Universal Microfilming Corp. 141 Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City 1, Utah Closed for hunt Business houses in Eureka will be closed on Saturday, to allow the employees to participate in the pheasant hunt. Eureka native Vol. 61 promoted at U.S. Steel Promotions Gourley to of The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, November No. 44 1, 1963 Funeral held Carlyle G. turn foreman of pit JenL. Clifford and operations kins to turn foreman senior melter at U. S. Steel's Geneva Works were announced today by R. T. Aikens, division superintendent, open hearth and foundry. Bom in Eureka, Utah, Mr. Gourley was graduated from Brigham Young University with a B. S. degree in business administration. He began his U. S. Steel career at Geneva Works in 1955 as an inspector in the engineering division. He transferred to open hearth and foundry in 1957. Two years later, he was named turn foreman of ladle lining and labor, the post he held prior to his new position. Mr. Gourley, his wife, LaRae, and their four children live at 389 East 5th North, Provo. Gone for Mrs. Rowe Funeral services for HenriB. . (Bert) Henroid Rowe, were held last Friday in the Berg Drawing Room Chapel in Provo, with Tintic Chapter, OES officiating. Alexander Blight was in charge of the services and the members of Tintic Chapter No. 18, Order of Eastern Star put on the Ritual services. Mr. Blight was the speaker for the services, and Miss Bonnie Oss, sang two solos. Officers and members of Tintic Chapter attending were Ethel Brenton, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Horton, Marian Nash, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hanks, Elsie Nilson, Myrtle Theriault, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coombs, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Randle, Georgia Roach, worthy matron of Tintic Lodge, Anna Franks, LaVon Ryan, Pansy Treloar, Jeanine Johnson and Mr. Blight. Burial was in the Provo etta Cemetery. Were sorry too!! But the demand for the Mining Cen- tennial issue was 'overwhelming and consequently every copy of that Issue has been ' sold out. Please, do not send for any copies as there are none left, thanks to our subscribers and friends. Mr. and Mr. Kenneth Bant of San Diego, California, sent last weekend visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Carl Fields. Mr. Bant is a nephew of Mrs. Fields. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Earlean Gear were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Cro-m- ar and Mrs. Cromars moth-c- -, Mrs. Henry Jeppson. hr tk3 manual, Eureka voters will go to the polls next Tuesday, November 5, to cast their vote for three new city councilmen for a term of four years each. OISE SHIPMENTS Filtrol Corp., 1,260 tons hal-loysi- te clay. A rather unique situation exists this year in that the three candidates running for office are the present Democratic incumbents, Curtis Butler, Herbert Curwin and Frederick A. Johnson. These mfcn will enter the final election unopposed. However, the ballot has a place should the voter for write-in- s so desire. MIA holds annual Halloween party Members of the Mutual Improvement Association enjoyed the annual Halloween party held Tuesday evening at the Eureka LDS Ward Church. A variety of games, dancing and other activities made for an evening of good entertainment for all those attending. Refreshments were served at the close of the evening. President Rachael Long was in charge of the evenings entertainment. Girl Scouts report The Cadet Girl Scout group met Wednesday afternoon in the Memorial Building with their leader, Laura McIntyre, in charge of the meeting. There were five members present and they sang songs of Scouting and learned to waltz. Marelo Bogdan is reporter. Polling places in the city will be open from 7 a.m. to 8 p.m. and each eligible voter is asfr'd to cast his ballot. Voting places are at the Court House, City Hall and the High School. Margaret Gourley, for whom sendees were held In Eureka with burial in the Goshen Cem- etery. Mrs. Gourley was a resident of Eureka for 65 years. Mr. And Mrs. Burtis Jameson and daughter, JoLyn and Mrs. Alice Jameson made a trip to Vernal and the dinosaur country last week. Former resident dies in hospital Mrs. Lois Forgie Peterson, 52, ' a ' former resident of Eureka, died Monday in a Salt Lake hospital after an illness. She was bom Feb. 27, 1911, in Milford, to John and Annie Laura Bourne Forgie. The family made their home here for many years before moving to Midvale. She was a niece of Mrs. Alice Jameson of Eureka. She married Harry A. Peterson on July 21, 1936 in Salt Lake City. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ Saints. of Latter-da- y Survivors are her husband; daughter, Glenna Dee, Midvale; brother and sisters: Mrs. Merle Stowe, Mrs. Elvin (Leona) Cox, Mrs. Arnold (Zella) all of Midvale; Glen E. Sandy. Funeral sendees were held Thursday in the Midvale Third LDS Ward Chapel. Burial was in The Midvale City Cemetery. Eureka relatives in Midvale for the services were Mrs. Alice Jameson. Mrs. Rhoda Bell, Mrs. Lucille Bigler, Mrs. Luclla Daniels and Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Jameson. Ja-vain- e, Group enjoys evening of 500 A group of young matrons met last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Richard Willett. 500 furnished the evenings diversion and prizes were won by Mrs. Kay Cushing, Mrs. Jerry f r' ' ITLViiki XI i a. V. V'j.'., i. The nbovo plioio, which was previously run under tho erroneous caption of Silver Jubilee, Is being rerun In this Issue of July parade In 1912 and Is and was taken during a .the Field family representing handcart veterans. Left to right: Susan Fields Hanson, Maren (Grandma) Fields, Jos 2-lt- 4b-- . :.. v ephine Field Montgomery, and Grandma Fields' two sons, Charles Fields nnd Hebcr Helds. Tho two women are tho daughters of Grandma Helds. Gemini Mine and Mill are In tho background. Giles and Mrs. Myron Carpenter. At the conclusion of the card games a tasty luncheon was served by the hostess to those named and to Mrs. Paul Gourley, Mrs. Richard Staplcy, Mrs. Dan Lucas, Mrs. Richard Garbett, Mrs. Ralph Grcen-halg- h, and special guests were Mrs. Don Giles and Mrs. How- ard Greenhalgh.