1953 Bert Carrigan cleaning bus windows

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1953 Bert Carrigan cleaning bus windows - rules Mr. as be last will of begin be...
rules Mr. as be last will of begin be SPOTLESS--That's the way Bert Carrigan insists the windows on all nine of the Morgan buses be kept at. all times. 600 Ride 'Em Daily Morgan's School Buses in 'Tip-Top 7 Shape By DAISY CROUCH ..President Eva Jensen of the MORGAN - The fleet of nine | Stake Relief Society board and , . . . - ir * Mrs. Lena Giles, chorister, are in buses which carnes Morgan stu- charge o£ arrangements . dents to school is m 'tip-top shape," the Utah State Highway Patrol reports. Inspected by Sgt. Ted London of the patrol early this week, the carriers were found in A-l condition on virtually every count. Bert Carrigan is the man who sees to it that they stay that way. Has done for seven years. Approximately 600 students travel to and from the schools in the buses five days a week. They are from Croydon, Devils Slide, Porterville, Richville, Peterson, Peterson, Milton and North and South Morgan. Mr. Carrigan, who makes three The Sunday evening meeting in Croydon featured L. D. Wilde and Adolph Reeder of Brigham City, as principal speakers. They also showed pictures of the 1947 Centennial Pioneer trek. A musical program will'be presented in the North Morgan Ward Sunday evening by the Teen-Tots, a group of young singers from the Ogden Seventeenth Seventeenth Ward. J. L. Terry, music .director of the high school, is making the arrangements. South Morgan DUP Camp will meet tomorrow afternoon in the runs a day himself, inspects each i Pioneer building at 2:30. Mrs. of the buses at least once daily, Celeste Durrani will give the les- keeps them spotless and in per- son on "Pioneer Dancing," and the hostesses will be Mrs. Mary Welch, Mrs. LaRu'e Waldron and Mrs. Anna Sommers. feet mechanical shape. This year two new buses were put into service aittrtwo of the oldest ones were retired. A 1941 model machine is oldest now. The other eight drivers, who observe a "safety-first" policy at all times' are Merrill Porter, Donald Donald Brough/Ross and Porter Carter, Carter, Frank B. Rich, Roland Bobman, Bobman, Verl Poll and Max Widdison. Widdison. Some of them have been at it for as long as 18 years. Evanston Coed Wins Scholarship EVANSTON, Wyo. -- Mariel A special meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary is scheduled for Monday, according according to Mrs. Enid Phillips, president. president. The purpose of the meeting meeting is to select a girl for Girls' State and to elect new officers. Mrs. Catharine Brockmeier of Zion's Canyon is staying for time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Littlefield, and taking taking care of Mrs. Littlefield who has been ill. Among Morgan County people people who are confined to hospitals hospitals in the state are Norman Toone and Miss Chrystal Burnett Burnett of Croydon. Clevie Thompson Thompson of Devils Slide is very ill at his home. Military News William Thackeray of Croydon and Merrill Francis leave this week for the induction center. Max. Creager, son of Mrs, S. Creager, left Saturday for Camp! Stoneman where he is waiting shipment to Japan and Korea. Pvt. Reed G. Carlile has been assigned to Camp Roberts, Calif., to begin military training. Don LaVern Smith who is in service in the Navy, is home his parents on a 10-day furlough. Pfc. Dean Smith received his ,

Clipped from The Ogden Standard-Examiner23 Apr 1953, ThuPage 14

The Ogden Standard-Examiner (Ogden, Utah)23 Apr 1953, ThuPage 14
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