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on ;ler [iss Mr yed llCh her . to 25 . in VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, i'ORTI‘I DAKOTA“ Louise Scherman Bride G. E. Paul { Miss Louise Sohomnan, daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwand C. Sche’mnan ocf Sentinel Butte, be- came the bride of Gerald F. Paul, son at Mr. and Mrs; Edgar Paul of. ,Sbetsmwilile, Wise, on Mon, June 27,1960. Rev. Francis said; all. ,Wiciated at the 9:30 .a.m, double ring ceremony at: [St Maiyfs’icatholic church in ‘Golva Baskets of pednies and other mix edeloW‘ens were arranged before fli’é‘ altar. . .‘ Miss Anarlene Jesokr of Sent. Butte served her (friend as: maid of’dlonor, and Miss Lucille Zim' mermam of Taylor, N. bridesmaid. Marvin brother of the bride, was best man, and Floyd Weer was the groomsmen. Ushers were Neil Paul, and Charles Scherman. Ma- 1 N. D. Picnic In Wash, June 12 Mrs. Minnie Evans, 3 planted Beachite now living in Bellingham, Wn., wrote the News a few days ago to say that she and other North Dakotans gath« ered at Rosario Beach for their annual picnic Sunday, June 12.’ They (had a beautiful day rfor the l s l l l l l ge‘t-to-gether, «but not all the‘ former North Dakotans were present at the picnic. Mrs. Evans Says she hopes to return here for a visit, because Beach is still home to her. She is well, and she sends her her friends in this community. The list of those who attended in" was‘the Washington State picnic in-:cattle, sheep and, hogs wing“, an schemam'i cluded the names of O. M. Eidefi the (premmm 1151:. Mrs. M. Leighton and (mildren, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Alguire, Mrs. Inez Alton, Mr. and Mrs Cornell Eide, Mr. and Mrs. Wade“ “best” to al that this important and lnteret-‘needed. State reimbursement has County Fair To Be September 9-10, 'Ilbe Golden Valley County Fair Board is busy these days making plans for the 1960 fair and urge that you, too, make; your plans for the big event. ’ Fair dates have been set for" September 9 and 10. liney urge that livestock men begin planning their exhibits now. showing of purebred live- stock has dropped off during the last few years. The board hopes 1ing phase of the fair will [build up again. Fat classes of both i As the canning season ap- 1proaches, the board encourages you, housewives, to remember the fair as you do your preserves rie Ann W eyer, niece of the bride" Ha‘g’gmd and Children: (She is at was flower girL and Terranceldaughter of C. Eide), Mr. and Scheman, nephew of the bridal Mrs. Carl Heverson. Margaret, was rimgbearer. ,Lundin and son, Mr. and Mrs.» The bride was given in marrl 339'“ wenuandv Mr» and Mrs age by her rfatlher, and was at—‘Flflyd Nuedeck and daughter and Mrs. :and canned goods. It also isn’t a Hoppers Showing 5 Up In This Area \» Grasshoppers are showing u) in rather large numbers in some“ areas, rparticulanly in some grass areas, roadsides and other waste areas. Control at this point can help a great deal both now and‘ in years 'to come. The roadside program is the same as it has been in past years. The county will furnish chemical, to townships that take the res ponsibilty of application where been approved tor l of the cost of chemical and application. . we would urge Wipe where ‘a' develops to take care of them 'before they can move out into (field‘s. , Many mivlw of roadsides are relatively clean and other spots are‘ heavy. If we take care of the ‘ visions hit too soon to start those hand- areas in need, crafted items. should present no serious prob- Numerous trophies are again lem this year. being ordered for the various di’l One Word of Caution! in addition to the cashg Wherever roadside control is applied, we must observe the grasshoppers ' tired in a, floor length gown of M“- nylon tulle and Chantilly lace ow er tastfeta. The lace hodice was s.yled with a scalloped Sabrina. neckline, and short, scalloped: sleeves, and the lbouffant skirt was adonned with rows of lace.