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idtTM ffijjlife Meet Tn VOLUME 55, NUMBER The of annual meeting the Wildlife federation Box Elder In will be held 'Friday evening First clubrooms, commercial Lurity bank building, Earl announced 2 GOVERNOR APPOINTS GEORGE federation passes this solution, it will be forwarded to the jg a recommendation state fish and game commission, and the Utah Wildlife federation meeting in Salt Lake City and Sunday, January 21 Sat-urda- y and 22. A set of officers is this year. Attend- complete tp be elected last ance at annual years j to meeting was very small-ydua stormy night, and the membership voted to return all .officers td office for one more year; As a result, all 12 of Ihe directthis ' year. orships terminate Therefore, 12 directors will, be terms elected, six for one-yea- r r terms. A and six for vice president and president, two-yea- also will be terms. elected, each for one-yea- r Outgoing officers are Earl G. Anderson, president; Perry JenGeorge ; M. sen; r secretary-treasure- Mason, secretary-treasure- r. are ' Max Outgoing directors Richard Morgan, Dean Christensen, the position by Governor J. Bracken Lee Friday, January 6, to replace Milton B. Taylor, who was discharged by the governor . for charge. Confusion surrounded the appointment Monday when Secretary of State iHeber Bennion Jr., who traditionally gives the oath of office to new commission appointees, refused to administer the oath to Mason because .Taylor had previously indicated he would take legal action to prove Lees order of removal invalid. Mason began practicing law in Brigham City in 1939 and Is a former secretary of the Box Elder Chamber of Commerce. He Is a graduate of the University of Utah and holds a degree in law from Harvard university. iWhen Mr. Bennion issued the certificate of office to the new Democratic member of the commission following the swearing-i- n ceremonies, Monday morning, he was named executive secretary of the state land . $232 , r, secretary-treasure- discussions of Wildlife federation and conservation activities, past and future. ; Dutch lunch will be ser V-- . ? X-R- the reservation Thursday . and Friday mornings, Dr. Boyce said. He is expecting 108 to arrive morning, and the ' fiAn technician from Salt Thursday nal 180 Friday morning, com Lake City will be at the the opening student pleting y Inter-mounta- Indian school Friday, Saturday and Monday, January 13, 14 and 16, with the mobile unit. The unit-iable ; to handle 1000 Individuals per day, making waiting In line unnecessary, according to Mrs. Luella Mac- Farlane, county T. B. chalrlady. There Is absolutely no cost whatsoever to the individual Is to be taken whose this is a service of the T. B. association of the nation and y , s Donated For : body of the school. - : The remainder of this .week will be spent . in . acquainting the students with some of jtheif supervisors and teachers, ;with each other, their new surroundings and with, their new manner of life. Dr. Boyce explained. Next week the school : faculty and supervisors will start ac-- , . ; 'I quiring educational data oh the students by means of standard-- , ized tests, which will be given ' . all pupils. ; J state and all adults, especially "Careful academic and social those residing or working at the records on each child will be school are encouraged to take1 kept throughout the entire five advantage of this opportunity year curriculum, or ' whatever Friday, Saturday or Monday, part of it he completes, ; Dm i Mrs. MacFarlane stated. Boyce explained. . Careful were preparations by the school staff for To Serve In Holland drawn up every move and every virtually minute of the Indian youngsters following their arrival this morning. First, after thelri ? ar rival, the students were to be shown to the rest rooms i ahd washrooms, then taken to breakfast. After breakfast, they .were to be taken to dormitories I and put to bed, many of them to make the acquaintance of a real bed for the first thn to their lives, Dr.' out. They were to ' rest z uatU ; . ; flunch time. At lunch today, Thursday and Friday students of Central school e will be on hand to extend a to the Indian youngsters. AJL Central,, school, fifth grade pupils were fbjo to the school fUf this noon, and sing stings and possibly extend a formal .. ;wel come to Brigham City to the newcomers, through ah interTomorrow noon . the preter. sixth grade students will extend the welcome, J, D. Gunderson, Elder Kenneth J. Nielson Central school ' principal,' - an. . . who will be honored at a nounced