The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 14, 1938 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO PROVO (UTAH) EVENING HERALD. THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1938 500 Coining Here For Commercial Contest at B.Y.U. With nearly 500 students from 45 schools in Utah, Idaho and Wyoming already registered the Fourteenth Annual Intermountain Commercial contest being held Friday at Brigham Young university will 'oe larger than ever before, Evan M. Croft, publicity chairman, announces. The schools to be represented at the contests include three which have never before entered: Douglas, Wyo., which will send delegates the farthest distance; Alterra high school, Roosevelt, and Morgan high school. Many of the edelegates will participate in several of the events which include divisions in bookkeeping-, typewriting, and shorthand. In addition to the student contests, there will also be a conference of high school commercial teachers to be held under the direction of H. B. Gunderson, Utah state vocational director. An ex- EASTER CARDS .. On Display .. Gessford's, Inc. 47 North University Dentists Install Socie^Officers New officers of the Utah County Dental society were installed Wednesday evening at a meeting held at Keeleys. The officers installed are: President, Dr. P. L. Jones, Nephi; first vice president, Dr. C. R. Anderson, American Fork; second vice president, Dr. R. C. Petty, Springville; secretary, Dr. David Morgan, Provo. Following the celebration of the installation of the officers the national dental poster contest was discussed. More than 100 posters drawn by school children from Nephi to Heber City will be judged by local dentists before the winning posters are entered in the national contest. A report was made of the examination of pre-school children in Utah county. Inaugurated by the State Board of Health, children have been examined from Santaquin to American Fork for dental problems. Mozart made a concert tour at the age of 6. One audience ascribed the skill of his left hand to a ring that he wore, believing there was witchcraft in it. Mozart removed the ring and played more brilliantly than ever. hibition of modern office appliances will be sponsored by the Beta chapter of Alpha Kappa Psi, commercial fraternity, and a free package luncheon is to be served to all contestants. Awards are to be made the day of the contest at 5:30 o'clock in College hall- The events will be bookekecping, first and seconc year; shorthand, first and second 'year; typewriting, first and second year, and amateur. GRAND JURY CALLS RECESS SALT LAKE CITY, April 14 )—The Salt Lake county grand jury recessed until Monday today are subpenas were issued for witnesses who will appear in connection with investigation- of asserted police department corruption. Carl W. Buehner, jury foreman, said "I doubt if there will be any more recesses except for brief intervals after Monday." His statement was believed to mean the jury will immediately open an investigation of asserted state department .irregularities after concluding the inquiry of an asserted "payoff" system between police and the underworld. Market News Stocks higher in' moderately active trade. Bonds irregular in quiet trade; U. S. governments higher. Curb stocks higher. Foreign exchange firm. Cotton up about $1.50 a bale. Wheat 2 to 2 3-8 higher; corn % to 5-8 higher. Rubber futures up 3 4 cent a pound. Silver unchanged in New York at 42-','j cents a fine ounce. The last volcano In the Unitec States, Mount Lassen, will not erupt again, according to scientists. Its last eruption was in 1914. For New Spiinj Costume Harmony Our Lingerie Department is Completely Stocked for "BUDGETED WOMEN CHARDONIZE RAYON PANTIES Extra fine quality styled to "comfortably fit", plain, satin stripe, or lace trim Smart Moderns Are Demanding BRASSIERES that emphasize the dividing line. Hickorys No. 38 does just this. 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She has had dramatic training in Richfield, Los Angeles and at the B. Y. U. Miss Tietjen is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. Roland Tietjen, of Monroe, is 5 feet 4% inches tall and weighs 1*4 pounds. She has brown hair and eyes. She sings, dances, swims, and is an accomplished violinist. She has twice won state violin solo contests, and once a National Federation of Music contest. Although the contest emanates from Salt Lake City nearly fifty per cent of the contestants come from other sections of the state. The contest closes on April 20. Requirements are only that the entrant be born in Utah, is eighteen years old by July 1, anc is unmarried. Entrance is effected by filling out an entry blank, procurable at the chamber of commerce, Salt Lake City, and submitting a picture. The contest does not require personal appearance. The winner will preside over a Coronation ball here in May, will be the guest at numerous civic and social functions, will preside over the Pioneer Day parade, the Covered Wagon Days rodeo, will be provided with distinctive costumes, and will win a week's trip via Western Air Express, with escort, to Hollywood, where as a guest of Fanchon and Marco, stage and movie producers, will visit all motion picture studios. She will also be given stage, dancing, dramatic, and radio auditions, and will meet talent scouts and film casting directors, who will decide upon the necessity ot advisability of a screen test. Postmaster Named At Salina Today MARIE BERTELSEN BARBARA TIETJEN Pre-School Children Examined At Payson WASHINGTON, April 14 (U.E)— Postmaster General James A. Farley today appointed Howard Mattsson, acting postmaster at Salina, Utah. PAYSON—A total of sixty-six pre school children who will enter school in September were examined at the Payson Junior high school Monday and Tuesday. Miss Ruth Shaw public health nurse was in charge of the clinic assisted by Dr. M. L. Oldroyd and Dr. Moody, also Mrs. Emma Shuler, Mrs. Hazel Patten and Mrs. Thelma Harmer of the P.