clyde Carter, vice president; Rulon Wilkey, secretary; Gary B. Jones, reporter and Marlow Blackett, activity manager. Last Friday the Junior Riding Club members participated in the Stock shew, and on Friday and Saturday evenings the club rodeo in the grand entry at the Little Buckaroo Rodeo. The dub has many new members this year, and two fine leaders:, Mrs. Dona Jones Reand Robert Worwood. porter, Gary B. Jones. The Dairy and Beef Clubs have been combined and the first meeting was held on May 15 at the fair grounds. Nine members were present and County Agent Lynn EsJack-so- n plin and leader Russell were in charge. Last Howyears president, Randy elect-sins ard took charge of the for the year. New president is Mark Jones with Blake Garrett as vice president; Kent Jackson secretary and Gary B. Jones, reporter. Leaders are Russell Jackson and Ronald Jones. The next meeting will be held June 2, and at that time the group will decide on a name for the dub. Reporter, Gary B. Janes. 4-- H Air Condition O no Room or Your Entlro Houso Electrically Tfio Provon Way I O UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO. Now that school is nearly over for this year H dub activities will begin. Hie new camp officers will start 4-- 4-- H activities under planning Adthe supervision of the visory council and the Exten4-- H PS .:vV Z N 'W Sun, sea and sub combine to create an eerie study of man and nature near Groton, Com., as the d craft surfaced after 60 days. (SUB)NATURAL May 21. 4-- H Jan Pickering, president; Janet Greenwood, vice president; Jeanette Blackett, secretary; Warner, treasurer; Becky Pay, game leader; Barbara Jackson, song leader and Julie Pickering, reporter. "The meeting was held at the home of Sheryl Linton. Leaders are Sheryl linton, Sandra Jackson and Angela Brough. Reporter, Julie Pickering; Kimberlee BOWl 92 00 Terms as low as 22.93 per month. VALLEY BUILDERS 210 West Center Nephi, Utah ZJ IFr A daughter was bom May 18 Lady Lions Club Meeting Held at Home of Mrs. Wright at the home of Mrs. Dee Wright on Thursday evening, May 14 with Mrs. Wright and Mrs. Richard Bean as host' esses. Mrs. Glade Sanders, to Mr. and Mrs. Evan W. Anderson of Nephi. Grandparents are Mrs. Arvilla Anderson of Fountain Green and Mr. and Mrs. James W. Leafty of NeGreat grandparents are phi. Mrs. George Leafty of Falls City, Nebraska and Mrs. David Smith of Salem, Nebraska. Comedy Corner Club president conducted the meeting. Minutes for the year were read by Mrs. Eldon Sherwood, club secretary. An enjoyable program was presented by members of the Juab High School speech class, Illi PENS CILS TIMEX WATCHES ELECTRIC SHAVERS COSMETICS BOXED CANDY after which delicious refresh- 16 club GRADUATION CARDS Attending were Mrs. Richard Bean, Mrs. Rulon Broadhead, Mrs. Vem Davis, Mrs. Loren Garrett, Mrs. Nelcton Hanson, Mrs. F. A. Heppler, Mrs. Morgan Lunt, Mrs. Lynn Parkin, Mrs. John Robertson, Mrs. E. Sherwood, Mirs. Glade Sanders, Mrs. James R. Wellbaum, Mrs. Ivol White, Mrs. Merle White, Mrs. Dee Wright and Mrs. Dean Winn. T dont like daylight savings' time! ITS TRADE Tf TRAVEL TIME AT YOUR CHEVROLET DEALER'S WHERE YOU SEE THE Five different lines of cars w forty-fiv-e different models to choose from. Come early and trade great! i Now that springs in full swing, youll find new Chevrolets perfect for picking. Luxury First, theres the big Chevrolet. Sumptuous and soft riding. Over 700 sound stoppers throughout the car to blot out noise. Interiors luxuriously done up in the newest and softest vinyls. Trade what you're driving for one of these, and you wont want to trade seats with anybody else on the road. , Spirit Next, Chevelle. The beautifully size car that combines small car handling oomph with big car comfort. Eleven different models that you can equip with just about any extra-cooption you can imagine. No place to go this summer? Get a new Chevelle youll think of