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- :rfimvawx . T he VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA]: iSharon Burkhart ' . Wins Rodeo Prize County Falr iMctcalf Adams Rites Accordcd Mrs. M. , ‘ Sharon Burkihart, one 01 thisxsept. 9 lcommunity's skilled young cow: Services were held: Wednesday,’ girls. Won a handsome Saddle-,1; Plans are going ahead rapid~: August 24, 1960, for Mrs. May Su-ASii‘V'el‘ "belt buckle and, a 3300;]y for the 1960 Golden Valley ter of Mr. mers. Cecil G. Met- s-anna Anthony of Medford, Ore, Scholarship fm' winning the,County «Fair, to lbe held on Septicalf of the Trotters community at the HUB Church in Beach, break-away Calf roping ci'iamp'ii? and 10. at the Fairgrounds in‘exdhanged wedding vows with with Rev. ’Donald Morgan attic-l ionflhipy at the National High? Bewh- Arlo »A. Adams of Glendive, Mont. ism. pallbearers included mbydLSchool Finals Rodeo held recent-,j The new premium [book has at Mm Agnes Adams of Bosserman, Guy Curl, {Roy Show, IV in Hot Springs, 5. D. Thercwbeen mailed out and carries full iBeadh on August 20, 1960, at the John Sdhmeling, Joseph Bostyanfl were 64 contestants for the events details of activities to take placet’l‘rotteus EUIB Church. Rev. Dim- and Henry Johnston. Burial waSIOf '111% 5-day rodeo. at the fair. If you wish to exhibit ald ‘Mor-gan . officiated at the W Pioneer THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1960 NUMBER 14 Old Four-Eyes To ' ' Close Labor Day SeerceS For Albert Kleln Cars from every state in the; n' l ‘ . . . Sgggmesmfiavgevign Cinnzgfizai Albert Christian Klein, Beach, past the attendance gate at Bur ‘w‘a’giaccopded ‘13“ rites 0“ Thurs" ning Hills Amphitheatre at Medo- figgfifanfiéhiggg’ if: mfagg: a mus su r during the pre Kermit \Ksaczor ofificiated at the services at pm. Pallbearers in- sentation of “Old Four-Eyes”. Foreign the cars have a’ls")'t:llt.ifdt':<l Joe Zinsli. Jess Houok, Cheater Oas, ‘Knute uFarstveet, been seen at the drama this sum-‘ Donald Miller, and Dominic lKu— Miss Ardelle «K. Metcalf. daugh- mer, including 1 from Hanover Germany and one from Taipei in the Beach Cemetery. Mrs. Asn~ i 4:». ‘that the nation’s highways will 1- the crowded, and there will be my twins dart thony succumbed at the home 06 between Leland, at Kilamath Falls, Ore, on Aug. 19, at 4:00 p.-'m., of, a heart condition. Mrs. Anthorw is survived by 4 children: Mrs. Lloyd (Violet) MAY SUSANN’A :AN'PHONX Weinreis, Golva, Mrs. Neil (Lois) Northrop, Dallas, Ore, Leland Anthony of Klamath Falls, Ore., and Harold Anthony, Eagle Point, Ore. ‘besides 4 brothers, Glen Keller, Spooner, Wisc., A‘- bent Keller, Windom, Minn, Earl Keller, Auburn, ~Wrn., Harold Keller, Fergus Falls, Ore, and 1 sister, Mm, Mollie Erickson, Minneapolis, and several nieces and nephews, and 21 grandchild- ren. One son, Charles, died in in- fancy. May Susanna Keller was born. Jan. 25, 1893, at Cornell, Ill, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Adam Keller, wlho preceded her in’ death, as (lid ‘her brother John, the latter passing away in 1954. She was married to Charles An- thony at Windom, Minn, on Juneiheacldress outlined in seed “pearls World. is back to coins. months,‘ 1917. and “hey came to 1’heiand sequins. She carried gl'Oi‘n 411d at, Solve community in 1918. , Mr. A.mi.en;". passed away in Sept. Sharon is the daughter out Mr.l and Mrs. Adolph Burklhart o: the, Medora community. Two 0th», ‘91‘ young people drom this area,1 anything, refer to the premium ‘book for instructions. ~ Two Parades During Fair There will 'be 2 parades again also took part, .fiut bad luck dogged their efforts, even thmigh both have won money in several! other rodeos. , Tisor-Hoger Speak Vows Baskets of gladioli in White land green color decorated the? iCongregational church at xMedo' .