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February 7, 1957     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, FEBRLYARY 7, ].957 WM$IIII!!ji!!I!!i!iII!!!:i!!I!!!i!!IIi!$ Belfield News luiiilIliiiI$ijiii{iiiiIiiiji!$iIiJiii$iii!ijiili$w v/ill Jo toward paying for the new band un'iforms which have been ordered. Mrs. Clarence Thompson en- tertained a group of relatives Mr. and Mrs. Joe Rotter re- and friends honoring her hus_ ceived a telegram Sunday an-! band on his birthday, Jan. 31st. noun cing the birth of a girl, Su- F The evening was spent .in play- san .Marie. to !Mr. and Mrs. Jack ing some very unusual and in- O'Leary of Forest Grox}e, Ore.! teresting games after vChich Susan arrived on Jan. 27 and. birthday cake and ice cream weighed 6 pounds 7 oz. Mr..! were served. Those present wer O'Lea,ry is the former Cecelia Rev. and Mrs. Lambert Locker Reiter. I Mr. and `Mrs. 'Ed Bry, iMr. and Irs. !Ralph Ku'hn from Pot-iMrs. J'im Hickey, ,Mrs. Min land, Ore. has been here visitinglThompson and 'Mrs. Darlene with er 'brother Joe Reiter and wa'llace. h,is tinnily. Joe has been in the[ hospital but s at his home now. i Pete Logasz is recuperating at his home ,here in Belfield at_ ter undergoing surgery at the hospital  Fargo. ,Mr. and VIrs. Guerdon Alguire and son of ,Beach, Ir. and Mrs. udollih Olheiser, Dickinson, r. and Mrs. Frank Kessel and son, and /Mrs. Ralph Kuhn. Port- land, Ore., were 'Sunday visitors at the Joe Reiter home. New officers were elected at last Wednesday's meeting of the local Band ,Mother's Organiza- tion. Those ss.uming duties for 'he coming year are Helen IAnd'bo, president; Lillian Ku- :bfk, v.-pres.; Helen Ingman, sec. and Brenda Altenberg. treas. It was also decided to h.ave an oyster stew supper on ,Feb. 15 at he `Memori Hall. Proceeds Cement Blocks Large or small lots For Your Cement Block Needs Contact "Red" Hayden or "Swede" Wagner Phone 'rR 2-4512 Beach. N. Dak. iMr. and M.rs. Ed Cinder are the proud parents of a baby girl born on Feb. 1st weighing 6 pounds, 7 oz. The name chos- en for her is .Betty Jane. The Sinders have one son, Donnie, who 'is reported very happy to have a sister. A su, pper guest at he Jim Hickey home on Tuesday eve was J. E. Williams who had been wrking 'i'n this area for the qDeister, Ward and Witcher Oil $bstractors. 'Larry Loffelmacher, son of Ir. and /Mrs. Pau,1 Loffelmacher has enrolled .in the Jamestown Callege in prepa'atibh:  to be- coming a minister. Larry s twin brother Lowell is also a student t the college in Jamestown. 'About this time every year, e litIe germ .,gremlins caus_ ing colds pneumonia, tons1itis, and .all sorts of ills, rgO on a campaign ,for victivas: Many .Bolfieldtes have fallen vict'ins, some stricken badly enough to require hospi'talization. Mrs. Henry Riclards, `Mrs. Mathews Yvonne .Buchman, and /R(nnie Makaruk are among the ones who we hope are just tempor- arily using the hospital at .Dick- inson or their present address. Miss Jo Ann Holm was a eek end house guest of Miss Rosie Nameniuk. Both girls are stu- dents at Belfield high school. Enjoying a mid-semester break in her studies at the State Uni_ versity is JuHenne .Beyers, dau- ghter of Mr. and Mrs. ,Harvey Beyers. 'She will return to Grand Forks .on Wed. of this week. Members of the Andy's Ser- vice ,Bowling Team and heir wives were entertained at the Andy TLindbo home on Saturday evening ater the men had fin- ished bowling. Lunch was serv- ed by :the 'hostess and the guests spent the remainder of the eve in visiting and wateh'ing TV. Janice Fong arrived home on l seventeen :i;!!iii::!i}::i: Sleek and charming . . . for the girl who Tikes a measure of smartness in her office wardrobe o, for dinner dating. Bolero sheath dress, ribbon trimmed, in washable rayon linen . . . easy to slip on because it's back zipped. Sizes 5 to 13 in a bevy of beau- tiful Spring colors: Pastels of Pink, Mauve, Bam- boo, Blue Grotto and darker colors of Flame Red, Black, Blue Teal, Spring Navy. $10.90 CLARA'S I THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. e>:peted to return to Belfield I i on the coming weekend. [ F Mr. and Mrs. William Rykow- I skL Mariel and Janelle were guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Taraba on Sun. eve. Veil,]tam Chruszch Jr., a stu- d.ent of the Earl School of Ac- cordion, will take part in the TV show Accordiana on Sun., Feb. ]0 at three o'clock p.m. Other students from ,Richard- ton, Dickinson. New England, Hebron and Killdeer will also take part. Paul Olienyk, ,Raymond Roth, Orest .Braranko, David IHolm, & Kenny ,Kordonowy, students of t.he Earl :Sohool of Accordion will play on a ,KDIX"radio pro- gram on Sunday. Feb. 17, at 4:30 p.m. [Mrs. Victoria Johnson of ,Gor- ham is a 'house guest of Mrs. il.lie .Buckman of rural .Belfield. Pioneer Medoraites (Continued From Page One) Well, he did not seem o find anyone willing to go as they a.ll knew they might be running into rouble, so I (Bird) said I would go with him, and Schy- ler said you had better ride one of ,Grey Wolf horses (This was a string of top saddle horses that the 'H. T. had, they were a fair sized line of horses and they had a lot of speed and could stay with it for a long ways). I said no that I had one of my own that I would run with anybody and I will take my chances on out runnning any Indian horse wiCh him. Schyler says we might ,have 'to make a run for it before we get back! Well, we rode in on .the eser- vation about 25 miles, & down on Grand River what we