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Provo, Utah
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Sunday, April 13, 1975
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jtah. Sunday, April 13, 1975 FOUR COLLEGE STUDENTS at once is the situation for parents Eldon and Irene Ricks of Provo. From left are Mrs. Ricks, Stanford Ricks, a freshman; Marjorie Ricks Swindler, senior; Harold Ricks, junior; Dennis Ricks, sophomore; and Dr. Ricks who has been teaching in the Ancient Scriptures Department at Brigham Young University since 1949. All four students are attending BYU. ROTC Honors T' Unit Students Awards for outstanding Air Force and Army ROTC students at Brigham Young University were presented by officials during special ceremonies and presidential review formations witnessed by BYU administrators and families and friends of the cadets this week. Both the Air Force and the Army ROTC programs at BYU are among the largest volunteer programs in the nation's colleges and universities. Receiving the top Air Force award was cadet Lt. Col. Glade K. Risenmay, recipient of the Air Force Association Award as the outstanding senior maintaining a 3.9 grade point average. Other important awards, among the dozens given at the formation, included, Reed Hall Award to cadet Lt. Col. Nolan G. Boyle for outstanding airmanship displayed in the flight instructor program; Provo Elks Lodge Award to cadet Lt. Col. Daryl H. Carlson for being in top 25 per cent of graduating class, holding a responsible corps position, and maintaining a 3.9 GPA; Professor of Aerospace Studies Award to cadet Col. Reid B. Wayman, cadet wing commander. Obituaries Cleo M. Johnson FOUNTAIN GREEN, Sanpete County — Funeral services will be Monday at 1 p.m. in the Fountain Green LDS Ward Chapel for Cleo Minerva Johnson, 77, who died in a Nephi hospital Friday, April 11,1975, of a stroke. She was the mother to Dan 0. Johnson of Nephi. She was born Jan. 18, 1898 in Fountain Green to Niels and Anna Hansen Hansen. She married James Samuel Johnson on Jan. 28, 1920 in Fountain Green. The marriage was later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. He died July 19,1964. An active LDS member, she served in the Relief Society and was chorister of the Fountain Green LDS Choir. She was a member of the Daughters of the 'Utah Pioneers. She is survived by her son of Nephi; six grandchildren; 12 great - grandchildren; and one brother, Hyrum N. Hansen of Fountain Green. Friends may call at Anderson Funeral Home in Nephi tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock and Monday at the chapel one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Fountain Green Cemetery. 85 East 300 South, Provo 0 Ph. 373-6668 Provo Clara Slater Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1:00 p.m. at Walker Mortuary chapel of Provo. Friends may call at the mortuary Tuesday prior to services. Burial in Provo City Cemetery. Berg Mortuary 185 E^ 373,1 E41 Orem Charlottie Julia Killian Black Funeral services were conducted Saturday 11 a.m. in the Berg drawing room chapel of Provo. Interment Springyille Evergreen Cemetery. Holladay Hills Mortuary Santaquin Brad Neff Larsen Funeral services were conducted Saturday 1 p.m. in the Holladay Hills Funeral home in Santaquin. Interment Santaquin City Cemetery. Provo Krista Henry Graveside services will be conducted Monday 10 a.m. in the Orem City Cemetery. Howard H. Henline DRAPER — Funeral will be Monday at 1 p.m. in the Draper 2nd LDS Ward chapel, 12900 S. 1300 E. for Howard Hayes Henline, 52 of 1724 E. 12300 S., who died Friday, Apr. 11, 1975 in a Salt Lake City hospital of a heart attack. He was born Nov. 9, 1922 in Thistle, a son of John C. and Maude Kathleen Hayes Henline. He married Jessie Partridge on Nov. 17,1940 in Thistle, and their marriage was later solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. Mr. Henline was a veteran of World War II and an employee of IML Freight, Inc. Surviving are sons and daughters, Howard Henline of Riverton; Kenneth Henline