‘ra, N. ‘D. on Sunday evening. lAug. 21, 1960, for the candlelight, 1, wedding of ‘Miss Judith Tisor and: iKenneth Huger of New ‘Salem,f j. The bride is the daughter of; «Mr. and ’Mrs. Lester Tisor of‘ Meadow, and the bridegroom is the son of ‘Mr. and Mrs. Arno: lHoger of New Salem. Rev. C. Lee Birdsall ofificiated at the double» ring ceremony. The pianist, Mrs, Beverly {Kirkpatrick of Medorag played traditional wedding mus-é :xic and accompanied Miss Darlenej Sc‘hoc‘xk or Elgin, N. D. Who sangi “Because” and “I Love You Trufi ly". The bride was escorted ‘by her «father and. appeared in a chapel length gown of imported Italian silk illusion and Alemon lace ov— er polished satin, styled With 3 basque bodice with -' scalloped portrait «neckline, trimmed with seed pearls and sequins, and long \pointed sleeves. Appliques of Alencon lace and sequins ad- ivorned the silk illusion of the “skirt which tapered in back in- g'to a chapel train. A circular veil {0i imported silk illusion was ar— irariged from an open crown i,(Jrclhicls on a white Bible. ' The bride chose her sister, Miss Sparky Trotter, and Kay Hecser, this year. The kiddies paradepen Miss Annette Metoalf, sister' of Friday, Sept. 9 and the,‘lbi§g.one me‘bride, acted as manic! hon— on Saturday, Sept. 10. Cash’priz. or," and Myron Leland, Sidney, es are ottered both days in the-Mont, was that man for his ibro~ several dwrsrons. Many (beautiful {titer in law. Ohumtli ushers were floats are theme readied now. Allan Gasho and Marlyn Adams. and colorfully clad riders will be astride 'horses for the big pa~ rade. Several new additions and im- provements at the Fair Grounds this year include the piping of} water into the lunch stand, a‘ drinking fountain, and a horse show arena. The ‘Wlhirlwind Amusement C0. will be on the grounds all three days, Sept. 8—9-10 to provide en- tertainment for young and old alike. A horse show is planned for the afternoon of Sept. 10. rPhis will include Barrel Racing and Western lRiding Horse Contests in addition to the Quarter Horse show and the 4-H Horsemanship Contest. The horse show is open to everyone, both to observe, or to participate. The fair will ‘be cli'maxed on {the GV’enmg 0f Sept. 10 with ai'h‘cmeymoon in Yellowstone Natlu big talent show, and the award- ing of trophies and special awards at 8 {p.m. that evening in the south fair building. The XGI Drill Team will give away their carload of groceries that same evening. See one of their mem- bers for details on how to get it. ‘ Coin~Stamp Auction Planned For Sept. 11 gdesigned and tailored by the ,es, carried on a white ‘Bible. A, pearl LA fingertip veil was arranged double ring candlelight service at 8' pm. Baskets of gladioli dec- orated the altar and also a large arch The bride was given in marriage by her father, and dhose a lballer- ina length gown of lace over net and tasfifeta, styled with a sweet- heart neckline and long, tapered sleeves; the skirt was made of' 3 deep lace rufifles, and was: bride. Her fiIOWers were red ros«.» necklace and matching: earrings were her only jewelry, from a halo style headdress. The maid of 'honor wore a ballerina length frock of pink and white clotted sheer fabric over talfifeta, and carried a bou- quet of pink roses. A reception followed in the church parlor for 200 guests giv- en by the parents of the (bride, with the Willings Workers serv-l inzg refreshments. After their Park and western points, that couple will make their home in; Glendive, Where the bridegroom drives a mail truck for the Hay-3 den Trucking Co. The bride, a graduate of the Beach high school in 1958, was employed at Ger-i The bridegroom was a student‘ at the Beach High School before: his present employment. There, i 1 September. in the numismatic It.» recreate the fox-trier inter— «st to coin and stamp " ’ltecting, the Mon-Dak Coin ya," Stamp 1949', and in January' 1955’ Mrs' 'Helen ‘Rider cu Minit, to 1be her: Cluib of Beach is planning to‘hold Anthony moved b0 01" 1° make«maid oi‘ honor, and her brides- an auction in conjunction with her home. i(maids were Vergene W011 at their regular meeting on Sunday, She was a member of the EUBlfiazen and Banbam Sasse 0,: (Bub 39m 11‘ Church in Beach, and «leaves ,laih, and the flower girl was a The time of the meeting and‘ many friends here and also ingmece of the «bride. Audrey Tiggy auction will be at 2:00 pm. be- Oregon’ Who Wm remember he“ of Dickinson. Cleone Hanson and heath the Post