REPORTER TUI : VOUR ADVERTISING rw,r callin? in. our J0"1, Tuas-- , before gpwponJmi flPpri' HITS HOME WHEN YOU USE YOUR Jay evening OWN NEWSPAPER Fifty-On- e Volume Tlu- - Years Ago in The 20 K. Rife f Bv Mrs. : Eureka Men porter (y 25-Ye- high Mm,, no. Mrs Imsman the Mini.il .n;v i;,,, Kuivka (Itah 0et Pins ar I Wirthlin. who whs out imu-ptj,. Lake. ,hat liei.iis hmih.-oi- , Siil was i to illiiim Tivliuii I,uld be necessary temporarily Mrs. Mi s Crown G.ur. Mrs. F. a Grunt. Mi. pend operations at the property in the eastern end George I insitian. Mrs r,.,-,;lpnt ,il. JTilie liiftrut where proiocting eon. Mrs. JhIiii F. Ri.wr, Mi-r:d h,.,-- in continuous progress Frank linkman and Mis. Cuilen Mr. Wirthlin tor sixteen years. of tile Felix uid the officers of the company entertained l,y Mis. Mavnard to liked keep things firiggs. High semv tor would have assess-Lnbut the constant was awank-- to Mi S. R."Uridge j, of the shares was working und the cut went to Mrs. priz.atock-fpld- rt on of the many hardship (.larvnctAfter the card and they decided that it playing a(.uurley. luneheeii dainty was good time to give everyone served to Mrs. John T. Taylor, a brief breathing spell. During Mis. Cronmr. Mrs. liucli tot time the Crown lJoint people Atherley, Mrs. R. k. Feigns, ,n. with development Mrs. Maynanl Cmhiiii. Mrs. d been busy Heo. work they had performed about Gourley, Mrs. S. L. Jerman. Mrs U.000 feet of work, sinking their Clan-neGourley and Miss Ethel ,hafl the depth of 1000 feet, the Brenton. drift-m- e was work the of remainder Mrs. F. A. (Irani entertained and raising. Joseph Wirthlin a number of friends, the partv Salt Lake City and John Rounin honor of Mrs. Kose Hibeing larwere the Provo among of ds . llary of Eugene. had and the shareholders Bridge gest was and the played was won afprize management of the Companys by Mrs. John Rowe. The honored fairs. also received a prize. A deof Eureka, guest John C. liowney licious luncheon was served to: local post Mrs. Walter past commander of the Franke. Mrs. Wm. of the American Legion was Treloar, Mrs. F. O. McClure. Mrs. in being elected to comMargaret McPolm. Mra. John F. mander of District No. 4, which Rowe, Mrs. A. L. tJeorge, Mrs. comprised all posts in Utah, Was- Harry Carten and Mrs. Hillary. There atch and Juub counties. Mrs. Ii. C. Wheeler, Sr., and were seven districts in the state Mrs. W. E. Potts of Silver Citv and district No. 4 was considered entertained the officers and teachone of the mist active of the the position was an er of their relief society. The party heing held at the home of one. important Mrs. Wheeler. Mrs. Joseph Mr. and Mrs. I. L. Barr, who lei in the discussion the Tintic ity"- A tasty luncheon was "Charhad been managing served Hotel for several years planned to to twelve memlMTs. leave Eureka to take up their Mr. and Mrs. Fail McIntyre reiidence on the Pacific Coast. were rejoicing over the arrival' of were Miller Mr. and Mrs. Theo a baby girl. Their other three to succeed the Barrs in the Tin-ti- e children were boys. Hotel, acording to C. E. Huish. Co. of the Star Building manager Mias Mary Pritchett, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Prtichett of Mammoth won fourth place in the interstate Bathing Beauty Review held at Salt Air. This was quite an honor for the young lady, is view of the fact that there were At Firemen Meet WiM-im- M a "(; of the null Stale Assn, eonvcntion held