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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. ]) EDORA, N. DAIL THURSDAY. APRIL 14, 1960 f ~. ; $ , e:l ,A2' : ] t The F yb g Ne Eddie roeger, Mrs. P ul Medora School Notes ~e ~ ~JS Lo~felmacher .and .Mr 'I,heo. Barrow served ~he ,fellowsahip "['he. last lyceum program of ~Revem dinner guests ~t the Mr. and M.rs. H,arTv Coulter]dinner to the Y, ot~'t~h groups Sun. ,the season w, as presented on Ew~l Strand h, ome weI~e Mr. and ~re building a new addiction to eve~m.g. Thursctay, April "5~ at 1fine Me- LMrs. Alfred :@a~teson. Tom Lurid, tihei~ home. Mr. Dave Brennan] The Rev. J. A. W, itmer an'd Mrs. dora "[ow,n H,al.1. ~t fea~u,red Win. ~,i~-s. Cha-,is Lu~d, and Mr. and and son Dan h,ave been h~loin,g Wi~mer. are sper~ding Sh.e week Melnychyn, tenor and 1)onald Wirs. C. E. Bre@burg. wi~ the carpen, ter work. in B~l~mld (Sue to services on Miller, pianist in a program of M~. and Mrs. Dan C,hea~e had .Mr. and Mrs. Ore'el A.usbin [Thursday and Fr~,c~ay. They were c.~asmcal and sem'.-cl~asslca, mus- ~t'fieir dinner guests on Sun and fami~]y mOtored to M, arraarth (sinner guests ,~t tihe Verne King ic. ~MT. a~ad,M, rs. G~)rd~on (~headle on Sund~ay to visit Mrs. Au~in'~ 'Kome on M~r~d~y even,ing. "[,he high sehocd studen, ts arel e~d ~miiy of Glendive, Mrs. parents, Mr. and :V~rs. Gval~am. ] ~r. and M~s, l~ay Scheeler and all busy pra,o, ticir~g for Vheir (3e~. S~.hwin,~t and fanfi'ly and A rare ever~t occured at the'two sm~ vi~0zd Mrs. Sdheeler's se ~tmol ol~av Nu,Vs and I~l~t,c latex Ehrm~n,trau.t. Paut L~'felm,adher home Th~rs I mo~dher, M~. ~Le'lt~ Switlh. The which will be preser~ted April ~:Mv. and Mrs. Nick Oe, rural (say. Paul's mare, named F~ieka, Saheelers ~ive in Dickinson but 29~ at the Medor~ Town H~alL !Betl~i~d axed M,r. and Mrs. Verne gave bir~h to twin c(Ats, the wil~ soo~ m~)ve .to Wa,~ord City K~iag" c~led at t~e Chcadqe home 2arge~ o~ ~he two lfivipg onily a where l~ay willl be employed by du~ag the p.m, few hours. Dr. N,ovman Ontahl a ro~d eortstrue~ion emr~any. l a~t Sunday, M,r. and Mrs. of Dick,inson Who w~s e~t the[ ~L~ Jo Arm Mmd~teson, R. N. of ~au(~ie Prociv (Ida Brennan) of Loffelm, acher home .~h~/gk]y after Bis~ar~,<. spent t(he weekend at ~th of Bel~mld eraer~ained the /:he birth s~ated the dQtSble birth .the kome of her,paren, ts, Mr. n horse~; ~as vers' unusual,ar.d ,'~s.-A. E. Matteso~. Miss ~and~hM~l~wmgMrs. guestSLeon.ardat Stockewdinner; andMr" h'ham.o econx . ~leo Sc~,afer of B~smarck was ~on. o~ Armdon, My. and Mrs. Mrs. Leslie Fritz, census tak- a.'l~o a guest at the1V~a,tteL~ons. ~d~ke Prociv and son of Be.l~ie~d, er, called in tLh s area 'on q tics. A fire destroyed a grarmry ,Mr and Mrs. Bill Cam'pbeH and Mrs. Fritz ~t, ated t'l~a,t she had[ at the Gee. Soha~f home last dlarmly of Beach. Mr. a~dMrs been w~rkir~g 10 days as she Was]Tu~. I;t was rogorted t~.at 200 ~y Brenn'an and Mrs. Joh- given a large area in whic~ to young chOrAls were lost mt~e an~e. Reul. oi: Frybu,r~. con.tact ~he families, blaze. "l~e Scl~a.i~ live on the Mr. and .Mrs. (;erom'e Syman-- farm formerly owned by E. E. ~ki oI Amidon entertained lihe Martin who now tires near F, air- ~c~llowing guests a.I d:-mer: Mr. view, Merit. and Mrs. Lawrence guzalsky, Versa Tl~'o r~pso~, ~er~lyn ~.Mrs. Johanna Reul and daug~,tcr, Fen,g, Joel Hickey, J4mmie Hick- -~arce'~l,a. ey, Linc~a and Avld~s Newto,n NOTICE OF HEARING ON" ,'~Ir. and Mrs. Charles Noyce, leak part in Vhe Y, outh Fell~o,w- PETITIOI~ FOR APPROPRIATION OF WATER FROM THE ~{:ai'.y Lou and Charles of I)ic,k- :hip program Surrc~ay evening LITTLE MISSOURI RIVER in,sot] were dinner guests on Sun. in t~he Presbyterian c~urch. The TAKE NOTICE. th.a,t Stanley Ripley :Me~:iora, Norr.h Dakota has made ap- a'~ the Don Loffelmacher tmme. Rev. Witmer sh,owed colored !