Universal Microf lining Corp. 141 Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City 1, Utah The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, July 9, Vol. 63 Congressman visits Eureka PARADE Congressman David S. King, was in Eureka Saturday afternoon meeting with a representative group of democrats. A dinner was served at a local cafe, where- the meeting was Elon (Chris) Sorensen, 65, for whom services were held Tuesdaj. - held. Elon Sorensen services held Elon (Chris) Sorensen, 65, of Mammoth, died Saturday morning:, July 3, 1965, in a Salt Lake hospital of natural causes. He was born in Moroni August 11, 1899 to Christian and Helena Nielsen Sorensen. He married Jessie Bryan. She died in 1935. He married Ruth Erickson, May 4, 1938. He was Juab County Deputy Sheriff for 26 years. He was employed by Juab County Road Department until his retirement in 1964. He was a Veteran of World War I, and served in the U. S. Navy. He was a Past Commander of Arthur G. Sullivan, Post No. 34, American Legion; past Fire Chief of Mammoth Fire Department, and a member of the Utah Firemens Assn, and a member of the LDS Church. Survivors are his widow, Mammoth; four sons, Bryon, Marysvale, Tenn., Chris F.t Elon J., Burbank, Calif.; Allen E., U. S. Navy, Oakland, Calif.; daughters, Mrs. Bobby McCormick, Washington. D. C.; Mrs. Betty Keeley, Twin Dale, Calif.; Mrs. Joan Thomas, Genola; Mrs. Helen Wall. Eureka; 17 grandchildren ; two greatgrandchildren, sister, Mrs. Lucille Hansen. Mammoth; brothers, Earl, Mammoth; Harold S., Eureka; Steele H., Springville. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday afternoon in the Eureka LDS Ward Chapel. The services were as follows: Bishop Bartschi conducted the services and the opening prayer was given by Duane Garbett. Speaker for the services was Alex Blight; vocal solo, Glen Larsen; organ solo, Norma Jameson; vocal solo, Charlotte Carlson; remarks, Bishop Bartschi. Mrs. Jameson played the prelude and postlude and was the accompanist for the vocal numbers. The closing prayer was given by David Garbett. The chapel was filled to capacity paying d last respects to a of Tintic. resident Burial was in the Santaquin cemetery under direction of Keith Jolley Mortuary of Pay-so- Congressman King and his party, Ray Pruitt, State Chairman of the Democratic Party, Mrs. Jean Westwood, Field for CongressRepresentative man King, and Dick Westwood, were introduced and welcomed to Eureka by Joseph Bernini, Juab County Chairman of the Democratic party. The meeting was very informal. and a short talk was given by the visiting Congressman. He was made acquainted with the problems of the mining industry, as well as other problems in the area, by some of the men attending who are well aware of the situation. He promised to do all he could do to remedy some of the problems. pos-sib- ty A miniature parade is lining planned for Pioneer Day, July 24. Those in charge are inviting everyone to participate and join in the fun. The little parade is scheduled to begin at 10:00 n.m. on Sat- urday, July 24. The entries will form at Randle's Service Station and wind up through main street. Larry Sanderson on furlough here Larry Sanderson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Orris Sanderson, is spending a 15 day furlough here with his parents. He has spent the last 9 months in Okinawa and in the Phillipines. At the end of his leave he will report to Moffit Field in California, for further assignment. Ore shipments Filtrol Corp., 1200 tons hal-loysi- te clay. graveside LDS Church Eureka Ward services ka. Kay Sorensen. Fred Hansen, Richard Sorensen, Jerry Hansen, Byron Sorensen and Max Sorensen. Mr. Sorensen: Mr. and Mrs. Kay Colovich and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Bigler spent Independence Day holidays in Las Vegas. They returned home Monday evening. Alton Gadd The MIA girls camping fun for Camp KoHoLoWo in Santaquin Canyon is set for July 13. 