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“.mwnw .... as some taxpayers paid their VOLUME XXXV lDelinquent ‘Tax List l ilast session of the legiSlaltulreJ Fr. Casscdy Days 'taxes be published in a January BOYS at Sentinel B‘u‘flte» Win '30 to elsewhere in this edition. , “Hammer Cassedy Recognm'mniand according to our source of cry of the late Father Cassedy, back taxes recently, possibly to , - in" . x f " there will officially open thekeep the” “amt Of 0f thls 115i land on the part of some of those The two-day event ls being Rev. Falmlander . . lPubllshed This Issue | istates that a complete list of Rev. William Fallinlander, supt. issue of me County Official Bimk this Satmay' Jan' 30’ The law was enacted to spur Days,” and Wm accept an award information seems to have served found-er of the boys ranch here. “Days” in mcmory of the below, In any event the list 15 not , V V listed, it is “rarely an oversight. held to mark the election oi the, .r .1! . ' t i A new law, enacted by the .delinqueut personal property 05 We on “he Range For Newspaper. This list appears a Special guest at the Eagles ’Jhe payment of delinquent taxes from that organization, in mem- banquet at the Eagle Lodge . was long as was first expected‘ ed priest. late Rev. Elwood Cassedy. found— Mrs. Louise Monko er of the Home on the Range for Boys, to the Eagles Hall of Fame. Speaker will be Martin J. Mol, pas: grand worthy president of rhe National Fraternal Order of Eagles. Among flhe guests will be Ed Jalhr, Valley City, State Eag- les President, and the Most‘ Rev. Hillary B. Hlacker, Bishop of Bis— marck, T. Clem Casey, Bismarck reaflmor, and Ray Schnell, Dickin- son” Who compose me board Ofl Funeral services were held for directors of the Home on the her on Thursday, Jan. 28! at 2.00 Range p.m. at the Persons elected to the Eagles Hall of Fame, must distinguish‘ Wives in some manner ' while helping to further the cause of mankind. other mem- bers of the select group include My S. Truman, J. Edgar Hoov- er and Tine-odom- Roosevelt. Father Oasscdy was a Bismarck delegate bofthe bi-stlate Eagles coxwenition in Deadwood, S, D., in 1949 when he first broached ilhe dream of a home fior boys. Eagles then and there made the first contribution to the home, some $100 collected from the, floor. . Alt theirl%7 international com, venition the Eagles adopted the home as a national project and' since that , time have Mrs. 'Loulise Mary Men-kc, for many years a resident of this community, Monday. January 25, 1960, at the ter illness of 'two an weeksfi MRS L. M. MENKE at the home, to be ers , included. Henryflfieitfler, Guy illilis spring. It willICurll, iReinzi Hmfinrondi W18 raise capacity at the ranch to Baker, Eugene Hathaway, and 56 boys. SDonald Hla‘thlawlay. Interment was in the Beach Cemetery. Surviving ers. Menke are one son, Louis Robert Menke of Beach, with whom she made her home, ~ Mrs. Mary (Menke) Wicca at The county office is ac ‘mmgqunv Montana». W" cepting, wheat allotment appli- gram'lmrenv and seven“ mews cations for certain farms. A pro land nephews- , ducer who intends to seed whea M‘PS' Menu“? was bom. MW for 1%0 an a farm on which no 3, 1873, at Green Bay, Wuqu the wheat wasseeded for harvest as daughter 09035th Dew! and grain in 1957 and for which a Mame 90mm“ D91?“ and We lfl‘afifl‘fiQSQ allotment was no the bride of .William mainland irrespective of ‘whe at Minneapolis, Minn, on April menial“ "not wheat was seeded for *harvest as grain in either 1159 or m, and who desires to Wheat Acreage Deadline March 1 to them, Louis Robert. Mr. Rfidh- mlond died in the vellum i!!- be for an allotment (ime the must? we application for an “’3” war, and mm Wnd minim. later becwnc the wife of Henry Afip'fibation forms 'are avail- Menke, 0“ January 15, 1900. 