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i: - Alp 7?e School Board-- Hears Reports, Discusses Business ineyard drhes Gub ers Scour , By DENA S. GRANT AMERICAN FbRK -- S.ti Arvhi Dodge, certified public, accountant; t3ils week gave a report of 4a audit of the books of Alpine SchbtiLD& trict for the .school year 1959-6Mr. Dodge reported the book to be in good condition and compli! A ( 0. mented the district for its reports and the general condition of "the books. Mr Dodge inade ,iwb suggestions that; will make the bookkeeping more understandable by (anyone wishing to examine the books. The audit was approved by the board in its regular monthly meeting held Wednesday and instructed' Elijah. hipman clerfc- , treasurer, to put the recommenda tions into. practices... r ;.. Several items relative to the new elementary school to be constructed at Tit3i South &ad Fourth East in Orem were discussed with .the board by Robert Fowler .of S. liar enzo Young &. Partners, architecral ; i ; ' firm- - '..r. . ; ; , Superintendent Dan yf. Petersoxj and his staff were instructed to visit several rtjubr high schools of the state and suggest two or three for the board to visit , as, ft preliminary i step . in the JselecUon of an architect to draft plans for a new junior high school to be erected in Oremj . . i. Victor Bird, president of Utah! who wer retentlyreleased-D- r. LDS Stake for 15 years, ?wffl be JJ Weston Oaks; who .Had served -- i -- for 35 yearHr-MoaSroC3rk, David H. Calder, Elmer E. Nelson and Seymour D.;Grray. . late Royal the Bucbeed J. Miirdock as, presi. Utkkke in 1854 auit dent, of, served ia that capacity until last November whenj he wai succeed ed by Pres. Markham, his first counselor for many years. Monday nigh'fc'i testimonial's )eing tendered fey, theiheW .stajce presidency; mcjiidiog PteV. latk-ha.and Cbuselors ;Ruien B Hansen and Harold B. Jones. i m $ Annual Utah Music Clinic For High Schbol Teachers On T' Campus January4 28 i : ' i Dr. James Aliferis, president of the New England Ocmservatdry o Music at Boston, rMlss.i wil fee the" guest specialist for the eleventh annual Utah Music Clinic ij -- I i Saturday t Jam 28, ron,the; Brig-ha-m Young University campus The clinic, which, is spohspre4 and conducted by the Utah High School Activities Association,, is for all high school music .teachers, prospective music festival adjudi ) : ijonna urannon, tendents. 4 (! s f music Dr.lAfes emint fsaa s educator conductor and composer and the clinic should serve as an excellent preparation for ,1961 Regional Music Festivals which are scheduled to be held from April 15 to 29. Registratioii for the day-lon-g activity will be from 7:45 to 8:45 a. m. ; . j National Guard Points ay To Aid on College Expenses , -- two-hou- rs 15-da- ys versities. men Jlore than 600 ydiiS from throughout the state, who are now members of Utah's1 first line- - of, defense, are taking advantage of the Utah National Guard's plan of financing, their college educations, according to ; Commdridaht (Sadefs Of Made Major T yearsi j . j . fa-da- ., . ;And,1 the Utah National Guard offers Ittprvlslonal tramihg Snd self discipline important W thfe Prornotion and advanced, mili- education of any! young mSii. Joiil tary education ire ruruiing rnate now. Servfiig th1 the Utah NaAl- - tional Guard is a worthwhile this week for Captain Ray-W- . projCto vor ect," guard leaders urged. . . . .... Georq e Bbrie Heads Alpine School Board StefldScFlfit Class Begins Thursday Fbr ProVo AdUlfs ham Yoimg Uni--i versity.' Capt a i n Al-vor- i d, a son of Mr. and Mrs. George I. Capt. Alvord of. .North Ogden,; Utah, was ..recently ad vised by the Air. Force that he has been selected for promotion to the grade bt major and will be .advanced to that grade as. soon" as a vacancy occurs. Word was also received of Captaui Alvord'i selection to attend the Air." Force Air Command and Staff College; Maxwejl Ait Force Base Ala.; iri ' 1961.1 The officer will August of be completing a; three' year ..assignment as an Assistant Profes-- " sor of Air Science att Briihani Young University asTie leaves: for this special Air Force schdbi.'