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THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1961 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. D 1 The Fryburg News , tYour Legislature Mr. ahd Mrs. Coy Ceperly and Verne King served the refre, h- I (The House) A. R. Miller Shirley were Sun. evening guests ments. ' ] M. CI Tescher J{ecent visitors at the H. H. i at ,the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hafstrom: ::ome in Riverside  Lawr(.nce Bowman Clayton Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Matteson Calif. included Mr. and Mrs. Bud There are more mgns each day entertained guests 'Sat. evening Oberg eft'Washington, D. C., Bud that the honeymoon between the in honor of their son Rob)ie's Ecklund, Fullerton, Calif. and his two parties is over. This makes 7th birthday. Those present in- m0th: MrSJ T. G. Ecklund, Se: for more interesting debates on eluded Grandma and Grandpa attle, 'Win, Mr. and Mrs. Walter the floor and occasionally temp- lIatteson, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Cameror, Junction City, ,Kansas ers become short. are becoming a serious problem The grasshopper control bill went down to defeat in the tIouse as many of the ranchers or those who own grassland would have no protection from the heavy cost of spraying sec- tions of such land. A bill in the Senate for the control of grass- hoppers is still alive. The more controversial bills 'have been held back for more and! longer hearings in the commit- tees, but now they will be out and family motored to Watford City on Sunday where they vis- ited their daughter, Mrs. Bennie! Holt and family. They also made t the acquaintance of their new I granddaughter. 'Roger Newton and Earl Jou- bert motored to .Bismarck Thurs. where they transacted business. Mrs. Marvin Ingman, who sub- Ingman and son, Mr. and ll&'s. J and ,LaVeene ,Brown Jr. of Los This past week the JHouse kill- Harry CouRer, Cindy and Twila, Angeles. o o ed the bill under which the Gov- on the floor of the House and x and Mrs Coy Ceoerly andl Mrs;, Agaes D. Lynn wire oI t rnnr' Rtffr und nf .10 million some not arguments are certain ' - .... - er d ............ ....... " ............ Shirley and Mr and rs lltle lateH N /ynrb torm e-[xtra,,lrl h=w hi, on ,,r=ta,t i* to result _ '. M . Ear . , ..... . .......................... Patrickus of Wood Lake, Minn. I it= and :pubhher of the "ry-] party wanted to take the increase OR--/ ....... burg Pioneer,, makes her home .... Mr. and Mrs. Earl Jouhert en-] .... ....... [in the oil tax and put It away LI1TIIERAN CHURC I d " wire ner taugnter, margaret - tertame the following guests at ,. :,-  ....  -,;a a,;,,, for future use when times were ltev "Xlton Johns(m P'tsto'" I rlamnton in rana 11.,., ,,,,-, - ...... ' ' a turkey dlnrmr on Sunday: Mr ...... , : . ..... ?.'':" bad The Repubhcan ,Party FRIDAY W, ORLD DAY OF  ,vlrs. ii.,ynn Will celebrate her  ' , and Mrs. W. C. ttoward, Wlbaux .... ., ..  .... members are not sold on the BRAYlgR ! olrtflaay on lvlarcn l'n. " . Mont., Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bold, , ,,,a ,,  ..... a ,t,,. creating ef large buffer funds 7 30 u.m. Union Service at the G endive, Mont., Mr. and Mrs. ,e -, .... ,,-, .... a h, , h, whmh tend to become slush funds Lutheran Church. Sponsored by Ezra J, oubert and Mrs. Anna Carl- - -s ...... y ...... , ......... with ever de artment and ev- , so Aber ........ attended the inaugural ball at Y . p . . [ the Women s Organlzatmns. n, seen, b. o. iwrs. arrson Bismar k ........ ery orgamzea group stopping at,UNDAY , c . ney were zearurea in . . , m Mrs. Ezra Joubert s smter, a ic ....  " I them Their plan m to use the l 8 30 am Worship p ture taken uy me e'rgo . ' . . I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Gawryluk Forum Mrs. Markow will be re- increases in the oil revenues to 9:30 a.m. Sunday school membered as Ruth Martin, dau- help in avoiding an increase in 7:30 p.m. Adult Study Group ghter of Mr. and Mrs E. E. Mar- tin of Fairview, Mont. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Matteson and Verne King were amon those who attended the Chamber of Commerce banquet at ,Belfield Monday evening. Ray .Douglas of the 'Dickinson Experiment Station was the featured speak- mitted to major surgery Satur- er. 100 persons attended day a.m. at the ,Dickinson hos- Mrs. Emil Strand is slightly pital is getting along fine. Be- under the weather with an atack sides members of her family who'l of phlebitis. The Strands live in have visited her, Mrs. Ruth Da-ione of the housekeeping units at= vis has pent many hours at her i the :Parkway Motel. bedside. Friends wish her a .......... speedy recovery. [MISSING CREAM CAN " Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell of