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.ln-in- j Corp. g PAROWAN TIME PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN. UTAH, JANUARY 20, Dm NUMBER FOURTEEN Parowan Lions Funeral Services Commission Held For Former Holds One Day Meet Paragonah Lady matters Funeral IORT Carsh Injuries Olandcr Elected Nominations For "Mother Of The Fatal To .Head Of Utah Year" Sought By Women's Clubs Paragonah Lady Wildlife All organizations or Club Holds n Ladies OI I 'Ml it Night of the group, Mrs. Jnnie Williamson, 65. Members Parowan and routine services were held Delegates t" the annual who Policy contemplate of nominating Lions Club died from the .scrapbook m.iv wel1 entertained Paragonah. here Saturday afternoon for business made up the agenda1 their, Thursday ct nference of the Utah Wild-o- f a for the annual be included candidate the at a Iron at Ladies "ives life a special Mrs. Margaret Ann Owens County Hospital in the informa Fedration eleeed LeRospecial meeting of the Mother of the Year contest tion submitted to - H of suffered .n The autoan Comnight injuries Night Tuesday Fsih better emGame and Utah Olander, eteran Barton, 85, who died Jan. 17 are advised that the ir formal was held in mobile accident just nort-in Los Angeles at the home mission Friday, January 20 phasize the candidate-- dual atian worker from Salt Lake must be in the of her daughter, Mrs. Haley The one day session had been the Old Rock Church, and in- - Cedar City on January 7 ifications, she said These are Cit, as president of their or- applications hands of district Williamson and suffered Mrs short a dinner eluded a presidents supplementary, of course, to set so that commission memSherratt. ganization for the next two of Women's Federated Clubs the varioos letters of broken pelvis, besides cuts years He succeeds Dr. Keith Victor Robinson bers could be on hand the program. Bishop Feb to Mrs mendation and the detailed has been 20, and and by according bruises, i3arnos anThomas two of KtnsV.lle following days for the Morley, District presided. Walter A. Kerr, Utah chair- - historits which are in the hospital since the time convention of the Utah Governor of Lions Internanual required Lee Warburton. Tooele, was The choir, under the direc- Wildlife of the accident. nian 0f the American Moth- - in the formal applications. was gust speaker, Federation. tional, elected to term another the as tion of D. Amasa Stones, sang Her daughter, Mrs Dora tT'. Commtitee Mrs. Clair W. Scott Mitchell was Application blanks ma be During the Friday meet- and on Hulet. Parowan, s sportsmens The Lord Is My Shepard Mrs. and repiesentatie driver, president Whitney, Master of Ceremonies. secured by writing to Mrs studied commissioners The opening prayer was offer- ing small daughte the five man Utah Boaul of of the Southern District U. Whitneysr Musical 132 furSt numbers were reKerr, and University a financial approved ed by Willard Lund. Mrs. were the other occupants of Big Game Control. W. C. which includes Salt Lake I. nished to Mrs or dinner a during by City the departThe follow ing first and see Washington, Kane Garfiield Ethel S. Robb gave a life his- port covering the car. Both of them were Clair Hulet, Parowan Informments operations during 1955. boys accordian trio, on ond f released from the hospital ice presidents were e- - and Beaver Counties. tory of the deceased. The HberLund.Duae'Cim" of ation asked for includes edushowed an income The the day of the accldcnt credentials of cation, From speakers included Doyle Rob of figures for the written oreaux and Kenneth Topreligious and civic $1,839,170 'ear with ham of a inson, Leonard Evans of candidates the submitted, of the candidate, Paragonah. for the period, and Morgan B. Ed- expenditures ii.g boards. of judges will select details group dinThe venison and each mem-be- i ham noted 026. was also concerning It wards of Delta. The closing $1,608 First district- Phil Mabe, the District Mother to reprener and was and letserved of her was division each family, prepared that living remarks were by Bishop Robfir in the Ed State sent area this Clearfield, Christensen, h ters of reference from persons within its own operational by the Daughters of the inson. Logan. Second district: Ray Contest. in religion, education, and a pioneers. ago year budget approved a AlA Utah mother, Mrs. Woodward, Standardville; Special musical number was She must civic catagories Other action taken covered len Bond, Duchesne. Third C. Fugal of Pleasant also be a vocal duet, Whispering the following: to travel to cases where hunters had been willing The Parowan Stake