|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Seauer bounty Manitat JULY 3, 1997 Southern District Paint Ball Wars Hershey Track Meet 1997 Winners jj Ashley Kinross placed 1st in the Softball Throw for Girls old with a throw ofl62'l I " 13-1- 4 years Saturday's paint tournament were Milford Bad Boyz - 1st with 650 points Team members are Brandon Payne. Jeramie McDermott, Shad Holm. Nathan Brienholt and Bill Carrington The Beaver Carters came in 2nd with 582 points Team members are Clay Carter. Chad Carter. Mitch Carter. Daniel Carter, and Dustin Holm Minersville's Hell on Wheels placed a distant 3rd with 130 points Team members are Wil Thompson, McMullin, Riley Bryan Yardley. Wes Craw, and Curtis Craw Agra Electric, sponsor of the Bad Boyz, hosted the tournament and supplied the trophies Anyone interested starting a team is invited to call 8 Brandon at or Jeramie at These be shot can getting guys say lots of fun' PUIS Hillock-Mincrsv- 11-1- 13-1- follows: 13-1- 3rd Place 89.25" 3rd Place 9-- 35.56 Standing Long Jump Natalie Garrett 74.5" olds Boy s 0 year Softball Throw 103'6" Boden Black Girls 2 y ear olds 400 Meter Run 1:12 69 Cari Netto 4x100 Meter Relay 03.72 Lyncttc Barnes. Brooke Holm. MaKendra Davis. Mallory Holm Boys 2 year olds 100 Meter Dash Russell Holm 15.27 4x1 00 Meter Relay 04.58 Kyle Maples. Russell Holm Wundcrlich. Walker Rodney Bryton Softball Throw Russell Holm 1425" 3rd Place 3rd Place 3rd Place 11-1- 1 DO YOU HAVE TIPS FOR PET CARE IN THE HEAT? Answer by: Clell Baglev, Utah State Extension University veterinarian In your quest to keep cool this summer, don't forget to also keep your pets out of the heat. Since Spot or Fluffy can't tell you if they 're too hot. keep these tips in mind Pels do not perspire from the body . so haircoat docs not make them hotter In fact, haircoat can actually act as an insulator and give them protection from the heat Even Northern breeds of dogs, adapted to colder weather, can get by w ithout a hair clipping this time of y ear Just be sure your animal alway s has access to shade and cool w ater. Cats tend to find a cool spot to hide in when the weather heats up. Dogs don't do this as much and subsequently end up having more problems with the heat. The greatest threat to pets this time of year is being locked in a If the temperature is 85 car degrees outside, the temperature inside a car can reach 20 degrees within 30 minutes. Simply cracking the windows does not give sufficient ventilation It is best to leave y our pet at home. If y ou must take it with you, tie it outside the car with access to shade and water. Check it Use a chain it or frequently rope can't get loose from or chew 3rd Place 3rd Place 3rd Place 3rd Place through 3rd Place Dogs get nd of excess body heat by panting Do not do anything to interfere with this Be cautious Daily Prescription Delivery Order by 3:00 P.M. Delivery at 5:00 P.M. 1 Saturday 30 Saturday) Milford Drug 464 S Main St 801-387-21- 04 Open 10:00 A M - I Now in Milford! Fun and Educational Atmosphere Where children develop a love for learning! 6 A.M. to 6 P.M. Monday thru Friday - Your child will have a day full of fun activities, art, music and more Math Self help skill Language School k Science Readiness Writing 10 to all 6 for weeks ages years Programs For more information. ...call 387-585- 0 Open House - July 8th - 6:00 to 9:00 P.M. Everyone Welcome "WE NEED YOUR HELP!!" The Beaver County Sesquicentennial Committee needs your help to make the celebration a success. We are looking for antique farm equipment, tools, cars, wagons, for display at the fair grounds on July 12th. If you have any of the above, or know someone who does, please bring it or encourage them to bring it, and share your piece of history with the rest of the county. If you need more information, please contact: Elmer or Karla Evans or at 438-226- 5, Fireworks Safely Independence Day and Pioneer Day will bring more enjoyment and fewer accidents this year if consumers take safety precautions when handling fireworks. According to the U. S. Consumer Product Safety Commission and the Utah licensed fireworks industry, most injuries associated with fireworks are principally caused by misuse. Safety Tips: Purchase safe and sane fireworks at licensed Knstine Smidgen, stands in Utah which are legal Beaver County Fire Warden, that for use in the state. it is unlawful to conduct a Read and follow instructions. controlled burn between June 1st and October 31st without a Never experiment! 