The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 3, 1971 · Page 24
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Ogden Standard-Examiner, Sunday, October 3, 1971 DAY BY DAY DECORATIVE art and small engine repair are two of the variety of classes being offered-at the Bonneville Community school which opens next week. Comparing projects are Mr. and : Mrs. Ron Stephens. BonneviHe High Offers Night Creative Courses WASHINGTON TERRACE — |and 13 with fees ranging-from $5 If your lawnmower needs .an{to $10 per class. overhaul or you feel the urge to do something creative, the Bonneville Community school has just the things for you. Decorative art and small engine overhaul are two of the different and informative classes being offered by the school. REGISTRATION TIMES Registration will be held Tues day from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Bonneville High Student Lounge. A special discount of $8 per class will be given to married couples who participate in the eight week-long courses. In the creative department, courses available, include macrame, cake decorating, ceram- By IRIS SYNDERGAARD : ' It struck-, me the other-'day, while I sat at my desk with the phone held to 1 ;my ear, that -a whole new "pattern of 'behavior, has. built up around,- the use I of our t e 1 e- phones. There are, .to begin with, numerous ' cases of bad manners among- .th os e who use phones. As far as Tarn concerned, one Iris of the most'irritating involves the office switchboard where you call up and contact ;an op: erator who is b.usy. In a curt, disembodied voice she says "Will you hold?" and —perforce—you HOLD because, although the operator asked you a question, she certainly didn't give you a chance to answer. And-.there you are, possibly calling-, -long distance, listening to a distant, dark humming in the wires, feeling utterly frustrated. Even if you shout, "Hey! Anybody!" or "Come-back;" —which I've been known to do —it will get you nowhere. You .are left with two choices. Either' sit and fume as expen- sive minutes pass ' while you wait'-for the . operator to remember -you are there, or hang up. -.;..I, : personally, choose the latter alternative.^ Banging "the receiver with a great clatter may be a gesture in futility-but the noise is satisfying. _ -;-._ Another common irritatiph;<is having the .phone answered V.by. a wee child. A conversation.- which begins."Hewwo?" on one end is apt to, end with "Give your, mommy a message, ,kid. Tell' her a friend called — for the last time." At,leastJdciS;can be-:forgiven for v acting childish, but; is there any; excuse -for the phone call which goes like this? Course Opening at Center Could Save a Life-Defensive Driving Members of. -the Golden ..Hours fment. . - shuffleboard and -knitting at 10 Center, 650 25th,' may find aj A fee of $3 will be charged a.m., piano lessons and cards course offered this week-a realjfor the course if a group of 30 "*• 1 "*" ™<"^"" ^ ™«'-<"' life-saver. or ' more registers for it; the The course (in defensive drt- fee will be. slightly .Mgher._ if ving) is. expected to draw most! fewer center.' members partici- of the center's car-owning clicn-ipate, says Jean Moncla, center tele. It begins the first of four two- hour sessions at 10 a.m. .Saturday, but pre-registration is re- ouired. NO DRIVING Such courses are sponsored by the Utah Safety Council to enable senior citizens to pass driver's license renewal tesfs with more ease. It will involve no driving, and classroom sessions will be taught by Capt. Alyin Foulger of Ogden City Police Depart- direetor. OTHER CLASSES Two other.-new offerings, oil painting at 10 a.m. Wednesday and ceramics at 7:30-p.m. 'the same day, require advance registration, Mrs.- Moncla says. The week's schedule: . Monday: Ceramics and Chira painting at 10 a.m., lapidary, creative embroidery and, China painting at 1 p.m., bingo and nurse on ditty at 2, lapidary and silversmithery at 7. Tuesday: China, pai n t i n g, at 1 p.m., meeting of retired railroaders at 2, films at 2:30, oil 'painting at 7 and dancing at-7:30. ' WOODCARVING Wednesday: Woodcarving, oil painting and beginning macrame at 10 a.m., creative embroidery, macrame workshop and oil- painting at 1 p.m.,- creative embroidery and ceramics at 7:30. Thursday: Shuffleboard, ceramics and-knitting at 10 a.m., piano lessons, cards and oil painting at 1 p.m. Friday: Needlepoint and ceramics at 10 a.m., workshops at 1 p.m. and meeting of World War I veterans at 2:30. You: "Hello?" : - . - ' Tittering female caller: "Guess who this-is." You: "Hailie Selassie, Lion of Judah.'" "''•-•. ^ ."Caller:. "No, .silly.'-He's a MAN. Guess again." At this point it's okay to announce- crossly, "Fd rattier not"before you hang up. i. DOORBELL RINGS. ' And yet, except- for the. ring of a doorbell, there is-no sound in the house more demanding, and more promising, than the ring of the phone. Hurrying to answer, vague ! hopes form in the' mind. Is it someone calling, to say you won something? Is- it long distance, from a loved relative? An, invitation to a party? Or is it someone like the person who called me just moments ago. When I replied "No" to the abrupt question "Is this Hazel?" the caller cried, "Well, if I got the wrong number, why did you answer the phone?"' Why, indeed? AT CURFEW: . Tomorrow night w« have 8 Full Corn Moon. The information is yours, now, to uie . as you se* fit. • Former School Official Gets Regional Job R. Garfield, former Ogden School District administrator, has been named acting director of Region 8 for the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare, according to word from the regional office in Denver. Colo. Dr. Garfield took over direction of the district, including the states of Colorado, Utah, Wyoming, Montana, North Dakota and South Dakota, when Dr. William T..Van Orman, former regional director, was moved to Washington, D.C., as special assistant to the HEW assistant secretary for administration and management. The new acting director resides in Broomfield, a Denver suburb, with his wife and family. 