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Thursday, February 13, 1992 Sun Advocate, Price, Utah 7 Obituaries CLASSIFIEDS Cont. 1980 MUSTANG, RUNS good $700. 381-5184 after 5 p.m. (21 14p) COMPLETELY REBUILT, all new parts, 396 Chev engine. Complete engine and guaranteed.

$1,600. Call Ray, 637-2909 or 637-0922. (2134b) 1988 CHEV CAVALIER, low mileage, 2-door, standard 5-speed. Call 637-6844 after 5'30 m. weekdays, all day weekends.

(2134p) ily suggests contributions to George Galanis Memorial Fund, co Greek Orthodox Church, Price, UT 84501. Helen Fugate Helen Malovich Fugate, age 67, of Sunnyside, died Feb. 10, 1992 in Price. She was born Dec. 12, 1924 in Bon Carbo, daughter of John and Agnes Chrusciel Malovich.

Married Vance J. Fugate July 12, 1942 in Yuma, Ariz; he died Jan. 9, 1986. She was a member of the Catholic Church and a resident of Sunnyside since 1938. Helen enjoyed her needlework.

She is survived by two daughters, Sharrie and Richard Bedier, Henderson, Ann and Johnie Adams, Moab; a daughter-in-law, Toni Fugate, Price; six grandchildren and one great-grandchild; two sisters, Lillian Desho, Washington; and Dorothy Williams, California. Preceded in death by a son, Vance Thomas Fugate. Funeral service will be Thursday, 1 p.m., at Mitchell Chapel. Family will be at Mitchells one hour prior to services. Interment, Price City Cemetery.

CUSTOM ENGINE work, cylinder head rebuilding, custom welding. Wings Things, 1765 West 4300 North, Spring Glen. 472-3006. (31 tf) 1988 CORVETTE COUPE, excellent condition. Cali 637-6761.

(21 12p) MUFFLER REPAIR, single and dual exhaust Center Service and Repair 472-3755. (123tf) 1991 CAMARO RS. white, gray interior, loaded, 16 wheels. 637-8053 (21 12p) 1978 BUICK RIVIERA, 2-door, power windows steering, air, loaded, good condition $1,500 381-2152. (244p) DUNE BUGGY sand rail, 2007 eng excellent condition, lots of chrome and extras, including paddles trailer 637-1396.

(21 12p) NOTICE OF ESTATE SALE Written bids are solicited for the cash purchase of a 1976 Jeep Picku with cab. Mileage 15,350. Interested buyers should mail all bids in writing to the undersigned on or before the 25th day of February, 1992. Said truck shall be sold "as is, without warranty. The right is reserved to reject any and afi bids.

S.V. LITIZZETTE Attorney for the estate of John B. Laboroi 30 South Main Helper, Utah 84526 Published in the Sun Advocate February 13 and 18, 1992. Clair Mathis Clair R. Mathis, 86, of Provo, died of natural causes at home on Feb.

10, 1992. He wa3 bom Sept. 24, 1905, the son of James Sammual Mathis and Mary Ann Robb Mathis. He married Phyllis Reid on June 1, 1931 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. After her death in 1951, he married Christal Litster Young on Aug.

13, 1954 in Salt Lake City. He was raised and attended public schools in Price. Subsequently, he attended Brigham Young University and at age 19, served a three-year mission to Germany. He worked in retailing as a JC Penney assistant manager and manager for 20 years. He managed stores in Bingham Canyon and Spanish Fork.

In 1955, he moved to Provo and spent an additional 20 years working for U.S. Steel at Geneva, lie owned and operated apartments in Provo. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and held many important church callings. He held leadership positions in both the Lions Club and the Kiwanis Club. He was an avid sports fan and loved all Brigham Young University athletics.

He was well known for his many contributions to BYU gymnastics. He is survived by his wife of Provo; two sons and three daughters, James R. Mathis, Provo; Wayne Young, Oklahoma City, Mrs. Kenneth D. (Connie) R.

Marquis, Fair Oaks, Mrs. Robert (Sandra) Jones, Kayenta, Mrs. Steven (Tamara) Tolley, Manhattan 26 grandchildren; 16 greatgrandchildren; one brother and one sister, Thelma Jewkes, Wallace Mathis. He was preceded in death by two brothers, Elwood Mathis and Rex Henry Mathis. Funeral services will be held on Thursday, Feb.

