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May 19, 1993 The Pyramid Page Five Public Notice NOTICE WATER USERS TO BID The SPRING CITY State Engineer INVITES BIDS TO received the following MAINTAIN CEME- Application(s) to Appropriate Water in TERY GROUNDS. Sanpete County (Loca- Area: approximately 7.5 acres. Dates of contract, July, August and September of 1993. April, May and June of 1994. Duties to include: watering, mowing, trim around roadways and grave stones, thatching, replanting of graves, removal of leaves in the fall.

Successful bidder must supply own equipment and be prepared to start July 1, 1993. Send bids to Gary Parnell, Box 116, Spring City, Utah 84662. Published in The Pyramid May 5, 12 and 19, 1993. INVITATION TO BID Mt. Pleasant City Corporation is accepting sealed bids for Mt.

Pleasant Historic Commercial District, Facade Restoration Program, Phase III. The work consists of storefront construction and restoration, together with all incidental work required according to plans and specifications obtainable at Mt. Pleasant City Hall, 115 West Main, Mt. Pleasant, Utah or at the office of Smith Balle Architects, 845 South Main, Bountiful, Utah beginning May 17, 1993 at 2:00 p.m. Proposal forms, plans and specifications, all contained in the Project Manual, may be obtained upon the payment of a $20.00 deposit made payable to Mt.

Pleasant City. Deposits will be refunded if the project manuals are returned to the City in good condition within fourteen (14) days of the bid opening. Sealed bids for furnishing all materials, labor, tools and equipment necessary to complete said work must be submitted on the forms included in the ProjectManual and are to be submitted to the office of the City Manager, 115 West Main, Mt. Pleasant, Utah, until 2:00 p.m. daylight savings time, on May 28, 1993, at which time they will be opened and read aloud.

This project is funded through a Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant. The contractor will be required to comply with all FEDERAL LABOR STANDARDS AND ATTENDANT LAWS, including the payment of the most current Daviswages. Published in The Pyramid May 14 and 21, 1993. NOTICE OF SPRING CITY BUDGET HEARING A budget hearing for Spring City will be held Thursday, May 27, at 7:30 p.m. at the City Hall.

Published in The Pyramid May 19, 1993. Keith Sorensen City Recorder FACTORY AUTHORIZED SMALL ENGINE REPAIR SERVICE Factory Warranty Service Available BRIGGS STRATTON TEc*msEN: HONDA Power Equipment! Many parts in stock for mechanic CARPENTER SEED CO. 1030 S. State St. Provo, Utah IN THE SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT OF SANPETE COUNTY STATE OF UTAH IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF ERVEN J.

BROTHERSEN, ANNOUNCEMENT OF APPOINTMENT AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Deceased Probate No. 923600044 MELBA P. BROTHERSEN, whose address is 375 South 1st West, Mt. Pleasant, Utah 84647, has been appointed Personal Representative of the aboveentitled 1 estate. Creditors of the estate are hereby notified to (1) deliver or mail their written claims to the personal representative at the address above; (2) deliver Or mail their written claims to the personal representative's attorney of record, DEL B.

ROWE, at the following address: 535 West 500 South Bountiful, Utah 84010; or (3) file their written claims with the Clerk of the District Court in Sanpete County, or otherwise present their claims as required by Utah law within three months after the date of the first publication of this notice or be forever barred. DEL B. ROWE Attorney for Personal Representative 535 West 500 South Bountiful, Utah 84010 Published in The Pyramid May 19, 26 and June 2, 1993. Kitione Touhini, Jr. MT.

PLEASANT-Graveside services were held May 14 at the Mt. 26 months, who died May 12, 1993, at home. He was born February 20, 1991, in West Valley City to Kitione Ulmer (Deon) Touhuni, Sr. and Michelle Wilcox. He was here a short time but touched many people's lives.

He is survived by parents; grandparents Tyler and Terri Tuttle; aunts and uncles Cheri, Elton, Christopher, Elise and Kenny Tuttle, all Mt. Pleasant; and by grandmother Annette Turner; great-grandparents Donna Osborn and Clair Tuttle; and great-great-grandmothers Lila Graham and Katherine Winkler. Clara Watson MT. PLEASANT-Services were held May 18 at the Mt. Pleasant LDS Stake Center for Clara Opal Frandsen Watson, 82, who died May 13, 1993 in Orem.

