|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
|Rights||In Copyright (InC)|
|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
JULY 5. 1006 7 Mitfors Monitor PAGE 4 LK, a The Pole Creek Fire was declared 100% contained the evening of July Ist, one day earlier than projected. Calm winds and_ strong firefighting efforts crews, supported by by hand four helicopters, allowed an early containment of the fire. Final acreage withing control lines is 7,742 acres. crew and Mop-up demobilization continued well into the following day. Six hotshot crews and two heavy E lift helicopters departed July 1, leaving two small helicopters to support remaining crews. a L@ft to right: Doug Garrett, Loretta Forman, John As Gledhill Agencies involved in _—-=Milford Valley Memorial Hospital welcomes Doug Garrett fighting the fire include the 2S Chief Financial Officer. His services will enable the hospital to Forest Service, Bureau. of better serve the community with increased billing accuracy and Land Management, Bureau of °St Savings. He hopes to assist the hospital in making whatever “1 RAILSIDE” took on a whole new meaning when Jennifer VanLueven and her horse stopped by for a soda pop. Two Day Celebration is a Complete Success. As reported in the Milford News July 9, 1936 Thanks to Escalante Post No. 1546, Veterans of Foreign Wars, with Adjutant J. J. Keough taking the lead, much of the old spirit of Independence day came back to Milford July 3-4, combined with a good time for everybody. It is not an easy matter to put over a big time in the small community Indian Affairs, Utah Division of Lands Forestry, Beaver and Counties, national State financial changes that are necessary to prepare for new growth. and Garrett comes to Milford from Phoenix, via Salt Lake Piute City. He and his wife, Stacey, and children Krystle (13- 9th Park 8tade), Nicole (10- 5th grade), Natalie (8- 3rd grade), Gordon these days, especially in a town like Milford where a weekend holiday is an open invitation to leave Service, national Guard, Utah (©- 1st grade) and 2-year-old Rachel will relocate to Milford as for lakes or hills if such trips can possibly be arranged, so that the success attained by the Veterans Division of . Wildlife 80on as their home is sold. with their Friday and Saturday celebration is all the more remarkable. Resources, and national The Milford school band, under the leadership of A. H. Baker, added no little to the success Weather Service. of the occasion with public appearances both Friday and Saturday, both times in uniform and with A state fire closure is a good repertory of selections. Another feature and one that made a big hit with the youngsters was in effect for: much of this the candy scramble staged each day on Main street, with a total of 100 Ibs. of sweets distributed from portion of Utah. effect today. restricted unouncemente . Mr. Baxter is recovering at a slow but steady pace, sid expects to pes up his column again very soon. Campfires are to developed campgrounds and smoking is ‘Deanne Harris has signed on to collect news in Beaver. Contact her at 438- 3040, or drop off photos, etc. prohibited outside of cleared The Pole Creek Fire ceremonies with the period from 11:30 to 12:30 being devoted to races for the eounscsere who were oe 355.N. 100 E. areas, buildings, of vehicles. | Fireworks are prohibited. whiounh today’ s paper is dated July 5, it actually originated on June 16 from q | Went to the printer July 3. July 4th photos will be published again honored in the late afternoon with a free children’s dance. lightening strike near Pole | 1ext week. For the adults there was a ball game right after the luncheon hour, with picked teams of Creek on Beaver Mountain, Milford and CCC players participating- and putting on a creditable performance, considering the’ Seven miles west of Circleville — ‘The Lae disappointments encountered in attempting to line up this game, Following the ball game there was. and Junction, and seventeen er some bronc and steer riding which was Bont « if and when'the so undertook to act up, which | imatles east of Beaver. aU au never can be counted on too heavily.