THE REPORTER your calling to your local conttpondtnl before Twi- Jay evening YO UR ADVERTISING appreciate fneui Menu HITS HOME WHEN YOU USE YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER Forty-Eig- Volume ht Eureka, Utah, Friday, November 26, 11MS- - M.I.A. Play Cast . . . Round-n-Abo- ut Fred Dittmer made trip to Las Vegas last They returned to their home Hound and . Nalneu Eureka onSaturday. Kr and Mrs. Clarence Courley in Provo Sunday and spent of Mr. and Mra. Uie day a guest tkv'l and Mra. W. G. Stevenson J baby' are spending the Sanksgiving holiday In Salt Lake halting Mr. Stevensons mother. : ; v-- J L Mias Nelda Chillis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alden Childs, euf-- 1 an unfortunate sridrnt while attempting to move a piano at noon Monday, in the Tintic high school gymnasium. The piano fell on her foot and broke one of the bonea in her instep First aid was administered by Coarh Sudweeks and ahe was then taken to her home. .1 P. N. NellBon were Saturday spending day with their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Mr and Mra. in payaon last w. , , . CoMn. Kr and 'Mrs. John J. Hannifin aent Sunday in Freedom visit-JI- T relatives of Mrs. Hannifin. Latest reports indicate that the swelling is going down and Dr. Bailey will soon be able to set the broken bone. lt looks as if It will be Thanksgiving In bed for Nelda Franke is spending a of weeks vacationing in California. He will visit his daughMr. and Mrs. ter and Los Angeles, In Pariasenti eudy end his brother Dr. F. A. Franke K San Francisco. Walter eouple this year. Cast in the Mattinson ; son-in-la- comedy. Att. Boy. Walt! are: Bottom row. left to right, Billie Bate. Marjran Melvin Mellor, Joan Ferguson; top row, left to right. Rex Lee, Ray Colovich. Dorothy Timm, Richard Bauer. Jo Ann Sax. j Km. A. M. Ross spent Saturday Kidvale and Sandy. The Rosa soon fl.niiy will leave Eureka as housing facilities are available. in Eureka Methodist u Kr and Mrs. Robert Markham and son, were Salt Lake visitors Monday. They os Sunday and visiti(pent the time shopping and ng relatives. Km Leonard Brown, in com slster-jn4anany with her brother and Mr. and Mrs. Eskel Carl-eoleft Wednesday for Califorvacation. nia for a two-week aon-in-la- Stewart. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Greathouse of Lyndyl were in town for a few hours on Monday Mm Greathouse's and visited with sister and brother- Dr. and Mrs. Norman -in-law, be conducted in cooperation with the Surgeon General's office to procurement stimulate peace-tim- e of professional nurses for extended active duty with the Army Nurse Corps, it was announced jointly today by Pearl Mclver. president of the American Nurse' AsRaysociation. and Major-Genermond W. Bliss the Surgeon can tell a fresh egg a stale one without cracking it open. Electric lamp engineers have discovered that under black end of light" in the ultra-violthe spectrum, fresh eggs glow with a scarlet color, while stale ones have a purplish hue. Now you from et Extension Service Meeting Scheduled ,U. Al . i nrr ill. A- - will prrnriil A I I A IIO , I I llirri on a U( roiimly tiesdiiy rvcniiiL', Novcm-ferei i c l lli I.. I). . Amuscmi-nIl.ill. i.iiiliiin lime will !!M I ,,n I- - 1", 111 d r j Postmaster Reports On Air Mail Service to Mexico dbe 8 P. M. The entire action of ATTA HOY, WALT!" takes place In the wixidahed in the bark yard of the Nelson home that Walter Nelson has fixed up for his own den. The play is a story of Walter Nelson who is st the period between the gangoage and the find interest in matters feminine and the many things that go to complicate adult life. He takes the admiration of Mary Ann Phillips, the prettiest girl in school, for granted and is more concerned over a flashing light signal he has arranged with hla pal arraaa the street, Billy Herbert. His sisters Peggy and Rhirley make life plenty miserable for him. Walter's life is further when Mary Ann complicated shows a fast growing Interest In Gordon Andrews, the smartest boy in school, who has already reached the stage where a necktie is Indmpenaable. You'U enjoy meeting these characters along with Mr. and Mra Nelson and eepeclaUy Trig- According to a bulletin received by fust master Bauer, effective November 1, 1948, air parrel post service will be inaugurated to Mexico, subject to the general conditions stated In the instructions appearing in the POSTAL BULLETIN of August 31, 1948. Air parcels for