9 Call her at to permit. Light one at a time obtain a permit. The Fire Warden Ignite outdoors away from a for a safe can 438-253- buildings. Allow enough room for proper functioning. Keep a safe distance away. Store in a cool dry place. Never give fireworks to small children. 438-541- 8. Keep a bucket of water or a garden hose handy. help develop plan With a permit properly burn. issued, emergency services are aware that the burn is taking place, eliminating the expense and hassle of dispatching a fire truck if it is not needed. In the event a fire does get away, the Department of Natural Resourses knows who is responsible. Hud r !?5 9 SESQUICENTENNIAL CELEBRATION 1 of strenuous activities Monday (cut off time All Star Preschool & Child Care 387-214- 8. 10 Standing Long Jump Candice Barton Girls y ear olds 200 Meter Dash Natalie Garrett last ball 387-250- Athletes from Washington. Iron, and Beaver Counties at the Milford High School track, on Saturday. June 2Hth. to compete for the right to advance to stale competition in the Hershey Track and Field Program The Southern Utah Regional meet was held in Milford for the third consecutive year Cher 125 athletes vied to earn a berth at state with a dream of competing in Hershey Pennsy lv ania in August. Eight youngsters from Beav er County w ill advance to the state competition to be held July 12. in Ogdcn. at Weber Stale University Each placed first or second in their ev ent. These include: 9-year olds 1st Place 50 Meters illc Heather 1st Place 400 Meters Dotson-Milfor- d Place 100 2nd Meters Meaghan 100 Meters 2nd Place Eric Florence-Milfor- d 2 year olds Softball Throw 1st Place Lvnctte Bames-Milfor- d 2nd Place 200 Meters Michael Florence-Milfor- d 4 olds year 2nd Place 800 Meters Nikki Raddon- - Beav er Willdcn-Milfor- d 2nd Place IViaccy Long Jump Kinross-Milfor1st Place Throw d Softball Ashlev Don and Bonnie Willden. meet coordinators, would like to extend a very special thank y ou to all of those w ho helped to make this meet a huge success. These opportunities would not be possible without the many volunteers who give of their time to help A special thanks also to the many athletes who competed We appreciate each one and vour support of this worthwhile program Additional Beaver County contestants placing but not continuing on to the state competition arc as 4 Girls y ear olds 4x100 Meter Relay Ashley Kinross. Candicc Barton. 59.0 Nicole Mayer, Maccy Willden in PAGE 4 6:00 P.M. like taking your dog on hikes or bikerides Take water and give the dog small amounts often Watch the amount and extent of panting If panting seems excessive and the dog's mouth is wide open, heat stroke may be approaching The signs of heatstroke include excessive panting and salivation, vomiting, anxious or staring expression, rapid pulse and high body temperature Heatstroke can cause permanent brain damage and death Emergency treatment includes immersing the animal in cool w ater or pouring cool water over the body and allowing it to Ice packs can be evaporate applied to the head Take your pet to the veterinarian for medical treatment. which includes intravenous fluids and electroly tes to help bring the svstem back into balance Beaver Stake Sesquicentennial Schedule of Events (Sponsored By Beaver Stake) "Faith In Every Footstep" July 9. Evening of Pioneer stories and music. Beaver High School Auditorium 7:30 P.M "Faith In Every Footstep" July 10 Evening of Pioneer stories and music. Repeat performance Milford High School Auditorium 730 P.M. July 12: 2:00 P.M. - Pioneer Rendezvous 2 P.M. till dark, Beaver County Fair grounds Games and the day. Mule and horse rides, riding club entertainment through-ou- t events, pioneer demonstrations, antique show, mining demonstration and gold panning, gun fights, snow cones, cotton candy. 5-7:- 00 4:30- - Grand Parade - Pioneer barbeque 6:30 - Hoedown-Danc- e July 15: Beaver Stake Youth Dance, July 16: Adult Pioneer Ball, Beaver Stake Center Beaver Stake Center 8-- 1 1 (Pioneer or Sunday Best) Admission free to all events. P.M. 8-- 1 1 P.M.