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THURSDAY JUNE 28, 1945 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER PAGE FIVE All Roads Lead to the Roosevelt Park Bar At Medora July 3 8 4 - Mr. and Mrs. John Hinkel The Week Around Medora ‘ . C.——-The Army chief of staff an. WASHINGTONIioiise postwar military policy commi appeared before the 1 Tim training without delay. inkling Chief of Stafi Gen. Gefirga mittee, and Gen. Alexander vandergri , ., Military Leaders Discuss Postwar Policy? Shown d ther to -ranking military leaders above (it; and uxi‘ged Congress to establish com- uring the hearing are (left to right) Fleet Admiral C. Marshall, Rep. Clifton Woodrum, chairmauof the coma S. Marine Corps commandant._ BILLINliISEGOUNTY PIONEER A Continuation of "THE BADLANDS COWBOY" Established in 1883 H. R. JOHNSON. Manage! W. W. MALKOWSKI. Manage: ALICE L. LEBO, Managing Editor __________,______.___.—_———-——— Entered in the Post Office at Medora: Billings County, North Dakota, Fag: mary 15, 1934, as second class ma under the Act of March 3, 1879. wsp er of the County of gfiicdgls.NeStat:p of North Dakota Published every Thursday at Medora. Billings County, North Dakota. M Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance TWENTY -FIVE YEARS AGO Billings County Pioneer June 25. 192° W. Kunkel and. Jerry Randal of the north country were shopping in town Tuesday. 'Vic Neuens and John Will, who had motored to Belle Fouche, S. D, returned to Medora on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. B. T. Council are the proud parents of a baby girl who arrived at their home Tues- day. The Misses (Ethel and Inns. Bur- gess returned home Thursday to spend their vacation at the home of their parents, after a year spent at Carlton College, Northfield, Minn. . Walter Tester motored to Dick- inson Thursday and was accompan- ied by Paul Lebo, Oren Kendley, and He Fritz. Mrs. A. McDonald returned home Sunday morning from Bis- marck, where she had been the past four days attending a Post- master’s convention. During her absence the postoffice was in charge of Mrs. C. Philips; Master Rabert Bodenstab of Bismarck is a guest at the J. 0. Gray home until Wednesday when he will go to Mikkelson to went! the summer with his uncle S. Morgan. Medora and vicinity is fast be- coming a summer resort and ideal place for campers. Two weeks ago a crowd of Boy Scouts with their leaders, Prof. Emery of Sentinel Butte, camped here a week. last week several Boy Scouts in charge of J. P. Smith of Beach, were enjoying fishing and shady nooks along the river south of here and this week fifteen Boy Scouts from Belfleld with Scout Master. Art Johnson, and wife are in camp for a time. 0. L. Rapp of near F‘ryburs, 8 son of Mrs. c. C. Rapp of this city is comvalescing from his re- cent illness. ESTRAYED Please Notify W. J. Ray of Medora, North Dakota, of all Cattle or Horses branded (Bellows) on Left Jaw, u Shoulder or Hip; (Cross- L L) Left Side on Cattle: I Left Thigh on Horses: I (TC) Left Side Cattle, p; running 01! Submarginal 39.1186. South of NP tracks or East of Submarginal fence on North side. You will be reimbursed any expense in notifying. Any in- formation concerning the taking or stealing of this livestock will be rewarded under the stock- growers Association Reward as published. “W Widows Granted Lorraine Matteson Basic Increase In Pension Payments Pensioners of the Workmen’s Compensation Bureau, of which there is quite a number in North Dakota, will receive a more liber— al allowance after July 1, accord— ing to Chairman V. E. Fenelon. The 1945 legislature granted in- creased payments to both pension- ers and other‘dependents. Section 65-0517 was changed to the weekly wage of the deceased employee, which forms the basis for the payment to the pensxoner. The old law read: “The weekly wages of the deceased employee shall be considered to have been not more than $30 nor less than $18, but the total weekly com— pensation shall not exceed the weekly wages of the deceased.’ The new law reads: “The weekly?Y w es of the deceased emp oy shill be considered to have been not more than $35 and not less than $26. The increase in pay— ments resulting from the enlarge- ment of the salary shall be pay- able to all pensioners and depen- dents afiected thereby.” Note that the salary base has been increased from “not more than $30 nor less than $18” to “not more than $35 and not less than 95'" Where a. widow before received. the maximum of $10.50 per week and $3 per week for each child—— but not to exceed $20 per week—— the new act increases this to $12.25 and $3.50, with a maximum of $23.33. Section 65-0525— Under the old law a, lump sum payable to a widow was limited to 416 weeks. Under the new amendment a widow receiving a full lump sum will be taken off the records for a period of 416 weeks butfit the ex- piration of the 416 weeks if tn: beneficiary is still alive and no remarried, the Bureau, in its cis- cretion, may again assume liability and resume pension payments. Rural Midsummer Salvage Day Is Set vemor Fred G. Aandevhl has prgdlaimed Saturday, July 14, as rural midsummer scrap salvage day r eta. m‘immtl‘dsmkummer drive is essential in order that we may offset the slump in tin, waste paper and 0&1); salvage material collections I normally occurs during the schoo vacation period:a salt? Ithe Gover- is 00 me o . “girl: govepnriment stookpile of tin is now at its lowest point sinc; Pearl Harbor, and the latat Nor-t Dakota report reveals that tin can collections in the state are run; ning at lees than fifty per cent 0 uota. ou‘x‘vitqis therefomdappail'jggethgma state-w! e as - main result in gathering a. large amount of material that its adaptable for use in the war e foEtSchool children, school officials d all and salvage committees an other patriotic citizens will aid in saving and accmnulating these vitally needed salvage materials tlvely assist in their collec- lixd: a; July 14.” Aandahl stated. to l urge that every com- mini; IBlythe state give their usual wholehearted support and cooperation to this worthy cause, which if carried on successfully, will materially assist in shortening the number of weary days that lie ahead of our fighting men and wo- men in the Pacific. Is Bride of 0. Deal Miss Lorraine Matteson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Matteson of Fryburg, and Orville Deal, son of Mrs. Fannie Deal of Oklahoma City, Okla... were married June 24, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brown, 945 S. Nehalem, Portland, Ore. lReverend Mulholland officiated and Miss Pat Grouche sang. The bride was given in mar- riage by Robert Brown. The bride wore a white street length dress and carried a bouquet of white roses, sweet peas and bouvardia. Miss Ruth Wolf, the bridesmaid, wore blue with white accessories and carried a, bouquet of pink sweet/peas and bouvardla. Max Peterson was best man. Assisting at the reception after- wards were Mrs. iRoy Brothers cut— ting the cake. Miss Irene Bleizeffer, formerly of Dickinson, and Mrs Troy Dillard, sister of the bride- groom, pouring. The couple will be at home at 1531 S. E. Marion, Portland, Ore. FRYBURG Mrs. Doris Shrum was hostess for the Stitch and Chatter Club at the C. E. Adams home Tuesday P. M. Foul-members were present and Mrs. Joe Schwartzbaur was a guest. Mrs. King reported on the Achievement Day at Medora. Tasty refreshments were served. Virginia King and Betty rLaw were guests at lunch. , Marjory Talkington, whohasbeen attending college at Boulder, Colo, returned Saturday to spend the summer at the home of her par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. C. 1". Talking- ton. '“ Gladys and Kathryn Cheadle vis- ited friends at Mrs. Charles Luptak and son, Duane and Mrs. Gus Johnson vis- ited the Lloyd Lindbo family at Pleasant Flat, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thompson and children of Pleasant Flat Were shopping in Belfield Wednesday. The Thompson: live on the former Rue Bros. Ranch. Betty Talkington and Virginia King went to Dickinson Saturday to be guests of Mary Campbell, at a slumber party. They were din- ner guests at the Frank Rcardon home on Sunday. Rev. and Mrs. Atkinson and son called at the 0. F. Talkington home Sunday evening. H. H. Hafstrom returned, by bus, Saturday evening from a business trip. Reid Inflelmacher installed 9. car radio which he sold to Orville Olson, Sunday. Harry Englehartson and daughter, Elisabeth, were in Dickinson Tues- day. Harry is gradually improvmg from his recent attack of pneu- mania. Mrs. John Esslinger was a Beach visitor on Thursday. Mrs. O. F. Talkington and Laurens