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Ogden Standard-Examiner (Newspaper) - May 23, 1957, Ogden, Utah COMMUNITY 283 Davis Graduates Get Diplomas Tomorrow KAYSVILLE Graduation ceremonies for 283 seniors at Davis County High School will be held Friday starting at 8 p.m. in the high school auditorium. Theme of the exercises will be "Lead Kindly Light." A choral pageant will be staged by 38 honor students in the graduating class. The list of graduates includes: Annly Adams, Dale Adams, Sharlet Adams, Beth Allen, Marvin Dee All- good, Wendell O'Dae Bair, LaRita Anne Barkdxill, Linda Barker, Cheryl Bar- low, John Arthur Barnes, Steven Emil Barton, Patsy Kaye Beazer, Jeannine Bennett, Norman John Bennett, Bar- bara Bereece, Sheryl Berg. Estelle Ma- rie Birkenfeld. Howard Vernon Bivins. Leon Holt Blake. Lynn Holt Blake, Grant Egbert Bodily, Vaughn Bodily, Val Barton Bodily, Rex David Bouch- ard. Karen Bradley, LeGrande J. Brad- ley, Dan Brinkerhoff, Phyllis Kay Brooks, Evelyn Brough, Kenneth H. Browning. Sonja Gayle Martin Bruin, Verlane Bulkley, Virginia Lee Burns, Wilma Dee Burns, Barbara Faye Bur- raston, Marilyn Bushnell, Sam Bylsma. Vernetta Call, Marilyn Lenor Man- sell Campbell, Robert Lawrence Ches- ley, James Ray Chidester Jr., David Keller Christensen. Max R. Christen- sen, Ronald Christensen, Gary Grant Clark, Robert Thomas Clay, Daleen Clegg, Karma Clifford, Harvey James Clontz, Kenneth Lee Cloward, Reta Renne Cole, John Charles Coieman, Ronald Earl Coieman, Sheila Caren coletti, Janet Cook. Patsy Cook. Janet Corbridge, Kenneth Tonks Cot- trell, John Porter Crawley, Richard Dale Craythorne. Keith Ramon Crid- dle. Grant Smith Cunning. Karlene Dawson. Veda Faye Dickerson, Dennis Briggs Draayer, Jon Kent Drayer, Ira I Jim Egbert Jr., Hiroshl Endo, Inez Masayo Endo, Mary Gladys Espinoza, Lyndon Ray Evans, Jane Fife, Ted Hall Fifield, Clarence Jay Flinders, Gale Dell Flinder, Homer Burton Foster. Barbara Jane Frank, Adele Gailey, Val Howard Gale, Gary C. Gardner, David Paul Garrett, James Alexander Gerwick, Eugene Bert Giles, Patricia Ann Goodman, Gloria Golightly, Ida Mary Gonzales, Klea Ann Gray, Anna Lee Green, Sharon Hadfield, Earl Wayne Hall, Marvin LeRoy Holliday, Carl Richard Hamblin, Raymond Jay Hamblin, Bonnie Ludeene Hansen, Gary Dee Hansen, Connie Harris, Frank Bradley Harvey, Katherine Har- vey, Darlene Heaps, Robert Albert Hender, Roberta Lee Hender, Wanda Lou Hennessey, Frances Herrera, Wayne Clark Hickenlooper, Grant Bur- ton Higgs, Earl Ronald Higgs. Mar- lene Ann Hill, Mary Karlynn Hinman, Frances Taeko Miya Hirai. Jerry Allen Hodson, Joanne May Hoi- brook, Fredrick Frank Holcomb, Nency Lee Hollist, Patty Lorene Hope, David Christian Home, Richard Mel- ville Howell, Elaine Hughes, Marlene Helen Hunt, William Rosel Hyde, Jerry T. Jackson, Dennis Lynn Jacobs, Kay Flint Jacobson, Arleen N. Jaques, Jean Peril Jaques, Michael C. Jarman, lowana Jensen, Roy ace Edwin John- son, Bette Jean Bishop Jones, Ducloux Child Jones, Madeline Jones, Arnold Leland Judd. Lillian Yuriko Kano, Dale Glenn Kelly, Jeanette King, Norris Allen Kipp, Gaylene Millie Knight, David Richard Knighton, Alice Ayako Kuroi- way, Andrew Eric Latvala, Dean