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r 1 r . 1 3 Coxp. ri;- -1 ETiilt r:l, L'l:c :U 2 ' . . VC. City PAROWAN TIM PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, UTAH, MARCH NUMBER NINETEEN Whitney To Head County Red Cross Last Rites Held Rams Topple For Samuel J. Beaver, Cinch Drive, Community Heads Selected Tourney Berth Whitney March has been proclaimbeen set as follows: held Robinson services ed by President Eisenhower as Red Cross Month. 1956 " During this month Red Cross chapters throughout the nation will sponsor fund drives to raise money to sponsor the organizations activities for the ciming year. Plans have been laid for the fund drive in Iron County according to Chairman Golda Guymon, Parowan. Gaylord Whitney has bem I residential Enoch, $50. It was also pointed out that a good portion of the money is retained bv the local chanter to maintain its activities For instance last vear $411 appointed chairman of the was spent in Iron County on drive in Iron County, and in the blood program plus an turn has announced the additional $600 for local area drive chairman as fol- help and $750 that was used lows: to carry out a Home Nursing Cedar City residential area-D.- program. A. F. Rich; Cedar Citv Also the county maintains business district, J. Frank Daifirst aid stations. They three ley; Parowan, Golda Guymon; are located an Paragonah. Paragonah. Golda ToDham; Kanarraville and Beryl. First Kan arraville, Opal Williams; aid classes are also taught Newcastle, Kay Knell; Sumthe men maintaining the with mit, Mrs. Ray Farrow; Mostation during the instrucdena. Mr. and Mrs. Alton work. tion Pendleton; Beryl, Mr. and Last year at the reouest of Mrs. Don Applegate: Lund. the national headouarters for Mr. and Mrs. J. L Holyoak, the Iron County chant- help, and Enoch and Midvalley. er also sent an additional $120 Stewart Murie. The quota for Iron County to hlp in the relief work on has been set at S3, 460. This the Eastern seaboard An add. is $500 more than the 1955 itional $30 contributed from of the countv was quota, it was pointed out. The sent this for a total don- with reason for this increase in of ation $150. tremendous is the the quota increase in relief work by the Whitnev.asked that the cit- 'national organization in con- izens of the countv cooperate nection with the manv dis- in he important project bv asters throughout the nation. giving when thev are contact- ed by the local Red Cross. Quotas for each of the communities in the county has com-mui- Funeral area. were Speakers Dr. J. S. Stubbs, Connell Mitchell, K nt Prestwitch of Cedar City, and Whitney. Stuart Adams and Will L. Adams. John Simkins, took the lead in the opening minutes and included Musical numbers Abide With Mee by a doub- the game. le mixed quartette consisting The game was much more of Claude Orton, Verl Tavlor. exciting than the score might Karl Mitchell, Harold Mitch- show. During the first half ell, Ramona Stubbs, Alice the Rams maintained a lead Mitchell, Shirley Evans, and of three or four points, with Frankie Lou Bentley, with the half time score reading and then in the second Mary Lyman aocompianist-Springtimin the Rockies half they ran away from the by a ladies trio composed of Beavers to rack up a 14 point J ty r j Ramona and Elna Stubbs, and Shirley Rowley; and Let the Lower Lights be burning by a male quartette composed of Karl and Harold Mitchell, Verl Taylor and Claude Orton. Itha Mortensen played the prelude and postlude music, At the home, the prayer was offered by Arnold O. Gurr.. At the church Ancil J. Adams offered the opening prayer, and L. Nelson den, the closing prayer. Pres, Howard Knight dedicated the grave at the cemetary. Pall bearers were: Alma Bettridge, Philip K. Smith, Morgan Slack, Eugene Orton, and Robert Benson. Floral offerings were taken care of by Roca Mitchell and Alice Haycock. Mars-individua- j ls ds pre-medi- sons-in-la- ter-in-la- cs w w CSU To Host Tournament Details for Region 4 tournament are being handled thr year by the College of Southern Utah. Four teams will meet in Cedar City on Mare'i 9 and 10 to determine a representative to the national junior college tournament in Hutchins, Kansas. Oregon will undoubtedly accept an invitation to participate. according to Cleo Petty, an officer in he Intercollegiate Athletic Council. Boise is definately a team to comin pete, and CSU, runer-u- p the juco division of the race makes up the th:J team. The last team has not yet been qualified. The tournament, played at Weber last year, was won The Athletic Council at CSU has met to determine the incidentals in sponsoring the tournament. The trophi'c have been purchased for th IC-A- champion and individual honors which will be recognizd according during the play-offto chairman of the council A. W. Stephenson. s, C VOLUME EORTY Sen. Bennett Given Assurance Of Committee Calls Meeting The Parowan Improvements In Utah's Parks Cty Recreation Committee meeting