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-------q. e who is and was Spec d nur- ,irdsall ;. ~pree pew: Lay m m VOLUME XXXV BILLINGb, t)tJNTY. NORTH DAKOT,a THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1960 NUMBER 33 I. 0denbaugh To I. Hanson Rites Irene Johnstone Saints Defeat i M. Teschers Mark Rites Held Held At Dickinson 44th Anniversary Head Seal Comm. Services were ~conducted for Dies Wed. P.M. Bucs 42 to 33 ~,~o Ben Wiaus home at Sent-Mrs. Frances Zook Isaac ,Hanson, 68, at St Johrt's l inel Butte was the scene of a James Oderrbaugh of ,Beach has :Lutheran Church in Dickinson, or~ Just as t, he News was ready ~o .Friday night, January t~tlq, me . " - e ~ - - Last rites were solemnized for ,+ ,ramny ~llnn r on ~unaay dan. been a~pointed Golden Valley Monday, Dec. 14, with ,Rev. Pet- go m press mls weanesaay .m: ~. ,mary's 'bam~s ou~piayeo, ou~ t. ~A.'. ^, ,Mrs. iFranees "M~hels Zook of O~ ~U+ 111 ~IIUIIU[ UL Oil(=) ~P:tLII WUU" and ~Billings County chairman er C ~'inrivhs officiatin~ ~nd in- rernoon, worn was received that hustled and outshot a bewilder- ~M,Los Ar~gel.es, Calif on Jan 4, for the 1960 Faster Seal A~ppealtorment '" in" the family' plot '-.lrt the'" Mrs. Joe'. (,Irene) Johnstone died ed Beach tBuccaneer team, at alangnt~?nz~rsarYan~Z ~;:" V~aU~t lt~60, a~ .hi. Ignatius Catholic ~for Crippled (:thildren and Adults Dickinson Cemetery/Mr. Hanson suddenly a~. the J~hnstone iVIem. 'New England The final score p ' " church in ~I~s An, gales. Calif " in -- ~^ Lh nl time the TesCher. The armlversary was col- according to an announcement succumbed at his home in Dick-~n sPlml a~ter suiiermg a core- ~e g ~re~: "lT~e O a~ w sthe ebrated a little early, the date and interment was in the Forest ffrom Milton G. Kelly, ,Devils inson, .Dec. 10, of the effects 'nary. heart attack several hours ~ucs we in :ne g e . a of the wedding ~bein, g the 18th Lawn Cornetery there, ~beside ,Lake, State Easter Seal Chair- of a coronary ,heart attack earher . is~ quarter, wmcn enoea i-.tl t~-.- ,t.~ ,~^~~.~ her husband, Peter, who passed he int w hot the u~ ~a.uazy, ~u~ w*~ *~,~ man. . ~ a : ,T^. m.ompiete aetaiis will be car-T Sa s ere from away Sopt. 2, 1947 Ml . ala~l~ul~ wa~ '~ul~l ill l~ur- . Wilt oe gone at mat tln2e. Kelly oointed out that Mr. way and came to the U S inrled m nextweel~s issue. Friends held and from the free throw . - Mrs. zoo,a former resident rnose presentwere melt sons Odenbaugh will lead the drive 19o8, working for the N. P atmay callRohan's Funeral Home lineand took advantage o a which enables the N.D. Society Medora. He was transferredtoin ,Beach.forthe timeof the lot of ~uc errors. Alvin and Tony and Iamiles of of this community, suecu.m2bed at for Crippled Children and Adults, Sentinel Butte, where he worked ~uneral. In contrast the Bucs were un- Dickinson, and Tom and family, more commonly known or re- several years. .He retired from able to hit from anywhere with and their daughters, Mrs. Roy Medora-l~efea-~s Kittleson and hus'band and fam- ~erred to as the Easter Seal So- his jo'b as track su,pervisor at the the one exception of Doug John- son, who played well. Kreitinger ily and Mrs. Maus and family and their granddaughter, Mrs ciety,programs.tO carrYsuch OUtservicesitS statewideas Free agega Schie. f 62. HeandWastheymarriedhadtOfourO1- l!each "B's" 63-33 also looked good on defense, but Don .Kautzman and hus'band of only contributed 4 to the total Ekalaka. Mtmt Loan Equipment Pool, Camp children, Olive, Harriet, Helen, ~[he Medora Longhorns rack- scoring. Grassick (Elks-Easter Sea! Soci-and James, 'with Helen and ed uo the P~eac'h "B" squad a; 'lhi~ commq Friday, Jan. 15. 'l'hoi~ son Jm~ and wife and ety Camp for Itandicapped Chil- James dying in infancy. His wife Medora Tues Jan. 12. "l,he} led the Buts travel to Kildeer for family and their daughters, Mrs. dren), Home and Community passed away in 1945. On Sept. at all w,hist'le stops, another conference game. 'I'i~e A1 Lang and husband of Bis- marck and Mrs Lloyd Brown Services, Fami y and Day Camps, 6. 