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OlI)-- I EIXOWS KE1SEK A1IS Outstanding Students To Speak At Commencement Exercises Tonight HAVE CARAVAN The Murray and Rebckah Lodge held their monthly caravan meeting May 19 at Payson, Ut. A supper was served and later a program and old fashioned community sing was Odd-Fello- held, Mrs. Mayme (Jillespi, state president of Rebeka.li Assembly, read a poem. The next caravan meeting will be held June U 30, in Beaver, Ut. luSsBigTop k k k k "k Everything new in home building Miracle fountain waterama (tremendous spectacle of water, light and music) $5,000 in prizes Food Samples at Safeway Sample Bar Free and convenient parking May 3 27-Ju- ne Barnett Elected To Sigma Xi Membership Army Field Band Schedules Concert At South High J. Dean Barnett, son of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Barnett, The Army Field band Soldiers and the world-fame- d Chorus will give a free concert at South high school on Sunday, June 3rd, it was announced this week The program, starting at 8 p.m., will be under the direction of Major Chester E. Whiting and staged here through auspices of 100-pie- LIBERTY PARK the Army Recruiting department before you decide, try De Sot Atwood Blvd., Murray, is one of 43 University of Utah graduate students who have been elected to membership in Sigma Xi, a society for the promotion of scientific research. Mr. Barnett, a 1948 graduate of Murray high school, received a BA degree at the University in 1954 and is now doing graduate work in physics. Initiation ceremonies of Sigma Xi will be held Friday, June 1st, at which time Dr. Robert P. Sharp, head of the division of geological science of California InstituU of Technology will be the speaker. Elyslan Gardens, 4600 South and 9th East, will be the scene of Memorial Day services to be con. ducted by Sugarhouse Post No. 65 and Holladay Post 71 of the American Legion, it was announced this week by Johns West, commander of the Sugar-hous- e Legionairres. , State Senator Elias Day and J. Lloyd Wignall, state adjutant of the American Legion, will be the speakers and a musical program is scheduled. lip HQ Power ! tScfe V-- 8 that powers the official Dc Soto Indianapolis household fabrics need spring cleaning, too! is standard equipment in every De Pace Car Soto Fircfbtc.Why don't Your household fabrics will freshness get a "likc-ncw- " from our expert dry cleaning and nationally advertised Sta-Nthe Finishing process that replaces textile linishing agents. Gill us now and defor prompt pick-u- p livery. you get behind the wheel of a new Dc Soto at your DeSoto dealers real soon . . . it's the most powerful car in the medium price field. Svyjjj j; Graduated William Acliims, !hvI(1 Allrert, DUnna Andersou. Exercises Set For Murray high ing ciass of l56, students, will diplomas during ceremonies to be conducted Thursday, May 24th. Student speakers will dominate the program, which will take place in the high school auditorium. Scheduled to talk are David Adams, Sidnee Day, Gar Norman, Regula Schindler, Molly Ledgard and Marian Warthen. The class numbers 41 more students than that of a year ago and ranks as the biggest in Murray high school's history. Those Eagle Ranked Highly Under UAC Evaluation The Murray Eagle was branded "Superior" in two departments and "good, bordering upon superior" in a third by journalism students of Utah State College in their critiques on Utah weekly newspapers. The judgments, made public by John Stewart, head of the journalism division of the Logan institution, were in the phases of News and Feature Content, Makeup and Typography and Editorial Effort. In the first category, the critique labelled coverage and variety of news in the Eagle, ". . . very well handled, balanced right with good use of features." The style of writing was rated "high calibre, leads all strong, little, if any, personal opinion in stories, but an effort made to interpretative reporting as well as objectivity." Utah State journalists rated the Eagle down on timeliness of news matter, other than sports and features, and weighing all factors, commented: "Considering the foregoing, our rating for this category would be good, bor. dering upon superior." The Eagle was called a "very attractive newspaper with harn monious typefaces, headlines, good photo coverage and attractively-constructe- d and d Editorially, the paper was lauded its attention to makeup and content of editorial opinions. (Eagle, Page 11, Col. 7) Molly Ledgard A Halo Shirley B Colleen Bull, Johnny 11 Barlow, Cyrllla Ann Beanun, Marlene Joy Bwkslead, ('eortie Herrymaii, (iwen Ann Bllllnio, IHiIk Verlln Bleak, Pennll Jaeotmon lilurk. Jay Cregory Brown, Laurel Kath-ry- n Brown, Kay William Brown, James Lee Brunswick. Even were worth if you your weight in gold. . . C Larry Caldwell, Tod H. Caldwell, Nancy school's graduat- Suzanne Campbell, Douglas H Carter, I'aul Carter, Larry B. Chrlatenaen, numbering 153 Ksrvll Parld Lyle Craig, Hue Holfelti Crawford. receive advertisements." Under the category, Makeup and Typography, the concensus was "the job done Is very gooa, appears to be one of the major concerns of the paper and we could rate it fairly with no other grade than Superior." It Costa You Nothing Extra f0nly Thursday, May 24th well-place- I Iavid Adams 153 Will Be well-writte- ... 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