Hampel Phyllis b1956 1974 Newspaper
has Ogden State Crockett affirming crime at o t e a man Salt He was and in with torium. PHYLLIS HAMPEL Vies For Title DEBBIE WILLIAMS Enters Pageant. MELANIE MESSENGER. Likes Business Field. ELEVEN IN RUNNING Four More Enter Miss Teen Contest; Judging Saturday WASHINGTON TERRACE -Four more Ogden area girls have entered the 1974 Ogden Junior Miss Pageant and will compete for a place to the state pageant during the local contest Saturday at 7:30 p.m. in the Bonneville High School audi- Crock- was a Harris' A. Lucas. The last four entries -bringing the total field to 11 contestants -- are Phyllis H a m p e 1, Debbie Williams, Melanie Messenger and Joyce ef- Crock- 2V 2 YEARS All four are 17 years old and are in their senior year of high seems to school; each has carried at tnan ^^ ^ gfade ^ average over the last 2% years in order to qualify for the pageant scholastically. The local pageant winner will compete with other Junior Miss is charge is, a Feb. 2 in Salt Lake City. . Contestants will be judged on the basis of mental alertness, scholastic achievement, poise, appearance, physical fitness ' Her interests include sewing m u s i c , drawing, modeling handicrafts and a broad rang' of sports. Miss Lucas, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Lucas of Stowe Drive, is a Ben Lomond High senior who will seek a career as an airline hostess. Active in music and drama, she is a member and soloist the school a cappella and modern choirs, has earned two superior festival ratings and a p p e a r s often in musicals. Her interests -- in addition music and drama -- include sewing, public speaking, flower arranging, sports and doing volunteer work at McKay-Dee Hospital. JOYCE A. LUCAS Scot Musician and Mrs. Arthur R. Messenger of 2168 Monroe. A prospective business ad- she is ac- Symphony Debs, Future Business Leaders of America, student council, ministration major, tive in pep club, in theater's forming arts. The pageant is open to the public and tickets will be sold ad- per: National Honor Society and j holds membership as a ZCMI ' \7f,nv*r* TMwifil* 3rd hWIEKj ,TMi through Ogden Jaycees in the vance % r a f t h e do / r . an- was allegedly jury comments to was the them. An Ogden High senior, Miss Hampel is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bruce F. Hampel of 1445 27th. She plans to study home economics and floral and interior design at Weber State College and may seek a career in speech therapy. A member of the student council, she is active in Symphony Debs, Ballet Debs, the American Red Cross and serves as vice president of her school drama guild. Her interests include violin, f l o w e r arranging, sewing, drama, sports and creative decoration with sea shells and driftwood. Miss Williams, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. Â· Basil Williams of 1348 31st, is also an Ogden High senior and serves Young Timer. RIVERDALE PTA CALLS SESSION RIVERDALE--The superintendent of the Weber School District will be the guest speaker at the Riverdale Elementary S c h o o l PTA meeting Thursday at 7:30 p.m. Dr. G. Leland Burningham will discuss his attitudes toward individualized instruction and humanization of education. as concertmaster and vice president of the school orchestra. Active in pep club, Symphony 69 and man 208V2 two he his man;hospital, Miss Williams Mr.' the him to stomping St. he to Debs, local politics volunteer work at a and local is a member of the National Honor Society and plans to pursue a teaching degree at Brigham Young University. Her interests are violin, piano, creative writing, skiing, jogging and sewing. The third Ogden High senior to enter the pageant is Miss Messenger, the daughter of Mr. Hal! Bartlett : ! $ % Jonathan Livingston f^ Â·' "Â·Â· Â· Seagull EVERYONE'S BOOK IS 'EVERYONE'S MOTION PICTURE f THE MOVIE FIRST RUN SHOWS AT 7:00, 8:30, 10:00 me is only human. Based on the World-Wide Best-Selling Book A UNIVERSAL PLAYBOY PICTURE TECHNICOLOR ORPHEUM D.OWN T O W N - OGDEN WMknlght* 7:00 and 9:30 WÂ«Â«lct.ndt f rom 1:30 Escape Is Everything!