Office in the KC) grotesququ from a ledge over as a devoted mother and good neimbor. Out of town relatives attend- ing the funeral include: Mr. and gum Hurt an Mrs. Leland Anthony, Klamath Falls, Ore, Mrs. Neil Northrop, ‘Dail'las, Oregon, Mr. and Mrs. Har- old Anthony, Eagle Point, 0re., Mr. and Mrs. Glen Keller, Spoon- er, Wise, Mr. and Mrs. Al Kel Ever, Windom, Minn, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keller, Auburn, Wu, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Keller, \Fer- gun Falls, Mum. Mrsu Molly Erickson. Minneapolis, Minn, Mrs. Cora McNeil, Windom, Mixm., Mrs. Arlene Larsen, Bat- tle Lake. Mimi. ‘ 'Last Holiday or Summer, »Monday . Labor Day, the holiday 01 the etuumer will 'be this coming Mayday, Sept. 5. Ht alsovmeans the usual «upswing in traffic ac: cidenh AND Use a lot ostrextrd caution and reduce .v wow—Mob): cordially, too, v ,soyou ones can . . the. €101.11} " the groom, was ring bearer. “ A wedding ‘ reception for 200 (Store 'llhe, Newsoontactzed several of matures in Beach this Wedmn, day. and found that almost, many. The brideys aunt, Mm ‘illarniet Tisor of Dickinson, cut 0!- them intend to {be closed all day lbdbor Day. Be prepared, and everything you’ll .need titan/the extra-long weekend in it looks like the ga- rages and other business places , will also be taking a day off Monday, also. As usual, there may be an exception or two. Henry Ginsburg Succumbs In Ind. Lynn Start: and Gene Angeline ‘Hurt 01’ Belfield were: the candle lighters. Darlene; Soho-ck, Oleone Hanson and An-‘ wore identical; street length frocks of mint greeni silk illusion over taffeta, mint; tgreen net headdress trimmed with sequins. w’hite carnation corsages and white accessories. 'Ilhe maid of honor. Helen Rider, and the bridemaidls. Vergenel Wolf and xBentham Sasse. were at- tired in mint green floor length tracks of silk illusion over tari- vtet'a, mint green headdresses tnhnmed with sequins, [bouquets of white emotions and white accessoriesfil'me flower girl, Au- drey Tisor was dressed in a mint green tafifieta floor length gown, the full skirt covered with white lace, mint Igreen headdress trimmed with sequins and car- ried a bouquet 01 White cama- tions. Alll attendants a! the bride wore a «cultured pearl necklace, :gift of the, lbride. Club Rooms, as usual. To make this auction a suc~ cess, all members and former members are urged to attend so that there will quite a large amount of coins to be sold. The collection of dues will not be stressed at this meeting. A committee,,made upiof Joe hykowski, rBelfield; Chuck Dan- 1elson and Harley Keim, \both of headh, announce that the tenta- tive plans okcomducting the auc \tion will ‘be to allow. everyone" W, the steep mm, and Nelson whether they are members or not resubmit coins or stamps, to be auctioned ott and that no fee will 'be chargedior'this sex-e ivice. Not more than tWeri‘ty lots ,are to the put up for bids why any one individualln minimum {bid may be made by the owner. A lot consists a“ sihglehtamp or coin or a group at them. m: e. cmnplete not? coinage stamps is swbmittefld‘tt ‘will be considered as one lot. 90 nctih‘es- Glenn nega- of New Salem. italte to enter merchandise be- senved his cmwm'. as new Salem groornsmen, guests Was'heltd [in the Lutheran Church parlom' following the cer- and served the Ibeautifully dec- orated wedding cake made by Mrs. Justesen of Beach. Pouring was ‘Mrs. Ella Tomane‘ck, Man- dan, sister of the groom and'Mrs. Louella Sdhulz of Beach, cousin of the bride. Doris Stigen 0'1 Bel- field was in change 01 the guest book, Marlene 'I‘urwis of Flasher, friend of the bride and Mrs. Elsainor INistler of Beach, cousin of the lbniidte were at the punch ‘ .needl We or advice. best man, cause Ypu do not the pm- of cedore as members '0‘! the com. mittee, will be, at the club: room at pmJto who 911cc. will The prize is 3 us. piece on, the'undenide of" the .tru , Vwere out of town guests at the‘ iwedding from Bel-field, iMissoula,‘ Mont, and Sidney, Mont. l Freak Accident Demolishes Truck loaded with gravel, bound for Dickinson early this Mon. morn-i ing, Aug. 29, ended