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April 14, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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April 14, 1960

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' ‘ MARIO LANzA “‘FOR THE A FIRST TIME" l l This is the last picture Mario Ionza made before he NOTICE—Adm: Adults 80c, H. 8. students 50c and llllllllllllllllllllllIlllllllllIlllllllllllIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillll THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAR. 1 Friday and Saturday, April NOTICE—All children 3 years and older must have regular admission tickets if accompanied by an adult and 30c tickets if not accompanied by an adult. THE 8th WONDER Manon); LUTHERAN cmmcn ___.___— UH“...- ilII 99:3 KERWIN MiIHiws IIIIIIIIIIIII co slam" RlCHARll {YER "£55.... Immqu lllllllllllllllIIllllllllllIIIlllllllllllII|ll|llllIIIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllll will be we soloist for Palm Sun. died. children 30c r l llllllllllIIllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllll|llllllIlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllllllellllllllllllllllllIlllllllllllllllllllIllllllllllllIlllllll|llllllllllllllllllllllllllllIIllIlllllllllllllllllllllllfiI , ‘ M Beverly Kirkpatrick and Mrs; Following a delicious dinner" ' y-v ‘ .I I r ' ' '.I .ixw ‘ 'g The W ATOM" 8 Om Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bowen were ter, Btiisie Livingston of .Glen-‘ supper guests at the Addie Ali—’dire left onFI'iday‘to take in .t'llel “ N dorson home in Medora on l"ri.;Icc flol‘iies In:_,M~iimeapolis, anirhoppeiu I Ii 4 Ellen Ostenhotit and her sls-fl‘rom there they will no to liar; Lawrence ’l‘Isor of l.;iiii‘ol.f111§ JUfimld 01.52am. (rinse. Wise. «to visit relatives. lMontana and family \"i‘l'i" bli‘lil'} DiIWayne Delmar llllnli‘lt’ were Dickinson!Slanin club on Friday. F I ‘ i (Eda w a s and Viola Ray. Mary Gilliam andling of the Queen City Coin iandi I attended, by :flla-rry Roberts, Mahalon Everetts (,‘lydo E Alton GOOD FRIDAY 7 p.m. Worship Service. iEASTER SUNDAY ‘ 8:30 grin. 'VVorsl‘iin Service. 9:30 Sunday School Rev. Jelmsor, Pastor lllllllllllllllllllll‘llllllllliIlll‘ll'lllllllll"ll‘lllllllllll Sunday momma “em-w at the?” 31"“ “A. “1" 1“” 'lis‘” “0“” mm?" W" 1'0 WM“ MO“? 3:30 pm. master Fellowship [m “mum”, ‘ ‘4 ‘Vl‘d " MW l \‘ lll‘" "l"11l’l-ll‘(‘>al'dln7 sumni“ em l ‘menl l in. t1. {Raisn‘iu‘sisens wwere Mi'.‘ “1 1 fit 01¢ A' N “"p ‘3‘” _‘{ V 5 U p 03’ Igathering at the Bible Camp. for gun“ Mm L. D, McCutchgn of on V ’lisor celebrate ins “ 7am .R‘ay Reichert and Hank Brownysunday school Children, their EBc-auli. ~-\I: ‘\ birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Leo oi: Dickinson were callers at themarenm members of the I i V‘i‘olzu Ray returned to Mede ira on Thursday from points wes lwhere slho had spent most of the. SUNDAY, MONDAY! TUESDAyiwinsto‘r.'On the way home she 17-18-19 «picked up 'Maizie Lovell of Se—l attic and Mrs. Katherine Reilly THEGILIIIIIDIIIII l of Williston, and Les and Ruby Tisoi‘ of Medora. on Monday. I begun. of Muescity who we‘re on their *Harry Roberts. Bessie C“. 1:1", Friday night. way to Gladstone to attend the . ,4 . .. . shoppers one day last week were dinner guests at Grace: $31391 Hamlets M MD" Frank Tlhey all enjoyed dinner at on: C-vlremlba trailer south of Bel—E )' of the cafes while there. field. Grace came to Medora‘ il’r‘reiid‘a Hinkle, who is current ly living at Grand Junction, Co~ Iorado arrived m, M940“ 1“astitlhe ran-ch on Friday. She will Sunday evening. M‘on' Wain“! 1,3 “3mg “ugh Mfary stay at the hotel in Medora until ‘8' .Gl'mam' pen‘d‘ln‘g 50m flnalysome time in May, when she will buglne$ mama‘s m “ms “Ugo to work at the Chateau. ea' She When rewm to JIacine Anderson was a dinner Gl‘an'd Juindtmn .w‘here 1}“ 3°" guest at the B. H. Wilson home Russem' ’3 gamma“ Mm the in Sentinel Butte on Friday.r U' S' Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson *and wm‘ m been received that Mrs. RIde were guests at the M12. emigeogagggiMai-y Gilliam home on Sunday Hm mg. “as; 3., W ho p . l aflternmn. smlm”wem 0f Medom , passed The Lawrence and Ray Thomp— aW‘aV 93“ mumday at Auden N- son family all had lunch at D. and (that funeral services were Lena Vanvigs following the IU_ hem (misfit . lneral on Saturday. 03ml MdBIride is to drive Lars .