|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
Ktmtv (Eountrj Ckmtisv PAGE 3 Obituaries BEAVER HIGH 99Un 3rd QUARTER HONOR ROLL Richard A. "Dick" DeRose Minersville: Richard A. "Dick DeRose, 80, passed away April 22, 1997 m Milford, Utah. He was bora September 23, 1916 in Grind Junction, Colorado to Charles & Columbia DeRose. He married Margaret R Slinkerd on April 15, 1 967 in Elko, Nevada. Dick was an avid snow skier before he suffered his stroke. His hobbies included a collection of railroad memorabilia, reading maps and the atlas. He retired from the Union Pacific Railroad after 30 years of service. He was a caring and loving husband, father and grandfather He is survived by his wife Margaret of Minersvilk, and children, Debbie Harris of West Valley, Richard C. DeRose of Martinez, CA. Margaret Ann A Jimmy Williams of Minersvilk, Ron & Vicki Turner of Las Vegas, NV., Doug &. Sharon Turner of Salt Lake City, and Diannc St Chock Hobbs of Glendale, AZ.. He has 1 1 Grand & 25 Great Grandchildren. Brother, Emil DeRose of Sacramento, CA., sisters, Helen Goff of Modesto, CA., Bernie of Missoula, O'Reilly Montana, and Georgia Graves of He was Douglas, Wyoming. preceded in death by a brother Frank and his parents. Funeral services were held on Saturday, April 26, 1997 at the grave side in the Milford Cemetery under the direction of Olpin Mortuary. Jeanette Skinner Kohler Jeanette Skinner Kohler age 92, passed away April 26, 1997 in Salt Lake City, Utah. Born January 7, 1905 in Beaver, Utah to John Austin and Isabel Eha Lalry Skinner. Married Lloyd Fred Kohler September 7, 1927 in the Salt Lake IDS Temple, he passed away June 6, 1971. She was active in the IDS Church serving in many capacities. Abo an active civic leader and past President of Milford Lady Lions and former nurse at Milford Valley Hospital. She assisted her husband for many years in his dental practice. Survived by her son L. Ned (Joan), Salt Lake City, and daughter Madelyn Mash, Murray; eight grandchildren and four and sister Druce Speakman, Salt Lake City. Funeral services were held Wednesday, April 30, 1997 at (he Cottonwood 1st Ward. Interment, Wednesday in the Milford, Utah Cemetery. Wasatch Lawn Mortuary, Funeral Directors. SENIORS ft. STRAIGHT A Blair Albrecht Ham Albrecht Charity Beaumont Nicole Bradshaw Krisann Brown John Craw Kellee Eyre Macy Gillms David Kerksiek Bridgette Limb Holly Marshall Jeanette Raddon Mekeisia Taylor Brian Yardley 1.90 or BETTER Shannel Phelps Shane Sagers Brittany Smith 3.50 or BETTER Trent Atkin Kiley Bradshaw Julene Burr Daniel Carter Josh Christopherson Leona Condie Tina Cununings Cody Curtis Cory Curtis Quinten Edwards Emily Farnsworth Margaret Gale Andrea Green Brooke Hanley Brandon Hutchings Jason Langford Eriand Louis Nicholas Marshall Jennifer Pake Hiede Rosenlof Shauna Smith Brennon Strong Jill Stucki Jenny White Amber Willden 4. 4.0- - STRAIGHT-- A Sheb Davie Nathan Murdock Mark Robinson Natasha Wright 3.90 OR BETTER Emily Anderson Joshua Bradshaw Ashlee Dotson Tamara Foster OR BETTER Jed Albrecht Kristen Beckstead Shanell Carter 10 Hycb Davidson Seth Davie Wyatt Davis Crystal Goodwin Doug Harris Heather Hollingshead Leo Kartell Chad Marshall Starla Nelson Bobbi Orion Christy Osborn Luke Robinson HO or BETTER Brandon Smith Shelia Smith Derek Sorensen Jack Waters Ashlie White Kendall Willden Lacey Yardley SOPHOMORES Cherstie Bealer Kamie Beaumont Jennifer Bodily Amy Bradshaw April Bradshaw Shannon Bradshaw Derek Bunker Jenny Carter Daniel Goodwin Stacey Martin Brett Raddon Amy Smith Marchelle Wright .1.90 OR BETTER Tyler Jessup Mary Kerksiek Sharee Sagers Michael Walker I SO or BETTER Kristen Alexander Andrea Anderson Kiley Beaumont Ashlie Bradshaw Dacie Bradshaw Starla Bradshaw Nicholas Bradshaw Cameron Campbell Tanille Dalky Lynn Dalton Derrick Dutson Malesha Edwards Lori Evans , Angela Eyre Cameron Gillins Natalie Griffiths Staci Harris Nathan Hollingshead Shane Hollingshead Kelli Marchant Anthony Monfredi David Nigbur Jamie Paice Clifford Stapley Robert Stoker MaCail White Teila White 3.5 or BETTER Bntnee Bradshaw Colton Brauer Nicole Cruz Wesiev Draper Alishia Edwards Jake Flanigan Ryan Fredrickson Cry stal Gillies Alison Jones Jeremy Martin Jamee Robinson Shawna Smith Cole Stapley Morgan Thomas Heidi Yardley FRESHMEN David Baker Rebecca Beaumont Brooke Bradshaw Nathaniel Dotson Anthony Gale Elizabeth Kanell Diane Yardley 3.90 or BETTER Matthew Baker Tony Bradshaw Holly Fails Clint Phelps Multiple Choice. I f Articles submitted by the Sesquicentennial Committee of MinersvUle. Tratkraeo Score 33 Points at "Old Capitol Inntadonal" The BHS Men's Track Team had their best point totals of the season Saturday, April 26th, in Fillmore, Utah. The meet was held at the Millard Eagle Stadium and the team totaled 35 points in a field of over IS schools. Morty Marshall uncorked a state qualifying 1ST Javelin throw early in the day to grab a second place medal and score eight points for the Beaver cause. Brian Yardley had a season best 145' throw in the same event to score three more points for the BHS Trackmen. The medley relay and the mile relay teams had their best marks athletes Blair Albrecht and Brandon of the season, thanks to Raddon on loan from the baseball team. The relay team members finally proved to themselves and their coaches that their teams can be competitive at the region and state levels, with solid 8th and 4th place finishes at the "Old Capitol Meet" Troy Gent continued his fast improvement in the high sticks with third a place finish in the finals Saturday afternoon, after leading for most of the race. The "Old Capitol Irrvitationar discus record was history soon Gent launched a after the 1:30 competition started when the multi-everecord 1449" throw that eclipsed the old mark held by Smith of Dugway nd nt ofl32'6". BHS Results: Javelin - M. Marshall 2nd 15?, B. Yardley 5th, 145'. 3200 M . H. Anderton 8u 10:51 .Medley Relay. 8th, B. Albrecht, R. Bartlett, D. Kirksiek and H. Anderton. High Hurdles T. Gent 3rd 16.5. Discus - T. Gent 1st 1449" (flew Invitational Record). Mile Relay - 4th, K. Yardley, L. Kanell, T. Gent and B. Raddon 3:44.5 vl y $69.95 $19.95 4.0 STRAIGHT A MOTOROLA Angie Bradshaw Joseph Kanell Kent Marchant 19 pr BETTER Stephen Bartlett Lori Bodily Shanna Bradshaw M or BETTER Trisha Alexander Dustin Bradshaw Tiffany Brown Matthew Brown Megan Brown Choose horn the sleek Motorola Moo TAC Lite" 1L fie practical Motorola Powef Pak 250. Motorola phones starting at $ 1 9 95 or (he vakje o) a Motorola Tele TAC YOUR John G. Carter Daily Prescription Delivery Sterling Jessup Kristen Kesler Benjamin Lee Amy Nelson Kimberly Smith Kade Swindlehurst 8th GRADE 4.0 STRAIGHT A -- Holly Anderson Jan Davis Nicole Order by 3:00 P.M. Delivery at 5:00 P.M. Monday - Saturday (cut off time 1 :30 Saturday) Tiffany Tripp Jan Verhaeren Ruby Waters Han-Jenn- Joseph Angie Puffer Mihn Yardley 3.90 or BETTER Heather Brennon Daniel Christopherson Craig Foster Justin Smith 387-272- 2 'Restrictions apply Angela Christopherson Diana Erickson Tyson Fredrickson Keith Harr Kelby Hofheins ' 60 DAYS LOCAL INCOMING