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Universal JroTi2irng Corp yi PfeCTpWit Avenue SrOJLike city?. Utoh 1 Nephi, Juab County, Single Copy 10c Young Men Invited to Join Work Group Boys between ages 16 and 21 who are still in high school are Invited to make application to enroll in the Neighborhood Youth Corps (NYC) program under the direction of the Extension Sendees and County Enrollees will Commissioners. work 260 hours during the summer. To qualify, total family Income for a family of three (parents and one child) can not be over $2500 00. This is increased by approximately $500 for each additional child in the family. interested should Anyone make application at the Exten sion Service Office in the Nephi post office building. MORE THAN 800 residents, former residents and guests enjoyed Levans first Centennial Year activity Saturday evening. The affair consisted of a homecoming banquet, renewing of acquaintenships, and programs. Attending the affair were these five men Bishops of the n, Levan LDS Ward. Left to right: Erastus Peterson, James P. Christensen, LeGrande consisted of numbers R. Golden and Collard J. Clair Mangelson. Program Bishop dance selections, musical numbers, skits, history of Lean by Geneva Anderson, and a tribPhotograph, Courtesy Jack Bosh ute to founders by LeGrande Mangelson. Man-gelso- Mona Invites All to Gold and Green Ball The Mona Ward MIA Gold and Green Ball will be held The on Saturday, May 4th. theme will be Stranger on the Shore and the dance will beThe floorshow gin at 9 p.m. will be held, starting at 9:30 p.m. An invitation for all members of the stake to attend has been issued. There will be no admission charge. Ogden Youth Caught With Stolen Car Two Ogden youths, of juven returned to Ogden from the Utah Wednesday County Youth home, following their arrest with a stolen car in their possession west of Mona Tuesday. Highway Patrolman A. Rex Hill was alerted to suspicious actions of the pair by LaMar Stanley of Mona, and with Mr. Stanleys directions, the pair and the car were located west of Mona in the foothills farmile age, were Nephi Couple Injured in Auto 3 Meetings Accident Near Phoenix Called for Mr. and Mrs. J. Leonard Linton of Nephi are reported recovering satisfactorily at a Phoenix, Arizona hospital following an automobile accident two miles out of Phoenix late Saturday. Their daughter in law, Mrs. Gordon (Gayle) Linton, also in- jured m the accident, also was reported to be gaining. Mr. Linton suffered facial injuries, and one ear was pracHe also had tically severed. broken ribs. Mrs. Linton (Lillian) suffered several broken ribs and also facial cuts. Mrs. Gayle Linton had a broken jam and several broken ribs. Other pasengers in the station wagon were injured, although none of them seriously. Mr. and Mrs. J. Waldon Reed, son in law and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Linton, their son Jim, and Mrs. Viola Lynn of Mona, mother of Gayle Linton, went to Arizona Sunday. Next Sunday Blue' Starts Tonight At Venice Theatre RELIEF SOCIETY Almost simultaneous with the world premier, the motion picture Blue opens tonight at the Venice Theatre for a three-da- y run. The picture was filmed entirely in the beautiful Moab area, and those who have even driven through the area will recognize the beautiful scenery which forms the back drop for the pictures action. Richard Foote, manager of the Venice, invites all to see this truly outstanding picture. SBA Agent Sets Visit A representative of the Small Business Administration will be in Nephi Friday from 10 to 11 am. He may be contacted at the First Security Bank. Appointments may be scheduled through Kenneth Nyman, bank manager. Services Held for Father ing area. Patrolman Hill expressed appreciation for the assistance of Of Nephi Lady Merlin Saturday Mr. Stanley, and encourages One of fie outstanding men Relatives and friends from others to advise officers of suspicious actions of individu- the Nephi area attended fun- of magic will be presented at eral services at Moroni Tues- the Juab High School auditorals. day for James Vemile Jensen, ium Saturday, April 27 at 8 Mr. Jensen was p.m. Under the sponsorship of 80, Moroni. father of Mrs. J. E. (Vay) the Lettermens Club of the SCHOOL INVITES school, Merlin will be on the Worthington of Nephi. Mr. Jensen died at the Juab stage with his thousand mysteries. County Hospital last Friday. REGISTRATIONS Bom at Moroni, he was a Tickets are available from son of Andrew L. and Christine members of the Club or at the Parents of girls and boys Caroline Christensen Jensen. He door. An advertisement in this who are to enter Kindergartmarried Bertha Sorensen Dec. issue gives additional informaen for the 1968-6- 9 school 14, 1910 at the Manti LDS tion. year and who have not been Temple. He was a grocer at WE REGRET registered, are requested to Moroni until his retirement. call the District office, In addition to Mrs. WorthE Due to lack of necessary time Another date will then Surviving are his widow of time, several articles of Imbe set up for the completion Moroni; three sons and six portance have of necessity been 38 of the necessary steps for daughters, grandchildren ommitted from this issue. They and 26 great grandchildren. will be carried next week. the enrollment. 