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VOLUME XXXVI n MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JUNE 2, 1960 NUMBER 1 [% H B Finneman Area Receives. IRanch Rodeo Doane's Man Oh cke Tou ey Services Accorded : * wonaerIul li ln tokened A lVlOnl;ll ! Rites Thursday Valley and Billings Huge Success Explains burvey The An,ual D. tato Mrs, Lena Thorson Counties received their first reall Checker Tourney, v,~ich was to~ bast rites were so~emmzea ior Re"u',~n 'H~'gh Mass. was cele ram of the season last Saturday. . 1 Canadmns took home the coy- Approximately 30 member3 of ,have been m ~ Sunday and Mrs. Lena Whorson of Jamestown, ~xra,ted'~ for ~HeVbert B Finneman although scattered commumties[ eted ~te~national 'Rodeo Cup, the ~rmultural Development l~onaay ~viay 2~ ann ~u: aa~ IN. D,on Wednesday May 25 ' ,~f v- ,~l~ ~t .~t Mary's Catholic .had received showers prev~ouslY.~a travehng trophy, ~or winning Assocmtmn met with Dick Hunt ~en postponed for a monm, be.-,~w.n o~ ~ ,m o, ~,~ P;,-o, ~,~. ~ ' h d cause of conflictir, g dates, and ,~ -- v c~ur~h Crol~va N O on Thurs, Almost the entire state as a .first .place m the bronc ndmglo Doanes Inc last Saturday . ~era~ Ohur~ in ,Beach. N D June 2, 1960, with Revs. M. I ~ -. t~ev. A. ~ uoKen o~nma~ea at me ' " " an abundance of rain w~th some event, at the Saddle Bronc .:Match. evenin~ in the Lea}on Hali at wm now ~t)e ~em ~nere on ~utyi ", "- .~" ~-k ~nd Francis Seidel officiat-! locahtms rece~wng 3 to ~ m~mes, or rodeo on Monday, :memorml~Beach. Mr. Hunt d~scussed the ;~ anaa, aecormng m nee ~um- ,~o, ~,~o ' Ion irman e "~ " "*" " ~r*a PM?hearers inctuded Clar-IThe ram over the weekend &ere Day. at Home On The Range Forl progress t~at other development mers, men a of .the~ "i ~,~{~! r,~,~{o ~ .n~'Wid~ bY ~'~ -~i.~--=-,~ r~-~d finne-] amounted to .97 of an inch w~hiohlBoys, at Sentinel Butte. For once, i associations are making and some end i~ ~'~o~;:~ ~,'~'~(Mrs ~Tmh'. ~' ~'~",'~-~'~l A~"~e-rt Schrom!has brightened prospects and in-[ the weatherman came through of the activities whi<~h are being Mr. Summers will be .gladto ~'-'~'~,~,~"~'Vir~ini-a ~F-inko ~ 'R,~ ~,~ A,}~ ~r~ .n~h~ws dw~duals conmderably and we are~, w~th a beautiful sunny warml corned out as a result of the assist anyone interested men- ,~ ,~,~ ~'~r~a ~Rarnstad and Miss ex, ceptY~VIr~ Susa. I now looking and ~hoptrtg for day for the event w,h~ch drew a ! Area Surveys. One instance was tering ~e above tourney, and ne w .~. ~Honorary paI~]~bearers were An-' more. record c~owd. They came early, i the setting up of a truck termi- may be contacted at the Park ~on -Barthel, William Bar~el, ! Mrs. Art Brown Dies At Bismarck many of them, and a large per-I nal in Stra~ord, Texas This ter- centagebrought picniclunches minal is now a rest stop for all. rail shi, pments of livestock and a transfer p~i, nt for a large truck- ir~g concern which trausports cattle from the area south c~' Mrs. Virginia (Art) Brown Stratford .to the feed lot area to succum%ed at St. Alexius Hospi the north. This terminal resulted taI in ~Bi~marck. on Tuestiayibrii~fly, lauding the work of the in 30 f~milies moving into a morning, ~May 31, 1860, after a late 'Father Elwood Cassedy, town which is slig'htly smaller along, eating them on the grounds of the ranch before the rodeo started. A ~colorful ,parade of entry in- to the arena began the event .At 1:30 ~.