|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|
MARCH Beaver County Monitor 26, 1998 Savannal Nicole Erickson David and Kris Erickson are the proud parents of a baby girl. Savannah Nicole Erickson arrived at 6:31 A.M. March 16, 1998 at the Tooele Valley Medical Center in Tooele. weighed in at 7 lb. 6 oz. She She is joined at home by a Brother, Tevan, and a sister, Shantelle. Grandparents are Keith and Beverlee Erickson of Milford and Richard M. And: Paula Walker of Cedar City. Great Grandparents are James and Rene Hardy of Milford, Mary Judd of Cedar City and Leonard and Mima Erickson of Beaver. Circle Four Farms Leaps One thing Mn. is famous for is walleye pike. Some of the best fishing for walleye in the world is in northern Mn. Walleye are not to be confused with northern pike, which is a rougher variety of pike, more bony and are not better eating. They seem to get bigger than the walleye, however both can exceed 30 Ibs. and can achieve their weight according to their age. Some of the best eating of walleye are those caught in northern Mn. waters and fried up It from promote effective communication and public awareness, Circle Four Farms has hired Renee Jacobsen as its new Public Affairs Specialist. Renee is originally from Scottsdale, Arizona. She accepted a leadership scholarship to Brigham Young University and is now in the process of completing her Bachelors Degree in Political Science at Mn. , makes are currently residing in Milford. With the creation of this new position, Circle Four hopes to for interactive communication and educational information. Jacobsen which makes for a experience for the great way: to relax from it all and will facilitate community awareness programs and events, as well as wonderful sound of the loon, the keep the public informed through active use of the media. Mn. state bird. This sound generally comes about in early evening. Many of our friends have chartered lite planes to fly into remote areas for some of the best walleye fishing in the world. Our son Donny, who is a dyed in the wool fisherman, will be going to Mn. in June for his class provide the local and surrounding communities an increased opportunity GREAT WESTERN LEASING & SALES (801) 295-1811 * (800) 211-2811 Mobile Storage Containers and Mobile Offices Buy © Rent © Lease 20 ft. Containers $85 per mo. Fast Pickup & Delivery trips to Milford and has fished sure, He has made numerous Your Best Defense Against Breast Cancer everything loaded and takes off “Salt Lake Regional Medical Center is pleased to announce that the Mobile Mammography Unit will offer accredited, convenient breast cancer screenings to women age 35 and older. The mobile unit is professionally staffed and equipped. Salt Lake Regional Mobile Unit will be at the Old LDS for the special places he has in mind. When his daughter Brazil is old enough, I"m sure her and her mother will be there with him. He wasn't much older than his daughter when the bug bit him and he and three buddies fished Church-Milford, 26 South 100 West on Thursday, April 9, 1998. every day in the big lake our The screening will take approximately 20 minutes per patient and results will be sent to your personal physician. Insurance claims will be submitted by SLRMC financial services. If you want your insurance carrier to be billed, please bring your card(s) with home ou. ts For a mammogram appointment call: 1-800-848-7687. Courtesy of the Milford Hospital: Blood Sugar Testing, Blood Pressure, Pulse Oximetry. Light refreshments will be available. DO YOU HAVE TIPS ON EXPLAINING DEATH TO A CHILD? not ‘Tell the child that it is normal to feel sad and wish that the loved person had not died. Share with the child that you, too, have those same feelings. - As soon as possible, a responsible adult should explain their beliefs about death and what has happened to the loved one. A religious explanation is often very helpful for a child. It is wise for parents to think this out beforehand so they know what they will tell their child about death. The child should be invited to ask questions and be given a chance to share concerns and fears. There will likely need to be multiple discussions. - Children who are old enough to talk and understand feelings along with being able to sit still for the length of a funeral should be included in the service and other rituals associated with it. Professional funeral directors will often visit with children about death and give them the opportunity to ask questions as well as see the deceased loved one in the casket. They will explain what a dead person looks like and how their body feels. This is often very helpful to remove some of the fears of death. ‘Help the child remember the deceased person by establishing memories that are pleasant and uplifting. it is appropriate to help them collect memento and stimulate recollections of the loved one who has died. Discussions need to he held in the days and months ahead to instill in the mind of the child the good attributes of the person who Ye) built 1933, Day is March 30! The physician is an essential component of a special group of health care specialists | March oquality Healthcare jg ilford Valley Memorial Healthcare Services 30, therapists, health aides care and_ social workers who provide high quality 451 North Main © Milford, Utah 84751 health Phone 801-387-2411 Fax 801-387-5011 care and supportive services in patients’ homes throughout the United States. Statistics show that physicians are becoming more involved in the home care process New Management than ever before. Physicians are realizing that home care is a THe IBeaver CINEMA oo © unique 438-5300 ani 7:15 Daily (except Sunday) and always. They are an integral and essential part of the home. health team! Matinee 2:00 P.M. Saturday & 4:00 P.M. Sunday TOURS OF CIRCLE FOUR FARMS Like a You can take a tour of Circle Four Farms! Regular tours will be each Saturday at 10:00 AM. _ if reservations have been received. All will meet at the Circle Four Office in Milford (341 South Main Street). Please make receptionist (387-2107.) at through Circle Four of with So, remember to salute your area physicians on March 30 Admission: Adults - $4.; Children - $2.50: Over 60 - $2.50 reservations combination compassionate. care innovative technology. good neighbor, State Farm is there.