Universal MicrolilninQ' Gorp. 141 Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City 1, Utah WIM Eureka, Utah 84628 Voi 66 Leonard E. Vebb dies in Nephi; services held Dick Laird has in Eureka to A. B. and Hilda Nielson Webb. He received his education in the Eureka schools. He followed mining during his adult life, and was employed at the Dragon Consolidated Mine at the time of his death. He? married Elva Fenn on July 6, 1929 in Salt Lake City. He was a member of Tintic Lodge No. 9, F&AM. , Survivors are his widow, EuSt. reka; son, A B Webb, and three daughters, George Mrs. Donald (Lola. Nissley, 111.; Mrs. Jack (Edna) Wilde, Dug-wa- y; Mrs. Kay (Carol Ann) Leatham, Tooele; one brother, Alfred, Pueblo, Colo.; two sisters, Mrs. Blanche Beck, Dug-waMrs. Vurl (Mina) Griggs, y; Evanston, Wyo. Funeral services were ducted at 2:00 p.m. Tuesday in the LDS Eureka Ward Chapel under direction of Masonic. .Lodge No. 9, F&AM, with Worshipful 'Master Dick Laird suffered painful bums on both legs last Friday evening while assisting in putting out a yard fire. A large of old trees and other pile debris was piled in a yard in the vicinity of his home. It had been set on fire early in the morning and was apparently out until a high windstorm started it up again. Neighbors and Dick poured water on the fire for an hour or so, and Dick stepped over a burned log to pour more water on a small blaze. The ground was not solid where he stepped and he sank into the hot ashes, burning one leg up to the knee & ankle burns on the other leg. He has been confined to his home since the fire, and is under the care of a doctor. Friends are regretting the accident and all are wishing him a speedy recovery from his bums. Dick has helped fight many bad fires in Eureka, and nothing like this has ever happened to him before. He is one of best volunteer firemen. Eu-rek- as con- .Ernest Farnsworth conducting. The family prayer at the home was given by Jack Wilde; Postlude and prehide music was given by Mamie Wlrthlin; Mammlff Services from Masonic Ritual; vocal solo, Glen Larsen, accompanist, Norma Jameson; Eulogy, .Alexander Blight; vocal and duet, .Wanda Colovich Audrey Sanderson, Norma Jameson, accompanying;. Masonic services from Masonic Ritual. Burial was in the Payson (Continued on Page 2 Col. 5) 5y 1968 No, 27 Jyb painful burns Leonard Edward Webb, 66, native and life long resident of Eureka, died Saturday afternoon, June 29, 1968 in a Nephi hospital of a heart ailment. He was bom Nov. 9, 1901 July Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bee and two children of Phoenix, Arizona, are spending the week here with her' mother, Sirs. Mary Thomas. On Monday they drove to Provo where they visited with Mrs. Thomas son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. Sevier and Wayne counties, and is grouped under the Economic Development District, Inc., of Richfield. Sanpete County has been listed as one of the six counties in Utah to share in a $37,500 planning grant. The grant, given by the of Commerce, will be used to help finance a regional program of planning for economic growth. y The proposed district will be composed of Juab, Millard, Piute, Sanpete, De-aprtm- Six-Coun- ent Cub Scout den visits Eureka Richard Henderson of Provo and ten boys from Pack 729, Den 1, Weblos Scouts, visited in Eureka on Saturday explor-i- n gold mines and collecting rock specimens. ' Richard, a former Eurekan, and a son of Mrs. Sterl Laird, is a Den Leader and Assistant Cub Scout Master of Pack 729. After exploring the old mines they went to the Sterl Laird home, where Mrs. Laird served them cookies and punch. After resting for a while they called at the Ken Underwood home, where Mr. Underwood gave them some interesting ore samthe Tintic ples taken from Band will march parades Tintics Band will march in the parade on Independence Day in Provo, and at the Ute Stampede in Nephi on the 11th. The band is really getting, around and is receiving a big hand wherever they appear in the parades. Students to go to girls state Laima Allinson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ned Allinson, Sr. and Kim Pannell, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ken Pannell will leave Sunday morning for Logan, where they will attend Girls State, which will be held at Utah State University mines. Before leaving Eureka they stopped home Tuesday after spending a few days in Spanish Fork with her daughter and son-in-la- w, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Lar- sen, and in Orem with a son and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Garity. She also visited with relatives in Lehi. Keeping busy is not uncommon for members of the Young at Heart Organization in Eureka If the. beautiful display jof work shown in one of the downtown windows Is any indication, members for the week. Jerry Edwards, Dee Jacobson, Tommy Rasumssen and Clark Mrs. Frank McCabe and family spent three days at the Homestead Resort- last .week returning home Saturday. Shurtz. The last two named are Den Chiefs. - Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bliss were in Vernon Sunday visiting with friends. mon and family of Grantsville, were Monday guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. High Mrs. Schmidt ... Burtis Jameson and daughter, JoLynn, were over- night guests Saturday at the home of Mrs Jamesons sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Lomas, in Ogden. Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bigler and Mr. and Mrs. Kay Colovich and son, Mac, spent the. weekend at .Fish Lake. the popular growing club of senior citizens beau occupying some of their leisure hours... r creative hand work. Under the' direction of resident Pansy Treloar, the group is meeting , - at the City Park for lunch. Those making the trip were Benny Gore, Lars Woolsey, David Herring, Raymond Dill, Lynn Rowe, Jimmy Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmont LemMrs. Mildred Garity returned According to Senator Wallace F. Bennett, y the district program is to encourage counties to pool their talmulti-count- ents and resources to overcome economic problems that cross county lines. The professional staff of the proposed organization will conduct research, planning and promotional activities and will work with other local, state and federal devolopment programs in the area. Total cost of the one year planning effort will be $50,000 with the district providing $12,-50- 0 to complete funding. , multi-count- in ty -- Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Griggs were in Payson Sunday visiting with Eurekans who are confined to the hospital there, Mrs. Mary Driscoll and Ethel Bren-to- n. Lynn Brady and daughters, Janet and Pam, were Provo visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Forsey of Long Beach, California, were in town Tuesday visiting with Mr. and-M- rs. Maynard Griggs and Mr. and Mrs. Ron Griggs. Mrs. Forsey is the former Marion Miller and they are former residents of Eureka. Mrs. Jerry Martin and small son, Alan Ray of Rock Springs, Wyoming, and Laurie Lester of Evanston, Wyoming, are spending the week at the hom of Mr. and Mrs. Dean Rose in Mammoth. Oscar Erickson and son, Richard and Bob, spent Monday fishing at Strawberry. weekly and enjoying a varied program of activity and handcraft work as well as dinners and enter tainment. A luncheon was held Wednesday of this at Memorial Building.