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IEWS CONSOLIDATION OF BEAR LAKE COUNTY NEWS attd MONTPELIER EXAMINER Vol. 22 IEII00 No. 48 Published Thursday of Each Week IONTPELIER, BEAR LAKE COUNNTY, IDAHO, AUGUST 20, 1959 J,,,,, ii MeN T-IE LYEII-E  i NE R--Vo ( 65--N0. 23 00'0000ainment For Planned CPaange Of Each Night of varied enter- is in store for patrons annual Bear Lake next Thurs- cominumg through Sat- V. I-hnsen, chairman chamber of commerce said the Fair was for- M booking [rationally and all-star sup- acts for the two stage and Saturday eve- main entertainment --- of the fair, replacing ;UST ]iorml rodeos in vogue the Veral years, is tops m There is a com- in program nightly. Ray Anthony Show , will be feattL, X Aug- and Russell Arms Hit star, will head a avtst on August 29. new here will be Dingle Woman Fair Parade At Stake Conference !Officers Ask For Dies At ge Of Noon iTo Be Conducted !Motorists' Support Ninety-Two Years Thursday Mrs. Frz..-ick E Nat., 92, Oalting attention to recent , . The traditional parade, open-I died Augtrs. 14 .l,' the Bear Lake ling enteretainmeni feature of the Memorial HOSOl,al el causes in- ^_ ^,._ ,^. _,. =. ...,t _ . " ] B,edr L,'.e wuitty r'au, wm ciaem to age . swing down VCashington street ELtie Cerelda Dayton Net.e, t  " r , at 12 m, lnursay, August 27, daughter of Maroni and Sa ah, annoues Jim Bennett parade Nichols Dayton, Bear Lake pie- I neers, was born at Cedar Fort, Utah, on July 20, 1867. She moved with, her parents to Din- gle when she was 14 years old, and married lrederick E. Note in the Logan LDS Temple on November 14, 1885. Mrs. Nate's service in LDS organizations began at an early age. She became a member of the Relief Society before her marriage and was a member of that organization for 75 years. She served as its president from 1922 to 1932. As a young woman she also worked for many years in the Religion class and Pri- mary organizations. ,Mr. and MTs. Nate were the parents of nine children" and Mr. Nae preceded his wife in chairman. Always an outstanding attrac- tion, this year's parade will fea- ture floats, riders, bikes, novelty land comic entries, bands from Bancroft and Preston high schools, MitS Pepettes and FHS! girls' drill team. Prizes this year will be award- ed in these five divisions: com- mercial, business firms, trophies for first, second and third places: churches arm organizations. $30, i$20 and $10: decorated bikes, $7.50, $5 and $2.50; moun.Cd riders, $10, $7.50 and $5: novelty and comic, $10, $7.50 and $5. All commercially built floats will be judged in the commercial division, so that organization- built floats will not be competing with those made by commercial Elder Henry D. Taylor Bider Hem'y D. Taylor, an As. siStant to the Council of Twelve Apostles, and Elder Irvin B. Ny- dagger of the Church Welfare Saff will ackl sessions of the Montpelier Stake IdDS Confer- erme this Saturday and Sunday, traffic accidents, Bear Lake Cotmty Police Officers' Organi- zation this week is asking all mc4x)ris for their support in a campaign for safer driving, more consideration for renew drivers, and closer Qbservanee of traffic laws. Sheriff Clifford J. Skinner on behalf of the couy organization said "within the past three weeks we have had reported to our organization 21 car and truek accidents. These resulted in property damage amounting to rrmny thousands of dollars, as well as bodily injuries to a num- ber of persons involved. Besides these wrecks that were reported and investigated, there have doubtlessly been many others in the county of a less serious na- ture. 