yesterday. . fo totestimonial January 15, Sun- - The afternoon schedule and simi- group, day's arriving day evening, at 6 oclock in iariy the new. arrivals Thurs the Brigham City I ourth day and Friday, t will include ward prior to his departure to going through the medical line fulfill a mission in the Neth- for immunizations and examiy The Brigham City Lions club presented the Box Elder high school band a check for $232 to assist in the payment for their new uniforms, last Friday, Jan uary 6, Wayne Johnson, band director, said today. . Funds for the new uniforms the Lions contributed were rais ed by sponsoring the Rubinoff concert during the fall of 1948. The Lions club has been holding the money in their treasury since then for the time the new uniforms were purchased With 60 members in the B. E. H. S. band, 80 uniforms were or- dered- - The twenty additional uniforms were ordered to cover expansion of the band in the future. , The new uniforms arrived in time for the last football game of the season, the state Contest ; - . John Olsen; Lions President, Presents $232 Check to Stephen R. Bunnel, president of the Band Parents organization to assist in paying for the new uniforms recently purchased for the Box Elder high school band. Lookof the ing on are Wayne Johnson, band director, on left; Ora Andersen, Band Parents organization, third from left; and W. H. Griffith secretary of the Lions -; club.; ... vice-preside- nt Planning Board Elects Howard POLIO DRIVE BEGINS JAN. 16; EVENTS SLATED FOR BOX ELDER Boyce-pointe- d - wei-com- . Ik Ste rn Srlis , Approximately 300 more Navajo boys and girls of the same ages will arrive by . bits from Unit To Be ay At Indian School Band Uniforms ; dent and and general The first 212 pupils, Navajo Indian youngsters from 12 to 18 years old, boys and girls, few if any of them English-speaking, were to arrive at the school this morning at 6:30 oclock. They boarded six buses yesterday afternoon ; at about 4 oclock, and traveled overnight, sleeping as best they could on the buses. The youngsters are from the central part of the Navajo reservation, the Fort Defiance and Chinle areas, according to Dr. George A. Boyce, superintendent of ?the school. The South Box Elder stake choir will resume practice Wednesday (tonight) at the tabernacle starting at 8 oclock In the evening, It was announced today by Harold B. Felt, choir director. The choir will begin work on The Vision" which will be presented Easter and on the program for the next quarterly conference, Felt said. All members of the choir are urged to attend. Christensen, Ervlng Reed- board.' Wait er, Mr. June, Anderson, In commenting on his apHiason, Sam Welch, 'Newell B. pointment to public office MaC. G. Adney, Wendell son said: Cook, jeppson, Steve Zundel and John "I have always admired the ' ' Hadfield. for which Governor " at principles ; Other matters of business Lee has stood. It will be a great Fridays meeting will Include pleasure to serve under him and the annual reports of the presi- Lions Club Making Contribution To Band Uniform Fund South Stake Choir Will Practice Tonight At 8 tail-rac- e Most Of Intermountain Indian School's First Group Of Pupils Know No English 6 PAGES MASON TO FINANCE COMMISSION At Capitol Wildlife AND FRI. FOR SCHOOL OPENING V BRIGHAM CITY, UTAH, WEDNESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 11, 1950 Brigham City Lawyer Election of officers will be the but Sworn of business, In Office item Principal number of other matters will before the membership, Monday he said. M. George Mason, attorney preA resolution was being week by interested and farmer from Brigham City pared this federation members asking that was sworn Into the Utah finance of the Brigham commission tte Monday morning by be closed to Myra D. Ovlatt, City power plant commission sec15 youngsters fishing except by retary and notary. the If Mason was appointed to fill years old and younger. t 300 MORE WILL ARRIVE THIIIIS: Talent Plus flegufarShowAr Local ter the night of the show. . Other events to-bsponsored during 'the drive Will tig a "Since March 4, sponsored by the club, a basketball game Sponsored by the Jaycees. And it is also hoped a boxing card will be arranged, Smith said. e it. 1 uniforms worn by the band' was elected John Howard, Feature First Capitol P.-Tvious to that time were pur A of the chairman J newly formed A ' chased in 1934. ' City Planning Board at the that Johnson pointed breakfast meeting held Monday there was a definite reason for The Central and Lincoln P.