Universal MlcrcrfllninG Pierpont Aye. Utah Salt Lake City 1, rp-14- 1 . Methodist Church Services Rev. Nicholson of Tooele, will be in Eureka Sunday evening to conduct services at the Eureka Methodist Church. The evening services will bo at 7:00 p.m. There will be no morning service. Sunday School will be at the regularly scheduled hour 10:00 am., with Virginia Randle, supt in charge. Sunday School Sunday School at the Methodist Church last Sunday was conducted ' by Supt Virginia Randle. The scripture reading was given by Pam Brady and the meditation by Mabel Butler. Rev. Nicholson dosed with The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, November 27, 1964 Vol. 62 Computer tells who; where on LDS Church Services ; Eureka Ward Dwaln Garbett presided at the Sunday evening services at the LDS Eureka Ward. The opening prayer was given by Loren Thampson, and the music was by Mayme Wirthlin at the organ, and Faye Ryan conducting. .. LaRue Fox was released as teacher, in the Sunday School. The sacrament song was sung by the Relief Society Singing Mothers. The program for the evening was put on by the Wilson Lee family, and was as follows: poem, Jana Regis; vocal solo, Laurie Lee. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Max Lee; a story by Bruce, son of Mr. and Mrs. Rex Lee; short talks wore given by Max and Rex Lee and by Larry Regis. The closing song was by the Lee family. The benediction was by John Castleton. These questions about . the record studentbody at BYU were answered this week ' by the big campus when asked by Leland Howard Campbell, director of institutional research. Records show the present total enrollment at 17,808, which is made up of 16,644 daytime students and 1,164 unduplicated evening students. The figure used in the statistical breakdown was only the 16,444 daytime students registered at the end of the third week of the semester. Of the latter, 8820 are men 7574 are women.' They come from every state in the nation and 828 sure from 50 foreign countries! Of the total, 4711 transferred to BYU from 513 other universities and colleges. ..The fireshman class is largest, with 5,695 students, followed by sophomores, 3,638; Juniors, 3,097; seniors, 2,799, five-ye- n- are there? . ar program,. 83; .graduate students, 1,132. S T News students are, members of the . Mormon Chinch, and they represent 374 stakes and 41 missions, with 21 of the stakes providing 100 or more students Enrolled this year are 4,051 returned LDS missionaries who have served. in 75 missions throughout the world. The 5,476 students from Utah represent only of the studentbody. Next larr gest representative come from California with 3,521 .students; Idaho, 1,531; Arizona, 636; Washington,. 578; Oregon. 545; Nevada,. 347;. Colorado, .280; . At the November Stake Sunday School preparation meeting the Eureka Ward was named MSunday School of the Month.' Max Berry is the superintendent with, assistants being Frank Ewell and William Thompson. During the meeting Mr. Ewell gave a response to one-thi- the honor received. He discussed the ways in which progress was made in the Sunday School organization. Two new regular Sunday School stake board members recently sustained were Virginia Cloud and .Joy Thompson. Mrs. Cloud will be in charge and direct the Course No. 5, department, which beginning the 1965 study agenda will be taught "Living Our Religion." Mrs. Thompson will preside No. 3, with the subject being, "Growing in the Gospel. The theme for 1965 for the general church Sunday School is "We'll Keep a Welcome." One of the socials listed for the future is the annual New Tear's Eve dance. It will be held Thursday evening, December 31, commencing at 9 p.m., with dancing to a special live holi- day special smorgasbord dinner at midnight More information regarding the dance will be given In the weeks ahead. Circle the calendar now. YMMIA basketball games are now being played at' the stake center each week, usually oh Thursday evening, but this week only, they will be held on Friday, Nov. 27, due to the Thanksgiving Day. holiday. There will be games every hour for an evening of sports excitement These games are held at the Cultural Hall and stake athletic director, Douglas Thomas is in charge. - Ore hal-loysi- per cent. of the Ninety-fiv- e 4 hlpmouts Filtrol Corp., 1140 tons day.- - A policy guide for managing pheasants was adopted by the Utah State Fish and Game Commission last week. The policy was prepared by members of the Landowner-SportsmeGame Department Committee, more commonly called the Triangle Committee. This was done at the request of the Commission Chairman. The policy guide reaffirms the position of all represented Commission, Departgroups ment, Farm Bureau, Fanners to Union and Sportsmen carunitedly work together in student body Y prayer. orchestra, followed by a Policy guide set up on pheasants Best Turkey Ever! Who are the Brigham Young University students? Where do they come from? How many . No. 48 te Canada, with 405 students, has the largest foreign student group. Others are Central . America and Mexico, 47; South America, 34; British Isles, 20; Continental Europe, 25; Eastern Mediterranean, 48; Southeast Asia, 17; Far .East, 111; Australia, 8 and Polynesia, . 16. YJewd YjoteA . A plump, golden-brow- n turkey bn the table is the season's No. 1 tradition. In this day and age knowing cooks know that preparing the bird is not a complicated job. They know, too, that the simple addition of Accent will make their turkey more flavorful, both inside and out Youll have the best turkey ever this year, if you'll follow these easy tips: Estimate the number of servings desired for the traditional bird serves about holiday feast and afterward. A 6- - to bird about 20. 