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o B ITU ARIES Magnus Andrew Hansen, 90, longtime resident of Lindon passed away Sunday, January a: 1999 at American Fork Hospital of causes incident to age. FIi"3373 E i He was born the Lindon LDS Sixth Ward. He enjoyed gardening and fruit trees in addition to hunting and fishing with his sons. He is survived by four sons and one daughter: Franklin Hansen, Pleasant Grove; Lee (Sonja) Hansen, American Fork; Craig M. (Earlene) Hansen, Lindon; Nora Ann (Chuck) Wiener, Logan; Dale February 22, in 1908 Hansen, San Diego; 24 grandchildren and 32 great grandEmery, Utah children. Additional survivors to Andrew include three brothers and one Christian Abelin sister: Nels Hansen, Ethen and Nora Johana Hansen, the fourth of 11 chil- Hansen, LaVell Hansen, & Barbara Young. He was preceddren.; He married Ellen Millett on ed in death by three grandsons August 14, 1937 in Salt Lake and a granddaughter. Funeral services will be held City. Their marriage was solemnized in the Salt Lake LDS Thursday, January 7, 1999 in Temple. She passed away May the Lindon Sixth Ward Chapel, Main and Center Street, 8, 1995. Magnus grew up in Emery Lindon. Friends may call and attended schools there. He Wednesday evening from later married and settled in p.m. at Olpin Family Mortuary, Lindon. He was employed by 500 South 300 East, Pleasant Pacific States Caste Iron Pipe Grove and at the church on for 26 years as a machinist Thursday one hour prior to services. Burial will be in the retiring in 1973. He was an active member of Lindon City Cemetery. 6-- 8 Kalie Bangerfer Katie Bangerter, 20, of beloved Highland, Utah, I daughter, sister, friend; died on .December ;31, 1998 as the result of 'a tragic car accident. ; Katie was to born Grant and ! iCleadonna 1 Bangerter on August 16, 1978 at Utah Hospital. She was the oldest of seven children. She loved her family and spending time with them. She loved '.Valley 'making memories with her ; family and friends. Katie was a very happy, "energetic, independent, organized, loving daughter. She : lived each day to it's fullest. She loved life. She loved people. I She had the ability vto make t frieridiAi.'ith all types of people they tand accept them for who were. She was a doer. " Katie played the piano, Strumpet, and guitar. She loved ; to sing and all types of dancing. Music was a big part of her life. , Katie attended Highland Barratt ; Elementary, Hospital, as an assistant manager at Mayberries, as a waitress at Ricardos, and at Copeland Sports. She loved the outdoors, riding horses, camping and vacations with her family, swimming, cooking, sewing, reading, being with her friends, boating and water skiing, driving her little Suzuki Swift, and helping others. She received her Young Woman Recognition Award as a Laurel. She served in several presidencies in Beehives, Mia Maids, and Laurels. She was a born leader. She went an extra year to girls camp just to be a "Happy Maker." (Has been our happy maker.) Katie's main goal was to be a good example and live a Christ-lik- e life. She loved her Savior, Jesus Christ, and was planning to go on an LDS mission the summer rof1999. Katie was jaci&ejn the Church of .,alway " Jesus j Christ of Latter-da' Saints. She lived in Provo and enjoyed going to her student g ward. She loved being a y home-makin- leader and visiting teacher. She loved her roommates and tons of friends. Katie is survived by her parr Elementary, American Fork Jr. Grant and Cleadonna, with and ents, graduated High, 'summa cum laud (gold chords) Highland; brothers and sisters, ;from American Fork High Blaine E. Webb (Heilala), Rachael, Dalian, t School. In high school she was Provo; the A Capella choir, Amanda, Ranae, Jacob, and I American Fork