luigi.n recently, two local in. n '"1 11 F. Rowe and Jack NiImiii Were presented with LWyoar pins, and two Maiiuiiotli men. Byron H. Sorensen and Roy Hansen were1 also honored w,th their r. pins, Kennedy of Mammoth was r Kven a eertifieute at tile ''"iiveiituin. riri U nu n s 2.r,-y- j ten-yea- Ix-sli- e Mrs. Kills Sanderson (Charlotte Radtkei and daughtei. Charlotte Alin, and Mrs. G. L. Sanderson, who are living ut Garrison. Montana for the summer, were in t'iwn this week for few dav visiting with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Itrown and sons. Jerry and Bill, left Wednesday for Idaho, where they will visit some of the interesting spots in that area fir a few davs. On-gon- To Reign suc-rettt- al Uppm-tpr- . Friday, August 17. lrl -- Dragon Mine Operations Resumed Under Tentative Agreement Dan Edwards, mediator of the.Hnd normal operations were Utah Labor Relations Bourd. an-- 1 sumed on Monday. Under the last Saturday that a tntive agreement the men will re- tentative agreement had been rea- turn to work while negotiiitiona on ched between the United Steel contract terms are continued. worker of America and the Dra-jgo- n With the of the DraConsolidated Co. gon mine, which Mining employs about The Dragon mine, which supplies AO men. all metal opclay to the Filtrol Curproation, ha erations in the atate are temporaribeen abut down aim e July K. ly free of atrike troubles, although work to n the contract term have not been mine was started last Saturday, u greed iijuin. non-ferro- At Payson's Harvest Days . . . Hiltz. Mrs. Cecil Norma Lee Mr. and Fitch A. planned an excursion party, the members of which enjoyed an outing at Mirror Lake for three days. Fourteen people made the tnp in four cars and among them vne the children of Mr. and Mrs. Fitch, their house guests. Mrs. Paddock and son. also Mr. and Mrs. Anderson. Bob Watt and others. They ramped under the pmes at Mirror Lake, rooked their own meals and thoroughly enjoyed hikes, horseback rides into the surrounding mountains and near- eon-duct- -- spending and family. had who Pnt the past few years attending school at Notre Dame at South Bend. Indiana. Twit his vacation period with his jents. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Uni-V(f- ty i - son-in-la- "ss F.kker-Thoma- f.j'j-l- r Ltf m.'i'j i. M ss en Woman Dies In Queen of Payson Fete , j Miss Gene Oborn, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Norman Oborn, former residents of Eureka, now making their home in Payson. was judged ip:ien to reign over Ha Days and Payson Homecoming. Aug. 31 through Sept. 3. Eleven lontestants. ali from the Iay-so- n area, vied for the queen title. The Oborn family lived in Eureka for many years pnur to moving to Payson two years ago Mrs. Pli) IIK Kilt and soil Hilly home in Beach. Cal., on Tuesday, after spending the past two months with her unit her. Mis. Mary IVuit returned in h-- lng r Franks waa hostess E A- - Thomas1 A MrS' J' mil' n-jJ- nicely. r- - rimtiUJ 'i,n-fo- f riimnd 1 hvy V p- 1 to hta?K Byron Ttiurmonil Bingham were an'' Mr"' were on 1n their I'at0 to apend a two Mr. Tluirnmml ,l"r nuvh,,nfo for the U. Colo., ar- - Edili R,nKhin. R Tucket t returned 'nTh .K a Wrtk " Kurrka vi- p J!1" I,ni. nts. Mr. ami Mrs. ter A - j- Tucket J. !l.. Hi.ckninn wa ,. "'embers of the Belle Carton won the prize - wl.