up hanlgingi ldeep canyon on Peck \Hill, about miles east of Medora, about 5 am. Danny Nelson of Head], home on an emengency furlough, was driving the truck, the pm- perty of Dick Dreher of Beach, Wlhen Nelson attempted to shift the two-speed rear axle as the truck sIOWed down, he reported. that it‘ stuck in neutral. and then Taiwan, (Island of Fomosa. t Largest number of states rep- resentated any one night so far this season was July 15 when 15 states other than N. B. were inc chided, plus 2 Canadian pro- viruses. Old Four-Eyes plays each Wed. than Sunday night until Labor Day. Frecse In As New Beach Postmaster Last week Mrs. Ruby Doerner, who has served so capalbly as postmaster in ‘Beadh, lefit that1 post, and Leslie Free-5e was; sworn in as the new permanent— ly appointed postmaster. Postal DOERNER FREESE inspector Orval Prothe of Bis- musical selecs by Carl human. Special tions Were pro’vided Ueckert and Mrs. Vera Schroed- er singing [a duct “1 Shall Not Mrs. Want”. Schroeder sang a ALBERT KLEIN solo number “What A Friend We Have In Jesus”. Interment was made in the Lutheran Cemetery, Beach. Honorary pallbearers were: 'Mike Kramer, Erv. tBreitenzfelt, Henry ‘Feldman, Tommy Kiedrow- ski, Andrew ‘Helm, (bathe Carl»- son, ‘Stutb Noyes, Roy Noyes, Dr. Niece, Harry Halstead, Sam Sdh'mildlt, George 035, Ernest maer came to Beach to checkiBarlclanzd and Joe l’esha, jr.’ Mrs. lDoeuner out, and swaar Mr.I Freese in. Mrs. IDoerner was postmaster‘ for the past two and a half years, , and says the main reason she ist diam; fiBaKery 9”” to ‘her mar",lcaving is so that she and henhospitafl on May 24 1960' ,He is “ages'ahShe attended we wahpe_xhugba“d Jim can 399"“ m0“ OfEsurvived by his wife Mrs Elsie ton 0'01 0f 59191109 for 1 Year-E the winter months in the south-{mam ' west, dividing their time has tween the home of their soniand Mr. Klein succumbed at the Johnstone {Memorial Hospital in Beach on Sunday evening, Aug. 21, after a long illness from a series of strokes. He entered the and daughters, Mrs. Marvil (Adeline) Nelson, Beach, Mrs. Bennie (Donavla) Oas Bab and family in 53“ Dieg‘hxof ‘G‘lemdive, Mont, 6 grandchil- Calif., and with James and fam-; fly, in Albuquerque, New Mex. imam, Henry, Freese assumes new post ,dren, three brothers, lFred, Dick- St. Paul, Mimi, Bill, ,tBunbanvk, Cam, 4 sisters, in'g been employed at the Beach Legion, and the X01 Drill Team :of Beach, as well as being active in all other affairs of the com- munity. personnel «of the (Beach Postofilce is that substitute clerk Frank Kippley now has lbeen promoted to career clerk. Diane Schmeling 011 “Teen Board” What he tried to apply the air brakes there was no air in them. 'llhe his vehicle 'began‘ rolling jumped clear, while the truck gained momentum and crashed (hm a barbed wire dance, a ended upbringing on the ledge, an evergreen tree seemed to be the maimeup'ml’t to me truck. me was notified, am he .contactedrhis insurance coin- new, sent two adjusters to continual of the truck, :‘I‘h‘e first was to cut a hole in the box to let the grav- el load runout, to ligaten it. Women. ,from who we hole in the box never their task. as the tonixfset the to grease . accumulated "B; Miss Diane Sdhmeling, 17, will serve on Form Journal magazine’s “Teen Board” tor the 1, year, according to Gert— wewieken, Women’s Editor oi {the wblicaticn, at Philadelphia, .Pa . “Miss Sdhmeling is the daugh- ter of Mr. and Mrs. leney Solunellinvg o! Golva, N. D. She is one of the 100 outstand- ing teenage girls drum all over the country named to "Teen Board.” 'Ilhey are dhosen for tl'ieir leadership in rural activities, in~ eluding 44H Chill) and Future Homemakens work. 'Ilheir job is to act as a sounding board for Journal's Teen Editor, tron,” on what's new in their sdhools and conun‘urnities antiviral: teenagers are doing and about. “ .At High semi where she , , , “ is a Schmeling is active Wheat wesso nuance in Mixed moms, Pep one and an'1867 3C Free 11111611 his, that ,two big twcks..sm W7. Sextet, and ERA, of winch will served. 