|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
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|Rights Holder||Alice Smith, Milford, Utah|
|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Beaver County Monitor|
wo | P.O. Box 224 Milford, UT 84751 P. O. Box 224 Milford, Utah 84751 APRIL 9, 1998 Haster Sunday and New Beginnings academic achievements, the very purpose of our schools. Winners and runners-up were announced at the 20" annual Southwest Utah Sterling Scholar program held Thursday night at the M.K. Cox Performing Arts Center on the Campus of Dixie College, St. George Utah. One hundred sixty one students, their parents, teachers and supporters attended a banquet honoring the Sterling Scholar from each school. At the banquet, Ferril Heaton, Sterling Scholar committee District, member, Kane School introduced guest speaker Randy W. Wilkinson, President of Wilkinson Electric, Inc. and Ace Mechanical Contractors. Wilkinson reminded each student that they are all winners by virtue of being there and that they are indeed our future leaders. He reminded them of the “Law of the Harvest” that what so ever Front: Jonathon and Nathaniel. The Valley Alliance Church officially begins a new ministry in Milford on Easter Sunday, April 12th. The Church will function as a part of the interdenominational Christian Missionary Alliance. After joining with the Southern Baptist congregation at 6:30 A.M. for a Sunrise Easter Service at 485 North 100 West, the Valley Alliance Church will offer an Easter Celebration Service at the Pavilion, beginning at 9:30 A.M. This will be followed by.a continental breakfast. Easter Sunday Worship Service will be held at 11:00 A.M. In addition to Sunday services, youth groups have already been started. they sow, so shall they reap, the only It's Coming! Junior invited to call 691-8226 for further information. start or “plant” a church there. With that congregation now healty and growing, he and He has been in touch with the local group for about a year, with Sunday services being held in the Seventh Day Adventist building. The MILFORD EASTER EGG HUNT! church has contracted with Milford City for a meeting place as soon as remodeling of the old LDS Church building into a civic center has been completed....probably some time in July. Van Gilst, who grew up on a pig farm in Iowa, received his Bachelor Degree April 11, 1998 but has his manager), met with the Milford City mer ne that people were crazy Community Citizen UT. April 7 It’s a very unique and novel | Team Leader, “Circle sponsored by and Milford Lady Lions ortunate : In ee 5 Oe ich will ceer a ae eS a é acific Cen order and ie cae itteee be in | established. demand for export, not only to states ee Four Beste to : é ai three have The meet , hoe s will be each and everyone enjoyed - 3rd place 3rd place 2Mile 300 meter hurdles Nisha Livingston s Lisa Jensen 3rd place 800 meter 400 Paes Sarah Mayer 2ndplace place 3rd 200 meter meter Brittany Stewart 6thplace Shot Put :: a at 10:00 A.M.,_ Milford if Circle Four Farms : Danon Wood finished with yet another first place medal as well as a T-shirt for his age and weight eee Jacob Wright also added another first place medal as well as a T-shirt for his age and weight ® (j AT&T Building -Appraised value: $68.500. Bids: Valley Alliance Church: $1,000.;Terry Wiseman: $10,050.; Ron Wunderlich: $72,000. High bid accepted. Building sold as is/where is. Vacant lot behind the city buililing - Appraised value: $8,000. Bids: H. E. Griffiths and Bryan Warby: $5,600.; | David Lake: $500.;Mark Whitney: $5,000. Wright, Danan Wood. Middle row: Jesse Wright, Landon Mayer, Jason Wright, Nick Friar, Jake Wright. Front row: Alex Wright,i Braiden Davis, Michael Flororence, EriEric Wilorenee avis, Zak Maples, ples, 100 meter hurdles Advisory Committee is made up (Continued on page page 3 3) : Saturday ese Back row, left to right: Harrison Lamb, Melanie Florence, Landon Maples, Spencer : e Gammaniyy og Sth place pet reservations have been received. All will meet at the Circle Four Office in Milford (341 South Main Street). Please make your reservations through the receptionist at Circle Four Farms (387-2107.) Larger groups can call for special arrangements. Please call for . reservations now! some 5, CGD Chrystal Holm You can take a tour of Circle Four Farms! tours WARS Nick Schofield TOURS OF CIRCLE FOUR FARMS Regular up re ess wide. One of the opportunities this | committee a ‘ let ‘even tha pork is the meat of choice world- the Panguitch Invitational track meet. This event themselves. The following are the medal recipients fic'the ds pce aad eld exente ae er a od Mil a a is to s the og s best | to be proactive in educating the pork producer. We’re not there yet.” th : Stoecker explained some basic || <<oo ee: ne uae industry is going through a lot of en wee 9 am The Milford High School track & field team traveled Saturday, April 4th to Richfield for weather project and we are excited about the | desires to be good corporate improvements that are occurring. | citizen. We also want to continue economics of pork production: ' “Our ~ Little League Wrestling spirits and ready to run. As the day progressed the (Press Pe nd. “New Courtesy Circle southwestern Utah, said, "Now P’vetve, || Release Farms) According to Steve4 come to realize the innovation of that | polimann Circle Four Production idea. universities throughout Utah. was combined with 1A and 2A schools both participating. The kids were met with cold rain and snow, and despite the weather, they were in great ; a