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Universal Microfilming Corp. B ox 2608 Salt For your convenience, a Hmes-New- s City, Utah 8U110 Service All-Ho- ur all-hou- rs Lake coin-operat- newspaper vendor Is at The front entrance. Nephi, Jhab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, May 20, Single Copy 10c 1971 Volume 62, Number 20 Nephi Jaycees Named States Outstanding Unit The Nephi Jaycees, organization of active young men of the community, was awarded the trophy for the Best All Around Chapter in the State at the convention held last week end at Park City. This is the highest honor given at the convention. In addition, the Nephi Jaycees won five first place awards, three second places and a third place. Larry Harmon, former president of the Nephi Jaycees and of the Nebo District, won the position of national director for a one year term, and Richard May, currently president of the Nephi organization, was elected Nebo District President and selected as one of five outstanding presidents of the past year. The Jaycees failed by a slim margin to attain the number one club ranking in the parade of cities, but did earn the number two spot for their efforts in many fields of community service during the past year. In addition to Mr. Harmon and Mr. May, Arvile Hap White of the Nephi organization was elected a state director. His term is for one year. NJC Director Harmon will have charge of all Jaycees units from Lehi to St George, with the exception of the Nebo district. Under Jaycee organization rules, the National Director does not have jurisdiction over his own district Mr. Harmon has served in many capacities in the local organization, as well as the Nebo District He was chairman of the committee which directed the organization of the new unit at Moroni recently. Categories of contest in which the Nephi Club scored first included: Inter-clu- b relations; Ways and Means; Public relations; Community Involvement and Government Involvement Second place trophies were won on the project of the year. International involvement chapter management and individual involvement A third place award was won on youth assistance. Attending the convention from Nephi were Mr. and Mrs. Richard May, Mr. and Mrs. Vard White, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Sperry, Mr. and Mrs. Arvile (Hap) White, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Barnes, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Steele, Mr. and Mrs. John Ludlow, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Ludlow, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Harmon. The convention was held at the recreational city of Park City, and was under auspices of the Salt Lake City Jaycees organization. IN EXERCISES scheduled for Wednesday evening. May 26, this Juab High School Graduating Class will receive diplomas as they complete 12 years of schooling. High School, Seminary Rites Scheduled Seminary Services Sunday and Graduation exercises for three-yea- r four-yegraduates of the Juab Stake Seminary will be conducted Sunday at 2 p.m. at the Juab Stake House, according to announcement by Bishop Vaughn J. Paxman, principal of the Seminary. Guest speaker for the graduation rites will be Mrs. Edna J. Cazier, who taught in the Seminary here for many years n She is a former Nephi lady who now resides in Salt Lake City. She served as State Representative from Juab County, and was an active civic club member. Theme for the exercises will be The Strength of Youth and will feature student talks by Dennis Hoyt, Karen Green-halgScott Christensen and Faye Robison. Remarks of welcome will be by Principal Paxman and introduction of the speaker will be by Joseph G. Christensen, Instructor. Prayers will be by David Wilkey and Glen Paystrup, and introduction of the theme will be by Becky Pay, president of the Seminary student body. Musical selections will be by Paula Newell and David Spencer. Graduates as listed by Principal Paxman, for tihe three-yeprogram, are: Nephi First Ward Ellen Belliston, Mike Carter, Dan Fausett, Bruce Hall, Carol Ludlow, James Kendall, LynNae Otteson, Becky Park, Janet Pace, SuzAnne Shaw, Laurel Taylor, Thomas Truscott, Peggy Lynn Cowan. Nephi Second Ward K. Brent Andersen, Gail Belliston, Betty Dean Coats, Debbie Deatherage, Karen Lou Green-halgJanet Hill, Wesley Jepson, Clark Johnson, Jill Memmott, Annalee Olpin, Lynn Stephensen, Patricia Tidwell. Nephi Third Ward Machael Bowles, Jeff Bowles, Von Bowles, John Orme, Geri Lyn Ostler, Terrance Parkin, Walter Pew, Debbie Schwartz, David Spencer, Craig Sperry, Linda Warren, David Wilkey. Colleen Bird, Nephi Fourth Ward John Bracken, Steven C. Eyre, Janice Fackrell, Peggy Jackson, Cathleen Lew-ellyBill Painter, Connie Sudweeks, De Anne Worwood. Levan Ward Lexie Carter, Loretta Chase, Mark Williams, Mary Ellen Worwood. Mona Ward Scott Christensen, La Mont J. Dansie Jr., Mary Lou Ewell, Wayne Fowkes, Shirlene Keyte, Paula Newell, Nancy Neilsen, Connie Newton, Lesa Newton. Honor students will be noted on