-Futurassignment upon completion of, tUe'htne thidhth Comniitid and Staff College , course is however, Ciptaia Aldtd has been queried about, possibte assignment tov the Alf , Force Acadeny at Cdlorldo tprki'zs; Colo., Al-vor- i imr-know- . r sJSkW Ydf,;(UPl- J- A yoimg' woman who overcame & crippling and attack of polio six veins now, , successfully, manages, her own fioine and ta&es Jart hi. com- filmed t munity Activities. Marcfi National of times diy 11 . A . ; Mrs. Pplly. S?an;ler,, 3i, of Tuif tMr Cbm., will receive a scroll vA a new conference today from Basil d'CcnnSr; ccreilient hi the Kationsl Foimdiuoii. . - Some avertlsemepts you must invest money to obtain the situation or agency Investi- I gate the orooosition tlorouKhly before investing Please notify The anymonev Herald if snv trouble arises . Small classified eds will be . accm the day before cepted until Small ads for the big Dublication accepted Sunday edition will be Ail classic until ll am Saturday. fied display ads must be in by noon the day. .before publication and by Friday noon for the bi Sunrinv classified Section. 3 j j Have. k job. .ihat: offers management opportunities, job security and all mod-- I enr employee benefits?. where your, ability counts ..HEQUltlEMENTS. High School gradu-- . a'te.with some College pre--.; ferred, knd ability tb, meet , Age 2. Personals SALE while you learn? 21-2-8, v . . . .. f . es , , rk engineer-superintende- nt . er ( Qrem Couple's Son ree From Gets DePaul University . . , . ; , . 65. . lab-rad- , fore-lkdi- es th, v to-wi- t: iat e i. . ii 50 f : . G-28- p-- i i" v . Salt-Lake- , Led ion Lay Plans For January 15, 22; 29r 195L. . NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE D ISTRICT COURT UTAH COUNTY, STATE In the Matter of. OF OF $6 Estate of HANNAH S OF HI A JOHNSON -- LOGAN Ameriean Legion CRDALt Deceased...,.. Utah Boys State will be held July CreditorsAir will .present claiirh s S on the Utah State Univer- with vouchers attached to the M 456 orth sity campus, Dr. Edwiii L .Peter- 5itlh& Eatet; beoh or., .Proyo; Utah; son, ... liaison, officer for. tbe or- ' 27th fore 1931; th b,,Marcii, day ganization, announced Saturday. 3RJSt , v B.;jCARDALLf ; Dr. Peterson, associate profesExecutor .the of Estate of Hannah sor of history an4.. pHitic.aiscjlr Johiison fcardall Sophia encS. at USU; .repotted, on ,Boy State plans formulated by the y Pubiiiedj In, Th i Sunday HerS-t- , ? -- state bolrd this week in Salt Lake ald, Jan. 22, 29; Feb. 5, 12, 1961. ty-. , ...... NOTICE OF STOci&OLDERS Some, 500, boy, leaders ,wjUl gith. .....v. ;,.,,; er at ,USU for .the. Bpys, Sjtiil MEETING., of tte siockr Thejanntiai meeting, sessions, .under American Legion holders of the Provo and sponsorship. s Information it out in. the near futjire to.fcigii schools, and . American Legion Jxjsts over . the state, outlining plans for this year's event, lie said. t , Otto Lake Salt Weisley; . City; was reflected president of. the board; and W, Dale Wlters, ,Mid vale, president 6t American Legion Utah' Boys State, at: Tuesday's meeting, Dr. Peterson said. bther of fleers named were Eyan Mickelson, Salina, 4Clark Cheiieyalt Lafee, City, and Parley Jensen, Ogden, vice president; ...La wreiice. Francis,, Salt Lake. t City; treasturer, . and . Dr. Peterson; Logan, liaison officer. feo-i- ng v. . , 4, , , ' ; ...... LEGAL NOTICE , Budding Loan .Society will be held. Tues day, Feibruary, 14, 19Si ait,, tW pin,, M the .South Court Room for, the purpose, of 