Tim REPORTER YOUR ADVERTISING upprvclutet your calling in 'newi Hem t to your local correspondent before Tuei- J fllTS HOME WHEN YOU USE YOUR Jay evening OWN NEWSPAPER Volume Forty-Eig- ht -- Senator Arthur V. Watkins Conducts' Eureka, Utah, Friday, November 19, 10c Ter Copy- - 191$- - To Record Mcmori les Discussion Includes Huilding Roads To New Mine Properties, Tax Structure In Regard To Mining and Problem of Housing - sasff - Plans Made For District Convention To He Conducted In Eureka Dec. 11; Installation of New Officers Set Nov. 22 , - hum nin. Hie Ai mistin' I).y Dunn. siMmsoml ly the legion which was (iwu hist Saturday ewninu al the Tintic Mich School ( lyniiiasiiiin proved to he very siinrxsfiil, lxtli from imcl a in,--tm- pp" ilHC ubMembers - an Services Held In Salt Lake For to mining. Staff ara certain there is nothing quite so dear as the memories attained from an eventful and happy school year, and there is no better way to keep these memories alive than a year book. Hard work and capable management is necessar in producing one that will truly portray school life at Tintic high and mean something to every student. The staff feels it will bo well paid for the work and hours sacrificed, if at the end of another school year they have an outstanding year book that will help everyone to remember the happiest years of their lives. Pictured above are members of the 1948-4year book staff. Front row, left to right, Darwain Wahlquist, business manager; Ray Colovich. editor; Bonnie Ryan, assistant editor; David Houghton, business manager; back row. Dorothy Timm, Patricia Theriault, literary editors: Miss Smith, faculty advisor; Max Le3. sports writer. Tintic High School Year Book Americas number one problem, that of housing, received a good airing at the meeting, aa did the security laws. Federal aid for education and the school lunch were presented to Senator Watkins and the army received its usual dressing down for its treatment of young draftees. Those present at the meeting weie: John F. Rowe. Cecil Fitch. Sr Fred J. Milliman. Harry Randle K. L. Archer. Alonzo Earl McIntyre. John Far-reVictor O. Pett. James Quig. Sand-stro- 9 m n, ley Phillip W. Simmons. R. E. Watt. Brennan Hannifin. Walter Franke. Mrs. Wm. Treloar. Mrs. HanRalph Hopes. Mrs. Gertrude nifin. and John GaUey. Senator Watkins was accompani- building. Commander Pilon wiahea to thank the dance committee, Don Kranka, Vernon Anderaon, Earl IVtlta and Neil Chriatenaen, for their fine work in connection with CN. Leatherbury Funeral services for C. N. Leatherbury. Eureka attorney who died Sunday enroute from Eureka to Corpus Christ I. Texas, were conducted Friday, Nov. 12. at noon. In St. rauls Episcopal churrh, Salt Lake City, by Rev. Mortimer Chester. rector. Pallbearers were Willism Esrl Thorton, Melvin D. Boley, D. W. Jones, A. George Chase, Russell Churrh and Jack Brooks. Burial waa in Mt. Olivet cemetery. i It was with deep regret that the residents of Eureka learned of the sudden death of Mr. Lealheriniry. Ho had been a resident of Tintic for the past thirty years. During his residence here he gained the respect of all who knew him. He was known to he an able and hnn-rlawyer, and was Eureka rity attorney for a number of years, John W. Redmond, Brother resigning on Friday evening, Nov. of Eureka Mayor; ft. at the regular meeting I IJfn In (hllfornla Eureka city council. Sympathy is being extended to John W. Redmond. 43. brother hia widow and son. incumbent Is Only Ore Shipments For Former Resident Week Ending Nov. 2 Victim Of Candidate For Iron 49; Chief Consolidated. Auto Accident School Board Job Blossom. 