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Universal Microfilming Corp 141 Pfccrpont Avenue Saltt Lake cityy Utah Mar t by the editor Most children are descend ed from a long line their mothers once listened to! Single Copy, 10c Action Follows Hittttt Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, October 14, 1965 reg From the recent Issue of Sunny Side of the Street we also found this one: Volume 56, Number 41 . Economy Up, A resourceful missionary fell Into the hands of cannibals. Go ing to eat me, I suppose? said the missionary. Yes replied the chief. Dont do it," advised the you wouldnt like missionary, me. He took out his pocketknlfe, sliced a piece from the calf of his leg, and handed it to the chief. Try it and see for your- Increases In production, trade and personal income have expanded Utahs economy during 1965 and the expansion for the last half of the year is expected to correspond closely to national patterns. This is the report of First Security Banks quarterly News Letter which is being distributed this week, it was announced The chief took one bit, grant- and spat. The missionary remained for fifty years. Ho had a cork leg! ed, -- reg- Have I told you about my grandchildren? No, and I appreciate It! reg SHORTS FROM THE Don A. Royce L. Dwane Tidwell Maurice Tolley ANNOUNCEMENT was made late Wednesday evening following a Democratic City Nominating meeting, that Incumbents Mayor L. Dwane Tidwell, Councilmen Don Royce and Maurice Tolley would be the Democratic Ticket candidates for the city officials. Filings are to be made Thursday or Friday. No announcement has been made by the Republican City Committee concerning selected candidates for the Mayor, two Councilman positions. MAIL BAG The Utah Symphony will present a concert orchest-rt- a at the Sevier Stake Tabernacle on Sunday afternoon, starting at under 2:30. The appearance-ithe joint sponsorship of the Utah Power and Light Co., and the Richfield Rotary Club. No admission charge will be made. Sponsored by the State Training School Association for a parents Retarded Children a bazaar will be organization held Saturday from 2 to 9 p.m. at the Murray National Guard Armory, 5189 South State. The affair will feature booths, fun, games, movies, music and entertainment. Funds raised will be used to improve conditions at the Utah s school at American Fork. Republicans In Juab County will be out tonight to call on . friends - and - neighbors to. gain financial support for the county and state organizations of the Republican Party. Never before according to a letter to the editor from the Republican State Committee, has the party 'olicited funds in this manner, however, the need for public support has been felt. When a party worker calls on you tonight, remember itss a effort to bolster the partys financial structure. One of the nicest books to came to our desk in recent months is Natural Resources of Utah which has just been published by the Department of the Interior. The booklet contains many beautiful photos of the state, and is a fine addition to any home lifrary. Want one? Send 45c to Supt. of Documents, U. S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D. C. and reNatural Resources of quest Utah. reg after were She: Darling, married, I will share all your troubles and sorrows. He: But, Im free from troubles and sorrows. She: I said after were mar. ried! Mrs. Parkin Hostess School Lunch Mrs. John Parkin was hostess to the Beta Literary Club opening social and first meeting of the club year, held on Thursday, October 7. Mrs. Roy E. Gibson, club president, was in charge and welcomed the club members, and expressed appreciation for She also weltheir support. comed two new members into the club: Mrs. Jack Cotton and Mrs. Vem Miner. Melody time was led by Mrs. Bert Powell and club collect was given by Mrs. Sam Hayes. The collect was the recorded Life Eternal. MissMrs. es Claudia Parkin and Jackie Shaw, who had attended Girls State, and they gave their report to the club. They each expressed their appreciation for being an American, and mentioned Our duty is to love our country and to support it and defend its constitution. Mrs. Othel Pay, program outlin-Mott- o chairman, discussed the for the year is know-e- d program for the club year, ledge without practice is like a glass eye all for show and nothing for use. Program theme is service for freedom and growth. A short business discussion was lead by Mrs. Gibson after which refreshments were served to: Mrs. Arnold Brough, Mrs. Jack Brough, Mrs. Bert Powell, Mrs. Ray Boswell, Mrs. Jack Cotton, Mrs. Roy E. Gibson, Mrs. Allen Belliston, Mrs. Harlow Pexton, Mrs. Kenneth Nyman, Mrs. Sam Hayes, Mrs. Vem Miner, Mrs. A V. Jacobsen, Mrs. Clarence L. Wilkey, Mrs. Othel Pay, and Mrs. John " Gibson-introduc- ed admitted patients at the Juab