Universal Microfilming Corp 141 Pierpont Are. Salt lake City 1, Utah LD8 Services Eureka Ward William Thompson conducted the Sunday evening services at the Eureka Ward. The music was by Mayme Wirthlin at the organ and conducting was Ann Garberr. The invocation was given by Dwain Garbett Short talks were given by Pam McIntyre, Craig Colovich, Leland Sanderson, Roanna Hansen, Lorin Thompson and Bishop Bartschi. Benediction was given by Trank Ewell. Appointed Mrs. Agnes Peterson has been appointed as one of the 23,000 agricultural enumerators for the government census now being taken. Mrs. Peterson will work in the Juab County area. Winter brings snow 6-in- ch Winter in all its fury descended upon Eureka Tuesday, leaving six inches of snow, with .50 of an inch of precipitation. The moisture was welcomed, but not the blustery storm that accompanied it It was one of the heaviest storms this early in the season, and caught folks without snow tires, making driving a hazardous affair. The snow plows were out all night end most of Wednesday. A cold north wind preceded the snow, making people stay indoors if it wasnt necessary fer them to face the elements. Everyone is hoping this isnt the beginning of winter, and that more of that lovely fall weather enjoyed the weeks might continue. past Mr. and Mis. Victor Long and two children of Carson City, Nevada, are spending the week here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Long. They came to Eureka after hearing of the accident of a brother, Arthur Long. Vol. 62 The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, November 13, 1964. Services held for Eurekan Clarence Orvil Johnson, 54, died last Thursday, November 5, 1964, in a Provo hospital, ter a long illness. He was bom Feb. 22, af- Eurekans are being urged to take advantage of the third and final Immunization Clinic which has been scheduled at 1910. iin Salt Lake to William and Alda Lemmon Johnson. He was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints. Survivors are his mother, Eureka; brothers and sisters: Norman, San Francisco; Mrs. Lester (Ester) Berg and Mrs. Earl (Evelyn) Blimberg, both of Nevada City, Calif.; Mrs. Albert (Ethel) Nielson, Genola. Funeral services were held Monday at 10:00 am., in the Eureka LDS Ward Chapel. The services were as follows: Presiding, Bishop Bartschi. prelude and postlude music by Mayme Wirthlin; open-lin- g prayer, John Boss; vocal solo, Glen Larsen; speakers, Lee Bird, Wilson Lee and Bishop Bartschi; vocal solo, Earl Potts, accompanist for the vocal numbers was Norma Jameson; closing prayer, Carl Sand-stro- goes to Pakistan Dr. Kenneth H. Sausaman will be guest minister at the Methodist Church Sun. at 7. Guest minister to speak here Dr. Kenneth H. Sausaman, Treasurer of the Rocky Mountain Methodist Annual Conference will be the guest minister at the Methodist Church in Eureka on Sunday evening. A m. Burial .was in the Spanish Fork City Cemetery, under the direction of Keith Jolley Mor- special services is scheduled at 7:00 p.m. where Dr. Sausaman will speak on the topic, On Being a Good Samaritan." tuary. - Family members here for the eenrteee : were .his : eisteni their husbands, Mr. and Albert Nielson, Genola; and Mrs. Lester Berg and and Mrs. Mr. Mrs. Before-becomi- explosion here during week deeply regretting the accident, and all are wishing them a speedy and complete recovery from their injuries. ty. legs. Ernest Grierson of Salt Lake received a flesh wound in his thigh last Sunday morning at 4:30 a.m. He works for the Deseret Detective Agency in Salt Lake and was night watching at the Burgen shaft, when he heard a noise and went to investigate. As he went out the door he bumped his gun, causing it to discharge. He was taken to the Payson Hospital in the fire department ambulance. After the wound was dressed he was released to his home. Deputy Sheriff Gerald Peterson was the investigating officer. They were taken to the Pay-so- n Hospital and later transferred to the Utah Valley Hospital In Provo, where Arthur underwent surgery. Frank was released to his home, and Arthur is recuperating at his sister's home, the Sheldon Perrys in Orem. Friends of the families and the boys' school mates are Hal Spencer, a student at the University of Utah, was home over the weekend spending the time with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Spencer. The Spencer's d a u g h ter, Margo, who is attending St Marys of the Wasatch iin Salt Lake, also spent the weekend here with her parents. ng Conference-Treasur- er .in June, , 1963, Dr. Sausaman was minister of the First Methodist Church in Cheyenne, Wyoming. It was here that Rev. Nicholson served as his Associate Minister. Besides these positions he has also served the Church as executive secretary of the conference board of education, district supertintendent, and minister of several local churches. Evelyn Blomberg of Nevada City, Calif.; and his brither and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Johnson of San Francisco, California. Two Eureka boys, Arthur Long, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Long and Frank Walker, 17, son of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Walker, were seriously injured last Thursday evening, when they reportedly attempted to destroy four blasting caps, which they had found. The caps exploded before the boys had a chance to escape to safe- the Memorial Building nevt Tuesday, November 17. The clinic will begin at 4:80 p.m., and will continue through 7:30 p.m. Anyone in need of further immunization should take advantage of the clinic to complete