The Eureka Reporter Page Two July 14. Church news 1989 CATHOLIC: To begin the Sunday Mass at St. (Ilic iatreka Seporter the congregations read the entrance antiphon together. Turn to the Lord was the theme of the mass. Scripture readings were taken from the book ofthe prophet Isaiah, the letter of Paul to the Galatians, and the gospel of St. Luke. In his homily, Father spoke on the central theme of the read- ings, Peace and Joy. Prayers were asked for Emma (UPS-179-62- 0) Published weekly at Eureka, Utah 84628 Printed by ART CITY PUBLISHING COMPANY Springville, Utah S4663 Subsciption in advance, per year: Juab County $12 out off Juab County $15.50 in Please send change of address to The Eureka Reporter, Church Street, Eureka, liT 84628. Second class postage paid at Springville, UT POSTMASTER: 84663. Publisher MARTIN W. CONOVER MRS. GRACE BERNINI Member: UTAH PRESS Editor ASSOCIATION Franks family enoys train ride Barry and Mary Franks and their two daughters, Kristin and Erica, returned to their home in Salt Lake vacation in City after an eight-da- y the State of Colorado. Their first stop was in Utah at Arches National Park where they viewed the many interesting and colorful arches and formations. Another interesting tour was in Mesa Verde National Park at the Anasazi Indian Cliff Dwellings. Needless to say, this tour required a lot of climbing as they walked the Lost Souls, between the two towns. Pulled by coal-fire- d steam engines, the Victorian coaches and gondolas rattle and bump along through 45 miles of the most spectacular scenery in America. As the train featuring multistoried apartment buildings constructed more than two centuries before Columbus discovered America. Highlight of their trip was a ride on the Durango and & Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad that runs the gorge of the Animas River of One of the funnest activities, according to the girls, was an hour-lon- g horseback ride. Stops were also made in the Four Corners area and Cortez. On the return trip, the family visited with relatives in East twisting streets of Indian ghost towns crosses a high trestle, one can see the Animas falling through a narrow chasm clogged with boulders and logs. Legend has it that here is where the lost souls reside. In Durango, a chuckwagon dinner was enjoyed at the Bar D Chuck-wagon. Live entertainment was provided by the Bar D Wranglers. Mary Frances Bridgeman FrancesGarrily Bridgeman, 7YieVulyY989inRT'-e- ,; UROLOGICAL supplies and adult 6??-5- ; g813 at,dll5C0unt 800-344-174- 1. GARAGE SALE: Sat., July 15. Good Muff I Microwave, ceiling fan, new household Items, misc. 125 E. 300 S, Ephraim- AUCTION: Sat., July 22nd, Steamboat Dozer, track Springs, CO. 1 0 a.m.-D- -8 s, 1954 loader, houseboat, Crestline Skyliner Ford, equipment trailers, copiers & computers, torgrader, dump trucks, 4x4's, tools, equipment, bldg, materials, metal semi-tractor- mo-hospi- parents of Evanston, Wyoming; grandparents, Jun and Bessie Toone, Mammoth, Utah; sister, Debbie LDS: Padilla and brother, Thomas, both Sacrament meeting at the Eureka He was pre- LDS Ward Church, was conducted Evanston, Wyoming. ceded in death by one brother and by Tom Nedrebcrg. one sister. Announcements were: A Pio- Services were held Saturday at neer Trek by the Primaiy chil- Evanston LDS 4th Ward ChapeL dren.willbe held Saturday, Jidy 15, thc Evanston at 5 p.m. m the church. Everyone is Burjal invited. A stake priesthood meeting is slated on August 13 in Santaquin. Education Week will be August 22 thru the 27th. LOCAL Eureka handyman to do main- America, the Beautiful, was the tenance work on Eureka home - to opening song directed by Wanda restore it to rentability. Call collect: Colovich, with accompaniment by Ray Beck 1 after 5 p.m. A4 Donna Davis. Auction Service-Catalo- in Cedar Fort on Canyon, Sunday, happily turned out to be a Robert Fife Family Reunion. (The first time the family has been together for some time), Enjoying the picnic and catch- ing up on family doings were: Bob and Fawn Fifeof Eureka, and their children and grandchildren: Cliff and Kerrie Fife, and their children, Janice, Ryan and Wayne, of McGill, Nevada; Bill and Joy Simons, and children, Deanne, Brian and Chad, Cedar Fort; Carl and Pam Fife and family, Terry Lynn and GJ., of A small part of the Anasazi Indian diff dwelling? in Mesa Verde. Bany, Orem, Utah; plus Fawns mother, Erica and Kristin Franks in center of picture. 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She was a member 0f the Catholic Church and while Lewis,whohadrecentlybceninthe jn the Tintic area, was a parish- in Nephi suffering prob- - ioner of St. Patricks Church. lems with her has since Canyon' Health watomZdganandtL3 returned to Care Center, and is feeling better, rsWed in Eureka until the late although still undergoing tests). 1950s, when Bills work took them Mass on Sunday, July 16,issched- - to Cuba, Israel, Las Vegas, Nevada, uled at the regular time, 4 p.m. an(j other Diaces. Survivors include her husband of Carson City, Nevada; two sons and one daughter: Roger, Michael and METHODIST: Frankie. Service the for Eighth Worship Burial was at Mt. Calvary Cemethe at after Pentecost, Sunday tery in Salt Lake City. Eureka Methodist Church, was conducted by Rev. David Amrie. He was assisted by Mabel Butler at Evan the organ. Opening hymn was The Man Evan Allen Lester, age 38, died Who Once Has Found Abode. s4al his home were from the Scripture readings a result f an bookofPsalms, Galatians, and the electrical accident. oncnei nf T nke He was born May 27, 1951 in Following the sermon and prayers Evanston wyoming t0 Allen Byrne of thanksgiving, Holy Communion and Beiyl Toone Lester. He marwas administered ried Rose Wisdom, April 10, 1975 The service was closed with benein Elk City, Oklahoma. They were diction and the hymn, God Be later divorced. With You. The church service on He is survived by one son, RaySunday, July 16, will begin at the mond, and one daughter, Samanregular time, 3 p.m. tha, both Meeker, Colorado; his Invocation was by Lee Bird. 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