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BYU To 0-0 Tie In Wyoming's undefeated Cowboys line stopped them cold. Regular Session Held by - ish her share of the material, the home of Mrs. Minnie Wi#Ula~ But~ns an~ Bows Homemakers Nell Moore reported on the with the members answering ro The Buttons and Bows did it meeting of the Crook County Court- call by telling their family ply.,, again Oct. 22 when the club held cil which was held Sept. 28. She for Thanksgiving. MemberS Wl~ a meeting without the aid of either also suggested that the club have also bring a wrapped christ~,f~s the president or the vice-president, a monitor program in 1958 with package to demonstrate wrapPW~' Beulah Richards, secretary-treasur- each member being responsible Tiny Bush will have charge of the and the underdog Cougars of The Cougars received a golden er conducted the meeting, for a short demonstration on any entertainment. Brigham Young University hat-opportunity in the fourth quarter. The meeting at the Enid Frisbee subject of their choice during a tled to a scoreless deadlock in a Farmer bobbled a punt from BYU home was attended by eight mere- particular month. The plan was Mrs. Hopper Cox of Moorcroft rain-soaked, mud-caked Skyline quarterback Carroll Johnston on bers who answered roll call by approved by the club. spent Sunday with Mrs. Jay p~ Conference game at Laramie Sat- the Cowboy 20 and Linn Reading giving their own personal groom- Norma Moore gave a discussion fee while their husbands aloB~^o urday, recovered for BYU. ing problems, of the work simplification program, with Dick and Jay Russell Dud~ A homecoming crowd, cut to With fourth down and one yard Mrs. Richards told the club that giving pointers on how to save of Upton and A. B. Durfee spell 9,018 by the rain which started an hour before game time, watched the tilt which developed into a bruising defensive battle fought mostly in the middle of the field. Rain fell throughout the game and the players were almost un- recognizable most of the time. The two teams collected only 35 yards passing together and punts on third down were frequent. The Cowboys made their long- est penetration of the day when they drove inside the BYU 20 in the first period. A 37-yard gallop by halfback' Harold Farmer spark- ed the drive. Wyoming drove an- other five yards before the BYU to go, Wyoming stopped the Cou- gars with a yard loss and kicked out of danger. Wyoming outrushed BYU 197 yards to 117 but lost six fumbles to cripple their chances. Larry Zowada, the Wyoming quarterback, booted one punt 63 yards which rolled dead on the BYU 6 but couldn't get his pass- ing to clicking. The Cowboys have won three, two in conference play, and tied two, both in league play, this seas- on. The game was Wyoming's 16th in all play and llth in confer- ence play without defeat. the Inyan Kara club had given steps and time in daily work. $100 from its treasury to send Mrs. Mrs. Petera, county health and Carol Ann Petera to the national safety chairmar, visited the club meeting at Columbus, Ohio. and showed slides of her trip to The club decided that since Mrs. the National Home Demonstration Peters represented the county it Council meeting. She also spoke should pay its share of her ex-briefly on her trip. penses. The club agreed to send Myrtle Rathbun was in charge ten dollars to the Inyan Kara club. of the entertainment for the day. Mrs. Richards, as chairman of Prizes went to Beulah Richards the sign making committee for and Olivia Hauber. club safety signs, reported on the Mrs. Frisbee served a lunche,m material needed for the signs. The with a Halloween motif. Guests cost of the material was discussed were Mrs. Peters, Mrs. Frances and it was decided that if the club Benson of Gillette, and Mrs. Alice could not afford the material, each Redding of New Haven. member would be asked to furn- The club will meet Nov. 20 at the day hunting. Complete Line YOUR AUTHORIZED DEALER Deadwood, S. D. BELLE RIVER (Oct. 24) Mr. and Mrs. Joe Svoboda spent Sunday at the Bob Davis ranch. Mrs. Davis is Mrs. Svoboda's sister. Vance Svoboda had spent the week- end with his uncle, aunt and cous- ins returned home in the evening with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Maleom Driskill were Belle Fourche visitors Sun- day. Kay Driskill was in Spearfish on Monday attending to business. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Davis stopped at the T Cross T ranch for a few minutes Monday morning. Dean Davis was also a caller. The Dean Davis' are completing an attractive new home on the Davis ranch. The children of the Deer Creek and Belle River schools accompan- ied by their teachers, Mrs. Kay Driskill and Mrs. Joe Svoboda, spent Wednesday afternoon in Hu- lett going through the sawmill. Joe Svoboda was a business cal- ler in Sundance Thursday. Thurs4ay evening the Malcom Driskills were callers at the Gantz ranch. Mrs. Carp McAmis went to New- ell Thursday. She was called there by the illness of her mother. Kay Driskill went to Spearfish Saturday on business. (Oct. 31) Monday Mr. and Mrs. Bill Pan- nell and family were in Belle Fourche shopping. The children and teacher of the Deer Creek school are enjoying a new school house that they moved into on Monday. Tuesday Deane Davis and Kay Driskill were in Sturgis and Belle Fourche on business. Mr. and Mrs. Wilford Bunney received word the first of the week of the birth, October 19, of their first grand-child, a son born to Mr. and Mrs. Bob Fowlkes of Casper. Mrs. Fowlkes is their only daughter. The Bunneys left Thurs- day for Casper where Mrs. Bunney will remain for awhile. Mrs. Robert Hight and daughter Jeanie of Scotts Bluff, Nebraska arrived Thursday to visit Mrs. El- sie Holcomb. They will remain un- til Sunday when they will return to their home. Mrs Joe Svoboda and Mrs. Kay Driskill spent Saturday in Belle Fourche shopping and visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Malcom Driskill were Hulett shoppers on Saturday. Sundance, Wyo. Oct. 31, 1957 of the 0 O 0 and the I II Ph. AT 8-2182 I 1. Wear-proofs engines because ttavoline's balanced addi- tive formula provides tougher oil film. 2. Cleans as it lubricates--releasing full power of every | drop of gasoline, q 3. C~stom-made for today's higher powered cars. Keeps tappets free and quiet. | 4. Continually improved for over 50 years; tests prove Advanced Custom-Made Havoline is the best motor oil your money can b~y. | Give your car the best in products and service. 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