County Hospital include the following, according to the list released Wednesday by Hospital authorities: Allan Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Perry F. Hall, Nephi , Carol Winter, Levan Frank Huggins, Ftn. Green Bruce Hill, Ftn. Green Rhea Bradley, Moroni ' Phyllis Anderson, Nephi Helen Syme, Ftn. Green Recently Veek Noted President Lyndon B. Johnson has proclaimed October 10 to 16 as National School Lunch Week to increase the public understanding and awareness of the significance of the national School Lunch program to the child, to the home, to the farm, to industry, and to the nation. The theme for this year is "School Lunch Serves Child Health." The national school lunch program helps provide wholesome, appetizing lunches to the nations school children These lunches every day. make an important contribution to the good nutrition so vital to both mental and physical growth during a childs formative years. At the same time the program develops markets and increases consumption of farm products, the presidents proclamation points out. You cant teach a hungry child say educators again and again. Thus, the school lunch program is an important phase of the total educational process. Many dedicated school lunch personnel throughout the state and nation will continue to fulfill its function in the educational program. Four Attend Sessions On Lunch Program re PTA CLOSE soon Those who have premium money coming from the Juab County Fair are requeeted to call at the Extension Service office in the basement of the Post Office building. Immediately. Funds not disbursed by November 20 win revert back to the Fair Fund! Monday by Kenneth Nyman, Manager of the Nephi Office of the First Security Bank. According to the News Letter, edited by Dr. ElRoy Nelson, FSB economist, factors con- Honor Levan ' Renews Invitation: Join Now! Magazine, used as a basic text by study-discussi- groups in many communities. In other scheduled articles, parents will be given suggestions on how to prepare for a conference with the teacher, as well as challenging views on IQ tests, ability grouping and student cheating. program. After the dinner, Mr. Parkin Introduced Ralph Menlove, Juab Superintendent of Schools, as the speaker. Dr. P. L Jones also showed a short film depicting the effects of a smile, which was Mr. Menloves subject. It was announced that an inter-du- b meeting with Helper Kiwanis Club will be held in the near future. J cal issues that affect chilissues such as dren today financing public education, educating for a changing ciety, so- helping disadvantaged children, waging the peace and coping with the responsibility of parenthood, including sex education. This undertaking, to be carried action proout in a three-yegram, will tax PTA resources to the utmost, says National PTA President Mrs. Jennelle Moorhead. It is not too much to say that the outcomes of these issues will have fateful consequences for onr nation and ita children. The PTAs official magazine also provides regular services to thoughtful parents: previews of motion pictures graded for children, adolescents and adults; reviews of television programs along with names of their sponsors; regular reports on whats happening in education and news of medical developments that affect childrens health. This messenger (shes Celia Richman, a first grader at Ray school in All Is information that will be Chicago) has an invitation for the nation: Join the PTA and help used by PTAs as they program the other 49,999,999 or so children in American schools this year. their current attack on critical on that palachia program of early 19C5, welfare in home, school, church issues. Other matters calendar are action equalizing five and in PTAs when, months, community. educational opportunity; clarifythroughout the country collected While children In school are ing the responsibilities for more than 1,100,000 children's decision-makinexbooks and sent them, in bookcase the focus of all PTA activity, educational comand Parthe National of strengthening tending Congress to hundreds of barren, the boxes, schools in the ents and Teachers works equally munity services; one-- and hard to keep parents and teachAppalachian mountains. Combating moral, spiritual, ers learning, too, about children. This was a special project," and civic apathy; eliminating A sample of the PTAs effecChildrens complaints about certain health and safety haztiveness in action specifically, Mrs. Moorhead recalls, and our action to help disadvantaged routine programs can be equally school will get an airing in a ards and safeguarding individchildren was ita Books for Ap- - effective in advancing children's forthcoming issue of The PTA ual rights and liberties. ar g; g, two-roo- m City officials and others have highly praised the work of Bryce Gardner, equipment