News Carriers Honored For Service Today Is National Newspaper Boys' Day. In honor of the event about 200 "junior business men" •who deliver the Ogden Standard- Examiner througout the area, took in the rousing Weber College-Boise College-Boise Junior College football game last night as guests of their employer. Eight outstanding newspaper boys of the year have been chosen by the circulation staff of the Standard-Examiner, in honor of the national day. j They are Robert Kirk, Larry Nelson, Victor Ferre, Junior L&r- ~ ----- .. - _ . son, Terry Rich, Kent Call, Dennis Dennis Morgan and Keith Baliey. Larry Nelson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Nelson, 918 36th, has five years to his credit. He an outstanding student at Washington Washington Junior High School, and has 100 per cent attendance record record in church meetings. His hobby is coin collecting. Terry Rich has delivered pa pers for the past five years. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey N. Rich, 3354 Fowler, his service on the route has brought almost no complaints. He has qualified for all outings given by the newspaper. newspaper. The four-year veteran is Junior Larson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Leslie Larson, 131 Lynnwood Dr., Clearfield. He is an "A" student and plans to attend college. Kent Call, who has three years to his record, can report that his route service is excellent. He is also an *'A" student and has a 100 per cent record to all priesthood meetings. He is also a member of the Little League Baseball team. Kent is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Steven Call, 109 Terry Dr., Sunset. Sunset. Robert Kirk has been delivering delivering papers for three and a half years. A son of Mrs. Martha Kirk, 124 W. 4900 South, he is a "B" average student and his hobby is photography, football and basketball. basketball. Victor Ferre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Ferre, 2273 Van Buren is a three-year router. He has had no complaints i'rom customers customers in the past year, Is active in church, school clubs and is an "A" itudent. Dennis Morgan who lives with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Delton Morgan, 736 Polk, has worked for the paper for the past two and a half years. He has had no complaints complaints on his route during the past year, has a very good record in church attendance and his •cholastic standing is very good. Only six complaints in the past two and a half years Is the record of Keith Bailey. He is a member of the Elk's baseball team which took first place this year, has 100 per cent attendance record in priesthood, is an Eagle Scout and has 33 merit badges.