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The Lusk Herald from Lusk, Wyoming • 7

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The Lusk Heraldi
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Lusk, Wyoming
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7
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I 1 rv'J THE LUSK HERALD i 'Vj1 Keeline MileHigh4-HClubWins National Safety Commendatiori ra T-lV- Wyoadna 28-1963 March a--1 tlv band died in 1943' Her parents three sister and two brothers have L'jKrfj? yf- -r a Martha? Schutt 'Dies Hero Sunday -y-- Ufo" also died 11 1 Straws a Gold Star mother and' a member of the' War MoiberLpgpff dauahlf I UilaUwisaljim Nprris Will Marry' 4 Geraldine Godfrey and James Coen Many in Cody LDS Church Sunday 'is sS gyafejjg- bs tas at- Funeral service will he held MtoS today at 2O pjn at the Fed gSJfgbJ i Chanel with tfae Rev Edward CSS PooT if the MvvUto Community AUtence aiun officiating Mrs J-P Watson organiri great grarefiilld with Mrs Poser and Mrs Em- erson Bonner singing the and Old Rugged Casket bearers are: Bert Marr Milton' Weber Ed Rogina Marvin Orville Manring and Eddie Marks Martha Augusta Bethke was born July 10 1883 at Turen Ger- i- She te 'survived bf three Hre Association Mooting Wednesday Tlie first annual meeting of the Niobrara County" Fire Control Association will be held far the j- Tlie keeline Mifo-HM-H CJub has been awarded i certificate of KS iwiilif RitBmlfM (Vnoft County Extension Office i r-v conducted by the Keeline dun members lari year The most noteworthy project conducted by the club was a community Health and Safety Fair at which project groups within the club eroded booths on safety hazards and practices Several skits readings and demonstrations were presented by club members at the meeting and a film on safety shown The club members stressed safety throughout the year In prated work and at meetings Mrs Wilma Wright of Lori Springs director of the club supervised the safety program with tne assistance of the other leaders in the dub The certificate of commendation will be awarded to the Kao-line Mite-Hi 4-H Club at the county wide Hedth Safety and Citizenship Fair which trill be held at the County Auditorium Saturday evening April 27 The public te invited and urged tq attend Duncan Hines Cake ixes Lemon Chocolate White or Yellow Cream Style Com Cut Green Beans -rv Venus Kilmer Is ElecfedArabian Vy Association Pres Venus Kilmer of Lusk was elected president of the Wyoming "Arabian' Horae Association --at a meeting in Wheatland Saturday Other officers elected at the dinner meeting were: Dr Leon Shinner Cheyenne vice-preei- dent: Mrs Gertrude Schlitz secretary Mrs Gerald Angel Wheat-' land treasurer Some 30 persons from all areas of Wyoming attended the meeting Mr and Mrs Kilmer were- the only ones front Lusk A Lusk Team Wins Lions Bowling Tourney Here A Lusk bowling team won the Lusk Lions Club cowling tournament held at the Bluebird Lanes Sunday Newcastle was second Members of the winning team were: JCestcr Akers Mas Bird Charles Christian Merle Hahn Dr Kilgore They gathered a 2846 series for the three games Newcastle had 2744 Another Lusk team was third with 2736 Scores of other bowling teams were: Lusk 2693 Lusk 2660 Gknrock 2643 Sundance 2607 Glen rock 2366 Otfcer Lusk bowlers included Dick Pfister Bill Welch Bus Gsutschi Erwin Jim Potter Royce Nelson Don White aker Mel Merc hen Stan Wasson Dr Al Paulsen Dale Fullerton Some $30 to $73 for the fence at the new Lusk baseball field was raised through the event Patrol Seeking Leads on Vandals An estimated $1000 damage was done to- 30 highway rims In Niobrara Convene and Platte counties sometime after 11:00 pm last Wednesday A west bound vehicle that evidently started near the western border of Niobrara was used to push over highway signs from there to Douglas along Highway 20 From the direction tjie signs were knocked over the vehicle came back from Douglas and then proceeded south from Orin on Highway 26 and 87 toward Glenda Signs on both sides of the Highway were flatened The Highway Patrol at Lusk Douglas or Wheatland would appreciate any information that anyone might have regarding slow moving vehicles along the highway during the early morning hours of Thursday March 21 County Spelling Content Saturday The annual Niobrara County Grade School veiling contest will be held iA the NCHS cafeteria Sat- urday starting at 9:30 am The annual event which has contestants from most Niobrara schools participating te under the supervision of Mrs Grace Kurts Niobrara superintendent of many the daughter of Henry and Auguste