CALLS & NO ACTIVATION FEE or 2ND MONTHS ACCESS FREE & NO ACTIVATION FEE CHOICE: CELLULAROs network Milford Drug 464 S. Main St. 801-387-21- 199795 &m Open 10.00 A.M. - 6.00 P.M. 04 Wildlife rules in the making...... cSttukntbottj "Oftkcrs The Division of Wildlife Resources (DWR) and the southern Regional Advisory Council (RAC) will take public input May 7, 1997 at 7:00 p.m. regarding the following items: Information regarding proposed fee changes Adjudicative Proceeding RuleWildlife Management Unit Boundaries Proposed Depredation Rule Addendum1997 Falconry Proclamation Antlerless 1997 The meeting will take place in the Sevier County Commission Chambers at 250 North Main Street, Richfield. Those interested in any of the Mark Robinson - President Nate Murdock - Vice President Victoria Thomas - Secretary Stacey Martin - Historian Anthony Monfredi - Social Manager Jenny Carter - Publicity Manager agenda items are encouraged to attend. Hats and Shoes by Reva Albrecht - Hats and shoes were luxuries. Hats were made from straw or cloth and trimmed with feathers or bits of ribbon. Some of them were very beautiful. Susan Roberts was one of the best milliners in the town Sofia Wession had a hat shop in one room of the Sarah Bohn home and was very artistic at trimming hats. Mrs. Mary E. Lightner also sold hats at their home. Moccasins were made from old overalls or buckskins. Leather was very rare but was used whenever possible. Men attended dances barefoot and had a wonderful time. They herded sheep and cattle on the hillside and didn't notice the rocks and stickers on their bare feet The first man to go into the shoe business was a gentleman by the name of Mr. Wecdea It was recalled by some of the older people that a Mr. Simmons was also a shoe cobbler. The children usually wore shoes of moccasins that had been made by their fathers. i $159.w 7TH GRADE 15Q9T BETTER Jake Albrecht Hyrum Anderton Richard Bartlett Kolby Blackner Heather Bradshaw Candace Bradshaw Robbie Bradshaw Jami Brown Silvia Dorame Nicole Griffiths Crystal Hall Rick Jarvis Kevin Marchant Ben Peterson Derek Solberg Anthony White Mitchell Willden Julie Williams Lee Yardley Jeannie Yardley MAY 1. 1997 MinersvUle Families For Edncation Saving UPCfs to Aid st Hinersviile School Minersville - Members of the Minersvilk FFE are currently UPC's (Universal collecting Product Code", also known as "Bar Codes") from a wide selection of name brands as part of a new plan called the Power of Purchasing Program. The group is conducting the drive in an effort to obtain new educational and recreational equipment for the Minersville School. The organization will earn points for every eligible proof of purchase they collect. These points may then be used to obtain equipment from the Power of Purchasing Program Catalog with over 250 items to choose from. We're hoping we can earn at i your opine adjusted! Etc QEAftV good for J it- - 9fe SSL J EET least 2,000 points by May 3 1, but are continuing the program through next year. UPC's from the following products are eligible for points in the program: Kodak film, cameras, videotapes and batteries, Hershey Foods products (Hcrshey's Reese's, Kit Kat, Peter Paul, York, Rolo, Twizzler's, Amazin'Fruit, Caramello and Cadbury), Hefty, Baggies and OneZip products. We're sure there arc a lot of people in our community who would like to help us with our project. All they have to do is keep an eye out for these proofs of purchase and turn them in to the Minersville School or the Collection in Bins the community. MAKE AN APPOINTMENT TODAY!