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January 14, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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January 14, 1960

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The Week, Around Medora ; June and "Ih,o.rvatd Vieland vi, s- ed bhe Homemakers ClUb from ited a,: ~he Vanvigs and Mary Sentinel Bubte at her home in ~ BIJOU" THEATRE - SUNDAY MATINEE - 2 p.m. Gilham:: on Sunda3, Medora qn Tuesday. Edi'th and Harold Larson of E~len Ostevhout visi'ted Mrs. Fishtail, WIont. visited the ,Bud Gertrude Connell in .Relfield on ,{[,ONE SHOW NIGHTLY at 7:31t ',[ Andersons and ,DR:k Andersorrs in l!httrs4ay. SITNDAY, MONDAY,- TUESDAY, JAN. 17-18-19 o 4 Medora on Thurs. and 'Friday. Mr. and /Mrs. Earl Bird and ~} WEDNESDAY - THUR:~DAY ~ FRIDAY - SATURDAY Mrs. Roy Cill, ibridge retuTned .to Ben have moved from ,Phoenix, ~,JAN'. 20-21. ~ JAN 22-23 Pishtai] wZ,h Uhem to spend a Ariz.~o Tu.cs0n wi~h ~their hors- ecar weeks, c~ This picture receixed the highest rating any motion GREAT FUN TEAM Read the story' of ~his un-44~*b . Medora'Mrs" Estheron ~IondaySmith returnedmorning tot tcrdd:S'o.f HarryHarrictR0bertsBays re'hasa daugh-accept ~.b picture can receive ---- A-1 Superior. dlILOUIS AND KEELYllll ( dm Roy's Mo~'ie Nqws" in~b resume her work in the alystraet ed a ,position at BkTC and will q- THEIR picture and. a true story. ~, ~~i~ FIRsTIN ~1 ~ this issue. It is an excellent4 efface and 'on Tues. morning had l~gin there on FOb. 1.~'t. Mra. mlA ~e misfortune of falling down Baysore and her o'fi:dren form- lproduetlon ~:.:: o m lP' he cr*m whtch assaulted | :and hurtirrg her arm. erly lived in Minneapolis. g[0 IES NS "--" MI[LI[ PERKINS ' - * ' /Mrs. Bud A~nderson and Mrs. ".lli Otto was taken to the i~ ROLES! ~ r----'--"--tY~ecnns ,eaceoYtbe~,or,d'l ~id 'Murray were tDi'ekinson ~hop- geac:a hospilat on Wednesday and ~ Hq I I C~ UIS ~per~ on Friday. ~ currently confined there. T, he ,H, DI, iIRYo, CMPI] Harry Roberts was a dinner t~npe m" e.~tent of },is illness is A" SMIT /l gue.~t at 'the J. C. Rasmussens on not known by this writer, but E~ Ted Kirkpatrick drove to Sid- wish ~hirn a speed)- recovery. @~~ I ]~TOCK~I~VARs[ ~l~ hey tas't Friday after a load of 'Ihe Lc-: Tisors and Ira Tisors ,NiMl~Jp~i'" J0S[ Sl]ttlII] UI.SHELL.WIItIES /e<~d, and Bev and children ac-v, ,-:, !X'ac'h callers on Sat. mn ~ - - E, ~l AH0 SOSPEAS ! BARBARA HL'LLEJI md SAM BLIT[FIA ~,i THE WI ,rompanied him as far as Glen- 'A mhmr ace*dent etcH, fred in I(15rtAI(URIMI'K'6U /IHU IL,[UWYflN BRA~ORD dive. where they stayed and vis- ~,tcdor:# Friday morning when a CINI~MASCO~::}IE ted. ear, d -iven "b3 Paul RocR,stad ALE(): CCMEDY ~ LCINEMASE:~)pE :Mrr ,!::rry Osterhout entertain- <:~:~dv~ on 'dw ~,cy road and hit U I iuiues were sustain-, I [';o m lltilll l,:J :i ,i ,iilit liiitll' 1 biA ~i,: in the cen'ter of ['4 ip, j 'ic we : sust n- ~d :,v a:won~ i~;. :he car, and had SHipper at the Wilbur BaileysMEDORA d~ ,nag, to tin, veh~c!c was hgnt. be.fore roturndng home. LIrrHERAN CHURCH !iVh.< Anua Godfrey was on Miss Bessie Livings.ton of Gion- Rev. Alton Johnson, Pastor t>,c 2dedo=* s!ck this last dive spent last week visi.ling ,week. Her sifter-m-law, Mrs. wibh her sister Mrs. Ellen Ost- SUNDAY: Mhmie ltoRz lhas been helping el.liout og Medora. 8:30 a. m. Worship Service. SUN MON. - TUES. iwiUh her work at the Eaton Carol Sue Cornell was treat- 9:30 Sunday School J,AN. 17-18-19 hduse, " ed at the ,Beach hospitalfor a TUt~tDAY Muggs Van, Pig spent Wednes-bad cold on Sunday. 