High School Ryan Bangerter, all of on the Highland; her grandparents, Marching Band, Ballroom Dance Team, and a Wm. Grant and Geraldine Member of the National Honor Bangerter, Alpine; 65 cousins; 26 aunts and uncles; and many, ; Society. Katie received a schoUtah from BYU to many wonderful friends. She larship be greatly missed. We look will first for her and Power Light "semester. Katie was a junior at forward to being with her " BYU majoring in Elementary again. Katie brought light and love "Education. She loved learning. She loved children and was so to everyone. She left us a lega'. excited to be a teacher. cy of love. Funeral services will be I Katie spent a great deal of children with Wednesday, January 6, 1999 at ;her life working as a babysitter. She was in a 11:00 a.m. in the Highland club at BYU that had activities Utah Stake Center, 9600 No. ; with handicapped young adults 6800 W., Highland. Friends and spent time with them. She may call at the church "worked in various jobs, as a Wednesday from 9:30 - 10:30 services. to prior 'caregiver for a handicapped a.m. Lehi in be will the r candys-tripeInterment : girl, Farrah Marie, as a at American Fork City Cemetery. ! -- Coons elected to serve on hospital association board ' Chris Coons, Administrator JCEO of Utah Valley Regional J Medical Center in Provo, has jbeen elected to the Board of J Trustees ofUHA, Utah Hospitals ; and Health Systems Association. JCoons was elected at the December Board Meeting. Coons brings more than 15 years of health care experience j to the UHA Board. In addition : to serving as the Chief Executive Officer at Utah Valley, he serves as Chief Operations Officer for r I ! Intermountain Health Care's Urban South Region, including American Fork Hospital, Orem Community Hospital, Utah Valley Regional Medical Center, as well as affiliated IHC Health Plans, clinics and physician services. He previously served as operations officer for IHC Urban Central Region. Coons received his bachelor's degree and master's in public administration from BYU in Provo. He is a fellow in the COPY Ralph Walker Adarm Melva Harris Abel Magnus Andrew Hansen Vervene Warnick age 90, of American Fork returned home on January I.JI.I 1999. 1, Melva Harris Abel, Melva Harris Abel celebrated for. 90th her birthday the year of 1998. Melva was born August 29, 1908, the third child of Howard Benjamin and Maud Mae Gardner Warnick. She had two brothers, Howard and David, and two sisters, Ruth and Bernice. She was always very close to her family. Her younger life was full of friends, fun and hard work. She often talked about all the adventures she encountered as a young girl. She remembered winter sleigh rides, horse and buggy rides and working in the fields thinning beets and helping to harvest the grain on her families large farm. She loved to play the organ that was given to her by her grandparents in Salem. She met her eternal companion at a school dance, then on Sept. 7, 1927 J. George Harris and Melva were married in the Salt Lake Temple. Living on their farm in Manila, they raised three sons and three daughters: Warren J. (Betty) Harris, Richfield; Lynn W. (Evelyn) Harris, Ogden; George Melvin (LuDean) Harris, Venice, Utah; Arlene Wilkins Louise (Bob) (deceased); Wilcox, Alpine; Karen (Lynn) Newman, Pleasant Grove. Melva had a great love for all of American College of Healthcare Executives and currently serves as Regent of the Utah region. He is a resident of Alpine and spends his free time gardening and enjoying church and scouting activities with his family of six children. talked about how proud she was of their accomplishments. mm V m Melva V "'"P was a member of the LDS Church 'v. i of and she enjoyed serving in many Mgy Stephen church positions including