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June 30, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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June 30, 1960

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THURSDAY, JUNE 30, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUN3Y PIONEER. MEDOttA. N. I)AIL j The Week Around Medora K inMr andv rchildrenand Mr of BismarckR nal New Chaplain Federation Meets nie 'e of Mrs his desk in June 30-Julv 1 Sta~es Att~)rne~ ~V,m. W. Eich- o:1 wit'.h his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rut:il (;rudnewski from chapel is l:;t Lt William A Rush- hors attended t:he meetimA of 2,I':; Nina-~|,~on, g of Modern ~.ic}~mson visited her mother. the S1nte Bar Assn. in (h'an.t ?It. m~cl ,Mrs. 'George Eassel Mrs P:'ter H'.:b':,hu ~-a ~a ,Forks thelatter ,part of last and grandacm Of ,Red Bluff. Ca.lif. w,c~ ~ v~siLed a t:~e J. C. Rasmussens 1VlI:DOR/~. Mrs. itelen ,Borner of Stanton. az~d other ~friends in Medora on LIJTtIEIIItlq CI!URCI[ N: D. was a weekend guest at Frrday. Mrs. Eassei is the 'form- Roy. Alton 3oh:'s,)~h Pastor I l'he Jo ~Rousseau ~o~e in Me- er Ectna St~xley ~'ho attended FRI~DAY / dora. school there atbout 40 years ago. . ,p.m ~ :llct~i~. ('aunt: L ,Lawrence ,Kirkpatrick visited,:~e ~',m. t'.onn~i!s of Minot StTNDAY at the Ted ,Kirkpatrieks on 'Sun. and tthe Guy Conne~s of Diekin- 8:30 a. m. Wor.~hilJ : ~ervlce. Mr. and Mrs. L. 'G. Brown and son visited t~e Einar Fangs in 1 ~Mr. and Mrs. Hank 'Brown went lV~.edora on 'Wed. MEDORA UNION 1 on a picnic to (Medicine 'Rocks, 'Mr. an~l ,Mrs. Steve Ghase CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH in ~l'ont. Ibetween Baker a, nd traa~sacted ~usiness in Miles Rev.C. Lee l)u,Lalt ERaiaka last Wed. They lthen City on"f~tulxt~t / Pa.~tor we~t thz~t~gh tshemuseum at ~:;lten osterhom took her sis-SUNDAY Ekalaka. tar, Bessie ~Livings~n to Glendive Services at 10:30 a.m. Mr. arid ~Irs. B. E. MeKee of on l~riday. Thecne: "~ildis~ or Childlike ford. assigned to the 13!st l,;ngr. Rn. Fat6er Ruslffovd was 'born ]n N~okane. 3Nn. ~nd their three (~har~es Cornell was admitted Christians---Which? ohfldxen az~e spen~din, g se~erMito ~ Beach hospitM on Sunday Text: Mark I0:15 PATH, I~R RUSHI,'OI~D days at the Alice L0bo home in morning and is currently con- TUESDAY Med~ra. (Mrs. ,MdKee is a sister fined ,~ere. 2:30 ,p.m. Women's FeUowship Mmdon~ines, Me later a~noved o~ ~Jrs. l~0bo. I ,Border Patrolman Scott i~ in .Hostess: ,Miss Litlian V~ Doren to ~VIarmartah, N. D. He i.s a grad-l W. J. SOhLflZ 0~ Beach has been Mad'era on .business this week. SUtNDAY, JU,LY 10th uate of Crosier Seminary and SL 1 given the option of running t~e'I IMrs. Einar Fon,g and daugthterI Quarterly Conununion Service. Thomas Seminary, Denver. Thel eoncession~ at t~e Am9hitlheatre Greta, attended the weddir=g of Ir Ir~~~L'~o Ipriest served four at St. Leo'sI t~is season. . [Wesley ~'alrke. a~td DoPobahy It~t~Lh.~Klt It/-It.lU .L~l%~It IE~O [ C~urOh,entl3, at *Minot,st. Michael'sN" D. inandsentinel]pres"I Mrs. ,Kate Ennist h~d the vni.s- Snider i'n ~I~tfield on Sat~'~lay. I}II~THS 'Butte. Lt. ,Rushford served twoi &ortune of havin,g her horse fall Greta was soloist at .the wedding, I Mr. and ~Mrs Leo HUnch, ,Beach, years and nine months i~ the! wi~h her at the ~ran, dir~g at Mad-" whi02~ was ~ollowed ~bY a recep- I boy. central Pacific and .Marshall Is- zos on Thuredey and is conffined: tion and di~aaer at the; El~,s Clu,bl 'Mr. and ~Mrs. John Dukart, Wi- lands. to ~e IDickinson hospital. The in ~)iekins~n. baux. ~boy. extent of her mjuries is not, kMr. ~n~.~ Jl~r~. L. ~. Brown SURGERY Overnight Visitors -- known, but her frien~Is in Me- were ~aile~'s in:Be,lffiEId :Friday.; Pastor ~VIalcolm Gordon. Bca ch. dora wish her a speedy recover. IV~r. and-Mrs, Vic Cla~ c~f Los Mrs. Ke~nef/z Baird, WibaUx. Mrs. Curtis Bah and daughter ~Mrs. ~Fannie ~Wanner of Beffietd Ar~getes v~[~d,Mrs.'