called Goose Bottom, there we found quite a lot of horses, both Indi- an ,horses and H. T. horses mix- ed together, so. we cut the In-! dian horses to one side, and we l bad 81 head that belonged o] out H. T. Roundup, After we got these horses separated we were taking it kind of easy, as we had been riding pretty hard,'but Sehyler was feeling pretty un- easy and kept looking around at the skyline to see if any one was coming. Pretty soon Schy- ler says "Ben take your field glass and take a look at that spot on ,top of that hill yonder." so I did and while I was look- ing 2 more objects took their place alongside of the first one I said .they look like Indians to me, Schyler says lets get out of here and do it fast. The ground was such that the Indi- RADIO & TV SERVICE All work guaranteed for 90 days. W.. C. Dickinson Radm & TV Service Phone TR 2-4580 Beach, N. D. ATTENTION Farmers & Ranchers We are equipped to handle your cattle and grain hauling. 1 Fhere are no hauls too long or too short Prices are as follows: South St. r Paul $1.15 per cwt Sioux City- $1.20 per cwt l.ocai Cattle Haulin 60c per loaded high- way mile. 70c per off highway mile. We also handle Car gill Range Pellet Delivered to your farm or ranch. Phone TR 2-4418o, TR 2-4131. DICK DREHER From Crad Forks -- i.s could not come directly of America in special cetera:m- i across i) us, but ,had to go ies at his office in the capitol at,. Mr_. i5ob Stangler of Grand a rouml some, so that gave us lBismarck. I about a three mile lead on them. ! During Boy Scout %'eek, the i Forks was a guest of her friend, Well we run that bunch of, }uby Kipp, last Thursday. ,Af- h,orscs as hard as we could for[ varioks units will begin mak-itcrward she went to Dickinson ing plans for the council's see- to visit her brother, Dr. Hagen. that 15 miles and when we! ond annual "Scout-O-Rama',' She and Ruby worked together crossed the line the Indians!which will be held in the NIem-'at the Bank of North Dakota in were less then a half mile be- hind us. We had crossed the line l wi'th 74 head of horses, 7 of I them had to be left along the:, way as they got lockjaw from I being driven so far and too f.ast. When. we crossed the line I pulled up and stopped, but Schyler wanted to go on some more, I told 'him they could not do anything to us now, and that I wan.ted to. talk to them as I migh,t know some of Chem. So I did and one was ed Toma- hawk xaom  knew. They were sure mad and would not even ,look at Schyler. I told them they could look over t, he horses, as we did not have' a,ny of theirs bus ,they did not seem much ,interested in that. I also told them I ad a permit, they knew that, but they want- ed that H. T. man. I said they could not have him now as we were across the line. I had to just a,bout force them to look the 'horses over, and they went away satisf.id that we did not, have anY of their horses. But those Indian 'ponies made a bet- ter run then I ever hought they could ! Boy Scout Week To Be Noted Here Cub Scout packs, regular Boy Scouts and Explorer posts in this community and the other counties served by the Iissouri Valley Council, Boy Scouts of America, will observe the 47th anniversary of the founding of that organization in special ac- tivities programs. Sunday, Feb. 10 will be known as "Scout Sunday", with Feb. 6 to 12 officially known as Boy Scdut Week across the nation. "Onward for God and My Coun- try" is the theme of the anniver- sary activi,ties. On Thurs., IFeb. 11, G.m;. J. E. Thursday, Feb. 11, Gov. John E. Davis will recognize the Scouts LEGAL ADVERTISING NOTICE OF PUBLICATION N. D. STATE INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION BISMAnCK, NORTH DAKOTA The State of North Dakota by its Industrial Comrnission hereby gives notice pursuant to law and the rules and regulations of said Commission promulgated thereunder of the fol- lowing public hearing to be held at 9:30 a.m. on Feb. 19, 1957, in the Hearing Room, State Capitol in Bismarck, North Dakota. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: All named parties and persons hav- ing any right, title, interest or claim in the following cases, and not- ie to the. public. 'CASE NO. 130: On a motion of the Commission to consider mar- ket'demat, for ude oil to be prn- dueed in the state of North Dakota during March 1957. CASE lqO. 131: On a motion of the commission to consicer the temo porary spacing for the development of a field dicovered by the Northern Pump Co. No. 1 Lucy Fritz well located in the EE, of Sec. I5, T137N, I100W, (Rlligs ty, pre- scribe limits of the field, and es- tablish such special rules as nec- essary. N. D. STATE II,DUFRI- L COMMISSION John E. Davis. Governor Feb. 7 orial Bldg. in Bismarck on Sat., Bismarck a few years ago. Mrs. April 6. i Stang]er's husband died in an l automobile accident in Canada Pioneer Ads Bring Results!  last fall. SAVE 1/300 TWIN CAR MATS Regular 2.98 99 Sale covers entire front floor and extends up the firewall protects expensive new ca rugs puts new style and color in older cars choice of colors While they last... Exhaust Extension Protects chrme and paint from corrosion. Car Seat for Baby Reg. 12--9 1.89 Lets baby sit up high enough to see out. MILLER'S SUPPLY VALENTINES Yes, we have Valentines for Mother, Sister, Brother and Dad and also for the Sweetheart. A large variety and selection to pick from. WE ALSO HAVE A FRESH STOCK OF VALENTINE CANDY And everything necessary for that Valentine party. 0LETZKE'S VARIETY Beach North Dakota ! :