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Beach, North Dakota
June 16, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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June 16, 1960

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f VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA 'IHURSDA?', JUNE 16, 1960 NUMBER 3 Rites Held For Pigs Casualhes Schm,tz-Clouse Soil Achievement Barn Burns At . Clark Named Of Smasnup / IF, -- . lslngvarm amraay, . . Brown June Uontest Announced To. Cowbov Mrs. Art o s ,ore inad-, l upnats Flames consumed a large 30x'50 . . vertant cause of a car-pickup t '-~- o~;, ~; ]foot barn at the Albert `RisixBglwv 1.~ ~ "J Last rites 'were solenmizea ior crash at IBeach this Tuesday eve- "Weddin vows were air,hanged~ ~'f '~'"~'"" ' farm near Golva early last Sat. ,Mrs Art (Virginia) ~a-own of ear ~he a 'Ha~awa i " g mitz dau 'achievemen.t contest is sponsored afternoon Cause of the fh-e re-Ha~l ot ~dam~ ~ mr~. n~ R y,Y, by Mms Joarme Sc~ . gh- ssn N " ' . . !farm, oeeu0pmd by Mr. a - ter of ,Mr. and ~Virs. Ernest N. r~ n~nk~,-q ~,~n ~,~ ~t n ~,- " . I Rube ~lark of Bea~ N. D Sentinel on ;Fmday June " ' nd ,Mrs,by the Greater N. D. A " mares a complete mystery Vol-I 3, 1960, at ,St. ,Mlractices (2) t~ stin~ulete " th ay ow. worked as a top covCboy for the iau, gthter, Mrs. ,Larry " ~" '1",No other *buil, dir~gs were damag- (Arlene) standing sideways in the road,1 adorned with ~bouquets of ~lilacs. K ~u~kowski, an~i I son, ,David with both lights shattered and Miss Judy Schmitz acted as maidinacti nsoilleadingand watert furtherconservation,Progress ed at 'the Rising farm. in the darl~ness' Adams' vehielet f ~h n r f r 'her sister" Brides-(3)t enlist the Pt~blic and all r v-ic~----~-ld I coRided w~wth Helms, for the l maids were 'Darlene Jesok, Ther-ld,rganizations in support of the S~ same reason Helm's car struck] esa Susa, and ~Mrs. Jerry Gund-I Vhe sows--an oncoming car tern- evson, and Jean Schmitz was] program. porarily diverted Adams' at~en-! flower ,girl. Joe Clouse, LaI Procedure: The outstanding For G. Brown / farmer or rancher from each Soil tion. Helm su,ffered a shoulder Grange, Ill Ibrother of ~he ,bride-~ Conservation District taking part Rev. Marvin Buck officiated at injury. Botch the car an,d pickup groom was ~best man, and Get- in the ~program will receive state- funeral .services for Gii!bert M. were damaged extensively and aid Knoll, Edward Kremers, and wide recognition. This farmer or Brown of Beach on Friday. June six pigs left their large Iiarry Schmitz were other gent- rancher selected by local county 10. 1960. at 2 p.m at the Meth- litters orphans', lemen attendants. Anon S~hillo committee, wil,1 be awarded an odist ChurCh in Beach. Mi>s Vi- g p ~*an locomlb :~ang ~Ihe Old Swimmin 00| Maynard Bury, and Robin t . " Farmers and ranchers who won gad Cross" and "Tis So Sweet To S.chmitz. DarrelFmneman was state recognition in 1956, 1957, Trust In Jesus". accompanied bv To 0pen Soon [ringbearer. 1958 and 1959 are not eligible Mrs. Dennis Bundy. " ~scortea Dy ,ner xamer, me to enter ehe 3960 program Pal!bearers included John John- V~ R~NIA A. BROWN . ' t 1 farms wm De ]uagect on oas~s tar Wa ssmann, ttu~h SChmitz, Brown, both of rural Sentinel The Golden Valley County bride appeared in a floor length, ~ ~" . ; ' . son, John ~Fakler, John Stuli, Wal- gown of silk organza s y act w~m of conservation practices rmw Bt~tte, her mother, Mrs. Arlene Memorial Swimming Pool in a fitted bodice w~tma Saorina and Fl,oy, d Bosserman. Interment ~,app, mu to me tarmaana o.~ me Bishop, Victor, IMon't sisters, tMrs. Beach is now in the ,process of neckhne and ~ left.gin smeves, olaerator. Clip the following Carl Nelaernme of Trotters, Mrs. being gilled wit~ water, a 'cask 21he ft~ll skirt was tmmmect with blank, fill o~at and mail to Wal- Sel~h "Ilhompson, Hardin, ,Mont which takes several days. It is lace inserts, and sleeves were ter D. (NIattson or Clayton ,Bartz, Mrs. Everett Craigo, Kettle ~'alls, expected ,that it will ~be ready en~broidered in seed pearls and Beach, N. ,D not --later than Win, [Mrs. /~be Valley, jr:, ~ to open gor tthe season ~hts week- iridescent sequins. She carried a June 24. Grass, ,lVlont Miss .Laity BlOop, end weal~her permitting. In the corsage of pink tea roses on a Mrs. Wan. l~l~hlbun, and brother, eventuality .that ~he pool isn't prayer lbcok, and jewelry was a I wish to enter my farm or Lee ~Ntm~ aS1 of Victor Mont completely filled 'by this Sunday, pearl necklace and matching ear- ranch i.n ,tho e bride r Golden Val,ley Soit and a large ~ua~ber of loyal rin@s, gifts .from th g com. Conservation Achievement Con- friends. Her cfin, gertip veil was arranged test: from a crown of seed .pearls and Name I sequins. I Address ~VIrs. Brown ~uccurr~bed at St. A1exius ~Iospital in ,Bismarck on Tuesday, /day 31, about 12:20 a.m after one week's illness. Virginia A. 'BL~op was ,born at ,Hazer, N. D on ~Dec. 28, 19~5, and received her education in the 'Beach grade ,school arrd the Beach hitgh sdmol. :She ,became the wife ~f Arthur F. ,Brown, ~xho preceded ~aer in death, pas- sing away in tFebruary ~f 1957, after a car a~cident. 't~U BE CL,~RK famous and 'historic cfigure, Pi- erre Wfibaux, for whom ~he ,broke horses on W baux's W-'Bar r~ on Beaver Creek north of the town of Wtbaux, IMont starting in 1902. Clark also continued his cowhand duties later ~or the Northern Pacific l~ail, road. m the early ,days, spendir~g long hours in ~he saddle daily, 'keeping gat- es closed to keep the enormously large horse population off ~e is: a fa~si~nile,of the certi, in recognition, boy .legend off ~ west See $tor~ / /i :i i