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''lit Like Underway at County Positions Canyon Area l our additional filing tieon made during (he Ranger Harold E. laurd atat ed that Improvement now going at eRar work Canyon tCamp Dadandson) amt that the work la progressing aatlaf act only. ThU work la the first phase of a new project to be completed at this camp for Juab County office have pat week, all on the Democ- ground. Barriers, parking apura, an new road locations will be con stmeted within the next two weeka. After const met Ion work on the roads has been com pleted they will then be grav eled, and in the future will be oiled. The next phase of the project will take place shortly af ter July 1. At that time ad ditional tables, grills, new stov es and a sprinkling system will be installed. This will facilitate more groups and a larger number of people at the Bear Canyon site. Ranger Laird stated, that during the construction period the campground will be quite badly tom up. Any groups desiring to use this area should Temple Recommends President members Third Quorum of Elders Levan Lions Schedules'Lecfure For Saturday Evening Select Hoyt of Little League teams are asked to be at the Canyon View Park Saturday at 5 p.m. to help get the fields In shape for the opening of play. Frank Pew, representative of the Little League, states that the Southern Utah Peace Officers have recently made a valued contribution to the Little Leagues in Nephi. Sixteen baseball bats and 32 baseballs have been contributed by this elected of Newly president New President the Levan Lions Club Is Kenneth Hoyt, postmaster of Levan. He will succeed Ralph Jackman. Other new officers to be Installed in July willl be Clark S. Wood and Dean Howard; vice presidents; Clarence Paystrup, lion tamer and Ralph Jackman, tail twister. John D. Shepherd, veteran secretary of the club, will continue in this office. Directors will be J. O. Taylor, Golden Mangelson, Merlin Marriage License A marriage license was issuto Lynn Grant Barnes, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ned H. Barnes of Nephi and Sue Ingram, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don W. Ingram of Nephi on Apnl 27, 1966, b the Juab County Clerk. ed A member of the Stake Presidency will be at the Stake Office (north entrance to the Stake House) on Thursdiy, May 5 frmn 7 to 9 p.m on Sunday. Mav 8 from 2 to 4 p.m., and on Thursday, May 12 from 7 to 9 p m. for the convenience of those holding the new recommend. which will need Stake Presidency endorsement. A member of the presidency will be In the Levan Ward on Sunday evening, May 8, and will remain ns long as necessary after Sacrament meeting to endorse recommends. A date to be at the Mona Ward will be set this week end and announced in the Mona Ward Sacrament meeting Sunday evening. This action is being taken fo convenience of the members of the stake, as well as for the covenience of members of the presidency. Those going to the Temple for the first time, andor for marriages and sealings, should call Roy E. Gibson, a counselor in the Presidency, for an appointment for interview. Such appointments are to be made for the Thursday evening prior to the Third Sunday of the month with President Garrett. Bishops of the stake have been so advised for some time past. pital where they enjoyed ture on why the hospital was Ibuilt and then enjoyed a tour of the hospital. After leaving the hospital they went to the Temple grounds where they en- joyed box lunches. Following lunch, they went to the Wax Museum, where historical, life-siz- e figures Impressed each of them. They then returned to the Temple grounds for a tour with an LDS missionary. The following went on the tour: Fay Greenhalgh, Marjorie Ruth Howard, Greenhalgh, Christensen, Phyllis Phyllis Beard, Elizabeth Black, Ella Fay Beard, Norma Jenkins, of the Primary staff, and the following children: Kim Belliston, Lori Howard, Peggy Bo, swell, Donna Greenhalgh, Judy Beard, Kathy Stephensen, Julie Anderson, Julie Bean, LaRee Anderson, Becky Greenhalgh, Sarah Belliston, Carla Memmott, Denise Watson, Gail Belliston, Janet Hill, SMrlene Kendall, Karen Greenhalgh, Jill Memmott, Beverly Wilson, Patricia Tidwell, and Anna Lee Olpin. 