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Th VOLUME XXXV Rites Accorded WmaAberneth‘y Lastrites were solemnized for, William Albernetlhy of Beach3 on Friday, Maw}, 18, at 2 pmqlspeedin‘g charge and having an, a“: the ’Oongregational Christian! church, Beach, with Rev. Johnl Steinberg officiating. Special mu- sic .was fiumislhed by a mixed quaitletlgmsisting of Mrs. Franv ces Baler, Mrs. Helen Hathaway, lidan lldlilstein and David Beier, singing “Safe in the Arms of; Jesus" and" “The Old Rugged! Grom,"’“§h& a ,solo “by mam Bantz who sang “The Lord‘s, Prayerllwwgallter llulbble was ac—: omnpanlst.“ l Pallbearers were Frank Kan-l nenlberg, "Harry Kukowski, Jackl l 1 l l l 4‘ ‘r Wlm. A‘B'ERNTE'I‘HY Berg, Fred Klannemlberg, Paul We, and Ted Hoec‘k. In-‘I tementwals in the Beach cemew tel-y. Mr. Albemetlhy succumlbe Tuesday evening, March 15, 1960, alt his home, of the effects of a stroke sufiered about two weeks previously. He was one of this lMinnesota Men EArrested At Beach ., l ) Two young Minnesota men,§.‘Loan I . Dies, Rites Friday ’ing, March 22, 1960, of the ef-j ‘sllll'ercd a few days earlier. ‘at the Methodist church, at 2 MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, l l Dennis Lund and Irvine Fars~ berg were arremed in Beach last, Sunday morning, March 20, on a open bottle of liquor in their car. They appeared at a hearing beflore Judge George Seeley at; p.m.‘on Sunday, and were he-ldl in jail overnight because of thei inability to pay fines and court costs. They were able to raise the necessary funds to get out of' jail ~Mondiav and then contin- ued their way to the west coast. 'ilhey were accompanied by a 19-year old girl, but no charges were preferred against her. Mrs. Gloyd Bury Mrs. Gloyd Bury of the rura Sentinel Butte community, die at the Jollmstone Memorial HOS- pzila-l in Beach on ’l‘uesday morn- fects of a cerebral hemorrhage, Funeral services will be held1 for her this Friday, March 25, pm. Rev. Marvin Buck will of- ficiate, and interment will be made in the Beach cemetery. A detailed Obituary will appear in the following edition of the News. Kingsley Family To Leave Beach lM-i‘. and Mrs. A. L. Kingsley community’s pioneer homestead ens. include Ate-mete. sons, Burns Albemethy of «Beach and Byron Albmnethy of Lub- bock, Texas, and one daumtcr. Mrs. Momma Kantian of Seattle, Wu, one stepson, Howard Lar- son, Quincy, Salli, 7 grandchil- dren and 7 great granddilldren, and many friends. William (M. Albernethy was born neat Amandalle, Minn, on March 16, 1873. He attended ru- ral schools in this community. In 1889 wlhen he was 16 years old, he went to Pierre, S. Dak., and during that next few years worked for a cattle company in the Bad River area of S. Dak. Wlhlile etriptloyed there he drove a herd of horses overland from Pueblo, 0010., to S. D. On another occasion, in the early 1890’s, he came to Dickin- son, N. D., to trail a herd of homes firom the Chase and Fry ranch to better grazing lands in S. Dak. While there he saw the last Indian outbreak, Sitting Bull-1’s last stand, and also rode thru'the area of the Wmmdcd finee of the Indians, fld’irelturned to the state where he worked Scarlan Lumber 00., at woquet. Elk River and Alkdle'y, Minn. On Feb. 1. 