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The breakin at the Super Valu store was set at about 3 a.m., as that was the time that Mrs. Ruth Brice, man- ager of the Hospital Annex, di- rectly behind the Super Valu store, reported hearing strange noises coming from the direc-; tion of the store. Collins took his cigarette loot, directly to Dickinson, and at-‘ tempted to sell them tor $1 a carton to a merchant there, who immediately became suspicious, and notified Dickinson police. was apprehended a coup- le of hours laterjust outside the city limits of Dickinson; 'Slheriflf Zimdli went to Dickin- son Friday morning, where FBI were present eta hear- ing, and Collins was turned over to Zinsli, who brought him back to Beadi, where he is now in jail. The cigarettes were in the truck, and were returned to Beach with the prisoner. Collins was (given a hearing in Justice George Seeley’s court on Satur- day atternoon, Jan. 30, where Collins entered a plea of guilty to the burglary charge, and was bound over to District Court. He will be sentenced 'by Judge Harvey J. Miller in the near fu- ture, at Dickinson“ * Clendive oflfiicials cattle to Beach this week, and FBI “men are al- interested grand larceny, after completing his sentmtm on the Beach burg- lary (huge. Feeder Tour ' ' Wednesday,-Feb. 10 «Plans are now complete for the annual Feeder Tour and meet- ing to be held in the Beach area Wednesday, Feb. 10. The morn- ing be spent in visiting some Wmtiye feed lots of the area, farmers, business- men anyme interested a picture of .the livestock eedung'; ;;,’-prognam developing in our A free mulligan will be served at, the Farmers andmer- 1W State Bank ctGolva: m- m Lions Club 'y moon session, which be- stowed“ P-m- is PM“! *0 and pctenha’l 1We~ (93W a wellcrounded 58m m find .01 on on to develop a feeding PTO‘ Topics to be discussed W111 livestock mm" feedlot planning and equipment. W of feeding, disease pmventim, wand mechanization of feeding. Everyone is welcome to at- tend any part or all of the day- long program. A schedule of the pmgmam hollows: Line up in front of courthouse in Beach, ready to leave at 9:45 am. At 10 am. they will visit the Orval Ross feedlot; 10:30 at the NagelaKippley feedlot; 11:00 a.-m. the tour should be at Roy Oech’s feedlot; from there to Ralph ZOOk’s feedlot; then back to the Legion Hall in Beach where a free mulligla-n will be served at 12:15. At 1:00 p.m. there will be a livestock feeder meeting at the Legion hall. LEGION NOTICE The meeting of the Harley Samar-Badlands Am. Legion Post which was scheduled to be held Wednesday night, Feb. 10, has been potlbponed and will be held one week later, Wednesday night, 17, at 'the Beach Leg- ion Hall. Basketball Schedule 1959- 1960 MOSES HIGR SCHOOL Feb. 5 Versippi there Feb. 12 Furng at Beltield. Come out and help the teams win! in Collins, Who“ probably will have (to serve time" (for the thcfit of the piclmp, a. MEDORA. BILLINGS COUNTY. NORTH DAKOTA [Miss Murray Gets lHomemaker Award 1 The 1960 Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow in our school1 is senior Sydney Murray. in a 50emi‘n‘ute written exam on! lhomemak'ing knowledge and at-1 titudes taken by graduating sen- ior girls. She received an award pin. He exam paper will “be sub- mitted 'for cornpetiton with oth- er high school winners to name the State Betty Crocker Home- maker of Tomorrow. W...