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top' nud iai PAeroontJ Ave Methodist Church Services at the Sunday morning services at the Eureka The speaker Methodist Church will be an ordained minister from India. He is doing graduate work at the Brigham Young University in Provo. The church service will be at 11:00 a.m., and all those interested are given an invitation to attend. Sunday School will be at the regular hour, 10:00 a.m., preceding the church service. Supt Virginia Randle will be in charge. LDS Services Eureka Ward Sunday morning services at the Eureka LDS Ward were conducted by William Thompson. The invocation was given by Harold Fox; music was under the direction of Mayme Wirthlin at the organ and Faye Ryan, chorister. The following were made members of the ward: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Caldwell and family; David Grill, Gladys Houghton, Lola Nlssley and daughter, Susanna. ' "f William Boyd Maxwell was conformed by Duane Garbett; Beth Lovell by Eldon Lovell; Ellen Rae Snell by David Garbett, Jr., and Randy Snell by Bishop Denton Bartschi. Die benediction was given by Carl Sanstrom. The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, December Vol. 62 Sealta Class Santa Claus will make his animal visit to the children of Tlntle District, Saturday evening December 19, at 7:00 pan. He will meet the chll- dien at the Tlntle High School Auditorium, and all the children in the district are invited to come out and see the Jolly old fellow, and The annual Christmas Operetta, as presented by the Tintic Elementary School will be held on Friday eveniing December 18, 1964, in the Tintic High School gymnasium. The per ord high. The mail volume has been rising at a rate of nearly three percent a year for the past several ' yars and this is most strongly reflected round the holiday season. The Eureka postmaster reports that public cooperation is one important reason that post offices around the country are able to handle this huge mountain of mail in such a abort period. People who shop early and get their cards and parcels into the mails early make it possible for the holiday mail to be delivered on time. Imagine what it would be like if we were to get all the holiday mails the last week before Christmas. In addition to early mailing, the postmaster has several other suggestions which will help the postal employees move this avalanche of mail. Using ZIP codes will help handle the mails faster because of a new transportation and distribution set-uDuring this time of the year, the faster mail is processed the better chance it has to make connections with outgoing trains, planes and trucks. Postmaster Larson also recommends that all parcels be hard-worki- ng p. Tfmud Wot Mrs. Grace Bernini and Mrs. Leona Franks drove to Provo on Tuesday, where they combined business and pleasure. Mrs. Winona Thomas returned home Tuesday evening, from the Payson Hospital where she was given a series of tests for an undetermined illness. formance will begin at 7:30 pm., and the public is invited to attend. No seats will be reserved and there is no admission cost A dress rehearsal list all Eureba's oldest resident will iday spirit. be 100 Saturday, December 12 their wants for Christmas. A beautiful Christmas tree will add to the hol- Greetings to Tintics senior citizen, George N. Chiulus, who will be 100 years young on Saturday, Dec. 12. Mr. Chiulus was born in Kyvere, Greece on Dec. 12, 1864. He and his 1928 Model A Ford are familiar sights on Eureka streets. He has been an interesting figure in mining in famed Tntic mining, and ffotu.. . Friends of Charlie Eden will be pleased to know he is recuperating nicely in the Payson Hospital, where he is receiving treatment for pneumonia. He was taken to the hospital last Friday evening. Continued improvement is being wished by his many friends. Mailing for Christmas expected to top ail previous records Postmaster Larson reports that the post office department is predicting that the volume of mail during this years Christmas rush will hit a rec- No. 50 11, 1964 has unbounded faith in the future of Tintic. His looks and alert mind certainly belie his age and he could easily pass for a much younger man. He has been in Eureka since 1903. He spent in Park City and a Short-timother mining towns- - in the state before settling in Eureka. He worked in the mines around the district until 1911, when he acquired his own property in North .Tintic. For many years he lived alone at his property at North Tintic, and made trips to town in all kinds e securely, "packed and that the address tightly Included be inside the package aa well as on the outside. This helps assure delivery even if the outer wrapping comes loose. The postmaster