will district. J. II. Heisch, Provo, Grove, was not only the State New York Hope, by Rula Orton and for a the naaccidents in involved City Studied an insurance policy gun Mary Dawn Dalton, accom- - to cover department employ. field during the recent fall hold their MIA Gold and Thad Hansen. Provo. Fourth Mother in 1955, but was tional ceremonies in case she panied by Mrs. J. Lowe Bar- - , ees jn performance of law en. seasons. The commission ask- Green Ball Saturday night district Buck Young, Ilcih- - named American Mother of should be declared state winton. January 28 in the Parowan field, Leslie Andersen, Manti. the Year. ner; and must submit a pictforement duties. This matter ed for more detailed informSchool Gym. Music will Fifth district: Chester A. High the Another lady, Mrs J. Frank ure (not a snapshot) of herClosing song was by was tabled for further study ation before any decision is be furnished by the Star- - Thomas, Zion Park, Othel (Roene Sometime Well Un- and approval of the attorney made concerning license rechoir, Syrett) Houston of self. Her youngest child must lite Orchestra. Peay, Nephi. derstand and J. Lowe Bar- generals office. vocation in these two I'anguitch, was the Southern not be less than 15 years of It will be and Bill I Mother last year and age. Any legal mother is eldistrict District rep-ton offered the closing prayer. two of Rcavley, Studied reports there will be special decora- rcsentative for the National represented her area at the Mrs. J. Lowe Barton was igible with the exception of tions and a floor show. It is Wildlife Federation, remind- state finals in Salt Lake City. a divorcel mother. at the organ throughout the LOCAL a budget entertainment and ed delegates that they were She, along with other district services. Some qualifications for the all mutual age are invited to mmbers of the largest nationhas agreed to assist American' Mother include: winners, R atL. for Halterman left who officials Burial was in the ParagonCounty attend. Ruby Orton and Verl al organization of its kind and the district officers in their 1. that she be a successful ah Cemetery, where Frank tended the convention of Co. California on Wednseday. He Taylor are the stake activity urgd continued development search and selection of a Mortensen gave the dedicat- Officials in Salt Lake last was accompanied by his councilors. mother, as evidenced by the of a conservation program to rt presentative for 1956. offerand his and Mr. floral brother The and Sat. character and achievements wife, Thursday, prayer. Friday ory attract greater membership proven of hr individual children. Experience ' has ings were carried by grand- include County Attorney Jim Mrs. Millard Halterman. and public support. that only by the credentials 2. that she be an active Bob will bring his wife, children and other relatives Marsden, County Clerk W. sethe can of submitted Director J. has been who member of a religious body. Clair Rowley, accompanied by and friends. judges Perry Egan visiting with Delect mother. Fish the of Utah the Com3. that she embody those the back Mrs. with winning Department Doug Fowlers, Rowley; County She was born in Paragoanh thortailed and and Game brief a him. Jess Albert traits presented completeness highly regarded in Guymon, Jones, son of Grant September 22, 1870, a daugh- missioners of these of Jones the Mrs. organization ough Guyarrived home 'mothers; courage cheerfuldepartments last week summary ter of Margaret Evans and accompanied by is and Mitchcredentials financial Mrs. and Karl Mr. after mon and Warren very outgo income, important, Bullock; ness, served patience, affection, kindhaving the past Thomas Robert Owens. She NewsMrs. He Kerr 1955. four Harold Mrs. and ell DaiMr. Assessor and Hillman xplained. in the understanding and a operations during ness, County Air years of Force. her younglived here most souconHe has traveled extensively, was given a harty vote of paper clippings, pictures, homemaking abilitl. er life. She married Joseph ley, Sheriff Arthur Nelson, Mitchell attended the Al-- , venirs and many other items held Sunday having spent some time at fidence by the delegates. 