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THURSDAY, APRIL 19, 1962 The Week Around Medora Mr..and Mrs. Wm. Eichhorst Trotter ranch on Saturday and. and daughters went to Dickinson returned, to Medora on Sunday to call dn Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur evirtg, Bailey. Mrs. Eichhort&apos;s sister- .Mr. 'qnd Mrs. Ted Cornell and in-law, Mrs. Floyd Bailey and her c0rett( Called on tte ,Pat son, Jimmy, from Redwood Falls, OP'iet W on Sunday. Mr. and Minn. were guests at the Wilbur MRS,: Dean Roh and children Bailey's. I were also visiting at O'Briens. Earl and Gary Bird and Lars: Mr. and Mrs. Milford Vanvig Vanvig went to the Beach hos- were in Medora for a short while pital to see Dr. Bush on Sunday. ! on ,.Monday and then went to The Vic Johnsons are enjoying Beach ater a load of feed. a very pleasant visit with" their I Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chase were daughter, Peggy, and her family shopping in Glendive one day from Anoka, Minn. i!ast week and on the" way home Sunday visitors at the Ted they called on the Keith Moore Kirkpatrick's were Mr. and Mrs. family 8t W.baux, Mont. Lawrence Kirkpatrick from Sent- J Mrs. Einar Tong entered the inel Butte and Mrs. Doug Ross Bismarck Hospital for treatment from Powell, Wyo. ion Monday of last week and on Sheriff Ted Cornell will exhib-'F riday yeas operated on for a it two paintings and one pen and very serious kidney infection. Mrs: Fong is seriously ill and will remain at the hospital for ink sketch at the North Dakota Petroleum Art Show in Bismarck on April 27. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Zubke and Mrs. Raether from Grassy Butte called on Mrs. Anna God- frey on Monday. The Billings County Selective Service Board held their regular meeting on Tuesday evening. Mrs. Eileen Eich.hort and Con- nie and Mrs. Laura Grafsgard, Judy and Curtis attended the spring concert at Belfield on Tuesday night. ,Rev. Lee Birdsall accompanied by Mrs. Ellen Osterhout and Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen, drove to Bis- marck on Tuesday to call on Mrs. Einar Fang at the Bismarck Hos- pital. Mrs. Edith Carlson and family from Miles City were Sunday vis- itors at the Steve Chase home. Joanne 'Leppert and Sparky Trotter drove out to the Hun Bijou THEATRE BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA NO SHOW ON VDNESDAY NIGHTS Sunday Matinee  2:00 All Night Shows  7:30 THURS. - FRL - SAT. April 19-20-21 NO SnOW There will be some remodel- lag and painting done at your home-town theatre--to make it a more pleasant place to come and relax. SUN. - MON. - TUES April 22--24 some time. The Lutheran Ladies held their regular meting in the church basement with Mrs. W. O. Christ- ensen as hostess on Tuesday eve- ning. Dale Eichhorst arrived home On Wednegd, ay verdng to spend the EasteY aeati0n with his par- ets.i ........ .: :Mk-. and ,Mrs. Vf. O. ,Chris'tensen wri, to Bsma!?ck on Thursday morning and Mr. Christensen wen't thPotlg the Bismarck Clinic on Thursday ahd 'Friday and Mrs. Christensen visited with friends. Mrs. Juanita Organ had a heart attack on Tuesday morning and was taken to the Beach hospital by SherLff Ted Cornell. She will be in the hospital for sometime fo: treatment 0n hurd evening members of te Cirat DeMores staff had a .sueprise lmrLy for Mr. and Mrs. Iarryl/roberts. The evening was spent in visiting and Mr. Roberts showed .the pictures he took while qtt wst last winter. Lunch IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII $11L Evening Shows $:00 P.M. Sunday matinee at 2:00 p.m. SUN. - MON. - TUES. ApI 22-23.24 ITEIIE FOHREST ANUV THE PIONEER. MEDt)RA. IN. I)AI Easter Seal Drive I Golva Band Rates I The students of the nds April 22nd ":[2nd At Festival concertGrade andfor ttightheir School friends last Sunday Slevie Taylor, Devils Lake,/ Among the many bands taking the Town Hall. The 1962 Easter Seal Child symbolizes part from B and C schools in the music is under the the many volunteers who will be JDi, strict 8 Music Festival, Satur- Mrs. Gwen Lorenz. conducting lily parades on April day, A13r. 14, 1962, at DSTC, was 14 and 21 .for the Easter Seal So- the Golva School Band which ciety. With an assist from Arthur rated a II Superior. The Golva band is composed of 37 