‘ A circular veil of silk illusion, fingertip length, was held in} and daughter, Ken and Louise Gilbertson, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Abraham and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gasho, Mr. and Mrs. G. 5‘ E. Hubbard Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hubbard, Ernest Wentland, Mil] and Mrs. Doug Evans and child- ran, and Mrs. Minnie Evans. Dick McDanoldl> prizes and ribbons. 5 Now is the time tor business— lmen and organizations to begin planning their booths, floats and Irecommended waiting period for the particular chemical used. We don’t want any food contamina< ldisplays. ,tion problems. Booth space is available and’ For recommended waiting :Chrl Davis, chairman of the,at the county agent’s office. board, or the county agent’s of-i ———————-—-—————- may be reserved by contactingperiods, check the label or check, THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1961.) NUMBER 6 sum: w... . ,ascuuis‘nuaravrm an flee. Apgar photo, Manshallt-own, Ia. MRS. CON SHORT place with a tiara of seed pearlslv 'oombined. 2? Eifiwllffiiifg $.21 fiifuli‘éi Meyers of Pingree earrings, the latter gifts frpfinf , 2 . the hridegmom, completed eI W 5 h T l bride’s ensemble. i t 6 Her attendants were length frocks of pastel lblue ny lie the 45th Annual 'State Check Ion ongamza, made with organza er Tournament held Sunday and. ibodices over lace, cumberbun-ds Monday‘ July 3-4V Wm}, 17 check defining ‘flhe waistlineS, and bOUf’ er players registered. About twi-c {am Skirts over tafiem' They wr- i‘hat number was expeCtE‘d b1” 45 were considered with Mrs. Carl’get her visa Holm of Franklin, Minn. as the’ ried crescent bouquets of‘ Pink‘ is thought that the long holida' roses. 'ITne flower girl's costume weekend (had something to do was identical to the maid 0f.with the attendance. Several (f honor’s and lithe 'bl‘idesmai‘d’S- lhhe state's outstanding players A Tecelpt‘ion and “Kidding din', were not in attendance. ner, given by the bride’s lparents,‘ followed Churdh paflom’lwon his first state tournamen where covers, were laid for 140 in 1922 and Since that time ha gduet by the ,Mortinson girls of! guests. A 4—tier wedng cake waswon the state title 25 times made and dECOI'ated lby Mrs-i emerged the victor this year Floyd “Weyel‘ and MI‘S- carl‘. Howard King of Enderlin place 030m: SiSber and aunt 0f the second in Class A competition bride. *It was cut and served by, and has also been the shale Mrs. James Gomski and Smles mfiman- Betty Anni ing the crown awayfrom Meyers letler, cousm of the bride, had on several occasions. charge of the guest book. The champion Ml. Meyers They honerOOPed at “Mimi very seldom practices with any closed western paints. ’Ilhe bride-Ioter , layer except by man and is a graduate of the 001% High; it is not unusual for him to have School, and has a standard de—‘ 100 games going on at one time gree from “he DSTC and taught.whlch take from 4 to 6 months sdhool at :Hales Corners, ‘Wisc.,lt0 complete‘ last year. 'Ilhe ibridegroom grad-I The toumajmem :1! the my) Wheret‘hhe “’35 aiing Sunday morning to classify c., serv1ng .18 mom 5 overseas”,e players, Nine piayeis quali- in Germany- He was employedéned for the “A” class and 8 for‘ by [the American (Motor Corp. at the class “B” division Milwaukee: 'WiSC- :Lee Summers of Beach placed MW 0"" 0f town ralative‘s and behind Km» of Enderlin to take friends attended the nuptials. mind Mace gm Class “A” compet. . . . ition. John Berg of Fargo took gllirlne Circus At mural. A. P. Roberts of Gaming- ' , ton, Jack Packard of New Rock I. fond, Julius Thorn of Coopers ; Wattles-Mme Circus corner!V town, Hal-runes: Neal and Osca to the Glendlve fair-grounds on of muck me up ‘ WHY. July 10' many fw'the‘remaining players in-Claass A. acts will he presented. cmpetiotn. ‘11. Cecil W. Dyer, chairman of the Art Soderberg of Berth-old took Circus makes claim that the Class “3" cm wim cam, when Rudy 'Bros. Circus, 1 of me'cOok of (Beach placing Second in 5 circuses' in the U. S. appears! that division. Bill Rommel of at fairgrounds more animal Dickinson was while Bay be presented mam areiL‘ingk , and Stanley Bobnoy, of appearing in A all other Beadi,"Rudy Muus‘ of Velva and ' p Harold Zebarth of . Glmdive «There will-be 2 hours 0! fine rounded out the players in that entertainment. 