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Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin Wescoat
arrived at the agency Mar. 6th. and took charge of Day School No. 26. H. P. Simmons and Richard Stirk stopped over night in Pine Ridge on the 19th, enronte from Gordon, Neb.. to their respective ranches on White River. Mr. and Mrs. Stelzner entertained Ike whist dab in their home March 4k 1916. Farmer Wright made a trip to Rush •ille March 20 for the puposeof samp ling a shipment of floor. Franklin Lue Dorr. A tiny bey who opened his eyes on tile world on Snnday morning. Jan nary 9th. has now acquired a name. Franklin Lane Dorr. Both the little boy and the name will be of interest to the people of Pine Ridge, who had the pleasure of meeting his genial father, Metvin Lin coln Dorr, an inspector in the Inter ior Department Mr. Dorr was with ns several months. Bv special permission from the Sec retary of the Interior, the tiny boy bem in California bears the name of Franklin Lane Dorr, because his father craved the privilege of naming his son for a great and good man. KYLE NEWS Mr. Chas. DnShane, after a continu ed illness, is able to be about again. Mrs. W. E. Kieffe is making an ex tended visit in Rushville with her Mother. Mr. Judson Shook returned the first of the month from Rapid City where he has been taking medical treatment 28. The teachers and housekeepers from Nos. IS and 20 Day Schools spent Washington's Birthday with Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schultz at No. 19. During the month of February No. 18 Day School had a total monthly enrollment of 21 and an average daily attendance of 17. Mr. Barker of Brennan, S. D. was in town recently after Mr. Key Wolfs car which was partially wrecked near here in January- Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Kieffe made a trip to Kadoka last month. Henry Two Crow, who has been attending school at No. 18 Day School has been transferred to the Boarding School Mr. and Mrs. Everett Dale of Rush ville, Nebr. spent some time in Kyle last month. Father Sialm gave a talk to the pupils at No. IS on Feb. 28. Mr. W. H. Blish made his trip to this part of the Reservation the first of the month and visited the schools in this section. Dr. Lindley now has his Ford home. He has had it overhauled recently at Gordon. Mr. Fred Cope, trader from Porcu pine. was in Kyle the first of the month. Mr. Woodburn had a runaway on March 8th badly breaking his buggy. He was obliged to put back to Interi or and bring the mail in his Ford. George Apple is now interpreter for Dr. Lindley. Mable Gets-there-first haq been ex cosed from school. The city Five-hnudred Club met with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Fox on the 18th of this month. All members were present.