Universal Microf lining Corp. 141 Pierpont Ave. Salt Lake City 1, Utah TOM Eureka, Utah 84628 Vol. 66 October 25, 1968 No. 43 Annual Halloween party planned for November 1 The annual Halloween party will be held Friday, November 1, according to Hamilton Laird, chairman of the executive committee of Tintic Community Kids Fund. This committee is composed of representatives from all the organizations in the district. The main purpose of the committee is to look after the welfare of the children and to sponsor projects that will encourage the young people to help build a better place in which to live. A brief schedule of the Halloween party follows: all preschool and elementary school children will meet in the big gym at the high school at 6:30 p.m. where they will enjoy dancing and have a chance to show off their costumes. After chilthe dancing the to the little will dren gym, go where the PTA mothers will lead the little people in games and various entertainment. The elementary school children will go to their class rooms and their teachers will lead them in a variety of games. Later all the youngsters will go to the little gym where they will be served refreshments at 7:30. The high school party will be at 8 p.m. A. spook alley is being prepared by the senior class, which always ads a lot of fun for the high school students. Dancing will be enjoyed until 10 p.m. when the students will retire to the lunch room for refreshments, which will be prepared and served by the PTA. All youngsters in the district are given a cordial invitation to attend. Deer wanders in pre-scho- ol L Sanderson services at G. 1 o'clock today Gilbert L. Sanderson, 69, died in a Payson hospital October 21, 1968, of natural causes. He was bom in Santaquin July 23, 1899, a son of Nels and Sarah Chatwin Sanderson. He married Sarah Hales in Manti. He was a member of the LDS Church. He followed mining during his adult life and was a resident of Eureka since boyhood. Survivors are his widow, two sons, Oris W., Eureka; Ellis L., Jeffrey City, Wyo.; one daughter, Mrs. George (Elna) Hansen, Murray; seven grandchildren, ten great grandchildren; brothers, sisters, Verl of Provo; Mrs. Walter (Leon-dMorgan, Mrs. Edgar (HaHurston, Mrs. Verda zel) Korbakis, all of Salt Lake City; Mrs. Wayne (Jean) Myers, California; Mrs. Clyde Briskey, Whittier, (LaVern) Melba Mattinson, Mrs. Calif.; of Pleasant both Norman, Grove; Leland, Mrs. Elmo (Leah) Boswell, both of Eua) reka. Funeral services will be held Friday at 1 p.m. in the Eureka LDS Ward Chapel. Burial will be in Santaquin Cemetery. Seniors invited to USU Saturday The senior students of Tintic have been invited to attend the Utah State University's annual High School Day Saturday, October 26, on the Logan campus. Students visiting the campus will find a full slate of activities especially designed to involve them in the traditional homecoming events and to acquaint them with the spirit of USU. Winner of the Senate Youth Contest held at the Tintic High School was Wirth Sanderson, cenWinner will parand Celina Kirkham, also runner-uter, with Janet Brady, left, runner-u- p in in state finals Salt Lake ticipate City. resident's yard p. Tim Hannifin and some of his neighbors were almost sorry that they traveled so far to join in the deer hunt, since one animal was found wandering around in the Hannifin yard. The deer had been wounded and traveled only a short distance, when a neighbor shot it. It had traveled around the neighborhood before being seen by some of the youngsters in that neighborhood. The animal had a broken leg and was unable to travel very fast. Tim traveled much farther than his back yard, but at least he did come home with Wimm listed Mr. and Mrs. Arlo Broderick and family of Sacramento were in town for the deer hunt. They visited with their sisters and their families, the Roy Gour-leySr., and the Hamilton Elder Loren C. Dunn, a member of the First Council of Seventy of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-da- y Saints, will speak at the Santaquin-Tinti- c Stake Conference Satur- - a deer. s, Lairds. On October 7 Fred Holladay Senate Youth Program was created for outstanding ' high" school students to help broaden their knowledge and understanding of congress and The tested students of Tintic High who held class offices or stud-- " ent body offices on the Senate Youth Contest. This test consisted of questions about our state and national government. the legislative process in the nation's capital, and to dram- - Quarterly conference this weekend LDS Stake for Santaquin-Tinti- c day and Sunday, October 26 and 27 in Santaquin. Elder Dunn is director of communications for the New England Council for Economic Development in Boston, Mass. A graduate of Brigham Young University and Boston University, he formerly was a newspaper editor and director of public relations. The conference session will be held Sunday at 10 a.m. in the Stake Center, 90 South 2nd East. Stake President Carl A. Patten, says visitors are wel- Two remaining registration days prior to November general election Are you registered for Nov-mb5 general election? The following information is Iven by A. K. Johnson, Juab Jounty clerk: er The neighborhood registra-io- n agents throughout Utah ill be on duty Wednesday and Thursday, October 29 and 30, o accept new and transferred egistrations to be eligible to rote in the November 5 general lection. Agents in twelve Juab bounty voting districts will be ipen from 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. New registrations and trans-e- r of registrations also may e conducted during normal msiness hours at the Juab bounty clerk's office in the :ourthouse at Nephi each week lay through October 25. Previously registered voters ho have voted during or since he 1961 general elections eligible to vote if still iving in the same voting district since last voting. re-na- in voter has noved from one voting district o another since lost voting, a ransfer of registration must If a registered in student contest be completed to be eligible to vote in the November 5 elections. To become a registered voter, a citizen must be at least 21 years old by election day and have lived in the state one year and the county for four months. Absentee ballots are available at the clerk's office and will be sent to those who will be absent from their voting district on election day upon request. The registration agents in West Juab County are at the following locations: Eureka No. 1, Mrs. Ruby M Bigler; Eure- ka come. The student with the highest score was Wirth Sanderson and runners up were Janet Brady and Celina Kirkham. Wirth will represent THS in Salt Lake City. There he will be on panels and discuss many questions and problems of the government. The panel members will then nominate two elected student officers to represent the State of Utah in Washington, D.C. This will be an trip the 1 week of February through February 8, 1969, and each representative will receive a $1,000 scholarship. The THS student body is wishing Wirth the best of luck when he appears in Salt Lake City. Reporters are Debbie Ewell and Alice Judge. Former resident Edward Earl Lunt, 65, a for- mer resident of Mammoth, died last Wednesday, October 16, 1968, of an accidental gun shot wound at his home in Lehi. He was cleaning the gun when it discharged, hitting him in the head.. He was bom March 2, 1903, in Nephi a son of James Edward and Mary Ann Shaw Lunt He married Lela Devore Racker June 16, 1923. She died Eureka No. 3, Mrs. Anna McDonell; Mammoth District, Mrs. Laveme Sorenson; Callao No. 1, Mrs. Eudeene Parker; Callao No. 2, Mrs. Lou-viRohrbach. wright; March, 1962. They resided in Mammoth for many years before moving to Lehi. He was a civil service worker and a member of the LDS Church, singing in the church choir. He also served as Cub Scout mas- na Loren C. Dunn, who will represent General Authorities at ng Santaquin-Tinti- c -- T- -t ment dies of wound No. 2, Mrs. Virginia Cart- Mrs. Rosalie Dunn of Nephi and her sister, Mrs. Evelyn Davitt of Wausau, Wisconsin, who is a guest of her sister in Nephi, wera.ln, town , Sunday-visitiwith Mrs. Belle Coffey. atize in particular the crucial role the senate performs in the maintenance of the govern- 7 A!? Stake thlslw&Vend. Confer-lenc- e ter. . Surviving are three sons, James Leonard, Lehi; Kenneth (Continued on Page Two), .