The Eureka (Utah) Reporter Page Two I Eureka mrpurtrr Qtyr PH Sf WEEKLY AT EUREKA, UTAH Printed By PUBLISHED ItJHLISHIXU ART CITY - - MAflONAl COMPANY Harrison Co.ovkr Mrs. Bei.i.u Uokpky AOVfttllINO KMISINTATlVl PEEVE sown Sent a that it jOW is election time, it IN is almost dangerous to get out upon the street. I was strolling along the other the present. dny when a candidate got me cornered. "Old buddy," saya he, pounding me on the back and shaking my hand until my arm almost dropped off, "I hope you and your family are supporting me in my i race." "Weil," says 1, ii MEMItl ONCACO NIW SEATTLE RAN rtANCISCO TOII ll.D. $ 1. Canumsburg. Pennsylvania. was in CAMTHELL L. REED, an infantry company In Germany during the last war, and seeing his friends get hit on either side of him in front and to the rear made him wonder when his time was rnming He fell that the He began law of averages would be pretty sure to catch up with linn to worry about dying Soon his stomach fell terrible, the cold sweat feet soaked his clothes, and before each action his concrete. In incased were if felt as they He He didn't want to die! He was still young! wanted to have a little fun in life, get married, raise a family Then he got to thinking, 'Reedy, you re not bewhat is known as a religious man. but you do And hereafter life a in and in Heaven, lieve in God. If Heaven is what tln-- say it Is. it wouldn't be so bad to die after all. If you have led a good life und go there, you will have no more worries and existence will be wonderful. So death would be a promotion to Heaven." Firmly believing this, he lost his fear of death! He has applied the same thought in his civilian life since, and he realizes that when he gets down and out that the worst thing that could Heaven. So death happen to him at any time would be a promotion to can't be so bad after all! Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Sanderson and two children, Charlotte Ann and 1alsy Iae returned home last Thursday. They have been making their home in Tuseon. Arlz., for the past several months. Mr. Sanderson lias been wiaking on a contract job for the Centennial De- "That depends ground issue. "I'm for il," says he. "Yes. sir, we're going to build a fine park, a public golf course, tennis courts, a swimming pool, an auditorium that will seat 5.000 people, .i gymnasium. and outdoor fireplaces for picnics. " As the conversation continued we were Joined by another candidate. A few more private citizens Joined the circle. Thirteen more candidates walked up. My corner was getting cxtrenely small. "This." says I to myself, "is getting out of hand. Then, with an innocence that I did not feel. I says. It all sounds like socialism to me. The roar that followed shook the street lights to their very foundation. Fifteen candidates and the same number of voters let loose a barrage of arguments. I ducked and retreated to my office From the window I watched the crowd increase and the arguments become hotter. As I expected a punch waa landed, and the riot was on. The final result: Fight candidates paid fines for disorderly conduct, seven aiiologized to the court for ill temper and bad judgment, and the voters went home happy and pleased with the entire performance. Democracy in action is wonder-ful-l ts are continuing to decline, according to wont fnnn County Agent A. Fullmer Allred. They are expected to total at leant one fourth smaller in 1952-5- 3 than In the preceding year. In April, the mont recent month of tabulation, our agricultural ex- ports amounted to $22 1.535.000. a decrease of II per rent from the $250,574,000 shipped abroad In FOR SALE - further the winners. Irizi-were also given to the youngest baby girl anil I joy present. tlie winners were Anna Hyde, daughter of Mrs. Clyde and Sam Hyde (Jennie Johnson Foster, infant son of Mrs. Robert Foster iDelora Larsen). The Mammoth Firemen wish to extend th-- ir rinrere thnnks to the businessmen who helped to make the rclcht alien a success. Mrs. Erickson, superintentural products are receiving ma- dent of I.dy the Sunday School, wishes Deto extend her thanks to all those jor attention in the U. S. The who heliHHl with the floats, for partment of Agriculture. farm cxxrt decline has been at- those who gave so generously of tributed primarily to scarcity of their time at the refreshment stand dollars a road, increased world ag- and to those who direrted the rericultural pnxiucthin, and parade, the sports, and those peo-- I strictive