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a MONDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1951 DAILY HERALD w • TTtah Countv. Utah . TOASTS HIS OWN 100th BIRTHDAY—Sid Thain celebrates his 100th birthday in the "Cheshire Cheese" public house in London Nov. 7. Sid, who had 16 children, has outlived15 of them. He was a news vendor until the age of 99ft years. (Herald- UPI Telephoto) Immunization Clinic Set At Nephi Tuesday NEPHI—Mrs. Ruth WethereH announces a Baby Clinic to be held at the Juab County Court House Tuesday, Nov. 11 at 10 a.m., where children can be Immunized from children's diseases and polio. Mrs. Martha Van Wagoner, county health nurse, and a doctor are always present to give the shots to the children. Mra. Wetherell states that many older people are coming to receive their polio shots at the Clinic. Mr*. Wetherell states that if there Is money left over, they will try to buy glasses for those who need them. The Clinic Is held every second Tuesday of every month. What's Playing At The Movies Monday, NOT. W J»RQVO Academy — In Love and War, with Robert Wagner. Paramount—Big Country. LEHI Royal — Tie Ten Commandments, with Charlton Heston. AMERICAN FORK Coral —The Matchmaker, with Shirley Booth. PLEASANT GROVE Grove —Harry Black and tire Tiger, with Stewart Granger. OREM Scera —Raw Wind to Eden, with Jeff Chandler. SPRINGVILLE Rivoli — China Doll, with Victor Mature. SPANISH FORK Arch — Damn Yankees, with Tab Hunter.. PAYSON Huish — The Big Country, with Gregory Peck. SAFETY EXPERT RALEIGH, N. C. (UPD—Tele- vision station WRAL-TV was filming a farm safety show which featured demonstrations by extension service experts. A corn-husking expert was talking about safety as he approached the mechanical busker. Suddently the cord of the microphone about his neck became entangled in the whirling machinery. The cord drew him closer and closer to the de-husking blades. Horrified cameramen leaped to bis rescue just in time. Station officials withheld the name of the expert. The scene was deleted from the film. Good Food and Coffee? YOU BET! - at BERT'S CAFE Formerly Railroad Caft Breakfast Served AH Day !544 So. Univ. Are. - PTOTO TO SPEAK — Miss Charlotte Sheffield, -the former Miss U.S.A., who will speak to young people of the Sharon Stake MIA. Former Miss USA f Fiance To Address Sharon Youth OREM—Charlotte Sheffield, the former Miss USA, and her fiance, Richard Maxfield, both of Salt Lake City, will address the Junior Gleaners and Junior M Men of the Sharon Stake Wednesday, Nov. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at their "Sacred To Me" and "Clean Life" night. All Junior Gleaners of the stake and their mothers, and all junior M Men and their fathers are invited to attend. Musical numbers will be furnished by the Junior Gleaners of the Orem Twelfth and Nineteenth Ward. Light refreshments will be served. In charge of the event are Alene Taylor and Owen Stout who are assisted by Marylin Wallace, stake Junior Gleaner president, and Duane Cordner, stake Junior M Men president. The CoHosseum of Rome, most famous of Italy's amphitheaters, was opened for use in the year 80 A. D. Nephi Kiwanis Picks Officers NEPHI — New officers of the Nephi Kiwanis Club, who were elected at the group's recent meeting, are Jack Ludlow, president; Lloyd Goble, vice-president; D. L. Bailey and Albert Starr, two-year directors, and Maurice Chapman and Earl Steele, one-year directors. Holdover directors are R. Roscoe Garrett and Clyde C. Child.' At the same meeting, Mrs. Zelpha Broadhead, librarian of the Nephi Elementary School, addressed the members of the club, in connection with the observance of National Book Week. Mrs. Broadhead spoke of children's literature and the type of stories children of different ages are interested in. "Some of the stories read and told in childhood stay with the person throughout their lives, so the children's literature should be of high quality and teach a moral," stated Mrs. Broadhead. She also stressed that parents should te acquainted with the books hi the library so that they are able to help the child select the proper reading material. Library helps are available hi fflm it rips records, bound magazines, and visual aids to help the child learn to read and at tht tame time get the message from tht »tory. Mrs. Broadhead also stated that the library should have a larger room and that there should be five books to a student, but that goal falls far short In the elementary school library. President Hoy Bowles was In charge of the meeting and Clyde C. Childs, chairman of the dub's vocational guidance committee, was in charge of .the program. At tbe same meeting it was decided by club members to hold a Thanksgiving party and ladies night on Nov. 19. Initiation of officers win be held in December. P. E. ASHTON CO. The United States la