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May 19, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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May 19, 1960

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THURSDAY, MAY 19 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY. PIONi ER, MEDORA. N. DA , BEACH. NORTH DAKOTA WEDNESDAY -THURSDAY MAY 25-~ YOU WILL SEE Sun Mon Tues. MAY 22-23-24 d: " JP JP 't If you liketo relax with real honest to goodness laughter - and forget all your worries and troubles - THEN - don't miss this very excellent picture[ Rodeo Announcer SEVEN Medora Joan .W, hite and Doris (Murray IMrs. Ted Cornell, and Mr. and Com~nit a fabul'ous $4,000,000 attended the ttmeral services held IMrs. Arvid Scott were 'Dickinson robbery -- The suspense will for CRt~y' O"Brien at Belfield on sh~ppe;s on .Sat. I hold you like the point of a ~Monday. Jay Bee F~esner called at the gun --- Edward G. Robinson. Mt~s. Victoria Johnson o4 rural,Ted Cornell home in Medola on M RBkRETO'BRIER,STEVEFORREST England ~n 84.mday and will vis- Grace O'Tremba spent the = ~oys :wa,eaect tsrone r~cung tins =-- " it with ~her son Allen and his weekend v~smng at the hotel m -~ Medora year wm De ~on tlarrm:gton o,~ fardLl:~ ',f,~t) ~. ~iloka.t time ,~ . I Butte, Mont. Don competed as an[ SUMMER SCHEDULE-- Elim{ Ostet-ho'ut, Mrs. Francis' .he lx/~y v~mnes, orc n. w~.~inter-collegiate cow, boy previous play a~ me graclua~mn trance at Boyee and Walter Osterhout,' to ~raduatin~ frmn the U. of One show eech n4gt~t at 8 p.m ghoppod ir~ .'Dickinson on Sat. ,the town hall in Medora on May Mc~nt .l~t~r c.or~nPfing ng a l~rn Sun. iV~at. 2 & night 8 p.m. Mr. '~nd ,(M#a:!~.~Ot Kirkpatrick 26th. .fessionat co~boy in ttmed and took ~orses, to Ft. Pierre, S. D. uurtis Grafsgaard, son of Mr.! ;.a;~ v ~ t/ ,~. rs ~l on ,Friday and returned to Me- s ~ ana ~vlrs. Art t, ra~sgaarct or lyre-knowled,ge of most every top ~ d~ra ~he N. P. ,for treatment and observa~tioa informed. welding @r~ epent ~he day vis- and was released the next day. iti~. g: ~tt ~ ~I. C. ~asmussens. Co. Supt. Beatrice Thomas and First Grandchild --. q[~l@ Lt~.~ra~Gadies Aid met Co. Heal~ Nurse Hazel {Bauer Stack RhMey, well ~own in ,~he ~b~ment of the ~urch visited at the Stevens and An- on Tuos4~ evening, near ~Schools on Thurs. rancher of ,the Medora conmum, ity was in Beach this Monday Mm, ~i~ Ostevhout drove herI *Baccalaureate Services were morning and Cook delivery of a sister, ~ie Livingstonto Gle~-,held in Bel, field on Sunday for new Ford pickup from Brea~les. dive one"Wed, and w~ile there the 1960 ,graduating class, and He also stopped in at the News had a ~heCK up at l~he clinic, graduation exercises will be ,held office and informed us that he 'l~he ~tobert .Murphy's returned this ,Fr}day. Those from Billings ~s now a very proud grand~ath- ,h(yme(froin a'trip to Gardner andjCounty that will graduate are er. Mr. Ripley's daughter and tBozema~t, ~,~-tt. on Sun. night. Milan Ingman, Dennis Swenson, husband, Mr. and Mrs. Mike ,Harry ,Roberts. Bessie Olstad,/Patricia Kordot~owy. David An- Robertson w~ho make their home LUTHERAN CHURCH Rev. Alton Johnson, Pastor BUN'DAY 8:30 a. m. Worship Service. 9:30 a.m. Sunc~ay school. ~IO~D~Y Badlands Lu, th. ~Bi, ble Camp evening to attend hhe :Rair~bow Clean ~J~ Day. *Potluck dinner, lin~tallation ~eremonies. Miss T~USRDAY ]Marion Olstad was installed as 4:15 p.m. Confirmation. [Worthy :Advisor tby her father, l~I~n~Olstad. ,Her mother pre- FeR SKLE -- Baled upland prai [~el~te~ !her witch a 'B~ble a~d her fie ~y from S. Dek. Del~vered} visitoi's ~/We her a corsage. Re- in truckload lots. Inqu,ire Mar [~res~mea~tS were served a~ter the fen Jetv~g re~idewce located in cerea-a~ny. . second ,bl~c.k west of Metho-I T~e~ar~.VanVi,~s.a~uiMaryGfl- digit ehu~-x----------------~ in W~baux, or h~rn visi:ted at ~e, ThorvaM Vie- Phone V ibaux 37@1. " 31-tic lands }r~!,Beavh on' 'Sunday. gery only three days before, at Sunday Guesls .