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The VOLUME XXXV Fire Guts Rube Clark Home Tuesl Fire of undetermined origin partially destroyed the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rulbe Clark, locat- ed in south Beadh, next door to line new brick home of the Bob Helbl'invg tamily. Mas. Hellbling heard a noise like an explosion in the alternoon, and looking out the window saw dark smoke coming trom- the roar of the Clark hlouISe. Beam volunteer firemen hur— ried to thescene, but only a few of them, wearing masks, could enter the burningstructure, due to the. dense, choking smoke. They found the kitchen was a mack, charred _mess, everything in it being completely ruined by the fierceneess of the blaze. A new model electric range was almost unrecognizable as such, and cupboard doors Were burn-, ed to jagged fragments, the cell ing was burned away, and only .3 portion Off the structural tim- bers remained. The owner, Rube Clark, was at work at the Beach courthouse at the time of the explosion and fire, and his wife was in Wash- ;nglton, D. C., where she had been called 2 weeks previously by the death of her daughter's hudband. Mrs. Daisy Burlums,‘ who has an apartment on the second floor, was also out, visit~ mg at the home or: her daugh— 181’, Mrs. Randal Thompson. The tire spread to other rooms surrounding the kitchen, but was brought under conltrol before It could do too much damage. The awoke and intense heat, however, broke mirrors and win— dows and blister-ed paint and varnish in all the other rooms at the home also, melting cur- tains and ruining thefinidh on immune, Walls and woodwork, and die water the fire caused other damage to the building and its contents. Bead: firemen kept a vigil throughout the evening, until the Windows could be boarded up, other the house cooled down enough so that they were rea- sonably sure the' fire would not break out again. Mr. Clark was deluged with otters of hospitality that night, accepting that of his old friends, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Curl. It is said the damage by the fire was only pmttiafl'ly' coVered by insur- acme. ___.._._... Honor Student—6f Golva High Named Doris Einneman. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roman Finneman of Golva, has been named vale— dictorian of the class of 1960 . ‘ 5. . DORIS FINNEMAN Golv‘a hid: sdhocl, accord- ing Supt. Howard L.‘ Mack. has been very active during her tour years of high president. has chemdeader 2 y, on the Student Council 1 r paper 2 years, band 3 years, anomalies 2 years, and dim-us years. .sdiodLSlheismeseniordlass m-rzrsm arm'- mr rucxmo HORSE Leonard Wirtzfeld, son of. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wirtzfeld or the north Sentinel Butte area, suf- fered a serious neck injury last Sunday afternoon, when he was. bucked off the horse he was rid- ing. He was rushed to the John- stone' Memorial hospital. Alflter treatment, and 2 days hospitaliz— ation, and fitting of a neck brace, he was allowed to return home MUST NOTIFY 586,0? omnsmr cannon Producers are urged to noti- fy the local ASC’oHice of any ,2 . in operators or owner- crummy-i0: to seeding MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA New Bowling Alleyanocks Down “unknown Nearly Completed 14,182 Pins Twice Ernie Stark Hurt When Horse Falls Ernie Stark, rancher of the Carlyle, Mont, community. was rushed to Baku Work has been “€919.11.th on; er, Mont, a few days ago whenlme interim- of Sonne-k’s he was critically injured as he; bowling lanes in Beach, and if horse on him, and the saddlel new six lane a’l‘ley be 0p. horn penetrated his abdomen tale.