4-- H 4-- H d, 4-- -- 4-- H 4-- . Trip to Hawaii Miss Jeannine Postlewato MIA Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Wilkie H. Postlewate of Hot Springs, Arkansas announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Phyllis Jean-nin- e (Jeanne) to Myron D. Shepherd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Heber G. Shepherd of Levan, Utah. Both are students at the Brigham Young University. Mr. Shepherd served an LDS mission in the Central Atlantic Dance Scheduled Saturday Evening At Juab Stake House Juab Stake MIA will sponsor a dance at the Juab Stake House on Saturday, May 7, at 8 p.m. The MIA officials Invite all to attend. It is suggested that those atclothes tending wear "dress-u- p ties for boys. Refreshments will be served. If this dance is successful, States. others will be held on a regThe couple plan to exchange ular basis. vows in LDS Temple ceremonies at the Manti Temple on June 24. They will be honored at a reception the same evening at the Boat Club Head Calls Levan Ward recreation hall. They plan to make their home Membership Meeting at Henderson, Nevada. Jack Cotton, Commodore of the Nebo Boat Club, has called a meeting of the organization for Monday, May 9 at 7:30 p.m. at Rays Cafe. y Z' " -- w vJ 'b are Steven Brough and Ronald Dailey. Other nt Identified, are trophy winners. Times-Ne- 13 Senses Friday New Head of For Nephi Nephi Jaycees Young Mother Nii.in Pickering was installed as president of the Nephi Junior Chandler of Commerce Ht installation iviemomos held Saturday evening, April 30 at Rays Cafe Mr. Pickering succeed Del-MHewlett, who has served for the past year, and who now becomes state director from the Nephi organization. Other newly installed officers include DvMar Gadd, first vice president; Joe Allen, second vice president; James H Pexton, secretary and treasurer, Robert Day. Don Jones and Hal Lidiliard directors. Four new members were also installed at the Saturday night meeting. j v-- Elder I,.vnn R. Greenhalgh First Ward to Honor Elder Sunday Night DUP Head to Speak at Juab Meet Saturday President Kate the Central B. Carter of Company of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers will be the featured speaker at the annual convention of the Juab County Daughters of the Funeral service. will be conduct I Friday at 1 p m. at the N ilu Fourth Wald Chape) for Mi Phyllis Ragh-Hill 36, 'c of Khvood R. Hall. Mrs. Hall tiled Tuesday morning nt the family residence. Friend mav c ill Thursday evening from 7 to 9 p m. at the Anderson Fam-ra- l Home at Nephi. and Friday from 11 am. until time of services at the Fourth Ward chapel. Mrs. Hall was born July 18, 1929 at Moroni, a daughter of Royal and Baiyn Ann Anderson Bagley. She was educated in Moroni school. and graduated from the LDS Seminary. She was married to El wood Reid Hail June 4. 1914 at the LDS Manti Temple She has been active in Relief Society and Primary work In the Nephi Fourth Ward, and also has been active in the Parent-Teachorganization. Survivors are her husband, Elwood R. Hall of Nephi; a son and two daughters: Reid Hall, Linda Hall and Beverly Hall, all of Nephi. Also surviving are her mother,, Mary Ann Bagley of Payson; two brothers and two sisters: Heber C. Bagley of Payson; Dr. Royal Bagley of Moroni, Mrs. Marion Peterson of Salt Lake City and Mrs. Loeta Allred of Sandy. Burial at the Vine Bluff cemetery will be directed by Anderson Funeral Home. Bishop Vinton G. Steiner of the Nephi First Ward, has announced that farewell testimonial services honoring Elder Lynn Richard Gieenhalgh will be nection with the First Ward held Sunday evening in meeting starting at 7 pm. Elder Greenhalgh. son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Read Greenhalgh, has accepted a call