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r Wednesday, December 31, 1997 Nephi, Utah tHimM-Jfaf- n Cal IfOF Ihslp Issids toaircrest Revs. . . C.f)orcI) Page 3 staff ofa local motel that he was being shot at, said Chad Bowles, s 7 Correspondent Nephi City Police Chief. Police were contacted and responded to A old Arizona man was the scene. Mike Tischner, the officer in arrested and taken to jail Sunafter several day causing charge, reported that Richard By Myna Drasatreia . Times-New- 39-ye- ar North Stake Young Women will present Know Your on 4th January program together with their parents,. Religion' Young Women leaders, and priesthood leaders, will partici- pate in a ci evaluate and Celebrate their accomplishments of strengthening their families. n Dance tonight Young Women and Young Men by the facility because presented two quilts to Primary icy and are much-appreciate- Childrens Medical Center in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, De- cember 30th. The youth from the two groups tied the quilts in a combined activity, had them bound, and took them to the childrens hospital. One queen-size- d quilt and one d were quilt , presented. Primary Childrens Medical Center staff donate the quilts, which are contributed to the fa-- t cility, to the patient who is in ' need of a quilt. None of the quilts ? are retained by the facility; all are given to patients to keep. twin-size- ofthe pol- -- hood, Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary at 1 p.m., Sun day School is at 1:50 pan., and Single Adult Fireside Sunday , On January 4th, there will be a stake Young Single Adults fireside at the Nephi Utah Stake Center and at the North Nephi Stake Center. Both broadcasts will be at 7 p.m. The broadcast will come, via - the satellite system, from the Church Education System. sv; y. Q Stakes will celebrate World Wide Kick-O- ff I Jr ' v; v'! - ,, Sacrament Meeting is at 2:50 .announced for area wards, starts on January 4th . Mailbox Of The Week! ii , Times for all but one ofthe local LDS wards will change with the New Year. Beginning on Sunday, January Merit Badge Pow Wow will be- 4, each of the wards will rotate gin in the Nephi Utah LDS schedules. All wards in the Nephi Utah Stake. The Pow Wow will be held at Stake will begin with Priesthood, the Nephi Utah Stake Center at Relief Society, Primary and 7 p.m. The Pow Wow will also be Young Womens. Sunday School will follow and Sacrament will be held on January 13 and 20. Ken Sevy, who is in charge of held last. the event, would like a list of Nephi 1st Ward meets at 10:30 merit badges the youth of the a.m., 11:30 a.m., and 12:20 p.m., area are interested in obtaining. 222 South 100 East. All leaders should contact Sevy Nephi 2nd Ward meets at with the list as soon as possible 12:30 p.m., 1:30 p.m., and 2:20 so arrangements for the instruc-- P m 222 South 100 Blast, v Nephi 8th Ward meets at 8:30 tors can be completed. 10:20 a.m., 9:30 On January 13th, a Boy Scout 100 222 South East, beWow Merit Badge Pow will North Nephi LDS i Nephi 6th Ward meets at 9 gin in the am.f lOa jm, and 10:50 4.m.( 351 Stake. : 100 West North Pow The WWwill be held at Nephi 7th Ward meets at 11 LDS Ward church the 4th-5t- h a.m., 12 noon, and 12:50 p.m., beginning at 6:30 p.m. 351 North 100 West Wow The Pow will be held on Levan Ward meets at the same 27 20 well. and as January Those who would like further time as last year 9 a.m., 10 information should contact ei- a.m., and 10:50 a.m., 25 North 100 East. ther David Leavitt or Shelly - North Nephi LDS Stake wards ' ' d. mind-alterin- bi-sta- Boy Scout Merit ! Pow Wow 2nd Ward Young Women and 6th Young Men present quilts January The Nephi 2nd LDS Ward Quilts are constantly needed On January 6th, a Boy Scout ed - Bi Stake New Years Eve YOUNG WOMANHOOD Melanie Johnson, daughter of ' Alex and Peggy Johnson, received her Young Womanhood Recogni-tioAward on December 28th in the Nephi LDS 5th Ward. Her grandparents are Bill and Gwen nances. Dan and Cowan, ' and During November 1998 young ' Madelienne Johnson, all of women throughout the world, Nephi. drug-induc- series starts on January 10th . to participate in activities throughout the coming year that Come on out and join the fun!! will help