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The Billings County Pioneer VOLUME XXXV MEDORA RILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA ZONING ORDINANCES WILL BE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 25, 1960 NUMBER 39 Rites Accorded “Collins” Sentenced iL. Dickerson Rites ! ‘ 5T0 3 'To 5 Years iIn Minneapolis Sarne BCCk O C “Lee Collim", a resident of the Services for Leo E. Dickerson,‘DleS lBeaoh jail recently, was taken who died Wednesday, Feb. 17. y . . . . . .‘ .‘ Funeral services for Carrie Charles Eugene Winkl-eman, 0! Adoption of local wrung and “B” Team Tourne lrto the state penitentiaryat 815- in a Mimieapolis Hospital, were Beck‘ Belfieqd housmflfe’ were Rem ,N. flak” a retired flank one of sea, B h F b 2, y aim: teasing, his, :2 we we. 2 the er of the mm we gfécefizgel’l‘: Delifsgarztlgg,’ t €30 e . lsemenced “by Judge' Harvey J. Mmfleapoms, with buri al in bake_ held Presbyterian dhurdh with away at his home Tuesday, Feb. ,WW. 1.... mm... .M. “WNMWWV _. v l i l NECESSARY AT MEDORA . ,memibers of the -Medora Res-l 39301} high Sdhool- 11}. conl‘unc‘ torati'on Commissidn agreed on Won With mile Beadh 5091001 grid”; I‘Lettermen’s Oluib Will host a; 1:33 commission, set up as a B. Team basketball tournament result of a resolution adopted by to ‘be held at ‘the 363011 h'lglh the 1959 Legistature, is seeking sdhool gym on Sat. Feb. 27. 0 ways to restore and salvage the.E 'me 3 Sqwad teams fI‘Om Bel- ciiy's aspect of Teddy Roosevelt held, Sent. 'Bu'tte Beadh. along and Marquis de Mares days. Wlbh .the Freshmen team 015 Ill. is ,beleived thlat Medora, sit—‘ Glendflve high W111 make up the. uated as it will be on a major mum'am'em te‘afl'n‘s- l interstate highway, can quickly The .ffl‘s't Found 015 f21163 tom". toe-dome one of tithe most import-' 1193’ W111 g€t underway Saturday ant tourist attractions in Amer—l mowing, Feb. 27, at 11 a.m. With ica, stopping scores of thousands Semmel Blithe: Wh’O Ijeplaces of travelers each year EW‘ibauk, and Beach squaring off. meam Eidhhorst, Medom'lmmediately followmg the first Village attorney and a member game Belfie‘ld Will meet Glen- of the commission, said he would, (“‘13 ‘ draw up suggested zoning and Loaoh Jessen‘ informed the building ordinances immediate- News that, The Wilbaux team “vi/1L1: 1.), and submit them to the 00m- rdrcw because of an epidemic or1 {mission for suggestions, tSioarletina and Scarlet Fever 1112 (He said he anticipated ir’hati‘l‘hat Community. f :Medora townspeople will sup-g The championship round starts port the measures. [at 6:45 Saturday evening, pitting The commission will meet in: the two losers of the day games Medora at 1:30 p.m., April 8th‘ against each other. At 8:30 pm. and probatb‘ly give its stamp of the winners will meet for the‘ approval to ordinance dra-f‘tzs. ichamprionship. The first place A question arose as to wheth< team will be awarded a trophy, er state law has a provision The Beach high school band Will which may be applied specific-ah play at the evening session. Ad- ly to historic sites or areas, in] mission prices are for the af- zsninlg ordlimmces. if till. does't ternoon session—students 25c 8: not, legislative action may be. adults 50c and the evening ses-, necessary to cover Medora zon-l Siam—students 35c & adults 60c,- ing needs. Everyone is welcome. t The zoning law would talkehin~i — ‘ to consideration resent "and 'is-’B L0 0 0 , .toric uses of in? land and pro—l 1108 SC “6 i, tect against ‘thionky-tonlk” type ' or encroeidlnnentts which woullewo This Week depreciate Historic values and, ' 'Ilhe Waitford City Wolves eds reduce the attractiveness of the village to linson policeman, and which was ing at 3:00, the losers of 1 Miller at Dickinson to