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[] VOLUME XXXV MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA rHURSDAY, MAY 26, 1960 NUMBER 52 . t ppy Dy T " " Sp Fund Started For M rl | :t R. Miller Is Fairfield FamilvPo a o Be iGolva emo a q Gov. Davis To eak At Home On The ------ " ' y281 yF ' " Mem, Day Speaker Following Fire Saturday, Ma Da rogram Range Rodeo On Memorial Day I A rural airfield man, who was " " I . . I * Jtesidents of this area are allipulled Crom a blazing 'building The American Legion Aux I " FW Post 4306 and ~ts Au.xfl-!,t i-, . I Governor .loan E. Davis will molted to attend the irtterestingby his" wife" early Sunday morn!announces mere wiu oe a numb- iary will dam ~vtemorial Day rllffnway lt'al;rolmen ,I dearer" a ~Memorlal' Da~v address ~lemorial 'Day services at the t ; ;o h,~i+ol;7oa o+ nl Uln~, i er of ' volunteers from the 4-H servmes Monday, May 30, 1960 at p,~,~;~.;~,~ Nn,~ on .May 30 a.t Sentinel ~utto, ].f~c~,~.n jHatl in " J~ft~r h~ina awoream~ hv smoi~o girls and AuxHmry workm,g to; the Commumty ~Hall m Golva, vost, a~ ~ ,O, lJ~at just prior to the annual Saddle "~"-" ---" :~:::i:;~ ::::~::.:::: : " ~" 7 . -'--': sell the Veteran made, red crepe' N. D. at 10 a.m. The services to ^ -~; ~,~ ,~^. ~. ,;^,~ ~ Bronc Match held to raise ~unds BeaCh on My,-.~:~:.~=: z:~:: A fund drive has been mltlat . . . ~,t,~ ~=~,u, v, ~,~ p,~o.~ ,~ a ~ ~:~}~::~:~}:~:::; ~:: :: ::::~ ::-~ ed to heln, the Lav~rence Hlebe-I paper, poppms this Saturday May, be held are. in accordance with. Hi~wavo--,Patotman with the N.: for ~Father Cassedy's ,Home on the v.av, uv[ y . urn, :*:~= :::~:::: ~ :::::::~ " " " me and 28 m ~eadh. .the .VTFAV ~mal. An escort will Dak Hi hwa Patrol will be ac- R~n~e *for Boys the Rev Fahn- ~ -::~:~:: :.::. :-: :::::::.:::~ ehuk ~amfly, after thmr he 1 g Y ' " ' s~artmg at 10 A " =~:::::.~,: :::~:~:~' all ~ts furmshm~s" " were wer~ Mrs. . Kmth Fmkle, Poppy tm termed fol/owmg, me services. ~r'~n~'~a hr, ~h,~t,~ ~ ~":n~ ~ ~ th,~m ~I D : lander, director of the home an- ~ Don Breng : :~ 1 und" v C.hmrman wasextremely pleas- a! the h.all, and wfl/ march to, H' hwa Patrol, C~, itol Buff'din nounced ~ ,:~ :::::::~:.:,~, destroyed by an ear v S a. . . ~g Y P g, . . . ~,Commander ~ :::::~ ~ ~, e;,o ~. ~ ~ ed w~ffa the response to her caq': ~. Mary s cemetery to rencter D til v The carcinomas will 'begin at ~ . . c =~r --~s ,w~,K-= " B~smarek,N ,un Man 31, oa the local Am. : ~.:;,! for volunteer workers this year I br e~ graveside servmes. 1 15 p m (~IV~ST) w~th a ~aarade ~: ~ ened ,by smoke and rushed from~ 1960. t Legmn ,Post No. ~#~k ~.^ ,~-. ;'--o+",c+,~ ~ebech,k ~he stated that all :funds re- /kl.1 Veterans m the colrmaumty Written examinationsfor car-of entry into :the 'bevel where .:"': ':k::f'" bllK~ k~UllII,L ~ Ob&~ b~ll~. 1~ ~ ' t are 5, will introduce ,~ ~a ~, ~, ~, s ce~ved from Poppy Day ,go direct-urged to assist the VFW Post. t tiffed ~,~-licants will be ached- the rodeo is held The parade will : "=-~ 'I,f ~ 1 ~t " r e r~- ' .sPe~ speaker'~l:-J some of the ~amily's ~elongings 15, to disabled veterans or the,r V,~te~raSdb%+:,~dm~,~u gewdearthat alJluled in the very near ~uture forI A. ~. ~vmmr, an~t~::am ~mmm a ,o ~o ~,~ i Cry{n, Iamlnes. one po~ples olzer every '~"" u~.~,~, Ithe nu,rr~se ofesta, blishin~ an~ "'~e others who A. R. ~ IIrL~ER : = ~.~,o ~:~.~ := ~7o .~ ~.