Universal Miorof liming Corp-14Plerpont Ave. Utah Salt take City 1, LD8 Chnreh Services Eureka Ward Sunday morning services at the Eureka LDS Ward were conducted by William Thompson. The invocation was given by Lee Bird. Linda Sutherland and daughter, Becky, were made mem-be- n of the wan! also Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingston and Austin Eugene Clark, who is making his home with Mr. and Mrs. Verl Phillips. The baby son of Mr. and Mn. Fred Garbett, was blessed by David Garbett, Jr., and given the name of Fred Lynn. The son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ainge was blessed by Paul Fawson and given the name of David Scott Vivian Stewart was sustained as the visiting teacher instructor. The benediction was by John Mother, sons SNOW First snow storm of the season hit Tintic Sunday morning. The storm was Mrs. Ruth E. Ferrin, 27, and her. two boys, Craig 3, and Bart 7 months old of Tooele, were injured in ah accident Saturday morning on Highway 50-13 miles south of Eureka. The accident occurred when Mrs. Ferrin, driver of the car failed to make a curve. The car, a 1965 Volkswagon, rolled over once and ended up on its wheels on the south side of the road. The car was south bound. Mrs. Ferrin suffered a fractured ankle; Craig had abrasions, and Bart, lacerations and abrasions. The injured were taken to the Delta hospital by a passing motorist. Damage to the car was estimated at 91100. State Trooper, Tom Rynear-so- n and Deputy Sheriff, Gerald Peterson, were the investigating officers. 6, 11:00 a.m. Sunday School last Sunday was under direction of Virginia Randle, the scripture reading was given by Debbie Ewell, and the meditation by Vola Nevers. Alliene Farren dismissed with prayer. Sunday School on Sunday will be at the regularly scheduled hour 10:00 a.m. shortlived and the snow melted quickly. Night, time temperatures dropped to the low 20s, but the days are mostly pleasant and all are hoping the present weather conditions remain as is, until Christmas, at least. Pep Club asks for assistance The Tintic High Pep Club has undertaken a project to help earn money to pay for their uniforms. They are sell- ing wrapping paper, Christmas letter holders and scotch tape. Anyone interested is asked to contact the Pep Club members, or wait until they embark on a house to house selling campaign. visit November State Superintendent of The stake annual Harvest Festival and auction will be held Friday, Nov. 13, at. the stake center. Tickets will . be sold under the direction of the stake high priests and a canvass win be made. Again this year, they are asking for contributions of usable things, such as produce, chickens, turkeys, clothing, bedding, quilts and quilt tops. If your contributions are too bulky for e&sy transportation, those donating the articles are asked to notify church leaders and they will be picked up early on the morning of the Festival. All funds derived from the Harvest Festival will go toward the building fund. The Halloween MIA dance held last Saturday was a decided success. The decorations were clever. Refreshments dancompleted the record-ho- p cing evening. The arrangements for the evening were well planned and all attending report an enjoyable evening. 11 in Pub- lic instruction, T. H. Bell, and . house-to-hou- se . te clay. .Assistant Superintendent Walter Talbot, and LaRue Winget, assistant superintend e n t in charge of instruction, will be in Eureka on Wednesday, Nov. 11. They will spend the morning in Eureka, and the afternoon in Partoun and Callao. Tintic Board of Education has hired Dr. Keith Oakes, consultant in education administration to survey the Tintic Schodl District in regard to the policies and procedures of the district He will recommend ways of higher, efficiency in our operation. He has been superintendent in California, and head of education and administration and graduate education at the Brigham Young H Voting in Tintic on Tuesday was heavier than for the past several years, with almost everyone registered turning out to vote. . Democrats led in all the races with the following results: Tabulations of the votes from three districts in Eureka is as follows: President, John-iro- n (D), 353; Goldwater (R), 62; United States Senator, Moss, (D) 357; Wilkinsen (R), 52; Representative in Congress, Bruhn (D), 335; Burton (R), 81; for governor, Hampton (D), 307; Melich (R), 104; Ida May Brisliey dies in Calif. Tintic schools University. Presently he is Dean of Summer School at BYU and is considered a leader in education in the United States. .f success here The young people of Tintic to be commended on their behavior on Halloween. As as is known, not a single of vandalism was committed and hot one window was are fire far act soaped. pre-scho- ol, elementary and high school students a real fun evening. CLOSING The little people, and elementary children) enBusiness houses in Eureka dancing and games and will be closed on Saturday,' joyed ended up their party with reNovember 7, to alloy their freshments. emploj'ees . to participate in The high school group startthe pheasant hunt, which oped their festivities at 9:00 ens Saturday. The post ofo'clock. Dancing and a very fice will remain open as ussuccessful spook alley (and Its ual. reported that the girls put on a good show as they braved the alley) much to the enjoyment of those in charge. All those attending report that satisfying and filling. Teen-agecome in for a lot of criticism every now and then, and when they show appreciation for the efforts put forth by those in charge of the entertainment, and behave distribufor Services prompt wareso well, an extra pat on the tion from the agency's houses to the needy overseas, back is certainly coming to regardless of race, color or them. creed. (pre-scho- ol rs St Patricks Catholic Church is sponsoring a Thanksgiving clothing collection and an appeal is being made for wearable used clothing, shoes, blankets and bedding supplies. The appeal is being made through out the Catholic Chuches and schools. The great need of millions of people throughout the world is being stressed by all the Bishops and Priests. The clothes collected in this annual (Jrlva are turned over to the NCWC, Catholic Relief Father Strancar, Pastor of St Patrick's Church requests that all clothing and other ne- cessities donated by the people of Eureka, be brought to the Memorial Building, during the week of Nov. 21. 