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June 9, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEEa ~L Members of the Captain GrantI and carved by Phil Carnfel. Bis- Marsh Memorial committee corn-lmarck artist. A reproduction of the pleted their work early this week lsteamer "Far West" was used with as they watched workmen place the t the following legend: handsome marker in place at the grave of Captain Marsh. I Grant Prince Marsh Shown in this picture from left to right are Mrs. Melvin E. Welch, Mrs. W. A. Leach, treasurer, Mrs. M~rion J. Piper, secretary, and Mrs. Frank B. Fiske. Mrs. Leach said all correspond- ence, list of contributors and in- formation pertaining to this com- mittee would be turned over to the librarian at the State Historical So- ciety. Members of the Captain Grant Marsh Memorial committee met at St. Mary's cemetery in Bismarck this week and watched the workers from the Bismarck Memorial Inc. lift the native stone marker m place at the grave of the late Captain Grant Marsh. The committee, formed last year, invited contributions from pioneer families and friends who were in- terested in seeing that the valiant captain's grave was marked, h temporary marker was place: a year ago by the Boelter Furmral Home. A native granite stone more than a thousand years old was selected 1834-1916 A pioneer captain and pilot on Missouri River stea,-nboats. in 1876 he piloted the steamer "Far West" carrying the wound- ed from the Little Big Horn to Fort LlncoY, n in 54 hours a feat unparailed in steamboat history. Carufel used a new method in staining granite called lithocrome on reproduction of the "Far West". The stone weighs two and a half ton. A Memorml Service will be held on Sunday afternoon, 1V~ay 29th at 4:00 p.m.L.R. Burgum, Attorney General, will conduct the service. Burgum, as a boy in Washburn. knew the famous Captain Marsh and is a keen stude.nt of North Dakota history. All friends and contributors are invited to attend. Hussel Reid. superintendent of the State Historical Society, has cooper- ated with t~ae committee in this project. A total of $517.15 was contributed to the fund. SPIRIT OF 76--Former President Harry S. Truman appears as spry as usual on his 76th birthday as he cuts a slice of the cakt presented him at a surprise party in his Independence, home, Announcing he was "feeling fine," the ex-Chief Exeeu ~ive took a mile-and-a-half breakfast walk at "120 a minute" SCIENCE WEDS GOLD TO $PACE--A golden wedding ring pro- rides just enough of the precious metal to plate ceramic re- ceiving tubes for electronic space equipment. The gold-plated tubes, held by a model in Los Angeles, permit better electrical contacts. Made by the General Electric Company, they have been used in the Thor-Able-Star missile which served as the launching vehicle for Tiros IB weather-observation satellite. This photograph showing how youngsters at St. Alexius Hospital were introduced to take oxygen, nebulized medication and humidified ir via an. intriguingly designed helmet made nation-wide news when introduced last year. A minature plane complete with instrument panel is placed com- for(ably over the child's bed so that he can fancifully "take off" into space and actually enjoy the medication ~,hich previously caused frust- ration and anxiety. Through the courtesy of the North Dakota Air National Guard, the candidate who has successfully completed the course of oxygen therapy treatments is a,~rded a certificate, automatically making the boy an "tlonorary Pilot" and the girl an "Honorary Flight Nurse." The certificate is signed by the Adjutant General of the N. D-aJk. National Guard. (Photo by Leo LeLonde~ TRUST HI/~l, . CAPTAIN BRYAN./ J~CISX "~MH HIS GAb'~', WILL. CA.DTM~E P/J/-/, TI'I-~)V ,MAKE THE FOLKS .DAy/ ,IPANdOt.4 FOR Y~R M/=~. [ I " - YOU - "WHAT ABE VOU "~---'-~'~OJ'LL ] D/ ~A$MED ME" AN' MAOE" .~1 O,~F WITH CA.DTAIN BI2YAN/| PMT CAPTA/N B]~N ACI4?OSS ,4#)",SADDLe, I L :~.~.- "~ ~ 7"ONTO, T/-/EN /~IOUNT LIP/ ~ffTUM ~:. .~