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THURSDAY, SEPTEM&apos;BER 10, 1964 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, EDORA. N. t)AK ?AGE THRER ST. MATTHEW'S EPISCOPAL CHURCH Sanday 7:30 p.m. Evening Service with lay reader SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH R. E. Janssen, Pastor School 9:30 a.m. Service 11:00 a.m. Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. THE UNITED CHURCHES OF CHRIST David P. Badgtey, Minister 1st Congregational Church Beach. N. Dak. Services Church School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship 11:00 a.m. Wednesday United Church Youth 7:00 p.m. Senior Choir 8:00 p.m. Ist Thmhy: Women's Fellowship 8:00 p.m. 3rd Thursday: Women's Fellowship 2:30 p.m. I 4th Sunday ] Couples Club 6:30 p.m. I 1st Congregational Church Sentinel BrUte, N. Dak. Sunday Services: Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. 1st Thursday-, Women's Fellowship 2:30 p.m. Union Congregalional Chuzch Medor N. Dak. Sunday Services: Morning Worship 8:30 a.m. Church School 9:45 a.m. 3rd Tuesday: Women's Fellowship 7:30 p.m. Attend Church On Sunday Mr. F. M. Thrifty sas YOUR CHECKING ACCOUNT gives you a useful record of where your money goes, and for what. This you need for sensible budgeting. AT TAX TIME, your check records provide a ready list of your tax deductibles. A CHECKING ACCOUNT is helpful for sound family financing. We have the exact checking service to fit your needs . . . at Farmers and Merchants Bank. I THE AMERICAN LUTHERAN CHURCH [ First Lutheran--Beach Sunday II:00 a.m. Morning Worship ! Trinity Lutheran--SenL Buie 'Sunday I 9:30 a.m. Morning Worship BEACH METHODIST CHURCH Cecil W. Stanley, Pastor Sunday Sunday School 10:00 Morning Worship 11:00 Evening Gospel Hour 8:00 Monday Board Meeting 8:00 EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Beach -- Trotie Rev. C. Lee Birdsalt, Pastor BEACH-- Sunday, Sept. 13 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Speaker: Rev. R..R. Strutz Montana Conference 'Supt. Potluck Lunch, followed ,by Local Church Conference 8:00 p.m. Union iService at Methodist Church. Speaker: Rev. J. ,D. Carlson Tuesday, Sept. 15 7:30 p.m.E.U.B. Men Host: George ,Stu]l, Jr. 7:30 p.m. Organizational Meet- ing of W.S.W.S. Evening Circle. Ladies .will meet .at the pars'ona,ge Wednesday. 8:00 p.m. Prayer & BbIe Study Study of Epistle to the ,Romans Visits In East-- ,Mrs. J. N. O'S:cede of this city is in Mangield, Ohio this week visiting her sister and from there she wi:4 go on to Detroit, Mich., to visit a daughter, Mrs. Mar- garet Henry. Mrs. O'Keefe's hus- 'band remained home to care for his dental affice. Daughters Visits-.. 'Rev. and Mrs. Thomas S. Bond of Grand Forks were weekend visitors at the home of Rev. and Mrs. C. ,Lee Birdsall. Mrs. Bond is the former (Marion Birdsall. She is employed in the registrar's office o$ 'the State University. Rev. Bond is a machinist in the Air !Force at the Grand Forks Air Base. He will have com'pleted his 4-year enlistment this com- ing March. Charles Allen, Sentinel Butte, and his Appaloosa mare which won champion at the Golden V'alley County Fair Horse Show. Questions Answered For Veterans Additional informallon or as- sistance on veterans' benetits may be obtained by visiting or writing the VA Contact Office at the Fargo VA Center. Elm Street and 21st Avenue North, Fargo, North Dakota. Q-- I have a-service-connected dis.a!bility whlc'h requires con- tinuous treatment. I plan to tra.vel abroad this summer. What 'his beneficiary after the divorce, or it was his wish that the insur- ance be paid to the former wife. Q-- Is it necessary to report compensation or pension from the VA as income i I ,am receiv- ing VA pension? A -- The person receiving tlhe compensation or pension directly from VA need not report it as in- come on his 'pension claim. How- ever, if the mony was paid by the VA to someone else and re- ceived by the pensioner Iby in- heritance or gift from that per- SEASONAL SALE arr.angements shall I make re- son, then it should be reported ,garding medication and treat- ' as income for 'pension purposes ment? in the same manner as other A  You should contact the VA property received by ,gift or in- Clinic now treatirg you to dbtain appropriate supplies of prescrib-i ed medication to carry with you, and 'for suggestions aout o'btain- mrg medical sup:plies and services albroad. In case of a medical emergency, you should contact the American Embassy or Con- sular Office. i Q  My husband died recently and the VA paid his insurance to his former wife even though they had been divorced 15 years ago. i Why was this done? A  The VA is required by law i to pay the insurance to the per- son last desgna.ted as beneficiary ,by the insured veteran. Your hus- lband either neglected to change |lnllllnllllnlllUmlllllnmnnllmllllllllnlllUlllln i heritance. Bowling News KOFFEE KUP LEAGUE won lot G.V.C.H. 3 1 Kuk,owski Ins. 3 1 Brogan & Brogan 2 lh Trading Pos  2 Cl,ara's 1 3 Miller's 'Pin Pals 1 3 l j 900 RAMS 900 j l i "Every Ram Inspected" |1 :: MONTANA RAM SALE [] i "Every Ram Dipped or Sprayed" |1 [ ]2 Noon, Sept. 17 Miles City, Mont..:[ hn U I lllllliHillilUlllllllllIHiliHillillllHlll Don't be fooled by bargain prices on _ Lzl-, s,a .,d.. 0, ,,,.,o,,-,,y...,--, 1 ml "2uureme OU be AS.