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neth Ballou; Frances Vasey and Edna Brantley, Belle Fourche Gene Hughes; Marilyn Willey and E. A. Miller, Sundance John Thorn, representing the Nels Smith, Sundance grade school; Marlys Willey and Howard Harvey, Casper Jerry Griffis, Freshmen; Diana Jack Necklason, Sundance Roberts and Ted Waugh, Sopho- O. M. Deeder, Moorcroft This fall, 19 Moorcroft child- mores; and Vera Wood and Roger Mrs. Howard Cain, Green River ~a, all five-years-old, are being years. Funeral services were held Svoboda, Seniors. Mrs. Alma Griffith, Upton SVen the chance to go to school in Spearfish, S. Dak., Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sutton of l~st as their big brothers and sis- A daughter was born Tuesday, Albany, Oregon spent the weekend William Reinhold, Buhl, Idaho ~s do. October 22nd at the hospital in at the Fred Sutton home. Roy Thompson, Moorcroft The reason is the new kinder- Belle Fourche to Mr. and Mrs. Jim -- - ,~'ten, the latest addition to the ~OOrcroft school system. Neiman. She is their fourth child a big part in the estab- and has been named Sheri Kay. A~va Mr. and Mrs. Steve Nuckolls are of the kindergarten was the parents of a son born in Gil-(Oct. 31) Moorcroft Civic and Culture lette October 23rd and has been Mrs. Russell French who had the Club members, seeing the merit named Clifton Eugene. misfortune of getting a leg broken starting a kindergarten, took Mr. and Mrs. Jay Airheart have was taken to the Belle Fourche e idea to the Moorcroft grade sold their ranch to Thea Tromble hospital. She was dismissed Sun- hool board. If the board had and plan to leave Seely the early day to come home. ~toed the plan, the club hoped part of November. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Dale Stephens spent the start a private kindergarten. Airheart and two children left weekend at the home of his moth- ~Iowever, the school board gave Wednesday for Casper to spend a er Mrs. Anna Belle Stephens. few days. The older children re- plan unanimous approval and Sunday guests at the Clarence and Culture club members mained with Mr. and Mrs. Tromble ~iately supplied the new class and attended school. Collins home were Mr. and Mrs. scissors, crayons, clay and Girl Scout Troop No. 46 held Wilford Collins and family of Sun- their regular meeting October 22, dance and Mrs. Carlie Storm and L and playthings were collect- in the Home Ec room at the high three children. ~m the homes of club mem- school. The girls sewed on dish Mrs. Jean Rounds and girls were and arranged around the cloths and Mrs. Norman Collins visitors at the Vic French home furnished cookies for refreshments. Sunday. the school year, the The meeting closed by singing the An interesting program honor- has pledged its time and ef- club song. Janet H0wer, Reporter ing Graceland college was held in to help with holiday parties Mrs. Don Roberts and daughter the Alva church Sunday morning. the children. The club is of Belle Fourche visited several supplying the child- days with the Luther Hower fam- Getting The Tinle$ with their daily mid-morning ily. Charles Chittim of Casper and New ~ckie Averett, president of the said it is the club's intention aid the kindergarten in every Possible. Hulett (Oct. 31) death of Mrs. Lydia Otter- which occured some time the night of October 22nd discovered early the next by Mr. and Mrs. Aubery Mrs. Otterbein had been in health for the past week al- she had walked to town on and was a supper guest Gertrude Mahoney, before home. She was a resi- of Seely and Hulett for many Mrs. Dell Williamson of Newcastle were visiting old friends here Sat- urday. Miss Dixie Nuckolls of Casper spent the weekend with her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Nuckolls. The annual Halloween carnival was held at the high school Sat- urday night with a large crowd attending and enjoying the var- ious booths and entertainments. Miss Linnea Callquist was chosen Queen for the high school and her attendant was Jerry Waugh. They were crowned by last years Queen and King, Darlene Mahoney and Larry Proctor. Queen for the grade school was Shirley Ander- son and the King was David Ha- beck. The princesses and their at- tendants were Gall Dent and Ken- J. W. Snider, Sundance Ray Craft, Rockypoint Ruby McCormack, Caldwell, Ida. Lynn Barnes, Sundance Renewals Lt. Calvin Hejde, Santa Ana, California. W. J. Wenande, Stroner Mrs. Edna Menzer, Wyckoff, N. J. Wyodak Chemical Co., Upton Mrs. Caroline Kunerth, Winnetka, Illinois. Mina Seig, Weott, Calif. Mrs. C. W. Foulkes, Dodge City, Kansas Mrs. Harold Richman, Portland, Oregon Arthur Hauber, New Haven J. O. Zane, Laramie Mrs. H. J. Sohl, Moorcroft Lyle Fall, Sundance Wyo. State Employment Service, Newcastle Donald -Tracy, Sundance Turf Bar, Sundance Leslie Jones, Sundance K. Dungey, Aladdin Mrs. Marie Andersen, Sundance H. F. 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The new miracle air ride and either variable pitch or the revolutionary flight pitch Dynaflow d are optional equipment on the Special series which comes in seven models. , ) @ , You are ,nvnted to come nn and see the Anrl)orae B-58 { p " ) Bunck now at / i LeMar Motor Co. l