operator at the scene of the cave In Friday. Fully realizing all possibilities of use of the back-hoBryce operated the equipment to remove a great amount of dirt from the cave In. His prompt and efficient action has been credited with the saving of Ladd the life of his White, although the valuable assistance of others at the scene has been acknowledged. e, Testimonial to d, Becky Williams, Nephi Ladd White, Nephi Garner Jensen, Ftn. Green Gene Hailing, Nephi Sharon Kay, Nephi Martin Nordstrom, Colonial Value of Smile Told to Manor, Nephi Celia Briggs, Nephi Kiwanis Members Regina Wilcock, Roche, Nev. Mary Pearl Holman, Colonial At the iKwanis Club meeting Manor, Nephi held at Mickelson Cafe on October 6, Albert C. Starr conducted the meeting and John H. TO BOOKS FAIR Parkin was in charge of the FRAISE HIGH FOR CITY EUFLOYEE tributing most to the upward Elder Terry L. Christensen movement during the year are Increased mineral production and processing, and the current expansion at Hill Air Force Base. Other plus factors include the absence of crippling strikes through the first nine months and the recent settlement of labor problems in the Club Previews Year's steel industry. The News Letter points out Program Features that this years economic situation is in direct contrast to The Lad.es Literary Club 1964 Farewell testimonial honorwhen the economy was adheld their first meeting of the to the missile industry ing Elder Terry L. Christensen justing new season :it the home of Mrs. will be held Sunday evening in cutbacks in the state. Leo Christensen on Thursday, connection with the Levan Ward October 7. Mrs. Jack Berwick, Sacrament meeting, according president of the club, was in to an announcement this week charge, and Ltany was read by Jaycees Invite Public by Bishop Golden R. Mangelson. Mrs. Frank Greenaigh. Mrs. The meeting will begin at 7 p. John E. Robertson, club secre- To Dance Saturday m. at the Levan Ward chapel. tary read a letter from Mrs. Elder Christensen has acceptThe Nephi Junior Chamber ed a call to serve in the Florida Joseph Bedson of New Jersey, a former member of the club. will sponsor their annual Deer Mission of the Church of Jesus Mrs. J. L. Belliston, parlia- Hunters Dance at the Armory Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. He mentarian, read the constitu- Hall on Saturday, October 16, will enter the mission home in tion and some changes to be starting at 9 p.m. Salt Lake City on October 25. The general public is invited made were discussed by the Elder Christensen, a son of to members. attend. Mr. and Mrs. G. Lyman ChrisPresident Berwick welcomed tensen, is a graduate of the the members to a new year of Juab High School and Juab LDS thankS and expressed activity Wood Free Seminary, and has attended the for members support at the fireplace Young University at Brigham fall luncheon and other activ- At Provo for one year. Area Log Canyon ities. She introduced Mrs. WillSpeakers at the services will iam Bailey, program chairman Ranger Harold Laird an- be Bishop Mangelson, and J. nounced for the year, who stated that today that free fire- Clair Collard, former bishop of All the worlds a stage and place wood is available in Log the Levan Ward. Remarks will our program sets the stage for Canyon, five miles northwest be given by Mr. and Mrs. Chrisour club work. Mrs. Bailey ex- of Fountain Green. This wood tensen and response will be by pressed the hope that the clubs can be gathered from piles along Elder Christensen. Prayers will last program of the year would the road right of way. be given by Bryce Christensen be as delightful and well atAnyone desiring .this wood and Christensen, brothshould obtain a Free Use Per- ers ofLloyd tended as the first program. the missionary. Refreshments were served mit at the Nephi Ranger DistA special musical selection, by the program committee: Mrs. rict office, 740 South Main, Ne- a vocal solo Ye Who Are CallWilliam Bailey, Mrs. Wilford phi. ed to Labor will be given by Bailey, Mrs. James H. Eagar, Mangelson, accompanied Jerry Mrs. A. H. Latimer, Miss Mabel by Fern Wankier. Prelude and Sperry and Mrs. Jack Berwick. Hold Opening Meet postlude music will be by Fern Other members present were The Nautilus Club held its Wankier and Kathleen Wankier, Mrs. T. H. Burton Mrs. Ralph and the Levan Ward choir will Belliston, Mrs. Marvin Ander- opening meeting of the 1965-6- 6 season at the home of Mrs. Jan- sing the sacrament and closing son, Mrs. James R. Stanley, hymns. Mrs. Jack Wright, Mrs. Fran ice Stephenson on Thursday. Mrs. Mrs. W. W. Marilyn Park, Steppresident, Saturday Social To Honor Greenhalgh, henson, Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mrs. took charge of the meeting. The Elder Christensen John Robertson, Mrs. James H. years program was previewed Under sponsorship of the