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-- Nephi, Juab County, Ush 84648 4 Thursday, June 5, 23)c- Brothers and sisters of Miss June Heells honored her at a family get together on her birthday anniversary Sunday In Santaquin. Attending from Nephi were Mrs. Gary Green Mr. and h&lgh and children, Mrs. Richard Greenhalgh and Memorial day guests at the children, Mr. and Mrs. Roy W, home of Mr. and Mrs. FYank Greenhalgh and Mrs. W. E. Cole were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Broadhead. Green and four children of Salt Mr. and Mrs. Roy Greenhalgh Lake City, Lanny Cole of Lan- and Mrs. W. E. Broadhead spent Mrs. Mr. and der, Wyoming, Memorial day In Santaquin with Dean Atkinson of Orem, and members of their family. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Shepard Mr. and Mrs. Keith Chapof Springville. man and son of Loa were visitMr. and Mrs. Clarence Han- ors on Memorial day at the sen had as their visitors over home of Mr. and Mrs. the Memorial day week end, Garrett They also attendedElgin the Mr. and Mrs. Ronnie Goble of funeral services for Leo BowlDugway, and Brent Goble, who es while In Nephi. is home on leave from the U.S. Also visiting at the Army. The family of Mr. and Mrs. Hansen home were Gene HanRue Golden held a reunion over sen, Jim Hansen, Mr. and Mrs. the Memorial week end at PalKay Hansen and family of Salt isades Park. Enjoying the Lake City and Mr. and Mrs. outing were Mr. and Mrs. Fay Gordon Hansen of Sandy. 7W FHA officers ready to go. A family gathering, was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Jarrett honoring Mr. Jarrett on his birthday anThose attending niversary. were Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth G. Kay and family of Kearns Mr. and Mrs. Robert Price and children of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. Merle Jarrett, Mr. and Mrs. Eric Jarrett, of Nephi; Mrs. Vanda Jarrett of Ontario, California and Mrs. Idell Rich mond of Salt Lake City. Leaders Chosen to Guide Homemakers From the JHS CLARION On Wednesday, April 30, elections were held for the FHA club officers. This year the candidates who ran for office were chosen by this year's FHA officers to insure getting those Who were best qualified to lead the club next year. Last year the club chose Miss Colleen Lewellyn as vice president; this year she automatic-l- y becomes president. Vice president this year is Shirley Harper; Parliamentarian is Joan Morgan; Reporter is Sharia Tolley; Songleader is Emilee Nebeker; Degree Chairman is Shirlene Keyte; Historian is Janice Shepard and Secretary is Ellen Belliston. The new president of the FHA states, As president of the FHA I will do my best to make next year one of the fun-eHoward and two sons years for each girl who is of George Kaysville were Memorial day a member of this club. visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Howard. Visitors at the home of st Levan News Mr. and Mrs. Allen Belliston and Mrs. J. L. Belliston entertained the following over the week end: Larry D. Christiansen of Michigan City, Indiana; Dr. and Mrs. Richard Parkin and family and Alice Mr. Christiansen of Layton; and Mrs. Paul Lunt and family of Sandy; Mr. and Mrs. Miles Anderson, Mrs. Paul Caldwell, anc! Mrs. Bryce Christensen daughter Karla of Gunnison Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Linton and sons of Provo; Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Clayton from Bountiful and Mrs. Leslie Randle of Eureka. Bishop and Mrs Ralph Chase PROBATE AND GUARDIAN. Thursday were Mrs. Trenna B. SHIP NOTICES. Consult Butterfield of American Fork, Visitors on at Memorial Clerk or Day County Respective and Mr. Mrs. Floyd Butand Edthe home of Mr. and Mrs. Signers for Additional Information. gar Christensen were Mr. and terfield of Salt Lake City. Mrs. E. L Jenkins, Mrs. Alice NOTICE TO CREDITORS Mrs. Janet Davis and Mrs. Jacobsen Memorial day guests at the and Mrs. Frank Marilyn Hanson of Bountiful Estate of Leora C. Belliston, Thacker, all of Salt Lake City, home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark visited Saturday afternoon at deceased and Thomas Clifton Mr. and Mrs. Alma Davis and Greenhalgh were her brother in of Mr. and Mrs. Vem home son law and the of and Mrs. Mr. sister, Rodney They Murray. Belliston, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouch, also visited with Elmo Tun- George Hawkins of Bountiful Davis. and Mrs. Sylvia Musig, mother ers to the undersigned at the bridge. On Wednesday evening Mr. of Mrs. Greenhalgh and Mrs office of Will L. Hoyt, AttornMrs. Chester Foote atand They were enroute tended the Week end visitors at the Hawkins. ey at Law, Nephl, Utah, on or graduation exercises to MonMrs. in home Musiks before the 18 day of August, home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. at the Springville High School, roe. 1969. Claims must be presented Bendixen were Mrs. Ramona where their granddaughter, in accordance with the provis- Hoyt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Earl Howard had as her Sandra Knight, was a graduions of Sec. Utah