She was born May 27, 1910, to Lee and Elvina Ostensen Kelsey. She married Roy Frandsen in Mt. Pleasant on April 14, 1933. He died September 10, 1981. She married Oswald Watson in Moroni on February 4, 1986.

She was an active member of the LDS Church and delighted in singing in the choir. She was a visiting teacher for 50 years. She enjoyed women's clubs. She and her first husband farmed for many years, and she was known for her cooking. She is survived by husband, West Jordan; children Leon 0.

Frandsen, Kearns, Valoy Smith, Orem, Elvin Frandsen, Mt. Pleasant, Caren Dixon, Wendover; sister Nola Peterson, Mt. Pleasant; 20 grandchildren and 31 greatgrandchildren. Burial was in the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery.

Ephraim Art Metal, Inc. BEN GORDON CALL 283-4880 Ornamental Iron Staircases Dividers -Portable Welding Minta Cox BOUNTIFUL Services will be held Thursday, May 20, at Russon Brothers Mortuary, 295 North Main, Bountiful, for Minta S. Cox, 93, who died May 16, 1993 in Bountiful. She was born January 28, 1900, in Fairview to Martin and Diantha Nielsen Sanderson. She married Charles Evan Cox June 5, 1918, in the Manti LDS Temple.

He died October 4, 1983. She was an active member of the LDS Church, serving in various ward and stake positions. She is survived by children: Ora Watson, Bountiful; Dorothy C. Lund, Richfield; Anna Lee Jensen, Clearfield, Sandra Shelley, Sunset; 22 grandchildren; 64 great-grandchildren; 6 great- great- grandchildren; brother: Herman Anderson, Copperton. Preceded in death by husband, one son, and two grandsons.

Friends may call Wednesday evening from 6 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 9:45 to 10:45 a.m. Graveside services will be held at 3 p.m. at the Fairview Cemetery. Frank Madsen MANTI-- Services were held May 13 in the Manti LDS Stake Center for Frank Emil Madsen, 78, who died May 9, 1993 at Gunnison Valley Hospital.

He was born July 31, 1914 in. Manti to Andrew Emil and Ada Jane Davis Madsen. He married LaVe Baird April 15, 1951 in the Manti LDS Temple. He was a farmer and rancher in Sanpete Valley all his life and a member of the LDS Church. He is survived by his wife; two sons, Robert A.

and Sterling both Salt Lake City, and 'LaNette Costanza, Sandy; six grandchildren and five greatgrandchildren. Burial was in the Manti City Cemetery. America's first national monument, Devils Tower and our first national forest, Shoshone, are both located in Wyoming. The state is also home to the world's oldest national park, Yellowstone. To keep rolls hotter longer, put a piece of aluminum foil in the basket under the napkin.

Some whales are known to. make impressive leaps from the water--a behavior scientists call breaching. The first real circus known in America i is believed to have been while he has a friend. had only seven or eight Ricketts Circus estab-Robert Louis years of formal educa- lished in Philadelphia in Stevenson tion. 1792.

GIVE -DO YOU run an ad for emThe Pyramid will YOU NEED NEED WORK? HELP? -DO KID ployers who will hire kids kids, looking or for for work for 2 weeks at no charge. Kids must be 462-2134 under 19. JOB AD DEADLINE-MONDAY NOON YOUTH WANT WORK 12-YEAR-OLD BOY will mow lawns in Mt. Pleasant or Fairview. Call 427-9456 M26L Council nixes proposed cemetery plan Lindsey Teeples tions in Persons objecting to an application must file a Protest stating the reasons for the protest.

To have a hearing before the State Engineer, persons must request a hearing in the Protest. Protest must be filed in duplicate with the State Engineer, 1636 West North Temple, Salt Lake City, Utah 84116, (801- 538-7240) on or before JUNE 25, 1993. (PROTESTS MUST BE LEGIBLE WITH A RETURN ADDRESS). These are informal proceedings as per Rule R655-6-2 of the Division of Water Rights. (LEGEND: Point(s) of Diversion POD; Place of Use POU; Nature of Use USE) 65-2550 (A66838): Dennis and Linda Atwood QUANTITY: 0.015 cfs.

SOURCE: 6 in. well 100 ft. to 500 ft. deep. POD: (1) 1400 1000 from NW Cor, Sec 10, T13S, R4E.