LeStephens, Mrs. J. L. Belliston, and assignments were made. Delicious refreshments were van Elders Quorum, a social in Mrs. Lester B. Belliston, Mrs. B. McCollum and the hostess, served to the following mem- honor of Elder Terry L. Chris-se-n bers: Mrs. LuAnn Osborne, Mrs. will be held at the Levan Mrs. Leo Christensen. Marilyn Park, Mrs. Karen Kay, Ward Recreational Hall SaturMrs. Doris Anderson, Mrs. Sue day, October 16, starting at Marriage licenses have been Harmon, Mrs. Phylli3 Ingram, 7:30 p.m. issued by the Juab County Mrs. Shirley Foote, Mrs. MarThe general public is invited Clerk to John Michael Bozzato garet Hill, Mrs. Ranae Peter- to attend and enjoy the proof Waterbury, Connecticut and son, Mrs. Nadine Blackett, Mre. and refreshments. Dongram Lorraine Neztsosie of Nephi; Betty Boswell, Mrs. Linda Whit- ations tp the Quorums missionand, to Louis Creig Tidwell and tington, Mrs. Vonda Bowles, ary fund will be accepted, acGail Ann Higginson, both of Mr. Aria McPherson and the cording to Heber Taylor, hostess Mrs. Janice Stephenson. Nephi. Mrs. Gladys Brown, Mrs. Olive Cowan, Mrs. Zella Sutherland and Mrs. Nellie Stephensen attended the School Food Services sessions o fthe U. E. A. convention last week. Speakers at the conference Parkin. were Ben E. Lewis, vice president of Brigham Young University, Dr. Cecil M. Shaw, Club Opens Wyoming State Superintendent of Public Instruction. Both of Fall Meeting Schedule the speakers were very interesting and their subjects were very informative. held its Club The 1965-6- 6 opening meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. J. W. Brough on Wednesday, October 6. Mrs. Brough, president of the club, greeted the members and each member told As 50,000,000 American of their summer activities. The children move forward in years program was previewed and accepted. Light refreshthe current school year, ments were served, to Mrs. J. their parents and teachers Beck-steaE. Andrews, Mrs. F. H. will receive an invitation, isMrs. Frank Mrs. Brough, to sued the nation, to join L. Gadd, Ed. P. Cox, Mrs. Fred the PTA. Mrs. F. A. Heppler, Mrs. A. K. Mrs. Morgan Lunt, Johnson, The National Congress of Mrs. E. C. Sherwood, Mrs. Ernand Teachers now Parents estine Vest, Mrs. Carl Wilkey, has under way its annual Mrs. Neldon Worthington, Mrs. Dee Wright and the hostess, membership enrollment, Mrs. Brough. aiming to add new members as it tackles 11 critiLit-a-Lu- life-savi- Elder Sunday At Beta Club Meeting Lit-a-Lu- re pHOSPITAllNEW$ which Ladd White was buried for several minutes. Heroic efforts by city em ployees at the scene and by others who manned shovels in the successful effort, plus the Immediate use of the Letter States self he urged. An additional step to assure j safety of Nephi City employees during sewer line construction has been taken this week, according to a statement made on Monday by Donald A. Royce, city councilman in charge of the sewer department. Authorization for construction of a sheet steel "cage came at a special meeting Monday morning. following the cave In on First North Street near Sixth East Street Friday morning, In Cave-i- n Nephi City resusicator as soon as the man's head and face were are credited with uncovered, saving his life. Mr. White was released from the Juab County Hospital Monday, and apparently has suffered no permanent 111 effects from being buried alive for sev-er- al minutes reports of which range to as high as 20 minutes. Crews have been Instructed on sewer line construction projects in the past, according to Councilman Royce and Mayor L. Dwane Tidwell, that trenches should be d at the top to remove sufficient cave ins were less weighttothat oclikely cur, or that shoring material should be used to protect those working in the trench from possible cave Ins as occurred Friday, and as have occurred several times previously. V-e- Shoring material planks and Jacks were at the area but had not been used, according to Mr. Royce. Neither had a sufficient V been cut to remove the heavy earth at the top of the trench. Thus, lack of support at the sides of the trench, the structure of the earthplus (gravat the point of collapse, ely) and added moisture because of a near Irrigation ditch, combined to cause the cave in. City authorities feel that either the use of the shoring material or the wide of the trench at the top, would have made it safe for the employees. Construction of a sheet steel cage which can be placed In V-I- Two Nephi Young Men Attending llattoal Meet the trench to protect the work- Two young men from the men was ordered by the Council Mti Neboi Chapter of the Fut- Monday morning. The cage ure Farmers of America are at- will be so constructed that it tending the National FFA con- can be drawn along the sewer vention being held this week at trench as the lines are being Kansas