the graduation programs. Graduates of the four-yea- r program are: Mona Ward Randy Carter, Kevin L. Stanley, Kent C. Wilkerson, Nancy Ann Fowkes. Levan Ward Ted Bosh, Dennis Hoyt, Ava Jackman, Patty Mangelson, RoseAnn Marshall, Glenn Paystrup, Janice Shepherd, Mary Louise Taylor, Ellen Williams and Karla Williams. Nephi Fourth Ward Joan Bateman, Jackie Birchfield, Janet Greenwood, Barbara Koye Jackson, Jaynette Jones, Sharon Kay, Leona Leafty, Rebecca Ann Pay, Faye Robison, Dennis Stuart, Brent Worwood. Nephi Third Ward Sheryl Belliston, Larry M. Garrett, Marilyn Rosqulst, Richard Stowell, Charlotte Vickers. Nephi Second Ward Val Barnes, Susan Goble, DeAnn Jarrett, Chazel Memmott, E. Lynn Wilson. Jeanette BlackNephi First Ward ett, Steven W. Sperry, Gavlon Steiner, Debra Park and Mary Lou Wetherell. Four-yea- r honor students also will be noted on the graduated program. Elementary School PTA Elections Set ar rs well-know- h, ar AWARDS WON by the Nephi Jaycees at the recent state convention are shown by Phil Sperry, left and Richard May. Services Held for Nephi Young Lady Funeral services were conducted Mon- day at the Nephi Fourth Ward chapel for Trudy Hope Williams, 20, daughter of Dennis Stuart Winner of DaKalb Agriculture Award Dennis Stuart has been announced as the winner In the 1971 DeKalb Agriculture Accomplishment award. The award is given to the outstanding senior in vocational agriculture department Dennis was chosen to receive this award on the basis of scholarship, leadership and his supervised farming program. Dennis is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Russell Kay Stuart of Nephi, and attends Juab High School. He has been secretary and vice president of the FFA. Dennis has been a member of the land judging team that competed in the National contest in Oklahoma City In 1970, and also was a member erf the range judging team that placed first in the western region, comprising the 12 western states. This year he has been a member of the state winning Parliamentary! Procedure team, and the state winning agricultural mechanics team. Dennis has had an outstanding sheep project and has won numerous trophies and ribbons when showing his sheep in various shows in the state. Dennis plans on attending the Southern Utah State College in Cedar City where he plans to major In agriculture business. Mr. and Mrs. John Jule Williams. The young lady died at Juab County Hospital Thursday of natural causes. She was bom April 14, 1951 at Nephi, daughter of John Jule and Ramona Jensen Williams. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da-y Saints. Survivors are her parents, Nephi; two brothers and a sister Michael Williams, Salt Lake City; Danny and Becky Williams, Nephi; grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Morris, Nephi and Mrs. Cleo Coombs, Moroni. Burial at the Vine Bluff cemetery was directed by Anderson Funeral Home. Mayor Sherwood Proclaims Saturday as Poppy Day WHEREAS, the American Legion Auxiliary since 1921 has sponsored Poppy Day as a memorial to American war dead, and as a tribute to disabled servicemen, and WHEREAS, the American Legion Auxiliary traditionally observes Poppy Day during the month of May as time to emphasize the importance of honoring veterans of both World Wars, the Korean War and the Vietnam Conflict, now THEREFORE, I, Elden C. Sherwood, Mayor of Nephi, Utah do hereby proclaim May 22, 1971 as American Legion Auxiliary Poppy Day in the city of Nephi and urge that all citizens support this organization in their dedication to the lofty purposes of this program. Signed: ELDEN C. SHERWOOD Mayor. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Belllston of Pendleton, Oregon were recent visitors at the home of his aunt, Mrs. P. N. The Elementary School Parent-TeacheAssociation will hold an election of officers meeting on Friday at 4 p.m. at the Elementary School auditorium. A program will be presented and refreshments served. Parents and teachers are encourged to be in attendance. Two parties, the blue and the gold, have selected candidates for offices: Blue party candidates are Betty Motes for president; Juanita Esplin as vice president; Shirlene Newell as secretary and Sarah Neilsen as treasurer. Ruth Howard is candidate for president on the gold party, with DaNell Worwood as candid-Hat- e for vice president, Sharon Christensen as secretary and Diane Ballow as treasurer. 