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i, , } . THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1961 The Week Around Medora Mr..and Mrs. Otto Oukrop of ismarck called on Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Christensen at the Custer Trail anch on Sunday afternoon. Word was reoeived of the death of L. O. Havnvik at his home in Belfield on Monday nite. Lillian Van Doren, accompa- nied by Carol MdBride and ]ua- nita Organ drove to Glendive to visit Mrs. Ellen Oerhout. Mrs. Osterhout is rapidly regaining ) The Billings County Local ND- ,IgA will meet at Pete's Cafe in Belf/el! on ;Feb. 24 at 7:30 p.m. Mis ,Lnette iDutchuk, clerk in the Reg. of Deeds office, is very ill With tonsilitis and was unable to return to work this week. Mrs. Earl 'Bird took Mr. and Mrs..Lars Vanvig to Beach to the hospital on Monday where Lars was admibted to the Beach hosp. for reatment of a very bad cold, ['HE BILLINGS COUNTY I'IO)IEER, MEDORA, N. iAAI* coast for the past month return- Sat. night, it being her birthday.' "'.'n,,, I1O1 First in a series of 5 Lenten ed to Medora on Monday. Cards were enjoyed then a delic- CONGtlEG/VI"IOI.lkL CIIUIICH Messages. Observe Lent by reg- Mrs. Sud Anderson and son, ious lunch was served, Mrs. f I':,t,,. ular church attendance. Bobby, spent the weekend in Schurke brought a pretty birth- !h,  ', . i,,l:,ll } Regent with her mother, Joseph- day cake. I,R:DAY, WC'RLD DAY OF - [ FOR SALE  9 registered Jtwo, ine ,Rousseau. t The Gene Fong family of Dick- PRAYER h year-old Hereford bulls, n- Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tisor were inson were supper guests Sun. 7:30 p.m. Union Service at t e xiety bloodline. Ray Tasker, Beach Shoppers on Sat. night at the Fong home. Lu ,.leran Church. Sponsored by Trotters, N.D. * 24-4tp The Medora basketball team Jack Connell was a Monday the Won'.en's Organizations. j went to Dickinson after school caller at the Einar Fongs. SUNDAY on Mon. to have their pictures The Rutherford baby haa been 1,_.:3 .ZCN, LAY OF LENT taken. !real sick this past week, but is her strength and will be able to return home soon. , Rep. Don Short called on friends in Medora on Sunday. Lynne Marie White invited a number of her little friends to a party on her 7th birthday Sun. The Congregational Choir met at the home of Mrs. J. C. Ras- mussen on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. !Bill Smith from Powers ,Lake are visiting their daughter, Mrs. Milford Vanvig and family in Medora. Mrs Smith entered the Beach hospital for minor surgery on Mond,ay morning. Mrs. Duane Wagner and child- ren of Beach spent the weekend in Medora with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. 'SyIvester. I). L. McLeod purchased two Hollstein cows that were brought by truck from Wisc Arvid Scott Mrs. Bud Anderson and Mrs. improved at this time. LesCer Tisor visited the Dickin-] son Clinic on Monday. I Attend Church On Sunday Mrs."Mary Gilham accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Guy Connell were Sun. visitors at the Einar them to Beach and visited at Fong home. t Th0,cald Velands. Sp'ai'k Trotters from Grassy Mr and Mrs. S. Schurke and] Butte called at the Ted Cornells Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schurke on Sunday evening. ,came and surprised Mrs. Fong Stephen Chase took a truck ..... load of horses to Bismarck to H,,,,, , ,, the ale 0n .Friday and returned z home On Saturday. _ '.--'-------- :Rev. Johnson of the Medora  Lutheran Church showed the l , Martin. Luther picture to mere- /i.... beri0f his oangregation and, / "N'[ gue at the church Sun. nite. [  ] -" M, Pearl Zilsdorf was an ov- I \\; [ errfilt guest at the home aunt, / k, I Mrs:tJames Olinjyk on Satur- \\;  day}light On Sun., Mr. and Mrs. \\; % _,.. Oliy, Mrs ,Iea, rl. Zilsdorf and \\; ''.-_ Mr,, and Mrs. has. Johnson o,  r _ Mirmeapoli all went to Sidney. I .: to Visit Mr and Mrs. Gordon tv!iql  tl l}tUIliilillililitlitil i Smith' On the return trip home IUIIU1iIiII``'IUIIi!`IIIUiIii'iII.