%IRED of QUAUTY wifb "   1 I ' FULL ONE INCH THICK I  ALUMINUM SELF STORING "COMB0-Lr 2 TRACK I ,00e -" ALUMINUM COMBINATION i - \\;\ [[[l ,,ca u comon rev,s- WINDOWS! \\;\ "  p ,r STORM-SCREEN I ,\\; . g li \\;NIII I \\; \\; \\;\ I[l[fl ,Nc,ooso. g I I \\;\ \\;llll . C..ust-- m te .me r,mt I \\;, "3till "* I I I .\\;\\ MIll at. -'itl Ill " .... v ............ + .... " Ilk "\\;\\ 'l" -- "" t sasb relllal, Tilt  ii - =-- :} III Ill * Pile .eatherstrping In mb .,ton i '=.-,-- : , i ll , ,a, ,,,,. II : : -J; ,-..--i II11 and Z bar moulding. g --mmiaail ,&, Pile weatkerstrip ed sash. . ." .,I. !l i',]{[ {['* 30ilite bronze bearing Idoes. ii \\; 7 "_'-. ..... ;-P---,---- =i--*-': " 1;11111 Self-lubricating. No exposed li I\\;\H\ "A- rositive acua u mm-. m - , ' ... II [\\;\ . Mjustle bottom . I IHII tro.ble-lree Izttb. g I &HLL\\;\ . leterl0c.ng" .,b,'  ' I ---/-l,, ,,II XeYdrdfin,.10ck easily installed It H I I&\\;"k\ , NO maietm, II  "" uP TO t .,T a. "l "l I U I    n le .1.00 MORE Dorm 9 the sole regider  _"v ._,.= ---',_<'. I MarbleCoffeeToble' High team game: Cl.ara's 903, K'ukorski Ins. 866, Tradirrg Post and rogn & 13rogan 56. High telam series: trogan & Brogan 2474, Tradirrg Post 2471, G.V.C.tt. 240. High ind. game: M. Cannon GOLDEN VALLEY LUMBER CO. Randal & Vic Thompson Phone 872-4212 197, M. Sveitz ,and [1V[. Peplinski 17, C. lakler 175. *Hi,gh ind. series: M. ,Peplinski 41, M. G'annon .480, M. Slreitz 477. 'Splits picked: A. WMdal 5-10, 3-7 .and 5-7, M. Lechler 5-6-10, M. Heckaman 3-10, A. Zook 5-6, A. Stocke 2-7, H. Helsper 5-1Q. , Work Safely--Live Longer: ! Carelessness Can Kill You' Mental Retardation And The National Association For Retarded Children Send questions to Mrs. Reinzi Hammond, Golva, N. D. BOx 180. What is National Retarded Children's Week? Nation,al Remded Children's Week is set aside each Novenber 'to dra,w la04ention to the n,ational protlem of tMen,tal Retardation .and its effect on the family, he community and the economy. Many of the NAIC member units zaise funds in he community during ,the week or carry on pub- lic edueai'ion progvaras. The week concludes on Thanksgiving :Day in ,a, pprecation of the forward '.strides being made in improving i the outlook for the menra!!y re- : Larded. i Vhat is the NARC Research lis'hed as .a means to eliminate the ,causes of Mental Retard, ation and to help those already afflict- ed through basic and applied re- search programs. It provides stimulation for research in Men- gal Rerdation by focusing the aention of scientists on this irfrpo,rtan,t problem, and a,w'ards grants to scieniiss to enable re- search to continue uninterrupted- ly. A :broadly interdisciplinary i Research Advisory Board, estab- lished in 1954, selects the gan- lees. The first najr project  authorized was a chrce-year study culmin,ating in the ptbli- cat!on of the volume 'Mental Sulbnormality". Whet publications does NARC issue? The NARC Pu,blica.ions LiM offers ,many printed ibooks, pam- phle'ts and articles avail'able at low cost or Iree. It includes b)bliographies for many areas of work ,with the retarded and Basic Li'br, ary, a list of special help to ,parents. Bi-monthly news- pa,per of NAC is CHHIDREN IAMITED which reports curent .advances. CARD OF THANKS I wish to express my deepest thank,s to my kind relatives, neigNbors and friends for all the get-'well 'cards, letters and gif, ts Fund? , and to those who visited me 'the ,Research Fund vas esta,b- while I was a patient aL the Bis- marck Hospital. It all helped so much to make my stay at the hospital a more ,pleasan't one. This will long be rememlbered. Mrs. Elmer Nbr.ahm Shop Beach first--where the money you spend helps to pay taxes to make Beach a beKer place n which o live. IF YOU HAVE LAND I FOR SALE... please contact us. I We also have several tracts of land in various parts / FOR SALE of the community. ( BROGAN & BROG/00, INC. 1109 First Avenue North Billings, Montana Tel. 252-4159 or EROGAN & BROGAN, INC. 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