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MONDAY, SEPT. 12, 1955 Utah County. Utah DAILY HERALD Market Quotations FURNISHED BY J. A. HOGLE AND COMPANY Member of New York Stock Exchange 35 N University Ave. Phone FR 3-0234 Rails DOW JONES Volume Industrials 11:00 A.M. 520,000 474.68+ .09 162.52+.25 12:00 NOON MUTUAL FUNDS 1 * 00 ' 970,000 474.97+ -38 162.26-.01 0 P M 1,360,000 475.61+1.02 162.41+. 14 2: S!77^0ob 476.42+1.83 162.66+.39 SALT LAKE STOCK EXCHANGE Affiliated ......... S- 24 Boston Fund ..... 16-50 undamental ..... 15.62 ncorporated ...... I 8 - 56 Aass Inv. Trst.... 32.80 Vellington ........27.23 RANIUM QUOTES Bid 2.00 .04 .85 .65 .30 . 14 .08% 1.45 .26 1.25 . .18 Bullion Cardiff Central Standard . Chief Con Chief Con. Pfd.... Chief Cons. War.. Combined Metals., Cornstock Cons. Eureka .... Croff Oil Dragon East Standard ... East Utah 20 Eureka Bullion j» Eureka Lilly Con... .06 Great Western 06 Majestic Oil 04% Mammoth 45 Mono Kearsarge .. .04% Naildriver New Park North Lily North Standard. Park City Con.. Rico Argentine Royston Coal'n Silver King West Silver Shield 02% Swansea Con 15 Tintic Standard 1.05 United Park City.. 3.62% Utah Idaho Sugar.. 4.75 West Toledo 14 Williston -30 Zuma 2.62% 1.05 .03% .23 7.37%.03% .34 Asked .07 2.25 .06 .90 .72% .50 .15 .09 1.50 .27 1.35 .19 .21 .06 .07 .08 .05% .55 .05% .20 3.00 1.15 .04 .25 8.00 .04 .40 .03 .19 1.10 3.87% 5.25 .15 .32 .16 OVER THE COUNTER Big Piney 19 English Oil 73 Equity Oil 12.25 First Security 37.00 Mtn Fuel Supply. 29.62% 30.12% Oil Inc 02% .03% Utah So. Oil 20.50 21.50 .23 .77 13.00 28.00 Home Freezer Meats AT WHOLESALE PRICES) CuttinR and wrapping—Freezer supplies Up to 6 months to pav—on 'Ream's Certified Food Plan " REAM'S - 890 W Center 6.76 17.84 17.12 20.06 35.46 29.67 00% 01% 11% 08 Mco Ipine .pache Vrrow tlas Jig Indian ... Jhute Canyon. ;omanche .... •ongo "ons. ,Uran * 8 1 Dorado 01 ederal 3.87% ^•reenriver •• -14 Gunsight 03 mperial 03% ntermountain .... .01% oily Jack -°6 Caibab -• -03 ,avender Jsbon 4.75 < Mineral Mtn 00% Mother Lode' 02 Vlt. Peale 03% Olympic '. ° 2 01 Jato 04% Republic 04% Royal 57 Seagull °1 3 /* Shamrock 00% Silver Buckle 12 Spanish Trail .09% Standard Uran. ... 1.75 Sterling 24 Sun Uran 13 Temple Mtn 06% Texas Uran .01 .23 .01V4 .02 .12% .01% .15 .08 .10 .02% .02 .55 .01% 4.12% .17 .03% .04V4 .02 .09 .04 .04 5.00 , .01 .02% .04% .02% .05V4 .05 .60 .02V4 .01V4 .13 .10 2.00 .27 .16 .08 .01% Geologists Warn (Continued from P«gc One). of great lakes preceding Borine- ville. On the other hand, some wells, sunk in silt formations in high narrow - valleys such as Cedar Fort, are wells which permit'no overdraft of water, Dr. Hanson said. Because of the low permeability of the silt, these wells refill very slowly, when excessive use lowers the water table. A third type of well is the up- canyon surface well which intercepts surface runoff. Typical examples are wells in Santaquin and American Fork Canyon. These wells have two advantages: By taking the water at a higher elevation it is more easily distributed; and less water is lost in transit, said Dr Hansen. It has the disadvantage of interferring with lower runoff. Graveside Rites Slated in Provo For Julefta Henrie Graveside services for Mrs. Juletta Marian Henrie, 85, former Provo resident and member of Provo Fourth LDS Ward who died Saturday in Panguitch, will be held Wednesday at 12:30 p.m. at the Provo City Cemetery. Services will be under direction of Bishop J. Wallace Boswell of the Fourth Ward. rs. Henrie was born Nov. 10, .25 -13 -15 .03 1-50 .02 .02% U C. 0. A Upetco Uran King ......... 13% Walters ........... '-02% White Canyon .... 1.37% Yankee ............ 01% Yellow Cat ......... 