THE OGDEN VALLEY NEWS Page 10 Volume II, Issue X 15 May 2000 Announcements Missionaries Elder Parker J. Spendlove, son of Merrill D. and S. Annette Spendlove of Huntsville, has been called to serve in the Russia Rostov na Donu Mission. His farewell address was held at the Huntsville 1st Ward on April 30. Returning Missionaries Elder Eldon Lee Hooper, son of Steven B. and Ilene Hopper of Liberty has returned from serving in the London South Mission. His homecoming address was held on April 30 at the Liberty 2nd Ward. Births Cecil and Annette Satterthwaite of Eden, are the parents of a new baby girl, Cali Marie, born on April 8. She weighed 8 lbs. 1 oz. Eagle Scouts Michael Thomas Bostwick, 17, Troop 249, son of Tom and Debbie Bostwick of Liberty has earned his Eagle Scout Award. He is a senior at Weber High school. Anniversaries Timmerman William “Bill” and Adell Timmerman of Huntsville will celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary at an open house, hosted by their children, on Saturday April 29, at the Huntsville LDS Church. Wed April 28, 1950, in Ogden, their vows were later solemnized in the Logan LDS Temple. Born October 11, 1930, in Ogden, to Fred H. and Anne Timmerman, he retired from Mountain Fuel in 1991. He spent his early life helping his parents in the family owned grocery store, Timmerman’s Market in Ogden. He has been active for over 40 years in the Weber County Search and Rescue. Born March 13, 1931 in Ogden, to L. Claude and Vera Wheeler, she worked at Thomas Dee Memorial Hospital, Hill Air Force Base, and the Internal Revenue Service, retiring in 1995 from Mountain Fuel. Both attended Ogden City schools, graduating from Ogden High School in 1949. Their interests include traveling and spending their winters in Yuma, Arizona. Their children and their spouses are Jolyn and Clifford McMullin, Ogden; Jan and K. Gary Hyde, Ogden; Brent Timmerman, Ogden; and Sandra and Grant Pierce, Dugway. They have 10 grandchildren, three step-grandchildren; one step-great-granddaughter; and one deceased step-great-grandson. Summer Program Fun! Camp Adventure Trusted Name In Preschool and Childcare Serving Ogden Valley Families Since 1996 Panthers: 5 - 12years old Tigers: 4 year olds Bears: 2 and 3 year olds Various packages to choose from: 1/2 days, full days, daily, weekly and monthly rates available. Awesome activities including weekly themes, terrific workshops, field trips, waterplay, arts and crafts, science projects, cooking experiences and much more!! FUN! FUN! FUN! Registration begins May 1st. Limited Space Available. Call Today 745-5600 “X” Marks the Spot What are all those large white “X”s painted on the roadways throughout the County? The large newly painted markings were created to serve as benchmarks for aerial photographers who will be taking updated photos of the region. Photos are taken about every ten years and used by private businesses and county, city, and federal officials, in part, to establish photo documentation for future use and research. The information is also useful for surveyors and others interested in obtaining data such as soil patterns that can be observed from the aerial photos. Perhaps an investor is interested in purchasing a vacant lot within Ogden City. He or she may come to the city office and ask to see old aerial photos on file in an effort to discern what the previous uses of the property were. If the investor sees that a gas station once was located on the property, they may be alerted to additional costs that may accompany development of the property, i.e. the cost of removing and disposing the old underground gas tanks. The photos will eventually be scanned into an electronic format for easier use and manipulation. Aerial survey marking Judge Lyons Sets Date for Additional Hearing on Wolf Creek Land Sale by Shanna Francis Ogden Valley News Staff Several weeks after the hearing was tabled, Second District Court Judge Michael Lyons is now ready to proceed with the Wolf Creek Park and Trail case after Plaintiffs produced evidence requested by the judge showing why the suit should not be dismissed. On Thursday, May 18, Judge Lyons will continue with the proceedings. Defendants had previously filed a legal petition asking the judge to dismiss the case citing the suit was not filed within the 30-day window of opportunity under the state statute of limitations. Defendants are hoping that Judge Lyons will hold on May 18, that there is adequate evidence to proceed with the lawsuit against the County and Rulon Jones. On May 3, Utah State Lieutenant Governor Olene S. Walker came to Eden to meet with Petitioners Kent Fuller, Robert Fuller, and Ben Toone to discuss the lawsuit. Lieutenant Governor suggested that a Legislative Audit of Weber County would be appropriate. She also stated that there was no reason that the County couldn’t null the Quit Claim Deed in the publics’ best interest. Petitioners also discussed their concerns with the Lieutenant Governor regarding the irony of tax payers having to fight a public wrong while public officials are using public tax dollars to fight the public whom they represent. Petitioners are asking the community for their continued support in attending the court hearings. The Eden General Store The Place To Make Mom Smile Dinner, Lunch or Breakfast Vera Bradley Bags Kitchen Linens Bath & Body Lotions Prices for even the little shoppers $1.50 & up Open Mon. - Thurs. 8 - 8 p.m. Fri. - Sat. 8 - 9 p.m.