1; Eureka Lilly. 11; ed by one of hia secretaries. Mr. 0. DeVere Wootton. an attorney Wootfrom American Fork. Mr. ton took notes on the meeting for Alexander Blight the senator. served as general chairman in arintroranging for the clinic and W. E. Gamble, incumbent, waa ducing Senator Watkins. the only person filing to represent Senator Watkins handled the Precinct 1. for election to the entire clinic in a manner that Hoard of Education of the Tintic showed his wide knowledge of afSchool District on December 1. fairs of state and nation, and 19 IS. much credit is due him for conMr. Gamble was first appointed ducting the clinic. In the past about the only time one has been to the Hoard of Education in able to see a U. S. senator is at leader. lOotoU-r- . 1910. to fill the unexpir-Bettelection time when he is out lookViolet cd term of the late Daniel Fields club members. Nash: it Helen Pett and Darlene and he has been a board member ing for votes, and consequently Bogdan, was a real pleasure for the people Peart. lever since. The fact that no one of Tintic to discuss their problems Year nothing. Mammoth Med to run against him shows the First and speak their piece at a time - leader Mrs. Thelma Roberts: high esteem with which he ia held when no one had an axe to grind. that no one seems to be 1 Tin-ti- e ft; Standard, 5; (lodiva, Mountain View, 1; Gemini. 3; Empire lease, 1; Yankee Consolidated. 1; North Lily. 2; Centennial lease. 1; R. L. Garrity. 2 (silica I. st of-th- of Mayor Wilfurd Redmond, and former resident of Eureka, was killed In an auto accident in Los Gatos, Gal.. Nov. C. I94H. Due to the fact that Mr. Redmond lived alone, his almenre waa not discovered until the following Thursday, and the is sly was not GOSHEN The Santaquin, Go- - found until Friday. Nov. 12. He ad-- 1 work, and it and Ellx-rtreturning 1.from .6 aMAI BAJA.I BBlk.il l Afll IllHtt ll.ll I .A. agriculture Officers Elected For Three Town Adjustment Assn. y LD.S. entertainment and financial tandxxnt. $.10.00 waa cleared at tho dance and (hia amount waa turned over to the board of governor for the Memorial building to be added to the fund which will be uaed in the fumiahing of the ! Problems of mining, as prciented by the group, centered aiound the building of roads to met-l- i, new properties, premiums on work, for exploratory money nnd the tax structure in regards Metal a Eureka people and former attending the funeral services were: Mrs. Mary Ann Stack. Mrs. Glare I arson. Dr. and Mrs. Norman Oborn, Mrs. Nora McCormick. Edward Fox. Willism Hannifin. Mrs. G. Wheeler, and John Churrh. Eurc-kan- l. Churchmen Guests 1 ChurciTNews At Kiwanis Meet In Eureka... I girls and thank is due each and p,. held ;1t the County Court Houhc man; Bernard Hale. Genola. vice- - kn. he ami of the lute Mr. and everv one who assisted in tliijfn,m 7 ,m. t s p.m. on IVccmber chairman; Cl.. D. Greenhslfih, Mrs. K. W. Redmond. He received eementary and high school worthwhile work. !, regular member; Alex education ;i!l registered voters of Pre- - Santaquin. in Eureka si hoolx He Mr, Ruth Wahlquist will ro- Sunday Sen Ices first t exercise Goshen, alternsle; White, urjfWi j..Hi a.m. ' ctiiV( h(,r , enlisted in the IT. S. Navy and cr-- ! Priesthood Meeting or pin their second Genola. Davis. Fred and citizen ax prerogative .10:30 a.m. in the next few Sunday School days. termite; Henry Roberts, seen-- vd 22 years, retiring a (dmrt time cast a ballot Adult Aaronic Meeting.. 