MYSTERY SOLVED[ Beach had the followingg'uests ' :Its happened before, and it I r " " on Sun: The Bill Urban family P obably will agamthe myster- of ,New England, Mr. and Mrs. iously missing cream can and Dan Brennan and LaWanna, Mrs.!check of Fred McManigal was Johanna Reul, Mrs. Laudie Pro-! solved completely here, when it civ and baby Debbie of Belfield  turned out that Mr. McManigal and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Bohn and had picked up the wrong can at family of Sentinel Butte. This'/the Beach depot & took it home, was a reunion of the Brennan not noticing that it belonged to sisters as Mrs. Urban will be re-i ttubert Miehels. membered as Ellen 'Brennan, l Of course Mr MicheIs got the Mrs. Campbell as Betty, Mrs.' check for it, and as he had not Prociv as Ida and Mrs. Bohn as'shipped any cream at that time, Thelma. he thought it must have been in- Mrs. Laudie Prociv and baby tended for his relative, Frank spent a few days at the home Michels, and gave the check to of her father Dave Brennan and him, as ,Frank ships cream out also. visited her brother Dan and several times each week. The family, latter didn't discover that it Mrs. May Olsen of Belfield was wasn't his, until the real own- a d,mner gugest at the Earl Jou- er 0f.ghe:cream can, Hubert Mi- Deft home Friday.. Mrs.. ao.ub.ert, .hels, was revealed. Anyhow, the WhO has een quite fll is m- cheek. :eventually reached the proving in health and is now able owner of the contents of the to enjoy letter writing, reading can, and the can was returned! {rod sewing. She has a girl WhO -- helps with housework and cook- FOR SAI -- Argu C- Match- ing. '' atic with light meter, 2-pc. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bowen were ' case, 'flash attament, and 100 in Dickinson on Thurs. where mm telephoto lens, slightly Ray had a checkup at the clinic, used New $114.45---Will sell Shirley Ceperly was the guest for $95. Phone 87 2-4270, Paul of honor Wed., ,Feb. 8 when her .Johnson, Beach, N. D. 20. tp mother entertained a few friends : and relatives in honor of Shir- ley's birthday. Those present ',nO]l '  -- were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Coulter DIII mS bounty and daughters, Earl Patrickus, , _  " and Mrs. and Mrs. Boyd Mette- .... ]ltf111OlllP son and family, avaaa The Presbyterian Women's ' A Conttnuatlon o - ' BADLAIq'DS OOVqrBOY" Assn. held ltS Feb. meeting on Establlshted  I Thurs. p.m. "Rev. ,Robert Conklin aLICe- L. O, anamg r WAL'I'gR R. BITTON gave the lesson on Psalms. Mrs.. I tor - Publt .Norma ,Newton, pres., was m [ SubrtpUon: $1.50 per year in advaxam charge of the meeting..Guests aterl m the Po Offleo  Mlor, i,h,daa- lr ',ad lh-lt ,,, IBUlings County, North Dak, Feb- L" .... "2"_ ..... "" ....  ':-', ...... I mary IS, 1934, u eeond ela matt stay aowen, vrs. treari rown- l OeUd Newspaper of the k told Mrv '_,,r,mn Mr i_u_Immag, S.tate of North D. an ra Foster and Mrs Ed Bry. Mrs | under the Act of March , IS'I For Sale RAILROAD 00TIES Delivered to your place $250 16 foot Corral Poles,..:,: :: .... 90 LLOYD WE'|NREIS PHONE JU 2-$668 GOLVA, N. DAIL , , , , ,,:, :l ] .... ...:...: ............ ..................... .... ............. ,_ .................................................................... ................. :. ........... ........... .._..a Water well easing, 2" 8" Also pipe of all sizes Discount for q.iilo I CAI JIM BROWN - Tit 2-82-28 or All pipe can be seen at the Ernest Wo- jalm farm 3 miles'@d',0fBeach. :Also at Win. Sylvester's Garage in Medora. the taxes on property. After a lengthy discussion the House voted heavily in favor of requiring a license of the bottle clubs or key clubs that are spread- ing throughout our State. Pres- ently they have no regulation at all and in the larger cities they TtIDRSDAY . _..:e I 4 p.m., St. Confirmation 5 p.m., Jr. Confirmation. Rep. Hjalmer C. Nygaard re- gresmen who are wearing llh 7:30 p.m. Lenten services with ceives a Boy Scout badge from badges in celebration of the 15{ Cub Scout Dennis Ford Gwinn, anniversary of the ;Boy Scouts 0/{ movie: "The Upper Room" I " e 8:30 p.m. Luther League with 9, of Seabrook, Md., grandson of America chartered by Congre$ movie: "Trail Blazing in New. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Ford of Far- in 1916. Guinea". go. Nygaard is one of many Con-i - I I " " TEAM BASK TBALL " i ' I i ' SPONSORED BY B EN EACH HIGH LETTERM -___ [st round - 1st game, l0 ram.- 2nd game, ll a.m. o00ship d game, 7:45 p Champi round- 1st game, 6:30 p,m.- 2n ==-= ADMISSION: Students 25c Adults 50e " i .. 0000.AVn *, i I Game 1- I0 a.m. BELFIELD : GLENDIVE Game 2- 11 a.m. SENTINEL Winner Game 1 Game 4 7:45 p.m. Winner Game 2 Championship Loser Game 1 TROPHY WILL BE AWARDED TO THE PLACE .... ,: ; , !:;: