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IPAGE SIX 1'tie BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1964 i, Golva News (Too late for last week) Mr. and Mrs. Harry Halstead ol Beach and her brother, Leo Serry of Missola, Mont., were pleasant Monday afternoon call- ers at the Earl Schmitz farm home. School bells again rang throughout the area bringirg students back to begin a new season of learning under the capable teachers now signed up Li at the Golva school. The high r school teaching staff , remains pretqr much the same as last year, with Mr. Howard Mack as administrator and Robert Grasser, principal and science, Mr. Don ! the past. Other schools in the and enjoyed them all very much. rural area also started Monday Mr. and Mrs, Voiney Schmelin,g with Mrs. Cook of Sentinel Butte were hots to a pro-school get- teaching at the Randash school, :together of friends and neigh- Mrs. Goide at the Barthel school, bors at a Sunday afternoon and Mrs. Barthel at the Cripps school, 6 o'clock supper party. Among Mrs. Kannenlbevg of Beach is those attending were Mr. and teachirg the Al,pha school, Mrs. Mrs. Ronald Hollar of Beach, Mr. Floyd YCeyer at the Liberty and Mrs. Barold Barthel, Mr. and school, and Mrs. Mike Chuppe of Mrs. Leonard Strietz and family, Sentinel Butte will,again teach .at Mr. and Mrs. Max Schmeling the St. lilips school, and family and Mr. and Mrs. 'Mr. and Mrs. Albert Maus re- Reinherdt 'Fischer and family. turned from a 6-day vacation Mr. and Mrs. Barney Norris spent in Denver to visit his sis- and family while enroute to Wal- ter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed nut, Kan., to visit his parents Krasovich and his brother Law- sto:pped off at Beach for a brief rence Maus and family. They also visit with her brothers Frank toured into the souchern part of and Hugo KreRSnger and their the tate visiting her sister at families. The Norris family was Colorado Springs and stopping travelin,g ,by train and due to the off to see Mr. and Mrs. Walt extent of their trip, their time Kruger and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy was limited. Mr. and Mrs. Leo nesday and was to undergo sur- gery for an injured back. How- ever upon more x-rays the sur- I gory was postponed at this time. Harry returned home this Wed- t nesday and is confined a home and it will be some time before he will resume his work at ,Mc- Caskey Implemen,t. ! Mr. and Mrs. Joe Petri and 'Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Orstad left this Monday a.m. for a vacation spent in Washin.gton and Oregon. The foursome planned to make Helen, a their first day of driving and reachni, g Spokane the second day to visit the Orstads' daugh- ter, Joan Frank and family. They pan to go to Portland and visit several days .and returning home after spending about two weeks visiting relatives and friends. Mrs. Ed Kotba and family case of jaundice. Golva Ladies Birthday Cluib met at Mrs. Lina Wassm'an's last week to celebrate her birthday in true birthday manner. Cards were the afternoon entertain- ment and prizes were awarded to Mary SchmiCz and Mrs. Fas- chin,g. Friends left wishin, g Mrs. Wassman many more hppy re- turns of the day. Mrs. Roslna Drewniak was a patient at the Golden Valley Hospit'al sugfering from a heart condi'tion. However after her condition }mproved enough to move her she was taken back to Billings to convalesce and to be near her daughter and family. 'Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreitinger were happy to greet [IVlr. and Mrs. John Riekers and family and their aun% Margaret Cady from Springfield, Minn. The Kostelecky will again be the Susa, former residents of Golva. Krei*ting er and family of Dis- have taken up residence in Beach group arrived Saturday night .... " -n a m-th teacher and Mrs They were in Denver when the marck knew of their arrival and for the coming school term. [ and stopped enroute to visit Mr. " s  m En land arrived drove up o ve nero to greet the . l ' ' 's H,=mmond, Enhh, . Mrs. Soko- eatle. o g  lorrs .......... zamz ann s m me