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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 " The Fryburg News {Mr. and Mrs. Orville Curry Lowell Loffehacherl a gradu- and daughter, Diane, of Aurora, Minn., (Mrs. Minnie Slatto and sons, Geary and Frankie of Valley City spent 3 days at the Dave Brennan home. The Cur- rys were former residents here, as {Mr. Curry was manager of he P. V. Elevator Co. Mr. Cur- 1T is now a painter and decor- ato'z. {Memorial Day guests at the Erennan home including their house guests, were Dan rennan of Royalton, (Minn.. Jack, who :is employed at the Brueny farm near South Heart, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Campbell and four daughters of Beaeh, VIr. and :Mzs. Ted ,Bohn and family of Sentinel Butte. Lloyd Lindbo, assistant fore- man of the railroad crew work- ing at Taylor, spent the week- end with his family at Pleasant Flat. {Miss Angeline Reul is employ-! ed at the home of .Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Gustafsvn in Marshall, N. Dak. Danny Cheadle, who returned Wed. with his family at the Dan Cheadle home, Was taken ser- iously ill on Thursday. He was taken back to the hospital where he submRted to an em- ergency operation. Although he Js in a very weakened condition, he has made a slight improve- ment. Miss Virginia King, who taught vocal and band music at Culbertson, {Mont., for the past year, returned to the home of her parents Sat. evening, Mr. and {Mrs. Verne King motored to Culbertson on Thurs. where they attended Memorial Day services. The Cu]berson band, composed of 50 students, played several selections as he final appear-! once of fhe season under the di-, reion of {Miss King. {Mrs. Albert Barta and three children visited at the Lloyd! Lindb home Sunday p.m. Other! callers were /Irs. Eugene Smith, and son Lloyd and Mrs. Vernal King. , Billings Count00, Pioneer A Continuation of "THE BADLANDS COWBOY" Established in 1883 ALICE L, LEBO, Managing Editor WALTER R. BRATTON Editor - Publisher Subscription: $1.50 per year In advance Entered in the Post Office at Medora Billings CountT, North Dakota. Feb- ruary 15, 1934. as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Official Newspaper of the County of [Billings, State of North Dakota, snd prlned at Beach, North Dakota. /__.//-- .] ....... ' ,,,, , t_ - Win. W. Eichhorst Attorney With offi in BELFIELD SATURDAYS MONDAYS . WEDNESDAT s "-- 4d  TUESDAYS . THURSDAYS FRIDAYS MEDORA dr.dT.dr,00'.J'.4T.AT.,dT.AT00j SERVICE RADIO & TV All work guaranteed for 90 daya W. C Dickinson Radio & TV Service Phone TR 2-4580 Beach, N. D. BROCKMEYER Radio Service Phone 2-4. BEACH, NO. DAK. Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. Licensed to repair comunication equip. Fishing supplie00. Record playerL Reco00lL J]JJJJJJ.d a, te of the' ,FrFburg high school, took part in the Commence- ment exercises at Jamestown College on June 3rd. He received a Bachelor of Arts Degree. His parents, {Mr. and Mrs. 'Paul Lof- felmmcher ate_reded the exer- cises. I VIr. and {Mxs. Albert Barta of rtmal Belfield announce the en- gagement of their daughter, Mary Ann, to Clarence Rausch, son of Mr. and {Mrs. Leo Bausch of Dickinson. No date has been se for the wedding. Mary Ann was a member of the 1957 graduating class of Fryburg. Belfield News l]]}ji$$IjIIIl$$uIllni {Mr. and Mrs. Yrank Armburst and family and Mr. and {Mrs. John Egly spent last Sunday visiting Mr. and (Mrs. Tilford {Markestad and daughter at Riv- erdale. iMr. and Mrs. Ed Schmeling: t  and daughter ,Lucy are curren .y vacationing in Seattle and oth- er points west. They were ac- companied as far as Seattle by {Mrs. Joe Fritz who remained there wi'th relatives and friends. The 6chelings planned to go on to Calif. and make a three week's stay. {Mrs. Jack Egly spent last week assi.sing with Daily Vacation Bible School at the Presbyterian church. She was a house guest at the John Egly home. Jack rle is enjoying his vacation at home with his par- ents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ehrle. Jack is employed by an oil firm in Colo. {Mrs. {Mim Thompson left for