rnE ri:i'0'it1--r i c1' s" re u': JTwm. MKm to W" Tum- - pombnl Jay evening Fifty two Volume shipment of high- Jwfrom the Eureka Stand-f- " the eastern end of the "iSFwhWi brought approxi-9,u- r .iionno. largely in gold. hearty history in the Tintic K 3he Reporter in JO IJeari Franke, Mr. and Mrs. Jcnv sett. Mi. and Mrs and Mr C. iwney Cromar. and Centennial sensational In hia-- Jt varioua timea during the email mine of the Mammoth ore had been JL, of very rich well aa some depoBita of class of ore that were means email. One bunch of IL o! that waa followed for Jj-- da of feet contained quite fl stringer that waa almost gold. Thia to one-ha- lf Oft. T, Deep Hole YOU USE YOUR OW N NEWSPAPER to bring the animals to the top with the least discomfort. Deputy Sheriff Cart Fields said the horses appeared to have jumped or could have fallen into the hole hut none of them apparently were Injured. The horses were probably as much surprised to find themselves unhurt in such a place as were their owner and investigating officer. of the Mammoth and re-ark of it waa shipped to the Walea. At that time 0f ten were no facilities for the matnwnt of ore in thia country. of Nufget of gold and nuggets Jm were everywhere in that aen-or- e the body, which of al descendants i I LGraduates . . . Graduates From Robert H. Sandstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sandstrom, graduated from the School of Retailing and Merchandise Management of Des Moinea, Iowa on June 4. He graduated from Tintie High School, and attended Brigham Young University of Provo, , and Drake University of Fine Aria, prior to hia graduation from the Iowa University. He ia now employed aa an Interior Decorator at Younkers of Iowa in the Store for Homes. He ia also a nember of the Young Executive Board of the Store. Bob thinka the nicest graduation preaent he could possibly receive waa the birth of a baby In Little Theatre A prospectus Copy- Number - Twenty-nin- e has been outlined for the present and future nceda1 of the Eureka Methodist Church,' and a "Clean-Up- " program la underway. Thia ia a GREAT CHRISTIAN VENTURE, and we should like to have aa many aa possible participate with time, talent and treasure. Work begins on the interior of the chapel July 21. j through the week. Wear your old clothes and bring a paint brush, day or night. YOU!! We need everyone. Next Sunday, due to the clean-- 1 ing program. Sunday School and Worship Service will be held in the Little Theatre. Sunday School Harry Randle, Supt. jat 10 a.m., ' Worship Service at 11 a.m.. Rev.1 24. A miniature parade will be alaged at noon with prises for the beat float, Ihe moat original ami the moat comical one. A very fine program will be held Immediately the following paraiie, and races for boys and girls up to 16 years of age will be held In the afternoon, or soon ofter the close of the program. There will be races of all kinds, ao come along kida and get tn on the fun. The committee announces that floats from Eureka will be Business Houses Will Close Retailing School Methodists Meet Sunday per Mammoth Volunteer Fire Dept., in conjunction with the LDS church are making elaborate preparations for a Pioneer Day celebration, Thursday, July Former Eurekan continuing until 5 o'clock. No. I mine, Wednesday, presented a problem to the owner, Roy Okelherry of Goshen who was pondering just how rtieit days e,inn 10c Mammoth Fire Dept., LDS Church Join In Staging Pioneer Day Celebration or-idc- r, mare and two colts