-uniand blue morning. Mrs. J. E. Ryan will gray obtaining A. will hold their regular monthfill the office of forms rather than purple and ly meeting Wednesday (tonight) white, the high school colors. A secretary' and policy commit t g tee will be selected at a future colored clothes fade very (Purple Whorl,, 1116 whlte to meeting. easily Hebe'r C. Sharp, assistant Dr. fyand The Planning Board Is a fully professor of psychology at the, t.of formed organization consisting j U.S.A.C. discuss the topic, will .The Corinne chapter of the , of 23 organizations including ,nd i j Mayor Lorenzo J. Bott and the (North and South B. E. stak Young Buddhist association will The Physical, Mental and Emopurchased. of' the tional Development be host to the 14th d annual In- School councilmen re- es, the Catholic church, Com Child. He will Illustrate , Mother nations. j termountain church and every civic erlands. feature Young Buddhist interesting, re cently approved the appoint- munity The first movie will be shown conference January 14 and 15, it 'concerning the uniforms, which : ment of appointive officials for and service club In the city. was. announced the students Friday and. Saturcommittee will set The modeled after the stan ofn the policy municipal today , by Paro (Brigham City Because treatment for the di- government. Yagi, president of the Corinne day nights. The movie auditorup the rules and regulations and uniform,; is runs into thousease sometimes ium at the school will' seat' only B. A. and Jake of this decide the will scope was three Smith presiKoga, pieces appointed Harry y of the is it necessary a few over 300 persons, so the dollars dent of sands board. e lea-gnsexhad Ernest Iverson, to them. The old uniforms long range planning Young Buddhist ev- police chief; movie cannot be shown to the from Salt Lake City. Mr. Howard told representa ' 10 of that funds be donated from re- ton; Orion Eskelsen, electrical each , pieces separate Free Dutch lunch at annual I wb! . as Two days of entire group at one time.; ,. Roerybody so that every child, until the action of tives pres up events, in Brigsuperintendent; h much money department of Box Elder Wildlife ham City and From the minute of their arwere briefs and given inspector;' ent'date 80 uniforms were pur- gardless of how i land Corinne, will be meeting Madsen, The sanitary will be propheld during the conference. First Federation Friday evening. Kenneth Nielsen, son of Bish- rival at the school. Dr. Boyce Dr. Harper Pearse,' physi- by David O. Andersen and Glenn chased from the : J. C. Penney their parents have, treated. there will be a erly Knudsen. Dee op and Mrs. George A. Nielsen, said yesterday; emphasis, will O.. tournaLund, attorney; cian; bowling company in Brigham City at a According to DeeGlen Smith, Mrs. Grace Rock, treasurers deWill be honored at a farewell be on personalized attention to ment in Brigham City with 12 total cost of $3600. The Board chairman of the drive In Brigteams es they Federation testimonial prior to his depar- the students, Wildlife meeting and 60 assistant clerk, of Education participating.'. The tourappropriated will partment events several new ham be surroundthe in nament will be under the directmisCommerCity, 8 may in for at the ture Netherlands recordevening Mrs. for Gertrude the Friday Bosworth, percent of the money ion of Kan Yagl. during the drive to ers department deputy' clerk. sion field .Sunday, January 15. ings, cial clubrooms. Be there! , ; uniforms while the rest of it is take place first the To each group of 30 tooys or funds. raise Monday Later. Saturday there will be mission He will enter the being raised by Band Parents of the drive, a glass enclos two adults will be assign1 open services at the Corinne Y. girls home leave and will 9, day con January and through organization, box with separate openings ed ed a dormitory at Lake Salt for immediately, 15, Mr. chufch. The highlight of such City civic January tributions of, clubs, Main reet m tne first day will .be placed New York City where he will tendant and a teacher. The dorconfer the ence ball at the Corinne front of Van Engelens. Each of mitory teacher, and possibly the embark for the Netherlands. lodge hall under the direction the openings will be ; labeled Kenneth graduated from Box teacher also, will be able to of Yofh with one of the names of the1 Yamisaki. v Elder high school In 1947. While speak Navajo. From the start for South North and in entries nine the wards first The at Box Elder high he was prom-ihe- these two adults will stay with as well as -' With donaBox Elder stakes. ers, are Invited