(5 miles North of Fairview) USE: Irrigation: from Apr 1 to Oct 31, total acreage 0.25 acs; Stockwatering: 5 head of livestock; Domestic: 1 family. POU: NW NW Sec 10, T13S, R4E. 65-2551 (A66857): Sandra Murphy QUANTITY: 0.015 cfs. SOURCE: 6 in. well 50 ft.

to 200 ft. deep. POD: (1) 650 650 from Cor, Sec 8, T15S, R3E. (1 mile West of Moroni) USE: Irrigation: from Apr 1 to Oct 31, total acreage 0.25 acs; Stockwatering: 12 head of livestock; Domestic: family. POU: SW SE Sec 8, T15S, R3E.

Robert L. Morgan, P.E. STATE ENGINEER Published in The Pyramid on MAY 12, .19 AND 26, 1993. Raymond Anderson WALES-- Services were held May 15 at the LDS Sanpitch Ward chapel in Wales for H. Raymond Anderson, 84, who died May 12, 1993, at Mountain View Hospital in Payson.

He was born December 8, 1908, in Fountain Green to Hyrum and Ada Carter Anderson. He married Ona Rees in the Manti Temple on June 5, 1929. She died November 11, 1990. He was manager of Moroni Feed Company. He served as bishop of the Wales Ward twice, for a total of 21 years.

He served as high councilman of the Moroni Stake and as a worker at the Manti Temple Visitors Center. He loved fishing, hunting and the outdoors and had a great love for people. He is survived by sons Duane and Maurice Anderson, both Sandy; daughter-in-law LaRae Anderson, Murray; brother Elmo Anderson, Fountain Green; 11 grandchildren, 17 greatgrandchildren and 1 great-great-grandchild. Preceded in death by son Terry, two grandchildren and two sisters. Interment was in the Fountain Green Cemetery.

Yard Sale SATURDAY MAY 22, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Compound bows, utility trailer, weight bench, 9" color TV, baby items, etc. 15 So. 200 Fairview or 427-9446.

M19L RICHFIELD-- Services were held May 17 in the Richfield 7th LDS Ward chapel for Lindsey McCall Teeples, who died suddenly May 13, 1993, in Mt. Pleasant. Lindsey was born March 17, 1992, in Murray to Jeffrey Lee and Deena Jessen Teeples. She loved life, her mommy and daddy and her big brother. Her family are members of the LDS Church.

She is survived by parents and brother Remington Chase Lowry, all Mt. Pleasant; sister Amber Shirlene Teeples, Orem; grandparents Leland T. and LuDean J. Teeples, Richfield; and greatgrandparents Myrtle T. and Clifford Mangum, Bicknell.

Preceded in death by grandparents Val Dean and Nora Mae Nielsen Jessen. Burial was in the Bicknell Cemetery. Cassie Porter SALT LAKE CITY-Services were held May 12 in the Hunter Copperhill Stake Center for Cassie Nicole Porter, 8, who died May 9, 1993, at Primary Children's Medical Center of complications from Hurler's Syndrome. She was born August 23, 1984 in West Valley City, to Ronald Kay and Elaine Wankier Porter. Surviving are her parents and one sister, Amy Patrice, all of West Valley; grandfathers J.

M. Wankier, Corinne, and Vernon G. Porter, Mt. Pleasant. She was preceded in death by brother, Corey Scott, and grandmothers Ivy Wankier and Ethel Porter.

Interment was in Valley View Memorial Park. Candle stubs and empty milk cartons can make good kindling. Adding water, rather than milk, to beaten eggs, will make for a tender omelet. Beauty in things exists in the mind that contemplates them. --David Hume Yellowstone National Park, which covers over two million acres in Wyoming, Idaho and Montana, has more geysers and hot springs than any other area in the world.

No man is useless MT. PLEASANT-- A proposal which would have banned artificial flowers and imposed other restrictions at the cemetery was rejected by the city council at its May 11 meeting. The proposal was introduced during discussion prompted by complaints that city crews had removed flowers from graves the day after Mother's Day to mow the cemetery lawn. City manager Bill Way explained that city crews reported they removed the flowers to be more efficient while maintaining the cemetery. It was pointed out employees were responsible for maintaining all the city's public grounds and not just the cemetery, that they were understaffed and had to adhere to a rigid schedule to accomplish all the work, and that it would take two men to mow the cemetery if flowers were left on the graves (one to mow and one to remove and replace the flowers).