8‘1 able in ' the ASC county mice Mhmeapolis, Minn. He succumb- for use in filing a request for an 9‘1 m 1925. at Sanlbom, N. Dali. allotanent. The producer must ap She was member of the local ply 'm‘writing Boatc‘To Be Licenced In 1960 . . was always ready and eager to The State Game and Fish care. fior those in need of Spent. will start licensing boats serdices (mm her earlier years in N. D. just as soon as license inislanbom, N. D.,. and. also. in my become available, ammum- Beadh. 7 ' ed deputy cormnissioner Wilbur She took into'her at San- Boldt. .0 > bomaflamilyotxfiecesmda uncenses wail be required for nephew, and cared fior filién as :all boats powered by motors of ameir own mother would have. 10 h. p. or more. Licenses will she kept house for her son in be good tor years and will will; for the past 16 years, cost $3. Incense numlbem, to be and became a second mother for attached to the outside of the her granddaughter, earning the 14 For Many boat, and a registration card will respect and love of everyone. . ‘be supplied by the department. A l‘ ' f ‘ "ll u ppication orms W1 be avail New Home To Be able around Feb. lst from de—, . pertinent members, boat dealers Built Fargo and sporting goods stores. In accordance with federal‘ The N. D. House of Mercy at legislation the N. D. legislature Fargo is launching a campaign passed the boat licensing andxto raise funds to build a new registration law in 1959, Thislh‘ome. Mrs. John Davis is the was necessary to prevent sunflarigeneral chairman of the cam— regulations from being enacted wig“- and enforced by the federal gov-l |er conducted a workshop at St eminent, thru the U. S. Coast Guard. ‘Henceforhh, an boat’John’s Lutheran. Church in Dick- registration and heming‘wm be inson on Wed. Jan. 20. Mr. Mar- under the jurisdiction of meiian Ziegler of Fargo, the finan- Game and Fish Dept. cial coordinator of the cam« Sailboats, row‘boats. duck poign, explained how each Lutlh Mrs. Ernest Stedje of Battling- boats and fidhing boats powered’eran church in N. D. will be er bygmohors of less than 10 aplexpedted to contribute to the Agent, were pleased to see SCHOOL need‘not be-h'censed. Boats pow-’bui1ding fund. The money is to when he visited briefly in Beach Jan.» 29 Gladstone. there ered by large motors Will haVelbe raised thru the women's »or- last WWY-r M We Dl‘eéent Fax 5 V I to be licensed by April 1st or be- ganization of each ahurdh and core being put on any N, D, is to be pledged by £611.29. 1:960. waters. Miss Minnie Sigdcstad, sum. 01 the drivers would pull out to 'hOmE, and also told of the need pass the cur ahead. for a new home. " ,, HEDORA. BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA " its purpose to a certain degree .well as our own will set this date R9V- T- ‘A. YOU‘H'EQUiSL was 0f” Succumbs Jan. 25 : 'Merchanlts Bank, area livestock$ S S . passed away this ereders and the county agent’s 6 09000 a Johnstone Memorial Hospital, at: . . l l Death was attributed to a stroke, B. T. Roma, jr'y pres. of and complications of old age. 1 Congregational i Chnmw“ dhm m M’ Wm: Legislation to authorize the ex- dill'l‘t‘l :‘S. . * lage board last month, Fined J raised Rev. John Steinberg and Kev. C {Fredemckso ,N‘ ‘ I. ( , more clam $200,000 to pay for 3. Lee Birdsall officiatizn. nailier “' G DA Washmgw-l 635 m “he lemon- PVOS new and one granddaughter, l 12, 1890, and one son was, born .by March 1, 1950 Confirms (in?th diurnal, ando e rdetro BastiernS‘hapl- . . I . de was the last of aflm “WyommMcdomwlou‘ldmcel pummdesfiavt andprotem b0 me . the House of Mercy, was pres- mldfihler. Alflbel‘ 16m: Wilbaux. If all the cars in the country en‘t and explained how the girls Mel was accounted with U. .S. were put end to end. 90% of are taken care of at sud: ,5 Extension work in Africa and Wm 401‘ night gs THURSDAY, JANUARY 28, 1960 NUMBER 35 Allen Kastien ' Dias In Seattle ‘thes Accorded Plan Feeder Mrs. Amelia White All'lein Klastien, a former resi-‘Chas. . . . dent of this community died on lPlans are being made for the, Word has been received of the ‘ , . l annual feeder tour to :be held4dea‘tlh of Mrs. Amelia White, a iznahfiigéggo’matsggmzofi of,£.Area in this area on Feb. 10. Oom- former Pleasant Flat resident. an h 16 uh ' | . . mittee members are working outl Mrs. White was fborn Oct. 28, mm services were ere Cm| 'Sel‘v‘me‘s were smemmm‘d 0“ details of the program and'1‘862 at Salon, Iowa, She pasmd man' .21.” Bums Abermmy’ Begcm,wedmestil8yl J‘a'n- 27. 