rnc reporter t'lp feneto your calling in U poJcnt before"'t - to. Jay evening Volume Fifty two "Hi Purchases Asphalt Tile funds with from Circus "XT Eureka Kiwanis club met ., iCty Park on Tuesday ivon-!with covered dish dinner pre-- 4 bv tin- - ladies. Grate was Harry Randle. Sperry. Mr and Mrs. George Mix. Leslie Randle, and HITS HOME WHEN YOU USE YOUR OWN NEWSPAPER (Utah) Reporter, Friday, August Schools Kiwanis YOI'K ADVERTISING aon-in-- Kiwanis Club Gets $130.25 From Gum Eurekans Attend Catholic Rites Machines; Funds Put To In LDS Church News Good- - Use - sl (A.. 'djefti. lliiM iiii ni'iiing tn information Thursday innri.ing hv 1 h S.-- r s i I r J , i I I . Local Work On Vertical Shaft at Vernal eleine. I where Bishop Dwyer, aster-in-la- I C7 L,J. JlLut Or -- Uown . . . Jnwn llt y fes-IWtl- 1 if J 1 sub-stati- juh-stati- n i $234.1-i7.37- nuitor-veldcl- ils-s- t ' "nd Knotts.City 1 sister-in-la- la-ar- Sgtj-at-Arm- snb-statio- n imwer until ar-- uid All had visa ns "f wlii with their aunt, went out. TI:- I - weni a m S ; spoiled f'J" I they In . . I Encampment Planned for Club Members of Juab This . yc-n-s- 4-- H Valley home. Mr. Hunts- - . M, 1,1lake then 4 on August 7, S 1. ...I a uf it ii. n IIii-m- i;eosis at the home of Mrs. man ( unlit y Agent. aw, ip Eli.abrt!: Ki alike are Mr. and Airs, Tin- I Iii .( (mv t'l'igram Is und.'r und mom of Canty, Earl Ku,.-,'i luh coiiu-- I il, i d:r.-c- inn of tin- Iowa, t II i lull leaden Who l! ii!!'l ntd.-li'-I'U ilii.pll.dlt the lil-i'l- l ll'':n.rs V ill lie b'l Veil Oil of tin Byrne. iu jln 1 III el. I laiidli i ;! t . N.i- c.iui'.'. George Connelly of Goldfield. i tnti- ! 'inis. Tlie-.i- i en- wan a guest last week II (Ul bv Nevada, s will p'it pr..;' ul the home of Ids. sister und : I II i bill 'A ii h i' o il lull I ; li hroiher-in-luAir. and Mrs Mayp ll! nard Cronin. ra-- f e nr- - I I ', r t slu!y, it T A Ri'cii-Htioca- p..l lid'll inill f.i'!;t x : i 'I, , eni Mr Ri ll in-adl d Id loMil to.lot I o ii,d 'i'- the lit the '.ppi r can e Iei i.r'l Ji'i'l II u.'l I'nr-'- t fill' p'd i (( lid I lie I"! . a i r.'i for the 1 It i. ul - ,, - ad-l.'- 1 vii l 1 h.-i- , We m .i t tor (his : 11 ll.ir"T it!i e ; , i - IH"P Will tiovs and li Kef INTERNATIOXAI. 13 Paris, with the Inslsnlas of the various nations dccorslln Applaud- GUiae srhool proudly hold Ihrlr first i ominem riiirnl rsrri In , NT . W. E. stid I' 1 ( I . finest n. - T:.n-g.i-i-- ones n. fire fur- riffiImiii hlW (T! f o c'.'f iu-ad. is pur. fits and li.ip. . l I1-- i 11 M',L llal nr.Ii'Ti Sh'l'li-V- I) l.i'li lend. nsxiHinnt Kom-o- f.-- i ceeiiliii-.:i- er 1 - Airs. t t'l - ? day in Sunnyside. visiting M's George her sister-in-laBlack nnd Mr. and Mu Us'er Greenlmlgh. f.i 111111: 1 hi i : it III: f i ll.e I.'im;. iiie.vd ll'al idl- - 11 Is l).tamp (mr uppiveiiii' u ii niro Franks. $ ti i:de I to tin io v.lvi r.':p'ind'il Air. anil Airs. Issi Green of S.l-vl.v otriiii::r t,,( Myproof tvpe W t t on ! I 'icted iu- City an visiting In Salt Luke Uis'llll-I n! (hi-- "li;p City where thev me guests at the tills' l,,,i'::e, home or Mr. Green's brother Hnd at tii- .family. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert perx.ii'i ) Mhu will n' I1 Mt'ii-- m Mr. ami Airs. Robert Pranks and daughter of Tucson. Ariz., ure guests al llie I. one of Mr. Frank s pufi'iitu. Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry pii.- Vli daughter, Janet, who has Jlie W'lV Would the past two weeks at her a made nt. home returned to have oty with Airs. Shephard. display l"'h bhe little min fell !,t nnVll! J on of Air. and Mrs. tin sternr j lonturned home last $stii er "Pending the past tihHr0ay Alliert Rush and A M lonlhs Big Horn. Alont. Ross made a b'ixim'ss tup " itK fityFTy.1 and ,nM,e Mr' and fonl last week. nt Air. anil Airs. Dan Crunin and d.iiigliiiT. Ann. of Reno, uere 11. town this past week visiting witli members of Mr Cronin's family .at tin1 home of They weie j uei-i- s Mr. and Mis. John Cronin. - Her M ' cimii. S rvi K'lirM i - It. I' ill II. idling ' c r Meninriiil building. A good attendance of all interested members is urged. pln-)-M- i hv." At of the Republican party :ue (idling a meeting for Friday. August H, at H pm. ;n the (llTi.-i-r- I :nl i Friday Evening . u :1:is a Meeting for sl'l .l fi'" weik'1', Camp Republicans Call til I c at en-cai..m- -ut and Uth iicuonlinur7 to Ray I'll. I aid's no the Op. fi'Ii'f dll limp Tin n' of f i ts Will Hu i 'iii p progiom. I lull I'l.'lllli.'l ( III ( ll'l.'l Is1 Mali. ill will ii.i'i'Hiiw iliiipeofimd Is.Vee (Inwi'is ol la.iM;'b !,i h.i odi.-- aft; Violet l'ii;-liinI' it I : l.,.'ae lull1'; mid Couri.e'. .Fair. nil. l:u. ;:il mil p ITri Gi'iop in.1 tilictlon will ili- i ! - Hnotts and Airs. Alan of Orem, made a trip to Jk ? c 'ty on Alonday of this tiiei nnd tey combined bus- pleasure. s. i Light eiiiphwe'!5 hnn.s replaen furious for L'minas, daughter of Air. fusi's 111 trails! JJrU. C. Thomas, is spend-- u d i n n Salt Lake City be eompliiuent' Airs. Art job ncceii.plished GotbergT Kfandmother, At anv rate So'iird.iv f frnf-lar lieiiiit iful or th- I ..n .11 all depend.' ' "a'k Shephard of Salt Lake Viewed c it. wax ..!i- - t" 1" th her end with !pent wek Air. nnd Airs. Ned Hlck-- " I.rt.l.1,nd..ne v;. ; HudiLt,lLn 1,000,-mot- h, i r Salt Lake e n sb-riu- . Iturruston and Miss RpflCnP; j 1 Mbs Colleen ID two-w-ee- at plea- - . II Oil i Sub-Statio- n, business and S TI , low-grad- Ore Shipments for Week of August broke the bushing Roscoe Harper station. The end in Provo cany- on the oil switch and causi an on. attending a reunion of the arc which lasted for alxnit lS nun-- 1 Kick family. The thre-daei k utes. according to I'e Clement. were thoroughly enjoyed who has charge of the members of the family. The For about twenty minutes the oldest member was an town was in total dartncss except attending 8 yttr-ol-d woman. for the spectacular lightning nnd on the the very large arc made ion. the Suh-StMis. Maynard Cronin and her mountain bark of descrilHd by those rave is which dwjhter, Alary, drove to Salt storm, as uke City on Tuesday to meet a souls who wutched theTin silua- heaiitifur'. perfectly of Mrs. Cronin, Terry eon- as a while, tion was tense for Wkheltree of Napa, Calif. Terry siderablc damage eisild have re- MU spend an extended vacation M the Cronin suited. As it wasi fuses were home. blown on about 14 transformers.good luck. and one transformer hnd to he rearound IV Mr. and Mrs. fence wire The Joseph Harrington placed. 