4, Rearing the annual report, ejecting ;a jboard of hiriei. directors; considering ta ibroposed amendment to the Articles of rncttrpoiaiMi, &creasljB the number of shares any person mky hold, Jnd traiiacting sucii otiher busines jk&fr mk n properly come before he. meetmg, 4 By order of the Board of Directors. f,,t REX L. REYNOLDS, Secretary.; Published in .The unday Her ald January 22; 23; February 5; p ,v-,- on ? - -- TbrAt; 4 ASSETS - r - . - , .' , . -- 74 , - Herald If rural, give ilrec? paper. Want-A- d Pdvs Far Itself! FREE.. piano, lessons given m .sta. dents home, Provor. Orem. Spriagf ' Pleasant ville, , Spanish Fork Collect, t. Grove, FR GUITAR lessons. Chet Atkins siylt, - FR . v' , nimlessona. GUITARj .and accordion Special .trial course for beginners includes use of instrument. Herger ... w Music, FR PIANO instruction in your home. - C&W C It. Spper AC PIANO lessons Specializing in adult , and , young" j beginners Also children's - yocal groups. Orvilia Jeppesenr AC 83. ; , fcilX ON rOB TrffeSExl-IfWt- xpert Service ;. . - 5-1- Work Wanted , , TAX. returns, figured your house or . mines State- tv T. and Federal $3.00- and up. AC CHILD cafe here, while mother works. shops, does genology, FR CHILD care, your home or mine;' . . - . Phone FR SENIOR accounting student desires evening and Saturday bookkeef'jC 4267. work. FR - .... .13,915.21 I 1,768,436.20 .of twl Assoetatioi Furnitiire and fixtures $7,401.ii. Less v y ( t Of ,Proyd. County ot Utah, State of Utah. Statement of Condition as at tne close of business, December 31; i960. ASSETS , . J'.l.. If You Give Expert Serrice. Order Your inexpensive Ad to Ron Her Rrmlarly PROVO BUILDING AND LOAN SOCIETY ....... - 1 - 12; 1961. Cash on hand, and W banks . , . , . . . Fftrst mortgage, direct .reduction loans , . ..... . Loans secured by shares or iiivestmrit certifieateM 2 ...,r...Seel To the Bank Commissioner df thd State of Utali . REPORT OF CONDITION OFp , , . can sell call FR between ' MALE " 9 and 11 a.m. for appointment. Chemist . . . . ijp ,Uegre ACTUAli Jobs in U S., Europe, South America. Many ' high' pay.' Write IDetailer Exp, v Information Center, Employment . Real Estate Salesman Room. 677 139. Boylston Street, 1 Boston 16, Massachusetts. ' Dinner Cook Age 2S up FEMALE MEN, free to travel, interested MerJ chant Marine Jobs on ships,, good Stenographers v. Experiencebi pay, no4 . experience necessary, .. Degree '.f ;j Write Box Dietitian Captain Wohlenberg,. 192 ' Bowling Green Station, New ......... Nurse Private Duty - York 4, New York. Age 30 up'. ;2 Bookkeeper SENSATIONAL new longer-burnin- g ... ' i Apply ct light bilb.v Amazing free replacement guarantee never again .1 Office EmploymentSecurity No competition. buy light bulbar Multi-milliProvo ; -- f 190 , West, 800 North,' dollar market yours alone. - Make small fortune even spare time. Incredibly quick sales. RETIRED couple to. assist in cary of motel. Must have good healtlt. 4 Free sales kit. Merlite (Bulb DiviApartment and $100 per month.sion), 114 East 32nd, Department Write Box 12 Herald 077A, New- York' 16, ... SALES management; Are you happy 141 Instruction 4 .......w.hUm in your present position, and completely satisfied, with your preslv TO., TRAIN. FOR: . ent and potential earning power? inIf you are not, on both SERVIck EXAMS points, CIVIL vestigate our-- program, must . be VVomen Needed , . Men and married, between f25 and 42, good ' must . be able to We job, background, Prepare; Merita d, fofnitt study,-- , and v willing to? take... oux Age 18 to 55. No gxperieric training, program, desire to .make be of and service money necessary, . grammar... school must have .at( least 3 high others, school education usually; pffJcienC education unlimited opportunities, call Mrt B. J. Renstrom, Permanent jobr ft6 . layoff!; FR 84, Tuesday January . 