It was a day for celebration – it was July 4th, the birthday of the nation. It was also the birthday of E.B. Savage of Hammon and her daughter, Mrs. L.L. Males, Cheyenne. In observance of the day a group of friends and relatives gathered at Dead Indian Park, north of Cheyenne, for a breakfast. In the group were Mr. & Mrs. Mel Danner, Mr. & Mrs. R.L. Trammell, Mr. & Mrs. K.C. Perryman, Mr. & Mrs. Eugene Savage, Mr. & Mrs. Joe Frank Moad, Mr. & Mrs. G.B. Purcell, Dr. & Mrs. Frank Buster, Mr. & Mrs. L.J. Pankey, Mr. & Mrs. L.L. Males, Mr. & Mrs. Jijm Hess, Mrs. Helen Trieves, Mrs. Lee Wells, Mrs. John Casady, Mrs. Ramey Wilson, Jodie Moad, Truman Farmer, Lonnie Farmer, Mrs. Rogna Kirby, Mr. & Mrs. Glen Crane, Ted Savage, Mrs. E.B. Savage, Cathy Purcell, Brent Ewing & Steve Pankey, Lee Hess, Becky Wallace and Bobby Beckham, Joe Bill & Joe Beth Moad, Kent Perryman, Bob Purcell, Dana Wilson, Dawn Kirby and James Roy Rogers.