Charlean Sattiewhite 1974

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Charlean Sattiewhite 1974 - WANDERS MISHAP 2-year-old Old English dog was...
WANDERS MISHAP 2-year-old Old English dog was lost Saturday when her owner, Robert of 229 Chimes was struck by in a crosswalk at Washington. dog wandered away Mr. Macek was being to the hospital not turned up at home. Erma is in color and her long shaggy short for the a reward is offered her return. with information lost dog is asked Mr. Macek at 6212451 621-9593. Drill Enter weeks and weeks of rehearsals, the truth has finally arrived band and drill team three northern schools. students from Weber. and Morgan high participated in band and competition at Canada's Calgary Stampede. took place during the annual parade. The rated according to musical and marching TOP RATED comcetition last year, High School rated among the top participants. Their goal pre-daylight re-j mu mty Action Agency under the this vpar has h^pn to I ^·w^^-;/^ n f TidVp T nnn*-rj. v Economic Reported Despite some problems inflation and the shortage materials, the economic for the second half of 1974 generally good for Utah, This is the report of the quarterly First Security Letter being distributed this week, according to Robert T. is edited by Dr. EIRoy | First Security Corporation president and economist. ! c ot Utah's employment, payrolls and construction continued to establish new high levels the first half of the year,' 8 reports First Security, while retail trade increased at a; somewhat lower rate than in 1973. .Exploration for and production of fuels, including oil. coal l a n d uranium. celerated during the period. Further increases are ticipated in development and jproduction of mineral fuels, (metals, and in manufacturing. I The construction outlook is HEAD START children Tonya Swain and Michael Larsen show interest in crafts under the direction of Mrs. Joe W. Sattiewhite. to good for the remainder year, and employment should increase at a rate below one year ago says the hTR. Early Schooling Vital, Head Start Aides Feel The very early years are the j and yarn stitching as well as .most critical period in a child's j carpentry, development, p a r e n t s and | Mrs. Joe W. (Charlean) Sattie- friends of Head Start have been [white led the children in musi- told. ical numbers and the class of Craig Barker narrated a film- Mrs. Vivian Brown also sang. strip on the program administered by the Ogden Area Com- this year has been to number one rating. Dr. is the director. o r g a n High School the direction of direction of Mrs. Leonard K. (Shannon) Hoskins for a meeting outlining the program. Head Start is a special educational and health care project will be competing | for 4_ yearK) i ds to prepare them schools with 750 better for school attendance . or less and will not be with the Bonneville High School group, will be in competition region rival. Under the of Melvin Edvalsen, Weber High School the school's band in several today's p a r a d e Component directors and coordinators spoke. They included Rosemary Tibbetts, education; TV Set, Stereo Equipment, Cash Lost to Thieves Police listed cash, stereo equipment, and a TV set lost in burglaries reported over the weekend. A tape player and TV set were taken from the home of Gene Matu, 564 23rd, police said. The loss came to $418. Thieves took $195 in cash from a safe at The Pizza Pie, 1438,100 an" increase of -|3.6 per cent above last with increases being shown 'all major categoires. Greatest | increase was shown in Mrs. Caeser (Mary) Swain, so-1421 Washington, according to ir -D i -j ^ filrc stressing Mr. Barker said the program | of dental was initiated in 1964 under the Office of Economic Opportunity to overcome inherent handicaps to children inherent handicaps ilies. ON WORK The program's success pends upon the work of children's parents and volunteers. Adults, both young and old, volunteer as story-tellers, tsach- cial services;. Mrs. Sue E. McIntosh, volunteers, and Mrs. Frank R. (Oretha) Brooks, Head Start nurse. Dr. H. Conwey Morris Jr., Head Start dentist, showed a the police. Fifty dollars in cash was stolen from the residence of Ann Connoly, 1352 Canyon Road, number 113, police reported. Thieves the groups will be perform at several events planned as pail ers a i des ^3 help in the class- stampede. l rooms at both Marshall White | Weber and Bonne- Center and the T.O. Smith Ele-l school groups plan jmentary School j at Expo '74 i n j Wash., as well. j Sentence to Driver term was ordered for a Ogden man who! games and presented displays guilty plea in City md er the theme, "Our Homes." the charge of driving The youngsters showed Half-day classes are heW at each place, with 210 children enrolled. Policies are initiated and approved by an advisory council made up mostly by parents. D u r i n g the back-to-school j night, children sang, played! An All T/me Western Favorite -B-Q. BEEF ROY--5335 South 1900 Wast Ride ALL including the FUN influence of in- gardens planted in glass contain- UNEQUALLEfd APVENf URE ! ers told of * eir trip to Hogle P. Chavez of 3211 ! Zoo, displayed signs of summer, sentenced to serve 30 gave examples of tapestry work Weber County Jail complete a one year period. KAYSVILIE. THEATRE-376i5272 SHARIF In ISLAND WALKING A 9CP Production. A Great Frontier Adventure! DOROTHY McGUIRE and FESS PARKER TECHNICOLOR® Box 7:30. Show 8 p.m. A Great Wilderness Adventure! «=» TECHNICOLORS HER WILLIAM KAY Costarring ROGcR C. CA L Music by MICHEL Directed by CUNT EASTWOOD A UNlVERSAl/MAtfflSO y.ss'isvrsE" 1 HELD OVER QGDEN--Motor-Vu Show starts at SORRY NO

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  1. The Ogden Standard-Examiner,
  2. 08 Jul 1974, Mon,
  3. Page 11

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