|No Copyright - United States (NoC-US)
|Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah
AROWAN TIMES , "Publiuhed Weeklu f or The Inierext Of Parowan Arid I iriniiu' PAROWAN T1MKS. I of U Mali C'horu Ian I4IIIhI In To Give Concert Here Honda v Eve ideni io Of tilld It.j on ut. I TAH MARCH 1JSJ Nl'MHKH TEN Iron County Residents favor Rain Making Scheme On of th outstanding vocal In the .groups tb Inivers-MalICit) L( week when a ar;H of Clab Chorus, will was a passenger .appear in 3rd Ward Chapel at aud over-- ! Parowan on Monday, March I on a County .19 at s:00 pm tim The prominent five mile aouth of Hub The youth was a son is conducted by John Marlowe and Grace Stubbs Nielson, w ho a now in bis third if Cedar and a grandyear as director of the aggro gallon. Each program on tour will Hy Hjbora, PAROWAN. e unanamous vote for suppori m ram and participation making for Southern t'tah Coun lies was given by local rest dents at a meeting here Wed neadav night. A good representation of farmers, stockmen and of businessmen Parowan at ti tided the meeting which wav t '..IS, tailed by the ..Ulilv mil tee. Ktloits in m elite the Count) portion of the total cost are being made this week inasmuch as the muuey and the contract j,aV(, ready by Saturday j Mayor K. Kay Lyman presided at the gathering and exthe proposed project plained which the extreme drought in tills section has made feasible. j lie explained that the process of seeding the clouds with silver Iodide has been carried out other see w,th of would the and 'tons country j 'he method of moisture pre cipitat ion to be employed here A 36-vol- j it Ralph Hursdou To , Wwl (rautsvillo Hiss and Mr. Will Maradeu announce the forthcoming marsocial event in Outstanding of their son. Ralph, to riage be specially selected from a re- - j Pa rowan last week was th Miss Vivian Johnson liertolre of fine choral music M. I. A. Uold ami Green Ball from manlficmil held Friday ranging In the Miss Johnson evening grew up in grand-- , Palestrina, Handel and Hat h school gymnasium. Bentley. Grantsvilie and graduated troiu of to popular Kern. Vouinans and Bentley The ball room was gaily dec- High .g t S. hoot i in She t In! Romberg Special soloists in- orated with festoons of gold and entered nurses training at the boy was born elude Knly W. Whltatnore and green HU b..n balloons conected with I'nlveraity of Irah and after 27. 1934. j Andrew Pratt, vocalist, and plan-thir- streamers bin ('it of the same colors. 3 years of study became a regyear student fttjlata Dortha Sharp and Newel The stage and dlas and throne istered nurse. After graduation High School He Is Kay Brown were other focal points of in- - she worked in Culfforniu nine Also featured is the Chi- - t rest In the decorations, his parents; five j y months. She then went on a d sisters. Lester and Omega ladles guartel. winner Participating were the three mission to the South West Indrn. Mrs. Sherwin of the University Aluntni Quar- - Parowan Wards, each of which ian mission. When her mission Cedar City. jtet. consisting of Bert Redding- - was Taylor. she returned represented by a gueen was completed Hulbert Keddington, Har-Th- e who reigned during to Satl Lake City and has work- girls bake Mrs. Shar-'ol- d Keddington. and Kenly W the evening were La Ree Mun-ash- - ed since that time at the L D.8. I il j Whiteloek, Fort Lewis, will accompany this ford, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. hospital. Salt Chester Munford. first ward; Iast summer she returned to this Jerrolyn Orton, daughter of Mr. I Parowan. foursome has sung together and Mrs Lorln Orton, second the South West mission for a conference. At the same con-,- 1 services were held during and since their Vnivers- - I ward ; and Orton, Beverly Ward Fourth on, By days. (daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Claude ference Ralph went as a visitor number :i large This great musical organ!