-- l~he 'Providence Hospital. He is m Sunday di, n~ner and supper Room 383, there, and undoutbted- guests May 8 at the Ray Clouse ~y would Poe ,pleased to hear from home incl'uded Mr. and Mrs. Wal- 'friends ~back home. Mr. Hardy ter Schwartz, Mr. and Mrs. AI- was sent from Bismarck to bhe fred Schwartz and ,Mrs. Cora Coe hospital in Seattle, where an ex- all of Belfield, Mr. and ,Mrs. Carl ploratory operation revealed tha Sohwartz and family and Mx. and his illness was not of a malignant Mrs. Willard Week and family nature, w~ieh is very good news all of Dickinson to all of his friends, who will be[ expecting him back home soon, Simplify ~hoppin, g by w~tch-- ing ~e barga~ms offered by lo-" cat mer~han, ts in ~ks paper. Home On The Range For Boys A haven for homeless and neglected boys of all races and creeds, at Monday, Memorial Day, May 30 EVENTS START AT 2 p.m. (MST) See The World's Best Cowboys NORTH DAKOTA'S TOM & JIM TESCHER, ALVIN NELSON, JOE CHASE and DUANE HOWARD and five of Canada's top cowboys. ,Mrs, ~'.A. IMallory,and Juanita~heluR, Joseph Kessel, Vernaat Two Dot, Mont became the D H ringt Organ w~nt to Beach on Monday Thompson. Marjorie Dennis, Er- parer~ts of ,their first child onon ar on, announcer vi~n 'Smith, Donald Hlebichuk, April 10, a baby boy Who has Loretta 'Hanson, Dale Ei~h, orst, been named Jay ~Viichael. Proceeds for the Ranch Building and Furnishing fund. ~Mylo ~HeHiekson, Karen Paasch, ~ . and Delw:wn Thomas. ~Surgery Ove If you cannot attend this event your contribution to ~Mrs. ~Pearl Zitsdorf and Mrs. Jim ~ardy ta~ked on the tele- provide additional accommod,ttions for more homeless ,Laura Grafsgaard who ,teach at' phone with his son Dick in Beach = and neglected boys may be sent directly to F ,r:~burg took their stt~dents on .this ~past Sunday evening, and ~ HOME ON THE RANGE, SENTENEL BUTTE, N. D. |l a trip to ~Bismarck on Friday. They was feelir~g very well, consider- U " ~::: left after school that evening and ing llhe fact that ~e had had ~ur- ,~- returned on '.Sunday -~:| A former Billings County res- M-]JHWjHHjHHHHHHHHHHHHHWHUHHRHwu[m~HHHH|HHHH[UHUWWHHHHHUH]I~[H[HHHH[I ident, Jack Larson passed away t Sunday, Monday, Tuesday May 22-23.24 Adm. this show: 75c, 50c, 25c. Sponsored by St. Bernard's Guild starring/~N,b(|t; RO~II~IR SP|~:IaL 4 OtA1~| ,~I~O)ION Spencer Traey, Robert Wagner an~ ~ti~hard W}dmark in at his home in ,Bellingham, Wn. on {Monday. Bob iLarson who re- sides at ,Fairfield w~t~h his sister Mrs. ~oy [Lillitbridge and Harold La.rson, formerly from Fairfield and now living in Fishtail, (Mon- tana left immediately for BeN lingha~ to attend the funeral services Mr. and ~Irs. Lars Varrvig went out to the Vanvig ranch with the ~'.~ord VaRvigs on Sat. Johnny ,P&il is working at the ~V,m Sytvester residence putting on a n~w roof and do}ng some other rapair work. HOSPITAL NOTES ~r. arm Mrs. Eugene ~Ynith, bey. A~ISS~ONS-- ,Walter ~Feldmann, Bridget Ec- kes, G. aM. Brown, Mrs. ,Bertha Waldal, Tony Lardy, John Mc- Caskey, Rex ,Knight, and Mrs. Lee Sum~ners. 1 1 111111111111111111111111111 Thursday, May 26 Medora Town Hall = Music by the Ray= O h. APPRECIATION 9 st A free sundae (either chocolate or strawberry) for every grade and high school student and teacher in our trade area. Your little brothers and sisters are included. Be sure to bring them along. get free coffee anddonuts at the Theymay havea glassof milk or a soft drink' EP they cannot drink coffee. Tellyour parents. HODGIN'S UEEN BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA immmmgHHHmmm