Til! : liPPORTER Mtnxku y,wr culling in ,u- - 'vrrtsi'onilenl awning ( Forty-nin- e Volume With Hon I"1 I uet Bun Full Capacity Tlic members of the Kureka hire Dept. Hiiil the teleiihmie ManRR,r- Mr- Dalgleixh. Hre the resident of Tintie requesting to iileHxe refrain from using their telephone immediately umn the Mounding of the fire siren. It i the eustoiii for Kureka patron to call in im-- . niediately as soon as tin- alarm OWN NEWSPAPER - - fu-e- . "Kl, Jlf S V V.Y r. v.,-.- By Settlers At Partoun Community to s" Kureka .Methodist church will move next Sunday the Community Park east of town where services be held in Ciod's (Treat An organ will he taken along and nothing will lie will Out-of-I)oor- s." Spanish Fork In conference called by Lt. Govhud Thursday evening at Spanish Fork of Kiwams eluhs of Division no. 1 A ernor, Cliff Memmott. o Itah-Idali- district resulted in the of Herman (Han I Nephi club for Governor District, and IaRoy Provo club. Lt. Governor nomination Mr-Ews- n. of Utah-Idah- o, Olsen. Division (.;i j i th.it. I r;,yj: Si vcr Jubinj Queen. id Mi". Sbr'fv G'rb Obor? Gc-"N, r, nr'.f: n re. Ivri. ;'o .f.j re- - c, dm-- i ' j.pr-.-jrc- n c .j , a . r -, yic-pn- YeWS level. Arthur Sylvester who was di- v Standard-Lilrecting the work of thi extension Mining Co statedthat the work of enlarging and retimbering the Kast Tint 1' shaft had been completed. The old shaft had a depth of 300 fed and wortc 'had reached that level The 0 tent ion of the e.vr;vi::v w.i t a rontraet for IfM feet "f w-rand later continue this 12'M foot possibly going to the level. Dffi.'i.ils of the (luef t'onsolida-te- d Mining Co. were thonuighiy in with the pl.MS.-i new-shaf- l'",y married. Frasidenl Ken announced trip Tity on the night of Aug- 3 and asked that reservations tn on the first. 'rrl Sudweek showed a film Rofety" that wa very well The film w shown nnnigh the rourtesy of Mr. Ixola kfr, County Home Iiemonstra- I d. "Barnyard Golf' waa in full mg when this the irporler left "ne of action. With Pres. Ken on Vf "f ahsence, George Forsry Temed tn fading the field 11 BBd u thoughhim wa Hannifin giving of trouble. Bran- - a . ?. cry 1 rcrt Derby race. Many Tintie residents r aiieiil sclusils in legions. t tlie juisi'nl time Ki fiiiriilie have definitely established Ikuiu-111 the region whnli stalls 11 limit 3 miles mst of Trout Creek in weal i mi Janb C' unity. Cliai les Itei Idol :iec(ii,i;i.iiii d Mr. and lie is nil Dliglit 011 tin- - trip pi.iiae fur the fun- - manner m which the settlers an- attempting to make tin desert bloom like a n. in 1 1 : iiHi'ly jMipiililted .!'C(. 0 111 preservative Be In Eureka On Social :in Colored Films MlC . Tin Kureka Kiwams club has ranged With the Xehn Scout Din-trifor the shmvmg of a full colored f Ini winch tells of the complete trip of tile Xebo Senior Scouts on a recent trip from Pay-so- n up the Colorado River ahoiit IT."' miles, and back to Paysun. Tins piiilieiilnr film has been mieh in demand by various groups in Juab and Ctali Counties, having been shown to many civic and rhMMh groups in that area. There will also he a number of 3.'i M M slides shown of various xicmc liia.ity spots encountered ailing tli' wav. This should prove highly inter- antici-- 1 esting. ami a good crowd a 1 ati-l- j Security K. IVtcrson, ivp-resi- Th- pin ved. - 1 w..rk I00F 12 proximately end. Held Annual Picnic thld Fclbiws' .'H lslgi'. Ap- from Chicago. id pia-sen- t 4 en- - ami very nice pro- gram. lifter, .and punch Wutcniii'lnii, were served free to all who wished to partake of them. Prre winners were: i ?