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VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1960 NUMBER 9 ed by, .~htnimg at the ,Henry w~. . I-, July 30 and in the even~g tilt did quite a bit "of damage to the nzr.~-~ . . W~ ?:x ~t Blamed If or,t g after b is picl~tp " W7 / / 1~ .l ' " " ~ t " .Y,~" " . oward .'Hardy of Beach was l wrecK anti yearn take place Sunday, Jttly 31, at arid barley are dead ripe, and elected q~hairman of the N! D. ~:~ ~e Larson fam~land is in ~he . 8 p.m between me winners Of some have Mready been ha~vest-iState ~/~heat Commission a~ its : Soil ~ m~d {MR'. and {Mrs. Lax-I . Our extr~ely .~gh. tem pera.~ the t, wo :gm~. s. led. It ~ eshmate~i that .the big l orga.nizational meeting in Bis- son are not living here anywhere rare 1 as~ ,vvea ~ e ~ el .a~n.e~,i Trns snou ~, the an mteresung, v,~eat. ~axwest win' IDe weul uvmer-]marck, recently. ~lardy ~has been b~xt are oR the West Coast. Mr.l~bY zer me. sun4~.r~. [ tou.vney, w~th the ~our teams way m o~.e more week, barr~tg serving on the State Commission Booth ~urriedLy summoned thei~hcih~ caused a frez~ht e~gmolbemg ~rly we~ maWhed. Dur.lunforesee~ c~2cumstances. [since t was ~irst organized a xtei~ors, and .then fhrought his an(, about 18 c.ars to. go or~ melir~g ~te .season iBe~field andI Yields. v~ile not)n the q~urn~-!year ~go. tractor a~td ,plow into action, a~xd tr.aOk. The acctaent happenect a Bea~lh spht a two game series, er category, promise to exceed The Commission is charged with t~ey were dble to control the[miles east of !Fry-burg. and both teams eked out a on% those of ~last year, in just dboutlthe responsibility of finding new ,~,~ {*ear an ~bandoned coun ~I The record ~eat is undoufbted I run game with Golva R~ehard M1 areas here, ,but. continued, high, markets and new uses. for wheat try s~mol, which endar~gered ly a .cause of the ,death of ,an N. Iton with a young team, could temperatures will cut thin some-land wheat ,products. It was or- the Im=rson farm buildir~gs, and P. ,Railroad employee, Ted Toep-I surprise the other entrants. ,~what. !ganized ~, the last 'legistatiw a/so wheat fields nearby fbe}or~g ke of GlendPce, a track su.pervis-! Plan to come out and watch' Walter Mattson, local County session with a board of seven to Garb'to Hemnes and Leon- or, who was found dead beside the @uture players of your corn-Agent, is one of the ,Farm Labor members. Much Damage Win Honors At in ach Hosts County Roasts In Ropie Reece's [Rites Accorded Calgary Stampede . . By Sat. Storm l r= Cowboys of the Sentinel Butte Legion Tourney 108 Temperature IBr ther Dies i i ,Ropge 'Reece ,Beach reoe"v gnthony Kautzman area won he, ,ors at the Calgary, word of the death of 'his ,brotheri Man~ thousa~nds, of dollarsSt~mpeae, nero at ~atgary, A-~ The 14th D~stmct Ju, mor Leg-i. Last Wednesday, July 20 was :.wh .passed away Tues Juty. 26: ,Fun,~r a~l services were sotem- worth of damage was inflicted on bevta, Canada on Sat. and Su~, ion Baseball Tournament wRh the hottest day even any of our m Nal~panee, Ind. ~o%ne left !nized ~r ~nthon"v Kautzma~ o~ hom-~s and fm'va ~)uiktings in this Iuly 16 and 17. 