Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
Tot Likes Teacher, Tells About It, She Gets $1000 BRIGHAM CITY, May 29--"If+of Dr. Paul A. Witty, professor anyone got hurt at school Miss Ferre fixed him up and made him feel good inside .just like Mom does when we are home." That . is what Scott Grover. third grade student, wrote of his school teacher. Miss Blanche Ferre. Consequently, Miss Ferre will receive a $1000 cash award from Quiz Kids program, network. National Broadcasting oÂ£ education at Northwestern university; Dr. Willard Olson, professor of education at University of Michigan, and the Rev. Philip S. Moore, dean of the graduate at Notre Dame university, South Bend, Indiana. A thorough investigation was made before the winning teachers were selected. The investigation was made by K. E. Weight, superintendent. Box Elder county and Norma Jensen, supervisor, elementary education. Box Elder tyty schools, and Jennie Campbell, state elementary school supervisor. "Miss Ferre always had good lessons ready for us and always helped us so we could do our work. One of the kids in our room was kinda slow and couldn't read, so pur teacher came early every morn- j , ing to help him learn to read. ; "Miss Ferre was nice to all of us and not just a few," Grover's letter continued. ' S50 for Letter Scott won't go unrewarded. He will receive S50 for his letter. He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Grover, 625 South Eighth West. Miss Ferre. a teacher in Box Elder county schools, and who has -been at Central school here for ! quest and installation ceremonies the past 15 years, is winner of j Friday night at Ma's and Pa's the elementary department of a Roy. nation-wide best teacher contest conducted by the Quiz Kids program. .. . _ _ _ _ Winning the high" school divis- Director Ronald Wiscombe. Layton, ion is Roy Fisher. Nathalie, Va. ! and Past Presidents Al Jacobson The intermediate division was won i and Mrs. Lorraine Jacobson. by Nellie Hitt, Tuscaloosa. Ala. \ For the coming year the Jaycees Miss Ferre's teaching abilities i installed Don C. Shurtz, president; ' Dave Whitesides. first vice president; Ken Brailsford, second vice eral hospital here, where the ap- I president; Dick Shay, secretary- proximate 500 pupils of Central | treasurer: Jed L. Call and school began studies last fall after i Thorup. two-years directors, and their regular school building was i Dean Morgan. LaMar Day. destroyed by fire last August. : Don Paulson, one-year directors. Share Scott's Feelings i Jaycettes' new officers for the Her other students all seem to ' coming yeare are Mrs. Maxie Layton Jaycees, Wives Install LAYTON, Davis County. May --Layton Jaycees and Jaycettes held their annual installation ban- Speaker of the evening was President Al Hart, Bountiful, and honored guests included National this year have been put into use at army-abandoned Bushnell gen- Â· share Scott's feelings about her. ' Her. varied program of activities for her pupils and the fine spirit ley. president; Mrs. Lorlee Simmons, vice president; Mrs. Dorothy Thorup. secretary-treasurer: Mrs. of cooperation between teacher and i Allce Sm 'th and Mrs. Ruth Shurtz. children have made her classroom I two-year directors; Mrs. Verl a happy one. Her school room is ' Bl Â§S s . Mr s- Thelma Paulson and filled with evidences of the va: Mrs - Lorame Jacobson. one-year rieties of studies %vhich the chil- directors, and Mrs. Helen Morgan, dren wish to participate in--half- historian and recorder, made rugs on looms, plants, in- ' Both the Layton Jaycees and sects, and illustrations which the Jaycettes, through an intensive children's experiences, vital understanding of children's personalities and needs, and to have a contagious enthusiasm for equipping children for the future of today." She %vill receive a bachelor's degree in elementary education from University of Utah this summer. and has spent one summer at Columbia university, lege. teachers col- 35,000 Expressions The contest was conducted among the country's school children, who wrote letters on "The Teacher Who Has Helped Me Most." Thirty-five thousand letters were read and judged by a committee composed membership now exceeds 100. New Indictment Rumors in Air SALT LAKE CITY. May 29 Reports were circulated Saturday that the Salt Lake county grand p r e s jury vvill return ments next week. several indict- So far the j u r y has indicted l l v r*no nnrcrtn It Q/iriiienH f only one person. It accused Cyrus h " V. Lack of embezzling liquor e the state liquor control commission agency at the Brigham Street pharmacy.