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February 14, 1957

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New Re-Enlistment Program Being Offered by Navy NEW CIVIL DEFENSE uniform is shown here by Mrs. Jean Wood Fuller, Director of Women's Activities for the Federal Civil Defense Admlnistraflon. The trim suit is done in Civil Defense Blue, a new shade of gray-blue. The snappy attire, one of three new uniforms approved by the agency, may be worn by women in civil defense and the Ground Observer Corps throughout the United States. (FCDA Photo) A program offering many new advantages that can be obtained through re-enlistment by ex-Navy men has gone into effect, the New- castle Navy Recruiting office said this week. Under this program, the Navy is extending many benefits that have not previously been granted. Many ex-Navy men, who held certain ratings before discharge, can now go back on active duty without any reduction in their old rate, if they have not been out more than two years. In addition, they may also select their choice of coast for duty, be granted 30 days leave immediately upon re-enlisting and also receive advance travel pay to their new duty station if they wish to drive their own automobile. As a special attraction to ex- Navy men re-enlisting within three months after discharge, the Navy guarantees them a re-enlistment bonus immediately after reen- listment. The Newcastle Navy recruiter said the bonus, plus the promise of 30 days leave, is especially attrac- tive inasmuch as ex-Navy men en- listing under continuous service conditions are paid the bonus im- mediately and are also offered a well-financed leave at home before leaving for their new duty ship or station. children of Gering Nebr were at L, Personal Items weekend guests of Mrs. Popham's To Visit .,ac IqL Mr. and Mrs. Andy Clark and parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Frank. girls were Saturday night supper Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bray and Rest Home guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sager. family visited in Belle Fourche, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dudrey Sunday at the home of Mr. and An invitation to visit the patients and Judy and Chester Lamb vis-Mrs. Fred McKaben. Mr. Bray and at the Black Hills Rest Home in ited Mrs. Dudrey's aunt, Mrs. W. Mr. MeKaben are cousins. Sundance was made this week by B. Townsend Sr. of Osage, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Semsey W. F. Tedro. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Fall and were Friday supper and overnight He said everyone was welcome son of Gillette were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller to visit the home and call on the guests of Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Fall and Gary. Saturday morning, the patients. In making the invitation, and family. Semseys left for Gillette where Tedro said that residents in the Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Popham and they are making their home. home enjoyed having company. A MIXER THAT'S EASY TO USE. EASY TO CLEAN ,.D KEEP CLEAN Here at Your $1.00 DOWH PUTS ANY BRAHD HEW GOODYEAR TIRE ON YOffR CAR RIGHT NOWI PAY BALANCE $1.25 A WEEK BIG .OIL CO IAI Ph. AT 8-fi 74 "MITEE" Your With Calead Cou FEBRUARY Is actually worth CAL|NAD S1.00 towards the pvrchas, of this COUPON S2.49 MIXER i Paul S. Sharp, Owner 8undance, Wyo. Four Corners Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were business and social callers in Sun- dance Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Perino, Jim- mie and Sandy were transacting business in Newcastle Monday. Mr. and Mrs. John Perino were shopping in Newcastle Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hollingsworth, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pzinski and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were among those shopping in Newcastle Saturday. Leo Per/no was a business caller in Newcastle Friday. Mrs. Fred PeriwJ, Jimmie and Sandy were social callers of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pzinski and family Thursday afternoon. T-Sgt. Calvert Todd of Spearfish was a Wednesday evening dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs. Felix Per- ino. The remainder of the e~e- ning was spent watching movies. Mr. and Mrs. Jay Mayberry were Sunday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Smith in Sun- dance. The evening was spent watching television. Hulett The Intemediate Girl Scouts met Feb. 5 at the home of Mrs. Shirley Parsons. Thirteen members were present and the girls worked on t h e i r Devils Tower shoulder patches. The group was divided into two patrols and Lydalou Net- man and Lois Cheshier were se- lected as leaders. Lunch was serv- ed following the meeting. The PTA met Tuesday evening at the high school and plans were discussed concerning the Talent night which will be sponsored by this organization for the purchase of band instruments. The program will be held at the high school Feb. 16 at 8 o'clock. Anyone wish- ing to appear on this program is asked to contact Mrs. Jim Bare, Chairman. Pie and coffee sold in the lunch room at close of the entertainment. Mrs. Elsie Terhune Mrs. R. A. Bush to Cheyenne weekend and visited her son nard and wife and Mrs. Wolf and children. Mrs. drove on to Laramie for a meeting and the ladies home the middle of the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sutton tained Tuesday evening for~ Nur Silan of Denver. Cards nished the evening's Guests were Mr. and Mrs. J. olls, Mrs. Grace Bush, Mrs. Grant, Mr. and Mrs. Mel son Mellie and Mr. and Mrs. Dickson. The Devils Tower Club held a pot luck dinner day at the home of Mrs. Vines. There was a large anee and several visitors. the afternoon games in • xith Valentine's Day were and a business session A pinochle party was urday evening at the home and Mrs. Jess Storm. cluded Mr. and Mrs. Myron borough, Mr. and Mrs. Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Frank and Mr. and Mrs Fred Refreshments were served Fred Borne was the winner draw prize. Word has been received Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bush, were enroute to Florida to the winter, that Mrs. Bush broke her hip. She was an ambulance about a miles to the Baptist Little Rock, Ark. where she ed treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Wolfe o~ per visited here over the at the home of Mrs. Anna Mr. and Mrs. Ernest KnapP moved from Casper back to lett. Served from 9-4 CART WITH THESE Enriched 50 II). • • • ]lolsunl 10 Oz. l)avy Crockett • • @ • • • • • • • • Kuner's 4 14 Oz. • • • U • • • • • @ Break 0 'Morn • • • • • • ~O • • Fresh Tomatoes ...... 15 ’ Ring Bologna .... 3 rings Spearfish, S. D.