The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah on April 10, 1975 · Page 26
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The Daily Herald from Provo, Utah · Page 26

Provo, Utah
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Thursday, April 10, 1975
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Page 26--THE UKRALP. I'rovo. n.-ih. Tnursdav. April 10. 1975 I ~ I* Sp. Fork Lions Selling Brooms EUGENE SANFORD, left, gives donation to Dunne Nielsen, Spnnish Fork llth Ward Elders Quorum president, for the project the quorum is undertaking of pnintiiiK reflective numbers nt every curb in the city. With them are counselors barrel Dunn, right, and Kaye Avcrett. Mr. Sanford is a member of Palmyra Stake High Council. Elders Plan Safety Painting Along Curbs in Spanish Fork SPANISH FORK - The ' Eleventh Ward Elders Quorum is ready to paint reflective numbers on the curb in front of every home in Spanish Fork. The ambulance crew and firemen report that this will be a great help to them in finding an address when called to an emergency or a fire. Duane Nielsen, chairman of the project, reported that Student Officers Elected At Pleasant Grove High PLEASANT GROVE Elections at Pleasant Grove High School resulted in the selection of Dale Newman as studentbody president for the 1975-76 school year, school officials announced today. Other officers chosen include Steven Allred, vice president; Erin Carroll, secretary; Joel Wright, business manager, Joy Ellis, publicity chairman; Cori Peterson, historian, and Joyce Bastian, program chairman. Tom Sanderson is the faculty advisor. Eugene Sanford, of Sanford's Paint and Glass, has been instrumental in procuring some glass beads — like the ones used in highway signs — to use in the project. These beads will be sprayed onto the fresh paint and when dry will provide a number that can be readily seen night or day. AARP Meeting A Week Later SPRINGVILLE - The regular monthly meeting of the Springville - Mapleton Chapter of the American Association of Retired Persons, originally scheduled for April 7, will be held Monday at 2 p.m. in Memorial Hall. A health education film on diabetes will be shown at 2:30 p.m. SPANISH FORK - The annual .Spanish Fork Lions Club Broom Sale begins today. Paul Carter, broom sale chairman, states, "The sale of these brooms directly benefits the blind people who make the brooms at the Murray Center for the Blind in Salt Lake City. These people are skilled workmen and proud of thei r i ndependence. "It benefits the many people, who are and will be helped in our community, the state, and the world by this worthy project," he added. Lioas President Gordon Orr explained that the local Lions Club assumes its responsibility as a part of a world wide service organization. Lions try to have at least one international, one state, and as many local projects as possible each year. The international project this past year was to band together with other clubs and construct a sanitary water system for a community in Guatamala. This was a two-district project, and the Spanish Fork Lioas club donated the most per capita of any club in the district. There were two state projects. One is that of sustaining a donor to the Lions Charities Foundation, which funds the Utah Eye Bank. This facility almost daily enables many people who were blind to regain their sight through cornea transplants. The other state project was sponsoring a Utah Blind Youth Square Dance Team to the jamboree at San Antonio, Tex. Those who watched them dance said that, despite their handicap, their good spirit and happy attitude was a joy to all and a reflection for good of the state of Utah and the sponsoring clubs. Projects sponsored by the Lions Club in Spanish Fork include the upkeep of one of the community baseball diamonds, giving of two prizes at the Junior Livestock Show, sponsoring two local blind persons to an annual summer camp, securing glasses for those who are in need of this type of assistance and standing ready to help in any worthwhile project. The purchase of the brooms helps the local