14 teams er~tered will get ur~der-' oldest old-timer can remember,~ Beach Tuesday after.noon ~by bus Sentinel ~Butte on Friday. July eoma-n~nity during the ~lectrical' Jim Tescher won the. aTt way at me !Beach ~ball park on'with .the mercury soaring to 108 ~or D}ck~nson to catch rbe train 15, 1960, at St. Michael's-Catho~- ,stnr~n last Saturday eveninm~ aroun~ ~oronc honors ann AWm Saturday July 30 at 3 p m F in Beach, tying with Bismarck for Na~panee, to attend the fu 'lie m~uIxth' in Sentinel Butte, with - ) ,N.el~on ,placed 2nd m bronc md I . . July 23, that was rather brief, I I The 4 teams to ,play ~or t~e,for the d~btous honor as i~he 2 norM. Roy, WiHiam A. Rushf0~l o~fi= -- -,m' tom Tescner places in me ,~ . ], but wolent m scattered areas. A g" . D~strret Title are Golva, .Belheld, hottest places m N D. I "----" ~ ' .ctatm~ at the 10 a.m. servmes. a~aout 6 m ~ill ~ooth discovered ;Drone rtamg at a roaeo nero a~ Richardton and ~Beaoh. Gol'va and: The steamy temperatures made! U[. J ~| ~. ] t]D Paltheare~ included Kernev a fast~ading grass fire start-lW lf Point, Mont. recently. Riohardton play at 3p.m Sat ! every movement an effort andl[la]['~ly ][~l~l 10 ~Kau~an, Et~gene Kautm'n~ "Donatd ,Kautzman, David .Kautz- man, F ~ward Keutmm~n and ard Sartz !'his railroad motor car just a~munity, may~be a few major Representatives, who is assisting The W~baux County Rural Fire few miles from Beamh, near leaguers in the ,group! Tourna-' the State ;Employment Ser, ice [,OO~] ('~.]~.| I-I~m-, Truck and .the REA truck and Yates. He had the car off the merits will be sold for $1. The' in Ipl.acir~g harvest workers in ~-, "~ ~ *.'~'~ . crew arrived at this time, and tracks to allow a ~reigbt train winner of the Dis.trict wili playI this area, and anyone in *need Prom ~.Jouncl[ lvlee completed the work of the men to pass, ~nd was stricken beside! for the Regional Title At~g. 7. l o~ harvest he~p .should contact ma~ing sure that it was .not fan the car, where other ra~road ~ [!his office, at ~he courthouse i~ u:ane ~cnmet~g, ~aughter o[I TONY KAU~AN ned into ~la, me again by-uinds en~ployees found him a few Beach Bees vs ,Beach immediately. ~Farmers,Mr. ~nd Mrs. Votney 'Sohrneling] which had arisen after he fire minutes later. Dr. C. A. BuSh was [needir~ heln or machines and!Of '.Sentinel ,Butte, returned last'Dary~l Kautzma~n.~He was taken to Just about one year ago ~igh ca/~ec~, and ~ter examination, Rhame This Sunday ~vailab~e workers also, ~outdlTUesday, July 19, ~vom attendinglMott, his ,f~ormer home, for ~)ur- lcontact Mattson's office without the state executive coun'cil meet l ia.l in St. ~Placidus Cemetery. winds blew down vat REA polo'said .death was caused t)y acer- The Beach ,Bees 'basebM1 team dela, ing of ,N I) 'I~HA in Fargo Shel Mr. ,Kautzman~ succum'bed sud- Sier thethe samesouth spOt,side eausi~gof ~-~ road.a fire ebral hemmor~hage, will meet the R~hame team at' ~ sevves as State ,Historian. Kathy t.denly,at the Nor&hen Pa~.i, fi~ "Phe earm home uf ,Mr. and Mrs. End, aged Bea<~h this coming Sunday, July,~-~i,o o,~," ~.-~l,~,~Ku~r~kol. state president, Botq-IHospitmt in >G,lendive, Montana, 31. It promises more than the ~,~ ~( a,~ ~.~( ~B neau, ,presided at the 28 day sos- on Tuesday, July 12, at 9:15 a.m. Clarence IFmneman was exten- ~' ~" usual amoum of action, as this] In Beach Stores s~on $uly 17-18. of pnet~monia a.