NeWton were hostesses for the Presbyterian Ladies’ Aid in the church basement Thursday P. M. Several members were present and delicious refreshments were served. Mrs. Gorge Hickey, former Gorham and Belfield resident but now of Detroit, Mich, was a guest. Mr. and Mrs. Ma.er mgman and family have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ingman at Wheaton, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Hafstrom called at the Fred Johnson home Sinday evening. Shoppers in Belfield Saturday evening included Mr. and Paul Loflelmacher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Matteson and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. H. Hafstrom. Mary Rasmussen Becomes Bride of Roger Runestrand Miss Mary L. Rasmussen, young- est daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen of Medora, and Roger L. Runestrand, BM l-c, son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Runestrand of Fargo, were united 'in marriage at Beach, on Wednesday, June 20th, by the Rev. John Roberts at the Union Congregational Church. The bride, who was escorted to the altar and given in marriage by her father, wore a beautiful two piece tailored suit of summer wool in ashes of roses color, with‘ navy blue accessories, and a white sailor hat with navy snood veil. Mrs. Walter Runestrand, sister of the bride and sister-in-law of the bridegroom, as matron of honor, wore a two piece crepe suit of pale blue with white accessories. The bridegroom was in white G. I. uniform and was attended 'byvhis father. Two songs, “Oh Promise Me" and Norma Myers and Selma Krueger took in the Frontier Celebration at Miles City, Mont, on June 23rd and 24th. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Olsen return- ed Monday from Bowman where they have been visiting friends. Superintendent Ann M. Brown attended a Slope meeting of County Superintendents at Dickinson Tues- day. On her return, she was ac- companied by Mrs. 1H. H. Hafstrom and Mrs. C. E; Gessaman who were supper guests at her home. Mrs. Emma Lawson went to Beach to visit her daughter, Mrs. Roy Noyes, Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ray drove to Dickinson Monday where Mrs. Ray underwent a check-up fOHW-I ing her operation of some time ago. They returned home Tuesday eve- ning and took in part of the Grazing Association meeting in Me- dora. W. J. Ray ad wife shopped and transacted business in Belfleld last Monday. F. A. Shipman, publisher of the “f! LETTERS 0!" ADMINISTRATION STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, ; SS. County of Billings ) IN COUNTY COURT. Before Hon. Paul W. Lebo. Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of John Ewoniuk, Jr.. De- ceased. Anna Ewoniuk, Petitioner. vs. Matt Ewoniuk, Sylvester Ewoniuk, Julia Makaruk, Alexandria Gregory, and Joyce Yourk. Respondents. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED REE- SPONDENTS: You and each of you are here— by cited and required to appear before the County Court of the County of Billings, in said State, at the office of the County Judge of said County, at the Court House in the Town of Medora in said County and State, on the 10th day of July A. D. 1945, at the hour of Ten o'clock in the forenoon of that day, to show cause. if any you have, why Matt Ewoniuk should not be appointed Administrator of the estate of John Ewoniuk, Jr., Deceased. The residence of deceased at the time of his death was Gotham, North Dakota. Let service be made of this cits- tion as required by law. Dated this 182): day of June, A. vvvvvvv McKenzie County Farmer, is a “Still'as the Night" were beautiful- ly rendered by Miss. Gwen Roberts, assisted at the piano by Walter Hubbel who also rendered two piano solos, “My Hero” and “The Bridal Marc ”. Following the ceremony, the wed- ding party returned to Medora where a supper Was served by the bride’s mother and sister and other relatives. Out of town guests were Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Runnestrand of Fargo and Martha Heinle of Dick- inson. Mrs. Runestrand is a graduate of the De‘Mores High School at Medora and received her college training at the State Teachers Col- legs at Dickinson. She has taught school in Stark County and the past year taught in Montana. Mr. Runestrand graduated from high school at Fargo, after which he