TV Pr Universal Microfilolns Ave. 141 Plerpont Salt take" City 1, Utah T Lay speaker from Christ Methodist Church of Salt Lake City,' will be in Eureka on Sunday to conduct the services at the. church. Sunday School last Sunday was under direction of Supt. Virginia Randle. The scripture was read by Nancy Johnson and the meditation was given by Alliene Farren. Debby Ewell closed with prayer. Meeting, Thursday There will be a meeting for members of the Methodist Church next Thursday evening at the church, when plans will be made for the Christmas Sunday School program. The meeting will be at 8:00 p.m. St Patrick's Church There will be no Religion Classes on Saturday of this week. The ladies of the Confraternity of Christian Doctrine, will hold classes on Monday, with Mrs. Joseph Bernini and Mrs. Harold Spencer in charge of the regular classes. The high school group will meet on Monday after school, instead of the regular day, Tuesdav. Mrs. Cecil Fitch is the instructor for this group. Parents are urged to see that their children attend these classes. Tuesday classes, with Marie Evans in charge will be as usual. Su"dav Mass at Eureka will be at 9:00 am., and in Nephi at 11:00 o'clock in the Colonial Manor. Masses on Tuesday. Dec. 8, a Holv Day of Obligation, will be at 7:00 a.m., and 5:00 in Eureka. pm. LDS Church Services Eureka Ward Bishop Denton Bartschi conducted the . Sunday evening services at the Eureka Ward. The opening prayer was given by Paul Fawson. and the music was under direction of Eola Parrish at the organ and May-m-e WirthUn as chorister. Bob Robinson was made First Counselor to the YMMIA and Jov Thompson and IweT were made teachers in the Mutual Improvement Association. Ann Birrell was made snorts director in the Young Womens MIA and also a worker in the Junior Sunday School. William Thompson was released as 2nd counselor in the Sunday School, and Don Franks was sustained as 2nd counselor in the Sunday School. Speakers were William Thompson. Duane Garbett and Bishop Bartschi. Mrs. Arlene Milne sang a solo, and was accompanied by her mother, Mrs. Eola Parrish who is a guest at the Milne home. The benediction was given by Max Wayne Berry. La-da- wn - ttlM The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, December 4, Vol. 62 New booh off Some fishing Accident tabes A new home teaching program has been started in the stake. The plan is to help par- presses today waters open until Dec. 31 husband's life . School officials visit in district Supt. Paul Fawson and Prin- cipal Lavon Chappell made a trip to Qaiim and Partoun on of this week. Enroute to Callao, they toured the To- paz area and the berryllium deposit in Juab County. Mr. Fawson inspected the Callao and Partoun Schools, and made the acquaintance of the new board member for Tintic School District from Callao, Viola Card. "History of the Chester Ward" is the title of a new book off the presses today and ready for sale throughout the Sanpete County area. The book, illustrated with numerous pictures was complied and written by J. Emil Jensen, prominent church man of that community. The volume contains biographical sketches of early settlers and also family and historical data of early "pioneers to Chester as well as recording those who have served in a church capacity and in offices in the community. It was printed by Art City Publishing Company of Springville. Books may be purchased from Mr. Jensen or Bishop Charles Puzey at Chester. Mail orders will be accepted. Although the 1964 general angling season came to a close throughout the state on November 30, the Department of Fish and Game today. reminded anglers that more than and 200 .lakes, reservoirs streams remain open to fishing on a 24 hour a day basis through December 31. Streams in this area Include those of Utah County which includes all waters- west of Highway 91 except Spring Creek and Goshen Creek. In Sanpete, Gunnison Reservoir, Nine-Mi- le Reservoir, Sanpitch River proper, Sevier River proper, Wales Reservoir and Yuba Reservoir. In Juab all waters except Cherry Creek Reservoir, Burraston Ponds and Goshen Creek. - Former' resident Ore Shipments dies in Sandy Filtrol Corp., 840 