a term of wood Cemetery there. A native 3 to 5 years, for burglariziing of Richland County, 111., Mr. Walt Sdhweigerts Super Valu Dickerson operated elevators in stroe in Beach the night of Jan Beach, Golden and Carlyle sever- 27. when he took «a large quaanti- a1 years ago, and was later em- ty of cigarettes and other tobac- played as a representative of the co prod/acts. [Atwood—Larson Co, «as a director, Collins admitted at his trial and vice-President and was a mat his real name was Robertidirector of the Ada Grain Co., Murplhy and that the was orig- at Ad'a' Min“- ' inalle from Grand Forks. i iHe plead-ed guilty to the Beach gh‘urdh Of The Good Shepard’ burglary charge. and said that 1.“ anealp 0115’ he belonged to he had 11V ed recenle in “he the Masonic Lodge of Beach, the ~ Scottish Rite, and Zuhra‘h Temp— statcs of Win. and Ore. Federal I -, . . .. . . p 7e. He 13 vsurwved by his Wife authorities also investigated the Anna a n and 9 d ‘ht i truck that Murphy was driving O ' “' aug ers‘ ‘ \ fl , , . IMr. Dickerson often called on: when he was alrested by Dmk' friends in Beach, where he was very well. liked. l reportedly stolen at Glendive. Dist. Tourney diedora Has Berth Dates March 3_5 éIn Dist. Tourney This Tuesday afternoon, draw-‘, A win on Saturday, Feb. 20 ings for the Dist. 15 Class “B’Ualt Scott gym in Dickinson over Tournament were set; they will'stihe Fryburg Cats assured Medvora the March 3. 4 and 5, at Scott‘of a berth in the Dist. Tourna- Gym in Dickinson. ment. The Longhorn-s coasted to ’llliursdsay evening, Mar. 3, Bel-ia~n easy ‘56 to 39 win, leading field will meet Campus, the at all quarters. game to start at 7 pm. At 8:30 Bird was high scorer for the p.m., Halliday will play mmdeer, winners of the game with 28 Friday at 7 pm, Watford citywims, while Murray had 9 and will play the winner of the Bel-*V'amnlg had 7- F01” ‘F‘I'ylburgl field—Campus game, and the Klein had 13 points and Beach Burs will meet thenv‘inner Gtalwrylwk' made 12. of the Halliday-olfiitlldeéf- game V'Ihlis ‘was actually the first at 8:30 pm. round of play in the District 16 On Saturday afiternoon, start-'Wmey as the losers were elitm— games {from further competition. 1 and 2 will meet for consonationq Mediora goes into the second honors. Starting at 7:00'-- pm; mum tonight (Thursday) at A member of the Lutheran‘. Rev. K. WIitley of Dickinson offi~ ciating. Interment was in the Be‘lfield cemetery. JMrs. Theo. Barrow was the organist and special music was ‘by Mrs. Eleanor Johnson. iMrs. Beck died at St. Joseph’s hospital Sun, Feb. 7 at 7 a.m. She had been hospitalized for 2; weeks. She was born Mardh 6, 1874 in Medp toWnship, Blue Flarth Minn, to John and Eliza Ddlan Ward. In 1896 she married 'Wlil- liam Egly. He died in 1902. 3 years later she married Ghrist-‘ ian Beck. l ‘Mrs. Beck, in 1907, settled on} a farm south of Belfiield and lily»; ,ed there until 17 years ago when she retired into Belfield. , Survivors include her thus—l band, 7 children, a brother, 24 grandchildren and 21 greatgrand- children. i Children are: Mrs. Jesse Bell,1 Rock‘away, Ore, J’crirn E-gly, Eel—i field; Mrs. James Campbell, Sid—E ney. Mont. Ward Beck, Great! Falls. Mont, Mrs. Edward Beak Pipestone, Minn, M’rs. Geo. Jen—l son, Seattle, Wn., and Eldridge! Beck, Penfie’ld, N. Y. Her broth-I er, Leonard Ward resides in Or-‘ landc, F‘la. ‘ She was a life member of the Ladies Society of the Preslbyiter-l‘ ian church, lBe'lfiel'd. t Schedule Local i F arm Meetings A series of farm meetings to We buildings there when the five 54.52 in a sudden death play for 3nd and 4th pliaca 1mg ."fi'ié' Gladstone team. This game 1959 is PlaYmE‘d 501‘ March 2, 4 Rough Rider President named game at Wattord City Friday near Medora and