|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|
fetucr PAGE 3 (Emmtg iRanitor FEBRUARY 20, 1997 contaminated microwave the Obituary William Junior Stewart Milford: William J. Stewart, 72 passed away February 13, 1997 at the Milford Valley memorial Hospital. He was bom December in 1924 17, Adamsville, Utah to William David & Elizabeth Ellen Joseph Stewart. He married Shirley Jane Paul June 23, 1946 in Glenwood, Utah. Bill served in the armed forces in the US Navy. He was a farmer and also enjoyed mining. He was a member of the VFW. . . He was a member of the LDS Church. He enjoyed going hunting and picnicking in the mountains. He was a loving husband, father and grandfather. He is survived by his wife Shirley Jane of Milford, Milford Volunteer Firefighters responded Tuesday Children, Maxine & Dennis Cox, Melvin & Carta Stewart, Wayne afternoon to the scene of a blazing car three miles south of town & Beverly Stewart all of Milford, along the Upton railroad siding. The six firefighters found an and Sharlene & Mike Regan of abandoned car engulfed in flames. The fire was reported by a Reno, NV. 20 Grand and 14 railroad worker. Great Grandchildren. Brothers, As of press time the incident is still under investigation Donald & Helen Stewart of Sheriff Yardley said his department ran a check on the Wisconsin Tooele, and Max & LaRee license plate, but they have been unable to locate the owner. Fire Stewart of Milford. He was Chief Les Whitney said there was no one in the vicinity when the preceded in death by a son Willis arrived at the scene. L., a grandson Shaun Dennis Cox, firefighters a brother Thomas R. & a sister Leola Kimble. Funeral Services were held on Saturday, February 15, 1997 in the Milford LDS Chapel. Interment was in the Mountain View Cemetery in Beaver, Utah under the direction of Olpin Sill HOW CAN I PREVENT DISEASED INDOOR PLANTS? Answer by: Sherm Thomson. Utah State University Extension plant pathologist One of the primary reasons for diseased indoor plants this timc-o- f year is These signs w ill let you know if your plant is getting too much to drink. Stems will turn dark and rot when plants hae been given too This is called much water. off. The roots usually damping rot first causing the plant to grow slowly and use very little water. Plants use little water during the winter, anyway, and continued irrigation w hen it is already moist brings on root and stem rot. over-waterin-g. Excess soil moisture provides conditions that are favorable for growth of fungi usually present in potting soil Water plants only after the surface of the soil has had a chance to dry This will usually prevent the fungi from rotting roots and steins. Be sure that pots have drainage holes to allow excess water and salts to leach out. Correct the conditions in the pot rather than mask the with fungicide problem trcaunents. Root rot can be detected by carefully inverting the plant and removing it from the pot so roots can be examined Healthy roots white be should creamy ill w or be brown roots Diseased and difficult is It black. usually not worth trying to save a plant with stem and root rot Unless vou have a family heirloom, discard the plant and start over. One way to prevent diseases spread when getting rid of a Mortuary. Helen D. Williams Lake Minersville Soap Washington: Helen D. Williams, 69, passed away February 17, in residence a at 1997 Ut. bom She was Toquerville, August 8, 1927 in Minersville, Utah to George A. & Arbiteen She Davis. Fortheringham married K.B. Williams December 15, 1953 in Minersville, Utah. Helen crocheting, enjoyed knitting, bottling fruits, dancing and fishing. She graduated from-- ; Milford High School in 1945 as ; the Salutatoriun. She was a member of the LDS Church. She worked for both the Milford & Beaver Drug Stores. She was a loving wife & sister. She is survived by her husband, K B. of Soap Lake, Washington, Brother, Jack & Betty Davis of Milford, Sisters, Dixie & Norm Lamb of Milford, Carol Ann & Ivan Pearson of Toquerville, and Sandra & Jimmy Kunz of Bowdon, North Dakota. Funeral services were held on Thursday, February 20, 1997 in the Minersville LDS 2nd Ward Chapel. Interment was in the Minersville Cemetery under the direction of Olpin Mortuary. In Lieu of flowers, please send donations to the Hospices Servie of the Dixie Regional Medical Center at 544 So. 400 E. St George Utah 84770. WV.i,vX---V-'r.- "Let the Good Times Roll" Loans for New Cars Loans for Good Used Cars ! We can loan you the money to buy the sports utility vehicle you've always wanted. Loans for transportation are a specialty and we can ' help with the financing fast. Stop in and tell us what you have in mind. We'll take it from there. NO RED TAPE. FAST, FRIENDLY SERVICE. MILFQRP SCHOOL IVECH Monday, Feb. 24 Sloppy Joe & Bun South ern Uta Federal Credit Union Carrot & Celery Sticks Buttermilk Dressing Mixed Fruit Chocolate Chip Cookie Milk Chocolate Milk Tuesday, Feb. 25 Baked Chicken Sour Cream Potatoes Roll w Margarine Apple Cobbler Whipped Topping Milk Chocolate Milk Wednesday, Feb. 26 Turkey and Noodles Mashed Potatoes Cooked Carrots Fresh Apple Peanut Butter Cookies MiuV Chocolate Milk Thursday, Feb. 26 Hot Sandwich Green Beana Pears Chocolate Chip Cookie Milk Chocolate Milk ' MILFORD OFFICE P.O. Box 798 Milford, Utah 84751 Friday, Feb. 28 387-242- 2 Sausage Pizza Carrot Sticks Buttermilk Dressing Orange Halves Brownies Milk Chocolate Milk OFFICES In At Md NMnton Pronnm. no penon ihal on On grouidi of nee. color, national cngm. aex, age. or ST. hendKap, be mekiArA from pcmcipaban m. be davd Ok bemnk oC of be otherwue aubjected to If yon beam you have been dacranneted agamt beau: of race, color, national orajjn rx. aee. or handicap, - write m,V -- nmeduHy 'a the Secretary of m,IJC J02JO MAR-685- GEORGE . ALSO ail', tmmmiuMkM mttmt, Z7 LOCATED IN CEDAR CITY . HURRICANE i " plant is to putting a new plant in it Wash the used pot with hot soapy water and microwave die dripping wet pot for one to two minutes The microwave kills spores and fungus that might "be present. This process works for both ceramic and plastic pots, but not metal To avoid melting, do not heal longer than recommended times New pots do not need to be washed or microvvaved pot-bef- orc ESA Sorority liSA Sorority held their Janwiry business meeting at the home of Lori Schow with the help of Kaylyn Thompson. We hear reports from various committees. Cookbooks are sull on sale for $15.00 each. If you would like to purchase one, contact any MSA member. After our new business was discussed, we were served delicious refreshments by our hostesses. Our January Social was held at the home of Pam Durrani, with the help of her committee, Carol Wiseman and Sheri MeDcrmott. We gathered for dinner and enjoyed an evening of friends and fun.