theeubeka Reporter Page 2 Thursday, November 29, 1934. Fine Work Accomplished on the Highway into Tintic The local manager for the telephone company, with the help of linemen from the Payson exchange, recently completed the tusk of moving about sixteen poles and making an important line change in the vicinity of the Goshen Dam. Such a change was made necessary owing to the state road bulldlnx program which calls for an extensive fill and the straightening of the Tintic highway at that point. The road Job, under way for some weeks, will not he finished for anothor month. The Tintic road, Santaquln to Eu- reka, has had the benefit of con- siderable work during the past son. First, an unusually expensive project at 8antuquln which elimlnl- nated turns and a bad railroad of crossing, then the expenditure eral thousand dollars In widen-- ; Ing the road through the Homans- vllle Canyon and now the clearing! up of what has always been a messy piece of road around the dam, or reservoir, at Goshen. Eventually there will be a real highway, comparable to other mod-Mr- s. ern roads, leading Into the Tintic mining district. State road officials SPECIAL 20 per cent off on C. A. Ijiubcr and J. A. Cook of Delta were In Eureka on TucHday Sport Oxfords at Myrle's Dress Shop, transacting business. and R0)prt Hone of Suit wore in Eureka during the Luke Children for Shoes "Thojogond" at Special Prices at Myrlns Dress week. jr THANKSGIVING IS OVER AND YOU MUST NOW GIVE YOUR ATTENTION TO EVERYDAY GROCERY NEEDS UNTIL CHRISTMAS DAY ARRIVES. WE ARE PREPARED TO GIVE YOU THE BEST ! ! REPORTER Publlshed on Thursday of such week at Eureka, Utah. 0. K. RIFE J. VERN RIFE Publishers Walter Jensen of Trovo was here Entered In the postofflce at EuMrs. Fred Dunn and liltln eon of on Friday, attending a meeting of reka. Ulsh, us second class msll Richfield are in Eureka visiting with hank directors. matter under the Act of March 3, Stella Mrs. Dunns mother, Mrs. 1 871. Vlckerii counly clorki and; J sbea- were up Illley Judd, deputy sheriff, Rubscrlptlon Rates $2.60 per year. Atteml the Bazaar at the M. E. from Nephl last Saturday transact-- , Many lug business, on December 11th. beautiful and useful articles will bej PrNEmL jikLI FRIDAY A delicious luncheon will on sale. FOR MKH. MATT LAIRI) i he served at 11 a. m. Mr. und Mrs. Edward Duggan at At the L. D. S. Church last Frl- The rase of the state vs. James Richfield were held 0Vfr funeral day Webb, charged with contributing to Mr Matt of Rev. E. C. Reardon, pastor of the raalBi nig. the delinquency of a minor, has been Eureka Catholic Church, returned , bei ,n cha Clarenca H scheduled was again. It postponed The speakers were J. 0. Webb, last Saturday after spending a to be tried yeterday but has been Ti Sty. Bray and Bishop Hogan. MuThayas held over until Friday. sical numbers wore: Selection by the Stanley Wilson and his mother, The bank, the postofflce and all choir; vocsl solo, "Face to Face," D. A. Wilson, were Salt Lake Mrs. Genevieve Ekloff; vocal solo. business houses of Eureka are closvisitors during tbs early part of the ed today in observance of Thanks"Lay My Head Beneath a Rose," J. week. -, TinI,. of mines the Jamison; quartette, "Abide With However, giving. Me," W. Heber Jones, J. E. Berg- tic carried on operations In the usBud Summers and Berkley Parkcal,1" for lba pendltur ! Nell O'Hare and Mr. Jamison; ual fashion. inson of Saline visited in Eureka 3ct"; amount of money ever strom, largest Instrumental solo, "Rosalee," Jesse latof the the guests week, during In alloted to this highway t single Fisher. The Invocation. The Ladies Aid Society of the M. ter's brother, Seth Parkinson. E. Church will hold their annual year. Interment took place In the EuBazaar on December 11th. There Mrs. J. M. Martin of Pocatello, reka remetery. on SPECIAL 20 per cent off will be many things on sale that will Ida., and her little son, James, are Dress Oxfords at Shop. Luncheon Myrle's nice Christmas make gifts. guests of Mrs. Martin's mother, Mrs. Sport At last the perfect movie divorce will be served. Dreading a task is harder than Mary Stack. has been found. Neither the hus- doing It. Mias Maxine Atkinson entertained Miss Gertrude Ann 8lack of Boise, Miss Marcella Ekloff was the band nor the wife made the the Bunky Bee Club at her heme In Idaho, Is here for Thanksgiving, over the week-en- d of Mr. and ment sfler the divorce (hat they'd Mammoth on Friday evening. The visiting with her mother, Mrs. Mary Mrs. Vincent A. Gllhool at Payson. still bei friends, time was spent in playing games and stack, and other relatives. i sewing.' Dainty refreshments were The Young Democratic League of served to the following members: Misses. Sedella Dean, Patsy Franks, Eureka will met on Tuesday, Laird, Jean' JauJuenesse, cember 4th, at the county court LaFaye