1960. 901‘ making arrangements for a free§»aWay on Jan. 14, 1960 «at Cedar inflag’fénamgggfgeflm‘e 1:? Eifhmarles W. Hedkuam-an at the Ma- mwlligan at noon. Invitations are'Rapids, lowla. Chapel services hock .13., M gh K. b ulsomc lemme m Beech at 2:00 9335- 3‘ Ru 1"" a 12:113., Wilmh Rev. Marvm Buck of- ‘being sent to all counties in were held at the Brash Chapel of . . . ' sou‘llhweStern N. D. and it is hlop— Cedar Rapids on Jan. 16 and shegfkg'eadh’wwm :ovacamon‘mg 8: fil‘oaltmlg- ’T‘h‘iose SGWI‘WE as Pau‘ ed that manv inlterested live-Ewas laid to rest .in the Oakland ‘3 ma’ "" a was mesa“ bearers included baVerne Hidde- ‘ art the services as was the latter’s . , Mock men from mlher areas as cemetery of Salon, Iowa. 'llhelsigter’ Mrs. prank Wilson, whobRgirsit, gg‘sgldDogzaéfigog. lficialtinlg pastor and Mrs Marie: “V95 3‘ Y‘akim‘a’ and ‘3 (mau'mhe‘rv‘llaimaway and Eugene Hathaway. i i . , .o . ' Ma‘s Marilyn H‘aug Of 53“ bake Interment followed in the Beach maps can for atom“ of feed Daim- Wa“ organist . lCity, mail. Mrs. Allen Klastien' lots in the morning. the fireej It IS “013 [definitely “WOW”? ,5 we former Momma Abepnet‘h ‘ mullliglan at HOOD, and a panel wihen Ithe Wlhites came to Pleas-1 ‘ y of three or four Owtgtand'mg ant Flat, but they were residents201 Beach’ a daughter 0f MT' and speakers discussing livestock the-re fior many years. Mrs. Wlhitei Mm' Wm" Abomwhy' ‘ feeding on the afiternoon pro-1‘h f. flh d th h‘gmei ram, MO . detaqs on g, , . .' ere a‘ior» 8 ea: 0 or: ll‘S—; ‘g 1 1‘ p10 ‘band, C. J. White. In 1938, after, I selling her land to the govern—lTh G lmentt, she returned to Iowa tog I “live. She will be remembered as. I a good neighbor and kind friend. The. Beach BUGS . with gO‘Od, shooting, great passmg and play 1 ing one of their best games, ran‘ rough slhod over Halliday Friday, night on the Beach court. ’Ilheyl led at all stops and the fiinal. score was 90—57. ‘ Ilt’s hard to say what was in- Pa- jected into the team but eadh and - cifiic Vegetable on Corp, Saln‘every player showed up well in a Francisco, Calif., sent the vaillovw—l all respects. 'Ilhe coach tried all ling telegram to the Golden Val- For Water-Sewage Facilities my New; to matter wlho he had in the “Paddle Vegetable Oil Cozp.,_game, the score lcept mounting. tension of federallmr and sew-335 year old San Francisco head- Hardy scored 35, Johnson 17, age disposal flam'hmes from the‘qualmered international trading Kreiltinger 11, and Douglas 10. headquarters area of fflwodqaeliimn, announced» today that its Boepple had 17 fior Hall-iday and Move-it Nat’ll Memorial $650,000 saiflower plant at Eagle collected 16. his wife, Mrs. Maggie Heckav 31190 Me'dOI‘FfI '15 EXWEd '00 ibfiCulllbertson, Montana, is now in 'Ilhe fouls were about even, man of Began, children; Dewey mund‘wced m COWEI‘GSS by Renmii operation. According to Mr. with Beach having 14 called on‘lHecklamam, Caledonia, N. D., Don L. Short 90011; ~ ‘ 1B. ’1". Rocco, in, PVO’s Pres, the them and Hlal‘liday 15. leIne Hecbamam, Beach rum], , Pas-stage 0f W'le'g‘lsllatwn would is now delivering saxfifllower Sat. night, Jun. 23 at Beacil,]“Mx*s. Dolores Hollander, Hay- ?mlt appmpfl‘laftmn 0f S‘UffiC-oil to the midwestern market. the Buos didn’t look as sharp Ward, Calif” Mrs, Dorothy Scum- lent fun-d1 construct the fia- Samower range pellets are also as the night befiore but never-‘denle, Fresno, Calif, one sister, wlfiidh Medora citizens being sold to local cattle feeders; theless turned back the Watford Mrs. Sadie Huff, Bourbon, Ind“ 5891 are necessary to Wellerate‘and are being well received. City Wolves 73—63. One of the 15 grandchildren and 12 great- pflians for the restoration of the “We've received wonderful coop- many reasons for the dififerenceigrandchilidrcn, several nieces and “Millage, a task the State’s new amnion from the townspeople in [play may have been the cal-‘neplhewls, and many friends. His Madurai Restoration Commission and fiarmers in the entire area," ibel- of the opposition. l“laughter anne preceded him in 13 commrtted tlo. Reece stated. 