||JUDGES - (All Sanpete Residents) Diana Major Spencer. A descendant of early Utah families, she grew up in Salt Lake City, graduating from South High School. She earned a B.A. degree from Lake Forest College in Illinois) an M.A. from Longwood College in Virginiai and a Ph. D. from the University of Utah, where she continued as a faculty member for several years. Medieval English literature and the developnent of the humanities are her aajor fields of study and the English language (grammar, history, dialects). She became a 'member" of the Bailey family of Jerusalem at the age of seven, and now lives in Mayfield with her husband, Jon P. Spencer, formerly of Richfield. Marion »¦ Lee. A graduate of Tintic High School in Eureka, and the Brigham Young University in Provo, she came to Ephraim In 195^. She assists her husband in their variety stare, "Kr. Lee's." Mrs. Lee enjoys a broad acquaintance with people in all parts of Sanpete County. Mrs. Lee Jtnri her husband, Glen, are the parents of five children and the grandparents of four lively young boys. Dixie Dorlus Bond. A native of Sanpete County and a descendant of Utah pioneers, she is the mother of three children. She was educated at Gunnison Valley High School and Brawley Union High School. She received an A.S. from Church College of Hawaii, a B.S. in Political Science and English from B.Y.U. and an M.S. in English from Horthern Arizona University. Mrs. Bond was on the teaching staff of the University of Alaska, Wisconsin, California and Williams College. She has taught high school English for ten years and is presently teaching at Manti High School. In her English program she edits and publishs a student magazine, Generations Sanpete, which focuses on the oral history of Sanpete County residents.