Page Four- Mrs. Goldie Storrs of Orem and her granddaughter, Mrs. Sharon Bryan of New York, and a grandson of Mrs. Storrs, Mark Allen of Salt Lake were in town on Tuesday visiting with Mrs. Elsie Nilson and Mrs. Earlene Gear. They were dinner guests of Mrs. Nilson. V. L. (Andy) Anderson returned home on Sunday after a short vacation trip. He flew to Storm Lake, Iowa for a visit with his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Turner, and visited with Mrs. Andersons mother, Mrs. F. H. Weiland in Galva, Iowa. On the return trip he stopped in Denver long enough to have lunch with his Mrs. James daughter-in-lamet his son, Jim and Anderson, in Salt Lake, who was on a business trip in the city. The trip was a short one, but most enjoyable. w, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bee returned to their home in Phoenix, Arizona on Tuesday after a two-wee- July 12, 1968 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER - visit here with her k mother, Mrs. Mary Thomas. While here Mrs. Thomas and In Spanish Fork it's . her guests spent a day in Salt Lake and visited the zoo, and the visitors center on the temple grounds and also drove to the copper pits at Bingham. WHAT A MIX! Mr. and Mrs. Ken Spurrier of Highland, Calif., were back in town last Tuesday, visiting Another day they visited Provo Canyon and American Fork Canyon, and on Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Bert Thomas and son, Dusty, of Provo joined them in Eureka and they all drove to Vernon, where they enjoyed a visit and picnic lunch at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bemell Thomas. They also visited- in Genola with Mr. and Mrs. Mil-to- n Thomas and family. ' with friends and attending funeral services for Ed Webb. They are former Eurekans and return every year to visit with family members ami renew old Before coming acquaintances to Eureka they had visited in Santaquin with Mr, and Mrs. James Brady and in Salt Lake with Mr. and Mrs. V. G. Pett and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence . - Ros-tro- Mr. and Mrs. Vance Under- wood and family spent weekend at Strawberry. flu fiL. a fish" story, not the usual kind, but a true one Ken told the this time. He told that Clarence Wahlquist ,a former and E u r e k a n, has caught a 25 lb. King Salmon off the Santa Monica coast, and Ken said he has pictures to prove it. That would be any fishermans dream. well-remembe- Mr. and Mrs. Tim Hannifin and family spent the Indepen- dence Day holidaysLake. , - at Fish - Electronic News columnist ' Don C- - Hoefler claims Utah-base- d electronic firms have to d less outturnover because of the standing characteristics of the native labor force. That bears out what the Industrial Promotion Board has been saying for years, You get an extra measure from Utah Labor." - one-thir- one-four- th Springtime Is mixing time for compost piles. lust like slicing a cake, one slice Is cut down the side of the pile with the shovel, mixed, another is cut, mixed, until the entire pile is turned. Note simplicity of enclosure's construction, easily seen since one end wall has been removed. . - Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thomas returned home this week, after spending a few days in Denver with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Terry Nelson. Mr. and Mrs. Therol Brooks and three children of Reno, Nevada are spending a few days in Eureka with her parents, Mr. and Mrjsi Gerald Aitken. No one was ever refused credit when he wanted to borrow trouble. Dottie's now in progress! PANT DRESSES SPORTSWEAR BLOUSES LADIES' SHOES SWEATERS SPRING SUITS FINE KNITS SHORTS AND TOPS RAINCOATS COORDINATES Jr. & SKIRTS suggests you reach often for cool, ahead. Its natures vitality drink packed with wholesome goodness, and pickup that lasts. AT REDUCTIONS UP TO SLEEPWEAR HAVE PLENTY OF SPACE FOR MILK ROBES REDDY KILOWATT HELPS re- freshing milk in the warm summer days Utah Power & Light Company proudly joins with Utahs dairy industry in commemorating June Dairy Month. Jr. Petite DRESSES JR. SPORTSWEAR FUN SHIFTS Utahs Dairy Princess, Julee Gordon, Electricity plays an increasingly important role in bringing superior milk to you . ; . through electrically refrigerated milk tanks on the farm, electrically pumped and heated water, and elec-trically powered equipment in the processing plants. Keep plenty of milk ' at home in your refrigerator.' Drink more milk and enjoy more vitality this summer. Reddy Kilowatt suggests you get a SWIRLS new, roomy electric with plenty of space for a good supply of milk, cottage cheese, ice cream, cheese and other dairy products. freezer-refrigerat- BRAS & GIRDLES HANDBAGS JEWELRY DOTTIE'S FASHIONS 170 North Main or Dairy farmers in this area produce milk that is noted for its quality. Utah milk rates on the Honor Roll of the United States Public Health Service. Spanish Fork . red . . . DRESSES m. UTAH POWER & LIGHT CO.