33 STUDENTS REGISTEB IN MEDORA 5621001. “V The Medora sdmol ctpened for the year on Monday morning with a total of 26 pupils for the grades and seven high sdhool students. SQUARE DANCE SATURDAY EVE 'llhere will the a square dance at the Beadh Legion Hall- Satur- '“dan Sept. 3, followed iby'a pot‘luck lunch. the public Mn and Mrs. Lewis {bowls Mrs. Nancy Roger, New is invited. . report a , dormer neighbor of thth in “the? Sentinel? Butte . areadied. July 25. “Ours at Greenfield, Ind. .moved‘vtc‘ ~‘35' years a . homesteadet‘ ornamentation and 9.1959 Male or , n , Salem, comm at the groom and. .. none: Mrs- !Ronald K116!) of Bismarck. or! New Salem high school, 3nd . r . . cousin of, the bride were at the overseas in in . I Wm W” be m my Office 0“ «sift table . ~‘ . the, armed domes and 'since' it . 4~ “the is a 1957 graduafidiochange has been annoyed in ‘ . A Rush- nne {likable Store strategy r .v: cables attached melted. ‘ ed .to the Seem, to prevent] it spreading into a farest fire, wage successful in controlling, the. blaze. Ted-ConnélI, sherifit 0113m- lugs County,- who was at scene, helping to direct mane block the roadway, said the truck was, extensively damaged, and probably has (little value. '~ ' ' In in: by with winches and 'she is,‘a state officer. She was p the truck county Public Speaking ,Winner port that the big steél cables in 47:1; for 1960. ' mire fighters mm Meuom,‘“3ei. mom mas-mm field, and Roosevelt Park, man.- msngy, 5m, s more will be a Masonic meet- ing in Beach on Tuesday, Sept. 6, starting at p.=m., with ballot- flfm ing, first degree work, and lunch. All Masons are urged to be pres~ so that spectators would my, end; at this important meeting. DON DAVIS ATPENDS LUTHER LEAGUE CONV. Donald Davis returned home test Monday from Milwaukee. he attended the Constiqu Convention of the We triple? canwith w“ The only other change in the coming , Wen,ng of, the American ‘ Vth‘ lent of ex erience behindl r w . -- . ,. kw.“ .p' y p. , . ,l‘da, lifesno, Calm, Hattie, Miles 3 ‘hlm in the 'postotfilice field, haVV—imty:, Mont, Mamie] . Billings, ‘Mom., and Frances, of St. James, ,postoflfice as a clerk for approx-{Minn His famer preceded mm A large tractor-trailer uniti imat'ely and a ham years' He; in death in 1936, and his moth— 15 a veteran of the U. “S. Navy; er died in 1958. and is a member of the Aral 6 Albert C. Klein was born on {March 25, 1889 at Adrian, Minn, 1and attended schools in Comi'rey, iMinn. He was married to Miss Elsie luil‘mke on Nov. 21, 1916, at St. Paul’s Lutheran church in Beadh. A retired farm-er, Mr. .Klein ‘had resided in the state of N. «Dak. and the county cl’. Golden Valley for a total of 43 years. Many friends regret the passing of a good neighbor, de~ voted father, and respected cit~ izen. ._ Out of town relatives and friends who attended the funeral were-.Mr. and Mrs. Herman ra‘han, ‘Miles City, Mrs. Arthur Nelson, ‘St. James, Minn, Fred Klein, Dickinson, Henry Klein, St. Palflhifligmq Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Teeplle, Presser, ‘Wn., Otto John- ke, Livingstrm, Mont, Mr. and Mrs. mill Juflmke, Comfrey, Minn, Mnand Mrs. Robert Zander, Fred Jauss,fanvd vBill Zander, all of Dickinson, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Steinmetz. New England, Mm EmKetmer, Dexter, Ore, Mrs. Happy} Ayers, and Mrs. Eugene Boid,‘lb‘oth of Glendive, Montana. Rofi‘s Movie News—- I want to tell you about a motion picture that is coming to the Bijou 'Ihea-tre this coming «and‘Monday. September 4‘ and '5. ‘It is “Conspiracy of awe”: ' , It has an excellent cast, who share at least 6 major screen awardsrand whose work in “Con- spiracyélot Hearts should win them some mere. 'llhey play the leaders or! on Italian conventch nuns who risk their \lives to save little Wireless children from a nearby Nazi concentration camp. maven-um conspiracy are the Davfisam, who also risk death at the v hands of the watchful, :Gennan occupation forces to carry on the dangerous res- cue work. ' picture is not only an exciting, miller with enough someone «to keep you constantly on the me of your seat, but it is an refine-nee in lite and hu- ' g, t I' am sure you will M that You i“ setter; Jauss, Billings, Mrs. James Ham ' at i