Smith Layton, Glen Milton Leonard, Sue Lindsay, Ellen Irene Little, JaNell Littlefield, Loretta Dorothy Lopez, James David Love, Joyce Loveland. Nancy Sharon Madsen, Geraldine Lee Manick, Bruce William Marcus, Norman Richard Marston, Gaylord Leth Maughan, Richard J. McMillan, 1 Robert LaMonte McQuarrie, Laura May Meacham, Dee Hodson Meibos, HI Dawn Renee Melaney, Joel LeGrand Mfflard, Steven R. Miller, Charles P. Mitchell. Barnard W. Mitchell, Roy Miya; Shoji Miyagishima, Tomo Miya, Neldon R. Monroe, Jana Dee Monson, Bernice Lake Montgomery, Floyd David Morgan, Harold Brent Moon, Phillip Robert Moon, Reta Morgan, Ruby Morgan, Eva Blaine Morgart, Judith Ann Morley, Warren Herman Murdock. Robert Anthon Nance, Gayla Marie Nielsen, Ted Nishimoto, Donna Marie Notarte, Masa Kay Nuki, Verda Idona Olsen, Lynn Egbert Page, Carol Par- ker, Gary Grant Parker, Sharon May Parker, Bruce Grant Parry, Herbert Ronald Pauling, Ada Carol Pearson, Robert Earl Peek, Bonnie Jo Anna Perkins, Barbara Louise Phillips, Hal G. Porter, John David Potter, Cecil Ray Powell, Marcia Lynne Pratt, Than- na Joan Pulley. Sharon Argeno Randall, Carol Jean aim h the bW ribbon of expert or the dinner-time smites of the yov con depend Clobber Girl's i dttwve boionced double ocfton for tMnrformly MARCHING ALONG TOGETHER Strutting before Morgan High School's 100-piece marching band next year will be these newly elected majorettes. Patsy Carter (center rear) will be drum major. Majorettes include Carol Mae Butters (left RaNae Rock; (left to right, front) Karen Waldron, Jeneal Bohman, and Bonnie Nelson. Rawlings, Jack Blood Reed, Joan Reed, Patricia Reeder, Sianrord John Reid, James Steven Richeson, Clyde William Rigby. Gale W. Roach, Kaye Robins, Frank R. Romero Jr., Leonard Asa Rumsey Jr., Alfred Ernest Sanchez, Fred G. Sandquist Jr., Judith Jeanne Sartor, Mary Schick, Stephen Walter Schoenfeld. Erma Jean Schofield, Walter L. Scho- field, Richard Thomas Scott, Larry Jay Seamons, Larry H. Sheffield, Joan Clydean Sill, Richard Simpson, Walter Richard Slaughter, Jesse Ross Smith, Stanton Allen Smith, JoAnn South- worth, Phyllis Joan Sperry, Ilene Stark Shaw, Donna Steed, Sharon Ruth Steed, Jewell Marie Stein, Berdine Steiner, Clyde Wilson Stevens, Janet Stevens, George Michael Stevenson, Ruth Alene Stewart, Sandra Stokes, Robert Glen Stone, Colleen Nielsen Stonebraker, Patricia Leigh Stringham, Melvin Ashton Stuart, Val James Stu- art, Judith Swaner. James Anthony Tappero, Janet Lee Taylor, Carole Sue Thomas, Gary D. Thompson, Nedra Thorderson, Lynn D. Thorne, Connie Rae Thornley, Dennis Russell Thurgood, Marjorie Thurgood, Robert Lynn Thurston, Caryol E. Timms, Kathryn Tree, Carol Naomi Trujillo, Sophie Trujillo. Helena Margarentha Vandertollen, Elvin Vernon Vickers, Priscilla Visar- ragna, Sharlene A. Waite, Richard James Wales, Blaine Lavern Walker, John Burnett Walker, Loretta Irene Walker, Renny Venus Wallis, Frank Dick Walters, Gregory H. Ward, Donna Shyrol Warnock, Richard Brent War- nock, Sherry Jean Watson, Michael Stephen Webb, Dennis Keith West, Boyd Charles Whitesides, Pamela Whitesides, Susan Whitesides, Cordell Morgan Lions Pick New Officer Slate Nielsen was recently elected president