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PAROWAN TIMES, PAKOWAN, UTAH FEB 25 - MARCH TJtalis Wonderful Past Place In District . . . Speech Meet Max Robb rpresenting Parowan High School at a district oratoricel contest at Hurricane High School Monday was chosen second place winner. FIRST PLACE winner was Torla Henrie, of Panguitch. 1824: Discovery of Great Salt Lake Americas famous inland sea, the Great Salt Lake, was unknown until two of the fabled men of the trapptr era ventured down Bear River in the winter of . Jim Bndger and Etienne Provost (after whom Provo was named), two of the West's best known fur trappers were the first to see the lake, 2,000 miles in circumference, that is saltier than the ocean. 1824-25- This strange body of water is the remnant of prehistoric Lake Bonneville which once was 350 miles 145 miles wide end more than 1,000 feet deep. Terraceslong, made by this ancient Jake can still be seen on the mountain sides that surround the valley. Today, the Great Salt Lake is considered one of the world true wonders. And today, throughout the state of Utah, the U. S. Brewers Foundation works constantly to maintain clean, wholesome conditions, wherever beer and ale are sold. BEER and ALE ojjJiodeHA&M, u!T -- FREE IDS 'Ci (Dealer. Giveaway and Demonstration Offer) NYGRAN FILE-N-JOIN- T PRECISION SAW CHAIN FILING GUIDE iilcCULLOCIt'S 0NE40 CHAIN SAW STARTS FAST In ny weather News The contest is sponsored by American Legion District 2 great 7 and was directed by Orlin grandchildren. Campbell, District ( Vive great A viewing was held Sat commander and adjutant ot evening at Mrs. Carl CrawStirling Russell Post 100, fords hame and Funeral Hurricane. were conducted in services STUDENTS FROM Parowan Summit, Monday afternoon Milford, St. George and in the Ward Chapel Hurricane Hight Schools conducted Davenport Jay competed. The winner will for Mrs. servees funeral a in the district represent, one contest at Milford on Dailey, Monday Feb 29th. Prayer with the family Friday March 4. awrence was by Alma LEGION OFFICIALS in at- Prelude and Postlude music tendance at the meet were by Sylvia Stapley. She also Steve William, Milford, state accompanied the mixed vice department commander, chorus whch consisted of Jim Yardley, Panguitch, Jack Farrow, Dee El Stapley State executive officer; Jess Arden Richards, Alma and Guymon, District 7 post com Mary Lawrence, Lois Farrmander and W Clair Row-le- y ow, Donna Davenport, Alice adjutant, both of Paro- Walker and Pauline Hulet. wan, and Mrs. Josephine They sang two numbers Fowler, president of Dist. Through Deepening Trials 7, Auxiliary, Hurricane. and That Beautiful Land. President Howard Knight Mr. and Mrs. Otto Dailey sang Beyond The Sunset are home after spending a accompanied by his daughter week visiting in Boise Idaho Ruth Ann. with a daughter and son-i- n : The Speakers were: Ray law Nedra and Jerry Storey Farrow and Harold Smith, and little Mark and Jeff. with remarks by Jay Daven Mr. and Mrs. Ray Farrow port. The openng prayer by and Dennis spent last week Oscar J. Hulet, closing with a daughter Margie prayer by Nels Madsen and n; . I960 the graveside prayer was by Carl Crawford. Mrs. La Rue White and Helen Matheson were in by Donna Davenport charge of the flowers with as flower Mrs. Mary Ordena Nielson grandaughters Dailey 81, died at th? home girls Pallbearers were Grant, of a daughter Mrs. Carl Crawford in Magna, Thurs. Don, Bill and Quenton Alldevening Feb. 25. She suffer- redge. Lloyd and Milton ed a stroke Dec. 28, 1959 & Dailey all grandsons. A large number of family has been in poor health members were here for the since that time. Survivors include three services from Northern Ut. sons and one daughter Mrs. Mrs. Mary Jane Rassrnuss Carl (Marie) Crawford of en an dbaby boy of Logan H. Ivan Magna: Bishop several days here with N. Howard spent Summit; Dailey, Cedar City; A. Dwight; of her folks Bishop and Mrs Hunter. 38 grandchildren; 51 Ivan Dailey. Max Robb Wins Summit From 3, Mr. and Mrs Dee White and family were i nPara-gona- h Sunday afternoon for a birthday dnners served by Mrs. Whites mother Mrs. Revere Robinson honoring Shirleys grand faiher H.B. Robinson. Mr. and Mrs. Dee El Stapley and family of Cedar City moved into the Howard Dailey home here over the weekend Page Paragonah Personas The Paragonah and Parowan AA Club held their 6th Former Paragonah Resident Dies In AA Saint George Mrs. Betrice Carter Lamo-reau- x, former Paragonah resident diedat her home in St. George on Feb 24. She was the wife of Orvill Lamoreaux and the daughter of Ralph T. and Ardell Hunt Carter of St. George. She 48 was born Nov. 7, 1911, she she was marred to Orvill Lamoreaux Nov 20 1929 at the St. George Temple. She is survived by her hus band, daughters and sons Ralph, Paul and Carol B. Lamoreaux all of St. Geo.; Mrs. Don. (Joy) Frei, Idaho Falls Idaho; Mrs. Niles ) Bayles, Henderson Nev one brother, Howard Cartel, St. George; three sisters, Mrs Lorraine Avery, St. George; Mrs. Marie Man-guProvo and Mrs, Irene Allred, Ogden (Mar-gene- Anniversary party at the school house here Sat. night. Most of the Southern Utah groups were represented. They were entertained with a program, dancing and a banquet. The program was as follows: Tap dancing by Vickie Barton and April Rollins; song, April Rollins; Reading, Bill Wrigfht; song, Robert Reid; old time song numbers by William T Davenport and Eddie Edwards. were held at the homes of Bishop James A. Anderson and Counseler Clark Lamoreaux. Mrs Legrand Robb flew from Salt Lake City to Son Francisco where rhe will visit Mr. and Mrs. Robert Christensen and their two children who have been employed there The Sepakers in sacrament ynn K. Topham son of meeting Sunday was Elder Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Top Clark Maxwell of Enoch who Funeral services were Sat. ham fell Saturday and inrecenly returned from a in the St George 1st LDS jured himself. He was mission in Colorado & Neb Ward Church and burial Iron County Firesides were held Sun. was in the St. George cece-ter- rushed to the he received where hospital Mr. and Mrs Earl Stapley several in his head stitches Farrow. Those attending the funer- He also had a head con is al from here were Mr. and Madsen Mrs. Ann cussion. He remained in the home after sypending about Mrs Chester Robinson, Mr. over night then re four months in Southern and Mrs Joseph Lamoreaux hospital home turned wherehe will California where she cared Mr. and Mrs Elmo Robina of weeks remain for couple for a daughter in law Mrs. son, Mr and Mrs. Dale RobBarton Don Mrs. Mr. and Lurel Smith who had had a inson, Errol Lamoreaux and to to Saturday went serious back operation. She Mrs. Hanna Robinson. Tropic attend a wedding reception also visited with her Willard for a nephew, and his bride, Mr. and Mrs daughters Noreen & Nonie Miller. before returning home, Lund traveled to Springville Mr. and Mrs Rchard Robb Ivan Mrs. and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hart where Mr. Lund may accept! and daughter Tess motored shorn and sons and Merl employment. to Calif. Monday night Radford of Nephi visted here Sunday night firseides one day last week. y.