fHE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER November 18, 1966 Girl Scouts The Junior Girl Scouts met Monday afternoon in the Memorial Building, with the leader, Mrs. Donna Laird in charge. The girls carried out their cooking assignments and made pop com balls, candy and punch, and had fun eating the samples. Mrs Laird were Assisting Fawn Fife and Janet Brady. There were 14 members in attendance. Birthday Club The Birthday Club met last Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Alliene Farren. Mrs. Far-re- n and Mrs, Ted Johnson were for the party, with Mrs. Frank Peart as the honored guest of the evening. Dinner was served at 6:30 with table decorations carrying ses tSirtliA . . . Its a boy for the Terry Neltheir frist child, and the sons, first grandchild for Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas. The welcome little boy was bom Tuesday, November 8, in St. Marks Hospital in Salt Lake. He wieghed 7 pounds, 12 ounces, and will be named Brian Lee. New mother is the former Cheryle Thomas. Paternal grandparent is Mrs. Dorothy Nelson of Salt Lake. The Nelsons are residing in Salt Lake, where the new dad is attending the University of Utah. CARD OF THANKS I want to take this oppor- tunity to express my thanks to the citizens of West Juab County who supported me in the recent elections. I appreciate your vote of confidence in me and I will work to maintain an efficient office. Lucille H. Carter Juab County Recorder-ele- ct out the Thanksgiving theme. Mrs. Peart was presented with a beautiful birthday cake, and a gift by the members. The evening was spent in pleasant visiting among the guests. Attending were those mentioned and Mrs. Charles Kirk, Mrs. Don Giles, Mrs. Lloyd Randle, Mrs. William Eastwood and Mrs. Roy Gourley. Bridge Club Mrs. Frank Peart was hostess to the Bridge Club last Thursday evening at her home. Winners were Mrs. Darrell Franks, Mrs. George Finch, and Mrs. Roy Gourley and consolation, Mrs. Minnie Painter, A tasty lunch was served to those named and to Mrs. Alliene Farren, Mrs. Heber Cushing and special guest, Mrs. Bob Fife. Ladies of Elks Ladies of Elks met Tuesday evening at the club rooms, with President Alice Peart presiding. It was membershp drive night, and 31 were in attendance at the meeting. A pot luck dinner preceded the meeting. Plans were made for the annual Christmas party which is to be held on Dec. 6, in the club rooms. At the conclusion of the meeting, Bridge and Canasta were played. Mrs. Dee Clement, Mrs. Fred Roberts and Mrs. Alliene Farren won the high score prizes. Frances Ewell, Virginia Randle, Elsie Nilson, Ethel Brenton, Mary Newman, and Pansy Treloar. Page Three Mrs. William Wirthlin honored at dinner Afternoon Club Mrs. Lucille Hansen was hostess to the Afternoon Cub last Thursday, which was held at a local cafe. Luncheon was served at 1:00 p.m., followed by an afternoon of 500. The prizes were won by Mrs. Dean Rose, Mrs. Della Berry, a special guest; and Mrs. Pete Sorensen. Others attending were Mrs. Ed Webb, Mrs. Oscar Erickson and Mrs. Brennan Hannifin. DUP meeting Daughters of Utah Pioneers held a meeting last Wednesday afternoon at the Memorial Building, with Captain Nellie Laird in charge. The opening prayer was given by Mrs. Roanna Hansen and Mrs. Rachael Hannifin gave several pointers on how to write a pioneer history. After the business of the day had been disposed of, the meeting adjourned. r Wirthin was honored last week at a birthday dinner given by a grandson and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Julian Sanderson at their home in Granger. The dinner was in celebration of Mrs. Wirthlins 86th birthday anniversary. A delicious dinner, complete with a lovely birthday cake, was enjoyed by the party gal and other members of her family, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Sanderson and Wirth, and Mayme Wirthlin. The Reporter joins with her many friends in Eureka in extending congratulations and best wishes on her birthday. Mrs. William Rubella Test A test for detecting immunity to rubella has been developed, the National Institutes of Health reported. Scientists said the test will enable a physician to determine within three hours whether an expectant mother has antibody protection against the disease. New program The American Cancer Society said it is planning a radical transformation of its cancer research program. The ACS said it will devote specific time and effort to defining and g key areas within the research field which offer the best likelihood of solving the cancer problem. iden-tfyin- Birth control Pope Paul VI, studying reports from the Vatican Council and his own special birth control study comEcu-mcni- mission, said he needs more time to make a decision on birth control. He added that Roman Catholics must still observe church rules against artificial contraception. A new giant redwood treee has been found in northern Californias Humboldt County. It measures 369.2 feet, and displaces the former recognized champion by a foot and a half to become the worlds tallest-know- n tree. Christian Service Women's Christian Service met Friday evening at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Theriault, with President Pat Brady as hostess for the evening. President Brady conducted the meeting and the prayer was given by Vola Nevers. Final plans were made for the Smorgasbord dinner which was given on Sunday, Nov. 13. Tentative plans were made for the Christmas party, with the date set on Dec. 16. At the close of the meeting tasty refreshments were served to members, Carlene Eastwood, art Its good to get homem after a day of hard work or hard play. And its pleasant to relax with cool, refreshing beer. In fact, 65 of all the beer produced in this country is enjoyed at home. It cheers your taste as it renews your zest. So, make yourself at home . . . with beer. 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