enlisted in the Navy where he served four years. On his dis- charge, he returned to Fargo and emailed at the Agricultural College and had completed three years of his course in agricultural engineer- ing when war with Japan was brought on by the bombing of Pearl Harbor. He then re-enlisted in the Navy and is still in the Service. The happy couple left Saturday for Fargo where they will visit for a short time and go thence to the bridegroom’s base at Staten Island, New York, where they will make their home‘for the present. The Pioneer joins their host of friends in extending best wishes and heartfelt hopes for a long and happy married life. 150 Cattle Branded. 1 At Wagner Ranch Approximately twenty persons at- tended a branding party at thei Cliff Wagner ranch north of Me- dora on Sunday, June 24. Nearly 150 head of cattle were branded throughout the day as experts in the age-old art of brand- ing were roping critters in a fine display of showmanship rWhich pleased and amused the visitors at the Wagner ranch that day. To climax the day’s party, Mr. and Mrs. Wagner served a dinner which, according to members of the party was second to none. Mcdora C. Of C. Met (in Monday The Medora Chamber of Com- merce met in special session Mons day evening with a small attend- ance, and the work was devoted to discussion of the feasability of recommending that the proposed Roosevelt National Monument be changed to a Wild Life Project. Action 'Was deferred until further investigation of what the Wild Life attractions, was had. The total collections for the Vet- erans Honor Roll were reported to be $625.00, todate. Further act- ion on the Honor Roll was de- ferred pending further reports from outside collections. Want Ads FOR. SALE—- International truck, 1% to 2 ton; 1941 motor; {93:14 fit. box and stock rack. Will sell or trade for a. 1 ton truck, not too old. WJ. Ray, Medora. 39-2tc‘ com. 39-2tc’ project had to offer in the way of (1 guest at the Buddy Ranche this week and expects to be here until after the Fourth of July. Fred is putting his shoulder to the wheel to insure a successful celebration here on July 3rd and 4th. Mrs. N. D. Nichols and grand- daughter, Virginia Ray, and great granddaughter, Ann Burger, were visitors in Dickinson Tuesday. Vivian Macklin of Mandan is a guest for an extended period at the Buddy Ranche. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatley of Gorham visited at the Dick Ander- son home Tuesday while Ray took in the meeting of the stockmen. Calvin Hellickson 01’. Fairfleld, Leon Heliickson of Medora and Vilas Hellickson of St. Paul, and their families, visited at the A. J. Anderson home last Sunday. Word has been received that a Medical Discharge has been given Lieut. Walter Runestrand, Mrs. Runestrand left last Saturday for Fargo where she will meet her husband who is now on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Miller are the proud parents or a baby girl born at the hospital in Dickinson Mon- day morning. At last reports, the mother and baby are both doing well. Congratulations folks. Belfield shoppers last Saturday afternoon included J. F. Tester, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bowen, Mr. and Mrs. Paul W. Lebo and son, Jerome. Mr. and Mrs. Lebo also visited the Harold Jewell’s who are selling ‘thelr farm and moving west in a short time. Mr. and Mrs. D. R. Salisbury an- nounce the birth of a baby boy at Dickinson last week. Peggy Anderson, Clerk of the Selective Service Board, went to Beliield last Saturday night to visit her sisters. Roberta Roberts, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Roberts, who has been attending college in Venturia, Calif, the past winter, returned home last Saturday evening to spend the summer vacation at the parental home. William (Jiggs) Council arrived in Medora by bus Wednesday morning from his work in west coast defense plants and expects to spend an indefinite vacation with friends and relatives here. J. F. Reilly is having his residen- tial roof covered with asbestos shingles, with Einar Pong and Clarence Ingman doing the work. This is doing much to improve the appearance of the building. Billy Wolf, Coastguardsman, son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wolf, has returned from Thermopolis, Wyo., where he has been spending a part of his