Pickett, Mable Randle, Max- - house. All interested in the organise Atkinson and Elaln al'mpson, the ,aton are asked to attend, last mention1 being a. special guest. Qordon P Woodl of Kephl haa ' The Lady Elks held their regular been appointed to the council of that vacancy made by the meeting last night and after the clly t0 fil1 business session cards and a nice death of hie father, Dennis Woods, luncheon were enjoyed. Mre. A. D. Gordon Woods is well known in the Baird won the high .score prize- and Tintic District by reason of being the Mrs. Lou Barrett cut prize. - Mrs. E. aecretary of the Republican county P. Sax woe the hostess,- - assisted by ' committee, and during the recent We wish to announce that we have with us Mr, Whitford Mrs. Baird. During the business campaign was a frequent visitor session Mrs. C. E. Rife was elected here, Bates, who extends a welcome to all of his friends of the to the office of treasurer, to fill a' One of the finest lineup of shows l Tintic District. vacancy which has existed for the ever presented to the movie fans of past three weeks. COME IN SERVICE AND SATISFACTION TO ALL. shown on the j Tintic is that Shoes for Children her show cards, distributed during at Special Prices at Myrle's Dress the week by the Western Amusement Co. Practically every picture is a feature. Fane can attend most any show without ascertaining what it last Thursday evening at the home of , la, confident' In the knowledge that For the music lovers of America who desire Mrs. George Castle ton. The usual they will be given a fine entertaln-buBinesession was followed by the meat, a fine piano to express themselves musically playing 'of "500," in which Mrs. s lrs. R- - D. Gardner and four Theresa Viertel won first prize, the For those parents who would make sehouse prize went to Mrs. Margaret Rma11 children, former Eurekane but ,u recent of residents Salt years Freethy. The hostess served a dell- cure the musical future of their children. few days ago completed an clous luncheon.. The next meeting Lake el will be at the home of Mrs. Theresa aat0 triP ecross the continent, on December 13th. It ie im- - inK Mr. Gardner at Washington, D. e e portant that all members attend as c-- Mr- - Gardner le now holding an there will be election of officers. Important position with one of tho federal agencies which Is extending v The play, "Auntie Up." presented loans to mining companies, his min-undPRESENTING the direction of the FKRA re-- ing engineering experience In Tintic creational committee, will, be given und other camps having fitted him at Madimoth on Friday evening! The. for such work, play was given at the' high school Mre. George Tlnsman ecte d as in Eureka on Monday evening to 'a le large' and .appreciative audience and hostess to the Fidelia Club last comments have been heard nesday! Bridge was- - played with Those In Prlzei being awarded to Mrs. Frank by many who attended. the cast include: Arthur Sullivan, Brlskey, first; Mre. Frank Bacon, cond. The hostess served dellel-eo- n, Beulah Manson, Ralph Christopher- Leading the parade of finer Washers and Ironers. Richard Sylvester, Lloyd Ran- - oua luncheon to the following: Mrs. Priced from $59.50 to $124.50. Floor model on display. die. Phyllis Bant, Louise Black, Earl Cecelia Bacon, Mrs. Eugene Blackett, Mrs. John Bunnell, Mrs. Frank Brisker, Mrs. Dean Beck, Mrs. Francis Grant, Mrs. Percy Hanks, Mrs. CathWE WILL HAVE A FINE ASSORTMENT OF TOYS erine Russell, Mrs. T. E. Bartlett, Mre. Frank Hickman and Mre. Frank AND XMAS GOODS ON DISPLAY FOR YOUR Russell. sea-Chur- ch Meats, Groceries and Vegetables I THE MARKET AFFORDS AND THE PRICES ARE RIGHT. TWO DELIVERIES DAILY FENNELL'S EUREKA, UTAH 2 PHONE 18 EUREKA i Winter is here and we have plenty of that GOOD ;; COAL at the lowest code prices. r High School Notes Margaret McCormick, Reporter . , ne Tuesday night the high school basketball tekm won'their first game of the season when they defeated North Sanpete High 8chool In a game 26 to 10. Every member of the team did exceptionally fine work. Never has THS had a team faster or more capable. During . the whole game Tintic was shead of the opposing team. pre-seas- Do You Want FORT COM with that glass of BEER or WINE I have nice comfortable chairs and convenient tables for both Ladies and Gentlemen. The basketball schedule that Coach Parkinson has lined up is as follows: At Eureka: Hinckley Dec. Eth, Davis High Dec. 21st. On this latter night there will be two games, and the former Rocky Mountain conference stars will be seen in action. Out of town games are: At Hinckley Dec. 13th; at Salina December 14th, at Richfield or North Sanpete Paul's Place Dec.