I -- June The Eureka (Utah) Reporter Page Eight Show Proves Poular . . . Eureka Deacons Win Over Santaquin 2nd lliiers-Kiwaiia- Santaquin chuckern. Allen Carter started the hurling assignment for ELBEKTA CHIT-CHA- T Santaquin and waa relieved by Merrill Gee, who later gave way to a third pitcher. The onea who Elva Grecnhalgh, Reporter collected ticketa for the round trip circuit were: Don Beck, four The home of Mr. and Mrs. Burclouta; Melvin Mellor, 3; and Budley Bronson waa the scene of a dy Gourley and Pete (not Peter I and dinner Bauer, one each. Boyd Gee did a family to honor Larry Niellast Sunday fine Job for Santaquin at short, son, grandson of the Bronson's, handling several hot assignments who ia leaving Thursday to join in a creditable manner. the army. Those present were: Mr. The lineup: and Mrs. Bill Van Ausdal and Eddie Dean Richard Bauer.x of Payson; Mr. and Mrs. Alton Carter family Ronald Naf p Don Castleberry and family of lb.... Ned Grecnhalgh Don Beck Provo; Mr. and Mrs. Shcr Thomaa F. Opennhaw aa... LeRoy Nelaon 3b Mcrrll Gee sf Boyd Gee If - W. Lofgreen and Mrs. Roy Okelberry of Goshen; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kearns of Santaquin; Mrs. Burley Kearns of Salt I.ake City; and Mr. and Mrs. Willis Oram and family and R. Tiffany Mr. and Mrs. Burley Bronson of Cliff Steele Elberta. There are 1,500 fiahing lakes In the Uintah Primitive area In the Uintah Mountains of Utah. LEGAL NOTICES Probate And Guardianship Notices U NOTICE Further Information The Juab County Democratic Primary Convention will be held on July 17, 1943 at the Juab County Court House In Nephl, Utah at 8:00 P.M. All candidates for County Offices governed by this Convention must file at least 20 Days before this date. Any person who falls to file such a declaration of candidacy or to file his acceptance of designation of nomination within the time herein provided shall be ineligible for nomination for such office. JOE CHERRY County Secretary CHAS. HAUN County Chairman Published in the Eureka Reporter June 11, 18. and 24. LEGAL NOTICE Bureau of Land Management, District Land Office, Salt Lake City, Utah, June 4, 1948: Notice is hereby given that on June 19, 1943, the State of Utah filed application to select. Serial 064087, under the Act of Feb. 20, 1929, for: Lot 4, and SE14SW14 Sec. 10. Lots 1, 2. 3, 4, EV4NWU Sec. 15, NWKNEK Sec. 21, T. 17 S., R. 2 E., 8EKSWVI. Sec. 7, NEKNWU Sec. 18, T. 13 8., R. 17 W SEVi-8E1- 4 Sec. 12, T. 13 S.. R. 18 W., 8.L.M., 449.09 acres. The Depart- ment has classified the land as proper for acqulsiton under Section 7 of the Taylor Grazing Act, as amended, and opened It to selection by the State under the grant to Miners Hospitals. Any person desiring to object to this application because of the mineral character of the land, or for any other reason, should file hla protest in this office during the period if publication or before final approval. A. J. PRESTON. Clerk in Charge. Published In Eureka Reporter. June 11, 18. 25, and July 2 and 9. an move. The MINERS took an early toad in the game but when the KIWANIANS threw in their reserves Kerosene Leads numbers on Amateur Show- Left J? Talented young people of Santaquin prepare to a Ross Purcell, Eldon Grecnhalgh. In Household Holman. tone Hud nn, Charles McKay, Kay Howard, Darrell Mrs. LaRue Bauer entertained and Shirley Cloward at the piano. Spectators on theside.. at microphone ard, Accident Lists Worth,ngton the Bon Ton 500 Club at her home on Thursday afternoon. A delicious Sneak killers lurk in virtually luncheon was served to the followFoote for high score and to Lorie every American home, the Na ing members: Doris Penrod, Vera Vera Whitney and Orval Wilson tional Safety Council says. These Lorie Valeria Foote, Whitney, consolation. for killers are poisons, which claim Bauer, Grace Beck, and Marmore than 2,000 lives a year. Small with guerite , Waterbury prizes Lee Jolley and Mary Norma children under five are the most to the last three named. going Bauer were very enjoyably frequent victims. entertained last Sunday on a Guard against these sneak killRoy Ostler, former resident of g trip of Elberta by ers In three places, where the the Hancork Ranch, visited a short horse-bac- k jockeys Carolyn Wolf Council says they are usually time with the John Bauers and of Goahen. We Palmer and Jean I alent Show, under direction ol Darrell found: the Burley Bronson's on Sunday The Amateur was not Bathroom medicines and drugs. and wished to be remembered to might add that Monday the two I iolinan, and sponsored by Santaquin merchants 1 uesday Kitchen for a such day good other neighbors and friends. cleaning, bleaching and Elberta gals. night, was a huge success. disinfecting compounds. