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page PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, UTAH, MARCH 18, 1956 1 Survey Made Of Dixie Deer Herd, Winter Range Conditions Observed Officials of the Dixie National Forest, the Utah Fish and Game Dcparment and the Bureau of Land Management District I, have just completed a survey of the winter range conditions of the Dixie Deer Herd. The work was done ccxiner-atevlI tween the three agencies and consisted of a careful examinat on of the condition and vigor of the browse plants, a check on the condition of the soil and a count of the deer seen in these sample areas. Mood-nea- r Beginning on Leap Creek 'Flat, Beaver Dam Wash, workDiamond the Valley. Pin Pintura y Wash, group ed on Leeds Creek and Yantlto and at New Harmony. No y visit'l(fqQfCt BartOfl linson of Colorado are . ling here with relatives. They. reunRobinson The Relief Society Annual Jcame for the BGCOITIOS MTS. ion and remained here to visit Day celebration began at 6 K. p m. a banquet for all married MELVA BARTON, Correspon Ellis and Hyrum Robinson, Mrs. La Vern Stevenson of his sisters, Mrs. Lula people of the ward and the (anj On Saturday, March 10, special guests. Pres, Howard Las Vegas, came up for the pastian and Mrs. Sadie Stones. Miss Reya Margaret Barton Knight and Mr. and Mrs. Har- - funeral services for her broth, M and daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Amenz3 Tophm. old Mitchell and Mr. and Mrs. Arvii. Thomas G. Barton, became the d thejr She visited for a short tunc Thales Brown of Parowan. nd bride of Mr. Larry K. McGar. flnd Mf jof gt The table decorations were Mrs. Clarence Lamoreaux of son of Mr. and Mrs, G. D. made by La Rue White. A proHenderson, stopped here for McGarry of Cedar City. The gram followed dinner. double ring ceremony took A talk was given by Elder white lace over taffeta. She w,l Douglas Knell of Cedar City, jthe funeral services of their R ligion in Cedar City. Mr. who recently returned from ''A'ly party ,and Ineice, Mrs. Gene Giles Bolander of the College were the best an LDS Mission in Hawaii. en, for dance and The Ward Bishopric officiated. program A square dance was hed bat worn- and avors were Ward Building fund, will For her wedding the bride last Tuesday in Mutual, with glvei?. t0 everyoe. afterwhlcp b held Saturday night. March chose a floor length, off the Oscar J. Hulet as instructor, adehcious lunch was served. the school house. There !shoulder model of imported The committee in charge was pr)gram Jnd there place at the LDS Institute of will also be food on sale. wore a juliet cap of lace trimSamuel Abbot was able to med with pearls and sequins. his family. come bome rom Salt Bake A long veil of bridal illusion The officers of the Summit Mrs. Melva Barton announces where has been in the LDS was attached to the cap, and that next Tuesday, March 20, a11 day quilting will be Hospital. He is feeling much site carried a boquet of white h h orchids and gardiniss. held- The bterary lesson will letter at the present time. cf B Srand Dalley and The matron of honor, Mrs. Mrs. Carrol Buterfield Mr. and Mrs. Ordell Walker Robin- - her children are here to spend Peggy Dobrusky, was gowned Ronald Mrs. and Mr. and family were week end some time with Mrs. Butter- in a pink nylon model, the visitors with the Ray Farrow scn are Pe prud parents, fields parents, Mr. and Mrs. attendants, the Misses Imma last a baby boy; btrn and Bovd "ew, Abbott. Samuel ' Walker families. Jane Benson, Myrna Green, atthe Ir?n Mrs. Susannah Hulet has ,Hf makes bis three Barton Cecil Lowder, and Mrs. Joan Mrs. and Mr. Patty afterlpitab just returned home them. Mrs. Robinson and family spent a day last Mortensen, Mrs. Peggy Jensen, for spending the winter with the new baby are staying week in Mesquite, Nevada and Mrs. Ailcen Prisbrey, all brother-in-laand sister, Mr. wore similar models of pink, with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. with Mrs. Bartons folks. and Mrs. Millard Halterman, for a few days. is working in blue and yellow nylon. Tueir Lund Ivan Wilson Johnson in California. They were the Mr. and Mrs. Dale Gordon Milford at the present time. corsages consisted of gardimas guests of the llaltermans and two children have been Relief and red roses. the afternoon Suday and daughter, Mr. Kenneth J. Jensen acted as here for a few days with Mrs. Society gave the program in and Mrs. Max Gouge and famGordon's mother, Mrs. Grant Sacrament Meeting. The theme best man ily of Pasadina. The newdy w eds w'ere honorleft for heir home was Search Ye the ScriptJones. Mrs Ann Madsen is home jn Idaho on Tuesday, ures." The music was furn- ed at a reception that evening after visiting for two months , Mr and MrS- Raiph Edwards ished by the Singing Mothers. n the arowan d with her children in Southern ent to Salt Lake City last A badly needed drinking vVard Relief Society rooms. She spent one 'Tuesday. California. Mr. and Mrs. McGarry aie fountain Was recently instalMr anj Mrs. j0hn R. led in the Paragonah school. r.ow living in Salt Lake City. night with the Elmer Madsen in Henderson on her way home. and son Dwight Dailey Lloyd of Granger, Utah, and Mrs. Ordena Dailey, who has been spending the winter in Northern Utah, were week end visitors at the Howard and IvanDalley homes. A Republican Mass Meeting was held at the home of Balph Green, Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Bill visited with Mrs. snow was found on any of these sample areas and the deer were widely scattered. In general the most important browse plants on these game winter ranges are, bitterbrush, cliffrose, sagebrush, quinine bush, and ceanothus. In many places these plants were found to be depleted and in low vigor because of overuse. This condition results in decreased forage production which in turn affects the number of deer which can use the area. PARAGONAH News Notes Summit News McGarry Larry ; j 'V Ow-cn- , -- - p o Get the facts! Get the figures ! Get the TRUTH about automobile prices and youll find. .. FORD IS PRICED LOWEST OF s THE LOW-PRICE- THREE! D T,rSvhad - I her'J w son-in-la- w Tly FORD prices are firm prices on cars ready for delivery. . .with all the costs included! Here's an example: Well deliver to you a 56 Ford tudor with tax, license and carry." charges included for only $48.38 per month. This is based on 30 of the purchase price being covered by your trade-in- . 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