Mexico will be forwarded by the regular domestic air mail channels from the office by mailing to the appropriate international exchange office of dispatch. The parcels will be given air transportation to and within Mexico if delivery can be expedited by so doing. The postage rates applicable to air parrels for Mexico will be 64 ger" Danieb formerly of Che State cents for the first 4 ounces or fraction and 18 cents for each ad- Penitentiary. The cast is as follows: ditional 4 ounces or fraction. Walter Nelson"-Bi- lly Bate; "Billy Herbert" Melvin Mellor; "Gordon Andrews" Richard Is Warning Given Bauer; "Mr. Nelson" Rex Lee; "Trigger Daniels" Ray Colovich; "Mary Ann Phlllia" Joan Ferguson; A. D. Manson, watermaster, has Peggy Nelson" Marjean Mat- tinson; Issued a warning to water-user- s "Shirley Nelson" JoAnn Sax; staling that anyone building firra "Mr. Nelson in meter boxra or found tamperDorothy Timm; ing with their meters In any other "Radio Voice- "- Dorwain Wahl-quls- t. way will he brought Into court and The cast under the direction of fined. Mias Gloria Gear, has worked very hard and will guarantee you ORE SHIPMENTS FOR an evening full of entertainment WEEK ENDING NOV. 19 There will be a small admission City Water Users - x-r- ay p: et Egg's Quality ht on health entitled "Another to Conquer." The program la being directed by Mrs. Lyman Petersen, field worker for the association, e, and Joseph Carling, health eduea-Boar- d of Health. rians in the near future include the operation of a mass The annual conference of Utah service among the Indiana Miss State Agricultural College Exten- Graham announced. sion Service will be held the week Reporting progress of the of December 5. Dr. Carl Frisch-knech- t, Christmas Seal program of the Miss Graham said extension director, an- association. nounced recently. that 50.00 letters containing seals charge for adults and a smaller All and will be mailed throughout the Chief Cnnaolidated, 57 carloads; one for children. county agricultural 22. Nov. state by home demonstration agents, assistAll children under Mutual age Gemini. 5 rarloada; Gwliva, 2 carmust be accompanied by their Harold ant agents, state extension speloads; Tintic Standard, 3 rarloada; Hopes; Sergeant-at-arm- s, . It L. Garily, 2 carloads ailu-aKay; Chaplain, Jay Chatterton; cialists and administrators are to HOLIDAY MAGAZINE Service Officer, Vernon Anderson; be present for the conference, FEATURES SKIING ON Historian, Ivan Warr; Relief and which will be held at the college Logan if sufficient housing is WASATCH MOUNTAINS Employment Officer, Ebkel Carl-ji- n available. son. An interesting talk on Legion Meredith C. Wilson, chii-r- , diSkiing on the Wssstch Mounaffairs was given by District vision of field studies and train- tains, near Alta, is pictured In Commander Clay Beeslcy. Dave ing, federal Extension Service, and the December issue of Holiday. A color photograph shows skiForney of Payaon gave a very Madge J. Reese, federal extension good talk on Legion Legislation. field agent for the western states, ers tracing a herringbone pattern Mr. Forney has been an ardent have been invited to participate in in climbing up the mountain. It worker in the Legion for many the conference. Dr. Frischknecht la part of the magazine's portfolio of articles on winter years and has held all the import- said. I lir sports, illustrated with 8H colorant offices in the District set-u). S. nr(iiri IuiikiiH vtliidi was licit! in tlic Eighty-fiv- e per cent of new ful photographs. District Vice Commander ArIasi liall Amnscmcnl llmrsalay was bea evening great aiircrsa Though alow in starting, talked on Legion Navy recruits are unmarried and cause nold Thomas of its scattered population, from all angles. to lie married, and dues and reported on membership not engaged d about of them give fin- the West soon followed and betterOme again llie people of Tinlic District sliowctl tliat up to date. aid to a dependent. ed the East In size and scope of ancial memof A good representation article dthey are what might ' be called akiing development," the bers was in attendance and the 'Vine big family." It Is the ususl at In 1790. according to the then reports. The long chair-li- ft "Once nationalthe is economy refreshment committee served s Secretary of the Navy, the Navy's Alta is mentioned as one of the ized, a totalitarian state is there custom in Eureke for all people to support church actlvitlM, were very good lunch et