something. Economy Chevy II the car that takes to inexpensive vacations naturally. It just goes and goes, and where it stops nobody knows. Eight models to pick from, including wagons with enough room to swallow up an eight-foChristmas tree. (Plan ahead, we always say.) Fun Then theres Corvair. The fun one with the engine in the rear for unbelievable traction. Spring mud, summer sand, winter snow nothing stops it. Corvette. The enthusiasts car. Sting Bay Sport Coupe and Convertible. Still Americas only true sports cars. They do for your driving what holidays do for kids. ; Performance And with any new Chevrolet you choose, you can pick from a wide range of standard or extra-cohigh performance . engines. Either way, whether youve got some place special to go RIANGLE 4F First Annual SQ.--655.- at the Juab County Hospital ments were served to 4-- H other colors available AVERAGE HOME-- -' New Babies . . . members. On May 6, the Super 7 meetClub had their first ing. Officers elected included - White, Green. Beige and Redwood atom-powere- The Nephi Lady Lions met The Baking Beetles met on May 2 and elected officers for this year. Sandra BeUiston was elected president; Anna vice president; Rae Kendall, Emily Nebeker, secretary and treasurer and Laura Jenkins, reporter. Leadens of the dub fire Terry Lowther and Maureen Dooherty, with Mrs. Helen Lovther a ssupervisor. The clubs next meeting will be on It is of interest to note that years ago this month, the first board of supervisors began work on the original program and work plan. The minutes of the May, 1952 meeting listed Wilford Bailey as chairH. R. Franoom, vice man; chairman, J. E. Worthington, secretary with Osborn Young and Joseph Orgill as members. Two of the original board are no longer here, buit the work they started has done a lot to help the farmers and ranchers in Juab County. 22 4-- H sion Service. Colors District H COMBITIOH SIDING -- with backer ooard Mr. Wan- kier said, the program and woi k plan will be an inventory of the resources of the District, a listing of the problems en countered in using these resources, and a plan for the wise use, protection and improvement of each acre of land in the Juab Soil Conservation 4-- H fijR Jet-smoo- AMF AUTOMATIC HNSPOTTCRS st - A.B.C. SANCTIONED , , LADIES AND MEN'S HANDICAP SINGLES AND DOUBLES " RULES f E ot A CLOSING DATE MAY 24. 1964 THREE (3) GAMES ON SAME PAIR OF LANES HANDICAP BASED ON 23 OF 200 FOR MEN . HANDICAP BASED ON 23 OF 190 FOR WOMEN USE HIGHEST AVERAGE AS OF APRIL I, 1964, 21 GAMES OR MORE, 175 AVERAGE AND WOMEN 165. FULL-TIM- IF NO AVERAGE MEN WILL USE EMPLOYEES OF RAYS LANES ARE NOT ELIGIBLE ENTRY FEE BOWLING SCORE $1.35 IS KEEPER ALL EVENTS: st $1.00 MUST BE PAID BEFORE YOU BOWL FIRST GAME ENTRY 1.00 PRIZE MONEY $2.50 FEE this summer or not, when you trade for one of Che- co::us awards 2 STEAK DINNERS AT RAYS CAFE HIGH SCRATCH 2 STEAK DINNERS AT RAY'S CAFE m:is SERIES v SATURDAY, MAY 23 6 p.m. 6 pm SUNDAY, MAY 24 6 FRIDAY, MAY 22 Puis: mo::ey RETURNED 1C3 f vrolets five HIGH SCRATCH GAME pjn. great high- way performers youll travel I 8 p.rru . Six WEPCO ALUMINUM The board of supervisors of the Juab Soil Conservation District are in the process of revising their program and work plan, Arvil Wankier, board chairman, said today At a meeting held this week, the board worked on the first two sections of the plan and discussed material submitted by the Fillmore office of the Bureau of Land Management. 4-- H Special discounts for this spring Sale. Paqt Soil Conservation A WATER HEATER May 21, 1964 Thursday, (Eimca-ftcUt- G Try PrtT IIICHWAY PERFORMERS-105- 1" n 8hown P to bottom: Corvette Sting Ray, Corvair Monza Spyder, Chevy Nova Super Sport Coupe, Chevelle Malibu Super Sport, Chevrolet Impala Super Sport. 8 p.nu 8 pjw. CASH AWARD OF AT LEAST ONE FOR EACH 10 ENTRIES 41-11- GREENWOOD SERVICE 740 North Main Street Nephi, Utah Phone 23-18- 51 14 '