July 7, 1989 During the business portion of the meeting, Sonya Ncdrebcrg Hammock was released as ward organist and Donna Davis was sus- tained in that position. Mike Castle-Fathton was approved for advancement in the Aaronic Priesthood as a Priest Following the Sacrament hymn, With Humble Hearts, and bless-Pafag and passing of the Sacrament, testimonies were borne by ward members, God Our Father, We Game Unto Thee was theclosing hymn. Bene-Th- e diction was by Alice Fox. Church news CATHOLIC The opening antiphon was led by Walker, celebrant for the Sunday mass at St. Patrick Church, Scripture readings were taken from the first book of Kings, the letter of to the Galatians, and the gos- pel according to Luke, and empha- sized the importance of seeing the urgency in answering Gods call to be His followers. Father added that, readings should inspire us to be disciples of Christ. Father expressed his appreciation METHODISTi to the group from the LDS Church Members of the Eureka Method- of the who undertook job cleaning i$t Church welcomed a new pastor the weeds from the church grounds, Sunday afternoon, Rev. David and extended a warm thank you Amric. Assisting him as organist to them. was Mabel Butler. Opening hymn Mass will be held at the regular was O Worship the King. time next Sunday at 4 p.m. Scripture readings were from Zachariah, Galatians, and the gospel according to Luke. Rev. Amrie titled his sermon, The LDS: Glory of the Lord. Sacrament meeting for June 25th, The service closed with the hymn, was conducted by Nick Castleton. Ask Ye What Great Thing I Know, The Cornish Family was welcomed and benediction. to the ward. Opening hymn was Worship service next Sunday, July Welcome, Welcome Sabbath 9, will begin at 3 p.m. Morning, followed by the invocation offered by Darrell Garbctt. Betty Cbne presented the YWMIA awards in camp certification earned g Effective, weight loss at the Big Pincy Camp in Nephi d a stool. Take away Canyon. Yearlings Awards were presented to Mary Castlcton and anY of those legs and youre likely to fall flat on your fat. Thats the Stephanie Young, Mountaineer into understand-Cornishan- d Awards to Leah Nedreberg, Jada sage advice-p- ut form-a committee created of Lisa Baum; an Advcn- - able the American bY Medical Associa turer Award was earned by Hawlii Allinson, who taught first aid in a lin- You increase the odds of success clinic. p Hawlii also won the award for fully losing with-a- nd keeping off forever-extra those if your pounds being the most inspirational camper, d a takes ward and stake, and was presented program approach: with a lovely quilt. Trina Cornish was awarded the balanced, sensible diet. That fewer calorics than you re mcans Summiteer Award (calm and ca- eating. But don t go be pablc) and Fay Jones was dubbed prcccntly 1 low ,200 calorics for any length of Mama Jones. time without a doctors supervi Speakers were Relief Society Stake sion. Otherwise, you risk skimping President Verna Throckmorton, on vital nutrients. Gcnola; and Danny ThrockmorModerate exercise, which ton from the Stake High Council counteracts your body tendency Closing hymn was, Lord, I Would conscrvc caloncs whcn 'ou arc Follow Thee, followed by bene- dieting. diction by Pat Castlcton. Fast and testimony meeting was Behavior modification. Analyze held Sunday morning, July 2, with when and why you cat-- in front of the TV or when youre bored, for Bishop Mark Young conducting, Announcements: A special fire- instance-th- en strive to change bad side was to be held Sunday evening patterns of eating, at the Marriott Center in Provo, Taken individually, these sugges- Art Linklettcr was to be the guest tions arent new or surprising. Whats new here is the finding that the speaker. Education Week will be August recommendations arent cithcror; you have to work on all three if you Opening hymn was God is Love, hope to succeed over the long term, directed by Wanda Colovich and A single bamboo root may proaccompanied by Dona Davis. Invoduce as many as 100 stems. cation was by Ronald G Cone. - The Eureka Reporter Page Three er ul Taking it off long-lastin- three-legge- Adhhwui0 FsiinninD SQ Wjira SHiffo!? 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