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:fc. Home of The Mormon Miracle Pageant 1997 Dates: June 50 VOLUME 111 NUMBER 43 i 1997 Photographer David Peterson receives prestigious award David A. Peterson, Manti-base- d portrait and wedding photographer, claimed first place honors at the annual Intermountain V- -- Vr ' Manti LDS Temple 24-2- 8 MANTI, UTAH 84642, THURSDAY. MAY 8, Cents Miss Manti Royalty for 1997 19-2- 1, (Ult Professional Photographers Association Convention held in Park LV City recently. Mr. Petersons print titled Bronze and Marble was chosen as the finest print in the commercial division of the print competition. The photograph is an architectural interior view of a luxury home in Deer Valley, Utah, and 'V was used commercially as a magazine advertisement. All other prints submitted by Mr. Peterson received superior .V ratings by the professional panel of judges, including a stunning Miss Manti 1997 Royalty: Miss Manti, Janey Ann Petersen (center); 1st attendant, Karen bridal portrait of Nikki Hess, Ericksen (left); and 2nd attendant, Alexis Mickelson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ivo Peterson of Manti. 'The annual competition tests the skills of the finest photographers in Utah, and contains 33.7 inches of water, Idaho, Wyoming and Colorado, time average. By Bruce Jennings I feel very honored to have 133 percent of normal. A high potential for heavy Ephraim Canyon. The Headmy work recognized by my But near the bottom of the spring flooding is contained in the quarters course about 10 miles and competitors, com- colleagues snow pack on Manti Mountain. above Ephraim has 39 inches of canyon, at the Beaver Dams, there That conclusion is evident in snow containing 17.1 inches of are only .4 inches of water left in the data obtained by the Soil Con- water, the thin drifts. And thats a critipercent and the Meadservation Service following the ows course, near the summit, 80 cal figure, according to Larry completion of a snow survey Jast.. inches of snow, containing 33.7 Young, manager of the Sanpete week that gathered the information inches of water, 129 percent. County SCS office. at several sites in critical waterMost of the Seely Creek walie says it was the snow that sheds. ter drains into the east side of the was major source of the water in Last weeks survey was the Skyline Drive, but some is con- the 1983 flooding that devastated last of three monthly trips by heliveyed by a series of canals into the Twelve Mile, although the high the courses. to copter Ephraim Canyon. At the Seely mountain figures are comparable Here is the data for several Creek Ranger Station, the snow to 1983s. contains 2 1.1 inches of water, 139 Sanpete County watersheds: Of course, a few hot days, Mr. Fairview Canyon. There are percent. Young said, could bring the water 27.1 inches in the snow drifts at Twelve Mile Canyon. The to a flood level. But all in all. Id the Mammoth Ranger Station. snow at the Mt. Baldy course just say, we are in good shape. Thats 143 percent of the long under the summit is 78 inches deep 11 Water content remains high Dave peterson (rjght) accepts 1st prize award from IPPA Presjdent Leon Larsen. mented Mr. Peterson. For a pro-fessional photographer, the fin- ished print is always the ultimate measure of skill and craftsman- ship. David and Karma Peterson own and operate Peterson Studios in Manti, Utah, a full serv ices d trait and wedding studio serving Central Utah. por-ha- 1 1 1 1 Manti City Youth Council is active on service projects The Manti City Youth Council recently spent over 60 hours cleaning Manti Citys Main Street. The youth council members received new from Manti city for their service. Other projects recently performed by the Council include for votregistering ing, Manti City Christmas Parade refreshments, Manti City Library' computer, filing project (where books were catalogued into computer records), creek cleaning and work with disabled children. Manti City has planned over 25 additional projects for the Youth Council. Manti City Youth Council members project on Manti's Main Street s recently did a clean-u- p Franz, Councilmembers, Jeffrey Lindsay, Jennilyn Keisel, Keri Hersman, Amy Hintze and Jenicl Cluff. tom Q Q Sanpete County Cowboy Sweetheart Royalty selected last Saturday At a contest held May 3 at the Sanpete County Fairgrounds, the Sanpete County Cowboy Sweet- heart Royalty and the Sanpete County Jr. Princess Royalty' were selected. Alana Kogianes, a daughter of Elections for new officers will Mike and Ann Kogianes, Ftn. be held at Manti High School on Green, and Tim and Roni Jo Larsen, was selected from a field May 20. Present officers are: Mayor, of seven young ladies to reign as Jannetta Cluff, Recorder, Kylie the 1997 Cowboy Sweetheart. , S "Bronze and Marble" is the title of this photo which won 1st prize honors for Peterson Studios in Manti. Chosen as her attendants were Ruth Mellor, a daughter of Ferron and VaLear Jackman, Chester, first attendant, and Jill Dyches a daughter of LaMar and Vickie Nelson and Wayne Stewart, Dyches, Spring City as second Fairview with second attendants Caitlin Pritchard, Ephraim and Melissa Brewer, Spring City. Caitlin is a daughter of Lon and Becky Pritchard and Melissa is a at- tendant. Jill Dyches was oted as Miss Congeniality by her peers. Others competing in this contest were Mickey Olsen, Manti, Stevie Stewart, Fairview and Kimmie Swensen, Moroni. Miss Kesty Szakacs took the title of Sanpete County' Jr. Princess at this dual competition. She is the daughter of Kathy and Bert Roberts and Frank Szakacs, all of Ephraim. Her first attendant is Ashlee Stew art, daughter of Kathy daughter of Jude and Jonnie Brewer. Melissa Brewer was voted Miss Congeniality. The contest was under the direction of Sam DeLeeuw and Lori Bown and is sponsored by Coca-Col- a and the Sanpete County Fairboard.