Vaughn J. Featherstone

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Vaughn J. Featherstone - a 8; teaching in the local system. Mr. Fraser...
a 8; teaching in the local system. Mr. Fraser was appointed principal in 1912. HIGH HIGH SCHOOL Continued from Page 15 the fourth part, will be delivered by Colleen Taylor, Bonita Larson and Jack Baker. The final part, "And Higher Still the Peaks, will be given by Marion D. Hanks, commencement speaker. • Kenneth Rimmasch will render a cello solo. A talk, "The School Seal," -will be given by Don Bone, and the .senior gift will be presented presented by Ray Wood and accepted by Allen Harden'. The Salt Lake Tribune award for outstanding scholarship and leadership will be presented by Clair W. Johnson, executive news editor, The Salt Lake Tribune. Dr. Mervin B. Hogari will present the Homer Christensen athletic award. Dan L. Baker, principal, will present the graduating class. The class will be accepted by Dr. M. Lynn Bennion, superintendent of schools. Diplomas will be conferred conferred 'by Rulon W. Clark, -Thaddeus -Thaddeus -M. Evans, James E; ;Hogle and J, Leonard Love, school- board members. "Song of West High" will be sung by the class. The recessional will "be given by Gay Axman. A commencement dance will be conducted at 9 p.m, in the Emerald Gardens, 70 N. Main. South high school's 745 graduating graduating seniors will enter the school auditorium, accompanied by the a cappella choir.. William Jackson, student body president, will gfve an address, "Farewell to South." A group of 20 outstanding seniors will discuss the class theme, "I Am My Brother's Keeper." The senior class gift will be presented by Don Ostler, senior class president. Vaughn Featherstone, Featherstone, junior class president, will accept the gift. Graduates will be presented by DeVoe Woolf, principal: principal: Marion G. Merkley, assistant assistant superintendent, will accept the class. Albert G. Zenger, board of education member, will award diplames. They will be.'distributed by three board members, Grant M, Burbidge, Samuel. J. Carter and Mrs. - A. R. Curtis. Members of the graduating class will conclude ceremonies by singing the school's alma mater. A senior reception will follow. . Boy, 9, Struck by Car Injured In an auto-pedestrian accident Wednesday at 12:15 p.m., Burt Stewart, 9, 513 E. 7th South, was treated at his home at 4:15 p.m. after his mother called police to report the mishap. The boy had said he was unhurt and was taken to Ms home by Mrs. Crissie Dixon, 1744 Yale ave., driver of ,thc auto. A police amoulance crew administered administered first aid for bruises'. The accident occurred at'Tth South and 5th East. are Morgan, Catherine Otis Fannie D«Vaux Lake Dale Anderson, Bert John Davis, Betty Esther A.M. 3:00 TiOO 7:16 B-.QO B:15 Siig 9OO 4:16 9:30 »4B 1O:OO 10:16 10.30 104i 11:00 1MB 11:3O 11:46 Nuiin 12:00 12:16 1*30 1?45 |:OO 1:16 1:30 1.46 2:00 2:16 2 *46 IMS 4:00 4:46 600 5:1* 63O 6:46 P.M. • S ao :46 7:30 7:46 «:00

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  1. The Salt Lake Tribune,
  2. 03 Jun 1948, Thu,
  3. Page 16

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