'He moved to Colorado last October to become deputy regional director. Dr. Garfield was director of educational services in the Ogden district when he resigned to take the HEW post. • He started as a .teacher in tiie Ogden .district, then took a year's leave of absence to go to Washington as administrative assistant to then Vice President Richard M. Nixon. He taught again on his return to Ogden, then became p r i n c i pal of the Bonneville School, and was moved to a •district office assignment. He had been active in politics and civic affairs in Ogden. ics. crafts, oil painting, sewing and knitting. . . - . OTHER COURSES j Other co arses being offered in- L , ^ s _ a _. |elude typing and business ma"participants may also register! chines and shorthand. Conversa- the first night of class. j tional Spanish is also in the cur- A hunter safety and survival riculum. • i class, necessary for persons un- In addition, there is a swim-j der 21 who would like a hunting! ming and physical fitness class i license in Utah, is being offered) for women, and basketball open as well as a private pilot'ground i -practice for men and boys. Bas- schopl. i ketball officiating is on the Instruction begins Oct. 11, 12 [ agenda. . LIVESTOCK AUCTION SALES SITE APPROVED BY COUNTY PLANNERS A site plan for a livestock auction sales complex on the west side of U84 and fourth-mile south of Weber River has been approved by the County Planning Commission. Reuel Child of Blackburn-Jones Co. appeared before the commission to explain the plans of Weber Livestock | Auction Co.. headed by Barrett Steadman of Preston, Idaho, j An architect is preparing detailed work for corrals, i auction and expensive sanitation facilities which will make the complex modern in all respects, Mr. Child said. He stressed the need of such a complex for livestock producers, explaining a favorable economic impact for tne area will result. • • .'-'• Mr. Child said he did not know when construction would •begin on the six-acre site, but that company officials hope work can be expedited as soon as plans are completed. • Former Local Attorney Reopens Law Practice S Former national Republican;rejoin his law firm, Froerer, official Richard Richards has returned to Ogden to prepare for "a prominent role" in the western phase of President Nixon's 1972 re-election cam paign. Mr. Richards said he also will rejoin his law firm in Ogden beginning ..Monday. Since June 1, he has been en the White House staff ot Harry- Dent, special counsel to President Nixon. Previously, Mr. Richards te ™ tv ^ served as deputy chairman of *gjg ^ "thT administr'atioG: ZZS^&l^&g&fti Horowitz, Parker, Richards, Thornley & Critchlow at 26th and Washington. Mr. Dent said today that "at the appropriate time, Mr. Rich- ! ards will be given a major role'' in the Western States re-election organization for President Nixon. "Mr. Richards rates in Washington as a-man of highest personal integrity," Mr. Dent said. "His ability, dedication and in- He also has -been Utah GOP knowledge," Mr. Dent said. tie aibu iias jjcc" <-/v*ui w. ., . ,,, , . . , r chairman and was an onsuc- While m Washington, Mr. cessful candidate for Congress Richards lived in Silver Springs, in the 1970 election. !Md., where he was a member Mr Richards has purchased! of the Cheasapeake LDS stake a home in South Ogden and will i high council. __ WANTED FOR NEW IN OGDEN • MANAGEMENT TRAINEES • SALES CLERXS in Sporting goods, clothing and footwear • CASHIERS • WAREHOUSE MAN Advance -with the West's fastest growing -Sporting-Goods chain. .Interviews air day Monday.:and Tuesday til! noon at Utah State Employment ottice directed by Mr. Myers. • Sears Gas GIVES YOU A BETTER DEAL Safety Switch Stops Tumble Action When Door Is Opened Automatic Soft Heat Adjustable End of Cycle Signal "Air Only" for Fluffing and Freshening Kenniore Gas Dryer with Soft Heat Sears Low Price • Exclusive Soft Heat feature adjusts temperature as clothes dry, prevents overdrying • "Air Only" fluffs pillows, blanket*; safely dries damp rainwear ,• End of Cycle signal adjusts to call you when load is done • Load-A-Door opens down, gives handy shelf space to use for sorting • .Top-mounted lint screen is easy to remove for cleaning 79750 Kenmore 2-CycIe Gas Dryers Sears Low Price 70210 • Three cycles, normal, permanent press and "air only" • 2 temperature selections: Heat and Air • Acrylic painted top • Push-to-start safety timer ,• Easy-reach top-mounted lint screen • Convenient Load-A-Door : • Automatic Ignition ' Washer and Dryer GUARANTEE YEAR Free replacement and installation of any part* which prove defective within -l»t ywir of sale. YEARS Free replacement of any parts -which prove defective with- ' in 2 yean of sale, installation extra, during 2nd year. YEARS Defective gear-cas* part* and Vari-Flec agitator on ^_^, automatic washers'only replaced free within 5 years of sale, installation extra during 2nd through 5th year. Free replacement of defective porce- ^ Iain-finished parts -within 30 day* of* •ale. ; - SHOP ;AT SEARS,AND SAVE ; Satisfaction Guaranteed or Your iMoneyl'Back Sears-'Ogden > •''.3625 Wall Ave: : 3992151 " Use Sears Easy Payment Plan " •' Shop Daily-9:30 a.m. to 9 p.m. •••.'/ ; ";.'Sat: till 6 p.m. -:". iSunday-Noon to 5 p.m. IIAKS, KOBBUCK AND CO.

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