mem- +bers, many of whore were be- ginning instruments last October. The youngest member of the band is a 4th grader in school. The many friends of R0b Bares will be interested in knowing that his school band of Belfield received the only I Highly Su- )crier rating. Mutt received a I minus. Mr. Bare',s group appear- ed in the Honor Concert that eve- ning at the college. The Golva High School Girls' Chorus also entered the choral groups. The chorus, oranized this year, received a III Excel- lent. BILLII4G, t :tl I_INT' was served and the group pre- sented Mr. and Mrs. Ro!oerts wth a wedding gift. Those present were Mrs. Elsie 'Larson, Mrs. Ada Sylvester, Mrs. Polly Ueckert, Mr. Art Mogle, Mrs. Steve Chase and Mrs. Maude Boicourt. ,Dinner guests at Mrs. Edna Tisor's on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Tisor from Dickinson and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Tisor. :J. Rulon, Jamestown, 1962 State John Griggs was an overnight Easter Seal Chairman, Stevie guest at the Steve Case home urges you to wear a lily on lily on Wednesday. i Ted Cornell has taken out his petition for re-election to the of- rice of sheriff. Hospital Notes BIRTIt: A boy April 11, 1962 to Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Maus, Golva. A boy April 15, 1962 to Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brown, Sent- inel Butte. SURGERY: Mrs. Lee Summers, Beach. i NEW ADMISSIONS: Mrs. Mable Davis, Allene Thompson, Clyde Meyers, Otto Nordin, Lyn- ette Janssen, Mrs. Agnes Maus, Mrs. Dayton Jandro, Joan Hel- sper. Mrs. Willis Banner, Knute' Stanger, Anna Marie Uetz, Tom, Quale, James Jandt, Florence Faching, Jerry Fischer, Joe i Barnaby, Martin Schillo, Mrs. Richard Knopp, Mrs. 5uanita ! Organ, Ed Slater. i parade day to aid in expansion DEATHS: Mrs. Mable Davis, If services to the handicapped Beach; Mr. Otto Hardin, Beach. of North Dakota. The campaign continues until From California Easter .Sunday, April 22. Your Mr. and Mrs. Melvin "Butch" contribution in the lily parade Nelson, San Fernando, Calif., are and in the .appeal envelope spending their annual vacation which was sent to you will make here visiting relatives in Beach lit possible for more direct serv- ices for the handicapped to be WANTED AT ONCE--Man with esta'blished. If you did not re- car for Rawleigh Business in ceive an Easter Seal appeal let- Golden Valley and Billings ter you may send your contri- Counties. Buy on time. Write button to Crippled Children, care immediately to The W. T. Raw- of your local postmaster. leigh Co., N,DC-300-3I, 1000 N. Third St., Minneapolis 1, Minn. Social Security Rep. 40-8te In Beach April 26 FORMALS -- Large selection of beautiful, formals. Were $17.90 A representative o the Bis- to $.50.00. NOW $3.00 to $17.50. marck office of the Social Socur- Get yours wile there is a nice Sty Administration will be at the selection. Resale Shop, 257 4th Golden Valley County Courthouse Ave. SE, Beach. *31-tf in Beach on Thursday, April 26, 1962 from 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 DEAR FRIENDS! It'll pay you to non. wri.te for our free, instructive, People living in Beach and he complete 'list! Irv Hanson's neigh,boring vicinity, who may Nursery, Willmar, Minn. be eligible or insurance ,bene- "32-2tp fits or who wish to make inquiry regarding their rights under the -- --- "-- program, are invited to call on \\;  // him at that time. Brlght0000 .............. Water from covered wells sup- plied from underground forma- tions and properly constructed so there is=no danger o surface water washirtg in are +safe for hum, an' ad livestock use in case INK MATCHES +'+ UP in a ralabow .,)\\;l p---,-.., of severe radioactive fallout. of beautiful ______/--/+ _!] Work Safely- Live Longer: hues to suit (,-. , Carelessness Can Kill You! every woman's  > , taste. Did yOU [\\;". ,/r  OPPORTUNITY know that Can- ' " ada majestic  MAN OR WOMAN mink is bred in 13 natural color- ings ranging from natural dark JULIET through taupe, topaze, sih'er blue, PROWSE sapphire and pure whhe? One of the newest "mutation" shades is majestic Hope  a natural blue- J + THELMA beige mink that is especially love. lllTTEli ly for spring. Each of these shades is achieved througti breeding, not dyeing, and is such a complex pro- I dlln + KEN cess that mutations occur only once in every quarter million JGqlll _00++IIIP [_SCOTT mink born[ What's more, these rare colorings are just as long- lasting as natural dark mink and J 1![  lih,.. for will years retain to their come.riginal beauty E Never try to remove crumbs lently, as this may damage the fine IS A FAMILY PICTURE  wires, Instead, use a soft brush. Tats Ix. KEEPING YOUNG. We will be giving away I//i'lJ1J f"l;' STERS SAFE from ,,<'=II.  accident is a full some FREE show tickets here  .k./ time job for ihe iheatre on Easier Mat- ,,,,,,  r_..  