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January 7, 1960

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b -3 I-i 5- « VOLUME XXXV Loan Certificates i To Finance Drama following statement was released today by KyeTrout of Beach. President of the Theo— dore Roosevelt Natl. Nlem. Park The and Badlands Assn: Theodore Rocsc‘sefi, Natl Me :ial Park and Badlands Assn... ori'finators and. Sponsors of "Old iFour—Eyes”. the out standing summer drama about Theodore Roosevelt's life in Dali‘s Badlands around Medora announces a special Certificate of Loan program. Especially de signed on a business~like basis the Certificate of Loan project proxidcs opportunity for parti- cipatlon in Association projects ll’il‘ll purchase of $30 Loan (‘Fr‘ti i‘icetes, interest {hearing at, 5V. 'lile purposes of the Park and Badlands Assn. are tU publicize and promote the Roosevelt Park and Badlands area and to help establish a permanent. growing tourist industry in N. D. “Old Four-Eyes” is the initial effort in the overall long-range pro- gram of the Assn. Those who are interested in purchasing $50 (Loan Certificates and taking part in the work of the Assn. should mail checks to Assn. headquarters at Medora or contact the Presidfiut’s office or any of. the following local di- rectors: ers. «FrediWOjahn, Sent- inel Butte; «L. M. Bamhart, Me dora; R. H. Jones Hollis Dietz and Kye Trout. a? ,of Beach. Bow‘h‘n'an' C amps. of Chrimns ourn‘ey Last. midday." _. 29. in Bow man’s filmitatim Giristmas Tournflnem. V first round Bm$:*.Wo' w playing on their own floor : sled Beltield 55-52. In the 5‘ ‘nd round St. Mary’slnipped 111:2 Bucs 44-42. These two *games7 ere won by a total of 5 pct . Could you find teams anywth more even- ly matched? : Wednesday nighf saw the Bucs (bounce back, betting Belfiem. 45 to 39. In this game there is little doubt thatgma‘ch set some- thing of a record making out of 24 free throws. ’Hats off to the boys for a. night such as that at the charity line. In theI championship game Bowman overcame ’St. Mary's, 44-36. In the 4 [played the largest point spread in any game was points. It ts easy to see that this was a thrilling «tourna- ment With the winner being in1 ,l, t l MEDORA. BILLI ."l'c. Allen Enroute l ' - To France For Duty ,‘hm Teschcr lees For Pfc. William Allen. a son of Charles W. Allen of Beach, is now enroute to France for a tour of duty. tile and his father spent Wm. ALLEN Christmas Day and the weekend with William‘s sister and hus- band, Mr. and Mrs. James Sherp- pard, at Roundup, Mont. After ward William left for ‘Knoxv ville, Tenn, where the visited his mother over New Year’s. He will be on an 18 to 24 months tour of duty in France. William served with the U. 5. Fifth Army Headquarters in Chis cago, lIll., prior to leaving for overseas duty. Several local servicemen also returned home in time to spend the Yule holidays with their families and friends here, those not 'mentioned previously in~ eluded IDick Kukowski, son of Mr. and ers. Ray ‘Kukowski of lthe Beach rural area, and Pic. Thomas Roberts, , son of Mr. and “Mrs. Earl Roberts of Sentinel Butte. He arrived Dec. 20 from t l l THOMAS doubt juntil the final second, ‘Ft; Lewis, Wn., for the surprise The ‘Beach lines so to New England Friday night. Jan. 8 and try théfiaints on their own floor. "The, writer is going to] stick yith the Bucs once again; visit with his parents. He will return to Ft. Lewis, where be ex- ‘pects to receive his discharge this coming May. Freddie Crook, son of the J. ‘gndrggé them get: revenge lby F. Crooks of the Trottde com- ‘Hcaifihg Self: ed. ,Cyrqbohu; {A hée'rihg was *éleldlthis Wed. afternoon, Jan. 6,53t 5 p.m., for my; Cymbeluk, fit the court- in Beach. oin two charges. din-Maud aerial)“. and ‘he pmbdbly will then-"be bound over to District Court,.T-,witl'i his trial ' tolbe'lheld the latter part of Jan. Cymbalukr’s