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August 25, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 25, 1960 Week Paul ~Ridcr. o,f Sacramento. Cal. arrzved in Medora Su,n6ay to visit and to attm~d tkhe wedding of J.udy Tisor and Kenneth ltog- er. .Mrs. Paul A. Lebo .~d child- ren J~n ,and Laura spent several ,days Cast week visiting tMrs. Ir- rrm Osbor~ in Bismarck. ~Ir. a~d !Mrs. ~Low~ltl Smith aml dau,gl~ters arrived in ~vI, edora on MomSay eveair~g with lheir trailer thou~e. ~Yh:. ,Senith is the new principal at the 4)eMores High S~ihool. Mrs. Lars Vat, rig returned to Med~ra .from a vacation trip m Norway )ast week. iMps. Jo~,n A. 2~m~nas attended the S~est 'Dist. Supt's. meet- to Savage where Mrs. Ah'd wi:[ spend ,the wimer with her dau- ~,ul'be ' allkl JOll z'n lav ~,1I. ~1.1 2,J.l:S. l::~t'i i{undel of New Era:- land. "l~.~- i~unde.'.s /ricked her u ) Oil Sunday and tin)i< net LO their home. 'The M:qvin Leo ' of V,alioy City oame .t*o Medora on Sat. to atte~,~d tar wedding and left for [mme on Tue,sday. V,hile h.w t~ey stayed a~ ti~e Wai~ Christ ecks~n,3. #Mr. and Mrs. Jo~m Ktmtz o Cirri% 'Moat. stopped in Mtdor on Mo~day evening. Taey wer envoute to N~w Hradec to atten, ~the wec~dmg dar~ce of one o their nephews. Mrs. J~hn Howard { Bonn ing at 'Div~m~on last Tues go- Fongl left ~Saturday for her home THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. BIJOU Sun Mon Tues August 29-28-30 The Biggest Storl Of Our Time! r,m tt~ ~ ~ NEVIL SHUT This is a picture that no one should miss. It is m WEDNESDAY - T/4URSDAY AUGUST 31 - SEPT I i|-|Hq FRIDAY-- SATURDAY SEPT. 2-3 A TR ASURY OF HIGH ADVENTURE! ir~g down with Supt. Natalie Ad- -in WYO. Her sister Oherel,yn wen~ m~son of ;Bea~. I with ,her and wi]~l visit for Sa~ly and Gregory L%evela~d while !before returaiwg to sdhoot ~pe~t &he weekend v~siting their beonm,d (ale) Carl~on a for grandmother, ~Ylrs ~lice Lebo in met resident o2 t~is county visit 'Medora. to ed ot'd friertds in tMedora Wed ~Helen Rider of Mim)t came .Harry ,Robert& Juanita Orga Medora Cast ,Wednesday to attend and F~len Oatol~h.out took in t~te Communistic indoctrinated. This picture shows you just what the Communists want you to see -- It tells you j ust what the Communists want you to hear. This is what they want you to believe-- See all this Starting Today: Thursday- of Special admission for this feature, and also "SIGN OF ZORRO" All children 3 years and wed ir g of aud~ Tisor and Ot tdo r Drama, "TraiLs West". ----So we know what to guard against, must have tickets -- Regular 20c if WITH an Kermet~ 'Hoger and to visit her last Wed. evening, and 30c if NOT WITH an, adult. brother Pa~l. ~he returned to] Pete 'Stevens le~t for the Beach Minot on Tuesday ,morni,ng. } hospital on Thurs. and came to m H Hi H H H m The ~auriee Aires of Savage,] Medora to visit ,the Uhris Ras- -- Momana closed t~p ~heir home in mussen~s, ~here ~he stayed unt:l~ Vic Pherson of Fargo an:i! vin Lee and ~ildren, of Valley in, g 'to go to Vheir various seh.ooD. 10:30 a.m. morning Medora on Tuesday .and retummd boardin~g a train on Monday e~e[ Judge and Mrs. Emil Giese of CiVy, ~Mr. ,and cMrs. Vie Sti~en of Those w&o are ,leavin,g ~his week T~eme: "The Believer's for OaMlar~d, Calif. [ Hettinger visited at the L. G.[ Fairfield, arid Mr. and Mrs. Raph- are Grace O tremba Ada Syl~ves- Te~t: Ephesians 5:15 WHO " Mr. and ,Mms. Steve Ohase tookI Browns on Sunday. l ael Murph and children of tel' Verlie Aird, ~lVlrs. Richard ! 1S GUY? Ferren to hisI Mrs. Joe ttild had a baby boy Beaeh. Kessel,PatrlmeZen~pleandMau- MEDORA I honm in WIiles City on Thurs. [ at ghe hospital irn Dickinson last auanila Organ took Irene and rice Air& LUTHERAN CHURCIt ! ('Pd. Pal. Adv.) ,Leon,Hetlickson took hismoth-lWed, night. 1Clara Wirtzfeld to their h~me Rev. A/ton Johnson, PasI er~ Mm. Addle Anderson to Mile~] A member of the SW Dist. near Sentinel Butte on Monday. MEDORA UHTON SUNDAY i ~~ Cky ;to 'visit relatives las't Wed.