4. that she examplify in her farewell Clerk .ary to Deputy County them and Barton Vesley for different Lake Salt bases Evans. in in Texas, Nelife and conduct the precept Business of the convention evening were born 6 children, 4 of berta son oldest of the Golden Rule. braska, Mitchell, Kansas, Alaska and resultd in forming and Douglas whom survive her; Gilbert O. Mrs. He Albert 5. that she have a sense of and Dr. of England. received his dis federation Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Smith and Ted of Parowan; Mrs. covering soon in will leave who charge Mitchell, Nebraska. Lincoln, conservation and responsibility in civci affairs practices. Haley Sherratt of Los Angeles are combining business and Albert has mission. French for as the that she be active in serserved and a mechthe of of Kunz Full organizTwo large signs advertisand Mrs. Margaret support pleasure with a trip to Cal. anic on and intends to ation was again given to all ing Parowan were a 7 vice for public benefit. Salt Lake City. Also surviving They plan to be gone two on placed make mechanics a career. Mrs. Edna Peterson left 6. that she be qualified to state and national legislation the highway to the north and are 19 grandchildren and 17 weeks. While there, Eldpn Mother of A- furthering land, water and south of town last week by represent the great grandchildren, also a will attend a convention of last Thursday for a visit in Mr. and Mrs. all Jesse responsibilities in Lake Salt Lister wildlife management. with her sister, members of the Chamber of merica neice, Mrs. Margaret Edwards .the Shell Oil Company at and family left here Saturady Mrs. Rosena Bradfield. attached to her role as the Commerce. and a nephew, Silar Owens, San Bernardino. 7 for Las Vegas on a Mother. January National of Mr. son Dell J. The first sign was placed Bennett, both of Delta. business trip. On the way and Mrs. Dell Bennett, and Jess has on been left Word here received Any organizations, church Guymon just this side of Cove Fort, She was active in temple down Mrs. Lister became 11 busiand on son of Mr. Mrs. here Davis that Edward and one the a to the south was groups, clubs, etc., in the disSaturday evening Larry Hyatt, work and served as a visiting and was taken to the hospital Mrs. of ness to Los both of has been located Circleville Mrs. in the near the Zion junction tricts have the privilege of Hyatt, Floyd Angeles. trip teacher in the Relief Society. in Las Vegas. She was serioushave Pneuon him as with California, Guymon nominating a candidate, Mrs. accompanied Redding, Highway 91. She was respected and loved Panguitch hospital ly ill for a fe wdays, but was been visiting here this week. said. Judging vill take Las as far two Kerr Wallace Mrs. The Mr. she and monia. where Vegas were for her large signs by all who knew her well to come home enough s. to their painted by LeRoy Skidmore place Feb. 20 to 25 with the They expect to return kindness and sympathy to all. Hulet spent one day last week visited with the Lloyd the first of the week. homewith her and report Friday. Roy Hyatt will during the late summer, but winning candidates credenThe later years of her life visiting home is now she and back at with them for a visit due to complications, espec- tials to be forwarded to state that she has spent living with her The MIA Gold and Green go Next in his with Monday evening family in California ially with land acquisition at headquarters for judging on four children. At the time of slowly improving. the two sites, a long delay in March 1. All District Mothers the Second Ward MIA meet- Ball held here Saturday night and Oregon. her death she was living with The Ivan Decker family ing William Carlston will was very much a success. them out has occured. will be honored at a public getting and daughter, hei It is hoped that business function in Salt Lake City left last Thursday to make give a travelogue on Norway The floor show was very Mr. and Mrs. Earl Sherratt. their home in Las Vegas, to the Special Interest Group. good and the decorations were Warren Smith has enrolled houses will follow the Cham- during April. The state winbeautiful while . . lasted. they atto All is are Decker adults invited where Mr. at the CSU for the winter bers lead and place signs ner will compete with other Mr. and Mrs. Hyatt Bent :y bloser to town advertising State Mothers for the Natend. Mutual will start at Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Will- - RuarterFred Bentley and Miss Lou local businesses, 7:30 p.m. said How- tional title in New York City iamson and daughters of Las Dell Edwards came down ard Chamber and and Dalton Mr. Mrs. Tebbs Harell Pres. on Mothers Day. of Le Knight, Mrs King and Larry Mr ?d Vegas spent the week end' from Provo to spend last Adams came home from the have been Francisco spent las week end in Calif. here San visiting with Mrs. Jennie week end with the Charles Gil- University of Utah to spend They combined business and here Wlth, . YisitinJ is who in the Williamson, Bentleys. last week end with their pleasure in Los Angeles and