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f.ve PA ROWAN TJMLS. PAROWAN, 1 sei; NOIICE of No TICK IS HEREBY GIVEN t!..it u Iit'ii for repairs to and THE AMERICAN Murj.i1 of a 1943 Kaiser Sedan, Motor No 3t5706 owned bv La. i y V. Scott of Salina, UTAH, JANUARY 3, 1957 Plans Announced For Inaguration Gems Continued from Front Page Of course we weren't there Or Utah s New Governor but we understand someone WAY i Governor-elec- t George D. Civile wdl take offue Jan. 7, 1957 at ceremonies in the Utah State Capitol in Salt Lake City. Mrlva Burton, Reporter This announcement was The Boy Scouts held a dance ma le by Major General Max29. for the Ward December well E. Ruh, Utah Adjutant fund This was the building General who is in charge of entertainment only public Inagu-ratuthe arrangements for held during the holidays. Whats the matter with us, Also scheduled to take offare we losing the Christmas ice are: Supreme Court JustWe hud some good prospirit? ice. F. Henri Ifenroid, F Toronto, Secretary of State; grams before Christmas but Gen- we really fell down on the job E. R Calhster, . ,UtXVT Mrrr v t J I Attorney eral, Sherman J, Preeco, State after. Treasurer, and Sid Lambourne Mr. (State Auditor. 1 Oathy of office wll be administered by Utah Supreme Court Chief Justice. Roger I. McDonough at noon in the Capitol Routunda. General Rich will escourt Gov'-eleClyde. The new Governor will deliver his in- 1 PIIS-Dixi- e Understand Jim Barton has closed his cafe here and gone ,0 Cedar City to work as a cook. Don't know how many others there are that feel the same way, but we hate to see Jim leave us for two reasons He has been a good citizen, hes helped out in civic affairs w henever he was asked and wc hate to see another Parowan business fold up. i and Mrs. LoGrande Robb and niemU-rof their holiof the family spent part days here w ith LaGrand's par ents Mr. and Mrs. William T. Wc welcome these letters from our reuders and wish that more people who have something on their minds that they feel should he said would avail themselves of the space provided for them to say what they want to. s Robb. EFFECTIVE JANUARY The Daughters of the Pioneers next meeting will be augural address immediately held at the home of Mr Nora cere Barton Thursday, January 10 following the swearing-iat 2. o'clock p. m. mony. atThe public is invited to Mr. and Mrs. William T. tend the Inaguration. They will be seated on the Rotun- Davenport spent a few days da floor. The Utah National in Salt Lake City Guard Band will play during members of their family. Miss Helen Stones enterthe ceremony and ushers will he from the Guards 625th tained the officers and teach-jer- s of the Sunday School at Military Police Company. Following the Inaguration a very nice party at her home a reception will be held in the here Sunday evening. Capitol's Gold Room. State : Officials and their vyives will time. receive the public at We wi.-to express our sinLight refreshments will be cere thanks and appreciation served. to all the fine people of Parowan and surrounding comFARMERS URGED TO for their thoughtfull. munities IN VESTIGATE TREE PLANT ness and kindness at the passINC. UNDER SOIL BANK Eds, note: This is the first of ing of our wife and mother, a series of articles prepared Alice M. Stevens. To all who helped at the hy the Utah State Board of Forcstry and Fire Control, and home, and brought the fine is designed as an educational food. to all who participated program to encourage more at the fune-a- l services; to all participation in this conserv- who sent the beautiful flowers and to all of you for your ation practice. Tree planting under the friendship and sympathy, we Soil Bank program promises are most greatful and express to be invaluable not only to our sincere appreciation. farmers, but olso for economJoseph Stevens and F'amily ic good of the nation. Farmers can now afford, to plant part of their land into trees. 