Universal Microf lining Corp. 141 Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City 1, Utah Methodist Church Maude and Alex Blight will have charge of the Sunday morning services at the Eureka Methodist Church, August 8. The services will begin at 11:00 a.m. Sunday School will be at the regularly scheduled time, 10:00 a.m. preceding the church services, with Supt. Virginia Randle conducting. Vol. 63 Funeral services LI)K Church Sunday evening services on July 25, at the LDS Eureka Ward were conducted by Bishop Bartschi. The opening prayer was given by Stephen Lovell and the music was by Arlene Milne at the organ and Audrey Sanderson, chorister. Elva Webb wa ssustained as a visiting teacher in the Relief Society. The program for the evening was presented by the Stephen Lovell family. Speakers were George Gipsin. Paul Lovell, Earl Mulinex, Doug Lovell and Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Lovell. A special musical number "My Testimony was sung by thp daughters and daughters-in-laof the Lovells; an Mr. Stewart was bom Oct. 11, 1878, in Benjamin, son of Charles W. and Mary Arvilla Rain, rain, is Carter Stewart. He married Mary Wood and they were later divorced. He married Mae Rowland, May 26, 1934, in Nephi. She died in February 1964. Mr. Stewart lived in Benjamin in his early life. He worked as a miner in Eureka and helped in the construction of Geneva Steel Plant. He also farmed. A resident of Spring-vill- e ac-cordi- an solo, by Veda Lovell. The closing prayer was given by Max Wayne Berry. Sunday morning services at the Eureka LDS Ward were conducted by William B. Thompson. The opening prayer was given by Carl Sandstrom. The music was by Arlene Milne and Barbara Bartschi, and the closing prayer was by Kay Colovich. Announcement was made that the Manti Temple will reopen on August 10 for Endowment Work. S T News Stake quarterly conference is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday. August 14 and 15. Visiting authorities will be named and can be given in next weeks paper. The Youth Chorus will participate in the conference. General authorities have notified our MIA stake leaders to inform the youth, as to the time of the practice for the conference. The annual stake high priest summer outing and social held at the City Park, proved to Mayor Charles Ferris and members of the Eureka City Council are demanding that in ease of fire cars must be parked at least a block away from the fire. Anyone coming any nearer will be apprehended and fined. Cars crowding near the blaze hamper the work of the firemen and there is danger of Injury to those fighting the fire, as well as to the spectators. Funeral services were held Wednesday at Wheeler Mortuary, for Charles William Stewart, 86, who died Saturday, July 31, 1965, at a Provo rest home. Bishop Reed Holdaway of the Fourth Ward, was in charge of the services. Burial was in the Evergren Cemetery. w Stewart, Benjamin. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Reid and daughter of Kearns were weekend guests at the home of Mr .and Mrs. Bob Fife. and Mrs. Bert Hankt were in Orem on Thursday, spending the day with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hassell. Mr. frain being sung Tintic folks. A little rain now and then is appreciated, but the rain storms of the past few weeks have been much too much. Never have lawns been so green, the trees so heavily leafed or the weeds so high. Added to the amount of rain of the past few weeks, the latest storm on Monday added another .94 of an inch in two separate storms. The first and really heavy rainfall Monday afternoon amounted to .72 of an inch, and a storm during the night added another .22 of an inch. Heavy thunder and lightning added to the fury of the storm and all were happy when it abated. All would settle for a few sunny days. October 6. Second term begins October 11 following the return to school by the students after UEA recess October 7 and 8 in Salt Lake City. Deer hunting vacation will be October 22 to 25. Mr .and Mrs. William Morris and daughters. Mickey, Jackie and Amy, drove to Ogden last Sunday. Mickey will attend Girl Scout Camp Red Cliffe in Ogden Canyon for the next two weeks. Mr. Morris returned home Sunday evening, and Mrs. Morris and Jackie and Amy remained in Ogden, where they will visit with Mrs. Morris' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dalton for the week. Citizens' help asked by city The Trail Builders Roundup When a home owner, or those living in rented homes find or suspect a leak in the water system on or near their premises, it is requested that they notify the watermaster or the city recorder. Much valuable water can be saved if the proper persons are notified at once. 28. yards. Arrows with chemically treated or explosive arrowheads shall be illegal. Arrowheads must have two or more sharp cutting edges and must not be capable of passing through a 78 inch hole. Bow and arrow will be a legal weapon for taking deer during any deer season. It shall be unlawful for any permittee, while on an archery hunt, to have firearms in his and Mr .and Mrs. Steve Milne spent a couple of days last week in Jackpot. Nevada. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Laird and family made a trip last Sunday to Ogden. Their daughter, Debbie, will attend Girl Scout Camp, Red Cliffe, in Ogden Canyon for two weeks. Milne left Tuesday for Adelan-tCalif., where they will visit with Mr .and Mrs. Norman Milne and family and get acquainted with the new baby girl at the Milne home. o. ts. Trail Builders was help Monday evening in the LDS Churchs cultural hall with Primary President Margaret Minimum bow pull of 40 pounds and the archer must be capable of shooting an arrow non-residen- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Johnson Third term begins the following day, November 24. The Christmas recess will commence at the close of school on December 22. Instruction will resume January 3. Third term ends January 17.' Fourth term begins January 18 and ends February 28. Fifth term begins March 1 and concludes April 11. Final term of the year begins April 12. Spring vacation has been scheduled for April 15. Final term ends Tuesday, May 24. hold roundup Nearly twelve thousand archers are expected to be in the field for the 1965 archery deer season when it opens August With many new hunters participating in this sport each year, the Department of Fish and Game listed the following reminders for the bow and arrow enthusiasts: The entire state shall be open for the taking of either sex deer by bow and arrow August 28 through September 12, except that parts of two units shall be restricted to 1,000 archery permits for each part unit. The fee for bow and arrow permits shall be $5.00 for residents and Archery permits are not considered special permits; therefore, they do not restrict the purchaser from obtaining one special deer permit for the 1965 deer season. The regular deer tag may be filled during the special archery season, along with the archery permit, but both deer must be harvested with a bow and arrow. Only those hunters with an archery permit in their possession may fill the regular license tag during the special archery season. Archer equipment must meet the following specifications: Second term ends November 23. The annual Thanksgiving day holiday will be November 25, 26. hunters listed by department Mrs. Elna Bird and Mrs. Lila Mr. and Mrs. Glen Allan and son, Mark, and Mrs. Mary Allen of Salt Lake were dinner guests on Monday at the home of Mrs. Elsie Nilson. Mrs. Allen is a niece of Mrs. Nilson. by Tintic School District calen- dar for the coming school year has been completed and is now being announced by Superintendent Fawson. A teachers institute for all teachers will be held Tuesday, August 24. Beginning Wednesday, August 25, school bells will chime for all students in the district. They will get an early vacation when Labor Day comes around September 6. First term ends Reminders for bow and arrow n; be Le-la- nd Rain, rain, go away, come again some other day (but not for a week or two) is the re- sisters: Nephi Stewart, Pay-soEarl Stewart, Eureka; Ivan Stewart, Spanish Fork; 31. h. theme song here since 1934, Mr. Stewart loved to dance and garden. He was a member of the LDS Church. Survivors include two sons and three daughters: Charles W. Stewart and Mrs. Charles (Vera) Baum, Provo; Jack Stewart, Boise, Idaho; Mrs. Reba Cullum, Fullerton, Calif.; Mrs. Loren (Velma) Hutchings, Springville; 18 grandchildren; 45 great grandchildren; five stepsons, George Rowland, of Tooele; Roy Rowland, Orem; Owen Rowland, Garden Grove, Calif.; Ted Rowland, Norwalk, Calif.; Jack Rowland, Springville; three brothers and five Mrs. Jeannette Woods, Mrs. Sylvia Jensen. Salt Lake; Mrs. Mary Ann Pearson. Woodland. Calif.; Miss Blanch Stewart. Provo; Mrs. Rufas (Hazel) an outstanding success. A large crow'd attended to enjoy the fine food served during the evening. The outing was arranged for by members of the high priest's quorum, Willard De Graffenreid, Eldon Green-halgThomas Ewell. Curtis Sorensen and Lee Bird. The special film "The Universe" shown to those present, was in charge of President Max Nelson and his high council committee, Evelyn Kirk. Sanderson. Wayne Jensen and Frank Sorensen. Professor Kimball Hansen of BYU was the guest speaker, and showed colored slides as a preliminary to the fine informative film. No. 32 ILLEGAL Wednesday for Charles Stewart Eureka Ward last Saturday evening, July The Eureka (Utah) Reporter, Friday, August 6, 1965 a minimum distance of 130 possession. It shall be unlawful to hunt from or discharge an arrow from any vehicle. Wearing of colored clothing while hunting with a bow and arrow is not required during the special archery season. Hyde in charge of arangements. The roundup is observed for Top Pilots when they graduate in to the Blazer class. Peter Fawson and Bobby Allinson graduated from Primary and received their bandalos. The opening prayer was by Philip Fawson and Mrs. Hyde e conducted the ceremonies. Colovich explained the Blazer duties to the Top Pilots. Nola Rae Olsen, Primary stake leader, gave a talk, and Bishop Bartschi explained the Articles of Faith to the group. Following graduation ceremonies, games were enjoyed and light refreshments were served. The closing prayer was by Scott Berry. Car-ole- Berninis attend Democratic confab Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bernini were in Park City Saturday attending a meeting of the Democratic State Central Committee. Mr. Bernini is the chairman of Juab County Democratic organization. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Tidwell of Nephi also attended the meeting. Mrs. Tidwell is the vice chairman for the county. Congressman David King was the featured speaker for the meeting. State Chairman Ray Pruett conducted the business session. Preceding the meeting a dinner was served at the Treasure Mountain Inn. Bake sale August 1 1 St. Patricks Altar Society will sponsor a bake sale Wednesday, August 11, in the Memorial Building. The sale will begin at 11 am, Mrs. Joseph Bernini and sons, David and Jimmy, were in Salt Lake on Tuesday, where they combined business and pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Randle made a trip to Salt Lake last Sunday afternoon, where they visited with their son and family, Mr .and Mrs. Tom Randle and Mike. Mr. and Mrs. Vem Nevers were in Payson on Monday, where they combined business and pleasure.