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Universal Illcrofiliring Corp, B S-'- BEST WAY TO SEE IT LIKE IT IS! After Freak Accident A Nephi man is a patient at the Utah Valley Hospital at Provo, where he underwent surgery on Tuesday, following a freak accident while return ing from an elk hunting trip. Confined at the hospital with a seriously fractured hip is Bill Olsen of Nephi. Mr. Olsen is an employee of H. K. Porter Co., Thermoid Division. Nephi Works. The accident occured "above Spring City Sunday at about 5 p.m., when Mr. Olsen and others in the party were com ing out of the mountains. A horse in the single file, some distance behind Mr. Olsen, loosened a rock which rolled down the hill, and bounced, hitting Mr. Olsen on the hip. He was carried by improvised stretcher down the mountain side for some distance until dark Sunday evening, and it was not until Sunday morning that as- NEWSPAPERS...THE INDEPENDENT MEDIUM NATIONAL NEWSPAPifl OCTOBER HE. USB WEEK Teachers At Annual Event sistance arrived from the Sanpete County Sheriffs Rescue Patrol. It was almost noon on Monday when the party reached the community. The examination showed the hip to be broken in three places, according to his wife, Margaret Nielsen Olsen. Mr. Olsen stated that a great deal of praise for assistance goes to Larry and Robert Lyman, Bob Olsen, Richard Olsen and Grant Daniels who were in the party. They improvised a stretcher from sweaters and poles, and carried Mr. Olsen out of the hills as quickly as the steep terrain would permit Mrs. Olsen also expressed her gratitude to the Sanpete Sheriffs Patrol for their valuable help. Servicemen's News driver is one who passes you in spite of all your car can do. reg This is National Newspaper Week throughout the United when the nations States press calls attention to the or in other nations press words, it hlows its own horn! This is the week when the big daily papers tell of their activities in figthing corruption in city hall and of their fight to get more privilegs in reporting, the activities of the courtroom. Our newspaper isnt a big it isnt even a daily daily and by todays standards, it cant be classified as big. But its the home town paper for the communities of East Juab County. Were not out to "get anyone, as the motives of the ever-and-ev- er big dailies in the huge cities may or may not be. Were not campaigning to rid the communities of rats (rodent or human) primarily because the of East Juab communities County have none! Were not here to embarass any family because of mlschevious activities of a son or daughter, who, given a little more understanding will probably become Mayor or School Board member in some future years. noticed until the paper is out and then often they have to be brought to our attention like last week when Lynn became "Write instead of Wright. Yes, on this National Newspaper week, its time to remember the articles of the past concerning friends who have departed this life, and to take a pledge to continue to tell the community story, week in and week out. We do hope Quota; Committee Extends Appreciation Final report of the 1968 Cancer Crusade has been made by the East Juab County Chapter of the American Cancer Society. The goal of $800.00 set by the State for this area was met, according to the report. A statement by the East Juab County Committee says: "We sincerely thank each who contributed to this great work. Especially do we thank those volunteers who gave endless hours of their time. It is because of contributions such as these that a cure will be found, and lives will be saved. Certainly this is a noble cause. The committee consists of Mrs. Albert C. Starr, chairman; Mrs. Don Barton, Crusade Chairman; Mrs. Dee Wright, Secretary and Treasurer; Mrs. William Howard, Sendee Chairman; Mrs. Maurice Tollev and Mrs. F. H. Beck-steaEducation and Mrs. George Johnson, Publicity Chairman. d, reg Speaking of Typographical errors, the following recently appeared in "Good Impressions published by Salt Lake Stamp Company: The Typographic Error The Typographic, error is a You slippery thing and sly. can hunt till you are dizzy, but it somehow will get by. Till the forms are off the presses, it is strange how still It keeps; it shrinks down in a comer and it never stirs or peeps; the typographic error, too small for human eyes, till the ink is on the paper, when it grows to The boss he mountain size. stares with horror, then he grabs his hair and groans; the copy reader drops his head upon ' the rehis hands and moans mainder of the issue may be clean as clean can be, but the typograhic error is the only thing you see. ANOTHER BOOST for the Mt. Nebo Care and Training Center was received this week when Frank H. Booth, left, president of the Nephi Lions Club presented the Wesfring, Painter, for Morgan File for $50.00 to the ftcility. Receiving the contribution, which represents parade prize won by School Board Posts Funeral Held Three have filed for the two Juab School District Board of Education positions which will be voted on at the November 5 