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II turn r n wvam Vol. 6 No. 19 UPEA C Employ ! Blanche Miller, accountant In the Bnsiness Office, has been selected as one of the Employees of the Year. She has worked for UTCP for 13 12 years. Photo by Richard Braun. Student Center Party Planned The Wilson W. Sorensen Center is having a birthday party! , . It will be held on March 14, which is the first year anniver sary of the dedication of the Student Center. Birthday cake and punch will be served all day, free of charge. There will be a special program at noon to give recog nition to those people who were involved in the development and building of the student center. Blake Buhler, studentbody president, will be Master of Ceremonies for the event. Some awards will be given. A light lunch will be served to special guests afterwards. Some of the people expected to be in attendance at the function include Frank Ferguson, architect for UTCP; Ben Hutchin son, master planner; and Lavar Rockwood, Dean of Administra tion Services. Mr. Rockwood was over the campus develop ment planning. He will be the, speaker at the special program. Presidesnt Sorensen will also be given special recognition at the program. The Student Center was named after him. There will be a dance from 7:30 p.m. to 11 p.m. featuring the band ""Peace and Quiet." The dance is free of charge and is open to both the studentbody and faculty. "We feel that it will be a good bank for the older folks," ex plained Tom Hover, director of the Student Center. The birthday cake will be lit at the- party and a special song written for UTCP will be presented. "We hope to get a lot of people out to this activity." said Mr. Hover. in ' J 1 i - (J .' V r f Arch Alexander, warehouse supervisor, has been voted the male Employee of the Year for 1977-78. He enjoys archery, fishing, and many other sports. Photo by Richard Braun. i jf5 '" The Student Center is having a birthday party on March 14. They're hoping all the students and faculty will turn out for the occassion. Photo bv Richard Braun. UTAH TECHNICAL COLLEGE f the' The male and female employees of the year have been selected for 1977-78. They are Blanche Miller, accountant in the Business Office, and Arch Alexander, Warehouse Super, visor. Mrs. Miller has worked for UTCP for 13 12 years, since 1964. She attended Idaho State University and BYU and majored in Accounting. She took enrichment classes at colleges in Illinois and Iowa. When her husband died she moved to Provo. She lived here for seven years, raising her three children, before starting to work at UTCP. Her hobbies include her family, her church work, embroidery, and reading. "I'm trying to learn to quilt now," she said. .A ! Till Hi : I 3 AT PROVO Yeair When asked how she felt about her recognition, she replied, "I just feel that there are so many people who are more worthy than me, and it should have gone to someone else," she said. The other recipient of the award is Arch Alexander. He has worked for UTCP for nine years. Prior to coming here, Mr. Alexander worked at Hercules Power Company and for a seatcover company. His hobbies include archery, fishing, etc. "I like to do all things that guys like to do," he said. "I'm a little embarrasseds about this recognition. I think it's really a nice thing when they recognize employees. It's a little embarrassing when it happens to you. I'm the kind who likes to stay in the background," said Mr. Alexander about his recognition. The faculty will also announce their UPEA employees of the year. DECA There was a conference held recently at the Homestead in Heber involving the UTCP Deca club along with other Deca chapters. Along with other activities including a fashion show co-sponsored by the Fashion Merchandising department at the UTC and Deca, and a disco dance, an Awards Banquet was held on Saturday evening. According to Lindon Parks, Deca Advisor, UTCP placed highly in the banquet. They placed in 22 out of 44 awards, receiving ten first prizes, eight second prizes, and four third prizes. In Apparel and Accessories, Master Employee, Suzanne Martin placed third. In Apparel and Accessories, Manager Owner, Loni Aardenna placed third. In General Merchandising, Master Employee, Josie Stewart placed second. In General Merchandising, . Manager Owner, Carl Gallegos placed second. In Food Marketing, Master Employee, Monta Crook placed third. In Food Marketing, Manager Owner, Joe Oakey placed first. In Real Estate, Master Employee, Tami Morgan placed second. In Real Estate, Manager Owner, Mark Larsen placed fust. In Food Service, Master Employee, Gary Madsen placed first. Carl Morrey placed second. Students Encouraged to Attend Governance Forum A special forum on "Governance and Other Things" will be held march 9 from 11 a.m. to 12 noon, in Rooms A and B46 in the Business Building. Some of the speakers include Dr. Walter Talbot, State Superintendent of Schools, Dr. T. H. Bell, Chairman of the Board of Regents, Dee Martin, Edu CB'ers Help Needed The UTC Security has INSTANT COMMUNICATION ! You can make it work even better with your CB radio. All it takes to become a part of the action is to call in any accidents, or report anything you might know would mean trouble. Channel 9 is the emergency station. The UTC police want you to Wins Awards In Petroleum, Master Employee, Randy Dearth placed first. Hal Linton placed second. In Advertising Composition, Becki Simons and Dixie Jor-genson placed first. Pat Alsom and Reggie Beatty placed second. In Fashion Merchandising Linda Rameson placed first. Dave Stark placed second in Management Decision Making-Merchandising.Craig Nilson placed third in Sales Representative. In Apparel and Accessories-Written, Thoma Kalt placed first. Becki Simons placed first in Chapter Activities Manual. Brent Lundell placed first in Chapter Marketing Improve Schedule of Events March 6-Family Night Movie, "The Incredible Mr. Limpet," 7 p.m., Orem Student Center March 12-Institute Fireside, 8 p.m. March 14-Student Union Birthday Party March 16-Winter Quarter Ends March 29-Student Faculty Game Fund-raiser for Intramurals March 29-Intramurals All-star Game March 6. 1978 cational Vice-president, Lavar Rockwood, Dean of Administrative Services, Tom Hover, director of the student center, Mary Bether, Activities adviser. Dr. Wayne Kearney, Dean of Students, and all the UTCP studentbody officers. There will be a question and answer period. know they are there for more reasons than to give tickets. "We are there for use in protecting and helping in any way we can," said Eric Frome, UTC Police Chief. "The CB is one thing that could really become a big help for us. So students that have them, don't be afraid to use them," he added. ment Manual. Phil Meeks placed first and Tammy Petro-fesa placed second in Training Manual. Mr. Parks indicated that some of the schools involved in the competition included Utah State, Weber, UTCSL Snow College, Dixie College, and CEU. UTCP placed highest in the competition coming off with the most awards. Show Slated The modeling class at UTCP Orem will be holding a spring and summer fashion show. "Once upon a Time" is scheduled for March 7, 1978 at 10 a.m. in the Orem Student center.
|Description||Tradewinds was the name of the student newspaper for Utah Technical College at Provo, between 1971-12-14 and 1984-11-15.|
|Publisher||Utah Valley University|
|Subject headings||Utah Technical College at Provo--History; Utah Technical College at Provo/Orem--History; College student newspapers and periodicals;|
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