~d other comfit- six,ely dm'naged ~by fire caused when lig#,tning struck ~the chirn- !will be a Milwaukee League Ten officers and district pres- ', cations arising after stomach su.r- hey, travelir~g into a room on I game. Come out and enjoy a Clara's Shol0 and the Hazelone idents attended the meeting in gory there a week previously, ~he north aide of the house, set- pleasant and wholesome after- ~hcrp are ~ooth havir~g their an- 3 committees. ,Diane served with from which he seemed to be noon, and support the team nual clearance sales this week--- the grou,p who planned the N D recovering satisfactorily Urg ~ a~e t~wrs ~'mneman was " e sure " " " ' ,~,~,~ o,~h,~ ~ ~,~" " "" ~ . The game wtll get underway a~ b to read thmr adv. else- ~HA ,Guide Boo~. Mr. Kautman is survivd by,his +h.~hear~ a'~afenL'~i~no~e'.e'when 2 p.m. i v~here in this edition ~or details Monday the group took a tour wife, IMrs. ,Katherine Kautzman +.h.~ ~ ~ ,e ~+,~,;,~,:, ~;~ ~,~ ~h,~ - i of the bargains bem'g offered, of OhHdren's Village. The council a~d ~our mhHdren, Timothy, age was ~ware that it had set the .:'iar tslrtnaa, o,-- votes to continue maKir~g con-1~, Kat~leen 14, Bruce, 11, and ~ - - *r~ [ ~h lro ~ W~nfo~] Af trl,butions to this agency ~or the Pamela 7 One daughter, Carol, house af/re until nor nusoana :~";': i ,L r . ' . i illl~:~ Y d%,~:~L ~lllll~- a. !-, n 4th consecutive year succumbed at the age of f~fteen and son Rickey came in a ~ew i r .~.A '- ' " 6~ 1.-~4- ,-1 U*~ ~ ~, ~J~|,L A1 ~1~ 1~I~ Christian Finlayson first state mon~s Other survivors irml~de " ;" *." ~ enA ao~,tsor Fargo talked on two ~brothers, John, Mott and ,az me smoke aria ilames, son Larry remrnea to ueach -vne ,~oam o u. S. L.iVli ~el'- fl~ " ~, . . ' '1I . . ,~. me purposes o~ state convenuon :George who moves to ~ittings, Hel~psped to ~he Finneman; from a .~-weeKs vacation spent vice ~ammers a~ Mlnot Air ' " # " " [ " - " " " ' r ' l'nts was orlowect ioy paarmlng Mon~, recently xrom ~eac, n anu arm ~rtth members of the Gol m Sea~',e and Blame, Wn on Fo ee Base, N. D. has announced - ' i Civil ~ --" "" ~' . ior me urn. state convention in 2 sisters tvn's, lsaoeite ~temer, va ~vol~ .~,teer. ~we oepr armv-, bunclay. JUly z.~tn, wnne in w,n a '~ervlce r~xam Ior positions ,c r ." ~ -,1 a o . ~ " " I ~ . . 'ra ~,o ~p~tt ~tatan~ ore. anct ,vtrs Kose l)letrtc~l, .Dottn res- They would have been ~blei ,&~:iily gatnelungs featured bn'lh lat Mmot and )Grand Forks Air ; "'. . " . . , ',- i~ . ~ taents OI LOl~gVteW wn an(/ to co.nt~ol the ,fire co m4)!,etely, da, v co,oblations for Jesse on,F;rCd~tBas2. S ele$[ttOnefOr Career TB's GRANDDAUGHTER many loyalfriends exeep~ xor me zact gna~ ,m err war! -,~t,]y I].t'A. walter AItOD. arm )'vtrs ~ ' lona wtxt S .rvlee ap- w,o ~,~^,~, ,~, . 7 " , ' ' omtm ) YA ~&A -'-i&w,Jna aa%r-a Ml[nony, Dettez Known as -or supply was .ex~m~sted ,'before W. H. Wood~ml c,n July 12Jb,:P ' ents ~viH be made frmn " ~ ~.:. ' ",". they cotHd a'ce~mplL~h this. The. and Susan Alton on July 20th. i appl'icants w~ho ~ave filed un- . u,ne. ~rana.aau~Lnter m l;:eo- o~!5, l%a~tzman, was 72Y2 a~ Beach ,Fire ,De t. ,wa called, and ** . In honor of her 89th birthda i der t ose announcementsand ore oosevek. trs Anarew M: u.! on uec;Tt, :m aaa ~%e rt~rc/-~e ~r:~.