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NephJ, Juab County, Utah 84648, Thursday, May 23, NEPHI MERCHANTS ALWAYS DESERVE t YOUR SUPPORT All TEMPLE WORKERS x, n; Replacing on State route 95 in Ohio, the engineers constructed a new steel truss spans, and bridge of three set It up Just where they wish It, over dry land. Then they proceeded to divert the waters of the Tuscarawas river for a distance of 2,500 feet and sent them under the Coshocton county, 140-fo- new bridge. Officials Announce Scholarship Winner 4-- H 4-- H Chivaree Party In Honor of Newly Married Couple of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Wankier. Mrs. Reuben Mangelson went to Spring vile last Friday. She was called home on account of the serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Amos Hatfield. A splendid program was rendered last Sundey evening by the members of the Genaloglcal committee of the Levan Ward. The program was as follows: Opening song, ion; Prayer, James E. Taylor; Vocal Duet Grace Christensen and Christiana Stephensen; Piano solo Jtnaette Shepherd; Vocal duet, Florence Rosequist and Chloe WinInstrumental duet. Russell ters; Talks were c.r.d Elbert Gardner. given by Mrs. Martha Shepherd and Hans Anderson. Remarks by Bishop E. P. Peterson. Benediction, C P. Winters. The following friends were entertained last Wednesday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Jack-maMrs. Helen Benedict. Mrs. Emma Jackman, Mrs. Arvilla Taylor, Mr. and Mrs. Mans E. Jennings, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bosh, Mr. and Mrs. Marion Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Mangelson. Mr. and Mrs. Alma Dalby, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Jackman, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Jackman. A delicious luncheon was con-tre- Information has just been ived from the government feed loan office at Fargo, North Dakota, to the effect that feed loans are again available to farmers, and that applications will be received from drouth areas until February 29th. During November and December feed loans amounting to approxi-niatel- y ten thousand dollars were leceived by farmers and stockmen of Juab County. Many more rece- As Mrs Ernest Foote of Nephi spent A. C. a few days of last week at the home Student Life, official paper of the Utah State Agricultural College makes the announcement of the formation of a new journalistic On Monday evening, February 8, fraternity at the college. Lois Lunt, 7.30 at the city hall, The American of Nephi and feature writer on the was named presiLegion Auxiliary will present a Bi- college newspaper, centennial program to which the dent of the organization, which is, the Lambda Rho. .blic is invited, Miss Lunt has taken a real active v Sometime ago the Auxiliary offerher ed a prize for the best essay on part is school affairs during to in and addition career, college a Junior written by Washington, Student feature of writer the being school the and prize student, high Life" she wrote the music for the winning essay will be read in ad- rolllege musical-comed- y "The Kam-pt- is to to numbers dition other splendid a is She Senior, and Kaprice." be presented. receive her degree from the This program is under the direct- will A. C. this spring. ion of Mrs. Geneva Tolley, chair- U. man of the committee on Americanization. rs hesitated to apply for loans because of a probability of having enough feed to see them thru. The winter has been harder than was expected and a numbr of stock-me- n lamented that they did not take advantage of the feed loan when it was available. The only change being made in the regulation is that the amount per head will only be advanced for three months instead of five months as was the case for the first loans. In other words the maximum rate on cattle and horses Is $3.00 per head per month for 3 months or a total of $9.00 per head for feed. On sheep 30 cents per head per month for 3 months or a total of $3.00. These loans are limited to 20 head of cattle, 6 work horses, 100 sheep, and 10 brood sows. The necessary application blanks (Continued on Page 8) patriotic program will be given at the regular Relief Society meeting in the South Ward next Tuesday afternoon. The porgram, under the direction of Mrs. Dennis Wood ncludes: Patriotic vocal solo, Mrs . wise Pyper; Short talks. "Abra-ItuLincoln. P. N. Anderson, and George Washington," Eva Powell; Reading, Blanche Broadhead; Vocal selection Lula Stephenson and company; Reading. Mrs. Lillian Linton m Salt Creek Camp To Meet Friday Evening The Salt Creek Camp, D. U. P. 