~ Gov John Davis Care. Yern Osterloth Dies This Wed. Vern Osterloth of Wibaux died t/his Wednesday a.m. at W~baux. FunerM services will be 'held in two-day ~hospitalization. Cause :~f founder of Home On The .Range than ,Beach. Beadh, at a :place and time not I death was un.determmed pend-~ For Boys The Eagles have takenI Otaher [terns ,d~seussed mclud- yet dectded on. Please cad Ro- ing an aut~osy l the ranch to thew hearts andled t~e taking of pledges for in- .h~n's .Funeral tfome for time ell Funeral "services have been have raised important amounts vestment in the Assn survey the last rites, j I - ' ' i " * e t to he~ financethe lar e new schedul.dfor Frtday June3 a p g Diana now are to accept thes~ -- St M~ehaei's Cathohc church m building there, now m the process pledges wt~h notatmns being Rio- Farm Auction t ' Y' :" P" "' " " 'P J ' ' " ' I airin m chmery and ettir. ,H. ,B. ~INN~EIM!kN ROhan ChapeI in Beach. Mrs. Marty Woods, Bob Robinson, Aceordir~g to a formal agre--~ g 2o .~ : ~ -~'gos ~'~r Louis ,Fasc~irdg, ,Bill Koch, Tony Brown had b:~ln hvmg a:oV~O(e Winston Bruce, Lyle Smtth and ment to }be signed ,by Doane's/~e=~g~ti~~'~=ar~ "au~t'~on~ sa'~e :~aont ece t y A mpe Lea Jormson or me ~anaalan Krei,tin,ger, ,Eki ,Fischer, Louis . "" . '. . ' ] and the .local development assn [ to !be held in :Beach Friday, June Drewn~s.k -~ ~t ~-Iess ~F~ed Nol:l./wrtteup oi ner tlie wilt appear in team were .pit,eel agams~ ~em-I~,~ ~,ta ;,~, +o ~ ~.~ ,~,~m /~ ~ "--" : a later edition of this paper,inel Butte's famous Tom Teach- ~'.'= "*'." s - A. G. ~Fas~mg, Tony Bares, Wen- . tmns wfl2 be met by the St.i The ,Hardy (motor, McCaskey dell Nistler, ,Frank, John ----- er an~ Jim "rescner, A~vt.n ,i~etson,4LoUis organization, i Survey[Implement and Dakota Farm Knopp and Tom Wosepka. Mr:I ~'t|,~oh ~ ~ ~ and l)uane howard, :l.~mnewau~ithe existing agricul, tural situa-]Equipment, aH m~plement dealers Finnernan died unexpectedly at] I I{G, OII . . . Ken arm joe ~n~se, nu z ~a.y pu~I tion in ~e area. 2. The general] of'Beach have .pooled their used m. Sur~la M 29 at St up a rear paine ~o re[am me / - 1 p y, ay ] On W--~-e-aav ~ids w athtudes and an~bttmns of the, ar~ some ,new machinery to hold ~.~ ~ 1~ ~ ~-~ " was ' ,n I Cu Tom "te~cne~s me .mg~ .1osel~t s Hospital m Dickmso,let for the const~uchon of P' people. 3 Resources available in a ,big sale. N. D, of a heart condition. HeIthe n--- r. ,a--, V-q"" man:,ed rme oz m.e .nay #~m the :area that can be used for Th~ location will 'be in the . . ~w wv~.= ~u ~z,- L'n %! ' ' . - had been m fmhng health for the ~, ~ = ,~ :.o, feather was econo vne crone, the expa~smn of agrzcul~ural northwest part of the czty near past four years, i w~o, ,6 ~, ,^ :, ,a, ~ng wtth 5.11, exlce a ea omy oy production and marketing struc- the stockyards and the sale will for " "" .VIar t Woods w~n ~ Tom Rosary services were held way in the varF near future.", ,Y '. -~ ; ture. 4. iFarm and ranching en- start at 10 a.m. sharp. Cook of him Tuesday evening, at S~. "l;he appa~nl low biad.~ .~esoner roaefne.ona .mp ~on~u.cK- terprises tha~ can be developed Glendive and ,~la'verluk of the Mary~:CMholic oh~h .m Golva were as follows: mg norse ,o~,~. .me y .