9:00 tUl 5 p.m. $hort,thouts,. High , pay: , adj . yancement. Send name,- home address, ..ph.,. number, time home: Write, ;. Box 4, thil ( ANNUAL REPORT . ; 21. 09 . State Boys i . or 3-5- 05 , , "' . isstfuM ;;. 2;ii4.36 tle'r i.........;..;;..........;..... ..ii,940,210.il ALTERATIONS 1 Men's, Wom CTJYLER'S,. FB 3-0- 22 U ; en's Tailoring appointments to-- 7 .p.m. IX ajn 05. ', AUTO GLASS BROKEN glass replaced Specialized , Ahlander efficient work Mrg t:o. 490 South- - University FR BICYCLES- - AND TRICYCLES - INCOME tax return, Glade E.,Elnk. ; Federal and State. HU FERGUSONS , Bike- - Shop,, Schwinri usea,., in. iraae $3.50 bushel. FR Oeaier...riew, 795 South State Call IRONING, - 120 North 10th West. - I parts, ..f:h l3 5Q TILE, linoleum Installation and re BICYCLES, new. used repairs. Roys Reasonable. Free estimates. pairs. 1070 Bike Shop, Schwinn Dealer.-Call FR West 1st South. FR w , TREES, shrubs, trimmed, topped.. BULL- - DOZER FOR ANY PURPOSE moved; reasonable. Free estimate. AC etc. LEVELING., clearing basements, Pphone-F94634. IRONING done In my home. Call FR FURNACES tax figured. State federal, INCOME GUARANTEED repairs and service rates. Phone FR .Reasonable worK. pnone IRONINGS done cheap. FURRIER 71. FR 4 HELEN Swensen Furs restyled. re- - TREES. and. remov- -' trimmed, topped pa ired. stored cleaned una glazed ed. Free estimate. FR 131 North University FR CHILD care- in my home, reasonable. GARAGES 57 '.v..'. FR MARTIN OVERHEAD DOORS Sec- - INCOME tax assistance. By qualified tional, ..one piece, instaued. Reaccountant .. individual ,o small, modeling. , tt. W Lowry Phone or ours E. G. business rour home . . . ;, , AC or FR Hogland..FR INCOME TAX SERVICE IRONING. 543 North 4 East. - . . FR FEDERAL, State income tax returns reasonable rates. prepared.; WANTED, by, high school - Junior. FR FR After school and parttime worK. PAPERIIANGING Saturday. FR PAPERHANGING and painting. AU INCOME- - tax ' figured at reasonable . . ... or rates, can WorK ttaranteea. .. FR custom GENEALOGY, and -in typing . my nome. tiu 4uie. RADiq AND TELEVISION SERVICE RAY'S TV and Rsdlo C35 West 4th PAINTIrTG. wallpaper cleaning, walls wasnea. worn guaranteed. Phons . North,: FR day or night. 63 4-- 11,-Exten- 12 . i. 1 A. ive-psi- rs, . w-- 1 07. v " - r 4 A Unpledged Withdrawable Shares mmmmmm I l ' ', V ' Iiistallmeht shares Mprtgageedgedrsljares - ' ; i' ' t Advance payments General Reserves: r; T 9 , bj borrowerl for tixes . t a & e ' ... w 6. and "insurance s 1,1035 71758.26 1 Reserve for estimated dividend requirements it: stAtI; PF UTAH . COUNTY OF UTAH - 293.08 t :$l,940;210.27 . is,V t JRe , correct statement of the. condition o'f the said corporation at the clds bf business, bri the. 3lst day, of December, 1960. , Dated this 10th day of January, .1961. REX L. REYNOLDS; ATTEST: ; Secretary. . ELDON G. Kt.il' STEELMEN GET OREM HISTORYblrde E. Weeks Jn; authbr leit; &nd Orem Mayxr M: Wallace, ce"nter; shew GeOrge Jedeiioff; supenhtehdent, gf Ge- - t: tot?, ."Saiebriish Steel,". describing the coming of trie steel industry to Utah Valley. Mayor Wallace, and Mr; Weeks; nOrem postmaster, visited the. U.'S. Steel plant last week tb present 'first copies pf the riew,publi- C6liiili6ia-tfcnev- cation to tSp1 .t,8 a fifficiiil. ' " . , .... S5. 3-o- ' 3-- 46 , -- 05 NAOMI riUTCHES (M Notary. Pdblic. j . ,.. - s.: j: 3-4- , 20. 74. fr J 58- nu 28 77 FR. Service. II WAITNE'JS: TV,.- - JEladid - . 47 - care 111 my home. years, expedience, in, Utah county. CHILD AC work guaranteed. AC RALPH'S. Radio and sTV 91 South INCOME tax. federal state, indivi . , west. FR dual, 1? Over zs farmers; rea,ra ' sonable, AC V1003 years service in Utf h County ALU . , small-business- , 3-- 47 - . RADIATORS REPAIRED 1 . " . 