| nod 3 A feature of the celebration that was not programmed was the entertainment both evenings by an impromptu band made up of both youngsters and adults, which paraded Main Street and played. a number selections, and on Saturday evening, led the way to the high school lawn, where a splendid» fireworks. display was shown. This was.one of the most colorful featutes of the. celebration... ae f The “beano” and other games of chance were popular drawing places in the evening and added to the general air of celebration, together with the sandwich and soft drink service of the Veterans Auxiliary, who did exceptionally well with this. feature, while Keeping everyone goodnatured with the cheerful spirit shown. The Veterans undertook the two-day celch ation ah a dual purpose. One idea was to bring back to the people the 4th of July as a big day and the other was to help raise funds toward the’ p purchase of a set of colors for the post, which will cost in the neighborhood of $275. Possession of, ) such a set would be a big asset, not only to the post but to the town and county. ; While the celebration netted the post some $25 or $30, that sum no where near represents the time and work put into the celebration and its planning by the boys of the post. While the business ; houses of the town, the town board and others contributed generously when solicited for.donations,| it was never the thought to divert any of this money to any purpose other than entertainment, so that i© FISHING REPORT (as of July 3rd) i trolling. varions gold-colored lures or fly-fishing with large black leech/bugger patterns. Try early morning to} | avoid the wind. ‘The reservoir is now dropping, but remains clear with 1i6t much run-ff turbidity. The upper end] of the lake (towards Adamsville) has been best, but tr the dam area as water temperatures increase. Remember | | special regulations: artificial flies or lures only, and limit of one trout which must be at least 20 inches long. Small mouth bass are being caught along rocky shorelines. BEAVER RIVER: Access is good. Thé‘fiver in Beaver Canyon is up a little but still clear with good fishing| | for rainbow and brown tout up to 12 inches." Catchable rainbows have been stocked in the canyon section as well | as below Minersville Reservoir, so flow are up in that stretch, but it is still fishable. | BEAVER MOUNTAIN LAKES: All lakes now accessible and have been stocked. Fishing is fair at onl | Kent’s. Upper Kent’s is now open to fishing and has been excellent for 12-14 inch cutthroat trout. Fishing has| | also been good at Anderson Meadow and Labaron. || KOLOB RESERVOIR: Reservoir is now accessible from both Zion side and Cedar Canyon. Fishing has} j slowed somewhat for rainbow and cutthroat trout. Try bait or darkj jigs near shore. Trolling with popgear and) ja worm or lures and still fishing with worms ee boats are also effective. The stream above the reservoir is} CONTRIBUTIONS Veterans of Foreign Wars takes hundreds of hours to develop the proper shooting muscles used in the arm and wrist. Learning the proper technique neces- J. C. Penny Co. : sary in shooting will eliminate the need to try to break bad habits Progressive and boy that has the desire to be an outstanding player during their | Jefferson Merc Co. high school years must make the commitment beginning now. It| White Market 4 ! a oe ns | July 26 (Fri.) dy 25 (Thur) | July 27 (Sat.) Loe tae ee Sa —_ 8:00-- 11:00 a.m. - 8:0 3.00 for Water Carnival July 3 8.00 5,00 Rent on Swimming Pool 2.50 Telegram for Fireworks 3.00 Fireworks ; : 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. 5:00-8:00-p.m. | Milford State Bank 5.00 of Ribbons for the Water 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 5:00-8:00 p.m. | Maxes Place 5.00 Christensen Jewelry Margaret Cochrane Fug 8 (ies) Aug. 7 (Wed.) a” 5 ioe a ' 8:00- 11:00am. ce : eo ee 3:00-5:00 p.m. Peterson Pool Hall Cc D Aug. 8 (Thur) Aug. 9 (Fri.) 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. | Comer Drug 3:00 - 5:00 p.m. _ | Milford Hotel Boys 8th - 11th Grade -30 Hour Clinic Atkin Hotel Aug. 5 (Mon.) 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 11:00 am. - 2:00 p.m. 5:00-8:00 p.m. | \gitord Hos ta Aug. 7 (Wed.) 