~,t~m~ in: '~te. area. 5. Whether markets Famfzekl Cormnun}ty have ~harge and omWednes~y[~vemng a the C~aeral con~,~. ~o,~eh. ~na, aLSO me mgn ~,nua~ ox m~ exist or can be developed *,o of .the sate and the Farmers & ~a Rc~an Chapel in ~each. le and Sons of Bismarck: Y" justify ~production in these en- Meclmnts Bank will clerk ~t. ~f you are i~ n~ed of farm ma- chinery of any Rind, don't miss He~bert ~. Finneman was born Oct. 26, 1882 in Stearns County, Main .Prairie, :Miam the son of Anton ~inneman and Josephine Gu1~ ~i~nemaa. He came to Golden Valley' Coun%y as a youn~ man of 24, in ~906, a~d home- steaded in the ~en 'Burkey Ter- ritory, 7~ miles from Golva. He continued his farming operations until 1047, when he retired. His youngest,~n now owns and op- erate~ ~h~'~tnil~ ~rn~-~e he Contract, Skeel= Eleciric of Bismarck; Plumbinff and Heating: Dickinson Plumbing and Heat- ing of Dickinson. The awarding of the bids assures the people of East- ern Montana and Western N. Dak. of one of the finest and mo~! modern hospitals to be found anywhere. The completion date i~ se! for July 1. 1961. It is anficipat~d~ that fa- cilities for the care of the aged will also he increased in the future. Ellen Trotter, .now Miss Re- -leo N. D won the girls' clover- ~eaf race, A S. D team was first in calf roping. terprises and ,best program to develop such enxpanded ,mark- eta, 6. Types of allied agricultur- al industries t~a~ should ~be ex- panded and developed. 7. The types of farms and ranches in this opportunity.~ Many items have been addbd since the post- The day was almost unmarred era were printed and you are by accidents, except for a minor sure to find something you can use. Dart Cars To ~truck from the rear by a ~our- combination of .farm enterprises Race At Wibaux ist, as they attempted ,to turn best su~,ted for each typical oper- LENA THOI~ON Evelyn Nelson. Pallbearers were Tim ~Redmond, Donald ~VIil'ler, Rudy ~am~tad, $ohn pilot, Ri~o ard,~kHardy and ,RObert Hoeck. In- terment was in the Beach ~me- M' ,Mrs. -'I orson succun'tbed sud- denly Saturday noon, May 21, at her hem8 in Jamestown of a coronary throm~bosis. She had been in ~oor health since hav- surgery about two months previously. She is a former res-. ident of ~(Beaah, havin,g lived here years. Survivors include a son, Can- tel (.Buster)-Daffy, of Oceanside, Calif two sisters, M'~s. Anna Ernest, ~an "Diego, Calif and Mrs. Hflda (miller, Jamestown, N. D and one ~brothe~, 'red Hoeck of the Beach rural area, beskles several nieces and ne- phews, and a large number ot friends. Lena ~I. Thorson was born in RoCk Cotmty, Minn on June 4, ~:~3, t~e daushter of ~Mr. and Mrs. George *Hoeck. She attended one, involving :Mrs. Ruth ~rice, the area and establishment of s~ster of Dr. C. A., and Mrs. typical ,operations within each El.1~n Arnold. whose car was group. 8. The farm enterprise of school in Trent, $. D and re- off the hi~hway onto t~ road alien. 9. Operational plans which Sunday afternoon Tune 5 at sided in ~be state ~f N~ :D. since leadir~ to ~e randh. ~/Irs~,Arnold, will maximize net farm i~.e 2 :p.m the new1~ cons,~,~.~ L91~, .acs;?~p.a~ir~.%~ver ,parents suffered lacerations and a broken for ead~ typical farm. The l~cal a~phalt dart ear track at Jack's to Go}der~ Valldy:~County, at that collarbone, and is at the John-I organiza$icn ~vould .assure the Climb, just outside of Wibaux, will time. Her son Was born during stone :Memorial HospitM, but company that the will have the be t~e scene of dart car races, her first marriage. expects to be v~ble to resume her full cooperation arid assistance Cars from Wibaux. Sidney All relatives came to the ser- duties there in a few days. Mrs. of 4~te leaclers of civic, agricul- Glendive and one from Beach v.iee and .als0 (Mr. and ,Mrs. Rob- Brier acted as a ,hostess at