02 SALES Comstock, 2000 at 8% . • East Standard, 1400 at 18 East Utah, 500 at 20 Little' May, 2000 at 2% Prosper Oil & Mng., 500 at 9% Silver Standard, 4000 at 4 A good way to guard against shrinkage of cotton knits if they're dried in the electric -or gas dryer is to dry them in the same load as Turkish towels. They keep knits from becoming too dry. Untapped Source A fourth source of water, tually untapped in Utah, is bed rock water, said Dr. Hansen Best place to take such water is in a geological fold, which ere ates such pressure, an artesian well is possible. Water development of Utah Valley can not be understood without some understanding of geological history, said the professor. The valley geologically is a 'drop-valley." That is when the mountains erupted, like a fast rising cake, the surface broke, and the valley sagged downward. The break-off along the Wasatch amounts to 10,000 feet; along the Oquirrh, a thousand feet. Canyon streams dumping silt and gravel into the basin have deposited alternate layers of gravel arid tight clay, estimated to vary from 2,000 to 4,000. feet. Well logs taken of such' deep wells as the Geneva 1,300-foot wells, indicate that at least four great lakes successsively covered Utah 'Val- veli TVL 1869, in Pine Valley, Washington County, the daughter of Cyrus and Martha Ann Bracken Hancock. She married Samuel E. Henrie Aug. 26, 1901, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died Mar. 13, 1952. She taught in the Garfield County schools and was a member of the LDS Church.. Survivors include, a son, Lovel H. Henrie, Ogden; two daughters, Mrs. Nello Ipson, Panguitch,^ and Mrs.'Earl Hone, Ogden; a sister, four brothers and 11 grandchildren. Orem Resident Succumbs at 73 OREM —Funeral services for Jack Lester Closson, 72, who died Sept. 7 at the home -of Tony Vert, 126 E. 12th N., Orem, , where he had been staying for the past year, will be conducted Tuesday at noon in the Quist- 'airbanks Funeral Home in Orem. Mr. Closson had been a resident of Orem for 18 years, work- .ng as a laborer in several occupations. Friends may call at the mortuary prior to the funeral. Buria] will be in Provo City Cemetery. Plane-Car Crash Victim Termed As 'Fairly Good 7 Mrs. Patricia Ann West Rigby 21, victim of a plane-car crash which was Bonne- ley, last of ville. This means that Utah Valley is a deep underground reservoir, naturally refilled by mountain run-off. Deep wells will develop this hidden water source — but they must be carefully located; and permitted to refill in wet cycles. Judicious use of deep-Wells will give the valley a better wates source since so much of run-off water is lost »en route to use- intakes, said Dr. Hansen. near Soldier Summit Saturday was reported in "fairly fjood 1 condition today at Utah Valley Hospital. An expectant mother she suffered a fractured colla Done and fractured ribs. Mrs. Rigby and her husband Seymour D. Rigby, 3| Farmington, were driving through Span- .sh Fork Canyon on Highway 650, when an aircraft, piloted by Dr. Max Nicholes, Provo, made a forced landing. Dr. Henry L. Isaksen, Brigham Young University student coordinator, and Ralph Boswell, graduate student, suffered lesser injuries. DR. D. KEITH WHATCOTT, D.D.S. WISHES TO ANNOUNCE THE OPENING OF HIS DENTAL OFFICE MONDAY, SEPT. 12 81 E. Center (Former office of Dr. H. D. CHRISTENSON) PHONE FR 3-7222 ' ' Grain Range CHICAGO. (UP)— Grain range High Low Close Wheat Sept. Dec. Mar. May July Corn Sept. Dec. Mar. May July Oats Sept. Dec. Mar. May 1973/4 195% 197%-% 200 3 A 198% 200%-% 202% 200Vs 202%-% 198% 196% 198%-% 185 5 /s 182% 185% 128% 126% 127% 128% 127 127%-128 132% 131V4 132-132% 134% 133% 134% 136 135Vs 135% 57% 61% 65 65% 56% 61% 64% 65 57 61% 64% 65V* Utah Obituaries SALT LAKE CITY—Lafayette Hanchett, 87, died Saturday. Mrs, Sophia Holmquist, 85, Denver Colo., former resident, died Thursday; funeral Monday, 260 E. South Temple. Julia Beach, two-year-old daughter of David B. and Betty Fay Beach, 562 1st Ave., died Saturday; funeral Monday, 10 a.m., All Saints Episcopal Church, 1710 Foothill Dr. Arthur H. Breer, 64, Santa former resident, Masonic service Monica; Cal., died Sept. 8; Rail Shares Slip Slightly NEW YORK (UP).,— Railroad shares encountered mild profit taking today and broke a run of advances that had .lifted the group to within a point of the high since 1929. The rail average lost a mere cent to 162.26 at noon. Industrials gained 38 cents to 474.97. They lost 47 cents Friday. Utilities were at 66.26 off 0.09 and 65 stocks were up 0.04 at 170.74. Net changes in generally