4 am, Dennis i r. and Aim. Glen Knotts and was blistered from the i of Menlo Park, uUt. are spending their vacation intense heat caused hv the ate. ami Carl. Mrs. Olive Carlson and t the home of Mrs. Dennis Har-TOftCarlson wore in Manti on c.Javlc nianv win's within tli' ' of Provo, is also vacation-- 1 were damaged. The new fire ex- - Sunday visiting with relatives. b t her mother's home. tinguislier recently purchas'd Fire Depart m nt crime in wry the Mr. and Mrs. It. C. (iebliardt for this pniticulir f- - ' ' ud daughter, Shari, and Mr. and handyand was very cffntiv" m fire, Leonard Brown and sons, the flames iwVt end Bill were in Mt. Pleas- - ing aniar.- d at Wei Townspef-pli- ' 00 Wednesday of this week. ir:. fact that after smh a ."nd mug and light thunder Mm. Fay Wall, Miss Regina the damage to the sub sta end Mrs. Margaret Lucas were without powi-- ."i 5 Wednesday in Irovo where athev silnrt time. Sun I'.eucs lie c UTC. ' d Mr. and Mrs. pent the week 7 combined CCIQ6nt . M ' , sister-in-la- l 9 struck district perionccd in the around 10 p.m. . Air. Mteh said the lower oira-,110ns will Ik resumed at such Installations Damaged By Electric Storm: City Without Power Short Time Darkened closets and space under beds, were pop- ular places for the timid folks last Saturday nitfht, when one of the most severe electric storms, ever ex . time ns the metal markets improv sufficiently to allow a profitable If you sNnt $1,(NN),000 a day, oNrntlon. Air. Fitch it would lake you almost 22 years the interval." "During Mrs. Wllmit Wei, 1st and Miss Maul, "we will double our produc- - to HHnd as much as accidents Freda Ohlson were 1'mvo visitors lion of siliceous ons cost the United States In one on Monday of this week. from the upper levels of the Chief; year. No. 1 mine and, by curtailing dev-- ! The National Safety Council Mr. and Mrs. Sterling Iturmston we expect to keep muvh accidents cost llie nutlon work, elopmenl were Salt Lake City Visitors over the oeriitions near u break-eveor A7.5Wkl.n00.lMH) last year thiKj week end. iminl during the Nriisl of unset- - nlmul A21.G.r, 0,000 a day! tied market conditions, I Inis con-- . Aceiirditig to "Accident Farts," Mr. anil Mrs. Clell .Miller iDorts serving as fur iis iswHihlc, the Hie Council's statistical yearbook. In Fox) and children of Bonanza, profits made during the f.rst six Hits includes: $2,900,000,000 Utah, an vlistlng with Air, and months of the year." ;wnges lost by disabled persons, 'lower WHgis due to permanent Airs. Thomas Corcoran and Air.: Mpii .'iiuir Profit and Mrs. Harold Fox. In the first half of the yenr, partial disability, and the present tin company remrled gross op- - value uf anticipated future earn- . Ycrn Pranks mid A. SI, Kims i.ruting profits of ings of those killed or perman- niiulv a business trip to Idaho which Mr. Fitch described as Uie'ently incapacitated; $1,400,000,000 e Falls this week. the eompany has exierlcnred properly damage in in $1,3IK),()00,(KH) fur i prop-laerldcnts; many years. 