``ii,I!!./`!:i!i}:!!i FOR SALE -- 200 square bale;ii!j crested wheat hay, 50 pouncL:i,J 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship [ bales, 50c bale, by bale or ii j Sermon  Christianity  The' stack. Also crested wheat grass only true religion, i seed. Hilmar Conitz, New SI'I| Text  John 1:9 1 era, N.D. * 23-4tp hauled them out to the McLeod ranch on Sat. 'Paul A. Lebo and son, Jon, were in Dickinson on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Reiche of Dickinson spent 'Sunday in Me- dora visiting their daughters, Irs. Gay]ord 'Barnhart and Mrs. 'James Bird. Wm. Sylvester and Peter Hleb- echuk drove to Dickinson Mon. to purchase car repairs for the Wm. Sylvester garage. MI T. ilsdgrf mdt tem at Grassy. ,Wut anc[ bou'ght Mrs. Zilsdort' home: / " I Mrs, StV'Iussy and son Ed- die vee' sho.lbping in Sentinel BU$; n Tueday.. , "Clffm'd Barnharts announce the arrival of Clifford Wiley who was;:boi'n Feb 5 at San Pedro, Ca}i(.i : ,  . , Mrs. Ither Smith of l:he Bill- ings County Abstract Co. who has been'., vaeahonng 'on the west BIJOU THEATRE - BEACH SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2 P. M. ! EVENINGS 7:30 P. M. Thurs., Fri., Sat., Feb, 1-17-13 . , NEVER BEFORE ,eH,,  -- ON THE ' : i ,!:,!i i,,:, , SCREENI STEVE REEVES .CULF.S.A  0 c, All children 3 years and older must have tickets, regular 20c if with an adult and 30c if not. Sun., Mon., Tue,i:iFeb, 19-20-21 % This picture was take-- m Glacier. , National Park in Montana. Due to the many, many inquiries as to when "North To ka" will show--- Meh 2.3-4 BEACH HIDE: & FUR UNDER NEW NAGEMENT  ' ' i' Highest prices paid t allkinds of metal and n, ,, COWHIDES  50!Per pound . RABBITS --: 'fg each STILL B ROTH00ERS Phone TR 2-4496 :: Beth, N. Dak. Also have 125 head of!:sheep for sale. 0; mwmwnl/e / SUNDAY, MONDAY. Tu,SDAY 'FEB. 19-20-21 M}CHA|I,. *JILL DAVID mNm.SImN.IBWIt CLAUDE PERNANDO )WlN I.[N. 151 tEft .. ARL[S B[NNETT THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SAT. F]B. 23-24-25 "UP FRONT" A hilarious service comedy with TOM EVCLL & DAVID WAYNI Sunday matinee' at 2:00 p.m. EVINTNG SHOWS AT 2;30 BROCKMEYER Radio Service 1rhone tt-4l IIACH, NO. D .All. Emerson & Motorola Radios and 'IV. We back our sets wth repair service. BEN HUR FROZEN FOOD CHESTS gASY SPIN-DRIER WASHERS Fishing Supplies Record Players I Records. I I i iiii I GOVERNMENT I SU'PLUS SALES ) NOW aryone can buy DIRF_ T from U,$. GOVT SUR PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your. self or for resle. Cameras, bin-' octflars, cars, Jeeps, trucks, boats,, hardwm, e, office machines and equipment, tan, tools and tens d-tousan& of oer items at a l traction o their original cost. Man" item brmd, new. For ].is hundred at U. S, Government Surplus Depots, heated in every State and overseas wi pam- lIet "How Government Can Shb Direct To You," plu procedures I{OW TO  and how o ge FREE SURPLUS, mail $2.00 to BURPLU  INYRMATIO! SERVICES, P. O. Box No. Wssigton 5, D.C. 2-52tej I I | $29.50 Theatre coat; stellar attraction for the after-dark sophisticate. :Sweeping into the grandest ar- enas with the assured airs of a duchess, today's true high-fash- ion elegance told in superb 100% cotton . . . Brocada. Youthcraft expresses the cape-look via a full back, flowing large collar. Inherent glamour with a flair for the dramatic, an easy pose of elegance, anywhere on the globe. Size 5-17, 6-18. Made with A,R- MO Construction. CLARA'S ..i! !.,iI , :ili I PRICES SLASHED! WATCH EACH WEEK'S SPECIALS Each Week Will Offer Top Quality Used Cars At Terrific Price Reduction! This Week's Special- 1948 Chevrolet 2 ton truck. Good box. Hoist. Excellent Shape. Priced at $945. This Week's Special- 1959 Ford Fairlane Fordor, V8 engine. Overdrive, good tires, excellent cond. Fully guaraned, the buy of a lifetime ONLY $1295 We have what you are looking for in good used cars at prices you can't find anywhere. FROM $299 UP ON THESE. 1957 Chev. V8 Fordor 1955 Ford Station Wagon 1957 Ford V8 Station Wagon 1955 Plymouth fordor 1954 Chev. Bel Air fordor 1955 Mercury Montelaire WE TRADE WE FINANCE BRENGLE'S' Where You Expect A Bargain and Always Get It' t C r( h, t) it rJ v r( t( h a l a e r i i. ( l i l