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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 7, 1957 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, t The W00'.e:k Arotmd Medora Mrs. George Osterhout wire has been ill for severM days was admitted to the Glendive hospi- tal or treatment on Monday. ] Weekend guests at the Les I Conne}l rnch were ,Mr. and i VIrs. A1 Kinbro and son Pat' from New England. Those from ,Medora who at- tended the open house m honor L vf the 90th birthday of H, arve R.obinson were Mr. and Mrs. J. C. 'Rasmussen, ,Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roberts and Mr. and .Mrs. George Osterhout. ILouie Vanvig from Mobile. Alabama left by plane from Dickinson on Wednesday after a four day visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ears Vanvig. Louie will fly to Los An,geles and from there to ormosa where he will be employed for the next two years. [Mrs. Bertha ,Nichols received word this week of the death of Lawrence Kendley on January 27 at Seattle, Washington. Law- rence Kend.ley was a former Medora resident, he was ,born in the old fbrick h, otel in Medora and lived here with his parents, Mr. an Mrs. Oren Kendley for many years. Vlrs. Sidney Con- nell of Medora and Mrs. A. T. Boyd are nieces of Mr. Kendley. Mr. and ,Mrs. Fay Cormell of Dickinson visited hie parents, Mr. and ,Mrs. Jack Connell at the ranch on Sunday. $2-c Raymond Myers arrived fldllfllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllfllllll SUNDAY & MONDAY TUES. - WED. - THURS. in ,Medora on Thursday on a 30- day fu,rlot, gh. Raymond haq jult returned from Japan. Ttle Congregational Ladies Aid met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen on Wednesday af- ternoon. V[r. and [Mrs. L. G. Brown left l,ast Wednesday on a.n extended vacation tgi.p. They 'plan to visit in Wi.q and other eastern states and then will go to New Orleans t9 spend some time with their san Laverne. Mrs. J. C. Ras- mussen s tebking care of the gift shop in their absence. 2nd. ,Lt. Paul A. Lebo drove to Diokinson on Monday morn- ing and from chore he accom- panied 1 Lt. Herman H.off of Dickinson to Fort Belvoir, Va. where they will attend National Guard train.ing school for the next 8 weeks, Sgt Walter Wold left Vledora by train on Sat. for Ft. Leonard Woad. [Missouri .where he will attend a .two eeks school for National Guardsmen. Dinner guests at the B. T. Connelt residence on Wednesday were Mrs. Guy Connell from Dicki.nson and 'her moLher Mrs. Grade from Dra..ke, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bird and DouSe Pelissier drove to Glen- dive on Tues. afternoon where they were guests at a di'nner and pa,rty at the Bill Hattershied home. 'Mrs. Zella Fong, Intermediate teacher at the Medora school gave a party for #he :Medora Jr. basketball team at her 'home in Belfield )n Tuesday evening. [Mrs. tGlenn Olson and daugh- ter, Linda.-who 'have been vis- iting her parents [Mr. and Mrs. Lars Vanig for the past week] left for their home at Ravendan I in Ark. on ,Fziday. VIilford Van- I wig took them 0 Dickinson to[ ca'ch the fast train. / The Senior r.idge Clulb metI at the, lhome of [Mrs. B. T. Con-! nel'l on Th.urs. nigh.t of last week, [Mrs Oannon won 'high score,. [Mrs. Osterhout. second low and and ,Liq,lian Van Doren Win. W. Eichhorst Attorney ith offices in BELFIE LD SATURDAYS MONDAYS - WEDNESDAYS TUESDAYS - THURSDAYS FRIDAYS MEDORA BROCKMEYER Radio Service lhone. 2-43I BEACH, NO. DA[. Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. Licensed to repair comttnication equip. Fishing supplies. Record players. Records. Teen-age boy.. Understanding Woman/ Every mid-week show is "SILVER $ DERBY" Showl Drawing every Thursday rdgh. FRIDAY - SATURDAY ALAN LADD '0'" PRESTON BIIENOJI " DONALD MARSHALL. CRISP l O,V. ,Mr. and VIrs. 'W. J. Ray spent the weekend in Dickinson with heir daughter 'Mrs. Dale Hew- san and family. , ,Mr. and [Mrs. Paul A. Lebo and Mrs. Alice Lebo and Jerome visi'ted the Charles Cleveland in Dickinson, on Saturday. i Mrs. Lesser Tisor and Judy & Mr. and 2Virs. Wil'bur Annear drove to Bismarck on Saturday to attend the capping ceremony for the student nurses of be Bismarck Hospital. The Capping Ceremony was ,held at 2:00 o'clock on Sunday afternoon at the U. B. Church in Bismarck. Helen Rider and Carol A nnear from Medora are taking nurses tra'ining there and both girls received their caps. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lee of Valley City, for- mer Medora residents also at- tended the ceremony. Mr. and V[rs. B. H. Wilson of Sentinel Butte were din.ner zuests at the Jo Rousseau res- idence on Sat. evening. Mr. and [Mrs. Max Wil'sor came in from their ranch at Amidon last weekend and drove to Bismarek 'to attend 'to bu= hess matters. 