2 perfomnancesfldivision. at 2 p.m. and .8 pm. Sunday, July 10. Attend Church On Sunday Played For State Crown rIluesday morning after checker tournament was over} Pingree, lLee Summers. these five. men met waltz The City of Beach played host John Meyers of Pingree whligand Rev. Alton Johnson of 381.: . . t . . lMFLmhamp a number of times. tak‘ . was held in; uated from the Dordhester, W1se.!the Club Rooms in the mead high school, and 'Sel‘Ved 2 yeamre building with the play start-i fl4th WMF Retreat Held Thurs-Friday 93 Lutheran Ladies attended the 14th annual Women’s Mis 1Mrs. Lars Vanvig Visiting In Norway 1 Tot Swallows Mrs. Lars Vanvig of Medora .Norway, where she is visiting her family. ‘She had not planned l sionary Federation Retreat at Badlands 'Bible Camp, at Medora ilast Thursday and Friday. Bible Christian, died in Norway sud<' Studies on the 'Book of Jesus ‘ guest speaker. Special music was vocal solos .by Mrs. A. L. Hal-gen of Dickin- ison, Mrs. Keith Finklle of Beach lfield. There was also a vocal gSentinel Butte. Registered were 517 congregations from the Dick linson and Hettinger Circuits. Thursday evening, Mrs. Joan ;(Stecker) Samuelson from Djvog jakarta, Indonesia, gave an il- lustrated talk on her experiences iwhile livng in that country and' ilndia during the past 3 years. Mrs. Cliff Stecker of Beach is Dickinson Circuit Promotion Sec Sent. Butte Covaoys t’lace In Rodeo It was cowboy Christmas for four men of the Sentinel Butte community who placed in events in the rodeo held July 3-5 at Belle Fourdhe, lS. :Dak. Alvin Nel- son «placed first in the bronc riding, with Tom Tesdher placing second. Jim Tesoher placed in 3 events: bronc and bull riding and steer wrestling, with Dean Armstrong receivng recognition in the handbook and prone rid— ing events. ‘ All the men participated in *a rodeo in Canada June 27 and 28 when Tom T$oher received honors in 111mm riding and. Jim Teacher in all three events. ROBERTS nmuns DRAMA PREVIEW Harry Roberts. Custodian of the Chateau xDeiMores at'Medora. was one of a group who attmd’ed‘flie preview (performances of “)Old ito make the trip hack at this time, but her youngest brother denly, and while she could not and shots soon enough to get there to attend the funeral, she decided that she Would leave as soon as possible to visit her other relatives. She left via plane from Bismarck and made the trip across the At- lantic Iby jet airliner. Mrs. Vanvig is now in Lyng- dal, ‘Norway where she is a guest of her brothers and sisters. She plans to remain there about two months and will return in time to vote in the presidential elec« ticm this fall. Camp Dominic Savio To Be Held Soon Rev. Laurence Talty, director dale, announced this week that or from campers for four of this summer’s camping sessions. The youth camp. established this year on the shore of the Garrison Reservoir is open to boys and girls of all religious denominations between the ages of 8 and 14. lBoy’s camping periods 'for July 6-16, July 17-27, and July 27- Aug. are not yet completely filled, and the last session for girls, Aug. 2161,45 also still op— en for more campers. Selective Service Clerk is Awarded , Afibeautitul pin with 15 year award Ifor service to the nation was given to Ruby Kipp of Beach» by Gov. John Davis. In his letter of Cmgm’ctilatiom Gov Davis said he considered it a pri- left