-- i m.I-i- i - Mr. il.i- Diir , tin 1:1b !': D- -- ti - Utl' - Club Outing Enjoyable 4-- H 1 a steadily improv Mends an- - wishing nd complete n- -i !; - nverv To Girls, Supervisors 11 1 older lias had a bud keep out lit hospl-.- i t two month She nr. operation at the : al several week ,i':rd to her hoiiie in home only ;:!.e wa Men she was mslied , hospital llowi'Vi-rATiting sin- - - again l til IN reWtl-- l I dull (amp held at Dad and I'eart. Eureka. - i ii- 1 . - 1 Wi-r- - rzJJir . In-idi- Ju-pl- s ii-- cr. f j pli'M-r.lHtii'l- I 1 i I ( - '.V uVsistant mayur. S' if:i in Nephi (any on on August (amlei- Wilkey, Neplil; rep . we. Sr 9. in. and 11. proved to be highly treasurer .Sylvia Sutherland. Euric lording to all those eka; Hong lender, Lila ('berry. Eurmii ce!.fi. atlelidlllg The Tliiiid.iy iiiiivilies consisiiK-- i of r gist ration, instrui tuai in ted Sa'.l Aid. ni.d a welcoinc dm.iier. First !:f Hewed fo bv a eaiop fire pi'ogram. a to ins on eii linn of ofliccr a' Hi ;. . Well- given to Die ( unim'.ltei I. III lull member v (in Friday ) ill ini'll, hel s given and var-lo'i- s tD n.'iiiite s'ihIk-si I Mr. and Mr. Wen- - cliinyeil III Do-- ( ga'-icare spi'iiding the i 'a, M fine niiipfile niniD'er i i visiting wilh I li ir F k eicl.g it! wci was pusi'TiIrd and an mi-p- o J. F nr, ell and I. f the l n I ni'r.iMl mn.M mr r..nipelili-'.i:i- - ( audle lighting rcrrntnny aid oilier STATI. W,VV Its in the . t ill. has I icon i wax In Id Sa'iil'iny. i hl g sawing .tl.ii, ke (left l. Sidt l Craig r of ii Tl t e S t and Body Craftsmans (aCcv 12 I Ii rough 13). past i'Veral weeks ii'k.i l 1(i. first ! ll'A.ll'Is who took first place won 'll!S Willi bis car ntmlel , 1"1 bi.iunful h. Tinf'diow :lii" time to lesiiii.e tile and Robert II. Pelrroii of l!n M'.;ivi Kaili recrii ed a cali sward K. iliiu.l' - I li i led i ! mayel I., in! In the Senior Iiviion (age of $130. , . hna-Huc- - eon-fin-- Mr. Ijusen suffereil hia car rolled down t:' on the way home Mstill in rather S'li.d-,.- ar- - l ing. him I from a Salt Lake hos- ,0 thp that Al- JohnWini wh(, hai, Wlbinjttt.,, h Pvration was eek lu-li- lindM-ai'- of Pittsburg. Pa.. ,tnM with Mr. and Mrs. Llmlsay. Mr. King and Un,,sy are brother and sis- - bndJo that n-si- - from Report b are sorry to Represented At State PTA Orem Meeting injiun an eu Ruddy tajT In Hospital We Tnm.v Eureka Ilium wIr' tn,J,htr. Byron Junior King Mi ut t- Mrs. A. E. Tuck- - "d com-jH-te- s - Naef Three varanciea on the faculty remain at the preiu-n- t time. No Miiceeasor has been named fur Verl Sudweeka who recently resigned to accept the coaching poition al Payson high aclud. At the present time applK-ationarc being received and from the large number of appheanta, no Inmhle aluiuld b- - eneoiinten-in finding a suitable NTRon to fill the sisition. No home economies teacher for has been the Tintic high signed yet nor teacher for the r upM-grades at Purtoun. In eomnienting on the achoola, Supl. Blight made the following statement : "In a few day all preparations for the opening of school will lie completed. We have finished a remodeling Jot) at the Tin-ti- e high achiiol building and all will he in first-clas- s building of school. shape for the ox-ninWhile we still have three vacansure cies on the faculty, I l that all will he filled with jieraunnrl befre the of achool. The aiecial session or the Utah State Legislature held in June gave the achiil of the atate some financial aamatance and the same complete educational program will be offered as In the past. Some people have been tinder the impression that a cut in services waa nercaaary, but this is not true, ainc-- the June session of the Irgbdntiire. is confined to the Utah Valley hospital In Provo, lie underwent an operation on hia Mrs. Beulah Stewart Stolz. 