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yifi rw1 w'trqjtrlv pageant Tryouts June 1- -2 Seepage 2 forstory Manti LDS Temple MANTI, UTAH 84642, THURSDAY, MAY 27, a copy 50 VOLUME 107 NUMBER 47 16: Graduates will march Friday night A New Day' is theme for 1993 MHS graduates Manti High School seniors will graduate to the theme A New Day" at exercises in the school auditorium Friday night Ryan D. Anderson Tracy Anderson Amy Elizabeth Andreasen Heather Baker Matt Baker Mark Bartholomew Karen Barton Adam Bateman Susan Beach Seth Beatty at 8. The prelude music will be provided by the school orchestra, directedby Rose annHigham, and Junior Princess Royalty: Jill Dyches, first attendant; Marcee Petersen, 1993 Junior Princess; Kimberly Riches, second Sanpete County Junior Princess is selected At a contest held May 15, Miss Marcee Petersen was selected as the 1993 Sanpete County Junior Princess. She is a daughter of Jim and Janice Petersen of Manti. Chosen as her attendants were Miss Jill Dyches, a daughter of LaMar and Vickie Dyches, Spring City, and Miss Kimberly Marie Riches, a daughter of Ginnie Riches, Fairview. The trio will now reign over the Ephraim Stampede Rodeo, which is part of the Scandinavian Festival celebration. They were chosen by a panel of four judges, scoring points in modeling, public speaking, interview, horsemanship knowledge and horsemanship skills. Miss Mysti Myrup, 1992 Princess, conducted the Junior Princess contest and handed downher crown to Miss Petersen. The Junior Princess Royalty will be seen throughout Sanpete this summer at various rodeos, parades and celebrations, promoting the Ephraim Stampede and the Sanpete County Fair. ' Manti City Council News the Class of 93, attired in the traditional red and white caps and gowns, will move down the aisles to their places in a stately procession. Class president Lori Huntsman will give the welcoming remarks and Shauna Johnson will represent the class as valedictorian. Other speakers will be salu-tatoria- ns Jeremy Peterson, Katherine Finlinson and Carlynn WiUmore. Musical numbers wifi include a piano solo, Intro and Fugue by Karilyn Schiffman, and the singing of "A New Day by the Class of 1993. Earl Wheeler will recommend the class members for graduation; they wiU then be accepted by Elaine Burnham, will present the graduates and they will be awarded diplomas by Donald Shand and DarreU Warren. The exercises will close with the new Class of 1993 singingthe school song "MHS Forever." of graduates follows: ' Manti streams are flowing higher now higher than for several years. And they present - not only an attraction ard to young children. but a haz- Several concerned parents attended Manti City Council last week to ask for fencing of sections of the main channel, only to be advised that that is not financially feasible. Watch and warn the children was the suggestion; they are vulnerable. Everyone would much prefer of course that the kids get wet in a much safer the city swimenvironment ming pool. It will be open almost as soon as school is out for the summer. The council approved the following part-tim- e city employees to operate the pool this summer: Mark Wathen and Russ Mickelson, head lifeguards; DustinNell, CarinBrenchley and Melissa March, assistant lifeguards. The pool will be operated between 12 noon and 6 pan. daily except Sunday. One lifeguard will be on duty if there are fewer than 40 users, two lifeguards for 40 to 60 and three if there are more than 60. ; These fees will be in effect: 75 cents for the children ten and under; $1.00 for those ten to 13; $1.50 for those 14 and over. The individual pass will cost $40 and a family summer pass $90. Private parties will be charged $20 an hour. Children under six must be . accompanied by a responsible adult and wear a lifejacket s Kim Larsen will again be the . head concessioner and Nicki Petersen and Angie Olsen the ' assistant concessioners. In addition to water Bafety, : Nannette Alder Desirae Anderson Eleve Lodean Anderson Robert Clyde Anderson another safety matter was discussed at last weeks meeting. In 1969 Manti decided to move power delivery poles off the streets and into the center of the blocks. In order to accomplish that goal, Manti Telephone Co. agreed to provide one pole for two that the city provided. Bub apparently this project was only half completed. The poles were moved to the center ofthe blocks on the west side of town. As a safety measure the poles now on the east side of the city now need to be replaced with 40 foot poles, Paul Cox, a Manti Telephone Co. officer said. That would require the purchase of around 40 poles. Since the city and the telephone company both own and use the poles and TCI Cablevision pays a fee to attach to them, the telephone company and the city are now attempting to work out an arrangement on the pole situation. Barbara Wintch said that Mantis Fourth -- Councilwoman of July celebration should beheld this year on Sat., July 3, and she recommended the appointment of Sonia DeMill, Laura DeMill and Kim Simons to the Fourth Committee. That recommendation won unanimous support -- Public works director Dale Nielson reported that the water line crossing at Cemetery Lane has been completed. It has involved the installation of 800 feet of 8 inch pipe, instead of the