at the bottom of a deep iilory Hole near the Colorado during the viry mined A of the Benoni and Edith Cole Patton family are invited to assemble at f,lfth -d Hfth West, Provo Saturday,th 19. for the annua) reunion. July Registration, picnic lunches, pro-- ; irani and sports will follow in beginning at 19 am., and A Palomino Kne Jm ; Found Unhurt old-tim- pouring out Provo July 19 Mrs Three Horses time. During the a dV Tintie waa primarily bo-- r. S? ,7mp with the e iuch aa the Mammoth, central hii.1 To Hold Reunion ii,K-- , ; waa 2SJ5it Patten Family ADVI-RTISIN- HITS HOME WHEN The Kureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, July IS, "high-gradin- YOUK ! lnIi For July 24th All buslnem housea will be clomd on Thursday, July 24. Stores will remain open due to the Pioneer holiday. Fractures Wrist Mrs. Herbert Curwln suffered a broken wriat on her right arm on Monday of this week, when ahe fniri.nnn for the fortune of the tripped and fell while returning Bill. and Sam Club brothers, McIntyre from a neighbor's home. Her ' the dance The street given by many friends are wishing her a Tintie Chapter of the Rod Croaa. daughter, born June 3. at Iowa speedy recovery. and affair aucccasful most a Methodist hospital. Mrs. ns ia the former Donna Mae To n, the meansof of attracting a Mr. and .Mrs. Duane Milne ami people. Christensen of Orem, Utah. An- sons, of Mammoth, who have been isrge number The Eureka Kiwania club met Music was furnished by the high other thing that made hia grad- living in Tucson, Arizona for the at the park on Wednesday fchool band, under the direction of uation extra Mrinl was that Ida past few months, are back in evening, city with the ladies bringing starteL. on Mom" was hand to '"Mini Mammoth for two week a. Jameson. Danring Joseph They the usual delicious pot luck dingraduate amt to get acquainted wi l!( a hu f fiahin(J M Hllh ner. Biahop George Forsey ofd at eight o'clock and continued Sandstrom Robert H. with the m'w httle daughter at antil ten in the evening, durig hefore returning tn Arizona. fered grace, preceding the meal, ColiZr lipa'rt. on, the Sands rom home rtich time scores of people, both Eureka Mr. Milne is nnpnlvrd by the Ten- and the regular order of business nto on do Giifn a. i mam iaai would another that It p.j j tld ad young, enjoyed themselves apiH'ur followed. 5 K' without the entertainment costing graduate of Tintic high school lt,n,,,Ml Development Oimpanj. I'resident Lea Randle wishes to to the State Convention in Spanisli well on his way to big things, and them a cent. all those who helped In any thunk Randle Mr. laxdle and Mrs. ami and David Mr. Ida friends will be WHlching hia' Jasper and Fork on August 7. 8 and 9 were 1 to make the circus on Monway Ada The purpose of the dance was to Ran. Mrs. C daughter. Marjorie, with interest. elected: Delegatea, L. K. Spur- - dn'ighli i. aili iii', arc spending a progress a sucrcsa. Tlie circus and Mrs. Clark night Maud day Attract people to the scene so that Miss die, viieatinn in San Kian- rier, Chief; Cloyed Jameson, Asst.;1"" IssIm'I! Mulligan and Billy Hayes waa sponsored by the Kiwania dances could be sold on the load timid and Chief; Dee Clement, Burtis JameEmpire Mines, 4 eiti loiuls; Eurif wood to be raffled during the drove In Green River, Wyoming club. The people of the District son. John Jameson, John Albert 2 cars; K. L. Clarity, eka Lily, was last Saturday and visited at the responded generously toward the Success Success