1905, he was married to Miss May at St. Paul, Mimi. I moved to Beach, N. D., in l'n Their mother ‘ on July 20, 1915. On Sept. 1., ‘Mr. Abernathy ream- , , . .. the 1m period 9: ' My resided 1;.,, ,, tn continuity he endeared b7, to many by Wm #5 ” “. and unquestkmed My a0 Announces ,‘ ' April 1 Deadline: The Golden-Valley ‘ASC Coun- ty Committee 'wi‘Shas to remind those producers who were unalble' to stamp for practices to be car- ried in 1960 at the courthouse may do so by. calling at the ASC County Ofifiice Monday thru Fri- day onorbettoreAprlll,1960 4-H. [Club News The Lucky Clover 4-H Club was held at Mrs. Roger New- ton’s house on Match 17, 1960. Mrs. Ingman (distributed the er. and son. Kim, who have made Beach their : 4394, aged and stored for the use of, 1 home since 1957,, his “rife, will be leaving vflh'rs Saturday two tar Sioux City, Iowa, to make 98 The Golden Valley County Oan-. cel‘ Unit has organized a “loan? Closet" \to assist patients suffer- ing from cancer. Importance of an adequate supply of clean dressings to many with cancer,’ particiurla-rly advanced cancer,‘ may not be readily appreciated by those in good health, but the, .lallter's pnrticipation is urgently needed. The “Loan Closet" is under the; capable chairmanshin of Mm. Leonard l‘a‘hlstrom, and will be? located in the local county nur-l se’s office. Our Unit needs your‘ old white linens and cottons, es. .pecially bed sheets, for the many cancer dressings for needy pa- tients. Any white material that. is absorbent is acceptable. Con-l tribuntions from the Sentinel! Butte area may be left at Ken- nedy’s Drugstore, or call TR 6—, GolV-a contributions mayl be left at Norb Finneman’s Bar]? and the Beach contributions at? Dickinson's Store, where all will“ be collected and made up into, dressings, sterilized. and pack-. ( cancer patients. Modernize Medora Water-Sewer System Says Short IRep. Don L. Short reported duced in U. S. Congress author- ilaci‘listies for the historical west, ern town of Medora, N. D. Short said the small comma“- .ity had been unprepared rand-"m. their home. When the Kingslest came to Beach in 1957, Mr. Kingsley was ( A. L. KIING'SLEY principal at Beach high school for 1 year, then leilt the teach- ing profession to become associ. ated with the Lutheran Brother- hood Ins. Co. He has transferred with the Insurance Co. to Sioux City, where he will carry on in the same capacity. The Kingsley family resided at the Palmer aparments. 'Ihei-r apartment has now been rented . .110 Mr. and Mrs. Louis F. Splichal and 2 Mdren of South Heart, N. D., who will be moving to Beadh the first part of April. During their stay in Beach, the r Kingsleys have made many friends who are sorry to see them leave, but at the same time wush’ them much success and help- piness in their new home. Urbanec’s Closed Fol-“Remodeling equipped for the impact-vol :m- isles who come to visit the ad. :yacenlt Roosevelt Park and» the Chateau De Mores and to attend "013d FlouraEyes”. the Theodore NORTH DAKOTA m" last week that a bill was inltror izirmg the Interior Dept. to pro.. vide water and sewage disposal _.r___.'«— ——r :Cancer Unit Forms‘fl. Lewis Ne l l Annex Owner Beach’s Hospital Annex, per-l haps better known as the Old Folks Home, has a new owner-.1 Howard Lewis, who took over his duties the first part of March,‘ purchasing the business from Dr.‘ C. A. Bush. He and his wife willl manage the place themselves! They and their two children are from Seattle, Wn., vbu‘t Bismarck l .is their original home. Mr. Lewis is experienced in this type of work, having serv-u ~ed as manager of the Sunshine Nursing Home in Seattle. Their son will be a freshman next fall and their daughter will be in the seventh grade. Mr. Lewis plans to carry on a“ program of improvements at the“ Annex, which is now called the l lBeavc'h Rest Home. Some rem‘od eling will be started in [the near? future, and a few of the smaller: rooms will be enlarged. $560 Goal Fdr — Cancer Drive For a second successive yeari “Guard Your Family” will be‘ the rallying note of the Cancer Crusade which opens in Billings