Millard County Chronicle Millard School District Summary of Board Meeting Held Hoy. 10, 1965 The Board of Education meeting was held November 10, 1965 at the Delta Elementary School. All members, mem-bers, the Supt. and Clerk were in attendance. Meeting convened at 9:20 a.m. President Clifton Beck-strand Beck-strand conducted. A motion was made to accept the minutes of the regular meeting of Oct. 13, 1965, and seconded and carried unanimously by the members mem-bers of teh board. Payment of the bills as they were listed through check No. 12856 were approved by a motion and seconded second-ed and carried unanimously. Supt. Taylor reviewed the status of the bids to be let for the remodeling remod-eling work for the Millard High School. Drawings are at the State Offices for approval. Supt. Taylor reveiwed the program pro-gram outlined for the School Board Convention to be held at Roy High School on Nov. 18 and 19, 1965 and it was indicated that Clifton Beck strand, Delma Jean Galli, and Dr. D. C. Evans would be in attend ance. Supt. Taylor presented the name of Jay Childs as the Teacher-Prin cipal for the Kanosh Elementary School for approval. A motion was made to accept Mr. Childs in the above position, and it was seconded second-ed and carried unanimously by the members of the board. The State Department has requested re-quested for the following two teachers tea-chers to work on state committees: Royal Huird, State Math Committee. Com-mittee. Fay Jacobson, State Science Committee. Com-mittee. A motion was made to accept the request from the State Dept. for Royal Hurd and Fay Jacobson to work on the above committees and it was seconded and carried unanimously by the members of the board. Supt. Taylor presented the request re-quest from M. A. 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A motion was made to take out a tax anticipation note in the a-mount a-mount of $200,000.00 to be repaid by June 30, 1966 from money which is now invested in treasury notes and was seconded and carried un animously. A motion was made to comply with Civil Rights Act of 1964 in accordance with the Neighborhood Youth Corp. Project No. R6-6316, and Federal Projects Titled 1, 2, and 3 and it was seconded and carried unanimously. A motion was made to install 2" of Insulation on the East and West walls of the gymnasium of the new Delta Jr.-Sr. High School at a cost of $2,433.00 and seconded and carried unanimously. Supt. Taylor presented the Adult Vocational Education Program as to classes, teachers, and tuition fee. It was the opinion of the board to approve this program as outlined if it meets all requirements of the Supt. and reimbursement for the State Vocational Dept. Mr. Jay Gardner, representative of Utah Power and Light Company, presented the progress being made in electric heat in school buildings throughout the nation. Also, he expressed ex-pressed that Utah Power and Light Co. has drawn a check to reimburse the Millard School District for $500. which was paid to Hardy and Nay-lor, Nay-lor, Mechanical Engineers for services ser-vices in connection with electric heat. Supt. Taylor presented a petition received from approximately 60 citizens to change the name of the Delta Jr. Sr. High School to the Pahvant Valley High School or West Millard High School. It was the opinion of the board to put a WARE 01 IV.EVER.E 10" Hi-Dome Skillet ONLY $2995 12" Hi-Dome Skillet $36.95 10" Covered Skillet $27.95 12" Covered Skillet $34.95 FURNITURE DEPT. OfflZ& rZII - : He can show you. 1966 Buick Riviera. -There's an authorized Buick Dealer near you. See his Double-Checked used cars, too.. notice in the Delta Chronicle for a vote of the people between the names of Delta Jr. Sr. High School and West Millard High School. It was pointed out that the School Board must and will make the final fi-nal decision regardless of the poll. Supt. Taylor reviewed the proposed pro-posed Capital Outlay Program concerning con-cerning the projects to be completed. complet-ed. Also, he presented a letter from the State Dept. concerning schools to be consolidated. A chart was reviewed of all elementary schools and present enrollment. Scipio and Meadow Elementary Schools could be consolidated without additional building. .The Supt. will prepare figures by the next board meeting meet-ing showing consolidation of Scipio, Scip-io, Holden, Meadow, and Leamington Leaming-ton for the fiscal year 1966-67 with projected figures. A motion was made to open checking accounts in the First Security Se-curity . Bank of Utah, Fillmore Branch for the Neighborhood Youth Corp. Project No. R6-6316 and a payroll account for Millard School District and close the present Construction Con-struction Account into the General Account for Millard School District and was seconded and carried un animously by the members of the board. Adjourned 3:00 p.m. HINCKLEY SHARON S. WESTERN Correction from last week. It is Mr. and Mrs. Randy Morrill who are living in the Stewart home, not Randy Ellis. The Rookettes met at Anna Lou Stanworth's. Members attending were: Kelly Talbot, Mavis Hardy, Leoira Ivie, Arda Davis, Shirl Bailey, Bai-ley, Anna Lee Hapworth, Dorothy Spencer, LaWanna Peterson, Elaine Hardy, Jeanne Taylor, Marlene Bliss, and Lyla Rae Morris. Mr. and Mrs. Hon Cropper and Gladys Carter, drove to Las Vegas to visit. Mr. and Mrs. Daryl Cropper Crop-per and other relatives and friends. Gladys will also, visit in Calif, with her children. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Morris, Mr. I ana Mrs. L,arry Morns, ana Jim Morris met Sid and Joan Morris and family in Salt Lake. The Sid Morris Mor-ris family were on their way to New York, where they have em ployment. Sid is a designing en gineer. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Lewis entertained the above mentioned people at a dinner at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Fred Kastelef. Also attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Nielson and son Joe, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Nielson, Mr. and Mrs. Marlow Nielson Niel-son and the Fred Kasteler's. Mrs. Rozella Morris was unable to attend at-tend because of poor health. She was recently hospitalized at the West Millard Hospital. Residents in the area were saddened sad-dened by the news of the death of Deon Bishop's husband. He died very suddenly of a heart attack. Deon is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marion Bishop. Get well wishes go to Mrs. Marlene Mar-lene Bliss, who is hospitalized in Delta at this writing. Mrs. Sharon Western visited overnight ov-ernight in St. George, with Mr. and Mrs. Larry Randall and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Cox. They attended the Dixie Homecoming dance and saw many students from the west Mil lard area. She attended church at St. George, and enjoyed seeing many old friends and relatives. Mrs. Clara Stewart had her grand daughter, Pat and husband, Lee Fox and two children, Shellie and Mike from Trenton, New Jersey, here to visit on Saturday. They were on their way to a new position posi-tion in Los Angeles, Calif. Pat said when she saw the beautiful Utah and Colorado mountains she shed tears, they were so happy to come D.H.S. News Reports; 7eeHd ojf the J. GRANT MOODY J. Grant Moody a member of EvaDean and Thurman Moody's family, has many of the individual qualities which make up a fine person. A teacher close to J. Grant said he is "Always smiling, and humorous in a dry, happy way, that makes the day more delightful." delight-ful." And, it's true without a doubt, that J. Grant is happy-go-lucky and a friend to everyone, as well as tactful and considerate. His deep bass voice adds to the mixed chorus, and has won him parts in musicals and on assemblies assem-blies where he also plays a guitar. gui-tar. J. Grant is a fine competitor and athlete, and a vital part of the red and white. His attitude is optimistic optim-istic and cheerful. Everyone at DHS hopes to see him back in action very shortly. As Vice President in Jr. High, and President of his Junior Class, J. Grant indeed revealed leadership leader-ship and responsibility. He is a good student who especially favors Physics and athletics. Upon graduation, J. Grant plans to continue school at BYU. MARIANNE WICHMANN "I Have Dreamed" Swirling down the dance floor a-mid a-mid winter scenes in pastel shades will glide Senior Hop dancers to the dreamy music of Richard Long and his orchestra. Paula Galli is the chairman. Serving Ser-ving on committee under her are Linda Nickle, Cherie Walker, Denys Schena, Rachel Dutson, Mary Lyman, Ly-man, Cathy Callister, Jim Smith, and Bob Alired. In charge of the programs are Suzanne Shields, Mar ilyn Mace, and Margie Judd. Supervising Sup-ervising publicity is Lee Tippetts, with Walter Hales, Paul DeLapp, Beverly Bunker, and Kay Spor. Directing Di-recting the assembly are Scott Me-cham, Me-cham, Richard Adams, and Sylvia Finlinson. Golden Jane Black, J. Grant Moody, and Alison Moody are managing the floor show. After the dance a dinner party will be held for the seniors and their partners. There will be a turkey tur-key dinner, with all the trimmings, and fun for all. In charge of tuis are Marcia Hanson, Patsy Nielson, Kathy Edwards, and Deon Talbot. This will be 50c per person. Remember the Senior Hop is Saturday, Nov. 20, 1965, at the Stake House at 8:00 p.m. Tickets are $1.25 per couple. GAYLA JEFFERY back home to the west. Reed Stewart and wife Joanne and family of Magna, and Joy and husband, Myron Christensen and family of Salt Lake, and Duane of Provo, were also visitors at the Stewart home over the weekend. HOTBOT 'Til ITS TOO LATE .Before the little woman gets on your neck about the house being cold and drafty... before you're up to your neck in snow... fix yourself some low-cost storm windows out of Varp FLFA-O-CI.ASS and get 'em up. It's easy! Just cut with shears and tack over screens or frames Holds IN heat -keeps