when the Mnr- evening, qu‘is ‘19 More's (bum M's Chateau This 38:11de Conference vic— still stand. itory brought the Wolves confer— ence record to 8-3 while Beach MfSe D. Idlx’llxlfiedggheg :2: 3i see-saw af— S dd 1 fair thmu-ghourtmalll quarters with a 48—48 tie at e end of the 4th u y lquarter and a 52-52 tie in the ‘first overtime. Jim Van Dyke netted a bucket from the field in the sudden death overtime to secure the game for Waltford. ,‘Giary «K'nutson netted '16 points A heart attack claimed the life of Mrs. D. L. (Stella) ‘Kukowski of Beach on Thursday, Feb. 18, 1960, at her homewat 152.230 a.m., t \ dhampionship game will get urn-t will begin at 8:30 13.11). derway at 8:30 pm. The Belfield [band will play " v ,' Thursday, the Beach band will H1 EqUIVo entertain on Friday, and the, l Waitrord City band will play on! g Saturday. Admission will be S 5 6 ‘ for students, and $1 for adults ati State High Exams for the and 5. Topics to be discussed will include the 1959 AC? program, wheat allotments, the Great and Wild. Oat Control. T 'Ilhose taking part in the meet-l ings will include SCS tedhni-f cians, County NSC Committee,‘ 16, 1960, at 8 a.m. of a heart con- dition. He had been ill about two weeks. Funeral services were conduct- ed on Friday, Feb. 19, at p.m. at the Methodist dhurdh in Beach with Rev. Kenneth Wise, of Wi- baux ofiticiaiting, Rev. Marvin Buck assisting. Special music was fiurnidied by Mrs. Kay Lynin, who sang CHARLES MN-KLEMAN “Sunrise” arid ‘Saved by Grace". accompanied on the organ by Mrs. Orrin He‘ll, both of Wtilbaux. Pallbearers were P. J. Sdiililo. Ray Zins‘li, Aidin' Miller, Albert Jwinson, Forast Gouda and Geo. Gridifi‘tth. Honorary pallbearers were (11.33. Steele, Ed Sherman, lfi‘ank Knudsen, Sumo‘ n Hezekiah, Wilbur Mae. Den Stocimwell, Earl Baker, Edward Watkins, and tReuiben 'Aimunrud . He was lged out the Beach basketball losers of games 3 and 4 win 8w“ gym in Dickinson against dismiss agvi'wltuml Imam for interred in the Beach Cemetery- iMr. Winkleman was. horn on Dec. 18, 1873 at Lacy, Mdbaslca County, lows, He attended sdiool at Lacy and at the age of 18 iPlains Program, Seed Standardsmoved mo Kmxviilie, Iowa, with his parents, where he lived tier 9 years. During this time he be- came an active and devoted member of the Christian dhumh. 3“ evening games- Saturday af- School Equivalency diploma wmian‘d Walt M‘a‘WSOn- The schedule Later he attended Des Maine-s temoon Prices W’m be 259 and be given at the State Teachers 90c only. College in Dickinson, Room 307, on Friday [and Saturday, March f will «begin at 1 p.1m..v is set up as follows: i Wednesday, March 2, Sentinel Buttte community hall at 1:30‘ p.m.' . l Friday, March 4, Golva VFW hall at 1:30 p.m. l College wthere the ‘beoame a tel- egrapher and worked for some time at this profession. From there [he went to Pueblo, Colo, “(Cont on page 5) aifiter an illness of about two hours. Funeral services Were head on Monday. Feb. 22. at 10 amt, 6A St. John's Catholic church, 1501' the Watford City 3" Wolves, and Hardy of Beach rounded up I limemptw at 5:30 pm. on Fri- 21 points to be the high scorer of the evening, fiollowed by De- Friday, March 5. They will be, ,day‘ and will resume at a.mfl John ‘Reu'l, age 85, retired on Saturday, lasting until all: ifia'rmer living in Billings oountytcandida‘te‘s have completed theI saturciay, Mardh 5, Be oh at, the courthouse, 1:30 p.11: tPetty Burglaries You are invited “to attend the GOIYa'Sent. Butte meeting of your dhoice. Free: i with Rev Gerard Finnegan, Das- Tenancour with 17. sowmwwt of Rama” died atlteggsv The fee is $10 4901“? Wm be, served at each Late Lam weanes‘day night” vtor, Otfifiiuiiatmg. BUCS ROMP OVER CAMPUS ,Anyone wishing so take theg i g meeting. Feb. 17, the Hogdboom service St. Joseph‘s hospital Feb. 20 af- “ ,. e . - , ,t Pallbearers included Joe Ku— Tlhe Beadh ramped over itep being hospitalized for eight ems must be on hand prompt. wiyzlslgleviegé’rllfdat Scintinel'Butt: dgerailzgltlg eGglng Mowsk’i, jr.., Edgar Knieowskr. the campus high Braves 68 to days. to st 1 pm, Friday, March 5. ' 6mg,” 9,, e ‘30,, moms“ ° were no ken in'to Laurence 'Kukowski, Harry Ku- 53 In a Bamdlands Conference {Funeral sewices were Iheld ..