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Wolf and Basement or garage insectiDue to weather conditions the show was held in jhe Mrs. Mr. and Flcgler Bcnhardy and kerosene. of Goshen cides and loudspeakdropdaughter, Carolyn, Miners' Union hall Kerosenes poisonous characterped In at the John Bauer home of Wendover were visitors for the ers were outside to accommodate of age, are urged to attend this for a short visit on Tuesday even- wrekend at the home of Mrs. those sitting in cars. Search for Talent entertainment istics long have been overshadowing. They had just returned from Flegler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. better and those who do not desire to ed by Its fire hazard. With the exshow Mr. Holman's get keroa few days vacation and business Stanley Waterbury. beperform, are urged to come and ception of food poisoning, every week, and new talent ia of list sene the leads virtually trip In Salt Lake City. They tell fine a can hear program. discovered. If anyone sing, ua that Cari'a operation was a Former Elberta residents, Leon- ing These shows are being given every home poisoning survey, the dance, or play, the place for them Mickelaon of Rosalie success ard and and he is that complete held Show Talent is at the every weekly in each of the five cities Council said. coming along fine and will be able Richland, Washington were here at the of Eureka, Santaquin, Spanish usually night, Tuesday to walk on hia foot in a very short visiting with friends on Sunday. and Utah maintains twenty-thre- e park. In case of rain, the show Fork, Rpringvtlle and Payson time. They were accompanied by their will cheese numbers two best factories, five dried milk week the each be at Miners Union hall. daughters and non, Marlene, Irene show Tuesday night waa from each town are selected and plants and three condensed milk The The Saturday night party of the and Jerry and by a daughter and carried out In the following man- these will later give a special shdw plants. Bon Ton 500 Club was held at Mr. and Mrs. Gaylen to determine the very best. The ner: the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Windsor of Provo. They had dinA new requirement has been IlnaUsta will apear in an enterDarrell of Master Ceremonies, Wilson of Payson. It was com- ner with John and Valeria Bauer to that everlasting hunt for five cities added In of the each tainment acbined with a farewell party for and visited in the homes of Mr. Holman; solo, Janice Tuckett, also appear over radio, the average woman. Now she must will and Nellie Borgenaon; Mr. and Mrs. Myrton Whitney, and. Mrs. Charles Waterbury, Mr. companied by look fairly well In the New Look. KOYO. members of the club who are and Mrs. Don Penrod, Mr. and trumpet solo, Lavina Borgenaon, Nellie B; accorAnyone who ran give readings, leaving to make their home at Mrs. A. D. Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. accompanied by The Census Bureau had better or any kind of music or and dances, duet dion and by Betty guitar were Colorado. Carl Patten. Brighton. They They reported that Owen Van Is urged to make itself scarce. It just anentertainment other accordion solo, Ausdal; presented a beautiful table lamp the recent floods had missed their nounced that a housewife is not four-yeold come ready to perform. by the other members of the club. home, but had been very disastrous Carol Greaves; song, a working woman." Karen Butler of Spring Lake, acThe show will be held In Eureka 500 waa the diversion of the even- in that part of the country. Aroha June 28, July 5 and July 12; at companied by her mother, ing for the following: Mr. and Celery has been grown In Utah Mrs. Don Penrod, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. A. D. Jones were Butler; duet. Radell and Jolene Santaquin, June 29, July 6 and since 1878. toe dance, Sharon Dunn; July 13; at Payson, June SO, July John Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. at Salem park on Friday night Hudson; Foote, Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Beck with a group from Spring Lake. duet, Janice and Carolyn Tuckett; 7 and 14; at Spanish Fork, July Young, the great leaand Mrs. Vera Whitney of Elberta; They enjoyed a chicken fry with duet. Betty June Downey and Ra 1, 8, and 