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Universal Microfilming Corp. Saltt Like cityy Utah 1Z1 Rfeerpont Avenue '7"" in . - . .,rw t v '.r, .tr 4V; r ' i- - y f, j - - ' ' v :r w. ,4 -- I;1, j 'J;-.- , ? . V T--- 0 Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, May 4, 1967 Single Copy 10c H r'CSi Former Nephi k )vtl kwy fc Man Gains Special Honor Logan ier, associate LARRY OS11IIE, son of Mr. and Sirs. Arthur (. Ostler, holds his champion steer ing: the Li estfek Show Tuesday. Other who wo i tr.i hies also are shown. Dr. Stanford Caz professor of his- tory at Utah State University, has been awarded an Academic Administration Internship of follow- the American Council on Education. He will spend the 1967-6- 8 academic year at New York University. .The program, which is sponsored by the Ford Foundation, will provide for payment of his salary during the year of internship. Dr. Cazier is a native of Ne phi. He is a son of Mrs. Edna J. Cazier of Sandy and the late Gerald Cazier. He is a gradLewellyn, Susan Greenwood, uate of the Juab High School. Sandra Pay, Kay Painter and one of 46 idea is Cazier Dr. Paul Jarrett. Beef: Larry Ostler, trophy. tified as promising college and Other blue ribbon winner were university administrators or Lorie Howard, and Alen Will- potential administrators who will spend the academic year iams. their talents at host Trophies presented to the sharpening institutions accross the nation" winning contestants were don- the Council stated. ated by the following business Dr. Cazier will work under houses and professional men: Greenwood Service, Dr. A. A the mentorship of Chancelor of NYU. As an Boston, Mickelsons Cafe, First Allan Cartter member of the uniexofficio Motor Painter Security Bank, he will administration, versitys Co., Jenkins Sales and Service, Parkin Motor Co., Intermoun- work on special assignments tain Farmers Association and with Chancellor Cartter, attend Christensens Inc. Department faculty, committee and trustee meetings. Store. Spring Stock Show Successful Event Kiwanis-sponsore- d and FFA More than 50 members participated in the spring junior livestock show at the Juab County Fairgrounds Tuesday. The show annually is sponsored by the Kiwanis Club of NephL Activities included a livestock judging contest, fitting and showmanship contest, and the judging of the project animala Lunch was provided for the contestants and officials by Allens Cash Store, Theodore O Park, Distributor for Cream Weber, and H. K. Porter Company, Nephl works. Trophy and blue ribbon winners in each event were as 4-- H follows: Livestock judging contest: Alex Johnson: F.F.A., Steven Stowell. Both received trophies. Sheep fitting and showmanBrent Dailey, trophy; ship: FFA, Greg Stuart, trophy. Charles Jenkins, iSheep: Ronald Dailey, ram, trophy; trophy. Denni3 Stuart also exhibited a blue ribbon sheep. Horses: 9 to 11 year old members, Merrill Jones, tromem3 year old phy;; bers, Gary Jarrett, trophy; 14 and over, Mary MoCune, trophy. Other blue ribbon winners in the horse division included Carl 4-- 4-- H, 4-- H 4-- H 12-1- Scotrf Camp Scheduled Friday Night, Saturday projects starting at until 11 a.m. The evens will begin at continue until 4 p.m. with a variety of games and physical skills presented for the . public. The largest Teepee in Utah will be set up Friday, and a special invitation is extended entertain with Indian dances. to all Scouters to bring their On Saturday, May 6, the sleeping bags and stay over troops will demonstrate Scout night Friday night, May 5. The public is invited to a special camfp fire program to be presented by the Boy Scout Troops of East Juab County on Friday evening, May 5 at 8 p.m. fllie site for the camp is the area west of the Juab Stake Stake House at third north and second west. The Order of the Arrow will Nephi Man Is A.F. Enlistee Richard L. Hall, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert C. Starr of Nephi, recently enlisted in the U. S. Fair Force Officer Training Program. He was enlisted in the Air Force through the recruiting offices in Denver, Colorado, and now is at Lackland Air Force Base, San Antonio, Texas, undergoing the three months officer training course. At the end of three months he will be commissioned a second lieutenant in the U. S. Air Force. After graduation from officer training school, he is slated for pilot training at one of the many pilot training bases maintained by the U S. Air Force. Mr. Hall is a graduate of the Utah State University at skills and 9:30 a.m. afternoon 1 p.m. and . Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Sloan of Jacksonville, Florida announce the engagement of their Sloan, daughter, Miss Jacklin son of to John Karl Brough, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brough of Nephl, Utah. Miss Sloan graduated from High School in Englewood Jacksonville and presenty is employed at Prudential life Insurance Company. Karl is serving in the United States Navy aboard the U. S. S. Saratoga. They will be married when his tour of duty Is completed. gram, Dr. Cazier will be aided JHS Student Body and encouraged in the developpoRichard Linton has been ment of his administrative announcecouncils the tential elected president of the Juab ment said. High School student body for Under terms of the program the 1967-6- 8 school year, in the the 46 internees agree, to reelections held last week. Other officers who will take turn to their home campuses the oath of office on May 15 after the internship period. Dr. Cazier is the only faculinclude Kent Greenhalgh, vice member from a Utah inty secRadene president; Howard, selected for the internstitution actretary and Rodney Painter, He ship program this year. ivities manager. faculty at Utah Richard is the son of Mr. joined the and Mrs. Kent Linton; Kent is State in 1960. He holds bachelson of Mr. and Mrs. R. Clark ors and masters degrees from the University of Utah, and reGreenhalgh and Miss Howard is ceived his PhD at the UniverWillMr. Mrs. and of daughter iam D. Howard. .Rodney is the sity of Wisconsin in 1964. son of Mir .and Mrs. James L. Painter. Soils Team Tops West; Rates Tenth in Nation Word was received Wednesday that the Mt. Nebo FFA Judging team placed tenth in the national contest at Oklahoma City last week. On Monday, as reported in the contributed report below, the team received information that it had won first among teams from 12 western area states. Soil Contributed Five local F.F.A. members with their advisor left Oklahoma City with strong feel- ings of mixed emotion following the land judging contest last Thursday. The group had in mind the many wonderful experiences of the prior six days, but it was a little disheartening to know that they had done so well in a contest and apparently not won any awards. They felt they were winners just for participating but there is some-speciabout an award. After conversation with several teachers, it appeared there was not a chance for any special recognition. With this in mind, the group elected to leave for home early In order for the advisor to meet an obligation. The announcements were to be made that evening. The big surprise came on Monday morning upon receipt of a letter from Russell Pierson, Farm Director of WKY Radio and Television, sponsors of the contest The letter stated that a trophy was being sent and congratulations were offered for taking first place in the Western Region of the International Land Judging contest The western region includes the 12 western states. Total ratings were not listed, but the boys and advisor were real happy to receive the trophy after feeling they had lost all chance to receive it The award can mean many things to all concerned. It all with the arrival of started bouncing baby boys to proud parents, and the proper tutor al Miss Jacklin Sloan Richard Linton Heads Through constant contact with Chancellor Cartter and M. E. Lapham, director of the pro- ing by the parents, to develop sons who would have a chance in life. The patience and teaching of many teachers throughout school has had a big influence on success. It could be contributed to the process of early morning study and practice in late October in order to win the regional contest for schools in Central Utah. Feeling soil on a cold October morning can be very trying, especially when one has to break ice in order to get water to moisten the soil. The award has many fond memories of a wonderful trip to Oklahoma City. The experience of traveling through the Utah Dinosaur Country into Colorado and over the snowcapped peaks of the Rabbit Ears pass area. The trip thru Denver and the droughth stricken area of eastern Colorado, western Kansas and western Oklahoma holds memories. The group spent some time in Dodge City looking over Front Street of the wild west era and saw Boot Hill cemetery. They read early newspaper accounts of the gun fights during Wyatt Earp and Bat Masterson days. Some of the real educational experiences in Oklahoma City included a tour of the Cowboy Hall of Fame and other places of interest in the city. The real land judging training came Tuesday when the boys had help of the Soil Scientists from Oklahoma, and Continued on page six Time Set for Endorsing Temple Recommends A member of the Juab Stake Presidency will be at the High Council room of the Stake office on Sunday, May 7 from 3:30 until 6 p.m. for the convenience of those having new recommends for endorsement. Recommends must be secured from the ward Bishop, and must be endorsed by a member of the presidency before being pesented at the Temple. All Temple recommends expired on April 30th. Tickets Ready For Golf Event Once and for AIL. Special Event to Mark Richard Bean Priesthood Anniversary Children Urged to Get 'Muzzle Measles' Shot An outstanding fun time" for all Aaronic Priesthood members of the stake, young men approaching the Aaronic