Manila Ward Relief Melissa Walker society Adams. Secretary for many years. She enjoyed making handmade quilts for church and family. Melva and George were both employed by the Utah State Training School for over 15 years. They were happily marred for 41 years until 1968 when her beloved husband passed away. Melva began working at the Salt Lake Temple where she met and married Frances Abel in 1971. They spent their five years together serving the Lord at the temple. Frances died in Leland Swanson 1976. National Guard Outstanding Aviation Enlisted Man of the Year twice, and was awarded the meritorious service metal. An avid aviation and car enthusiast, he also enjoyed the I outdoors with camping, boatHospital in vehicles. Provo. ing, and He is surv ived by his sons was born in Larry (Laura); Ric (Penny); Ben (Joanna His daughters Little Falls, MN July 3, Audrey; 1936 to John Christine; his brother Loren; His sisters Micki; Marilyn and and Florence 12 grandchildren. Swanson. In Funeral services will be 1967, he moved to American Fork where he later met and 11:00 a.m. Saturday January married Rosemary, his wife of 9th at the Anderson & Sons 30 years. Leland joined the Mortuary 49 East 100 North Utah Army National Guard American Fork where friends and rose to the position of may call Friday from 8 p.m Chief Maintenance Officer for and Saturday 1 hour prior to the facility. He faithfully services. Military rites and served his country for over 36 burial will be at the American years earning the Utah Army Fork Cemetery. Leland W. Swanson, 62, died Monday January 4, 1999 due to complications from a sudden illness at the Utah Valley Melva has enjoyed traveling and cruises and she loved flowers, gardening, sewing, and reading. Melva has always enjoyed having her children and grandchildren over for a visit. She is a proud grandmother of 29 grandchildren, a Medical off-roa- d Leland great grandmother of 71 great grandchildren, and a great great grandmother of 9. She was a wonderful mother, grandmother, and friend. services were Funeral Tuesday, January 5, 1998 in the Olpin Family Mortuary Chapel. Burial was in the Pleasant Grove City Cemetery. 6-- Atlanta Braves, BYU Cougars Hello World Births at American Fork Hospital September 5 Girl to Glen and Tish Erickson Brooks of Lehi. Adams. October 19 Married Weight management class offered to Ryan and Angela Littlefield Johnson of Pleasant Grove. to Matthew and Jennifer Coleman Miller of Lehi. to Steven and Kristen Andrews Olsen of American Fork. October 20 Boy to Ryan and Laura Terry Hales of Lehi. Girl to Jonathan and Tiffany Gustafson Southern of American Fork. Boy to Douglas and Diane McCloskey Hoffman of Lehi. to Brian and Kimberly Becker Blacka of American Fork. to Jeffrey and Lori Ledsome Lyman of Lehi. to Ricky and Becky Lott Montague of Lehi. to Alan and Kathryn Herbert Robinson of American Fork. October 22 Girl to Marcio and Jennifer Moorman DeAlmeida of Lehi. Boy to James Hammon and Keerston Young of Pleasant Grove. Boy to David and Susan Piezpont Russell of American Fork. Boy to Verlin and Kathy Baird Russon of Lehi. October 23 Girl to Yanira Anderson of Lehi. Boy to Leon and Lori Gallagher Bird of Highland. Boy to Michael and Melissa Hansen Leifson of Lindon. October 24 Boy to Stephen and DeAnn Cook Anderton of Lehi. Girl to Kay and Teri Dalton McDonald of Lehi. Girl to Garry and Cathrine James Sampson of Lehi October 26 Girl to Jeffrey and Sarah Shepherd Heat on of Lehi Girl to Brian and Molly Zimmerman Larson of American Fork Boy to Ted and JoAnna Giles Meacham of Pleasant Grove Girl to Robert and Janis Gandolph Vogelsberg of American Fork. Girl Girl Girl Girl Girl Let American Fork Hospital help you lose weight and keep it off. Join the weight management program