tons day.' Mrs. Agnes Malcolm Beck Lewis, 73, of Sandy, and a former resident of Eureka, died last Tuesday, Nov. 24, 1964, at her home in Sandy of a heart ailment. She was bom in Tooele Nov. 16, 1891 to John G. and Rhoda Tate Malcolm. She received her education in the Eureka schools, and later graduated the University of Utah in Salt Lake. She married Dean J. Beck, August 15, 1912 in Farmington. They made their home in Eureka 'for many years. He died in 1953. Shortly after his death she moved to Sandy, where she had since resided. She married Arthur J. Lewis, April 1957 in Elko, Nevada. She was a former school teacher, and a member of the University Alumni Club, Midvale Community Club, WBA Women, Relief Society teacher, Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Survivors include her band; two daughters, Mrs. FTed (Marguerite) Bauer; Mrs. James (Patricia) Sullivan, Glynco, Ga.; two grandchildren; one great grandchild. Funeral services were conducted Saturday, and burial was in Midvale Cemetery. hus-Mond- ay .Hoi-lada- giving holiday weekend here with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Boswell, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson and the Clarence Wilde family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Baum of Provo, and Nephi Stewart of Payson, were Thanksgiving Day dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stewart Miss Frances Jones, who is employed in Tooele, spent the Thanksgiving holidays in John Jones returned home Monday evening from Payson hospital, where he had been confined for the past week, where he was treated for a siege of pneumonia. Continued improvement is being wished by his many friends. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Parrish of Echo, Oregon, are guests of their daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Alan Milne at their home in Mammoth. son-inla- w, y; m Mr. and Mrs. Maury Newman and two boys of Bakersfield, spent Thanksgiving holidays here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ryan. They came to Eureka for the wed ding of her sister, Shanna and Tom Kodal, which was solemnized last Saturday evening. They left for their home Sunday morning. . Dark bones mean younger fowls "Are chickens with dark bones fit to eat " Yes they are, reports U.Si D e p artment of Agriculture Poultry specialists noting that dark bones in no way affect the wholesomeness or the vor of poutry meat hal-loys- ite Kin of former . Mr. and Mrs. Glen Wilde and family of Dugway. and Mr. and Mrs. Gary Boswell and daughter of Tooele, spent Thanks- No. 49 S T News ents and family members to teach in the homes. Our stake presidency and bishoprics have held several sessions to make plans and prepare the special program. A ward training program is to be held the first two weeks of December with members of the high council to advise and assist Once again you are reminded of the annual MIA New Years Eve dance, which is scheduled for Thursday, Dec. 31. Special decorative ideas are being planned to set the stage for a gala evening for youth and parents. Contact ward leaders for dinner tickets. MIA quartet festivals, held each year in our wards will again this year be held the ' latter part of February. Ward winners will then participate in the annual stake festival ' later in the month. More details to follow. Suffice it to say that quartets are urged to come forth and plan now to participate in this delightful musical evening.. Registration of Scouts is be lng held throughout the stake with Cubs, Scouts and Explorers being urged to complete registration and send results to Don Madsen, Stake Scouting Institutional Representative. Tuesday, Dec. 17, is Relief Society leadership meeting at 10:00 a.m., at the stake center. All ward and stake leaders are urged to be present Basketball games are being played at the stake center each Thursday, beginning at 6 p.m. Recently First Ward won in a bout with First B team; Second A won over Second B; Eureka won over Genola; Goshen over Genola B. Day dinner Thanksgiving guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Morris were Mr. and Mrs. Marion Hopes and fnmllv of Sandy, Harold Kay