ban, was set last Wednesday, Dec. 30, on the two __ changes, and as the was unable to furnish the $2,000 rbail, he was ‘ held in the Beach jail until date of the hearing. “ ‘ 1 . Jan. 15 Deadline Farm income Tax Dist. {Director of Interna1 Rev- enue Service, 3. J. Backwood, today reminded farmers that! Jan. 15 is the last day for filing,l their estimated IFederal income tax return for the Year 1959,] unless they ‘Dlan to file their: final return on or beiore Feb.x 15. He pointed out that those farmers who file 011 Jan. 15 and pay the tax duevhave until' April- 15 to tile their final return 'Mr. lRocklwood pomted out this Option is available “to farmers 011131.. The tax law dEfmes a (farm- er as one who deli"?s two-thirds or more all his «gross 1“mime from farming- ‘ ' Basketball Schedule 1359. 1:60 moans 1nd! scuoox. Mr 91's , Jan. 263mfina1~3irtte here 3m. 29, simulators munity is now at home,‘ after ing received [his honorable... dis~ “on Cad“. m 1°. be" in allotment. The producer must alp- Sidney on (January 11th and charge in Chicago, 111., recently. mono MARINE COMPLETES TRAINING NGS COUNTY. NORTH DAKOTA ounty Pioneer THURSDAY. JANUARY 7. 1960 NUMBER 32 V Fr. Fallnlandcr To Miss Raisler To lWed Lt. McCutchan . 1 White House Cont. lFatther lW. J. IFahnlendcr of Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Raislcr of 'Beach announce the engage— Sentinel Butte has been selected as one of North Dakota’s 27 del- B r1 lexas Bronc Rider W. Schuett Jan. 1 Jim Tescher of Sentinel Butte Last rites were held for Will- dia- iam =0. (IBilll) Schuett, 73, on buckle. a Jan. 1, 1960, at the C. F. church, ment of their daughter Anne to Lt. g. Milton L. McCutchan, «is Wearing a resplendent mond-studded lbelt trophy he won for winning first Wibaux, lMont., with Rev. Ken- egates to the Golden Anniversa- place and the average in saddle neth Wise officiating at the 2:00 ry White 'House Conference on bronc riding, at the National Fi- p.m. services. Pallbearers in-.~ Children and Youth. This Con— nals Rodeo at Dallas, Texas. tied .‘red IReinirke. Lester , “ference will ‘be :held in Washing- which concluded last. rFriday Zopfi, Wilbur Hammond, Arnold A ton, D. NC. lMarch 27-1%an 2, , evening. His final horse was Fi- Paulson, Al Ohnstad, and Frank 1960., ’5 gurc 4, owned by the Fettig uegger. Interment followed in More than 7000 participants Brothers 01’ Killdeer, N. D. the Wibaux Cemetery, with Elks from the U. S. and foreign it was a coincidence that all graveside rites. Mr. Schuett, countries have been invited by the N. D. cowboys who partl- prominent lbusinessman of this President Eisenhower to discuss ci'pated in this rodeo of champ- area :for many years, succumb- the problems of children and ions, all drew N. D. horses. All ed Saturday night, ‘Dec. 26, 1959, youth. Theme of the Conference those who took part in the at Long :Beach, Calil'., following is “to promote opportunities for bronc riding division drew ten a stroke. ;He and his wife had ‘mchildren and youth to realize gone there to Spend the winter months. William Otto Schth was born t in ‘Hankinson, N. D., on Jan. 22, 1887, the son of Mr. and I\-"Ir:;. William Schuett. He and Miss Ada Yackey were married on. Selection of North Dakota’s Nov. 19, 1908. ,‘ ANNE RAISLER delegates was made by a Quota Mr. ‘Schuett came to Wibaux son of Mr. and Mrs, L. D, MC ,Committee of the Governor‘s in 1906 as agent and operator for Cutchan of Beach. "Committee on Children and placing in 2 go~rounds, winning the N. lP. Railway, which posi— Miss Raigler is a graduate of Youth. Many factors were taken lst and 3rd in saddle bronc rid- tion he held for a number of the Beach high school, and was into consideration in the selec- ing in them. Jim Tescher won years. \He engaged in the cattle a student at Montana State Uni gtion of delegates. Primary con- some money also in the steer business