13, 11 a.m., at the Oakhills 4th Ward LDS Chapel, 1600 N. 900 East, Provo. Friends may call at the church one hour prior to services. Interment, Price City Cemetery. Dale Johnson Marvin Dale Johnson, 42, of Price, died Feb.

11, 1992 near Wellington of injuries sustained in a helicopter accident Born Sept 25, 1948 to Ross and Vila Oliver Johnson. Married Starla Prettyman June 1, 1985 in the Salt Lake LDS Temple. He served in the U.S. Navy. Survived by wife, Starla, Price; sons, Bevin, 5, and Rick, 3.

Funeral services will be Saturday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m., at the Car- bonville 1st Ward LDS Chapel in the Westwood subdivision. Fausett Mortuary will be open Friday form 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. for friends to sign the register.

The family will be at the church one hour prior to services. Burial, Price City Cemetery. Josefa Aguirre Josefa Aguirre, 91, died Feb. 7, 1992 in San Francisco, Calif. Born March 8, 1900 in Multi-loa, Guipuzcoa, Spain, to Jose M.

and Juana Aldasoro. Married Prudencio B. Aguirre Sept. 22, 1928 at the Cathedral of the Madeleine in Salt Lake City; he died Nov. 4, 1971.

She came to Price in October 1920, where she resided until March 1977 when she went to live in San Francisco, with her daughter. A member of the Catholic Church, life member of the Price Notre Dame Altar Society. She loved the outdoors and trout fishing. Alast surviving sister of the Aldosoro Bros, of Price and Telluride, Colo. Survived by daughter, Carmen of San Francisco; numerous nieces and nephews in the United States and the Basque Provinces of Spain; in addition to sisters-in-law and brother-in-law.

Funeral Mass Saturday, Feb. 15, 10 a.m., at Notre Dame de Lourdes Catholic Church in Price. Vigil Service Friday, 7 p.m., at Mitchell Chapel. Interment at the Price City Cemetery under the direction of Mitchell Funeral Home. In lieu of flowers, the family suggests contributions to Notre Dame Regional School, Price, LIT 81501.

George Galanis George Galanis, age 77, died Feb. 11, 1992 in Price. Born Aug. 14, 1914 in Sunnys-ide, sen of John N. and Goldie Marinakis Galanis.

Married Myrtle Bridges Dec. 6, 1970 in Salt Lake City; she died July 3, 1990. lie was a member of the Greek Orthodox Church, where he served as a chantor for many years and held other church affiliations. Member of the Utah Association of the Blind and Price senior citizens. Survived by nieces and nephews.

Bob Galanis, Phoenix, John Galanis, Salt Lake City; Goldie Eliopulos, Henderson, Mike Kandaris, Salt Lake City; Anna Kandaris, Price; John Kandaris, Price; cousin, Terpsihori Markulis, California; and a community of friends. Funeral service Friday, 10 a.m., Gieek Orthodox Church. Triasgion Prayer Service Thursday, 7 p.m., Mitchell Chapel with r. NOTICES OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS Meetings are on Thursdays, 3:30 p.m., in the front conference room at Four Comers Mental Health, 575 E. 100 South, Price.

PET LICENSING IN HELPER In order to comply with Helpers animal ordinance, local residents must purchase dog licenses in the immediate future. Pet licensing should have been completed by Feb. 1, and citations will be issued on all violations of the citys animal ordinance. PEACE GARDEN to honor all veterans will be constructed west ofthe Price City Library. Donations are still being sought.

Those who would like to donate are urged to send contributions to Peace Gardens, co Price City, Price, UT 84501. Those wishing to donate to the Price centennial celebration may also direct contributions to the city. DISASTER PROGRAM DEADLINE The final date to sign up for the 1990-91 disaster crop loss program is March 13. The Emery County ASCS office is open Monday through Friday from 7:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

in Castle Dale. The Carbon County ASCS office is open Wednesdays from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. There will be no extension to the sign-up deadline. WORLD EXPERIENCE HOST FAMILIES NEEDED Exchange students from Russia, Estonia, Eastern Europe, Latin America, Scandinavia, Germany, Asia, Spain and other countries need homes in Carbon and Emery counties for next school year.

World Experience is also looking for American students, ages 16 to 18, to participate in summer, five-month and 10-month foreign exchange programs. Contact John and Sara Bryant, Price. 1 92utosJtewJuUsed FOR SALE 1974 Nova SS Spirit of America car, 350 c.i. 4-speed. For more information, call 637-7641.