1947 he was married to Mrs. Bird and Murra:~ carlqed ttae way things have been going, we and husband were unable to at- Free Loan Library, Cam'ps for ftattie Johnson of Dickin'son, and scorm~ Handicapped Adults,Dental Re- they were co owners of the City load with 32 for Bird wouldn'~ .hazard a guess as to ' - - ~ while Murray dunked m 17. lena oecause o~ ~act weamcr ,hab.htahon Unit and. ~Scholar- Cafe until 1c 13 -~ ~he sur ~ me outcome even inougn ~m- . ships are provided by the East- himand 2 dau-hters ~r~ ~,r 'l,hompson of Beach made. 1~seer nasn't won a comercncc ann roans. Tney . mso nave mree ~ ~,'--- while Kre~tinger helped out omer aau.gnters, Auce of re- game as ye: t,msyear. ria "'l "n f "~ ' " er ~eat bocmw, man IHorstman, Dickinson and with a .dozen 'Ihe Medoraou~- Startm. Friday the 22nd, the . ~. ' This year's Easter Seal Apneal Mrs Ro-- Maw ?'" " " ~ " o,n. uo na o Tacoma, wn da - y ' tunney, YY llllS~On~ ~ucs wm .oe a ~busy punch or begins 'I~urs y, March 17 and 5 grand0hildren, Ibrother, ~Hector, fit sho~ed a ve,rv improved : - - . ann t;ecena o~: 1~ew uam.psnlre, ann son t~eter oI Greyoull wyo continues mini r=aster SImday of Wn and 3 si-ters --~ ~ ~ style' of play. baske~ballers. "lhey play Halli- ' " ' 'b anu a '~. ,- a*ne next contest for the Long- day here on the 22nd, Watford T~ .~ April 1~, 1960. er in Norway. horns will be against Golva on City the following night, also PUll cne{lule IPor ---~"- ' . their ,floor this coming Friday here, then travel to Belfield on 19an Rode- Oue n I ~s. zoog Don't Delay Flhng Kay McCutchan's night. On the 19th John Cm-np- Tuesday, the 26th, and return to '" "~ "~ "~"" the Glendale Memorial Hospital Ibell s t~eam from Haynes will ~eir home court Saturday the Miss Ellen Trotter of the near- Inc me Tax Return Engagement Told ~ake on the local boys on the 30th .to engage the Hettinger by Grassy ~Butte area, and Miss ef~ectsat 6 a.m oi pneumoniaDeC" 31, 1959,and a feere-the Don t delay filing that ~Feder- Mr and Mrs L D McCutchan Modern floor. The game begins . bnootmg Stars. `Rodeo North 'Dakota of 1960, has bral hemmor~age ~fter an ill- al raceme tax return you just of Beach o e tho ~n~a~: at 7:30 and all are urged to ann unc o - a ~usy 'schedule already plan-ness of two months. She was .~ot in the mail---especially if ment of their daughter Kay to come cue and watch oux boys Mrs. Ed gry Is ned ~or ~her She will be a special 'bo~ in IFall Creek, Wise on you are one of the many millions1 against these foreigners. It will ~- ~r~wT~-w~ .~ ~ guest at the Governor's .Ball at 'Sept. 25, 1868 w~ho. may have a tax refund[ give Us ~me idea what our boys i'~ew wivil~ rresmeni the Denver, Colo. Livestock S~ow 'Mr. and ~Mrs. Zook came to coming. [ can do against a strange team. and Rodeo thin Thursday, Jan ,For, the sooner you tile, ~he '.mnnnel Butte on the 8th uMrs. "Max Bauer and Mrs. Hen- " -N. D. from Eau Claire, Wi~c in sooner .Internal Revenue Service of January Medora had ~fi~Awgs r)Davis were ,hostesses when the 1913, .purahasing a far~ here can process your return and get your check to you. t ,The District ~Director stated: If we have to give your re- turn a pre-reftmd audit and thus delay'your refund check, we will inform you of that fact by let-I ter. ~But even in such oases, the earlier you file, the earlier we, can get at your pro-refund at~- dit." He also has a couple of tics for early tilers. One is to make sure you don't omit any essent-! their own way, defeating their BeKield Lu~bheran W' M. F. met which is now being farmed by nc~s 55-<'-'. never trMlingal at ;,ae chu 'c;h pallors, Thursday their grand~on, Laurerme Zook. the end ,o~ any period, afternoon. Jan. 7bh for their 1st Mr. and Mrs. Peter rook lived in .Bird .rallied 27. fol.k~edby meeting of 1960. "the new pros-,this state until 1931, when they ~: ::~:~ Murray with 14 and Vanvi,~ 13. ident, Mrs. Ed Bey presided. 15 retired, and moved to Los An- (Medora shot 49'/~ from the men, bet5 were present, geles, Calif. floor but drocped ~ft to ~4r~ on The Bi~ble lesson was led by ~VIrs. Zook was the mother of their g.i~ shots. Mrs. Bry w~ho also gave a paper 11 children. 6 sons and 5 daugh- J. O:~en of the Sentinels show- on charities showirrgthe insti- ters, 9 of whom are living. ,Rob- ed up well. hittingthe net for tutions andprojectsthat our ert and .Frank vcho reside in i!~?!:? 25. W~,F helps sponsor.This was BeaCh, N, D.; Cornelia, Peter, 'ilaree men ~rom each team followed ,bythe ,business meet: ,'Louise and Ann, Los Angeles, fouled out in ,this corgest, ind. Calif.; Grace whohves m San The Medora Juniors won over All W~IV~Fmeetings are held Francisco, Calif,and Pauline land Alfred of Willits,:~Calff. t From t'.his group there were