strengthen the family. The Nephi Stake is sponsoring a Each girl will also be given a copy Bi Stake New Years Eve Dance of The Family: A Proclamation on (you guessed it!) New Years to the World" and will be invited Eve. The dance will be held at to read and study it and to pre- the Stake Center from 9:00 p.m. pare a record of her familys his- to 12:30 a.m. tory and to prepare at least one Everyone ages 14 and up are family name for temple ordi- invifpH TKafo will Ka rAfrAfih Bowles. Christensen was finally taken disturbances. Christensen, Mesa, Arizona, to jail and booked on the chargThe man reported to the desk seemed to be under the effects of es of illegal methamphetamine sub- use. His female companion statg some type of stance. "He body language, be- ed that he had been using methhavior, and speech indicated to amphetamine all day long, said officers that Christensen was Bowles. "The mans personality comunder the influence of a drug. to take pletely changed after spending The officers started the night in jail and coming down to under Christensen steps put arrest and die guy became real- from tire drug use, said Bowles. ly combative, said Bowles. "He posted bail and left town for t Christensen had to be restrained Riverdale, Utah. .The first in the annual series, in order to be arrested. Know Your Religion, will be Christensen was taken to Juab held in the Nephi Utah LDS County Medical Center for a 2:20 p.m. Stake Center on January 10th. physical check before being Mona 2nd Ward, 65 East 100 The class will begin at 7:30 booked into Juab County Jail. At North, begins with Sacrament 'p.m. The fee may be paid at the the hospital, said Bowles, Chris- Meeting at 12:30 p.m.. Primary door the day of the event Tick- tensen became highly combative and School are at 1:50 ets are available for the entire once again and had to be physi- p.m., Sunday and Priesthood, Relief Soseries or for just the evening. cally restrained in order for the ciety, and Young Women at 2:40 The topic for the event exam to take place. p.m. will be, Preparing a People for "He was so uncooperative that Nephi 3rd Ward, 351 North the Saviors Coming. he had to be physically disabled 100 West, begins with Priest- r The Nephi North Stake Young Women will present a Worldwide Celebration Program, Sunday, January 4th, at 7:00 p.m. All Young Women and their parents are invited to attend. The theme for 1998 is Turning Hearts to the Family." The program will include musical numbers from each wards Young Women and script encouraging and inviting each young women by restraints, said Bowles. When the examination was completed, Christensen once again became combative and another fetfOggle ensued, said Both the Nephi Utah and ary 6th in the lst2nd8th Ward North Nephi Utah LDS Stakes building at 6:30 p.m. The Nephi North Stake will will celebrate the Young Womens hold their celebration on JanuWorld Wide Kick-OfThe Nephi Utah Stake will ary 4th at 6:30 p.m. in the Nephi hold their celebration on Janu- - 4th5th Ward building. all have meeting schedule changes. Mona 1st Ward, 65 East 100 North, begins with Priesthood, Relief Society, Young Women, and Primary at 12:30 p.m., Sunday School is next at 1:20 p.m., and Sacrament Meeting is last at p.m. Nephi 4th Ward, 345 East 500 North, begins with Priesthood, Relief Society, Young Women and Primary at 12:30 pan., Sunday School is at 1:20 pan. And Sacrament Meeting is at 2:20 p.m. Nephi 5th Ward, 345 East 500 North, begins with Sacrament Meeting at 9 a.m., Sunday School and Primary at 10:20 a.m., and Priesthood, Relief Society, and Young Women at 11:10 aan. New babies born to area couples bora December 7, Daughter bora December 29, Daughter 1997, to Chad and Angela 1997,' to Mr. and Mrs. Rhet J. Howard. Her name is Taisha. Thalman of Mona. She will be Her grandparents are Jerry and named MaKiah Lynn Thalman. Sandra Westring, Walt and Car- Her grandparents are Don and ol Howard, all of Nephi, and Pat Beth Yates of Mona, and Ron and Howard of Salt Lake City. Great LouAnn Thalman of Nephi. are Dona C: is Jean Westring of grandmother B. Henrietta 'Jonei NebM.' ' a qf Nephiand .. J Thalman of Sigurd. .4 ft o Great-grandparen- ts . . Last Cfanios! 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