-- The Eureka (Utah) Reporter Page Two M' 2, 1S on Meet Aaronic 9 parents, the Ashton Jones her first birthday anniverwiryd. r the dimtion at the 1 v a n day. In the afternoon, accom- On Held -, Priesthood supervisor Sunday with a party and family get-toand Mra. W. E. V P Well the to went gig her at her grandjarenta home, Greenhalgh. all Payson Foote they S A N T A I' I Mr. and Mra. John Bauer. A lovely were given by Uy Ttchiki, llay Pru Benton hospital to visit with Mac. Mra. Leadership was held in Jol Lee ey. Norma was cream j ice Jolley, a Is who birthday rake and patient Am p Smith's brother, House Sunday, June 27th jMrv(d to thoH? pnwnt. Afttr th6 1aLten nd Jowi there. was Eugene L.D.S. Girls' committee. tnH v by given Bauer tual John reading Mr. Mrs. and party Relief Society executives in and Mary and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Beck and a piano solo was played Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ferris and and stake were also in atundZ Hauer and Diana motored to by Mrs. Lucille Thomas of Genola. daughters Susan. Roberta, and Irovo to enjoy the evening at the Tne music was furnished of home Betsy and Sam Thornley motored Santaquin Second Sunday visitors at the open air show there. ward. Mr. and Mrs. Malcolm Jolley were to Smithfield last week to attend Mrs. Vivian acting114 Roper of Payson, the funeral earvicea of Mr. Thorn-ley- 's chorister and Mrs. CeneL? Mrs. Klva Greenhalgh and son Mrs. Hattie Jolley mother of Malcolm, and his sister, - Mrs. sister-in-laJames White as organist. Miss Rw! Jimmy have gone to Salt Lake to Darlene and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight two-wee- k Westover of the same ward sightvacation spend a Thornley. and daughters of Provo. Jolley her with a piano solo, and dcred and visiting seeing mother, Mrs. Veda Alined and her Utah produced 704,000 tons of Lc Baron of Genola Kvp an i Mr. and Mrs. Oren Barney and sister, Marjorie. spiratlonal talk. beets in 1947. children Johnny, David and Carol sugar and Saturday evening. June 26. Mr. went to Salt Lake on Friday and Mrs. Bill Oram and son spent three days visiting with Mrs. Ronald and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. T. Barney's mother. Mrs. Brown and ENJOY YOURSELF Jolley traveled to Springville to her sister Jennie. see the rodeo. Mr. and Mr Choen Hemming- WHERE FRIENDS MEET Sunday dinner guests st the way and children of Woodland, home of Mr. and Mrs. John Bauer California, cousins of Mrs. Faye the were Eugene Beck and Miss Nor- Jolley and Mrs. Mary N. Pearson ma Lee Jolley and Mr. and Mrs. of Salt Lake City, an aunt, were Gene Bauer and Diana. special guests at the Jolley home on Tuesday afternoon. A fine program was presented Mr. and Mrs. Ned Smith and by the Aaronic Priesthood and the Teen age girls in Sacrament daughter Jackie of Sandy were night. It was un- - guests at the home of Mrs. Smiths Sun-ncstho- -- REPORTER THE EUREKA ELliEKTA CHIT-CHA- T PP , EIvs Gmnhilfh, Krportar TM-hik- ri.'llI ISIllJl WITOLY AT By IHHtlS IKNKOI) Mac Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. I). Jones is convalescing at the EUREKA. UTAH Printed by ART CITY PUHLISIIING COMPANY Si'Rincville, Utah Entered post office at u matter February 10, Eureka, Utah, under the Act of March second-clas- s 1948, S, at the 1879." Subscription In Advance, Per Year, $3.00; Per Copy, 10c Editor and Manager. eporter , ... Harrison Conover Mrs. Belle Coffey NATIONAl AOVCiriSINO KfSIHNTAflVI NATIONAL CDITORIA1 ISSOCIATION CNICAOO BE ALIVKONHIII-Many : NSW TOM SKATTLE SAN HANCISCO FlIT- H- liaiy returns Payson hospital after undergoing a major operation last Friday. Ilia mother reports that he ia recovering nicely and we hope to have him back with ua again aoon. i Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Beck and family have returned home from a week of fishing up Mantl Canyon. They report that due to the atorms of the past week, fishing was not so good. On their return trip they brought Miss Anita Rae Campbell of Sterling, who la their niece, to vacation awhile with them. i Mrs. D. D. McDonald has returned from an extended vlait with her father in Nebraska. At present she is in Salt Lake City with Mr. McDonald who has part time employment there. Every American joins in cxlcri(lin birthday greetings to liis an miry ns it tel el mites its 172nd nniiiversary on the Fourth of July. And wishing many happy returns of the day is one way to express that sentiment. We would like to extend the same greeting to the Fourth of July eelehranls themselves, and wish llint all of them have a happy and safe return from their holiday elehration. Unfortunately, they will not. As the fresh page of July turns up on the calendar, die National Safety Council can predict wilh grim certainty that 8.IKX) persons will he killed Iry accidents during the month. '1 housands more will Ire injured, some of them disabled for life. Many of these deaths and mannings will occur during that annual jnmliorcc of carelessness the glorious iourlli. The tragic fad is that this carnage need not happen. Accidents nre not ads of God; they arc acts of men and women and children who foolishly hot their lives for dubious rewards. 11, e driver who speeds to get to his destination Indore dark-w- hat does it mailer whether he arrives 10 or 20 minutes later? Hie youth who attempts to swim across the lake what is gained by trying to show off in front of a crowd? The father who refuses to deny his 'children the "pleasure" of fireworks what pleasure will the ch ild derive from sightless eyes? These people and the remainder of the 8.000 marked for accidental death in July nre not a strange and nameless breed. They may lie the people in your church, in your office, in your block one may even be you if If you arc an ostrich-lik- e person who buries his mind accident won t happen to me. in the bromide, "Oh, on It has been said that accidents are no respecter of persons. But there is one tenon who is resiected by accidents. He is the man who thinks before he acts, who never takes a chance just for the fleeting thrill of risking his neck, who conducts himself with courtesy and consideration at the wheel of a car. He will make sure that he and his family will have a happy return by exerting a little extra caution to meet the s extra hazards during the holiday. He will lie under no that he is immune from accidents. lie will remember that to lie safe on the I'ourlh is to V hit a stone wall , After too many drinks from the keg; iscar took a funeral pyre, ow he!s just a fried egg! fire-ma- de I Too many people are paid to watch other people in government jobs. In MHO there was one iersonnel employee for every 130 job holders. Now the figure is one to 83. In private business the ratio is one to 220. In other words, the ratio of government bosses is three times that of private enterprise, said Rep. Reese of Kansas. Funny? Nol Humpty Dumptys kind of death is only sfupid and criminal Look at the facts: Drinking drivers cause one out of every five highway deaths. .When innocent victims perish, too, thats manslaughter! It must be dealt with bv strict THIS IS YOUR laws, strictly enforced. Even one or two drin&wJir.c.citfn., impair judgment, increow oeeident three to four times, GUARANTEE OF LOW PRICES gire our customers the benefit of I. G. 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