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'7 1 horse club emphasis is Levan news Peterson on person not the horse attend a share other 4-- r H Mrs. Edna was in Provo on Thursday to mothers and daughters party with Blanche Garrett. Guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Shepherd this week are Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dunroe of T2L Downey, California. Mrs. Ross Harper spent four days in Springville recently with Mr. and Mrs. Phil Diamond. a Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brotherson of Logan visited on Saturday at the home of Mrs. Dulcie Francom. The Times-New- s Nephi, Utah May 20, 1976 the trainFork. They will ing they received at the program with 15 other leaders and members approximately 70 Vinnie and Angus Christensen Earl Francom of Springville currently participating in the was a dinner guest at the H. Ray of Levan and Leo Christensen of program in East Juab County. home on Monday. Nephi visited in Salt Lake City AUTOMOBILE FIRE Jones reports that Dr. Thomas Francom on Sunday with Mrs. Lela Childs. COMMERCIAL horse The is a that BUSINESS explained Mr. and Mrs. H. Ray Francom BOATS vehicle, a means to an end. It re- were in Salt Lake MOTORCYCLES Mr. Chrisand Mrs. James P. City on Monflects in its actions the knowGLASS MOBILES tensen of Levan SNOW to Mr. and funeral and attend services day MOCLE HOMZS ledge and skills learned by its for Dent Mrs. Homer Christensen of Mona BONDS Dalby. club member." rider, the were in Salt Lake City on SaturThe seven OVER 25 YEARS INSURANCE SERVICE IN THIS AREA objectives for Lynn Francom and son Jef- day visiting at the home of Mr. the program are: fery of Provo were visitors on and Mrs. Ross Mower and 1. Develop leadership, initiaK-- J Tuesday at the home of Mr. and family. sportstive, Mrs. H. Ray Francom. On K.J. SPERRY. Agart manship, and other desirable Thursday, Carl Francom of Lehi visitors at the Wood-roSaturday 7 NapM, Utah Phone Mam 61 North of character. traits sends birthBeard home were Mr. and was an overnight guest at the H. The Times-New- s 2. Experience the pride of Mrs. Jerry Beard and daughter Ray Francom home. day greetings to Jenya Jenkins, owning a horse or pony and beKristie of Orem. who was one year old on May ing responsible for its manageMr. and Mrs. Gyde Powell of 15. Jenya is the daughter of Mr. ment. and Mrs. Brad Jenkins of MonNephi spent Sunday afternoon at 3. Develop an appreciation of Mr. and the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. S. roe. Grandparents are horseback riding as a healthy Powell. Salt Creek DUP Mrs. L. Dwane Tidwell and Mr. of recreaform wholesome and and Mrs. Elwood Jenkins, all of holds monthly meet tion. are Nephi. HOME-OWNE- RS 4. Learn skill in horsemanship Mrs. Letha Tidwell and Mr. and Creek busSalt of the of the an and Members understanding Mrs. Thomas P. Kendall, all of Camp of the Daughters of Utah iness of breeding, raising, trainNephi; and Mr. and Mrs. Forris to Pioneers held their monthly ing, working, and showing Recent births the reported Blackburn of Moroni. Times-New- s are; meeting on Monday afternoon at horses. 5. Increase knowledge of safethe home of Mrs. Mildred Brown. The lesson, Trees and Flow- ty precautions to prevent injury. Girl, born April 22 to Mr. and 6. Promote greater love for Mrs. Ralph Don Garfield of ers of Utah was given by MildMona. She will be named Lori red Lunt and Mrs. Mildred animals and a humane attitude NOIUXJ Jan Garfield. Grandparents are Brown gave a history of her toward them. 7. Be better prepared for citMr. and Mrs. Arnon Garfield of grandfather, William Furlsbury Carter. Mona, Mrs. Anna Broadhead, izenship responsibilities through Those attending were Nelda working in groups and supportand Mr. and Mrs. Earl Johnson, all of Nephi. Haney, Ireta Carter, Wanda ing community horse projects Published Thursdays at is Mrs. Carna Peterson of Nephi. Burridge, Lillian Ostler, Delta and activities. Under this program, the adYates, Mildred Brown, Priscilla Nephi, Juab County, Utah. cocoa in Boy, born May 8 to Mr. and Nielson, Lena Warner, Zetta Ly- vantage to the boy or girl who WITH A A Mrs. Dale Jolley of Elberta. He man, Elnora Foote, Elma Cole, can afford a big, expensive WARRANTY... Second class entry at e (UttlNATtS will be named Jared Dale Jolley. Kathryn Shaw, Delta Hedberg, horse and equipment and fancy, Lois Carol Stuart, MAINTINANCI IkMmMD expensive clothes is minimized. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ruth Hansen, Utah 84641 Nephi Latar A Materials Lamont McPherson of Nephi Nielson, Thelia Dimick, Lillian In competition we emphasize was developed over a period of years and is thoroughly field tested. and Roy and Aria Walker of Salt Ostler, Naomi Bailey, Delta grooming, the general condition does not melt under blistering summer Unlike most roof sealants. Lake City. of the horse, and training and Yates, and Chloe Hawkins. sun nor will it harden and crack from winter's ice and snow. Applied with These are are Mrs. Carol Jolley of Elberta, that enters every crack and crevasse and things Subcription rate, showing. spray guns, bonds to the roof metal to effectively eliminate potential leaks and maintenMrs. Ruth Nielson of Moroni, LaRae Kendall depend largely on the boy or is an excellent insulation and sound ance problems. In addition, payable m advance, and Mr. and Mrs. Earl McPhergirl. In the performance compenamed president of has been given extensive tests which prove it to withstand deadener. 1 I we V son of Nephi. are all weather conditions for at least 20 years. per year ... $6.00 American Legion Aux tition, timed events and are placing Marm Booth was one year old on May 11. Mami is the daughter TK!SZAUSS COOT THAT Girl, born May 11 to Mr. and LaRae Kendall was installed more stress on having their horof Mr. and Mrs. Tracy Booth of Mrs. Phil Diamond of Spring-villas president of the Nephi unit of ses go through the patterns at a KEVOlUTIOttZtS 0211 HO ! Advertsing rates She will be named Kallie the American Legion Auxiliary real smooth gait, demonstrating Denver, Colorado. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ann Diamond. Grandparents at a meeting held on May 14. She skill in training and riding, Dr. upon request Booth and Mr. and Mrs. Elwood are Mr. and Mrs. Ross Harper succeeds Thomas said. Coquella McPherson. of Levan and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jenkins, all of Nephi. Other officers installed were are Mr. and Mrs. Diamond of Springville. Luienna Ingram, first vice presSAFE-KOT- E Office: 96 South Main; IT PAYS I DOESNT COST Thomas P. Kendall of Nephi. are Earl Diamond ident; Ruth Chapman, second and Mr. and Mrs. Bulis Karr, all vice president; Melda Fackrell, 5 Telephone O0l) (ALL LOCAL CEALCR (KRIS AKriRSCa Cl LIT. PLEASANT, UTAH of Springville. secretary; Margaret White, INC. Cl DRAPER, UTAH 5714733 AT 462-223- 2 C3 SAFE-KOT- E, Publisher Roy L Gibson treasurer; Julia Bean, sergeant-at-arm- s; Girl, born May 15 to Mr. and Marion Memmott, for Pony League Tryouts Mrs. Robert B. Shepherd of Lev- chaplin; Viola Ockey, historian; baseball will be conducted on an. Grandparents are Mr. and and Carol Stuart, reporter. May 22 at 10 a.m. at Saturday, Pauline Mangelson hosted Mrs. Lawrence Brough and Mr. Janet Greenhalgh was the in- the Little League ball park, acmembers of the Civicettes Club and Mrs. Delwin Shepherd, all stalling officer. cording to organizers. of Levan. at her home on May 11. All boys ages 12 and 13 who Members of the club sewed are Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Shep- interested in playing are inare I VjUIUCI "IgC herdofLevan. and visited during the evening. vited to participate in the tryThose attending were Fern Members of the Golden Age outs. Boy, born April 21 to Mr. and Club are invited to attend a proWankier, Louise Taylor, Blanch Plans are for games to be t-' Stephson, Alice Shepherd, Bon-- 1 Mrs. Robert G. Ostler. He was gram at their club headquarters played on Monday and Thursday named Edward Ostler. nie Bosh, Mary Jane Winter, on May 26 at 2:00 p.m., accordTimothy 6 p.m. against teams from . at are Della W. ing to club officials. Irene Mangelson, Enid Grandparents PaysonandSantaquin. j Get Valley Banks Ostler of Nephi and Grace W. Melba Ballow, Eileen Bal-loThe blood pressure of those Additional information may Floy Harper, and Marva Whitaker of Santa Rosa, Cal- attending will also be checked be obtained from Alan Sperry at check guarantee card ifornia. Shepherd. during the afternoon, they say. 1' V- horseDifferent from manship programs, our emphasis is on the individual the youngster not on the horse." That is what Dr. Don W. Thomas of Utah State University Extension has been stressing with horse club leaders in seminars and training sessions held over the state recently. He Club Horse Project says the is designed to emphasize youth development. Blaine Jones, USU Extension Agent for Juab County, reports that three horse club leaders from Juab County participated in one of these training sessions recently. The three, Deanna Taylor, Vemice Winn, and Carmella Worwood, attended a session held in Spanish -1 I would appreciate the 4-- H privily new. providing your insurance 4-- H 4-- H 4--H 4-- H INSURANCE AGENCY The e, 4-- H w 623-038- li ATTENTION MOBILE New babies 1 1 SEALED Great-grandmoth- wSmw ROOFS TIVt-YtA- Safe-Kot- e Safe-Kot- e Great-grandparen- Safe-Kot- e e Safe-Kot- e Safe-Kot- e e. 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