33iffrt33aifir PAGE 3 MAY , 5 ) - ... 26, 1995 .Mpm.iwawa.EE- -i llSl ..... iv:y r! ,v.' xiij f Teacher of the Year Surprise Award Mr. Richard Limb (right) was awarded the FarrerKnowles Foundation Teacher of the Year Award for excellence in classroom standards at the juniorsenior high school level, by Rondo Farrer (right). The Award, founded in 1994 in honor of Wells Farrer and Amy Knowles Farrer, is presented annually to one elementary teacher and one upper class teacher. EIRoy Stucki, Beaver, received the '94 upper class award, and Carol Wiseman, Milford, earned elementary honors. Belknap teacher, Martha Bradshaw, is the recipient of the 1995 elementary award. Twenty-fiv- e of Limb's twenty-seve- n years as a teacher have been spent in Beaver County. He taught 6th grade at Milford Elementary before moving to his present position as 7th and 8th grade teacher at Minersville School. Limb says all of his students have been special. Aside from academics. Limb includes emphasis on honesty, responsibility, and learning right from wrong. Cullen Carter was honored for his achievements as wrestling coach. In 1981 he started as assistant coach and moved up to head coach the following year. During that time he has worked under seven principals at Milford High School, coached 35 wrestlers to the top four positions in the state finals. In addition to this year's state champion, Lenn Florence, Carter has coached six other state champions, David White, Pete Florence, Ryan Puffer, Robbie Romine, Chris Barnes (2 years) and Jared Barnes. The highlight of his career, to this point, was winning the BeaverParowan Tournament and taking 3rd in the state tournament. Carter doesn't count time by years, but by the boys on the team. "Five or six years ago; it was the year Ryan Puffer was a senior," he said. He has a pretty low-ke-y approach to coaching. ""The kids are the one who succeed. I just try to be there for them," he said. For the future, he added, "I have enjoyed working with Milford youth. They are outstanding young men and women. I'd just like to continue doing what I have been doing." Lenn Florence and The award was presented by wrestling Shad Holm. ( Ifiwrfouty SterifTs Milford Little League Ms Volunteer Umpires The Little League tournament last Saturday started the season with a series of fun and gained enthusiasm for the summer ahead. Lawn & Pest Control & games. No winners, and no losers, everybody just played, had Green Machine Weed Free 30-min- However, there is one ominous cloud hanging Green Lawns Ask Your Neighbors - We Kill Bugs! can t go on without umpires. Anyone willing to volunteer their services, please call Bud or Connie Barnes at "If we don't have an umpire behind the plate at 6:00 o'clock, we will just have to send the kids home," Bud said. 387-235- 2. Wedding Gift List Join In Giving A Gift Certificate To The Bride And Groom Ron Memmott (Same Local Owner for 25 Years) Milford Drug & Gifts 464 S. Main St. (juannlad over the season: the games Phone:387-210- 4 Stria I Pctiim JUsuth For More Information Call Char at LANA'S NAILS 801-387-25- 37 Acrylic i By Appointment For The Report r HM Of Mav A report of burglary in the Indian Peaks cabin a of area of Beaver County is under investigation. A Beaver man was arrested and booked into jail on charges of Aggravated Assault. . A Milford man was arrested and booked into jail on charges of Driving Under the Influence of Alcohol and Fleeing the Scene of the Accident. The Sheriffs Department investigated five traffic accidents during the week, one with personal injury. responses were made to requests for assistance. Of these calls, 21 were to check out suspicion persons or circumstances, 16 to assist other agencies, and one to keep the peace. Fifty-fo- ur Three Manknm animal emergencies were handled. Eighteen traffic stops were made with 1 1 citations 36-220- 7 issued.