The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on May 23, 1958 · Page 8
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 8

Provo, Utah
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Friday, May 23, 1958
Page 8
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8 FRIDAY, MAY 23, 1958 Utah County, Utah DAILY HERALD Provo High Vesper Rites Slated Sunday Afternoon Vesper services for the graduating class of Provo High will be held Sunday at 2:30 p. m. in the school auditorium. -This meeting is ttoe devotional part of the graduating exercises, and will begin the commencement week activities. The program will begin with prelude organ music followed by a welcoming address by student body president Robert Taylor. He will be followed by the four main speakers who are George Williams, David Wright, Diana Markham and Dixie Gordon. These students are all members of the graduating class. From the many musical groups who auditioned for a position on this program, the Senior Girls Chorus and a woodwind quintet were selected. This quintet is composed of Fae Clarkson, Melvin Ohilds, Lloyd Morley, Valene Georges and David White. Anyone who wishes to attend this devotional senior activity may do so, as the public is invited. Following the vesper activities, the graduates and their parents are invited to attend a tea which will be held in the school lunchroom. Honor Day Assembly Held At Payson High School PAYSON — Wednedsay was Honor Day at Payson High School with the following students receiving awards: F. F. A. Foundation awards— farm safety, Jay Rindlisbacher; farm electrification, Richard Jackson; dairy farming, Mont Sperry; public speaking, Ronald Reece; soil and water conse'-va- tion, Michael Spotten; farm mechanics, LaMar Zeeman; Star Chapter farmer, Gordon Moose; awards being supervised by Ben A Leatham. Special tennis awards—Cordell Chipman, R. Hansen, Harold Wilkenson, Howard Christensen, Tcny Christensen, Jay Taylor, Lynn Oborn, and Jay Worthington, awards being presented by Verl Sudweeks. Tolhurst awards in public speaking—Tony Christensen and Bonnie Heelis, awards being presented by Mrs. Byron Staheli. Curtis music awards — Linda Keele, Cordell Chipman, and Bausch and Lomb science award J —Clyde Robbins. Bigler athletic award — Lynn Stewart. Special athletic awards—tennis, Cordell Chipman; baseball, Gary Wignall; basketball, Blain Dixon; football, Lynn Stewart; wrestling, William Nielson; track, Larry McLennan; Bishop and Durrant award, Dennis McBeth. sented by Dr. A. L. Curtis. Athletic awards for football basketball, wrestling, or track- Paul Meredith, Billy Nielson, Lynn Oborn, Doug Palmer, Wayne Parker, Keith Peery, Jim Peterson, Kenneth Peterson, Lynn Pickering, Jay Rindlisbach- er, Clyde Robbins, Richard Robbins, Ray Rothe, Don Samuels Charles Searles, Elaine Spencer Gordon Spotten, Austen Staheli Max Lynn Stewart, Lynn Stewart Jay Taylor, Richard Thomas Phil White, Gary Wignall, Kenneth Wilson and Jay Karl Wor thington, awarding supervised by Dick Harmer and James Durrant. Additional athletic awards—Joe Ahlin, Paul Bowers, Robert Bradley, John Brooks, Rex Bryan Keith Buys, Kenneth Buys, Cordell Chipman, Howard Christensen, Tony Christensen, Joel Cowan, Elaine Dixon, David Dubois, Kendall Ewell, Rulon Ewell, Ronald Francom, Michael Garbett, George Gardner, Ronald Gee, Don Hancock, Gary Hansen, Raymond Hansen, Calvin Haskell, Joe Hill, Doug Huff, Gary Jarvis Roger Jensen, Ronald Lafferty, Neil Losser, Walter Ludlow, Kim Lyman, Warren Manwill, Dennis McBeth, Jeff MoBeft, Larry Me Lennan, and Melvin Meredith. Kiwanis Aarion awards—Aleene Hiatt and Howard Christensen. J. D. Christensen music award —Cordell Chipman. Sousa award for three years of band work—Cordell Chipman. Commercial awards — Nora West, Bonnie Heelis, and Florence Hendrickson. Speech department awards — Laura Lee Provstgaard and Larry McLennan. Warner journalism awards — Bonnie Heelis and Harold