'Phorefore, we are asking for your help to lessen these acci- dents by observing more closely with thrills and death in 1955. A daughter, Car- alP. m., ne, Thursday: elda Note Sparks, also died. e m'e 44o reservea __  four da---h I 1 ...... I lllr *sons a r tLg - nes a 3tin smge - . s ...... I teas survive heir mother. ,mer seats wm ao te x ....... I George F. Note, Millie Na u= a gone view oi me l,,,,,mev Oren Note MiRon __prese. .ed from an i.ate,--anh Gladys Ncte Lyons, all ntage m the arena. Im r,,1 Oharies H Nate of a on e00er- l00den00--0000et r00te of , eveats -o hl ---" -. !St. Charles and Melva Nate  ,taKe rmr par- ur..,u,,  ,, e, ,ke oit- also n., 1hum(lay, August 27; i."" o;, .",2 4---ka  Pn. I^I  i =:}iI,  t.x/a-- t,lwa , _,-r'tl.,, "'" .cu,, .... iwhom the Notes reared from in- |l[ I M u lrad.e is over. i  mother herin- died s fanmus Auto Acrobats '''z' . ....  irth o r p. m., ls 00rs. .... .-SW . beth Quayle Augtin of Montpel- :''rtt 29. at 8 p. m., Aug- ier, 30 grandchiklren, 69 great "arena entertainment, 2  grandchildren, and 11 great builders. "All businesses, churches, org. anizatiom, groups and indivi- duals are urged o make emxies in the parade," Mr. Bermett said. All entwies are asked to be on North Fifth street at 11 a. m., in .order that the 4mrade may start 'promptly at 12 m. Other mem- August 22 and 23. Conference sessions will be oorlucted in' the Stake Tabev- rmele at 6th and Washington in Moutpelier. The public is in- vited to attend. } Elder Taylor left his career as a prominent Prove business ex- i eeutive to become president of bars of the parade committee are the California ,Mission of the Keith W. Rich, Jerry Phelps, !chumch in 1955. He was ca.l!led Nard ffacobsen, Eugene  J. 'to his present position in 1958. G "rime, Awtlmr Wcdton, Blain He lind previously been a bishep Tucker and Reed Lowe. land stake president. Elder Ny- ,Montoelier stores will close 'dagger is a director of the from 12 m. uutil after the famed Church Welfare Plan. parade, i Local officials announce the 'following schedule of meetings it be conducted by Stake Pres- CITyWATERToRESTRICTIONSBE LIFTED IN i ident S. Reed Dayton: I. Wetfwe meeting at 6:30 p. m. To be lifted Friday, August 21, on , August 22. Mere- is the water restriction which bars of all ward and stake wel- the traffic laws which were pass- ed for the protection of all of us. "We ,realize  at the begin- ning of school on Tuesday, Sep- tember 8, more children will be on roads and streets, and there- by increase accidem poosibRies. Peace Officers call this to atten- tion of drivers and ask for COOl> eration in more careful driving. "We of the Peace Officers' O,ganizatien will put forth every effort at ore" command in behalf of this campaign" and hereby ask for your support," said the statement signed by Sheriff Skinner. The power failure on the south side of town Wednesday morning was caused by rite in a trans- former located back of Zed's Entertain Staff Members Of ining Company Montpelier I.Aons club was host to staff members of the San Framssco Clwmical Corn- patty at ,a Dteh oven chicken dinner served Wednesday eve- nmg of last week at the forest camp in Bmigration canyon. Ferris Hess, presiding in the absence of President Rex Wil- liamson, opened the informal meeting around a blazing camp fire following selections by the Lions Trio, 1ax Haddock, Phil- lip Hulme, and Eugene J. .es. Guests from the Sam, Francisco Chemical Company were introduced by D. L. King, president and general manager, and Doyle Anthony, chairman of the evemng's program, intro- duced Lions members. .In speaking of the history and expansion of the San Francisco Chemical Company, operating in this tri-state area with home of- fices in ,Montpelier, Mr. Kn.g paid tribWte to high quality, de- pendability and integrity of lo- cal workers in wkatever capa- c,ty they be engaged. Organized in 1901, the San Francisco Cheanical CompanF began exploring the western phosphate field in Idaho, Wyom- ing and Utah in 1906, and in 1908 shipped the first phosphate ore from the historic Waterloo mine, Mr. King said. Continuous seasonal mining in the area un- til 1931 produced 100,000 tons. This became oy a small frac- tion of the yearly outpu re- sting from the pioneer western surface mirdng campaign,begun in 1945 at the Waterloo and ad- vanced underground techmque 'axid mechanism now being used in the