.Juanita' Or- NEW ADMI'SSIO'NS. Kim of Min,neapo'lis, Minn. vis- ga'n on "IIt~i-s~a~: '.Mrs. U~tk and' ,Donald Beach, Mrs. Fayne Kan- itecl with Mrs. BM~'s ~parent~s, called at the Dick Anderson 'home Mrs. Orga~'have' ~0th b~nlmem-ner~berg. Mrs. ,Max Sehmeling, Rex'. and Mrs. O. L. Olsrud at on Stmday. Jean Woodley (nee Lill~bzidge) bars of tthe).La Pm-:B~ennae (31ub Mrs. Larry Kukowski, Mrs. Ahna Aimont. N. D. last week while visited friends in ~Medora over in Los Angeles since 1926. Barkland. Mrs. George Szudez'~', Mr. Bah attended Nat'l. Guard the weekend ~Mr. an,d Mrs. Leonard Carroll ,Mrs. Wm. Szudera. Sr Al~bert Camp. She accompanied her fa- Joan White drove to Dickinson of ~Dickir~cm. visited at the Paul Lauf. Paul Bunko, Mrs. Don thor to Dickinson where he at- on Thursday and brc~u,tSht her Le,bo 'h.ome. Sat. Knowles, Chas. Cornell. Mrs. tended a state Lutheran Con- ~fa~er, ,Dick An~terson and Mrs. d~{r. and Mrs Lester Tisor at- Clarence Evenson. IVirs. Inn ',~ntio:t. lro:n there zhe came to W. S. 'Nort~arophome ,frmn the te,rtded t~ze wedding of Mrs. Ti- Stone. Graeen Bruski. Frank Beach x~,here she was an over- ~ospital sor's niece, Eleanor Lmgk to Knudson, Sar~dra Watembaeh. night guest at the ,home of Mr. Mrs. AIlice L. L~o and Paul Vi~ment Nfstler at (Beach on Sat.' arid Mrs. Chuck Swanson. She Attend Church On Sunday ~returned home Monday, June 27 A, ,LObe attended tahe wedding of 3udy Tisor was maid of honor. Miss Leone (LaJoie and Jeron]e! ~Mrs. ~Mitdred Martin brou@ht D. Lobe in Willisto~ on Friday. her reenact, Mr~ Petrina Osad- My. and Mrs. Vi~ Stigen and c~uk ~t,orn Miles City, to Mode- on Donald visited in ~Medora ra on Sat. Mrs. Osad,ohuk had and at the iDon Wyckoffs m s. Butte on Stmday. ~:Mr. and Mrs. B.H. Wilson .~oDped in at the ~Bud Andersons on ~unday evenit~g and visited ~lheir gran4ohiMren, Brian and .BO~by Wi ,1:son. John Tel:lock of West Bend, Wisc. is visitir~g 'his aunt. Mrs. Ellen Os~eNaout in Medora on Monday. ,He is on his way to Seattle. Terry Fang returned to Foss, Okla. after spending his vaca-I THANK ~been quite ill rand was receiving treat~nen,t at ghe clinic at 'M~les City. She wt, ll visit wit,h her daughter, ,Mrs. Peter ;Hlebechuk for a sthort while and t~en will returr~ ,to ~ home in Beifield. [1V[r. ~ (Mrs. I~eonard Wolf and ~as. Wolf of 'Killdeer and Mr. ~ad Mrs. William Waif of St. ,Paul, Mitre. were callir~g on frien~ in Medora on Monday. Weekend guests at ~he Lester Tisor home were Mr. and Mrs. Qhas. ~Lir~gk of Bismarck. sister for your generous support Tuesday's election. It is encouraging and very much appreciated. PEARL ZILSDORF Pal. adv. sponsored ~nd paid for by Pearl Zilsdorf | Ever~ing slmw~ start a't 8:00 p.m Sunday nm~nee at 2:t~ p.m. , SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, JULY 3-4-5 ,- . * WED THURS FRI SAT JULY 6-7-8-9 Lh June 30 and July 1 are t!:~ dates chosen for the 14th Annu- al Women's Missionary Fedora tion Retreat m be held at r2ae Badlands Lut/heran BiMe Camp near Medora. Guest speaker for ~be two day affair will be Mrs. Cmq Holm of Franklin. Minn w,ho is a prominent B~ble teach er and writer. About 100 ladies are expected from the Luttmran Chure~hes in t~he Hettinger and ,Dickir~son Circuits. Mrs. O. Ram stad of Beach is chairman of the committee in charge and Mrs. W. Brown of Sentinel Butte is one of the coavm~ittee members. Starring David Niven, Cantiflas, Shirley MaeLaine, Robert Newton, Frank Sinatva, Joe E. Brown and 42 other stars.---Once nightly at 8 p.m. Adm.: 75c, 50c, 25c SUN MON TUES JULY 3-4-5 'lie HE ROBE! Drive, So You'll Arrzve Alive! TECHNICOLOR~ WEDNESDAY, THURSDAY, JULY 6-7 wacky s) ory Of ?he last d a('tee! "If you enjoy comedy--here is a good one" FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JULY 8-9 6REATEST INTERNATIONAL CIRCUS THRILLS!] FANTASTIC DANCING BEARS IN'MASNIFICENT COLORI Here is a picture the whole family will enjoy. 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