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May 12, 1960

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E I VOLUME XXXV 3IEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1960 NUMBE 52 If. l, Plan Rural Fire ' " Painted Canyon- " 1 nd Wins . ,Rodeo Here On Jessen Accepts Bid . Rnes Accor ed d ".'T Dept. At Belfleld . . . ' . CaIe i ow upen I -- -vFlshin" Contest .otit,o s are .o,v in circ latio, tVlemonal Oar I rom Jamestown Mrs George Basaraba and =r. Stanley Ralsler, for v rural f;rc dept. in the ~Bel- w c ~,H- V. J. Kubik ~l.ave recently leas-[ ,~ " - - t~oaen l avern oes:;e~t u~ ,Late . n The. fi, s~ing ccn4est sponsored he,d area. { On May 30, the :H~me on ~e noo,4~ h,h ~,~,~,d ,h ,on led a,o Local Merchant by Bre~VAe's and. ,the Goqden Val- 25 rura,1 residents were in at- Ra~rtge 'for Boys .at Sentinel 'Butte a'~itlon~'a~'~'~ea['*~basl~0a!il from Mr. and *Mrs. ttoy Neyesl tendance at a meeting tthere on, will again be the scene of some of coach -+ the Jamestown IN D ' ann ,mey are now open rot DUS- ,Last rites were conducted for ley Wildlife Chub last 'Sat. and iness. The ipainted Canyon Cafe Stan, ley R. /Raisler of BeaCh at 2 Atty. ~rm. Eiz~Lhthorst, Veteran's have.not ,had immunization shots ~istin4I of the mille relay, she4 Service O~ficer ~for the County of for this are advised to get them 9ut and ,pole vattl.t, are schedul- ~ill~rtgs spent ,three days in Far- A clinic will be organized .i,n the .ed to begin at 2:30 p.m with ,go a week ago ~ast weekend immediate future v~here ,booster ,the Junior track team meet .be- where he attended a, state-wide shots will be given to protect ,ing held in conjunction with the ~eeting of Veteran s Service children wttm already have had ,Senior High track meet. The last Officers. , w~hoopir~g cou,gh stats. Mamie Eisenhower Accepts Gift event, ,lthe 880 yard relay is ,schectu~ed ~or 4:30 gxm. Teams dwvited to the meet at BeaCh include .St. ,Mary's of New England, New England l:Mblic, ~Belfi0kl, Campus Hi of Dicki, n- son and Bowman. Area Development Report To Be Made One question which is con- stantly 'being brought up con- cerning the proposed area devel- opment lm~gram is, "What has been 'done," ,~-ha other areas similar to our own?" This ~ast Week &uring a ~elephone conversadrion w,ith (~len ~Bart~s of I)oane's in St. Louis, iwformation was re- ceived about the two areas in the ,l~lains ~ortion of Texas where, Area Developmer~t ,Progr~rrm are now, in operation, i,ette~ have been sent to individuals in both pt~ces end a complete ".report of their views and re,tings will appear "in ~he next issue. Wlta~ie Eiser~mwer , a ~ (N~ ~). (1VR~,I and Elevator was ~ffi~t of N. 'D. I,n~fmn buol~skin a, lso l~esea~ted to ~he First IJady. Minot Co. Awarded School Demolition Vakleraar Horde of Minot was the ~owest Ibi~der with his $3,250 after ~or ,the ,demolition of the Lincoln elementary ,sdhool, t.o be .torn down this summer .at Beach. The lbids were opened here :last Wednesday, May 4. Others wiho ~bid on this work were ~he Ster~tan C~nstruction Oo. of (~lendive, v~ho st~bmitted tl~ir $4,300 .b~d; the .Woods Con~ struetion Co. of New Mexico, $4,490, ~eeley-'Dveher, ,Beachi $6,37~, C~is ~dwell, ~eacK eqstivMeney Sept 19, '1957. F~e had spe~t .her st~bstantiaHy ~orrect but are sub- ,~th ,grades, with entire life in ,Sol,re.on. ~;he is survived by her pater- nal 'grandmother, tMrs. Victoria JOl~nson of Betfield. N. D.; her vnaternal grandmother, .Mrs. ,E~izabeth Til, lie'Josucks, of Stev- ensville, ~VIon.t.; her parents; two sisters and 2 brothers. J~u~ial ,was in the Salmon Cem- etery. Mrs. Z[lsdoH ject m revision .after the returns and ~Mrs. Gra~sgaard as ch'ivera ~or nom'eside~ts are credited to and chaperones, motored to Bis- their proper ~k~alities and other march ,Friday p.m. to atter~d the r6t~tine ~hecks ~ave ,been made. State Convention. 'Dhose in at- Alth~u.~h a s~gnificant rewision tondar~ce were Lillie Lindbo and is uII~ikely, .at, nor rewsion may ~VIary Ann Walter from t'he 8~/t possi~t~l,y occur after careful ex-.grade. ~heridan and Shirley amination of the returns. The of- Barnlhart, Peter Rice, larry fi~ial announcement of popula- SChaff. Doris Gawryluk a.r~d Ju- tion will ~e made at ,a 'later date dy Grafsgaard from the seventh by the 'Di.rectov of the Bureau of ,grade. Le~h Z~lsdo~f o~ the Me- Receive Awards the Census. Th,is inf rmat'i n'dora .school accom, panied me came. from Ro.ger J.Johnson. ,group m keep a dental appoint- At Convocation nt Equ',pme,nt for cooking u~str,ct Supervisor me 'l~e recer~t census count show~ 4ira,He receiving awards ' ~ meals and an assortment ol food that the l)opulation in BeaCh de- was taken with them as the~ at the ,Nll)ACs 25th anrtu~ ,Hon ' ~' 0hned just a %~ttte bem, g 1,446 sta-ed over ni'tht in motels ors 'Day Convocation on Tuesday, w ' ' " " " no,compared to 1461 m 1960. w~er'-"he" "re'-ared t~hei-" ~ue~'- May 10, m the ~ool of /~gri- ' ~ ~" ~ P w ~ u" a,~- The number of residents ~f 'Sent ~asts Othm mals we cu.~ture at Fargo were James 'Butte ,is ~w '154, compared to in local c~m~ ae,son of and Mrs. in Medo a now hum- T e- c He~m'y 'Helm of G~er~live, Mont " ~l y apim. . = bers 173 persons,compared to ,ml,~l~llrrl l~cli~n trl]|nao ~nd W'f formerly of tBeac~, who received 210 i.n 1950 The vensus of Golva - '-- a $200 ,N. (D. Seed Trade Assn " ~xeene. ltaey momrea ~o me was not released Wen the fig- Trainh-~g Sclhool at Man~lan and Sdh~lam~p ~,'h,ich was given for ures were made ~krmwn. the State Pen. near Bismarck. ,the ~irst time. 'I~ you ,are eerLain 'that you On ~Sunday, they visited Gar- Jan ~eterson, son of Mr. and were r~ot cou~ted in 'the ~bove risen Da~ and stopped at dVIrs. Mrs. Obert ,Peterson, and I~vin census, ~top in ,at the 'local post- Bares, son of ~VIr. and ~VIrs. o~ice, ,and tell them, and they Zilsdorf's aunt, ,Mrs. James Frank ~res, each received~ a wiB ,~orward t~e ~information on Olien~ at iKilddeer where they $200 Sears ~oobu~k Foundation i~o the-@v~m attthorities. If you prepared theix lunch as the rain Sc~holarghip :[or lare~nen stir- ~ve a :re'trice, ~iend ~ neigh- Suwday a.m. prever~ted them dents. ' her who was rat counted, telll ~t~l eating outdoors. However, " them to ,report "this fact at the ,the stm ~a'me out later and ~hey all .el imbed ,the Killdeer 'Wits Teache- s Accepted mstoffice, ,also. 'where they enjoyed the beaut- For Science Institute *Lowel~l C~tristensen of .Beach and IRObevt Grasser of Golva, are amortg the 70 participar~ts of the 1960 Summer Science Insti- tu'te at l~DAC from June 13 to Au~gust 5. The institt~te, made possil~le by a $93,700 ,grant ~rom ,the Nat'1. ~k~ie,nce l~oundation will enable It~gh sdmol ~ea~ers ,to broaden ~thei~ ,know.ledge in science and nm~erna~cs. The purpose of the~ ~Ir~t~ttte is ,to cover new subject matter ~,ather than ways and vned~m~s of teaching. SOCIAL SECURITY REP. H~ THURS, MAY 12 May 19 Deadline To File Petitions Those w.iShirtg ,to file petitions for political offices, so their name wi~l appear on the ,ballot, are reminded ,that the dea,d'l'ine for ,d~i~g ,this is by 4 pan on May 19. the petitions are to be filed at the County Auditor's office, a& the courthouse. MEMORIAL DAY DINNER S~HlgDULED The annual 8/Iemorial Day din- ner for the benefit of the Beach Cemetery fund will again be held this year at ~the Beach Legion Hall ~ollowing the Memorial Day ~'~ot oo~mcted who wish -.a~t in to,~ate ~ the dinner may do May 12,! m, or giviag t to Eva Wein- iful view o,f Oakdale and the contoured fields of Leonard Dav- is' farm. a f,0rmer FrYburg stu- dent, ~t~he group returned home ~Su,r~day evening, a tired but ha!spy ,burWh --. "It was just the most wo~de~fu,1 trip" was the sentiment o,f eac~ one. Art Hanson Dies May 8th