“ by the end of 1,11. the ihtescme- ,; Tlhe intricate ceiling features: ‘D‘OCCOFS at Baker sent him 3 the latest in indirect lighting and, 0“ l'n’ll‘fl‘ldlately to the H01y§sounclproofing The alleys hlave' -Rosary Hospital in Miles City,lbeen assembled by experts and IMOM': Where Surgeons Operated'laid into position and leveled. successfully, and has now return-g at present being completed. 801 to his Fallen home t0 00“" Another feature is the turn- lOf the late Mrs. Bury oflcmne ofif fihe underflva convey- i or. A second crew of experts tRites For iautomatic 'pinstpotters, Which: L .they Will erect and adjust, somel rs- ‘ ompson {of them staying even afiter peo; :ple are bowling on the 1, ; , , lto finished the final adjustmentsl ,Laura K. Thompson of Medoxa, Watch this paper for the am, 51960. at the Lutheran churclrllnouncemem 0f the Opemng 0f: iMedora, with Rev, Alton John-i , . . . .cludes overhead projected scor—i ,clude-d Lester TlS‘Ol‘, W‘l’llllllaln‘. \‘ , . x . i ‘ I s Sylvester, Chi Otto, Dick Andetfling that Will be in usc for the! . . the boWlers themselves during5 IClirristonlson. Ilnltermenlt was in, , V I Y ‘ “he Medora Cemetery. Mrs-{toninament and league play. at Once. He DESSEd the criSl-51'Ilhe underfloor ball returns are; ,valesce. Mrs. Stark is a sisterlnable ban pack afiter the balls‘ .Sentinel Butte. ,will arrive shortly with the six 1 Last rites were accorded Mrs.‘ lanes” ,zat 2 p.m. on Saturday. April 9.; ithis completly automatic Allle son officiating. Pallbearers inibowvl'mg auey’ w‘hm’h even m-l SOIL Johnny Remy. and Wanterlbenefit of spectators as well as l'llhompson succumbed on April 16, at 3 a.m., of a heart condition. Survivors include her husband Rites Solemnized 3332:, time “‘33? For Mrs. Waldahl‘ . mu a Being consistent seems to be bowling. DanielsonK Monday night I the Tuesday night Glendive. Montana. 1 Mr. Dan'ielson ended the sea-l Glendive last week, bowling, 84 lines in 28 nights during the. season. At the Beach Bowling" Lanes he also bowled 84 lines in 28 nights, finishing this past Monday evening. In Glendive Mr. Danielson knocked down} 14,182 pins in the 84 lines and rolled a 210 line at Beach this: Monday for a season total of 14,182 pins. All of the lines men— tioned in this item are officially scored and sanctioned by the? American Bowling Congress. ‘ Can anyone figure out the odds against this happening. Darlene Bride N. Jones ' St. Paul’s Lutheran church in: Beach was the setting for the wedding of Miss Darlene Wirtz- feld, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Wirtzfeld, Sent. Butte, to Norman H. Jones of Gilendive, i Wirtzfeld ( Lutheran . League of St. . the rule for Chuck Danuelson of: . , =ley Kawtzmann earned the right I new Beach when it comes to his flav- Ohumh 0f Beadh w’m be hOS‘t to orite sport. . a rally of the Missouri was riding after his cattle. Hlslfihe present trend continues, theibowled in (he Zone to ‘be held at the church} V V gin Beach. Registration is to be: league at Beach, N. Dak. and In. gin at 11 and a noon. meal will.» league at, be served at 12:00. , . {at 1:00 with the theme of thel son at the Glen Bowl Lanes 1ng day beng . Minn. “a few days earlier, and speeding; Pioneer THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960 NUMBER 46 lZone Rally At St. {Paul’s April 19 On Tuesday, April 19th the Women’s Missionary ‘ Paul’s Lutheran! Slope l The aflternoon program begins’i "Elected to' Serve". Uri-its to be in attendance will include Bismarck, Mandan, New Salem, Dickinson, Glen Ullin, Belfield, Beulah, Hazem, Hannov- er, Halliday, Zap,’ Golden Valley, and Beach. All local ladies of the congregation are cordially invited to attend. Fined For Sentinel Butte Gas Theft Ben Hough of Breckenridge, was released from theI Beach jail Friday, April 1, adter‘ paying ‘a $58.40 fine and costs for obtaining gasoline at By’s Service Station in Sentinel Butte? away without paying for his purchase. They had in loaded re- volver in the