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Casper Morning Star from Casper, Wyoming • 6

Casper, Wyoming
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6 Casper Morning Star, Tuesday, July 26, 195 fline Tedav mmaryuem X. a ww I Along the Beat With Lou Musser Oraniner an Engagement, The father noted the Casper, Wyo, The deadline for filing petitions for the municipal primary election is 5 today, it was learned at the city clerk's office Monday. Up to closing time Monday. Mayor Howard Leik was the only one to file for that office. In ward one five candidates have filed for councilmen, incum-

E. Trem- bath, Art Terry, Rex Iserman and W. M. Trollinger. a In ward two, incumbent Dr W.

E. Barnes will be opposed br W. CBabe" Miller. 1 In ward three candidates ho have filed are William Keszler Don Eggert, Willis Ween and Paul J. Jones.

That electrical Storm early Monday morning Was the worst we have ever Been in Casper Patch on the shoulder and said "Oh, they are from Casper, Monday night in the Peacock Room of the Gladstone hotel Was Lcs Tprh -nrofanist. extraordinary Wyoming" The lad. gave them another look and said, "How did He Just recently completed a six And we have a lot of others who think so too Reminded us of the days in Iowa When we was months engagement at me i-iuim Continental in Kansas City He has nlaverl before two presidents in i the U. S. and notables in three foreign countries and in 46 of the 43 states At one time ne was a member of the Art Jarrett band, and also the "Three Stooges" And has played in leading hotels in New York, Boston and Washington, D.

C. they get to America?" (Where was your horse, Bob?) And what Fisherman from the Wyoming National Bank was it that After fishing in Outlaw Canyon Had to stand up all night and why? All we heard was that his initials are N. M. Hmmnn! Back from a Vacation trip is Edness Mokler, county treasurer Attended the B. and convention at Reno, Nev.

and also visited at Las Vegas, Zion and Bryce Canyon A nice trip was reported although it was quite hot. Ileard this one Too, but not a youngster And spent a lot of time in the clothes closet sitting on feather pillows Which in those days wa3 a sure way of not getting struck by lighting Anyway, the flashes that zig-zagged their way across the dark blue-gray of the 6ky Was quite spectacular at times And that thunder was Just no small firecracker either Bet It woke most people In Casper. And then There was Martin Crowe Who took a fishinj? trip to the Laramie range of mountains Saturday morning And ran Into a snow shower But the fish were biting okay And not only that he found a big box Which had been sealed shut And returned it to the owner who rewarded him So it was quite a successful trip. Then we heard A rumor that one of the popular night clubs in the area Has been sold To be announced in the near future. Got revenge The Jim and Rex softball team -Gots Us revenge at the State Penitentiary Sunday Won a double header from Billy That Carlene Kins The first one 18-11, and the seconu Can Sudden Fire 6-1 First time the boys in the big house have been defeated in quite some time W.

C. "Babe" Miller, former warden, who ar Johnson recently chosen Miss U.S A. In the Miss Universe contest at Long Beach Is a cousin of Billy Johnson Proprietor of the Johnson Clothing store here. 'Wipe You ranged the games, says that things Noted that Captain Elmer Maki. in charge of traffic safety for the Casper Police department Was overseeing the painting of yellow lines in front of the post office Monday And also loading tones in the downtown district answer to the burning ques- tion is in your insurance! Adequate coverage can remove the financial sting help put you "back on your feet." Call us.

Where 15-mlnute parking Is allowed Making it easier for motorists to remember the time limit. Also that Western Jewel ers have changed locations the bon agency Moved from their Beech street lo have simmered down at the pen After the flare-up of a week ago. Most of the Windows have been removed from the old Grand Central Hotel And the doors removed And part of the roof has been dismantled Pedestrians are urged to keep outside the barricades Due to the possibility of falling bricks and timbers. If you might Have wondered why the flag at Old Fort Caspar Was flying at half mast Monday It was in honor and memory of Cordell Hull Former secretary of state And Uie ceremonial flag given to the Fort Caspar commission by the Casper Veterans of Foregln Wars will be at half-mast Tuesday, in honor of Caspar Collins. cation To the recently remodel One-Year Parole Given to Henry A man found guilty of statutory raps is out on parole for one year.

The man, Arthur Beecher Henry, was sentenced three to five years In the Wyoming State Penitentiary by District Judge S. J. Lewis, Monday. The sentence was suspended, and Henry paroled. Henry pleaded guilty to the same charge In justice court July 19, and on $500, was bound to district court for sentencing.

Henry, who was married recently, admitted to raping a 17-year-old girl in Casper, July 16. ed space in the Huber building Next to the Casper Chamber of Commerce Formerly occupied THE HOUSE OF DEPENDABLE INSURANCE 132 So. Wolcott Dial 2-4551 Casper by Dr. Fassett. And the Big irnt In the Washington school yard has been taken down And men were working in the rain Monday afternoon Shoveling up the wood shavings and saw-dust which covered the floor The Salvation Army held meetings there.

We heard this one When Bob and Ruth Bailey Took a side trip over to Atlantic City From Philadelphia where they were at tending the Elks Convention They were dressed, of course like the rest of the Casper delegation Ill the most approved western cowboy style A man and his two little sons Were quite interested in the clothes, especially the small 1 1 i y. UfHWAM i iViViV Trt i'l i V. iii Vi Yi'iViVi'i i fry The smaller one, after look ing Bob up and down Asked his father where they came from I re ibj II--: i 'O Ml JIB CB Discover the BIG DIFFERENCE In big cars lake "Tlie big difference Is what Chrysler does for youl" That's what tens of thousands of new Chrysler owners are saying and that' what you'll Bay when you takeTChrysler'a "100-Million-Dollar Ride." No other car handles bo easily or provides such ewift, smooth, safe power as Chrysler. You enjoy unmatched control at any speed, with the only full-time power steering. You command the world's most powerful type V-8 engine, plus the newest of all transmissions.

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