11 r jind Airs, (iernld Keimnly ' Tliis figure represents profits erty destroyed or production lost snd daughter, Nancy, of Alain- - before depreciation nnd depletion, in orriipntlonnl accidents; $ were in Bingham on Toes- Tlie listed net. smelter imhi.inhi for administrative and - claim settlement costs of Inaur-fo- r day attending a birthday dinner receipts at $ ,004 .9!9 02 and anre. Tills i1ims not Include claims Rex Reid. The dinner was crating costs at $s;i(l,S2.H2i. paid; $731,000,000 in property dcs- given at the home of Mr. and Airs. for Air. and Airs. Jay Thompson of iroyed by fire; AnriO.OOfl.lNIO l)on Reid. Cal. forma arrived last week for medical fees and hospital expense. Jennie t'nrlson of Southern Cali- - a visit with Mr. Thompson's pnr- was a week end guest at ents, Mr. and Airs, bmn Thump-- ! Mr. nml Airs. Earl Potts drove jfnrniit ... 7 Airs. son. Jay lias la i n stationed in KMnt the night at the home of I the home of her California for the past several to Ogden Sunday evening and Olive Carlson. months, and at the end of his fur- - Mr. and Airs. Thomas Atartln (Fay Mr. and Mrs. William Day are nnd lough will reMrt to a Imse in pnttsl. They drove to Kaysville Air. nml Airs. Glen Itoss R. L. Clarity, 5 cars; Bar X Mine the proud parents of a baby boy 1 car; KUrrlierk, 1 car; Empire children were Salt Luke (l.ty visi- Alaska, on Monday of this week, on Alonduy nnd attended funeral born last week at the Utah Valley Mine 2 cars. week. tors the they uriiunpmiied Jay's parents services for Roy Kllfoyle. Mr. during hospital in Provo. New little son Air. mid Aim. Dick Gillispie und und brother, Phil on a vaeation Kllfoyle. who was active in the will be named John William. HapAmer.enn legion, died suddenly of Mn. I 'red Jaekson of Hollywood lathy daughter and Roll Gull of trip wlr.oli will take them to py grandmother. Mrs. Bertha Day ami daugl.l Lake City were in town on it. Kish Iike and Kiclifield. a t attack. He was to have Airs. IVrn-arlittle the welcome on to was hand Jackson and her daughter of Sunday visiting with Mrs. Florattended the National American Provo grandson and remained in Convention and representMontclielln. C alif., were visitors enee (lilhspk .siiiiil.i) dinner giiests at the for :1 Viit with her sun's family. during the week at the home of, ed the Utah delegation as were Nilson of Elsie Mrs. laiiin - Mr. and Mrs. Alford Daniels. They' Mn. Darwin lamcn and daimli-als- o Mr. and Mrs. Glen Storrs of Bauer, Kodney KunnrlK visited w.th Airs. Hannah ter. Sherrie Isjii and Rosalie Dunn and Mrs I Kin Kimball (Frances jjr all Alins .Marguerite Sundstrom was ;n,turnlcl Sunday ifter a ThunalHy Stoii.si and son. Ronnie, of Vir- Sampson and Mr. and Airs. Bert of Spnnisli Fork ss-n- t in Salt Lake City. They Ferguson. Mis. Fred Jackson is in Eureka visiting with Mrs Ijir- - j.lnll., .Mimicsotn. who are visiting In Puvson over the week end where ( all. Ray;a foum-- icsidt-n-t and will be re-- sen's jia rents. Mr. mid Mrs Rob- she v.sitcd with friends. stayed at their son's home. Run-: nicmbriod by - Bunnells, while Air. and Mrs. many In the Dis- - oil L. Gnrity Hnd in Mamiiiotli ' nells and son. Don. went salmon (rjrt llH miss Slgne Johnson. Tlusw Mr. ami Mrs. Em Dunn. 4-- H her fird ti ip to Eureka in 27! fishing up Yellowstone way. From Three-Da- y .au reports they had unusual luck, Air. and Mrs. Bert Eerg- Sunday dinner guests atI the Mr. Bunnells caught a 32 pounder, ',lson wcri. !.,,! at breakfast for home of Air. snd Airs. Em lolts one weigh-- ; t)ir group on Tuesday of this week, wen Mr. and Mrs. John Adams of Week-En- d nieasuring 4 ft. 4 mg 20 jsiiinds and two more at