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The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
January 14, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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January 14, 1960

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THURSDAY, JANUARY 14, 1960 The F ryburg News The Jan. meeting of the Stitch Beach hospital. Mrs. Johnson} and (hatter Club will be held has «been hospitalized at times at the home of 'Mrs. Verne King as the result of surgery, but on 'Ilhursd‘ay ‘p..m., Jan. 28, 1960. keeps in an optimistic mood and All members are urged to he finds enjoyment in her special present. hdblby, which is knitting. She Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Redmond report’s mm" .her roommate is were in Dickinson on Tuesday 3413- Mme 3911955: a former 391' where they attended the funeral field "e‘SIdem- ‘ services of Sfit/Ir. Henricks, Mrs. Carol Austin who is employ-l Redonond’s grandfather. Jack ed at Tioga spent the New Year’s Redmond. accompanied them to weeken-d’with his family at Bel-i Di‘ckineon where he took a driv- field. t “‘5 “9511 .‘ 5 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson vis—i Mrs. Ray Bowen who has been ited Ellen Johnson at Beach on a patient in the Dickinson hos- Sunday pm. pital for several days is getting Clark Tal-kington, eldest son better but wifl not be home for of Mr. and Mrs. iiarold ’Fal‘:ing— a few days. ton has been a patient at St. Mrs. Ellen Johnson is receiv- Joseph‘s ‘htospial. He has been ill ing electric treatments at the but made a turn for the better: -n..w..n..... w-...1~-_.._ ..,_ 1...»-.. t y I l Look Out for Trains i t x t "AIL-ROAD SAFETY COUNCI ‘- t Slipper areas at railroad crossings are death traps to the motorists. says Alton Schuette. president of the North Dakota [tail-Road Safety Council With the arrival of winter - together With its packed snow and ice, we face a new danger at railroad crossings where we and snow drivers in danger ol approaching trains. Schuette advises motorists to play it safe at railroad crossings just as they doat street intersections "As a matter of tact." Schuette says. “motorists should be even more careful at railroad crossings where they must face trains that are longer. heavier and faster than they ever have. been."‘ “Let’s stop. look and listen at those crossings.“ Schuettc said. WW“. ....s ._ .- .H_, ,....-.._m we“ _“ _ WON HER IN HER FAMOUS WITH THE BRITISH IN 1812. FROM THE OFF la ’59 graduate of the local high lot the Parkway Motel are attenda . Mrs. J. Billings Countv THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. DAR. on Sat. and Sun. ‘~ 'Miss Rose tHei-ser who has been; employed at Dickinson is now the home of her parents, Mini and Mrs. tFrank Heiser. Rose was3 1 school. ' Mr. and ‘Mrs. Harold Anderson; of Portland, Ore. are the par-‘ ents of another baby girl born on Nov. 24. She has been named Angela Marie. (Mrs. Anderson will the rememtbered as Viola‘ Mae \Cheadle daughter of that late J. C. and Mrs. C‘headle, for— mer residents here. The Ander— sons have 4 other children, all! girls. ‘Mr. and Mrs. John Hancockl ing the (Motel Assn. oonventionf in Grand Forks. Weather porn; mitting, the Hancock’s will mot—f or on to Wise. to visit relatives] ‘Word has been received that C. Cheadle of Portianil‘ is improving from a recent fall in which she broke a bone in hrr wrist and injuer her knee. The infant daughter, Christine. Marie. child of Mr. and Mrs.‘ John Gawiryluk was a hospital“ patient: for a few days. [ Mn and Mrs. Verne King Vis_ The above State Highway De-l ited ‘Mrs. Ray Bowen and Clark partmem ma‘p5hows the know}? Talkington at the hospital Sun.1960 COnStrucuon program' “1' pm. Other Visitors were Mr. and eluded are the projects let to JL_‘-._ NORTH DAKOTA STATE HIGHWAY SYSTEM DLVlLS I in: 1 “mini? ‘ 1T l ‘diiloYf-f r a W: t r. u m . ~i 5‘ ' ‘ - ’Hi ‘iiy,:‘ if ._i,.