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THURSDAY, MARCH 15, 1962 THE B1LL!IdGS IX]UN'! t I'ILHdIEK Mn)tJA. , u , The Wee : md Medora Mr. and Mrs. John lt.terson drove to Bismarck where they are Vhe parents of a son, born atended to business mal:ters and March 5t,h" in Wafford City. Mr. visi'{ed ftiends on Frid, ay. Patterson is a Poanger .in ,the MrS. 4Richard Maeder left on North Unit of Theodore Roose- Monday-t0 isit her parents in vel't Ntionat Memorial Park. Witehi,a. Kansas. Bill Robinson returned home Mrs 'tty .Northrop took Mrs. Saturday from Denver, where he !Annie Cdrey to he J0hntone 'has speWc the past two weeks. ,, MenoriaI Hospital in Beach for Louie Pelissier and Mrs. Mary a checkup on'IVaursday. Gilham were Sunday dinner Mr.: anti'Mrs. Steve Kussy went " s ,to Billingn.on the train on Friday .uests at t'he Earl Bird . . ........... rs!evening to vistt their son and Mrs. wm lcnnorst ann m .  . . , ..... i-a er I cmugter-m'taw Mr and Mrs Ears vanvlg spert T o,y a - ,  " " noon in Belfield, here Mrs. Edd Oss. 2hey rOturn.ed on ..... xisi'ed - -ohn "'no tne trm on uneay morning. nnale t Mrs t vatv/i called n]..M: Tras_Olsn...and son: ..... :, ._ , wierte: I am Ii enn olnn caneo mrs. rotny .H'avnvtK. I ," "r " J. J. Eaton went to Fargo on on the Ea 1 Birds on Monday and t evening. the morning bus on FriSay Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Christen- willvaardVistfor aMr'fewanddys.Mrs' H. Ri- sen vec'eived a call from their Miss Paul,a Runnestrand, who d'aughter, Mapilyn (Mrs. ALbert has been visi,tirg her grand,par- Oukrop| O n Tuesday morning to annour, ce " the arrival of their ers, Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rasmus- first granddaug1ter, born to the sen, during Yhe mid-term hvliday, returned to her home in Fargo on Friday. Lillian Van Doren took Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen to Di, ckinson on Thursday to keep an appoint- merit at :he Dickinson Clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roberts 00Mtllllll0000l00lll, ,tl t I00i, ........ All Evening Shows 8:00 P.M. Sunday matinee at 2:00 p.m. SUN. - MaN. , TUES. March 18-19-20 ',tdl00 MERVYii b00OY. Nil) 00OHLMAR THURS. - FRI.- SAT. March 22-23-24  FAIIM LOANS1[ Buy land, livestock--refinance I FREE appraisals fAST service | LAND BANK "A Land Bank Loan is .the Bes! Farm Loan Available" FEDERAL LAND BAN ASSOCIATIONS Dickinson, N. Dak. Box 1032 Tel 1-4-31 Oukr0pg at St. Paul a,t 12:40 on Tuesday morning. 3"%e Chrigten- sons trove four grandsons. ,Mra. Ellen Osterhout, Miss 0aro4 Mcbride and Mary B. Gil- ham attended a Republican mooring a.t Emit Strand's on Sat- urd.ay' evening. 'Mr. Wallace McCaw returned Saturday from Omaha, where he THEATRE BEACH. NORTH DAKOTA NO SHOW ON i ,.VIDNESDAY NIGHTS Ssnday Matinee -- 2:00 All Night Shows -- 7:30 THUR - FBI. - SAT. March 15-16-17 DOUBLE FEATURE OVlO "DT n "The I| and IL/ of Flander' AND JOANN DRU-MARK STL00HS CIIIEMASCO. coto  DE UIXE SUN. - MON. - TUES. March 18-19-20 B t YourlOCal source for highest qual:ty Rubber Stamps at reasonable prices Goldm iValley News I I II |I I .! gational ladies. Services next year will be held at the Medora Lttheran Church. " MEDORA U:CIION CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Roy. C. Lee Biz'dsall, l'astor Sunday, March 18--- Second Sunday in Lent 10:30 a.m. Worship Service Theme: Cros.s - Bearers For Jesus C'hrist. Text: la'lt. 27:32 -- As they came out, they found a man of Cyrene, Simon by name. Him they compelled to bear the cross. MEDORA ] LUTHERAN CHURCH 1 Alton O. Johnson, Pastor SUNDAY t 8:30 a.m. Worship [ 9:30 a.m. Sunday School TUdDAY 7:30 p.m. Lutheran Church Women; Church Council " THURSDAY I 4:15 p.m. Confirmation 7:30 p.m. Lenten Service, with ! Roy. Rosgaard of the WiDaux Lutheran parish speaking. Coffee fellowship a,fter service. Luther League follows the service. To Dickinson'- .................. Mr. ahd Mrs. L. D. McCutchan and daughter, Kay, Beach, wert to Dickinson last Saturday, Mar. 10, Where they visited wit.h Mr McCutchan's mther, Mrs. Mac Leonard. They all re,turned home that same dy. Proud Parents--. Mr. and Mrs. BOb Abernethy, Beach, are t'he proud paren,s o a new