trade barriers. in the fine pie who Commodities showing the larg- program and the program direo-- ! est decline last April included tors. butter, pork, lard, dried eggs, cotton. apples, rice and wheat, Mr. Miss Darlene 1'errson f Salt take City spent the weekend visitAllred said. ing with her mother. Mrs, Rhoda Bell, and other relatives. s ta-ve- I ex-Nir- ts 2. m in good condition. Kor Information Call 24. a31p pnrtu-fpnte- j WHERE FRIENDS MEET at the SILVER CLUB 11952 Probate and Guardianship Notices Consult County Clerk or the Kespertivo Signers for further Information e lug paiade. They later drove in Magna and spent Friday and Salurday at the L. E. Curbridge home. EASY DOES IT IT" HELEN Mil Assessment Xn. is Golden Sunset Mining i;, a Corporation of the state r!f Utah, principle place ..f MismJ. Sunday dinner geusts at the Karl Utah. Lunt home in Mammoth were Mr. Suntaquin, Notice is hereby gii.-- tha a and Mrs. Ray McKenzie and their meeting of the Bmirj ,.r j A IlmiKP committee investigat, daughters Jean ami Joan of Suit of the Uolilen Sunset Mm.ng ing government waste was told take City. pany, held on the fith dnv of jn' thiil (he Air Force purchased s 1953. Assessment No. 2S f n)..j much wiie fencing in 1951 that llenry I'ranke is spending the per share was levied iqionj l summer months in Eureka with capital stock of the much of it is "deteriorating" in his ciirpfii-atjrimother. Mrs. Elysaheth Franke issued and storage. outstanding in California lie return to will and at once to Thomas H (ha'tSf The purchase amounted to 142 chain link fence the fall to enter college. nulls of nine-fosecretary of the enmpnnv at hu office or lesidcnce. Kantaqu.n and in' re than 500 miles of hnrhcJ Mrs. Florence Gillispie and Mr. I; tan. wire. A General Accounting office famof and Mrs. Kldon Nelson anil Any stock upon wliii h this invesligutor said three carloads the mat ' rial were sent to Horse-head- s. ily weie in Salt take City on sesshicnt may remain unpaid ni N.Y., addressed to a "spec- Pioneer Day enjoying the parade July 3. 195.1, will ip delinquent ialized depot" which does nut exist. and visiting with Mr. and Mrs. and advertised for sale at public In some cases, the witness said, Frances Carlson ami family, and auction and unless payment if made before, will he s ,!d flt g supply officers do not know they with the Dick Gillispies. have the fencing and have bought p.m. on August 3. hi:,:;. at th Mrs. Maynard Cronin and l:rr office of the mere from local contractors infur secretary, tu Mary. Margaret Ann the dflinrpifnt assessment pay stead of using what they have on daughter there-oenFennell, JoKae hand. Atherley and together with the cost f ,j. vertising and expense of Thomas E. Uh.it win. "N Secretary List of delinquent stm k h'udi-rof the Golden Sunset Mining On:, .Waste Reported ' nt by FRESHEN shredded coconut to which In fresh milk a bit of sugar la added before using the coconut. Excessive salt in your soupT Drop some slices of raw potato into the soup for five or six minutes, then remove If you're poaching eggs and want to keep the whites from spreading, add a tcaspoonful of vinegar to the water used fur poaching An egg poacher Is also a good Invest- - (Makes 40) cup seedless raisins Y cup shortening IVfc cups biscuit mix cup brown sugar (packed) 1 egg S tablespouna milk icaspnon vanilla Rinse and drain raisins Melt shortening and allowing to cool wldle measuring remaining ingredients Combine biscuit mix. sugar and raisins. Beat egg lightly. add cooled shortening, milk and vanilla Stir into dry mixture blending well Drop by teaspoonfuls on to greased baking sheet. Bake in a moderately hot 1375) oven 10 to 12 minutes Remove to wire rack to cooL pany for assessment X.i. ty Fred Berquist, certificate 163 - 500 shares. Fred Berquist. certificate 179 352 shares. Fred Berquist, cert if a at. shares. Fred Berquist. certifiiaV 33549.000 shares. Fred Berquist. certificate shares. ment If you like small cups. 217--2.00- V W- -- i: ; ' . . ' .o ., 261 712 s(S 321500 shares. Margaret B. Barratt. ... UTAN Mew Scientific Way To Kv' -- OO'' i'. Y p WE certificate Thomas E. (that win Secretary MILS Published in the Eureka Reporter July 10, 17, 24, 31, 1953. FOUNDATION Any Food French-Fr- y Setter J fA'fggm I . lilt Ih $100 a0VVN Wee KI . sill;. '0' tf9t UtoV'i iHHi 1 1 ; MINERS Willi FRIES (llll.l linr wWCt SSS5SSSS I I ! Os'S mm 0a tmmm. NWA PIES Mi:r pies SOI ps C t . MORTlmw roa KUK Mi 'Fla irks and ERMA'S lMKI ir - . Ne