10; a i4-- . to e Store frozen turkey in its wrapper to retain its moisture. Thaw gradually in' the refrigerator, allowing about 12 hours for. a small turkey, and 24 hours for a large one. Remove wrapped giblets from turkey cavity. e Wash turkey in cold running water. Pat inside dry with( ' paper towels and leave outside moist. Sprinkle the skin and cavities with Ac'cent to bring out the natural turkey flavor and emphasize the juicy quality of the' meat. Use 4 teaspoon Ac'cent per pound of turkey: Sprinkle the cavities; . divide half, the amount over the skin and inside rcmAinder between stuffing and grtvy." ' ' . e Allow about cup stuffing per pound of bird and pacb loosely; it swells during roasting. e Roast turkey in a slow oven (325F.) under a "tent" of aluminum foil to eliminate basting. Allow about 30 minutes a . pound for birds under 12 pounds, 20 to 25 minutes for. large! . birds. e After bird is cooked, let it stand about 20 minutes before serving. .This allows the juice to be better absorbed and mahf . nd 16-pou- . . Roy Gourley. Jr., and. .Bud Goiiriey, sons of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Gourley,. Sr., and Kenneth Taylor, son of Mr.. .and Mrs. Mark Taylor, left last week for Alaska on a special assignment' for Dugway Proving Grounds. The men's wives aiid children will remain .at home, during their husband's . . recommendations. Dffl hunting on spscfal areas permitted ' Deer hunters have a few nunc chances to bag a buckskin in Utah; all are confined to special either sex permits Jiving easier. Relief Society bazaar Dec. 3 The Relief Society bazar will be held Thursday, December 3, in the Eureka Ward Recreation Hall beginning at 11 a.m. Lunch will be served at noon and cakes, candy, pied and cookies will 'be sold as well as some excellent handiwork. flat, . . . Vola Nevers was in Spanish Fork on Tuesday, spending the day with her mother, Mrs. E. A. Stokes. Mrs. Saturday dinner guests of Mr.' and ..Mrs. Leslie Randle were their daughter, Marjorie, Jerry Boyns and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mitchell. All are attending the Utah' State University in Logan. The young people returned to Lpgan that evening. . . absence. ' and Mrs. Wilson Lee a business, trip .to. Salt Lake on Wednesday of last week. They .also, spent .a few hours with his son and family, the Max .Lees.. ;, 1 .. .. Mr. made, ge Yiws . pheasrying out a long-ranant management program which will be most beneficial to landowners and sportsmen. Primary features of the policy Include the management objective of providing the maximum recreation to the sportsmen of Utah consistent with preparation and utilization of the pheasant resource and compatible with other land uses and problems of landowners on an area basis. It likewise encourages the landowners and sportsmen to get together on a local basis and develop a uniformity of opinion on season rd 265. Wyoming, . Mr! and Mrs. Lynn Brady and daughters, Janet and Pam, drove to Provo on Sunday movie.. where they enjoyed i Dinner guests on Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. . Curtis Butler were hU sister and family the Kenneth! Hones, of Payson. . 'fe , . t . . Mrs. Grace Bernini' and Mrs. Ellen Muth were in Salt L&ke on Monday, where they com- bined, business and pleasure. I . Paul Johnson, 4 year. old son of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson, returned. home on Sunday, from the Payson Hospital, where he had been confined for several days, receiving treatment for complications following a siege of intestinal flu. -- LaSaL Delores though. The five-da- y special notice hunts planned for two portions of herd unit No. 27B, Range Creek-CedRidge and hunting area bounds extended ar Range ' 6-- 50 ' Utah Department of Fish and Game for November 28 to Dee. 13. There are plenty of permits remaining for either area. Department spokesmen pointed out that sportsmen who obtained a special permit for earlier hunts may not take part In this notice hunt siince each license holder is allowed only one special permit this year. They further reminded the sportsmen that the general tag is not valid and cannot be filled on this hunt Most of the Cedar Ridge and 5-d- . . Earl McIntyre, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steele McIntyre of Mammoth, spent the holidays here with his parents. He is a student at the Brigham Young V University in Provo. ay Little Park areas are public land with access into each via public roads. Little Park car - . Park have of Big Game Control and the ' Thisarea is open to. special permit only hunting from November 26 to December 20, The regular, or. general tag may not be. filled during this hunt The unlimited .number, of special either sex permits means opportunity for anyone wishing to go on one more deer hunt before hanging up the rifle for the year. Department spokesmen pointed out though .that each licensed sportsman is allowed only pne special permit this year. e been' announced by the Board The LaSal, Dolores area, for several years now a late season deer hunters paradise, win have a boundary extension this year. Because of deer concentrations in the vicinity of agricultural crops on ranches near Westerwater and other towns along the west bank of the Colorado River, the Board of Big Game Control this week authorized an extension of the LaSal, Dolores boundary to include all the land from the Colorado River west to highand north to U.S. way U-1- 28 Creek-Littl- be reabhed via U.S. and Horse Canyon. Public accesi to Cedar Ridge from highway is via Soldier Creek, Nine Mile Creek and that uj through Cottonwood Canyon. 6-- 50 6-- 50 , Dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mr .and Mrs Wilson Lee were their daugtei and family, Mr .and Mrs. Larry Regis of Spring Glen, and twe sons and their families, Mr. an( Mrs. . Max Lee of Salt - Lata and Mr. and Mrs. Rex Lee a Bountiful. - Mr. and Mrs. Bob Robinsoi made a business trip to Prow on Monday of this week.