nning. Rosa. Alternates. J. J. t'harry. Mrs. (hloe Galbraith uf Sait 3 cars; Bar X and KUerbeck. home of Mr. and Mrs A Iasi John- support of the rlvlc project, and Red Croaa officers by the Harry Yaamashita. and A. I. Ijik,- is viMtmg at the liuiue of Jcm-liol carload each Bullion d son. Miss Clark, Mrs. Mulligan anil the club appreciates this very In along this line. (25.76 being M;-- . Iicck Pilon. much. Aa has been stated before, ,hi r sister and i carload. on the sale of tickets. The Billy Hayes left from Green River the 'ind Mrs. Hislm-- Bunnells. proceeds will go toward buyOhio. in Cleveland. home load of wood which had for their previously floor covering for the Memoing A. Mi. anil Allierl Mix. Gardner. been at have the bras cut into stove lengths and Of guests They Elks New rial Building. Mr. Holmes und Mrs. ni Elmer were Aidilund. of guests) Oregon home of Mrs. Ada Hiindle for the etdy for use. was won by John Pleasant visiting around the Boise. Idaho arrived in town on during the week at the home of mst six weeks. The Ieslie Randles Bunnell who ordered that the concluded the meetMrs. Pearl King Smith, 50, for- -' and Mrs. Ada Randle renamed tn huge bonfire Satuiikiy to spend a few days with Mi. Giir-h- r's aunt and mu le, Mr. wood be equally divided between ing. - mer resident of Eureka, died last Eureka on Mr Holmes' Mis. Mrs. Ed mother. CardJ. and B. Mr. Campbell. Monday. bra worthy families. The act was Next meeting will be held on .Holmes, and lux sister. Mis. Maty mr is the son of the late Matt Thursday, July 10, in a Provo most generous and was greatly evening, July 25, at the Friday Newman. Mrs. Mary Newman is taking a hospital of a heart ailment. will consist of The Appreciated. The money derived lAt park. She was bom May 22, 1902, in two weeks vacation, anf Mrs. Car a dutch program from this raffle was used to lunch, horsealioea for the of William T. los Gloria" Rife in taking over men a Provo, daughter and music for the ladies. expenses in connection with 'and Jessie Laird King. She moved Mrs. Holmes' duties at the ComNEW YORK. July 14 Special the wood gathering program. aa a to her with Eureka parenta mercial Service. Mrs. Holmes ami Sam Stem. Fargo. N. D.. bank- -' Mrs. Alvira Jenkins Paine. 34. child and spent moat of her life daughter. Marilyn, left Tuesday er. merchant and civic leader, was ' wife of M. D. Paine, chief construe' here.' She received her education for Salt lake and other vacation Grand Exalted Ruler of, In the Eureka schools. n,a.i elected XMltS. he Benevolent and Protective Or- IT J She waa married to Russell P. Mining Eur!lk? Standard. of EJkH Rt jt 88lh Gram, dcr In Companies, died very suddenly at Mackay June 7, 1922, In Provo. Max (luitwin and Convention here today. Mrn. ami Mr. fer home In Dividend. Death was Lodge 1930, until Eureka :They lived in Stern, who was unopposed, was toe to intestinal when they moved to Salt Lake children of Santa Monica. Calif, trouble from Thomnx Saundera Haynes, 69, arc visiting at the home of Mrs. Convenas elected unanimously Wrh ahe had suffered a few (Sty. only Chatwln'x parents, Mr. and Mrs. fruit grower and. poultry farmer under business tion sessions got The announcement of her strike of the underground miners in the Eureka Nul Hickman. They will also spend of Payson, formerly of Eureka, wav in the Waldorf Astoria fol- oaring was a severe shock to her some lime In Santaquin with Mr. died Saturday, July 12, ln a Pay-ao- n colorful marthe openShe seamstresa. is public more as the than worked lowing a $5000 per day, area district COStillg uny friends in the district. Chatwfn'a hospital after a stroke sufHe ceremonies parents, Mr. and Mrs. 1942. 