[ Health unit checked the busi- Harry Roberts, assisted DYt CONGREGATIONI~,L CHURCI1 8:30 p.m. WorahLp Service] Zehla ,bkmg was hostess to the ness establishmentsin Medora Grace O'tremba & Juanita Orgaa key. C. l,e(" 1,ird~all Sermon: "Then He Appeared:| Pre~byteria,n Ladies Aid of BeN] last week. gave a pot luc~ farewell supper Pa~tor -~ field at ~er home in Medora last Attend Church On Sund~ SUN'D~Y, MeN,DAY. TUESDAY AUC~U ST 28-29-30 W'F ~NE~DAY, AUG,UST 31 CUMMINS ,~.NUILL Ms; tHHI$' THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SAT. SEt~EM'RER 1-2-3 Evening straws start at 8:00 p.m S~a~lay matinee at 2:00 p.m. T~ar~day. Doui,se Kinn and Lil Van Doren were IDickinson callers on 'lqhurs I of flaat week. El~m O~tephout attended *heI open ~ouse at ~.he new Beach Elementary se~hool on Saturday. The ,play, "The CAlass Menage-1 tie", directed ,by David Frankei and ,presented m ~he poblic ~t] the Medora Town Hall on Men. evenin,g was well attended by area ~oiks. Frankel. as wel.1 as hi~ cast, were praised for the effort t~u forth m brir~gin,g ~his~ excellent piece of work to our sm~ll train. The grot~p was feted at a ,l~u.naheon put on by the people o~ Medora, following the production. Marion Page left early Mor~day umrni'ng for a .trip t'o Yellowstone Park in ~VIon, tana. [ Louise Kinn is leavin, g Medo- ra on aVIonday to attend a teach- ers worl~s~hop prior to resuming her teachi~g duties at Brain~erd. I Mitre. '&he p~a~s on returning i to ~Med~ra f~r ~e Labor Day weekend. 1V~r. ;arid M, rs. Wm Clx~.ff of R~gep~ iN. ,D. came to Medoral on Stmday $or the wed d}ng of Judy Tisor. Mrs. Cruff is ~hc former Cat~y Lee. Mrs. An'n M. Brown at~d 'Mrs. F~iiUh k.~ort visited ~e Leonard Davis family a~, Kill,deer Tues. [ Guexts at a steak fry i'n fhe[ Ellen Oste~ou't yard on SundayI were g,~s. (Laura Sigevson ofI Santa Cruz, Calif, .Mr and~,n,~ Mr~ t I~nk iBrov~n of ~tck,'nson, and Carol M~Bride and L. G. Brown of ~Iedora. I S~nday riskers at t~e Lars a the Chateau on ~Monday e~a SUNDAY Vanvigs were ~Mr. and Mrs. Mel- for the .guides who are all lear- THE NEED FOR TRAINED CAREFULLY SCHOOLED IN GOING SPECIALTIES. THE EXPERTS tN OUR NAVY TODAY OWE THEIR EXCELLENT TRAINING TO THE FARSIGHTED PLAHNING OF STEPHEN B. LUCE. J '1 performance of the Green Stamp Plan Now, GOOD HOUSEKEEPING ] | has added its seal of approval i tJ ! ! to that of more than 35 million 41r * [ 1 American families--including many = ! thousands here in North Dakota--who,| save S&H Green Stamps. [ North Dakota housewives enthusiastically approve S&H Green Stamps because they get something extra in quality merchandise without paying a penny more for what they buy. Pick up a free copy of the beautiful S&H Green Stamp Ideabook--greatest ever published--at any store or service station that gives S&H Green Stamps and see the famous brand-name products now available to you at no added cost. 8ine~ 189~ Ar~r~ea*s$~.8~ Pt~ U mm rain |R roll Farming earned the dublou Safety a " uRe.hl fail, re" distinction of being one of the ~rort/t Da~o/a'~a~ .~. Io g, tien' have beea O l rating Today's'f rmer'muet operate & lgor h Dakota (over 80 ye ), variety of machinery undez con- ffety of employeesthe publi "stanfly changing condition~-~and has been a prime concern. And, each yea~, eorn picker aecident~, tractor tippings and other farm prot~c~ .an outatandlng record" o~ mishaps .account for tragedies that safety aeeomldishments, l~Torth, might have been avoided with Dakota ratlro~]s -have led tim,way proper caution. Tractors and co~n in developing new equipment an~ pickers can't; think--bUt'you v~n! 'safety ide~rlces'~. ~, new P!Y~, .ocedut~ Think before you take .a.heedle~. that continue to make railroads :risk." You" may be gambling a few North Dakota's:safest form of seconds against e~ernity, transportation. STATISTICS SHOW RORTN. DAKOTA TOpS THE BAT~, Qm.m p|mOimy op i ' FARM MACHINERY ACCIDENTS| Keep machine guards and safety devices in place; Always stop machines before unclogging, oiling Or adj~tinO. Check your trucks, tractors and 1' self-propelled machines freqbently to be sure that lights and brakes are in good working orddr: i Exercise extreme caution when opefatlng machines on Side hills, l --In support of tlu~ Pu~iic Safety Program of the'National Safety .O auncig ' . I Merabe~ of the Nat;bna~ NORTH DAKOTA. Grt~ North~a. Rail~y Oampaay 8oe Lin~ Railroad RAILWAY .LINE, S ' -.: r / r,%