||JUDGES Susie Watser was bom in Lovell, Wyoming, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lon Johnson. After graduating from B.Y.U.,she married Kenneth Walser. They are the parents of five children and have 16 grandchildren. In 1981 they moved to Sanpete County. Susie taught school at Gunnison Valley Elementary until she and Kenneth left on a mission to England in 1990. They reside in Mayfield. Vema Scow Christiansen was born in Mayfield, Utah. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Scow. Vema graduated from Manti High School and married William Christiansen. They operated the Mayfield Mercantile for many years, and still reside in Mayfield. They are the parents of four children and have 52 grandchildren and great grandchildren. Verna is known for her dramatic reading, book reports and writings. Carolle Denton is the wife of Donald W. Denton of Sterling. She was bom in Minneapolis, Minnesota. She moved to the Salt Lake Valley and was converted to the L.D.S. Church in 1946. Carolle and Don are the parents of eleven children and one foster child; grandparents of forty-four grandchildren and three great grandchildren. She graduated from a four year fine arts course in 1965, and BYU in 1981. She is a talented writer and artist and uses her talents in the service of others. For three of the last four years, they have been in South Africa, serving on two separate missions for the LDS Church. RULES FOR SANPETE WRITING CONTEST 1. The Sanpete Historical Writing Contest is opes to all Sanpete County resident] and former residents. 2. Contestants may enter id Ute Professional. Non-Professional or Senior Divisions. Each entry must flats clearly the division in which it i» to be entered. Bach division will be judged in five categories: Anecdotes, Poetry, Short Story, Historical Ejsay and Personal Recollection. 3. A cash prize of ten dollars will be awarded for first place and complimentary 4. All rarl., m.'» kind «, «*..] «m., .»«*, k(_l. 0, .,«)»„, of Sanpete County and must be consistent with the time period. They must be authentic and fully documented. 5. All entries must be the original work of the contestant in keeping with good literary standards. They must not have been published or rausl not now be in the hauls of an editor aul/or other persons to be published. The entry must not be submitted for publication elsewhere until the contest is decided.