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January 28, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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,Q Mr. vCho 'their BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. ,~ T Th F yb News e r urg W,ord has been received that Mrs. Agnes ~y~n of G~ra,nd l~ap- and :Mrs. E. C. Bredburg .Mr. and Mrs. ,Philip "Puss and ida. M~icih. wes injured badly in spen ~ few weeks with Re,bin J~oy ,arrived Friday even- a fa~l artd is ,being cared tbr i'n son ]~b and family in New i ~g .and sper~t ,lJhc weekend at a nu,rs,mg l~ome. ,Mrs. Lynn who ONeans. La. n, ave returned to t%e Ver,ne KCr~g Ihome. "Ihey re- h,as made ,her da.ome wifh her *heir ,home ~here. They report a ~uincd .:o ,Fort Peck on Mond~ay. aau2nter. M, argaret H,ami,lmn us m~)st enjoy,able vaea,~ion. Mr. ,and 'Mrs. Orvil.le O]@on ,t.he wife of the .1.ate H N I.~nn, Mr. and Mrs. Danny ltre~man and son Gary visited at ~the .M, ae former e@itor and puJbli~er of were supper guests l~st Sund~y O]son home l~ast weekend. They ~Jhe ,E, ii'lings C'our~ty Pioneer. "lthey evening at the ~ome of Mrs. came ,by way of Bowman w~ere 'l, ived ~t Fryiburg for several Johanna ~oeu.1. Oz-ville 'transacted busmess. He years. EVh' and ~;VIrs. Glen Adams of is employed ~t dJhe Ch~le4c iV~r. ,and ,Mrs. A E. M'a'vt.eson rn~0.tored to IB.'isma.rek on Wed. Beach visited t~e $orrne'rs mo.th- arage in Baker. Mont. I er. 'M~'s. EHa Ac~ams. Susie "Ithompson, elder daughw'here Mrs. !M,att,6son recefved a 0he0k, u,p at ,the ~ospi:tal. Their 'Mr. and Mrs. A. E. 'M~tteson ter of the C. C. Thompsons sport, t. daugda.ter JoAnn returned ~h~me Cransacted [business in Dickin- a few 6ays with her grand par- w~th them for one day. son on S~tu,rd~y. n,3. ,the EredJburgs. The I~ir~g and Tuss ,families Mrs. Joe Re~ter, rural ~Bel~ield Mr. and Mrs. Ed LeD~)ux v:s- vis.ited Mrs. El'len John'son Men.' has received an announcemen,~ ited ,a't the Lindbo ran<~h on foreD,~On. ~- of a new grandch,ild. A son. Jack q'h, ursd~ay. They als~ .ca,ned on Patrick, w'as born ,to Mr. and Mrs. Ellen J~h~nson. Mrs. Marvin [ngm.an assisted .Mrs. J.aek O'Leary o.f Port]and, M'r. an=[ ~Mrs. Mike Proc~v and wit]u a joi~t installation of of- Ore. on. Jan. 5:h. The li;t.t'le f~'!- b. )y 2'] ~f Belfield ale0 visi~ted ricers of 'the Rebecca Lodge last ,low weigihed 7 l~bs. 10 oz. h~s x k:n '.:.:)s .on 2'burs. Mrs. Pro- ~I~uTsday evening at Dickinson. three year old s,i~ter, named Su- : i:, the for,met Lol,a Faye Mrs. TIenry Davis of Fryburg san Marie. His mother w~,ll b~ Lindbo. w, as insbaEed as N,~bl.e G~and, remen~bered as Cece]ha Reiter. Word ,has been received th,at and Mrs. Marvin Ing~n, an as viffht M:EDOR&. N. DAI TI{URSDAY. JANUARY 28, 196 NO Exhibited d, augh.tev of ,t~he la4e Joe R~ter Mrs. F. K. ,McCulloug%h of Burns, ~ubP',)r~er ;o t.he Noble Grand. Pres~aent Eisentmwer cut the ribbon to the First World Agriculture Fair at New Delhi, India, where North Dakota is exhibiting bard red spring