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m i VOLUME XXXV M'aDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THIIRSDAY, FEBRUARY 11, 1960 NUMBER 37 l g Al]lbez~ ~er. ~Du~ing the many years iLl, at ~ ~m=dker v~s a member of eon~nunRy, he endeared ~imeelf to many by his f~iend~i- noes, unquestioned imegl~tW, and dm~otion Ix) ~h,is ~ar~i~y and friends. Western Sheep Day To Be Held Feb. 16 "fine Eu'st ~mu~l Western N. D. S~eep Day will be held at the I~et~mge~ ~ment St~%ion on Tuesday, Fetf 16, 1960. The pro- ~wil/begin at 9:30 a.rn. with argt a tour of Exoerirnent station f~oil,~ties, followed by a series of 9 s~eep prod. demon- and a l~ of free lfiwows ~paece, of fruits and vegetables now be' to lead the Buts scoring. For tthe ing hervested near the picnic "~'EBO OVER BU~./ 60-59 The Bucoaneems, ,~i~h an un- selfishnests ~at has been more apparen~ in recent ~a~nes, gave park. In ~a~t st~aw~berries will visitors, Singer led t~is mates 'be Nl~,',by ~e~. 17 A pr~@r~ w}th 11. of Dekota spe~, chances and Me:clean f~'k ~'~ces wiM ~d~l~w ~he cHrmer. one away to W~be, ux, TUe~lay nigAt, Feb. 9, on the W@~a~x cottrt i,n an overtime. The :~i~i score v~as 60 to 59. ~Beedh led by 7 at the I,~a.~ and then 91oW1y 1~ad their lead .~ck- ed a~ ay and lost in hhe ~inal seconds of ,the ove~ime. NDEA Meeting At Belfield Feb. 19 ~a~tion~. Dan~ dinner served at A mee~g o~ ~he ,~l~gs ~l.k)wed by an a~y~noon enmity looal NDEA w~ be hel4} w~ch w$11 feature as in ~he ~ield Pr~l ~e~: Lel~oy Johrmon, sugL dhurch basemen On F~Y eve, d~ the He~z~gex St~i~; Me1 Feb. 19~h at 7:30. Iv-eing Iverson :Ig~i~ke/de, extension ~r~ .Of the state NDEA will be there. NDAC. FA~ o address ~he g~ou~. All county te~l~e~ are urged ~o be ~rese,at as ~L ami o~er will be ex- l ained end dlsc TO ~ONI~RENL~ IN SON " ] {Da Je,m e tzen- buliler, f~llter of Ma, s. ~Be~ty C~aN~tensen Of Beacah, were held m Dickinson on Moncta,Feb. 1, st. s tic a~d in~'nen~ followed in "St. Scouts Mark 50th Anniversary ed both as a Represer~ative and a Sermtor in New Mexmo, w~ere ~W x. I-~tzer~bu~ler was a resi- de~ of P~tl~nd, Ore ,and pass- od ~a:y there on Wednesday, San. 27, 1960, after a hea~ ~t- SI/egelberg and DO] ren le, ami Ad u- ~-,t, respectively, of the Harley Jk~ph~s Cemotery there. Sa~lzn~n~Ba~ls Am. Legion Post are p~annin,g to attend the P~t Officers Midwinter C~nf. to be held ~Fob, 14-16, ~t $,ames- town. Rex Sixm-~mns and Fr~k Cack, after a few days ilLlness. He I~ippley are also plarming to at- is su~ved by his wife (Hero, i- tend the oorfferea~ce. and son P~lah H~tzenlbuh~ler, State and N, atiomal Am. Legion rest- BEP-C~H OIR$1~F~ ROUT BEIFIELD GP.ADERS ~en Bea~'s 7t~ and 8th grade team w~nt to play Bel~ield on their own court Thura:tay, Feb. 4. tlhey name off with a ~ietory in the regttl, ar g~ne and ~Mso one for the jl~nior 7~ and 8t~h graders. In the preliminary gam%e lthe sinai/or ~aders fPom Beadh w~yn 33 to 23. LitVle Northrop had a ,big ni~t, '~cori~g 16 points. In the re~ game, D. Bares of Bead% led his team to a 26.2o ~ictory by aocou~tir~g for 11 of the poin s. On Feb. 11 the graders fman ~vac~ go to ~lendive to l~ay lhe Savred Heart grade~s. $~de temh is getti~ in a lot of garaes arml is ~avw~g up :~a~ly well, Si~ould be.so~r~ m~teri~ tbr ~ Var~ty ing from ~ ranks in a few yeal~. TAX AUDITOR N ~DORA FEB. 23 J. A2~ur Engen, Tax Commis- ~ioner for the State of No~ Da- kota, ad, 4ses t~a~ [IV~artin 'I~mmp- son, Income Tax Fie~d AuzgYmr, wiM be in Medova at the court- ~touse, Tuesday, February 23rd from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. Mr. "l~p~on ~i~l assist ,~axpayers Official Poster for Boy S~outs' 50 Year Celebration he served ~or a nuzr~ber 'of years, prior ,to coming to this com~un- i%y. H~ sons Wallace and Don- ,ald. ~ coP~t~nue their ranching here on the properw wh, ich was ~orme~iy known ~t the Old T. D. l~anch. ~Mrs. H,M I and dau~h, ter, Mar- t/ha Lou acoor~!manied the Wal- lace H, al/s to t~eir home near bidney, M, ont after the serv/ees, f w'here they will remain for an l indefini)te visit. 2 daugh- len, gth 'ters, w~to had assisted in oaring for Mr. Hal/ i,n his last illness, le4t last Saturday to return to l their homes in New Mexico. Beoause I~. H, aH cottld always see 'the good in aH his fel~low- men, he made and kept raore 0~an an orcHrmry number of friends, being so~Jy spoken, de- pen4able and helpful at all times. NOTICE ,Several people Nave asked how they can ~o~Im~bt~te to the ,Mmu~ of E~mes. Clmcks may be m~le payable ~ ,the M~r~ of Dimes and marled to ~t~er Co. Oo.C2m~vtnatr ~:~u{l A. L0~, or Tre~a~rer W~z~. W, Eichth