Bethke At the age of nine she came to America with her parents They settled near York Nebr In 1903 die was married to Louis SchutL'They were the parents of nine -children four of which died previously Elsie Flora' Vern and Arick Her huf- Hills Bros or Maxwell House 2-lb tin 7- -rJ-1 i- Mrs lbn Lewis of Fort Collins Cola announces the engagement of her youngest daughter Leila to Cpi James Norris son of Mrs Beulah Norris of Lusk Both Leila and Jim graduated from NCHS with the dess of 1939 Leila is now a Senior at Colorado State College Greeley Her social sorority te Alpha Sigma Alpha' Upon graduation from high school Jim enlisted in the US Marine Corps After eighteen months overseas he is now stationed at Omaha Nebr A late summer wedding te planned MS Chapter Is Organized Mon A Niobrara County Multiple Sclerosis Chapter was formed at a meeting Monday evening The Chapter will soon be associated with the Wyoiping and National Associations Mrs Ray Olafson wvs elected president Mrs Henry Kkmke te secretary-treasurer and members of the board of directors am Herbert Moody Charles Christian and Mrs Mary Anne Griffith The group hopes to better inform itself of advancements being made in the field of medical re-' search and tentative plans include the conducting of a fund railing drive here' Without any explanable reason this immediate anas seems to have a high rate of multiple sclerosis victims Easter Seal Speaker At NCHS Asseaibly Mrs Evelyn Ferguson field representative of the Wyoming Society tor Crippled Children and Adults more commonly known as the Easter Seal Society spoke to an assembly at NCHS Wednesday morning Mrs Ferguson herself a handicapped individual te attempting to form a youth board here From the local youth board oae representative will be selected to serve on a state board MIm Geraldine Oodfrey deugh-ter of Mr and Mn Edward Oodfrey of Cody became the bride of i lames Coen son of Mr and Mrs Mick Coen of Keeline Sunday 1 Match 24 at lbs LD1 Church in Cody The four o'clock single ring ceremony was solemnized by the Bishop Seldon Willis The brute given in marriage by her father wore a ballerina length gown of white nylon chiffon with a lace bodice Miss Beveriy Godfrey attended her sister as maid of honor and Don Thomas of Billings was best -man Following the ceremony a reception was held at the bride's home The bride graduated from Cody High School in I960 and the poom is a graduate of Niobrara County High School also in I960 and has been attending Junior college in Billings They will make their home in Lusk where Jim will be employed by the State Highway Department Engagement Elizabeth Watt Is Announced I I'lfM fr I fa- j'tyf Mr and MriiWilliam Oi Watt of Denver formerly of Lusk announce the engagement of their daughter Elizabeth to Dr Richard Scott son of Mr and Mrs Frank Scott of Lps Vegas Nev rrsak is Scott of Lps Vegas An early wedding is planned Mias Watt is a graduate of orado State University where she received a degree in speech pathology fat Marat She had begun her study at the University of Wyoming She is employed as a speech and hearing clinician for the hard-of-hearing special education ciass in the Adams County School District in Commerce City Cola north of Denver Miss Watt was a member of Sigma Alpha Eta speech and hearing honorary commander of Angel Flight AWS Judiciary president and house president of her social sorority Delta Delta Delta Dr Scott presently is practicing veterinary -medicine at the Littleton Veterinary Clinic In Littleton Cola He completed Veterinary Medical School in -1962 at Colorado Slate University He was a member of Lancers men's honors iy and was chapter president of his social fraternity Sigma Alpha Epsilon COW BELLES GROUP I MEET AT URRANEK HOME Niobrara Cow Belles Group I met at the home of Mrs Mae Uibanek March 20 Dessert was Served to the following members: Mrs Lillian Christian Mrs 'Laura Dixon Mrs Martha Thompson Mn Harriet Thompson Mrs Edna Petz Mrs Glenna Madden Mia Genevieve McMaster Mrs Elizabeth Kaan Mrs Jessie Sietn-sea Mis Iris Smylte Mrs lastta Boner Mrs Leoia James Mrs Olive ZumBnmnee and guests -Mis Betty PendvaL Mrs Elsie Christian Elsie Thomson' and' Mrs Blanche Spencer After a short business meeting and a report on the Cook-off -Contest by Mrs Laura Dixon the afternoon was spent playing bridge High prize went to Glenna Mad- den second high to Martha Thompson and low to Olive Zum-Bnutnen Draw prize were won by Elsie Thomson Izetta Boner end Genevieve McMaster Mn Wood Fanning of Laramie daughter of Erwin is here visiting him a few days this week Irenc Dupes Honored On 82nd Birthday Mrs Irene Dupes