||COVER The cover for this year was created by local artist Chad Nielson, who sent these comments with his drawing: "The inspiration for these images came from experience. When a plow is put into the ground, within minutes of its use the surface becomes a silvery luster. If the plow is left out in the rain for even a few minutes rust begins to dull its surface. The allegory of the plow to this publication is in the purpose of existence, to glean the knowledge and wisdom of those who have so much more experience. In other words, rather than letting these things go to the grave, and by using the experiences of these people we are keeping their plows shiny. "The back cover was drawn from the west side of the temple. The spires glow in the late afternoon sunlight, the shadows are long. While standing there you realize you are in the shadow of the great ones who built this edifice. [It is| their idea of a shadow of a celestial world." ADVERTISING Radio Stations KMTI and KMXU, Messenger-Enterprise, Manti; Gunnison Valley News. Gunnison: Pyramid. Mt. Pleasant; The Provo Herald, Provo; Richfield Reaper, Richfield; Commiltee members and volunteers. EDITING Diana Major Spencer is a native of Salt Lade City and a descendant of Mormon Pioneers of 1847. Her home is in Mayfield. She teaches English at Snow College. This year marks the fifteenth year she has volunteered her service as proofreader and copy editor for the Sapa.