623-135- Della Belliston, 9. Relief Society Leadership meeting will be held Sunday at 2 pm. at the Stake House. All officers and class leaders are urged to be in attendance, according to Mrs. Blanche B. Brough, stake Relief Society president. A special program, under the direction of the Relief Society Magazine department is to be presented. PRIESTHOOD LEADERSHIP President R. Roscoe Garrett of Juab Stake has announced that the second quarter Priesthood Leadership meeting will be conducted Sunday, April 28 at the Juab Stake House, starting at 2 p.m. An outlined program from the Presiding Bishops office will precede departmental work. Expected to attend are the Stake Presidency, Stake High Council, Ward Bishoprics and Melchizedek Priesthood presidencies and group leaders. General secretaries of the Aaronic Priesthood Adult departments of each ward also are expected to attend. The counselor in each ward bishopric assigned to the Sunday School will be excused from the Priesthood Leadership meeting in order to attend the Sunday School special meeting at 2 p m .at the d Ward building. First-Secon- High Priests Quorum President Garrett also announced that the High Priests Quorum monthly meeting will be held at the Stake House on Sunday afternoon, beginning at 3 p.m. This previously was set for the Fourth Ward chapel, but will be held at the Stake House. The First Ward group will be in charge of the program for the meeting, President Garrett stated. Nephi Lady Dies Volume 59 Number 17 Increasing Absences Prompt Funeral services were being planned late Wednesday for Mrs. Della Pexton Belliston, 80, BE OFF who died at her home of nat- POWER TO ural causes late Tuesday. Relatives found her Wednesday af- SUNDAY MORNING ternoon when they could not If youre not late for your reach her by telephone, and church meetings on Sunday, with police officers gained enit means that youre on trance to the home. services the ball funeral especially this Although time had not been set at press Sunday, April 28! First of all, the annual time, awaiting arrival of immediate family members, the change TO daylight saving services have tentatively been time will find clocks being with the set for Saturday at the First-Secon- d one hour ahead official time of change being Ward chapel. Relatives and friends are asked to watch 2 aan. And secondly, In order to for the definite time announceaccomplish a change necesment in the state papers. Mrs. Belliston was bom May sary In the power supply system, the electric power 10, 1887 to Thomas P. and Ann Eliza Warner Pexton. She was will be OFF for approximatmarried to William H. Bellis-to- n ely three hours, starting at A 5 a.m. Sunday. September 23, 1909. Best insurance for a timely member of the LDS Church, she dig out served in the Relief Society as start on Sunday the faithful old wind up secretary for sevreal years. alarm clock and set It an Mr. Belliston 'died in Novhour ahead before you go to ember, 1962. She is survived by a daughter bed . . and then sleep peacefully! Mrs. Donna Jensen of Scotsdale, two grandchildren, Arizona, and a brother, Ray Pexton of Salt Lake City. Explorers to Sponsor There Is a marked Inoreaae the tendency to disregard attendance policies at the Juab High School, according to PrinTOo cipal M. Clark Newell. are leaving many students school for reasons that are not justified or are truant, and under circumstances that make It extremely difficult to account for the absence. School administrators are asking the cooperation of all parents, students, and faculty in correcting this problem. Parents are asked to make certain that their students are excused if they are to be absent from school, and to inform the school if their students are to leave school for any reason during the day. It is essential that parents become more aware of the activities of their sons and daughters during the school day. This problem Is aggravated because many parents work and are out of the home during the day. Faculty members are being directed to make sure that every absence from their classes is accounted for, and to release students from classes only for justified reasons and under proper procedure. in ; Plane Rides Saturday Mrs. Wright Named Variette Club Head Mrs. Jay Dailey was hostess to the Variette Club on April 18 1968 Parents Cooperation Request