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. lk WWW“lllillllllllllllllllilllllllllIlllmmmllllllflllllllIlllIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllIIIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIllllllIlilllllliflllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E l r ' , Clothing ,.Drive' Drive” is again being ‘ . . by me Harley seiz- pWeek and urges all Citizens to From Terry M k 1 mama's down. VOLUME XXXV Dist. Votes On Steemg comm' High School Issue E ‘A meeting was held at the Met Saturday I ' county court house in Medora Saturday morning, April 2, a‘On Wednesday evening'to discuss group of area residents met wimitlhe High School Situation at the representatives of Dame's Agfi-lDe‘M‘Ol‘C‘S School for the coming cultural. service in the County year. All interested Medoraites forruhe‘ first meet. attended and after a study of infg .uhg steering committee the cost of having a high school for the proposed agricultural de- for the coming year. and a ve-rir velm Wm, mesa who lengthy, discussion, it was decid- m-e membem of the commute; ed to place the matter before include Dick Schroeder, Rolandmle 990918 Of the district for a M1111. A, w_ kam; Walterlvote. The election is to be held Manson, Howard Hardy, Sid on April’sth from to 6 pm. Donnell, Wayne Smith, Kames ‘ at thee county court house in Johnson, John McCaskey, Ed; the court room. mam Benz, Lee" Rovig, Don Wisdhow, Earl Peter- son, Ro Oedh, Bill Melvin, Paul Bunke, y Ralph Mosser, Nyle GladStone Douglas, Orval Ross, Larry Ku- . v 1Funeral services for Mrs. Lena k‘OWSzkl, Carl Johnson, Tom Hud-I . I son and Bob Ekre‘. , ,Reilly, 49, Gladstone were at This group selected the “mewle am. Wednesday, April 6 in “Agricultural Development As- ._ A i 7., r, _ sociation” for the committee and wiggféntffflf'tl} ,Famm Joseph will serve until a permanent or—i "" 0 C13 “15' gan'iz'ation is set up in the future.‘ Dick Hunt, Doasn-e representative, explained several functions which, Reilly Funeral hospital Apr-il3, after an illness of several months. She was born at Mott. Dec, MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA “ l Brengle-Popiel New Aldermen. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 Raisler-McCutchan KCOhane Meets Nuptials In Calif. With Architects NUMBER 45 FF A ‘Smorgasbord St. Thomas Catholic church in; Mrs. Reilly died at St. Joseph’s“ this commitee will need to per- form in the near future, the most important being the fund raising campaign. Several people have already contributed to the proposed de- velopment plan and an organized campaign will start soon. An important item to remember is 212, 1911. daughter ol‘ John and gKva'therine Miller. She attende' ischoo‘l near Mott and later clerk- "ed in a store there. After work- ing in Mott she went to San Francisco where she worked for !about 5 years and then after her marriage she lived in Lin- g Beach were discovered bei‘orc Results of the regular biennial city election this Monday, April 4 saw voters going to the Legion Hall, casting a majority of votes for two newvcomers, Don Breng- le and Ray Popiel, taking the place of Ted Dickinson and Emil Miller, respectively. J. M. Keohane, chairman of the with the Rittcilbush Architects in Bismarck on Friday, April 1. There has been an unavoidable plans, but at the present time Bren, 16 received 37 votes to, it would appear that the final Valdemar] of the second plans will be ready by May 1. over Mr. Dickinson's 10. while The mgegdnne the, cabl'l'm‘g' of Roman drew 23 votes, compamd bids is in June and the local hos- mo 14 for Mr. Miller, in the first PM! “a”! has been assured by will: be 'made to have the bids 31mm“ 0f the "mm mm’ “9' advertised and called at the earl- ceived 13 votes, to 9 castifor . .51 dd John Hanson, and 1 for Bank lek‘pmog‘ -e :e' d, f uh Kolhler. The new alderman were .n 0“ a“ me gas or e gleam by write_m, as their hospital now amountto$60,482.76. names did not appear on the The ‘mafl waxes that hive been ballots. collected thru the Hospital levy ; Ewen Arnold was re_e.lect_ as of March 1, 1960 amount to ed city treasurer without opposi- “4’100'56' . Ftion, and George Seeley was re- The Hosgma] Board has been :eleoted police magistrate. very much encouraged by the gSmoldering Elevator gFlre curbed Monday‘Dievtz, J. T. Hudson. Andy 'l‘ibor, Smoldering briquettes at the Richard ‘Knopp, Natalie Adam— Occident Elevator’s coal shed 1n.50n. and E. J. Brandt. 