6:15 tary. 7:00 Sacrament Meeting Survivor include two daugh- M ms Regina Luru of Salt Isike The program for 1949 was dis-- : On Joan and Nancy, one bnt- Tuesday I) for a few and the visiting cuswd days is price support spending 2:00 p.m. V Relier Society Wilford Redmond of Eureka ther. 'fHrm Lucus. was commodities Mrs. explained, Margaret her mother, 2:20 p.m. Primary , , will be held1 and one sister. Mr. Grace Green. The county meeting 7:30 p.m. , Sacramento. Cal. j A jl Tlie Wm. (Bill! McDonnell who ia December 4 in Provo. Eureka Ward will be host to were conudted Funeral servires Pocatello in home making his group of prospective missionn Ism Galon, Tuesday, wit Sun-. . . 11 ami on will town in was Saturday aries Sunday morning. They American Legion In charge. Mrs. WaiTlS day visiting his mother arrive at 9:45 a.m. and will spend ' conMcDonnell. being extended to Anna sytnPlhy the entire day trading and Redmond. the onir. family demonstraof Eureka. of four the series The people tacting Frank Sanford Mr. and Mra. In the evening they will be in tions on Bread Making in the of charge of the sacrament services Home given last week at Mona. and Mr. and Mra Beanlalldur-j Any owner of animals letting and will furnish the entire pro- Eureka. Levan and Nephi by Miss Snrinrville were in Eureka ran al large will be cited the week visiting wth Mrs., them court gram. Etna Miller. Extension Service and subject to a fine. lnto The Eureka ward bishopric in- Specialist in Foods A Nutrition iahei Sanford and Mrs. Parsh. AUo anyone caught apeeding vite all who are interested to from the Utah State Agricultural a pica- - or running a atop sign will not 154 Miss Mr.:- v- Nash 10 College, were well received. week-en- d with her parents,, be given a warning, but will lie at sant were present and women girts 10 of The Sunday evening services ?p',r J.IM,. art Bto. The Senior Class has choen 1 the the L. D. S. church were under Parker, Home Demonstration a sophomore "White ChrietniHA" aa the theme the direction of Bishop Alonzo demonstrawith the assisted for the SENIOR HOP. which will Sandstrom. Congregational sing- gent, tions. 10. The senior be held DcccmU-imthe ing was led by L. K. Spurrier. Miss Miller emphasized Mra. Ruby and their advisor, chnrisTrr. with Gene Oborn at the build good portance of protein to Shaw, feel thst It will tie even a organ. The invocation was offered blood and muscles and she stated greater success than their PROM, by Elder Geo. W. Forsey. Wanda that two slices of whole wheat Frances and have great plans for the big Cblovirh. president of the Eureka as much as protein broad supply Green of Silver City dance. Mrs. ward Primary Association, prebroad. slices of white was hostfss to the Study club at sented Gordon Oborn with a cer- throe Mis. . Miller has prepared mini- Mining 11111 Co. her home. Mra. Green gave a talk lllHH tificate of graduation from PriThi ...no and nwlfUK Child Control'', and a lesson mary. , j ! K- a onstration j - tc. Bfead Making . ProVes Popular ! 1 Un Marshall ... Straying Animals ! Seniors Choose Theme For "Hop" Dec. s-- "y "ja A-- "'E r of St. Putrickx rhurih aiid iiev! Wilton of the Methodist church l were guests of the Eureka Kiwanis club Wednesday even- ing. Program guests were Mr. Usher ami Mr. Mohs of the Stan- dard Oil Company, The meeting was called to onler at 6:30 p.m. by President Lon Sandal mm. Ken Spurrier led the singing with Paul Ktolx at the Pl,no- The pledge to the flag wm led by John Rowe. Moss of Provo, made a few well rhiiMen remarks and then the balance of the evening was turned over to Mr. Fisher who entertained the