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Returning TO THE HOTEL AFTER MEETING CR/F COLL INF, FCORCHY If TOLP HE MUST BE GUARPEP AT ALL TIMES BECAUSE HE MIGHT BE IN PANGER... AP Hu ■«*—«>• 1 e- u«rfJS f IT HAS TO VO WITH A PROJECT THAT f WILL HOT 0HIT INSURE PEA£E IN THE WORLP BUT WILL ALSO PE A / IT ISN'T AS FAR FETrHEP AS IT MAY SOUNP! WE HAVE HAP THE PLANS FOR A SAY YOU'LL I .pizpat mamv A5REE TO | t> A T S Y , :1 mi1:1 1 "”i;|i! !f:M'!' "ihr!lKil|:vi1 |,Tii'v:llif 1'';1 !|l!i-:';!I!11;:,:",-1' ■'■!!f!!'!l’i1I1,'?-;^■ j,''1,"u'’'■"Ii''7^,n, 1''''.v>■');i’'::ri'I'Ii'i1;:!i:T^irk:L,1'1uialSi^if ii;i I , * I ..11 Nome School Music Program Wins Praise Nome’s first school band made its official bow to the public last evening with an hour-long concert by members ranging from the 5th grade to the senior class in high school. Band leader and music super visor Robert Heath received praise and applause, which he well deserves for the excellent work he has done in a few month’s time with the students. Members of the band include: Trumpets — Robert Summers, Larry Oscarson, Paul Tveter, Fritz Chambers, David Barber, Tommy Smith. Clarinets — Charlene Hudgins, Ruth Glavinovich, Betty Savok, Bob Russell. Saxaphones—Mary Jeanne Bou cher, Nancy Tripp, Geri Fager strom, Mr. Herb Williams. Horns—Jim Roth, Bruce Rus sell, Karl Tveter. Trombones—Grant Doyle, Peter Barber, Mr. Don Perkins. Baritones — Paul Glavinovich, Earl Towner. Basses—LeRoy Reader, Tommy Drake. Drums—Mr. H. E. Tripp. Bells—Sigrid Olsen The high school chorus and glee club sang several unusual and interesting numbers. Members of 'this group are: Sadie Bell, Dianne Boucher, Mary Jeanne Boucher, Marie Cas- • tel, Gladys Drake, Geri Fager strom, Lucy Fagerstrom, Rose Marie Fagerstrom, Carolyn Gla vinovich, Patty Herman, Donna Lyle, Gladys Miller, Madeline Mogg, Arlene Muller, Sigrid Ol sen, Helen Sahlin, Penny Smith, Nancy Tripp, Edith Watt, Mar garet Willoya. RIVER ICE OVER TRACKS SLOWS ALASKA RR. SERVICE FAIRBANKS, 0P>—River iee over the tracks has been interrupting service on the Alaska Railroad in recent days. An ice jam in the Susitna River to the south was re ported to have covered more than 1,000 feet of track. Bombs have been dropped to break up the ice jams. Nome Directory ROTARY CLUB OF NOME LBen Young, Pres. Joe Kroninger, Sec. Thursday Luncheon Northwestern Alaska Chamber of Commerce MEETS EVERY TUESDAY NOON BOYD HARWOOD, President ALASKA CHAPTER NO 1 Order of Eastern Star Meets the third Monday of each month. Jane Perkins V> -f Worthy Matron , „ "j Evelyn Branson ^\, Secretary V LESLIE A. STEVENS PUBLIC ACCOUNTANT —4M First Ave. West, Nome, Alaska 10 to i2 A.M. - 1 to 5 P.m* Phone Main 82 — P.O. Box 208 L ANVIL LODGE No. 14(» John Cooley, W.M. Norvin W. Lewis, Secy, trd Thursday each month.