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Beach, North Dakota
September 8, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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September 8, 1960

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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAIL " r-r~l ~,Ill' ilope 'to return ior ante,lope hunt- luncheon guests at the llarol.t and Mapce:ia Reul motored to Ernes.~ Klein wilt a~o r~urn tne rryourg Jvews Talki.ngton home Sunctay eve. Amidon last Sunday. Marcella re- to Dickinson as a sr. ,The ~ uster u rail 4-H citer) met I Larry 'Loffetmac~ler assisted mained a~ the ,home o lher s[s- "l~e loea2 grade schoolopened ing Mxs. J~oyd (Mattes on, M~s. R. at the Geo. Schaff home Sun. with h arvestat the hmne of t,s ter, ~rs. L awren, e e 'Buzal~k: . The HO~/~kL--N-o-TEs on Monday, Av~gttst 29th ~l~h-Kam~art, Home ~,-~gt. {Mrs, 19rail p,m. 'Larry, Gerald and Lemnd paren'ts, (M,r. arid ~Ylrs. I-~ul Lof- rest of tthe group motored on to felmacher the 'past week. ,Larry 'Dickinson. the go~owing ~eachers~in d~a~ge: ~ad, {Mrs. A. E. :Mattesom The SVhaff aile mem:bers of the club. BIRTH'S ~&r. A. Graaf'sguard, .gravnvaer ~,a0stess, assisted lby 'her d~*h-I 'm~r" and Mrs. Dhil ltecker and wi,ll enter J~nestown College for ,Mr. and ,Mrs. aMike Prociv and Mr. and 'Mrs. Albert O:son. grades, Mrs. Rus~el,1 Logm% in- tern served dehi iot~s dessert a~d family were gues~ a,t the Geo. his senior year. ,so~ of Bil,lings, were recer~t vis- Sentinel Bu,tte, ,b~y. termed.late a~d ,Mrs. ~. Gratis-' cofTee. The next meeting wihl bC, iSch~ hone on Sunday. guard, primary. ,Mr~ Johvmy at-the Bred, burg home, ! - :Mr. amt Mrs. ,Da~n,y Oheadle Syrnivtow Jr. wi2 serve the hot Mr. am; Mrs ,Ktem, ,Scheff and 2 dau,g~hters of Glendive re- lu~,Ches and {Mrs, Pet~,GawrylUk (~Magdeline) m~ faraily ~ q~v*} enthy visited at ~e Dan Ohcad- '~RI be the eustodiaw 'l'~e ~)us ma~ ~r, a~d 'Mrs. ~bert.~leiser le,~me~ ~rivers are Ralph rBa~ 'Jar- and baby of Dickinson-were din- .[Mr~ and :Mrs. ~tichard Swem~t ry ~edmond, Con~a~i li~, '~r- her @uests at the Frank ~eizer celebrated their 25th wedS;;rig ry legel, and Fra it,{Heiser. ~zme~tmt~gund~y. ~rm~vermm'y: with ~pen house on Mr. Redmond will ,~Iso ; ransport R~r, ~md .Mas. IFramk ~Heiser Stmday i~ the .a, Rernoon at the ~e six ~ sc~<~l'~tuCtents who ~tave ve0eived word ,tha~ #~eir-Mern. $Ia}l. A ,large crowd was are atten~iwg ~hi~h school in BeN ~ield. {Mr. and Mrs. E. C. ~re@burg ~isited re:~,ti.ves in ~ka~e Seattle return.ed ,by train last 8und~y. Dave IBrerman, Mr. and {Mrs. Dann7 Brerma,n, Mr. and Mrs. ,Bill Urban and family of New Mr a~#d (Mrs Emi~ Strand too- itors at Che home c~f ,Mr. and SU, R~ERY ~o~'d" to Valley City last week- l~Irs. John P.~c. iv ~f Be~field. * ~!bert Ok~o~ Sentinel Bt~t~. end Their ~r~n ~ic~ael "IT~ey ~ vt~itect at me ra.n~ ~mw ~,m,~v~ v=,; ~ ~ ,- -- ", home. of Mr and Mrs Lloyd v Pastor Malcolm G6rdon; Rev. grmadparents and at the l~m:vin Lmm)o, Mrs. Proczv w~u *be re*t ~v~a.rvm ~-.~, ,r,~ ~y ~rown, i. a ,~ ~.^. men~bered es ,Lo~a Faye ~o' MrS. Mel~'m ~almma~n, t~ube City; to be ready for school.