County, April let. The family theme will again be linked with the phrase, “Flight Cancer with a Checkup and a Check,” it was lmurmw today by Mrs. Marvin Cancer Unit. . “The combined slogan was very effective last year", she said. of Billings County to the silent and insidious ways of can- cer, and to methods of. safeguard- ing th'e‘v‘fiamily against hazards of thisgdisease. And it helped us $355.73. “The Cancer Society supports Roosevelt outdoor drama. “Only with adequate sewage and water fiacillilt‘ies can (the com— more than 1,000 «scientists who are trying to «defeat cancer for all time. But there is so much , llousin g life—saving a ,lngman of Belrield, County 00an mander for the Billings County “It helped us alert the families- ioneer THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1960 NUMBER 43 Mrs. Tescher To Be gBOyS Ranch Head Honored at Bismarck Mrs. Matt C. Tescher ol' Sent; ine‘l Butte was singled out as a nominee for N. D. Mother of' the Year honors recently, and will be a guest at an award I erimtendent The Range For Boys, T0 Whitehouse Rev.’ William Fahnla-n-der, sup- of the Home On leflt March in mm on Satv'l23, fior Washington. C., whate April 23, at the Municipal ,Coun try Olulb. Glov. Davis will be present, and will present a citation to ers. Arnold N‘ienas of 'llhomp-, son, N. D., who was selected as 1960 Mother of the Year for Ni Dak. (Mrs. Tescher, along with 17, other nominees, will receive their Certificates of Merit from the Governor at that time. 1 Advance Census Forms In Mail Advance report forms for the 1960 Census of Population an. are being distributed? by the postoffice this week, and ivhe purpose is designed to specc, up the field canvass, and provide more accurate statistics. Distri- ‘ bwtion of these forms before the start of the house to house can— vass gives each fiamily a chance to assemlble the need-ed inlorma? *tion, filling out the simple forms and having them ready for the census taker when they start their rounds Alpril. Remember, please till them out and have them ready in a convenient spot, to save valuable time for the census taker when he calls on fYOU. Bijou Theatre Seats Destroyed l About a dozen and a half pad- ded, upholstered seats at the 'IBijou Theatre in Beach have rbeen 'maliciously destroyed in recent vweeks, and Roy Wlalz, owner, is taking steps to prevent any such' similar occurences. He has 01'- 'inlormation leading to the arrest lot the guilty party, without. ev- ;we can do about this disease 'mumty “lest “he .neea for al‘d'e‘migll‘rt now. Right now, we cani qu'ate eatmg’ I‘Odigmg and rESt'iand must, try to save the lives,E room facilities,” said Short. that are wasted every year I ‘ElthI‘t said his bill would au-imfel. to (“he 85 000 people who, thorize the Sec. of the Interior! die of (,3 I . l Incer s l b i l to modernize the water and sew-, lmpy emuse fihem er don’t get to the doctor in time"; facilities of Medora, at an Win-1 uh t- , . expenditure «not exceeding $100,-l 1 e 9 Na) 10mm crusade 000- the mmimum goal for Billings 'Oounty has been set at $560.00.l llnlgmlam said that Am-l erican Cancer Society volunteer; —... Stener Ekre’s {Grandson Drowns ’ ed recently while playing in a ’small lake near his home. He is a grandson of Stener Ekre, who is now in Sanfiord, Fla, but has PEO Executive Board‘ To Meet March 25-26, taming interests in this area. m E t. BK , f Sheriff’s “PM” .X‘eported a?