't}obbie and ,Brian Wilson spent %he weekend with their grandmother .in Medora. __ Lars Vanvig has been on the sick list the past week. I Shy Oto from Sidney, [Mont. I is visiting friends in Medora this t week. . I ':Mr. and Mrs. Einar ,Fong of Belfield have announced te en- gagement ' of their datglter, I Jan.ice to Roy Ray, son of Mr.I a.nd ,VIrs. J. O. Ray of Millsop. Texas. The prospecive bride was graduated from the ,Belfield ,high school and after 'teaching school for a year ,was em, ployed MEDORA, N, DAK. L. to R., front, lanice Becke,.', I Pvesths. Bismarck; Carl Bu- .Iedora; Gordon Di:etz, Sentinel Bismarck; Evelyn Wolff, HELL- I man, Bismarck. L. to R., bad. 3utte; Jerry Peters, Carson; Gor- inger; Shaft Gifford, VIott; Do- I)elano Helm, Zap; Darlene don Schnell, Dickinson; Joan lores Stiles, I>ickinson; Janet Flegal, Linton; Jerome Lebo. .ieland, Bismarck. MEDORA LUTHERAN CHURCH Pastor Lambert er Sun.d=ay Worship Theme: A SMALL STAIRT, ,BUT EX- ATTENTION LADIES -- Easter I Pastor's Class 8. p.m. Time's the time for eggsand I Those l,nterested in fine music, good earning, 'too, as an Avon]the St. Olaf Choir will sin.g a Representative..For immediate] concert in Williston, First Luth- placements in [Medora and eran church on Friday, Feb. 22 Sentinel Butte, N. D. {For full  at 8 p.m. .particulars write to [Miss Hel- en McClellan, C/o General Delivery, VCi]liston. N. D.. 22-3tp t # , THE MEDORA Nio g'"  NOTICE TO CREDITOaS CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE Sunday: o PHILLIE' SKACHENKO DECEAS- 3:00 Worship Service. ED. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned Administratrix of the es- tale of Phillip Skachenko, late of the vicinity of Fayette in the county of Billings and State cf North Dakota deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against, sa}d decedent to exhibit them with the cessary vouchers within 'hree months after the first publication of this notice t tie County Court of said county at the office of the Coun- ty Judge in the City of Medora in cl Billings County. North Dakota. NOTICE is hereby further given hat the time and place fixed by the court for hearing and djusting such claims are the 14th day of May, 1'57. at ten o'clock A M. in he Court Rooms of the County Court ,d tl.e Court House in the City of ).[edora in the. Coumy of Billings nd State of North Dakota, at which ime and place all persons interested in the estave shall show cause why Shy claim against said estate should ,,t be allowed. Dated this 24th day of lanury. 1957. Hattie Skaehenko Administratrix. Howard A. Freed Attorneys for Administra'ri. Dickinson. Nortl] Dakota. I First publication on the 31st day of J'anuary, 1957. (Jan. 31-Feb. 7-14) by Deister, Ward and WNcher TEISIVE SERVICE. Oi,1 A'bstra.cting company. Her Text: .Matthew 13:31-35. fiance attended school in Lov_ I SUNDAY: i ngton, INew (Mexico, and is em- Sunday School & High Class ployed ,by he Shortes U'ran4um 10:30 a.m. Drilling Company. The wedding Worship Service 11:30 a.m. date has been set as March 1st. THURSDAY: No wonder if it has these days, since it's just a shadow of its old self! But when you trade with our local merchants, you'll find your dollar is given the best of treatment. It's easiest to keep track of those dollars spent when you pay all bills by check. You have an accur- ate record of payments, and your cancelled chock is, a legal receipt.' FARMERS & MERCHANTS BANK Beach, North Dakota JUST ONE WEEK LEFT TO =ON YOUR TAXES You can save 5% on your Real Estate Taxes ]f you pay them before Feb. 15th. DONW DELAY! SAVE THAT 5% J. F. TESTER Billings County Treasurer I I I I Announcing the re.opening of the SHAMROCK CLUB by the new owner, Jim Saye We will endeavor at all times to have the finest in music and entertainment for your pleasure. DANCE Sat; & Sun. evenings, Feb. 9-10 Music by Pop Konkright & Orch. Playing your favorite tunes the way you like 'em! Make arrangements to have your par- ties and wedding dances at the Sham- rock. We'll furnish the music. SHAMROCK CLUB Phone 35-9451 Open 9 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily NOTICE Our Care is now open, serv- ing from 4 p.m., until 2 a.m., week days, and Sundays and closed on Tues. Bring the family and have dinner with us next Sunday. We serve the best foods available, expertly prepared under the direction of Mr. R. L. Nelson, manager,: Come in anytime, dressed as you are. Nice enough for everyone, but not too good for anyone l