Minn. where she will spend 2 weeks visiting relatives and friends. She will also help her daug,hter and son in law, Mr. and {Mrs. Jim {Miller, move to ,Hening, Minn, where Jim will teach during the coming school term. The excitement and flurry of graduation is over, but not for- gotten, and already some of the graduates have begun work. .Daphne Dty and Orest Palai- i uk are employed by the local PMA office, Charles Sauvageau .is working in Billings; Greta Fong is working at the gift shop at Cedar Canyon; Pete Pai(- znyk is employed at Spokane; and Darlene Kubik has begun working at lessons at the Bill- ings Business College. Mr. and Mrs. 'Pete Kessel and family have moved from their 'home in town to he farm form- erly owned by Mike {Martian. 'Members of the tKessel family helped Pete and Katie move ou Memorial Day. Th Ed Bvys have purchased the Ke, sse! :home and haze already moved into it. Bmhetde peeee eBMibsm %% Mr. and {Mrs. Estel Williams of Plentywood, Wider. were week end visitors at te Fong home. 'Other callers at the Fong's on i Sunday were Mr. and lIrs. Gene I Fong and family of Beach, Business callers' in :!fiekl on Men. were ,r. and Mrs. MorM Gerig and fily!,They were picnic dinne guests .at the 'home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Buck- man. /> Miss Yvonne BucRman under- wet a tenlilY,my at the Dickinson hospital on,Monday, Sest wshes fottk speedy . cover),' Memorial Day Visitors at the Luie Sauageau home were 'Mrs. Delia Pronovost af Billings, {Mont. (Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kessler and family; {Mr. and Mrs. Emil Sauvageau and !amily all of rural Belfield. Mrs. Pronovost was enmute to her home after spending time visiting her two NOTICE OF PUBLICATION STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA N. D. INDUSTRIAL COMMISSION BISMARCE, NORTH DAKOTA The State of North Dakota by s Industrial Commission hereby gives notice pursuant to laws and the rules and regulations of said Commission promulgated thereunder of the fol- lowing public hearing to be held at 9:30 a.m., on June 18, 1957, at the Hearing Pom, State Capitol in Bis'  marck, North Dakota. STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO: All named partSes arid ezsons having any right, title, interest or claim in the following ease and no%- ice to the public. " CASE No. 151. On a motion of the Commission to consider the market de- mand for Crude Oil and Natm.al Gas to be produced in the State ot North Dakota during he proration period beginning at 7:00 a.m. on July I, 1957. CASE 'No. I,. On a motion 6f the Commsion to r,a rule gov, tarnbl location of wells arouvd ,off and as pools in the Stae of North Dakota. (It) THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK .brothers in Chicago. 13' o the entertainment pray where necessary if ,-lain- Paul Olienyk and David Holm Irs. Eleanor Johnson left age is to be prevented. Remem- will be Ieatured soloists Sun., June 9th when local students of the Earl School of Accordion present their KOIX-TV show at 3:30 p.m. (,MST). Other students to appear on the program will be Orest Baranko, Raynond .Roth, Kenny Kordonowy and Anonia Rotter. There will be students from South Heart, Beach, Dickinson, and Hebron playing wit'h the "Belfield group Bonnie Fi]kowski, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Filkowski, left Tuesday morning for Seattle where he will take a 3-month reserve training course. Jim] Sol,berg of Grassy Butte, a classmate of R)nnie's, also went After completing the training. the boys plan on seeking em-I ployment on the coast. IliilliUllillliilNlllgfg Gorham News IImINImNtNNIIINIHIINIIIllUl Mr. and {Mrs. A]]en Th0mps0n I and son, Theodore, left las Mon. I for a visi with her parents near[ Fargo. Enroute, thai daughter, I Kay, who attended school at Fargo, the past year, will joinl them. [ Mr. and ,Mrs. Mike Barankol spent the day very pleasantly, l t Monday with friends at Belfield. 