originally planned 400 feet, at an additional cost of around $1,000. Mr. Nielson added that negotiations on the replacement of Main Street sidewalks &re underway, with some property own- ers sharing the cost with the city on an equal basis. ' Rob-ertBess- The tentatively approve d list Summer safety occupies much of Council's attention April Beal Keri Blackham Aaron Bolli Monika Bolli Andria Boston Curt E. Braithwaite Craig W. Buchanan Keith Callister Travis M. Cartwright Michelle Catmull Aaron Chapman Alese Grace Christensen Matthew J. Christensen Candice Christiansen Mario Corona Andy Cox Christopher Lee Cox Dallas Morlin Cox Kelly M. Cox Richard P. Cox Allison Dean Amber Janine Denton Robyn Eliason 4 . Honor students Carlynn Willmore, salutatorian; Shauna Johnson, valedictorian; Katherine Finlinson, salutatorian; and Jeremy Peterson, salutatorian. Holly Anne Jacobsen Candance R. Jensen Misty Otten Niki Gordon Sheri Greene Michelle Grindstaff Sean M. Hales Kendall C. Henningson Brody L. Keisel Tyler R. Larsen Teresa Camille Lindsay Benjamin D. Madsen Cory Madsen Jamie Audrie Marsh Joeph C. McCaul Ryan Kendall Mickelson Dani Neeley Dustin Bruce Nell Kerry D. Nielson Brandon J. Nordell Ryan A. Nordell Jennifer Hersman JeffHigham Kristina M. Holley Jim Howard Lorilee Huntsman Louis C. Jackman Joe Jackson Kylan Oberg Shelly Olsen Stacey Olsen Steven J. Olsen Brandon P. Olson Wendy Lynn Olson Katherine Finlinson Kristen VanOrman , Manti. The County Commissionhas agreed to a State Dept of Corrections proposal that will have several state prisoners housed at the county lockup while they participate in a work program. low risk The prisoners people up for parole and with less than a year still to serve will do manual labor for the county and municipalities. The Division of Corrections will place six prisoners in the jail to begin with and increase the number to no more than ten. - - They will be available for work on useful projects. After a grace period, during which the prisoners will work for free, the project sponsors will pay 40 cents an hour for the service. The sponsor will provide the transportation to the job site and the county will provide sack lunches. Positive Action students Jani Masco and Amberiy Rogers 90-da- Awarded ballet scholarship Award from the Central Utah Ballet School for two years. y Erika is a student of the Central Utah Ballet, Manti. She has been a CUBS student for five years and has performed several solos and principal roles in the schools productions. Shehasbeen awarded the Outstanding Dance t'f: vV j At y Who will benefit from the program? The project sponsors, ofcourse. The prisoners, too, since the program is regarded as a rehabilitation effort And Sanpete County because the Division of Corrections will pay the county around $40 a day per prisoner. The Sanpete County Jail for some time hasbeenhousing state prisoners currently three who are in a different category than those in the new program. These prisoners will be removed. - - Erika Frischknecht Robyn Walk Amy Wathen Carlynn Willmore Kara K. Young state prisoners low-ris- k Some changes are planned for the Sanpete County Jail in Recipientsofthis scholarship were chosen by audition. Participants will experience artistic training in ballet technique s and will attend lectures on dance history, production, philosophy and injury prevention. Travis A. Shand Addie Lynne Sharpe Dan Sorensen Joshua D. Steed Mike Stevens Marion Svekus Paul Taylor Nathan E. Thompson Jane VanLeeuwen County jail will house Positive Action Students of the Week 21-Jul- KariLyn Schiffman Garrett Seibt Stephanie Nuttall Manti Elementary Erika Frischknecht, a daughter of Steve and Kathy Frischknecht, Manti, Has been awarded a merit scholarship to attend the BYU Summer Ballet 2, 1993. Workshop June Stephen M. Perschon Eric Steven Peterson Jeremy Bruce Peterson Spencer E. Price Lisa Pulleyn Chris John Reece Gregory Wayne Reneau Aaron Jason Rice Matthew Sajno Kendra Jensen Shauna Kym Johnson Shalynn Jones Teresa Fay Jones - Division of Corrections officers Hayes Locke, Jerry J oigensen and Christ Benson explained the new work program to the County Commission in . asking for Sanpetes participation. In other action at their regular meeting last week, the Commissioners: -- Agreed to a long-terno cost lease of a 30 foot wide strip of county-owneland east of the Manti High School campus to the South Sanpete School District. The District will combine a 20 foot strip it owns at the same location with the county land for use in the development of a parking lot. The County will have the use ofthe parking lotduringthe summers for special occasions such as the Sanpete County Fair. m d --Agreed to contribute $200 to each of five high school athletes to participate in a basketball camp that will take them as far away as Australia In return, the five basketball players will be required to install Emergency 9 1 1 signs throughout the county. Business Leaders elect officers Manti High School business students have elected the Future Business Leaders of America officers for the 1993-9- 4 school year. Directing the chapters af--, fairs next year will be Melinda Wright, president; Laqra Burnham, vice president; Jeff Olson, reporter, Natee Mickelson, historian; Angela Allen, secretary, and Nate Gedge, treasurer.