the tural and ,~usiness organization will take part in ~he races. There ert Falk of Luverne, (Minn and retixecl, he had made his home wilt his son Rv11~, and his daughter, Mrs. RObert Clarin. He was married to Miss Emelia S~rom on ~'eb. 3, 1918, at St. Cloud, ~VIinn. ~lis wife preceded ROSE KORDONOWY GETS -qCHt~.a~g~ rodeo, and she and same assist. him in death, passing away on -, r i r'" rci es t a ts collected a tidy sum in cash OeL 2, 1925. "l~e g ua'~mn exe s a Survivors are three sorts, Nor- tl~,~ ~ur~ Hal,] r.n Thursdav[~r rn me spectators, zor me ,Den- bert, Roman and Ralph of the ev--iw- was at" b" a lar-e eflt of .the ranch, now d~ ected ol,va o. unity, dangle- cr=J ave by nla er WMF CONVENTION AT MP, RSH I.L In the same settin~ they held their first meeting 30 years ago, the Dickinson Circuit V~$F met for their last convesttion Friday ~lay 13. ~e small codntry d~uvch at Marshall, ~N. D. was fiUed be- yond its capacity with tab.~, 131 w no registered for the one day a fair. The theme the day was " On The Way Reioicing' Climaxing the corwention was salutatorian address and {Rose El- len Kordonowy was the Valedic- torian. ~Vlr. Arthur Henderson, of, the aoosevelt Park personnel~ gave the main address. ~VJ~usieal nun'~bers were presant- ed by the girls' chorus, accom- par~ied 'by Mrs. Grafsgaard and a piano solo by Le~h Gilsdorf. VCm. Tavpo presented the class and the awards. A $600 sc~hol- arsh~p item Jamestown college was ~i'esented to Rose Ellen. The ~arewetl address was pre- sented by Maz~ce}la Reut~ a j~nior. The ,Rev. C. Lee Bivdsalt of .Beach gave ~e invocation and bene- and assistance of the leaders of civic, ffri ultural and,l ,business organizations within the area in securir~g facts and opinions per- taining to the area. P ES -- DIES IN PENNA. ~Rev. Gerard (Finnegan,s moth er succun~bed Sunday, May 29 at her he, me m Scranton, Pa af- ter beir~g critically il~ over a year. Rev. Finnega left at once to a teml the last rites there. He 4i~r -~r Of ~t" John's Catholic in each. Details of the funeral services, etc were una- vailable hme of going to press. BIIMMN~ ~OUNTY ~PPORT$ TB DRIVE The Bi~ County Cbxistrnas Seal Co~mnittee contr~uted $20 this past year toward research for a ~oerculosis vaccine, :ac, cording to V flliam Glade, com- a pageant depicting the history af the Civc'ait v lIF. ,iven by members af severel or mJzat ona N. ters, (Mrs. :Robert Clarin of rural Beadh, and 'Mrs Darrell ,Knudson of id ardton, N. D 28 rand- chi~lren, 2, si~ters, ~/Irs. I. C. of -Minneapolis, ~Iinn and h's. Syl.vester . Kirsch er, St. Cloud, (Minn. 3 ,brothers, John, M*~lhael, and Thomas, and one sister, Anna: preceded him in deat~L 4Zinne,n was. a metWber Cath lh: urch and the K~n'~ts of Co~mnbus. ,He Was a good ami f~ul ,father, ~bria~g- ~gup ~ e~fldren, am under, the e of l~t, after ~e death ~f his wife, He was especially fond of e'comp =of his ,grand- ~, and":'~aS :tCmow~ : and " l by eve one, having a friend~ and happy personality. On---- Ray Clouse, son' of ,Mr. "and Mrs. R. Clouseof rural Serrtinet Butte arrived last Tuesday morn- mg ~om ~arstow, Ca~i/ on a 30 d~v leave. Ray is serving in the Marine Corp ~ere. is die, ion. COIN 'AND' STAMP MEETING TO BE SUNDAY EVENING The KC I-TAI~ ,below t~te Post- office in each will be the scene of the coin and stan p meeting this Sunday, Jtme 5 8 p.m All members ave u~ed~obs present as the club will plan a. coin auction for some future meeting. 