Home burns Universal Microf lining Corp JL41 Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City 1, Utah at SOT Mammoth Friday An early morning fire last Friday, completely destroyed a home in Mammoth. Tlis home was owned by Mrs. Marie Berry. Vol. 62 The alarm was sounded about 5:00 a.m., but thefire had gained such headway that it was impossible to save the home or any of the contents. Dan Berry, son of Mrs. Berry, was the only occupant of the fioitae at the time of the fire. He escaped with some bad Mrs. Clare Larson, Eureka cuts and bruises. Postmaster, is spendiing the The Eureka Fire Departweek in Springville, where she ment responded to a call from is attending Postmasters Conthe Mammoth Fire Departheld in that ment and both departments vention, being city. succeeded in saving surroundPostmaster General John A. ing property. The furniture Gronouski will be the featured from one of the nearby homes at the annual meeting war carried out, as fire started speaker of Utah Chapter, National Asin a garage on the property. Cause of the fire has not sociation of Postmasters. The been determined, as the house opening session was Tuesday was so completely destroyed evening at 7 p.m., at the Springville Junior High School. that it was impossible to find The convention will continue and clues leading to the cause. through Friday. Mr. Gronouski Damage was estimated at addressed the meeting of the about 4000 to the house and 266 Utah postmasters and contents. There was no insurtheir guests Thursday night. ance. David Salt Lake A sad commentary on the Postmaster is the president of fire the firemen managed the national association. to save a chest of silver and placed it near the fence. Someone walked away with it, and the Berry family is requesting anyone living the silver, or Business houses in Eureka to will be closed on knowing of its whereabouts Friday, July ask the person to ' please re24, in commeration of Pioneer turn it to Mrs. Berry, as it was theony thing saved, and Day. it meant a lot to her, since Ore Shipments all her other treasures, collected during the years were Filtrol Corp., 600 tons lost clay. . The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, July. 17, 1964 No. 29 Postmaster at state meet Closed for 24th hal-loysi- te Personal income outlook for third quarter looks good Personal income inUtah during the first six months of. 1964 totaled approximately $1, and the outlook 035,000,000 for the third quarter of this year is generally good. This is the report of First Security quarterly News Letter which will be distributed this week, it was announced today by Mary H. Newman, manager at Eureka Bank. Utahs personal income represents some $18 billion, or 2 per cent, above the total for the frist half of 1963, the News Letter said. Increases in e pay from tax cut total effective in somewhat more than $4 million per month in the Beehive Banks take-hom- mid-Mar- ch State. Anticipated cash receipts from agricultural pursuits in 1964, however, will probably be somewhat lower than .the total of $164 million reported for 1963.. Lower cattle prices, late spring planting and delayed crop growth are factors which will probably hold farm income down below last year's levels. Milk and egg production are both below lost year's levels. Fruit presents the brightest agricultural picture prevailing this year. With frost damage at a minimum, apricot production is expected to be five times of that a year production ago and double the average of the past five years. Sweet and sour cherries, peaches and pears should be well above the average production of the past decade. Steel and copper production in Utah through June of this year were well above levels of 1963. Steel production has continued at above 80 per cent of rated capacity, while copper production through June was approximately 24 per cent above that of a year ago. Over-al- l employment in Utah in June non-agricultu- ral was reported at 301,000, 600 more than a year ago. This is in strong contrast to the pattern of the previous five years during which the increase on a basis has ranged from seven to ten thousand. Unemployment for June, the News Letter stated, totaled year-to-ye- Proof that the annual 4th of July ride on the Eureka Are truck was a huge success is seen in the top photo: Firemen hauled the kiddies about town and enter Food freezing demonstration tained them royally during the day. The . lower photo shows the enthusiasm for the big greased pole competition. Eddie Fitch managed to reach the top of the S T News ar 18,800, some 1,300 above a year earlier. The entrance of high school and college graduates into the labor force adds to this figure. Eureka student on honor roll One person from the Eureka area is among the 677 students named to the spring quarter honor roll at the University of Utah. To be named to the honor list a student must main- -' tain an averageof 3.5 or better in all academic subjects where 4.0 is he equivalent of an A. The student from the Tintic High School is Shanna Lynn Ryan, senior in education. Mrs. Curtis Butler and son, Randy, were in Salt Lake on Friday, where Mrs. Butler combined business and pleasure. While in the city they visited with Mrs. Amel Butler. Mrs. Mina Griggs of Evanston, Wyoming, spent a couple of days with her mother, Mrs. Hilda Webb and other A demonstration for freezing food will be held here on Tuesday, July 21, in the Memorial Building at 2:00 p.m. Mrs. Juab Velyn Stevens, County Home Demonstration Agent will be in charge'of the demonstration. All those interested are invited to attend the afternoon session. MIA girls and leaders from all the stake are enjoying a camping' experience at Camp KoHoLoWo in Santaquin Canyon. Stake and ward MIA leaders are supervising and enjoying the outing with the girls. There were about 100 girls answering roll call Tuesday morning. A special program will be held on Friday, July 17, at 6 o'clock, and parents of the girls are invited to attend. YjcwA YJoleA Chief Petty Officer Elwood and Mrs. Dean and family are spending a vacation here with Mr. and Mrs. Dean and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson. The family has been in Hawaii for the past three years. At the end of his vacation they will go to San Diego, where he will be stalioned at the Naval Base there. During their stay here they made trips to Salt Lake where they visited with other family members, and the Dean family held a reunion at Fish Lake over the 4tn holiday weekend. He will leave for California Thursday morning. A stake MIA summer dance will be held Saturday, August 1. All over 12 are invited and urged to attend the extra special event. More about this later. Friday night, July 17. the senior YMMIA soft ball games will be played at 6 p.m., at Santaquin City Park. Tuesday, July 21, is Priesthood Day at the Manti Temple. The temple closes on Fri- -' day, July 24, for the summer, until September 1. Last week the Mia Maids, under direction of their leader, Melba Nelson, enjoyed a swim and a watermcllon bust. Each class will participate in a summer time bit of fun. greased pole which paid off for him with a $5.00 MIL The day's activities were enjoyed by the kiddles, with all of them participating. Father of local woman dies Earl F. Spencer of Payson, father of Mrs. Dorothy Rusby of Mammoth, died in a Reno hospital, Saturday of natural causes. He was bom July 4, 1903, in Indianola, Utah County, to George and Elsie Gardner Spencer. He married Margaret M. Love. She died Dec. 6, 1956. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saiinte. He was an employee of Kegley , Quarry near Payson. Survivors are three daughters, Mrs. Don (Dorothy) Rusby, Mammoth; Mrs. Janies (Shirley) Toone, Reno, Nev.: Mrs. Don (Earlene) Howland, Klamath Falls, Ore.; four grandchildren; .one brother, Bert Spencer, Minneapolis, Minn.; one sister, Mrs. Marie Allias, Salt Lake City. Mr. and Mrs. Steele McIntyre, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas, and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Randle were in Salt Lake last Friday, attending the production of My Fair Lady," at the University, of Utah stadium.