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i 9 December 11, 1964 THE EUREKA ' (UTAH) REPORTER Page Two J lEurrka JRrportrr lyp Questionnaires go to sportsmen - PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT EUREKA, UTAH Printed By ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Sprinfville, Utah Part of the questionaires mailed out to the sportsmen throughout the state by the Department of Fish and Game. Recipients of these harvest questionaires are selected annually on a random basis through the use of Department license files. Sportsmen who receive these letters can contribute valuable information toward better future management of the States game animal resources by filling out the forms accurately and returning them promptly. Department spokesmen further reminded that it is im- CHILDREN HAVE NEVER BEEN BETTER DRESSED THAN THEV ARE TODAY. .AND A LOOK AT THE FAST PROVES IT. BACK IN 1760 CHILDREN WERE STILL BEIN& DRESSED LIKE MINIATURE ADULTS. matter February 10, 1948, at the Entered an second-clas- s post office, Eureka, Utah, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Subscription In Advance. Per Year, $4.00: Per Copy, 10c. MRS. BELLE COFFEY Correspondent Publisher HARRISON CONOVER Editor WOODROW WEIGHT IN THE 1850'S GIRLS WERE SUBJECTED TO FULL LENGTH TROUSERS, AN ARTICLE THAT WAS CONSIDERED ABSOLUTELY ESSENTIAL. DRESSES WITH PUFFED SLEEVES AND CAPS WITH RUFFLES ONLY EMPHASIZED THE NAMember: UTAH STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION WEEKLY TIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, INC. CLASSIFIEDS Rate: 5c per word; minimum 1.00. Rtrun Rite: 50c (up to 5 linos). LAIKDS MARKET Fresh Meats, Groc Dalrj Products and Produce. Frozen Foods Delivery - Tues.-Thurs.-S- Phone 433-68- at 08 FOR SALE FENDER Guitars, Basses and amplifiers. Also various nonelectric guitars. All prices Herger Music, 158 So. 1st Dll West, Provo. Legal Notices Guardianship Notices Probate and Paul Hansen was in Salt Lake on Monday attending a meeting for the members of the Utah Chapter of National Pearl Harbor Survival Associa- ed 1-1- nwknek, W, N, WANTED To buy a two or three-bedroo- m modem home in Eureka. Send all details to: SMS John McCormick USAF Command Post (AFXOPXS) The Pentagon Washington, D.C. . with evidence that a copy thereof has been served on the Utah State Land Board, within 80 days from date of last publication Indicated below. Where the State of Utah may have Already transferred the lands to private ownership, ths issuance of a patent will not affect the present owners title to the lands. J. E. KEOGH Manager First publication November 27, 1964. Last publication December 25, you doubt you can get any relief from arthritic and rheumatic pains? Get 100 STANBACK tablets or 30 STANBACK powders, use as directed. If you do not get relief? return the unused part and your purchase price will be refunded. Stanback Company, Salisbury, N. C TODAY... WHEN BUYING WOMENS AND CHILDREN'S APPAREL LOOK FOR THIS LABEL.. THE SYMBOL OF labor wav of life. decency; fair STANDARDS AND THE American of the Pearl Harbor bombing. WW Do claims and double talk make UNWASHABLE. . W, ARTHRITIS-RHEUMATIS- M WERE OVERLY FUSSY; TOO OFTEN WHITE... AND Paul was one of the very few survivors in one of the hangers when the Japs struck. There are 78 Utah survivors 5 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 11 T. - S., R. 6 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 Consult County Clerk or tho Utah 0124636 T. 11 S., R. 7 Respective Signers for Further Information W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 S., R.8W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, T. 11 S., R.9W. Secs. 36 NOTICE T. 11 S., R. 2, 16, 32, 36 BUREAU OF. LAND MAN10 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. AGEMENT, Land Office, Salt 11 S., R. 11 W. Secs, 2, 16, Lake City, Utah. T. 11 S., R. 12 W. 32, 36 Notice is hereby given that Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 the State of Utah, under the Utah 0124637 T. 11 S., R. 13 provisions of the Act of ConW. Secs. 2, 16, 36 T. 11 S., gress approved June 21, 1934 R. 14 W. Secs. 2, 36 T. 11 (48 Stat. 1185; 43 U.S.C. 871a) S.- , R. 15 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, has filed application for the isT. 11 S., R. 16 W. Secs. 36 suance of a confirmatory patT. 11 S., R. 2. 16, 32, 36 ent for the following-describe- d 17 W. Sec. 2, WHNEK, lends granted to the State unWKSEK Secs. 16, 32, 36 der various acts of Congress T. 11 S., R. 18 W. Secs. for the support of common 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 11 K S., R. schools: 2 W. Sec. 36 T. 12 S., R. Utah 0101259 T. 10 S., R. 11 1 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 10 Utah 0124638 T. 12 S., R. 3 S.