the conclusion annual food needs 1,600 ways In which the West outstrip- - whether one wants It nr not." of the Installation. Commander bushels of beans and 12,500 pounds ped the East. Prof. Emil Brunner, Univ. of Zur- whether they be L D. 8.. Methoall eligible of butter. Pilon again urge dist or Catholic or any other ich. members to get in and help make Earh fighting man in the Navy This event was no a success of the Legion program. National Commander exception and the organ commit-JamDuring the 45 months of war. consumes over a ton of food yearly Past the for about 75.400.000 rations, or about each ton requires 60 cubic feet of K. O'Neil of The American 'tee extend to all who Remember the Legion is attended a benefit of every veteran of both 226.200.000 individual meals, were shipping space, about ten times legion has resumed hla duties as heartfelt thanks", for without ervid st the Naval Training Cen- the storage spare of a standard chief of poliee of Manchester, N. all the cooperation World War I and II. given us. the ter. Great Lakes, III. horns refrigerator. II entertainment would not have such s auemss. The Hammond electric Be Thankful He . . . Always May which was used n the concertorgan pro-v- l Im to H wonderful music source. The tone quality and beautiful riiiMic which Gene made come from It was a Hslllday of art. Paul Stolz and Normawork Janie-ao- n Isilh played it and were great-l- y rjn- Sa. lanient n:e'ting at the impreaaed. h evening tain We are pleased to j.,n s, hare i.t Sunday th- - missionaries reairt that liishop Y I" has requested fr,,,., tta- t: authorization for the purchase of W4X ,. rogiain Now !',r I,fI Il1h,, instruments from s..iu: the raiding llishop'H office and I 1'invir tv P.rt'.'j it la our earm-Mho;ie that we oni: 'II'1'1" in ni'ii ii! will have one Installed in the EurMuLive t t !. j 'i: jri eka want . church in time for a Thv G'i". I. '.I-I, , Christ itihn program. voeal s'iM Will I,..-,v To nil of you who no S- -i : willmglv If W.li All Your H art Ye donated lime, f, nm and effort toM- -' bv Hulls Till it's ,'i'' Hie ward li I ; t.'llli Organ chairBanquet, rill' I'SIl'i man Ken Mourner und Thv N chlxe " ! y ' Nnriiia JniiicNoii wish to exm'h'i: s"I "f,!' Divine tend sincere appreciation. , r " i.i'h "S iiiii.iirv " bv P!,v si ii r l':iit'r.g Hi'""r. HltlxTM S MALE J' I Will.!, i n n r. The Miners' Union ,.hi. ns iv thor.i'ichly Auxiliary Xu. Tin wrvne 2.1 will have Htt.ndasire. charge of the Oinst-iiiii- s i.v h Si'mI sale this year. This in a worthwhile project snd should IT.e SANTA'-,'- 'IN tile receive MIiN.rt of cvervime w.-rl.--' 'ink Union H in the S District. I, District No. 4 officers were in charge of the installation and were as follows: District Commander. Clay Beealey of Spring-villDistrict Vice Commander, Arnold Thomas of Payaon; and District Adjutant, Guy Brown of Springville. All officers of the Arthur G. Sullivan Post No.. 34 for the preceding year were reelected by acclamation and consist of the Commander, J. following line-uA. (Joe) Pilon; 1st Vice Commander, Don Franks; 2nd .Vies, Commander, Herbert Curwln; Adjutant and Finance Officer, Marion Walter Franke, and son CAMPAIGN UNDERWAY Rheem, and Mrs. James Cullen TO PROCURE NURSES were Salt Lake visitors on The American Nurses' Association is Joining forces with the Rays Army in a nationwide campaign to Show Ada Taylor Gra- led.- - Mm Ultra-Viol- A health education program sponsored by the Utah Tuberculosis Association, is now being carried on among the Indians of San Juan1 County it was announced Wednesday in Salt Lake Building. ham, executive secretary of the At the conclusion of the regular order of business, officers aaaodation, the program includes the showing of a motion picture for the coming year were lnstal- - Pastor. Oborn. For Utah Indians The regular meeting of the American Legion Arthur G. Sullivan Post No. 3T. was held Monday evening in the City. According to Memorial ch Mr and Mrs. T. A. Clement ipent Sunday In Payaon and were dinner guests of t$eir daughter Dr. and Mrs. Max and Program Planned fjsj ea(s The sermon subject next Sunday will be "Great Hymns of the Church," eomething of their history and numerous stories connected with them and their value to church life. An meeting will be held at 3:00 o'clock p.m. in reference to both church and Sunday school. This will be followed by choir rehearsal at 3:45 p. m. on Christmas music. All invited. Services . . . Sunday School