Priesthood minimum age, and their fathers is being planned for Saturday, May 13, according to announcements made in the various wards ast Sunday. The Stake Committees for the Aaronic Priesthood (youth and adult) are cooperating in arranging an evening which will linger long in the memories of all who attend. According to the Stake Committee for Aaronic Priesthood of Glade Youth, consisting Sanders, Henry Worthington, Fred Chapman and Donald L. Bailey of the High Council, and Roy E. Gibson of the Stake Presidency, the affair will begin on the southwest area of the Stake House property at 6 p.m. on Saturday, May 13. e favorites as Many such crackers pie eating contests, and whistle contests, sack races, tug o war, volley ball and others will be staged for the fun and entertainment of all in attendance. Starting at about 7 p.m. gobs of hot dogs, hamburgers, potato salad, root beer etc etc. will be served, with the games and serving continuing until 8 p.m. An outstanding filg Measure of a Man has been arranged as the climax of an serious presentation, starting at 8 p.m. Following the film, those in attendance will return to the outdoor area for an community sing, with those so desiring roasting marshmallows. The bonfire program will be directed by the Stake Aaronic Priesthood committee, composed of President J. Barres Jenkins, chairman, Dwain Bracken, Thad Nebeker, Ralph Menlove and Dwane Tid- The clinic to Muzzle Measles in Utah once and for all for the East Juab County area will be conducted at the Nephi Elementary School on Saturday, May 13, and in over 60 other locations throughout the state. BULLETIN Douglas Harry Reich died at the Juab County Hospital Thursday at 5:55 aun. His death Is the first highway fatality in Juab County in the current year. old-tim- around-the-bonfi- Juab Martha Burton, Mrs. Douglas Harry Reich, 28, suffered chest injuries when the car he was driving crossed over the center line and collided with a truck Tuesday at 7:10 a.m. The accident occur-ce- d on highway 91 in Levan, and the Reich car ended up in the Levan Park, Mrs. Riech and the couples three sons, Todd Douglas, Oor-re- y Allen and Brett William, were not injured. Sergeant E. C. Sherwood of the Utah Highway Patrol said that Reich apparently dozed at the wheel. Sergeant Sherwood re state dthat the truck was own- ed and driven by Rex H. Kerby, 26 of Murray. Lower Prices in Effect Today on Lunches Its going to be cheaper for the kids to stay to school lunch for the remainder of the school year . . almost cheaper than fasting. Thats the word from Superintendent Ralph Menlove well. The event will be in of the anniversary of the Aaronic Priesthood, and a special program will be held in jach ward Priesthood meeting on Sunday "morning to culminate the anniversary observance. com-morati- announced who rates new, - lower for the balance of the school year. High School and Junior High can enjoy school lunch students Nephi News Briefs for only 15c, while the elementMr. and Mrs. John V. Garrett ary grade students will be able Jr. of Provo and Miss Patsy to have the normal servings of Garrett, a student of the Brig- school lunch for only 10c. ham Young University, spent The new price schedule will the week end with their par- be effective today May 4th and continue until the suments, Mr. and Mrs. John V. mer vacation begins. Garrett. Volume 58, Number 18 County Public Health Nurse Wednesday announced that the local clinic will be held from 1 to 3 p.m., and that all child-age- s 1 through 12 who have not had measles or a measles shot should be immunized at this time. Mrs. Burton said that the following information has been taken from the bulletin of the National Association for Retarded children: The number one childhood disease today is measles and it is not a harmless disease. It can kill or leave serious after effects. Four million children get measles every year. Many children develop serious complications including respiratory illnesses. About 400 children die each year from measles encephalitis (inflamation of the brain) and measles pneumonia. Of the four thousand children who develop measles encephalitis, approximately 1600 become mentally retarded. Nine out of ten children get measles before their 12th birthday; four out of ten contact it before the age of five. Measles is a virus infection. It is medically known as rubeola and lasts from seven to 14 days. Symptoms may include high fever, running nose, a skin rash or red blotches, cough, and sore throat. This disease is not to be confused with German measles which lasts only three to four days. Measles infection is spread from person to person by direct contact, and is usually spread by coughing or sneezing. Mrs. Burton stated that in order to combat this disease, the Utah State Medical Association and the Utah State Department of Health urge all parents of children who have not had measles or a measles shot to take them to a Muzzle Measles clinic