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October -- J, 11)18 The Kureka (Utah) Reporter Want a New Ixtok? This One . Xr Page Three . . Vnnta now look in youruHlIpuiwrr Try this ono ih" voKotnWoa (carrots, potatoes, got tho conker i for dinner. and LEAVE tho j and hot Whon you kitohon immediately. r a loud roar, you may roturn you have a now di-- en I pRESTO on tho kitchon wallpaper and that "inottliHl" appoaranoo that ho mv people atrive for and aoldoni Ask the Euroka house- -' achieveabout them u.,ff who knowa IVini.iry I loll! billow r fit Pally Kl'KEKA BRANCH OF . . . I kiti-ln-- pn-par- The Primary rlaaa of the L.D 8. church la id their Hallowe'en uirly at the nmuacment hall on Tuesday uflernoAii. All children of the district were invited and the young sti-renjoyed dancing, fortune tilling and a Miin added to the delight fishing of the children. Wanda Colovich ami (In- - Primary wiird officers and tciichi-rfurnished the cup cakes which were to the little people. Mra. Ruth Wuhlquist plnyed the piano for the youngsters dancing. Social Notes a ' - thing- You muHt make sure vou are out of the kitchon whon ihi lekea place, or it might he your faro that gota that "mottled" NOTE: effect. ' you Stete administration Prided Shower A( Ni iylilntr iiiul a ('tooil miimI (hiL I J Given For for I want to thank you for the interest yon have shown in the campaign. Yon know my posi- tion. I promise you is the only campaign promise I have made to anyone that if yon elect me your Governor I will devote my full time and energy to return good government to the people. QaLJ y' Republican CindidMT for Governor (Paid Pol. Adv. by C H. Day. IJ1J Colonial Driw) Pneumatic Equipment Repair i niii 1 1 I limit Representative A. M. BOSS Telephone S3 YOUR CONGRESSMAN Re-ele- ct Vote To Retain The Saturday Nile club was entertained at the home of Mrs. Hilda Webb on Saturday evening. Card provided the evening1 entertainment and prizes were won by Mrs. Joan Campbell, first, and house prize by Mr. Hilda Webb. Tasty refreshments were served to member Mrs. Rose Phipps. Mrs. Virginia Carlson. Mrs. Sarah Clements. Mrs. Mayme Maxwell, Mrs. Olive Carlson. Mrs. Pearl Kunnells, and special guests, Mrs. Louie Barrett and Mrs Joan Campbell. Sincerely. a all-cu- Mrs. II.Ua WVlTh hnlnliiins Club and this Jiii ( lull At The Elite club met at the home of Mrs. Clara Jerman on Inst Thursday evening. Bridge furnished the evening's entertainment and a delicious luncheon was served to Mrs. Helen Brown. Mrs Earlcan Gear. Mrs. Belle Coffey. Mra. Elsie Nilson, Mims Elizabeth Johnson, Mrs. Thelma Griggs, Mrs. Maud Gourley, Mrs Elizabeth Kranke, Mrs. Klva Cullen. Mra. lVon Ferguson. Mra. Myrtle Theriault and Mra. Elaine Archer. Prize winners wen Mrs. Maud Gourley 1st prize, Mra. Karlean t, Mrs. Elaine Archer, Gear, honor prize. A personal Crr-uai- us ahow,r wna BSEESJEkwu Monday night. Oct. 2ruh atgiven) hoine T Mrs Wnzn Clark the for Marie Orccnhalgh wh wan mar-rie-d Wed Oct. 27th to Gayland I cternon in the Manti Mrs. Joan White, Mim Temple Carill Jean Byland. Mum Geraldine White, and Mr. Shirley Hiatt were in charge of arrangements. the next four years. This choice can be representative of the Utah only if all of people m who ere eligible cast Dur ballots. Ornamental Iron Aluminum & Sheet Metal Work All Typi-- of Welding Bit A Steel Reconditioning a Miss (jreenhalgl; Tuesday you have an impor-ochoice to make io (electing UTAH BIT & STEEL SERVICE CO. W1 LEADER - FIGHTER - WINNER CHIEF BRAND LIME Ranking Member of the Powerful Agriculture Committee CHIEF BRAND HIGH CALCIUM Mrs. Nellie Brandt LIME Hydrate for Mills and Smelters O PLASTERING A Statesman of Vision Bateman Everyone Likes Good Chocolate Cake... We Specialize in High Calcium Chemical FERTILIZERS Dr. E. Allen Honored and Respected State Supt. of Public Instruction DEMOCRATIC Chueolate Cake Birthday Club I cup sugar At Parly I I s cups flour a: cup rocon or rhnrolate 1 cup sour milk Mra. Lucille Christensen entertained the members of the Birth-jda- y Itap. soda a cup melted butter Club at her home on Friday 1 The orcanlon honored gg evening. Sift three times, aiigar. flour, Mra Alice on her birthday, Add sour milk,! The cocoa Bnd soda was evening spnt iJn.