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August 2, 1968 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Page Four Patricia McAfee, and her daughter and son, Pam and Mrs. Terry of Nevada City, Calif., are spending the week here at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Riley. They are former residents of Eureka. Mr .and Mrs. Bemell Thomas were and family of Vernon, dinner guests on Monday of his mother, Mrs. Mary Thomas. Later in the day, Mrs. Thomas and her daughter-in-law- , Mrs. Betty Thomas drove to Provo for a vi3it with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas and family. to Eureka Before returning in Payson for a they stopped visit with Mr. and Mrs. Darrell E. Allan Hunter, who will succeed E. M. Naughton as president, general manager and chief executive officer of Utah Power and Light Co. on January 1, 1969. Mr. Naughton will become chairman of the firm's board of directors succeeding Fred A. Moreton, who will then become honorary chairman of the board. Mr. Hunter, graduate of University of MichiUP&L man. gan, is a 31-ye- ar Holden. Clo Ames is in the Utah Val- following knee surgery performed on Monday of this week. Cles many friends are wishing him the best in the way of a speedy and complete recovery. ley Hospital, Althea Cook and her daughter, Mrs. Ned Allinson Mrs, t ' drove to Vernon last Wednesday when they found out that all TVs in Eureka were out of order due to the heavy rain storm cn Monday. They watched the Pioneer Day parade at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ber-ne- ll Thomas. Mrs. Cook states that our Tintic Band was extra special, (naturally) and she feels that the Instructor, Ron Griggs, should definitely come in for a big share of the credit for the outstanding performances of the Tintic Band. It is well understood by the entire district that all feel that Ron is one of the finest band instructors in the state, and should be given an extra big hand every now and then. Mac Bigler, Ted Haynes and Joseph Bernini of Eureka were in Salt Lake Last Saturday attending the State Democratic Convention. Also attending were Mr .and Mrs. Mel Hansen of Mammoth. When a married man pulls out a fat wallet, you can bet he has two things a camera and a child. Carrollton (Ky.) News. 7) by NaMylQster Kteedleeraft Newsc PILLOW that doesn't vie for attention bnt spotlights A LOVELY beautiful your baby. The blue bird of happiness will truly be hold true for looking over babys shoulder. May all other proverbs your little one and may he always be as happy as a lark. NO SALT NECESSARY There are three birds you dont have to catch by sprinkling salt on their tails, just by transferring the pattern onto a carriage pillow. Pick a pale delicate pastel in six strand em- broidery floss or bright colors to bring a bit of sun- shine into the carriage when the hood shades the baby's eyes. A SPECIAL MESSAGE Say congratulations to proud mother and father. A present of handwork like this conveys the special message that baby deserves nothing but the best of your time and attention. Free instructions are available by sending a stamped envelope to the Needlework Editor of this newspaper along with your request for Leaflet PE 1813. self-address- ed, Flight training openings set for helicopters The United States Army presently has flight training openings for high school graduates interested in flying helicopters. Graduates in top physical condition may qualify for the Armys Warrant Officer Flight Training Program. Applicants must be between 18 and 30 0 vision, years old, have and 200 under pounds weigh be mentally alert and primary flight 20-2- Pre-flig- ht Wol-ter- s, training, given at Fort Texas, lasts 12 weeks. Upon completion, personnel are transferred to Fort Rucker, GET THE BEST OSflER Alabama, for 21 weeks additional training. DAY D AND DAY OUT Word was received this week by Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton Laird of the serious illness of young Johnnie Marshall, son of Dr. and Mrs. Maynard Marshall of Madison, Wisconsin. The little boy is suffering from meningitis, and is in a serious condition. His d grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Newman of Dugway, formerly of Eureka flew to Madison Sunday to be with their daughter and her family. Mother is the former Linda Newman. All are well known in Eureka and are wishing the little fellow the best in the way of a speedy and complete recovery. FROM OUR WANT ADS Every week Ar-vi- Laurie and Marri( McCabe, Adele Nebeker and Charlie Butler left Monday morning for Provo, where they will attend a two-wee- k Summer Music Clinic at the Brigham Young University. Early to bed and early to rise, and your head will never feel three times its size! Hear about the careless hunter who climbed through a fence with his gun cocked? The Lena (111.) star reports he is survived his wife, by three children an da pheasant. of the yoar people tab ad vantage of the articles and services of- fered in our Want Ads. 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