'llhe Wolves were rough but death, as did four sisters and All; a QNIDA meeting with rep “Culbertson,,Miont., is situated the Bucs ability at the free”! brothers. résentaltwes 0f the Med‘or‘a Vi1« in the heart of one of «the largest throw line was their downfall. Charles William Heckamlan we poteiniall mower growing ar- Watfiord had 24 fouls called on born July 16, 1876, at Nappanee, them and Beach had 17. Watford Ind, and was married to Miss turned theirs into 15 point-5,1Bertha 08th in 1897, at Nap- while Beadh made their: add up Dance, 1nd, ma dle‘abevc shill.”- to 27. Ft midrt “be well to men- ren "were born to them.” Mrs. aside and plan to attend. continued to make gram and. a complete schedule ‘will appear in this paper next lweek. The tour is sponsored by the Beach Lions Club, Harley Sail l man Legion Post, Farmers and‘ ofifiice. Plant in Operation ..0HA’R§LES HEOKAIMA‘N t , Cemetery, for this pioneer resi— combinations and ‘It didn’lt seconded; of area, who gm‘b- ed at the Johnstone Memorial Hospital on Sunday, Jan. 24, at 5:17 pm, of a heart ailment. af- ter a four—months illness. Surviving Heckaman are represenmativle, told the group lplen't is located about a mile east what some [precedence has ,bem:m the town on 28. acre-s of land in authorizing private on the of itlhé Great citizens to hook federal walt~ Northern Railroad. . tion that, wiliille all the Bucs did Heclcamari died in 1935, er and sewage disposal fiacilities. “The plant itself, a prepress,well at the free throw line, at Nappanee. Mr. Heckamaan re- IlModern conveniences are prac- empelller—Golvemt emulation plant Freshman Doug Johnson flipped married in 1942, when MFS~ Mag- lticalllly non-existent in the his-$01? the latest design with attach— in 13 for 1'5. He also scored 'four (Continued on Page Four! ltoric town which served as a'ed seed, meal and ’oil storage, times from the floor flat artotal of headquarters for cahtlcmen, iii~,was designed by PVO‘s engineer—'21. Hardy playing annular out— clud'mg Theodore Roosevelt and log and manuzflacturinlg depart-:stanldling game mapped the scoring ! Immunization Clinic [the Marquis dell/limes,- during the menus, with some outside con-'wi'tih 23. Sanford and Hammer: 1 A DOUG Clinic giv‘ing protection ~1880’s. Private wells and unset-lemming service. The pillaimt equip- b01111 scored 15 for watfopd, against diphtheria, Weeping 1isfiacilory cess podls nlow pavvide‘menst was erected and installed The game was rough at times CON-Eh. tetanus, smallpox and sex-Vice to some property owners. primarily by PVC personnel. TIlhe and Beach lost men via fouls'pOlio Will be 319101 in Madam 3‘5 Development of mufistcatening emotion. equipment is and Waufiord lost 3. , “he Dé'MoréS $01100! 0“ P‘ebru' establishments in «he William inductions first operating pliant We would also like to mention ary 2nd frvmdréiu “to 3.30 pm. center of N. D.’s prime tourist featuring. the horizontal badket the line halratime entertainment area, has also been by extractor. MalnuIfiactured by V. D. putt on by the marching unit of the lack of adequate Anderson Oompauy of Cleveland the Beadh band. it was unique Restoration of Medora, urged . and well received. Wletford also and. (hmbed by the 1% State “This new plant will give us had 'a real peppy band along Mgnlature, would the better access to midweistcm