Saturday, December 1, 1973

Miscellaneous tidbits

Thirteen-year-old Kristine, an eighth grader at Ogden's Central Junior High, has kept a 3.9 GPA for two years in a row now. She reports that gym is her favorite subject and that U.S. history is her least favorite.

Last April when Ike turned eight, he joined the Cub Scouts. Only a week later he entered the Pinewood Derby and captured first place, beating out everyone in both the eight- and nine-year-old categories. He continues to progress in Scouting and will receive his Wolf badge in the next pack meeting.

Ray and Sheryl are enjoying their new home in Heyburn just out of Burley. More specifically, Ray reports he is busy searching films and researching Cleverly genealogy and has found at least two new names on the pedigree. He promises a more complete report in the March newsletter.

Kay is now serving as Seventies group leader in the Bountiful 36th Ward.

Larrel Palmer, son of Ken and Berniece in Tooele, is a freshman this year at BYU. By coincidence, he is a member of the BYU 11th Branch, the same branch in which Dean serves as second counselor in the branch presidency. Larrel is doing an excellent job as sacrament coordinator.

Last summer Ike placed third in a tennis class he was enrolled in.

Jerry no longer works as a milkman, by doctor's orders, and is now attending Boise State College as a full-time student.

Claudia and I will be traveling to sunny (smoggy?) southern California to spend Christmas with her parents, the Langes, in San Gabriel. If yoy watch the Rose Bowl parade on New Year's Day, look for us in the crowds. We'll probably be there.

The Cleverly Newsletter, Dec 1973 [Vol 1 no 2]

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