|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|
Cemier Countg jflomtar PAGE 3 Obituary tfhat's Happening Ruth HhikiK'r Bradshaw TtaflMs From Your Public Irahfc Xurxe With ESA? LSA members have been busy as usual This last month. December, was a hectic time for all of us F ach weekend at the Community Drawing we sold coffee, hot chocolate, sweet rolls, chili, and more On the last weekend we had a drawing for our girl and boy gifts The proceeds of this drawing, as well as other fundraisers, go towards our philanthropic projects as they arise This year we helped with Christmas for M children and 19 Beaver: Rutli Blackncr Bradshaw. 76 passed away January 14. IW7 al the Beaver Valley Hospital She was born December 2. 120 in Milford. Utah to Glenn Miller & Annie Lcola Kcsler Blackncr. She married Ra Bradshaw on October 4. 1939 in Grccmillc. Utah and their marriage w as later solcmicd in the St. George LDS Temple on December I. 1949. She was an active member or the LDS Church where she served in the Stake Primary Presidency , the Ward Relief Society and Primary Presidencies. She was very musically inclined, playing the. piano and singing in her ward. She worked in the Si. George Temple Tor five years. She was a loving, kind. & devoted wife. Mother & Grandmother. She is survived by her husband. Ray of Beaver, children. Sherman & Sharon of Beaver. Janycc & Sherman Myers of Milford. Joyce & Mcmll Moody of Murray. Donald Glenn & Sandra of Gooding Idaho. Clifford Lafcy & Sy lvia Ann of Kimbcrly. Idaho and Hyrum Paul & Sylwa of Fort Smith, Arkansas. 29 Grand. 32 Great Grandchildren. Brother. Kay Eugene & Betty Blackncr of Salt Lake City She was preceded in death by a Granddaughter. Megan & a Grandson Jcfforv Myers and one Brother Mel v in Blackncr Funeral sen tecs were held on Friday . January 17, 997 in the Beaver LDS 5th Ward Chapel. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery under the direction of the Olpm Mortuary JANUARY 23, 1997 families. For our Christmas social we rewarded ourselves a little with a delicious Prime Rib dinner Toni Rollins generously provided her home for the party, and with the help of het social committee, prepared the meal After dinner we opened our gifts from our secret sisters and discovered their identity At the end of the evening, we drew names for a secret sister for the upcoming new year. Our cookbook sales are doing great' It is a very nice edition including the old favorites from the previous book and new recipes submitted from members and friends Our cookbook committee has spent many long hours of their time to the printing and binding of this book Their dedication is admirable Thank you Toni, Deb, and Kathy If you arc interested in purchasing a book, contact am FS membet M E PERSONS TEA TO BE HELD The Mtllbrd Business and Prol'cssonidl Woman's club will hold its annual Nice Person's Tea' on February 3. H'ou hae a r'7 " Thank special person or persons you would like to honor or iusl sa 387-2(?5 Cox 8 or Veda You" to. please contact Wilna Swain at ai bv to enter vour nomination Nominations rse to be received Januan 31. 1997 The BPW club is also selling Valentine gift baskets. They arc av ailable at Veda's bcautv shop 3K7-555- had a mid pi'H this !.vt week and I law heard on the new several times thjt theie a concern abou! u:ld related injuries I thought that I would address this issue this week m the hopes that we could prevent am serious iniur in our count Frostbite occur m three degrees I'rcKtnip. a superficial IroMbitc. and deep frostbite FROM MR Frostnip is charactcricd b redness of the skm that turns to white The skin is soft and v mi w ill experience burning and tingling lo treat vou should get out of the cold and warm the skm graduallv w ith Uc have rva IOd-10- .VI Pes Hold wj. V v degree water PERFHI.U FROSTBITE The skin will