with the U.S. Navy at San Diego, Calif.; Richard Henline of Sandy; Jim and Irene Henline, both of Draper; and Mrs. Mont (Sandra) Spencer of Payson; 13 grandchildren; his father of Ogden; and brothers and sisters, Jack Henline of Ogden; Calvin Henline and Mrs. Fred (Thelma) McDonnel, both of Kearns; Mrs. Jay (Norma) Deuel of Spring Lake; Mrs. Reed (Alma) Warner of Spanish Fork; and Mrs. Larry (Grace) Smith of Provo. Friends may call at 4330 S. Redwood Road, Sunday from 7 to 9 p.m. and at the ward chapel Monday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in Redwood Memorial Estates. Elizabeth W. Johnson PALO ALTO, CALIF. Funeral was held Thursday in Palo Alto for Elizabeth W. Johnson, 77 of Palo Alto, who died there Tuesday, Apr. 8, 1975, after a long illness. She was born in Eureka. She was a former member of the Eastern Star, the Fair Oaks Rebekah Lodge No. 4, Alameda, Calif.; and the Palo Alto Senior Citizens Club. Surviving are a son and daughter, Kenneth A. Johnson of Palo Alto, and Kathryn H. Borgwardt of Fresno, Calif.; six grandchildren, and two great grandchildren. Entombment was in the Ntountain View Mausoleum in Oakland, Calif. Also Commandant of Cadet Freshman Award to cadet T-Sgt. Devin N. Asay, outstanding of corps; Commander of Cadet Senior Award to cadet Lt. Col. L. Steven Killpack, outstanding senior of corps; Daughters of American Revolution Award to cadet Major Dennis R. Humes, in upper 25 per cent of class and good military discipline, leadership, and character; Daughters of the Founders and Patriots of America Award to cadet Alfred L. Cope, upper 10 per cent of class and one who demonstrated leadership potential, patriotism, and understanding of importance of American heritage. Others were Air Force Reserve Officers' Association Award to cadet Richard B. Harmon Jr., Rex A. Conner, and Timothy V. Harper as outstanding senior, junior, and sophomore; General Dynamics Award to cadet Larry L. Seawright for outstanding general military course cadet demonstrating leadership qualities; and Sons of American Revolution Award to cadet Robert W. Bailey for all-around excellence in ROTC activities. The top Army award, the Professor of Military Science Award was presented to cadet Col. Bruce Olson for the greatest overall contribution to the cadet brigade; the Commandant of Cadets Award to cadet Major Mike Hilliard for contributing to professional development of cadets; the George Washington Certificate Award to cadet Sgt -1C Michael E. post and the Valley Forge Honor Certificate Award to cadet Capt. James P. Rupper for promoting American patriotism and citizenship. Other awards include the 1975 BYU Army ROTC Leadership Award to cadet Lt. Col. Bill Card for devotion to duty and his cadets, Krista Henry Krista Henry, infant daughter of Neal J. and Cindy Robinson Henry, of 430 W. 200 N., Apt. No. 4, Provo, died Friday, April 10, 1975 in Utah Valley Hospital of prematurity. She was born April 5, 1975 in Provo, The Parents are members of the BYU 49th LDS Branch. Survivors include her parents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Merrell Henry, Orem; Mr. and Mrs. J. Robb Robinson, Spanish Fork; great - grandparents, Mrs. Martha Stolworthy, Idaho Falls, Ida.; Mrs. Nora Henry, Rigby, Ida. Graveside services will be held Monday at 10 a.m. at the Orem City Cemetery. Clara B. Slater Clara Bame Slater, 96, of Provo died Friday, April 11,1975 in a Provo nursing home after a long illness. She was bom Nov. 27, 1880 in Topeka, Kan. a daughter of Joseph and Rebecca Bame. She married Benjamin F. Slater and he died in 1933. She was educated in Kansas and moved to Provo in 1918. She later moved to Green River where she lived for 15 years before she moved back to Provo where she lived the remainder of her life. She was a member of the Disabled American Veterans Aux., Central No. 9 in Orem. She enjoyed all types of needlework. Survivors include a son, Jesse L. Slater, Orem; 2grandchildren and five great-grandchildren; a sister of Kansas. Two half-sisters and a half-brother. Mrs. Arthur (Ada) Johnson, Mrs. Levitt Mendenhall and Cecil Bame all of Provo. Funeral services will be held Tuesday at 1 p.m. in the Walker Mortuary Chapel in Provo, 85 E. 300 S. Friends may call at the mortuary prior to the services Tuesday. Burial will be in the Provo City Cemetery. Joseph 'Bert' Smith HEBER CITY - Funeral services will be Monday at 1 p.m., in the Olpin Funeral Home for Joseph Albert "Bert" Smith, 75, who died in Wasatch County Hospital Friday, April 11, 1975, after an extended illness. He was born in Heber City on Sept. 27, 1899 to Albert and Maude Thomas Smith. He married Ruth Turner on June 15, 1925 in Heber City. The marriage was later solemnized in the Manti LDS Temple. He was sophomore class president at University of California at Berkeley; member of Sigma Phi Sigma, director of Heber City Exchange Club and a sheepman. He is survived by his widow; two sons, Gordon R. Smith, Salt Lake City; Maj. William Albert Smith, El Paso, Tex.; seven grandchildren; three brothers and five sisters, Royal M. Smith, Crescent, Salt Lake County; Walter T. Smith, Tony Smith, Mrs. Grace Flandro, Mrs. Joseph (Janet) Wood, Mrs. Joe (Neida Graef) Southern and Mrs. Ray (Barbara) Clark, all of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Lewis (Leora) Neer, Wood Dale, III. Friends may call at the funeral home tonight from 7 to 9 o'clock and Monday before services. Burial will be in Heber City Cemetery. j. Roberts Heads Art Campaign SPRINGVILLE - Jeffrey M. Roberts has been named chairman of the 1975 Springville Museum of Art membership drive campaign. Memberships in the Art Association are divided into eight categories, all of which are tax deductible. Membership contributions have, of necessity, been increased considerably this year. They are, student member, $5; regular member, $10; family member, $25; contributing member, $50; sustaining member, $100; patron, $500; benefactor, $1000 or more. A special family membership for 1975 and 1976 to support matching fund projects will be charged at $100. Donors of $100 or more will receive a special Dallin commemorative medal in 1976. Donors are encouraged to mail contributions to Clarence L. Jensen, treasurer, Springville Museum of Art, 126 E. 400 S., Springville. Statistics BORN AT UTAH VALLEY HOSPITAL April 11: Girl to Alan B. and Lorraine Cawley Gaufln, 1211 W. 580 N., Provo. Boy to Dean and Janet Adams Hendrickson, 591 N. 500 E., Spanish Fork. Boy to Jay Charles and Jill Ann Batemen Smith, 1000 E. Center St., Provo. Boy to David and Marjorie Thurston Pilling, 265 E. 200 N., Apt. 119, Provo. Girl to Norman and JanNene Lingmann Crittenden, Coalville RD. Girl to G. McKay and Karen K. Tingey Sleight, 340 W. 920 S., Apt. 44, Provo. Girl to Blane and Teresa Lynn Halverson Frandsen, 739 N. 600 E., Provo. Girl to Sherman and Karen R. Harline Sowby, 626 W. 800 N., Provo. April 10: Girl to Kenneth and Sue Wright Piper, 3166 S. West Temple, Salt Lake City. Boy to Howard and Laura Lee Lewis Knight, 384 E. 1010 S., Orem. Girl to Gregory and Trudi Mosman Lupus, 2744 E. Karen Ave., Apt. 2, Las Vegas, Nev. Girl to Sheldon Lee and Deborah Elsmore Skeem, 570 W. 200 S., Apt. 2, Provo. Boy to Paul and Jennifer Chan Jan, 359 S. 600 W., Apt. 5, Provo. Girl to Lynn J. and Dawn Renee Welchers Hatfiled, 75 N. 800 W., Orem. Boy to Wayne T. and Cheryl Lynn Tenick, 439 N. 100 E., Orem. Boy to David Kyle and Vernae Woodbury Buck, 344 S. 400 W., Provo. Boy to Russell T. and Lola Sedgwick Osguthorpe, 169 Starcrest Drive, Orem. Boy to Jonathan David and Sharon Marie Johnson Weimer, 195 W. 290 N., Orem. Girl to James W. and Mary Ellen Gleason Petty, 1211 W. 400 S., Salt Lake City. Boy to Mack R. and Leslie Brady Hall, Pleasant Grove. Utah Obituaries SANDY - Andrew M. Kekos, 92, died Thursday, funeral held Saturday. SALT LAKE CITY - Nancy Matthews, 18, died Thursday, funeral Monday, 1 p.m., Holladay 15th LDS Ward Chapel, 3070 Nila Way. Vyron S. Gerber, 77, died Friday, graveside services Monday, 2 p.m., Wasatch Lawn Memorial Park. Jessie L. Dangerfleld, 92, died Thursday, funeral Monday noon, 36 E. 700 S. Blllle V. Anderson, 68, died Friday, private memorial services to be held. KEARNS - Ralph C. Snowball, 46, died Thursday, funeral Monday, 11 a.m., Kearns 5th LDS Ward Chapel. 