car. The larceny charge was ‘heard in Judge Geo. Secley’s court, and Bough and two men companions were held in jail, the others on vagrancy charges, but the two men were Ray, at Kent, Wn. Willard and Cleve preceded her in death. A sister, Mrs. Sadie Ray of Durand, Wise. also survives. and four grandchildren, and four great- grandchildren, and many friends. ers. Thompson was born in Nelson, Wise. on Aug. 8. and attended schools in Manka- to, Minn. She was married to Claim Thompson on Jan. 2, 1908, at Evansville, Minn. She was a resident of the state of N. D. for 30 years, and resided 25 years in Medora, N. D. Steering Committee Met Monday The steering committee for the newly formed Agricultural De- velopment Assn. mot Monday Funeral services were accord- ed Mrs. Grace Waldahl of Sent- inel Butte, on Saturday, April 9, 1960, at St. Michael’s Catholic church in Sentinel Butte. Rev. lW‘i’lliam Rushford officiated at {the requiem Mass at 10. am. ‘nalecarcrs were George ltidh‘ mond, Peter Wirtzfeld, David‘ ,uavidson, William Johnson, deb Allen, and Carl Johnson. Inter- ment was in St. Mary‘s Ceme— tery at Golva, N. D. Mrs. Wal- dsahl succumbed April 5, 1960 of the complications of age. Surviving Mrs. Waldalh'l are her ,daughters: Mrs. Charles (Elsie) iAlexander, Oouer d’Alenc, Idaho, {Mrs William (Viola) Barcel,‘ ‘M'lnlneapollis, Minn, Mrs. George" (Hilda) Schultz, Van Nuys, Cal- iifornia, Mrs. Henry (Anna) sev- Mom_, on Sunday, March 27,1 released after a couple of days, ated, at the double ring ceremony?FBI me“ Who Came here 't0 in- at 2 p.m. Baskets of pastel colJ/‘e‘l‘l‘o'gme Houghv or snapdralgons decorated t-he' The men were PiCkf-‘d up a few altar, lminutes otter they fled from Miss Mary Ann Wirtzfeld of Sentinel “Burma, When Mr- H0' {or her sister, and . I_rene‘sli’s office here, Zinin [then not- Wirtzfeld, also the bride’s sis—:lfying the fillings County Sher ter, and Mrs. Eleanor Jandt were 1“, Ted come“, Who set up a bridesmaids. Robert Polivka, mad block, aud- nta'bbed 'flhe me'n served his friend as best man!a 511°” mime J’a'ter at ’uhe AHd'TeWS and other gentlemen attendants'oree'k‘ bridge ZinSI’i and Eddie .were Vernon Sk-artved and James Lorenz,wem ’00 mefit Come“ and J. Kessel. The bride was glivenl'flhe pranem’, taking “My 0f in marriage by her father, and “hem '3’an ‘bmngmg‘ “hem '130 the was attired in a floor lengthEBeal—lh‘ lafl- ‘ ' gown, styled with a fitted bod- A“ Fm mm mm “‘9 Wlllls‘ ice with Peter Pan collar and to“ mean “WWW days. m long sleeves. lBeaCl’l Weeks a’E‘O Wed. & Thurs.) 'llhe bouffant skirt of tulle.qumuon'm'g Hflu‘ghv ‘35 they 51-15% was trimmed with a lace insertlpec't that he may be Involved: 1.960. Rev. Kermit Kaczor ottici-‘after cooperatmg with pdlice and= ' Oh-icago, Ill, was maid of honorigfiboom Ray Zin‘i Honor Students With an avcrage of 2.85 Shir- to the Valedictorian of the grad— uating class of 1960 at the Beach high school. ‘Elhirley. the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kautzmann Slumber KAU'I‘ZMAN‘N of. Beach. attended all 12 years lhere, starting in the Lincoln el- ementary school and finishing at {the on of her class alter com- pleting her high school work. David Baler, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baker of the Beach rural community, is salutatorian of this year's class, with an overs “DAVID BEBER age of 2.70. 