& 'js? AnnualrnmarytonvenfionScheduIed J.,hn n.l at h, is By Fred Tiedeman - nl.,l ll.lii. . Irimarv tn 2. ..9:30 a.m. 10:30 a.m. 11:30 a.m. 7:00 p.m. service at Eureka ward were under the direcJovie ;.iil tt nml lli'b'ii Flunks, tion or Rishop Alonso Sandatrom. went along as guests, and Joyce Congregational alnging wus led by gave two n adingx wlui'h were Ruth Vahl(uit with Gene Olsirn li d all. mm I'joyi liy al the organ The invocation wa It was n verv enjoyable day, offered by Cirri I Sandatnm. A and tb me who dul not go. do md l solo, "In Tlie Garden, was gMirt tiovv rum ll I bey miSHeil. given by Ronnie Ryan, accompan-ie- i hv cne ONirn Fred Tiedemen Mrs. Xoia M ' 'oiuin k is again of the South Jordan wand talked at tier homo aft, r a month's va-- i oil the Three Degree of Glory Sin' The Renediction wa offered at ion sH'iil in California. by spout some tune with Iit sister Kay (Yilovleh. . Mr Mr. nml and MITICK James Norman in Hollywood, and I.DS The Girl Organization with Mr. and Mrs. Janu s Mliickett rake and pie ante. at llituiosa p.each. where she im-- will eonduel a 12. in the Memorial sou amt daughter-ilaw, Mr., Friday August - Ruilding at 2 p.m. Kuo McCormick Neil Mrs and the group drove TogellM-Mr Frank Higgle and Mis to Sun Francisco, nml enjoyed a few lav's visit with Mr. ami Mrs. Ceil Wilson of Salt laike pcnt at the home of Mr. Tom I .nil i Eileen Murihyi. All the week-enthe Cali torn urn turn tinned are nml Mr Frank Gear. and will former Eureka he reinemlNTed by many of tlie Mr. Emma Wheeler, Mr. Wm. present Kurekans. Mr. and Mr Mniigh and daughter, Kathy, of McCormick returned home with Magna visited over the week-enMr Nora McCormick on Monday nt the tiiuiii- of Mr. and Mr. Jovm-n- I brother-in-law- I tb-nol- mo-Ne- , r. w- llmhli . l i . ' Sunday Services Features Talk ' " SUNDAY Nellie R. lam'd. Ain King. Rosa Priest hisal Meeting Helen Violet Fox. It. Taylor, P. I. School Laud, Jean Gib'. Maigaret Green-li.-ilg- - Sunday Sacra meld Service Kdvthe I. Green, representMeeting d i 'olumbia Rela'kah laslge No. Special Tlie Sunday evening F. To Be Held In Payson On August 12 t- - bl The 1.0 0.F. met at Arrowhead resort on Sun- JllIV 31, fortlllMr Annual IlCIUC. rilCre Were 13 Ilfldkiihs' LodjitS, lvprfSfntfcl, including one from d " Mr. laiwrenee Stulile-fieand Mr. and Mr Roliert Rowley of Silver thty enjoyed an outing at Hah laike over the weekMr. awl Outing At Arrowhead 1 I- viai-tin- 1 joyed giuiH's. i ..... George lledenlmrg of Silvir City g sMnl tin past week in Pmvn with his pnrenta. The fiim will be shown munedi-- : to estahlish their identity until , full. uiiig the regular Kiwan-- ! they or their survivor pmirnt IIRV, high scl'.ixi Iniilding was near completion The t.iMunent of the gyninaeurii had lieen rcnvsb'lid: a sewing pmin. kitchen and (lining ' their Eureka P.iil.iori property An itimual Fall Convention will lie lield East Tintie. in which nmni wen arrantigod and the io- nu stie Art mid S lence depart mesit imn.r!.inee wa x made pp:.-M2t3rd ward diureh. 1ayson P moved from the high school before. The f. the wito will lie Tliis a three Stake Convention in which Chnngi's and to"carr- - to this new location .In, it. Saiituqinn-Tiritic- f were in necessary improvements mine. of gold. the interest of the economy pro- Slakes will participate. hair ari oii-.- ee It to MemlsT. Stake cent copper. 9 The first irei'ting 10 a tn Friday Roards and ,ard Hr of silver and gram which Tintie S hmd District Priestleuiii advisors, contained he l;ttl' will fur stake worker All students from momi.g This first shipment of NelN our - w;lK practicing. lead Enrek i I.ulhon "m- lhls ipct (pmi s'Venth grade only. Three General Hoard niem-he- r eonvenlntn. .re duced' a" small "iiinoirit of g.ssl will te prenent. up went to the high school and lbthe this .'Ju 'T arrangement a niis't.ng wi!' I"' J,r"Mrt. At several year t'foii through Mr and Mis Waller Sutherland' of throe teachers was saved held in which all ward ami stake and Ti.issod i'U.1 the hands of the salary Arm r famiL ship-foSylvia nml Ci'.so!kI it,,d Mining C" Dn Previously the seventh