||RULES FOR SANPETE HISTORICAL WRITING CONTEST 1. The Sanpete Historical Writing Contest is open to all interested persons who live in Sanpete County and to all former Sanpete County residents. 2. Contestants may enter in one of three divisional Senior Citizen, Professional, or Ron-Professional. Each entry aust state clearly the division In which It is to be entered. Each division will be judged In five categories! Anecdotes or Incidents, Poetry, Short Story, Historical Essay, and Personal Recollection. 3. Cash Prizes will "he awarded as follows! Historical Essay, Short Story, and Personal Recollection-1st, $25.00; 2nd, $10.00; Poetry-1st, $20.00; Anecdote-1st, $10.00; 2nd, $5.00. Third place will be awarded "Honorable Mention" and will be included in the publication, SAGA OF THE SANPITCH, Volume JA. 4. Essay, anecdote, or personal recollection articles must be written on a historical, pioneer, or Indian theme, based on true happenings in Sanpete County during the years 1849 to 1932. Poetry and short story must be consistent with life in that period of time in Sanpete history and must be based on actual events, existing legends, or traditions. 5. All entries must be the original work of the contestant and should be in keeping with good literary standards. Anecdotes and historical essays taken from family histories, or histories of our area or county, must be authentic and fully documented. Source of material for poetry, personal recollection, and fiction, whether written cr verbal, must be stated. 6. The entry must never have been published or must not now be in the hands of an editor and other person to be published, or is decided. ?. Only one entry in each category may be submitted by each contestant. Only one cash award will be presented to any individual in one year. A person winning first prize in any category for two cnnspfiutivp years must W3^t nr)P year before pr.tpri ng again in that category. He will, however, be eligible to compete for first place in either of the other categories. 8. Three copies of each entry are required. Kaaes or other means of identification must not appear on manuscripts. Each entry must be accompanied by a separate 8 1/2 by 11 inch sheet bearing name and address of author, title, and first line of poem, story, essay, anecdote, or personal recollection. Also, the division in which the author wishes his entry to be placed must be stated. 9. Manuscripts must be typewritten and the number of words or lines written on the first fiage of entry.