'will meet at the home of Mrs. Amos Irons, Friday. February 12. at 7.30 P. M. The following program has been outlined: Prayer, Chaplain Lilly B. Sparkes; Vocal Solo, Vivian Hoyt; Lecture, Catherine Bowes; Lund History, Mrs. John Pitt; Rhtrler Irons. In-Ho- ln The home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Powell was the scene of an enjoyable affair Monday evening when they entertained at a Progressive Rook party. Dinner was served at o'clock. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stephenson, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Jenkins, Mrs. W. P. P.rmirh. Mr and Mrs. Frank Warner. Mr and Mrs. Dan Nielson. Miss Grace Linton of Provo and the host and hoo's Mr and Mrs. Powell. The outstanding favorite In the Nebo division, Juab high school of Nephi came through their last game of the first half at Payson last Friday night, scoring a win over the Payson high school Lions. The game started with the Pay-so- n team leading the fight, outplaying the local team in the first minutes. The score at the end of the first quarter stood 3 for the Lions. In the second period, the Nephi cagers came back with that smooth style of play that predominated in their win over Springville the week before. At the half time, the score stood 14-- 7 In favor of the Nephites and the third quarter The final score was 22-for the Nephites. The entire Nephi team played a clean style of ball, and the passing attack of the team worked practically perfect. Strom was by far the outstanding player on the Payson team, while the members of the Juab team kept up team work rather than starring for personal points. 5-- 22-1- 2. the principal Harry Beagley, speaker gave several illustrative points as to city betterment and beautification. He brought out the fact that what we need in our present situation is a pioneer spirit, together with modern ideas. He emphasized the pioneer spirit, to show that we should not follow the old routine year after year, but that we should pioneer, Into new ways of city betterment using foresight such as the Pioneers themselves did in making their conditions better to live in. He brought out the fact that we should capitalize on the name of our city, The Wheat City; that we should have an exhibit placed in a conspicuous location, displaying the wheat grown in this section, together with its and other Interesting things about wheat. Mr. Beagtree planting, ley also advised beuatification and sanitation the homes and premises within the city. District Trustee J. Earl Reid gave a report of the convention at Idaho Falls which he attended recently. He reported a very successful convention and that eighteen out of the twenty-thre- e clubs in this district were represented . Friday evening he attended a model dinner in charge of the Idaho Falls dub. Saturday was devoted to reports and addresses of retiring and incoming officers, and also of the international representative. The principal points stressed at this convention were better cooperation with vocational guidance and work, stimulating boys and clubs, and selling memgirls bers of the club the Ideals and alms of Kiwanis In order that they may be better able to carry out their part of the wonderful work this child-welfa- On my honor, I will do my best 1. To do my duty to God and my country and obey the scout law; 2. To help' other people 3. To keep myself at all physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight. Assembled in their troop meetings, inter-troo- p tournaments or jamborees, half a million boys of America tomorrow's citi?ens will solemnly repeat the scout law A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thritfy, Reverent. Throughout America, fifty thousand men, who realize that the manhood of tomorrow depends upon the boyhood of today, are unselfishly devoting their time, talents and energy, to the work of Boy Lcouts of America. A splendid combination of play, study and useful activity, has been arranged that appeals to all boys and substitutes many endeavor for gang mis- chief. Scouting has been approved by all the churches, and in Utah has been so well organised and maintained that Utah has the greatest boy scout enrollment per capita of any state in the Union. Is the finest boy program yet devised. It substitutes the