about two weeks ago for; of Camp Dominic Savio at River—1 applications will still be accept—l Diet Capsules i The ll year old son of Mr. and .Mns. David Lommen of Medora was rushed to the Johnstone ‘Mem Hospital last week, after it was discovered that (he had accident-K ally swallowed about 12 dieti capsules, at the family’s trailer home at the site of the “Oldi Flour-Eyes” drama, where the' father has the leading role ofl Teddy ‘Roosevelt. The haby was given first aid & recovered suf- ‘ficiently to return to his home: last Friday. Cook Injured In One-Car Accrdent 1 i Joey Cook, about 18, son of: Sentinel lButte. was l'iospitalizediI overnight llast vFriday, after suit: fering numerous cuts and zbruis-f es, after a one-car accident late} Friday night. near the Dick! iPendlreton farm. Young Cook isj employed by Jim Jefferies. .and a deep gash on his chin, asl 4-H TaleniSIl—o—w Sat, July 9th will he [held this Saturday, July 9, at 8 pm. in the Legion Hall in Beach. Seven 4-H clubs in the county will put on a 6 or 10 minute entertaimnent. Recreation and entertath nuniber to begin rfl’lQ'éVGfiIhES, entertainment. Rec- neation‘ and dancing will [follow under the direction of Morris Douglas. MISS on MIDEAST' TOUR Miss Sophie Jahr sailed on June .30 for the Middle East on vme'm give mus award to Bum,- a Bilbléflpndr. Cruise in conjunc- tion iwithvthe Wheaton College, Four-Eyes” in the alumni}; mus Kim as she is a mu part of the I I, . fl- is located near Chicago" Amphitheatre near Madam, on Saturday, June 25, ' ' ' special showing for those ,;w‘ho deal in tourism. It was ‘by the Roosevelt rpm-k and Bad- lands Assnn Dickinson Chamber of Commerce and the GNDA. The drama is one of the main attractions of western N. D., and is of |benefit: to all the surround- .ing towns within a. radius of 150 miles. Roberts says the dra- ma will bring many out of stat- ers here, and more lodging and eating places will be needed in this area. Each performance is being improved. Roberts has seen the drama 7 times and plans to go again. ILL AT BEACH HOSPITAL Charlie Carlson of Beach was taken ‘ill, with a flareup of his heart condition, and entered the Johnstone lMem. Hosp. last Fri- day. lHe is holding his own, a fact that is welcome news to all of his many friends, all of whom tearn’ that we all depend wpon id, was, and file contribution made by hereto the Selective, Service Sys tqn‘and our hourrrtry is greatly impreciatedk He stated further that, he wishedf‘to thank herifor her outstanding’efifiort to the suc-, cess of the Selective Service Sys— tem of North Dakota. srscxsn AUCTION SALE ON JULY 11 various items of modern farm machinery, some household ap :pliances, and miscellaneous ar- ticles. of the estate of J. M. Stecker, on Monday, July 11. at the farm located 7 miles north, ,1 mile east and another mile north of Beach. Lunch will be served by the Methodist ladies. 'llhe Farmers and Merchants Bank will he clerk, and Jim Cook the auctioneer. OPEN HOUSE flhelMe‘yers the state champion from join in wishinglhim an early and The daughters Of ‘Mr- amid Mrs. Beach, rcomplete recovery, 511% damper Cliff Stacker invite friends to an to have placed third in class A competi Avis, now Mrs. Carl Peterson of Open houseihomring vilheir Par- breflrfast: together before depart- tion Sodeiiberg of Bert Riverside, Calla, arrived in Bill-. ants on their 25th wedding anni- iooi-M.~SrespectiVe homeslihold. who took the class «B champ tags this Tuesday, via blandand at “he Stacker We on a“ Packard or Rockford. the, other playens had lettbe— 'In the hack row, 1. to r.: John fore the picture was taken. to visit her tamer, .oatervmlatives ‘ fl «’ 'Carmngton, and Kingof Endean and several. otCuzbm. I who Wt her during aim and and. No invitations we been locally. There will be an auction of; lll. She; is one of a group of 40 members who will tour the Holy Alter, spending about 8 days in Naples. Italy, the grout» will transier 'to another ship to go on to tour Egypt, Lebanon and Damascus. They will spend 9 days in Jordan and 5 days in Israel, to complete the trip. The tour will include stops in (France, Italy, Egypt, Lebanon, Palestine, Israel and Greece. Miss Jahr will return to New York on the S. S. Atlantic on Aug. 12. tween July 5—16 should be ad- dressed as folle: lMiss Sophie tM. Jahr, Care of Wheaton Party, National Hotel, Jerusalem, Jordan. .