The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah on May 3, 1964 · Page 13
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The Salt Lake Tribune from Salt Lake City, Utah · Page 13

Salt Lake City, Utah
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Sunday, May 3, 1964
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14 A **• *•" Ulu Tribute, giuday, tUy S, 1M4 Springville Gallery Adds 2 Paintings Special to The Tribune SPRINGVILLE—Two more paintings have been hung in the Springville High School Museum permanent collection. AWARDS WERE PEL'SENTED to students for outstanding art work and for the best themes on art. Dixie Dunkley was given the Aureole Club award as outstanding art student by Mrs. Faye Oldroyd, club president. Mrs. Evelyn Bobbins, representing Women's Federated Clubs of Springville, gave second- and third-place awards, respectively, to Richard Moon and Lorna Bird. BEST-THEME AWARDS WENT to Linda Parker, first place, and Paul Salisbury, second. The two new paintinjjs are "Clam Diggers" by Herb Olsen, New York City, and "Harbor Moonlight," by Stanley Woodward, Massachusetts. DeMoIays Elect Officers, Choose Queen at Price Ann Anderson . . . Wins state- I wide DeMolay sweetheart name Special to The Tribune PRICE - Second day activities of the 33rd annual conclave of'the Utah State DeMolay Assn. Saturday featured election of officers, election of a "Sweetheart" and selection of a 1965 meeting place. TEBBY LYNCH, son of Mrs. Florence Lynch, Bountiful, was named master councilor, succeeding William P. Hansen Jr., Ogden. N'amed senior councilor was. William F. Klein, Ogden. Junior councilor is Clinton E. Tobey, with Dennis Thuet renamed as scribe-treasurer. ANN ANDERSON, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John C. Anderson, Ogden, was selected sweetheart and was introduced at the "Sweetheart Ball' Saturday night. Attendants are Sherrie Mullikan, Bountiful, and Linda Hairston, Provo. In the degree competition the Salt Lake chapter was declared iwinner over Ogden while Rodne> 'Varley, Orem, won the Howe talk contest. THE CONCLAVE closes Sun day with installation of officers and presentation of awards. YOUR FLOORS with excitingly beautiful H IO-- f] with Famous Amtico [and Flintlcote Brands VINYl LOOK ILE FORTIFIED WITH ASBESTOS GUARANTEED FOR A LIFETIME. FAMOUS SANTA CLARA CERAMIC WALL TILE riRST 9UAUTY— AMERICAN MADE Sold exclusively ^H HBV in tint >re « ty fM M V Color Til, Only *9 * SQ.FT. Y • • and up See Us for Ceiling Tile COME AND GET IT... AT THIS LOW. LOW PRICE! AT COLOR TILE- CHOOSE FROM THE LARGEST STOCKS IN TOWN. MONEY DOWN USE OUR EAST PAYMENT PLAN SALT LAKE'S kSUPEBMARTS BIG NEW TILE STORE 1460 SOUTH STATE ST. «««TC« PHONE 486-2121 PUNTY OF PARKING ON OUR OWN lOT.T.'wi.SS, 12 to 5:30 MON. ft FKI. 9 AJft. to 9 P.M. Dairy ft Sot. 9 AJL to 5:30 PJN. C«pr"«br ty Color HI* •* Colorod*. Ue. AMERICA'S GREAmi TILE 5UPERMART5 Weather is no object for Boy Scout TIM* 378 of Crantevilte, so Rodney Green stays, snow notwithstanding. Troop's mascot sticks out the snowstorm, too, bat some scoots didn't. Annual Robins Citations Honor 12 at Utah State By Associated Press LOGAN—The national president of the Junior Chamber of Commerce, -three Utah State University faculty members and eight USU students were honored at the annual campus Robins award program Saturday night. RICHARD Headlee, Bountiful, a 1953 Utah State graduate, and current national president of the Jaycees, was honored as Robins alumnus of the year. Special awards were siven to H. Ruben Reynolds, professor of fine arts, and Lyn (Swede) Larson, executive secretary of the USU Alumni Assn. The nine .regular campus Robins awards were presented to: PROFESSOR of the year — Mis. Chadwicfc Birthdays Special to The Tribune AMERICAN FORK — Mrs. Martha Chadwick will celebrate her 87th birthday anniversary at an open house her residence, 264 f* E. 3rd North, American Fork, Sunday from 2 to 5 p.m. She was born May 4, 1877, in American Fork She was married to William J Chadwick, Dec. 4, 1901, in the Salt .ake Temple, :hurch of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. He