1, 57 ct Lienholder n NOTICE OF SALE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that a ben for repairs to and storage of a 1917 Studebakcr Big St dan, Motor No. 291191, Sor. No. Glib 1.113 owned by Don B Oiton of Parowan, Utah is being foreclosed by Advertisement of Sab. Th amount claimed by the BE IT ORDAINED by the City Council of Parowan City, uodt r , cut d is the sum of f7()(T for repairs made to County of Iron, State of Utah, that the following Budget be s i1 a ttomobile between Nov-- t and the same is hereby adopted as the Official Budget of 19.73 and November mb r Parowan City for the year 1957 and there is hereby appropri1!) L'77 and for storage of ated out of the City Treasury from estimated revenue, the e1 ,'n nubile in the amount sums proposed to be disbursed for the various items and of .27' for a total bill of Oity Departments hereinafter set forth, ?9,1 0 plus costs of sale. me and places of the Y. Estimated Receipts: ure sale is Saturday, fop General Property Taxes $14,500.00 the 12.li tlav of January, 1957 at t hnur of One Oclock p.m Apportioned as follows: i General Fund 2 900.00 of day at Smith Auto 1.740.00 Irrigation and Waterways St rv h - Mam Street Parowan Streets and Sidewalks . . . ! 2 320.00 M Utah which time and place Parks 725.00 the i mperty above described Public (Police 2.900.00 Safety Department) v ill b sold bv the Sheriff of Public Libraries 1,160.00 Iron County, Utah to the highRecreation 435.00 est h,d r. General Obligation Bond Retirement 2,320.00 I) .V this 2Ut day of DecDog Taxes 430.00 ern'"- 19.76. Fees Burial and Lots of Sale 400.00 Receipts, Cemetary SMITH AUTO SERVICE 1 550.00 Assessments Special by Eldon O. Smith Merchants Licenses . L400.00 Lienholder Rentals, City Building 2,000.00 Fines and Forfeitures Through the conservation 1,000.00 NOTICE OF SALE 75 000.00 reserve program, they can reHydro Electric Revenue NO '.VI' I HEREBY GIVEN Waterworks Revenue 14,000.00 ceive substantial aid and comthat a lien for repairs to a State Liquor Control Receipts 2,100.00 pensation while planting and 300.00 growung trees. An annual payBlink Special Sedan, Miscellaneous Receipts No. 1393460 owned by ment is available to farmers, Total Estimated Receipts $112,680.00 thus in Fvcrling, 7301 West making it possible for St. Worth Illinois, is them to participate in this $ ini closed by Adver. Proposed Disbursements Power Purchases 14,100.00 long range program. o of Sale Not only will they realize 2 300.00 Insurance amount claimed by the Bond an annual income from this 150.00 Premiums, City Officials und r dentd is the sum of Assessing and Collecting Taxes land which is planted to trees, 150.00 tor repairs to said $80 will also have land but Maintainence 1,900.00 they Cemetary made between Decem- City Park Maintainence 400.00 that will increase in value as ber 10, 1933 and December 15 Parowan Reservoir and Irrigation Expense 1,500.00 tree growth continues. This Official Salaries 197 7, plus costs of sale. 3,800.00 will be in the form of valuable 225.00 1 he time .and place of the Public Health Expenses s Christmas tree 5 800.00 fort closure sale Fs Saturday Public Safety Expenses (Police Department) shelters for livestock, stands, Libraries 1,160.00 the Lh day of January, 1957 Public and farm wildlife, buildings, Streets and Sidewalks 2,320.00 at One O'clock p.m. of said Audit 298.25 wood lots, a source for fence day at Smith Auto Service, Recreation Expenses 435,00 posts and construction materi. Ma1 Street Parowan, Utah City Building Maintainance 1,500.00 als. Trees will also add to the at winch time and place the Land Purchase 565.00 beauty and liveability of the above described will Fire Department Expenses 400.00 farm. pn 1.600.00 be by the sheriff of Iron Social Security and Group Insurance Our nation is highly desir330.00 ous of Co to the highest bidder. Election Expense increasing' its forest Interest Bank of Iron County (Elect. Rev. Bonds) 360.00 i' ' this 21st day of Dec- Electric resources. Weer living in a Interest and Bond Retirement 30,000.00 ern b r. 1956. of tremendous growth period Electric Note & Certificate Interest & Retirement 12.600.00 7'ITII AUTO SERVICE General Bonds Obligation 3.220.00 and expansion. Our copulation by Eldon O. Smith Waterworks Bond Retirement & Interest 1,792.00 has doubled since 1900. Today Lienholder c Labor 12 600.00 we have 168 million and bv Supplies 2,000.00 the year 2000 we mav expect c 2 000.00 as many as 275 million peo- Dcpreciatiqn & Improvement Labor PROBATE & GUARDIAN i c & Impr. Supplies 2.800.00 Depreciation SHIP NOTICE