bwM m r A- , kEb h As siTh imsmh af MS Ml Hah As Dsnssysf BREAD 1 FRustv GLASS While Here Feel nt Home SAM Brite Spot Cafe-GroceEureka, Utah ry 3 Weft to Sue . Fii-- A . It piM Iwit-y- e ( Isw 9 ISmSMssMA . cold beer ttn nr Iv'.iio serve in fw ast tit at INs M yn FksMyntiiaiH, MspiMs. km 1 fin Ttl mhf it INOffWiN leMerr S PROSPECTOR 14 HUaoSTIT WIT coNtaot IT! TRY nvlG?rt I (HIOMf iit nuen tmr - STEAK FNI TWEi MI(JIF.!4 IlHItlt III Ki.KK R1 1 FIMFIU f.fAh smifsifKi GOT "A AS iSMW H KMMf ""H.""' !TVVS zrzrzxr I.iMOSMFH IX tlNUSsTm A ImWm m NS' $ HTZ! hrtAi1 " . COME IN . . Pumuc lORlMAILlTHBlCOOPOl DDIIK No. 35743.200 shares. No. but he insists on his know 4 glasses of milk every day. I SHORE .... letept'00 T Xo. shares. Kay E. Randall, certificate REPRESENTS GERMtNY . . . Dr. Ileini Krekelrr has hern named amhaador of federal republic of Grrmany to Washington. lie's been German charge d'affaires in Washington for pakl three )rars. fit Xj Andrew K. Steedman. certificate No. 332 - 3.703 shares. Helen Nielsen Krebhs. certificate No. 330 1.852 shares. Yvonne Stocdinan. certificate No. 332-1.- 852 shares. Keith A. Steelman, certificate No. 333 1.852 shares. Walter Tolnian, certificate Xa oie . X". 500 " Vsl1' r' i 0 340-16.- the eggs to be in When you are heating sweet milk for a rccle and want to keep It from curdling, add a pinch of soda to the milk while heating. Brown sugar may be added to gravy which la loo salty. It does not sweeten the gravy nor does it spoil Xt - Hi - ,Rh Legal Notices UlcitH W S .. Rubv Red ST - r Many men do not PliS-6P- c. M-SS- S-. A lP' principles to make n.i ht them up every now and ih,.nPuJ children do the flowers th,... I planted, to see if they aie gn.w ISrown Mr. mid Mrs. and sons, Jerry snd Hill, drove to Salt I dike City on the 24th to mi-th- the flavor Brush molds for gelatin salads 9 0 9 Mr. ami Mrs. Wilson Izv are and desserts with salad oil before to them. This spending the week at Fish take adding tha mixture trying their luck at fishing ami en- makes melting or heating the molds joying llie cool breezes at the re- after chilling unnecessary and helps remove the mold easily. sort. Keep pecan meats whole by pourMr. pud Mrs. Jack Shaw and ing boiling water over unshellcd sons, Jackie and Jimmy of Xrphi pecans and let stand for 30 minute visited last Thursday with Mr. and before cracking. Meat can then be Mrs. Hurtis Jameson. removed from the shells, keeping them practically whole. Mr. and Mrs. IJovil Handle and son and daughter. Tom Hnd Peine were in I'rovo ami Salt take City on Monday of this week combining business and pleasure. ENJOY YOURSELF its d Co. vs lUuntiniicd from page One) lint I Dave McNeil of ttureka were Included in Exhibit a modestly-priivt pattern called JJbhey Ka signed by Freda Diamond contemporary in shape, from a comparatively Mnal base to a wide mouth. I We still have rie CHERRIES Cherries, Price reduced to Ac lb. at McMullina orchard at Grnola. Jly31 PIANO March. The tutiil in April 1952. was S2liti.7U5.000. The dnip in agricultural presents an important problem to the United Stales economy, since this country normally exports the products of about SO million acres. It is expected that United States agricultural in 1052-5.- 1 may fall somewhat short of $3 billion, compared with about $1.1 billion in 1951-5Plans for checking the drop in agricultural exports and bolstering foreign outlets for agricul- A Modern Muaeuni pm7 The Museum of Modern IrT.. Mrs. I'. X. Ar lerson of Salt Lake City is spending a few weeks at the home of a daughter and fainilv. the W'i.i. 1 ax mans. Double Quick Cookies Pioneer Day ('elebrated ex-kii- States agricultural United velopment IIEC'HK OF THE WF.EK At .Mammoth Farm Exports Show Decline . . . Mr. and Mrs. Elilon Nelson returned home last week after residing in Tuseon, Arizona, for the past 18 months, where Mr. Nelson was employed by the Centennial Development Co. They plan to make their home in Eureka for Uxm how you stand on the play- jjrrg lAsgoc.gN iUiTAWilNO f I EDITORIAL NATIONAL -- 4 Si'Rinovii.lr, Utah matter February 10, IMS, at the "Entered an second-clas- s poet office at Eureka, Utah, under the Act of March .1, 1870." Subscription In Advance, Per Year, $3.00; IVr Copy, 10c Editor and Manager Reporter 70. joyed the parade in , . City cm Pioneer Day. T1.. to Lagoon following XhJ, where they enjpyed a nil i picnic dinner. tound-- n Eliott I earthquake tremors My 13 81, VALUABLE RECIPE BOOK INCH Ready now for your inspecti !