was 82 on" March 21 A group of friends surprised her in the afternoon by arriving with homemade cookies and gifts VMting was enjoyed and Mrs Dupes later opened her gifts Those honoring Mrs Dupes were Mrs Ruby- Nelson Mn Catherine NuttaU Mrs Anna Gaukel Mrs Pauline Elite and Doug Mm Shirley Stoner Jim and Kelly Mrs Lee Thomas Mrs Esther Bartoa Mrs Arlene Eddy Mil Wanda Engebretsen and Genevieve Heine DJLfi HOLD MEETING IN TORR1NCTON SATURDAY Mary Fernandes Grace- Me-' Donald and Jewell Gamble were hostesses to the Epsilon Chapter of the Delta Kappa Gamma meet-' ing at the Wyoming Grill with a 12:15 luncheon in Torrington Saturday The tables were decorated with the St theme Maude Runser president conducted the meeting Discussion on sponsoring a scholarship for a worthy woman teacher was considered iA committee was chosen to make the selection Plana were made for the state convention which te to be held at Riverton April 26 and 27 Mrs Fern Allen gave an intereating and educational talk in which she acknowledged the contributions made by some of our Wyoming women some of them honored were: Esther Morris Grace Raymond He-bard and Lillian Portienier Genevieve Haveiy and Isabella Thrasher were on the program committee The meeting adjourned after the group sang the official Delta Kappa Gamma song with Mary Fernandes accompanying them on the 'piano The members from Lusk were unable to attend JOINT BIRTHDAY PARTY HELD AT KEYS HOME Mrs Del Alter and Dwayne Peterson were honored with a dinner Sunday at the Don Keys home by Mrs Don Keys and Mn pMii peteraoiL Guests were Mr and Mrs Bunt Alter Mr and Mn George Jug-ler Del Alter Aleta Bette and Colleen John Alter Dpn Keys Beulah Norris and Bob VlONfXSR CLlti MEETS AT WSSERBURGER HOME Mrs John Wssserburaer was hostess to the Pioneer Sr Club Match 3 Robert Gay gave demonstration on Your Line" Present were: Mrs Edwin Pfis-ter Mrs A David and Mrs Albert DeGcring Mrs faette Boner joined the dub and Mrs Jim Wasserburger was visitor The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs Nellie Jones April 2 BIRTHS Much to Mr and Mrs Sherwin West of Denver a son Richard Eugene weighing 9 lbs 13 ocs Maternal grandparents are Mr end Mrs Jack Magoon Gnat grandmother te Louise Fen-dray' and patenul grandparents an Mr and Mrs August Wiese of New Iberia La Marsh 24: to Mr and Mrs James Willson a son Timothy a weighing 7 lbs on Ms-grandparents are Mr and Mrs Joe Konrath of Chadron Paternal grandparents are Mivand Mrs Eugene Willson of the Running Water Ranch Maternal great Eandfsther te Flank Bukerof ot Springs HANS GAUTSCHI VISITING IN WASH Hans GautscM has gone to TV coma Wash to visit Ids daughter MiiMilard Merritt and husband he has been gotta three week aad plans to go on to Los Angeles to visit two nieces and a nephew and on to Phoenix to vbit former Lusk people Ho rays ha will be home when be gets tired of resting PURE VEGETABLE SHORTENING Snow Drift 3-lb tin --v 4 SXsmL m3 Lovell size Sheriffs office Wednesday April 3 at 7:30 pm 1 All area wardens and deputy wardens are urged to make a pe- dal effort to attend Anyone in- -1 terested in the control of rural fires te abo invited The primary purpose of the meeting will be to perfect the organization and to elect officers 39c 79c -31c 59c (Inc 20c off) 57c A9c for 3 fby flavoied STEWING BEEF '-'-frBrtnt lean cubed V- 1--t (v LuskWyov i i i WiS -j -Jt -pv 1: '3 si 4-i Snoboy CELERY HEARTS Valencia Oranges 5 pound bag 79c -I ft-' iAS I Fleischmann's Margarine Purecom oil Found MsrSMMMMaanuMSMsMsmssnMMi Chocolate Drink Mix Borden's 2-U) 60Z AlaminemFoil1 234 KoO (Thursday March 28) Let's All Attend "iruHii Fkrienf Deodorizers AppleBloreom orLflac Thrill Liquid Soup Giant Tide a 5 o(o Frozeri Banquet jj Cbeny or Apple 3 p'w 'I Johnsonbaugh Niobrara director of education will pronounce the words Judges will be selected from among tne teachers attending 50e i -w SemieflDti MEATS ARE BETTER WJi i-W iri Bishop Hunter Guild's GYMNASIUM Sfaitizf 7M PJM Grade School Wrestling P- FresiimanGirls Basketball DemonsMlba tfo Rebound NCHS Faculty vs NCHS AlkStdrs FASHION SHOW BUDGET O' si GROUND BEEF Rttshp economical -A1 tasty i Lb i I 39c Extra leaa WrOUND 1 v' 't- -'-'Wfh- Stock ihow quality Vs -fiia79c j'? -v v1' 7 't- Looking Glass Adrfto-ILOO'ryV Gnde School Sponsored by 1 i'v SECOND GUESSERS CLUB Pnceeds to go for niedicd cafe for farmed NCHS AOletea and a llfeh Freqneaor vOnatby ntafUne to nsed fit lha athletic department 7fe and 50o A W- -rf- ttx 'j -''n 4 '-1- i7" i 1 WOfrri 'A -Y list.

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Pages Available:
3,380
Years Available:
1959-1963