appear white and wa 2 ' The area will be numb and the skin will be firm but the tissue underneath b soft There may be secondary blistering To treat, get out of the cold and graduallv warm the tissue with 1 00-- 1 02 degree water Do not w tlm L tar mUUmad massage as this can cause further tissue damage DEEP FROSTBITE: The skm will appear blotchy with a white to purplish tinge and w ill be numb The skin w ill feel solid To treat, do, not metssgpe Seek immediate medical attention Permanent tissue damage has probably occurred HYPOTHERMIA In hypothermia, the boch temperature drops below 95 degrees There is carh intense shrv enng and the skin is cold and pale Breathing rate will decrease and the pulse will become slow and irregular As the temperature decreases, coordination and mental slate arc altered and the muscles become rigid Vou need to know that not all these symptoms will be in even case Vou also need to know that this is a life threatening event and the individual meeds lo be warmed immcdialelv Place in a vv arm bath or take clothes off and w arm w nh blankets or am w arm cov cring If the victim is conscious, giv c w arm fluids Watch for symptoms of shock and get medical help as soon as possible "Ihe experts are telling us to be prepared for exposure to the cold if there is any chance that wc could get stranded Be sure that our cat has cmcrgcncv prov lsions in it such as blankets, flashlights, matches and candles, food rations and w ater 1 rv not to trav el on back roads w here you could get stuck or stranded and be sure that someone knows there vou arc at all times Hold the EnttsoH AF "JH pertonal telephone ,tt. CELLULARONE network -- John Carter 387-272- 2 Comcipin Utah X4751. $35. per var 100 F. P.O. Box 224 Milford. Utah 84751 THAT'S WHY your dollars are so important to the Credit Union. Funds you place in our care are made available to members buying a car, improving a home, helping a relative, taking a vacation or for any of a thousand reasons. EVERY DOLLAR Roll you save is important because it enables us to make loans at a reasonable rate and that is one of the reasons why the Credit Union movement was founded. Applesauce Cookie Milk Chocolate Milk Wednesday. Jan. 2) Lasagna Vegetable KEEP Tray-Fruite- JcII-- 0 Cake Milk Chocolate Milk Thursday, Jan. 30 SAVING Hamburger w Trimmings French Fries Milk Chocolate Milk Friday. Jan 3 The money you place in our care continues to be the lifeblood of the Credit Union. We urge that you keep up the good work when it comes to thrift and want you to know that we appreciate every dollar you bring to us for safekeeping. 1 Turkey & Gravy Whipped Potatoes Carrots Pears Peanut Butter Fudgic Milk Chocolate Milk MILFORD OFFICE Milfoid, Utah 84751 chilj ulnli"H Hrp-penm nhall " the (UtiiD.il .igin. cv fr.Himb ! ji. pjiliupjlm in. hr Jenieil Kmlicap Iv culuJeJ ti. mttnli-4Immd Uic benefit '!. 'i dixcrinniuli"n Nxn .Mintt If vhj hclievc si nine nati'ivil wiyin : "' nwHBv' "I ' .i th... himln-.st..ii .( ,,T'i'' i"inv.it"iUHIn ihi; ;u;hirnp.in (801)387-242- 2 t ftf Aiirituliuri: Southern Utah Federal Credit Union P.O. Box 798 I)'' ;i OFFICES ST. GEORGE, ALSO CEDAR LOCATED IN CITY, HURRICANE Z7 of ' Sews'' Million Something happening in your school or community' Involved in an interesting cluh projects' Send your news to Bccrver County Monitor, P.O. Box 224. Milford 6 Cookie Milk Chocolate Milk Tuesday. Jan. 28 Taco Pic Toss Salad w Dressing from out town'1 Wit huhy in the family UNTIL SOMEONE SAVES Ml I.FORD SCHOOL LUNCH Monday. Jan. 27 Chicken Ala King Rice Corn Fresh Fruit 2355 or 611 on your cellular Kx:H01-387-55- 2l Y III nmn fata P.M.Tuetda.v 1450 II w ill AdDf.dlW J:00 Phone:801-387.267- 'iwn til Peatoer Count? Subscription IHMJKCU. flTMIUlWi NO ONE CAN BORROW.... Publisher: Kent Smith Editor: Alice Smith you're i,.i j 1 JHomtor It and .