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Snow pack 132 percent of normal.
48th Wyoming Legislature convenes.
(photo) The new Alpine Nordic Inn, the newest hotel in Western Wyoming, was recently opened for business, featuring 21 rooms, a restaurant, bar, and shop, in a European manner.
“The Red Fury,” the latest theatrical entry in a series of made-for-the-family movies from successful fill-maker Layman Dayton is completed and will be shown in at the Ford Theatre.
Jan.1 survey in area shows lightest snow cover in 20 years. The water content of the snow pack for the Salt River watershed is 47 percent of normal.
Aliens must report address this month . . . According to Clingan, 21,896 aliens reported their addresses last year in the states of Colorado and Wyoming. The number this year is expected to be slightly larger. Mr. Clingan attributes this anticipated increase to an increase in immigration during the past year.
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Ad: First Annual Fireman’s Ball at Welch Hall, Sat. Jan. 12th. Two Orchestras Will furnish the music. Don’t miss this gala dance event, free caps and noise makers for all. The fire siren must be paid for.
The first of a series of dances and other entertainments that will be given for the pleasure and enjoyment of the public starts Saturday. Never has there been a series of Fireman’s entertainment given before, and both young and old will find, by attending the dance, a very good time awaits them. Music by the Blue Birds and the Hay-makers orchestras. Special hats and caps confetti, noise makers and serpentine. A free voting ticket, valuable on chance for a valuable prize. Dance tickets 50c; extra ladies, 10c.; spectators, 10c.