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E:a 7:2 !' EVENINGS 8:30 P.M. Except Sunday 8:00 P.M. THURSDAY, APRIL 7, 1960 r TIlE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDOKA. N. DAJ The Week Around Medora Douglas Aird. tSaymtmd Meycrs ,ff Kel~t. Wn ~topped m at Me- ,and How,ard M,al,lory drove ~: d,'wa cm tiheu" way back l'tome eastern Mon,t,an, a last week and on M~day. They had been wG r(~turncd be Medora t;h~s we(q;.- i[irtg ,;*llh~tr mother Mrs. bau, ra end. 'Fhon~l of ,~amestown w~ho A'llen C. Anderson of the Cit- h, as b,eeul seriously i!! with pneu- izens State Bank of New EnP.- morea. land was a business caller at The Ted' Kirk~patrickswere '~e court hou.se m Medora on Monday. Norrr~an Ot~ase of rural Medo- Organ took care of t:he Chateau " NOTICE OF PUBLICATION ibis vvPi{irlgis stil,[ c.Ol2fhted Io ~',t. )~]ol'(s. [ N. D. INDUSTRIAL COMI~ISSIOI'& :,!~ bed. t'h'Oqtt,is s,pending a few! BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA (o. .qubu.]h'atrlc'c L. 'l'l~on~;~ ,v : ~ ;<,in Ip Med~r:l. ] The Slute f N:)!'th Dakota by its :li'I(ll::itCt Lt ,~}l(}l.)l lllCC[illg U.I :~ crew is btlsily engaged hi Industrial Comm=ssion hereby p.Ivea }~(,tllt'ld on Moudgly c 'cmn,a, v(:m~!cicly relnodet, ittg tile dirt- av.ce t)~.su~m~ ~. law and t.e rules (, itit]t[>I{.ilLlk a,~,~: ct r('tHly ~}'l~ t'0Otfff,~i~ t:he l{oug0 R,ider~ and regula,ion~ of said C~numsston plo /luJgate(l I le 'vund.~r el 1.~lv, t,a- ::~O'it~gv~ilt.l her :~e~her--Mrs Cafe m Mcdm'a. A new floor is lowing public hearing in b~,h, PLtv~na t):,adtht!k m Boil'](lid, bcng 1,aid and a very pleasar~t ~llle 9:30 m Aoril 19 1960. m I-~[earln g }tOOIII. btate Capitol, Ill Mr:< C adc,huk was confined Io t:aint sOheme ts planned for ~he Bismarck North Dakota. lne h aspital : ,',}3oi.:i tl wccl,: ttg9 mtmior, Ve~a Reil'ly, ~he roaring- STATE OF NORTH DAKOT. TO: All named parties and persons bti,[ is l](-)%v I'CCtl,I-)el/illllP. [il hO!lliel'. repoflts tt~at the cafe ~11 be having an5 rlgm, title mte~c:,t ~,:- dinner gusts of l~he Don Alber- Wo, d ires been rcct ik cd lha: open for businesa ~'hortq~. claim m ~he following case and netlh}~s of Set, tinct Butte on Sun. Arvid Scott and Virginia McaMi.1- Mrs. aua,~lta Organ and Grace notice ~) the public. CASE NO. 351: On it nloI1on Of tee Corn n,~ ,~ , "Pile V,r.+ A', hga:tlorys and l~}lefl !an were united in l~}arriage at C, tremlba dl'ove in Dlckt'nson on consider the reasonable market demand FOR SALE -- M tractor, good shape, read)" :,) go ll]it 2-r,)>, corn euItivator. Aliis-Chahner'~ 2-row corn p',ant, -r Ed Sar*~*. Beach. 