— by an aqem in‘ She received the W8, Shell To Drill 3 Mile West Of Discovery Well ‘ A new location was staked out, sand announced this week by Shell Oil Company at their new §Rough Rider Field just across} l l l :the Billings County line in the southern 'tier of township in Mc- §Kenzie County. The new location ,is i‘n-Se‘c. 1'6-14‘5-101. just one; mile west of the discovery well? that came in several weeks ago1 .with a flow of 1526 barrels of io'il daily. The new field is located just: off 'the northeast corner of Gold en Valley County and from to ports the field boundaries run four miles wide. Rumors have it that several other major companies are in— .terested in lease holdings in the area and that other well locations will be announced this spring as many of the leases will be running out. The North Dakota Industrial Commission has approved a tem- porary 320 acre spacing tor the new field in McKenzie County. The Almerada No. l-X Joubert well in the F‘ry‘burg field is be— ing drilled below the 6,000 fit. level and should be coorpleted soon. This well is being drilled “in the SE 4-13 3.00 justlfmmh of Highway No. 10. , Youths Nominated For Air Academy Eleven young North Dakotans' have been nominated tor ap— pointment to the U. S. Air Force Academy, according to arecent announcement by Rep. Don Short. The names were submitted by Short as principals or Mics. Actual appointees will be deter- mined by a collegerrboatrd in the order of merit, following an ex- amination on March 12., The two young men from Beach are William jr., and Richard Theodore Pm ‘Rep. Short Stated that Wool aptitude tests and Air Flame of- ticer qualifying tests which will comprise a total of nine exlasmi- ‘hations, and afinaal physical ex- amination, prdbalbly will be giV- on earlier. . Florida Boy Who Shot Medora Man Released James N. llolsombach, 19, of {Madeira Beach, worms, has been be released milcustod I; the talslxogtmgmagv. m a - man; ‘APWMY Jury? reamed to indict Hlolsonfiaaoh anta- mung- ed Jan. 21 otter Menagm- dora was shot «twice in the (has: at a hotel. llo’lsom’basdh vtdl-d officers he istlred only after McMillan broke ’down the door to his room. GOLDSBERRYS SELL 1 BLOODED HORSES The Goldsberry Brothers, 10- call ranchers and breeders of thoroughbred Quarter Horses, re- cently completed a deal where they sold eight of these yearlings to two—year-olds to Waldean Ott of Hamilton, Mont. The Golds- .berrys are becoming very W611 known over the' U. S., tor the fine quality of the animals they raise, and they are having a little d-iiificulty keeping up With the demand! EMPLOYMENT REP. 1N BEACH 1’33. 10 The N. D. State Employment Representative Will be in Beach on Wed, Feb. 10 at the court- house from 9 am. until pm, when he will take applioamioms from individuals seeking, work, claims for unemploymem com- pensation, and orders nor‘ am. players seeking wax-km. Lions Wire Protest lGladstone Over l Emu-Young Medora 76 to 71 To Legislators «Answer Lions Plea it. Gladstone ma. ma a..- Monday protesting any action by the department of agriculture to call for delivery of COC loan grain in tarm stored granaries. It was pointed out to the repre- sentatives in Washington that these bins were purchased for the purpose of storing the production ion the terms, and that in many ‘ cases the revenue from such stor- age would be the accepted means by which the individual farmer 'intended to pay for the bin. It was also emphasized that .the farmer understood that the department or CCC would reseai ethis grain for a period of years enabling the purchaser to be as— sured 0f income from storage to meet future payments. It was1 also noted that this grain is in good condition and that it is in approved storage. The loss to our county, if this grain were to be called in, would be in excess of $50,000.00 per year, and the loss of income from these bins would create a defiinite hardship in many cases, : Signed: R. E. Hardy, pres; ,Beach Lions Club, Beach, N. D. nnell-Feldmann rams star‘sr‘rtflonored at Dinner The annual Farmer - Business- man dinner sponsored jointly by, the Beach Lions Club and the1 Golden Valley Soil Conservation District was held Monday even- ing, Jan. 25 at the Beach Legion Hall. In spite of threatening weather, nearly 100 persons at— tended the dinner which was held on the more spacious second floor ketball team eked out a victory . . over the Medora squad 76-71 in 3% 1%: fifiwfifiugagmw a game at Gladstone last Friday . . night. i , this Wednesday morning, Feb. V ‘ ,3, from Sen Man Young and! Lester Sdhlitz of Gladstone was R. E. (leb) Hardy, president l . the spark/plug tor his team 'by iRep. Don L. short, in answer to I. _ ,. Y .