— At .Parontal Home -— Miss «Flora {Rose Birdsall, dau- ghter of Rev. and Mrs. C. Lee Birdsall. returned home last week for a short visit. She has been attending Westmont Col- lege at Santa Banbara, Calif., and will [be a senior next year. She is majoring in biology. This Mr. and «Mrs. Taylor Cook of [had several teeth broken ourfimen attendants the result of “he mishap. lDierck-s, Mason City. The anual 44H Talent Show< Miss Taylor Bride .Con Short In Iowa Wedding vows were exchang- ed by Miss Sandra Taylor, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don ‘ald E. Taylor of Marshalltovm; Iowa. and Con Short of Medora, N. D., son of Congressman and Mrs. lDon Short of Bethesda, Md. on Saturday, July 2, 1960. Rev. James lDelahooke officiated at the nuptials at pm, in the First Methodist church, at Marsh- alltowh. rPotted palms, baskets of purple asters and white stocks and candelabra decorated the church. Mrs. C. Sweeney presid- ed at the organ, and an uncle of the (bride, Robert C. Gruman of Minneapolis, Minn, was soloist. The bride’s attendants were ‘lizabeth Ann Hai‘iekells, L‘llerom kee. Iowa, Leslie Grail-am, New Richmond, Wise, Mary Jane Foringer, ‘Winnetka. Ill, and Nan Norton, Marshalltown, Ia. Gary Short of Waterloo, Iowa, Hexwas best man, and other gentle- included Gary Farstueet of Beach, N. D, Roger ‘ Iowa. and §Merwin Odenbaugh, Glendive, Mont. Candlelighters were Chris- tine Jensen, cousin of the bride, Wollaston. Mass.“ and Susan jShort, sister of the bridegroom, Bethesda, Md Ushers were Ed Winter, Kalona, Iowa, Bill Me- ‘Eniry. Riverside, Iowa, Duane {Abraham Beach, N. D, Pete Dav~ is, :Ames, Iowa, and Tom Taylor, brother of the bride, of Marshall. town, flows.» The bride was escorted by her father, and was attired in a gown of white silk organza, floor length, styled with a high Scoop- ed necklinemand short sleeves, with seed pearl embroidery edg- ing the neckline and Viennese lace appliqu‘é on the bodice and fill skirt with hustle and chap- el train. A mantilla of Chantil- ly Ilaoe, shoulder length, and cascadeilbouq'wetc of purple ast- ers, green "grapes and grape WY. Wtedihm‘ ensemble. A peanl necklace; which had be- longed to the: ‘mother, and an heirloom ring of; diamonds in a gold basket setting which“ had been in the Short family for six ‘generatiom ware her jewelry. ‘" {Qanh, 5) Vancouver’Jr. Band Coming July 24-25 The Vancouver Junior Band will make personal appearance in Beach on Sunday, July 24 and Letters to Miss Jahr posted be-iMondaY. July 25. There will be about 41mm in this band composed of boys and girls aged 13 to 17. 'Ilhe are all very talented, and present an excellent show. The young people will he accompa- nied by 4 adults. They have ap peared here before, and wave ex- tremely well-liked. Jot the date down—amid (be sure not to miss them! Attend Nophow's Nupfials -— Mr. and Mrs. Tim Redmond of is her first opportunity to he at Beach attended the wedding of home in at years. She plans to his neplww, Pat fRedmond, at , , . , return to Santa Barbara the lat- Belfield» last Saturday, "1561?on A. ionshép. ~Wé are sorry that Muawas'met by (Mr. and; Masi'fiobert July 10. Friends will be her part of July. at the Catholic Murcia. I’at was marri- IHer only:sister, Marion, is ‘ed Obrigewitoh. played as a payroll clerk: at the ‘A dame:- mld peceptlon followed, Santa Bafibm Press. at the .Wnoriaa Hall. Beltield. .mmmrwm; .:.: nw;€~i:.:mlai mil