-15th- . SHOP at . TOWNLEYS - J Decem-Thorogoo- d" BALDWIN M The Thanksgiving vacation began Wednesday night at TIIS. School work will be resumed on Monday, December 3rd. Claiidin Funeral Home Last Tuesday Marlin Greenhalgh, a former mayor at THS, visited the school and spoke to the Senior history class on his experiences in the Private and Emergency. Ambulance Call Phone Payson ' Navy. 166 Other Parlors st Spanish Fork, Kiringvlll and l'rovo 'Personal' Attention hy C. (). Claudln Lady Attendant WILF FARREN NOW AT JAMISON MOTOR CO. Bring your work to me at this garage the best equipped pair shop in Tintic. re- The Pep Club play that has been scheduled for December 14th- - has until December 2 let. i , I ' Last Saturday the Pep Club luncheon held In the THS. domestic science rooms was a great .success. .Many ' occasions such as this ' are being planned fn an- effort to secure funds to make It possible for the girls to accompany the basketball team on their trips. Wednesday at noon a pep rally was held in the high school gymnasium and the members of the basketball team each gave their Ideas about the coming games. : the melancholy days Is that so many awful poela insist on 'writing about One reason joln-Vlert- The A. RIFE Piddle .Solar IlKPOUTFR OFFICE, 'Eureka We might be able to look forward with more pleasure to winter If we didn't have to endure the raccoon coat season Just before winter THE NEW STANDARD CHEVROLET 4-Do- .or ; I ' I Sedan A CREATION THAT IS A SENSATION Line CONVENIENCE. Exposure Held Needed In Battle Against Evil. ELKS' BLDG, Eureka, Utah PHONE 16 Necro-whoAncient and Modern msney, Allas Mesmerism and Hypno-lou- s tism. Denounced" Is the subject of the Lesson-Sermo- n in all Churches 0f Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, De- cember Among the Scriptural citations are. b0Be T Jeremiah Cl: 1,0,10: "Thus b Behold, I will raise aa,nBt Babylon, and against U bem tbat dwB midst of them . a destroying lhat rUa up aa,n1 w,nd' Klee out of the m,dst r baby lon and dellver every an bI ,oul The Lord hath bought forth out rlgbte0U8nBM: come nd let Zion the work of the Lord car m gave instructions in the var- duties of these workers. Fol- lowing the meeting a supper was en- Joyed at the Forrest hotel. 2nd-Churc- YOULL WANT TO SEE B. C. of Washers and Ironers Wed-fsvorab- them. E. PIANOS er are melancholy C. .... , The Ladles Aid of the M. E. met at the home of Mrs. Margaret Freethy on Friday after- noon of last week. The usual pro- gram of work was carried out. Those present were Mre. William Vivian, Mre. Rose Taylor, Mrs. B. B. Parrish, Mrs. Delbert Davie, Mre. Arthur Smith, Mre. Joseph Stokes, Mrs. Wll- llam Clark, Mrs. LaVerns Nevers. Mrs. Fred H. Lohf. It was decided to hold the annual bazaar on Decern- r a,od-- " ber 1 1th at the M. E. Church. Lunch- Included In the Leaeon-Serino- n ran will be eerved at 11 a. m. on (bat date. Many pretty and useful are th follow,n ' correlative from th Christian Science aKC will be on sale. textbook Science and Health with The sale of Christmas seals by the Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Utah Tuberrulosls Association, to Baker Eddy: "Many are willing to provide funds for carrying on the open the eyee of the people to the tuberculosis prevention work during power of good resident In divine the ensuing year, was started In Utah Mind, but they are not so willing to today. A few years ago these seals point out the evil In human thought, were sold by school children end and expose evil's hidden mental ways others In Tintic,. but during the de- - of accomplishing Iniquity (p. 570). presslon period a certain selected Bo secret are the present methods of few have received the seala through animal magnetism that they ensnara the mails with the request that they the ege into Indolence, end produce be purchased. .As far as Tintic le the very eputhy on the subject that concerned this Is the method of sale the criminal desires (p..l02). In a this year. Tintic people who receive world of eln end sensuality hasten tbese stamps should purchase them ing to a greater . development of If they are financially able to do so, power. It Is wise earnestly (o con-fthe money derived from this elder whether It Is the human mind eource le spent for a most worthy or the divine Mind which le Influents eeuse. Ing one" (p. 32). h pas-articl- es . ! EUREKA PRICE (Fully Equipped) (PCCO 300 Call Bill Hutchison Tintic Representative Residence in Eureka USED CAR BARGAINS Chevrolet Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Delux Coach 1929 Chevrolet sedan 1933 Chevrolet Master Coupe We'll Say They're Bargains and 1931 ,S. They're Guaranteed. ; ; :: FREEZING WEATHER is now here let us put your car in proper shape by filling your radiator with guarSOLUTIONS. anteed PRICES THE LOWEST ANTI-FREEZ- E Philco Radios and Supplies Phone us for Demonstration If youre having radio trouble also phone us for help. EUREKA SERVICE STATION or FRANK BACON, Prop.