~k :rrived, bu~ ~Mr. ann cvirs. ~es.-;r "~;.V o~ Mrs. %Vooc~hu[l was taken on a; who have met the qualification v~ ~,~ams, jr. oz ~eatue wn w~A :ecetv~7 ~ts .ectucatmn m lv~o~ err a e arrwe in 1 t t n ea area eaenoo,is He W~:IS matltect to ~YadthraettLinm~ ~aol~2~r%2;a 2:ndtraf a~hne~.UnTau~h~er, ;~gth 1-day cru,se thru the San Juan ;~q~t?~gmes~bofi g~hedo~nO~ltl/2. RCe,morning :[oD ? tWO dayI~ay a,:, Miss Katherine Wagendorf ou water arid had the fire C to Kermeth G. :Hager, son of f&lowing ,positinns- N.D. 5ha. Wm an:s. >,e Oct. 29, 19 2, at aegent D com~l~tel3~ cleared up. iMr. and Mrs. Arno Hager of New LA,BOrI~ER -- $1.94 per hour. Ethel Roosevelt Derby will be and 'he and 'hts ,family made their qe ~ home on ~heir farm in the North The one side of the Finnemas~ Salem, N. ~D. The wedding is An'nou,~cements an,d necessary :a Lne .'.late to ,hem, y pre:en: borne will have to be entirely planned for August 21 at Medora. forms can ~be Obtained at any a saddle o~ce bemnging ;, t~ ,o-- rebuilt, as will the roof, w~hieh "- first or ,s.econ;d class post office ::tit t ~}~c- ,:a',~,nal m~ o:',a'. beside the fire damage, 'has a Mrs. Orpha Blue here the announcements are park whic,h bears his >'me. Ac'co;npanyin-. Mrs. W:lliam g,p hole cut it, so t at Dies In California 1 posted. fir.~men cc,uld at the b azo,~ wil~ be fher sons Dick 16, and An- y.hitch started at approxmmtelyII M~. Orpha Blue, for a great dy 17. 7:45 p.m. There ~as a, lso heavy many years a resident of Beach, smoke damage }o the living arid an aunt of Ted Blue of this room, ~but the Clarence Finne-city, succumbed in Costa Mesa, man family is thankful t~at no Calif on Friday, Jul~ 22, 1960. one was in,jured, ~nd are re-[She had Ibeen making her home joich~ tbecause their PresentI with her daurghter, Mrs. ,Dorothy misgortu,me wasn't worse, as it,Johnson there. well might have been. if theI Ftmeral services were conduct- fire had started ~,te at ni, ght ed ~or 'her at Costa Mesa on whe~ ~ey were all asleep. [Men,ray, $'uly 25, at 11 a.m; (l~r- The stone storm ~used a ~,ur* ther details of ~ ~ervices, an4 ry Of excitement at the home of !M~r. ~xt ~h~. ~ud ~Bi~p in ~e~h; ~a~t did only minor dam= age, w~en ~tning burned off a wh~ o~ their TV a~tenna, axed l~e.:ffm,m ~ .of Joe "Dio~, ,in Sentinel ~utte rural area wM': m :out when a mi g st~-.~ere, ~t .dam~,ge was Dart Kart Race ,3unday At Jack's OPEN HOUSE TO {HONOR SHORTS Sentinel Butte community, since that time. A mem,ber of the St, Mmhael's Cal'holic Ohurch. Me. Kautzman was known and liked for his devotion to his family, and interest and concern for t:t-~e well-being of his eommumty and country. Band and Carnival Appear In Beach The Var~otwer 3kmi~r ~nd was warn~ly received here, in ~hei~ eon~ert last Sunday even- ins, that drew an ~.m, usua}ly ~a~e number of ~ple. The M~ ca~,tiv~ uet up on lots near the Holl~cl W otor Co, 11he first of Phis week, and h>ca:l resident especiM~y the yom~sters, on Islands ,to Victoria, B. C. ,by her 3 d uJhters; included in party were Mrs. Woo~tH1. Lola Of- son, Seattle, Leo~a Neudeok, Ju The Bea