|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
1996 AUGU9,ST | Beaver County Monitor Hits aver County Scholaahip: Yageant Chuguat 7, PAGE 2 7996 Julie Nicole Kanzee school children learn to read. Random question: Does she want for herself or a future spouse to run for political office? Her answer: No, because of the time and pressure involved. She performed a piano solo, and modeled a lovely white evening gown. Julie is the daughter of Mike Kanzee and Gib and Denise Yardley. She plans to attend Snow College this fall. Jennifer Leigh Baker ae Julie’s platform was helping elementary _ Jennifer’s Rachel Hardy Rebecca Farnsworth Rachel chose seat belt enforcement and automobile safety for her platform. She asked parents, who love their small children, to be Rebecca’s platform was awareness in today’s society. Random question: What do you like about yourself? Answer: I’m a people person.....It’s easy to relate by just being yourself. Rebecca presented a piano solo, and modeled a white lace evening gown. She was selected by the _ judges as Miss Photogenic and Ist Attendant. _-consistent in the use of car seats. Random question: How should modern women meet the challenges in a changing society? Answer: We should hold our heads up high and be proud of what become. the we are and what we can For her talent number, Rachel sang _ country song, Temptation”. “Lead Me She also — Rebecca, the daughter of Brent and Marcia Farnsworth,/ will continue her Not: Into a black education at Snow College. vee gown. Rachel is the daughter of bens: and Hone Hardy. She plans to attend Evans ‘ ay ate College. Contestant photos page by Mary Lowe. Furnished community and question: What can you do to be a good citizen? Answer: Be a good example. Get involved in the community and vote. For her talent number, Jennifer sang “One Moment in Time”. She modeled a red lace and satin evening gown. In addition to being chosen as Miss Beaver County by the judges, she was selected as Miss Congeniality by her peers. Jennifer is the daughter of Robert and Kathleen Baker. After finishing college, she plans to pursue -Education. this chose parental involvement for the benefit of schools and students as her platform. Random a career in Elementary courtesy Beaver. County. Scholarship Pageant Committee. 2K Jodi Erickson and her brother, Cody eicksén, served as Mistress and Master of Ceremonies for the Wednesday evening pageant. Additionally, Jodi ended her reign as Miss Beaver County by presenting her Miss Utah talent number, “The Woman in Me”. She gave a farewell tribute, with special thanks for support from the County. Jodi especially thanked her parents and Peet director, Gloria McDermott. -Commissioner.Ross.Marshall presente new n Miss Beaver County, 4 J ennifer Leigh Baker, v can be used at any Ss Special crowd pleaser of the evening was Charis Carter, with her rendition of “No One Needs to Know Right Now”. Robyn Evans 4 For her platform, Robyn chose teen ‘pregnancy prevention. She would like to set - up peer groups to provide education. Random Charis is well on the way to developing a unique style of her own.. Liz Lamb added to the enjoyment of the evening with musical numbers in her usual professional style. On the lighter side, there was a performance of “Any Man of Mine” by “Winya Judd” (Nancy Carter), “Fate Hill” (Mary Jo Holm) and “Denia Twain” (DeAnn Holm). Talent was definitely enhanced by humor. After the laughter subsided, the “stars” expressed their thanks to Bonnie Hardy for her help with ‘question: How have you benefitted from this makeup. “She made us into the women we are today.” ‘pageant? Answer: I want to become a well ‘rounded person. This experience has helped ‘me to focus on public speaking. Robyn ‘Pageant Directors Gloria McDermott (Milford), J oe Marshall (Minersville), and Dawn Black (Beaver) are to be commended for providing a splendid evening of entertainment. Committee members were Liz Lamb, Dinah Stubbs, and Jammie Hardy. Mary Lowe did contestant photography. Programs were furnished by Confetti Corner. Cody Erickson’s tux provided by Lee’s. ‘presented a dance number for her talent. She ‘modeled a green sequin evening gown. She ‘was chosen as 2nd Attendant. Robyn is the daughter of Elmer and She will be attending Dixie — ‘Carla Evans. ‘College this fall to prepare for a career in the ‘medical field. For Beaver News Contact Deanne Harnis at 438-3040 . Ask for subscription coupon special. Beaver County Monitor does not charge for wedding or birth announcements, i } : i _ | : | o _ missionary or military news and photos. Fishing Report Minersville Reservoir: Fishing has been good the past two weeks. | Some good success has been reported trolling, casting and flyfishing with leech/bugger patterns. Rapalas have worked well for larger fish. Best success fishing deep and slow. Some big fish (up to 25 inches) reported recently. Try early morninig to avoid} the wind. The reservoir is now dropping and algae increasing butis still very fishable. Try near the dam or the boat ramp in deeper water. Remember special regulations: artificial flies and lures only, and limit of one fish, which must be at least 20 inches long. Beaver Mountain Lakes: Fishing is fair at middle Kent’s. Upae Kent’s is now open to fishing. Fisting there has slowed the past week. Fishing is good at Anderson Meadow and Labaron. Most lakes were stocked recently. Beaver River: Access is god. The river in Beaver Canyon is goodfishing for rainbow and brown trout up to 12 inches. Good hatches of caddis flies occur each evening. Catchable rainbows have been stocked in the canyon section as well as below Minersville Reservoir. Water is now being released from Minersville Reservoir, so flow are up in that stretch, but ir isstill fishable. 5th Annual | Sakae - August 10th - 7:30 P.M. - Beaver County Fair Grounds Minersville, Utah Entertainment Till Start: Up - Contests & Prizes All Evening Plenty of Seating to View the Action $4.00 Adults- $2.00 Children 12 & Under - 5 & Under Free. Every 100th Person Will Be Admitted Free! DONT Miss = THRILLS! gi - Carter / Reynolds It is with Joy and excitement that Katy Jean Carter and Clint N. Reynolds have chosen August 16th as the day they will join their hands and their hearts in marriage. The family plans a reception in their honor that evening at the Minersville LDS Church. Katy is the daughter of Allen and Jean Carter of Minersville. Clint is the son of Dave and LaDona Reynolds of Beaver. The couple will be attending S.U.U. together this fail. # : | q Elder Nate Robinson Elder Nate Robinson will return August 9, 1996, from the Paraguay Asuncion Mission. He will report his mission Sunday, August 11th, at 9:00 a.m. in the Beaver LDS 6th Ward, at the Beaver Stake Center, East Canyon Road. He is the son of Noal & Linda Robinson of Beaver.