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Page Four The Eureka Reporter July 13, 1979 Public Notice Probat and Guardianship Notice - Consult county clerk or lh respective signers for further Information. entitled Court. Said answer to be filed with the Clerk of the Court and a MII.TON T.HAKMON , Attorney for the Plaintiff :i( copy to be served upon South Main Street Nephi, Utah 81618 Telephone: IN THE FOURTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT COURT IN AND FOR JUAH COUNTY, STATE 623-180- 2 OF UTAH DELIMIIA WRAY CASTLETON, Plaintiff, vs. MAUDE U . STELLA SCHOFIELD, R. JONES, MRS. EMMA HILLINGS also known as ERMA HILLINGS, JOSEPHINE JANE McKELLAIl, DOUDNA, JOHN DOE, JANE DOE, JOHN DOE No. 1, JOHN DOE No. 2, JOHN DOE No. 3. JOHN DOE No. 4, and JOHN DOE No. 5, Defendants. C'iviLNn. 3263 SUMMONS IN Ol lET TITLE ACTION THE STATE OF UTAH TO THE ABOVE -DEFENDNAMED ANTS: You are hereby summoned and required, within thirty (30) days of lublication hereof, to file an answer, in writing, to the Complaint filed with the Clerk of the above- - Milton T. Harmon, 36 South Main lieing of record in book Esquire, Utah 84648. Street, Nephi, one (1) of deeds, page 179 If you fail to so answer of the records of said as specified herein, Juab County Recorder's judgment by default will office; together with all lie taken against you for improvements thereon. the relief demanded in DATED this 29th day of said Complaint. The June, 1979. .MILTON T.HAKMON Complaint is an action to At tonic v for the quiet title to property located in Eureka, Juab Plaintiff the in County, State of Utah, Published and to terminate the Eureka Reporter July 6, interest of all of the 13. 20. 27, 1979. defendants thereto. Said property is described as follows: Lot 39, Block Two (2), Plat Eureka "A" Townsite Survey, and is the deadline mailers have to use up small and undersized envelopes and cards, Eureka's Postmaster Pauline Elmer reminds customers. Starling thai date, the postal Service makes its new size standards effective. Cards and envelopes measuring less than 3' 2 inches high or 5 inches long no longer will lie mailable and will be returned to sender. Extra large First-Clas- s envelopes - more than 6Vh by inches 11 2 -- - will incur a surcharge if they weigh one ounce or 7-c- less. Postmaster Elmer advises these oversized pieces will be returned to the sender if they do not carry the charge but sur- nt can be remailed if the surcharge x)stage then is affixed. However, delays for these pieces can be avoided if mailers make sure that sufficient postage has been applied. The new regulation also thin or After flimsy cards. July 15, the cards must be at will prohibit least seven thousandths (.007) of an inch thick. "Small envelopes and flimsy cards tend to jam mail processing equip- ment and cause damage to other mail as well," Mrs. Bonnie Griggs will lie two-wee- to-w- it: -- feet, thence North 28 weeks. degrees 18' West 74.49 feet to the place of beginning. Callers at the home of Mrs. William Treloar one day last week were Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Kimball of Kanosh, Utah. The Kimballs were on begin July 15 15 their way to Canada. Franklin's mother was the former Edith Treloar, lieen established to allow one-tim- e residents pieces which mast be processed manually," she said. "These standards have On a big outline map of the West, characters portraying those who opened up the West take their places in the historical pageant in the Festival of the American West at Utah State University July 27 August 4. Ericksons tour Jackson Hole Trip down the Snake knows Father Ludo. They River. This was enjoyed are bringing a bus load of liy all. Later we toured Senior Citizens to visit our around the park and had Center in September. lunch at the Jackson Lake The ride home was Ijtxlgc. The country in the peasant w ith a stop at the area is just gorgeous! Cheese Factory in STAR late afternoon we were Valley. We arrived in The first day, we taken back to Teton Ix'hi in time to see the we fireworks, after traveled to where Afton, Village, which, lt Lilly Erickson Oscar and I left Monday, July 2,' for a trip to Jackson Hole Country. We went with leisure Tours from Salt liake City. ay Wyoming, where we. had a nice lunch and then went on to Teton Village, where we got rooms at the Sojourner Inn. After