every parent. inee to 10 lucky children. 6q SAUL:e {Ot OAN HANS[N o.2.  Follow these The sho will let oui at ...... "  tips tohelpedu- " '" '#" care your child exaclly 4 oclock you will ' - ' "  to prevent mishaps: Set up tea-' ,get ottt in time o go t the THURS. - l="J. '= SAT. sonable rules of obedience.'Speak Scout East Egg HunL and I ' April -27- . [ to your youngster truthfully and find soma eggs with some ] .......... '+i:i + ++ .................... , ..... J consistently, and in a firm, calm mere show tickO* and many I II .... . .... '"i I voice. Set yourself as an example or nice #u oa  i J III OllV In   [ of a person who thinks of safety ::K:=D==?=:IT. I @linuillllJl [ [ first. Also, see that y0ur home hllllel' that llo medicine chest is equipped with the first aid supplies necessary for " = trea#;ing minor cuts, scrapes and al r V'vvvvvvvvvV 1 : "  | [ burns that do occur, hshouldin. dude adhesive tape, sterile cotton /---/;--//-=//-//=-/ --/l :#i+. I I and'bandages, a tube or jar of I / +*- + scissors and an antiseptic. Jvlonuments ,o,, + =.o,+ parsnips should be cut off be/ore sole / "A I the vegetables are stared; they Mau ums from the roots, lealqng them u,ilt- drau) the moisture and loud value n ed and limp, !+ 00,oor, a, I WHAT APRIL SHOWERS do for yz." May flowers,  ---" your family's /..'; F irst Quality Granite I  ] io."rainYcanday"doSaV'for a.+/+lJ" Moderate price- I ll-l!ll i y"rf"mre'em''+people who say llflllt...*"_.il includes complete j  so are bankers, members of the American Banker's Associatio.. service -- placing I  I ho have ,...,a om .=ieri: ence with millions of families thac remt' out of life..A big reason whey is compound interest whicll Mr. and Mrs. J i I  you, mon, ow for yo. , . ".mli o. o t w,a i., Wm. O. Johnson i I $7,117, of which $1,917 is interest. 876-4311 I 1 I -wm aammat ia twen yean's t To learn more about savings and Sentinel Butte, N. D. J jll n inm'ad oth= md.. pmb* lilliliilili ilillliillllliiliilllllllllllll, '," :py " publi<atin" - "Personal Money Msnagemcnt.'" From Minneapolis--- Mr. and Mrs. Robert and daughter, Kristi, from Minneapolis last to spend a few days at ental home, the L. D. ans. Mrs. Savage is Marlys McCutchan, and band is a coach and er at Robinsdale Jr. Visiting At B"Lsmarck Leaving here last Bismarck, the James .baby Lynn. went to her hometie Don HenschelS. fers returned to Beach day, with Mrs. Ulfers remaining with her other week. ORIGINALS, t STYLE 2987 $13.90 Fringe Benefits:::, tteliable person from this area, A slim sheath for summer ..... detailed o,,[Y to service and col,lect from ,auto- the fringed patch pockets and string tie bt_'.'8 matte dispensers No selling. Age fabric ..... a textured homespun of rayon and tl not essential. Car, references, and ..... , delightfully coo! ..... so easy to. Car 4 sar$Y.)7 tl'kigurC;Pwialkl;73t oYOIolni.ke the colors, too ..... F,:za B)ue, il + eTLc?;nunimt:lYoicmF:r 'IPo3:] + SI T  n k  C / ipntrtic,la%s.gret:h?)e " lon: 6i,] i; L    D I Richfield, Minn. 33-1tp j .: ! . WELCOME BACK TO Painted Canyon Care 1+ --=-- who will manage the cafe for their third season [  + RANCHERS AND FARMERS ARE INVITED 0 i,-[ -- STOP FOR. A LUNCH AND COFFEE BRE?K. [ --- . Folks m Billings and Golden Valley CounUes .r.,! invited to bring thew friends, relaUves and otltO| -- guests to visit the cafe :and see the beautiful ean.Yi [ - view and while here take them through the beautiftttl  park drive. + " Chicken and Shrimp Dinners served : VISIT THE WELL STOCKED GIFT Slq[000 ' where you arc welcome to browse aroulad. " r i i If : + ' If : + " JUNE and ROY NOYES, Prop.  !11111111111111111111 U!IIHIH I IIIHilIII I IIIIIilllllllllllllllltltltlillllllllllllllllll HIll Ill Ilil