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THURSDAY, JULY 7, 1960 TIIE BILLINGS COUN'I PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAJL The Week Around Medora ,ur ow, family n'om Bismarck and one potluck d:sh. Refre h- I)in, ner guests at t~he W. Mal- mcnt w;~. be furnis'hed by. '~-~,~e Les:ie Acldey a~d s~ster Carol Ic.le L. G. 8t'o%vI~ on Sunday. lm-y ,home on the 4tl~ were Mr. WMi;. from Wn sto2pcd m Medora ~a Tih'y were gotr~g to Bismarck and and Mrs, Andrew Carlsmx and visit friends cm Tuesday. "l;hey e~peet to ~top in ,Medora on their Mr. an-~ Mrs. l,:oyd Houri< from 5,IqDOF~!t rrNgON had just come from Terry, Mont rmuvn "trip ~crme, to visit with Beaca a~(' M. am Mr>. . >. CONGREGATION I~,!. C!IURCIt v/here tthey ~ha.d attended a fam-~rie~cts. Northr(:, =n:t ,~.'5 I,t'Pimr:. Rev. C. I,e, Bhd,"~" :x q'he world's largest buffalo now greets travclers on U. S. Highway No. 94 near James- town, North Dakota. Built of steel and concrete, it's big enough to scare Paul Bun- yaff--stands as high as a three-story building, is 37 feet long! i Aner a clay in the oloi ul Dakotu . ~r after a day's work in shop I BROCKMEYER Radio Service Phone 2-43 3 BEACH. NO. DAK. Emerson &L Motorola ! Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. i BEN HU R ; FROZEN FOOD CHESTS ~ASY SPIN.DRIER WASHERS family ~'o/'mer ~[edora residents :~,re d: ' ~ ,h:er Jean left Fairfieqd Twm,s were born to Mr. and now ~iving a.t Anc~ka, Minn. ar- on Wed. oa a trip to San Fran- Mrs. Nell Patti of ~he Beaoh rur- rive~ i~ Me&)i'a on Sa(urday and cisco, from t,I~ere Jean wiI,l go by a.1 area on Wednesday morning, were <~vet~llig~ht g~aests a~ ~h.:, plane to Jap;:~ :~) 'sin he:" bus- J.u,ne 29. at the Johnstone Mere. Maw ~il~ham and Paul Lebo res- band. " Hospital. "fine babies were husky idences. Mrs. X~a:"ha Porter t(,ol- Mrs weighi.n,g 6 l,bs. 6.', 'oz. and 7 l~hs. ,lV~.s. J~ wd~art and Mrs Mary Gil'ham to BeaCh wilh her 1 oz and were named Robert' Quick from Wetonka. S. D. and (~.~ Ved.ncsday of last week. They Alan and Ronald Anthony. The ~rs. Novrngra IHanson ~rom Miteh- went to vist Chas. Cornell at ~e fa~her is employed at l,heRex et, l. S. 9. were guests at Mrs. hospita.1 and he was released and Simmons and Char!ca Zielsdorf F~I'l.en ,O~terhouts ~everal days :~ox *ed to go he, me wil~h *Mrs. farms, last wc~k. 1Mrs. Swi~art residedPorter. WANT a business of your own? A det~en'clable man ~s needed in ~/Iedora many years a,g~o. .P.at~-mR~,"an.d Craig Osbor~ re-j MEDORA a~ once to sul~ply consumers in 'turned to"~lheir {home at Minor LIITt[ ~.r /JR CI{URCt{ Golden Valley and Billings Saturday. '~ey ~ha,d been visting ].'.ev. Alton John,(m, Past(>r Counties with Rawleigh Pro- at the Pau,1 Lebo home ~for the SUNDAY,I d~uets. /Buy on credit--pay as past two week~. :.~ I 8:30 a. m. II(,r~h;?, ;:ervh'e. you sell. For details write Thei IMr. a'~d ,Mrs. W~lace Scott and' 11 a.m. Picnic at t'he Cotton- ~V. T. Rawleigh Co N I~-300- S~a~on groin Sax;d.~e, MonL call- wood Camp Grounds for ,me.rob- 300, 1000 N. Thi~ St Min- ed on t~he Maurice Aivds Th,urs. toYS of ~or~gregation. friends, the neapolis 1. ~Iirm. Weekend auests a* the a. C. Sunday ~chool and Vaeati, on B~b- * ~4-3te -- 48-3tc Rasmussotts were their dauffh- le School. ,Bring sandwiches for FOR SALE --- Baled upland pral rie hay from S. Dak. Dehvered ~ in truckload lots. Inquire Mar fen Jetvig residence 1.ocated h i ! i sec n~l bl' ck west f Meth d~t church in Wibaux. or phone Wibaux 3781. * 31-tR My thanks to everyone who voted for me at the recent Primary, your confi-i | dence and support is apprecmted, i ! - (Pd, pol. adv.) : Fishing Supplies Record Players II SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, JULY 10-11-12 X FLlfllI dIUCERFUL OF HILARITY! WEDNESDAY and THURSDAY, JULY 13-14 An Army of Head Hunters led by an American | | Fro SAT SUN MON.