-hroegg and melted butter (or mar-- i Bilniwl Rnd a gannel Beat well. Bake in two- w.md to the following members : layers in moderate oven 30 min- Mr Gra(.,. ehatwin. Mrs. Ruth utl-s- . Gatley. Mrs. Delores Robinson, Mrs. Madge Burrnaton. Mrs. Franlelng 1 scant cup sugar cis Ewell. Mra. Faye Wall. Mra. 2 thsp. brown sugar Marri-llChambers, Mrs. Maxine tsp. cream tartar Schow, Mrs. Miyo Ysnmshito. Mrs, Mix altogether, add enogh water Margaret Lucas, Mrs. Helen Weavto dissolve and cook slowly until er. Mrs. Lucille Knotts, and the it spins a long thread, fairly guest of honor. heavy. Pour slowly into 2 stiffly The club members presented Beat in a Mrs. Peart with a beaten egg whites. lovely gift. large howl with fork until cold and stilf. Add any desired flaB. B. (lul. Al voring. I lonif Mrs. Brandt states that she nev- B r er has had n failure with the Tin- - B B club met at the home rerijie, and for busy mothers that is something, especially when of Mrs. IVity Buenger on Friday chueolate or fudge cuke seems ev mug. to be the favorite with the small Cards wen- - enjoyed and a defrv and many of the oldsters as licious liiiii hciin served by the wi':i. to Mrs. Lena Greenhslgh. Mrs. Brandt has made her hume hostess Mis. Ic;,ii Giles. Mrs. Vcrda in Eiinka for many years and Mrs Mis Kina Hansi-n- . citiis one of our most resjiecti-JohnMrs. Jcanine Christie Kropf, zens. She is of a retiring nature, son and tla- - special guests, Mrs. blit rould lie listed well at the Isabelle Ashworth and Miss Elaine good neighbor" list. top of a She is always on hand when some- ivtt. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lena one needs a helping hand and is high score, Mrs. Vcr-d- a very active in church work. Her t, and Mrs. Iss.iiidi'ison, son and daughter and their children love to "come home" anil abelle Ashworth, consolation. enjoy her good rooking, and she is considered one of Tintic's finest TICKET Successful, Trained School Leadership MS Milled Adv. br J- C. Aifciwe, Uard fetid Qildia and Courage CL Moflitt. M. Tkwirar, Howard McUasald Wrisht, TUNE IN - ' KO AL KS VC KVNU KSUb on Oct. 28 29. 9:40 p.nu Nov. 1. 6:30 & 9:40 pjn. KLO Paid Political Adv. by Granger Campaign Commit!. S. T. leppesen, Chauman, Ogden, Utah IH-a- CHIEF CONSOLIDATED MINING CO. 60S Salt Lake City Dooly Building Plant: Saddle, Utah j Lanirdls Market Phone Phone 58 16 MEATS HAMS m Whole or LB. PICNIC HAMS BACON 65f PKGS. Pound LUNCH MEATS 5k San-il--i-o- all-cu- , Give the above ricipe a try I'iimily )itmrr Honors D.mylilcr I hH Mr. and Mrs. Robert i OUR ve AKHUAL O Gillispic entertained at a family dinner on Sunday afternoon, honoring their laughter. Mrs. Frances Carlson nr Salt on her birthday. The dinner table was beautifully in fall flowers and a (lovely birthday cake was used as a TRAINLOAD SALES OF Sporting Goods Dinner guests included Mr. snd Franees Carlson Bnd family ,of Salt Lake, Mr and Mrs. Eldon Nelson and family of Dividend. Mr and Mrs. Kay Csik and baby of Goshen, George and Dick Glllis-pn- of KuP'kn. FROSTED MALTS Vrvi'jty of flavors o ICE CREAM ltvja while you watch Mr o SANDWICHES VI CANNED GOODS IS HERE Undo o CONFECTIONS o BUY BY THE CASE LOTS -- AMD FLOWERS Fr.r ALL RANDLE'S SAVE SAVE SAVE! 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