were small with some specials fluctuating widely. . The wide movers included Union Bag & Paper at 100 up 4 and a new high; American Metal 64% up 3 and a new high: Reynolds Metals 300 up 21% and a new high and Owens Illinois Glass 124 up 3. Steels were higher for a time with U.S. Steel at a new high. Chemicals held small, gains. So They slipped off from the best, did motors. Oils were narrowly irregular with Texas Co. up a point. Santa'^ Monica. Mrs. Mary Elizabeth Smith Pyper, 81, 65 N. W. Temple, died Friday; funeral Monday, noon, 260 E. South Temple. Martha Louise Muller, 66, 145 E. 24th S.,. died n ia. Friday; funeral Lausanne, Switzerland. James Kelly, former resident, died Aug. 31. Richard F. Harding, 55, died Saturday; funeral today, San Francisco. Leland Darnell, 17, died Saturday. Leo A. Olsen, 54,'died Sept. 4. Mrs. Carolina Wilhelmina Anderson Nelson, 95, died Sunday; funeral Tuesday, South Temple. Pitt, 71, died Saturday. OGDEN—Thomas F. Ross, 65, 2866 Madison, died Sunday; funeral Tuesday, 3 p. m., Aultorest] Mortuary Chapel. Mrs. Mildred Coy McBride, 59. 450-29th St., died Frida;; funeral Monday, 1 p. m., Myers and Foulger. MANTI—Albert M. Tuttle, 89, died Friday; funeral Monday, 2 p. m., Manti Center LDS Ward chapel. TOOELE—Elisha Frank Youugr, 47, died Friday; funeral Tuesday, 1 p. m., Tooele First LDS Ward chapel. Lt. Doyle D. George, 24, died early in - August; funeral Wednesday, 1 p. m., Tooele First LDS Ward chapel. HELPER—John Aime, 84, died Sunday; holy rosary Tuesday, 8 the main list P- m- Mitchell Funeral Home; requiem mass Wednesday, 10 a. m., St. Anthony Catholic Church. 'UNION — Appollis Lorenzo Brain Hemorrhage Proves Fatal To Leo Royal Balle PAYSON—Leo Royal Balle, 64, died at Payson City Hospital Sunday at 7:45 p.m. of a cerebral hemorrhage suffered Friday morning. Born Dec. 31, 1890, at Fremont, Wayne County, he was the son of Christian Thompson and Emma Eugenia Thustrup BaUe. He was educated in Fremont Elementary School, Huntington High School and Snow College. He married Alpha Rozena Madsen May 23, 1923, in the Manti LDS Temple. They moved to Payson in March of 1925. An active member of the LDS Church, he served a California mission from 1919 to 1921, acted as Stake Sunday School superintendent in Loa from 1922 to 1925, was a ward teacher and Sunday School superintendent of payson Fourth Ward and at the time of his death was instructor, of the Fourth Ward Elders' quorum. Survivors include his widow; two sons, Bob L. Balle, Salt Lake City; Lynn R. Balle, serving- with the U. S. Army at Fort Carson, Colo.; three daughters, Mrs. Ronal (Zella) Crump, Mrs. Junior (Lois June) Lundell and Mrs. DeMar (Elaine) Taylor; six grandchildren; a brother, and five sisters, Christian T. BaUe, Glenwood; Mrs. Jean McLendon, Chico, Cal.; Mrs. Eva Albracht; Mrs. Pearl Pierce, Fremont; Mrs. Floss Guymon, Salt Lake City and Mrs. Lillian Allred, Califor- Public Invited Provo 'White House Parley On Education' Set Tuesday Provo Board of Education invites interested patrons-to participate in the White House Conference in Education to be held at 2:30 Tuesday at the Wasatch School. This activity is part of the national effort to give opportunity for patrons to help .make policies and point the way for public education. Provo Board has extended some personal invitations to make cer- Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in Payson Fourth LDS Ward chapel. Friends may call'Rigby Mortuary Tuesday evening and at the family residence, 189 N. 1st E., Wednesday prior to services. Nephi Wrfman ^ Dies at 22 Lambson, 61; 315 E. 7800 S., died Sunday. NEPHI—Emma Elaine Ockey, 22, died Saturday at the home of her parents after a lingering ill- Julia Croff Oakley Succumbs at 81; Rites Wednesday SPRINGVILLE—Mrs. Julia Ma- linad Croff Oakley, 81, died Sunday at the home of a daughter, Mrs. Carl Willard, of Provo. She was born June 15, 1874, in Parowan, the daughter of William L. and Harriet Higley Croff. She married Richard Delos Oakley June 20, 1892, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. She began her early education in Parowan, moving with her family at the age