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THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER November 6, 1964 Page Three Shanna Ryan, Thomas C. Kokal plan late fall wedding rites here Announcement is made this week by Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ryan of Eureka, of the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Shanna to Thomas C. Kokal. Parents of the prospective groom are Mr. and Mrs. Kokal of Helper, Utah. . KUPPENHEIMER CONFIDEN I Tintic women to see wig show of the Tintic area ore given a special Invitation to attend a wig show at the Turf Cafe . in Payson next Thursday, Nov. 12, beginning at 8 p.m. There is no charge for the event Sponsored by Pearts Hair Fashions of Payson, Ruth and Ron Peart hair stylists, the .show will feature all types of wigs and will be modeled by lovely models with various dress combinations and outfits. Sherman Kendall and Bob Peart, hair dressers of Salt Sake City, will be at the show to assist and answer any questions and help demonstrate the wigs. The Pearts wish also to announce that another son, Robert, has just graduated from the Robert Stuer College of Beauty and is now with the Peart's Hair Fashions Salon in Payson. Women November 28, has been chos- en by the young people for their wedding date, which will be solemnized in St. Patricks Catholic Church in Eureka. The bride-eleis a graduate of Tintic High School, and is a senior at the University of Utah in Salt Lake, where she is majoring in elementray education. She is affiliated with Alpha Phi Sorority, Utahnas, and is a past member of the Spurs. Mr. Kokal is a senior economic student at the University and a graduate of Notre Dame High School in Price. He is a third year letterman on the University football team. The young couple plan to make a home in Salt Lake, where they will continue their studies at the university. ct !& WSCA bazaar Paid Adv. November 11 n The WSCS of the Methodist C Church is holding the annual bazaar on Wednesday Nov. 11. in the Memorial Building. The bazaar will open at 11:00 a.m. and lunch will be served. Meat pies, pies, cakes and candy will be sold,' and some excellent handiwork will be on sale. Orders for meat pies to be taken out should be given afew days prior to the bazaar in order to have them ready on Remember the Wednesday. date November 11, and the time, 10:00 a.m. These beautifully tailored slacks will flatter your ego as much as your figure. A hidden, inner elastic waistband does a the magic act for you. Keeps your shirt in place, too. Theyre everKreased9 permanent crease retention. From $00. IIcmm4 imdar ItCottivT IfVSWfIVI mi klnffl Ntwrt Ns. 3.737,311. Tintic Lodge Tintic Lodge No. 711, BPOE, celebrated at the annual Guest Party on Halloween. It was a costume dancing party and brought forth many laughs for the goofy attire worn by some of the participants. Dancing was enjoyed until midnight, when a delicious buffet lunch was served by the tylers. Each member was allowed to bring a guest, and dancing was provided by a live orchestra, and a good time was had by all attending. er MMHg Entre Nous Mrs. Alex Blight was hostess to the Entre Nous Literary Club last Wednesday evening. The book review 38 Witnes ses by A. M. Rosenthal, was reviewed by Mrs. Robert Thomas. Following the review, a business meeting was held. Tasty refreshments were served to members, Mrs. V. L. Anderson, Mrs. Earlean Gear, Mrs. James Muth, Mrs. Steele McIntyre, Mrs. Leslie Randle, Mrs. Leo- - nard Ryan, Mrs. Myrtle Theriault, Mrs. Larry James, Mrs. . Steve Milne and Mrs. Thomas.. S ossass? m ;ghtatnneh Nov. Thursday - -- IDO PM Nov. 6- Friday, Nov. 6-- 1130 PM Saturday, Nov. 71030 PM- Sunday, Nov. 8-- 1030 PM - - Friday -- -- -- 030 PM - "BROKEN ARROW," with lames Stewart The Best of Hollywood "CASH McCALL Night Theatre 8 Jeff Chandler with Natalie Wood A James Garner with .Victor Mature A Susan Hayward The Best of Hollywood "DEMETRIUS AND THE GLADIATORS," Saturday Night Theatre "TERROR ON A TRAIN," with Glenn Ford A Anne Vernon Sunday Night Theatre "THE SNOWS OF KILIMANJARO, at The Movies with Gregory Peck. Ava Gardner A