'they have come due. The mem- bers of the Board are J. M. Keo- hane, Martin 'Schillo, Herman l they could actually break into‘Steals Truck, Hurt flame this Monday morning, April 4, when Homer Madison In Crash Yates Larry Luedtke. 17. is (being shed, as he was going about his delay in the preparation of the' ward Gm Mug,in inwmem “the ambitth that every efifort: prompt payment of; pledges as1 I Miss Anne A. Raisler, I tei 0 Mr and Mrs Stanley 275 people Raislcr of Beach exchanged wed-‘ Appmm’mmely community hospml beam, melding vows with Lt. j.g. M. L.‘Signed “9 ‘3“ “0k '93” i“ the second annual [FFA Smorgasbord L. D. McCutchan of Beach. at held. '13“ Friday eye‘ng at the San Diego. Calif.. in an infionnal Les?” Hall sewmg began at ceremony on Sunday, Mardh 13. 6:13 and in“? mast .peopie passed Lt, and M13 Ronald Monroe thru "the line at 7:20 With mem~ were matron of honor and best hem the ’FFA Chapter sewvmg' man for their friends. The menI 'FOI'lowmg me smorga‘gbord’ were college classmates and were Mr._'Fore-st L. Goetsch from St. commissioned together in the U. W18 “aye a 9,99?“ on tame S. Navy. 'Ilhe McCutchans are now Om‘i’ok “1 603 (for Agme at home in their apartment at 'Euye' He ‘pmmed 0'" 'M for 1647 Grand Ave, Apt. 4, San “"3 cm" 3’6“ barley. “*5 mid Diego 9’ Calm -durum look particularly profit- ~ able for rthis area, while sheep, . hogs and rbeef will continue to IS)en. Symlng'ton At return profit in the livestock ' line. emo' Gonv' Apr“ On Tuesday evening a special More than an ordinary amount meeting of the PTA Chapter was of interest is being shown in the held to discuss how “the remain- coming State Democratic con- ing funds from :the Smorgasbord 'vention to be held in Bismarcknwould he handled. Among the with the announcement this pastlsuggestions were: Barmarleing a. mat Senator smart Sy- portion (to finance next year‘s mington of Missouri will be smorgasbord, invest in more re« lpresont to speak at the Jeffer- volVing projects, set up a scho’l- McCutdlran, son of Mr. and Mrs. l 1 week 1 April 8. M. Tesciher and J. Ballard wil '«be present for the [of the convention. as will this community. Some Sen. Symvington will be there. son-Jackson Day Banquet Friday, arsihip loan fund three days‘ velopmenst : ‘imgjneedi‘end the coin, Mom. and Missowla. She that if all the money cannot be came to Quads in 1949' :3 edcogltgr She was married ‘to Frank investment. 'Ihe names of the Remy at Sam. Muse“ Sept‘ mm] m be pm 1. 1 ed 21, 1940. Survwors are her hus~ in the paper along with ques_ humid, Frank; 3 daughter, Patri- won and er column mt any_ cra, ‘age 18; and sons, William, one who has questions about the age and Davrd’ age 6' M50 pm , survuvmg are two brothers, John and Martin Miller of St. Paul Investigate Area Improvement Plan seur of St. Paul. er5. Reilly was a member of the Royal Neighbors Lodge. Nearly two-lthzirds of the peo- Pallbearers were Walter Hoff, pae attending the Area Develop Ewald Feller, Joe Birdsall, Fred meat meeting last Friday even- Birdsall, Harold lander and Pet- ing in the Legion Hath voted to er Kaudflman. continue investigating the poem?- b‘ility at mugging such a pro- gram in this vzi nit . Dick Hunt, , Director or Deanery Area Devel- Mantoux Clll'llc ! 200 people 63%?de .Edwa’l‘d Svm‘ieskiv “mm? of surveying, procedures involved ‘dlre‘m’r 0f "he State 7‘3 and and WWW resums of sudh a Health Will be m Bea-chl program One gt me questions Tuesday, April 12.