-# i o . ’ animus: ‘ soar my. BIIYJRKAY. ‘ .u .. . Hr“: ,n Llctun mm more um Nut": 'woztcu I960 CONSTRUCTION MAP contract in 1959 upon which no let from January 1 thru June 30, work has been done or no sub- 1960. stantial progress has been made and the proposed contracts to be; Mrs. Harold Talkington and Ray Bowen. . thr- Christian enthusiasm radi- The Rev. Wittmer was in Bel- ated by Rev. Wittme'r and all field over the weekend and gave members and interested persons his first sermon at the Presby~ are given a special invitation to .terian Church on Sunday morn- attend Sunday School, church ing. A planning meeting was held services and young; people‘s at 2 pm. with officers and teach- meetings. ers present from the various de" I'Mrs. Louis Savageau of Bel- partition-ts. all indications, field won the $13 jackpot on the the community Will benefit from “Hello for Dough" program on Thurs. broadcast over KF‘YR m "' {Bismarck eadh morning. Breaks Leg —- Mickey Hess, 11 year old son .of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hess of‘ iGolva, and a student at the Gol—' ,tva school. had the misfortune of {breaking his right leg above the ALICE I... LEBO, Managing Editor knee Friday morning during re- . . , . . 11%;? P $33.22?“ icess while playing football. He Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance2 was ’bmught {0 the JOhnStOlle Entered in the Post Office at Medora. m v . Billings County. North Dakota. Feb-.Me HOSpltal Where Dr' BuSh “an, 15_ 1934' as second class matteInset the bone and put it in a cast. under the Act of March 3. 1879 He had to remain in the 11051131- \ffictal Newspaper of the County 0! tal for several days before being Silllngs, State of North Dakota. and “ ’ mm"; a, mach NM". mom. allowed to return home 1 Pioneer A Continuation of “THE BADLAN‘DS COWBOY" Established in 1883 AMERICAN VESSEL, THE OLD "HUZZA, HER ARE LAUNCHED IN THE THE 1812. NOW IN A flu in TIN " V' "' 84.0.3 You)“. 4%: a. The Luckless Legion I O by Irwin Caplan 8 . . mwuwou—WWS- 1* Is A MlS/VOMER... z 4}} METAL, MOSTZY 57554, CAN Ml [1.5. 4/l0 a: I‘/o {5 TIN. TIN = ti ‘ ..,: fl/v 714155, ' molt/sec ma map 542 A m smear M... . Mp navy m5 .q. 51.052 70 me MEML...£V£N rm 0550 [IV we 0“ at? -. am ARE NOW mate muowmosrmo ,‘Wsasmmze . jmassoees. ‘ ‘1 NEVi/z m: 40’ w m A 71/5 rI/e'r smr sly/Ila as mom: 1' new :54! won: #517 ave.” 95% of the vehicles invoked in accidents in 1950 won L,_,.. ..__ __.. ..._. . ,. 1.. h~i;‘:-.LJL.‘-._AJ.)J .; u: f. .l” N This 3x5 inch arm—patch can \certain minimum weight-s will «be yours if you catch a big fish‘earn the lucky angler, an arm in 'D. this year. Official a‘ppli-ilpatch emblem. Fish must be cation forms are available from caught legally, on sporting tackle ‘Game and Fish Departmentjand in D. Members of the members, sporting goods stores Whopper Club will be listed in and other places where anglers D. Outdoors each month. EV- congregate. All big fish should eryone is eligible to try for this be reported immediately to the emblem. Game and Fish Dept. Those over no-iron blouse wt h new shell tucks by Ship’n Shoreo So much prettiness, so anyone! It’s 65% Dacrono and 55% cotton. Beautifully detailed with a deep yoke of tucking. Sudsing freshens it. . . drip-drying “presses” it! Choose white or pastels; sizes 30 to 38. It’s the noiron fabric advertised in Reader's Digest! YOU THE CHILD HAPPY?“ » » EEE N 01 animz up tb1 Ont line about Ani Town 100 V Dakot rDat ary, j Son Hollai vig, : her, I uel R IBarba ers. ‘Kund: ‘barth, Weyei some Mrs Lauf, DEA’I‘ Mrs