> E the Lions Club's plea to keep the Downdm'g up 2:) 90mm Clary Bird . good game 'by scoring 32 points. ligrégeHofirfg?nbms E 'It was a fast and close game Beadh N Dak Shooting very well. f Re urtel certainly Share your' [Medlova‘ next gram—«Believe one will be an: nounced Within two or threeEBeach thing I can to get such a program f L again this year. Regards. i HR. E. HARDY Pres An agressive Hettinger hive ‘Beadh Lions dub itook advantage of numerous mis- ‘ USDA advises no major change51‘46 Victory in Resealing Program is con—Man. 30 at 3030b made shortly no deliveries will we first 9,931“ and trailed by be asked for April 30th Recent at half-time. The 'Bucs came ferred to 1959 oath. Will alwa S Hgttin‘geris “owing smart me do an I can to keep on flgeithill‘d quarter. Int looked as if the .capacity_ Regards. }was not to be. Beach alsoled by l Don L. Short, Member of Con-ione at the end 0f the murd- l l ,reseal program for on the farm at Madam turned in his usual Beach Lions Club VmOSt 0f uh? Way With ’both sides views over need for Reseal Pron n the Beltield court on Feb. 12. weeks. Certainly will do every- Mtlt Young, U, 8. Senator", Beach, N, Dak. ltakes lby Beach and rolled to a templated announcement will bei Beach led 9‘8 at the end of release you may have seen re_ roaring back and scored 10 to lilarm storage utilized to utmost Bum were gomg ‘30 “11011 but it gress," l The pressure was on and Beach ishowed it «by losing the ball in ivarious ways at least a dozen times. Hardy and De'l‘enanoour each :Soored 12, Malling scored 20 for {the visitors. I ‘We noticed a new low in uno , 03?.“ the three large UO 5- sportsmanuike action by a fe- Burdau of Reclamation towers male «Heminger fian‘ Bad}, time atop Sentinel IButte, coll‘aPSEd a Beach player was set and ready dUI‘m'g the night this MOMMY to shoot a free throw she would ,Fe’h 1: Prabably fmm We he'-'iVY;.give them a start by yelling coating of frost and high winds.‘uRE30UNipn in a voice not un, I'lihe ponderou-s structure was Like Gravel .Gertie's. This coup, :thought to have been secuerelyiled wdmh “he Beach dheer llead_ l Sentinel Butte lower Topples of the hall. ‘1‘ built and properly braced. It i8, ers hollering “Hey, Hey, Ho, Ho, Guest speaker, Lyness Lloyd, who is dh‘ief of the 8308 in N. D., commended the businessmen of‘ the community, the district, and the district cooperators tor their interest and accomplishments lg soil and water comervotion.‘ [Lloyd stated sudhx progress is possible only ‘by teamwork-“be. tween the flarmers and ranchers and a great number of people who are not directly engaged in, agriculture. These include bus- inessmen, We in the school system, county and state and federal agencies. He added that the Golden Valley SOD had been cited last year for the 2nd timeashavingdonethebeatjob of soil and water conservation in the state. The district, also won this honor in 1952. Individuals honored included Sid Cbnnell, district Wilmer;ij the 1%9 Soil Conservation ' . . . ’S'l' ' it 1., Achievement Contest, and Ervin Feb 2‘ at 4 pm” “tel. bemg m megs gfigrggngspogfmgagtnmlelf Foldmann. with a tree farmer oward‘flor his outstanding tarnr Wilhelm. Don Breuer, repre- sentative Goodyear Tire and Mecca, presented