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II II VOLUME XXXV MED()RA. BILLINGS COUNTY. NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, MARCH 17, 1960 NUMBER 42 Gilman Named As Mrs. F. Wojahn To an n Wm Ahernethv,Open House At Democrats 0. K. ,"F ""---" Be Featured m Tnb. as ,: i Processmg Plant Coach of Year Starts Mondav funeral luarcn tour of the safflower p~- Ballard for Senate ~ho ranches ~&th her hu.~band WU~li ,~ ~VI Alhez~n-t~"~' suc ceding pl~.r~t in Cu~be~t~on, Me - r -,Dereom e~ts of C~lden Valley Tonm~y Gd'lm,an, so~ of T. ;~ i'n ~he so~t~l eou~n~rv, on t!he The Golden Vailey ASC Ooun ,~ . . n.tawa w~lil be lthe mmn future of GZn~an of ttt~is city was nameu cumoea a~ r~s rmme m m.aon o County and prech~ct com,m~ttee- ~ ~oa~h off t~le year for the State Li't~le Missouri, will be one of ty Cormr~ibtee wighes to remind '.-o lion men wen,t on record at their ~ff Morut~arm fo~lowin.g their c~ass ,~ree N. D. women ~ho w~,ll be all p~mlueers who desire Federal 7"10 of {he effects of a stroke em~ vegetate ~u ~t.x~. a . meeting in BeaCh th.is Mowday A basketb~l'l tourrmment held featured in a story to appear in assis~nce in earryir~g cud: n~ed- ' ' ~t~r ~ur~ay, Mazx~ 2~ stav~g suffered about two weeks earl.z- a~ternoon at the cot~Pthouse, as the Sunday, March 27 editSon of ed con.~ervation practices on their e' a~ I:00 p.a'n, alx~orctmg to Les at Bi~.r~gs 1,agt weekend, the 1%in.neapcU~s Tribune:'l'h,~ farm ~u~nder the 1960 Agvicu~tur- "i une--l-"-v:-':~ t-^v"~'"er- Hettfe~:~ine, tvl~r~t ~m~ger. er~dorsing $~ck Bal~lard of Beach ,Mr. ~ilma.n wc.n.t to H,ardin, F, ~ ~r ~c~ ,~ e uc for the ~ta.te Serrate from the ~t two years ag, a and his o~ers are Mrs. Jim Tyler of al Con.ser~ation Program to file -,I "l~e cm3rs program wm con> schedu{edfor Pnday, .~Vlareh 18 ~ 39th Legi~ative Di~'ict."l~ey Bisma, vek, v. pres. of the N. D.~a request for assistance dtwing at 2 "-m -" the "--r'-e'~ti"- 1 men~ce ~c me ~t~oerwon armory fkr~t year ~here was on the te.atth- Cow Belles, and Mrs. Bay w~o the si' n u eriod from M, ond, a ] i wirth a bme~ e~p~an~t~n of ttae g - P P Y' u,r,~aan ~t~ron m t each, w~un 1~ ft~-- --ns~ .applx~al on Sen. ir~g s~aff bu,t after a year's rest lives nm'theast of Killdeer. Marsh 21, t, hru A.pv~l 1st. Darm- ', - I P ar~ ope~mn aim rare pm . Ray. Jc~hn Stmr~berg ofhc,ratm,g. m at th -- Q. ~did for The ~m'y wiA be titled "Work- ers who desire to partic~aee in A detailed aeeou,r~t of 'the ~ife ~.~ter me progwa e A~- }r~g Ramh Women" Two rep-~ the ro r a~n ma obtain e p g a Y th of Mr. Aberne,thy, a pioneer res- mory, the group w'i'll be resematives of the Tribune came necessary form, s for cost-Sh~a'ing idem of l~h.is community, w~H on a tour of the processi,r~g pIar~ti located ~ mile east of C~be~t~on, l d:o the Wo}~m ranch last Tues at a meeti, ng at the eoua~troom appear i~n the following edition Safflower grmv~rs and i~it~- i~e,t~hanie Brown, and W,ayne in Beach between the hours of of t~he News. ,BOll. the ~a~ter a phatogragher, 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. an the follow- ested per~ns ,are invited to at- v( ir~terview Mrs. Wojahn and ing days: Monday, Tuesday, and tend, look over the operalaions, gt'; pictures. Wednesday, M.ar0h 21, 22, and FHA Families Plan The two newspaper people 23. Any farmer who de.aires to officials from the CaHfi. and Cul- bertson offi~es. were very much tin:pressed with file a request for cost-~haring Betterr the spectacular Bad, lands scenery and can.not attend one o t~ese in this section of the state, me(,tings may obtain the neces- Republicans O. K. sary form at the county ASC of- Approximately 34 fann fami- fice a~ Beach. N.D. lies. ropresen ing a good propor- tion of those using Farmers Home Yicki Slo omb 9 'Adminis,t~a ion credit in Billings C ~ 9 and Golden Valley Gourr~ties l~ave Roen for Senate A meeting of t~e Billings Co. Kessel Signs As Football Coach lcrvin Kes'sel ~as signed to coaOh foo~ba,ll for the coming 19(10 saaxon, tt, e replaces Ri0hard Patchen w,h,o reeenNy resi~.med. Mr. Kesse,l yeas lJhe assistant eoadh during the 1959 season iMr. Ke~sel attended hiKh t~he p~t of U. S, S~n~r, to ,fine unex- pired ,reran of ~e ,l~te Senator Bi]/1 Imr~ger, and en~cwsed ~VI. C. ['escher Of Ser~tinel Butte. Stan- ley M, aixner and Chuck F~'ies for reelection as st~t,e represer~t- atives from the 39th District. Charlc-s ll, ardy presided at this meeting in his official capacity as Democratic Coun, ty Chairman. Jack Ball.ard. Ch,artes H, ardy, Lewis Drewniak and M. C. 'Fesxlh- er were chosen as dclegaCes ~o the coming S~ate Dem'o<:ratie eon.ver~ion to be held a,t Bis- marck on A'pril 7-8-9, with two of the four m go. A~tevn~tes named were No~be~t Fmneman, t~aymond It~,t~thel, Knute F~r- street an, d R.obez, t Hal.spar. They ~iscussed the meri~ of ~he sir~gle ballot for ,pNraary ele0~i,on,s, a~d were in favor of ~t, inste~l of the preseun0t two ballot system. They also agreed that the N. D. Wllma't CommisSkm is doing a spen~tid J~b. Boat Numbers Must Be Renewed Soon i I1