which will teach you how to lose weight safely and how to maintain a healthy weight by changing old habits. The program emphasizes long-terhealth and lifestyle change rather than dieting Classes concentrate on dietary change, exercise, and behavior modification which includes lessons on eating out, eating slower and dealing with binge eating. Stress reduction and problems, as they relate to weight loss, are also addressed. Even if you are utilizing alternative methods of losing weight, this class will teach you healthy ways to eat to help you keep unwanted pounds off. Roland S. Dean Sherral and Diane Sudweeks Lane and Betty Dean Kathy and Gary Millward Group to meet The Utah Valley Chapter of Utah Genealogical will hold their Association monthly meeting this Friday, Jan. 8, at 7 p.m. at Canvon View Jr. High, Room 209, 950 N. 700 E., Orem. The speaker will be Diane Dieterle who will teach about Land Records. Everyone who is interested is invited. m Who woJdo thunklt? A bit of Austrote right here in tt'oMcrdAlphe? "ThoH right t Present this ad for $1.00 off any 24 02, KICKER. 24 ot. Koco WARMER course begins or Full Sue JOEY! p.m. in the American Fork Hospital library. 8. moter Com join tl (I) gat o tott of Ctown (Jndw. tK WoiWt Omen Food ami DrW right twr (or ol to njoy! weekly on Tuesdays from 6 to 7 756-757- PusbBie si otlces Notice is issued to water users The State Engineer tne following received to Change Applications Water in Utah County (Locations in SLB&M). Persons objecting to an must hie a application CLEARLY with registration on Tuesday, Jan. 12, at 6 p.m. and will meet The cost is $65, with a possible $24 refund through exercise, keeping food intake records and class attendance. For more information, call Adele at to Marc and Stacie Jorgensen Stephenson of Cedar Hills. October 21 mother. the to Christopher and Amanda Hauck Beckstead of Pleasant Girl Grove. Boy Girl Girl Dean card of thanks The family of Katherine A. Carter Dean wishes to sincerely express their gratitude and appreciation for the concern of all their friends and neighbors in the passing of their wife and Ak about Monday KfgHti. PCNCH-WSand tK. Student WSSPORT! your in I if n. ' Reading, sister-- in-law, 7. (football and basketball), and Utah Jazz. In her early years American .... ...' ji she bowled and played golf Born Fork. her husband. with 1921 in Jan 1, and her husband She ' ' v to enjoyed traveling during their Perm., retirement with the highlight J. Charles i being their trip to Europe. Lillie and The biggest joy of her life Weiden e r were the holiday gatherings at her home with her children and Kenneth . L. grandchildren around her. Her Sr. Evans family loved her and will miss Jan. 4, 1945 in Philadelphia, PA. her. She is survived by 4 sons He died Sept 29, 1990. and a daughter Kenneth L. Jr. She was a nursing supervisor at Am. Fork Hospital for 27 of Glendale, Arizona; Charles years. She was an Ensign in A. (Shanda), Steven L. (Beate), the Navy Nurse Corp during Jon M. (Kerri) and Martha E. World War II. Loved to fish and Laursen (Dan) all of American spent many weekends with her Fork. 18 grandchildren and 16 husband and children in purgreat grandchildren. Preceded in death by her husband of 45 suit of that hobby. members and friends years. Many Funeral Services will be of her family were recipients of her exceptional knitting ability. Thursday, Jan. 7, 1999, at 11 a.m. in the Anderson & Sons After retirement she volunCitizens Mortuary Chapel 49 East 100 teered at the Senior Center and Am. Fork Hospital. North where friends may call She also enjoyed monthly trips Wednesday 6 to 8 p.m. and one hour prior to the services on to Wendover. She was an avid sports fan Thursday. Burial in the and especially loved the Spanish Fork