'He plans to study at}? High slit—3d evening as guests of the Beach eroid, Glasgow, Mont, Mrs. Don- Lions Club. Following the Lions ald (Dorothy) Evans, Sentinel meeting, business was discussed Butte, three sisters, Mrs. L' yd, and seVeral new ideas planned. lYates, Sentinel Butte, Mrs. "ry Of major interest wastfige $895"Br0Wn,”R-odhester, Minn; rs? which has been collected in the Clara Schumach-er, Bismarck, N past week. More funds are com-‘1 DaK., 12 grandchildren and seven ing in and starting next week great-grandchildren. She was pre- the names of all contributors will, ceded in death by one son, Don- be published. All Mose wlho ml ald, a twin of Mrs. Dorothy‘EvU ’vest money automatically be- ans, and her husband, Ole. come memlbers of the associa- Mrs. Grace Wlaldalhl was born tion. Nov. 26, 1884, in Wheaton, Minn. A major phase of the proposed and came to the state of N. D. area development study is to determine typical farms that rep- resent the different types of fiarm situations in the area covered in 1907, and moved to the Golva community. On March 30, 1910 she became the bride of Ole Waldalhl, at the home of their by the Association, including all of Golden Valley County, and parts of both Billings County and Wibaux County. Professional farm managers, economists, engineers and other specialists will be called in to work out realistic expense and income figures for all tanning posizbilities for the area. Upon completion of the six month study, each participating flamen- and rancher will receive his own copy of the “Handbook friends, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Johnson, in what was ithcn known as DelMores, N. D. 'ilhé‘y moved north of Sentinel Butte where they continued to reside the rest of their lives. She leaves many loyal friends who will dharisli her memory. Jamestown College Play On TV Thurs. The Jamestown College dra- . ,, matic department has announced for Planning its coming production of Strind- Her fingertip veil was arranged from a se'ed pearl embroidered, crown and a bouquet of stem-5 otis centered with a white or~ chid, and pearl earrings com-1 plated her costume. Attendants of the bride worcl pastel blue lace sheath style frocks with net overskirts, and carried cascade style bouquets of blue carnations. A reception followed in the church parlors for 60 guests, given by the parents of the bride. After their honeymoon in western states, the newlyweds will be at home in Glendiye, where the bridgroom is employ— ed as an orderly at the N. P. hospital. The bride, a graduate of the Beach high school, class of '56, was a comptometer oper- ator bedore her marriage. The bridegroom graduated from the Dawson County High School, and served three years in the U. ‘5. Army, holding the rank of Sp. 4. There were a large number of out of town guests at the wed- ding. Remodeling ‘Don—e, This Handbook contains ex- beng’s play “Eastern, We in pence and income figures fiolr all the cast mmude Miss 30AM farm and ranch profit opportum; lFeldlhuaen fiormerly trom Beach, ities cormd’ered. who will play Mrs. Heyct. One of the most valuable. fea- This Play Will be produced on "tures of the book is the section TV this Thursday, April 14. on containing price forecasts. Plan- «tbe Valley City Miss ning tor the tum isn't mmvd'dlmn and, the other omn- www.memm, :iolffliecastwillbeinthe . ,wallbepmvidedbynoaneptice. research Tabla will rum ADVISED TO contain price forecasts fior all "A! IEAVER NOW commodities considered in the and ranchers in this report. area are advised to trap beaver now if they want to cut down Hardy Used Car Lot on damage by these animals luat- . . at on. They will be wise to take Fire Destructlve , care of such damage situations What appeared to be only a mhe now that: could develop later in , year. 