Lions to participate in these projects and, at the same time, enables citizens to obtain a good quality broom at a fair price. Those not contacted by a Lions Club member can secure a broom by calling Orr Electric or Central Utah Insurance Agency. Brooms will also be displayed in some business houses during the week of the sale Springville Tells List For Cleanup SPRINGVILLE — A schedule of activities for "Spruce Up Springville" week has been released by the city's beautification committee. Mayor Kenneth Creer, in conjunction with the annual affair, has signed a proclamation declaring the week as beautification week. The goal of "A thorough cleanup of every neighborhood" is being stressed by the committee. Activities will begin Saturday with emphasis placed on beginning of yard care. On Monday city trucks will begin picking up litter and debris. Families are being encouraged to work together Monday night in cleaning up the outside areas of their homes. Friday, April 18, students of all schools will hold ecology day and will be involved throughout the day in cleaning up school campuses. Saturday, April 19, will begin at 8 a.m. with police and fire sirens heralding the official "cleanupday" activities. From 8 a.m. until noon, or longer if needed, neighbors are asked to work together on curbs, gutters, street sides or in front yards, piling litter on street sides for collections. National Guardsmen, trucks and other equipment will collect and haul away the debris. Wreckers will remove junk cars from the city. St. Francis Church workers will clean the entrance to the North Park area. At 3 p.m. report sheets are due from participating groups. They are to be turned in at the Community Room of the Civic Center. At 4 p.m. judging will take place by out of town judges. At 4:30 p.m. judges will tour the city to inspect accomplishments. THE FIRST NEW BUS which Utah Technical College at Provo has had In its 34 years of operation is Inspected by teacher Phil Kresge, left, and Lynn Asay, Instructor in professional driving. The 44-passenger bus will be used for training professional driving students, field trips and inter-campus transportation. The vehicle uses dlesel power. 5TBNE BRUB dial DIAL ANTI PERSPIRANT DRY POWDER 6 01. value 1.09 Assorted BRUSHES value 2.00 59 Fountain Special SUNDIES 15 COLGATE INSTANT SHAVE 11 01. value 1.09 79 STONE DRUG Wilkinson STAINLESS STEEL BLADES 5 blades for 85* NOW PROVO 104 West Center St. 373-2672 DALE NEWMAN UTAH APPLIANCE & FURNITURE CO. 187 West Center MOONLIGHT SALE Friday, 7 to 10 p.m. SILVIR ANNIVERSARY Petitei, juniors, Miuei DRESS SALE 1/2 off original prices SWEATER SALE Siies 34-40 1/2 oft original prices Junion, Mlisei PANT SALE 1/2 ,ff original prices S - M - L SLEEPWEAB SALE 1/2 ,ff original prices OUT, OUT, OUT THEY GO TO MAKE ROOM FOR NEW DISPLAY MODELS! Our best washer REGULAR or PERMANENT PRESS CYCLE PORCELAIN ENAMEL TOP AND DRUM, SHF -Clf ANING NO-RUST POLY PUMP A permanent press cycle and Maytag dependability. You// " never get * better washer VQlueff SMALL, MEDIUM or NORMAL Watir-j Levels CYCLE CONTROL DIAL REGULAR FABRICS PERMANENT PRESS AND AIR HUFF HOT, WARM or COLD WASH WARM 0» COID RINSE SPECIAL ANNIVERSARY MODEL HIGH VOLUME' EXHAUST FAN, Just think! a fest, gentle MAYTA8 Ha lo-ol-Hear Dryer... loaded with features like these YOU'LL NEVER BUY MAYTAB DEPENDABILITY FOR LESS! DYNAMIC DISF LINT FILTER Also Knee-Hi's tnd Stockings PANTI-HOSE SALE 25% off our regular low prices Sizet 3-14 GIRLS', BOYS' FASHION I/2 off original prices . -. i , _.,.._ It s easy to be fashionable... just charge it at c ^ ni( ^ ( ^/w^ QUIET, DEPENDABLE TRANSMISSION HIUCAL PRIVI PORCELAIN ENAMEL SAFETY LID swi ACTION IN SKOHOi ZINC COATED STEEL CABINET WITH ACiniC INAMIL FINISH FAMILY SUE PORCELAIN ENAMEL WASHIASKIT ADJUSTABLE A I 06 SPECIAL LOW PRICES ON ALL MATTRESSES, LIVING ROOM GROUPINGS, DINETTES, BEDROOM SETS, COLOR TV'S AND STEREOS AIR COOLED V ^ SAFETY CABINET FULL OPENING 0 OOR SWITCH DOOR D306 UTAH APPLIANCE & FURNITURE CO. 255 W. CEHTIR, PROVO

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