28-4,~p t~a 'has been d~ir~g street repair O~tezlltot~t ,at~tended tthe open Olendive, Men, t. l, ast Sat. A tur- Friday n, igti~t and after hav~rtg for crude oil to be produced in t/~e ,and ma, m,ten, anee work in Medo- h ottse ~elfl a,t U,rlaanee's Cafe in thor accau,r~t of t~he wedding will din, nee Vhere. took in a rural state o4 Norfl~ Dakota during the I pa w;ith his t~aotor a,nd sel~aper. Beach on ~aturday. appear m a la,ter Jsstle of t~he toaohe~.; meeting, proration period beginning at 7:00 A~len C~o~ o~ Kee~e. N. Dak 'Ilhe ".b'l~,l Gl~ws of E~id. ,I:aper. a,m.el2 1 Mas, 1966, =al,ted on h'iends in Medora on Merit. #@er, t a few days ill Me- "I~he Vern A ndersons and the CARD OF TI-IANKS N. D. Industrial Commission John E. Davis. Governor. ~a~ctlrday evertir~g and Sunday. dora ~a~t weed(. Mrs. W. A, M,al- Leo Rays drove to Rapid City, 'We wish to take t,his means (It) Tom Plu,mley visited at ~:he lory ,head .a coffee party for S. D. on Sunday to visit bhe Fred of tlhan'king al,1 our neigh:bets and m,me of his aunt, Mrs. Addle Mrs. ~ and a smal'l group Wii,:,iams. "l~ey returned lo Me- Sriends for t~e lovely cards and Relurns To Beach --- knde~son in Medora on Stmday. o~ fri ,n~s, dora on Monday. lebters, visits, pl, a~ts a~d flowers, Mrs. N~)~a 7~bel has returned ,]%4w. and N~rs. Ray Thn 6rovr~ ,to Medo~a ~o ~i~'6~ '{h~e ~ e~kend witih 4*is ik~l~. On Stmday he came down w[t~l the flu and at e~oe4m~t~ ~,9~i ctrperatin,g in Bismarck. q~heir daughter Mary Runestrand took them kome and returned to Bis-I roarer o'n Sunday. 'Sid 1V~m-ray returned from Ar- izona on Monday. tie had help- ed Tom Ol~en move ms stock and person, el bel-(mgin:.~, dowrl t;here. '11he ladies aid t)f lilt( k'OtltlI'c-t a:ath)na, l church in ietm:'a n>'t at their Chtll'L !1 t~l~ [ O0-;{{tly P,I - l CFYi()OII. "1 tit' OCCdS lt*lI WaS tile "~VolllensGift ProKram. A pot hick lunOh was held at O ~).nt. fol!owing thL" mvctiny. "Hm Earl Birds ca[led rnew dattg~rtcr. Mrs. 1-kwct'l y Kick- patrick in Medora on ~aturday. valesence. Ohris and Ida Rasmussen r NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR APPROPRIATION OF WATER FROM THE LITTLE MISSOURI RIVER TAKE NOTICE. that Stanley Ripley, .Mad(!ra North Dakota has In0,de ap- plieatiun to ti~e Stale Engineer of North [Jakt)t:] IOf (/ perl~lI tO divert ~llld appropriate %V&IL'F frol-tl tile Lit- tie ~l h-SOU rl [liver. "rile 'Jell{ton pI'-Id"S ['O1 :~ peI'Ylllt I ~ ,d,ivert and appropriate water from a ~t)lll[O1l tile Little Missouri River In I~/eN VI~S VI~ Section 30 NEI tN%Vt ~ ('f St'cti::n 31 all ~n t,~wl~ si~,ip 138 Norti~ Range 10: West I nt average ~tp[)rt)Xllllate alnotlnt of 3 etlbic f2et q~hey D0ave St'aptlY21 bhcir trip alld of water per second of time dttring tt~e operatlflg &easoil, lET each year I fftlOUld be honle so.on. ~ ,~aia permit may remain in force Nlug.g~s and ~hirley Vnnv:- with an annual diversion of 16:t.6 '-, :" acrefeet. for tile purpose of irrlgat- were Beach schoppers ell Mona, a)' ine certain lands in SW~NW%, NE~:~] (3aeol McBride. Addle Aa~de~- sw%. NW%SW1~, SW%SWta. SEt, SW ~.