grade sill woikers will participate, those ntm-neevi- -! Johnny Saturday l' wen schools week the I lie attended ilenis the who in war attendance grade "! a pleasant two weeks alter mug c MainmoMi InSilver and t.i'fiin-TintiKureka. o in slake from S viiinrmn Fust stop was at Rich-- j mid Mr a at Mrs Cei il F:tch Cdy. The new plan put them in clude .li: rm.ary want workers fuolid. Calif, where they visited home or their Tintie high school building All tro;n Kltwr' i. fJoshen, childtvn letiiri-ewith Mrs Silt In r land s sister, and; after spending M'Veral Weeks Mi'X- - the work connected With these S.o.t.Dpnn Dt and 2nd ward. visit-i)- r Ann wlio hits tsa-daughter changes with the exception of n, In that Dividend I Irani h is dis- ng in the Caliform city join's! luring through Arison i. w ns little e.irj'i'iler help jierforned (..iniZli, ten and Colorado. SM.(. tal invitation is tar par lit for the rest of the or !Iv Mr. John Hunnc!. custodmu Mr. and Mrs. John s.,nv primary worker trip They drove up the coast to tl, ,,xl..((., the high seh.s.l and Supt L. E. entertained a party 'f to attend; also MamPortland and visited with relativea Citv people, most nr t.iern heir.g Hart let t. supt of the school dis moth women interested in primary in that arm. and the return trip emidovees of the Irlernatnma trict work are .wed to attend, aa an was made through Idaho, and into vers.or: of Primary work Sail Lake City Theay report a over-al- l Mining and Smelting-ke A Vr. mam office of Sait verv interesting trip down to will be presented. get you right North of piemc lunch of the the of Priesthood All the meaning the reprewntativ'e. Mine and a sigh! seeing trip artnind Mrs Kthil Isinncllv sant the you find that it ward and Make, air expected to be "r,1 success ami other enlertaimngfollow weiknd in Klls'ita nt the W. D through. presei.t. fJatSs made the visit an cn- simplymcansto Luncheon will be served at nsin McDonald heune Mh"l K joyable one for all attending. - re-p- url lieen rreelved from lalsir-iu- g Elder Ghu W. 10, who a an LDX Missionary In the Northern California Mission, that In has lieen transferred from the Fresno district to the San Francisco district, where he will serve a the Mwsuin Secretary. Idaho and ; wl I'n-oldc- ha Word im hiding oiii r work- plans. nt d. was an ing hard on float and various other necessary thingn for the parade, and il would appear that they an Ising forgotten. However, hv next week, wo hope to know just who and what they are doing and will thank them through the eohimn of the Reporter, NOTICE Tlie Sliver Jubilee Ciimniltlee 11 III lime I heir final inerting l(. eelelirntliHi Saturday rv nlng, August A, In tlie Memorlnl lluildiiig, al M p.m. Hannifin I nspiesllng llinl nil nimmittccN nlleml anil on their will I tie. (In Is Ihii asking n gmul representation of Tintie residents, mo I hat nothing will lie in erloolied In the final e J Transferred field alive of the Provo offiev, will Is in Eureka at the City Hall on Thursday. August 11. 3:00 p.m. to assist anyone who ha any problems m regards to Social Security. Social Security card should never Is- - iMed an iilentifiention for cashing checks. This warning i repeated periisheally by the Social Security Administration, according to Sherman II. Iteuseh, manager of the Im vo office, since each year a number of buNinessmen suffer loss basixl on such erroneous prts.f of identity. Peoph who obtain S('ial Security card fn.m the government do 0 without having Sterling ar- A : t y of Kun-kgirls home after a most pleasant outing at Camp Glass in Provo Canyon where the Catholic Church maintains a camp for both girls and hoys and where proper supervision is given their various activities. The local group wxre Mary Frances Gnrrity. Patricia McCormick. Helen Fields. Julia Sullivan, Wanda Hillman. Marie and Maude Hanley. They spent a full week at the camp awl rcjxirtcd having a wonderful time. At a recent meeting of Arthur G. Sullivan Post No. 34 of Eureka American Legion selected delegates to the Ogden convention as follow. IVlegatc A. I,. George. D. G. Hcnriod. M. M. Kaighn, II C. SylVi'SliT, Normati Willuior.