will be held on Monday, March 5, at 8 p m. in the courthouse All people interested in this program for Parow an are urged to be present at this meet- ing The purpose of this meet- ing is to outline a program for the next five years or so. All clubs and organizations are asked to have someone there to represent their group. Sen. WAillaic F. Bennett last week got an assur anie of "unprecedented improvements" in Utah's Nutiona (R-Uta- Parks and Monuments. Hie senator disclosed, foliowing a meeting with Naton.i' Park Sen ice Director Ginrad L Writh and other top oifiua1 ot the NTS, that definite plans now have been made for the Utah parks both on a short-rangand a basis. lor the immediate future, we have an appropriation o' aproximarely $1.5 million, uhith is almost three rimes th amount for the current fiscal year, Sen. Bcnnert cxplaincd "Aand for the future, we have a detailed program o' steady development of roads, visitors tenters, campground' and other facilities." The senator emphasized that none of the money would b used to expand the boundrie of existing areas. The contemplated at present is to make Zion Nations' Monument a part of Zion National Park, which would b' done under a bill introduced several weeks ago by Sen Bennett. e A program for the Utah parks is part of Mission 66, Sen. Bennett explained. The plans call for new development and visitors centers in all of Utahs national parks and monuments. Sen. Bennett received assurance that road developments into Arches and Zion National Monuments will be undertaken in the near future. j , e reception in the newlv-weds- ,. Mr A wedding honor of and Mrs. Rodney S. Prisbrev. was held Thurs. evening. d Feb. 23 in the Parowan Ward Relief Society First-Secon- Rooms. 59-4- 5. Red-me- Whitney 3 Mitchell 2 Senator Wallace F. Bennett (R. Utah) confer with Conrad L. Virth, Director, National Park Service, on Utah National Park and Monument problems. They discussed this year's record breaking appropriation for Utah's parks, recommended by Senator Bennett, which more than triples last year's appropria- 7 4 tion figure. Also discussed was the President's for park development called Mission 66. Elementary young married Ar-le- j en j parents. Donald Gurr, Lvle Mortensen and Melvin K Hvatt earn down from Provo to spend last week with their families. Gordon L. Halterman. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Haltor-mais now hairstylist to. structor at the Hollywood College. and is also a hairstylist at Leons Beautv Solon two days a week in Long Beach. son of The Third Ward Relief Society will hold its special March meeting on Sunday evening. March 4 at 7 pm., in the Third Ward Chanel The theme is Search Ye The Scriptures, with special musical numbers by the sin Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Ha nr- - . Mothers. Everyone is spent a couple of davs vited tQ attend last week in Panguitch. n. in-m- an The 1956 MIA Playwriting Cempetition is now open and closing date is September 30, 1956, it has been announced by the MIA Drama Committee of the General Boards of the YWMIA and YMMIA auxiliary organizations of the LDS Church. Manuscripts are being considered in four classes as follows: Class A for full length plays; Class B for musicals; and Class C for short plays; with a special category, Young Writers Section for authors who have not yea reached their twentieth birthdays. All plays received will be rated superior, excellent or good for publication or reject. Wil-coc- Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jones spent last week end in Pleasant Grove with Mrs. Jones ten-ye- program School Gets MIA Committee Announces 1956 Encyclopedia Set A set of World Book EncyPlaywriting Competition Now Open clopedia complete with an all bo-qu- et i e long-rang- n, couple were steel mobile book stand has Thurs. afternoon been received by the Iron Feb. 23, in the St. George County School District as a LDS Temple. gift from the Utah Copper The bride is the daughter Division, Kennecott Copper of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hojv-oa- k Corporation. of Parowan and the groom Supt. Ian thus Wright said is the son of Mr. and Mrs. the nineteen volume set will be placed in the Parowan Heber Prisbrey of Cedar. The brides dress was floor 'School where it will fill a length of whte chantillv lace ang standing ned for library over satin, with long sleeves Each of the forty school and high stand up collar and reference material, fitted bodice buttoned to a districts of the state, plus St. pointed waist. The finger-ti- p Marys of the Wasatch, are veil of brides illusion lace, receiving a set under a $5,000 was caught from a crown of miscellaneous school aid grant seed pearls. She carried a by Utah Copper Division. of red roses tied with The superintendant in each white ribbon. of the districts will select the Sharon Holyoak. sister of particular school in which he the bride was maid of honor, set will be