~:::~ citizen a chance 'to personally serviee uniforms. VFW Bud,dYleli~i~ilitv-roster of ap~ican[s for[ . . ~,ca~, a~ o~ re=v, u,v,a ' i "1 f fo " " - will have a part m the ~bnef, for burns honor the war dead while help-[ Pol?p!,es wt lbeof ered r s ale[ uture employment to ,~111' any " ~in the livin arm ~ose wao eta not nave me patrmtm ceremomes The ,-~,qes ghroe children 2 g g" 1 vacancms v~hmh might ooeur due The Legmnnaires and Auxfl~- hers and ~ baby ~irl were soend-I Some of the volunteer work-I Pl~. mn~w m puronase mere to retirement or res~gnatmn. At! era will be servin all da a'um~g me regmar sam may oo[ . -, a,y and other organLzatmns will in~ ~ho ni~,'ht~ ~t tho home af[ . g. y .and . the present, time. we antmtpate~ ,~.arCh to the Beach Cemetery their orand,~arents One ,boy isl thers will 'be working part-hme, so prmr m me serwces, two vacancies in the near cuture.! M~er the above serwces for a 9, -ear~ oid the other 6 Thelbut all volunteers are bemg we~- 1 ~ To quahfy, an apphcant must. ~," "~ ' " corned to take 9art in the annual 'be etween the a es of 23 and br- f ceremony, thus concluding ,~ ~ i~ f; ,h~ ' |.on '|'hm-em ~ ~b g " ~he annual program The Itelbechu*ks are presently patrlohc observance. Buy and ~to sit 40 years, a citizen of the U. S sMy25a lrssand a resident of N. D. for no~~han two years prior to ap- The pu~blic is cordially invitefl making plans to move a three wear a Poppy, Saturday, May Rite 1o this event, and is also remind- room building to the farm site. 28! ed to attend the annual Memorial from 'Get, ham. The farm is locat-i -- -- --~---~- pointment. ~Iti~h school gradu- Q ~ ation or its equivalent is a pre- a$dinner'inthediningr med7milesn rm'lmileeastand'Tw0 uallfyFor Mrs" Lena Th rs n'a f rmerrequisite, but no prior police ef the Legion ,Halt, at noon. The a mile south of Fairfield. " ,Beachite w~ho has 'been err~ployed training is necessary. dinner is put on ~by all the Pro- Contributions to the fund drive ~ ri~ .| ~ll" in Jamestown ~for ~he past few .~estant vhurChes of this area, and may be sent or delivered to theotate ~rac~ :-eel suddenly there stte--a--Checker==---:--- =Tet ffunds from it are used for ira- Heiser garage in Grassy Butte, on Wednesday, May 21. She had ,provemen, ts and maintenance of the Fairfield store, or Bel-I Two students at the Beach high ,had surgery at Easter-time. Fu- TO Be May 29-30 ~e Beach Cemetery. field Farm. Equipment Co. in BeN school, Albert ,Hardy and Donald neral services were ,held this field. .Davis ~aave qualified for the tWednesday, May 25, at 1 p.m Plans ,have been con~pleted for Donne's Director To State Track meet, ~o 'be held m at the First Lutheran ohurCh in the 46t~a Annual N. Dak State Ne C h Valley City this Saturday, MayBeach, with .Rev. A. E. LokenOhecker Tournmnent to beheld Be In Beach May 28 W oac 28. Hardy in the high jump and officiating, at ~each on Sunday and Non- ,Richard Hunt. *Director of Doane's Area Oevelopement Pro- gram ~rom St. Louis, IMissouri -~,iH meet with all members of the AgriculturM Development Assn. ~his Sa,~u~tay evening, May 28. "Pals meeting is called to orga- nize ~or a final effffort to contact area residents concerning mem- ,bership i~ Rxe ,Assn. and con- tracting ,Donne's to perform their survey. ~t the present time ap- proximately one-third of the necessary .funds hmre been col- lected and enough others have exlm'essed interest in joining to warrant an extension of the deadline date to June 11. Any of ,the area residents who are interested in this program are cordially invite~l to attend ~e meeting It wilt start at 8:00 p.m. dlais Saturday evening at file Beach Legion Hall. Recent additions to the mem- ~ership list o~ file Agricultural ~)evel~mnent ;Assn. include Nyle Dou#olas, Edward 'Kukowski, l~ay Hamlin, William ami Jim John- son and ~Hamilton (Kemp. Lawrence Bowman Will Be Candidate Lawrev~ce Bowman, well~known ~,esiden,t of Bowman County, an Oavis in the pole vault. [ HiredBy Beach Coaoh ~eVerne Jessen will ac-I company the ,boys to Valley Cityl for the State Track Meet on Fri- Robert Vooge has been ~hired day, and they will return home to coac~a ~basketbali, track and Saturday evening. tea~h commerce the coming 1960- '61 year. Mr. Vooge replaces Mr. Machinery Auction On June 3rd nounced this week that he will be an independent candidate on