for a few years. In 1917 vel-sity last year. Lt, McCutchan‘sidelration was given to individ- wrestling at Dallas. The broth— he and two partners formed the is a 1953 graduate of il-lelbron‘uals who displayed interest and es flew both ways, via Frontier Wi’baux Machinery and Auto high school, and graduated fmminitiative in developing and Airlines from Dickinson, arriving Co. in which he served as offi- the University of Utah in 1957 working with programs serving home again last Thursday, in cer and director until Dec. 17, He is now stationed at San D1 children and youth, including the time to CEldbrate Ne“! Years 1944, when he retired. ego, 'Ilhe couple plan a Governor’s an with their families. They were 11—19 was a cnarter member of spring wedding. irren and Youth. Other factors unable to observe Ohristmas with the Eiks Lodge of Glendive, was .were such things as organize—- them as they had to leave Dec. prominent in Democratic Circles , . r ltional affiliations, geographic 10— 23rd- of Wilwa County, served as Mrs. Famous; 1‘13er intents“ and bmk' EA Alderman of the iWibaux City .tground, and; redresentation' from ', , ' both lay and'professional people. cgggfgghgf’ggg; fughgglggg Taken By Death i m... mama...- l. 5...... ’ tendent of Father Cassedy’s Home their full potential for a creative life in freedom and dignity”. , These Conferences have been ' held about every ten years since 1909 when the first one was called by Theodore Roosevelt. mounts. Jim Shoulders of Henri— etta, Okla. was all-around champ at this event. Named as the second place bucking horse of the year was Jake, the same animal which appeared at the Boys IRanc‘h Rodeo at Sentinel Butte last Spring. lom ’l‘esoher also won a size. a’ble purse at the Dallas rodeo, liathaway Presid on numerous other import- . , M .’ , t'boards. , 2 Mrs. Peter (Frances) Zook, for on thfl Range ‘0.” BOYS here. At -L an ‘ many years a resident of this Rrpublican party leadersémet in Bismarck on Dec. 30 with GOP {state organizational director Sen Edwin C. Becker, jr., for an in: formal discussion of 1960 elec‘ tion goals and party organiza- tion matters. The meeting was called by Don Hathaway of Beach, county Republican chair- man. me meeting was attended by Republican party officials, Wom- en's Republican Federation merr~ bers and Young Republicans as well as Republican legislators from this area. Becker, in talking with the 'group lbefore and after a 30-min- ute “think Republican" session in which local party workers outlined their views, said simi— “lar meetings are now underway in all 53 counties of the state. g; His mother and fatherand one sister, Mrs. Sam :Ramsey, pre— ceeded him in death. He leaves to mourn his passing, his wife, Ada; one brother, Geo. Schuett, Hankinson, N. 1D.; one sister, Mrs. John Ostline of Chicago, 111.; 5 nephews and two nieces; .his brother in law and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Yackey of Circle, Mont. , {Wheat Acreage iDcadline March 1 l The NSC county office is ac ducer who intends to seed wheat for 1960 on a farm on which no ing a very satisfactory recovery wheat was seeded for harvest as .grain in 1957 and for which a A numb?“ 0f 999cm“ ideas have 1958 and 1959 allotment was not Minn. already been developed for theiestabushed , irrespective of whe- 1960 campaign as a result Of’tzher or not wheat was seeded 1 these meetings. TWO 7. c. A. Man's sm- ron JAN. 11-12 ‘ Upwards of 400 farmers and for harvest as grain in either must make application for an 'allotment. l also i ltime of going to press. l News. l jNéwspa’per” Publisher .eepting wheat allotment appli-l cations (for certain fams. pro- com-munitv. passed awav Dec. 31, at ‘Los Angeles, Calif“ after a two-month illness. Her nine children are among the surviv-‘ ors, Robert and Frank Zook of Beach lbeing sons. Mrs. Zook had been making her home with her