to serve in the Central British Mission, and will enter the mission home on May 16. Speakers at the services on Sunday evening will Include D. LeRoi Davies and Gordon Lee Remarks will be Greenhalgh. given by Joseph H. Greenhalgh, grandfather of the missionary, and by his parents. Following response by Elder Greenhalgh, Bishop Steiner also will give Utah Pioneers. The convention will be held on Friday May 6 at the Juab Stake House. Mrs. Eugene Lunt, president of the Juab County D.U.P. will be in charge of the convention, and has issued a cordial invitation for all members of the camps within Juab County be in attendance. remarks. will be given by Ray Luncheon will be served at W.Prayers Worthington and Henry noon, Mrs. Lunt stated. Worthington, and special musical selections will be given by Cheri Ostler and Rebecca Warner. Miss Ostler will give a Golfing Enthusiasts vocal solo and Miss Warner will play a piano solo. Schedule Tourney All members of the ward are At Spanish Fork Course urged to attend, Bishop Stein- er The Primary Orthopedic clin-li- c will be held Friday, May 6 at 9:30 a.m. at the Mt. Pleasant LDS Hospital. All applications must be signed by the family doctor. blanks Application may be obtained from Mrs. Nona Smith, Juab Stake Primary President. er stated. Nephi golfers are holding tournament at Spanish Forks course beginning on June 11. Payment of a $1.00 entrance fee may be paid to Alan Ostler or Ray Kelson. Handicap information will be given at time of registration. le Leamington Ward to Hear Mission Report By Elder Lovell Leamington Elder Raymond K. Lovell will report his mission to the Rarotonga mission at the Leamington Ward Sacrament meeting on Sunday, May 8. The meeting will begin at 6:30 p.m. Elder Lovell has spent 31 months in the Rarotonga mission (Cook Islands).. Open House at Spanish Fork to Honor Couple After Marriage Levan Sets May 14 for Second Round in Community Cleanup Saturday, May 14 has been set aside for a continuation of Levans clean up campaign, according to Edgar Christensen, chairman. Each captain, with the help of townspeople, will finish the cleaning and leveling of streets and roadsides. People working on the cemetery are asked to bring tillers, rakes, shovels and hoes. Street chairmen are as follows: Owen Taylor, LeGrande Mangelson, Reuben Mangelson, Erin Poulson, Vern Mangelson, ames Morgan, Clin Morgan, Heber Taylor, Kay Worwood! James Paystrup, Lawrence Brough, Arvil Wankier, Ross Harper and Lee Aagard. Those who participated in the previous campaign did an excellent job, according to Chairman Christensen. Elder Maynard Mangelson Levan Elder to Give Report of Mission Elder Maynard Mangelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. LeGrande Mangelson of Levan, will give a report of his mission to the Netherlands mission, at the Levan Ward Sacrament meeting Sunday, starting at 7 p.m. according to an announcement this week by Bishop Golden R. Mangelson. Elder Mangelson returned to Levan last week after spending 30 months in the mission field. An invitation is extended to friends and relatives to attend an open house In honor of Mrs. Bernice B. Painter and Alanzo Peterson of Castle Dale. They will be married on May 12 at the Manti LDS Temple. The open house will be held on Thursday evening, May 12 from 7 to 10 p.m. at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gee. 445 East 5th North, Spanish Fork. For Monday Evening , the animals which won trophic at the Kiwanis show here on Monday are, left, David livestock sponsored Worwood and Glenda Spark. Right photo: holding animal 57, Number Pickering Is d, Mrs. Glade Sanders was hostess to the Booklore Club members on April 28. Mrs. Roy Greenhalgh, club president, presided and Mrs. Frank Greenhalgh reviewed the book Sixpence in Her Shoe. The book, written by Phyllis McGinley, is a delightful account of the housewifes lot. Refreshments were served to Mrs. Ralph E. Chase, Mrs. R. Roscoe Garrett, Mrs. Alma C. Jones, Mrs. Delios Garrett, Mrs. Loren