June 25, The Eureka. (Utah) Reporter Page Two SANTAQUIN NEWS . . THE EUREKA REPORTER 1)1 rUllUSHU) WKl'KI.Y AT EUKEKA. UTAH Printed by ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Siwingville, Utah mutter February 10, 1948, at the Entered as second-clas- s under the Act of March 3, lSTO." poet office at Eureka, Utah, 10c Subscription In Advance, Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, Iakkison Conovei Mas. Uelle Coffey 1 Editor and Manager Reporter NATIOnAI adviitiiino tiniUNTAllVl Wgffii JJA . Tintic Invited To Rodeo At Springville Fri., Sat. oh, Oh! The Jig's Up HUDSON. The First ward Sunday School officer and teachers held their monthly meeting at the home of Mr. and Mra. Milton Jarvia Monday night. Bupt. Carlisle Wall conducted. After busineaa Itema were discussed tasty refreshment! were served to all present. Brahma Hulls, Cowboys And Clowns Will Jq In Presentation of Fine Show At Spring Acres Beginning, 8 p.m., Each Night Preparations are complete for a hangup, hilarious rodtg at Spring Acres Rodeo Grounds the evenings ol June 2j and 20. All Tintic people are invited The I Iohhle Creek Riding Cluh offers a well ,,annJ Mr. and Mra. Duane Robbins report that their little girl, Karen, who has been confined at the Children's Hospital in Balt Lake City la doing nicely and should bo home aoon. Karen suffered an attack of rheumatic fever three weeks ago. WARD TEACHERS OF STAKE CONDUCT girls, The first group of under direction of Mrs. Helen Butler and Mrs. Delores Wall held a meeting and social at the home of Mra. Helen Butler Wednesday. 'll 4-- H utuninj CHICAGO StATTLB NSW TOSS SAN MANCISCO EIJIERTA The Stake Convention of the Ward Teachera held on Tuesday evening at the Stake House at Santaquin was a highly successful affair. The evening commenced with a meeting of the Stake Presidency and High Council at 7 p.m., addressed by Henry G. Tempest, a member of the Presiding Bishops staff. At 8 o'clock the general assembly of the convention started. It consisted of musical numbers by Keith Cooper of Genola and a meen'a chorus from Elberta, talks by Glen Larsen, High Council member in charge of ward teaching; Stake President Carl A. Patten; and Harry G. Tempest, who stressed the great need of a more strenuous program of Ward Teaching in this stake and recounted experiences of some teachers illustrating the wonderful opportunities afforded by the visits with members. The remainder of the program Ume waa taken up by a group from the Ncbo Stake. A. E. Wall announced the remaining numbers of the program. Several songs were rendered by the Ncbo Stake Mens Chorus under the direction of J. D. Christensen with Clara Johnson as accompanist. A trombone solo by a member of the Aaronic Priesthood accompanied by Paul Christensen; a vocal solo by Irene Provstgaard; a reading by Mrs. Clarence Hill; and a vocal solo by Robert Finch concluded the program. Cookies and punch were served to all present. Mias Lucille Warner of Idaho and Kathryn Wilson of Hinckley, Utah visited cousins Georgia and Lorna Peterson last Falls (i;R YEAR OF DECISION week. I of 'resit This is more limn just another year and Mra. Douglas Olson and Ilie American Mr.Mr.and nnd jKilitics. iliilutcs, plalforms. campaigns, Mrs. Robert Olson left in a vacation to South(lecJirute for one Conslilulion. miller year Saturday a great leopIe. and Mexico. ern California Task of governing four lo a ilcisive pari of llieir coiilinuous themselves. Events make some of these years more solemn Mra. Jeanene Steele Eva spent I U 18 n of made month with her husband. have last Events others. responheavy than year Seaman James Eva in San Diego, sibility. California. She la the daughter of Will America mssess the power and the patience to Mr. and Mrs. Vem Steele. keep the governments of the world 'from sinking all jieoplc Miaa Kathryn Olaon. daughter into conflict and chaos? of Mr. and Mra. Roy Olaon. who Will Americans resolutely hold lo their ideal of indiv- has been vacationing In Los California for three weeks idual freedom, and keep this U. S. A. a place where people haa returned home. are superior to government Mr. and Mrs. Guy Johnson of Gin there he peace outside and order inside the rotm and Mra. Gaylia Daley williout live conSantaquin of all anil can us that our young