(21 12p) GOVERNMENT SEIZED vehicles from $100. Fords, Mercedes, Corvettes, Chevys, surplus. Buyers Guide. (1) 805-962-8000 ext. S-7063.

(121 8p) 1986 FORD COACHMAN motor home, under 5,000 miles, sleeps six, excellent condition, generator forced air heating, air conditioning, asking $26,000. Phone 637-5124 after 5 p.m. (1286p) lEiraiG BECAUSEtTHE PEOPLI iMUSIiKNOWji PUBLIC NOTICE The annual membership meeting of the John Wesley Powell River History Museum will be held, February 17. 1992 at 11 AM in the JW Powell River History Museum, 885 East Main Street, Green River, Utah. Everyone welcome to attend.

Published in the Sun Advocate February 11 and 13. 1992. HEARING February 11 and 13, 1992. listthemaliiiierearea NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING Notice is hereby given by CARBON CANAL COMPANY, a with its principal place of business in Price, Utah, that the annual stockholders meeting will be held on Tuesday, February 18, 1992 at 8:00 PM in the Commission Chambers of the Carbon County Courthouse in Price, Utah. At said meeting a report will be made by the Treasurer, and such other business will be transacted as may properly come before said meeting.

Also, four Board members for two-year terms will be elected. IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I hereunto set my hand arid affix the seal of said Corp. this 3rd day of February, 1992. CARBON CANAL COMPANY By: Ann B. OBrien, Secy.

Published in the Sun Advocate February 11 and 13, 1992. NOTICE OF Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Carbon County, Utah will hold a public hearing on March 18, 1992 at 10:00 AM in the commissioners room of the Courthouse, Price, Utah for the purpose of considering recommendations of the County Planning Commission for a change of zoning from to C-2 of the area listed below: Beginning 1655.38 Feet West and 789.17 feet South of Northeast Corner Northeast Section 25, Township 13 South, Range 9 East, Salt Lake Base Meridian; North 81.48 feet West 379.31 feet; South 24.34 feet East 354.6 feet; East 362.68 feet; North 271.83 feet; West 134.19 feet to beginning. Details of the proposed change are on file in the oflice of the County Clerk, County Courthouse, Price, Utah, and may be examined at any time during oflice hours until the date of the hearing. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CARBON COUNTY UTAH -s-Emma R. Kuykendall Chairman NARCOTICS ANONYMOUS Monthly meetings ofthe Price Narcotics Anonymous group are held Tuesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 7 p.m.

in room 125 at Castleview Hospital. A Naranon family support group meeting is held on Mondays at 8 p.m., also in room 125. New members are welcome at these meetings. AA, ALANON Meetings in Carbon County take place at the Price City Ilall, rear entrance, Main and 200 East, unless otherwise noted. Meeting times are: Tuesday 8 p.m., AA open meeting, basem*nt of the Good (Continued on Page 8) Rev.

Father Kallinikos Petsas officiating. Interment, Price City Cemetery. In lieu of flowers, fam- easca (Mm, ATTEST: -s-Norman Prichard County Clerk Published in the Sun Advocate Big Solid Pine Chest $239 EXTRA i.j-i, i LARGE 1 CAPACITY JViiiMiTTI WASHER! lUiUU 2 Speed Washer pair Sensor Dryer $720 Sofas Recliners From $249 Dinettes -From 199 Chinas 12 Price Bunk Bed Solid Oak 199 Mattress Box Spring Full Size 149 Wall Cabinets Solid Pine From 259 Bedroom Sets 3 Fleet, Drtsur, Mtiror, Headboard .4 9 9 Sleeper Sofa Full Size mm ..299 Vertical Blinds nmnnnnhmnmmmn rom 60 off Sofa Love Seat From 699 13" Remote TV GOLDSTAR 219 25" Remote TV ge. 499 Dryer Gas, Automatic 333 Dryer Electric, Automatic 275 Washer Large Capacity 370 Dishwasher Undarcounter, 3-way wash 2 9 9 Jennifer, You mean more to me than you could ever guess. You are the reason for my hopes and dreams.