the oldest existing nation in North and South America. Nebo School Buses Pass Patrol Test SPANISH FORK — All school buses of the Nebo District are in good operating condition and meet all safety requirements of the Utah State Highway Patrol, a report from the latter to flte Nebo Board .of Education indicated today. The report was included m a statement of finances and other matters released by the board, Funds of Nebo District available Oct. 31 totaled $314,214.53, according to the report. This figure was contained in statements presented to the district board of education by the clerk. The report stated that the balance for Oct. 1 was $237,683.95. with deposits to Oct. 31 of $430,058.65, making a total of $667,742, from which expenditures to Oct. 30 totaling $353,528 were deducted, making the balance available October 31 of $314,214.53. A report on the new building construction in the district also released this week showed total contracts, $1,151,063.61, with $587,985.97 expended to October 31, leaving an unexpended balance of $563,077.64. 'Otiher current action of tne school board as reported Friday include approval of payment on routine daims totaling $30,051, acceptance of a low bid of $1753.80 from the Parke Davis Distributors of Denver to furnish 4,000 cc of Polio vaccine for use in the district immunization program. County Men Join, Leave Armed Forces Enlisting in the various armed forces during OcAober were the following: _ U. S. Army: Provo—Alvm Larsen" Anderson, Jon Ralph Hicken and Malon Elmo Kiggins; Orem-William Leo Daniels, Jared Gourdin, and Charles Moris Shepherd. American Fork - Bert Fredrick Gill. U. S. Navy: Provo—Robert Glen Stephens, Richard Beck Tippetts, Duane J. Woods. Orem-Cleve Walker MacDonald. American Fork—Ross Max Hunter. Paul Chase Proctor, and Norman Donald Young. U. S. Marine Corps: Pleasant Grove—Douglas R. Benson. Provo, John Robert Carlton. U. S. Air Force: Lehi—Richard George Felt. Provo-Jack Robert Spiva. Separated from the various armed forces were the following: U. S. Army: Provo—Alvin Larsen Anderson, Morris Griffin Clegg, Oral Lamar Evans, Lowell LeRoy Madsen. Orem—Archie Ray Brown, Sheldon Myron Clegg, Oasmu Hideshima, Ray Maxwell Miles, Sterling Charles Rigby. Pleasant Grove—Edwin Wesley Chapin, Dean C. Mann and Gerald Ray Walker. U. S. Navy: Provo—Courtney Edwin Anderson, Homer Holland Brown, Moorlan Wayne Snow, Richard Beck Tippetts, Kenneth Lowell Wilkerson, David .Lloyd Williams. American Fork—Orval Kent Halisey, John Melvin Jones, Melvin Clarence Roundy, Roger L. Taylor; Frank Isaac Wagstaff. Pleasant Grove—Ronald Barry McGMvary and Jimmy Lavexi Turner. U. S. Marine Corps: Provo— John Robert Carlton, Diana Joan Coombs. American Fork—Paula Skousen. U. S. Air Force: Provo—Dean Wall Benson. American Fork— Larelle J. Hatch. Orem-rPatricia Mared Jones. Pleasant Grove- John Bert Wooton. BLUEBERRY BREEDER MTODLEBQRO, Mass. (UPD— J. Herbert Alexander has developed 232 different types of blueberry, each with its own distinctive flavor. He has grown blueberries that taste like raspberries, gooseberries, blackberries and cinnamon. Even one that's something like a blueberry. Come to HFC where 38,000 people borrow even] week If you need up to $1500 for any good purpose, see Household Finance, America's oldest and largest consumer finance company. HFC specializes in prompt, friendly loan service where you borrow in privacy with up to 24 months to repay. * Modem money wrvfee backed by 80 year* experience IOUSEHOLD FINANCE HOUSEHOtD FINANCE CORPORATION OF UTAH 132 Vtet CM** PHONE: FRanUin 3-53OO IMPORT FROM FRANCE — The mask comes off the beautiful face of French actress Christine Carere at Idlewild Airport after her arrival from Paris via TWA. Miss Carere is in New York to attend the premier of her new film "Mardi Gras." — (Herald-UPI Telephoto). Dixon Sets Annual Parents Visiting Day In conjunction with American Education Week, Dixon Junior High School will hold its annual visiting day on Thursday, Nov. 13, when parents are invited to have lunch at the school using either their child's lunch ticket or pay 35 cents for the meal. Students will be excused at 11:20 a.m. so they can take over home duties while their parents are at school. Private conferences will not be held during the-day but parents will be given an opportunity to make appointments with teachers for a later date. The' purpose of this parents' visiting day is to give the parents an opportunity to see at first hand their child's daily program. A letter outlining the day's program will be sent home with the students on Monday, Nov. 10. World Tour Reported To SUPs, DUPs •e Sons and Daughters of. Utah Pioneers, meeting at the home of J. Rulon Morgan, president, and Mrs. Morgan, heard a report from Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Ahlander on their recent world trip