men try, so and daughter of Iayaon apent Fristant crises and alarms? day In Salt Lake visiting with The hearts of people are devoted lo making a living, to their daughter and sister, Mrs. niui families, to improving (ommunities. I he Verla Curtis and family. enjoying homes indivduty of government is to protect these and other Iwisir Miaa Cheri Goudy spent a few idual rights. days in Provo with her friend, Should we not. then, devote 1118 to a great national Betty Ucraley. revival of devolion to simple freedom, to rebuilding moral Mr. and Mra. LaClell Butler and standards, and lo recovering the spiritual powers that lielong four sons, Leon Gean, Garry Raymond. and Ronnie of San Franto us? America is people, and all of us are jieop le whose real cisco, California will be at home Mr. Butlers parents, Mr. and Js arc the plain and decent ideals that human experience with Mrs. Nela Butler for two weeks. has long since verified. Most of them are expressed in the Sunday, Fathers day, Mrs. Nela Butler prepared a delicious dinner Ten Gmiinnndments nnd in the Sermon on the Mount. moat of her children and their ITiese should fie pad of our polilirnl year. If candidates for families. emerge who emliody such ideals, and if the cumaigucrs will Mr. and Mra. Henry Edwards insist that two nnd two make four, that we nil get honest pay atm of San Francisco, California, for honest work, nnd that government is licst when it governs visited a few days with the Nela can still Butters. Mr. and Mrs. Edwards least, perhaps we shall show thnl advance the great causes of ponce, of order, and of freedom. were former Santaquin residents. An-gelp- a, down this roving Milwaukee, Wis., stock, di J -- k.rs who tracked trouble than a la more store a 1:1 f.uc.imre cow a Guernsey think clo-ca from slaughter pen, t. 'i escaped china Savetod ove a mil, . ...dly caught, after causing an Uie More. cstiru 1 i- sang songs and toasted marsh- mallows. Those present were: Mr. Thomas B. Heelis. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Heelis and daughter June, Bishop Gordon Heelis and wife Arlene and children Bonnie, Tom- During jieriods of inflation such ns now hnve, no public works should Ik undertaken except those essential to safely, lienltli nnd welfare of the people. - Now prices nre high. There is a shortage of materials. Manpower is at n premium. Public works would raise prices still more, cause more inflation. Gists would Ik? double ilie normal rate. Rut. that is not nil. Production, private bousing mid wodd stability must not lie jcofiardized. We ennnot nffonl public Mr. and Mra. Thomas Chatwin have had as their guests their non. Max and hia family from Los Angeles, Calif. They will spend three weeks here. They will also attend the Chatwin reunion to be held Friday and Saturday, June 2!ith and 26th at lint rot Springs at works, except those noted, at present costs mul present risks Heber City. The reunion la for the descendants of William and Henry lo world recovery. Hig-ginso- n. The Elite Club held a party at the Social Center in Spanish Fork Saturday evening. Mrs. Erma Cloward and Mrs. Geneva Holla-da- y acted as hostesses. Frizes in 500" were won by: Elmer Tietjen. Hannah Swenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Iwe Christensen. Mis. Sam Perry entertained the Thursday night club at her home. The Utah County Democratic Cards were played and luncheon In 1U 12 the I er capita cost ol slate and liKal governheld at Provo High served. convention ment in Utah was $W.r(), according lo the U. S. Bureau of School Saturday waa attended by I his was 27 ubore the national average of three delegates from Santaquin: Mr. and Mrs. the Glisus. Jonas Johnson Utahs cost was exceeded liy hut S stales, all of Mrs. Clara Lemenar, Roy B. Olson, $!) WO. returned home after a vvhiili were wealthy. Since that time, costs everywhere have and Leslie Olsen. month's vacation at Fruitland. nnd Seattle, Washington. Idaho In the meantime I. 'tails taxes, direit mul inincreased. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Wyatt and direct. have jumped from $ 11,800.000 to S72.d00.IKX). or son of Provo were Monday night Mr. snd Mrs. Reuben Peterson guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie celebrated their 27th wedding anOlsen. niversary Tuesday. They enjoyed a delightful evening of "eating Mr. and Mra. Krvcl Peterson out." THIS IS Y OUR and daughters of Salt Lake spent Father's Day with Mr. and Mrs. The Santaquin - Tintic Stake William Hudson Jr., and family. Ward Teachers Convention and GUARANTEE OF LOW social was well attended Tuesday Mrs. Clinton Smith has her night, held in the Stake House. We are pfeiijed to pice our cus tumors benefit of I. mother. Mra. Ann Johnson of The Nelsi Stake male chorus supA. s efficient nuy of doing business liy PRICING Kanab. Utah visiting with her for plied the music for the' evening, an indefinite period. featuring Bub Finch of Payson In EVERYTHING WE SELL AT THE LOWEST solo numbers. Mr. Tempest of the Leslie Olsen left Wednesday for FIGURE ROSSI 1 1 LE! Bishoprics office of Salt a Bridge Inspection tour of the Presiding take was the speaker of the Basin. He will he gone were We try at all times to niiel the lowest prite of any Uintah evening. three days. He la an employee of served. Refreshments for Brand. or on items coniiarnlilc coniielitor Brand the Utah State Road Commission. in quality! Those the temple exMr. and Mra. Dan Hall of cursion attending at Manti Monday night American Fork and Mra. Truman temple wrre. from Santaquin: Mr. Hall of Santaquin received word and Mrs. Roger Miles, Mra. JenBags recently that their son and nie Bylund. Mr. and Mrs. Dave brother-in-laSHSto Maurice Hall, who CANTALOUPES Mrs. Truman Hall, Mr. la affiliated with the DuPont rom and Mrs. Bernell Openshaw, Mr. psny at Wilmington. .Delaware and Mrs. Wesley Roper, Mr. and attended the symposium on mol' Mrs. Thomas Smith and Bishop ecular spectroscopy at Ohio State snd Mra. Lynn Crook. President at Columbus. Ohio. and Mrs. Carl A. ratten ot Euniversity CARROTS Maurice waa a Santaquin resident lbert: and Mra. Radcliff for years and has been In the Nelson. Bishop Mr. and Mrs. Marion Eastern States for approximately Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Wendell ten years. He graduated from the I .c Baron of SHOULDER STEAKS PORK and Kenneth Genola R.Y.V. at Provo and also from ' Eureka. Spurrier. STEAKS lb. Duke university at Durham. North A Grade Carolina. He is a doctor ol Beef Ib. Monday night at the home of SKINLESS physics and has acted as chemist, Mr. and Mra. Don Armstrong, exFRANKS lb. laboratory technician. In many of pected guests and LARI) unexpected the leading laboratories and guests could be found seated niAmifacturing plants In the east around the aupter table, partaksince his graduation. ing of practically whole pig fried Into tatv chops, along with other Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grrrshalgh eatables. The j orrasion was honorof Ncphi entertained at a delight Miss TYggv Cnombc of Keling ful party held at Sons and Dad:, logg. Idaho who will make her ramp In Xeplil canyon Saturday departure for Salt take and Idaho evening. The occnston wss the Rtti Sunday. I. G. A. MARKET birthday anniversary of their son or Mr. nnd lYpcv. tts- Wilbur, A delicious lunch wns Mrs Will, nit. 'laughter Ttios. and Sal. Delivery of 'nnn.be Phone 179 . ISO Kellogg served after which the group j I, ns been the guest for a .month gathered around a lmnfiro and of her Mrs. 71. PRICES lu POTATOES HHM'apir lettuce : StX . . . White spending his summer vacation and 20. - with his mother, Mrs. Stella Two of the younger set of Goshen are spending their summer vacations in Payson visiting with relatives and friends. Sally Sorenson is visiting "Grandma, Mrs. Sarah Bryan, and Sheila Steck with her cousins, Dianne and Jerry Mr. and Mrs. Jack Done and daughters. Judy and Jaclyn. of San Francisco, Calif., are visiting at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ray D. Steele and Mr. and Mra. John Done of Payson. At a lovely table centered with roses and candelabra Mrs. Helen Nelson entertained the birthday club when they complimented her on her birthday, June 18. Mrs. Nelson was the recipient of many lovely gifts. Those attending the lovely party were Mrs. Lyle Okelberry. Mrs. Birdie Okelberry, Mrs. Pearl Nelson. Mrs. Lola Nelson, Mrs. Cleo Miller, Mra Alice Powelson, Mrs. Winona Okelberry, Mrs. Louise Morgan. Mrs. Mary Thomas. Mrs. Ethel Morgan. Mrs. Edith Nelson and the hostess. I grandmother, Cbjfc and her attendants. Miss