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October 30, 1964 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Kim Rowley RAIXE RHLGHIL Of interest to many Eurek-an- s is the announcement of the birth of a baby girl to Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell of Butte, Montana. The little girl was bom last week and weighed seven pounds and six ounces. She has a small brother, 3 year old Kevin. Mrs. Maxwell is the former Shauna Thomas, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. James Maxwell, formerly of Eureka, now residing in Butte, Montana. Maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Hunter of Sacramento, Calif. Great grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ed Thomas of Eureka and Mrs. Annie Bogden, Eureka. Mrs. Maude Mclntvre returned to her home in Mammoth last week after an extended visit to LaVale, Md., where she was the guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Olsen. Mrs. Olsen is the former Mary McIntyre. in weds R. E. Andersson rites at church in Salt Lake Of interest to many Eurek-an- s and former Untie residents is the announcement of the marriage of Kim Rowley and Rolf Erik Andersson. Parents of the bride are Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowley, former residents of Eureka, now residing in Butte, Mont Nuptial vows were recited at the Atonement Lutheran Church in Salt Lake City on Oct. 10. Pastor Joseph A. Lu-th- ro officiated. For her wedding, the bride wore a white Batin gown, and her elbow-lengt- h veil was caught to a crown of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of chrysanthemums and white roses. Miss Sonja Artez, maid of honor, and Laurel Buckley, flower girl wore street-lengt- h gowns of frosted satin in the apricot shades. They carried bouquets of bronze floor-lengt- h, Ushers were Carlos Jimlnex and Allan Rowley. The bride is a graduate of Murray High School and is currently attending Henagers Business College in Salt Lake. Mr. Andersson attended school in Stockholm, Sweden and is presently employed at the Continental Baking Co. in Salt Lake. Immediately following the nuptials, a reception honored the newlyweds, at the home of a brother of the bride, Mr. and Mrs. Allan Rowley, Salt Lake. relatives attending the wedding and reception were Mrs. Myrtle Rowley, the of the bride grandmother Grant Rowley, Washington; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Eden and ANGUS SHOW & SALE at OGDEN, UTAH and 9 50 LOTS 40 BULLS 10 FEMALES THE IN MANY YEARS 8:00 a.m. Sunday, November I Open Clan Angus Show Sell 3:00 pjn. Monday, November 9 Angus Cattle BEST OFFERING - FOR CATALOG AND INFORMATION: ALL AMERICAN SALES SERVICE Rt. 3, Box 350 Longmont, Colorado and Mrs. Wayne Beck of Dugway, and Marshall Beck of Idaho, spent Sunday here with Mrs. Becks mother, Mrs. Hilda Webb. Marshal Beck is b former resident and will be remembered as the brother of the late Dean Beck. The visitors also visited with Mrs. Anna Franks. XCr. Mrs. June McNulty, Eureka. After a honeymoon to Arizona, the couple is making a home in Salt Lake. LINN C. BAKER Relief Society for Utah State Treasurer The Relief Society meeting next week will be held on Wednesday at 10:00 ajn., in- stead of the regular Tuesday meeting. The visiting teachers report meeting will be at 9:30 a.m. - Nov. 8 Mrs. Elysabeth Franks, Mrs. Marion Nash, Mrs. Myrtle Theriault, and Mrs. Rowena Hanks, were In Payson Tuesday afternoon, visiting with Mrs. Joseph Roach, who has been confined to the Utah Valley Hospital for several days. They report she is much Out-of-to- set Wednesday GOLDEN SPIKE Page Eleven Methodist youth plans for party The Methodist Youth Fellowship group held a Halloween party Wednesday evening at the Parsonage. Games were played, and a spook alley was provided to add to the evenings fun, and fun filled entertainment. Rev. Eldon Nickolson was in charge of the arrangements and was assisted by Sandra Butler. DEMOCRAT As the only candidate for a high State administrative office from Utah's 1st Congressional District, Linn Baker's election will rectify an imbalance that has existed 30 years in our State government. More important, however, is the fact that he is a man of proved competence, of impeccable character and undoubted integrity, evidenced by high commendations for administrative efficiency and economy during his five years as Weber County Treasurer. With a background of wide experience and solid achievement, he is eminently-qualifieto handle your money as State Treasurer. d It can be said with confidence: All Utah will Win with Linn Paid Advertisement by Roland Gillespie Primary Halloween party is success BeiitR DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATE for The Primary Halloween party held Wednesday afternoon in the Eureka Ward amusement hall was voted a huge success by all the youngsters attending. Arrangements for the party was under direction of President Margaret Hyde. The younger children had their party beginning at 2:30, and the older group came at 3:30. Separating the youngsters this year, proved to be very satisfactory. Each teacher arranged for a game for their special group, and a fish pond added excitement for the young people. Dancing was also enjoyed, and refreshments were served. It Elgin Alton S. ARTHRITIS-RHEUMATIS- M State Representative The Democratic Party's choice to fill the vacancy made by Dr. F. H. Becks tead's resignation because of health. 2. He has had experience as o former Legislator. 1. 3. Is a farmer and stockman and knows their problems and needs. 4. He understands educational needs and ALSO sees it from the taxpayer's ability to pay! 5. Qualified to serve ALL THE PEOPLE of Juab County. VOTE DEMOCRATIC New! 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