Casper Morning Star from Casper, Wyoming on December 12, 1957 · 12
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Casper Morning Star from Casper, Wyoming · 12

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Thursday, December 12, 1957
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12 Cosper Morning Sfor, Thursdoy, Dec. 12, 1957 tx, Rosary Service s I onlqhf For MiclifisI Fannon Hccilal c.f tin- i;. will he licid at 8:110 i'i lurk liiiiii.'li! .it the Iiu-turd Funcnil Heine lor tl.c laic Mi-h;i( b'.miKin. liiim hmr lis, (lent (,l Casper, who died in iMcniin inl H.s-jut ii 1 Monday mt-dit after an i 1 1 Jiess (.f 10 days Ieiiiein Hirh M.iss will be ci IcIji ated at St. Ant lmiiy's Catholic Church m!1i Ms:;!'. T. I- O'Heilly edebiaiit, Mr. Fannon was born January 111. U81. near Ketoina, 111. lie was, reared there and later moved to1 Taeoma. Wa.-h. and later to J'oca-tello, Ida. He (anie to Casper in' V.m and resided at 1037 South Cedar, He was employed by the N'( w York Oil Co. mow Hie Northern Ctilitiesi until he Ktned m H)f)2 lie was 7(1 years of ne at the time of his1 death. He was a member of St Anthony's Church and the Dendwood, S.D. Elks Lodge. Survivors include three sisters, Mrs. Alice Sullivan, Mrs. Glenn Burke, and Mrs. Ernest Johnson,! three brothers, James R. Fannon,! William Fannon, and John Henry Fannon, all of Rockford, 111. Interment will be in Highland, Cemetery. ; Flowers or contributions to the polio fund will le equally acceptable. I READ THE ADS Christmas Troo Lights Being Stolen In City Gine Border-, report el to city police yevterday that a string of Chrisinia.s trie li,lits i,.,d been stol-(il liom a tree in liont (1 Wcst-lli';;e Hardware 'I'uesday l.;;:iit. Fi-hce said t ' : cL.y lluy had licened othrr ( ciiu;i':,i :nl s about I hells of hid. Is and that tin y wei e !.-oiiiK to chick carefully to try to stop Hum. CAP Lessons Slated The first hour for Casper Squadron. CAP, tonight at the airport will be film strips on navigation and went her for Phase 1 anil 2 cadets nnd a lecture by the chaplain for Phase 1 and 3 will occupy the second hour. Phase 2 cadets will study airports, airways and electronics. Senior members are reminded that membership renewals must reach national headquarters before Dec. 31. Non-Support Denied In J. P. Court No. 1 yesterday Thomas Mayhue pleaded innocent to a charge of non-support of four minor children. j Justice Alice K. Burridge set the: preliminary hearing for 2 pm. D.'c 16. j Helen J. Bedsawl was fined $25 and $5 80 to.-ts for driving while under suspension. A two day mandatory sentence was suspended clue to extenuating circumstances. In J. P. Court No. 2, Justice G. Joseph Cardine fined William Gill, Jr., $G5 and $580 costs for driving uhile under the influence. STAR WANTADS GET RESULTS Forgery Draws 1 Year Sentence was passed in District Court yesterday on Leonard Yates on a forgery count to not less than one year nor more than 18 months in state penitentiary. Rip Van Winkle Couldn't Sleep with Nagging Backache Now ! You can jrrt the fii.nt relief yon need from imgin b:u Uarhr, he;iI;iche and muscular Hchi-s and pains that often cause u-sl-les nijjhtrtnnd miserable tired-out leelin.us. When these discomforts come on with overexertion or stress and si rain you want relief want it fast! Another distniham-e may he mild hlndder irritation following wiitnj food and di ink often setting up a restless uncomfortahle feeling. I''or quick relief vrtt lJoan's Tills. They Wnik fast in sepai ate ways: 1. hy speedy ain-relievin; action to ease tot incut of na-j: int; hackache, headaches, nuiscula r aches and pains. 2. hy their soothing tdTect on bladder irtitation. It. hy their mild diuretic action tending to increase output of the li miles of kidney tubes, Kind out how quickly this M-way medicine jioes to work. Knjoy a good night's sleep and the same happy relief millions have for over tto years. Ak for new, lame size and ave money. Get Dunn's I'illa today 1 surprise her with Be clever. give her the fragrance she can't be without . . . feminine Chantilly ...now packaged In a dramatic three-dimensional way. Eau de Toilette and Dust ing Powder. $3.50 prices plus tax mm SH Eau de Toilette and Liquid Skin Sachet, the original "perfume that clings." $3.95 tau de Toilette. Liquid Skin Sachet and Dusting Powder with both shaker top and puff. $5.00 HOUBIGANT RERFUMERS SINCE 1775 Bi-Rife Pay-Less Drugs 147 South Center Dial 3-8961 Scene For Charity Gifts ' 1 h A v . v I v x ,i iv k . j v( f - ( J" ' Ci'L, A The nativity scene t his year has been set up on the old city hall grounds instead of on the triangle across from the City-County building as it was last year. In an effort to teach the religious significance of Christmas giving, parents have been asked to have their children bring gifts to the manger Saturday, Sunday and Monday to re-enact the bearing of gifts to the Christ Child. Presents will be divided among charitable organizations to be passed on to children who are less fortunate. STAR photo. ML; These are just a few examples of the many exceptional values in fine carpet you'll find awaiting your inspection here. Come in and see them today. 100 WOOL TWEED NOW ONLY (6) SQ. YD. THIS IS ALL WOOL AT THE PRICE OF RAYON OR COTTON MARK VI HEATHER VISCOSE REG. $7.45 SQ. YD. SQ. YD. jNC REG 10( POSITIVELY I 1 Mi i V. 1 ONE HOUR FREE CUSTOMER PARKING ACROSS THE S"

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