13 ladies aids frmn southwest Dak. were re~rese~ted at convention. Sentinel .Butte receiv, ed the book prize m a ~man miles sward. EMPLOYMENT REP. HERE WED .TUH . 8 State EmplOyment Repre- sentative Lu, on Wed :Ju e 8, Wit offices the courthouse, fro 9 o noo New Eagle Hall at Home On The Range will ~be no v2~arge for vcatching~ Mr. and Mrs. )Bernard Teasc~he of this event which is scheduled to De,met, S. D. begin at 2 p.m. Everyone tsl Always active and interested welcome to come and watch the~ in affairs of ~her community, Mrs. little cars in ~is thrillin,g sport was a men~ber of St. Accordi~ to Vince ~istler the~Paui s .Lu~neran c~urc~ in ~eacn, owner anci~' driver of" the 'only[ a~d of the Veterans of Foreign Beach car the little bu#~,ies #e'~]wars Auxiliary. Her friends num- oo ~,- ,f u to 40 and 50 milesanho "' ~Iber many ,because she herse bPut o, ,on of ,the vehicles it is quite a safe '' ' ' sport, - --- -- Comes To Graduation --- HARDW~E STORES TO STAY OPEN ~nstead of ~Frh:tay niKht open- ir~g, the,~ hardware stores of Beach ~ve decided to stay open on S~turday nf~ht until 9 ~.m. Those ~VIrs. Sarah Conn~ll, now of Havre, Mont anda long-time reskien.t of the south ,Medora ranching coauntmity, re ,tin'ned to. ~Beavh to attend ,graduation of Miss, Sydney Con~e~l, ,last Th.urs. evening at ~he ~ea~t higen ~ool. Mrs. ConneU and her late hus- 'band,~ Dan, .lived about a mile mittee chairman. , ? This ~brings .to a total of $49.80 contrgbute~:'by the BRlmgs, CO. (~ristmas ~sd Canm~ttee dUlflzlg ,z past 3=yea towaw! inedited staying open will ,be Miller's Supply, ~tohan Hardware and the Coast-to Coast store. There from the Sidney Connell ranah, S~dney's home, Sidney is a son of ~Dan Ccemell Before return- ing to (Medora, Mrs. Sarah Cm~nelt are several other dealers in ~own but we. have not learned of their intentions as yet. pent a :few days visiting the O'Hearn family at Dickinson. The latter own. and operate a large 9~r~ . : Roy sMowe News--- Somewhere in i~,e North At lantic a-saivage tug is ti ting and 2 ~mal'~ c~ildren returned to thru gi~mt waves and grey fog ~0heir home in Sen.tine~l Butte ru- " - when suddenly a ~b~g, ,black r~l ~,~.uni.~ ,~- M,~morial r~v hulk .looms out of the shadows ~ " the from 'Wa~peton, w~ere John-r-~" a 'huge .gnosz sntp . . . ,~. ~-,~m~t,~ two bo~rs ne]: relict, 'Mary Deare. Stearing college work majoring in busi l erazily toward collmton! That s ss - : : u ~ how it ~begms . ,MC~M's "The ne adrr~m,~,a,~,~ ~a= t,a,~ ,u - * e " g rOee.t vo e%r% Y ea o ngethn Strdue.I O ostexc t rY s ::rSiory of '~: " ~ - ~ Z1 ndl s "*- "louttime' Starring Gary Cooper zmn wo~K m ~ e ve vxns sum.1 and Oharlton ;Heston---two giant mer. [adventurers en~battled in o~ of Has Surgery -= l~'a~er Fahnlander's mother had stlrgery in St. Jose~'s Hos- ~pital in St. Paul, (Minn Saturday, ~May 28. tt is reported that~ is along Heine and bL s. John ,Underwood HOSPITAL NOTES ~he mOSt suspenseful dramas ev- er spread across the big screen! B~ W~hat was the mystery behind Mr. and Mrs. Lee the Mary Deare? Sa'bot~ge . . CAendive, girl. mutiny . . . murder? The answer N'EWV A.~IONS e~plodes from the depths of the A~vin Cheadle, Gee. Van Horn sea in '"r, he Wreck of the Mary Mrs. Wa~Uy CarLson, Albert Klein Deare" . . filmed from the great Oscar Ax~derson, Mrs. Ly,e Wy.suspense story ,that gripped rail- ekof~, Dennis Jewett, Mrs. Frauk lions first as Knudson, NancY Dukar Mrs. Saturday Evening Ct~w~e F~ ~Krs. La Vera as a best Riley, R0be ' Blome, Jr, Johnny Cooper,