November 1, 1968 THE EUREKA (UTAH) REPORTER Eureka, Utah Requiem Mass Saturday for Former residents celebrate 50th John T. Sullivan Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bauer, former residents of Elberta, recently celebrated their 50th Wedding Anniversary. They were given a reception in their honor at the Sierra Restaurant, Bellflower, California, by their sons and daughter and their families, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Bauer, Mr. and Mrs. Gale Bauer and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne (Mary) Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Bauer were married September 2, 1918 (Labor Day) in Golden, Colorado. They made their first home in Denver, where Mr. Bauer was employed by the Gates Tire Company. Their first child, Doris Bauer Pen-rowas bom there. In the spring of 1920 they moved to Utah, making their home in Elberta. It was here four other children were bom. They resided in Elberta for 35 years, making many friends through wedding anniversary in California Requiem Mass will be celebrated Saturday at 10 a.m. at the Cathedral of the Madeleine, 331 East South Temple, Salt Lake City, for John T. Sullivan, 75, who died October 30, 1968, in a Salt Lake hospital. Burial will be in the Mount Calvary Cemetery. Mr. Sullivan, a well known former resident of this city was a construction and mining engineer and a former Juab Co. surveyor. He was a mining consultant and an authority on Canada and the western United States. He was an authority on early mining history and had mining history and had mining Interests and holdings in the east and west districts of Tin-ti- c. Mr. Sullivan graduated from the University of Utah in 1914 in mining engineering. A lifelong member of the Democratic party, Mr. Sullivan was the partys nominee for Salt Lake County surveyor in 1950. He was bom July 7, 1893, in Eureka, the son of Timothy D. and Ella Hannifin Sullivan. He was a member of the Catholic Church. Survivors include a sister, Mrs. Darrell (Mary) Gardner, Scottsdale, Arizona; and nieces and nephews. NOTE 50th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John J. Bauer, former resident of Elberta and well known In Eureka, were honored by their family at Bellflower, California. Mrs. Florence Gillespie of Salt Lake City and Iter two daughters, Mrs. Betty Cook of Goshen and Mrs. Dorothy Nelson and her daughter, Wendy, of Salt Lake City were in Eu reka on Sunday spending the day with Mr .and Mrs. Gillespie and family. A nation is as strong as its average citizen out the state, especially in Eureka. They moved to Lake-woo- d, California, in May of 1955, where they have since resided. The Bauers were very well known in Eureka. Mr. Bauer owned and operated a farm and brought fresh produce to Eureka a couple of times a week and in this way was prehaps as well known here as in Elberta or any of the surrounding towns. They will be well remembered by their Eureka friends who are extending congratulations and best wishes on their golden anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Terry Kay and two boys and Mr. and Mrs. Craig Lindsay and two children of Salt Lake City spent the weekend here with their d, parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Fennell, Sr. DDffinn)ED,a)ttnc RtowBrnrollD!? S Sanderson rites conducted Friday Funeral services were held last Friday in the Eureka LDS ward chapel for Gilbert Sanderson. The services were' as follows: Bishop Denton Barts-cconducting, prelude and postlude by Norma Jameson; invocation, Elmo Boswell; song by the singing mothers of the Relief Society; talk, Lauren Thompson; song by the singing mothers, accompanied by Norma Jameson; remarks, Bishop Bartschi; vocal solo, Glen Larsen; benediction, Dav i d Garbett, Jr.; family prayer, Sanderson. hi Le-.la- William Boyd Howarth 2-Y- ear Utah House of Representatives County Commissioner nd .Burial was in the Santaquin Dedication of the Sanderson. Norman grave by Pallbearers were James Tuc-ket- t, Lynn Hansen, Glen David; Sam Sanderson, Larry Sanderson and Dennis Wahlberg. Out of town family members here for the funeral were Mrs. Sandersons three sisters, Mrs. Hazel Hurston, Mrs. Leonda Morgan and Mrs. Verda Korba-kl-s and brothers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Verl Sanderson of Porovo, Mr. an Mrs. ' Norman Sanderson, Pleasant Grove; and Mrs. Melba Mattin-so- n, Pleasant Grove. Cemetery. . The average Peace Corps "Volunteer is 24 years old and a college graduate in the liberal arts. .OABD OF THANKS wish to express my sincere thanks for the kindness 'Shown me during my recent stay In the Utah Valley hos-- pltaL I am very grateful for the many telephone calls, cards, letters and lovely flowers and to those who called on me daring my stay. Their thoughtfulness was "very much appreciated and helped speed my recovery. Signed, Mrs. Etna Bird I Homer U. Petersen FOR ECONOMIC FOR PROGRESSIVE Alton S. Gadd GOVERNMENT 4-Ye- ar County Commissioner CONSIDER THE RECORD PROJECTS COMPLETED under present administration: new fences Improvements at Fairgrounds painting and repairing buildings new equipment shed to house and protect county equipment. Built and improved roads in all sections of County including Mills, Levan Canyon, Yuba Dam harbor; Cooperated with Nephi, Levan, Mona and Eureka in their city road programs. Assisted farmers and ranchers in conservation of water, our most precious natural resource. Secured new Economic Development Office in Juab County to coordinate efforts to secure new industries. VOTE FOR CONTINUED PROGRESS WITH EXPERIENCE AND DEDICATION VOTE DEMOCRATIC GROWTH PROJECTS NOW PLANNED and in the cess of being finalized: pro- Relocating and completing Nebo Loop Road. New bridge across Sevier River at Mills. Instigating and working with agencies to improve Sand Dunes area to State Park status. Cooperating with federal and state agencies in building road in Topaz Mountain area for the development of beryllium deposits and to further recreational possibilities. FUTURE PROJECTS to improve the human and natural resources of Juab County: Juab County needs new jail and Courthouse with increase in valuation and efficient and economic operation of your county, they can be built without a tax increase. Your Democratic administration has taken full advantage of investment of public funds; interest earned in 1967 was $4,057.56. Additional recreational facilities to provide for local needs as well as tourist attractions. Pd. Pol. Adv. by Juab Democratic Central Committee Ivol White, Chairman.