placed. dressed in a ballerina length Superintendant Wright said gown of pastel blue and car-- j a special gift page included ried a nosegay of carnations. in the set explained the purLittle Michelle Holyoak was pose of the reference volumes flower girl, in a blue frock as follows: and carried a basket of yellow A good education is the daffodils. The Misses Marg- foundation for better citizenaret Barton, Joyce Tullis. the and development of ship k Holvoak, Emilv Mae skills needed in modern Amerand Luella Philips were ica. Both are essential to the bridesmaids and wore balprogress of our lerina length dresses of pasfeT continuing To help achieve country. great shades and carried nosegays these desireable goals, which of carnations. will enhance our individual Deloy Prisbrey acted as futures, this set of World best man. Books is presented to the stuThe mothers of both the dents of the Parowan Elemenbride and groom wore carnaUtah Copper Division, tary by tion corsages. Kennecott Copper The new Mr. and Mrs. Prisbrev will make their home in Cedar City where Mr. PrisMr. and Mrs. Ellis Hunt brev is employed. and family of St. George spent Adrian Dalton sPent last last week end here with the week here on busines. Lorin Smiths. The r onb-chang- victory of Goldie Adams was top man for Beaver with 14 points, followed by Easton with 13. The Rams, being the first place team in the Millard Division will play the Cedar winners of the Dixie Division, for the Region Six championship the last night of the Round Robin, March 9 and 10, with the place to be determined later. This game will have no effect on the Parowan boys for going to the state tournament. The Rams will travel to Provo on Tuesday. March 13, to prepare for their Tirst game which will be on the 14th in the BYU Fieldhouse. f pts pf fg ft 9 2 Stubbs 1 3 Adams 1 3 Simkins . long-rang- e 10-yea- 33-2- 5, Luella A. Dalton Named Southern Newly-WeDistrict, UFWC "Mother Of Year" Honored At Mrs. Luella Adams Dalton, 66, wife of Harley W. Dalton Recention of Parowan, has been named Mother of the Year for the Southern District, according to Mrs. Clair Hulet, District President of Utah Federated Women's Clubs. Mrs. Dalton was selected by a committee of impartial judges from nonv'iy cions mhm'tted from the district which includes Beaver, Iron, Washington, Kane, and Garfield Counties. Her name structor in the U. S. Air Force; will now be entered with thosa Alma, who is a case worker in of the District Mothers from the Oregon Welfare Dept, the ten other UFWC Districts while he is finishing his rein Utah for the State title. quirements for a college deThe winning candidate was gree. Warren A. is in the sponsored by the Paulina business with his father dairy here; PioCamp, Daughters of Utah neers and the Parowan Liter- Antoine A., is in the Univers. of Utah school of mediary Club of Parowan. She suc- ity and Edward A., is takcine; ceeds Mrs. Roene Syrett Houshis at the U ton of Panguitch who held the ing for entrance in preparation District title for the past year. into Northwestern University Mrs. Dalton has mothered Dental School next fall. two families, her mother A most versatile woman, and her own. At the age of 14 Mrs. Dalton has rendered unshe assumed the responsibility of her seven younger brothers told service to the public. She and sisters after her mothers has perhaps done more tha death. With the aid of neigh- any other person in this combors and relatives, she learn- munity to preserve the hised to make most of the cloth- tory of the pioneers to this ing and do the cooking for the area. She is an authority on children, the youngest of this subject and has served which was only nine months as a source of authentic information on Iron County hisold. She was She also raised a family of tory for many years.of the Parfirst the president nine sons and daughters, eight of whom are married and owan Camp of the Daughters of Utah Pioneers and has servhave families of their own. County DUP Historian Five of her seven sons, her ed as 17 years. She compiled one for and a two have served in the history of the area after completing a historical research armed services. project for the WPA. She has Her children are Carolina written a book on the histo; (Mrs. Delbert) Johnson and of the area which she hopes to Wavne) have (Mrs. Josephine published one of these Bouck, both of Salt Lake days. City; Harrel A., a salesmen Along with her normal diof Salt Lake City; James Paul the Brigham Young who ploma, a graduate pharmacist heads all Veterans Pharm- University awarded her spec. Continued to Page 3 acies in Tennessee: CaDt. Doninald Dalton, a jet pilot 1956 City Recreation were By Dale the The Rams did it. Thev sein afternoon Thursday $1,000: Cedar business distThird Ward Chapel for Sam- cured a berth in the State rict. 1,640; Parowan. $500, B uel J. Whitney, who died in Class Tournament by Paragonah. $100; Kanarra-- , the Iron County Hospital on beating