70. (SEAL) My Commission expires Sept. 12, 1963. RADIATORS Repaired 6rebuUt. clean- ea or recorea speciauzea efficient STATE OF. UTAH . vtrorkmanshlp Ah lander Mfi Co OFFICE OF THE BANK COMMISSIONER t - South University FR - 480, t, bf C. the of Conimissioner I, State Spencer - REMODELING ,r Taylor, Acting .Bank Utah, do hef eby. certify that the foregoing i& a true and correct copy ALL. types remodeling, siding,, toot of the statement of cdndition of the above named corporation filed ing. jNouung down. 5 years to pay. Licensed contractor. FR in my office on January 12, 196L ,. ROOFING SPF.NCER C. TAYLOR: WE Acthi Bank Commissioner. rols. fix . ,: repair - -- Alsidlr g &ud t taiiOv!-in- g. haAPjublished ia Thg. fiaf !y Jcjjiiai&a2: 23, 1961. Phone FR -- ---- U . McIELL, MADISON MERRILL' . ' HUGO; PRICE , . ." -, iP;ee Directors' Subscribed and sworn to before me this lOtli day of Jahuary; 1SS1: " or-H- 91 - - If Reynolds beingfirt duly swdrn according to law, Say IthatJ .he;ls tile secretary of the above named corpora tion and that the foregoing report contains a full true and , .. "5-21- 24. R 3-- 42 TOTAL LIABILITIES Hill $i;335.743.83 179,105.76 349,915.00 , 285.83 1,000.00 " Ml rf i I 44, 'i M0TI1ER OF YEAR YeirV : rf state Uvat ? . . e : ake - thi . Moher:-,df,.th- 7.00 . . n 5 ' e ture-rThe- . Mes-dam- ; . ; 220 . . . ( d, .70 , ! 12-fo- ot stenoscript class will, begin Thursday u Jan.; 26, Jit 6:30 f.m. in .the .shorthand roni at Prpvo Hih School with,, Mrs Weston Taylor as jiirectof, Thiisv isthe second, timethis class, iias been offered by Pro vo Adult Education. Stenoscript is approved bucivil service and, .iised hi inany tusi-- f neses and can be learned in from 8 to .,12 Jeisoni,' Sccbrdlng to tnl mstftictor. " ' INVESTMENT v. ADVERTISEMENTS f Respective Signers for Further Information. Rmr-TtrFF'- . , t . public.' ,i Dictrict. Court ot me SPECIAL introduction steam bath 1 .&8 full treatment and ia. $ and massage District, Judicial APPLY. IN. PERSON HOUSEQl wesx isi eouui The Sandhill Neighborhood par- Fourth call FR of Utah; State of v Provo. 4 for .the County : :4 FINANCE CORPORAHOLD ty3 was:, held Mpnday evening at 132 slacks, West Center, Provo 6uits, toneasurei TAILORED TION, the home of, Mr.; and Mrs. , Arrel WESTERN SAVINGS AND women's; Norm's men's uniforms. Adams. Games, program . and rer a 182 West Center., yrovov Also i confidential .evening In- freshinents were enjoyed by, 40 LOAN. COMPANY, WOULD like 'jto- - trade lold iStrike p.m. Tuesday;. t teryiews, residents .Hostesses ..were lor S ana a ureen. Stamps 24 for men how em- COiT Hr BRADY, ET AC January FR William. Holman,. Lynn " ICE OF SALE. ployed I 'and Lost and , Fourici .Kent. Prue, Recently NOT 7. Davis, SHERIFF'S NO. 26028 (released Bishop and Mrs, ,Murlyn .hand "Missinnarv Anr iatVisentimental-value. be sold at Sheriffs Sale; at trfbook. Call 5x7. Brown and . Mri and Mrs. Dean ,Towest Help Warited Female V of front the the B. County FR Marirf door, Roe, Taylor were special guests. HU $10 reward. . Courthouse M the city ,bf . Provo,' . ; . FEMALE. on LOST: Reward t. Friday afternoon, machine Mrs.. liargart bamp epiertliin County of .Utah, .S.tte,.pf.Utahl black section. northeastern sewing Experienced 1951 at female. 2 years old. 'Jet' ed her Sunday School class at a the 6th day of February, operators, . cutters, and FR FR on o'clock 10:00, tsai day l6e skating party' $fowej'byjiii aim., needed for new .factory; certain piece .or pareelt.ol teal 10. Help Wanted Mala Chili., supper ' at her. home re Apply Employment, Security property situate in Utah County, cently. Thirteen boys and girls State Office, 190 West 800 North, of Utah, described as fol- SALESMEN Provo. Utah. FR participated. loirs .... , rBioek-'5;r,p. Mrs.. Lv. CHen JAlta) Davis of t Lot X fA;; If yoii are still looking; for GIRL for general - officeACwork,. Orchard Acres, Orem, .City, a week FR days Downey,. Calif. .Is visiting in tHe right proposition. PAaJi County, , Utahj . aerordirig WOlViAN 30 to 45 to work nisrht JLakeview.