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August 17, 1961

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THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1961 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. D The Fryburg News Mrs. Boyd ,Mattesor will be visited at the Verne King home tostess for the StRch and Cha,tter C&apos;lb t her home 'Tharsday vempg August 24 at 7:30 p. m. All members .are urged to be present as questionaires for the "Grey Book" must be fil]ed out. Mrs. Clara Bredburg and granddaughter Robin Brecburg trial held a.t Bismarck. 20 of the Studies Wyoming Rock Formations 30 defendents were found guilty. Lt was >ne of the ]on,g'est and most complicated cases held in Sunday p. m. In. fhe evening North Dako;ba. Mr. and Mrs. 4Harold Talkingtol Mrs. D.n LeDoux and children and son Curtis were callers, of Glendive spert the weekend Duane Urban, elder son of Mr. at the Ed LeDoux boone. Mrs. and Mm. Bill U:ran left Tuesday ,LDoux who was a hospital pat- morniag on his motor scooter tent for four days is slowly hn- for he CArom Peterson ranch proving. where he will  be tmlyloyed. The Rev. Robert Conklin fam- ily has grown in number as two children have c0ne to make their home with the Conklis. They are age 2, and Jamie age 4. The Rev. Bob Taylor, former Belfie,]d Pres. min.ister mad fam- ,Hy visited friends in Eelfield last weekend. ]ney were dinner guests at the Herbert A1teburg home and overn, ight gues,ts a Martha Telford's home. Theb, left Saturday a. m. for 'Russell, Minn where fhey now reside. On teir travels, hey met Rev. and Mrs. R. E. Willians ,and dau- ghters also former Belfid res- ients. The armual church and Sun- d,ay School picni'c will be held 'next Sunday in the ,Roosevelt Park picnic area. Worsthp ser- vice will follow the noon meal. -- Each fam,i'ly is requested to Gary Thompson, Beach, is rugged Wind River Mountains. students .at the Urivmiy of briTg a covered dish, sand- shown here ;participating in a ,Here Prof. Herbert Hendricks, Nort'h ,Dakot Gary is the son wioles, and dishes, summer study at the .geology left, of Cornell COllege, Mt. Vet- of :Mr. ,and M. Ted Thorn Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bredbuvg, field station operated near Du- no Iowa, a staff member fort of Beach. .He wi, be a serdor in Mrs. C. C. Thompson and dau- bois, Wyoming, by Mini Un- the course, explains a mill,ion I)U this fall ma,johag i geol- d Opp, Mr.  Mrs. Phillip ghters Cinl[y and Susie spent versity of Oxf.o.rd, Ohio The '  years work of nature for Fred-i ogy , acl this one mom, h course Wa4goner a, nd family " of South several days at the Kist Cottage' group are working )r ar anal- crick [Ba,ard, Excelsior, Minn.,i was a requirement for his de- ,Hex.'t, Mr..arid Mi's. Ray Scheeler at Detroi Lake, Mirm i ysi$ of rock forma,tior in the and Gary Thompson. Both are glee. and 3 sos of Dikinso Mr and Mrs 'Steve Kem and so.. '  - -" :")" sort,: LaFry Ernest are patients in  the 'I)idk-.R'$PONSIM, E PF:.-3WKI $6000 working capital necess- 1 ,Box 7004, Mpls. 11, Minn. Mrs. mfl Ta'aba and Opp and IMiss Joar HelBechuk. ir.on hospital. Mr. rid..s.!, r female,? om t!; area, ay. 7 to 12 hours weeldy] *50--tp Verrmn Thompson h's ;eturn- Z-,onard Barta (Margie Kem) Vanted to :!vie @v..;: collect nes excellent irmome monthly. Smrfl-----sh __ ed to his ranch lome" a, fter ser- and son of ,Billings, Mn.t; ,have I -fro autocen roach- Possibility full tLme work. For I  t>i y opp g Dy " ing the bargat offered by lo virg 21 weeks" ds one of 'the been at the Klem home, Since[ rues. No seliwg. ge not local iterview give full par- i jurors at the Lenders Service Co; the illness of Mrs. Klem.  %ntial. Car, reernce, and ticulars, phone. Write P. O. ca] merchan in  paper. vvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvvv 1 ::i 1961 Babe Ruth 1 1  ', 1 1 : 1 August 21 " 21} We to lV.ndan by train Tues-I Mrs. Jhw yminow Sr. left dXy" morri,ng. 