To avoid future conflict with those who routinely decorate graves, employees recommended adopting a policy which spelled out certain cemetery restrictions, such as banning articifial flowers betwen April 1 and October, requiring that all flowers be either on cement or in vases (none on the grass), and that no wires be used to anchor arran- gements. Workers also suggested that flowers be picked up weekly before mowing, that no trees or shrubs be allowed, that any wilted flowers be removed, and that glass jars be forbidden. The council agreed that the proposed cemetery rules were "not workable," and that public input would be needed before any policy change was made. The only current city policy addressing flowers at the cemetery states they might be left on graves up to five days after funerals and Memorial Day. Council members first learned of the matter Monday during a budget work meeting interrupted by a disheartened patron whose Arthur Lee Monson Arthur Monson SALT LAKE CITY-- Services will be held Saturday, May 22, 1993, at 10 a.m.

at the southeast corner of the Utah State Capitol for Arthur Lee Monson, 60, who died May 17, 1993. Evening memorial services will be held May 22 at 7 p.m. at the Mt. Pleasant Cemetery. He was born in Mt.

Pleasant to David Leonel and Eloese Christensen Monson. He had served as Salt Lake County Treasurer since 1974. He was involved in many civic, charitable and professional groups. He was a tribal member of the Koosharem Band of the Paiute Indian Tribe and was actively involved in issues on the Navajo and Ute Indian reservations. He was an officer and worker in the Democratic Party.

He is survived by wife Sally; children Daniel Lee and Rebecca; grandchildren Joshua, Autum, Noelle; sister June; and brother David. Preceded in death by son Kendall Arthur and sister LaRue Conlon. Cleo Meader SALT LAKE. CITY-Graveside services were held May 17 at the Fairview Cemetery for Cleo Meader, 78, who died May 10, 1993, in a Salt Lake nursing home of natural causes. She was born August 21, 1914, in Fairview to David and Mahaile Stewart Rasmussen.

She is survived by several cousins. She was preceded in death by parents; three brothers, Marion, Elmo and Glen Armon; and son Roger. To know is nothing at all; to imagine is everything. --Anatole France In 1900, most Americans did not live past the age of 50. Today, the average life span is about 75 years.

George Washington flowers were among those removed. They expressed dismay that anyone would remove flowers from a grave the day after Mother's Day and even recommended a public apology. Way said he would advise city crews to use more discretion. He also commended employees for their progress cleaning up and getting the cemetery ready for Memorial Day. The largest earns of all animals are those of the African elephant.

They grow as large as four feet across. TEACHING POSITION ANNOUNCED North Sanpete School District The North Sanpete School District is currently accepting requests to transfer or applications to fill the following position: NORTH SANPETE HIGH SCHOOL Full-time Guidance Counselor 1 position Applications will be accepted until June 1, 1993. Interested persons may telephone or request an application by contacting the North Sanpete School District office at 41 West Main Street, Mt. Pleasant, UT 84647. Telephone: (801) 462-2485.

North Sanpete School District is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, medical conditions or disability. POSITION ANNOUNCEMENTS North Sanpete School District The North Sanpete School District is accepting requests to transfer applications to fill the current positions, and other positions which may be vacated. Fountain Green Elementary 2 FTE teachers in mixed grades Moroni Elementary 5th grade teacher position in a.m. Mt.

Pleasant Elementary 1st grade teacher I position 2nd grade teacher 2 positions 4th grade teacher 1 position North Sanpete Middle School 6th grade teacher two positions Math teacher, grades 1 position Science teacher, grds. 1 position North Sanpete High School Music teacher, instrumental-1 position Resource teacher 1 position Women's Social Studies 1 position School District School psychologist-intern-1 position (to be shared between N. Sanpete Juab school districts) Note: Two intern positions will be maintained in the district. These positions will befilled as soon as possible. Persons with applications on file with the district may telephone 462-2485 to have their file activated for these positions.

Application forms may be obtained from North Sanpete School District Office at 41 West Main Street, Mt. Pleasant. North Sanpete School District is an equal opportunity employer. Qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, medical conditions or disability..

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