11. ried Alex Smith Sept. Sunday night. . ing fered several weeks ago. James C. Leetham. 72. and a ia the first North Dakotan to bend ICC01 (ling tO tile Ltdn Alining ASSIl. resia former Thomas Cliatwin, ln jrovo Ti,ey livel in Eureka for Mr. Haynea waa born Nov. 21, wtenn mining operator of the of Mammoth. Mrs. Chatwin the Order of Elks in its 84 (cop- The Walkout of members of the United Steel- - a year and moved to Provo nine dent Tatic District, and retired 1882, In Kriaro, Beaver County, a a Beth Miss Hickman. the is former of was member a She years ago. non of William and Racliel Ra unman of Provo, passed away "the Church of Jeans Christ of der Haynes. He moved to Kureka a that city. Death waa due to I y latter-daman of the Saints. Mr. hikI Mrs. Ray Thomas Sal Co., and Dragon Two Ulv North hia parents tn 1890, and with Mining Girls incident to age. for Infantile Surviving are her huabnnd. Clark I and son of Avenal, Calif. Consolidateil Mines Co. is over Eureka and Salt Lake Hiss Vera Dodge of Las Vegas. Alex Smith, two daughters, Mrs. were In town thia week and visited schools. I I anil Mr. Nevada, was D. J. Mrs. Sullivan home of .Robert Ruby Gurily at the spending her vacation He married Amy Townsend Ort. lth her parenta. Mr. and Mrs. Oiildren Commission for 11 years, 'Gordon ( Joyce i Christensen: five and other friends. manai:. r f 3, 1903, in Salt Lake City. They Mrs. Lyman Dodge of Silver grandchildren; her mother, moved to Iayann in 1906, where City. Jessie King Johnson, all of Provo: Mr. ami Mrs. Ivan Christensen lie has resided since. Mr. and Mrs. 21.. In of thi the John Rowe were aociat ion's sink, ProWil four Children and reone sisters, brother son. and and daughters, Reed, Crippled t Salt Lake Survivors incluile a daughter, City attending the Ham King, Orem; Mrs. Joseph turned Tuesday night following a Mrs. Echo Camp ral of Mrs. M. D. Paine who gram, which established handi-Durrani; four grand, in wages Dre.; for Seaside, Nelly, WP1j,.fl varation tnp sant in Yel- children; a great Miss Xflda Childs, daughter 0f'lM,rrt,e ,. d,.v an P"ed away very suddenly at Di- Graasick. an Institution 4.. grandchild, all aN.ut (1. averaging Pnrk' Thfy Pfp',rl a arid a sister, Mrs. Mary k,w,,ton' capped children, near Bismark. of Mrs. Elden ami vidend. Mr. MV'Viovd ChHda, and Iayson, lAlieei Brooks, and Installed at the clos- employ: vacation, despite the cold H. Driscoll, Eureka. Mn. John Franke waa hostess Stem will be "As alsuit 70 jur cent of th Miss Uarokr Peterson, daughter ' J Mrs. L. C. iThelmar weather exp'rtenced In the Park. session Thursday. Mr F'uneral services were conductMrs. and Nilea of the Elite dub members at her ing convention Petemm, Howard R. payrolls arc spent in the resuli'nt entered rovo. 17. succeeding Enroute to Eureka they stopped In ed Wednesday at 2 p.m. In Pay-so- n con- - 5lijey me. the some Bathing means Beauty this Bridge was played and Mrs. July of conductwere communities, Funeral aervl.es Davis Williamsport. Pa. Fourth ward chapel. Church RKa SprlnRfl, I(ho and visited test held in Nephi during the Ute wynard Origga won the high (2,635.50 a day loss in terms of Mrs. IshiIs and Mr. Jeaua with of Christ of Latter-da- y nuiiunities. Prixe. The cut prixe waa won I Garit) business in these Robert A. C. Bartholomew, anil Mr. Mr. Salnta, by