- JULY 15--1,-1r--1 i fight up and j0in the FUN s | II | | | "l 0hniC010f i NOTICE -- No Family Night All children 3 years and, 'older must have a regular 20c admission ticket if accompanied by an adult and 30c if not with an adult. ~^ ~'l~r'411k IN THE SPRING -,g I'~J"~ wise gardeners ~ L~." ,J~'x.'~ give their'shade ~]~,;,~ ~ trees and fruit .~ ~lt-,~"- "~ A "7~- F~ trees a good dg ~ feeding treat- ~'.-~-- ~ ment. Experts z~/.-,w~ say that you'll have best results if you nourish trees with an all-purpose fertilizer when the weather is warm, but be- fore the leaves become full. Make a series of small 2-inch diameter holes in the ground under the drip of the branches in'a zig-zag fashion Be sure to keep all the holes at least two feet away from the trunk, and space the holes about two feet apart from one another. Then pour about a cup of fertilizer solution into each hole. A water soluble plant food, such as Heller-Gro, comes in paste form and is easy to dissolve and apply in this way. for the home is the open butcb cupboard. Its ~'~[I~ ~-- decorative array /~--~P."~ ~t~'~ o, 0.o.d plates, cups and saucers present a pretty tribute to the "return of the dining room." So here's s practical thought if your np-to-dat~ household also boasts a tempestuous toddler or a prowling pussy cat. Beautiful, unbreakabla melamine dinnerware, like the new Oneida Premier melamine, is now styled with s fiat~.hiaa look in translucent whim sh~ and ele. Landy~:olored pattern mo~i~---the tier to brighten the ~hdv~ of any hutch, anywhere. So Why not keep your everyday dltmerwa~ on handy display, and'let it help dee- orate your home--wlthout worry if a plate takes a tumblel COLORFUL PLANT. ERS provide decorations ~oal yard, porch or paUo, and they are easy r ~ make. An old oil barrel, a con, crete block (the kind builders ~el) or a bushel basket, can make an ideal container for live plants. Paint the outside of your impro- vised planter so it blends well with your outdoor color scheme, fill the bottom with stones ( for drainage), then add good topsoil and you're ready to plant your favorite flowers. If you choose a container that's been used for storing dirt, spray x the inside of the tub or basket to make sure that soll diseases or in- sects are wiped out. The experts advise using one of the aerosol tree sprays, such as Antrol's Tree Wound Dressing, to put a heavy lining on the inside of your new "planter." Let's Wla Oam- North Dakota State JULY 17 thru JULY 23 Featuring the best in FARM, HOME and INDUSTRY ALLEN and his famous horse, Koko Aut Swenson and his THRILLCADE Class "A" Speedway CAR RACES MIDGET AUTO RACES Children's Day Free Show, Mon July 18, with a Shetland Pony, Sad- dle & Bridle to be given away free. More Livestock, More Exhibits, over $20,000 in prizes. You voters in these four coun- iie~ were very good lo me in the primary. . I hopo to have your support in ! ~he November election. It would I be a pleasure to represent you ~[][. in ihe State Legislature. I A. R MILLER,"~r PoL ad. pd, by A, R. Miller I wish to take this means to thank eryone for the kind assistance me in the recent election. Pol. Adv. Pd. for by Jack BaYard Your local source for highest q Rubber Stamps at reasonable prices News