Crawfords. Vast tonnages Talks On Existing Sewer Problems Citizens To Be Given Results Of Survey N. F. Weber, cry councilman, in an informative  to Rotor- " inns on Wednesday gave a com- prehensive picture of existing sewer problems facing counI and citizens. Expressing the philosophy which he said was held by mayor and council, Mr. Weber prefaced ki talk with the statemen flint "as govermaent lends force to public opinion, it is essenGal that public opinion be enlightened." Thus, when a ,survey now be- ing made is completed, iorma- tion will be given to citizens, for they have soon to make a de- cision concerning the sewer dis- trbution system and required treatment fac2tes when addi - tiom are made to present in. stallatlom. On a wall map of the cry, Mr. Weber pointed out the two sewer districts, saying they geograph- ically cover abo one-half of the cry, and serve some thm fourths of the population. Chtpa. city and condition ,are not a prohlem of present districts, bat trmin is, since Morpelier sets on a delta wiLh lower ground to to west, north and south. Con- rmetiens to new add',ttions in these areas is now imtmssiblo because sewer pipes would soon be above ground if extended. A .cond problem is th reg. tflation adopted May 11, 1959, by the Ste Depmmen of Health which stipultes no additiam will be granSed to ekisting sys- 28 and 29. great grandchildren. Brothe Free Circus Services were conducted in will be on the mid- the Dingle ward ohapel on Mon- day at 11 a. m., by Bishop Clif- associated with  I ford Skinner. Family prayer 6th annual Montpel- prior to the services was offered Olnb Chuck Wagon by James M. Oakey; vocal solo, which will be served "Ild Thou My Hand, Dear until 11 a. m., -iday, Do," Max T. Haddock; invoca- 28, at the sharer cbin tion, A. D. Oakey; selection, "Wonderful Mother of Mine," MI = 'T, em a .,  alS allowed usem alternate days fare committee,s are expected Paint and Glass Shop on Wash- with'the division line along 7th to attend, ington street. street,  to tide city I Priestlxx Leadership meet- council, i ing at 8 p. m., Saturday, with lstake committee for ward teach- This regulation has been in attendance at this meeting lim-'ing. effeot since Jmae 13. Re-estab-, Red to the following: stake pres- i Sunday sessions of the con- lisbed hours are from 6 a. m. !idency, clerks and high council;If etCheR wW be oonducted at 10 to 9 p. m., daily. Prohibited iS iquorum presidencies, group ia. m. and 2 p. m., with an open the use of open end hose. [ lemders, quorum and g'oup sac- I inviCatkm for all to atteffd. Msic ', raries of all high psts, sev-tfor these meetings will be given Ms. Bernard Eastanan of enes and elders quorums; bish-ibY the combined you chorus the public  go on E Y,.ad to on . m cotmed _ jLAnntmi Rich L |!ly Reunion ------lei[   the new i Lodge, Lake 4-M ,. _I[7.Y members anlounce. "' v"miem will be in eolobra- eae sesquoema ll,l t:. Rich, born August 21, ! o. ill to B,ham Young, he greatest colonizer the  er had, p settlements in Utah, Cal- klno, it was point- School campus. ch "   ladies trio comprised of of a'2a'n, s2eaz:! Mrs" rsley Spencer, Mrs. C. J. EDe l-alr Dears' . 'Y co " -- Skinner azid lVim. Dean Larsen; " mamttee werxers, ... -- remarks Bisho I omtuary alto , p e p blic to wew ex- . ,, eh -  :-- - -^- t Skinner; vocal duet, That Beau- i  un gmy t= ,1 l,,.rl " rr R.l Twe and and to attend the sale __--..'.' ." ..... "- -: .-. i . Mr. 1-1OOCK; remarks, J. war- ., rea Sh-ne; vocal solo, "Ope t the C.mle to the Temple," Mrs. 'Lm'en; remarks by President Dayton; vocal ftuet, "Per- Payette is here for a two weeks' ops, biMmps' counselors and i from the wadous war(is of the visit ,at the borne of Mr. and ward clerks; stake commitm stake umier the direction of Mrs. George A. Schoper . ! for the Aaronic priesthood; i Mrs. Ry Jacobsen. .l m Odicatory Program To Be Held in geneva On Sunday fet Day," .M. Lowe and .Mr. Elder Henry D. Taylor, Amis- Haddock; benediotion, J. Clar- ena Limlsay, Prelude and. post. tant to the Council of Twelve lode nmsic was by Mrs. A. D. Apostles, will preside at the Oakey; accompanists were M's.ldedicatory progParn for the new 0eky, Mrs. Leer .