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June 6, 1957

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THURSDAY, JUNE 6, 1957 TIlE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. The Week Around Medora ltelen Rider, student nurse at many beautiful and useful gifts the Bismarck hospital is at Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Conne!l home for two weeks vacation, went to New England. on Tues. a&lt;d 5lrs. Neis ):ess, their (laugh- berry and Linda Marucheck of!and the Gene Fongs from BeaclL Pastor Lambert Locle- re': and son in law, from Laurel, Trotters, they were all in Medc- .Mr. and Mrs. Roy Lillibridge, Sunday Worship Theme -- _M,,r.:. were visiting friends in ra to attend the rodeo on Sat. Bunky and Jean from Fairfield, i THE MSSI:NG LINK Medora on Sunday. and Sun. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Clark an,ll Text: John 15:1-11 Mrs. H. H. Hafstrom from Bis- Mr. and iVirs. Donald Taylor family from Dickinson and Gene SUNDAk: marck, who has been in charge of Glendive took in the rodeo Vayjeck from Sidney were all Worship Service II:30 a.m L. G. Browns who have beert in to attend the graduation exer- of the Roosevelt Park Gift Shop at Medora on Sun. Green Bay, Wis, where they at-' rises at the high school. Their while Browns were away, was Callers at the John Godfrey tended the wedding of their 4 granddaughter Veronta Clare'. entertained at a bridge party at residence on Sunday were Mr. niece Connie Geeseman, returned was one of the graduates and the Van Doren home on Thurs. and Mrs. Herbert Zubke and to Medora on Tuesday evening,,! was salutatorian. The Jack Co:-: evening. On 'Friday evening Mrs Emily Reather and .Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey nell family from Medora and i she was the guest of honor at a Mrs. George Charchenko and left Medora by bus on Tuesday the Guy and Fay Connells from part)" at the Wayne Mallory family from Grassy Butte, and ' :home. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Otto and morning on a trip to Charles-i Dickinson ,also attended. I ton, West Virginia where they, Guests at the L. M. Barnharts Sand)" Cleveland from Dickin- Shy Otto from Sidney. Mont. will visit their daughter Mrs. Ar- on Sunday were the Gerald son, is staying with his grand- Vern Wilson from Sidney, .thur Wines and family. Mc Barnharts from Dickinson and mot:her, Mrs. Alice Lebo this Mont. was high money winner Godfrey will consult a skin spec-[Mi.le s Barnharts h-om Bowman. i week w!iile he attends Bible at the iVledora rodeo on Sat. and ialist while there for treatment Lilliart Wan Doren returned I sehooI at the Lutheran church Sun. of a very .bad case of exczema. I home Sunday from the Post-!in Medora. , i 'Mrs. Mary B. Gilham, Mrs. Helen Rider, Judy Tisor andl masters cony. in. i,smarck. I ' Mrs. Dwight Snow from Beaci ' Alice Lebo and Jerome were din- i Doris Stigen were hostesses at Miss Iuise Kinn from Brain-i visited at the B T. Connells on:ner guests of Mrs. Ida Bristowl a wedding shower in honor Ofiard" lVlinn., came to MedoraiSunday, Mrs. Snow was employ- at Franks Care in Belfield on Mrs. James ,Bird, at the tester with her and will visit unt;lied by the Connells at tie Rough Thurs. Tisor home on Tuesday evening -!,Sunday when she will return to iiders Hotel in Medora 30 .years ,Howard Mallory is working at There were 23 guests present Brainard to ttend school, i ago. the Chateau in Medora. and th%evening was spent p.lay- i Mrs. Katherine ReiHy and i h's. Maude Carter was taken :Mr. and Mrs. Ivan Organ, Mrs. mg games The bode rece-d f '- Mrs. Bob Stoebe from Miles Ci.v, ito St. Joseph's hospital in Dick- /Mont and the rank Reflly ram- rosen on Thursday afternoon for Ul["U[]''['[''['['["[[["["[["[["["[["[[[[[['[![[['[[["[[[][' .!Y of!i: G:Onio:!teuni:y [. s ' ' '. !