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|Rights Holder||Allan R. Gibson, Nephi, Utah|
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ii" JI Open house set for Mrs. Broadhead I V Utah Foundation reports The predicted increase in Utah school enroll- ments now is underway and its magnitutde may be even greater than was originally anticipated. This observation is contained in a study of enrollments school - SSL L. wi - Olive J. Broadhead church and club activities. She married William Edward Broadhead of Nephi in the Manti LDS Temple May 19, 1937. He died in 1954. They had two children: Mina Lou Broadhead Richins Lester William and Broadhead. Mrs. Broad-tendehas seven grand-quihead school in SantaShe is a memchildren. and was active in ber of the LDS church and has been active in the Daughters of the Utah Pioneers organization, the Veterans Auxiliary organization, and in a Senior Citizens' Here are the names of At the present servicemen and mis- group. she lives with her time, sionaries serving from 2880 West at the East Juab County daughter Center Street in Provo. area: d n year-to-yea- f 'i Wednesday gravy, Turkey whipped cake, milk. 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The greatest gitt you can give a bedwetter 'and the rest of the family to? is an end to this serious problem and make no mistake bedwetting is serious It can cause complicated psychological problems that last a lifetime Its so needless because bedwetting when not caused by organic defect or disease can be ended Send for our free brochure BedWhat Its All About and How To End wetting It " A rpport by two medical doctors No potatoes, cranberry cup, gelatin fruit salad, dinner roll, strawberry short whole-whea- I f LFT THEM HAVE A apricots, cookie, milk. c Cil i - e'-'- sa Ml! M ger, lettuce, pickle, onion, French fries, XI f Nephi, f? & id Nephi, Utah Dec. 14, 1978 3 s. HAVE A Li W hools and the rise ir senior high school enrollments wall occur during the middle part of the 1980 decade. Eventually, enrollment this new bulge will affect the colleges, but the major impact for higher education is still nearly a decade away. The Times-New- s sc f t? n, i 1 gradm. Within the r.ext yt ir nr will b( gn two, inuen-t- s to affect the junior high to increase by 18,000 per year, approximately $40 million in added operating funds will be required Licensed and Certified Hearing Aid Audiologist Certified in Tinnitus Aids Factory Trained in 30 day TRIAL on all aids We make house calls. T? St in and (2) the of population elementary' ment growth registered in Utah this 3 ear was oncei.tra ted in four s . bool districts. Utah will s.'hun a 3 e r by h percent of the enroll- lit) d enrollments are expecu Service For All Makes Special Prices on Hearing Aids From $10000 and up in the Juab School District: Monday Spanish dinner, green salad, hard roll, peanut butter cup, peaches, brownie with chocolate icing, milk. HamburTuesday pi m cnniil'ile, efng i vpi public school finance the state. In 1984 when - schools rta. i decade in At413The Safari Motel South Main Utah 18-2- 2 si bool trends prepared by the Utah Foundation, the private research organization. According to the Foun- 18,090 for 1984 is 31 perdation study, it is proj- cent greater than this ected that there will be earlier high. Similarly, 466,700 pupils enrolled the projected increase ot in Utah public schools by 142,200 in school enroll1988. This represents an ments over the next ten increase of 142,200 years is nearly 48 perstudents or 44 percent cent greater than the actual experience during the 1954 to 1964 period. Foundation analysts point out that this enrollment growth will l.a( effects on 10 cun, to 2 p.m Here is the lunch menu for for December trtmls ing year-to-yea- Will Hold A Hearing Aid Clinic Thursday, December 21st Here's school lunch menu nut-posL- If pres tit spend- post-Worl- d Robert Hearing Aid Center Elder Brett Lynn 1482 West Jefferson Apartment 9 Osceola, Iowa 50213 ) substantially greater I 3930 No. 6 214th Place Bayside, NY 11361 This ear (1978-79Utah schools vy.il spend about $100 million for genera! npetupng than those experienced during the War II years. Previousr ly, the peak in 1964 occurred increase when school enrollments in Utah rose by 13,799 The projected increase of in to the state during the 1970s. Another conretributing factor is that dramatically during cent years. Moreover, fewer students are atrethe tending private schools building in be will not Utah than was the quirements ten 3 ears ago. case distributed uniformly Present!), all of the among Utahs forty school districts. Nearly growth ii occunng in lh adding about is million a ytur to school operating costs. These projected enrollment increases are a Elder Dennis Everitt Presently, enrollment capital outlay. The study notes that school building costs hae increased $9 will exceed 18,000. fS Elder James Sutherland 545 West Beddell Fort Worth, TX 76115 substantial rise growth increases r f ach year merely to provide for this growth. Utah School enrol menfs on the way up An open house to honor Mrs. Olive Johnson Broadhead on her 80th birthday anniversary will be held this Saturday, December 16. The event will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Maurice L. Mem-mot- t in Nephi. The public is invited to attend. Mrs. Broadhead is a former Nephi resident. Mrs. Broadhead was born December 19, 1898 in Santaquin, the daugh- ter of Lars and Mina Johnson. Her parents died when she was a small child and she was raised by Hilda Larson. She had eight brothers and one sister. She at- - in i""1!11 1 H I 1 1 ft 5 f.