City. lad, and even though a cave-i- n Participating In the event as might occur, workmen will be members of the protected. Utah group are Greg Stuart, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. Kay City officials have pointed . Stuart, and Joel Winn, son of out that safety equipment Mr. and Mrs. Devon Winn. provided and not used gives , no more protection Wmui safeThe boys left Monday mornty equipment not furnished! ing, and among the many convention affairs they will attend City employees are furnished ' is the American Royal Live- proper safety equipment for stock Show to be held at Kanevery department. sas City. The boys will return Mr. and Mrs. Ivot White, parhome Saturday evening. ents of the young man trapped in the trench, have asked The Times - News to extend their DUP Fort Wall Camp, thanks to each individual who assisted in any way in saving Home Paxman Meets their sons life. Many individThe Fort Wall Camp of the uals were at the scene assist- -' Daughters of Utah Pioneers ing, and the help of each is sinmet on October 8 at the home cerely appreciated. City officials also have exof Mrs. Mildred C. Paxman. thanks for the help of First vice captain Mary Scott pressed conducte dthe meeting. The his- till who assisted In saving the mans life. Many rutory of Samuel Iinton Sr. was young mors have been circulated, as given by his granddaughter, Lua is The lesson on always the case following L. Stephenson. such an accident, concerning was west of the forts pioneer use, non use, non providing, etc. given by Martha C. Eagar. A financial report of the of safety equipment City ofcamp was given by Treasurer ficials have provided safety Elizabeth Black, and Historian equipment for all departments, Zella Cazier reported that 113 and shall continue to do so in histories were now in the files the future. of the organization. A "Book of Plneeer Heritage was presented to past captain Bessie NielMrs. Greehalgh Is son as a token of appreciation. PaxHostesses were Mildred at Club Meeting Hostess man, Ellen O. Jarrett and Bessie Nielson. After adjournment the 24 members who were presBooklore Club members met ent visited the Juab County D. at the home of Mrs. Roy GreenU. P. Pioneeer Relic Home at on October 7 for the halgh South. First and First East first meeting of the new season. Mrs. Greenhalgh, club president, greeted the members and conducted a brief business Nephi Local, session. Mrs. Alton S. Gadd reviewed the book The Snake Has All Social News Mr. and Mrs. James N. Fran-coand children Roger, Denise and Christine of Gunnison, Colorado are visiting a few days in Payson and Nephi. They m the Lines by Jean Kerr. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Ralph E. Chase, Mrs. Al- ma C. Jones, Mrs. R. Roscoe Garrett, Mrs. Milton Boswell, Mrs. Joe Garrett, Mrs. Lorin J. Christensen, Mrs. DeLos Garrett, Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. were overnight guests at the Theo Westring, Mrs. Alton S. home of Mr. and Mrs. James W. Gadd and the hostess, Mrs. Roy Fran-coMrs. of Mathews, parents Greenhalgh. Mrs. Burnell Gowers has been visiting in Fullerton, California with her son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Richardson and family. Mrs. Gowers returned to Salt Lake City by jet plane on Sunday, and she was met at the airport by her husband, and son and daughter in law, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Gowers. Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Gowers visited at the home of their son and daughter in law on Sunday before returning home. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Anderson visited a part of last week with their son in law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ferry J. Ostler and family in Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Ander-Bo- n entertained the Anderson family on Tuesday at their home. Those present were his mother, Mrs. Chive D. Anderson and the following: Mr. and Mrs. Chester Anderson of Modesto, California, Mrs. Verda Cloward, Mr. and Mrs. Bernell Gowers of Nephi. Mrs. Wilkey Hostess to Club Opening Meet The Ladies Literary League opened their club year Thursday, Octoiber 7, with a meeting at the home of Mrs. G. EuClub President gene Kilkey. Euna Cooper was in charge of the meeting and year books were given to each member. Club business and activities were outlnied for the coming year. Refreshments were served by the hostess to the following members: Mrs. Stella Boswell, Mrs. Euna Cooper, Mrs. Gibson Cowan, Mrs. H. L Grace, Mrs. Mrs. Joseph R. Greenhalgh, Velma Hansen, Mrs. Clinton Kirgan, Mrs. Ooquella McPherson, Mrs. Eugene Lunt, Mrs. Mar Orme, Mrs. Fred Painter, Mrs. Reese Painter, Mrs. Raymond Pay, Mrs. Ada Sperry, Miss Rheta Sperry, Mrs. R. H. Stuart, Mrs. Rex Tolley, Mrs. Elmo Wilson and the hostess, Mrs. G. Eugene Wilkey.