7:30 p.m ~M,F I ,~, Joan While [ransaeteo ous!- ~~N~ da, y ll[g'h;t ill /the hospi,tal i;, FRIDAY ] tseacn. His illness ,gas ctlagnosea ness in Dickinson on Tuesday 7:30 p.m. mother-dau.ffhter [ L.~'~'~'tl![il~ ill '~: ~"~AND POWERFUL " - --' ' ~ t Mrs. Aline 'Lobe spen, tthe as a g~stric disorder " . " ' choir at Grafsgaards. I ~Mrs.~mar~,'ongand M~. Gert-,weelvend visitina her daughter Attend Meeting At Glendive --I l~~j~i)>DlUlH, iYOU rua,e uoanen canea on wlrs a '- I " C lxasmuss~en ana omer ~rlerms ~~ ~O'r "," ,vtrs. . can tlevmana in ~l)lCgln- Joe Rykowski of Bel~field, t ." son over me weeKena. < soo~ m lv~edora on :batur~ay I ~ . accompanied by W. D. ~ehulz, } H~ geM~]S'orI~e.Ul~DiE~lng: ,~h:fAY" enEddliei't~ngs~rsvO~kts i~eM~de:la Ray Lingk Chuck DanielsOn and}' "Harley Keim went to Glendive[ ," He is currently working with Sunday afternoon to attend al rays at~l .Ot~s and o~er reia- the railroad at ~lew Salem. I . ,~. xwanory were [o t~lenarve Clu'b, of which they are mem- ~~ ~ tlves and fmeI~M in Medora this W meeting of the Gate City Coin[ ~as~ weeKenu, for a ~ecktm at Vhe N. ,P. hos- JLI~ ~ ~ IMl, s. Marvin Ingm:an and Mrs. pRal on Monday bars. ~ Henry Davis visited at ~he El- The Norman'' Chasos who ~ ~~-- ~~ len O~te~hout h~xne on Friday move " "-' d rote town a few week~ Reliable man or woman from] The Lutherat! ,Ladies Aid will ago are the owners of a new this area to distribute completeI tbe held at ~he chumh on Tues. 1960 pickup Thi.~ is one of the line of cigarettes, candy, nuts, orI ~/~l~.~"'t~O ~ night, Jan. 19 at 7 p.m. first 60's in Medora. ' ~.~ ~ '~ '~ -. ~?i~l~ gum through new automatic] s~,m,~,~ ~,m,~ ~ ' ~ '~ ~. ~ll~. The Eiehhorsts went to ~Diek- The final mailings of the ma- vendors. No selling, we will es-[ ~t~s.~ N~ l"~ll~~ in'son on Sunday to attend the teria[for tlhe 1960 March of tablish accounts for you. To qual-I installation ~f the Rair~bow so- Dimes was comple'ted this week ify party must have car, refer-I ~~ ciety. Betty Jo Bailey, niece of January i.s the mon,th designat- ences, and cash capital of $800 'Mrs. Eichhom~ was installed as ed as the dri~-,"!~ ~" Jl~t[,~ 'i ~i ' and tram a man to represent usi ' ' Again "~Ik~ in this area. Salary and expensei * ,tart with training, with bonus, Radio, Service when S&H Green Stamps,~ ~ k~ .f~'~ '~ U added after training, i are redeemed for the ~on- I ] ~ ~ ~j We are a ~rowing con~pany ': 'Phone '~-4~ and are interested in a man who *SEAffR; NO. DAg. derful gifts avair tble with 8mart junaors waste no time is willing to learn t~he ,business Emerson & Motorola s~H Green Stamps. Over New $&H udaobook leolores " they're.up-to-the-minute in Doris oa's snd grow with us. Former sales experience is not necessary. You mut have a car lie willing to be out Molday thru Friday. ,be between 21 and 35 years of age, and bondable. It is not necessary that you move If you 'have the basic qualifica- tions listed ~bo~e we are inter. @sted in hearing /tom you. Write ta me at Box 576, Val- ley City, N. D. All replies Wil te treated confidentiatly. * Jan. 7-1 Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. BE, N HUR FROZEN FOOD CHESTS EASY SPIN-DRIER WASHERS Fishing Supplies Record Records. 1500 items of Distin- guished Merchandise from which to choose. over 1,000 items of Distin- guished Mar- chandise, i~- chiidinll 6ore. plile 'room decoration de- signs. 8in 1896 America's Only H~tiaa.wide Stamp Plan stop-'n'-warch suit dress that Brief cardigan jacket is a r its Slim hl-rise skirt that sashes your waist with print. In textured rayon with the raw silk look. 5-1 . t i ? I