troop meeting, under the leadership of man sle-te- a and trained for the work, for the ing on the streets and In the dark places. d 4-- H gang meet- Parents, where are your toys? Ar? you encouraging them to attend scout meeting, or enrouracing them to remain away to attend pang meeting instead? nous local All residents of Juab County desiring to receive information on the filing and filling out of individual Income reports to the State of Utah may receive such information by attending meetings at either 2 P. M. or 7.30 P. M. Tuesday, February 9, in the County Courthouse. Dell B. Stringham, a representative of the State Tax commission and Howard P. Leatham, tax commissioner will be in Nephi on that day for the purpose of giving Information concerning the individual reports. The two men are making a trip through the counties of Utah, following requests from various sections of the state for such information. The meetings are to be held in the court room at the court house, and all people having trouble with any phase of the report are urged to be in attendance during either the afternoon or evening of Feb. 9. The two men will discuss phases of the report that have been causing the greatest concern. Although they will primarily discuss the more complicated divisions of the report, they will invite questions on any phases that are misunderstood by the taxpayers. Tentative Program Arranged Monday The tentative program for the George Washington on February 22, was formed at a meeting of representatives of the civic clubs and other organizations held In the city hall Monday evening. The activities of the day will begin with a National Broadcast from the headquarters of the National Celebration In Washington, D. C. at 10 A. M. Mountain time. Immediately following the program, at 11.30 a salute will be fired by members of Battery E and a parade of all organizations of the city will be held. A band concert by the high school band at 7.00 will be the beginning of the evenings entertainment. At 7.30 a patriotic meeting will be held In the high school auditorium with the following porgram being given: Band selection, J. H. S. band; Invocation; Salute To The Flag; American Creed; Vocal numbers. Ladies Fidelis Choral Club and Male Chorus; Reading of prize winning essay on Patriotic subject, by student winning contest: Dance, Minuet; Address, Celebration; One-aplay; and Community singing of America. Mayor P. B. Cowr.n is to be master ct of ceremonies. Fort Wall Camp D. U. P. To Mee t On Feb. 12 The Fort Wall Camp of the D. U. P. will hold their meeting Friday, February 12, at the home of Mrs. Nephites Attend Funeral Cleo Reid. An Interesting program of Mrs. John Kirgan wil be glvn as follows: Song, America, Members; Prayer, Chaplain Funeral services were held Friday Elizabeth Linton; Histry of Mormon in the Glenwood Ward chapel for Trail, Daughter Elizabeth Ostlerj Mrs. John Kirgan. The following Biographical sketch of Abrahm Nephi people attended the funeral: coin, Sadie Howard: Blogaphlo sketch of George Washington, A. P. Christiansen, Wilford Bellis-toRichard Greenland, Earl Wor- Powell; Vocal solo, "The Flag WIL, Mrs. Mable thington, George Ingram, Mr. and out a Stain Mrs. S. F. Memmott, Mrs. John Reading, The Minuet, Betty Blackett, Angus Haynes, Donna wan; Dance, The Minuet Kirgan, Alice Haynes, Mrs. Blanche Harris, Ruth Hall and Ida J4 Musical Matley, Miss Ruth Haynes, Clinton Harris; selection, Melti Kirgan, Mr. and Mrs. Laron Wil- Golden. All member! are Invited. son, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Salisbury. n, Ljl Nephi Girl Given Honor At B. Y. University Brave, Clean, Scouting re club is doing. Miss Eunlece Brough gave a fine piano solo and H. L. Mangelson won the attendance prize. Kiwanis Publicity Com. times; . Mr. and Mrs. Oral Bosh entertained a number of friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bosh Monday evening. A dainty lunch Includwas served to twenty-fou- r ing the host and hostess. Following is the conjoint program to be given Sunday night in the Levan Ward. Two musical numbers from the Boy Scout department; quartette. Alvin Steph-tnse- n and company; music by the string band; Talk on Free Agency. Hans Anderson; Reading. Ruby Ruby Mortensen; Song. N'eldon Stephensen and, brothers; Insru-- r rental music. Elbert Gardner and company; Reading, Lola Wood iding. From Payson High February is the anniversary month of scouting. All thru the nation the Boy Scouts of America will be holding special exercises, troop meetings, tournaments, jamboreees and flag exercises. On February 8th every scout In the country, at a set time, is expected to renew his pledge: at served. Interesting and instructive program given by the Membership comitteee, with E. R. Shaw pres- Local Team Wins SCOUTING n: Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nielsen were chivareed Tuesday evening at their home. After disturbing them from thir peaceful slumbers, best wishes spiced with good advice were given Rook was the feature of the evening. Luncheon was served to the folowins. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Mem-mot- t. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stephenson. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Powell, Mr. and Msr. Harry Beaeley Mr. and Mrs. Heber Jenkins, Mr and Mrs. Frank Warner, Miss Grace Linton of Provo and the guests of honor, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Nielsen. At the weekly luncheon of the Nephi Kiwanis Club at the Forrest Hotel Monday, former members of the club were invited. Eleven of these members attended to enjoy-a- n Feed ILamis AvanflaMe Levan News Legion Auxiliary To Sponsor Program A SERVICE STAR TO Le-R- oy LOGAN Miss Merna Lewis of Callao has just been named winner of a $100 Union Pacific scholarship club for outstanding work in work in Juab County. She has been a member of a foods club for four years and a clothing club for two years. The scholarship is awarded each club boys and girls in year to the fourteen counties coming under the Union Pacifics trade territory. Dr. E. G. Titus of the Dips Sugar Company, Salt Lake and Professor J. C. Hogenson of the extension service, Utah State Agriculture College are the examining committee who pass on the applicants. The scholarships are valid if the winner registers at the Utah State Agricultural Colege in home $13,661.68. Other business of the meeting in- economics or agriculture. Don Ingram of Nephi, a sheep cluded the attempt to have the stock owned by local people in the club member, was named as alterPayson plant converted into cash nate for the scholarship. and returned to Nephi. Arrangement for the annual Poultry Receiver Appointed For Day celebration to be given in FebNational Bank ruary on the anniversary of the Nephi opening of the plant was also discussed. Arch R. Jack has been appointed A meeting of the board of direc receiver of the Nephi National tors of the organization is to be held Bank, and took over the affairs of in the near future to complete ar- the bank Monday morning. Mr. rangements and set a date for the Jack comes to Nephi from Delta, annual poultry day celebration. Colorado. A large number of local poultry-me- n were present at the annual At a meeting of the Juab County Dairmens association held in the Juab County Courthouse last Thursday evening. Wilford Bailey was elected president of the organization, with Donald Broadhead, secretary. Directors of the organization as elected at the meeting are: Wii-foBaily, Donald Broadhad, Alma Tranter, George H. Ostler, H. J. Irons Alonzo Ingram, and James McPherson. meeting. The annual report of the secretary-treasurer was submitted and aproved at the meeting and dis- Lois Lunt Is Named cussions concerning the local dairy Club President At organizations were taken up. Be Held On Tuesday J The annual Lincoln Day Colonial Tea and Oratorial contest sponsored by the Nephi chapter of the Service Star Legion will be held Friday, February 12 in the city hall. The following program will be given: Advance of colors; Salute to Flag; American Creed Mrs. Lucille Star Brough; Group Singing; Spangled Banner; Vocal duet, Whitehead and Mrs. Mabel Lunt; Reading of the three winning essays; Vocal solo, L. P. And-rsoCostume Dance, Harris Girls; One act play Village Gossip, directed by Elsa Harris with the following cast: Mrs. Zelnora Ockey, Mrs. Jennie Beck, Mrs. Ida Harris, Grace Jenkins and Elsa Harris. ed Patriotric Program To They Brought the River to This Bridge 5 IPtHkBSGElfflSr A Suitable Record In Every Home, With More Efficient Temple Work Done was adopted as the slogan for the Juab Stake Genealogical workers at a department ot rd DU HOLD ANNUAL TEA at the' regular union meeting Sunall present at the Thirty-simeeting, signed and adopted the week of Celebration anniversary slogan for 1932. of the Boy Scouts of America will was A course