-&hcame due. to tne Answer. this .ad 11 to7 5 f days a week, typing reon official thereof the to. .plat illness,: and,. death .of her mother, quired, "permanent r work- - if applifile in the office, 'of the RecordImmecliately. cant Interesting and " satisfactory. conditions. Mrs. Teenie dinger. Mr. and 11 Box No. Call Herald . Utah. of working Utah er Courity, pleasant Mrs. Clifton.Clinger of San Gab 216. Monday extension FR Purchase price payable,, in through Friday 8:30 to 6:00.- -riel, Calif., have returned home. State a g e;.. qualifications. fuii money ot .the United .States, $231 WEEKLY for wearing-- - lovely How much you are now .earnat this Provo CityrjUtah, dresses supplied to you by . us. Just Dated Mrs. Adreari .(Barbara Zaforisr . would .Howiiiucli ..you ing, show Fashion. Frocks to friends. No investment, canvassing w exkie) dinger, of Marysville, Galif.; 13th day of January, v1951 likef to .earn. All xeplies held RALPH CHAPPLE, perience necessary.;FashionFrck is visiting, her, daughter, .Diane, confidential. Cincinnati. Department of Utah Utah Sheriff Courity, at a student Ohio. BYU, and other rela ri '; ' j By Dave Reynolds,, tives and friends in the area. TRAINED finance company manager HOUSEKEEPER over 25, live' In. 'i small home,, Sprihgvllle, S adults, needed high income job, start im 1 child. $80 monthly, Write Herold mediately iri the ProrovArea ConTolin B. Mangum, Atty. Box 14. tact Ft S. Smith, at y EM or Provo FR Attorney for Piaintiff r 12 Help Wanted, mala,, femala. : t.6 , Published in. The Sunday Herald NEED to earn more money? Jf.,you -- , j Officers' Trairi: ing Unit at Brig-- , Consult County . .Clerk ,er Is your future? If you are hot established in a particular field if your present em- ployment offers limited fu- why not: , a fresh j? tart ..with a National Corporation? 2- - 1 Enter, a planned tralrilrig program with - a salary. . The board of, education will, deed Pleasant Grove CSty.a. plot. of AMERICAN FORK George I. on sumatea grouna juocust Avenue, Bone, Lehi, will serve as presi which presehtly is included in the dent .of the Board of, Education extreme west portion of Pleasant of f the Alpine School District for Grove High School, site far tKe the 'odhiihg, two years. Mr. Bone construction of a nev swimming suceeds Frank C. Greenwood, pool. In, exchange for . the land American Fork. The reorganiza deeded to the city, the board will tion of the , board . was effected be given, a deed, to the tennis during. the regular. board meeting courts and a, plot of ground held Wednesday iri the district oarallei to the courts situated on administration office here. the present junior high School sate. ' Mr.. Bone has served as vice In addition the city has agreed to president for the past two vyears cojnplete the sidewaljpfrom Locust J., Murray Rawson was elected Ayjenue ; t6 the existing sidewalk vice president . arid Elij ah Chip- adjacent to the high 'school prop man was appointed clerk-trea- s erty, urer- - These positions will continue Fire Escape P.lanned on a two year Jais as well, the A fire escape is to be installed period, of time being fixed byat, Lehi Junior High School dur- state law. ing the, s?unmier,.of 1961 in order pto The new president has been a meet requirements for.,a safe member of the board of education escribed by v&.Jj$i since .1952. He is employed,, by building fire ciy will department. The new es- Pleasant Grove, Canning Company cape as Plant supermtendent. Second end of tiie building oiv Mr. Rawson resides iri Orem floor, a doorwayJye, era in ihe and wis recently elected to the south wall of the Hibrary 9hSri a, by the citizens of that