'Robin will join' by trai for ]Bmarck where she her mot,her who is visitiwg rel- will keep an appointmen.t with atives ir Mandan I her doctor. Mrs. Johanna eul spen part l Mr. and Mrs. Paul Loffel- f Saturday and 'Sunday at the nacher motored to Jamestown home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence on Su.nday whre they attended IBuzalsky ,near Amidon, Duarm. he wedding Services for their rba accompanied her. Miss' son Lowell and M:iss Nancy 1 ,Polenehuk who had been i'Brook. kiting at the Buzalsky home The loc,al school building ]s returned with her grandmother getivg put i readiness for school mad Dua,ne. Mr. and Mrs. Danny Cheadle and three da,ughters of Glendive spert several days a,t the Dan Cheadle home. ,Dan Jr. was a l,%ien ir the !Di'ckiwsor hospitafl. (His doctor advised him to see a specialist in Fargo as he has been uffering with severe head- aches. 'He plans to take his y and go to Fargo, where he will go thru the cliri. Mr. Dave Brer Mr. and lVIrs Bill Urbar avad fa,ily, Mr. ad Mrs. I)a.n Brerman and dau- ghter were all dia-mer guests at the Ted Bohn home in Sentinel utCe on. Suray. Mr. and Mrs. 0. ,F. Talk,hgton were guests of honor ata te (ver 'at the home <f Mr. and . Art An.tage (Marjory Talkigton) on Sndr p. m, August 6th. The party was .;,n honor of the 55Vh wedding an- ierar of Mr. nd Mrs. Tarkington. The guests Were the Aami.f.age, Fit'hia, n and Talking- ta>n fanilies, Mr. and Mrs. Iar- old Ta-imon ,and sob Cm'tis of elield were also presem. Con- gralations are extended to ths couple who lived mauy of those happy years right iv this area! Mr. and Mr. Dan Cheadle II COOLING TIPS FOR DOG DAYS By Dr. E. M. Gildow Director, Friskies Research Kennel When the thermometer reaches high and your dog's tongue reaches low, that's the time to make life a little more comfort. able for your pet. See that his drinking cup is cool fresh kept filled with water. Don't evict him from what- ever spot he picks during a heat wave; If he's a house dog, he'll probably camp on the cool tile in the bathroom or in the darkest depths of a closet. The suburbanite will stick alose to the dog house if it's well ven- tilated and located where a breeze hits it. The country dog is apt to seek comfort under the porch. A dog should be exercised only during the cool. of the day ... early morning, evening, and again late at night. If he's showing stress, sponge him down several times a day with cool but not cold water. There is a good deal of argu- ment as to whether a long- coated dog ts more comfortable with less coat. Some veterinar- ians prescribe clipping long- haired or full.coated dogs, while others feel that the coat provides insulation. Consult your own veterinarian on this score and see what he advises. You must be especially care- ful with old dogs and puppies. They are more susceptible to heat, hysteria and prostration than the young and adult dog. So keep them near you during heat waves so that you can supervise and attend to their eeds. Feeding Tip; Dogs need less food in summer. Give your pet a top quality prepared dog food, such as Frlskies, and even though you've cut down on the }ations, you wtll "be certain tha he's getting all the proteins, vltsmin and mineral he needs. Billings County Pioneer rtablishd t  - . whie.h wilt soon. begi,r a new year. Mr. and Mrs. Art Grafs- guaavd and Mrs. Ellen Logan will again be the irstructor. A: new furnace is beirg installed. The hgh school: pupils wi]! be tmanported to elfiId. Mrs. i Pete Gawryluk will be the cus- todian. St. and Mrs, Gilbert Opp and 3 Vhfldrer of the A'B near Reno .Nevda hve beer siirrg rel- a.tives in Belfield. :ley were guests of honor at a pten, icc held i.n the Roosevelt Park on Sur, day. Those presert were Mr: ad Mrs. 81:00I:U S Regional Champions 4 ,..,. Eurc,pean Champion ," .. ", . -, 6 I:!ig Days of Baseball ' m m 4 4 ,. ; , .,. 4 4 4 Whl key Field Glendive, : - Mont. : \'f/