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Family - Arts Festival enjoyed by a!l It was perfect...
Arts Festival enjoyed by a!l It was perfect weather for the Art Festival Seen enjoying the sun and the beautiful, creative displays displays were: Joan and Joe VanSe-ters, VanSe-ters, VanSe-ters, County Commissioner Gale Aldred, Jenny Abbott, Lorna Hen-drickson, Hen-drickson, Hen-drickson, Diann Covington, Lynn Zimmerman, from around the county and Kay and Pam Hunt from Beaver. The displays are always always more colorful ami varied than I remember. Each year I think it could not be better and it always is. The Art Festival featured artists ' such as Rhonda Rainey, Pocatello, Idaho. Rhonda is a high school art teacher who does delicate water-colors water-colors water-colors in her off time to display here each spring. Royanne Baum from Provo also displayed water colors. Jim Simison, Coalville, featured featured pottery with a southwestern motif. Easter visitors to our area were: Boyce and Bonnie Ulrich, Far-mington, Far-mington, Far-mington, New Mexico, visiting Lo-rin Lo-rin Lo-rin and Ferral Jones of Veyo and Boyces mother, Lottie Ulrich of St. George. Beulah and Guy Tobler enjoyed a visit from their daughter Lorie, husband George and family from Flaggstaff, Ariz. . Linford and Stella Bracken of Gunlock picniced with their sons and families. Attending were: Michael Michael and Rolayne Bracken and family from Gunlock, Rick and Debbie Bracken and family from St. George, Kirk and Berniece Bracken and family from Enterprise. Enterprise. Also as a guest was Marva Ray of St. George. Lorna Muir of Elko visited with her children Easter weekend. She was joined by daughter Lornell Bowler of Reno, son Charles Bowler Bowler and wife Janet from St. George, son Randall Bowler and wife Tana of Leeds and daughter Patty, daughter Dena and husband Jim Simison of Coalville. The children visited with their parents, Elwood and Afton Bowler of Veyo. Nvoka and Walter Smith of Washington City, along with daughter Arline and family friends journeyed to Tijuana and Rosar-ita, Rosar-ita, Rosar-ita, Mexico for a pre-Easter pre-Easter pre-Easter break. They enjoyed three days of camping camping out on the beaches and enjoyed the sun, sand and the ocean breezes. "It was a great adventure for us," Arline said. Eric Hendershot, well known screen writer now residing in St. George, will teach a class this Suarter at Dixie College, "Intro-uction "Intro-uction "Intro-uction to screen writing." Writers Writers taking the class are: Eileen Prisbrey, Ivins, Burt Wood, Fae Donna Cooley, Anita Gross and interested college students from St. George. Renee's Restaurant will be opening opening soon on St. George Blvd. at the site of the old "Jolly King" restaurant restaurant according to Renee's Helen Gardner 1. Washington County Grapevine in Idaho. Leila Barron and daughter Britta Lynn were the Easter weekend guests of Leila's parents, Metta and Marvin Chadourn of Veyo. Maurine Hinton, former manager manager of Bloomington Country Club has accepted the position of Food Services Manager for that department department at Utah State University in Logan. Carole Hayes, Bloomington Hills, tells me of a Sheltie Collie who has adopted Bloomington Park North. Her name is Lacey and she lives with her family at parks edge, but her joy every day is to chase sparrows which she never catches, run after children's balls which she returns and play tag soccer with the children. Carole Carole goes to the park just to watch and enjoy this wonderful, friendly animal, Speaking of animals, racoons are thriving in Gunlock. There are two racoons who come to my back patio every night in Gunlock and feast on the left over cat food. They climb the pecan tree and get all the hard to reach nuts that are left, while they leave shells and hulls on the lawn below. A mailman who insists on remaining remaining anonymous tells me the following "Weekend Break Tales": 1. Mail people are taught survival traffic driving. He takes no chances and is off the boulevard by 1 p.m., no matter the obstacles; ' 2. One motel room rented to two youths ended up with twenty guests a couple of hours later; 3. Mail people drive on the right to be able to reach mail boxes. Along comes a car on the sidewalk to the right of him, keeping pace and trying to pass; 4. Asked to pose for a picture with three lovlies, the mail man obliged and forgot to ask for a copy of the picture; 5. Sometimes Sometimes receives obscene gestures from boys, never from girls; 6. See's most kids having fun . . . That's all folks. See you next week. i m. m uent Tiis 'mss km louse Charter Counseling Center of Southern Utah invites you to an open house. . Thursday, April 11 4-6 4-6 4-6 p.m. CHARTER a COUNSELING CENTER OF SOUTHERN UTAH 1086 South Main Plaza, Suite 202 St George, Utah 673-8700 673-8700 673-8700 Child Adolescent Counseling Services Anxiety, Depression, Stress Individual, Family & Marriage Therapy 1 Intensive Outpatient Chemical Dependency Program Women's Issues Counseling For Victims of Abuse Free initial consultation " i 910-3300 i i I tfZ r: 911-3300 912-3300

Clipped from The Daily Spectrum07 Apr 1991, SunPage 7

The Daily Spectrum (Saint George, Utah)07 Apr 1991, SunPage 7
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