Monday, Nov. Monday, Nov. Tuesday, Nov. Wednesday, Nov. Thursday, Nov. Friday, Nov. 1- 3- 130 PM -- Friday Night Theatre "GARDEN OF EVIL," with Gary Cooper A Susan Hayward "TAKE THE HIGH GROUND," with Richard Widmaik A Karl Matdea Friday, Nov. PM -- The Best of Hollywood "DESTINATION GOBI," with Richard Widmark Saturday, Nov. 14 -1- PM Saturday Night Theatre "TITANIC, Sunday, Nov. PM Sunday Night Theatre "BLACKBOARD Monday, Nov. 16 9- 030 10 -1- 030 11 -1- 030 12 -1- 030 9 13-1- -1- 130 030 15 -1- 030 Monday Night PM -- The Best of Hollywood "CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN," with Clifton Webb A Jeanne Crain PM -- The Best of Hollywood "SOLDIER OF FORTUNE," with Clark Gable PM -- The Best of Hollywood "STARS A STRIPES FOREVER," with Robert Wagner A Ruth Hussey PM -- The Best of Hollywood Susan Hayward A with Clifton Webb, Richard. Basehart A Barbara Stanwyck JUNGLE" with Anne Francis A Charles Boyer 030 PM Monday, Nov. 030 PM The Best of Hollywood "DONT GO NEAR THE WATER," with Gia Scala A Glenn Ford Tuesday. Nov. 17 -1- PM The Best of Hollywood "FIVE FINGERS," with James Mason tess for the meeting and served tasty refreshments. Wednesday, Nov. Thursday, Nov. 19 Friday, Nov. Altar Society St Patrick's Altar Society met Monday evening in the Parish Rectory, with President Friday, Nov. 20 Bridge Club Mrs. Ned Allinson entertained the Bridge Club last Thursday evening at her home. High score was won by Mrs. Henry Mrs. Elmo Wall, the all-cBoswell, and the consolation, Mrs. Jerald Drussel. At the conclusion of the card games, the hostess served a 'Nov. Saturday, 18-1- 030 at The Movies with Vincent Price A Michael Rennie with Danny Kaye A Gene Tierney PM The Best of Hollywood "ON THE RIVIERA, The Best of Hollywood "THE FROGMEN," with Dana Andrews Friday Night Theatre "FRIENDLY PERSUASION," with Dorothy McGuire A Gary Cooper "THE BLACK ROSE, with Orson Wells A Tyrone Power 130 PM The Best of Hollywood 030 PM Saturday Night Theatre -1- 030 PM -1- "RETURN OF THE FLY, 1030 PM 030 2- 0- 130 PM 21-1- Monday Night . Sunday Night Theatre A Richard Widmark 1 "NO HIGHWAY IN THE SKY," with James Stewart A Marlene Dietrich with Robert Taylor A Eleanor Parker "ABOVE AND BEYOND, Sunday. Nov. 22 Monday; Nov. 23 Monday, Nov. 23 -1- The Best of Hollywood Tuesday, Nov. 030 PM 24 -1- 030 PM 25 -1- 030 PM "WATUSI, with George Montgomery A Taina Elg "DIPLOMATIC COURIER, with Steven McNally A Tyrone Power The Best of Hollywood "SPELLBOUND," with Gregory Peck The Best of Hollywood "THE DESERT FOX," with James PM The Best of Hollywood "GARDEN OF ALLAH," with Charles Boyer Wednesday, . Thursday, Nov. .Nov. 26-1- 030 PM 030 2- 7- 130 PM Friday, Nov. Friday, Nov. 27 -1- Saturday, Nov. 28 -1- c 130 PM 030 PM Monday Night at The Movies A Ingrid Bergman Mason A Sir A Cedric Hardwickt Marlene Dietrich A Elizabeth The Best, of Hollywood Taylor "BEAU BRUMMELL," with Stewart Granger "THE FARMER'S DAUGHTER," with Loretta Young A Joseph Cotton Saturday Night Theatre "MADE.F0R Friday Night Theatre Suae "VALLEY OF THE KINGS," with Robert Taylor A Eleanor Parker - Ellen Muth presiding. A routine business session was disposed of, and plans were made for future activities. At the close of the meeting, refreshments were served. MMMtMNMfgP tasty lunch to those named and to Mrs. Robert Fife, Mrs. Tom Judge Mrs. Heber Cushing and Mrs. Oris Sanderson. 16-1- Mrs. Frank McCabe was hos- PROVO Lovely Min Shanna Ryan will exchange wedding vows with Thomas C. Kokal of Helper In St Patrick's Church rites here. ; Ladles of Elks Ladies of Elks held a regular meeting Tuesday evening in the. Elks club rooms. President Thelma Roberts presided. After disposing of the regular business of the evening, plans were made for the Christmas party. Bridge furnished the evenings diversion, with Mrs. He-hCushing, Mrs. Robert Fife and Mrs. George Finch winning the prizes. HOOVER'S Of interest Is the announcement of the birth of a baby daughter to Mir. and Mrs. Charles Fields of Ely Nevada. Mrs. Fields will be remembered as the former Jeannie Tolbert, daughter of Mrs. Helen Tolbert and the .late Sam Tolbert, former resident of EACH OTHER," yth James Stewart In Color ut Source (Row lan&itmwi ; Hayward .