Iron and the CalRobinsons bert CONCLAVE Oil WHEAT County Hospital in ser Monrovia. families. vin Robinsons. Sous condition - eonser-entertainme- nt i , ( I Par-owa- n, Parowan Stake U-ta- Scts Gold Green Ball semi-form- ID - j La-vin- i al NFK PFBSnHH PARAGONAH News Notes i dis-lutio- ns Chamber Places Highway Signs B-4- Guy-mon- t - son-in-la- w - Nofice You are hereby notified that a proceeding entitled, In the Matter of he General Deermination of the Rights to the Use of all Water, Both Surface and Underground within the Drainage Area of Parowan Valley in Iron, Garfield, and Beaver Counties, in Utah, has been commenced and is now pending in the District Court of the Fifth Judicial District in and for the County of Iron, State of Utah, for the general determination of all water rights in ithe Parowan Valley drainage area in Utah and including all springs and under- ground Water. All claimants to the use of water from said source are hereby required to notify the State Engineer of Utah, 403 State Capitol, Salt Lake Citv. Utah, of their names and addresses on or before May 31, 1956. W. Clair Rowley. Clerk of the District Court, Iron County, Utah Dated this 16 day of January. 1956 Adrian Dalton of Panguitch spent part of last week here or account of the illness of his father, Rulon Dalton. Mrs. Betty Decker entertained at her home last Wed. evening in honor of her Mrs. Retta Waters. sister-- in-law, AlMrs. Metta Robinson t is of their birth the visiting in Solidad, Calif, ger report and first grandchild, a girl born with her to Mr. and Mrs. Danny Mil- - daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bill ler of Salt Lake City, Stephens. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Hiller Mrs. Hilda Tullis is visiting of alt Lake City are paternal La-- , and daughter, Mrs. her and grandparents, W. Elliot in C. Mrs. and Mr. Parowan of is vina Alger Elliots have The Utah. Roy, great grandmother. Mrs. Alger has spent the a new baby girl born the past three weeks in Salt Lake latter part of December. with her daughter, Myrna and A number of friends called and Danny and upon her reEdna Peterson on Jan. 17 on the and turn brought Myrna honor of her birthday. The in a for here to visit new baby time was spent vistiing, after while. which a dainty lunch was Among the many out of served. A baby girl was born to town people who were here Mr. and Mrs. Homer Whitney for the Barton funeral last ir. a Provo hospital on Jan. Mrs. and Dr. Saturday were D. C. Henderson of Ogden, 24. The little gal, their first, and Mrs. Haley Sherratt and weighed in at 62 pounds. Mary Walker of Los Angeles, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Griner of whose Mesa, Arizona and Mr. and nd many others names the Times didnt learn. Mrs. B. E. Whitney of Par- owan are the grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Warren son-in-la- son-in-la- j w w car accident. Frank Lister had the mis- V She isnt improving as well from a hay as expected and her condition fortune to fall stack, injuring him so that he had to spend some time in $ now is very poor. Mr. and Mrs. J. Lowe Bar the Iron County Hospital. ton and son made a trip to However, he is recovering. Satl Lake City Tuesday. Mrs. Roene Lund started an Mon. Mrs. Bertha Topham spent upholstering class last e M n a very enjoyable week when in a ing and sister, Anyone intereste hr brother-in-laouc Mr. and Mrs. Gorge Squires, this class may ge in Lund. came down from Salt Lake with Mrs. and took her atid another j an s 6th, 7 Benson Mr. of Lois Mrs. sister, Bryant a are 8th presenting grades Cedar City, to Phoenix, Ariz. to visit with the Grant Smths play Thursday afternoon of that city. l . gf ' Vv Vt)4' 'V S' BKOMCS A f & 0f 0U8'' i A 'it w Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mar- tin of Sierra Madre, Calif, spent las week visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. Lowe Barton. Aunt Belle Topham spent a week in the Iron County Hospital but is now at the heme of her son and family, the Herbert Tophams. Her condition hasnt improved much. Like This Issue? We dont either. Unfortunately there is nothing we can do about it. Our news ropy is still on the hook and our linotype refuses to run. We hope to have it repaired by next wek. iecretory of Agriculture Ezra Toft Benson, left. Rep. Robert Harrison (R. Neb.) enter, and Rep. Henry Aldous Dixon (R. Utah) right, are shown conferring on he possibilities of giving differential price supports to encourage production of he most desirable wheat. The discussion took place recently at a wheat exhibit us the patio of the Agriculture Dept. ?