Eae ,ReputXlican ticket for a seat in the State Legislature. T~e ~39~ tegislathve district, ~aie~ i~clude~ the counties of Golden Valley, ~illings, Slope, Bowman is permitted to el- ect i state senator and three retpresentatives. A~r. Bowman is the son of an 'I~OBE~T VOOOE Lavern Jessen Who has resigned for a position at Jamestown high school. Mr. Vooge graduated from the Kemuare high s~hool in 1953. In ~1957 ~ Ir. Vooge ,graduated from ,the ~University of N. D. with majors in commerce and minor in ~cfftysical education. ~For the ~)ast two years Mr. Vooge has ,been Cea~,hing and coa~hirtg at ToLley, N. ~). i-Ie is married and has one baby dau- ghter. Civil Service :Bowman ~ami~y, four of whom reside at home. ~Ir. ~n has always ,been ir~terested i~ the affairs of the ~ ern~nent at local as well as etate levels. He is a member of ~he Methodist Ohur~h and of tiae ,Masonic Lo&ge at ;Bowman. Scholarships. Given By TB Assoclatmn Nursing scholarsl~ips are avafi- at>le thru ,the N. D. Tt~berculosis and ~eatth A~n. Any student interested write to the Nurse En- rollment Committee. N. D. Tu- GOV. JORN E. DAVIS the 'Beach ~High School 'Band who A g~gantic farm machinery Intermertt will ~0e in the Beach'day, ~VIay 29 and 30, according Cemetery. A complete obituary 'Mrs. Thorson's life will ap- pear in a later edition of this newspaper. enter ,the arena accompartied by Tree Replacement Day, May 27th Friday, May 27. has ,been set aside as Tree ~e~lacement Day auction sale will be held in by the Golden Valley Soil Con- Beach, 'Friday, June 3, beginning servation District. Cooperators at 10 a.m. T~e sale wilt be ~eld wishing replacement trees for on the grounds located 1 block sheRel~beIt planted in 'previous west of the Occident Elevator. years are urged to pick them Three Beach maohinery firms up then. that will ~be Offering both new 'Personnel will ,be at the 'heel- & used tractors, plows, con~bines, in,bed", located 6 Mocks east .cars, ,trucks, etc for sale at of the ~Farmers and Merohants nat time inctud'e the Dakota Batik in ~aoh, so get your re- Farm Equipment, Hardy 8/iotor,~ placement trees ,from 9 a.m. to and MeCaskey Implement. 5 p.m ~Friday, May 27, only. Lunch will be served on the This is the only day on which grounds throu, ghout the sale. For replacements may be picked up a more detailed list of iten~ to as all tree stock will 'be dispos- be soid and terms of sale read ed of that day. Others needin~ a, their large adv. elsew~here in few trees may pick them up tha~ this issue day also. Please ,brir~g old bur- lap sacks to wrap tree stook in. will play. Next in line wR1 be to ~Lee Summers. local chairman the Govennor esoorted tby the of the event. X(H's of .Beaca~. Then wilt come ,Mr, Summers advised us that the ~)ick~nson C~pany of the he has attended 8 state murna- North ,Dakota Nat'l. Guard. Fog lowing Lthe Governor's address the rodeo wilt ,begin. The ,I-I~me on the ,Range ,Match will take ,place at 2 p m. on May 30. Memorial Day, right at the arena a~t the Boys Ranch. "l~is will 'be ,the 4th annual match Coyotes Still Are and will bring together t~ese top flight riders from N. D. and Can- ada. Among the group of riders are several former world's c~am pions, with such well known cov~boys as Alvin Nelson, Jim and Tom Tes0her, Duane Howard, ]Marty ~WoocL Winston Bruce and ~UtlVII~EI%S [BOb RObinson. All are per- ment and ,placed h~g~ in mostlennial contenders for top honors of ,t~hem. 4-Ie also stated that in ,the U. S. and Canada. anyone from this ,area vcho is This Saddle Bronc Ma, tx~h. or gr~rested in enterir~g may con- rode), alway~ draws a huge ~,~hn a~ Lhe Fark CMe ir c:?r~vgd, t~e .t.