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1 THURSDAY, APRIL 14, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIO? EER. ,MEDORA, N. D.aJL church in Bea(~h, N.D. !Oroe : ]~; k ' " I--~ M. Keok.a,n,? re:" ~,:veral year% Command. 0 , Tt~e delegates were Chosen on .~:,T,- l J, ='~" [andwas an ass:s/ant attorney In April 1949 Kuh, feld was av- [ COINS ev. Loken T t " I ALC a proportiona.te from ommates l un:e|o for ,'. i ,ted gene ]. d. Convention :~o~ and [aynaen of t~e Ameri-I ! ~:S:ra:'cl: :tO:: 19~: tO 1'~9. sistant iudge advoea, te ~ene:a: can, EvangeLical' and Ur~i~ted v:'esmen~ L:.sennower reeer~tlyHe praobiced }aw at St. Paul for milLtary justice. 6"1A E~ g I One ibx) usartd cdele~ate~ chosen and nloved ~o N. D. w~ere he as- ~llltl AI~S van el, icaI Lu:theran Ohuvdhes In mmated Maj Gen At'bert M.' More recer~tly he :l~as ,bee~, P~epa, a,~tn~ x~,~ ~ ~uv ' was admitted to 'lhle bar in 1927. sistan, t judge advocate genevM of ]f:0m mree unitin, g synods will ~:'"~ *"-~" ;"*" ~" KuMeld a former Beach attor- ~oO! se~a] ~:2~!i~u~li! ]garher in Mirmeapolis la4e ill been red,lowed witlh gre~t i~ter-ne.y,as judge advocate of thei In 1930, hewas elected s~a, te's the Air, Force in Wa~iaxgtoea, a / April to form ,the Amei:iean est botlh here amt abroad by ob- Aw e,oree I attorney of Golden Val'ley Coun.tylpost he s held since ,Feb 1953 ]Lutheran C'hureh--,a new dehorn servers ,imertmted in C~xcistianI General Kuhfeld will serve a and ,held ,th~ ~position at Beach General .and ,iVbrs. Ku~eld s~il ]ination of 2: mil, l.ion Lu,therans. tmity. I la~,been c~l.led ltae most four year term st.art4ng April 1 for Cw~ lerms. He became an own their home in Beadh. D. and we will try to furnish [ To u~dir~g documents prepared signiffiea~t Lutheran merger sol assistan~ ,attorney generalia -~ with an answer or direct ~ during 10 years of negotietions far this century, i934 and served under thxee at- Will"rE gLEPIlANT ~IICTION you to someone who can. "I~e d~leg~t~s represer~t near- orney generals u~til 1939 when PLANS MATERIALIZING ay 5,000 oon~regatiorm, he yeas agl~inted c~airman o~ ~.~ ~ r :n ,~ ~. ~ ; the code rev:smn commission. started ,their pickuD of ReartS Each Coin Diff~mt KATKI[~ilN K~~ Ku~hfeld was commissioned a ,tth~t m-e no l~nger needed by From Another RE~S AWARD 2rid IJt. in ~e reserve in 1926 citizens of Beach. These will be To one who uses co4ns for K~ I~.utma~m, 6at!q~ter and was c~,~ed irrto feder-al ser-sold by an auetio,neer on l~e ~mter and trade orAy, they a~l of Mr~ and Mrs."Ikmy,If~at~an vice in 1942 as a 1st Lt. l~ast day Of sch~l. If you have look aldke, not so, to the of Sen~nel .Bt~te ~s '.been In J,u.ne 1943 he became an ex- any i.tem such as old furrA~re, m.~ist, aw~ a Jtmior Membev~ip ect~tive officer o the Air ~orce app:i ,aa:ees, garden tools or amy- To a boy of 7 or 8 al~ in the Avae~ic~n Short~or~a As- judge advoea~te of fae 5th Air ~Mng ~t all that is no more use .l~k Mike, and t)hen one day he socia~on, olde~t purebred live Force in the SW Pacific and a to you bu, t could be used by iq 14. We wa~tch a b~ of ants,[ stock o~i~tion in America. year l'atev -,was appointed judge some else, please clonate i to advocate ~f ~e 5~h Air Force. ~ auetion by calling 4178, they a,l;1 *l~ok one like the other Moves North of Beach --- }n Au,gust 1946 he received his 4522 or 4142. bt~t an entomologist could prob- The John Still,1 family moved regu~,ar comvn~ission m the judge ~biy see a grea.t difference, from their farm in the Sen, tinel advoo,~te genera'l's dept. He re-7th Birthday -- So R is with coins, each one Butte community to the farm. ceived ~tthe Legion off /Merit and E~ine Wicka, daughter of Mr. .is diffferer~t, omside of the oon- owned by Mr. P.O. Peterson, the Bronze Star for his World ,and Mrs. A~bert Wiet~a, celebrated d~tion, there are flaws such as north of BeaCh, this past week; GEN, ALBERT M. KU,HFEJ~D War H service, her 7~ birthd~ay on S, un~tay, Ap- ~i,l.led letters or numerals on -r-: I Kuhfeld practiced law in Beach ,Fo}low~g the w.ar, Kuh,feld ril 10. Seven small,1 f-rie~d~ at- some, or no letters where there Move To Superior -- in pm~me:-~hip with A4ty John served w, iCda the A.i~ Transport tended the supper in her Nm~r Nmu,ld be some. This is causedI Mr. and Mrs. Bob Scl~al andi a "/Ntldd die", m~ ~ha, t ,t~EV. ,A E. IX)KEN t sm~ll son. RiM moved I~- rn~ta~I ~ ilhe coin prevtioustly ~ill be adopted during the con eer~tly to Su,perior, M~n w~ich Win! Will struck sCuCk in the die and caus- stitt~ting conve~tion of the ALC is a few miles from Miss0ula. ed the suecee~in, g coin or eoinslApril 22-24 in the Minneapolis Bob is now an ern~loyee af a to vary from the pa%tern. ]Auditorium. bridge ccm~t~uot~on oorr~Pa,ny. The 'W~tle lo~ki,r~g thru some cents] Among the offieialdy designat Sc~,aals h, ave their own 4wailer a flew evenings ,ago, I found tmoled delegates wil2 be Rev. A. E home, so scouring living qu,art-! of ~e much ,ta~ked ~boutlLoken o~ ~"the, -First Lt~theran ers was no l~blem for thetn. I~B-I-EIRTY die breaks. Tkis is] i :' not a mispe/tl, ing of tile w~rd on] ,the face of the c~in, btlt a vertical '*blob" of metal *between ~the B and E in the woad and by stretching the :m,agin~ti~n, one could say ,that it's a B-I-E. This 'qtlob" yeas probably by the stress on the metal when bei, r~g