15 and at Sprlngvllle, derBrigham of of Jesus Christ Church the Nae Robbins; song, Nellie Borge-so- June 29, July 2, 9 and 16. Mr. and Mrs. Myrton Whitney. all of the trimmings. of Latter Day Saints, had 19 wives T. own Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Wilson. Mr. songs by Santaquin's All weekly shows are free to and 56 children. and Mrs. Orval Wilson, and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Myrton Whitney Texas Tyler. Ross Purcell; Darrell the public. Lily Cloward of Payson. Prizes of Payson spent Tuesday evening Holman's unique tap dance, and There are 2,000 miles of mounwere awarded to Don Penrod and with Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Foote many other volunteer novelty tain WHAT fishing streams In Utah in IS MAN? and Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer at Qumbera. which 15,000,000 game fish are The nearest approach to Im- the Bauer home. The Amateur Talent Show in planted annually. la Man is the only animal that a governmortality on earth coining to Eureka on Monday, ment bureau. - Former Svc'y of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Patten were June 28 to lie presented In the eats when he is not hungry, The Geneva Steel plant is conState Byrnes. in Salt Lake City on Friday and new Sliver Gardens at 7:30 p.m, drinks when he is not thirsty and sidered the most modern steel Utah supports more than 40 Saturday attending the June con- the manager announces. makes love at all seasons. in world. the plant mills. flour ference of the M. I. A. who have talent, regardless known. - Ar-de- an sight-seein- Consult County Clerk or the Signora for Donkey Baseball All-m- er Bill Brady Jim Nash B. Gourley R. Thomaa M. Mellor R. Atherley xf C. Chriatenaen..rf It The people of Eureka were entertained by the Miners" and the Kiwanians last Wednesday when the two teams tangled in a Bang-U- p congame of Donkey Softball, ducted according to the Donkey Softball rules. The game was very well??? played and many new records were rung up. Sam gained the unique and questionable honor of being thrown the most timea in the shortest distance. Harry Spencer is reputed to have set a record by trying to wasn t jump on a donkey that Lon and Watt Bob while there, to claim can having Sandatrom lay been thrown the hardest of all the players. Leonard Ryan and George Forsey must have a way with donkeys as they seemed to be the only ones able to make theirs Tlie luircku Deacons continued tlieir winning way Saturday by trouncing a team Irom Sanlarjuin 2nd ward. Tlie game was featured Ly a ilotk of liome run off three 2b. KiMiin ns Croud 25, js,s Amateur Talent Show Attracts Crowd consisting of Mickey R,, Carl Sandatrom, things took turn for the better (or depending on how you looked' The score Is somewhat n Captain A1 Baker of the KlWi-IAclaiming victory charge of professionalism airll the miners, having evidence porting to show previous prJZ on the part of Dick Cronin Jack Hall. Captain Brennan kT: nifin of the MINERS says tbi never was any doubt of the !! after George Wunder that little bit of chain lights!! with the guard on its nose a said the score was 4 to ljiv lone Kiwanls tally, the result a bribery by Andy Anderson Joe Pilon and a supply 0f camo He also called attention to tv illegal assistance given to Mick Ross contrary to D. 8. B. The spectators are practicafcl unanimous in giving thje vfcten' to the donkeys. The umpires that they never did know score, thus hanging up anottl! record of being the first truth umpires in existence. The batteries for the gameKiwanians Wilson Le. iv right handed. left hand pitcher Duane Milne, catcher. Miners Ham Laird. Leonard Ryan, catcher. The lineup (Morn down that m Duane Milne c....Leonard Rm Wile Lee P Ham liut A1 Baker 1st Jack Hd Sam Allman....2nd B. Hannifii Joe Pilon s.s Frank Ctv Geo. Forsey 3rd Bob Witt Ken Spurrier If....Harry Spence Dick Cmsii Andy Anderson..cf Garth Manson..rf. A. M. Ros Reserves: Kiwanians A. M. Rc Carl Sandatrom. Lon Sandstreq Miners Bill Bridgeman. The younger generation are us animous in their opinion that the baby donkey" gave the best per formance of the evening. He ap peared to know he had an audience and really did his stuff, mud to the amusement of everyone. u - STAR THEATRE son-in-la- EUREKA, UTAH THURSDAY, JUNE Two Big Hits 24 . Hard Boiled ar Mahoney and Hoppys Holiday FRIDAY and SATl'RDAT June 25 - 28 n; Carnegie Hall The Screen's Mightiest Music Show! 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