club with motion pictures of hunting and fishing In Alaska. Harry Handle or the Kiwanis Education Committee gave a summary of some of the ideals of Kiwanis ami led the diaciMsion that followed. Kiwanlan Fred Milliman was in charge of the program and is to be commended for bis selection of an Interesting evening's enter. sm-em- al-- - ! the dancy legion Contribute At the laat regular meeting of the Legion, it waa voted to give $.10.00 from the regular fund to the Memorial building. (Thia amount ia In addition to the proceed of the dance.) District Meet legion officers of District No. 4, District Commander Clay Bccs-le- y and District Adjutant Guy Brown, of Sprtngville, were In Eureka (mi Sunday and met with Commander Joe Pilon and Sendee Officer Vernon Anderson, to talk over the year's program, and also to plan ror the District No. 4 conference which will be held In reka on the evening of Dec. at 8 p. m. Thia meeting will bring to sion. The Ameriran Legion will have charge of the Auxiliary refresh- ments and everything points to an enjoyable evening. Gome out and enjoy the gisxl tune that la being prepared. I .r gli in To Install The American Isgion Post No. 34 will hold a meeting Nov. 22. This meeting will tie for the Installation of officers thnle am to head the legion Hist for another year. IMrchhinents will lie served following the business meeting. All members and eligible mcm-I- s rs are urged to attend and help get things' going. The Memorial used for the building is inert mgs, ami ia being enjoyed by a few members. let's get together and make thia year a banner one. Remember the Legion needs you, and you nerd the Legion. The Membership Drive is now on. The membership for the past two years has been encouraging, so lets all sign up and help the legion grow and be of service to the service men of World War I and War II. Commander Pilon ia urging that each member bring a buddy and get him signed up before the next meeting. Is-gio- Eureka Girl Chosen For Cover Of Popular Magazine An m tlxlr relative merits, : j l, in.'H- - mil 4 ti:;c. if Mr. ami Mra. J. North f ! OTll N. Eu- orf for an rxlemled visit t (Tuliforia ia Mrs Wm Clark. She will spend the winter months viMiss Olivmnrie Thompson of siting her family. Pasadena, granddaughter of Mra. Olive Carlson and Mra. Ada Thonqiarin of Eureka, had the iliatinct honor of being chosen Cirn-- r Girl on the Cinch Mags-,zln- e, pul out by the John Muir fiehisd at Pasadena. Girls are Inspected, and all A vocal solo, Tomorrow, waa .. Ryan, accompanied D- - II, lainmrnt. a Izola J. . Parker. Home ...II Eu- reka legion 1ost officers and auxiliary officers from the various posts to plan a program for the coming year. An entertaining program will be given and refreshments served at the rcMM'lusion of the business ses- - Io interesting a "The Mission lin" was given Bauer. The benediction feted by Patriarch Clarence G. Forty-seve- n American Legion Has Big Activity Program Legislative Clinic In Eureka St niilor Arllmr V. WutLins (oiultulcd a Memorial lluiMing il I.urrL on I Vui.iv in tlic Novimlwr 12. 