Puyson and Quern th Nuwles of 18 and 20 lbs. How's that Mr. and Airs. Bert I'ergiisun Hnd Huntington Park. Calif, for a fish story? What's more it'i daughter. Maty Ellen drove to Salt a true story, ns we have his par- m complpU Tgi the three day city over the week end nnd Air. anil Airs. II. E. Huntsman 'ents verification of the exception- - visited with Mr. and Mrs. Walter and family left last week for Sun Dad Of 4ual. Cmmt.v to l held piin-bosei- Power 27-2- Dec. 23. Christ-imi- ii varaliiui; .Inn, !, Sehcsil resumes; April a. Good Friday vacation; May 20, 1ist day of reguBeeaiisc of a sharp drop in the lar instruction; May 22. Gnimncn-eemei- it metal market. Chief Consolidated Exercises. Several vaennctcH still exist on Mining Co. has suffered a 20 per cent deerease in gross income, (lie fandty and at a Inter (lute your Cecil Fitch, president, announced Reporter will publish a complete list of the teachers. Thursday. Itcriiiisc of this. Air. Filch told giving Holidays; Current Plans i . 20 Percent Says Mine Co. Report e - 9t 2H-2- !. been discontinued. 1 1 Income Decreases or- I . t he school off ice this morning. The calendar for the rest of the year is as follows. Teachers instiAugust UKA Institute at tute; Del. Salt I .uke City; Oct, 20, Deer season vnrHtion: N,v. Thanks- made the return trip to Eureka with the group and will vis.t at the Harrington home for a short stockholders. i,H'ral.ons below the vacation. water level of their mines has st 1 School, in the Tintic District, will commence Tuesday morning September L at U a.m. with registration o f all students, according to information released by Ihilip of St. 1 I n dained a priest at 24 years of age, served his first mass 20 years ago. Mis. .Harrington's daughter, Sr. Margaret Denyse of Boise. Hnd St. ."HI I -- Thirty-tw- o Filled On Teaching Staff native Utahn elevated to the Catholic hierarchy. Boyhood friends, priests and teucliers, among the largest array of Catholic Church dignitaries ever gathered in Salt Lake City, watched the solemn ecclesiastical rites in llie Cathedral of the Mad- I nl; ronseera-tiu- Roliert J. newly apHlntcd Bishop of Reno. Bishop lawyer is the first I firm-tin- Salt Lake City ' total of Hi has been collected from the gum machines located in local business establishments Tuesday attending the of the Mohi Rev. since they were first broil ?ht to the District on Slav Dwyer, And Activities . . . Number 10c per Copy- - Several Vacancies To Be Mrs. Dennis Harrington, Mr. nml Joseph Harrington and son. niut Miss Margaret Hnrr-cr- e w In Salt Ijike City on A m fin-jn- -- Open Tuesday September 2 pre Sam Allman, Sunday evening at On N'evel-slet.iry of the Rimka and daughter of Bishop and Eureka ward Kiwnnis Thise nuiehines iii ' Me;n I.Is church wen unwere special der the direction jin. George Forsey of the Primary owned by a naMoiiiil concern llmt with I.Ui.M. tin money thirty plioing the business meeting Association, tali-lin fur Weliiii r win I; iililiillK Bigh r edinlueting. Servic.-were for the as fi Ik child!. n ol the count iv H, usual horseshoe games Opening song, t.y the1 l'p and camp pgn wre enjoyed "si: Idiite i!:e Km.-hKiwanis i fall has pruy.