i TWO GREEKS RUN DOWN MlF 1 One Un Ik rruxlittl lly Hwitcll JJ, Engine nt Clear Citxk, & jR1) I Correspondence Tho 8un f JLj W HCOFIKLD, June 0 -Friday, u fi!lS j the switch engine wni pssing un- W1W. dcr the tlpplo nt Ctcnr Creek, it K run down two Orcoks, dust dogonls i flK and John Forokas dogonls was . HH .thrown under tho engine nnd ono of i BI his legs was crushed above tho knee fi ' IHl so that amputation was nocessary. i He was taken to a Salt Inko City t . hospital tho next morning Fornkas f ! II received onl) slight brulics I Dr. C. E Mc Dcr mid Is proud ns iHi a lark They have n baby girl, , t born Friday last P H Hughce is ,. :M also tickled to death They have a baby girl born the sumo date ij.fl J. II. Mansou was at Bcofleld , ti5f Tuesday on builncis and looking , 111' over his plant. ui, Mayor dunderson of Price his WfB een n frequent visitor nt Hcoflotd flaf lately, getting supplies for hi herds : &L1B which nro nearby. r C-.i n Willis Madscn. son of Nell M. B Madsen, delightfully celobrated hU B ' 1 twelfth birthday by entertaining iSfi'll about thirty of his llttlo playmates, ,1 H boys and girls, yestorday. Tho af- ') ternoon was spent In games and re- H freihmcnta. SHI Mrs. Agnos MaAlllslor Is acting rwH deputy postmlitreM, asilitlng Mis, ikWiSff Joseph Parmley. IKI Mrs. Lurs Jensen s visiting with 6H her mother at Provo. IsPml Henry Thompson, deputy game IHiH warden, nnd Anthua Madsen, coun- D)ii ty gamo warden of Carbon county, (inl returned from Hprlngvlllo last week w rttB with twenty-five cans of rainbow " fnll trout fry which wero planted In nnd f lijOl about Bcofleld This was Thomp- ' fB U son' first trip Into Pleasant Valley 3K Ho wns well pleased and pronounced 4wfl It u most delightful spot for outings and vacations. Hfli It la reported that J F Ilroylcs nMM Is ubout through with the progres- WsU slves Ho has no uie for J Tom MvtM Fitch. tjftm William Jensen Is enjoying a va- fl cation nt Mt. Pleasant.