election. The districts involved are the Nephi Center area (old Nephi Center Ward) comprising the section of the community from third north to first south streets, and the Levan representative area. Clinn A. Morgan of Levan, incumbent member of the Board is unopposed for reelection, and in the Nephi area, James L. Painter, manager of Painter Motor Co., and Theo Westring, incumbent member of the board, have filed for the position. Mr. Westring is distrib utor of American Oil Company products. Mr. and Mrs. Elmont Carter Teachers in the Juab School District, members of the Juab have received word that theirt Education Association, Thurs- son, Dale H. Carter, who is Clubs To Sponsor y conserving with the U. S. Army in day will begin a vention at the 71st annual Vietnam, has been promoted to gathering of the Utah Educa- the rank of Sp. 4. Dale has1 Special Program been in Vietnam since June tion Association. The local delegation is head- of this year. Mrs. Zula Brinkerhoff Reid ed by Mrs. Evelyn Lomax, a will be the speaker at the conteacher at Juab high school Mr. and Mrs. Carter also joint meeting of the Federated and local president. have received word that an- Womens Clubs to be held on One of the highlights of the other son, S Sgt. Vernon E. October 17 at the convention will be election of Carter, who has been stationed Thursday, School, beNephi Elementary UEA officers. The results of on Okinawa for the past three at 8 p.m. the election will be announced years, now is serving in Viet- ginning the official at the Friday evening session. nam. Mrs. Vernon E. Carter Mrs. Reidfor is the Hop! Indian spokesman and three children are residing Tribe, and she will talk on in Marina, California. their religious and tribal Governor, Candidates She is an accomplished Sergeant Weston A. Jones, speaker and is well known Schedule Visit son of Mr. and Mrs. Alma C. throughout Utah. The general public is invited, Jones, left Nephi last week for Governor Calvin L. Rampton his second overseas assign- and all club women are urged will head a delegation of State ment. He has been on leave to attend. Democratic candidates on a for the past month, visiting in brief visit to East Juab County Nephi with his family and Members of the East Juab on Tuesday, October 15, ac- friends. Sgt. Jones is a mechcording to Ivol White, Juab anic in the United States Air Wildlife Federation are invited Force and is to report at Tai- to a meeting to be held on County Democratic Chairman. An invitation has been ex- wan, then to Cameron Bay in Wednesday, October 16 at the tended to all to meet the dele- Vietnam. He has been in the Armory building, starting at gation in front of the Juab service for three years and has 7:30 pm. A wildlife film will be shown County Courthouse between 1 one year remaining before his enlistment term is completed. in addition to other activities. and 2:30 p.m. on Tuesday. Tuesday for JUAB NORTH SANPETE We feel that the primary of the home-tow- n purpose newspaper is to record for all posterity the accidents which to happen to our friends and your friends and to you to give word of the deaths of friends and townspeople to currently tell whos hospitalized that your friendship and good will can be extended to them. Tea, and to tell who has become parents and who the new childs kin are. In fact, there are often tears of Joy and tears of sorrow intermingled In the columns of the average weekly newspaper, for indeed the editor gets to know rather closely, the folks of his communities. We in the weekly newspapers often share a laugh on ourselves for the slippery little for things called "typos they creep Into the columns un- -, D 35-ya- rd 40-yar- ds 95-ya- rd Stake President Announces Ward Conference Dates s. Ward Conferences within Juab Stake have been sched- uled and are beginning this week, according to a recent announcement by President R. Roscoe Garrett. The conferences this year are on to "Emphasis themed Youth and under this theme several assigned talks for the Sacrament meeting of the ward Step-hense- reg r eg Many a girl who eloped has later wished that she had let only her imagination run away with her. associated Boards are attending the ward meeting of their organization, and a special meeting of the Ward Council will be held. The schedule for the Ward Conferences within Juab Stake Is as follows: Levan October Ward, through October 13. Mona Ward October 21st through October 27. Nov Nephi First Ward ember 4 through November 10. NovNephi Third Ward ember 11 through November conference week will be given. Under the plan adopted by the Presidency of the Stake for this year. Auxiliary Stake 17. Nephi ember 2 Nephi ember 9 n They tell me thai Jim Worthinggave Henry ton in Allens Cash Store a bad time a few days ago. Jim had a 1933 copy of The Tlmes-Neand went "bargain hunting in Allens . . Salmon,2 10c lbs per can; Hamburger,, for 25c . . etc. etc. Jim doesnt remember those prices, it was well before he was bom! EVERYONE WELCOME is the greeting sent by Mr. and hire. Jack Ludlow, as announcement to given in this tome of