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January 1, 1959

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'THURSDAY, JANUARY 1, 1959 THE BILLINGS COUNTY. PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAIL MERRY CHRISTM,LS -- ..... = - ..... "ROCK- A- BYE BABY" qr'rea " )  o,,t,,oo, TuoY,...,,:::  R ael'ry is the baby sitter for- TRIPLETS. He feeds them bur s • EACH. OnT. O*KO* ! "l=i: ::  ] them, and even changes them. ' "--" " .............. .-":: ": '| Showing at the Bijou - - - Suntlay, Monday, Tues.- Jan. 4-5-6 ....... ' i tv r ,, ,i , ........ •  * " " " • A=LY N,T ,,.,-0 ["g[t0Dl.a0,I.C0,,SrS  ---. I have seen a- I assure you, you wdl truly enjoy a. You ride the flaming jets and vith the men that live fastec4 ....... " ..... , lhan sound. : ....... _ .,_. ,,, !The :zeek Around M, , ora ’,o o. . . iii .WIEGAII.PIII i Mrs..Add''iAndevson went to]and spent a few days together New England on Wednesday oflat their home in Medora. On last week to spend Christmas I Christmas Day they were all with her son ,All,n ,Anderson[dinner guests at the Gerald and family. The Andersons have l Barnharts in ,'Dickinson. "*k a bmby boy born on Christmas[ John untz took his son ar- Day at St. Joseph's' .hospital in]vey to visit the dentist at Beach DiekinsOh. 1I:  Addie:)derson I on Monday morning. returned home on Sunday even: ,Miss 'Louise Khan from Brain- ng. lard, Minn. arrayed m Medora on cp,s,=o, \\;L/ Harlan V. Ingman, son of Mr. ]Saturday and will ,be a guest at and IMrs. Marvin Ingman and l the Van IDoren residence for the Kathryn aoubert, daughter of'rest of the Christmas holiday. WEDNESDAY , THURSDAY Mr: and "Mrs. Ezra Joubert call- An epidemic of measles hit JAN. 7-8 ].:ed at the court :house in Medora Medora this week with children this woman? :on iFriday and applied for a from several families being on marriage license. The wedding the sick list. Lynne IMarie White, the under-lwill be on Jab. 1st. Do you know She is wanted by world. She must never show her] Guests at the Wayne Mallorys ace! She must live in hiding for the Xmas holiday were their ,orever! son ale and ais wife, from Chester, S. D. and Mr. and Mrs. ! IN • E. L. Mitchel from Logan, Mont. DIXIE Ylr. and Vlrs. Earl Grow from SHOW Enid, Mont. and son Allen Grow MY from tKeene, N. 'D. arrived in Me- Agll BETSY PALMER ALSO: CARTOON Xmu At Killdeer Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stoll spent hristmas day at the home of his parents in Killdeer, N. D. Mr. ;Stoll is a pharmacist at the Sleight drugstore ha Beach. SUHDAY & MONDAY dora on rednesday of last eeek Win. W. EichhorsI Attorney lth offices in BELFIE LD SATURDAYS MONDAYS - WEDNESDAYS TUESDAYS . THURSDAY FRIDAY MEDORA , - "= - _ | I BROCKMEYER Radio Service e,,a, s-era BACIL NO. D. Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. BEN HUR FROZEN FOOD CHESTS EASY SPIN.DRIER WASHERS Fishing supplies. Record players. Records. Jeri Kirkpatrick and Timmie Olson are the latest x ictims. Sunday dinner guests at the Lars Vanvigs were Mr. and Mrs. tMilford Vanvg and sons and Mr. and Mrs. Vic Stigen from Fairfield. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Harding of Jackson, Wyo. arrived in Medora on Christmas Day, and are vis- iting at the Lars Vanvigs and at- tending to business matters. Dayton Hellickson and arry Larson are both home on fur- lough following their basic. The Lawrence Kirkpatrick, Jim Johnson and Bill Meyers families from Sentinel Butte and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hlebichuk and baby were all dinner guests at the Ted Kirkpatricks on Xmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Vanvig went out to the ranch to spend Christmas eve and Christmas day with the Milford Vanvigs. Xmas night theiy were all supper guests at Ray Paaschs. 