OUT cold . . . saves up to 40 on fue! costs. Warp's crystal-clear H.F.X-O-CLASS lasts for years at a fraction the cost of glass. Only 90 a square yard at your local hardware or lumber dealer. lj"j WeeJz . . . KATHY STODDARD Calm, quiet, capable Kathy Stoddard Stod-dard is our teen this week. Kathy ranks among the top ten percent of our studentbody, gradewise. Her fun-loving attitude dispels the traditional tra-ditional role of the scholar. Kathy, the daughter of Stephen Oran and Marilyn Stoddard, works on the MoDel staff as the one who does the paper-work behind "From the Office of the Principal." This is one job for which Kathy doesn't get recognition, even in the form of her name at the end of the article. ar-ticle. This is characteristic of Kathy doing the job well despite the fact that she gets nothing for it. . Playing the piano and reading are Kathy's at-home pas-times. Kathy's favorite classes are hard ones bookkeeping, English, and publications; but Kathy still manages man-ages to maintain her straight A's and poise and sunshine. Kathy doesn't spend all her time studying. She is an avid sports fan and one of the best Rabbit backers In DHS. Kathy plans to attend BYU and become a business teacher. SALLY JOHNSON From the Office Of the Principal Neighborhood Youth enrollment for the Delta High School project numbers 56, Students have been assigned to Hinckley Elementary, Sutherland Elementary, Oak City Elementary, Leamington Elementary, Element-ary, Delta Elementary, Delta Jr. High School, and Delta Senior High School, as well as to the stockshow barn. Students axe enthusiastic about it. They're doing fine work. Much of it is in services; such as, lunch rooms, custodial service, campus landscaping, and teacher aids. Students are being taught in many facets of life through this experience: Typing, shorthand, bookkeeping, food service, shop work, and lab assistants in biological biolog-ical science and physical science. The two main objectives for the participants are first, to make it - - - g M i 0 K CaOQDQ t,. i v " travel Union Pacific Domeliner A vacation or business trip on any ore of Union Pacific's Domeliners is restful and relaxing. 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Then he made another fifteen-yard run near the goal, but the Irish came back to regain the ball. In the second quarter, our boys got tough as Dude recovered a fumble' and Stan and Jay Warnick made a long run each. Then Walt Hales ran thru the center for the T.D. Moments later Dave Corey caught a 25-yard pass and a 15-yard 15-yard pass the latter was our 2nd T.D. At this point Stan intercepted a near touchdown pass, ran 32 yards, and fell bad (the resulting injury taking him out the rest of the game). Also, Clyde Wood and J. Grant Moody got hurt in the 1st part of the game. possible to further their education by providing opportunities for them to earn money and second, to give them educational experiences whereby they might learn on the job. This, we feel, we are accomp lishing in most cases. We have one girl who is book keeper for the project. 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State Semi-Finals; Saturday, 1:00 p.m. In the third qurrter nobody was getting enywhere until Dave Taylor Tay-lor caught a 25-yard pass to set up a T.D. in which Dave Corey caught a 25-yard pass also. In the last quarter Walter Hales fired at the Irish by first making a 45-yard run and then running wide around the end for our fourth T.D. Moments later as Clyde Wood recovered a fumble, we marched down for our final T.D., made by Dave Taylor catching a pass. At this point Bruce Stephenson broke his ankle. Our nejft game will be with Beaver Bea-ver on our field Saturday, Nov. 20. Let's take State!!! EDITORIAL . . . I have heard rumors of a petition peti-tion that has been handed to the School Board. This petition has to do with changing the name of DELTA HIGH SCHOOL. Some questions ques-tions that could he raised by both sides in this controversy might be: Do we need to change after all these years of proud tradition? Does DELTA H'GH SCHOOL mean something special to our Student-body Student-body and our many alumni? Do the years we have spent making a name for ourselves need to be wasted? Do we need to start over to gain a favorable reputation for our new school? Do people in this state know that DELTA HIGH SCHOOL has a fine scholastic record rec-ord and is a threat in athletic competition? com-petition? Does anyone NOT know where Delta High School is? Do we realize what the result of such a change would be? Would it not affect our whole organization and change the symbols of our school: The block "D", the school song, the school flag, The Triangle, the Mo-Del, Mo-Del, the Tri-Dels, the pep band, the cheers and the pep songs, and our whole constitution? Do we want to change cherished things that mean so much to so many of us? DENYS SCHENA Shatterproof Flexible Long-Lasting only 90 Sq.Yd. 36 Inch wid Alfa28"4"wMlli - '