Cemetery. The eight-wee- k Chris Coons (Diane) Adams, American Fork; Vaughn Adams, Lehi; Stephen Adams, American Fork; Keith Adams, Springville; daughters, Verna Jo (Rodney) Hollingshead, Salt Lake City; Connie Crooks, American Fork; (Robert) Faddis, Kristy Evanston, Wyoming; Kathy Adams, Payson; 34 grandchildren; soon to be 2 great grandRenno and children; brother, Wayne d e e H a y (Diane) Adams, Cedar Fort; v Belva Adams, Lehi; t many nieces and nephews Married Carroll Louise Stokes whome he loved dearly and on December 19, 1953 in anyone else to come to our door Washington. and needed a place to stay. Spokane, Marriage later solemnized in Preceded in death by his parents, two brothers. Marrion and the Provo LDS Temple. Darrell Adams. He was a construction workwere services He Funeral driller. well and water er served in the Army from 1946-4Monday. January 4, 1999, in He was a member of the the American Fork 3rd Ward LDS Interment, LDS Church and an avid Chapel. American Fork City Cemetery. the honors by Survived by his wife of Military American Fork; sons, Michael Veterans of Foreign Wars. Ralph Walker Adams, age 70 American Fork, died December 31, 1998 at his home after a long He illness. born was January 17, 1928 in Lehi, to Utah her children and she often Jane Adams Evans Jane Mildred Adams Evans 78, died Dec. 30, 1998 in New Utah! - January 6, 1999 - Page 13 Located hjsKt to CAMYOlCOPY ttw Lona Peak 9opp9 ' READABLE protest Stating FILING NUMREASONS FOR BER. PROTESOBJECTION. TANTS' NAME AND RETURN ADDRESS, and any request tor a hearing. Protest must be filed with the State Engineer, Box 146300. Salt Lake Crtv, UT on or before Jan. 26, 1999. These are informal proceedings as per Rule R655-6-- 2 of the Division of Water Rights. (LEGEND: Point(s) of Diversion POD; Place of Use POU; Nature ot Use USE) 4 (a22762): John S. and Alice Broadbent propose to change the POD, POU & USE ot water as evidenced by Water Right and Numbers HERETOFORE: QUANTITY: 0.08 ds. SOURCE: 4 in. well 148 ft. deep. POD: (1) N 1310 W 2540 from E14Cor.Sec16,T5S,R1E. USE.Irngation ,rcmApr1to Oct 31. total aceagel 6800 acs, soe suppty 1 6800 acs. StocKwatenng 8 head of livestock POU WV2NW14 Sec16.T5S. R1E HEREAFTER QUANTITY: 0 08 cfs. SOURCE 16 in, well 200 ft oeep POD (1) S 718 W 1393 from NE Cor. Sec 16. T5S. RlE Lehi City) USE Municipal: In Lent 900 from NW Cor Sec 15 T5S. R1E, Source Spnng Creek (1'4 mi N of Mill Pond) USE: Municipal In Lehi Citv ia22783i Clarence M. and Rose Mane Wilson propose to change the POD. POU & USE of water as evidenced by a portion of (U109291 HERETOFORE. City 4 (a22769): Kent E. Prestwich. Lehi City pro- pose to change the POD. POU & USE ot water as evidence by Diligence Claim 4 Number (031 98). HERETOFORE: QUANTITY: 90.54 ac-f- t. SOURCE: Spring Creek and Blue Spnno POD: (1) S 2720 E 470. Source Blue Spnng (2) S 1680 E 770 from NW Cor. Sec 15. T5S. R1E, Source: USE: Creek. Spring Irrigation: from Apr 1 to Oct 31. total acreage 21 9000 105 acs; Stockwatenng: head of livestock. POU: SWV4NWV4.NW14SW14 Sec 15. T5S.R1E. HEREAFTER: QUANTITY 90 54 ac-f- t. POD; Same as Heretofore, but adding the following: SOURCE: Spring Creek and Blue Spnng. POD: (1) S 2300 E QUAN- TITY 0 5 ac-f- t. SOURCE 4 in. well 125 ft deep POD (1) N 634 E 250 from S1 4 Cor. Sec 7, T5S, R1E USE. Irrigation: from Apr 1 to Oct 31, total acreage 01250 POU. acs SE1'4SW1'4.SW14SE1 Sec 7, T5S, R1E 4 HEREAFTER: QUANTITY 0.5 ac-f- t. SOURCE: 6 m well 100 ft. to 500 ft. deep POD: (1)N 150 W 300 from SE Cor, Sec 6. T6S. R2W (329 S. 100 East, Cedar Fort): USE: Imgation. from Apr 1 to Oct 31, total 00125 acreage Domestic: SE14SE14 1 acs; family; POU: Sec 6, T6S, R2W. Robel L Morgan, PE. State Fngmeer Published in New Utah! Dec. 30, 1998 and Jan. 6. 1999.