-- : alternate John It. Cronin. Jerry Platt. .! hn L. Taylor. H. O White-heaFred R.nltke. held Neiglitsu's of Woodcraft their regular meeting at the I()()F Mil. A liiisireas meeting wa followed liy a Mieial session WM To - , ul 1 a Is ml Scout Trip NeWS s. underway the com- - .b' 'Clubmen Will See' rn deli.-iou- s iii s new-wor- k m now people - F i: ;r, the Sw--.'.V' :"d Sdtijrc. v An .1 t.- TWCtlty Gordon Fri, Rrennan Hannifin and Harry Randle were delegate from the MIXING NOTES Eureka club. Eureka Standard stock reached a new high point of S5. the adDeacon's Outing Thirteen Deacon from the Eur- vance resulted in the rumor circueka ward returned home Saturday lated that then had been a new rumors were night after spending three very en- ure discovery. Such joyable day at Fish Lake. Hiking without foundation although taken up on the 1100 foot and boating were enjoyed by the in extending some resulted level Phil boys a well a fishing. of ore. according old fare of the Bt Thompfrin was the "Champ Wade. The fWtlng. bringing home a nice 2 to manager James J. foundation for the new comprespounder. that large They were accompained to the sor was ready and the lake by Wilaon Lee, Norman piece of machinery wa at commine it was predicted that and Ken Spurrier. complete installation would lie pleted in twenty day. The level from which ore would be taken was the 1000. 1100 and 1.100 foot Nor-bu- tlx- - 1 by, The regular meeting of the Ki- wni club wa held at the City Wednesday evening ee. L. K. Spurrier presiding. Prayer wa offered by Dr. Ohorn. Special guest wen Gene Olsirn. one of the attendants the Jubilee Queen and Miss Cnnr.ie Durant of Tooele. The club a enjoyed bteal prepared tan they say) by Vernon Anderson and WMir Randle and served by those two assisted gentlemen, by their -v- ra. Virginia Randle and Agnes Anderson. In addition to being able to piN pan a delightful repast, the Dave Kiwanians wield a wicked let cream scoop. If Leslie and Andy can make pic like that all tw time, a lot of men surely bwt rhar.cv to get "good wife" when Ni'goliations are r CJuhs . Slight - Uliih-Mah- Enjoyed By Eureka Kiwanians '' i munity will construct a building that will In u:'.rd as a community center anil the Tyitw- Schisd Iis-trwill nuit the same for school purposes until such a time a it would npM-!ithat the community is 011 a piTiiinneiit looting and then regular seliisil will lie huilt. At , si ill it wntilil ap;ieiir that about I htlilreli, eligible for grade 1 to S. are permanent residents ami 1. ion' are ted during tile fall months. Pupils of high silusil age to arnot smtieirnt in iiinnls-j r a leg': school and will have to be worjnsl j 1, it in Mini liiii.isliidciitx to high ut Safety Film, Supper . 111 wh'.-reli- rl-.i- SvSeAndemon, ing capacity In the Itali Iark. Kureka is Rmleo mmd.sl and a I W'Wd is ant a ipalial atlmth la rformanee. Chair- nighta Kola-r- t rank" ta w.rking " hard to make the Iwo night an outstanding aueeesa in the way of entertainment, ami of course, financially a well. Special Kicnt Chairman, Fred Johnson, will have an interesting pnigrnm for the celebration. Iliinild Itrenfon, chairman of the i'(iiieeHsions. promise many interesting things In the way of entertainment. FJmCr Mole rln ml nml Harry Handle high Interest in the , the scorching ami. made the trip for the in a of establishing pursisc that region for the coming year, linked Mr 1 represented were Spanish Fork. Provo, Springville. Ncphi, Eureka, Helper, Price, Vernal and lo-e- al - - No. 1. oil! The meeting was called for 7 (clock p.m. at the Social Center in Spanish Fork. The meeting was attended 100' . delegates from nine eluhs of about "0 members were guests of the host at Spanish Fork. A fine banquet was aerverl, mid all niemliers joined in some mighty fine Kiwauis singing, and even though there was some club honors, petition for these Kiw.