of 10 to Minersville, and later moving at the age of 15 to Beaver. She completed her education in the St. George Academy. She married Richard Delos Oakley June 20, 1892, in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He died Nov. 4, 1943. An active member of the LDS Church, she was a teacher in the Relief Society and chairman of the work committee and was a long-time member of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers. Her hobbies were designing and working quilt patterns and painting with oils. She spent most of her adult life in Springville, with the exception of the two past years, which she spent with her daughter, Mrs. Carl Willard of Provo. She is survived by a son, Arthur Oakley, Springville; daughters, Mrs. James (Delta) tain that all areas of the question are well attended. However, anyone wishing to participate .is invited to call the office of the superintendent in order that working materials will be in readiness for each one attending. All 40 Utah school districts are having similar discussion groups with their patrons. Six local citizens have been appointed to conduct discussions in the following areas, 'What Should Our Schools Accomplish? In What Ways Can We Organize Our School System More Efficiently and Economically? What Our School Buildings Need? How Can We Get Enough Good Teachers and Keep Them? How Can We Finance Our Schools, Build and Operate Them? How Can We Obtain a Continuing Interest in Education? Wednesday Rites Set For Victim Of Logging Mishap Funeral services for Thomas Hartley Parker, 24, who' was killed in a logging camp accident Friday evening near Walcott, Colo., will .be conducted Wednesday at 2 p.m. in the Mapleton LDS chapel by Bishop Welby Warre.n. Friends may call at the Berg mortuary in Provo Tuesday evening from 6 to % p.m. and Wednesday prior to services. Interment will be in Payson City Cemetery. ness. She was born Nov. 16, 1932, in Nephi, the daughter of Calvin and Louise Williams Ockey. She wa's a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include her parents, a sister, LaRae, and a brother, Earl. Funeral services will be conducted Wednesday at 2 p. m. in the First LDS Ward chapel under the direction of Bishop William Paxman. Friends may call at the Anderson Funeral Home Tuesday evening and Wednesday at her home until service time. Burial will be in Vine Bluff Cemetery in Nephi. Faddis, Whittier, Cal.; Mrs. Carl (Minnie) Willard and Mrs. Francis (Edna) Boyer, Provo; Mrs. Oscar (Vera) Karass, Salt Lake City; 21 grandchildren and 21 great-grandchildren; two brothers and three sisters, Adelbert Croff, Azalia, Ore.; Ira M. Croff, Chico, Cal.; Mrs: Mary .Raynold, Los Angeles; Mrs. Ellis (Geneva) Bonnett, Chico, Cal.; Mrs. Gus (Adelle) Maugg.. Baldwin Park, Cal. Funeral services are scheduled for 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in the Springville Third-Ninth Ward. Officiating will be Bishop Clarence L. Jensen. Friends may call at the Berg Mortuary in Provo Tuesday from 6 to 8 p.m., and the foyer of the church in Springville, First ' North and Main, Wednesday after 12:3Qj>.m. Burial will be in the Springville Evergreen Cemetery. PAST40 Troubled with GETTING UP NIGHTS' Pains in BACK, HIPS, LEGS Tiredness, LOSS OF VIGOR If you are a victim of these symptoms then your troubles may be traced to Glandular Inflammation. 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Is Your Heating Plant READY FOR WINTER? / . : It is a good idea to have your heating equipment checked now so that it will be in first class condition when the heating season begins. / It is our suggestion that you have your FURNACE MAN, PLUMBER or HEATING CONTRACTOR do the following work: FLUES See that flues and chimneys'are clear, clean and tight FILTERS Replace or clean dirty filters, oil the motors and blowers, and check blower behs.. Dirty filters are often a cause of improper heating .and high bills. 1 - - ' * AUTOMATIC CONTROLS / • \ . . Sec that burners, thermostats,, safety pilots, and safety limit controls arc properly adjusted, and clean and free from obstructions. 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