14, 15 and 16. According to MIA leaders these four days promise to be wonderful for all the girls attending. It is to be hoped that all those eligible will take advantage of the especially fine outing. On Monday, July 12, there will be meetings at the stake center for auxiliary executives, Relief Society, Sunday (School. MIA, Primary, high priest group leaders and stake presidency. The meetings will begin at 8 p.m. On Sunday, July 18, the regular monthly priesthood leadership meeting will convene at 2:30 p.m. In the evening the home missionaries will be the guests of ward sacrament meetings to give inspiration and words of encouragement. were conducted by the American Legion. Post No. 34, EurePall bearers were nephews of Governor Calvin L. Ramp- ton spent Friday afternoon in Eureka. He met informally with representative Democrats at the Memorial Building, where he gave a short talk and opened the meeting for questioning from those attending. Some of the men attending were able to talk with him on mining problems, and other problems facing Tintic District. He made a short visit to Mammoth, where he talked with officials of the Mammoth Mine. Governor Rampton plans to visit all the counties in the State to find out the problems the various counties have to deal with. This was the 9th county visited on his tour. Before coming to Eureka he made a visit to Nephi. A buffet lunch was served at the Memorial Building by a local cafe, under direction of the Democratic ladies organization. In the Governors party were Mrs. Rampton. his press secretary, Dave Rose; the planning coordinator, Robert Huefner, and highway patrolman, Mike Gale. Other county officials attending the meeting were coun- S T News n. Military Governor Rampton pays visit to Eureka ty commissioners, well-like- A view of Colony Development Company's prototype mine (top photo) high on the slope of a canyon shows the rugged-nes- s of the terrain surrounding the company's oil shale extraction operations. The belts and equipment shown are used to reduce the shale to less than one half inch fragments to feed into the processing plant (lower photo). The 190-foretort tower rises boldly above the canyon floor on an upper reach of Parachute Creek near Grand Valley, Colo. The unusual height is required to make the best use of gravity in handling crushed shale and ceramic balls used in the process to vaporize oil from shale. ot No. 28 1965 Duane Garbett presided at the Sunday evening services at the Eureka LDS Ward Church. The music was by Mayme Wirthlin at the organ, and Ann Garbett, chorister. The opening prayer was by Eldon Lovell and the closing prayer by Carl Sandstrom. Miss Claudia James was homo for the holiday weekend, spending the time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence James. She is attending St. Marks School of Nursing in Salt Lake City. She returned to the city Monday and Elgin Gardner, of Nephi; and Carl Galaway of Eureka. Celebration is big success Weather conditions were just about perfect for the Independence Day celebration. The town was awakened at 6 a.m. by a resounding blast ,or blasts, as there were 50 shots fired, and the small fry were raring to go, and their parents were well aware of the fact since there was no more sleep for them after the salutes were fired. Firemen started touring the town at 9:00 a.m. picking up the youngsters for their rides on the fire truck, and what a time they had, as their faces would attest to the fact. Festivities began on the school grounds at 10:00 a.m., with races of all sorts for the different ages. Then the real fun began: an egg throwing contest provided fun for the spectators, then the greased pole contest, which was won by Steve Evans, and Ronny Gilson. Then the greased pigs were set free and such a scramble. One of the pigs was caught by Adele Nebeker, and the other one by Donny Hopes. Needless to say, the young people were so greased" up that they had to be introduced to their parents, but it was all in good fun, and the young people Vere real sports about the whole thing. Prizes were given for the chicken chase," but were too numerous to mention. All the youngsters were given a bit of change to spend, and were also given soda pop and candy bars. It was a wonderful day for the kids, and the Firemen are to be commended for providing a real entertainment for the youngsters of the district. Martin Fennells given party Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fennell were honored last Saturday evening at a dinner party at a cafe in Spanish oFrk Canyon. The dinner was arranged as a surprise by members of their family in celebration of their 25th wedding anniversary. A beautiful wedding cake, decorated in sparklers, in keeping with the Independence Day theme, formed the centerpiece for the attractive table. Mrs. Fennell was presented with a beautiful orchid corsage, and a most enjoyable evening was had by the family. Those attending were the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Fennell, Mr. and Mrs. Terry (Jo Rae) Kay; Mr. and Mrs. Craig (Eileen) Lindsay, Martin Jr., Miss Deon Jolley of Elberta and Mrs. Fennells mother, Mrs. Naomi Ekker.