of Grantsville and Mr. and Mrs. Reed Pett 1964 fla- Dark bones actually are a sign of a young bird, the specialists say. And the reason you are seeing more of them lately is because producers are marchickens, keting broiler-fryduckfryer-roastand turkeys ling at an earlier age. er er Gratitude Is not only the greatest of virtues, but the parent of all the others. Eureimn dies Mr. and Mrs. Elmo Boswell and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Sanderson were in Salt Lake Monday evening visiting with a Bister, Mrs. Verda S. Gourley Korbakis, who is confined to the Holy Cross Hospital, after a car accident last Saturday, evening. The car in which she was a passenger, was driven by her husband, James N. Korbakis, who was fatally injured collision on the in a two-cMrs. Korcrossroads. Draper of Euresident former a bakis, reka, suffered a fractured pelvis, severe facial lacteratlons and shock. Her many friends in Tintic are sincerely regretting the accident and all are wishing her a speedy and complete recovery from her injurar ies. services for Mr. Korbakis were conducted Tuesday noon in the Masonic Temple. He was 'a member of Masonic Argenta Lodge No. 4, Salt Lake City. He was a retired restaurant owner. Burial was in Mount Olivet Cemetery. Survivors are his widow, Salt Lake, stepson, Carlyle Gourley, Provo; a Mrs. Shirley G. Mitchell, Orem; 11- -. and one brother, Chris N. Korbakis, Magna. Funeral stey-daugh-t- er, step-grandchild- ren Word was received in Eureka on Saturday, Nov. 29, 1964. of the death of Richard Vem Firth, 37, in a Salt Lake hos-fTo- m puai Hewas bom in Salt Lake City, September 16, 1927, to Ralph Charles and Arvilla Jenson Firth. He was a veteran of World War II, and an employee of the Capitol Chevrolet for 14 years. His father, Ralph Firth, a former resident of Eureka died November 10, 1964. Survivors include his widow, two daughters and one son of Salt Lake; his mother, Mrs. Ralph Firth, all of Salt Lake; and one sister, Mrs. Shirley Martin, Erie, Pa. Funeral services were conducted Tuesday at Winder Fifth LDS Ward Chapel in Salt Lake. Burial was in Memorial Gardens of the Valley. BYll vs Oregon this weekend in Y fieldhouse Brigham will open Young University 'its pre-seas- on hoop schedule with two home contests Friday and Saturday night in the Y Fieldhouse against the Oregon team. Tipoff time will be 8 p.m. each night. Coach Stan Watts has one of the most promising squads in several years and with fans aware of this, ticket sales reportedly have been brisk at the Y ticket office, according to Dave Schultess. Coach Watts has a talented string of lettermen returning this year and coupled with the unbeaten Frosh outfit of last year, should come up with one of the better teams in .the WAC this year. i - 1 Joseph Passie dies in Ely Joseph Passie. 68, a former resident of Eureka died in Elv, Nevada, Friday, November 26, 1964, after a long illness. He was bom July 5, 1896 in Leadville, Colorado, to John and Anna Passie. He married Myrtle Pope in Nephi, May 24, 1918. He was a veteran- of World War 1, and they made their home in Eureka for several years before moving to Ely, Nevada, where he had since resided. Funeral services were conducted Monday morning in Ely, Nevada. The body was brought to Eureka Tuesdav morning, where the Jolley Mortuary of Payson took charge and burial was in the Salem City Cemetery. The grave was dedicated by Mel Hanks. Accompanying the body to Eureka were his widow, his sister and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Tom McLaughlin and Ed Hopes of Ely, Nevada; and Bert Hanks, Jr. also of Ely. Relatives joining the cortage at Eureka and making the trip to Salem for the burial were Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hanks, Howard Hanks and daughter, Katie of Price; Mr .and Mrs. John Morley and daughter, Mrs. Loring McMorris of Provo; Mrs. Helen Hassell, Orem. Albert Morley of Reno attended the services held in Ely, Nevada. Other family members attending the burial services at Salem were Marion Hopes, Sandy; Herbert Hopes, Salt Lake; Don Hopes, Elberta. - Three out of four alcoholics are between the ages of 35 and 05, M ..i m .......