J. Christensen, Mrs. Theo Westring, Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Roy Greenhalgh, Mrs. Alton S. Gadd, the special guest,, Mrs. Frank Greenhalgh, and the hostess, Mrs. Glade Sand' ers. Stock Show Successful 4-- H Explorer Gains Booklore Club Meeting EUivanis Sponsored and F.F.A. Dennis Stuart, 3rd; FFA: Greg Seventy-fiv- e members turned out to partici- Stuart 1st; Steven Stowell, 2nd; pate in the educational live- Charles Jenkins, 3rd. Livestock Classes Beef, stock show sponsored Monday Steven by the Kiwanis Club of Nephi. blue ribbon winners: Fenton Broadhead, Several members of the club Brough, were on hand to assist in var- Larry Ostler and Ronald Daiious phases of the show. ley. Sheep blue ribbon winFollowing the morning activ- ners Dennis Stuart and Brent ities, lunch was served at noon Dailey, trophies; Greg Stuart, by Theo Park and Allens Cash Siteven Stowell, Allen Stuart, Ronald Dailey, Richard Stowell, Store. Judges for the show were Jay Charles Jenkins, Darrell KenMillard County Agent dall, Marilyn Stowell, Wesley Hall, from Fillmore and Joe oRach Christensen. Horses 10 and 11 year from Delta. members: David Wor-wooBlue ribbon winners in the old various events included the trophy; Jimmy McCune, Garry Jarrett, Pamela Austin following: nad Terry Kay; 12 and 13 year Livestock Judging Contest Dennis Stuart, 1st; Mark old members Glenda Sparks, ones, 2nd and Teresa Tolley, trophie, Louis Lucido, Randy 3rd. FF A Charles Jenkins, 1st, Carter and Jaynette Jones. Greg Newton, 2nd; oel Winn 14 to 19 year old members and D. L. Greenhalgh, tied for Roy Jenkins, trophy; Paul Jarthird. Kiwanis William How- rett, Mary McCune, Bill Wor-woo- d and George Jackson. Miss Carol McPherson, a stu- ard, 1st. Forty-nin- e horses, nine beef dent of Dixie College, spent Fitting and Showmanship the week end with her parents, Beef, Ronald Dailey, 1st; Stev- and 30 sheep were exhibited at and Mr. and Mrs. Merle McPher- en Stowell, 2nd, Larry Ostler, the show. Forty-thre- e Richard FFA members participated in 3rd; son. Sheep Stowell 1st; Brent Dailey, 2nd; the livestock judging contest. Fen I on Broadhead at A representative of the SocSecond Ward Group Mrs. Ann Wing and sons Bri- ial Security Administration, an, Kelly and Bob of Provo vis- Provo office, will be in Nephi Enjoys Tour to Salt ited with her parents, Mr. and on Thursday, May 12 from 10 Mrs. Elijah SalisbiMqon Satur- a.m. until 12 noon. Those havLake Interest Areas day. Bishop and Mrs. Joe Bos- ing questions on their social' The Second Ward Lahoma well of Springville visited on security status may contact girls and their teachers and Saturday evening at the Salis- him at the Juab County Courthouse. other Primary workers enjoyed bury home. a tour last Saturday. They left at 9 a.m. and first stop was Hosa pic- V Each year the Boy Scouts of America selects a boy to report to the President of the United States of the activities of Scouting during the past year. This is done during Scut week in February. Fenton L. Broadhead, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Broad-heawas selected as the central Utah representative of the National Parks council, he being selected over four other boys from Sanpete, Millard and Juab Counties. Fenton went to Provo to compete on the council level, where a boy from ProSam Sperry Named to vo won the opportunity to represent the council to compete on the state level. Police Force Nephi Because of his selection from the central Utah area, Fenton Mayor Harlow W. Pexton has been given the opportunity has announced the appointment to go to Hawaii with nine other of Sam Sperry to the Nephi boys from the council. He will City Police Department, to fill lave June 24 aboard a Naval the vacancy caused by the rec- Reserve ship, and return July ent resignation of Duane Sper- 11. ry, new Juab County Sheriff. Mr. Sperry, veteran of World War II, has been employed by Nephi Lumber Company for Mrs. Sanders is some time past. He is active in Scouting in