'llhere is no closed sea— grass fire did many dollars worth son onbeaver, and no restrictions of damage at the Hardy Motor on .how many may be 'wken’ Company’s used car lot this according to Ed Bry’ Dist Game Saturday, April the Some warden ~ children _were seen playing in the lot just before the grass fire. g." for (mi, __ started to get out of control; it mm“ Wham Vmived‘ spread quickly. under a used We the first of the week and combine, resulting in extensive ' damage: . .wmiviait A‘ quantity of' new combine lbw a“ short parts just -retumed ed, Ethe pamtgcftyvbefiore We trip " sown ahe; Beach "Were spent a portion sod the winter called, and +96% “the in aimed it very l went on up to Trotters where he . Urbanec’s Reopened Residents of this community and OM have registered their whole-hearted approval of the very attractive, complete remodd cling of the Urbanec Cafe in dgwdtown Bomb, .Wh-ich , is now e"; 'r finished- The pleade- co’verdd padded and stools dfl natal-rive iii time for'lhe gala Open have a. week ago on and isrmwtstate director of the Saturday, but are now here. The Cafe now ranks with the best, both in appearance and in the quality of the food served there. The Urbanecs have receiv ed scores of congratulations on the wonderful improvement to5 yea“! 9’95“th Hailing” 00' their restaurant, and we sincere- ly believe that every word of praise is fully justified. l enact wrm asc on oversaw norms Producers who intend to ov- crseedfiare urged to check with ASCW Office relative to *reguletimisg .(l V my ‘— , chhney re- in-fieach Mime. mellow-n3: 2 We” um. élzami‘ . pie-engineering in college, while ,Miss Kautz'man will study medi~ "cine. Beier attended the Beach High. Sebodlplhmr years where he liasfi-beenfiactive in band, Candidate For, A Commander chorus, several small ., music ‘ .groups, and served coneditcr 'Rlalp‘h T. Shults, Mott, news—lot the Student Cry. paper publisher and World Warl Miss Kautzmann took part in II veteran, is a candidate for the‘ chorus. run, [’41. (flu-b. Debate, office of Dept. Commander of t‘he‘Jr. Class play, Girls' State, at- N. D. American Legion. ltended «two math and science In addition to serving as man-summer camps, was co—cditor 0E ager and editor of the Mott Pic-i the Student (fry. and In class of« in other crimes. Ralph TT‘S‘huits neer Press. weekly newspaper at‘ficer for tth‘eC years. Mott Mr. Slhullts has been and: RAMP}! T. S’H'ULTS is exceptionally active in many’ community and civic affiairs, particularly in Legion and Boy Scout programs ' . . He has served as comman er ngst. rm“.wwtem= Remove 00mm; of the cute #8? L-pttbliaity mm, BOY Scouts: " ‘ other activities and'awarm on his record: include the following: Member Mott City Park Board since 1953, past president Mott ~U0ns Club and secretary past Fair Assn, honorary member of Future Farmers of America for outstanding ,Lfgs‘e’rvice' rendered, past. devik; District chairman of Boy Scouts and Dist. Comm. past 5 years, awarded Silver Beaver Graduation week will begin with baccalaureate on Sunday, May 22. and commencement will be Thursday, May 26. May 2 .15 fl Growers Deadline 'Woolgrowers are reminded to file their applications for pay~ ment under the 1959 program on or before Monday, May 2, 1960. 'zProducers are eligible for payments for the 1959 market- ing year for wool and” unshoru lambs marketed during the per- loci of April 1, 1959 thr‘u March 31, 1960. Later marketing will be elig- ible for payments for the 1960 year, Drodu-cers. should be sure they have: tiled applications for both wool and unshorn lamb sales. Attend Mating, I trauma nurse'Mrs. Hazel Bauer, and, B. 'P.,Brumvdld Spent last Wednesday and Thurs. in Bianmck 'where they, attend ed mearmual TB meeting. Mrs. Brmavcfld also visited her son, Arlan and family, while there.'.‘, ' B. Roolcwood, District Direct or '01 Revenue Service tor North Dakota, announce today that the last day for filling federal income tax returns has Camel} of Boy Scouts in’1958, and. many other local and state activities. III!) World ‘Wlar II he served in theJEurcpean'meeu-e with the U. 6. Navy more: Arm. 18 For .0. , rmuuss ,‘L‘; an open house been extended to April 18th. Since the usual filing date of April 15 tells on Good Friday, a legal holiday, the time has been extended to the above date.