their required immuniza- Eureka native Two youths injured in cap Both boyS received the full blast fii their faces, with Arthur being the more seriously injured of the two. For a time it appeared that he would lose the sight of one eye, but latest reports from the family are that the doctors are very hopeful of saving both eyes. Franks face and eyes were badly peppered with fragments from the blast, but his eyes are going to be alright. It took quite sometime to get the fragments from his eyes. Both boys received fragments from the blast on the chest, hands and No. 46 Dr. Sausaman has been noted for his very fine work as a preacher. The public is invited to this service. Ralph C. Firth Worker receives services held flesh wound Ralph Charles Firth, 63, a former resident of Eureka, died last Tuesday at his home in Salt Lake of a heart ailment. He was bom March 13, 1901 in Goshen, to Charles Vem and Fannie Gourley Firth. Mr. Firth received his education in the Eureka schools. He married Arvilla Jenson, August 30, 1924 in Salt Lake City. He was a member of Acacia Lodge No. 17, F ft A M; Temple of Shrine; and Shrine band. He was employed at the City and County Building and was a former employee of Kelly Company. Survivors are his widow; a daughter, Mrs. Robert P. Shirley Martin, Erie, Pa.; son, Richard V., Salt Lake City; five grandchildren; brother, Clifford C., Salt Lake; sister, Mrs. Leona Neidinger, Orlando, Florida. El-Kal- ah . Public Masonic services were held lost Friday at the Masonic Temple in Salt Lake City. Burial was in Mt. Olivet Cemetery. tion. Father John Harriinton, a native of Eureka, and a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Harrington, returned to Pakistan, where he will once again serve in the mission field in the area. He was ordained at Notre Dame, Ind., on June 29, 1933, and a year and a half later was rector of Little Flower Seminary at Bandhura Mission iin Bengal His first seven year tour was spent in spiritual and work at the Bandhura Mission, especially in training native priests, and then he was returned to America for a period of rest But before he could go back to the mission, the war in the Pacific stopped all travel for five years. During that time, Father Harrington served as an Air Force Chap- lain. He was a missionary to the Gaura tribe in 1947 and then iin October of that year, when India was split, Pakistan was formed in the east wing of the country and the bishop gave orgera for. the building of a college. Later he established the mens college St Gregorys. He was called back home for health reasons. After returning to Ameria he was superior of the Holy Cross Foreign Mission Seminar in Washington, D.C. and was made chairman of the committee on training missionaries for the 11th annaual Secretariat Conference in Washington. He has spent the past several months in Utah working in the varous parishes throughout the state. Before going to Pakistan, he will visit an aunt, Mrs. Kate Heehan in Ireland; then Rome to see Pope Paul VI, and when he gets to India, he will learn of his new assignment He has visited during the summer months with his two sisters, Mary, now Sister Mary St. Marys of the Denyse at Wasatch ' in Salt Lake, and Margaret superintendent of health nurses in Utah County. He has a brother, Joseph, who resides with his wife in California. flew directories out this week tm-por- al Ore Shipments Filtrol Corp., 1,140 tons clay. hal-loys- -- ie Martin Fennell, Jr., a student Salt Lake, and Mr. and Mrs. at the University of Utah in Craig Lindsay (Eileen Fennell) spent the weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fennell. Sunday guests of Mr. and Jack Coffey were Mrs. Arthur Coffey and son, Jim, of Salt Lake City. Mrs. Delivery of the new telephone directories in the Eureka and Goshen areas will begin Nov. 13, 1964, and win be completed Nov. 14, according to Theron W. Johnson, manager. The new directory includes over 36,000 listings and represents an increase of 1097 new listings over the 1963 book. A total of 550 directories will be delivered in the Eureka and Goshen areas. Products Development Company has been given the Job of delivering the new directories. This company specializes in livery of telephone directories throughout the Western United States. Local persons hired through the Utah Employment Service will be used in delivery work. Mr. Johnson stated that any customer not receiving his directory by Nov. 15, should call the Spanish Fork Business Office. Burial here for former Eurekan Mrs. Frances Hovey Heen, last week of natural causes in Glendale, Calif. She was bom Oct. 28, 1880, in Millville County to Joseph Grafton and Mary Ann Webster. She married Charles Taylor on June 1901 in Salt Lake City They made their home in Eureka for a number of years. He died Oct 2, 1926. She mer-rie- d 83, died Knute Heen, later divorced. She was a member of the Church of Jesus Christ of .Latter- Saints. After moving to Provo, she was employed at Dixon Taylor Russell Furniture. She later moved to Oakland, Calif., and returned to Provo after a few years, and moved to Orem in 1955, where she had since re-day sided. Survivors are a son, Burt Hovey Taylor, Oakland, Calif.; Mrs. Orton B. daughters, (Dorothy)" Meldrum, Orem; Mrs. George (Wanda) Bemar-di- , Tulsa, Okla.; fivo grandchildren, ine great grandchildren; oone brother, Bert Hovey, Orem; three sisters, Mrs. Nesta Lauritzen, Hyrum; Mrs. Hazel Chandler, Weiser, Idaho; and Mrs. Mayme Noel, Whittier, California. Funeral services were held last week at Berg Mortuary in Orem, and burial was in the Eureka City Cemetery.