-T. A. All mothers are requested to bring their children to the school again on Tuesday, May 10 at 10 a. m. Dentists will be in attendance to give a dental examination. The second dose of diphtheria toxoid will be given and the small pox vaccinations will be ready at that time. Springville Locals LOGAN—(Special to the Springville Herald)—Ace Roundy, former Springville high school athlete, this week was selected to captain the 1939 wrestling squad at the Utah State Agricultural college, Coach George Nelson, veteran mat leader at the school, announced. Roundy has shown exceptional grappling ability since he first came under the tutelage of Coach Nelson two years ago. The 165- pound former Springville lad has baen undefeated in two years of competition and has won nearly all of his matches via the fall route. Ace is very popular with the grapplers who have been with him for two years and his selection to the "lead" man on the varsity squad came through popular vote, it was learned. Roundy is a junior at the state school and will graduate next year following what is contemplated to be a very successful mat season. Mrs. George Wilson Sr., Mrs George Wilson Jr., Mrs. Laurence Wilson and Miss Maxine Watts were joint hostesses at a bridal shower tendered Mrs. Hugh Ward, the former Wanda Wilson, Wednesday evening, April 6, at the home of Mrs. George Wilson Jr. Games provided the amusement of the evening and a delicious lunch was served to forty-two guests. The bride received many beautiful and useful gifts. Word was received here Tuesday by Mrs. George Dallin, from her daughter-in-law, Mrs. Beth Dallin, of the death of the latter's sister, Mrs. Delphia Jolley Wheelhouse, Long Beach, Calif., Saturday night. Mrs. Wheelhouse was a former resident of Springville and Mapleton, having spent her early life and attended the schools in this city. Her married life had been spent mostly in California. In the reports of high school students winning high honors at the speech contests the preceding week at the B. Y. U., Provo, the name of Miss Naomi Weight was inadvertently omitted. Miss Weight won honorable mention in the contest with a very fine reading. She also won honors in a speech contest held in Ogden recently. "Two Days to Marry," a three- act comedy, under the direction of Mrs. Gertrude Clements and Clifford Pierce, was presented by the First Ward M. I. A., Wednesday night, at Mapleton. They plan will te given in the First ward on Friday, April 22 at 8 o'clock. A matinee will be given in the afternoon of the same day and it is desired that all primary children attend the matinee rather than the evening performance. The cast includes, George Bird, Ileen Felix, Zelma Thorpe, June Pierce, Maxine Watts, Woodrow Thorpe and Blaine Thorpe. State Official Is Cross Examined • * . BOISE, Ida., April 14 <t'.E> — Commissioner of _ Public Works Ira J. Taylor underwent grueling cross-examination by the state today as the prosecution attempted to show that Taylor, during the time he was warden of the penitentiary, knew that certain checks for the sale of farm produce were being cashed but not submitted to the state treasurer. Taylor was indicted by the Ada county grand jury on the charge of failure to keep and pay over $858 in funds accruing to the prison through the sale of farm avestock and produce. M. I. A. OPERA PARSON—The Third Ward M. I. A. will present the opera, "Chimes of Normandy," next Tuesday and Wednesday, April 19 and 20, in the ward recreation 'nail. Sixty members of the ward are in the cast, which is being directed by Miss Clara Johnson and Mrs. Crable, with Ramona Lincoln Junior High Election Student officers of Lincoln Jun-' ior high school for 1938-39 were elected Thursday after an active campaign. Balloting was close. The new officers are Max Broadhead, president; Hazel Orvim, vice president; Florence" Bown, secretary; Bobby Foutin, athletic manager; Billy Simpson, eighth grade representative; Raymond Berry, president of the boys' organization; and Lois Williams, president of the girls' prganization. Three parties have been active during the campaign. They are the Red, Blue, and Gold. Smith as accompanist. Leads will be sung by Elvon McCIellan, Ray Moore. Reed Peery, Roy Hill, Erna Robbins, Lucile Blngham, Elizabeth Manwill and Pearl Dai- ton. Special scenery and costumes are being provided and all officers are working for the success of the activity. So of Course You'll Want a New MATTRESS SLEEP WELL. 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