Code Nelson Lindhardt and family visitors over the Memorial day ate. Sandra is the daughter of Annotated 1953, with proper of Granger, and Christian Ben- week Mrs. Boyd Coombs Mr. and Mrs. Max Knight. end, verification as required therein. dixen, a student at the BYU. and three children of Granger, John Gordon Belliston Christian left Sunday for his Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Park and Memorial day visitors at the Administrator home in Columbus, Ohio for children of Layton, and Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Perry the summer months. He is the Newell Bracken and children of home C. Hall were Mr. and Mrs. Dates of publication: May 15, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ben- Lindon. Lynn Hall and family of Fort 22 and 29 and June 5, 1969, in dixen. Duchesne, and Mss Louise Hall The Times-New- s, Mrs. DaVeda as Davis Utah. had Nephi, On Memorial day, Miss Phyl- her dinner guests on Memorial of Salt Lake City. lis Beard had as her guests for day: Mr. and Mrs. Herman Week end guests at the home lunch, Mr. and Mrs. Nello Vickers, and Mr. and Mrs. W. of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Greenand Lewis Lowe of E. Lamb of Salt Lake City, and were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Springville, Mr. and Mrs. Doyle Mr. and Mrs. Glen D. Lamb of halgh and children of Greenhalgh and family of Nephi, Provo. Beard Granger, Mr. and Mrs. Glade Miss Jennie Kirkham of Nephi, N. W. Olson of Blackfoot, Greenhalgh and family of MidMr. and Mrs. Woodrow Beard. Idaho visited on Monday with vale. On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. H. his sister, Mrs. DaVeda Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald GreenRay Francom attended sacra- On Tuesday of last week, Mr. halgh were In Richfield Wedment meeting in the Hunter and Mrs. Joseph E. Olson of nesday evening to attend the Eighth ward, where Mr. Fran- St. George were guests at the High School graduation exer-vice- s, com blessed and named their home of Mrs. Davis. where their grandson, 24 th great grandchild, the son at- Danny Greenhalgh, was a gradB. Velma Hansen Mrs. of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Mad. the Bonneville High uate. Danny is son of Mr. and sen. They also were overnight tended They School graduation exercises on Mrs. Taryl Greenhalgh. visitors at the home of Mr. and also visited at the home of Mr. Her grandThursday evening. Mrs. Leon Madsen in Orem, and Sanders, a and Mrs. Taryl Greenhalgh, visited on Monday with other daughter, Charlotte Gail where they saw their new great Model AGKS105A members of their family: Mr. daughter ofof Mr. and Mrs. one grandson. was Sanders Riverdale, SOM BTUHr. Proand Mrs. Blaine Norton of of the graduates. vo, Mr. and Mrs. Earl FranVisitors over the Memorial Cost Cooling! com at Springville and with Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kirgan day week end at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Francom had as their visitors over the Mr. and Mrs. Reed Greenhalgh and family. Easy To Install! week end: Miss Kathy Kendall were their son and daughter in of Levan, and Mr. and Mrs. law, Mr. and Mrs. Nell GreenLEXAN Molded Case Gary Kirgan and family of Salt halgh and three children of Hill home the end at Week guests Rust Ever! Wont Air Force Base. and Mrs. J. E. Hansen Lake City. Mr. of Washable, Reusable Air were Mr. and Mrs. Harry OlFilter sen and family of Ogden, and Ultra Quiet Rotary on Memorial day, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Stephensen and son of Compressor Use on 115 Volt Circuit Riverton, and Mr. and Mrs. Mel vin Norberg of Salt Lake City visited at the Hansen home. 75-9-- 5, Sud-wee- Fashionette Room Air Conditioner , Morgan and family, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Golden and family of Henderson, Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Golden and family of Bountiful, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Golden and family of Spanish Fork, and Mr. and Mrs. Rue Golden. Memorial day visitors at the home of Mrs. T G. Fowkes were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Trowbridge of Lakewood, California, Mr, and Mrs. Warren Pickering and three daughters of Provo, Mr. and Mrs. Clair Norton and Mrs. Thelma Norton of Heber, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Norton and son of Provo, Mrs. Vivian Wing and Charles Black of Hunter, Mrs. Paul Belliston and two daughters of Orem, Mr. and Mrs. Delwin Shepherd and two sons and daughter of Levan; Mrs. Marva Olsen of Fountain Green; Mr. and Mrs. Don Fowk-e- s of Midvale; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Broadhead of Clearfield; Mrs. Ruth Howard, Mrs. Olive Broadhead, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Fowkes and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Llewellyn and family of Nephi. Mr. and Mrs Chester Foote spent Sunday In Ephraim with Mr. and Mrs. Dick Bailey and family. srtswfiH Miss Eileen Goble Engagement Told Mrs. Lloyd R. Goble an- nounces the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter, Erma Eileen, to Roy Homer Jenkins, son of Mr. and Mrs. Homer M. Jenkins. The young couple are planning a July 28th wedding. Miss Goble has attended the Juab High School and is a graduate of Juab Stake LDS Seminary. Mr. Jenkins Is a graduate of Juab High School and is a graduate of Utah Trade Technical College at Provo. 