&rmatage [ Geneva Ward Chapel, starting at and Miss Janef Larsen.. 7:4) p. m., Sunday. He will m was made m Sunset J ive the dediotorv vraye and Lawn Musoleum, Salt Lake City, Iar condum ll be w lre te was d ed!cted by[Bisho p wen T. Tueller. LeJan(t Lmyton. ruoearers{ Following is the ogram for were L,ry lae, Shurel Nate,[ dedica$o services" ude Gary Nine, Douglas Nate, Don-i the ry . pvel music r, Widmer. hwnn aid Smedley, and Ronald Sparks, I:: - Oh :1' lrA mmdsams of the deceased. Flora] ] Prophet," choir and congrega- ,arangemen were cared for by tin. inVDOatierL E, ishon Lvman ,the Relief Society and Mat- N. Tneller; vocal selection, thews Mortuary was in charge :"Here In Thin House," wartl L. PAch, prominent of ents. choir; remarks, Bishop Pmss f'lt Lake ORy, ha@ about the remmie: ADDITION TO HACIENDA Cm'les C. BAch was ago, in Campbetl NEARS COMPLETION the same year N corapletion is an ex- which Abraham I- tensive addition to the Ieiela ,,,,,,tern. He was one of Oktb. Nowisalotmge, u e. of the 'Mm'mo_ pio-116 by 40 feet on the west side. i ,.- to ut in'7, I Soedud for early   the oo  in 1851, andlmajor addition of a dining room " ,m 1863 and helped Ion   side with dimen- e and populate these lsions of 26 by 68 feet. Kitchen m,  sr0ates. Every one of and sexmage acilites on the west hree adventures in pio- L wa a successful major . He was the hus- sx Wives and father of !:]L ca- There are now .v- .. - Te:: ...... ..Y innaost Clistendom,pa.and :#nd 152 des, cendea ill "ARTS;,..m'ld War IL sdven of ..,_the supreme mutt. ,,__ m .y i.. o.' ' ,.,,andhelp r side have also been enlarged. new dining room with a capacity of 200 seCUngs will have a tile floor. There will be a sep- arate entrance to the dining room and provens are being made to accommodate lm',go or private groups. of tl addition is of eih brick. L R. Modtlla, who wieh H. L. Pe_moa opea'- ares the , and D0e#as Beckwi ae Imilde. mlr o.t of IA lml m out at the Betr La mt Jt Friday ,th around 20  . have been mined a the Water leo and Leefe where, strip rain. ing began in 1947. Although the company's win- ing .and plant development, in- cluding flotation mill and Flue- Solids plant, kas cextered aeound Leefe the past few years, Mr. ,King said home offices are in teras unie sewage treamer facilities ae ircluded. "That means spending money, and is someh4ng all should be interested in," Mr. Weber said. Under divectmn of the conmil, i Wendell Smith wa employed to i make a study of existing ,dis- tric, how new areas may be Monteelier and will be for years!served, and evaluate two wys to come. In referring to the I of dt4n, sewage by comven- compa_,y's __.o_.ranazaUoml..strnc:l nal ph--or lagoon. e coun- tte, Mr. mg said aadRionattcil has ak made arrangemem tture name when StUffier f e 1 nt .... _ . . _ I orth servcesoa age , cnemmm xmpan acqmrea t!shotfl d cIizens decide to pew cent ownership. More re- I m-ese facilities cenfly this hs been enbaneed ir'.i' w- urged to study through the merger plan of I the matter as it- now stands and Safer and is many and ver. l avail themselves of nrmatto fed chemical iterests with Vic-]in the forthcoming survey re. tor Chemical Works, long a no- port, so that an evaluation off tional leader in phosphate fields. Clair Barrett, president of the Montpelier chamber of com- merce, in his introduction said O. Behme; remarks, Bhop 11915; Henry Teucher, 19157; Tudler; remarks, by R,,naldJLymanN. Tueller, 1937-50;Ru E. Aitredi, vocal selection, Sul>Jsell G. Boehane, I-56, and plicatn, mixed quartet; re-[reran T. Tueller, prese bishop, Mr. King was a native Ber marks, President S. Reed I>ayton; [ ed in 1956. Laker, who returned o his home dedicatory address and prayer, [ ,As the activity program of the town amJ put together a con- cern that was 4ahe forerunner of Elder Taylor; closing song, I