Harvest Days Royality
Harvest Days Royalty Will Be Picked at Aug. 11 Ceremony PAYSON — The contest for selection of queens for Payson Harvest Days and Homecoming will be held Wednesday, Aug. 11, 8 p.m., at Nebo Stake Tabernacle. Applications are still being taken, and girls wishing to enter the contest should contact Monte Curtis of the city council, Clara Johnson or Genevieve McBeth. To be eligible, girls must be high school graduates, never have been married at the time of the celebration and must be living within Nebo Stake. . Musical numbers for the contest show are being arranged by J. D. Christensen. To date 25 girls have signified their desire to participate in the contest. They are: Francis Barnett, Marion Bean, Sharil Christensen, Jean Cowan; Kay-Harding, Lela Jackson, Lorraine Jones ; Joan Kptter, Jean Marie Goble Beverly Peery, Shirlene Rodgers Ora Nell Schauguaard, Bee Staheli, * Janice Smith, JoAnn Smith, Beverly Taylor, Nedra Taylor, Shirlene Taylor, Nora Throckmorton, Joyce Wilson, Kay Wilson, Jean Colleen contract for the work. Delinquent electric light bills were discussed and City Recorder Edward Bates was directed .jto notify those in arrears that service will be discontinued unless payments are made more promptly. It was noted that a few accounts are always in arrears. Earl McClellan requested that the council send an inspector to his newly opened rest home, so that he might receive state approval from the board of health for operation of the home. H. L. Mower entered a cktim for damage to the city in .regard to his home located in the Fourth Ward. The home and chicken coops were erected over a city irrigation ditch some time ago. Mr. Mower is now moving the house, and coops a few feet dis- VYJ.1SUJU, . UCdll *• UU.115, *_/U.LH-C.U uuuoi', a.***-* wv/w,f u »* *.w»» j.w*~* ***« Sperry, Lynell Stewart and Elaine (tant from the ditch, has filed a claim against the city for costs. Balle.