Vsi Child and Miss Coleen Jens will reign supreme for the th days. The Hobble Creek Ridj club Quadrille Team will perfat as a unit. The annual Rodeo project growing by leaps and bounds u. offers a better show each yrv The Rodeo shows begin it p.fn., each evening and a crowd is expected to view car performance. well-train- ed Mrs. Ruby Sorensen viktr. friends in Provo last week, ft returned to her home on Satunte ENJOY GOOD HOME COOKING it All our cooks and waitresses are local Eureka Women. . it THE BRITE SPOI S12.75 Heres a good-looki- tai- lored suit for summer fun! Firm weave rayon (for lots of wear) in 6 smart colors! Sizes 12 to 20. Helen Palmer is entertaining her cousin. Kay Melton of Salt take City, at her home this week. Helm just returned from visiting Kay and now she is going to return the gay time ahe had by showing Kay all the wonders of a Tailored slaeks..6.90 small town. BIRTHS 966 49c evening. Rodeo Queen, Mrs. Shirley SLACK SUIT? 13 25 well organized Rodeo apect2 with the varied entertainment is sure to please everyone. jfajjj of the finest stock availabkj! being furnished by Morn, Rodeo Shows and will fMtUn huge Brahma bulls from Thu, the very best of bucking bronc specialty acts and cowboys fa, the entire Intermountain west, q and Clem and their educate mules will be featured in new and novelty acts, a bit chariot will keep the excites at a high pitch throughout tb Mbits Rayon Gabardinm 47 28 MeigS KANMJES Si.- - CITt Gary Peterson's visit to hia grandma'a reached a thrilling climax when he had hia first birthday party on Tuesday. June 22. Gary's little friends brought many gifts and he in turn gave each a big balloon. Those enjoying the lovely cake were Marcella Cloud, Nancy Morgan. Ricky White, Douglas Nelson, Joan Morgan, Patty and Brent Peterson, Madge Kirk. Jeffrey Standafield, Michael and Neil Burraaton and Joe pw 396 (Boston --"Tr Submit news to Ruth mie. and Dennis and Mr. and Mrs. by Tuesday Evening. Alden Neff and son of Santaquin; Mrs. James Greenhalgh. Florence A delightful party was held at Beal and son, Mr. and Mrs. Roy home of DeVar Sorenson Wedthe Greenhalgh and sons and Carolyn June 16. Cards and nesday. and Paul Payatrop of Levan. luncheon were the diversions of 500 prizes were Mrs. Roaa Neff visited st the the evening. Donna home of her eon Lester and family won by Elva Okclberry and Elva laid for were Covers Gannon. in Nephi last week. Okelberry, Donna Gannon, Fern Steck. Winona JenMsrge and Ken Worthcn of Lay-to- n Horton, Sylvia visited with Mr. and Mrs. Stan sen. Gail Finch. Ruth White and Gilson all last week. They left for the hostess. Georgia Peterson, of home Monday, taking with them Arizona, was a guest. Richard and Ve Ora Gilson to Mrs. Marguerite Powelson. secvisit with them for a week. ond couselor, and Mrs. DeVar Sorenson:, Junior leader of the Morning Summer Primary be- MJ.A. Santaquin-Tinti- c stake, atgan Tuesday In the First ward at tended the June M.I.A. conferCharles Donnelly, who has been Santaquin. Primary will be held ence in Salt Lake City, Friday, attending the Trinidad State every Tuesday morning at 10 a.m. Junior College in Colorado, is Saturday and Sunday, June 18, 19 Chatwin. (. J12W5 yv Mrs. Darrell Horrocks enterclub tained the neighborhood at her home Thursday afternoon. June 17th. Present were: Hazel Hawkes. Mclva Hansen, Essie Zetha Craig, Dot Tolman, Lucille Wall. Lilas LaFevre. Mra. Mark Hickman of Salt Trilma Jarvia. Lake la visiting with her mother, Daphne Smith. and Mrs. Ann JohnSarah Wall, Mrs. Lizzie Hepworth. Stevens. son. : 19 Geddes. GOSHEN its a boy The Lloyd Penrods are elated over the birth of a son at the Holy Cross hospital on Tuesday, June 22. Jean. Lloyd, Faye and Oliver are anxiously awaiting a look at the new baby brother. Both mother and child are doing nicely. Coomhe of Mammoth and her aunt snd uncle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Coomhe of Spanish Fork. They were all invited to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Armstrong Monday evening for supper, while there, Mr. and Mrs. Thrmn Snyder of Nephi, sister and hrothor-in-Inof Mrs. Armstrong dropped in as did Mrs. Albert Hudson of Santaquin. They were nil treated to a tasty supper and ranis supJohn plied the diversion of the evening. w RAYON 8.90 V.