'Mr. and @Irs. Wm. Sylvester drove to Glendive to spend Christmas Eve with their daugh- ter, Mrs. ,Lloyd Grow and family. On Christmas Day they were dinner guests at the home of their daughter Mrs. Duane Wag- ner at Beach. Overnight guests at the Bud Andersor residence were Mr. and 'Mrs. Dale Mallory from Chester, S. ,D. Dick Anderson took Mrs. Dor- is 'Murray and VIrs. John White and daughter Bobby Jean to Dickinson where the ladies did some shopping and Bobby Jean visited the dentist, Monday. Quite a crowd attended the land sale of ,Section 21-139102 at the front door of the Court House on Tuesday afternoon. J. E. Harding was the successful bidder. JAN ST[RLING PATTY McCORMACK MARY FICK[TT SAM LEVENE • MARY JANE CROFT A UNIVERSAL-INTeRNATIONAL PICTURI TUES. - 4ED. - THURS. TTEND eHURCB .UNDAy "St. Louis Blues" NAT 'I, NG" COLE 'PEAI BAEY (!AIB CAIJ.K)VAY Silver $ Drawing Thursday Night. FRIDAY & SATURDAY Jack London's Brute of the even seas! "Wolf Larsen" t 'iD sn 11:[ , , , .., ) l ",,H - t,; li!l I 1,, ... A cowlcotlar , Ilouson above o 'dim sl6rt. Drlp:dry, mlnmumdron cotton. Green, red or blue. • :; ]  , 1 .... f custom s;zes for the shorter figure, IOc to 20c. 4. CLARA'S WINTER SCHEDULE mday shows ect 2, 7 & 9. Weekdays: 7:30. Safurday al 7  9. ,We would llke to thank all who were so kind and helpful to us in our bereavement. 'Rusty and ,Della Call CARD OF THANKS We thank all our friends who were so helpful and considerate at the graveside burial service of Russell (orky) Call. Calls, /Madzos and Harmons FINANCIAL SECURITY Yoursl Depression Proof Business Persons selected enjoy up to $300.00 monthly for 7 to 12 hours weekly. Be your own boss with new type coin-operated business. No selling. Full time possibili- ties. Car, references, and $800.00 working capital necessary. For local interview write Dept. Q. 4021 Vernon Ave., Minneapolis 16, VIinn. List qualifications and phone. 17-1tp UNUSUAL buy on three Spine/ Pianos. Two light and one dark. May be seen in this vi- cinity. Substantial savings. Pi- anos like new. Write Credit Manager, J. M. Wylie Piano Co., Bismarck, North Dakota. * 17-.ltp WANTED AT ONCE Man with car for Rawleigh bus- iness in Billings and Golden Val- ley Counties. Buy on time. Write immediately to The W. T. Raw- leigh Co., NDL-300-301, I000 N. Phird St., Minneapolis I, Minn. 24-4tc FOR SALE Jersey milk cow, due fresh about Jan. 6, 1959. ar- old VIathison, Sentinel Butte. I 16-2tp 1 FOR SALE - no ,1 pig. Max Schmeling, Sentinel [ Butte. 17-1tp Check for half a million dollars P. R. Fossen. The payment, from the . 'D. Mill and Elevator which goes into the state general to the treasurer of the state of fund, was authorized by the 195"/ N. D. ]s signed y mill manager legislatiure. Pioneer Want Ads Bring ResultsI Remember "Bessie"... by the light of the lantern? Old Bess stood patiently over the milk pail in the dark dawn, as the shadows cast by the kerosene lantern flitted about the barn. It was cold.., it was bleak-- and the whole scene is now only a memory because the wonders of elec- tricity and a miracle called a milking machine have changed it all. Progress has altered almost everything in our lives.., including the railroads. Today, modem railroad equipment and methods of operation--all the results of long-range planning--combine to give North Dakota railroads a new, stream- lined look. You can rely on North Dakota railroads to provide the service that helped build the state.., moving agricultural produce to market, bringing goods and merchan- dise in return. And you can depend on North Dakota railroads to continue to help developing the future of North Dakota and of its people. I I I 1 \>i