died Nov. 11, ,956. SHE HAS FIVE sons and three daughters, 20 grandchildren and 31 great-grandchildren. Special to The Tribune SPRINGVILLE — James J. Wilier will celebrate his 80th birthday anniversary Sunday at an open house at Ihis residence, |€7 S. 2nd East, Springville, Sunday from 3 to 5 |p.m. He was born In [Spanish Fork on May 5, 1884. He married Essie iCherrington Nov. 17, 1909, in the Salt Lake Temple, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter- day Saints. She died Sept. 11, 1931. He has done construction work most of his life. FOR THE PAST three years he has worked as a school safety patrolman. He has three sons and seven daughters, six stepdaughters, 67 grandchildren and 18 great- grandchildren. He requests no gifts. Mrs. Mamie Watkins will celebrate her 83th birthday anniversary Sunday, from 2 to 7 p.m. at an open house at her residence, 319 Hubbard Ave. She was born May 1, 1881, in Stockholm, Sweden. She came to the United States in 1890. She was married to Alvin f Sft ffi Ml *- w " u Lake City. He died July 12. 1947.! SHE HAS OXE son and five daughters, nine grandchildren, J30 great-grandchildren and three i great-great-grandchildren. Moyle Q. Rice, professor of English. Man of the year—Bruce Bishop, son of Mr, and Mrs. A. Alvin Bishop, Logan, USU student body president, senior engineering honor student and ROTC cadet officer. WOMAN of the year-Orona Palmer, daugher of W. Horace Palmer, Route 1, Morrison, Colo., a senior American studies major who has taken part in many student activities. Scholar of the year—Julia Ann Frandsen, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Arden N. Frandsen. Logan. a mathematics major with a 3.9 grade point (4.0 is straight A). TALENT OF the year—Jon Cranney, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. G. Cranney, Preston, Idaho, a senior in theater arts. International student of the year—Anne Stringam, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bryce C. Stringam, Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada, who has been a student senator, chairman of the Publications Council, writer for the student newspaper and president of her sorority. She is a senior history major. ACHIEVEMENT of the year- Richard Gordon, son of Mr. and Mrs. Sam H. Gordon, Brigham City, a senior business major who has been homecoming chairman, president of Co-Orgs and active in other student affairs. Personality of the year — Brenda Whitney, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Whitney, Tremonton, a junior in history, who is president of Associated Women Students. ATHLETE of the year—Bill Munson, son of Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Munson, Lodi, Calif., record- setting senior quarterback on the football team and a physical education major. Mr. Miller 'Outing'Goes In-Snow Bogs Scouts By Lyle CoJbath Tribune Correspondent TOOELE ARMY DEPOT — Dawn drizzled fts way across this post Saturday and revealed a standoff in a classic clash: Boy Scouts vs. the weather. WHERE ABOUT 250 scouts of the Stansbury District were to have spent a full day in camping and outdoor skill testing, only one. soggy tent remained standing by midmorning. The lone outpost was maintained by Troop 378 of Grantsville, which had plenty of company when the scouts first set up camp Friday afternoon. THEN FT RAINED. Then it snowed. Then it got cold (39 degrees); and boraefires offered more promise than campfires: Exit 50 per cent of the scouts. Some stayed, and for the record, they found out that it's possible for four inches of snow to fall on the desert in May. SO TROOP 378 had a hearty outdoor breakfast, but the scouts didn't get a crack at camping competition. That wffl be held at a drier date in the future, camp officials said. Auction of Cars Nets City $235 An automobile auction conducted Saturday of 16 motor vehicles held in impoundment at the Auto Theft and Recovery Bureau. 656 S. 2nd West, netted about $235, according to bureau officials. MANY OF THE vehicles were described as unserviceable by officers. GIFFINS • 271 South Main •

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