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PAROWAN TIMES, PAROWAN, UTAH APRIL u u Stan Hammond, who with Hammond purchased the Roy Benson home here several months ago has turn- ed out to be a real booster for Parowan. T odate Stan (has been insrumental in sell ing another home (the Eva Adams) place to a California couple who are retired and looking for a place to settle down outside of the smog Not only that but he has talkfcd Parowan to many others on the coast, besides being a top salesman for the Gun and Rod Club in the So. Calif, area. Mrs. j Chester Robinson was hon DALTON, BECOMES ored on his birthday at ai family dinner at the homejMRS. INSGLESBY of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Miss Annette Dalton beEllis Robinson Sunday, all the bride of Mr. Willis came of Mr, and Mrs. Robinsons Burns Inglesby Jr, Saturday family were present includ- afternoon in a double ring ing Mr and Mrs Dale Roibn of home at the ceremony and Mr. son of Salt Lake, the brides parents. Bishop Mrs. Ronald Robinson, Paro-wa- n Howard Adams officiated. and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Edwards of Cedar City. The bride is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John L. DalMr. and Mrs. LeGrand ton Jr, Flaragpnah. The Leigh of Ogden visited here bridegroom is a son 'of Mr wit hthe Blaine Jones over and Mrs. Willis Burns Ingles the weekend. by, Torrey, Utah. Elwin Talbot and family The bride wore floor visited here with the a made with gown length Talbots over the week bodice fitted and long pointend. They live in Salt Lake: ed sleeves of lace and a scalloped neckline accented with Eugene Robb loft Friday tiny pearls. The overskirt for Salt Lake City to visit was of lace upon a gathered with his parents Mr. and tulle flounce over nylon Mrs LeGrand Robb. He will satin. A crown taala leave from there for Fort held her jeweled veil. She carried a Ord Calif, to take his miliof rosebuds d tary training. Mr and Mrs Victor Robinson and family of Price visit cd here over the week end. They brough their new baby daughter to show her off. Mrs. Howard Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Englestead, Mrs. Iras Jones and her son Tom went to Panguitch Sunday to attend the 80th birthday celebration of John S. Crosby. They also visited with Mrs. Eva Bell. Mr. and Dailey The bride graduated from the Parowan High School and has attended the CSU and Stevens Henager Busi- ness College in alt Lake City The groow graduated from high school in Wayne Co. and has attended he U of U. He is presently attending business College and employ cd by Griffin Wheel Co. After a short honeymaan the couple will make their Without being in the least home i nSalt Lake City critical of other police offHelen Stones was in the icers Parowan has had, we gift room. Mr. and Mrs. Vern want to hand Bill Angel a Mortensen and Mr. and Mrs.( nice bouquet for his work David Dalton were in charge as City Marshal. Bill has of refreshments. Serving made friend with most of were Linda Rae Dalton, Ruth the small fry at the elementAnn Dalton and Marie and ary school as he has escourt-e- d them across main street Linda Mortensen. during school hours, not only Out of town guests present than he has been a good were Mrs Boyd Kenner, a marshal so far as law ensister of the groom; Mr. and forcement is concerned. He bouquet pink Mrs. Willard Dalton of Salt is very firm but most courtA sister Miss Helen Jean Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Thos. eous. Incidentally, Bill is a dalton was maid of honor, Williams from Washington. retired San Diego police and Miss Aleen Rasmussen, officer and well trained. Mrs. Emily Rhoads and Miss PTA MEETING Carol Jo Schidler were brids Continued from front page Atendtd the PHS Junior maids. They wore blue students who were delegates Prom Friday night. Was a sheath dresses and carried to the Model United Nations real nice affair. The decoratbouquets of white and blue recently held in Salt Lake ions were tops and the music carnations. City. real good. Not large a corwd Bernard Tracy stood as Student delegates were but those that werent there best man Linda Knight, Lila Halter-ma- missed a treat. Tbt Jrs tell us they lost Luncheon was served to Bill Wright Robert their shirts finincially but relatives attending the wedd Mitchell and Max Robb. Bill Wright who was a even so they are to be comding. In the evening, the couple delegate to the Rotary youth plimented for their efforts. conference in Salt Lake City See Boyde and Vivian reported on his trip also. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Mitchell are getting un.der-wa- y and family of Salt on construction of a Mr & Mrs. Bernie Specht Lake are visiting relatives new home on 3rd south beand their two children of here at present. Los Angeles are visiting here tween 1st and 2nd east. The MIA held their Sun- with the W. J. Lowders at Looks to us like Clint and day evening service last Sun present. Kate Thornton have about night. The theme was As a Mr. and Ward Mortensen had their turn of bad luck. A special Man Thinketh First Kats father underwent musical number was gven returned home the first of surgery for a heart conditby the Bee Hive girls. Speak the week from southern Cal. ion about a month ago. Next ers were Kenny Topham, J. where they have spent the Clints dad, Mtrnll Thornton B. Jones, Charles Boardman past six weeks. Ward has was rushed to Las Vegas been some doing building and Carol Jo Schidler. hospital with a stomach ulfor one of his sisters. cer which finally required Mr. and Mrs. Ralph EdMickel-son and Mrs. Jess surgery. Then their small