4 Genes Tint ic friends are very arm which waa sevcrly injured In Imppy over the honor given to her, wife of R. A. Stolz of Temple City a mine accident in California last and daughter of Mra. Ella V. Ste- Oct olier. Tommy hratioii at the neighboring city, many frienda and are extending aincere con- wart of Eureka, died in Temple an- - wishing him a sM-elreinvery. City, (aliforma. on July 21. Mra. gratulations are invited to Stolz was a former resident of Tintic r Mr. and Mr. Seth Parkinson attend Du- - annual Onion Day eele- - Eureka mid Mammoth. and ilaughter. were in town tin She was born in Mammoth. week acquaintance, and April 6. 11NII. a daughter of Mcr-r- it vmiting with oM frienda. Mr. Par-and Elle llernm Stewait. She kuiKoii was eoaeli at the Tinlif rrceied her i duration in the Mam- liigh si lusil for a few years, ami moth achisil will la- - rcmcmlii red by many of the former Eurekan. as well aa two Surviving are her husband, In sons and two daughters by a for- by many - of the resident of the mer marriage, Lloyd Viriirl, lying town, lit- will eoaeli at Mohcow, I lean Veirtel. Temple City, Idaho, this coming school year. from Eureka at: Hilliard. L A.. Mrs. Calif late ITA meeting Calif ; Mrs. Carol tending DuMiss Mildred Hails is confined Merluir Kush. lying l Ihuraduy wcic Mrs. Iteaeli. her mother. Mrs. Ella Ste- to the Xt. Benedict hospital In Mr. Brennan Han wart. Eureka: two brother. Glen Ogden, where she underwent Arvid an nifin. Mis Walilquist. Calif ; operation on Monday of thia week. .luan San Bautista, . Mrs Ijiur-Th.Vlierley. an- - that she i reand Jay Stewart. Idaho, and kix Itt-s- t to he a highly j nicely cuperating grandchildren. lllti'l, sill g o;.i fur all. Tin Rrt Burial was in Rom- Hill lywn M ,n- held 9.3o at Mra. Ella V. Stewart returned in Temple City. Calif meeting cemetery n' noon and several home Inal Saturday after spenda lum . .11 an-- l ing the past three weeka in Cali i:ngs were un the Mr. and Mrs. Mno sehe-lul'last Friday af- loniin. sin- - was called to Temple rluldien Die death of her daughter, ter h vacation t r i to !s-- Angeles f it y d Mrs Stewart Stolz. who has and San 9'raneisco. M.i LDS hospital in Salt D. I lyikc m!k . a.. April. r turned Is-e- Naylor. Mn. Fred Jacob Naef, Mn. Rosenluff. Eureka Native Is Made Member 6. nfti-rno- Sax were prize win-- v PrwiMt were: Mrs. P. Mn. William Bates, Mr- For Eureka City The tax levy for Eureka City wua 21 mills, at a recent meeting of the City Couni-il- . The mill tax levy will be used in the various city departments as follows; rontlgent expense, 8 mills; water dept., 4 mills; sewer Commercial and Girl Physical and drain, 1 mill; afreets and Education; Dee Wilcken, Indust- walks, mills; city hall, 3 rial Aria and Social Science; Da- mills; memorial bldg., 1 mills; vid Eugar, Matliematira; Alonzo pubilr safety, 3 mills. Induat-riul Saiidstroni, lrineiul and Arts; David Riddle, Mimic A Science. Callao Elementary: Hazel grade 1 to H. Partmin: Curd, grades 1 l.'