points out that "because ZIP Code on parcels usually means amore direct routing and leas handlings, the chance of damage is drastically reduced. Finally, Postmaster Larson says that the use of the new Christmas stamps helps to brighten up envelopes and packages. wrapped v of weather. He has lived in town for the past few winters, but still matinee makes his home in North Tintic during the summer months. His faithful old 1928 car gets where he wants to go and like two old friends they travel together over the rough terrain leading to his property. Interested friends keep watch over him when winter sets in and he hasn't moved into town, but he comes to Eureka in his own good time, and goes on his 'way, probably remembering with a sigh some of his heartaches and also some of his profitable experiences and there have been plenty of both kinds in his years of mining in Tintic. He has many interesting stories 4o tall of his life in Eureka. The residents of ' the entire district join in extending congratulations and best wishes to him, and all are happy to say "Happy Birthday, George on your 100th birthday anniversary. The Reporter adds their good wishes to those of his friends in wishing him happiness for future years -- vis- handles parts. the apeaklng . Mabel Butter is the accompanist, with Mir. LaVon Chappell the musical director. Each elementary teacher has been responsible for the training of his or her own group. They are: Rosdla Flnlinson, Anderson, Elizabeth Agnes Gertrude Church, Ivan Haynes, Carlisle, Eartean Gear, and Alexander Blight Mrs. I . lock; representative to the Rebekah Assembly, Minnie Painter and alternate, Irma Jas person; three-yetrustwo-ye- ar ar tee, Alice Peart Cards were dispensed with for the eveniing and in the drawing for the prizes, high cut was won by Mrs. Jasperson, low cut Alice Peart Ethel Brenton and Virginia Bradford were hostesses for the evening and served tasty refreshments. Ore Shipments Filtrol Corp., 1140 tons clay. hal-loys- ite Mr and Mrs. Orlando (Iks) Mr. and Mrs. Jbn Snow of Compton, Calif and Mr. and after grade rou-tim- teams of the stake participated in the games. Funds derived from the candy and pop com sales will be added to the fund for the score board which will be purchased in the future. iting here for a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Vem Nevera. the first and second grades are "Bells and Frost Sprites," the third graders are "Christinas Tree Ornaments," with the fourth grade as "Christmas Gifts." The fifth grade serves as a choir, while the sixth Columbia Rebekah Lodge No. 2, met last Thursday in regular session, with Noble Grand, Colleen McNulty conducting. : e After disposing of the election business session, of officers was held with the following results: Helen Laird, Noble Grand; Vola Nevera, vice grand; Irma Jaqperson, recording secretary; Anna Franks, financial secretary; Virginia Bradford, treasurer; Nellie Laird, district deputy grand; Vola Nevers, one year representative to Rebekah Assembly; alternate, Myrtle Whit- Primary children of the wards will be entertained in separate and individual activities this year. The last Primary day of the year, children of the First and Second Wards will enjoy a holiday party. Other wards will bring the Christmas spirit into the lives of the children also. The Harvest Festival and auction held in November, proved to be a financial as well as a social success. The mony raised that evening, will be added to the buildiing fund. Next Tuesday, Dec. 15, there will be a priesthood session at the temple for the stake members. Candy and pop com were sold at the YMMIA basketball games held Thursday and Friday, Dec. 10 and 11. All the Calif., left Thursday Christmas Wish and takes place in the Wentworth Or phanage. A plot is developed when it is learned that Mr. and Mrs. Wentworth are about to stop supporting the institution. To save the orphanage, it la decided to invite Mr. and Mrs. to the annual Wentworth Christmas party. At the suggestion of Peter, a new little boy, everyone makes a wish that the orphanage will be saved. When the couple actually see the children and hear the program, they decide to continue their support All of the elementary school children will participate, with the kindergarten playing the part of "Gingerbread Cookies", Columbia Rebekah elects officers S T News Mrs. Ed Snow of Englewood, will be held Friday afternoon at 1:00 pm. The operetta is entitled "The .....InpokH will observe George N. Chiulus, a resident since 1908 in Eureka, 12. He is a December here 100th Saturday, his anniversary native of Greece. . pttMa a; ihn.d Hopkln of Buena Vista, Colo, were overnight guests on Sunday at the home of Mrs. Hop-kin- 's sister Mrs. Clara 'Larson.