V Mrs. D. G. Henriod. Refresh-it- i Romney said. were in Provo on Monday after- Mr.Service bishop. uereaii Auxiliary, and were accompanied fol were served. .!ri,n(i including industries. Burial waa In rayaon Cemetery, and nx.n attending funeral services for railroads, suppliers snd power to Nephi. by Mrs. Florence Owning nraver bv Harold; Mr. ami Mm. Reed Orville Coleman and two daugh-- r Mrs. a former direction of Valley Morof under the Smith, viral Salt 5ohnsm of King Lake, Auxiliary. president Ruby Margo, daughter. lnd on were viaiting in Eu-- 7 companies, are also affected by girls rode tn the al-- ! - tuary. CleveEureka. of of Stokes resident Mrs. and with relatives and friends In each dov of idleness, it is reported. iirdav morning, andthe , Auxiliary! ," '"niel land. Utah, were In town last Sun- Sun moth and Eureka. Mr. Cole-- 5 "The per dav loss in freight is vcislies to thank Gayle Carlaon ... Mr. ami Mm. Frank Hickman of L day visiting with Mr. and Mrs.Mrs. at in snd a former resident of the isiting in supplies. (1.470. San Isandro, Calif, visited at the use of hia car, which waa the for fcmnm were week M. and Bar errl- power. (616. rtnet, where at one time he waa Ned Hickman home on Wednesday us.-in the parade. There were Kinir an,i Mrs. prislm tun 32 gills entered in the Bathing l1"':1.Mlpr garage business with W. L. and daughters. Manl.vn (mi in this week. Mr. Hirkman Is a of ,.jp sneaker David fur immediate use is about 20 Kraut v contest, and were chosen resident. former pjwer. For a number of years and Mr. Hml Mrs Ted ('(dovlcll i ,vo !. have lived in Twin Falls. 'Mra' I I tuns f lead and 14 tons or zinc from Nephi ami the surrounding af- eVMiing ivturmsl sons Sunday he added, Mr. ami Mm. Arvtil Mr. and Mm. Wilson Ire and Mr. count H'S. day." ti in Han-jvacation n E. week'a r spent D. Drver; closing prayer. in dinrt pur- Mj. Blanche Bumes, daughter and daughters. lamia and vickic.H and Mrs. Mux Chatwin and sons, . Yellowstone Park Anita Sessions, waa taken returned Sunday after spending Ml-- S who are visiting here from Santa and Miss Jndv power and in the nlaiel Burial Burial was in Provo City Tuesthus amounts I. Gon left for horn1 last Park. The grave was dedlraied by J Salt iAke City Hospital for short vacation in Yellowstone service industruv Ht the home of Monica, drove to Kish Iik xlslton a few days of fishing. for n was learned Park. were aNuit (57ISI ' h lay. This means Fkl stri r spending a week day Thomas Mrs. Mr. snd irjfi treatment. Itwould Clifton King. . loss of payrolls m wide-- ; W1,h cnarlene and Nam v Hlumenthnl of have to 'ung lady Mr and Mrs. wrgo an operation of n very I or Gene Colvin snd him! Mm. that ail lit Mr. of Mr. and Mis HowMrs. and Mr. San Fram "h to. nature. e been k,- -, Reil Mellor of Es.alon. and Mrs. AnIHl lilaek daughter. Charleen, utof Eugene. .i..,,, the home t the Mrs. Charles Ward and is visiting " Oregon, aro visiting , thildiin. fmil. 1'ilhing ir is ds." j""''' Mi onl ami son of Tooele. , and Colvin's were Suit Lake visitors Mrs. H. ( S. l'ai" k andMms sister Mstei Mrs. of hinMi'-and Mrs Me i ih Fainter ami Mr and ami Billy (, v and Mai. H..io.l Jess Mrs iiml Hw;nd Mr. . was Wendell in McNeil Mr. end. w liaxe n Sur,lav ,f ,lls Wall.v" I'liuH.r.