{!;fSe},a]nsdriarikna{tnh:rsM;2kulao(i :' I On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. AI-[ he:- foot and leg and on Men. were SUN'. - MON. - TUES. GARY FOR SINCE NooN'00 Introducing ANTHONY PERKINS, the most exciting screen discovery since James Dean! WEDNESDAY - THURSDAY GUY MADISON FELICIA FARR KATHRYN GRANI fred hwartz accompanied by t Mrs Cora Coe and Mrs. Maude t Boi,court, all from Belfield d,rovei I[to MJedora Where they wer..i [joined by ,Mrs. Frieda Hinkle and they all went out to the Wil,bur Anrear ranch for the day. Drivers tests were given by Patrolman Hollis Dietz on Men. afternoon, ttarold Larson and daughter Carol came from Bet- field so Carol could take the examination. ,Former WIedora residents Mr. evening Mr. and Mrs. Organ brought her home from the hos- pital. She will return to the hos- pital again next week for more xrays and to have a pin put in her ankle. ,Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Paaseh from Belfield and Miss Ione Paaseh from Phoenix, Ariz. vis- ited friends in Medora on Sun. Overnight uests at the Sid Murrays on Sat. were Mr. and Mrs. Dubs Trotter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Trotter, i Jerry, Ronnie and Fred Golds- OIL AND GAS LEASE NOTICE Notice is hereby liven that The Bank of North Dakota will offer for o11 &nd g&a leasing the five per centum (5%1 or the fifty per csntum ($0e) or all of the oil and natural gas in or underlying the hereinafter described lands at public auction to the highest bidder at the offices of the sald Bank In the City of Bismarck, North Da- kota, on June 20. 1957. at the hour of nine o'clock A. M. Any leases lasued pursuant to said auction shall be for a term ot five (,5) years at an aoual delay rental of twenty-Dye cents (25c) per acre and shall provide for a royalty reservation of one-eighth iVth) of all oll and gas produced and shall continue in effect as long as oil or gas Is produced thereunder in commercial nuantlr|es. The ank reserv.el the right to reject any and all offers and bids. Th said lands are identified and described as follows: IN BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTtl DAKOTA l|ner= I ]lPlleNo. TWp. Rge. See. I)eser|DtJtn Acres 1 B335 139 100 24 N%V, NSXV.,I ......... ?0 B 7654 139 100 32 SE% .... ,n Total Min0ral Acre 2m ,,) All proceedings for lease hall he hzd in ao,-,,,,danr. w'h the, provisions of Sections 15. 17, 1 and 2) f ('h:l,ntor .%; (H;, !95'I Sur, p N,D,R,C. or 1943, and the successhll bid,ir will ha re,uirod ,) l)nv n amount equal to the first year"s ,"nta! plus the amount ot b,.n, bid and costs ot advertising at the time ,f [aFin Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota. !his 15th d;1v ,f May, !:'-7. THE LANK OF N()IITH DA[<()TA. I,')IL VtSI,:I.F. AND AS AGF]NT F'(';II "FHI,I ""f':X.Tt,] 'I'I{!'!ASTJP. I']'. AS TRUSTEE, F'OR THE ST"e;? O;" N('PJI' I]K,)TA, 700 MAIN AVI']NUI,:, f',ISMAI('i<, Nr)IITi{ i)AI,:()TA %, A singing symphony of floral tones that give a pol- 'hhed performance in this graceful pleated skin and jewel toned blouse. Plaia_a aad printed polished $10.90 otsttt oo#t; 0;t 'turnout teo004hNr, CLARA'S Glenn and Dennice Alton went to the show in Belfield on Sun. evening. The Tommy O}sens came in from the ranch on Sat. and weekend guests at the Carl B. Olsens. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Connell from Dickinson came to Medora on Wed. to. attend the wedding f James Bird and Eileen Reiche, :they stayed overnight at the B. T. Connells and spent Thurs. at the Leslie Connell ranch. The A1 Kim,bros from New Engand spent the weekend at the B. T. Connells in Medora, other guests at Connells on Sun. ere Mr and Mrs. Estel Will- iams from Plentywood, Mont A U guests at the Dick Andersons (ml 'Family Bible Camp 3 p.m. Sun. MeN,lAY Mr. and Mrs. Earl Grow and i, Vacation Bible School 9 a.m. son Allen were in Medora ovr TUESDAY the weekend. Miss Mary Ann Vacation Bible School 9 a.m Francis from New York is a Family Bible Cmp for the guest at the Grows whole family begins Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Allen C. Ander-June 9. Dr. Brink, surgeon from son and family from Ne" En.;- Bismarck, will be the speaker land, were in Medora on busi-Sunday afternoon. The camp ness on Sunday. "vill continue June 9-11. Come for a visit or come to stay. 1)rivers licenses will be issued at the Register of Deeds office From Upham -- fat the court house in Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Pfau of Up- MEDORA iham, N D. were weekend guests !at the Charlie Purvis home. LUTHERAN CHURCH ' i H SALE (3F OTL AND CAg LEASES On the 19th day of June 1957, t 9:30 o'clock A. M. ICSTb the Board  lrnb;orsity and Scho,;'. La<ds ':'ill sell at public sale t' te highest bibl- der, oH and gas leae3 ,. the ia.ds ?cehafter dscribed: Mineral To..-p,S}ILD R age Section D ;cription Acres 137 10I I All f140 137 10",1 ) NkE t% ) 137 101 ..9 E[SNWil Lots 1-2 78 137 10 i 2 A ii 640 i37 102 3. SW:?.'E Lts 1-2-3 NW!; S; 616, !39 I00 36 Aii .20 140 102 3 g, E t [,2a; R. R/W 293 1 &2 1 9 2'= A !I Ru6 : 42 I f2    t 64 TOTAL 4,0.93 Ti= sale wili be held in tZe he,ring room on the ground floor of the tate Capitol Building at Bismarck. Leases will be issued for five years at an annual rental of 25e per mi=.:eral acre. Bidding wi[l be on the bonus, the minimum of which s 250 per mineral acre. The successful bidder must pay for tte costs of pubishing the notices of sale. and mus pay one year's rental plus the bonus on the day of the sale in ,bankable fllnfg. The Board reserves the right to issue more than one lease for each tract, if in their judgement they deem it advisable. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 15th day of May, 1957. ANTON J. SCH:MIDT, Land Commissidner (May 30 - Jun'e  6) I I I CLARENCE SCHMITZ FARM 2 miles east and mile north of Golva THURSDAy; JUNE 13, 1957 Sale Starts at 10030 a.m." ate_ ," Lunch served at noon. Bring your own cups. Machinery 1950 Massey Harris 55 trato 1941 McCormick M Tracer 1956 Oliver 5-14 plow I. D. 6 ft. onewf McCormick Ducktoot 10-12 ft. McCormick rod weeder 12 ft. Harrow 25 ft. 1954 Manure Spreader Mssey Hm'ris Drill 12 ft. 1950 J. D. Tmuiem Disc 10ft. Pckr 12 f'L Power Mower 7 fL Hay St'ker Grain Auger 11 ft. Grain Auger 0 ft. with motor 2 Wheel Trailer 7x12 bed 2 row Corn Cultivator for H or M Wagon wLth r.k o rubber 300 gal. fuel tak Electrlc Chick Brooder Electric Cream arator 300 lb. 1931 Model A For Coupe Comfort Cab for McCormick M Feed G 2 Stock Tks Electric Tank Heaer R Fu ump Carter Grain Clmsr Corn Slllor Power Lm,:,Mowor I pr. 12 or 10$ tractor chains aog seu Lalng Sen%! Baled Straw and Hay Feed Oas - Shelled Corn 14x24 Granary 16x22 Shop 6x10 Brooder House Wauon Box Tools Electric Table Saw and Jodnier 180 Amp. Welder Battery Chager 2 vises Tool Grinders Anvil Chain Hoist Drill Pres Tap and Die Sei Ridge Remers Post J.k Log Chains I Telephone Electric Motors Bottle Gm Reqqltor 2 Wire Stretchers Other Tools Household Items Steel Kitchen Sink (deuble basin) Steel Base and Wall Cnbinets Daveni?ort Wooden Kitchon Cbimt Gas Pltn SauscJe Siffer Cream Cans FruLt Jars 6 Egg Omms 16 quart Pressure Cnne 22 rifle air rifle Window Awning " TERMS OF SALE - CASH Clerk--First State Bank of Golva Auctioneer -- Leo Sticka