fhtreka Reporter Stye PUBLISHED WEEKLY AT EUREKA, UTAH Printed By ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY matter February 10, 1048, at the Entered aa 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. KTCT.T.m COFFEY Correspondent Publisher HARRISON CONOVER Editor WOODROW WEIGHT NAMember: UTAH STATE PRESS ASSOCIATION WEEKLY TIONAL EDITORIAL ASSOCIATION INC. NEWSPAPER REPRESENTATIVES, 1HUUII! LW.'!!! CLASSIFIEDS rz Guardianship Notices Probate and S MARKET Fresh Meats, Groc., Dairy Comult County Cltrk or the Roipoetivo Signora for Further Information Products and Produce. Frozen Foods Delivery - Tues.-Thurs.-S- Phone ssimm 433-680- at NOTICE TO CREDITORS 8 rn s Estate of FRED JOHNSON, ENGINEERING Registered professional engineer. Mining metallurgy. Consulting and field by appointment. G. B. Riding, 70 W. 3rd N., 489-540- Spring-vill- 0, e. AlOtfc FOR SALE deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at 275 North Main, Spanish Fork, Utah, on or before the 18th day of October 22 choice location. Good lots. building Also Reasonable. homes, all kinds and prices. See Hurst Realty, 379 North Main, AilOtfc Spanish Fork. Miscellaneous sented in accordance with the provisions of Utah Code Annotated (1953) and with as verification proper required therein. Lucy Roylance Johnson Executor Attorney Richard M. Taylor for Taylor and Stanger Published in the Eureka Reporter July 16, 23. 30, Aug. 6, 1965. NOTICE TO CREDITORS 433-693- 2, LOST SMALL brown puppy, 6 weeks old. He has black on his back and on tail, and white marks on his chest. He is a boys pet, and the family is anxious to have him return5, ed. If found, please call 433-667- Eureka. Painting pointer Some homeowners may like to change the color of the aluminum siding on their homes. You can paint aluminum siding either conventional oil latex-typ- e house paints, according to The Aluminum Association. uled at Brigham Young University for Aug. Seven regular faculty members and guest artist will conduct discussions in hair color, styling, salon management, human relations, chemistry as applied to cometology and creative artistic trends. Faculty members are Charles W. Halford, commercial artist; Dr. H. Smith Broadbent, pron fessor of chemistry, BYU; Craven, director of BYU auxiliary special services and training; Don Eppich, salon owner; Franz Johansen, member of the BYU art faculty, Mary Kawakami, teacher of cosmetology and Kathy Taylor, 2-- 5. Ru-lo- model. clinSessions of the four-da- y L. Ernest held in the ic will be Wilkinson Center. Sponsors of the workshop are BYUs Division of Continuing Education and the Utah Hairdressers and Cosmetologists Association. A.D. 1965; claims must be pre- HOUSE work, will do washing and ironing in my home. Call Eureka. modified or acrylic Cosmetology Clinic for beauticians, teachers of cosmetology and managers and owners of beauty salons has been sched- Workshop at Y 75-9-- 5, IN PAYSON WANTED si Legal Notices Rata: 5c par word; minimum 1.00. Rarun Rata: 50c (up to 5 linos). Cosmetologist clinic offered The sixth annual Advanced Utah Springville, with July 30, 1965 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Page Two A brush or spray paint equipment may be used. For directions on good surface preparation, follow the recommendations of your paint supplier. Estate of IDA ERICKSON, deceased. Creditors will present claims with vouchers to the undersigned at the ofice of James P. McCune, attorney at law, 53 North Main Street, Nephi, Utah, on or before the 20th day of October A.D. 1965; claims must be presented in accordance with the provisions of Sec. Utah Code Annotated 1953, and with proper verification as required there75-9-- 5, in. Carl A. Holm, Administrator of the estate of Ida Erickson. Deceased Published in the Eureka Reporter July 16, 23, 30, August 6, 1965. NOTICE I will not be responsible for any debts contracted by anyone, other than myself. (Signed) Ted Hannifin Published in the Eureka Reporter July 23, 30, August 6. for journalists High school journalists will be able to sharpen their abilities during the summer at the Brigham Young University publications workshop. The 9th annual workshop will aid staffs in preparation of a better