we freshened up, had dinner we traveled on home. and were then taken back to Jackson, where we went to the Pink Garter and saw the show, Wyoming. Another visitor for the were settled in our rooms, "Anything Goes". After we were taken into the show, I last two weeks was son, a great WANTED Don Treloar, of Reno, Jackson where we saw vaudeville show was put 2nd Nevada. Family mem-lier- s the "Shoot Out" and on and some of our group Anyone interested in were here to make "Hold the were chosen to "parof Up the Grading and Leveling sure on was her Stagecoach".' The 43 ticipate. Pansy 1st of the School Site Work. behavior following a persons in the group then good The next morning we Contact: Tintic School recent serious illness. went for mde the tram to the separate ways top of District, P.O. Box 210, Don returned to his home and shopping, dining Business Where we saw the Telons, Eureka, Utah 84628. in Reno on Tuesday. people - watching". a spectacular view of the Loans, Tuesday, we were valley, below. WANTED lii(l()eii(leii(e Day and taken on a Scenic Float At 10:30 we started our developments, at the visitors Sunday journey back home. We Backhoe and home of Mr. and Mrs. Joe $5,000 up. for were, traveling with a Hansen home. Operator..To Dig Bernini Mr. were and sewer and water lines to Visiting with Thelma oh great group of folks and, Bernini and Mrs. David the new school site. Saturday were her sister as always, there were Contact: Tintic School Jim Bernini, of Salt Lake and brother - in - law, some we had traveled The City. family enjoyed LaVcrn and Clarence with before. We met a District, P.O. Box 210, an outdoor harbecue on Bauer of Salt Lake City. man and his three Eureka, Utah 84628. Sunday. Deadline.. July 26, 1979. Sunday visitors were children from Ogden, who Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Fletcher and their four FOR SALE Mrs. Bonnie Griggs and daughters of Salt Lake Mrs. Thelma Griggs Thelma had a busy Bedroom Home in were in. Palmyra on City. 2 Ixit enjoyable week! Eureka. Good Location. ITiursday visiting with Great Buy! Best Offer. Maynards sister and Mrs. LuYon Kirkham Flea InFurther For husband, Mr. and Mrs. recently hosted a dinner formation.. Call: Bob John Hansen. They were honoring 14-1- 5 & Sunday, her son, J20 also dinner guests at the Garity his Richard, upon -- Classifieds MONEY- - MONEY mortgages, mortgages, : Burton- Armstrong ANTIQUES -- Market Saturday 225-075- 3. ! I ; ; Richard has spent the past two homecoming. WINTER COATS 25 LAY AWAY off NOW shaped pieces is intended to cover the added cost of such of the Postal Service to Eureka. Spending a week with process mail more efMrs. will Treloar were her this and ficiently mean better service for daughter and grand customers." daughtersl Mrs. Ann Hopes, Kathy hopes, and Susie Lcffler of Riverton, explained Postmaster ! Elmer. "The surcharge I on oversized or odd- - ; handling r Brevities leaving Sunday for Newton, Texas, where will join her son, Eric, she more particularly k vacation. for a described as follows, Eric left Eureka on June Commencing at the 11, with his great Northwest corner of said grandmother Cora Roff, Lot 39, and running and has been spending the thence North 57 degrees summer with his grandOB' East 68.97 feet, thence parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. South 30 degrees 46' East T. Harrell. Prior to the 75.55 feet, thence South 56 trip to Texas, Mrs. Roff degrees 26' West 53.24 had been a houseguest at feet, thence South 61 the home of Mr. and Mrs. degrees 35' West 22.91 Ronald Griggs, for a few Postal standards July Containing 0.126 acres; lieing the same premises conveyed to Thos. P. Doudna by E. V. Higgins, Judge of this district and ! 2 2 years serving a mission for the LDS Church in Paris, France. Family members attending were Mr. and Mrs. Jeril Carlson of Eureka; Mr. and Mrs. Rodger Kirkham and family of Huntington, Utah; Mr.' and Mrs. Robert Kirkham of Klackfoot, Idaho; and and Mrs. Gary Chandler of Caliente, Mr. 262 Skiiifoittt 429-72- 9 California. . "Junque" July From many of the old homes in Eureka, come some excellent old pieces. Everything you can think of and more! Bring yours and well sell for you for 10. At the Glen Knotts residence just south of the LDS Church. For 6 more details call or or 10 a.m. until 5 p.m. 433-639- 433-693- 1 433-697- 8.