-Mr a Citizens f n ie Mil' Baker weie in N phi last Friday. Miiiiduy Mrs. Colvin is th- - for, .r F.m almi. n ii'l Kll pi,, unis. Mr and Mrs. j Mr Military Training Stain ultrn'hnj? funi.il i !,,vn n SatuMiiy visit ink ft1 the Neilsi-nattending d.iogtit. r will-Charlotte mer B""l n.i ami Mrs Mrs. Biihv King friends Wallv ' tah fun 5..!ono1 8t Port Dougins with evening i. u' ,17,.i Th(llnlls. f Mr. N. NVilsen. and l''l"i ho t I'!.Mrs. and Mr. 8 in attendance. tween I. of N and time Mr. his l . Hiri!, ii y .i from Korea. Kkk(.r Dougins now leaking he jonniacn. former Eurckn lioy Arnold Ftkker. Mr. and Mis. foi mer residents, xciMi statinm-i.ivhei" in PayM.ii. Vto Tiisl Mrs iMii.niie their 'K.7th r,,sl,,es ut Ncphl. was Ekker end At Coil'S. Areth .'.I U.e T..I- Mr. iiml Airs. ,'ng the en relied. f ii lough he will reHlll, Mr. Hn,i Mrs Gh-of a "f l':;vu:i .hnn. Mr. anil Mm. Charles M.mvuis Arinii r hi'ighti Vir1'1' n,r,iioff of the Arthur o All roue New ,Hh, s ' r in, ii'r'.iiMr wH.' "" "f r""M Mi l.vrn rid jil'lr pnsl f the American Tnment. fr a ' " ,,w" '"I .'.Ji alter lust C..!if Was held to elect del F'li'lay " ( i:il:!:i.'l of ,,..1,.,.. wd.i. h was one ., Mrs. gales with vn.ntion Sn'i'l'iv u.i- h'.i'is a St Ule Ihe t,t , j,iKh1iKht V hLi an,,,l state convention to, MiC"rnlrk of !( Ml. J j 'Miiuviiis' mother. Mr. Nom Men last WP'V for ii lit., we!., gue.'-Following v;i-'mm m. Cormii I:. Mrs. Mniivms is the I,,,,,.,. nnmcHl: F'rank fi'! "as a guest at the kern i fi McCi'i i?"i I. Mms Y:oiii ' Mr. anil Mm. leu Green, M,s out ' Henriml. John Mur- Mrs Char!-h rn- Firemen Select ; Delegates State Convention Sand-atro- Kiwanis Thanks Public; Conducts Outing m ' ! '7 li I - . Ore Shipments For ' Week Of July j 1 Former Eurekan at-xn- 1 - . rea-lut- Provo Dies . Heart Trouble Elect , National Head I New York Meet de-fra- ! y - Former Resident Dies Payson rrmai SSm" S J huxi-ap- i Eurkea re: r'.r j ed ' Participate Nephi Contest z.'ztTZ sslm r?rt I ' M' "J!on'd . J Cor-hrldg- e. I "Jker. ""sCl. ! - stdii ! ' H-l- ga - - v,,!l d ( I ; i I ecs-k- ' . Ili-ee- j.- K ani?r;.i.rsri JT-1"- -, !! j is .Im-Me- I is-o- . Mi-v- 1 brothel-In-lHW- . y , j , pi-d- . . ;ii. fi-- e - - 'e - I.- - M'-i.-'- i , h-- m- H-h- er i i 1 M-- v- 11 , 1 1 1 I j ?' rnse. j "Veler Alirn,.,' tt. p p il E -- 'Ir- - V . j "hltehend. D. A (' Uln Barlow Brav. of the Elite clni. n(1 ,'n np w-- f.. Cmmsp d Mr- - making the Gecuge O' A. Allrnl. Mr. I?4 Mra. j,n"f.,l1pr Pranke, Mr. and ml Mr" E. Gnee.1 u11' Mr' and Mrs. John nk Mr- -, i m w.is Hie g :. ("-a- r Mi '!.. 1 .E . . CIlOrPF.RS SET mlnna acting fur bonus both plutew discard be lag n.y Pw. J-- MS SS ' I 'put wb. r,. I"" :"' I 1 l M!S : e. en - JoM-p- 1 Mr- -. Curli- - luro-- home a la'i-- Bi'iTiini and kh. I'BVid. Iel:e S. Itoiigl.m Jn-e- pli f- t- Mr.. 'l,, t WHS Mr. and Uix Mlrthlin nod's.' on S"n I'.V ,ahv daughter v.sit.'l over the Mrs. I, vaea. , wi ck e,,d with Mr. Wirthlm s ion- - U"'f B'lth-- r Mr- -. Mr. and I i atir Mra. "1 Mr"' iuV1, Si ' i I 'rtn,'r" enjox-e- a verv ""l,nK at Glengary. The M'nl ,n hath- aft,? " d,,,ioux luiieli- - f'Xsani . Green and Mi- and son. David ,. p(i.v.. .n Tuesday, whei" Crnlii.il' I hUMinK (ill1 II and Il,.r. " r Mr ami ',pv lme Tmme and eviim.g i.v, ,.i, k - I xi r. anil Mr- - I mi v (wo-w.-.- An-,.- '" ii- i I.., i., ,,n'l Ray Sopii son !,r laager. .Ii'rrv Basirant. Pcri-Berrv.' M thpj''n,,M1 Nrty I . evi-iuiif- . f.-- t and Mr- -. Win. Wirt Min. Visit, an espeeii'llv enjoyable it h- . I -s cn nP"h. him had I "J"';,1; . Mm. Ilorenee Gllllp(i' irt timed Inal Saturday after sn'inling the pnat two weika in Suit Isike where she visiteil with Mr. and Mrs Dick Gillisple ll'st Sullivan ) ami Mr. and Mra. FYanrls Carlson.