wards traveled to Salt Lake of were daughter Chrisine broke her informed the City last week to take ther arm. While the family wTas of birth their first grandsmall son to an eye specialchild The baby, a boy, was in Las Vegas with Merrill, ist. Their other children with their born last Monday to Mr. Kate got word her father, mained Wm. E. Adams of grandmother Mrs. Chester and Mrs. Jessie Mickelson had been taken back Layton to the at Lake Salt Robinson. City. hospital in critical condition. Kate remained with him for a week and had just gotten home when she was notified of his death early Suns, J i n, La-Fev- er Mr. and Mrs. Louis Limb and family of Beaver visited her Friday with Bishop and Mrs. James Anderson. Max at a reception in the Paragonah School nouse was honored MISS ANNETTE Ren-for- and Ergene Boardman were speakers at Sacrament meeting Sunday. Edwin Williamson is in the Iron County hospital being treated for high blood pressure and his sister Mrs Edith Thornton is there for an operation. Lewris Prothero had the m.sfortune to break his Ankle one day last week when a large block oc concrete fell on him while he was at! work on the elementary school building in Parowan. , lDGO vatlon movement to lend a lot of encouragement to the contest. The students who not give us a lift? Call us entered had to d.g their own whene you know something information out and do their that should be in the paper own writing in their spare time. Wm. J Lowdar, one of the Now we admit to being youngest men in town celebut it seems to us biased, brated his 81st birthday a is that almost as importit week ago. Bills one of the most amazing men weve ant that w'e have good water seen for his age. He still to dring and irrigate with drives his own car, does his as well as good ranges to own yard and raises run our livestock and game a good garden every year. animals on as it is to find Next to hunting and fishing, Bill likes to braid and wrork leather best. He is an artist at it too If you doubt it take a look at one of his hackamores and try and dup licate it. Bills always been a lover of the outdoors and says he can hardly w'ait until fishing season opens so he can get out. We wish you many more happy birthdays, Bill. k ry The Parowan Gun and! Rod Club pulled a pot luck supper at the club house last Thursday night. The supper served a three-fol- d purpose. One w'as to celebrate the compittion of remodeling to the clubhouse, another was the regular monthly meeting of the club and the third was to hear the essays and speechts and to see pos-- 1 ters of the winners of the a 35 to 161 lev than tho other loading makes annual conservation contest cosponsored by the club. j mw kora stronger frame le enamel ftntsh. And your ovlngi continue rail offer milt! Now broke m ngs for intranet, lost up to 13 longof. New oil filter has 20 increase ir efficiency. Frankly we were jus a little disappointed, not by the students who competed nor by three of the sponsoring organizations, but by the apparent lack of enthusiasm displayed by the schools, who are also one of the spon , ' Bank Of Iron County sorers. It just appeared that our, school people werent ested enough in the inter-- 1 conser-- i Parowan may not be noted for a lot of things, but whatever else you can say, her people are certainly taking a lot of pride in their surroundings. Want to hand a bouquet to Mrs. Eva Guymon (Faro-wa- n Floral) for he beauti- ful corsages she made for the Jr. Prcm. Wive bough quite a pile of ponies for our gal over the years but st never have we seen flowers put together with as much care and pride as the ones we got from Mrs. Guymon They were not only put together w'ell but they were aieo packaged and boxed so nicely it made you feel good to give them to your lady fair. 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Seriously, if jou hae any news to report (and you sure ly have) just call us at 4001 and Doris will take jour items. Speaking of news, it seems to us that there must be as many locals and personals full month on de- On the basis of earnings, safety and availability you're wise to save in a bank. to drive around town and admire all the clean, w'ell kept yards in town. b-- and it's every cent. It's insured up to $10,000. by an agency of the U. S. Government. i Uwtrf pHctJ picku- p- Interest Federally insured bank is allowed to pay. It's available the moment you need it . . . Its worth your while one l Mr and Mrs. Benson Hay cock and family of Los Angeles Calif, visited here briefly last week. posits made by the 10th. That's the nice thing about saving your money with us. It earns the highest rcte a of these fine spring evenings 2 The pot luck supper was with some fifty menbers and their partners in attendance. a success, Ve pay interest for each day morning. The Thorntons are now in Layton for1 the funtral which will be Wednesday afternoon. N out what Bill Shakespear had to say. Hope next year there is a greater response from our schools and the students. Guaranteed! re-he- re -- loAger-ioeba- & 14, "Of Ships And Shoes in Parowan as there are in Faragonah or Summit, but And Sealing Wax" were not getting them Why U bv IRAS JONES 7 Friskiest littfe cleaner ever to dig your dirt! A frisky cleaner because it rolls an where easier both cleaner and nozzle have wheels. A low, lightweight cleaner thats easier to carry and store only 8" high and it stands on end for storage or for stairs. An efficient r larger throwaway bag needs changfilter, ing less often. Dust-sea- l many top features-- an amazingly low price! cle-ane- toe-switc- DELIVERS! NO MONEY DOWN IF YOU TRADE! BALANCE ON EASIEST TERMS!