‘ at 8 pm, in, ‘ WW 7% "imam "the (at-mum ox one couitltouse; in was the total cost of the de- 17° Mersmt 3’“ edwaflm'il ngl’amf velomm project Dome wouldfimplauting the Mantoux Test for, do the surveying, compile the 'tubemulmm- , I resume, present flhe Momm Everyone is not only mv1ted,; at an wide meeting and urged to attend, .90 that YOU provide one additional year of-W'fl‘l 'un‘demt?r‘,d moxie 3130?“ “he! Waugh 5mm for $9000. ‘Mantoux Clinic which Will be Mter “he meeting, steaming held in Beach. April 26. oonunlttee was set up to lookl fl: figmp‘fi'ghg, fiwfififi AT DeMOBES scnoor to follow. William Melnychym, tenor, and The sum of $9000.00 seem like rA-lfired Seward, pianist, will ap- quite a large amoth to raise-pear in a joint musical at the Meeting Explains TENOB and PIANIST and a sister, Mrs. Joe La Vas-‘ duties at his Carter Oil Bulk Station. Madison put in a call for the Beach volunteer tire-men who were at the scene in very short order, and had the situation un- der control without difficulty, and probably just in time to avert a damaging fire. There .was no damage to the building housing the briquettes were still warm when they were Shipped in. the latter fact all: viously the reason for the mis. ban Lion—sfiDonate $100 l‘o New Hospital Beach Lions voted to donate $100 to the new Community Hos‘ pital fund, at their last meeting March 28. Mrs. ‘A. E. Loken spoke briefly on the accomplishments and activities of the Beach Li- brary which is sponsored bymthe Arnold and (Mrs. Lydia Brunsvold‘ were also special guests at meeting. 1 ’Ilhe funds donated bathe hos- Monday evening, April 11. Largest Turnout but if everyone in the area will DelMores Sdhool on Thursday, participate, it will amount to a April 7 at 12:30 at the town hall. veryagomalil sum for any individ- They appear thru the court- ’The fiunds that are collect- esy of the DelVDores School board. edtwm be held in trust until Alll éh'ildren will be admitted amount is met. If firee, and adult admission will thkcammtbemised, then allbeSOc. ',,»willberetundedtothe . w .24): omganizatiom who con- M. LEONEARD FIRST 25 peo- IN BOWLING TOURNAMENT to aim - the. Marion Leonhard, daugh and be ter oer. and Mrs. sin Gardner am soonjy'mese, men oilseach, and, Alice Bowles, both “ "ble for. .as-"of ‘ Snot, captured first place in yam-ea: and no doubt Will theDcumes (Hrmnpionship at the V curse and dammit 27. The ladies won address ed “to the 'indiv‘ldiul ._-he1d at Forks. - Governor: vacuums unmv was: .E. Davis. Now In) Progressy... agave the (hildren April ,3 m 9' 1960, to be Library American Legion Au .1. W unite in this national effort to April 1 than May 15; Anyone wishing to donate clothing is asked to bring it to the flout or back door to Mrs. Goodwin 'llhompson at 482-——4th Ave. 5.13)., at Beach. Phone TR 24325 for pickup service. All types of clothing are want- ed indiuding children and adults, also household linens, bedding, curtains, etc. Clothing especially needed are low and high heeled Shoes, coats, dresses, jackets, trousers, overdhoes, baby things, Sheets, blankem, and mi tact any firing in good useable con- dition. year 1052- pounds were to this, Federation ‘by the ‘ Laden Auxiliary of‘ 'Mrs. .mompson is Child ' kinds. ‘: May 13.~ ’am! acceptances have - been received from New England Governor of Public, Campus High, North Dakiota ’has proclaimed, Marys. .adhieve a better-read, better- and girls of Terry, Mont, were informed America, and to stim- Sunday visitors at the home of ulate interest in libraries of all Mrs, MacDouga‘ll’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Kippley, and with ‘other relatives here. Visits Parents attending school spent the past weekend at the home of her parents, and 'Werner Nistler. Her parents took her back to Bis- marck Sunday afitezrnoon. ' A: Daughter's —- Julia Wischow is staying Mm, at ,ghé- at’flie home of her daughter and m -pg,a,n m be home b me husband. Mr. and Mrs: "om-lie fig y Moe and 1amily,i,ot rural Senxtin :1 Butte, where