- f R. 12 W. Secs. 16, 32, 36 W. Secs. 16, 32, 36 T. 12 Sec. 2, Lots 1, 2, SEJ4NEU, 8., R. 4 W. Secs. 2, 32, 16, 36 EftSEK T. 12 S., R. 5 W. Sec. 2, Utah 0101263 T. 8 S., R. 19 EH, SWK Sec. 16, 32 T. W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 T. 12 S., R.6W, Secs. 2, 16, 36, 9 S., R. 19 W. Secs. 2, 36 Sec. 32 16, NEK, NHSEK, SEKSEK. Utah 0124680 T. 8 S., R. 20 Sec. 32, W. Sec. 36 NEKNWK, T. 9 8., R. 20 NH, SWK, NWKSEK, 8 W. Sec. 36 T. 10 S., R. 20 T. 10 S., R. 19 W. W. Sec. 36 SEK T. 11 S., R. 19 Secs. 2, 16, 36 W. Sec. 16, EH, EHWH Sec. T. 11 S., R. 20 W. Sec. Utah 0120732 T. 10. S., R. 2 36 W. Sec. 2, Lota 23 to 86 in36 clusive Sec. 36 Salt Lake Meridian, Utah Utah 0124635 T. 8 S., R. 2 W. Persons aserting a claim to any Secs. 2, 16, 32, 86 T. 9 S., of the above-describland R. 2 W. Secs. 2, 16, 32, 36 other than through the State, T. 10 S., R 1 W. Sec. 16 Sec. or having a bonafide objection 36, Lots 2, to the proposed issuance of Lots 15, 16 T. 10 8., 4 W. Sec. 2 Sec. patent, are required to file pro82, eknek. wk tests or notice of their claims NWK, SH Sec. 36, SEK with the Land Office Manager, T. 11 S., R. 4 W. Secs. 2, P. O. Box 11505, Salt Lake 36 Sec. 16, WSWK, City, Utah 84111. Any claims EftSEK sec. 32, Lots 1, 2, 3, or objections must be filed, a WAS CONSIDERED THE ERA OF CANDIDLY IMPRACTICAL CLOTHING. CLOTHES bombed. N, NHSWK, NWKSEK Utah 0124636 T. 11 S., R. portant for hunters to return the questionaire form regardless of whether the individual was or was not afield during the season, and regardless of whether a kill was made. THE BEGINNING OF THE 2QTH CENTURY tion. Special services were held at the City Cemetery and Capt. Mervin Bennion, one of the casualties was honored at the services. He was on the USS West Virginian when it was 35,000 deer kill are now being Paul is the son of Mrs. Ro-an- na Hansen, and a second son, Raymond, was on one of the cruisers at Pearl Harbor at the time of the bombing, but the cruiser had just pulled out shortly before the attack. Mrs. Anna McDonnel returned home Wednesday morning k from a vacation California in where she spent visited with members of her family She spent Thanksgiving Day in Long Beach at the home of her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. William McDonnel, who were hosts at a family dinner. Covers were laid for 21 family members. She visited in Bur- two-wee- CARD OF THANKS Mv sincere thanks and appreciation Is extended to all those who were so thoughtful and kind during my recent stay in the Payson Hospital. Special thanks to exll tended for the many to flowers and tetters, cards, those who called on me during my hospital confinement, and to those who made it possible for Mr. Haynes to get to the hospital every day during nqr hospital stay. (Signed) Ted Haynes get-we- Our sincere appreciation is extended to all those who helped In any way to make our bazaar held last week, such a success. We are very grateful to all the who patronized the bazaar and to the members for their donations of food and handwork and other Items which were sold during the day. Eureka Ward Relief Society non-memb- ers We wish to thank the peon, ple of Tintlc for their when the road leading to the Hannifin ranch was closed for 48 hours on. November 29 and 80. Townspeople were very cooperative in honoring the closing of the road and used a round about way to gain access to the Eureka City Cemetery and the city dump grounds. Mr. and Mrs. Brennan Hannifin coop-eartlo- New! bank with another daughter, Mrs. Maureen Dunn and in Norwalk, where she visited with Mr. and Mrs. Myron Milne and family; another stop was made at the home of Mr. n and Mrs. Norman Milne in to. She also spent a few days at Costa Mesa with a grandson and his family, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Dunn. Last Saturday in company with her two daughters, Mrs. Lila Milne and Mrs. Maureen Dunn, she made a trip to Knotts Berry Farm. Mrs. Norman Milne and two daughters accompanied Mrs. McDonnel to Eureka, where they will visit at the home of her father, Lee Bird. Her mother, Elna Bird is confilned to the hospital in Provo and Mrs. Milne will remalin here for several days to be with her mother when she returns home from the hospital Ad-ela- Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingston were in Orem last week, where they were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Johnson. Kent Bigler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Mac Bigler returned home on Tuesday after being confined to the Payson Hospital for several days, where he un- derwent surgery Friends are wishing him continued improvement Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kokal, students at the University of Utah in Salt Lake, were home for the weekend visiting with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ryan. Friends of Ted Haynes will be happy to know that he was sufficiently recovered from a recent illness to return home on Thursday of last week. He had spent five weeks in the Payson Hospital after undergoing major surgery. His many friends are wishing him continued improvement and a speedy return to health. 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