-o- r .tne l?J"Pn Temple City, Calif. i dnh .P'cnilH'ra of lh Tadics Art ti'ne was playing n flowed spent by a splendid MrJ'V. Anderson and .r,h7.in Jrvvow Eureka Elementary: Ague Anderson, first grade; Elizabeth llaynra, second grade; Ann Sullivan. third grade; Gertnide Church, fourth grade; Elizabeth Bechtol, fifth grade; Earleun Gear, sixth grade; David Eugar, principal. Tintic high achool: Ellen Ferguson, English; Evelyn Williams. R-i- given. J. Daughter of Local Former Eureka Maid Is Utah Boy Designers Win J?1 liufe been employed: c; Mrs. Allan Martin of San Iter- nardino. Cal., is a guest at the 21.5 Mills teacher, with following their respective assignment ojH-n-in- Gene Obcm. daughter of Dr. and Mrs. Norman formerly of cf Poy celebration; renter beer eWed tc reion ns Miss Nadine ariendart and Dovis, MIs Mar, ip Cara:, cf Benjamin, pretty charming Payson c,'!er aen j rt. Mayrr T cyd Harmer of Pay'cn. center, standing. Ci'o'm'e.T in 1936 home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Robinson. Mrs. Martin will be remembered as Miss Stella Carp-nter, a former resident of Eureka. Harrington. her brother. Mr. and Mrs. She accompanied retHarry Titts and to spent a few Eureka, urned to their home Fritz, in Eureka, alter an enjoyable visit with their day visiting with him before he n Ogden hospital. Mr. and returned to jnnghter and Fbrest Barr in Oakland. CaliMr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas ami fornia. are making their Thirty-fiv- e members of the Hood family,in who Carbon County, woe in home ainily met in Eureka for a re-is the meeting taking place town this week for the h wore perwhi, Nuptials Of Mrs. n. J. Russell. SrtLilo,no on Wednesday. The morning was spent in formed session at which time gy work was taken up. At aplcndid dinner was served n the afternoon a program m. The Tax Levy Set At Of NEA Committee Mr. Mary A. Stack received word this week that her son. J. D. Stack hud been made a member of the circulation promotion committee of tile National Editorial Aan. for the year 1931-5Mr. Stuck received word of thin honor in a letter from Bernard E. of the association Ester. and a puhlialier of Houlton, Maine. The committee will meet In Cliieagn on Oct. 18 to prepare a report to the fall meeting of the nutlonal aaan. Mr. Stark la the owner and pub-lihof the Sumner Standard at Sumner, Wash. He la a native of n in the Eureka, and la 2. er well-know- district. g in Holden, Millard County, a son of Thomas and Naomi Coiby Goff. He spent most of his life in Eureka. In 190S he married Josic Millar in Richfu-ld- . She died in January, 1932. He married Ida Gar-be- tt step-so- n risking her daughter Mn. Leonard Davis. Joseph Harrington oM-nm- g institute. d Funeral services for Ray fluff.! who dieS at 4 a.nt. Tucs- day. in his home at Tin Park of a heart ailment, will Is- Saturday at 10 a.m. in Tooele First ward chapel. Church of Jesus Christ of I a tier day Saints, by the East Tn1 Park I.DS branch. Mr. Goff was bom July 10. 1X8P Gertrude Hansen. Grants-villMrs. Frances Stokke. Tod Park, and five grandchildren. Burial will bo in Richfield under the dimlinn of Tate Mortuary. Tooele. lion of all students will he held class instrucut 9 a.m. and tion will commence on Wednesday morning. All teachera of the District Will meet on Thursday and Friduy, August 30 and 31. for the ly-or- u 62. Mrs. released by the school office this morning, llegistra- - to at Eureka. Surviving are his widow. Tod Park, the following sons and by lakes. Mrs. Van Holliday. daughters: Dr. Pfoutz and Roy Thompson, Ronald former residents of