Clipped From The Ogden Standard-Examiner
OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER OGDEN, UTAH, TUESDAY EVENING, APRIL 18, 1961 D. BELNAP JACKSON THORNE WAGSTAFF Court of Honor Friday To Give 8 Curved Bars More than 100 awards for accomplishments accomplishments in the Utah Council, Oak Hills Neighborhood Girl Scout program will be handed out Friday. Friday. A court of honor will be held in the Utah Power and Light Co. auditorium beginning at 7:30 p.m. Among the recipients will be eight girls who have -completed requirements requirements for the Curved Bar award. The awards will be presented by Mrs. Albert Garrison to girls of troop 48 who have fulfilled requirements requirements under the guidance of Mrs. Howard Belnap, leader. They are: Mary Gleason, daugh- ROY —- City, -officials will ask the state to stand the expense of adjusting adjusting the utilities on U. S. 91 to conform with the over-all plan to improve the highway. The City Council Monday night heard a report from its consulting engineer that relocation and adjustment ter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Gleason, 3223 Taylor; Marsha Garfield.. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Garfield, 1363 31st; Elja Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brown, 3420 Iowa, and Renae Belnap, Belnap, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Byron Belnap, 1355 Kingston. Diane Belnap, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Howard .Belnap, 3130 Polk; Ann Jackson, daughter of Mr. and Clair Jackson, 3401 Oak Ridge Drive; Ruth Ann Thorne, daughter of Mr. arid Mrs. Enoch] Thorne, 1318 Waicott, and Sandra Lee Wagstaff, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. David B. Wagstaff, 3120 Iowa. The girls are all students at Mount Ogden Junior High School. All of the girls, except Miss Brown, fulfilled the requirements in the field of homemaldng. Miss Brown will receive her award in the field of out-of-doors. Ten-year service pins will be awarded to: Roxy Schoof, Celia Williams, Gloria Hull, Colleen Keyes, Mrs. Lorraine Keyes and Mrs. Nora Tudor. Kay Kister, Margaret -Chase, Janet Clay, Mary Ellis and Kit Wuebeker will take part in the senior investiture of troop 415. Seven girls will receive five point pins; 18, five-year service pins; eight, first class badges and 60 scouts, second class badges.