file is recovering Ever For Track The biggest , number of “boy's ever to turn out forrtraok report- ed at the Beach High School, this spring. ,A total of 38;,nomiflgie high and 12 from “ileum . calm. grade odlwdl are waking 01m . ‘ Returning letterinern . instills: David Beier, W.Pem.muis Marvin Dane, Donald Davis, Genera Feldman, Nelson. and Tom Ross. WWII! ule: April 13, on the. 1073.11 mm Dakota Women’s Bowling April 23, mm Jame,le April 30. Kfilldeer May 7. . . Conference. at Dick-in- fihem W 3°" Place- homl'sin the “my .901}. May 13, Beach Inv. meet at, _ with a 1121 score. The town» Beach, May 21, Ding-mic: a): wok. my .1“ "m? 01' be mafl- meat ran for 4 weeks and was inson, and ,May 28, state meet .1 “gm City, :«A can: meet is he. andSi'~ Mr. and Mrs. Dick MacDougall Betty Ann Nistler who is in am, wf “in: km; ‘. smart-“Mt. 1 or the m We . «,Iis we firing hat I" x; ;_ @‘fmi'm m a 3-,: ocean,” weeks 330177 her head. Beachw‘omavns Club. Mrs. Ellen. ital were from the proc‘ ieeds otioommmg at home after an file recent pancake and sausage“wadem a weak .320 Mogday’ supper, held on March 17. ’IlhemAh‘?n he caught his hat“! "1.3 next Lions m Ei-n‘g will be (Ingram auger, crushing his wrist noticed smoke coming from the treated tor injuries at the John- ron. 0611 Co. (pickup truck he re- portedly stole at Wibaux. Mont, late this Monday night, April 4.! Law ofificials revealed that he had also stolen a truck at Glen~ dive, and had run out of gas in the vehicle, then hitch-hiked tcrested liberals Chevron pickup with the keys in the ignition. Apparently driving eastward at high speed, he lost control of the vehicle and rolled over, at Yates, near the Montana-N. D. border. Luecltke’s home is said to be at MisSoulla, Mont. As soon as he recovers sufficiently to leave the hospital, criminal charges will be filed against him. Rich Thompson Out Of Hospital Monday Rich Thompson, prominent ‘3?““31‘999 Mk some 'Dom‘g'l farmer of the Beach rural com- munity, was released from the Jolmstone Memorial Hospital this Monday. April 4. and is now mg. ROOSEVELT ram; sneer FEATURED IN TRIBUNE the Minneapolis April 10, 1960. CONGREGATIONAL GOOD FRI. SERVICES AT MEDCRA There will be communion can- dlelight services on Good Friday at the Modern Congregational church at 7:30 pm. This meeting will be a Union of the Sentinel Butte and Medora churches. Ev~ eryone is welcome to attend. Sill-"FLOWER MEETING and several fingers. {Luckily the breaks in the wrist bone were straight enough so mart Dr. Bush, the attending physician, could save the hand 5-;- BEACH “an. 8 and fingers. Mr. Thompson and ‘ his mm were getting ready Arne Skedxsvold. PVO repre— "to haul, grain in'to Beach when sentat'xve oft Culbertson. Mont. the aaéidm happened. it was will be at the County Agent’s the Such mishap to Mr. ofifice in Beach. Friday, April 8.. mmwon, the first one being firom to ,5 par at which time several years ago. he will sign connects and dis‘ cuss saflfitower production. SOCIAL $260811? REP. AT BEACH APRIL 14 A representative of the Bis- most: cities at the SocialSecur- ity Adm. be at the count- Wain. Bead: on Thurs. April at 10 am. in the Memo antr- Returns Prom Trip -— (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dyk‘ins, just returned Sunday from an extended trip thru Texas to the Gulf, and then to Phoenix, Aria, and Calif. In all, they traveled 71611131183 their car. They , Infieggml Beach .at m on: «a... , . an“? Mix, rm, .and Warren Meyers and m?