1 lie public- was in it.ul In lluvery fine turnout wai present to. discuM current legislation and ,he Number Finley were fir three weeks before ehonsing the "Cinch queen of the month. A lovely picture of the young Imly aptcure1 on the ixiver of Hie magazine, and one ci iu Id wv how well had they boson The sloiy goes on o ay or Toni, aa she is hotter known is 17, is eagerly stud.es fur the second pursuing semester at Muir College at Pasadena. A lw Major, Msu Tliompwm m- tends to further her education at Krigham Young in dab and later at University Stanford. She " " lover or music and likes all "OJiv-01110- Saturday, Nov. 20. commencing nt Mr. o'clock. Evcrvone in the stake ' invited, except Beehive Girls w.ro ml Junior Boy Smuts. There will week. dancing, refreshments, ami a K"d time for all. GlltL. (leaner The Tintic Stake Gleaner Gavlis. under the direetion of Stake Hleaner leader Elms Fowkes. was "Id in Santaquin. Tuesday. Nov. id. The hall was decorated with green and goM mlors. and the Gleaner shenve In a large "G mde the decorations outstanding Stake Gleaner President Bnr Jerman took charge and the following program was presented '"hters from each ward were p'pn- Opening song. "Ihit Your Shoulder To the Whpcl." left hv grille Hnrgenson. arcompanled by Myrtp P.iitler; opening pravrr. Jornthv Timm; solo. "If You Were hp Only r.irl in the World." hv eraldins White, aeeompanied by ,r mother. Mrs. Genevieve White; Ptv. Eureka ward "Thev Crlti-- ( Continued On Page Three) - MY Til ' iml H'is the, ,.sh-- :. ' f the high s honl t T)ll. T!.c I'utay". In be presented pl.iv, i: . iking m was chosen. Sixty on two (,j ilat-ni-jl,t,.1ir .1 ! nut ffir various fur li putting part. .iiit I V sliaft. , wm were; Helen Gear, I k HI lh" M - Those rertn Waldi t:"t t" Arubraon, Carlisle 1 e v lui.M-rtsh-fb- urge Hum tile, . n S ii;i. a b'.iii ksn-.iplant-jj- . . .Mrgn-- t lAiird and Mll ji., tl" lioisling ,,ii.,.r ,.i '" W""J had hoid'-ll.el m s'i The of (,ne 21 !,. ssno-nwnlHl v. le jirugram was givti-en l.it meeting of the Ki-a- .i a '. i'1 al , 4 ,h he prmupal speaker Ib, si. D l F. Hitts f Silver City, v.ue 1:1 a ''s n Li.ke g..ll.lgist Sylroser f Eureka. ex- t td '( heir who r -r -r prJ:.:lI-.- , the K.:g and othr I. All r.f the pr gram , many W-r- -d J tr.'. surer M irs C Hav L. I'one who had served for Herk and Champion I ;e I'.'lllen th" past- f ur yesrs as principal of T.' t It fh School resigned hi TN.sii.on in order to aeeepl a w-- il el ":,;!i!;i'm Sl.sbnry Book Co., one of i,i. Salt u a m res, d. nt died been the largest text book eonerrns had he where 1 sic'' hospital His work H1-1.1 tie I'n ted States. . i, ie art trouble. take him to Northern Cal- Merlr Rf was !,r' , i small daugl.f r. .t ..I d y e M.n ,u' r J,,h,i Cl 'HN n Ili.nt -- (amp-rgn- . i.' . umly i'-- : - j News Stories, Ads For Reporter Must Be In Earlier ' a Next week w;i: - M-and- , j sHirts Mix was bom in Thompson Euroka and livixl here for ;.-- t 4 RKTI RNX IIOMK Hcrl Ferguson relurmil to his lioin- - on con-finSsturdny after to the Holy (?tohs hospital for the past several weeks. He sufferod severe burns while nt work, ami his many friends will to pleased to lesrn he la peovenng . V-n-r-i t- ;r ...... fur the Eurei! 1 :s ' " due - tl" Thi"k-g-v.to day. M jM.rter i'l the r ; delivery Fr:d.iv .m ' ; must be pnnt-- d and p:.ieed i:i th Then-.-.1 neaday evening. ;y w. one diy lx news mis! not later thnr. y.ind.iv t and ads .ire ! .ii- c siihini'ted or Tmsfhij ,if Wednesdsy cr-le- P'' 1 i l , 0. g ..... .srv knn W-irl- - 1 hs'if". S.',V.-','Ii- i : jh ... i'l stiKfsitinly. mood I smiling, bespectacled In no vrto-lnHES SMILING a hi al spevl.il prifurmanre of the opera party Andrei YUliinsky with Mme. Y Wdnsky Is to til left and tho in N. Pan. for delegate I. given Iremh V. N. delegentleman oho I standing M. Alexandre Tarodi.Identified. not oere gate. The other member of the party g Mr and Mrs George A. Sperry of Nephi and Mrs. James Sperry and children of Salt Lake, spent Fr.day nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. l,rNlie Randle.