'Die drive will end Saturday, Nov. 28. Your cooperation in this drive will be greatly Mr. and Mrs. James Toone and Dan Berry of Mammoth spent the weekend at Indian-ol- a where they participated in the deer hunt in that area. Mr. Toone was successful in getting a spike, and Mr. Barry bagged a nice two point. Bessie decided she was a poor shot and came home without a - deer. Mrs. Ida May Briskey, 77, a former ' resident of Eureka, died last Thursday, Oct. 29, in Whittier, Calif., of natural causes. She was bom August 2, 1887 in Payson, to William Andrew and Mary Christine Smith Box. She married Frank Lee Briskey, Feb. 22, 1909. They made their home here following their marriage. Mr. Briskey died June .20, 1940. She remained in Eureka for several years following his death, later moving, to Whittier, Calif., where she had since resided. Survivors are two sons, Earl L., and Clyde, both of Whittier; four grandchildren, three great grandchildren; two brothers, Voil Box and Vearl Box, both of Payson. Funeral services were conducted in Whittier on Saturday. Additional services were held in Payson on Tuesday at 11 am. Burial was in Payson City Cemetery under direction of Rigby Mortuary. . Halloween big The Hallcween party was a definite success, as teachers and the PTA put on an all out effort to give the No. 45 i fcuy hvF f State school officials schedule S T News hal-loysi- The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, November 6, 1964 . Methodist Church Services Frank Bowman of Tooele will be in Eureka on Sunday to conduct the Sunday morning services at the Eureka Methodist Church. The service is at Ore Shipments Filtrol Corp., 969 tons Vol. 62 hurt in accident Boss. 1 - Former resident te riles held i Sec. of State, Miller (D), 339; Taylor (R), 72; Attorney General, Hansen, (D) 333; Kesler (R), 81; State Auditor, Larsen (D), 334; Edwards (R), 67; State Treasurer, Baker, (D), 329; Lamboume (R), 83; Dist Attorney, Bums (D), 337; Foremaster (R), 65; State Senator, Mantes (D), 330; James (R), 80; State Representative, Bryan (D), 318; Lomax (R), 96; Four year Juab County Commissioner, Gadd (D), 349; Collard (R), 64; two year commissioner, Gardner (D), 357; Memmott (R), 61. The Mammoth count, which includes Silver City, Tintic Junction: Johnson (D), 38; Goldwater (R), 8; Moss (D), 38; Wilkinsen (R), 7; Bruhn (D), 38; Burton (R), 9; Ramp-to- n (D), 31; Melich (R), 14; Miller (D). 36; Taylor (R), 9; Hansen (D), 38; Kesler (R), 7; Larsen (D), 38; Edwards (R), 8; Baker (D), 38; Lamboume (R), 12; Bums (D), 38; Foremaster (R), 8; Mantes (D), 37; James (R), 8; Bryan (D), 34; Lomax (R), 12; Gadd (D), 37; Collard (R), 7; Gardner (D), 40; Memmott (R), 6. Amendment No. Eureka 1, for, 262; against, 37. Amendment No. 2, for, 229; against, 56. Mammoth Amendment 1, for, 25; against, 7.' Amendment No. 2, for, 21; against, 11. State School Board, Hulet, 71; Jennings, 121; Reynolds, 91, Stapley, 103. Tintic School District Board Member for Precinct 4, which includes Mammoth, Silver City, and Tintic Junction: Laura McIntyre of Mammoth was elected to the school board with 45 votes. She was unopposed. Eureka judicial selection: Justice E. R. Gallister, Jr., 291; Gudmundson, 40. Mammoth: Calister, 27; GudNo. mundson, 17. vu Roger Francis Carlson, 26, Mrs. Virginia Bradford and died Saturday, while on the Mrs. were in Joan way to a Salt Lake hospital, of Granger onCampbell Sunday visiting complications of diabetes. with Mrs. Bradfords son and He was bom Nov. 27, 1937, family, Mr. and Mrs. John in Provo, a son of Francis H. Campbell. They also spent a and Kathryn Gillespie Carlson. few hours in Salt Lake City The family made a home in with Mrs. Campbells sister, Mrs. Hattie Jones and family, Eureka for several years before moving to Salt Lake, Ed Webb returned to the where he had since resided. Holy- Cross Hospital last week, He was a member of the Garwhere he is receiving additionJeden Park Ward, Church of sus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. al treatment for a nose hemHe was a graduate of East orrhage condition. His many High School, and was an Eagle friends in the district are wishScout with two palms. He was ing him the best in theway ol a grandson of Mrs. Florence a speedy and complete recovGillespie and a nephew of Mrs. ery. Dora Randle, both of Eureka. Mildred Davis is confined tc Survivors include ' his parthe Payson Hospital, where sh ents, brothers, Jim, Stephen, treatment A and one sister, Deborah Kay, is receiving speedy recovery is being - wish all of Salt Lake City; granded by her many friends. mother, Mrs. Florence Gillespie, i Eureka. Mrs. Cleo Jensen of Moron Funeral services were held spent Wednesday in Mammotl Monday noon, at 574 E. 1st with Mr. and Mrs. Jamei South. Burial was in Wasatch Toone. Lawn Memorial Park. - -- ' .