“ m' “.137 of Madam Meme my“ pen tin and at Onward, 0am" The banquet will start at 5:30 stone Memorial Hospital, Beach‘p-mw in “he 313ka A’u‘m’OTi‘ after Dosing control of a QhGVJ um, and tickets to it are now on sale for $7.50, all delegates & in- invited to at- tend. Ticket orders are being mailed to all Democrat delegates and alternate- and. anyeone wish- ing to wttendflthe above banquet is urged [to contact them very which 1,0 Wibaux, Where he spotted “he soon, as fiacilities at the Auditon .r mm are hunted, and those in charge need to know the numb- er of persons who will be attend»- A pictorial feature on bighorn sheep in 'Iheodore Roosevelt Na-vTuesday morning tional Mam. Plank will appear in for Worthy ‘mem‘bers going to college, and l donating to the Agricultural De— Assn. The group aivoted to donate $25.00 tor this number of other Democrats in have planned to go after hearing theta hearty thanks Ito all business- ‘laltter cause. The EPA lbOYS wish to extend men who contributed and offer a special vote of thanks to Bud Miller and Mary 'Ilhmscn who all did so much to make this smor- gasbord such a success. Starts Furlough With A. Bang! vBo’b Erickson literally started his furlough with a bang—an explosive one—when the tractor he was attempting to start in his mother's garage exploded this Wei max-mo g. swaying sas- o’line an almost every/Wing in Hhe bulldog excapt Bob, who miraculously escaped without injury. ‘ lBolb had arrived home this from the guided missile base near Minne- psund'a'y 'I‘rl?:apolxis, Minn, and was going to 'bune’s Picture Sunday MagaZine.-do a little (farm work, and had gone into the garage to start the The photos will appear under: John Deere tractor when the axis the heading “Mo‘vingtN. D. Big« nap occure'd. 'Ihe garage is al« untee‘r" firemen extinguished the ,blaze in a few moments, when they arrived on the scene, about 9:30 am. i The fire is a major tragedy ‘ to little Jimmy Popiel, Mrs. Louis Erickson's grandson, as his new bicycle was stored in the garage, land was completely destroyed. lJimmy Was so shook up over his loss that he was unable to eat ’lunvch’at noon! l l BELPIELD PRESBYTEBIAN ‘ CHURCH Rev. J. A. Witmer PALM'SUNq APRIL 10 —— Jesus Rides Into Jerusalem. Children’s baptismal service. The Dofiedmauher twins, Harold and Harlan will be baptized. MAUNDY THURSDAY, APRIL 14 Reception of adult members 8r. Holly Omanunion, 7:30 pm. GOOD "narDAY, APRIL 15 —- Services at 11:30 to 2:30 p.m. EASTER SUNDAY . Early morning service and :lbrcalletast, with the Methodist church. of, Dickinson and the Pros. cooperating. Service in fire Winfield church. ill/flaming 11 am. a 1th, 10 (,2. baby girl and their daughter, Domino andfoapnm new, will be soloist for bum Martha‘s, at St. Joseph’s hm?! 5“ Cam- in The new , . , . h agrlval has heeni named Camber-r HOSPITAL NOTES ‘ new tomatoes zine Renae; has one and two sisters. ' New Baby Rudolph White, John Fedora, Mr. and Mrs. Kendall 1m Julia Wischow, Tom 101m; are parents of a baby son. born son, Melchoir Wertz, Lawrence! recently to them at Grand Forks, Carnelian, Mrs. Cliff Harchenkoj N. D. The new arrival has tWOJEannon Reece, Joe Barnaby. Ca- little sisters. Mrs. JOhnson is a sey Jone-3’ Deborah Roisum, Lax. daughter of Rep. and Mrs. DOT! ry Luedtke, Mrs. Patricia Kreut‘ Short of Beadh and Med‘orra. re- zer. siding in the Washington, D. C. SURGERY area. while Mr. Short ‘ attends c, E, Berger. to his congressional duties. Starting Homeward —— REMEMBER Mr. and Mrs: Watt Johnson arcvat‘CIearwater Beach, Fla, at THOSE YOU LOVED present, but in a few days will . be visiting Mrs. Johnson's rela- WITH A‘ tivcsat Mnay'svill’e, Ky., and then with be starting toward Beach, MEMORIAL GIFT stopping off at Master, mum, TO THE where Mr. Johnson will have a Mayo Clinic. at Ma ,‘very good news to their friends here. is. George Mas. Steve grime Choir Barsnsky, mm Manson, Mrs. 9 this service and the, choir will present a number. ;. Ed Krocger of Beltield will be the soloist‘flor Palm Sun. will sing for all MEDOM UNION CONGREGATIONBL“ Rev. C. Lee Blrdsall \ rl’astor' ' PALM SUNDAY “ 10:30 am. Worship Service. Themer “'Dhe Corning Con» queror". GOOD FRIDAY 7:30 pm. Candlelight Commun- ion Service. Everyone is wel— come. EASTER SUNDAY ‘ Special music. Reception of members. MEDORA LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Alton Johnson, Pastor PAMM. SUNDAY 8:30 a. to. 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