on Saturday, May 13. As previously mentioned, the clinic will be held at the Elementary School in Nephi. The immunizations will be given free of charge. Donations will be accepted, and as a guideline, 50 cents per child is suggested. Elected Lions Club President Richard employee of Bean, the Mountain States Telephone Company at Nephl, was elected president of the Nephl Lions club year Club for the 1967-6at the elections held Thursday evening at the regular meeting at Mickelsons Cafe. 8 Mr. Bean will succeed Ivol White, who has served for the past year. Elected first vice president was Lynn Parkin, with Miles Anderson and Boyd Howarth as second and third vice presidents respectively. Leo Christensen will serve as secretary of the club, with Don Eyre as treasurer. Jerry Bosh was elected Tail Twister and Jay Mlckelson as Lion Tamer. Directors named are DeLoy OAnderson and R. Elgin Gardner. Installation of the new officers will be conducted at a late June meeting. President Ivol White presided at the meeting on Thursday and Othel L. Pay conducted. Vankier Heads Levan Club Levan Arvil Wankier was elected president of the Levan Lions Club for the coming year at a meeting held on April 20 at the Levan City hall. President Kenneth Hoyt pre- sided and conducted the meeting. Other officers elected include Dean Howard, first vice president; LeGrande Mangeson, second vice president; John D. Shepherd, secretary and treasurer; Max D. Baxter, tail twister; Heber Shepherd, Lion tamer; Ralph Jackman and C. S. Wood, two directors. Holdover directors are J. O. Golden Mangel son. Taylor and A meeting of all coaches anc officers of the Little Leagw has been called for Thursdaj evening, May 4 (tonight) at tin armory hall, starting at 8 prr President George Hal of the Little League urges a full at- tendance. An enjoyable evening of entertainment is in store for the people of this area on Wednes- day, May 10. The Nephi Golf Association and the management of the Venice Theatre are sponsoring a fine movie and musical var- iety program as a fund raising program for the construction of the Golf course in NephL The program will consist of the fine western movie, The Jlainsman and short subjects on golfing with Jack Nickolas, and some fine musical numbers from local talent. Several items of golf equipment, such as golf cart, golf i X, KW-- .I V. i. make of tickets V ' f - i . - . I -- balls, head covers, etc., wil be given as door prizes. Although listed as door prizes, those who will not have to be present to win prizes. Tickets will be on sale this week end and until the evening of the show, at 81.00. Officers of the Nephi Golf Association invite the support of all for this fine and beneficial community project. 7W j v W -- - C! . m. Michael Anderson Glenn Greenhalgh Jeffery Memmott Alan Favstrup James Shaw Craig Pew Deadline Nearing For Queen Applications Young ladies are reminded that May 18 is the deadline for registering for the Ute Stam-pet- e Queen Contest. Those interested should pick up their contest information and application at Wards The Agency Store in Nephi. "waiver" must be completed and returned by May 18. The contest will be held on May 20, 1967 at 6 p.m. at the Fairgrounds arena. The public is invited to attend. Nephi News Briefs Jeffery Ostler Devon Vickers Eight Selected to Attend Boys' State at USU in June Eight young men, all presentMr and Mrs. Harlow W. Pex-to- n ly juniors at the Juab High and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Pex-to- n School have been selected to atwere in Cedar City Friday tend the annual Boys State to evening to attend the College be held June 3 to 10 on the of Southern Utah play, One campus of the Utah State Uniypon a Mattress, a version versity at Logan, according to of Hans Christian Andersons an announcement this week by story. Richard Pexton, son of j Wallace Fackrell, commander Mayor and Mr. Pexton, was a! of Nephi Post No. 1, American member of the cast Legion. The Boys State is an edu- Club; Glenn Greenhalgh, son of cational endeavor sponsored by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Greenthe American Legion, designed halgh, Ute Stampede; Jeffery to give young men basic train- Memmott, son of Mr. and Mrs. Local Lodge Memmott, ing In the various phases of Dan 1663. International Association government. Those to attend, parents and sponsors are: Michael (Mike) son of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Anderson, Nephl Lions , Ier; Meadow Gold Dairies; Alan Paystrop, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Pavstrop of Levan, Levan Lions Club; James Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Shaw, Nephi LJons Club; Devon Vickof Machinists; Craig Pew, son ers! son of Mr. and Mrs. JosInternational of Mr. and Mrs. Walter F. Pew, eph S. Vickers, Kiwanis Club; Jeffery Ostler, Association of Machinists, Loson of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Ost-- 1 cal Lodge No. 1663.