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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 mo~b.er 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 R.tg- 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