— Wllfl EVER IJVEll! tint & DIMIILI' Harmon Olstad brouIJhi MEDORA UNION Rev. C. Lee Birdsall Pastor GOOD FRIDAY ion Service. come. EASTER SUNDAY 10:30 a.m. Worship. Special music. Reception of members. Everyone Juanita Organ} and Juanita Organ were Beach Hairy Roberts and Bessie OIlstad; his with them that-night and return~ lmotlher. Bessie Olstad in from ed to her duties as teacher on; CONGREGATIONBL CHURCH 7:30 pm. Candlelight Commun- is wel- A cordial welcome awaits all. and Lena Vanvig to Dickinson -” on Tuesday where they will oatdh a train to Ravendon, Ark. Tlhey will visit 'their daughter Mrs. Gllen Olson and her family while tlhene. Frieda lfii-nk‘le and Mary Gil- ‘hlaim drove to Dickinson last 'Ilhumday Wiltlh Lil. Van Doren. ’Glai‘y Leppaml: has come irrt’mm the Cornell ranch and has gone to Wonk fiorlvtzhe State Highway department. He is staying at the Butt Anderson's. ' Dinner guests at the Mary Gil- liam home omssunday were Lars and Lena .Vanlx'rig, ‘June and and Tlhoruald Vieland. and Erie- clIa Illin'k‘le. ‘ Jackie Anderson was a Dick— inson shopper on Monday. IMII‘. and Mrs. Milford Vianvig wordyBIiaznarck callers on Tues. Wihille ImexgwMillfiord went thru the Clinic; ,9 Mrs. Juanita Organ was hos- Itess at a cililioken dinner on Sat. evening nor a group of friends. Good Friday services will be held {rt It’he Congregational Christian Ohuroh in Medona on FIIidIay when the members of the Sentinel Butte church will be guests of tlhe Medora organizav tion. ‘M’l'. and Mrs. Leo Ray attend. ed bhef‘uneral services of Mrs. Frank Reilly in Gladstone on Thursday” Wm. W. Eichhorst WHEN SPRING ‘ IS LATE I I moment in bitten—- when Samson pull: down the hugo pug-n temple! in not a. othLtE'S’HmI-DEWH" iiii‘i’in- MATURE SANDERS .i . iAIigé'I‘IRI-WILE‘EAON ~lEClllllBlllllR° Ind Dim by “CH 1 02ml.“ W01 has! may. x 4mm. mat Damn-m); ma uni-MM! “new MWMWMWMW UWMMWBHI I {hull-mum L. O You need the shorter growing time you can get with Elephant Brand Fertilizers. WED. APRIL 20 The HOT ROD GANG meets the... Tests show crops mature up to 10 days earlier when you use Elephant cans: or mum"! noin ‘ ‘ Mum“! Fair * Martin Braddock girfl'geh‘dfi "ml 0mm in ANAMERICAN INTERNATIONAL PICTURE 3 1’ 1.5!;- D noxious '. wannzsmiu THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SAT. v A ~ find '- APRIL 21—22-23 wssnflglbzgflsnnu “"0" water soluble IT'S A JOY RIDE All. THE WAY! unnomtowmmma patents ’ AN ARCOLA PRODUCTION I "airing Glenn FORD Denier ' AMMONIUM PHOSPHATE FERTI LIZE RS Egs‘zalglishod; ,midwesg company awarded" no 3% ‘ ” go:- in ‘ 'j‘iT‘fSeegyour‘ Elephant Brand Dealer now . couluco PHODUCTB. mauwm, r V zxcegsw: v.1. nus sum to: “ambit s v . IALFOUR. sin-mu: . cm. mum. um i ‘ . . mm: pom-LAN: mum: "'/* W VII-an? CINEHASCOPE - thom’qn mum! £010 cums I ANC ILII I!“ ‘ I 'l‘isor of Dickinson. Lyle Tisor court house in Medora on Monlgafion and friends‘ ’Iho Park Service at Medora}TUESDAY called back some of its seasonall *Mrs. Les Fritz of rural Bellield employees last week, and cleanI‘F completed the census in Medora up and maintenance work was‘iTHURSDAY 7:30 pm. eder-ation. Women‘s l‘dissionai‘v' No confirmation class Apr. 21 BELFIELD PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH Rev. J. A. Wilmer .GOOD FRIDAY. APRIL 15 Services at 11:30 to 2:30 pm. EASTER SUNDAY Early morning service and ‘breakIfiast with the Methodist church of Dickinson and the Pres. church cooperating. Service in the Belfield church. Morning worship 11 am. Dapl‘nne Doty will be soloist for “this service and the choir will present a number. the floral print sundress as seen in Ingenue Magazine riaiiilLER JuNons II A "51:0"15; ran-d memorials BRIGHT BOUQUET. and the choir will sing for all} the services. i . CARD .0?" THANKS We wish/to .thank our Medorai ‘friends for the floral offerings, for our: mother and grandmother. 1 Josephine Rousseau 3 Mr. and Mrs, Bud Anderson. i I HOSPITAL NOTES; SURGERY { Karen Maus, Golva. ADMISSIONS Gary Leppart, Mrs. George Pet~ erman, R. H. Welsh, Mrs. Harchenko, Mrs. Paul Bunke, Rev. Marvin Buck, Richard Beg ger. Leonard Wirtzfeld, and Jacob Berger. SOCIAL SECURITY REP. AT BEACH APRIL 14 A representative of the Bus— marck office of the Social Secur- ity Adm. will be at the count- house in Beach on Thurs, 14, beginning at 10 am. in 11h forenoon only. A man may blame fate for his bad l'uck—Ibut HE is responsible Mrs. Ed Kroeger of Belfi'eld for a home run or a hole—in—one. ‘ Heroinesiirettymot of flowers to brighten youtwarm- weather wardrobe~Joan Miller's print ‘must” with skirt. Beautysmaking acceiits include *a calla-color cummerbund . . . pg scoop of neckline; Ii‘In lightest, pair-cooled like a breeze! Choose from Red '6: GreeniSizes Q'that