Chris receives State Farmer Degree & Union Pacific scholarship April 4, 1962
Morgan Youth Elected By FFA; Wins Contest MORGAN--Jan Turner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Turner, is new vice president of the Utah State Future Farmers of America Association. For the second year in a row he is also winner of a $100 cash prize from the National Dairy Foundation. He received the award and was elected at a recent FFA convention in Salt'Lake City. Last year he served as secretary of the state organization and is currently secretary of the Morgan FFA chapter. He is a senior at Morgan High School where he is chairman of the school safety committee and a member of the school band and an officer of the "Men of Troy" Boys Club. THREE SCHOLARSHIPS For the last three years Jan has taken part in FFA public speaking contests in which he has won second and third place honors. He will enter Utah State University, Logan, in the fall. He holds three scholarships: the Union Pacific scholarship, Boys State and Logan Cafe Man Heads State Unit SALT LAKE CITY (AP)-Alfred Glauser, operator of Glauser's cafe in Logan, is new president today of the Utah State Restaurant Association, which is holding its annual two-day convention here. Glauser was elected Monday to succeed L. W. Harman, Salt Lake City, whose term expired. Nearly 600 delegates attended the opening session at which they were welcomed by Gov. George D. Cly3s. He told them that eating establishments play an important role in influencing tourists' impressions of the area. JAN TURNER New Vice President American Dairy Association scholarships. Several Morgan High School members also received honors at ! the state convention. Chris Newbold, son of Mr. and Mrs. Morris Newbold, received the State Farmer Degree and the Union Pacific Scholarship of $200. Philip Toone, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Toone, Croydon, was awarded the $300 Sears and Roebuck scholarship for outstanding leadership. Other FFA members competed in a parliamentary procedure program with the five member team of Jan Turner, Chris Newbold, George Fearn, Richard Bohman and Dick Cowley taking part. Joan Durrant, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Durrant, took in the state Sweetheart contest.