Wilkenson. Danforth scholarship awards- Barbara Moore and Howard Christensen. American Legion awards— Larry McLennan and Laura Lee Provstgaard. Close Out PHONOGRAPH RECORDS 50% DISCOUNT ON ALL ALBUMS & RECORDS Long Play and 45 RPM Classic - Popular - Western Everything Is on Sale in Record Department 50% to 75% OFF SPECIAL GROUP — L. P. ALBUMS $100 Regular 1.98 to 3.98... • • GRAB PACKAGE* — 7 Records "45 RPM $ 100 Older Pops ' uien Bros. Music 57 No. University, Provo PIANO BARGAINS Spinet Electronic 51995 Students Attend Clinics At Training School AMERICAN FORK-Clinics for interested groups from high schools of the state, are being held at Utah State Training School. Twelve sueh clinics, arranged by Dr. V. F. Houston, superin- sistant, were held in April and 12 so far in May. Participating schools were Davis, North Sanpete, Orem, Manti, Wayne, Lehi, Wasatch, South Sevier, Koosharem, Olympus, Vernal and Jordan high schools. In addition groups came from Utah State University, Box Elder Chamber of Commerce and Tooele Women's Clubs. Groups visiting in May have been MY High, Weber College, BYU Sociology Class, South Emery High, Ben Lomond High, North Sanpete High, .Piute High, Vocation School nurses, Provo High, Weber College, West Side High, Dayton, Idaho and BYU student nurses. Until 1872, horse thievery was punishable by death in Minnesota. Even after then, bands of vigilantes were known to take the law into their own hands and lynch horse thieves. ELECTED—Karen Ostler, first girl to be elected president of Juab High student body. Juab High School Elects Girl As Student President NEPHI—A spirited election for officers of the Juab High School student body for 1958-59 was held recently, with two parties in- the field, the Crimson, headed by Dennis Pay and the Gold Party headed by Richard Sudweeks. Each party encouraged the students to vote and 252 out of 272 students participated. This is .the first time a girl had been elected as student body president of the Juab High School. The returns were announced at the Girl's Day dance as follows: President, Karen Ostler; vice president, Phil Sperry; secretary, 'Christy Kendall; boys sport manager, Michael R. Garrett; girls sport manager, Connie Sparks. The present day Utah Wildlife Federation was born in 1897 when the State Fish and Game Protective Association was formed to aid in the wildlife restoration program. Parent's Day Scheduled At A. F. School AMERICAN FORK — Parents' Day wifl be observed at Utah State. Training School Sunday. A program by the djildren, to the theme of "Our Fairyland Park," will, begin at 9:30 a. m. in the amphitheater. Immediately following the program, the parents' Organization of the Utah Association For Retarded Children meeting is scheduled for 11 o'clock, in the auditorium. Mrs. Drew Pearson, pres ident, other officers, and Dr. V F..Houston, superintendent of the school, will give greetings. Principal speaker will be Dr. E. Paul Rasmussen, chief of the Bureau of OhUd Help Service of the Utah State Public Health Department Lunch will be served following the meeting. In the afternoon a guided tour of Fairyland Park will be con ducted. The afternoon will also be open for visiting with the children. GLAUCOMA: the Sinister Halo • This disease—caused by pressure of eye fluids on the optic nerve—leads to blindness. But it does not have to! A simple test spots it and, if you treat it soon enough, it can be checked ... as the author of this article in June Reader's Digest demonstrates from his own experience. Be sure to read "GLAUCOMAI the Sinister Halo" and the other 33 enlightening and entertaining articles in June Reader's Digest—at your newsstand now. (adv.) WEEK END CLEARANCE Patented Varieties PRICE While They Last EVERGREENS for LANDSCAPING FOR ALL YOUR NURSERY NEEDS OPEN .SUNDAYS Wildwood Hollow Farm Nursery 1600 SOUTH 8th WEST ON THE SANDHILL ROAD Rt. 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