of the Morgan Lions Club for the next year. He replaces; Kenneth Sommers. Other officers elected were: Kenneth Tucker, first vice presi- dent; Russell Porter, second vice president; Grant Francis, third vice president; Hal Peterson, lion tamer; Richard Randall, tail twister; and Harold Little and Pratt Wright, second-year direc- tors. Walter Baer was retained as club secretary-treasurer. Installations will take place next month. Attend State Banquet LAYTON Secretaries of schools in the Davis County School District who attended a luncheon at the Ft. Douglas Golf Clubhouse in Salt Lake City held recently by the Utah School Sec- retaries' organization included Mrs. Bonnie Robinson, Cleariield; Mrs. Jean Burson, Sunset; Mrs. Delores Day and Mrs. Ida Thorn- ley, Layton; Mrs. Glenna Bliss, Bountiful, and Mrs. Myrtle Crid- dle and Mrs. Afton Hess of Farm- ington. Will Furnish Program Lions Club will furnish a program for the "Key Members" breakfast at the state convention at Vernal next month. Ken Sommers, club president is in charge, assisted by club members. Clark Wilcox, Wesley Harold Wilcox, Edna Marie Wilson, Mary Anne Wood. Yayoi Yamane, Russell Yamamoto, Lynn Walker Yaunt, Alonzo Nebeker. GENERAL EDUCATION DEVELOP- MENT (GED) diplomas will be award- ed to Albert Vardell Anderson, Wal- lace K. Dowdle, Delos Ira Elmer, Ichira Endo, Frank Lynn Flesher, Lynn Ham- blin, Larry B. Holbrook, James J. Knecht. Raymond G. Leseberg, Henry C. Listor, Jesse J. Mason, George Mcll- rath, Donald D. Nye, Donald C. Padg- ett, Galen Rioketts, Marvin C. Walker. Morgan Votes Raises For Clerk and Sheriff MORGAN The Morgan Coun- ty clerk and recorder and the county sheriff were granted a 10 per cent raise in salary at a re- cent meeting of the Morgan Coun- ty Commissioners. The raise means about more for the clerk-recorder and more for the sheriff. A ruling was made that begin- ning Saturday, all county offices will be- closed all day. Exception to the rule will be the last two Saturdays the coun- ty will issue license plates in the year and the last three Saturdays in November, when some offices will remain open for tax collec- tions. It was also decided that the pre-sch'ool examinations for the children who will enter the first grade this year will be sponsored by the county. Children will receive their ex- aminations at the kindergarten now in session at the Morgan Ele- mentary School next week. Date for the annual county recreation meeting was set for Monday at 8 p.m. for all mem- bers of the city council, mayor, board of education, county com- mission, and members of the county recreation committee. At the meeting one new committee member will be chosen. Raymond Larsen, who has held the position f o r the past five years, will be up for reelection. One new member is elected each year to the committee to serve a five-year term. The group will plan the year's work in the recreation depart- ment. TURKEY LEGS J HENS YOUNG RED J J ROAST. HENS St 29c TURKEY NECKS AND BACKS Ib. lOc J it SO. WASH. POULTRY J 3253 Wash. Blvd. Dial 6502 J THE OGDEN STANDARD-EXAMINER 7B OGDEN, UTAH, THURSDAY EVENING, MAY 23, 1957 2823 Wash. 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