Beaver in the Paroville, $40: Newcastle. $35: Services were under wan High Gym last Friday Summit. $35: Modena, $50-- , Monday. Howof direction the night. Bervl, $60: Lund, $20. and ard M. Adams. Bishop The Parowan boys. Don Cedar 1, Those accepted for publication will be purchased for the 1957 MIA Book of Plays at rates which will vary with the rating of excellence. Full length plays and musicals judged superior mav be purchased for $300; those judged excellent may be pur. chased for $200; . and those good may be" purchased for $100. Short plays judged superior may be purchased for $150; those excellent mav be purchased for $100 and those good may be purchased for $50. Plays received in Young Writers Section be purchased at the same rates. the MIA purchases to in the publish plays right annual MIA Book of Plays and the right for regularly organized MIA groups to produce such plays without furThe ther . royalty arrangements. All other rights remain the property of the authors. Membership in the LDS Church is not a prerequisite but all plays are subject to the standards of that group. Plays submitted must .be typewritten without extensive handwritten corrections or notations and must be bound in a cover of some kind. They must not be postmarked later than September 30. 1956. Judging will begin immed iately on the closing date of the contest and judges decis ions will be made as soon as possible. All decisions are final. Dinosaur National Monument has been given high priority for development. Sen. Bennett explained. He disclosed that an additional $106,609 will be spent for roads in the Dinosaur quarry area as a result of the Interior Appropriation Bill passed by the House last week. The bill now includes a total of $615.99 for Dinosaur, compared with the fiscal 1956 appropriation of $33,995. This will mean that there will be a new $275,000 visit- ors center. $80,000 for employee housing, $98,000 for water and sewers, and a road to service these facilities, all of which will be in the quarry area. Sen. Bennett said. The senator said he plans to take vigorous action to get the bill through the Senate, and expressed confidence that it would pass in substantially its present form, with a possibility of increase in some key items. This is an impressive beginning for the Mission 66 program, and is good news to the people of Utah, who have been awaiting this long overdue development for decades Sen. Bennett said. A. Parent And Sons F. F. Banquet Slated By Kent Whitnev The Parowan Chanter of Future Farmers are planning their annual Parent and Sons Banquet for Saturday, March 3. A very fine program has been outlined for the evenings festivities. The speaker for t. the evening will be Glen professor from the CSU. He has recently spent two years in Iran, and will show teen-ag- e casts. some film slides taken while Complete details of the com- he was there. The guest of honor for the petition are available upon re. auest at the MIA General Of- evening will be Susan Benfices. 40 or 50 North Main St.. son. the Chapter Sweetheart the Salt Lake City. for this year. may Everyone who has a son in the F. F. A. is cordially invited to come out and enjov There is no limit as to subject matter of the plays nor the type of treatment. Plavs will be iudged for However, there is a definite need for plays using Local And Personal Nesw Mrs. Martha Kirckpatrick is the proud grandmother of a 7 pound baby girl, born at the Iron County Hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Don Kirckpat- rick of Altadena, California, on Feb. 27. Mr. and Mrs, J. C. Apple- of Cedar City are the f Mrs. Joan Hunter of Santa Ana, California, spent last week here with her pare the D. Ortons, and other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. D. Orton spent part of the week in Salt Lake City. j ( the evenings entertainment. Also here for the Whitney funeral were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Benson of Orem; Mr. and Mrs. Hardison Adams of Salt Lake City; Mr. and Mrs. John Anderson of Salt Lake; Marilyn Warner spent last week end in Salt Lake City with relatives and friends. While there, she was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Stevens. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Decker of Provo; Mr. and Mrs. Wal-galac horntonf Draper and Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Chashly of Casper. Wyoming. Mr. and Mrs. Rav Gillens of Salt Lake City, spent last week end in Parowan with the Deward Bentleys and jn Minersville with Mr. and Mrs. Jewel Gillens. te maternal grandparents. Wal-ouis- play-worthine- Last Saturday, Feb. 25, the Second Ward Bishopric took Mr. and Mrs. Keith Dodge the members of the Aaronic of Susanville. Calif, are visitPriesthood to Provo to attend ing here with Mrs. Dodges basketball family. While thev are here the o thirty-twwere There game. they are staying at the Anna and Eva Adams home. people making the trip BYU-Monta- na .