~ohtd be w'ise to Beaoh and* he wiII explain the be ~ere early, to~.ge$ an advant- different ~di, isions of the tour- ageous spot. Fr, William ,Fa~n- nament, lartder, the director of tHeme on This is only .the second time the ,Rar~ge, advises. He adds that Hunters Target ~VI ,a, ny people behave that the coyote has just ~bout disakt)pear- ed, bttt this undesirable animal is still a nuisance in this com- ,nunity. ,If you don't beleve this-- then ma.~be the ~ollbwin~ will surprise you: 31 coyotes were killed recently at the Yarn ~Xl- em0n ranch ~lear Medora. Goverrmaent Hunter ,l~In ~I~gma, a, ;~o works out of Paint- ed Canyon, was in charge Of ex- telauinatin'g them. ,Howard iMar- tin, Govt. Hu~ter, w~o lives in early Bown~nan county pi~eer Jobs Available Bea~, reports that (he ~ 14 family and at present is e~ga~- coyotes and 24 red foxes i~ re- in the ~al~ Ibusine~s of tlhe The Nint~x U. S. Civil Service cent weeks, in C~olden Val ey, Region announces an exmnina- Slope and ~owman counties. There are ~ive children in the tion ~or tabulating equipment op- ators, supervisors and tabulating JAC~'S CLUB TO BE project p~m's. These ,positions OPEN MEMORIAL DAY are wilt .Federal agencies in Jack's Club at Wlbaux, which Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, ~VIiss- is usually ,closed on Mondays, curl, Nebraska, North and ~Outh wBl be open on Monday, ~Viay Dakota. 30, Memorial .Day. The bar wi'l Starting salaries range from open at the regular time, with $313 a month to $415 a month, the d'ming room to ~be open from A written test is required. Ad- 5 p.m. to midmight 2t ditional information and a~pIi- catioris for 'appty~g may ~be el>- To Tenn. -- " mined at most 9OSt offices or "2ff~s. Sulfa Wi,~ow of Beach by writing to the Ninth ZI. S. l~ft ~last Thursday for Knoxville, Civil Service Rogion, New Fe~ler- Tenn(. to visit at t~e ~ome of her al ,Building, St. Louis 1, ,Missouri. son Russell, and family, and to help out with the ~ot~sework Combs Quits Sentinel younger Mrs. W ow berculosis and Hea~th Assn. P. Butte School Board ~ convalescing after being hospi- .taliger for treatment of pneu- O. BOx 89, 212 Second St Bis- ~aa'ek, N.D. John Combs has submitted his monia. resignation as a member of the Visits Here -- L. VANVIGS MOVE S~hool Board of Sentinel Butte TO GR~ND FORKS ~ff, r. and Mrs. ff~ester Vanvig Sdhool District effective at the Mrs. Jim Mullin of Fort Klam- ath, Ore arrived last Wednes- and family moved about two time of the annual meeting on day and spent a couple of days July 12th. The vacancy wil.1 be weeks ago to.Grand Forks, w~aere filled at the regular election on visiting at the ,Harry Halstead ~VIr. Vanvig is associated with the Lakewood Graders Co a potato June 7t~ and the successful can- residence in Bea0h, and also vis- dldate will serve the two years Red friends at Trotters. Mrs. machinery mamtf~eturing con. remaining in Mr. Combs' Mul, lin is a former Trotters res- cam. He was ~ormerly engaged ident having been the daughter in agriculture in ~As community 900 ATTEND HODGINS of Mr. and Mrs. Framk E6wards. with other members of his ram- APPRECIATION DAY .Mrs, :Edwards is Mrs. Halstea~l's fly, Who were one of the b~ggest cousin. ~vers of certified seed 10ota- Mr. and Mrs. Lu.ther Hodgin }hat the state tournament has his boys have been ,making prep- Brockmeyer Radio been held in the southwestern arations for this gala annual part of 'the state event for a long time, and the Moving In June Tournament play will be start- top talent of N. D. and 'Canada ed at 9 a.m. Sunday, May 29 at will be there to try their very The ~xx>ckaueyer Radio & TV the KC Hall ~beneath the Post-best to keep or win 'back the store, located in the Dickinson office in .Beach. However, late-International ~Rodeo Cue. now in ,RuLld~ next floor to the Ur- comers may register at late as the Wossession of the N. 'D. eow- banec C~fe, will ~be moving in noon ~unday and still partici- boys. I,f it is impossible for you June to thei.r, new quarters in pate in t~e t~urnament John to attend, buy a ticket or two the %V