and saw films shot by the couple. Reports were given by Mrs. Arnold Boshard, treasurer, and by Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Ffflmore and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer De St. Jeor on the work of the tourist bureau. Lyne Roberts, chairman of the museum grounds said the building had been rewired by the city. BREAK AND ENTER CHARLOTTES V IL L E, Va. (UPI) — Two policemen were given orders to break into the j city police station here when po- i lice chief James E. Adams i locked Ms keys in Ms office. I Amateur Art Show Set In Springville SPRINGVILLE — Annual Amateur Art Show sponsored by the Hafen-Dallin dub of Springville will be held beginning November 16, it was reported by Mrs. Paul Thorn, club president. Members of the club are inviting all amateur artists and those Who have paintings of amateurs to take advantage of this opportunity to display their works. Club representatives will be at the West Gallery of the Art building throughout the day Monday and Tuesday, November 10 and 11, to receive paintings. During the remainder of the week, Stanley Burningham, curator, will supervise the hanging of the pictures. The Amateur Exhibit will open officially Sunday, Nov. 16, with a tea from 2 to 5 p.m. at the gallery, and the exhibit will run for one week. The west gallery will be open daily during school hours, and members of the Hafen-Dallin group will be in attendance daily from 3-30 to 9 p.m. The public is invited to attend and to see the fine paintings which are the works of our amateur artists. Club officers report it is interesting to note how the caliber of this amateur exhibit-has raised each year. Mrs. A. C. Chader is serving as general chairman of the exhibit, with Mrs. G. Ray Hales as cochairman. Heber Students Prepare Debate HEBER—Nineteen students at the Wasatch High School are preparing to participate in the debate meets this year. The debaters will begin their season on Nov. 19 at a practice debate at the South Summit High School. Four of the students who are in the class qualified for the State meet last year. The debate problem for this year is, "Resolved: The United States should adopt the essential features of the English, French or Russian System education." RAZOR'S EDGE MCMURDO SOUND, Antarctica (UPD—One pilot of the Navy's VX6 squadron lost not only his rakish beard but a "customer" today to Capt. Robert J. Scagle's order that everybody shave. "I'd have flown anywhere with that fellow," said one wondering member of the .squadron of the shaven pilot. "Now he looks lake a scared little boy." Mr. ana* Mrs. Joe Bellows accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Tom Page celebrated their wedding anniversary by going to Salt Lake for dinner Thursday. Mrs. Nathan J. Aitfcsn visited Wednesday with her daughter, Mrs. Dello Rowley, and family in Orem. Mrs. Margaret Baadsgaard attended a quilting at the home of Mrs. Lucilla Jarvis in Palmyra Thursday. Mrs. Delma Gurr of Pleasant OPEN 6:30 STARTS TONIGHT 1 1 / WillWMS CHANDUR THOMPSON-BATTAGLIA . r deFlLJPPO Lake Shore Woman's Brother Suffers Severe Eye Injury LAKE SHORE—Manson Huff, brother of Mrs, Lecni. a i>t ,k- strom, is in the Price Hospital with a sereve injury to his eyes. Hie Beckstroms accompanied by their two daughters visited with lim. Mr. and Mrs. Justin Nelson and Norma Ellen came from Cameron, Wyo , Tuesda/ in order to vote. They returned the same day. Grove held a quilting at her parents' home, the H. C. Petersons, Thursday. She served a hot dinner to Mrs. Beth Gordon, Mrs. Lauraine Coombs, Mrs. Helen Beckstrom, Mrs. Annie Huff and Mrs. Bernice Wilson. The ladies completed two quilts. Mrs. Alfred Baadsga'ard is home from the Utah Valley Hospital with her new baby son. The baby was welcomed home by i four sisters and three brothers. S. L Woman Killed In Sunday Crash SALT LAKE CITY ('UPD— An afternoon ride ended in tragedy for an elderly Salt Lake City woman Sunday when she was killed in a two-car collision at the mouth of Big Cottonwood Canyon. Ann Nechvatal, 77, was killed in a collision at 7200 South Wasatch Blvd. She suffered head injuries. Salt Lake County Deputy Sheriff Bob Jack said the victim was a passenger in a car driven by Gertrude C. Anderson, Salt Lake City. Jack said the other car was driven by Margaret Lucille Jungwirth of Keans. The Anderson vehicle was west bound when struck in an intersection by the Jungwirth auto, Jack said. The death boosted Utah's 1958 highway death toll to 167. During a similar period last year the state had 181 traffic fatalities. PALL FASHION NORMAN, Okla. (UPD—When- ever Laurie Logan, 2, takes a fall, sihe cries, "Timber!" She got the idea from a movie on the lumber industry. Many high school students attended the senior Barnival in Spanish Fork Friday night. 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