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Seventeen Second Section . - Four Two Signed Pages For Staff (With ipoloflM to tht m Rama) long ot tht by Diane Black Hi! school Everybody in the High School Sports high last week waited anxiously for results of the student body elections. After the primaries two weeks ago campaigning went on until Wednesday when the finals were held. For the last twenty minutes of the day Wednesday an assembly was held and the winners wpr announced. This year's officers had the honors, and they took their time in letting the students know the results of the election. First, Doris Brown Coaches Completed F v.-;.- , Ar Injw. 4nfo.ts, jos, ti .t . w fJr . T 4l winning cheerleaders who were Sharon Larson, Lorrie Walker, Janet Reading, and Carol Mad-seThen Mark Rose announced that Gayle Johnson won in the race for historian. This year's secretary, Kay Isaacson, announced that J a c k i Campbell would hold that position next year, and Gar Norman let us (Seventeen, Page 10, CoL 6) n. Four-Ye- n. One of the difficult jobs of housekeeping is to wax linoleum and asphalt tile floors. Now, thanks to Glaxo, it's no longer necessary to wax and scrub; just PREPARING FOR the "Springtime in Animal Land" program presented to their parents on May 10 apply Glaxo about twice a year. It maintains a high lustre, non are these members of the Bonnyview kindergarten. slip coating that seals out dirt. Front row left to right: Neil Madsen, Kimberlee Parr, Susan Walter, Eileen Miller, Mary Gillespie, Glaxo dries in one hour and is Lou Orvin, Vickie Youngberg, Kathy Coult, Carole Lamb and Sherry Davies. Mary water clear. It's cheaper than Back row: Scott Maxwell.David Thorpe, Chuck Atkinson, David Bird, Danny Snarr, Gary Holmes, wax in the long run, besides saving a terrific amount of work, Eddie Clint, Charlie Jorgensen, Steven Campkin, Arwyn Murphy, Leslie Ashby and Bruce Chorn. plus truly a beautiful floor. AM 61 Dee Turner, South 600 West, returned home during the week, after spending a week at the Holy Cross hospital in Salt Lake, Tay-lorsvil- w ... Bonnyview Kindergartens Give Programs on 1 0th, 1 1 th 7) a97 . ACfVJOyf V Dealer Your quick-witte- d swift-runnin- ft - n, old boy Thursday saved his old cousin from drowning in a foot-dee- p irrigation ditch near their homes. The rescuer was James Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Samuel W. Smith, 5020 South 2200 West. Rescued after he toppled into the g stream was Stephen Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph W. Smith. Though they'd been warned not to play near the ditch, the two boys were at its banks when Stephen leaned over too far and toppled in. James grabbed him by the hands and pulled him to safety. A Eagle Want Ads Get Results! OTTLEY DECORATING ar Small Cousin Don Naisbett, and baby. Wash., has been visiting home of her husband's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Naisbett, East 6400 South. The visitor from Seattle came to attend the funeral services of her brother, Jerry LeFevre, who was killed in a car accident last week. Rudolph Carlsen, South State Street, is confined to his bed with a serious illness. 120 Vine Street Volume 74, Number 26 Old Saves Life Of News Items About Your Murray Friends New Floor Care Ends Waxing I VT4 if Dale Mrs. anSeattle, Wright nounced the at the and VU . Salt Lake County's Biggest Weekly Paper Thursday, May 17, 1956 Murray, Salt Lake County, Utah W The complement of Murray high's athletic coaching staff was completed this week with an an-i- k imccnient that two assistant mentors had been signed. Principal E. Varian Mortenson said Tuesday that contracts had been inked with Dale C. Geddes, who will graduate in June from Utah State Agricultural college and John Gourley, who for the past year has headed the physical education program of Murray junior high. The two will join Ray Oliver-sohead football coach and Leonard Johnson, basketball head-main directing next year's MHS athletic program. All four coaches met Tuesday evening with candidates for next formal session held in the high year's athletic squads in an inning with candidates for next school gym. Signing of Geddes almost gave Preston, Ida. a sweep of the Murray staff for next year. Like both Johnson and Oliverson, he Is a native of Preston, where he was an prep athlete. His main forte at Utah State was basketball. Officials there labelled him an "outstanding" coaching prospect. Mr. Geddes has served in the (Ckiache, Page 12, Col. 6) Proudly Joins in Celebrating the Dedication of the GENERAL MOTORS TECHNICAL CENTER STANDING "Animal Land" Theme FOR FAST Used By Two Grades SERVICE As a climax to their first, ecnooi year, cnuaren in Kindergarten classes of Bonnyview school presented springtime programs Thursday and Friday afternoons. The programs, given Ln honor of their mothers, were presented by the afternoon class on May 10, and by the morning class on May 11. The children participated in songs, dances, dramatizations and poems, which were themed to "Springtime in Animal Land." Pictured above are children of the afternoon class, who performed on May 10. The similar program, which was presented on May 11, by the morning class, consisted of dances, poems and (Bonnyview, Tage 11, Col. 7) r - A 'V , i " Br BY When illness strike without warning, speed is vital. Our highly-skille- d registered pharmacists cooperate fully with your doctor . . . fill his prescriptions with greatest speed, accuracy . . . deliver on the double-quic- TBDI1 10(8 kl Murray Ciiy Pharmacy Dial AM 4874 South State We Give S & H Green Stamps Your Friendly Drug Store In-AT- r At- .4 u ', -uvr, 4r IV, tr- V r- h mm r mm i A.J t trtorrtV f . 4 fcptyrz-FJL AvSlX ivy ft?, '"' "TJRJX . ' ? 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