the grand opening of the newly remodeled Nephi Lumber and Hardware. Outolde view of the beautiful new store at 55 West Second North to shown above. Store will become 13 85-ya- rd point-after-T- r eg Remember the story of Solomon and his weakness at the loss of his "growth of hair. From the looks of some of our Nephi men there will be a lot come next of "weaklings Saturday night when the beard growing contest is over. 19 "It was a 100 per cent team effort said Coach Dennis Hansen late Wednesday in discussing Juab Highs win over North Sanpete, in a game played on the local field. The win was the first posted over the Hawks by Juab since 1963, Coach Hansen said. Juab opened their scoring in the first quarter when Alan Sperry passed to Hal Newton who sprinted over the play, and was followed by goal line. It was an Alan Sperry the by Jimmy Stephensen. passed to Rodney Painter for the second touch down, in a play. George Jackson hauled in a Hawk pass for Juab's third touchdown. He raced some for the score. The Hawks scored on a run just before pass time, in a kick-of- f return, and later on a I But, If the situation warrants, this newspaper can still "raise a little hell from time to time and perhaps the newspaper and its editor should do Just that a little more regularly- dobseheek Lions, is Betty r.iierhmn, while Mlldren Brown and Bernice Boswell, faculty aids, watch. cus-tome- your week is made more enjoyable because of our weekly edition! Volume 69, Number 41 Cancer Fund Drive Tops two-da- A reckless 84110 Nephi, Juab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, October 10, 1968 Single Copy 10c Nephi Man in cx 26C8 Like City, Utah with "Trustworthy" porehaatng chain, although remaining completely Independent. Special free gift Items and refreshments will be given all three days of the grand opening. For details and special grand opening merchandise see the advertisement on page 8 of this Issue. Etta L. Riggs Funeral services were held in Salt Lake City Tuesday, and graveside services held at the Vine Bluff cemetery here on Tuesday afternoon for Henrietta Norton Latimer Riggs, 73, former resident of Nephi, who died of natural causes October 5 in a Salt Lake City hospital. Mrs. Riggs was bom April 23, 1895 at Pangultch, daughter of William and Cordellia Kister Norton. She was married to Andrew H. Latimer May 1, 1918. She resided In Nephi through the majority of her life time. She was active in the Nephi Second Ward of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. Mr. Latimer died October 1, 1962. She was married to William S. Riggs October 5, 1965, and they moved to Salt Lake City a few months following this time. Survivors are her husband, William S. Riggs of Salt Lake City; a son and daughter: Norton Latimer, Yuba City, California and Mrs. Kathryn B. Strutqnskl, Carmel, California. Also surviving are four grandchildren and two sisters: Mrs. Fay N. Lynn, Panguitch, and Mrs. Ella N. Anderson, Salt Lake City. Lady Repblicans Plan Headquarters DecSecond Ward The Republicans Club through December 8. met onLady October 2 at Ray's DecFourth Ward Cafe for a planning meeting. through December 15. President Erma I. Goble was in charge and after welcoming the members, turned the time UNICEF Drive to Assist to Mrs. George W. Williams, chairman of the Headquarters Committee. The time was spent in planning and making asChildren of World signments for the headquarters Plans are underway for 25 for the November election. Twenty-fou- r ladies were prechildren of Nephi to celebrate sent and enjoyed the meeting. UNICEF day on October 30. UNICEF Trick or Treaters will dress in Halloween costumes and visit homes in small, Road Shows Set Instead of supervised group. "treats of candy and apples, these children will ask for pen- Tuesday, Wednesday monnies, nlckles and dimes "Its a World of . . is the ey to support the United Nations Childrens Fund. Coins theme for the MIA roadshows collected by the children will to be presented on Tuesday, October 15 at 7:30 pm. at the save other childrens lives. The UNIFEC Trick or Treat- Nephi First-Secon- d Ward hall, ers will be Identified by their Juab Stake House and Mona official collection box, an or- Ward Hall, according to Juab ange and black container with Stake MIA officers. Mutual will be held on Weda small symbol of a mother and child. Children, teens or nesday, October 16 at Levan adults Interested In participat- where the roadshows will be ing in the program this year presented at that time. Children under 12 must be should first have the approval of their parents and should accompanied by their parents, MIA officials stated. then contact Victoria Orme. The UNICEF Trick or Treat cartons will be distributed on Juab County Fair premiums Wednesday, October 30 at 6 p. are being paid at the Extenm. at the high school girls sion Service office in the basegym. After the collection hour ment of the post office buildof 6:30 to 7:30, a party will ing. AU those who have not be held in the gymnasium for yet obtained their premiums are asked to do so now. those participating.