area. The board reviewed the case, of board He was originally appointed .by injury to, a boy 8who .broke his col- the board to fill the unexpired lar bope t while , .playing oni , the term of Philo. Tf Edwards, He .is scooi grounds. The parents bt the of Fashion Fabrics Shop in boy had, reqed'r.hi. lmad to oyner , Prove. pay hospital end doctor J fees. It C. Greenwpod, retiring Frank was stated that.iriasmuciK as accirepresents the Ameri dent insurance had been, tmade president, can-FoAlpine aea as a board available to students at the begin- member. He was elected in 1955 ning of the school year, the board and is would not accept liability to pay for the Metropolitan Water Dis medical expenses as requested. S. Arvid Dodge was. appointed trict. Other boam members are Dr. auditor of; the Alpine School Dis- Phil of ariitrict to audit the books for the man Shumway, professor, husbandry at Brigham schooj year 1960-6University, a resident of Young Legal Counsel Named where he is a member of Orem, LDS presidency of the stake LeoijJiiier; . Qrem attorney was. appointed, legal counsel to the the he resides, and Boyd L. which in district to succeed Vera Wentz, Fugal, .Pleasant .Grove, who has been attorney for the dis- of Sons Construe trict for the past fourteen years. tiorithe Niels Fugal Company, and president of Supt. Peterson was .instructed to extend the; board's appreciation to Mr. Wentz for the long years of excellent service he., has rendered. tt was thought wise. by. the, board tojextend on a more frequent basis opportunities for, employment and. participation . in funds imade available from public taxation, in positions in the district other than Word has, been received by Mr. those of professional teachers and and Mrs. Howard Famsworth of thdse regularly employed in mainOrem that their son, Donald B. tenance and operation work. Matron Hired Famsworth, wili receive his B.S. The board approved the em- degree in Marketing from DePaul Chicago, HI., on ployment of a matron,, for three University, hours per, day to assist the teacher Feb. 5. , . , Donald is a graduate of Lincoln of the physically handicapped class ... High School; LDS Seminary and Sn,Lifldon. , , has his B.S. degree in Foreign board jNew teachers, employed by. vacancies occasioned fill, tot by Trades from Woodbury College of resignatiotis are Nina Cleig Wind-s- o Los Angeles Oalif. He plans td for his Eifemehtary; JoM Fishier, Lehi conitiriue his schooling UniNorma DePaul masters at Elementary degree Pdcddk; Fork Airican Highi Margaret versity. Discher, Westmore Elementaryj ponlads wife Is the former Barbara Humphries, Edgemont Marilyn Prestwich of Provb and th4ir three children Roxanne, Elementary. reDesired and Jasori live t Park "lhe, following teachers have signed, Coleen Burt; Orem High; Forest, HI. ' Donald is. employed at InternaMarilyn Wopdard, Lihi Elemen' tary; Alene Miller,' , Greenwooa" tiona Tairvestef Compariyi at Elementary ; y Lynne B. Clark, Oheago. AnSerican Fork High; Carol Goold, Westmore. . ElemewtaryJ ,alburga Blood makes t up about 8 per total weight. cent of a person's Cleggj Edgemont Elementary, 9a; dets, of the Air Force 1 Reserve week month : ' ' d, , - 70 1.30 - co-bwri- ? j i1 -- . 1. Major General Maxwell E. Rich, State adjutant general. t And, by serving in either branc'h of the Utah National Guard $rmy. of alrrithe college student can reasonably t4 assured that he will finish his education since guardsimefa areexempt from the maEtaryj draft once they complete a hortjjf-inont- h basic training course outside - the state and ftil-fi-ll their legal National Guard obligation; In additiorir tlie Utah National Guard in many instances serves to supplement tthe, education of college jfctudemsl wfaS SrS members, of .guard, units. For example, medleal; itiidents can gain an