You are and you will always be my only valentine. Happy Valentine's Day. Love, Louie Happy 13th Birthday Valentine Baby 2-14-79 S' "'1 ft I It WKir.4 i Love Always, Mom, Dad, Melissa, Haley, Daniel NOTICE OF Notice is hereby given that the Board of County Commissioners of Carbon County, Utah will hold a public hearing on March 18, 1992 at 10:00 AM in the Commissioners room of the Courthouse, Price, Utah for the purpose of considering recommendations of the County Planning Commission for a change of zoning from to C-2 of the area listed below: Beginning at the intersection of the Southerly Hwy RAV line of US-6 and the West Vi Section line ofthe NWX SE54 Section 3, said intersector point lies approximately 2640 ft. East and 1510 It. north of the SW Comer of Section 3, R1 IE, and running thence 650 ft.

along said Hwy RW thence South 150 thence 650 thence North 150 ft. to the point of beginning. Details of the proposed change are on file in the office of the County Clerk, County Courthouse, Price, Utah, and may be examined at any time during office hours until the date of the hearing. BY ORDER OF THE BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSIONERS OF CARBON COUNTY UTAH s-Emma R. Kuykendall Chairman HEARING February 11 and 13, 1992.

Gtrsnfina on 3 Nortg-Carboi feeStoresIde'j ATTEST: -s-Norman Prichard County Clerk Published in the Sun Advocate I.

The Sun-Advocate from Price, Utah (2024)


Does Price Utah have a newspaper? ›

Newspaper The Sun-Advocate (Price, Utah) 1932-Current.

Who founded Price Utah? ›

Price was organized on 14 July 1892 while it was still a part of Emery County. Caleb Baldwin Rhoades and Abraham Powell, trappers from Salem, Utah, were the first recorded settlers in the Price River Valley. They arrived in October 1877 and built a cabin in the northwest corner of what is now Price.

Is Price a city in Utah? ›

Welcome to Price, Utah.

Price City is a culturally diverse community rich in history and surrounded by scenic adventures and landscapes unmatched in their beauty and serenity.

What county is Price Utah in? ›

Price – Carbon County Utah.

Who sells newspapers and magazines? ›

A newsagent's shop or simply newsagent's or paper shop (British English), newsagency (Australian English) or newsstand (American and Canadian English) is a business that sells newspapers, magazines, cigarettes, snacks and often items of local interest.

What is the major newspaper in Salt Lake City? ›

The Salt Lake Tribune is the largest circulated daily newspaper in Salt Lake City, Utah.

How did Price Utah get its name? ›

Price, Utah, was named for William Price, a Mormon bishop who explored the area in the 1860s. With its stark, barren cliffs and arid landscape, this area attracted few settlers until coal was discovered in the 1880s. The small town grew, attracting workers from around the world to Utah's expanding coal industry.

How old is Price Utah? ›

Price, city, seat (1894) of Carbon county, central Utah, U.S., on the Price River, 65 miles (105 km) southeast of Provo. Settled in 1877 by Mormons, it was named for the river discovered in 1869 by William Price, a bishop of the Mormon church.

What percentage of price Utah is Mormon? ›

As of 2020, 60.68% of Utahns are reported as members of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.

Is price Utah a good place to live? ›

Price is a really great place for growing up. It is a very progressive city, but its younger residents may or may not plan on staying in Price. It is safe for the most part as well. I like Price Utah because it's not to big but still has nice has a very good University that's close to the Parks.

What is the cheapest county to live in in Utah? ›

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Is Price Utah a small town? ›

Price is a town in Utah with a population of 8,174. Price is in Carbon County. Living in Price offers residents a sparse suburban feel and most residents own their homes.

Is Price Utah worth visiting? ›

Price is a great jumping-off point for visits to Goblin Valley State Park and the Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry. You'll find some amazing pictograph and petroglyph rock art at places like Nine Mile Canyon, Wedge Overlook and Buckhorn Draw.

What is Price UT known for? ›

Price is noted as a mining town, as well as for its history as a religious and ethnically diverse community, very atypical for Utah.

What city is the independent newspaper in? ›

The Laguna Beach Independent Newspaper (The Indy) the only local news source published in print, online, a mobile app, promoted through our email database and our social media feeds.

Does Salt Lake City have a daily newspaper? ›

After a year, the publishers changed the name to the Salt Lake Daily Tribune and Utah Mining Gazette, but soon after that, they shortened it to The Salt Lake Tribune.

Does St George Utah have a newspaper? ›

Newspaper The Daily Spectrum (St. George, Utah) 1983-Current Spectrum.

Does Salt Lake City have a newspaper? ›

Deseret News

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