~ of Section 30, Township 138 son. and AIlice Le, bo were all North, Range 102 West, a total of 82.3 dil%ner gues, ts at the Mary G~l~am :acres. all in Billings County, North Dakota and as shown on the map b.ome on Tuesday. The oceasiolI aeeom~anyir~g the application. was M,m. Eel)o's birthday. TAKE NOTICE. further, that the Lyle Wyck~ff pu%led t~e trail- state Engineer will consider said application in his office in the State er house belon~dn, g 1:o (31iHord Capitol. t~ismarck, North Dakota, ore Sol*berg t,o Bel~ield on Sat. the 9th day of May, 1960. a*~ the hour cf 9:30 o'clock a.m. on that day, Mrs. Vietori, a tohnson and at which time and place, all persons Jt~ar~J~a Orgai] were dinner guests interested rrmh, presen~ their object- ions in pe~,ovt or in writing. at l~e EHen Ostevhot~t home on Dated at Blsrr~arck, North I~kot~ Sunday. this 30th day nf Maroh. 1960, s/ Mile W. H~isvee~ Harry Roberts transacted bust- Milo w. Hoisveen ness in l~ism.arek on Monday. slate Ertgineer Bismarck, NorthDakota ,DuPing his absence Mrs. Juanil:, (April 7-,14-21-2~ SUNDAY. MONDAY. TU]~DAY ~%9viI I0-ii-12 WBDNr/iLq~AY ON~Y, A'PRIL 13 JOHN A. DAHLGREN "DI-IU, RS~ATf, laR~DAY, & SAT. APRIL 14-15-16 OFTEN CARED THE "FATHER OF MODERN GUNNERY'; JOHN D~LGREN' RE~OLUTIONI72D NAVAL ORDNANCE IN THE 1B cO'S well HIS INVENTION OF A STRANGE- LOOKING, PRESSURE CURVE SHELL GUN, APTLY CALLED T/~ "SODA BOTTLE." FIRING A 9-INCH SHELL, MADE POSSIBLE BY HIS FOOL. PROOF BREECH LOCK, THE "SODA BOTTLE" BECAME THE FIRST MAJOR WEAPON CHANGE IN NAVAL GUNNERY IN SEVERAL HUNDRED YEARS THE FORERUNNER OF TOI~AY'$ MODERN GUNS. DRESS-UP DuET perfect anytime, anyplace ! $17.90 J A LLER JUNIORS as seen in Mademoiaetla Eve.niag.~mtw~s start at 8:00 p.m. S ua~a~,ma%in~,e at 2:00 p.m. call *LOWER PRODUCTION COST per unit aCT.U$1Vt ffOR Day-into-date fashion that's bound to snare more than a fair quota of compliments-Joan Miller's fanciful teaming of jacket and dress! The striped bouffant bares its shoulders prettily with the slim string straps delightful on its own perfect combination with its rub-hugging jacket il crisply contrasting white. Both in washable, easy-care cotton. Blue, Gold or Green-all with White jaeke . Sizes 5 to 15. FERTILIZERS . . because each bushel, ton, cram ~r bale of crop eo~ you less to grow. Elephant Brand fcrtilii~m give you L.P.C. -- Lower Production Cost per unit and extra profit. Your Elephant Brand dealer is tim man to see. His know- ledge and advice will be really valuable to you. Contact him soon. " IT PAYS TO CHOOSE FROM THE ELEPHANT BR~4ND L/N " 13-13-13 % 27-14-0 10-30-10 AMMONIUM (Ammonium ULPHATE w=,o o b F E RTI LI ZE L- @UlrlfRIl[ ~ * M INN EAPOI~|t$