pie. It is estimated that there 300.00 will be a need for 80 N more Fur Further Information Con- Misclaneous Expenses Officg Supplies and 400.00 timber then sult Clerk of District Court or City Dump Expenses Expenses tharp now. 800.00 we have to plan Obviously, Respective Signers Waterworks Operating and Maintainance 3,674.75 IN TIIE FIFTH JUDICIAL ahead for those who come af- Interest & Payments on Waterworks Development ter us. We want o be sure 1 200.00 DISTRICT COURT OF THE Bond STATE OF UTAH IN AND they will have the same ne- FOR THE COUNTY OF IRON Total Proposed Disbursements $112,680.00 cessities and enjoy the same abundance we have todav. NOTICE TO CREDITORS W. SCOTT MITCHELL In the matter of the estate The State Forestry Dept., Mayor, Parowan City of JOHN S. MITCHELL, a urges farmers to investigate 'ed. Attest: th's program and make tree E. VERDA ADAMS Creditors will present claims rlant;rg a nart of their farm! Parowan Recorder, City City. with vouchers to the planning. d at her residence at Par C E R T I F ! C A T E ov, .in. Iron County, State of Ftah on or before the 16th State of Utah ) dev of February, A. D. 1957 Dated this 9th dav of Dec County of Iron ) A D. 19,76 I, Yerda E. Adams the duly appointed, qualified and aet-- , (DIVE MOORE MITCHELL ing City Recorder of Parowan City, Iron County, State of Utah, do hreby certify that the abo-ADS Executrix and foregoing Ordin-- j nil D'lE nance wos passed by the City Council of Parowan City at a UR HAM MORRIS Ger... ' special meeting held for that purpose on the 29th dav of Executrix 1956 6 o'clock p. m. at ' December, Steui it v Bjiik Bldg, t Cit. Utah IN WIT.NTSS WHEREOF I have hereunto subscribed D14 21. 23, Jan 3) my name and affixed the official seal of my office this 29th dav of 1956 December. Khi self, and God will be YERDA E ADAMS wisdom and 'i ne ,, Parowan Citv Recorder f"r a victory over ml Mary Baker Eddy (SEAL) The Shrinkage AN ORDINANCE 1 1 I to-wi- t: ; . wanted to give one of the rt forces at the basketball game 15 rahs, anyone know why? PARAGONAH News Notes Lta'i a, being foreclosed by .Vis t rt ai merit of Sale. The amount claimed by the until is the sum of S li 00 for repairs to said nti mobile made between Feb nun y 10. 1053 and February i 2, l'i7.7 N for storage amount-,- 1 to ;3)fW for a total bill if Mi.5 i'O pus costs of this ..le. Tt tone and place of fore-- c e .1 sale is Saturday the I2:''i day of January, 1937 at ;h hour of One oclock pm. at hm.th Auto Service, Main S'ti t Parowan, Utah at w h.ch time an place the pro-- I rtv above described will be oil by th.e Sheriff of Iron Loir tv, Utah to the highest b.J lor Dated this 21st day of Dec- t mbi r, lob SMITH AUTO SERVICE by Eldon O. Smith If the person who mailed us Letter lu The Editor last week will stop in and sign it, well be glad to print it. It is the policy of the paper not to print unsigned letters, however, the person's name does not have to appear on them in print If they don't want us to print the name of the sender. We do require a signiturc for our own proteetion. a . ! 1 HANK of IIIOiX COUNTY i'niovvnn. Ulali Will Pay (Card Of Thanks I 3 Interest h On Savings COMPOUNDED SEMI - ANNUALLY j Deposits Insured $10,000 F. D. I- - Next Interest Payment July 1957 1. C. For 1 i auto-mobd- e IN KEEPING WITH THE CHURCH WELFARE STORAGE PROGRAM THE FOLLOWING ITEMS ARE NOW ON HAND AT OUR STORE-WALSO HAVE SPECIAL PRICES ON 'CASE-LOT- GOODS. COME '' IN AND GET OUR PRICES. WE WHOLE HEARTEDLY ENDORSE THIS PROGRAM AND EN- COURAGE YOUR PATRONAGE. wind-break- Fancy Long Grain White Rice 30 Pnnd cun $5.50 . Great Northern Beans 30 pound can , $4.25 Pinto Beans $4.40 Red Chili Beans $4.40 - ' . Hydro-ElectriHydro-Electri- Hard Wheat Cleaned 7 urkey Red' 35 pound can $2.96 c Hydro-Electri- Hvdro-Electri- . . . . Red Rose Enriched Flour 25 pound can Red Rose Whole Wheat Flour 25 pound can $2.69 $2.69 . de-ce- under-M-,ni- e W.-.R- Porter's Cut Macaroni 20 Porter's Cut Spaghetti Rolled Oats C!,n 20 pound can Quick Cooking, 20 pound can Sweet Clover Honey 6 ' Pet Dry Milk Reusable Empty Pund 5 cuse ,I-- J- gal. Cans $4.65 $4.65 $2.85 pJ m $12.69 v- Ms- $9.95 - .95 '" t fr OTHER PRODUCTS AND TRICES WILL BE MADE AVAILABLE j ! ; f AS (K)" AS POSSIBLE. Parowan Merc. Co.