4-- Nephi Hews Briefs BUILDERS' SUPPLY Mrs. Earl Hawkins spent three days last week In the Utah Valley Hospital for minor Fill Dirt Backhoe - Loader Good Sand Trucking Service Clarence PhiDipsen 9 East Third South Phone Nephi Insured CALL 623-055- 22 beer cookery Find out how to make delicious everyday dishes with beer such as beer meat loaf, beer chicken, beer sausages and beer cake. And then there are Send in this coupon for our pamphlet of free recipes on cooking with beer. such gourmet treats as rarebits and Carbonnades Flamandes. Beer cookery is as traditional as yesterday... as modern as tomorrow. Beer adds a real flavor treat. COAL ITS AN IDEA DECORATIONS FIRST SECURITY BANKAMERICARD If welcomed for cooking with beer. Send me my free pamphlet. Neme . Street . City. 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Boatswains mate R. Niven Damon, left, pro vldes bearing from direction finder while fellow boatswains mate Ronald A. Hansfield performs the chart work. gjgj, HOME H FOR INTERVIEW Learn the secrets of CAR-WASCOUNTRY CUZZIN Is coming to your area. Franchise opening soon. Fantastic returns, minimum investment. Property investment not necessary. Write P. O. Box 557. Kent Wadh. 9803L POSITIONS NOV OPEN FOR PROFESSIONAL NURSES HOUSEKEEPER LAUNDRESS NURSES AIDS KITCHEN HELP Memorial day visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs.E. C, Malmgren were Mrs. Pearl Ault and granddaughter of American Fork, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Durant, Mrs. Velma Neilsen of Murray, and Mrs. May Mooney of Glendale, California. PLUMBING D SOON Mrs. Carter pointed out that a highlight of the trip was a visit to the straw market, where all types of straw merchandise items are displayed and sold. The club members also enjoyed colored Slides of the islands. Present were Margaret Whit.e Jane Bean, Lenore Heppler, Lucy Sanders, Ginger White, Maxine Parkin, Stella Garrett and Bertha Winn. low $99.95 GC3 CHEAT New Concept, Ideal for Sururban or Small Towns Mrs. William Bosh and three sons and Mrs. Donna Day of Kearns visited Friday and SatNephi News Briefs urday with Mrs. Hazel Bosh. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Taylor On Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Keith and family of Springville, and Bosh of Ogden were visitors at Mr. and Mrs. Glade VanNosdol the Bosh home. of Payson spent Memorial day with Mrs. Leonard Belliston. Mrs. Belliston accompanied Mr. and Mm. Van Nosdol to Payson and visited at their home over the week end. Tree Topping Page Three Of Nassau, Bahamas surgery. Memorial day visitors at the home of Mrs. A. J. Bowers were Mr. and Mrs Melvin Mon-the- y and son and daughters of Salt Lake City and Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Murray Mrs. Arthur Bowers of Payson. returned to their home by plane Tuesday after a trip to Huntsville, Alabama and New York City. At Huntsville, Mr. Murray ordained his son, Fancher Murray, a high priest after he had been sustained as a member of the Huntsville Ward bishopric. Fancher Is an acoustical engineer for Wyle Corp., testing plant for nuclear From Huntsville, equipment. Mr. and Mrs. Murray went by train to New York City where they enjoyed a tour of the city. Some of the points of Interest they visited included the Bowery, Hlppyland and the buildings of Manhattan. - FRANCHISE OPENING The Lady Lions Club met at Mlckelsons Cafe recently with Stella Garrett and Bertha Winn as hostesses. The tables were decorated with purple and white iris. Vice President Lenore Heppler was in charge of the meeting and prayer was by Maxine Parkin. Special guest was Mrs. Floyd Carter who told of her recent trip, with her husband, to Nassau and the Bahama Islands. She pointed out that the Bahama Island belongs to the British, however they have their own governor. The Islands are basically a mecca for tourists and have a great historical value. Mrs. Carter Stated that the temperature varies between 70 and 80 degrees year around. ? V- Lady Lions Enjoy Report On Beauties j Mr. and Mrs. William How arth had as their visitors over the week end, their daughter in law, Mrs. Jack Howarth and daughter Carolyn of Susanvllle, California. On Memorial day, their son In law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Greaves and children of Salt Lake City were guests at the Howarth home. Mrs. Greaves will be remem bered as June Howarth. 1969 Overseas, tool It buys 'most everything everywhere. You gst only one monthly statement covering everything. Delayed payments, if desired. If you don't have a BankAmericard pick cp an application at any First Security Sank or participating merchant f A First Security BankAmericard is FREE to everyone with a good credit standing. A . i md Dcarnd by ImkAanriw !