invaluable 'wealth of technical training:, and information in their chosen fielil by llrving as a member of the Utah National Guard' lUm. eyacuiOoli hospital Tho seeking degrees, in engineering would find" it. profitably to serve in one of the vUti National Guard's several engineering units. For th guardsfliafl tftajofih in electrical engMeerirfg ot . Similar fields, the guard operates and maintilas several, million, flollari worth 6t higW; technical , radar fr equipment iti the $tt guard's scKiadroli: nosx lings: Mrs. Velma Qlegg; Mrs, Norma , Jerre and Mrs. Fcrnia Den Motherij. Kent. Prue, BOARD PRESIDENT George Pjrue, MadsenJ Rober Brarinon Bert ., I. Bone, Lehi; hew president of and Mock,; committeemen. Bobby the. Alpine vJiistrict Board, of was released as Sbrerisori Frank Education for' the next two .Cubmaster. - The Utah National Guard is offering graduating seiu,ofrs in. the state's! high ichooii bne of the most unique plans' of financing a collegefeducation available, guarc! officers said Saturday. i! By 'joining .the ,tfta& Natkmal Guard now, money paid soldier a week trainees for just armory drill time and during the summer, is more than adequate to finance the educational finances for a student in any of the state's colleges oa? uni- lvira. WHAT - Rates As' Follows Minimum ; 10 ., words noci ; Cost Pe word 10 Words Day Legal Notices Probate ; and .jGuatdianship Nohces 10. Hetp Wanted Matt ADVERTISEMENTS- . -- vinsteMjK!b and superin- cators, principals t. per-cen- 1970. ; WESTER. . PACirjC Robert H.j Camp,, seaman, USN, son. of RJr. . and Mrs,. ..James, IL . Camp of S33 Battle Creek Dr.; Pleasant Grove, Is serving aboard th.e. at tack aircraft carrier USS Coral Sea, operating with the. Seventh Fieel In the western Pacific.. . 7A SUNDAY HERALD CLASSIFIED - i - Testimonial Open House President wcc . Salt Lake City, submitters of low bid,- purchased $400,000 worth of refunded bonds at an interest rate 3.10 terrceiit with a premium of 5218,50 anaiKjng en ettecnave in terest rate of 3.0939 This interest rate is the lowest the district has had to pay in two years. The. bonds were refunded until To Be Honored af;Mofiday honored at k testimonial and open4 house Monday night at the Park University Ward, announces Fred L. Marictf&rii the new stake president, ljy t All members, of the stake are invited, as well as others interested. The testimonial will be held at 7:30 p. m. with the open house to follow. Honored along with President Bird will be Terry JOldroyd, who served as counselor in the stake presidency for 13 years, and five members of the high council ; . Aircraft Carrier US By MRS. KENT A. PRUE LAKEVIEW , ."vTNEYABi Vineyard Cub Scouts held .their pack meeting Friday evening and tne iouowmg ; oiucex5 nairied: Clarence Ferrer, cubmas- ter; yai tKillpack,: assistant cujmaster Dale Harding, chorister: Mrs. Oliver. Afton KiUpack, Mrs. AJYut?H . s Stake Presidency Ex-Ut- ah Reports of the City and County Health Department relative ,to their inspections were reviewed by the. board. The reports showred almost all of the building to be in good 'or excellent, condition. School lunch departments were mcluded in the inspection and report. Cus todial and r school lunch workers were ; omplrnieaked... bh the excellence of the report. No Name Selected . After discussing several names for the new elementary school in CJfrem, iio Section was made by the boara , and the matter was referred to Murray Rawson and Dr. Shumwar, ,board n members rom Orem.atea,Ffor further study. Rbbsrt Cdmp Serves 1 - rcrf 00. 8. Nursery Schools PLAYHOUSE Nurservj ages 2 to 5. a East- CaU FR AC S'il2"0 - 5-1- 59 ... 29. Special Notices PINION firewood, best heat. ISrht. wonderful aroma. Delivery. Phone FR Fit 35. Trcnsporlcticrt RJDi.HS or drivers to Sali I 8 aJn. to 4:30 p.m, AC c.tr. -- if.'