“ up? fifii’fm’fio Osage: “char pl‘aym'g new mm hood will meet in Grand Forks puw mm mm a boat Pm at the Ryan Hotel, Friday and “mice Hugh Wm”? Mel “‘9‘ Saturday, March 25th and 26th.. Ideafl“ Sm due in “mm”! In addition to routine annual Wmlng. . Survivors are his parentsrylr “the annual State Convention 3 enamels, David, Kim and. Jim 'Florks May 12 13 and 14 with o: Paola; and his», W1 chapters 1) 0: Grand Form and zrandflatlle-r, Stener ,, U V - The Miami was held at 2:30 berg“ MW 35 “Mess chap Sunday. Mail Was in “he 031“ Among the members of the has declared a “goal unlimited",[ business, plans will be made forI formant. Wallz exhibited the destroyed articles, revealing slashed, goug- f-ered a substantial reward for, er revealing the name of the in-. ,he will attend the Whirtehouse Conference on Children and Youths, which gets underway March 27 and ends April 1. The event takes place every 10«years, and this is the fifth. The first one was fifty years ago, and was originated by President Teddy Roosevelt. 'Ilhere are 37 delegates from N. D.. and Rev. llahnlander is FAHNLANDER one of them. In all, between 5,000 and 7,000 delegates will at- tend, and the number will be into smuaill group con- 91’0‘ broken up ferences dismissing youth lblems. , Enroute. to Washington, D. C., :tlhere will be 3 nights of talks in Minneapolis and Paul, and on Sunday. flame from N. D., will board a plane for Washington. Afitelrward Rev. Wander will go to New York on business, and will also visit the late Father Oassedy's family in nearby New Jersey. *Next stop tor Rev. Falhmland- er will be Flint, Mich, where ‘he will speak to the Eagles Apr. 6-7, then on to Detroit and East Detroit .He will fly back to Mil- waukee, Wisc. where he will meet with the Grand Aerie of- ficers of the Fraternal Order of Eagles for a few hours, with ed, tattered cushions which could hardly be recognized as such. Some had been cut on top, the plastic._ upholstery being remov- ed in one huge circle, while oth- ers had large gaping Iholes in :them where the padding and filling had been pull-led out. Because of vandalism like this Mr. W-allz decided not to do any will distribute free literature, . . , l A nine year old Paola, Florida 1‘h‘r‘o‘lg‘m’wt April, Cancer COMI‘OV 1m?“ vmg m ‘flhe uhea‘tre’ 01 dec— lboy, Gary Vernon Jones, drowrl- Monuh' Joya mg. Republican Women ' Meet At Bismarck N. D. Republican women will meet in annual convention on Monday, March 5. at Bismarck, tiller they are atfiilxiated with a local Rep. Women's club or not, will start at 9 am., with Mrs. and Mrs. V. R. Jones of Poole; which Wm be held in maiJohn E. Davis giving the wel- come at 10 that moming, w-iutlha :busmess meeting tollowing. 'Ilhe antemoon sessions will be devoted to womshops, and end with a banquet at 6:30 at the :Mmlici'pall Country Club. Reser- lawn Mam. ‘Pedc, Santana. Exemtive Board is Mrs. John M. a: Bear ch, , who is listed milder We title: or Organizer. v 10"l‘Iew TB Cases Registercd‘ln N. D. A total ofwlo newly “have been Mam ’7. VFW Talent Show, Sunday, March '27th The V. F. W. Talent Slow will "be held next Stmday, Mar. 27, at Golva, and will again in clude zage groups. I , Amuse. 569mm to with; PM r in, is baked» toluen- lm‘ cafe tact r‘mw‘xmlfinger Beachisclosed inc-e complete 1960. Wong Mo‘s- ser, Dinwtor (lithe of Pre" Two with were remodelling, bum W and out. The interior has been out, and will be comp complete the task. The trout will also be entirely new and differ- emit. 