at 10 a. m. Church service at 11 a. m. All Church Meeting at 3 p. m. C. M WILTON. n, Health Education Legion Officers Installed; Church News . . . w, Forty-eig- Comedy Scheduled For Tuesday, Nov. 30, In L. I). S. Amusement llall Under Direction of Miss (iloria Hear; Competent Cast Takes Parts From Broken Foot Painter. Bud Number Copy- - ct Student Recovers Mn -- Fer Play To Be Given By Eureka Ward M.I.A. 3-A- Town T 10c Order liiren For Kew Heciric j Suns Organ; Concert Termed al 30-pa- p. Kiwanis Club Hears one-thir- Short Talks; Report On Finances es The regular meeting of the Eureka Kiwanis (lull was held Hie meet&t the Iintic high school Wednesday. Nov. E. wilh HI ing was brought lo order at f): p. m. jaul Slolz at Kenneth Spurrierthe piano and W Forleading the singing. Geo. ,hc w the flag ami the invocation was offered hv Ur. Norman OIstii. Jovce Garhett and Verl Sud-club wwks were inlioduced to the haiu-Dave Eagar of the Kiwanw a Thanksgiving 1948 News Notes... 1 By O. E. BROWN California (ranilson-in-laof Mr. Sadie Hickman of Silver City. O Uud, who art near us - 1 slvit cation Committee gave j talk on " Enthusiasm is p.nt Pas' Fn-.- l M.::.;nan. Kiwanis. w . - o-- al- Church L.D.S. n , 1 ways. we thank Thee for the blessing about out path, for the love that makes life beautiful. for the thoughts that uplift and gladden us. for the npi-n.iv- t Alter a iespr..'e JoVCe G.lthrtt gave tin her stay at Jiris State con h.V -- ! .ni,-'ll.,.- t H r d's--. p'e!ien.was very cription til thiriked She and I litel tauuiig. t menitKUV of the Kiwanis i Inti misfortunes and failures that humble us. for the pBin and dixtrewi that teaehes us our need, hut most of all Tor our b"po in Thee and the fullness f joy Thy presenee brings. Breathe upon us now. Thy hallowed calm, lift the burden from our hearts, soothe i their slipi'orl and eNpi.ss-ai who prerial 10:1 MiSKlble. trip li.id from 'A' I 4 i;-- . . i , sl-e- i s : t- - 1 ' A is rels!1! Rowe .mil Al l'.iMr i. i .of the !:r:sliii.is fund. TI e Mirted that the Tien T he anxieties of our mind, i had assisted t!. K.i nnttec end peace into our souls. V Jllll ll'l ; w.th fund Christmas Grant this. O Father, for .contribution to en.ih'.r "" Tinst Jesus Sake. AMEN el wit!'. it i'Hl ' ahe to go .gram ha j soliciting from the Kurt h.ll t: ia.ed i Geo. W. ,iinn ' ' Chrisl-mijmM.v man of the r,,,,... hi SANTAQUIN Snnlaquin 1st instruction to apisunt ard Relief an was is h PI, Society planning uw,.1,;i;,y;.xrom bazaar for Saturdny. O'-- 1 cover dieh I l'-'- la-r- e a-- ! 1 rber 4. Aprons and other artie-- 1 ?will be for sale along with "eshments. AH proceeds to be d for thJlir the organization. tTlvl1 C:tmor JhRht n "arth1battle tm.. Wed. N"V MKY between Th,. 21 IM' hly - 'tH.1 ' i: Missii- N. I.son by Gn"l hading itr.-- l and was ward. ' He- - ilh roll call. Thomas tf iirui!i Eld-- r t, I r"1: ,r.sl w.M. .I.''"" f" and Delbert Carter an I El rs. i r'ii- -' I! .'..chlo-- i Glen Roper, reWRrn ci.hirY ftf bl. held at turner I sax; Ui. A. ' :l ,h, ! - , prspi: r.f Eliri-k- rn H M lllaek hurst e, assistant General Manager of Utah Puultrv and Farmers (?ooerative and t authority in the Intcrmount-ai- n Region, reports that feed prices have stopped their downward trend Wheat, corn and barley have advanced the past week along with concentrates. Western range is reported "not ton good." which Indicates heavy feeding of cattle and sheep. Future trends in frod prices likely wiu t up. ls-s- sincinL-- Smith. I r.aii--- I. in ;avson condii.t-- il vT,;!-- . s will I"- I"11. Merrimac was Hampton Roads. Ju,t saturdnv Nevmb'r Norfolk N...U PPiy sented at this im-- ' iing A Xmas rrv. W,L Thu was too murh for the Chi- meeting snd this stuck his head well into is requested ance 'I and shouted indignantly: jrr i :n v nai'i r.i-- i s X-- lay. : f .. ' - . V A: M s " , ' . -' I , : doesn't look like this today, and the men on Sonny's face has We hope that sometime liir.iig I'hanksgivlng. Sonny was reminded of the real significance of the day; that he will keep in mind that the eating of traditional turkey was not the only way to give thanks, and we hope he will us- - his future talents to keep this country safe that we may alwaya have a much for whirh to Th.. look of anticipation (liaise! ' one of full contentment nr perhaps one of slight discomfort. t.e thankful Scientists hsve discovered that by varying the pitch of supersonic sound they ran kill one kind of germ and leave other germs alive.