baby boy born to them Tuesday, March 6, at the John- stone Memorial Hosgital. The tttle lad weighed 7 lbs. and 10 oz. at birth and has been named Jeffrey Scott. He has one otiaer broVher, Jimmy Bob, and Mrs. Abernethy is the former Sally Quast, daughter of Mrs. Leone Quast, Beach. had spert a week. Mr. Errie Almquist is a patient at Johnstone Memorial Hospial t Beach, where he underwent surgery last week. I Sunday afternoon callers at the : lichard Anderson's were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Nichols from Mondovi, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tisor from Dick,inson. County superintendent Virginia Iffelmaeher and Mrs. Eirmr Fang attended a YCL cornmRtee meeting at the 'home of Mrs. Al- vin Krogh t Fairfield on Ffiday evening. Plans were made for the YCL Oonvertion and play day to be held in Medora on April 27. I Mrs. Minnie IiolCz from Sidney, Mont., arrived in Medora on Fri- day and is visiting her sister-in- law, Mrs. Anna Godfrey. I Mr. and Mrs. Milford Vanvig came in from the ranch to spend the evening wi.ta the Lars Van- vigs on Sunday. i Mrs. Wallace McCaw enter- ta.ined the Park Service Ladies Club on Tuesday niffh, t. ! Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eich'horst i spert Sunday afternoon visiting 't the Wilbur Bailey home in Dickinson. A party to welcome Mrs. ttarry Roberts to this community was held at the Roberts' home on Thursday evening. Mr. Adolph Burkhardt, as presiden, t of the l Community Club, welcomed Mrs. ] ROberts to the community and invited her to join in any or all community affairs. The evening was spent in visiting and a pot luck lun0h was served. The Wo'ld Day o.f Prayer serv- ices, held at t'he Congregational Church, were conducted by Mrs. Lodema Spurgeon and Mrs. Joan WhRe, with members of the Me- dora Lu, theran and Congrega'tion- al ohurches present. There was a very good attendance from both Churches. Following the services lunch yeas served by the Congre- \\; Shining Sweep of SILK and WORSTED The luxury touch, the whisper weight, he radiamt low of silkened worsted! In a salon- smart spring cover-up with shoulders gently arched, sleeves dramatically shortened. Black, navy, gray, bone, green. Sizes 6 to 16. $49.50 CLARA'S Hospital Notes Local Woman i t BIRTHS: A boy, M, arch 8, 1962, State Ho,,- to Mr. and Mrs. Walt Mattson, Vice President ,Be'ch. A girl, March 9, 1962, to i Mr. and Mrs. Harry Begger, Wi- The North Dakota baux. A boy, March 13, 1962, to Council, in the closing !iMr'Beach.and Mrs. Bob Abernothy, its three-day meeting [ SURGtgRYi George Underwood, elected two new Mrs. Alex Beach; George Stull, Beach; E .V. was named vice Almquist, Medora. Mrs. Abert NEW DMISSIONS: Mrs. Frank  secretary. Holdover Kress, Tony Ulrich, Mrs. Lloyd  elude Mrs. Ernie Tol Weinreis, Mrs. A. E. Zytkoskee, gen, president. | Matt Decker, Mrs. Larry Kukow- Mrs. MeCaskey is slvi, Mrs. Willis Banner, Win. Kip- the Bonnie View pley. Club and also ........... Golden Valley | Home From Minneapolis-- :makers Council. Miss Kay McCuchan, RN, at Mrs. Dick Schroedt the Mt. Sinai Hospital, Minneap- went to Fargo, where olis, Minn., came home March 8, ed the Shate HomemS v,here she is convalescing from ell meeting on Mond an appendectomy, at her parental returning Thursday, home, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. MeCut- was accompanist for chart, Beach. She will return to ings during that we her duties the 17t'h of March. ]with Mrs. Alex Mc ,.. h00ppsnsd IO0 The oldest incorporated trade association country, the United States Brewers Association, organized in 1862... the same year that IN DAKOTA TERRITORY . , . Pierre Bottineau first wagon train of pioneers from the Red the unchartered Northern trail to Oregon. Bottinea hunter, interpreter and pathfinder for the hazardous tion, blazed a trail for future transcontinental railwayS, Then, as now, beer was the traditional beverage' of moderation. But beer means more than enjoyment to our state. The Brewing Industry contributes more than a million tax dollars to . North Dakota each year--money that helps support our hospitals, schools and highways. 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