1 {Mr. and {Mrs. Ed Sehmelingi and daughter, ,Lucy, tet last  Sun. for a vacation trip to the l west coast. They stopped at Bel- field to pick up Mrs. Joe Fritz who will enjoy the trip with them. {Mrs. etram Johnson went to (Medora last Men. to assist with Bible Camp clean-up. Era- i ma and Victoria went along, for moral support I ,Mrs. Wm. Glade received the sad news that her brother's wife l passed away, at Fargo, 2 davs: t after {Mrs. Glade arrived home, from her visit there. VIrs. Alien Thompson attended a musical recital at Fargo, re- I cently in which her daughter i was one of ,the participants. ! Mrs. Thompson spoke very high-i this morning, Monday, for Bel. ber, hoppers destroyed now may field to assist with the Vacation also help prevent an infestation Bible Sohooi to be held during next year. the week. 'She will be the in- As soon as representative.q strutter in the intermediate have been gppointed, a 14st will class, be published. With Your County Extension Agent By Maurice A. Ellingson, County Extension Agent Billings County Commissioners have adopted the following pro- gram for grasshopper control to enable farmers and ranchers to qualify for assistance from the State appropriation for %his pur- pose. 1. A representative will be ap- pointed in the necessary town- ships by the commissioners. This rap. will "take charge". 2. Farmers doing roadside spraying or section line spray- ing will report to the rep., num- ber of ,miles traveled with the sprayer. 3. Farmers will also be asked to furnish evidence of praying in receipted ,bills or cans/of spray used. 4. The individual farmer will sign a statement stating he traveled so many miles spraying oadsides or section lines and also the materials he used. 5. Township representatives will keep a tally of these individuals together with these Mgned [ I statements and at the end of the spraying program will turn these in t.o he County Auditor. Refunds to the individual farmer will be made thru the County Auditor's office after the allocation ha, s ,been received from the office of the State Com- missioner of Ag. and Labor. This will amount to 25% of the cost i of includes cost spraying which i of materials. Th,is will be ap- proximately $1 per acre. Every .armer and rancher should check the roadsides and field margins for cropland hoppers. STATE EMPLOYMENT REP. HERE JUNE II The N. D. state emplyome;-tt representative will be in Beacn on Tuesday, June ii, when he will hold his office in the com- munity room at the Beach court- house, from 10 a.m., tlntll 12 noon. He will take claims for unemployment compensation and accept applications for work and orders from employers seek- ing work. Former Residents Here- Mrs. Rex Gilman and Danny now of ,Miss0ula, Mont. were isitors in Beach for the past two weeks. They also visited in Wibaux, and Circle, Mont. EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITY-- A lifetime of guaranteed in- come available to reliable man or woman with vi=;.,n and ability to act immediate- ly. To service a route of cig- arette machines in this area. This is an all cash business which requires 5 to 7 .hours per week to start and will net up to $250.00 per month Full me avaiteble which will net up to $20,000.00 ann- ual]y. If you have $975.00 o $1,950.00 cash investment im- mediately available which will be fully secured. You may write us in strict confN dence giving brief outline of background and phone num- ber. No experience required and age is no deterrent. For local interview write Eagle Sales & Supply Co., Box 351t. Minneapolis, Minnesota. 38-2te * FOR SALE -- 1949 Universal Jeep, full aluminun cat). front end vinch. Very goed rubber, very good condition. Carl B. Olsen, _Medora, N. D. 39-2tp  now at CLARA'S Known 1$ the girdle | The pensive looking chubby little boy astride his hobbyhorse is, believe it or not, Golden Val- l,ey eou]ty's sD.eriff, Ray Zinsli, at i]e age of 2."_.. The photo was taken in Independence, Wis. , Ray a:'companied his parents, ..... 7d- Martin Zinsli to this region in 1906, and they lived northeast of Sentinel Butte. Ray was the 3rd child in a family of 4 children, and the best looking (he says)! it's NEW! it's BEAUTIFUL! holds you in beautifully -in wonderful comfort! 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