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page Thursday, May 10, 1956 12 ...the . . MURRAY EAGLE (UTAH) PROWLER... . a nose for the with down Slate Vi up little things street . . . at least one youngster enroute Justifiably proud of a collection of trophies earned by his bowling teams during the past six years is C. F. Christensen of Murray Cab Co. His men's and mixed teams have earned three crowns n year span, injn the a prized particularly cluding trophy during the season just ended. home from school must have endeared himself to his mother by wading through the muddy pond. "Makes a .squeegie sound when you walk in 'em," observed one friend as boy ,to his pint-size- d they surveyed their shoes alter wading through. Not so comical was the comprowler ment of one Murray housewife On display in the window of who made her way around the Stoadman Jewelry are trophies puddle with an armful of grocwhich will be given during the eries. She had nothing to say, coming year by the Utah Horse- but if looks could've conveyed shoe Pitching Association. what was passing through her The collection of outstanding mind, it wouldn't have been printable anyway! awards is well worth seeing and probably even more worth prowler Elaborate plans are being made winning. prowler by Howard Pingree of KMUK for Last week's rain created the observance of National Radio 9 inclusive. usual lake-sizpuddle in front Week, May Howard plans to have various of the fire hall in Murray and half-doze- 13-1- e Orin Bagley, genial manager of Don's Supper Market, will soon go to Denver where he'll undergo nerve surgery which has been necessitated by his recent illness. The surgical procedure is performed only in the Intermountain prowler That new building on its way area by a Denver surgeon. prowler up at 59th South and State will house the future Chick Oliver's "Hepped up" about the new Wonder Bar. Its predecessor, Sta-N- u process he's started in you'll remember, burned out lat,t his Prompt Cleaners is M. O. winter. Evans. prowler The new product, if samples More than one Murray busi- Mr. Evans is showing are any nessman would probably like to criterion, will really perform that handle the new merry-go-roubut seldom-ariiieve- d invented and manufactured by feat of "making old Dellis Korbu.sh, who lives at 7400 clothes look like new." Don't South 1500 Kast on Creek Drive take our word for it try it in the Duller vicinity. and see for yourself. The device, sturdily built and ft electric powered by a king-size- d week about this heard Just use of double the has fan, drying clothes and giving the youngsters big plans in More for La Villa a ride at the same time. And it's (the former Vernal's). More on this subject in the near future. considerably faster than the prowler ancient rig in Liberty park, in case the children like the expGorgeous flowers on display these days at Murray Floral and ress-train type of merry-go-rounat Watts Floral. Even if you're ride. Properly publicized, this little not a horticulturist, you can apinvention could go far! preciate the unusual beauty of these marvels of nature. And we'd prowler city and state dignitaries, organizational heads, school officials and amateur talent on the air and there's a move afoot to create a big buying week in Murray as a tie-i- n event. d bet neither Curt Bubel or Denzil Watts would mind if you just even if dropped for a look-seyou .weren t buying. Of course, on the other hand, this is certainly an opportune time to buy one for Mother, isn't it? ft Tenth Ward Has Two Winning Teams The girls' volleyball tournament of the Murray Stake came to an end Monday evening, April 30, with the final playoffs. Most of the ten wards were represented by a team. In the A team group Murray Tenth copped first place by defeating Murray First. The A teams were composed of girls over I t years of age. The B teams included girls between the ages of 12 and 14 It was a clean sweep for Murray Tenth when the B team girls of that ward walked off with the title. Runnerup3 were Fourth and Eighth who tied for second place. The Softball season will begin during the latter part of May. The date will be announced later. . . . . (With eeellM te the itie eoei e( th by Diane Black Well, elections have been the big thing around the school this week. The primary elections were held on Thursday and ever since the preceding Tuesday, the students who were running for offices were campaigning from one end of the rtchool to the other. There were three parties running which included these candidates; for president: David - i , Bon-ham- and Lee Lora Roberta, and Carl Gustafson, Barnet. For Ie Mullen, Don Dick Healy. For secretary: Patti Peterson, JoAnne Anderson, and Jackie Campbell. For historian: Gayle Johnson, Sondra Fredrick-son- , and Richard Vance. There were many cute campaign gim- w"WfT, micks which c.h fort, tho ef time, and that ability these kids and M their f lVe; I w Seventeen e, I support- - groups put ese c a m p a i gns. For example, one party out handed sticks of chewing gum with this little motto on it: Vote for some kids who will stick to the jaw-b- . Another group handed out insmall packages of red-hostructing the students to pick the people who would give them a red-hyear. Then on Thursday an assembly was held and all of the candidates gave short speeches. The cheerleaders, which included Ron Gilbert, Jackie Ewing, Linda Schon, Mareid Black, Sharon Larson, Janet Reading, Lorrie Walker, and Carol Madaen, gave an example of what they could do in the cheering department. The students then voted to eliminate some candidates. Those left in the running are David Bon-haCarl Gustafson; Don Roberts, Dick Healy; Patti Peterson, Jackie Campbell; Gayle Sondra Fredrickson; Johnson, and Ron Gilbert, Mareid Black, Sharon Larson, Janet Reading, Lorrie Walker, and Carol Mad-seThe final elections will be held on Wednesday. Sad Words All I am or ever will be I owe. ts 1 ot jail (IIS 1 ' .1 H , lLjj K71 .as-- It-- " , west it. v if H 1 mm LIBBY'S n. r : 5-p- Dinette c. Heat reelitant teble with dainty modern wrought Iron lent. Four pintle eoversd ehalrt. Where ein yon final eueh alue eieept at Mur ray'l neweit lurnlture ltore. 59 WHILE THEY LAST! A really outstanding assembly from Brigham Young university was presented at Murray high last week. The Y's Men Band and company had quite a program! A wonderful male vocalist sang "Serenade." The six "Blowhards," with an assortment of bottles, did several selections that were really good. A trumpet and a trombone were played by members of the band. Both were excellent. One of the best features of the program was a drum quartet, "The Four Downbeats." These guys were the best! I mustn't forget to mention one sensational fellow who balanced everything from glasses of water d to tables on his chin. You can be sure that if all Murray high assemblies were as good as that one, none of the students would ever have room to complain. Definition of Snoring: Sheet Music. Can 10-o- z. Birdseye full-size- wm Modern Circular Living Room ,50 Add real comfort to your living room with a new living room set from Murray's new furniture store. Finest makes, finest covers in a wide variety. Three piece circular set as low as or, """J L--7 ii'I The Booster club had their slumber party Friday night in the Murray high gymnasium under the supervision of Mr". Ri!a Howells. The party Btartcd at eight Friday evening. Games, and Just general skits, volley-balfun was the theme of the party. 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