at Home at her home. Plans for the clubs twentieth anniversary party, to be held May 4, were discussed. All past members are to be special guests. Mrs. Verna Wright was selected as chairman for the coming club year, with Vera Pax-ma- n as vice chairman; Juanita Esphn as secretary and treasurer, and LaRae Kendall reporter. Ronald Dailey showed slides of his tnp to Williamsburg, Va. where he attended the Student Burgess. He also showed several interesting items he had brought home with him. Attending the meeting were Mrs. Harold Jackson, Mrs. Byron Belliston, Mrs. Dwain R. Bracken, Mrs. Rex Carter, Mrs. Maurice Chapman, Mrs. Lynn Esplin, Mrs. J. Barres Jenkins, Mrs. J. Clair Kendall, Mrs. Marcus Olpin, Mrs. Leland Ostler, Mrs. Vaughn Paxman, Mrs. Waldon Reed, Mrs. Vinton Steiner and a special guest, Mrs. Kohler. Superintendent Ralph W. Announcement has been made by the Third Ward Explorers that airplane rides will be "on Large Group Attends sale Saturday, April 27 from 8:30 to 10:30 a m., providing the Clubs Convention weather is flying safe. The rides are being offered The annual convenas a fund raising project of the tion of the Nebospring First District 1.75 Explorers at per person. of the Utah Federation of WoSee your community from the mens Clubs was held Saturday, air Is the invitation. April 20 at Delta. Theme for the convention was A Better World Begins with Me, Juab Students Do Well Club, and My Community. My Mrs. Richard S. Morrison of In Area Math Contests Delta, District President, presided at the convention. Eleven students from Juab - Workshops In the following High School participated In the departments were conducted: State Mathematics contest at Executive department by state officers, Mrs. John D. Long, the BYU on Saturday. Three students placed in the Mrs. C. E. Hyatt and Mrs. Wm. Region Seven contest with Jeff Myers; International affairs by Memmott winning first place,, Mrs. Elmo Wilson; parliamentSherri Menlove third place and arians, Mrs. C. R. Lomax; Conservation, Mrs. Ray Wight man; Lyn Memmott fifth place. education, Mrs. Glen Seegmil-le- r; home life, Mrs. Don FullDr. Don Christensen and a mer; fine arts, Mrs. Paul friend of Alhambra, California Packard; and public affairs, visited over the week end with Mrs. Earl Condie. Mr. and Mrs. Vernell ChristenMrs. Edith Beckstead, pressen. ident of the Nephi Federated Clubs presidents council gave Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cole vis- a report on the Nephi clubs ited Saturday with Mr. and activities. Mrs. Alden Oakley at Maple-toMrs. Fay Mattinson of Pay-so-n with Mr. and Mrs. Wayne was elected District PresShepherd at Sprmgville, with ident for 0 with Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Cole at Max Orme of Nephi as first L Spanish Fork and Mr. and Mrs. vice president Neil Van Ausdal at Santaquln. Attending from Nephi were Mrs. Claude Lomax, Mrs. E. R. Shaw, Mrs. Fred Hedberg, Mrs. John E. Robertson, Mrs. James Eagar, Mrs. A. V. Gadd, Mrs. W. W. Stephenson, Mrs. J. W. Brough, Mrs F. H. Beckstead, Mrs. Cleon Memmott, Mrs. E. C. Sherwood, Miss Rheta Sperry, Mrs. Max Orme, Mrs. Raymond Pay, Mrs. Clinton Kir-gaMrs. G. Eugene Wilkey, Mrs. Elmo Wilson, Mrs. Mer-ro-n Price, Mrs. Rex Tolley, Mrs. Frank Greenhalgh, Miss Corrine Garrett, Mrs. Cary Pet erson, and Mrs. Leo O. Osborne. In considering Menlove, this problem, reminds students and parents that students are not permitted to leave the school campus when school is in session without being released through the school office. Students leaving the campus without permission are truant by Board of Education policy and should be dealt with accordingly. Menlove Superintendent notes that with the increasing number of student cars, skipping classes becomes easier and more of a temptation. He asks that parents work with students driving cars to school to avoid abuse of this privilege. Supt. Menlove also points out that when cars are used for truancy, this becomes an action that may be referred to Juvenile Court for possible suspension of driving privileges. Principal Newell also states that there has been an Increase In vandalism, and abuse to the school buildings both during the school day and after. The cooperation of students is needed to correct this as it is impossible to observe the activities of students at all times. It is a mistaken idea to let this happen because we dont want to get involved or make known the offenders. When this happens it abuses or destroys what we all use and enjoy and pay for. It can only be stopped when we can Identify the individuals who are doing the damage and take action against them. Most people do not approve of this type of conduct but are reluctant to do anything about It. Citizens and townspeople can help on attendance by Informing the school when they see