Church ica'esed, it became evi. the great phosphate development '"1his House We Dedicate To dent to the wamd that added fzc- Thee;" benediction, Eugene P. iBties were needed, in April, in southeastern Idaho. ]on- [omy of the Basin was mater- Shepherd, Cotmselor, Mentpel- 1954, a meeting was called of l i ally clmnged with the post-war ier Stake Presidency. the beads of all aard families'develImmntl of the San Fran- The Geneva wm'd was organ- to consider the posbility of in Agust, 1895, and the building a re,eation hall. Ale is co , Olmmical Oompany. He ward chapel was dedicated building co was chosen termed Mr. King a one-man in 1908. The present chapel and plans made to start ris chamber of comraevce ha seng was dedicated in 1928 by Pres- money. This pro)act was inaug- the industry all over the conn- ident Heber J. Grant.  trader the direction of try, and at the same time teRing Five. have served the Bishop Elne and Cunelors of the beamy, climate and won- ward: ,Arnold D. Izh-shi, 1895- Melv H. T ueller  Doyle H. Sleight I April 1955, the Ph, st  approved plaus that were aecepble to the W'E1. In J,.me, 1955, wRrd members went ln the moqmtains east of the wailky and brog out 70,- 000 feet of saw timber. This placed in the back of the chtw0h lot where the following wimer and spring it was sawed into lumber. Co began on June* 5, 1956, and the main rt was completed by the summer of 1957. Total cost of the building .was $63,200; cash donted, $18,154; lumber, net credR, $3,712,42; do- services, credit, $737.10. DOrmted labor amounted to ,948 hotrrs. CmpHsing the present bish- nine Taylor, director; B]ke opric are Daren T. Tueller, Horn- Toomer, umterground office. er J. Teuscher, Heber J. Boelmm Other guests of the Li(ms were Ermest T. Bischoff, clerk. Douglas Phillips of the J. C. Pen- committee: Woodeatff nay Store and A. M. Rich, state B9wman, Fred W. Price, ffesse repreemntive. Reoognitlon of HJrschi, and Russell G Boehme excency of food w given by ptan- " " lew Geneva Ward Chapel, to be dedicated in services Ronald E. AUd .was building all to thecooks, Aly !iC for Sunday, August 23 at 7:30 p. m ' supervm', and Sherwood . :; . derhd Mving conditions the area Ires to offer. Among staff members able to attend  picnic and intvedtal by Mr. King were Charles Steph, ens, underground su- dent. Lynn Wilson, technical assistant to ,staff; Loraine Jac- obsen, reactor foreman; Preen "Pugmire, Leefe superintendent; Oalvin E. Sims, office manager, purchasing agent; Douglas. Hen- rie, accountant; Verl Muinfoed, [ order and sales clerk; Tom C, ay.I nor, ol.ef engineer; I)aneal] Hymas-d Cel LaRocco, an- I gineers; Lowell Pendrev, cllef[ the n may be made and a decision reached when asked to vote. Presely the Federal govermnent is cooperating with a 30 per certt grant for sewer facilitY. Mr. Weber pointed out tim repuveness, unheItlthll oma. dgons and hazards resulti from dumping raw sewage into IrOner. J. D. 3/lBn, in charge of the program, intamduced the speaker. Otbe guests were NeW I-uuter, a ttotavin of Momx-. Oaltfomia, and Jm Bennet of Menepelier. Former PUblisher Of Paris Post Dies  Esn, 70, former Salt Lake ORy ivaura, nce agency matmger, who with V/I- tar Dye pumetmsed the Pm Post in the  of 1958, died Satin'. day of cat,car at his home in Salt hake City. Mr. Bemn recently sold kts imerests in fhePer Pact te r. Dye. Before enteriv the insurauee buainess, he was editor and pub- of the Geary Journal. Geary, Ollma. H was born Mrch I. 1889. electrician; E. E. Bradley, mas-[i n qValow, Oklahoma, to James tar meclmr; Vern Smith, car-Ill, and An__nda Squires Benson. i rier; Reed Raddock and Vaughnion ember 29 1929, he mr- Pugnuve, chemists; Dr. Tom Hen-trie d  DYe in Butte, dackon, meliurgist; Joe Ilath-' Mx)ut .a. --  bone,nd foreman; J. , include his widow: a son and a daugMer. H.F. rmon Jr. of Salt Lake City and Sallee Benton of Chub Vista. , and seven granddail- dtlx lmeral smwiees wae eon- du0ted Tuesday noon under die-. catkin of the Slt Lake lks