__ PP 00W 1‘ Shams . game at Dickinson Monday eve. ‘Tlhe Bucs now lira-.1" a conference record of 10—4. Beach led at all quarter stops. The first half of the game was graist and each team threw away ia lot of passes. The Bucs hit :31pointsandAfl Hiardygotm. Jim Klein of the Braves scor- St. Bemard’s Catholic church, in Bert Belfiield and Fr. 'Ilheo. R-oessler animated. , i Funeral arrangements were by Wed” vPriceaLisskio Funeral home. ed 19 points. r Open House For [The Henry Davis’ A surpme open house was held wheat Was seeded for harvest a for Mr. and Mrs. Henry gnavis grain in 1E5? and for whidl at 10 a.m. Tuesday, Feb. 23 in Funeral services v-witll be held ’ tor Bert Sperry of Beach on . , , ren in Beach. Mr. Slperry‘ succumbed- at his home Tuesday e 1 r 1 night, utter a long illness, of a The A80 county ofifiicie is no heart ailment. c in; wheat allotment appliw M cigars for certain farms. A pro- Talent Show ducer who intends to seed wheat for 1960 on a farm on which no Sunday, MarCh Oollberg, ex. entomologist. chemicals for 1960, by Wayne' This should be of special in terest to many in the Sentinel Butte area was the grasshopper egg counts this fall show a con siderable acreage in the area In N. P. Hospital -- Tlhe many friends of Mrs. ,Howard Wen'berg will be glad to learn that she was to be re- leased from the N. P. hospital at Gilensdi've the latter part of} this week, after recovering from surgery very .satisfiaotorily. Mrsl float and shoe tracks outside the Hogdboom station indicated that the burglars gained entrance 'by forcing a window, then break~ ing a "00 ‘let themselves into the grease room, going into the ofifice where they stole a .60, uh firs. hm Wm- th wthere coimts indicate a possible ‘few packages of cigarettes and ‘BrZZIelsn mile 43% f 1e 6' w t uh y, "1). 1191350: t2; 2BID-131%..,prcyblem this coming year, a boxcf candy. l’law offic. z- A ~ ‘ . a} l r _ Y, i , i (Ke y Kr finger m 1 i e Emme “33 m e ials think the samfi parties were the ones who visited Eddieis at}; Goluagud‘rere theyfdiorced a win- dow open. on thei west side to get in, robbed the pop ma- chine. " Return From Trip -— Mr. and Mrs. “Stub” Noyes Alt a T963“ meeting at the Wenberg plans to stay a few days returned to their home in Beach . Gm' VFW Post it, was decided with her sister who Lives at a week ago Wednesday fimm a in honor of their 25th.we‘ 1958 and 1959 was not to hold "the Talent'Show at a Gamive, 0,, 6,, the home at an‘mon-uns mp no points in can, . anniversary IEl't their home, in “th’hed' 1mspe°twe 0’ Whe‘ later data than what was tenta~ 01d {fiend were before fetum-‘0re. and Wn., where they visit- .i.. or...“ Mews.” .14 so,” “comm” New” I. a... View. wwmvli-iw Wivpr Nae—MW ID. to K'U'KOWSK'I Fryburg on Sunday, Feb. 21st. filer 01' “0t Wheai, W3? 599d“ bivefly planned. The Talent Show Approximately 75 guests were for harvest ‘15 3mm 1“ 913‘“ will now be held on Sun. Miamh may tKukowski and Ed- present to honor them. A four- 1959 01' 1959' and Wh° desire“ t“ 27, at’rccolva, and will again in- ward Kirkiowslfii. Intennent fiol— tiered wedding cake, made by lowed in St. John’s Cemetery, at Mrs. Marvin Ingman, am deem- Beach, iv. D. A111 placeslat-ed 'by Mrs. Boyd ‘Mabteson {in the city at Beach closed during normed the centerpiece for the the hour of the Services. ~ ,refredhment.’ table. Mrs. ‘v ‘ Mas. are'mgman cut, and served the cake nefuhm,wm , Gong; vaney Co_ and Mrs. Andy Lindbo and Mrs. be considered for an allotmen elude ‘2 age groups- must make application for an n Anyone desiring to take part aqum’fPti. f r ,1 in the show is asked to con- 'pplca ion orms .are avai - tact James Kama er‘ able in: the ASC} county office g for use in filing a request for an SQUARE DANCE AT allotment. The producer must op LEGION HALL SAT. C ., . r We L KM- Max Bauer poured coffea As_ ply in writing by March 1, 1960 There will be a square dance .koweki, three children, Edmund, sistng with the serving were momma, and Margaret, an oigKlaren lumen. Mrs. poyd Mat- -Beaoh, 7 grandchildren, 3 siStersWeson and Mrs. Marvin Lngman. and 4 brothers, Miss Blondie C- W- OMS presvded at the Losinsikii Mlt. Herein, Wise, Mrs.;’g‘l‘fi «table and had charge of the Gladys i’Schaink, St. Paul, Minnn’guest book. These attending were Mrs. Roy Ullbreoh, Trenmeoleau,jfi‘m?1 mogai ‘Di'Ckian: Mediom, Lawrence and Edmund Belfiie‘ld and Frytburg. Greetings wingski, both of Dodge‘ Wisci’iand well wishes were all-so receiv- Ttheodore Racine, Wise, «ed, from V’al‘ley Cilth 33513313 and sag kaj' Georgetown, Minn. and Portlnd. Ore. Minn, and mother, Mrs. Stan- ley Losinski, Dodge, wise, ‘Once Rocky Butte Born March 30, 1896 at Wino ' ' na, Mism, Mrs. 'Kuloowski attend- ReSldent Dles ed the flame State Normal Gust Erdimranm of Ash'land, School, and graduated from the who termed in «the Rocky Winona State Teachers College, Butte community :in this area, pursuing (the teaching profession died the first week :in leb., ac- es a member of jammy of cording Ito word from Mrs. Em- ajurazl animals tin and of ma Woj‘slhn. this niece. who is JW-hflgh in Wise, now in Denver. Colo. The term ‘bdlmw to Zepp, and Beadx.Mr.Erdmami,iisedtoown,mw at the Beach Legion Hall this “Saturday, Feb. 2’7, with Morris Douglas the caller. It will get underway at 8 p.m., and will be followed by a potluck lunch. mMen 1 At the immunization clinic: Valley Varieties March 6 At Golva 'Ilhe Gidlva PTA met on Feb. 10 at the Gotlva Stfliuool with Founder’s Day being the theme for the meeting. Mrs. Jerry Cury here Ilast month, several people! presented a short program. Mrststarted stheir series of shots tori Jean Hammond then gave a verlePT and polio. Since there Won’t interesting talk on Handwriting the another public clinic againf Analysis which kept everyone until dall,’ you should go to your; intrigued. doctor to continue your series. l Plans for the Valley Varieties, Recommendations for DPT are a variety Show to «be presented three shots, one month apart. :by the Golva PTA were complet- Those that received their first ed at this meeting. This show,shot in January are now due for will be at the Golva Mnithejr one and the third Hall on Sunday evening, March Md, they received the end of 6. “the Show will include musicJMande“ -* comedy, a one-act play and a indies-dams. Advmioe were nematode: and many of ‘ ‘ ing to her home in this city“ [ed relatives and friends. Wrapped ‘Around "if i The photo «above was taken A Telephone Pole WW- , . snow about/9:30 a.m. Feb. 17, If your,er your first po- by ‘Don Matejcetk on highway and mud: Allie telephone pole ' ,, ts Mat tune, you are all- No. 10 next to the Westgnte Mio- nexlt to, the car. “_§oWM.Wseoond one tel in my be seen Mrs. received: «stew _, “ink may? 'be received ' piner the no .. ‘ 3.5» mat“! thrhw- part are now; , entice in seven *' She oar. s5 gleamdrirven by he , ,, ,.,ei~m= , it; .a tun-fined». millet? the "next public ’anar Swanson of“ may. bum in In W 1:23" ‘ (Photo byDonthejook) March 8th. v nerd-mm Want a Wt MAM“