~4ication to the State Engineer of The twin babies Harold and H,ar- s~ides. Nort~ Dakota for a penxfit to divert lan received infan,t baptism by Se~rvices at t,he Pres~byiteria,n and appropriate water from the Lit- the M2ssouri River. l:*~c Rev. W.itmer at l~e Pre~by- dhurch will be at 7:30 p.m. on T~e pel2tion prays for a perrmt ~o tcr~an ChuTch ~und,av morning. Thursd'ay evening. BaF~ism. re- divert and appropma, te water from a Poin on the Little Missouri River Judy Jaborsky, x~h()s~ays with ception of new mere, bets and , eommumon will be ~bserved in ~he NW[~SW~A S~'tion 30, NEU~N'W[~ her gran@parents irl Bel,field to ' " " ' ' (~f Section 31, all in township 138 North, Range 10P. West the average at~tend school was a guest of Services on Friday will be at ofalalar ximatewater peram ur~tsecond Ofof 3timeCUbicduringfeet Jtl~tyNewton at the Roger New- 1:30 p.m. ~ne operating season, for each year to home on W(d. -- ! soAd permit may remain in force, "Ilhe A,pril meeting of the W, om-~ Gels Membership with an annual diversion of 164.6 en'sAssn. cff the Pres. church[~he Eltghorn Ranch of Meck)ra .a~re feet, for the purpose of irrigat- . ~ ~ . . ~r~g certain lands in SW~,~.NW~, .N"E~ was held Thurs. p.m. Devo~mns was n, am~d ~o me.mlbe.r~h'~p m the sw~, NW,~SW,~, SW,~SW1~. SE'~ were iea,d by Mrs. Thee. B~row American Herel~'d A~sn the SV~'~,~ of Section 30, Township 138 No~t,h, Range 102 West. a total of 82.3 Pres. Mrs .fames &]ienyk. chr. world's ~argest purebred registry aere~, all in Billings County, North of t~e sewing comm. d~.ap~ayed org, aniza'tio~a, w}Vh headqu~.~ters Dakota and as shown on themap a~c(~noanying the application. Vhe garmen.ts She h, ad p~,r(~ased in Kax~as Cd,ty, M,o. TAKE NOTICE, further, that the for a six year old girl. Sdae also ~te E~gineer will conoider said had an asso~mer~t of sewing sup- application in his office in the State (2~t04t~1, Bismarck. North Dakota on plies that would be se~t to a l'he ~th day of May, 1960, "at the hour of 9 30 o'cleck a'im on that day m, issi~n school JnAriz~orm, Mrs. at w~ich t/me.and place, all pers~rm B'arrow, w~ho was also hostess, i.~regted may presen their object- se~-ved delicious refreahmen~t~ ~or~ in person or in writing I~ated at Bismarck, North Dakota, Mrs. Carol Aust'in was a guest ~l~ 30th day of March, 1960. Mrs. Vernon Thompson will be s/ Mite W. Hoisveen Mile W. Hois~een he.tess for ~he M,ay meeting. State Engineer" Bismarck, North D.~kota '"'" '-"-"-'" W tad NoTIcF TC OREO,TO. an s THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE (~e JOHN REUL Deee.ased. WANTED --- Dozer Io fil narrow Notice is hereby L22ven by the un-gauge D2 C~terpiH'ar traoto~, de~igned executor of the Last Will Ray Tasker, Beach. * 30-31~p Testament of said deceden~ to Pioneer in North Dakota Progms 0 USS MONITOR "CHEESEBOX ON A RAFT"- LAUGHED THE CONFEDERATE SAILORS ABOARD THE SOUTHERN IRONCLAD, Vil~MN~t, .45 THE UNION MONffOR STEA]~ED UP HAMPTON ROADS TO MAKE BATTLE, THEIR LAUGHS SOON CHANGED TO AMAZEMENT AS THE "CHEESE- BOX" TURNED ON ITS BASE, BRINGING 7WIN 1 I-INCH GUNS TO BEAR. THERE, IN 1862< THE WORLD P~ ITS FIRST LOOK AT A ~BLE GUN TURRET! THE FAMOUS BATTLE BETWEEN THE