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|Rights Holder||Allan R. Gibson, Nephi, Utah|
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mi rq H mnin'i ng County commission notes From puge ont1 k Flowers against the Japanese, serving as an aerial gunner. He returned to the in 1912 when his states outfit was broken up and County will hire full time drug, alcohol director Leland Robinson, director of the distiict alcohol and drug abuse program, urged the Juab County commissioners the personnel assigned as training officers. About this time, he to hire a direcrecalls, he spent some tor for the county's time in Niphi with his alcohol and drug abuse grandmother, Elizabeth program at the Monday T. Ostler. In those days meeting of the county it was the custom to commission. sound the cit 's siren at Commissioners also I 12 noon. thought it heard county road w?s an air raid" Higgin-soengineer Randy Eteston full-tim- e n recalls. " hen the siren went off I ran out of Grandmothers house and looked for cover." He still has a spine-tinglin- g feeling whenever he hears a siren, even after these many years of being out of uniform. After a brief furlough, he went to Tennesee, where he served as a training officer. He remained in service until 1959, and returned to Nephi to make his home report that cooperative the of project the county and the Forest Service to widen and repair the road through Salt Creek Can- - from page one k Sales million in 1965. Foundation analysts point out that a substantial part of the increased dollar sales volume during recent years has been due to inflation. When adjustments are made for the reduced purchasing power of the dollar, the effective increase in sales volume during ten years later. While in Tennessee, Higginson served on the District Council of the Eastern States EDS mis1977 was equal to 9.9 sion and as a mission He had MIA supervisor. percent. Adjusted effecbeen in a branch tive gains throughout presidency while in the Utah amounted to 7.8 service in Guam, and percent in 1976, 2.6 perwhile living in Layton he cent in 1975, and only 0.7 served as a deacons percent during the recesquorum supervisor. In sion year of 1974. the South Cottonwood ward in Salt Lake City, Mona LDS ward he was a member of the Elders quorum presiden- will hold cy. Higginson is a 'Spring Festival' member of the Nephi Stake Quorum of SevenThe Mona LDS Ward ty and spends much of is sponsoring a "Spring his time working on the Festival" on Saturday quorum farm. He is also 13 at 6:30 p.m. at the and Mona Ward cultural hall. a home teacher works in genealogy. Supper will be served is a from 6:30 p.m. on. Higginson of John Bazaar items will be Taylor, third president of sold including baked the LDS Church. goods, candy, and popMany oldsters in the corn. will Games will be played. community remember Ned HigginProceeds of the event son for his "Uncle Josh will go to the ward readings. During the building fund. The public is inv ited. years when he grew up in Nephi. hardly a canyon n ward party, in Eureka and the other in Nephi. In other commission that proper system maintenance and repairs so is now readv to begin. The commissionvon could be made. ers authorized Freston to purchase a used street motorized sweeper from the state roads department to help w it h the project The commissioner1 also met with tipiesen Dav id tor toller and . tatives De of partmeut Slate the of Ti.mpor-tatio- and the CoaMal States Enetgv Companv to discuss the improvement of t he 2 ' county road leading limn highway 91 west of Levan to the Union Pacific Railroad. Coastal States is planning to enlarge its facility. The commiscoal-loadm- sioners authorized a study to see if the toad could be placet! on the state collector road of Peterson, direc- Juab County the Hospital, reported to the commissioners that nine doctors have recently ex- pressed interest in locating in Nephi. Peter son also requested per mission to lure a pari action: The commissioners approved an ordinance providing for the proper disposal of sheep carcasses. This ordinance is designed to help prevent the transmission of hydatid disease, which is transmitted from sheep carcasses to dogs and then to man. the advisory council of the assistance payments Six-Count- y board. T. Willden and John S. Thumm requested a permit to build a campground in Dog E. Valley. The matter was referred to a joint meeting of the county planning commission and the board of commissioners. Carl Lloyd of Callao Commissioner Don requested that a viaduct Koyce was appointed to be built across the wash near the road to Callao to help prevent erosion of the road. The commissioners agreed to have county road crews look into the matter. Leon Winter, county civil defense director, reported that the county jeep patrol is switching its radios to a higher freinter told comquency. missioners that there is a possibility that the county may be able to obtain a government grant to help defray the cost of lor the building, worker public which houses )r. M A. L man. )r. I ). I). Campbell, and health board offices. Evan Hanson ol the health I phi. Commissioner Garrett announced that the county will spray privately owned land upon the request of property owners, but that property owners must take the responsibility for any damage done to neighboring property. When your received a to I in )ne boot li w ill be located s, p step-by-ste- thats just to name a few. 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Ford, engine house foreman, Salt Lake City, Utah, Melessa Jacobson, PICL clerk, Provo, Utah, Gary Barker, laborer, Salt Lake City, Utah. Ann Overson, and Pamla Lee Kimball, all of , Connie of Colorado Briet-wiser- Springs, Colorado; and Nedra Jo Mathews, of Orem. The Higginsons The 13 grandchild- ft Times-Nevv- s $ 8 Nephi, Utah May 11, 1B7 2 The Times-Nevv- s Volume No 19 (), 1rtt Mav 11, Vdwe P K Allan Cihvn R PuhliUi'T i1 i ijw Svi h Hroth D) Drarffin. Si hivnfv I fE tlf 4 ' ' w'ri Mi i r pi t fl II v I W G f nv kw iSf r i i . t t 0 Ml , t I . J rf it on f (I 4 f h v IM ' in r ' !', rif 4 J ( 'ipluiM ftf W i uif PV k4M lit fwn tn e pr! ft npln Vv M' iH'l S.U iKjft J4 H'rr'h.n v s'jj B ? P osf my j jP 5 S fhiiodii n tfiif p m rl Jll'lWV rtrfv v4f St Mim fUMl f h C itu t ! .f - i J f: June 7, 1943 in Tennessee. The marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. They are the parents of a son and four daughters: Larry Lvnn aKo have ren. 1 1 the community." He and Mrs. Higginson, the former Merilvn Nephi; 1 i with help from an Autopartner. For instance $1.08 Broadcloth See why easier Specials All Fabrics in. working on your car is four or five" he recalls "but I must have given hundreds of readings in Higginson, s. Pro-Not- es . party, were tuned right parts Pro-Note- outing, or reunion was held without Ned giving a reading. I only knew Cousins, it brand-nam- e top-quali- ty and tools. Ill also give you Autopartner Theyre a series of free bulletins for the prepared by the editors of MECHANIX take ILLUSTRATED. The tune-upthrough you brake work, and winterizing. And government provide two Juab County can help you get with information tourist saves gas. er, and properly engine starts better, runs smooth- it tuned, Panoramaland Promotional Committee reported that Juaf) County has ( this switchover. A contract to provide chemicals for the county weed spraying program was awarded to Jenkins Sales and Service of Ne- Ill help you do it right. is cars . 1 booths iinpnciiilrrB,i maintenance time grant n hi !; wm m .