to Queen of the 12th annual in athletics, having play- their group, getting to know who has made man the Young young "Outstanding attend the Snow tions In the glass box on commost outstanding ed on both the championship them and recognize them on conation of the sweetheart Snow Carnival, to be beld at the of one the Be Man Of '49" Will Box Elder high school gymnaqueen, Eva Matsuda of petitive basis, it will be possicontributions to this community basketball and football teams. sight. They will show them Held Salt Lake 28, beginning at ble to see which wards pile of 'In 1946-4he was president of around through the school plant, sium; January Award Presented during this critical year of his?er attendants are Pat 9 oclock in the evening, have Key is growdimes and dollars ' the studentbody at B. E. H. S. to their rooms, the dining haU from Syracuse tory. and been received by officials, acthe fastest. and elsewhere, answer their The presentation of a DistinKawate of Salt Lake City. (Mayor L. J. Bott will make and was valedictorian of his James M. Powers, commander ingEvery time you go past the to Mrs. Audrey Bott, adand try to make them to, award Service class. questions cording Distinkey graduating of the guished the morning services will of the local American presentation Legion feel ; ease. at one-hal- f two For oe.held' in the Corinne Budd- - vertising committeeman for the Post and D. M. (Mason, athletic box, stop and drop in a dona- Brigham the and outstanding in past Citys Service award key, . v tion In the slot for your ward young man will be the - high- guished of the Junior Chamber event.. he has been a student at clurch and later the years behalf of a attended officer, meeting it is the most worthy contribu- light of the local observance of and the They are Shirley : Holmgren, the district co'mmanders and win be given by a community. Guests at the University of Utah where he tion you can make, Smith said. Junior Janet Gurley, Janice Hansen, The week. Commerce of Lincoln, Central School e be presidents majored in the pest speaker. Adele Seely, Bar- athletic officers held in Logan Some of the best talent in presentation will take place at of abanquet will Reese, U. earnof U. at While the he Bunny the of number conference urin8; Brigham City PTA Plan Meet Jan. 11 ; the e last Thursday night. Brigham City will perform at a the birthday banquet and ball civic oncers will be elected bara Marble, Jolene Monson, organizations and other ed his freshman footballa letter The meeting was for the pur- between-shoat commemorating the 29th anniWood , and Elizabeth Eskel-seperformance freshman letter year and A meeting of the Parent-Teacher- s coming year. community church leaders, all his pose of finding out which posts the Capitol theater, Thursday, conclude ffie two-da- y versary of the founding of the past presidents of the Junior in varsity baseball during his e were sponsorassociation of both the this district from car19. of the in Officials charge United States Junior. Chamber Chamber of Commerce and all sophomore year. Kenneth was Lincoln send- January schools and Central and teams basketball banquet and talent nival canding .This program, sponsored by of Commerce, Ray Andersen, former winners of urged that queen be Presented at the the Distin- a member of the basketball sponsored by the Lincoln school BoWvm the the 20-3club, president of the local Jaycees, be submitted early; ing them to St. George for City names Brigham idate won team that the guished Service award and their Jlder high school. P.T.A.. will toe held Wednesday, American (Legion tourna- will be in addition to the reguThe contest is open to any state tournament In Salt ake City resaid this week. The banquet wives. on the' program March. of ment the latter part January 11, at 8 oclock in the limit win k!!613 no The feature. lar is management age girl, and there Past presidents of the Junior cently. n embers of the of the meeting of the theater will donate half will be held at the Commercial in the Box Elder high lAfter this evening part nomto "All that is necessary clubrooms iHe plans evening, Chamber are Ray Lillywhite, the Uni- school' auditorium, Etta (Mosko Y. B. A. Saturday were laid was concluded, plans send of all the proceeds to the polio beginning at 8 oclock. The afyour favorite is to union base- drive. Smith Wayne Woodland, Lester Dredge, versity upon completion of his witz, program chairman, ; said WT?;lal quests for the event inate name said. and address to Post for American Legion . be will their fair Carroll Williams, C, Henry