5 Because of Seminary graduation, the Priesthood meeting and the High Priests Quorum meeting will not be held this month, it was announced by the Stake Presidency. JHS Rites Wednesday Themed to Weve Only Just Begun, graduation rites for the Juab High School will be conducted on Wednesday evening at 8 p.m. at the Juab High School auditorium, it has been announced by Kirk Wright, Principal. The commencement evercises will include: Processional, graduates; musical reading, Jackie Birchfield; address of welcome, Class President David Carter; invocation, Loa Chambers; presentation of theme, Mary Lou Wetherell; student talks, Janet Greenwood, DeAnn Jarrett Clubs to Honor Graduates The Federated Womens Clubs of Ne-h- i are honoring the girl graduates of Juab Hlgh School at a luncheon to be held on Thursday evening, May 20 at The the Fourth Ward Cultural Hall. luncheon will begin at 7:30 p.m. A program will follow the luncheon, and each girl will receive a framed photograph of herself. All girls, mothers and federated club women are invited. n, clude JoAnn Chapman, education; Chris- tine Shaw, business; Carolyn Carter, humanities, arts and social sciences. n; Graduates as listed by Principal Wright are: K. Brent Andersen, Hal David Anderson, Brad F. Ballow, ValDee Barnes, Randy H. Blackett, Ted Leon Bosh, Jay Michael Bowles, Jeffery E. Bowles, David Leon Carter, Randy E. Carter, Gary Christensen, Larry M. Garrett, Kim Hall, Scott Hermansen, Glendon LeRay Hill, Dennis Hoyt, Don Clark Jarrett, Richard Jenkins, Wesley Jepson, Richard W. Kay, Rodney Ostler, Terrance H. Parkin, Larry B. Pay, Glenn Hal Paystrup, David Kent Shepherd, David Sperry, Steven William Sperry, Kevin L. Stanley, Gaylon V. Steiner, Richard C. Stowell, Dennis J. Stuart, Thomas Truscott, Kent C. Wilkerson, James Eugene Wilkey, Danny Williams, Ernest Lynn Wilson, Ronald Brent Worwood, Dennis Worwood; Joan Bateman, Sheryl Jean Belliston, Jacqueline Edwina Birchfield, Jeanette Lexie Lee Carter, Loa Lanae Chambers, Nancy Ann Fowkes, Susan Goble, Janet Greenwood, Dora Lee Gustin, Shirlee Harper, Ava J. Jackman, Barbara Koye Jackson, DeAnn Jarrett, Judyth Ann Johnson, Lana Jaynette Jones, Sharon Kay, Leona May Leafty, Patty Jean Mangelson, Betty RoseAnn Marshall, Chazel Memmott, Debra Fern Park, Linda Pay, Rebecca Ann Pay, Jan Pickering, Faye Robison, Marilyn Rae Rosquist, Janice Kay Shepherd, LuAnn Stephenson, Mary Louise Taylor, Charlotte Vickers, Mary Lou Wetherell, Barbara. Jen Williams, Ellen Williams, Karla i. Williams. The top ten honor students will be noted on the graduation programs. h, Names of Utah State UniverLogan sity students who achieved the honor roll for the winter quarter have been announced by Dr. Claude J. Burtenshaw, vice president for student affairs. Students from Nephi on the honor roll In- class song; student talks Charlotte Vickers, Sharon Kay; selection, girls chorale group; student talks, Kevin Stanley, Judy Johnson; presentation of scholarships, Becky Pay; class history, Sheryl Bellis-4omedley of themes, Debra Park; presentation of graduates, Principal Wright; acceptance of graduates, Superintendent Ralph W. Menlove; presentation of diplomas, K. J. Sperry, President of oBard of Education; taps and reveille, Susan Goble; recessional. Olsen Heads Lions Donald Olsen, manager of the Whiting Brothers Service Station at Nephi has been elected president of the Nephi Lions Club for the 2 club year. Mr. Olsen will succeed Leo Christensen, local Chevron Oil distributor, at the installation services in June. Other officers named ars Boyd How-art- h of Pexton Wholesale Company, first vice president, Blaine Belliston, foreman at Gates Rubber Company, second vice president; Clarence C. Cowan, Utah State Department of Highways safety official, third vice president. Don F. Gadd was elected Lion Tamer, and Jay C. Mickel-soTail Twister. Mr. Gadd owns Western Tire & Auto Supply, and Mr. Mick-elso- n owns Mickelson Cafe. Other officers named are Earl Bowles, Juab School district teacher, as secretary; Miles A. Anderson of Anderson Funeral Home, treasurer; Don Eyre and Duane Sperry, directors. Mr. Eyre is distributor for Texaco, and Mr. Sperry is Juab County Sheriff. The club also voted to amend the election procedure so that the first vice president will succeed to the club presidency. 1971-197- n, Steven Eyre Walter Pew Craig Sperry Six Selected For Boys State Six young men from Nephi have been selected to attend the annual Boys State, to be held at the Utah State University campus June 6 to 12. Under sponsorship of the Kiwanis Club of Nephi, three boys will be attending: William Painter, son of Mr. and Mrs. James L. Painter; Craig Sperry .son of Bishop and Mrs. K, J. Sperry and Walter Pew, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Pew. Steven Eyre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Eyre, will attend under sponsorship of the Nephi Lions Club. Rodney Lunt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Lunt, and Scott Tolley, son of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Tolley will attend with sponsorship by the Ute Stampede Committee. James W. Shaw, son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack E. Shaw, has for the past three years been selected from District 4 of the American Legion as Senior Advisor for the group in Logan. Fathers, Sons Outing Set The Fathers and Sons Outing will be held Friday evening and Saturday. Camp-ou- t Friday night will be at Singletree Camp on the Boulder mountain, and a chuck wagon breakfast also will be served there. Saturday morning will be spent at Capitol Reef. Those needing additional information are asked to contact their ward bishop.