Circle Fiour - An Active tor | Milford, All participants received a certificate. Winners received a pin along with various scholarships from colleges and MHS Track & Field Randy Stoecker, president of Midwest operations for Murphy Family Farms, and Steve Pollman, Circle 4 Farms Resource Team Leader (general alld ce Hurricane, School Gym The family plans to move to Circle 4 Thanks Milford City Council initially Canyon, Milford High Milford as soon as their Santa Clara home is sold. And....sooner is better. “We started our tomato plants in portable buckets,” Donice confirmed. Council to acknowledge the support the aS receives A a city. Snow Enterprise. Seven years ago, Reverend Ray Van Gilst was called to the St. George area to especially so....because we enjoy this small town,” he said. This year Milford High School sent students in 8 of the 14 categories. work. He also reminded them that “to They were Jenny White-English, Cheryl thine own self be true” realize life while Barnes-Mathematics, Kaden Lekowe live it, help our fellow men, never: Science, Jessie McDermott-Applied forsake the things we know to be true, Technology, Tiffany Asay-Family, don’t get caught up in the things around Consumer and Health Sciences, Natlie us and when we look into the mirror, © Nelson-Business and Marketing and make the person in the glass our best Linette Holm-General Scholarship. . friend. He advised the students that Kaden Leko, Milford High School, talent is God given, praise is man given the son of Joey and Jolyn Leko, and conceit is self given. Recognize emerged from what was possibly the your talents and then use them to serve most competitive group in the history of others. Build bridges for those whom the program, as runner up for Sterling will come later and always let your heart Scholar in the Science category. Mark be your guide. Robinson, the son of Noal and Linda The students and audience were Robinson and Sheb Davie the son of later greeted at the awards ceremony by Jetta Davie and Craig Davie, Beaver Robert C. Huddleston, President of High School were Sterling Scholars in Dixie College. Max Rose, Academic Mathematics and Agriculture Science ’ Vice President, Dixie College was the respectively. Tamara Foster, the master of ceremonies for the program daughter of Leonard and Janice Foster, which got under away at 7 PM. Beaver High School announced as runner up for Speech and Drama. With 14 categories to choose from, ranging from mathematics to The night ended with acclimates dance, students had chosen the area in given to all 161 students. Although only which their interest was greatest. While one from each category was recognized not all 14 categories were filled in all the as the Southwest Sterling Scholar, each schools, each student who participated student was acknowledged for their was able to bring out their very best in outstanding efforts and were insured that their chosen field. Winners and runnersthey were all winners by superbly up were announced from the 14 representing their schools and having - participating high schools which participated in this years Sterling Scholar program. included Milford, Beaver, Cedar, Kanab, Panguitch, Dixie, Canyoni View, Pine View, Parowan, Bryce Vallley and . elementary age children, will begin the week following Easter. Interested individuals are ‘from St. Paul’s Bible College. He has just completed studies for a Master’s Degree, will not be taking his exams until the Milford church is established. Van Gilst helped the Missonary Alliance start churches in Wyoming, Idaho, and Nevada, with first ministry being in Evanston, Wyoming. “There is great potential for a church in the area. We are excited to be here, VOL. VIII NO. 15 law that survives the test of time, and that there are no short cuts, only hard Escalante, high and high school age groups meet on Saturday nights. “Good News” kids clubs, for his family are looking at a new frontier. y Area Sterling Scholars Recognized By John Gledhill: In an era when academics seems to have taken a back seat to spectator sports and other activities, it was refreshing to see the efforts that were put forth in recognizing our local students for excelling in their The Van Gilst Family - Back Row: Abigail, Donice and Ray. Standard Rate U.S. Postage PaidMilford, UT. 84751 Permit No. 15 High bid accepted. Justice Court Building - Appraised value: $14,500. Bids: Terry Wiseman: $5,510.; David Lake: $2,500.; Mark Whitney: $14,000. High bid accepted. division. Michael Florence placed 2nd for Th graders, and Eric Florence placed 3rd in his weight division. Jesse Wright pl ght placed i 3rd also inin hihis category, while brother Alex placed 4th after a very tough match. Jared Sherwood placed 4th in his age bracket. Spencer Wright, Landon Mayer, and Braiden Davis finished out the season in 5th placed but have wrestled hard all season in 5th place but have wrestled hard all season long. : These wrestlers proved to be the best in Little League Wrestling for Southwest Utah in their individual categories. Most of these boys have several medals accredited to their names with Danon Wood remaining undefeated this year as a first grader. Little League Participants were: 7th grade, Kyle Maples - 6th grade, Michael Florence 4th grade, Eric Florence, Jared Sherwood, Braiden Davis, Alex Wright, Zak Maples - 3rd grade, Kevin Sibley - 2nd grade, Jacob Wright, Jesse Wright, Landon Mayer, Jason Wright, Nick Friar, Danon Wood - Undefeated Harrison Lamb- Ist grade, Landon Maples, Spencer Wright, Danon Wood - Preschool, Melanie Florence.