- Orton, third ward. Jerrolyn was with his friends Lloyd Guymon gfey with and Kendell finrr. It was while and relatives from zation la being friend sponsored by crowned queen of the ball after here he first met Miss Johnson. attendants. The Parowan High School and she drew the lucky ribbon. The n Ralph graduated from can offer this performance with- The other girls served as her at school and then High out cost because many good attendants. the age of 18 years he entered a As floor of in feature the Parowan are show, willing people of i.S. serving was sung by the armed service to act as host for the chorus ' Nevertheless, two years In World War II. Ramona Kina lodStubbs and and members for supper and He then entered B.A.C. at Cedar a represent-- I ging Monday and breakfast Shirley Evans, a graceful dance City and graduated from this lerson. (was excuted by Ellen Miller. Social Security Wenesday morning. the insiluiton. He also graduated - ( Marlene The school this Judy takes Kirkpatrick. opporbe in will the proo. L.D.R. institute. from to thank these generous ; Morris. Joan Rayles. Veon Employment Office funlty He then went on a mission for ifarlane. Janet Mortensen. Renee jity on Tuesday. Mar-foto the North Western Adams and Jean HaRerroan. the church that We person every hope 9:00 a.m. until Continued on Page Four the Valley will hear this Mrs. Berta Winter was at the in accordance with In piano while the dancing was of concert. month schedule under the direction of Mrs. Hessistanee to residence len Henry. m who desire help or The Third Ward M. I. A. was on Social Security in charge of ail arrangements fer the gala formal Mr. and Mrs. Silas Topham i row and their sons. Charles and DavThe Robinson family reunion Ann id. have just returned from an held on Saturday of last week motor extenseve trip saw a great gathering of relair 1907 was quite an which took them through four tives from all of the nearby ne for the people of Sates, into Old Mexico, and over communities as well as several for it was in that 1700 miles of highway. Ann Dohrusky Miss Bessie other states. hydro-electri- c first Wihle on the trip they made formerly of this City became Over two hundred deseend-ent- s built in Parowan. it a point to contact many for- the bride of Earl Knab of of Pioneer John Rowlandvery small plant, the on March 6. accord- son Robinson were mer Parowan residents whose together to pas about 75 kilowats gracious hospitality contributed ing to a brief announcement participate in the days events. lily ran one evening I to their enjoyment. received by relatives here. An program entertertaining for those who were greatly townsmen who The bride is a daughter of former These by highlighted presented (was lugh to own an elect-p- a still call Parowan home were Mrs. Claude Matheson and A1 j an intiresting history of Mr. machine. The Robinson and his family. Lunch of Parowan unanomous in extending their Dobruskv this plant Isoon Mr. and was served and the afternoon town are home old to the grooms parents re-- a greetings was jisolete and and in expressing their hopes Mrs. Isa E. Knab of tbe Bay was spent in visiting. newer and larger a visit during the City. ch was built in 1924 jot paying it Out of town guests included were Rites performed in Centennial Year. The Topbams report their first Long Reach where the brides Mrs. Emma Smith of Beaver. with the brother. Joe Dobruskv, stood who with her brother Thomas stop to have been Robinson are the only are the as best man. Morris Rowley at Mesquite, order a was Knab Mrs. remaining members of the only The new' and after the loiter in day to Mr 1 - tu-;to- n, L 40 as-tri- vdto i petit ittotul . Negotiations an under way with the Water Resources Deof Pasadena, Co. velopment Calif. Directing the project will be Dr. Erwin P. Krick. meter jologist of tbe Calif. Institute of Technology. He was Chief wea-- j ther forecaster for the U. 8. government during World War II and served a Gen, Eisen-- i who so hower's mete.rologlst weather the forecast correctly conditions for Par-nwa- j Mac-peopl- I local Folk. Fniov If the present plans are carried out. Mayor Lyman state it will be a matter of but a few days before a detailed survey of the area to be "seeded will be and generating made plants will be set up at strategic points Robinson Family Hold Reunion In Trip Into Southwest Paragonah an Plant Continued on Page Five Rossie Dobrnxky Hods In Coastal Citv Ne-ad- j Continued on Page Five a. J Continued on pr.g. four 1 , (Continued on Page Three) Missionary Faron oll Social Held Summit A At number of Parowan people attended the Missionary j Fare- well Social held in Summit Thursday night for Miss Barbara Jones of Enoch. Miss Jones, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Jones of the Enoch Ward will enter the mission Home in Salt Lake City on Monday preparatory to fulfilling a Northwestern in the Mission States, for tbe Church of Jesus Saints. Christ of Latter-da- y The social was held in the Summit Ward Church because of the renovation being car-r- e d on at the Enoch Chapel.