die district supervisors with plaques in recognition ofvtheir efitorts emailing the its first place rating. in the Goodyear contest. Swervisors so honored were Don: Wlisclww, Reinhardt An- dy Tiber. .Slid and John , , selected by the ‘ct as having done the best job on his ranch, and winner of the GNDA contest for 1968, was unable to present , to accept the award given him Thedhnerisomol'mespec-: V; lal actiydtiosorf flmamficultmal‘ oozmnitteeofthelhommmyand er (hangs. Holcomgw serves to accord recognition to those who recognize the import-l lin, a blade operator 1mm gMe- once of conservation of our soil and water resources. "31.151128 HOME FTER LUNG SURGERY Walt Bratton, publisher of the and the. Billings County Pioneer, return-' ’ed to his apartment in Beach Golden Valley News Dak., Where he spent about two weeks oonvalesolng rat the home of_ mother, Mrs. L. H. Bratton. His 'brother-inlaw, Frank Horn- stein, publisher of the Rugby Tribune, drove Bratton’s car home. \ Homstein returned home they following day. taking a plane from t0 Minot, and going visa car [from them, .90 Rugby. with Bill oat Beach him to the Dickin- son airport in Mr. Brattm‘i’s car.- The letterisstlllv‘erywmtimn' his long illlnem and lung sung; ery, but is gaining slowly in strength each day, but must not be too active for several weeks yet. N. D. Picnic at Long Beach -— The N. D. Pimic will be held at Dong Beach on Sunday, Feb, 14 at Recreation Park. l ‘b‘meved malt bl“? guy W'u‘es onetc”, made for a serious nervous “he SOUl’hWEjSt Side 0f the tower strain on the players and tans. gave way first. With the heavy! ,Next :Fniday night, Feb 5‘ Weight of the frost Coating andreaah will meet St. Mary's at tithe wind, the tower, erected Ultlfllgeadh‘ Saturday night Kindeer gpaslt year, crumpled and fell tolmmes m0 :Beadh and Tuesday Jithe ground, a twisted and brok-i meg“, Fab. 9_ Beach wavels‘ to en heap. ~ 'Wlibaux, Mont. Several Wyees. of the U- 3- The writer with [tongue in ',Bureau of Reclamation came out dheek, picks Beach an 3 times, and believes the Bucs have it— ailternoon, and to determine how we only “Gable is sometimes best to deal with the situation. they don't perfom as we“ as inhen or how the tower will be we know they can we also re_ i repaired or replaced was not dis-'anze itvs impossible to penfiom gperfectly each and every game. I ' In the prelimnary game the L P. Hall Dies, am am We. Glendirve “B” team. Serv1ces Thursday {8, Glade Reports L. r, a resident» neon, Seal Returns tn Trotters community, suc-' , ' .4 M _. cufnbed this Tuesday afternoon,i ‘ wm‘ made’ onusm‘as 900.” hedm‘ 501' mmeume' turns to date are $145 for 1959 smmgflmmfiwxvelrei‘eez 'l-n‘ 1958, Billings County final at at the Me fist ch‘mjh'returns came to $227.30. With Rev. Marvin Buckifirrives Ovorsoas -- Am obituary of Mr. Haws me Srfc. A. J..Decker, a son of _Mr p in the following edigand Mrs. Matt Decker ot Sentinel “on claim‘hhe' Pioneet Butte, just arrived in the Philip- ,_ . pines, accordinigt..._tc a letter re- main-Husbands -— lceived by the elder Dockers last “Km Friendly "Neighbors Clulb $unday. A981. Decker has been a . Sentinel Butte WWW m military service a‘ total of Mir hmnds at a supper guano years, and was stationed_,at Jan. 24,“,a't the Shamrock. ClubiEt. Meade, Md, prior to his ite- st Wibaux. ‘ ;cenf assignment. and Mrs Duane.i Ei'flflavisi. ' ‘ .> l l meets Fryiburg' gs County Pioneer THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 4, 1960 NUMBER 36 Duane Davis Weds Belfield Girl On January 24, 1960, at 4 .p.m., at the Lutheran church in Bel- field, N. D. Miss Karen Lindlbo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A/ndc rew Lindbo, exchanged wedding vows with Duane E. Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis of Beach. Pastor Alton Johnson of- lticilated at the double ling cere- ; mony before an altar flanked with .canldelalbra, and centered with a lbouque’c of white mums and red lroses. Kathy Olsen, Moonhead, ,‘Mi‘nn., was the organicst, and Greta Pong of Belfield was solo» list, singing “The Song of Ruth". gThe hymn “My God How Wond- ’ erful Thou Art", was sung by the ' guests, ' The bride was given in marri- age by her lather, and chose a white til-clustered satin cocktail lengltth gown tashioned with saturday mde below the elbow sleeves, and a :semivfia‘brina neckline accented iwith Venice lace. The titted, dropped waistline featured Ven- ice lace trimming, and the gent- ly flared shirt was caught at the waistline in back with a bow. Her fingertip veil of silk illusion was arranged from a matching Venice lace bandeau adorned with pearls and sequins. Her jewelry was a pearl necklace and mat- ching earrings. g‘irfits from the bridegroom A bouquet of red roses completed her costume. Miss Connie Lindbo was maid of honor tor her sister. Brides- maids were may Thompson of Bettie-1d. Cindy Carlson, Aiuda- ibon, Minn, and Greta kag of iBelfie'ld. They wore street length frocks of blue cryta charm with semi-mull skirts, titted lbodzices with back bows, and albove the elbow pomersque sleeves. Each wore a single strand pearl neck- lace and white wrist-length [gloves which were their gifts from the bride. Their bouquets were white baby chry‘santhe— mums. The bridegroom chose his brother, Donald, as best man. somber gentlemen attendants were Jerry Syymud. Mandan, Dionel Oppegrande, jr., Dickinson, class» .mates of the bridegroom, and Elliot bindbo, Beltield, brother of the bride. 'llhey were white jack- ets, black trousers, black bow ties, and carnation bouttonmliexes. ‘ wedding reception, given by the parents of the bridetol- lowed, in the church parlors. where tables were attractively decoralted. The 4~tier wedding cake baked by Mrs. Melvin Grif- -£in, aunlt cf~the bride, and decor- ated by Mrs. Max Bauer, also the bride’s aunlt, assisted by the bride's mother. Outstanding guests at the wed- ding included the tour grand mothers of the couple, Mrs. Mab- le Davis and Mrs. Bertina Nol— son of.Be&ldl’l, and Mrs. C. G. (1le and Mrs. A. C. Lindbo of Beltield; all wore pink carnation corsages. ’ r p The bride is a graduate of the Beltield High School, clam of ’58, and attended. Concordia Goll- lerge one year, and is employed as a receptionist at the Fargo Clinic. The bridegroom grudmtcd from Beach highin ’56, and is presently attending Concordia College, Moorhcad,” Minn, Where he 'Wrilllgraduate in June. 'He’will be engaged in elementary eduoa‘~ tilon. Timer-newlyweds are‘riil’ow at home at 423-—4th St. 'S.“Apt. 3; in Moonhead, Minn. ‘ “ Western Sheep Day 1 To Be Held Feb. '16. The fiirst annual Western N. D. Sheep Day will be held at the Hettinger Experiment Station on Tuesday, Feb. 16, 1960. The pro- gram will begin at 9:30 a.m. with lunch and a tour of Experiment station facilities, followed by a useries of 9 sheep prod. demon- strations. Lamb dinner served at noon, followed by an afternoon program which will feature as lspea‘kers: LeRoy JohnsOn, supt. "of the Hettinger Station; Mel Kirkeide, extension livestock agent and Merle llight, animal husbandmain, NtDAC. N. D. RESIDENTS INVITED TO CALIF. PICNIC All N. D. residents living or visiting in Southern Calin‘iomia are invited to the annual North Dakota State Picnic at Sycamore Grove, in Los Angelica, Sunday, \‘Feb. 7. t The yearly reunion draws for- mer Nodalkls from hundreds of miles. 1 County registration books are set up so all may locate old friends and neighbors. ‘If you’ve triends or relatives in Southern Calif. urge them to at- ,tend this festive gathering. 1 l