publication as well as teach them new techniques. The five-da- y event, August will join BYU faculty n with Rocky Mountain journalists for the informative sessions. Courses will be taught in letterpress and duplicated papers, yearbook, advertising and photography, teaching students the latest skills and making use of the modern facilities of the campus. Sessions will be held in the new Wilkinson Center at BYU. Students will be housed in campus residence halls, and eat in University cafeterias. Leisure hours during the week are filled with organized parties, swimming, movies, watermelon bust and other activities. Concluding the workshop will be a farewell banquet. Graduate college credit, is offered for advisers by writing in advance to Dr. Oliver R. Smith, Communications Department, BYU. 9-1- 3, Even after chilling for several hours, Cereal Applesauce Cream retains its fine flavor and texture. dessert to prepare for company that Herea an easy, has all of the charming delicacy of a French custard. Simple as, it isato make, the agreeable crunch of malted cereal granules provides good texture contrast to velvety pudding and tangy applesauce. A jar of applesauce, a package of instant vanilla pudding and a cup of malted cereal granules are the chief ingredients. You merely make the pudding as directed on package, using two cups milk, and then layer, cereal, fruit sauce and pudding in a pretty compote. Because of breakfast cereals' multifaceted flavors and forms, they lead themselves to creative cookery such as this elegant dessert Cereal Applesauce Cream 1 cup malted cereal granules I teaspoon cinnamon 2 tablespoons melted butter or margarine 3 tablespoons sugar 1 can (1 pound, X ounce) applesauce (about do-ahe- . ad 2 cups) 1 tablespoon lemon juice Combine malted cereal granules, butter or margarine, and of crumbs evenly over bottom c sugar; mir well. Sprinkle 1 shallow Combine and mix applesauce, dish. baking quart lemon juice, and cinnamon; spoon evenly over crumbs. Sprinkle of the remaining cereal mixture. 'Prepare instant pudwith ding mix as directed on package label, using 2 cups milk. Four over crumbs and sprinkle remaining cereal on top. Chill. Serve plain, or with whipped cream or dessert topping, as desired. -- Yield: 6 to 8 servings. well-know- Glassy-eye- d Many persons have been injured by walking through the fixed glass panel of an aluminum sliding glass door. To prevent such glass injuries, Architectural Aluminum Manufacturers Association advises that you have tempered safety glass in your sliding glass expensive 1965. My The Nobel Peace Prize was not awarded in cither 1955 or irf than The Liberty Bell, one of the nation's most cherished shrines, suffered its historic crack while tolling for the funeral of U.S. Chief Justice John Marshall in July, 1835. SCIENCE SKETCHES MORNING GLORY seeds can b a menace, says the American Medical Assn. When eaten they produce a psychic reaction similar to LSD, a potent drug which induces hallucinations. Baby shampoo can be used to wash leather gloves and it's less doors. Next best safety idea is to use decals or pressure sensative tape at the eye levels of both adults and children. special Neighbors 1956. The sun reaches its most northerly point on the first day of summer and is directly overhead the Tropic of Cancer on that day, according to the Hayden Planetarium. A STRIP SHOYEL taller than the Statue of Liberty mines coal in Southern Illinois. It's 20 stories high, wider than an eight-lan- e Mercury, nearest planet to the sun, also is the smallest planet in our solar system. Published ai a public aarvlca In coop oration with Tha Advertising Council. There are four time zones the continental United States: Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific. in Well, I shouldn't worry I'm sure Vll be waited on quickly, highway. National Cylinder Gas, Chicago, reports that more arc 111,700 welding, electrodes used fabricate to were pounds the machine than many factories use in a year. i TAKE A SPIN in your blue suede fastback? An auto manufacturer has developed nonglare enamel paint looking like soft suede. It will cover instrument panel, windshield moldings and other interior trim, but not car exteriors, however.