daughter, Mrs. Louise 'McGee in Los Angeles. Details of the funer- al services were unavailable at 'but wiSl appear in a later edition of th: At Mayo Clinic Walt Bratton, publisher of the Golden Valley News and the Billings County Pioneer, is mak— from lung surgery at the Mayo Brothers Clinic at Rochester, this Monday. Jan. 4. he is a patient at the Methodist Hospital there. Barring any unforseen Perm 1959 or 1959, and who desires to plications, (Mr. iBratton should be be considered for an allotment able to return home on 01' about Jan. 14. Mr. Bratton‘s sister. Mrs. :Cathei‘ine liornstein of Rugby, N. stockmen are empected to wit-ii? Application form are avail- 1)., ‘ and ‘MiSs Clara lxipp...y .l‘ serving several months in Ger- tend. the Annual stockholders alble in, the Asc county affice Beach, are guests at the Zumbro many. He is now a civilian, halvwmeeung 0f the Clem”? Produc tor in filing a request for an Glendive January 12th. of the meetings will be held at the Marine lPVt_ ,Roger w_ gym“ Moose 'Hall in their respective now, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Syminow of Fryburg completed :four weeks of individual train- l l ‘Pvt. ROGER w. sulvnnow log Dec. 30 at the Marine Base at Camp ‘Pendleton, Calif. ‘ The course included the litlt-l Better roads’ g°°d buses’ and est infantry tactics, first aid, demolitions, field .ifortifications and advanced schooling on wea- pons. ’ towns. .' . Two directors will be elected ‘to succeed Art Reukauf of Ter- ry and Mike Flynn of Fairview ‘ Registration will get under- way at 11:00 A. M. followed by a smorgasbord luncheon. The bus- iness session is scheduled for .1 p.m. It Is our Opinion That —- SCHOOL DISTRICT CHIAlNGlEl A reduction of 40% in the number of school districts in N. Dak. during the past 10 years —. ply in writing .‘by March 1, .1960 Livestock Feeder . Tour on Jan. 28 vPians are being made for the the annual Golden Valley Coun- ty Livestock Feeder Tour. A ten- tative date has been set for Jan.‘ 28. Speakers are being contacted and (plans. being made for an af- ternoon program as well as a tour of local feed yards in the morning. mane ALqu 5 TO MEET INN. 9th students alumni will gather in (Dickinson?l on Jan. 9, 1960 at the Ray Ho- shows that important progress is being made. For too manyl Years it was not advisable to re- 1 “tier to “school district reorganiz i 1 . ,ation” in many areas, but now‘nua meeting many reorganizations are being approved by voters with a mlm timu‘m of local friction. trecognition of the educational advantages of larger units have been important in bringing "about the changes. In some ar- eas of our State the one” mom rural school will tinue for many. many years. but a tel, at 7 p.m. Election of offl- cers and proposed College name change will 'be among the busi-E ness to be discussed at this an- CLARA'S SALE TO CONTINUE THIS WEEK Greatly reduced prices on all types of clothing, offered at and. Clara’s Shop in Beach, will be continued for a few more days in" her annual Hotel there, and visit him daily Februarnyeddin Set For ‘ Couple Announcement has been made of the engagement of Miss Mary Louise Wehrman, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wehrman of the Golva, :N. in. conununity, to Dace A. Maddox of,.}'acksonville MARY L. WEI-FEMAN Dre-inventory Ore. The latter is the son of 011313009. Appreciative choppers 'Mr. and Mrs. Rupperl RB. Mad fast, so plan an early visit to| “have 10 60”? are purchasing the merchandise (10:: of Jacksonville. The bride—elect is a licensed, l Schedule Polio Clinic For County ; Have you had all of your polio shots? The suggested guide for immunization this year by the Maternal and Child Welfare Committee of the State Medical Association and the State Dept. of Health is as follows: Second shot —_—- 4 weeks after the first shot. E Third shot #7 months after the second "shot. ‘ First Booster - 1 year later followed by boosters every two ‘years thereafter. The next polio, smallpox and DPT Clinic s tentatively sched tiled for Tuesday, Jan. 26, at Beach. Check your local news» paper for further notice. The next polio clinic in Me— dots is scheduled for Tuesday Feb. 2. . Elderly ilkesgiden Skilled Gardener 'Syl-fest Qwacrd. well known in Medal-a and Sentinel Butte, is now making his home at the beautiful new St. Luke’s, a: Dickinson. tile is possessed oi ‘more than ayerage skill in gard- ieninsg. a‘ fact Which met will suitable publicity recently. whet 'he was featured in a. special sto ry in the publication “The St. Luke’s Messenger". Roy Noyes forwarded the interesting article to the News recently. l This spring they planted 8,000 shelterbelt trees at St. Luke‘s, [and they are flourishing under Oygaard’s care. He also helped cultivate and care for the big garden which supplied the kitch~ en with fresh vegetables all last summer, and was also V busy keeping weeds and dandelions out. 01 the lawn there. He was (born in Norway. and came to the U. S. when 21, arriving in Sentinel “Butte in 1903. where he worked as a hired hand. | Later he homesteaded and Eworked this farm, caring for his gardens and cattle for 15 years. developing his own irrigation system which lbrought him good returns in even dry years. He -then ranched in the 'Medora ar- ea, finally selling it because so many of his cattle were stolen by rustlers, losin'gzlc. ‘ ‘ time. Once a flash tfl ,' married his home away. ’He can recall trailing cattle in the rough Bad— llands country in theacarly days. .msvununlumonlST Fro All Aliens Must , Register In 7J3“. '3‘? through 9?" ‘m’tdW‘smm this shop if you wish to get in practical nurse, and is employ—,A?Pm Aw‘ygDORA . ’ States reveals V917? 91mm? “‘3 on these reduced prices. ‘ed attbe Sacred Heart Hospital . Mme“ mumphe" internal“ W. T. Flags, District, Ditcctor,the days off the one, room rural , s ‘ in Medford of“: {Mn Maddox is wildliy,kwn~author. traveler of the Immigration! and. Natural-‘schools am summed» ~ . Maura" mm a gradan a: the Jacksonville 3"“ “mam “new”? at the 12mm Service at $t'Pw1’ Mimi. T0 the .mmmllthsissw ,‘ mo.“ " high“ schoOl and is sell-employ“ Medm Hell on January advised today thatched; in the people 'dpént mpg-zit ‘ ed. men. ‘Qqading has been Set, 7 £13359“: r I r , ‘ U. s. will shortly belgcqclmd ta'suhool days in die rural schooli “Be: sure to, reset Roberts funnm. mg sigma”). a, the sweat - fee will lecture apart their addressed; to, the At— 1:115 Passing dimes/little ow‘m We enmre in this «is-’Heart “(3331,5135 Lib-um}, ~ there his adv fume in triw'eling Wm” Genet-allot the: U, 3, school mucous not: a "pleasantr‘ for ‘ details of the “man ‘ r t x arouwdifliciumnld in his appear- Borm, I& on which to, make amoughh "It would’rhclp if “an W-Sfiflflfi-3 0W8 3 «beingm RE" ' anccgreat deal «lithium ’ o. this report may be obtained at occasional school could W. , i and the-31W intercom} ‘ .m °" '1’ ~ 1"” hi‘”§peed‘es r any post office or immigration “W95. Wily v equipped? as} in their Business I“. 1‘ Which“ appealing to ‘ ofifice during the month of Jan. museum. It couldhelp to bfing-Adjusunent Sale. Nationally ad. .A' representative of the Social. all ages. -‘ Mr. F-lagg empha‘Sizcd that the abou‘ 8 greater appreciation «‘Verfisedvme'l‘éhandise will the sold Security, ‘Adm. will ‘be at. the The WES School Board statute provides severe penalties File tremendous advantages initiators/regular prices for thisccurthwse in Beach on 'Ilhurs, brings this program to the com. for failure to comply with this Our new school buildings. arid event, put, on by a specially Jan. 14 beginning at 10 am. in munity free-to all children. There reporting requirement. ‘ ‘icqnipment. trained sales expert. . fie foreman only. is a charge of 50c for adults. | ,wogwucim .... ‘cmv— W»... . «MHW- . t ~ - '