furlough. The Medora Ladies Aid served a inner and dance supper in the town hall for the Medcra Grazing Association Tuesday. We do not have a report on the mints ex- cept that a substantial sum will inure to the ladies Rid. Mrs. Zella Dong was a supper guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Ras- mussen Tuesday evening. Miss Clarice Anderson of Belileld visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Anderson last Saturday. anter- noon. , We overlooked mentioning last week that Billings County was placed eleventh in the 7th War FOR SALE... no,“ two good 3-year Loan Drive which is quite a record old Hereford Bulls, purebred, but when you consider that this is a not registered. w, J. Ray, Me- non-revenue producing time of the year. Have you bought yours? D. 1945. By the Court, (SEAL) PAUL W. LEBO Judge of the County Court (June 21-28) SU‘NEMONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) ) COUNTY OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Albert F. Oberg and Arvid ) T. Victor, Plaintiffs, -vs_ Elwin J. Gross, and all other persons unknown claiming any estate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon the property described in the Complaint, Defendants. THE STATE Uls' NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You. and each of you are here— by summoned and required to an— swer the Complaint of the Plain- tiff in the above entitled action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Bil- lings County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Belfield, Stark County, North Dakota, within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer as above required. judg— ment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 18th day of May A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY. Attorney for Plaintifl's, Residence and Postofflce Address Belfield, No. Dak. To THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You will further take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to exclude the Defend- ants from any estate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon the following described real estate, to-wit: The South East Quarter (S. E. V.) of Section Twenty~elght Hundred (28), Township One Thir -nine (139) N. Range One Hun red (100). West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Billings Coun- ty. North Dakota. Said Defendants will further take notice that no costs will be claim-v ed by the Plaintiff against any of the Defendants not appearing or answering. H. E. HANEY Attorne for Plaintiffs. (May 34-31: une 7-14—21-28) SUMMONS STATE or NORTH DAKOTA ; ‘ COUNTY OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Gust Wog, Plaintiff, c .- W. H. Tyrrell. and all other persons unknown claim- l ing any estate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon the property de- scribed in the Complaint, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DEs FENDANTS: You. and each of you are~ here- by summoned and required to an- swer the Complaint of the Plain- tiff in the above entitled action, which is filed ‘in, the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Bil- lings County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Beliield. Stark County, North Dakota within thirty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer. judgment will be taken against vvvvvwvvvv for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 12th day of June A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff. Residence and Postoffice 'address Belfleld, North Dakota. TO THE' ABOVE NAMED DEFEND- ANTS: You will further take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to exclude the Defendants from any estate or interest in or lien‘ or incumbrance upon the fol- lowmg described real estate. to-wit: The South West arter (S.- W. V4) of Section wentyofour (24). in Township One Hundred Thirty-seven (137) ‘ North. Range One Hundred (100), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Billings County, North Dakota. Said Defendants will further take notice that no costs will be claimed by the Plaintiff against any of the Defendants not appearing or answer- ing. H. E. HANE‘Y Attorney for Plaintifl. June 14—21-28; July 5-12—19) CITATION HEARING PETITION FOR ‘ you by default‘ jihawwyownwwwMsflv H > news...” Tumult-naunss ’vl’. . w.»