4660 W. 5015 S. MURRAY - Sam Perry, 82, died Friday, funeral Mass Tuesday, 10 a.m., St. Vincent Catholic Church, 4893 Wasatch St., Murray. BOUNTIFUL - Katherine T. Muller, 58, died Friday, funeral Monday, St. James the Apostle West Catholic Church, West Hempstead N.Y. TALMAGE, Duchesne County - Sheila T. Sawyer, 31, died Wednesday, funeral Monday, 1 p.m., Moon Lake LDS Ward Chapel, Mountain Home, Duchesne County. .. i (B 1375 McNaughl Syndicate. Inc. AIR RESCUE TECHNIQUES practiced during the weekend by emergency medical technicians (EMT) from Utah, Summit, Emery, Juab and Carbon County. In the top photo preparing to place the "victim" in a waiting helicopter are, from left, pilot Lynn Higgen, a Utah National Guard Warrant Officer; Dale Barnett, Utah County Sheriff's Jeep Patrol; Larry Lee, Wasatch County; Darwin Jensen, Pleasant Grove ambulance driver and Art Allen of the Lehi Ambulance Association. The victim is Jay Taylor, American Fork, EMT instructor. Below is another view. JOO Emergency Technicians Learn Special Rescue Skills Nearly 100 emergency medical technicians from Utah, Summit, Emery, Juab and Carbon County attended a special course on extracation and special, evacuation procedures involving autosand helicopter rescues. Blake Wride of American Fork, coordinator of local courses, explained the school is financed by local and federal funds and the Saturday morning demonstration included familiarization of loading and unloading patients in an air was a mockup of automobile rescue operation Other classes during the weekend school emphasized anatomy, respiration, heart massage, fractures and surgical and medical emergencies. "We also taught them intravenous techniques, not that they will be doing that during rescues. But they did get a chance to stick each other," he added. The Saturday afternoon course accidents, including overturned cars and several area students participated as "victims" of the accidents. Firemen Attend Seminar Fire chiefs and firemen from throughout the state gathered Wednesday through Friday in Salt Lake City for the Ninth Annual Utah Firemen's Training Seminar. Val E. McAlister and Brent R. Halladay represented Orem Fire Department at the meeting. Noted experts in firefighting and fire prevention addressed the three-day conference. Edward W. Bent, director of fire and industrial training for the State of California, addressed the seminar about "Fire Prevention and LifeSafety." Mr. Bent is one of the nation's leading authorities in the field, according to Inspector Halladay. Governor Calvin L. Rampton addressed the opening session of the conference. The annual seminar is cosponsored by Utah Technical College at Provo, Utah State Fire Marshal, Utah State Fire Chiefs Association, and Utah State Firemens Relief Association. PROVO FLORAL 201 W. 100 S.- 373-7001 COME IN UNO REGISTER NOW FOR 2ND ANNUAL CARD OF THANKS We desire to express our sincere appreciation to the many friend} and relatives who assisted in any way during the recent illness and passing of our beloved husband and father, Alfred B. Sturgis. For the beautiful flowers, the expressions of sympathy, the assistance of those who took part at the services, and other acts of kindness, we especially extend our thanks. Mrs. Alfred B. Sturgis and Family EUROPE- S 1539 S , 22-Day Escorted Tour Departs July 10 Visit ENGUHD, HOUAHO, GUMMY, AUSTRIA, ITALY, SWITZERLAND, FRANCE. Includes: All Air & Ground Transportation, Sightseeing, Hotels, Taies 4 oner IS meals. U AW All SCQCOO May 12, June 2 & 10 HAWAII ' *W(T July 7, Aug. 5, Sept 15. ALASKA * *898°° w> 23 • % 2 i % 20 30 Escorted by Merrill Christophersoo • Includes Inside Passage, Sitka Jet Pt MTTOW, Stemwheeler Riveitoat, Portage Glacier, plus aU Hotels, Transportation, Transfers & Taxes. 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