® the Circle Farms Larger groups can call for special arrangements. See me for car, home, ‘life and health Four Please call for reservations now! insurance. Brent Stapley Farms 801-438-545] 787 N. Main Beaver, Utah STATE FARM around. ~q and he pursues it as such. No foolishness when you fish with him. He's very serious about it all, and most of the time does not come home empty handed. BY THE WAY.....Dan always takes a tape measure along when he fishes... that way he knows $ WANTED TO BUY $ OLD INDIAN ITEMS DECORATOR HAS CASH FOR OLD .. . Navajo Blankets, Rugs, Beadwork, Baskets, Pottery, Carvings, etc. Call 1-(801) 534-7960 or write: "Decorator" Box 9221, SLC, UT 84109 BASIN Data Sie Name Elevation ft) ( ‘ INSURANCE ® State Farm insurance Companies Home Offices: Bloomington. INinois SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT TOTAL PRECIPITATION Current Average %Average | Current Average % Average /s/ Jewell Dahl functioning properly and as a result the loved one died. You might want to indicate that when we get old this often happens. It is important to share with the child how the person died so the child does not develop magical thinking that could include them being the cause of death. ‘Keep in mind during your discussions about death that children were not born with a fear of death. Any fears they have or later develop are things they have teamed since birth. Be careful not to instill any fears about the death and dying process. dindi stile done is since If you see Dr. Saroor Alam, Dr. Farzana Moulvi, Dr. Richard Rees or Mary Wiseman, PAC round about, please take the time to express your appreciation to them. Fishing can almost be a science, how big of a story to tell. Answer by: Glen Jenson, Utah State University Extension Family and Human Development Specialist How death and dying are discussed in the younger years of a child's life may well determine how well the child is able to handle grief and sorrow in the future. If properly handled in family discussions, this can be a growth-producing and relationship-bonding experience for the child and the parent. When a loved one does die, consider these ideas for discussing death with the child. * Tell the child as soon as possible that the person they love has died. It is usually better that the child be told of the death by someone close. - The child should be given an honest explanation of the death and the events that lead to it. Statements like "Grandfather has gone to sleep," or "He was so sick," are not good explanations because children sleep was town celebrated professionals, patients and others from across the country will join together in honoring the _ physicians. The home care team is made up of physicians, nurses, your our streams and the reservoir at Minersville. I love to see how excited he is when he gets - Although known as the home care team. On great bonding entire clan. A and get away listen to the reunion and will be fishing in some of those beautiful lakes I'm 40 ft. Containers $110 per mo. organ Day service area receive outstanding medical care, right here in our communities. sojourn to a special resort in northern Mn. for the last 25 years. He and his wife Sandy spend a week every June doing nothing but fishing and eating their catch. They are sometimes joined by ‘Southern Utah University. Renee, her husband, and their three children It is better to indicate that a certain Doctors George Bush issued a presidential proclamation in 1991 establishing March 30th as National Doctors’ day. Milford valley Healthcare Service’s Bard of Trustees, Employees and Administration thank our local medical staff, our doctors and physician assistant, for their dedication and long hours rendered to ensure that. the members of our a yearly their daughters and their families get sick. Doctors Day completes your fishing trip to the nth degree! My nephew "Butch" who visited here a month ago Milford, UT. March 23, 1998 - In an ever increasing effort to Doctor’s Appreciation BY THE WAY....... the same day for all to enjoy. Into Community Alfairs and PAGE 6 KIMBERLY MINE 9300 17.0 14.8 115 2120 18.2 115 BIG FLAT 10290 20.1 Ws 115 20.7 17.7 116 MERCHANT VALLEY 8750 15.6 11.6 134 17.3 15.8 109 Area Wide Percent of Average 123 113 March 16, 1998 depth at Big Flat = 10.5 ’ SNOW WATER EQUIVALENT Percent of Average represents the snow water equivalent found at selected SNOTEL sites in or near the basin compared to the average value for those sites on this day. TOTAL PRECIPITATION Percent of Average represents the » total precipitation (beginning October Ist) found at selected SNOTEL sites in or near the basin compared to the average value for those sites on this day. Reference period for average conditions is 1961-90. -M = Missing Data * = Data may not provide a valid measure of conditions. Ready to do your 1997 Tax Return? Ted Stagg and Joe Merkley of Stagg & Associates, CPA’s will be in Milford on March 26 and 27 to meet with current and prospective clients. Time is being set aside for tax interviews and tax return preparation for both individuals and businesses. Please call (801)322-2113 collect and ask Natalie to schedule a time for your personal meeting. Ted and Joe will also be available at that number to answer any questions you may have prior to their arrival in Milford. Ted or Joe will meet with you for you prescheduled appointment time at the following location: 1145 North Highway 257, Milford, Utah. Ted and Joe will also be available by phone at 387-2383 while in Milford. We enjoy our close relationship with the residents of Milford and hope to assist you in minimizing your tax liability for 1997 and thereafter.