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.v I Two - The Kureka Keixirter - July (i. 1 i7i "7.1 Bridge Harter 01jc iEurclra Club (UPS-179-62- 0) Published weekly ji Tureka, Utah 84628 Members of I lie Bridge Club met Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Fawn Fife. An evening of Contract Bridge games was enjoyed with prizes going to: Grace Bernini, high Irinled by I'lHIISHING COMPANY Springtide, I'lah 84663 ART CITY ' i . SubM-riplio- in n adtance, per year, $4.50; per copy, lOe Second class postage paid al Kureka, Utah 84628. Kntcred as second class mailer February 10, 1948, al the post office. F.urcka. I'lah 84628, under the Ad of March 3, score; Alliene Farren, honors; Lucille Knotts, cut; and Ina Clement, consolation. 1879. I i MRS. GKA( KI1KK.N1M MARTIN W. CONOVKR IKRRISON CONOVKR : Correspondent Following the games, Managing Kdilor refreshments Publisher ! ; I Member: UTAH PRESS ASSOCIATION NEWSPAPER ASSOCIATION. were served by the hostess to ! those named NATIONAL Naomi and Cushing, to Leona and MarJean Franks Pinch. who was her celebrating birthday, was a presented Alliene, Church news I.DS Fast and Testimony at Kureka Ward IJ )S Church was held Sunday morning with Bishop David Garbett in charge. Music was under the The Sunbeam Mine, dating back to 1870, is part of the Untie Mining District Area. The Sunbeam claim was the first claim in the district. Multi-Resour- beautifully decorated blessed by Richard's Mrthday cake from the hostess. brother. William Mor-Mccti- Tintic slates cage clinic ng tensen Kenzelio. Jason Gilbert Snell, son Mr. and Mrs. Randy Ue Snell, was blessed by Bishop David Garbett. 1 Lynn direction ol Marjorie Kory Terry, Mr. Mrs. of and Ann and daughter Pratt, organist, terested boys grades 9 throught 12. A fee will be announced a basketball charged. The purpose of the clinic to be held at the is to improve the school on 11, 12, program July high fundamental 13, and 14, from 6:30 to individual inof each all basketball skills for 9:30 p.m., participant; develop good Coach Weldon Wardle of Tintic High School has Senior Citizens On Wednesday, June 27, Bandy Snell was also Garbett. chorister. the Senior Citizens GarMossed Invocation was by Bishop given . . Club ... meeting' wilf be'hcid at 8 a. in. on July 13. Brennan Dwain Fox, son or Ross Dwain Fox and Ina Gae Phillips Fox, was liuptized and con- firmed by his grand- Dean Vcrl father, Phillips. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chales Jameson was Ixiptized and con- tinned by Mac Bigler. VYwiover for the o day. It was a great day; most came home broke lul happy; four out of forty three won $100 ouch. The weather was just right and so were their spirits. The next trip will be on July 26 on the lleber Creeper Day Train. -- Michael Shane Ren- Parents are needed for and the Indian placements zello, baptized According to (Teo continued by William M. lodge, she spent last irogram. week in Utah Valley Included in the business Renzello. The remainder of the Hospital just resting and ol the meeting was a "Welcome Home" to service was taken up with enjoying some relaxation, borne by In reality, she was un- Richard Kirkham, who has just returned from ward members. dergoing tests for what A musical reading was we hope is a minor Paris. France. He will sieok on his mission in given by Bishop Garbett. ailment. Benediction was by the near furture. Gear. Karlcan Wanda Colovich was and spoke of Jesus' as ward released healing as the core of His CYl'HOIIC chorister and Barbara His healing was Father Ludo was '"'"'"7. BurLschi sustained in that l.not only xsilion. John Pratt was eelclirant at the Saturday ? lnessagofora sustained as choir leader. evening mass at St S ,bt fn h;,i, J,I ' Babies blessed were Patrick's Church. Ills The Travis Richard Renzello, son of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Renzello. He was 'rlD at Heart" wi-nTt- Sunday readings were taken from Wisdom, Corinthians and Mark- - DUKE JEWELRY ce COmer Sidewalk Sale Clearanced Priced Special Jewelry Items Watches ft Bands ID Mr. and Mrs. Evans G. Long (Teresa Grabett), of and should feel free to come and watch your child play ball. California are proudly announcing the arrival of 28 moving Parents are welcome Travis Air Force Base, a baby boy born and without the ball. June, 1979. The hefty newcomer, Chad G. Long, weighed in at 4.1285 kilograms and was 57.15 centimeters long. Paternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ted the and Hannifin maternal grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Max The Tjnlic nislorical 8011 of Mrs- - Charlene K. society is very pleased with visibe ngress Ashworth, Payson, and lhe epot sjte Ronald Gilson, San- The foundation is poured taquin, recently was and plans are named Soldier of the moVe the Depot in Quarter for the 4th. August. That will indeed lantry Division at Fort Garbett, all of Eureka, be a happy day for us all Carson, Colorado. The new arrival was Be was selected for his starting on Mondav welcomed home by older weBare f& soldierly appearance, July 9 brother, Jack .and sister, volunteers to askingwith knowledge, performance help duties and military u,e tribbin8 to hold . I bank of dirt courtesy- couple of weeks ,! liehind the Depot. No Specialist Gilson is an California assisting the coor-juexperience necessary., administrative new mother. a willingness to give dinalor with the division, He is a graduate of us a hand. Tintic Meet at the site at 6 High School and . p.m. Monday, and on attended Southern Utah r reai 0 Mgttrn through the week. We Ktnte University, Cedar CSty. Mass for Saturday, July lone Ryan, Noble need your help! 7, will begin at the usual Grand, conducted the lime...6:.00 p.m. Wednesday evening meeting of Columbia METHODIST Hchckah Lodge No. 2. Reverend Jim Sloan SHOP MARIE'S FOR Following a routine S' i an(j ft. st Rebekahs ,7SIDEUfUJtDRVSl Worship Service at the United Methodist Church. Guest speaker was Ken Fenneren. Director of CROSSROADS, whose subject was, "Jesus is plans were made for the Visitation of the President of the Rebekah Assembly of Utah on July' Members drew p.m... Sunday, July Sunday School scheduled lor the usual time..l p.m. Delicious refreshments were then served by the hostess, Alliene Farren. 8. 50 PANTS rizes and winners were Franks and lone Ryan, OFF BLOUSES for Anna on GREAT BARGAINS ll. Our Friend". Worship Service will be field at the regular lime..2 40 OFF wm mn GMMKMX swimsuits 30 30 EUREKA, UTAH LYMAN L0NEY, Owner and Operator Bleaches Blow Styling and Cutting Frosts Perms Expert Styling Coloring APPOINTMENTS ONLY Phone: 433-999- 7 Closed Sunday and Monday OFF (OMS C0WNS OFF coommmtss KOKO KNIT GRAFF tfoinwiM Bracelets Leather Items Home Gift Items Friday Thursday and Saturday Only shooting, cutting, passing, fast break, press, 1 i Bracelets on running, screening, ball handling, sportsmanship, dribbling, power moves, mental attitudes; and rebounding, foul shooting, tave fu learning the defense, rakes andjnves conducted the Sunday business session, final 220 So. Main Springville game, Individual and group instruction will be given DRESSES TERRI JR. KENNY CLASSIC? HAPPENINGS flutterbye WE ALWAYS HAVE BEAUTIFUL STYLES AT GREAT PRICES '