Universal Microfilming Corp Box 2608 Salt Vol. 66 Lake Eureka, Utah 84628 " City, Utah 84101 July 25, . 1969 No. 30 1 The Pioneer Day celebration held Saturday, July 19, was a decided success in every way. Hie morning hours were given over to the youngsters and races, games and concessions on the school grounds made the day a happy one, especially for the small fry. The motorcycle races held west of Eureka were thrilling and made for a real fun afternoon. Hie races were divided into four classes and paid three first prizes, namely Max Sor- ensen won first in the cross country 500 cc; Tom Bacca, second place in 250 cc; Jerry Giles, third place in the 650 cc; Brent Fields, first in the . 100 cc. In the hill climb, Kent Kez-erra- in won first in the 650 cc class; Max Sorensen, in the 500 cc; Tom Bacca in the 250 cc; Brent Fields in the 100 cc.. Following the motorcycle races the beard judging was held in front of the city hall on Main Street and the winners were Kent Cushing, longest; Craig Colovich, youngest, and George Gillespie, fanciest. The highlight of the day, the big parade at 5 p.m. featured 28 entries with a splendid response from the business houses, churches and organizations lending their support. Grand Marshal John Weldon was followed by the Tintic High School Band, resplendent in their colorful new suits. It was a very hot day, but the band members and Ron Griggs wished to give the townspeople and the many., visitors who came for the parade, a chance to get a look at the suits and hear the band play. Not to be outdone, the junior band was in the line-u- p and received plenty of applause as they marched and played. The little girl twirlers were adorable as they came into The Club. evening at 7:30 with Bishop Ortho Christensen acting as the master of ceremonies and welcoming everyone. The program was as follows: opening prayer, Denton Bartschl; Ronald Griggs presented John Weldon from Santa Maria, Calif., a trophy for the kindness and consideration he had shown the Eurepa people. He was given a standing ovation by those attending in appreciation for his work in getting the band to California. He responded with words. One a few remark he made was rather priceless to the Eurekans; he said, There are only two kinds of people, those who live in Eureka, and those who wished they did." The band played Hi, Neighbor" and then stood and gave their director, Ron Griggs, a standing ovation for his work with them. Jackie Griggs represented the Relief Society and sang This Is My Country," accompanied by Norma Jameson; Joan Dale represented the Miners Union Auxiliary by a well-chos- Winning first prize in the prade was tills float entered by the Girl Scouts, Talk to the Aanlmals." Randy Butler joins Sea Bees en reading; the Primary was represented by the little twirlers under direction of Arlene Milne and the American Legion song, Bom Free" was sung by Kim Pannell accompanied by Carla Dean; Elks, piano duet, Stars and Stripes Forever" by Janet Brady and Mancie McCabe; 30-d- ay Tmiing the parade was the favorite Tintic High Band directed by Ronald Griggs, of the faculty. WT Sunday School, drum solo by Brian Laird; the band played Tijuana Brass"; the Catholic Church number, By the Time I Get to Phoenix" Jose Lucas accompanied by Janet Brady; MIA Mixed Chorus accompanied by Mabel Butler; Tintic Trimmers, accordion duet by Richard Hyde and Randy Methodist Church Sparrow; number, by Debbie Ewell, Laurie and Tammie Gourley, accompanied by Janet Brady. The awards for the floats were presented by John Weldon. Hal Nebeker paid a tribute Do-Re-M- e," . OPEN From the office of Superintendent Blight comes the following announcement: the Tintic High School Library will be open from 2 to 4 p.m. on Tuesdays and Fridays of each week. Adults, ns well as students are invited to make use of these facilities. hi A community talent show was presented at Tintic High School Auditorium Saturday . Randy Butler, son of Mayor and Mrs. Curtis Butler, enlisted in the Sea Bees, and left last Friday for Gulfport, Mississippi, where he will be a member of a construction bat-- t talion. He will attend a indoctrination period before being assigned to overseas duty. His parents and brother, Charlie, and sister, Barbara, accompanied him to the Salt Lake Airport. ' Randy is a graduate of Tin-ti- c High School and attended Utah Technical College in Provo for two years. For the past year he has been employed in Salt Lake City by Lakeside The Ute Stampede from Ne-pwon first prize for the trav- 4-- H As-sociati- on, t! all. eling floats; the Eureka Girl Scouts won first prize in the local entries; second prize went to the Young at Heart Senior Citizens float; third prize went to Eureka LDS Ward and the fourth place went to Goshen Band trophies now on display trophies and plaques won by the Untie were that High School Band while in Santa Maria, California, are now on display in the west window of the Andrew Drug Store. The new uniforms and same of the pictures taken while on the trip are also on display. Following are some of the comments made by the judges of the Southern California School Band and Orchestra when the Untie High School participated in' the big Marching Festival: You have a fine group and are to be complimented on their spirit and show." For such a small band from a small school, you are still far superior to many large high schools with an enrollment numbering nearly 2000." There is something healthy and constructive shown by this group. Fine group." Such comments were really appreciated by Ron Griggs and his band students as well as the chaperones making the trip to Santa Maria. view and did some fancy twirling along the parade route. Tintic wont have much trouble finding accomplished twirlers in years to come, when the small fry reach high school There was enough comedy relief to add interest along the way, and according to all who viewed it, it was outstanding in every way and enjoyed by Young at Heart Senior Citizens Float won second prize. Pulling the float in the Jeep are Mrs. Lorln Thompson and Lynn Brady. On the float, back, left to right, King Lorln Thompson and the queen, Annie Smith; front, Mrs. LuciUe Riley; right, and Sirs. Minnie Painter, to Mabel Butler for her outstanding service she gives to the community and school. Thanks was given to everyone by Bishop Christensen for their assistance in the days festivities and the prade, and Moon the closing number, River," was played by the band.