the Nephi Third Ward. Hostess Recent Gardner. at the Primary Childrens Volume of the Recom- 30. Announcement is made that tryouts of propsective new team members for the Little League teams will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at the Canyon View Park. All boys of Nephi, not now on a Little League team, and who will be eight years of age by July 31, are eligible to try out, and encouraged to be In attendance. Fathers of boys who are 5, 1966 Garrett mends have expired as of April Little Leagers Kenneth Hoyt all members remind Saturday for I R. Roacoe stake that all Temple Tryouts Set for Nt Juab County, Utah 84648, Thunday, May For Endorsements of Aeor of- Nephi, President Sets Times and County Arnon Garfield of Mona, ha e fihal for the parly nomination. No filing had been made ns of noon Wednesday by lcmhllenn seeking the respective office. fice before doing so. A campground which will ac comodate large groups Is long over due for the Nephi area, the Ranger said. This need la very critical as several large groups already have reserved the Bear Canyon site for this season With the completion of this Im provement, the needs of the local residents as well as the vacationing public will be better satisfied. The Third Quorum of Elders will sponsor a lecture and films by Elder Huffman of Sunset, Utah, on government trends and signs of the times, at the Nephi Fourth Ward Recreational Hall Saturday, May 7 at 7:30 p.m. Elder Huffman has present ed the lecture In several communities throughout Utah and has highly Impressed his aud iences with information presented. The general public is invited. A small admission fee, 25c, will be charged to defray expenses. Elder Huffman also will show samples of materials for t years supply according to of ficers of the quarum. Single Copy 10c rat io ballot. Iiling for llie !) ear Juab County Cmmlloner pool, nml to oiiiHte for flu nomination again! commissioner Cart ftulluway of Eureka was Jerald DrmoM'll of Eureka. Thin filing will necewtltaU a Primary election, according to present Indication. Duane Sjierry, newly appointed Juab County Sheriff, ha filial for flik nomination, according to record In the office of County Clerk Jame 1. Christensen. Two other Ineumlient officer, County Clerk Christensen I HOI-DIN- Ut?h Four File For Juab Improvements contact the Forest Ranger's ivunuo cit;? in the photo, photo All members and prospective members are urged to attend, Marriage Mr. and Mrs. Orus Sudweeks announce the marriage of their daughter, Loy Beth Wilson, to Douglas Robinson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Robinson of Nephi. They were married on Apnl 23 at Elko, Nevada. They! were accompanied to Nevada1 by his brother and sister in! law, Mr. and Mra. Monte Rob-- ! Inaon. The couple will make home in Salt Lake City. Nephi News Briefs The 4-- ed officers Forestry club elect- at a recent meeting, as follows: President, Tom Brough, vice president, Kerry secretary, Chad Pickering; Bowles and song leader, Terry Roper. A recreation chairman will be appointed at a later date. The club will meet Friday at 5:15 p.m. at the park to make fjnai plans on their hike to ReaFa FtT on Mav 7 startin'1 7 am. at the city park, . Mrs. Winifred N. Wilson of, SaltLake City returned to her home Sunday after spending the past two weeks with her brother in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Gibson S. Cowan. , Miss JuLee Nyman Miss Eileen Jensen Two Named to Girls State Miss Nyman is being sponTwo Nephi young ladies have sored by the Federated Wobeen selected to attend the nual Girls- State to be held at mens Clubs of Nephi. and the Utah State University at Miss Jensen is being sponsors by the Amencan Legion Auvll-iarLogan June 5 to June 12. Unit No. 1. Named to attend are Miss Miss Claudia Jenkins, daught- Eileen Jensen, daughter of Mr. and Mr. R. E. Jensen and Miss er of Mr. and Mrs. J. I.arre JuLee Nyman, daughter of Mr. .Jenkins has been named as ir temate. and Mrs. Kenneth Nyman. - 1 v.