Niel- mission. ProbLorenzo .v ayor ball for the coming year. J. Bott, ain today. Boy Scouts in all of the wards Mrs. and (Mrs. Alf Free- - Office Box 286, Brigham City. B. Owen, E. teams sen, C. Sharp from i the Nelson, as Heber Wayne Dr.. 6uch having lems, at South North chosen and the The Jaycees 29th Anniversary Ed D .Ward, Willis The queen will be Che-s-tHansen, Marat the appointed throughout Farm Mechanics Utah State Agricultural colfor Box Elder stake will canvass week is January 14-2er dance by votes received ready and play During vin Peters, Glenn L. Andersen, Adult tourfor Larin16! mT and Mrs. the time suggestions lege wil) speak on the subjedL the of entire southern the sales. this part week,' ticket Distinguished from Jaycee Clinton M. Johnsen, William M. Class Slated Tonight were discussplay-off- s nament and Physical, Mental and Emotionbarto Mrs jArde,rsen and Mr. the tickets carnivals, be snow will Service award county givselling .As in former keys " ' Jesse J. Jepperson. V ' : An and Morris. . in adult education al class Long , ed.' Development of the School show. ; have will ten en to the gain outstanding young Those who have been presen- farm mechanics will be held Child. the event, this year Neal Davis, state athletic ofHe will illustrate the concessions, and refreshments ficer from Salt take City, was ' Whether you can or cannot at- men in America toy the U. S. ted the Distinguished Service Wednesday evening talk with moving pictures. (tonight) Jl640 Given Toward at Commerce of Chamber one Junior of tend available. show the be will purchase award as Brigham Citys Ou- starting at 7:30 oclock in the the state ' film Name of the queen in present to represent the tickets. I fyou do not at a ceremony to be held in Peoria, tstanding Young Man Rheumatic Fever Kathryn Hunsaker, to of the farm mechanics shop at. Box which will be followed toy A district Nielsen, office. QUig Fight 1949, will be on hand present Year have been Elmer Jepp Elder high school it was an discussion. Is "Learning To Ua over - the tend the show the whole price Illinois. Hun8ak. chair- - the new 1950 queen with a wool- commander, presided maof meJbeumatic out dis- of the ticket will go, into the B. Felt,' Wayne nounced today. the .Harold Joe sen, Howells, with significance Pointing derstand Children, Mrs. Moslo. meeting Barever fund en blanket donated by the of tho Reed Simonsen, chairman of ar- Woodland, Walter G. Mann, J. from Par- fund for polio. interested in farm witz said. trict Anyone u.taS Federation of Busi- lAs incentive to the an Mills. added on Woolen Edwin Baird, Marriner M. Mor machinery repair or the conThe sixth grade chlldrcx t. U. adise, Utah; Charley Beckert, scouts to sell all the tickets pos rangements for the dinner-lanc- e Womens . presentation, The rison, Ed D. Ward, William M. struction of small farm equip- participate in the progwtnt. to and one said, district representative 1,64 d 20-3has bibutPrt11 been is a "hurry the club is going toBri ham Cit Junior chamber of ong, Glenn L .Andersen, Willis ment should attend The News-Journthe class, it the state athletic office and Earl slble, this cause. shop for Job printing, but Madsen, district one adjutant give the troop that sells the Commerce is .making this award Hansen, O. D. Lund and Don was stated. up" r rPhond y- -t t 4 federation is work durin$ always most of tickets of board per number; the quality the because it affords recognition to Rasmussen. v I ; "f ';'f were present. the also NwK beld weekthl scouts In the. troop,. $10. Mrs. ... mi' Like to fish? Then attend the the finest. i .i foTth Maker aaid Proposals Box Elder Wildlife Federation Wildlife (Federation annual Wildlife Federation meeting FriFor hotter, hur-n- g elect the new officers pf Tickets may toe obtained, from Id Help annual Federation Wildlife electro all Boy Scouts, any member of annual meeting Friday evening. election meeting Friday evening day evening in the Commercial ture, attend the Wildlife I deracardWrahCha8e u! Box Elder Wildlife Federaand election Friday. the are - - in the Commercial clubrooms. . clubrooms. meeting 4er the club, and at the thea- - You are invited to attend. tion meeting Friday evenlr ;y dT evening. tion Friday invited. consideration.: Free Dutch lunch. Youre At thl)aviljfh-:8Ctfor- T1W pre- r Meet tout . ; is ' Officials Named L newly-installe- w Kenneth Nielsen Called On Mission -- First Entries For D5A. SATURDAY BANQUET HIGHLIGHT TO JR. C. OF C WEEK - lners, nt non-mem- -- , In Logan -- J18 ' e. . 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