groups of students out of school under questionable Levan, Nephi Areas Weather Reporl , Temperature and precipitation figures for the Levan and Nephi area for the past week have been reported as follows: NEPHI STATION n, 1968-197- Club Members Enjoy Dinner, Theatre Party An evening of fun and relax- ation was enjoyed by the MlU Utah 84648, Thursday, April 25, C4IOI Book-lor- e Club members on April 18. For a change of pace they drove to the Oak Crest Inn where a delicious dinner was served. Following the dinner they attended a picture show. Enjoying the evening were Mrs. Ralph E. Chase, Mrs. DeLos Garrett, Mrs. James Smith, Mrs. Wallace Garrett, Mrs. Theo Westring, Mrs. Joseph Garrett, Mrs. Glade Sanders, Mrs. Farrell Warner, Mrs. R. Roscoe Garrett, Mrs. Alma C. Jones and Mrs. Alton S. Gadd. n, Marriage Ucense . . A marriage license was issued on April 22 to James Randall Painter, son of Mr. and Mrs. James Painter and Barbara Ann Barton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don Barton, all of Nephi. Scouts of District Enjoy Levan Winners Named in Canyon Camporee Recently Bowling Leagues The winter Bowling leagues closed, with the Ladies Ball Droppers league being won by Becks Auto Service team from Fountain Green. Team members are Esther Beck, Viola Lund, Melba Morley, Carolyn Bailey and Phyllis Oldroyd. In the Ladles Alley Cat League, Tiara Cafe won the first half, and Picks Drive Inn won the second half. In the playoff. Picks Drive Inn came out victorious. Members of the team are Ora Nielsen, Alta Kay, Reva Morgan, Denee Step-hensand Gerry Rosquist Mickelsons Cafe walked off with the championship of the Old Team Timers League. members are Ray Lunt, Gary Green-halgNorman Greenhalgh, George Ostler, Arvil Wankler, Flex H.11 and Jay C Mlckelson. The First Nighter League will have a playoff on Monday night April 29. Painter Motor, Mullett Jewelry, Johnsons IGA Dicks Service have each won a quarter and all will be in the playoff. Chicken Creek Canyon, above Levan, was the site for the Juab District Boy Scouts annual spring camporee. Forty boys, six adult leaders from five troops In the district moved In Friday after school and set up camp. Friday evening, after supper, the boys joined together in a campfire program of singing, skits, and storytelling. Earry Davis, District Camping and Activities chairman, was In charge of the camporee and campfire program. Boys from several of the wards put on some skits for the George Fannin, Distgroup. rict Scout Executive, led the Scouts in singing, and later told a story. at Rays lanes have en h, A. UTAH'S NEWEST INDUSTRY officials of Brush Beryllium Co, ated in ground breaking at the south of LynndyU This series was founded last Friday as and public officials participsite of the processing plant of picture by teh Hillard County Chronicle, Delta, port raj s the activities. County Commissioner Alton Gadd participated as a speaker, and in the groundbreaking aa shown in the two lower corner photographs. Miss Ann Hall Engagement Told Mr. and Mrs. Perry F. Hall announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Miss Ann Hall, to Dean Bailey, son of Mr. and Mrs Donald L Bailey. The couple plan to be married on June 28 at the Manti Temple. Miss Hall Is a graduate of the Juab High School and the Juab Stake Seminary, and also was graduated from LDS Business College. She is employed In Salt Lake City. Mr. Bailey also graduated from Juab High School and the Stake Seminary and Snow College. Te now la a student at Weber College. Following the marriage, a reception will be held ait the Juab Stake House. LDS Saturday after breakfast the I boys participated in a conservation project. Each boy must participate In one project ad-of this nature for each rank vancement. Following this the boys were instructed In skills necessary for rank advance-an- d ments and merit badges Barry Davis Instructed the Scouts in the conservation of natural resources merit badge; Merron Price and Jan Bellis-to- n instructed the boys in the Morse camping merit badge. code was taught by Richard Bean to all those needing it for their first class rank. E. C Sherwood, district chairman, taught a class on first aid for those boys needing it. Buddy King took a nature hike with the boys needing to know more about trees and shrubs and edible wild plants in the area. After the camp was over, awards for outstanding camping went to the Second Ward troop. They were followed by Fourth ward troop. First ward troop, Levan ward troop and Third ward troop. Mr. Davis commented afterward: The boys all had fun. Most of them have learned a new skill for their first class award or have done work on a required merit badge. We are proud of the way the boys took an Interest In the program and worked hard to accomplish something while they were here.