November 23, 1962 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Clubs tell events Home Crafts Mrs. Bessie Toone was hostess to the Home Crafts Club at her home in Mammoth on Wednesday of last week. Luncheon was served at noon and the afternoon was spent in sewing and exchanging ideas on some clever decorations. Members attending were Della Berry, Florence Fields, Virginia Fields, Joan Dale and Minnie Painter. Canasta Mrs. Roy Gourley entertained the Canasta Club at her home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Gerald Laird won the high score, Mrs. Jay Carlson the cut prise, and Mrs. Arnold Swensen the consolation. t. . The hostess served a tasty lunch to those mentioned and to Mrs. Richard Bate, Mrs. Rudy Atherley, Mrs. Fred Roberts, Mrs. Heber Fields, Mrs. Ronald Nelson, Mrs. Vane Underwood, Mrs. Don Wall and . a special guest, Mrs. John Far-ren- Those attending were Mrs. Jerald Drussel, Mrs. Martin Fennell, Mrs. Heber Cushing, Mrs. Leland Sanderson and Mrs. Orris Sanderson, and special guests, Mrs. Hamilton Laird,' and Mrs. Robert Fife. Prises were won by Mrs. and Fennell Drussell, Mrs. Mrs. Cushing. After the conclusion of the card games, the members enjoyed a tasty lunch. Lady Elks Ladieg of Elks met Tuesday evening in . the Elks Club rooms, with President Marjean Finch conducting. After a regular business session was concluded, tentative plans were made for the annual Christmas Party, which is scheduled for Saturday, Dec. 8. Members extend an invitation to all Elks and their wives. After the business session a social hour was enjoyed, with Bridge burnishing the diversion. High score was won by Mrs. Dee Clement, all-cby Mrs. Henry Wall, and the raffle by Mrs. Robert Thomas. Mrs. Kay Sorensen was the hostess for the evening and served delicious refreshments. Rebekah Lodge Rebekah Lodge No. 2, held a regular meeting on Thursday of last week, with Noble Grand Irma Jasperson conducting. After disposing of the business of the evening, cards were enjoyed. Minnie Painter won the 500 prise, and Virginia Bradford won the high Social Page Three c CvenU Eastern Star installs officers at regular meeting Monday Mrs. Georgia Roach of Pay-so- n was installed Worthy Matron of Tintic Chapter, No. 18, Order of Eastern Star and Joseph Roach as Worthy Patron, at the regular meeting held Monday evening, Nov. 19. 'Elsie R. Jones, Worthy Grand Matron and J. Vem Day, Wor- thy Grand Patron were the installing offficers, and were assisted by Cora Thomas, Grand Chaplain, Mary Chriss-maGrand Marshall, and Grace Jensen, Grand Organ- n, ist Others installed were Mary Horton, Associated Matron; Associated Patron; Floyd Nuh, " Theriault secretary; Myrtle Vola Never. Treasurer; Carol Larsen, conductress; Marion received Campbell word this week of the birth of a new grandson, born to Mr. and Mrs. David Johnson in Las Vegas, Nev. The new arrival weighed 8 lbs. He has two brothers and one sister. Mrs. Johnson is the former Carol Campbell, daughter of Clyde Campbell of Eureka. Maternal grandmother is Mrs. Bernice Bradley of California. is M r s. Joan Campbell of Eureka. Mrs. Jones, and Worthy Grand Patron, Mr. Day and other grand officers. Mrs. Nash and Mrs. Randle also made short Clyde Nash, Chaplain; LaVon Ryan, Marshal; Mabel Butler, Organist, Jeanine Johnson, Adah; Ethel Brenton, Ruth; Agnes Anderson, Esther; Patricia Bra. dy, Martha; Virginia Randle, Electa; Elsie Nilson, Warder; Reed Horton, Sentinel. Mrs. Nash, retiring Matron and Lloyd Randle, retiring patron, were presented with gifts. Both responded wiah appropriate remarks, and they in turn presented their officers with lovely gifts, in appreciation for their assistance given during the past year. Mrs. Nash and Mr. Randle were presented with gifts by the members of the local Chapter. Impressive talks were given by the Worthy Grand Matron, Great-grandmoth- er talks. Mrs. Betty Robinson sang Perfect Day" and Mr. Hay of Salt Lake sang two numbers. Virginia Randle was chairman of the refreshment committee and was assisted by Agnes Anderson and Mabel Butler. ut Club Mrs. Don Hopes entertained the 500 club last Friday evening at her home in Elber-t- a. Members from Eureka were Mrs. Wm. Eastwood, Mrs. Bill Dean, Mrs. Wm. Morris, Mrs. Mrs. Fred Richard Laird, Max Mrs. Laird, Berry, and a special guest, Mrs. Carol Jolley of Elberta. It was Mrs. Deans birthday anniversary, and the members presented her with a lovely birthday gift, and a beautifully decorated birthday cake. High score was won by Mrs. Mrs. RichMorris, the all-card Laird and the consolation by Mrs. Fred Laird. Mrs. Hopes served a tasty lunch at the conclusion of the BOO" ut card games. Alice Peart was hostess for the evening and served tasty refreshments. Son honored on ninth birthday Mr. and Mrs. Ray Baderts- Couples Club Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Butler were hosts to the Couple's Club on Saturday evening of last week. Dinner was served at 7:00 a'clock. A social hour followed. Guests and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. and Mrs. cut attending were Mr. Roger Banghart, Mr. Tom Eastwood, Mr. Lynn Brady and Mr. Ray Badertscher. Bridge dub Mrs. Henry Wall was hostess to the Bridge club last Thursday evening at Lucille's Lounge. cher entertained at a children's party on Sunday afternoon honoring their son, Lee on the occasion , of his 9th birthday anniversary. The young folks enjoyed some party refreshments, complete with a beautiful cake, before journeying to Payson where they attended a movie, Lady and the Tramp." Mr. Badertscher drove the young people to Payson. Lees guests were Charlie Butler, Johnny Badertscher, Kerry Sutherland, David Bang-har- t, Richard Hyde and Scott Berry. Statement of Appreciation "To those who supported me in the recent election for district judge, I express my appreciation for your confidence in me. To those who did not support me, express my respect for your right of choice and pledge my support of Judge I in this important position. was not successful, I feel good Although about the election. 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