[ Lee Ta]~kin~gton, a 1960 gi'ad] "" a -~ ~ ,~ ,~ ~,~ ' , {Mr. and 'Mrs. Guy Bl'own; .Mrs.';o/ the Belfield ~t~gh school, will Work safely~ltve lol~ger; Car~ Dlla Advzns, Mm. Johan, rm Reul a~'~nd the ~Ilege at Diekinsc~ leasness can kill youl l~r~land, visited Mr. and 'Mrs. Ted ~Bo~m and ,~amily o~ Sen~tin- el ~Butte 1.a~t 'Stm~tay. Mrs. Bohn, the ,~ovmer Thelma Brea~an has been quite i~l and we 'hope ,her condition ,improves rapidly. Mr. and Mrs. Fra~.k Heiser were supper guests at the John Soha.ff ho~ne in Belfield last Sunday evemng. 'l~eir ,strna21 grandr~on, (Melvi:~ S6ha~, 10 too. old, was taken very il~l that day arid ts now a patien in the ,Dick- m~o~ hoapital. (Mrs. ,Sk~haff is the ,~ormer Viola aVlae ~Heiser. Mrs. E. C. ~Bred3burg aocompa- riled her niece Laura Jean Kist to Diel inson last Tuesday. aVli~s ,Kist, daughter of Mr. and ~Mrs. Fred Ki,st of 1V~ dan enrolled at the ~Dickin~on C~Ilege. M~s, ,ll,a, tkch ~Barn~art was hostess for ,the ~titch and Cha~ter Ct~ub at her home Thursday P. M Attg. 25. It was a cool rainy &ay. Several ladies were afraid .~ the ~,oads. Mrs. Fred J~atmso.n, Mrs. Vevne King Mrs. Johanna Reul, and Mrs. Algred Mattesvn went as ~far as t~he :Sh,and home. Mr. Strand o~fered ,to dTive the rest of the way. Due t,o Vhe absence of ,both pres. arid v.p ,Mrs. Fred 3Ot~r~s,on tooR c%a.rge of the meetir~g. "I~le fo.ltowing ol~icers were elected for the eom'ing year. Pres. Mrs. Boyfl ~Mat~teson. v.p. (Mrs. ,Harlan lr~gma,n, ,sev.- ~reas. ~Mrs. Verne King. ~Projeet ~eaders: Foods 'Mrs. Ca~np- ~ael,l, ,Mrs Harlan In,2~n~a,n, clo~.h- m m m J I m TOO EMBARRASSING l Modesty is praiseworthy in its place, but not when it means risking your life. Don't let undue modesty keep you from a health checkup every year. Today, 46 per cent of women with breast cancer are being saved. But with early diag- nosis and prompt treatment, this number could be almost doubled ! ~e An annual health checkup is your best protection against cancer. Make it a habit for life! AMERICAN CANCER SOCIETY FARM and Merchandise play BE SURE TO SEE THIS DISPLAY OF THE LATEST IN Farm-Machine and Appliances QUARTER HORSES OPEN CLASSES 4-H - 1:30 p.m, E. E. Ueckert, chairman u TALENT SHOW SA2 JRDAY NIGHT -. ,: $ O0,P; M. Morris Douglas, Chairman SATURDAY, SEPT. 10 1:30 P.M. EXHIBITS Home Economics I Livestock and 4-H Exhibits I CALENDAR OF EVENTS THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 --- 12:00 noon--9:09 p.m. Entering of exlfibit FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 9 -- 8:00 a.m. Judging of all exhibits 9:00 a.m. Showmanship Contest 1:00 p.m. Kiddies Parade 1:30 pro. Horse Show 7:30 p.m. Football Game --- Beach vs. Bowman SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 10 -- 1.00 p.m. Parade 1:80 pln. 4-H Livestock Sale 2:30 p.m. 4-H Tractor Driving Contest 4:00 p.m. Exlu%its be removed 8:00 p.m. Talent Show and Awarding of trophies at Exhibit Building. Bea& vs. Bowman 1:00 P.M. FLOATS -- THREE DIVISIONS Commercial -- Adult Clubs-- Boys and Girls Clubs HORSES -- PONIES Prizes $7.50 -- $5.00 -- $2.00 PARADE FAIR OFFICIALS Livcstock Dept. Ted Bohn Agricultural Dept. Earl Peterson Home Economics Mrs. B. Brmmvold 4-H & Homemakers Walt Mattson Parade Cliff Steeker Machinery & Merchants Displays Eddie Kouba Flower Dept. Mrs. Natalie Adamson Entertainment Morris Douglos i will be on fairgrounds i, ~ mtm~u