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August 4, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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7th with 'Beaoh leading :by althe ‘Gov. points out uhth alflliouéhi’ponald mines” cut and served score of 4 to 3. Doug Johnson the first 5 months of 1960 amas—lthe beautxfiufly decorated wed-I pitcher fine Iball, scattering 4 hitsjsed an enviable safety record,ldmg Cake made by Mrs. Allen over the (first -6 innings. Dougésmce the beginning 0f June weakened in like top 0f the 7th‘ Dak.’s rate has skyrocketed. Since, y and after iSSUin'g 2 walks) Waleuxnve 3 there have been 43 traf-‘Daw'dson Poured the COffecv and relieved ‘by ‘Ron Kreitinger. By a series of walks and errors, Bel- fie'ld ended the top Off the 7th!the' highway ‘ fie deaths. department Beach was unalble to score in traffic control in their half and the final score‘wifih the <Hi‘gih‘wvay patrol on was Belfield 9, Beach 4. statewide basis. Doug Johnson had a perfect 1e and a walk. 'Lee Talkimgbon.l'53 county sheriffs and county :Bellfield 3rd sackuer, also had ajcommissioners to help curtail perfect night with the stick, go the rising trafific toll. Mamr mg for 2, with 2 walks. counties have increased their Coadh Eddie Knesset had the trafific safety activities by anew- :aeuield boys playing alert. haw.ng mileage budgets for .shg'iffs and running like the Chicago and other peace odficers m. White Sox. ‘" ~ county roads. in the championship” affair on, ‘V y ‘ Sunday night, Beltield and ‘Goll—iTl-ottefs Man va met in a 9 'v '. game. Coaoi, Fischer called on‘ms' stout-hears; In S. CarOhna ed ace, Gary Samuels to try and; stop the Belfield boners. Cow-hi Kroegea‘ having used one. the hard mrowing and sharp aggéltain, Soullh _(.‘arolina. on- in Larry :Filklowski as moundlwne 12' 1960' duty. .Filkowskivva stellar. M9 The cough are mak -< " ‘ , . me at Oolumhla. , St! be“ C01“ £017 7* mmg tD’Tpresent, but will be returning Friends in she Trotters here learned recently that ‘4 Morris Tasker, was ma. lMlSS Helen Hix at Little‘i .10 I .II' 1 th G v. o d d that‘m‘e guest 'bmk- The table was‘ July e 0 r ere air_‘decorated with fresh flowers and «by garnering 6 runs on 1 hitlplane, a Cessna 180, be used in 301d candlea ‘ conjunction l ‘ At the same time Gov. Davis and a grandson in the Navy. .ugtieht. adobe; lull “h oudrwéfl-a. .p'i-rm zed“ "l ufi' “moperano‘ri‘ "Dy“ ‘me‘i‘ " ‘ a ly Mary Ann Hensohel), grade were guests of ‘honor at 0pm nun-w w; uuuasaas uuuuycxnuuxco :uCLl: recently. 'but in spite of this, it. ,compares very favorably withl , . . last year’s ields, and ran es all jZEGhaalf’ $052: filer: grid "91gb the way frat}; fair to excepgonally . or 0 e arso m' J' D good in this county. The corn here is starting to get ears now, and harvest of that crop is setl start around the last of Aug. or the first part of Sept. Pastures which were green as the Emerald Isle a few weeks Jilly 19th, 1910- 'Ilh'eyla-go now are tinged with lbrownl l S. gill/Ira ‘Halvor was in charge of i The Carlsons were married in a Medora, haVe one 9011. Ralph at homeyf‘hereylbut the lhay harvest seems lto have ’been quite satisfactory. {The 1960 ‘potato crop looks prom-’ {ising at present, but of course, yields will not *be as good as; 1 the wo 16. have if we had es- ;l‘aculty Complete y u coped the extremes of tempera: School Wlll ture these last eeks MISS ROBIN“ . lriage of their daughter. Betty to Mr. Robert S. Goroski of Bak er, Mont, son of Mr. and Mrs Stephen Goroski, Carlyle, Mont be opening Aug ‘ ‘ ‘ D' ’ M k {Aug 31 for the Beach hi school. letz S al‘ lReturning teachers are as fol- glows: Mary Miller, grade one” 25 h . lMary Kannanberg grade tw’o "5 v y l — IMrs. Lowell Christensen grade ‘ Ithree, Mrs. James ‘Ul‘fers (dormer Mr- nod. and Mrs. Herman :Dietz Open House For— Shorts At Medora Many friends and neighbors' ; ding anniversary June 13, 19601greeted U. 98. Rep. and Mrs. Don tumng are Carol twan‘m music at their home in Sentinel Butte. Short, at an Open house Sunday five, Betty Christensen, grad-e six (House, Planned by their daugh- and thn Pilot, principal of Lin. ters Monica and Joy on the dc- lcoln grade school and grade 8. Gaston 0f their 25th or Silver wed'l me high school teachers re‘ and commerce, Mrs.~..Ear.l lPe. r I and tildes attended the affair. Their, sdn, Home Economics . n. I. parlors of the Lutheran ch -_.-. _.. l. . .g c “we . a o p' u A November wedding is plan- .fiflbout 135 friends and re1a< 1111331» frm«~s3mt° 5.Pvm-#im u was Ibias handed. lengtlh veil was arranged from ‘a pill box style headdress em— broidered in seed pearls, and she carried a Colonial style bouquet of white carnations and ivy. The maid of ‘honor wore shrimp color frock of silk orgam 23 over taffeta, featuring a scoop~ short sleeves, and waltz length skirt, accented with a Colonial bouquet of white car< ed neokliine, nations. The lbridegroom and best man. were vmmte“ amTér Jackets and ' dark trousers, with carnation boutonnieres. A reception and wedding ‘breakfast followed at the Bismarck Country Club, where covers were laid for 40 guests. Vera Bentz, Bismarck, presided at the punch bowl, and Mrs. John Wetzel, grandmother of the *bride, poured coffee. ‘Mis-s Clara ‘Kippley, Beach, aunt of the bridegroom cut the attractively decorated wedding cake, Miss Jean Ullfers, sister of the bride~ groom. was at the gift table, and Kathryri Hensohel, sister of the bride, registered guesis’ names. After their wedding trip to >t1he Black "Hills the couple will make. their home ianeao'h, where 1' mefifiougwom is an enmloyee of the Occident Elvator Co, and . .- A n.- A chapel