'Laudie “Ullbanec, the owner, states that barring any unfore- seen delays, they will \be ready to reopen for business on or about the first part of April. HOUSE OF MERCY DRIVE UNDERWAY A drive is now well underway to collect funds to build. a new Lutheran House of WIch in Fare go. A little in excess of $50,000, calendar of .eVents and the “4-H bad-i199“, walked by :de- 29- Saifcty,‘ Activities” pap- m 5284.090. tom . ,y new and difierent “men mailman The goal for {the fund checks be me vmtahle of the State Health Dept Oneof the 10 was in Golden Valley County. Pro- visional figure, of total cases reg- istered in 1959 is 109. mi soon are mm AUCTION SAT" APRIL 2 An extensive line of quality farm machinery, household goods, including a TV set, retri‘gerator and many other items will be sold at auction on Sat. April 2, at the Jim Scott much, 27 miles north of Beach, seaming at 1 pm. See Mr. Scott’s adv an another page of this paper tor details. Attends Funnel -- Howard S. balsam, son of Mrs. William Albemetlry, mtumed to his home tin Qumcy, Calm, Sun. momma otter attending More! rites tor Wm. Abemethy on lla- Mardl l8. ‘ 5'1 VOTES CAST AT ‘ FRUURG TWP. ELECTION Township election was held in er: Paul Loflelmacher, Clerk; Geo. 'Sdhafl, Traps; Dan Cheadle, As- sessor. Judges at the election were Verne King.- Dissolving Fryburg Township issue was not voted ‘GeorgeUndei-wwdotrura vatiaons may be made by calling or Mrrs. Franc .ec Bleak- ney,'5th St, Bismarck, :by Sat, w—u—w Legion Bi hday Party March 19 Helge}! BadmanjAmerican Ll; glen Auxiliary members were hostesses to them-husbands and trimmers of the American he- ginm and their wives, at a party in the Patterson Hotel; all, w‘heJ are urged to attend. Registration‘ ‘Minneapolis his next stop, Rev. l‘l‘almlzmde-r will then take the train back home, arriving here i ‘ 9th“? 1 . HUGE FARM, AUCTION SALES. MAR. 31 APRIL 1 ‘ lEmtracrdinarily large numbers lot a wide variety of farm ma- fdluinery, tractors, trucks, livestock land so on, will go on the auction lblook on Thursday, March 31, starting at 9:30 a.m., of the Wal- lter llamamm estate, 5 miles S. of Ridhardtoh. On Friday, April 1, tools of many types, farm buildings to ‘be moved, granarics, etc, will be sold, at auction for the Hamann estate also. The sale will get underway at 9:30 a.m., at the same place as the one listed above. For details read their adv. on mother page of this paper. NOTICE There will lbe a special meet- ing to discuss [the problem of whether or, not (to close the Me- dians lHddh ‘Sdhool. It will be held infill-e court at the Court ‘Hous'e, March 30, at 7, pm. mess/e, attend. Clerk, ‘ W School Dist. No. 2 «5/. We M ’Kus’sy. . 24); Roy’s Metric). News—- . mt isn‘t odten ml personally Saturday night, March 19 at the like to recommend a picture. 3591091 Legion club rooms honor-IH‘OWGVGI'. mm Sun. Mon, and ing the Legion on its birthday Tues. March 27-28—29 is one of celebrated during the: week of ‘fihe greatest mature“ than has March 15. Court w‘h-ist provided the even- ings entertainment I With high been produced. -- SHANE - It is by the same producer that gave you GIANT. Nevertheless, prizes to “Barney Brunsv-old SHANE‘ is still rated the greatest and the Town Hall on Tuesday. The arm! Mrs. Spiegelllberg and following officers were re-eleot- to, Bob‘llardy and Mrs. A1- li‘red Johnson, Supervisor; s bent Winkle. The social hour was lunch which fea‘ toll'owedwb‘y tured a birthday cakle which. was bakeer decorated by Mrs. Steve K-lym and Mike Adams; 1(er The cake was cut Moderator, Bill Syminow; Clerk, lby Harry Spieg- elbergshd War I veterans . , V present at the party ‘ on due to" number’ind’ Lisle Baker, Bar- ,Brunsvold, Stub Noyes and who were ‘. most outstanding western ever made. Anybody that has seen this greet picture before, I am sure wouldn’t want to rniss it—if you never have seen it—I am certain you will truly enjoy 'it. {Here is What the Natimal Motion Plum Review says about it. Ever since the first motion picture, glorified. the wig ‘ and silent men who Western Brains. 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