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 5:00 - 8:00 p.m. 11:00 a.m.- 2:00-p.m. 5:00-8:00 p.m..| Weidner Shoe Shop Aug. 6 (Tues.) Aug.8 (Thur) Aug. 9 (Fri) 5:00-8:00 p.m. ~ | | Pp P.O.O. Garage : “| W.R. Martin Garage Cost for 25 hour clinic is $62.50, Cost for 30 hour clinic is $75.00 | Marion Smithson Any questions contact Jay Bunker at 438-1312 shreds na OS, | Town of Milford oe Carnival ees. 25] J.C. Penny Co., for ribbons 3.00 for prizes 2.00 Jefferson Merc., for caps, 5.00 Gg fuse and dynamite, for salule on July 4 sae 3.50 : : _ 5.00 | = dmitied & 2.00 admitted ——1.00 guaranteed. d t tree and percentage 10.00 Advertising expense 2.00 25.00 TOTAL © +s 14.20 $160.00 Finance Committee: J.C. Root, $160.00 | amar Outzen, and J.J. Heong, a Remodeling . : In Southern And Central Utah a -, 14.05 : Serving All Your Construction Needs 3.00 Team for tickets for kids : Construction 4 7.00 Paid to Milford Baseball : ; Roofing : Drywall . Painting - Etc. | 4.00 League to ball team : New 3.80 5.00. Expense of Delta Junior P 11:00 a.m.- 2:00 p.m. 5:00-8:00 p.m. | Whitbeck Barber Shop ee 1.05° 5.00 Paid The News for rinting 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m. 5:00- 8:00 p.m. | Milford Laundry and _ 9.96 | Telephone Calls... July 26 (Fri.) 3:00- 2c) p.m. |] 65.04) July 25 (Thur) 8:00- 11:00 a.m. struction 95] : 3.00 Express on Fireworks. 3.00 on Pp ‘11:00 aim. - 2:00 p.m. 5:00-8:00 p.m. | J¢lluride Power Co. Boys 4th- 7th Grade- 25 Hour Clinic 2.00 Firmage Theatre Aug. 5 (Mon.) the paper at ‘J. 3.00 p.m. Ee 387-2676. 320 So. 11:00 a.m. - 2:00 July 27 (Sat.) 5:0 Candy Suckers for Child- July 22 (Mon.) July 23 (Tues) p.m. 5.00 5.00 Drinks for the Band Milford Valley Creamery ae Anyone with these 5.00 Towne Tavern 3:00- 5:00 p.m. | Cline, Wilson & Cline roe on July 4 ‘80s are missing. missing editions, please $18.00. 3.00 Coins for Prizes to Divers 3.00 at Pool July 3 — 3:00- 5:00 p.m. | Milford News 8:00 - 11:00 a.m. 10.00 Scrambles July 3-4 7.50 Prizes for Children’s Races 3:00 ren’s races R CPime oa oe mid eeeeney Copies from the ‘60s and eee Clothes Store 3:00- 5:00 p.m, | Nielsen and Litchfield * 8:00 « 11:00 a.m. Girls 8th - 11th Grade - peed | b complete, however. The library is not : Besides shooting, heavy concentration will be Shell Service Girls 4th - 7th Grade- 25 Hour clinic $10.00 100 Ibs. Candy 5.00 on ball handling skills of the left and right hand dribble, and the Milford Cafe reverse and crossover dribbles. Stewart Feed Store a | DISBURSEMENTS necessary to be successful as a basketball player. Each young girl| during later years. to her when he died. th Milford News July 9, 1936 | NTRP ONGted inULE - Our Basketball clinic is designed to develop the fundamental skills J | : Lowell Mellor Phone: 387-2 133 In Milford Milfor Or T oll Fre e: 800-59 4. 4 622 : aS ge OS OE 2 28 EERE LE LEAL Clinicae Milford News. Red Wilson left the back issues ‘ ESSE ROPES : Basketball EAVelCoath’Byron Beene Beckstead Report ofCelebration FinanceCommittee Special thanks to Barbara (Mrs. Jim) Mayer for sharing these articles from the f OS [PP B 2 weg | MINERSVILLE RESERVOIR: Fishing success has been fair to good. Some good reports from anglers, | it finally became necessary to dig into income from other sources to make up guarantees to ball teams and other costs, which cut down on the net proceeds going into the post’s treasury. : change? ees The Junior league ball game on Friday, in which Milford contested Delta, was a snappy contest and won by Milford with a score of 6-3, the visitors being shut out of the seventh inning. The ball: game was followed by a free water carnival at the municipal plunge; the celebration committee having rented the pool for. the day and turned it over to free use by everybody besides awaigis ribbon prizes for a.score or more of swimming, diving and novelty events. i. The two dances given, Friday night as an open-air affair at the tennis court and Saturday at the Arion, were thoroughly enjoyable but were not as well attended as might have oe the case. In addition, a fire closure for the’ entire Fishlake National Forest takes eee a truck.