-r((ni'iegii'.inn: upeti.iig niusie for the ladies. i.'iniels' song. "Ijive u'. Mini:.."; fiveived Sian I!:. t.,r t iking care i.r sy Asphalt tile squares have bom ni.ii'limev iii l,a spent nee lv Primal y picsi The Centcnni.il Development nun Ired pyrrhaaed with the money receive.! presentation uf l.v I eight dollars and fifty Co. has taken a contract with projects jury weeks few a iCrcus ago the ftom on worth while pro- Rdl. Evan Gilsonlte Co. for repair .Indy Xn.f ;,n,i cents sill inJare in rcidim-i- s for being laid Kay Elton. Singing time was coneil. of a vertical shaft and later KinkM uii y !'i ducted iiv Cnlleen M'llyuar.. with ing it deeper St the company's this lim has Sir. and Mrs. J. A. Warren of N( n.i.'i JiiiiieMin located at at irilii. ted tn eni. the wmtii win;, fiilxonile operat.on, Mondpiano Salem drove to Eureka on vhi-Bonanza. Utah. Ikinanza is locHte.1 1nni fa elidihcn iile pinject, by Primary the time and spent ay evening and Primary teacher.-.- : Mr. und ned. Smile of t!;,. projects tl.ilt li.ive about 40 miles south-euof Verniting with Mrs. Warren's broth- Mrs. John Ca.xtlelon and receive. donations are: Polio Fund, nal. Approximately nine loeal men family, Mr. and Mrs. er and Maxinu Paxman, Lillian Elton. Tintif high school hau l Children's are empolyed on the project with E J. Underwood. Cclostia Thompson. Darlene iVart. and Hallowe en p:.tti. s Lawrence Stubblefield as foreman. KLumI relief in ('atyidn. Delores nil took in Robinson, twentv-thpart Milne and Ron, Alan Mm. Duane Mr. and Mn. James Quigley and discussion. Closing song. I fourth of July rrlrbintiniis an of Tucson. Ariz., are guests at Thee Dear Father"; closing Bov's Home at Alpine. Calif Four family and Mrs. Dnniel Hill and the home of Mrs. Anna McDonnell. h:l reduhave hud their teeth taken children, who an- guests at the prayer. Cheryl Christensen. ,'car.They came to Utah to visit with 1. I. A. of. a donation was made in Quigley home, drove to Homestead Come to Mrs. Maurine Mis. Milne's sister. come tvards an appendix Is Mutual to Gn and adults. in.! formerly Schneitter's Hot Ik, Us, who is also a Dunn of Burbank, on Wednesday, and enjoyed a swim Come hear the grand program several don.it ams have b, tuest it the McDonnell home. and a pirnic lunch. and less., ns that are prepared f,.r .towards the buying of ey- - glas,,.. Mr. and Mrs. Will. Stack of J ' f"r privileged 'hildeeii. August 2 fith will be n big night Boise, Idaho, were In town during The lor ul Kiwanis elub urges the andMr. and Mrs. Milford Kennedy differ-new. something the week visiting with Mrs. Mary something son, Ralph of Iaadville, Colo., ent. A Sunset program at the city public to purchase gum from these A. Stack and Mrs. Clare Larsen. ent the week-en- d in Mammoth hall park Following the program machines because the moic tha' is at the home of Mr. Kennedy's store for a in every-big surprise is Mr. and and Mrjuid Mrs. Clarence Wahlquist the mure moticv will lie brother Mrs. Gerald Kennedy, They wen Tuesday and Wednesday at one. to available asist the youth of oi.r ennuite to California on a vara- Rsh Lake. They report "fair" fish- Every Tuesday night at r:00 count rv. tu ,n trip. o'clock, he at Mutual. ur and Mrs. S, 1552 r-- - I ' cell, Airs. I Gillisple returned last Sal unlay afler spending the past week in I 'nee, where she was llie guest of Mr and All's. Robert Ion-ne- e jGdlispic.