Eureka, had Lark: Garn Goff. Price; S. Navy aboard established a ramp there, erecting Goff, with the I. New Jersey: a the a dining hall, store and cottages, and three Mrs etc. and kept a string of pack and Willard Cowdell. Toil Park: Sgt. saddle horses. to lakes that Trips Ft. Rose. Wash.: ere filled with fish had to be John Oarbett. made by horseback. Mrs. Joseph Schlecht left for her home in San Diego, California after three months All schools in the Tintic District will open Tuesday inorninjir, September 4, according to information g. Resident in Tooele -- e 4i Funeral Services For Former contestants. Other girts who entered the contest from Tintic District were Helen Pritchett, Claudia Humphrey and Number Thirty-thre- per Copy Plans Complete for Opening of School on September 4; Teacher List Announced Els-mo- re eighty-fo- 10c 1 eka; chairman of leereation committer, Tom Ferris, Eureka; program committee. Peggy N.'n f. Eureka; Diane Drspuin. Mvrna I.uut, Bowers; Wilkey and flag laismg rnmmltti-ePhyllis Williams. Mary M. Pronin. Eureka; Laid Clement. Eureka; Kendall and Krmn Pole; ng saw-- ' mg i oiilet Robert Engrain. David an I lau-riFox of Eureka, fiil-olc- Home From Is A Korean War Front Ronald Peart, son of Mr. ami Mra. Frank Peart, returned home on Aug. 8, after spending the past ten months with the First Marine Diviamn in Korea. He landed in 8an Francisco on the 1st day of Aug. During the ten months In Korea, Ronald was in the thick of the fighting, practically all the time. (And there are some who nay we are not at war ask some of the hoys who were there.) Ronald has been in the service for the past three year. He is s graduate of the Tintic high schol. Ilia many frienda In the district are happy to welcome Ronald home. He will report at Washington, D. C. on Sept. 18. Ore Shipments For Week End Aug. 10 Filtrol Corp., 17 cars; Kiniiie Mine, 2: Bullion Beck, 1; Eureka Uly. 2; Eureka Standard. A; Chief (.'onwihdated, et. 30; It. L. Gar-it6; Centennial I; Moun- y, la-aae- , tain View, 2. LDS Church News Sunday evening Mierament servin' at the IJ8 Eureka ward were a follows: opening aong. Abide With Me;" oNning prayer, Don Colovieh; talk. Marguerite Sand-a- t mm; talk, lleher Butler; voral solo, Janice Gardner, accompanied by Helen (innlm-r- ; talk, Nel Butler; closing song. "God Be With You," closing prayer, Fred Mor-du- c. The service were enndueted hy lairm Thompaon. Tile Hinging was under the direction of Helen Card ncr. with Norma Jameson nt the organ. Elder Parly stake Elder' party will be bdd at the home of Mr. and Mr I Bud, Xatimtiiy evening. Augioit Tin- - mitv will IX, at 7:3d pm lie held old o( doors and (lie wem-e- r r roasted in the Bird home. at the fireplnce will be out-doo- An evening of game is being planned ami a special program will be d. lb-D- , . Fe-.vlc- Eureka Marine i lueiulH-r- , Imt Did in- - i not a l was to enter I The following girls from Eureka attended Charlene Bird. Jeanini Wall. Sax, Virginia la-e- , .Id Johnson. Lurl Clement., l.vn-nett- e Dean and their leader. Mrs (Continued on Page Three) i a'b-wi-i- . a All F:idei of the LDS elinrch are urged to attend. Of isitur. last Irldav at the Mr mid Mis G A. Franke sister nnd Mrs. lw. Mr. and Mr. Eugene m Martin and children. Nancy and Pharlvnc. of San Franeiwo. The Martin rhiMren remained at the Franke home for further Visiting and will return to the Bay rlty their Nchno! in time to resume work.