-mi-s all cluiv. Iiuve pledged tln'ir sup-pat the Sun Valley Convention ir. September for Herman (Hupi Mi'Kwan. for nuwriHir of the o District Kiwauis Inter- national, and Ie Roy Olsen, IJ. Governor of Division No. 1 Reporter The Itiiden pminiHe to be highly entertaining with many of our hoy participating. The IMg Parade will lie held Saturday nioitimg. and a Itod.o parade will la held Sat unlav vening at p.m A detaill pro-- 1 "" T"1.- - W wis k Reporter.) 1 Clauses will assembie around the varioiis tables, song hunk.' will Iron hand, opening ami el sing exercise. rciHirt by the secret. iiy and remarks by the Kijpcrmtcn-d- i nt. For the church service an m.pro-- . vised pulpit. on the soapbox vare-lwill he usi-d- . the regular hymn singing, reading of scripture, collection, siueial music. si riMoii, in fact jti t a change ot place of lueetiag ri tu "Good (i!il Summer Time." Immediately foliowing ;'i-at 12 01 lock noon, a 11. e for ;ill, pitch 111 basket ihr.in r w.il Ikil anil no one wants to miss Delegation At Kiwanis Meet being made by Week' r omitted from the regular service.. Eureka I the Hettler la wcHlcrn Juab County aeconling t Alexander I .light who made a trip into that Hcrtion late lat week. After making the trip, Mr. I.light wild, The icoplc who are settling in the region of western Juab Comity have called their new eommumly Partoun and have never seen such phenomei.nl development and growth in Htieli a short lime. Tlie region certainly is no paradise but eoiitain many and the miliiiiitcd poMsiliilities in which tlii fine group iiiaiim-f men and women are attacking tin iiaturiil hs'.icles, such a dust, Heal, insects, i,.bl.it and tack ,,f water, convinces me that it will a thriving not la- - too long commuiiiiy will exist when- a few month ago only the lonely desert Methodist Church To Hold Services Out-of-Door- All eomniittee have reported a being prepared and everything point to a grand time for all. lx hi Frank chairman of the Dance Committee, state that dance will he held on tioth night, Friday and Saturday in the Tintie high gymnasium and the crowning of the Queen will take place on Friday night, definite time will lie announced in next Progress Reported r Real prog re "God's Great Thirty-on- e viitom to the celebration. A -' In Number All is in readiness for Tintics big Silver Jubilee celebration to be held August 12 and 13. Tintics royal tUeens and their attendants are waiting to welcome j -' oH-ratu- rer uopy juc Royalty The "to keep the management expect telephone mine running to full capacity, in They are that the i possible for them line be left free as luueli as pos-h- i to far as it hie s' order to avoid delay in to do so. Thia will be good newt uiiswering important rails m eonChief as the Eurekana, to many neetion with the fire. It is for the Con has been the main source of to an-- , swer all the lights on the board employment for Tintie residents when flash on at the same for many years, and it is hoped time. they PLEASE RESPECT THIS to continue will operate KLQl EXI It might be the savthe mine for many more year in the future. ing of soiueoiies home. n. liMt TINTIC CELEBRATION AUGUST 12 - 13 -' Tintir mddcnla were nappy to the Chief Consolidated mine jar whistle sound again on Monday mine mominjr. Auguat 1, when the after iraumed normal operation shut-dow- YOU USE YOUR PLANS NEARING COMPLETION FOR BIG When Siren Blows - two-wee- hits noun wiils Kuivka. Utah, Friday, August Plants To ADVIIRT1SING YOUR n ' . r d i I d - j of thin week. I seph Buys.