of twelve lessons coma big be featured at Nephi by outlined at the meeting to be given at munity meeting Sunday evening in the Seminary bldg, each week, the Stake Tabernacle at which beginning with the lesson on Februscout and scout officials will furary 3. nish the program, and on Monday The first temple excursion from club Kiwanis the Nephi evening the Juab Stake for this year, will will be hosts to all scouts and regbe held to the Manti Temple on istered scouters of Nephi, Levan, 17, and is under the direcFebruary in the at a and Mona big jamboree tion of the Juab Stake Mutual ImJamhigh school gymnasium. The with the provement association, boree staged by the Kiwanis club is ward cooperating. organizations an annual event to which scouts look forward to with enthusiasm also with whetted appetites, since te frolic always ends with the boys' favorite refreshments, hot dogs, red-hand ready. During the course of the public program Sunday evening the District Court of Honor will award badges to scouts who have qualified for advancement. Interest has been more keen and activity greater scouts of Juab District durC. H. Grace was presiing te past winter than ever be- dent of the Nephi Poultrymen, Inc., fore and a largere number of scouts at the annual meeting of the stockhave qualified for merit badges and holders of that organization held in ether advancements. At the last the Juab high school auditorium on session of the District Court of Monday evening. With one excepHonor more than forty boys qualthe entire board was ified for advancement in rank or tion a3 follows: Secretary, Alton Gadd; for merit badges. The newly orgPaul E. Booth; Directors, anized troop at Mona has made treasurer, T. D. Davis, John Richardson, Alremarkable strides under the lead- ton Gadd, Paul E. Booth, Clarence ership of scoutmaster Vernon Oav-i- e H. Warner, C. W. Johnson, of this Of sixteen boys registered, 13 city, Alex Peterson, of Levan and qualified before the court of honor Earl Green of Mona. for second class rank. The annual financial report was troops at Nephi are also by Treasurer Paul E. Booth, given Distmaking fine progess and the showed that for the ten months and rict Court of Honor congratulates has all scout masters on the excellent that the Nephi poultry plant been in operation the local associawyJt 'being done. The following tion has received from the Utah scoutmasters are in charge of the Producers Cooperative Astroops of Juab district: Mona, Ver- Poultry non Davies, scoutmaster, assistant sociation as profit on eggs and feed This money has been apPaul Ellertson; North Ward, Scout- $3,416.30. on interest and principal for master Clayton Beck; Assistant, plied to build the Glade Sanders; Nephi Ward, Scout- a loan and mortgage The Nephi year ago. master, Paul Walker; assistant, Erva local plant anow owns land valued Andrews; South Ward, Scoutmaster association valued at $3,000, the grading plant Ray Powell; Levn, Scoutmaster at $10,455.75 and a railroad spur Carlisle Braithwaite. valued at $203 and with cash on hand of $3.90 leaves the assets of the company beginning 1932 at New 1932 Officers : ALWAYS DESERVE YOUR SUPPORT ADOPT A SLOGAN day. Juab Dairymen Name NEPHI MERCHANTS The News, Vol. 13, No. DU!? IB Six age i Nephi, Juab County, Utah, Thursday, February 4, 1932 5 The Times, Vol. 22, No. 1974-P- State Club Leaders To Be In Nephi Monday Miss Myrtle Davidson, assistant Miss Mabel Wilson, a Junior at State club leader, will be in the Brigham Young University was Nephi, Monday, February 8. KWf named on the honor roll of the Davidson will confer with the counSenior college of that school as an- ty club leaders, and a nounced by Registrar John Hayes meeting will be held In following, the city hall this week. Utah had only two re- at 7 JO P. M. at which time she will presentatives on the list, the re- address boys and girls who have maining five attending school from taken or are Interested in club Nevada and work. Club mem Arizona, Wyoming, are especially 4-- H Idaho. How To Live" Theme of Talk For Tuesday urged to attend. t The annual Velentlne Ball at tti Juab Stake M will b held In the Arlington Hall, jPTidM evening, February 12. This an. nouncement was made wi week by Maurice Chase and LaT.e Harris presidents of the gtak "i Men and Cleaner Girls OrvttZ 7 Ions respectively. The extended a cordial Invitation to be I be held following the HepM tlouc basketball game. present. Men-Glean- '