wheat and durum, according to Paul E. R. Abrahamson, administrator and Mrs. Reite r. Ore. w'fho sulbn'~tted to surgery Mrs Eoyd Matte gon was install- ot the Nortb Dakot. State Wheat Commission. Widely acclaimed by Indian government leaders and agrt- Mr. and ~N1rs. E, C. Bredburg, in a Portland ~h'ospital in early ed as mne~ guard. M ar~in lng-culturists, the American exhibit cost $2,500,000. Over 1,000,000 people will see the Fair. The North Dakota ,Mrs. Mae Olson and I ~retta were Jan.uary ,is getting along ~ine man a's~isCed in t:h~ Cdd Fellows exhibit was arranged by the N. D. Experimeul Station. dinner gue~ts~a,t ,the C. C. T~on~- and has no d'ou,bt, returned to :.nJ~ail.ation son h~>me ,in Be~fie]d, Wed. eve, her home iby now. ,M,i~s Mary Pat Lucy, ~armer t San 20. L~t*le Cimdy was the Miss Doris S~tiegen who is em- E.[ark-'Eill.ings Coun'ty Agent ,and Robert ~Rosen'.bttrg and family, of stu.dep/t ,pevsormel off StaCe,an}nistwa% r with key rcspor~.sibi,1- honored guest ,as she was two ployed at ~e Pete's Care was a Ralph D. Holzapfel were .rrmrried 'Mrs. ,Rosenlburg will be remem- Teachers College ~n MinCe, has ~y for working w i~h local sob, col years ~]d ~t day. dinner guest at the Mae Olson m ,~e Sacred Heart C~Ot.ic "bored as Bevrtiee Smkh. been roamed a regk)n~2 eoordina-'~sttpts, and principals o s0h0ol.s IDavid Gxay, son of Mr. and home last Sunday evening. Ohurdh on ,tan. 11 in 2VIed~nord, ,-, .~T -~-r tor for Project Talertu--~he tbr~-"wlh/.0h are in ~J~/kr~s inventory of M.vs. ltoy Gray ~0.f ,Regent, who Mr. and 'M,rs. Ph, il Tuss ~nd Ore. Dr. ti. r orem, l al;'l COIT~rtg rtatiorl~] al~ti-' ~len L C~ tudes and abi1$ties c4 hig~n s~ovl Projee~ Talent. a survey ear- is ,attendSng college ~vt ,I>i~ dau~g~ter ,R~bin, ;N~r. ~nd Mrs. ,Mrs, SteH, a ~rr~th left F~d'ay Census Coordinator studen'ts tied ou't by the U. of P~t~bul,g & was a dinner guest at the ttero'ld Verne K.ir~g were dinner .guests ,by train for Npring Vaffley, N. . 'l~alkin.g'ton ,home on Sunday. a 'the H~rold ~all~in~orton ~ovae w~ere she wN!l ~visi,t ffVIr. ,and 'M, rs. Dr. Grant M. Norem, director Dr. Norem is the I~cal Ad 'su,pl~rted by the U. S. Office of Edu.oati~n. will admir~i~t er a special set of examinations and questionnaires to s~udents m ap- proximately 1000 h~h s,c~ols. The purpose fs to make a Nat'l Census of Aptitudes and Abfli- ,tics. pro,~icting needed informa- ~.ion for t~sc rcsc,ons;ble for education plann, ing. Dr. Norern ~s a native of Se~t- "" / WE'~Trfgr~ inel Eut~te. and received his ad- vanced education a[ State Urd- 'T~ ~ ~ LV --~- ~"ffi" NDAC Fraternity Pleage --- ,~~ Ervm Simon,on. son of Mrs Ben Simons~on of Beach. us one oT ~-" *~'"* -'~ 41 m,cn wih.o !:aw:. rc, cer~4,1y pied:g- cO n:ubna. .x)clal frate~r~ity " ~ ~,*, ~ " " ---- ,the NDAC at F.argo. ---" APRON STRINGS Elaine " ' ' IN GREATEST U. S. TRAGEDY Urbaffzka rthese, but lift them from time t~o time with a spatB'la to pre. ve~t sticking. Cook, covered, ov low heat until they are tend-