and and marry revocable comments . attractiveness and historic value eastern safifllower oil mar ,” were heard as to their music, mat there wlasgto be temporary of Roosevelt Bank which borders stated. ‘WI‘ 1110- especially enjoyable was their spacing of 320 {acres for the new «he “Rage 011 mm 'm “Ides a ~muflh-ne‘eded film“? music as the crowd filed out. Shell Rough «Rider field in meal"- Tdflal 00st of a non-federal! pm crop 'to Wheat, and WM 001}- ‘Mudh credit .is due to Wlaltford by McKenzie county, tor the new ject would the apmxmualtely pinching with fiarmers in this for their one show of sportsman- oil well in the Badlands. 'I‘lruis is $287,009: however. Medallion imdlioalbes that ‘subS’t/anmally snip. , believed to be the nation’s wid— Of m the [W amicage be de'V’OIt- (Continued on page tour, {eat spacingY uhus fan. village amounts to'only $160,000 ed to sunflower this year.” Mr {About 85% of thehnpmvedlfioccepomtedoum flint safflower 0...” Wins sracm’c roe McKENZIE COUNTY WELLS Oil history was made at. Bis— marck this Monday, when the J). Ind. Commission ---... . w... a.-———.._.~q , , Mn; ., d Mrs. Franc1sJoubert likely agree to connect mm me a protein deficient area, which is , , federal tacilitiw and enter into (amending its cattle feeding op- " ' ~ .~ repayment contracts with the 111139 business will en- ‘ ' codenall government, if the ser- able. PVO to broaden the base vuce were made available, Wall: of its sunflower activity and thus Ray. (minimum of the Medora provide more security to its cus— vvmage bomdr, wk! GNDA. corners, while simultaneously 111e, “ lgn Madam, last giving P'VD more sarnower oil mum Mowed :an earlierone to Sell." m”Diclcinson,.ln Sept, called by Oongrwsman Short. 'Iinesrc, Natl MEDORA TRIPS Bark Service Director Conrad L. SEMI. BUTTE WW1 presented no objections to IN OVERTIME gm? mean of the Service's 'nhe Medora high school has “flames m 1Vfi‘flilm‘a- lketlbla'll team nosed out the Sent lined Butte team in an overtime {basketball District lpeniod alt .Medora this Tuesday ,Is Reorganized l 'nlilghlt, 54-51. Because District 16 has been re- ‘Gary Bird accounted for about Ihral‘f of the total score for Modern organized maybe a listing of the teams that De Mores cm by rounding up 26 points. Jim‘ Murray and Roger Vanvig made , -. . Paws 16 and 10. ’ against would Clear: things up i I , _ Jlam‘es Ols n d R0 D7 u for “"3 an“? fan‘s. The District both had is Emmi? for tiie Séfl‘fwi 1’8 now ma 8 up Of mule inels. la the preliminary ethe Me-E Haynes" Reeder’ Taylor; Ghad‘ dora grades turned back tile: stone, ‘Lefior, South Heart, Fly Sentinel Butte grades. ‘ bung: Sentinel Bum“, Gave afld' ,On Jan. 22nd Medora got by ? Med‘m‘a' f ‘Leflor by one point, 43-42, in at The Longhoms now have. ragged game .by .bdflh squads. Bird was high scorer with 19. l l l conference wins and four lossm. «Ericmdls or! Moll Nlielsen, form Schedule :Mr. and ‘Franois Jou-bert uric-lids dropped in to congratu- Wibcux ,Uounsty Extension .; . of .‘Buflllallo, Wyn. celebrated late the couple. .tthe‘ir wedding al'rrliversaryI Mr. and Mrs. Joulbent, former on Sundayglafitemoon, Nov. 29, at fillings COUMY 'I‘elsildenl‘cs have a small lget‘togemer with finitends. [6 children, Vy‘onneé-«Mrs. Donald 08-: large :gdur flarededvgeddingi‘lrmemfloria, ling, Doubly, Der- ‘emade decorat ,yMrs,~ . Maury. cre’are two ,I‘wrald‘moem a daughter of the grandchildren, Vemiba and Gary ' ‘ befits, red the serving Kraen. On a .rural gas station; “Buzz table." me cake was dembed Francis is a brother of Mrs. service, men with mink roses, green leaves ‘Mae Olson, and Joubert will on while 1 get and “topped with wedding bells. be remerubeued as Irene LeDoux. i who aster-noon several time he was spending some time Feh.’ Fry'bum in Savage, 'Mcuit, been gone out help; the teams culled there byline ilflrwssof. his will? " presently is stationed at Wash keepjmurllfivt install, D. C. my on."