Mr. and Mrs. Max. Schmehng. and .Mrs" Leo Kreztmger. at Bz ,- ,,u; ,.,. .... ,  ...... h,,. s,,,,n and witnessed the flurry of ex- i .... Y , ..pc returned from their vacation at rrarck and other rel,atves at. ............................. f the welcome rece -weexenu vlslung rem uves , . - err- 7th nd Rqh a-dg rhila Mr, ] cltemen o P " ] southern Colorado and d'dn t t Mandan. They w sted the Hugo -T:res {_rene-'=''la"'MrHe"-'id don given to the Beailes. ,Recall- Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmitz took ! feel as though they had venturedl K reitin, ger family on Monday in the 5th and 6th ,*,rade room ling the opening number of the a 3-day vaca'tmn to the Peace too far. While there they met[ and left for Minnesota a, gain on ]'[rs .hitz is backto the 3rd[Valley Varieties show this past Gardens and to Lake Metgoshe. l with Mr. and Mrs Al'b. Maus, Tuesday of this week. Mrs. Cady I and'4h'-rades and Mrs Nelson!sprirg, he Mauses say the Enroute home they stopped off Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nistler until, was a sister to the former Mary[ the 1st ad 2nd All in'alI stu-i"screaming welcome" was no. at Glenfburn and had a very en-IMr, and Mrs. olger Johnson! Krei%in,ger. I dents and patrons are looking :exaggeration -- tl)e cvowd was yblre sVnt s i:h bFeathrer WIste(o and Saintly, all of whom were Ma'; .and Mrs. F_Mwin Risn,g forward to another successful not pray seen rut ne'ara. "l'ney 'a ' g  , also acationintg in Colorado at ann ramity zef or Bismarck 2ri- ........... hove had so lorw in I report a lot of sightseeirg trips all his friends at Golva. I the same time. [ day on a confined pleasure and ' " .......... *" ............................... I Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nistler, 1 Friends here congratulate Mr-I business trip and returned Sat- i Rbert Nmtier and Mr. and Mrs. and Mrs. Steve Nistler on the urday. While in Bismarck they DENTAL NOTICE My office will be closed September 12th to 17th while attending N. D. Dental meeting. J. N. O'KEEFE, DDS \\; Neckline IleWS bow-tled above a bias- haped bodice and box pleated skirt. Woven plaid cotton in green, brown or blue. For the average shorter- waisted figure in sizes 8to 18. 14.95 CLARA'S They say the proof of the puddin' is in the eatin'  with all modesty we must admit the truth of this old saying! We try to provide, cook and serve the tastiest food obtainable, and judging from all our customers who return time after time, we believe we've ac- complished this feat. If you aren't in the know, don't take our word for it-:- come see! Special events, birthdays, anniver- saries, etc., are tmes you won't want to fail to remember--and Jack's Club food makes a hit with young and old. Sunday dinner--serving starts at 12 noon. Dining room open week days 5:30 to 1 a.m. CLOSED EVERY MONDAY Jack' Club Wibaux, Mont. Phone 795-8914 Jim Ni.stler of Dickinson drove to Minneapolis over the weekend to visit relatives and take in the baseball ffames scheduled be- tween the Washin*gton Senators and the Twins. The group went via South Dakola, stolvpkng off at Brookings to visit Tom Nist- ler and family and the next night arrived in Minneapolis in tame to see their firs% game that nite, followed by another game the next day. They arrived home in time for Robert to enroll in the Golva High School and Jim Nist- ler has acepted a posiJon as teacher in the Glads,tone school, and returned in time to take over his new duties at Gladstone. Mrs. Leo Miske of he St. Philips area entertained at a coffee party last week. Among those tlat attended from this area were Mrs. Joe Booty,an, Mrs. John Schmelirg, Mrs. Roman Finneran, Mrs. Bud Clouse, Mrs. Peter Schmel, ing, Mrs. Warren Irons, Mrs. Ernest M.aus, Mrs. A. G. Fasching, Mrs. Greg Maus, Mrs. Al%er Maus and Mrs. Leon Kremers. A dance was held in the Golva CommunRy H,a11 Friday with the Frontiersmen of Dickinson fur- nishig the music. A good crowd turned out for he pre-school errtetainment. Saturday mornin,g we were greeted wih an early drizzle of rain that kept on all day and gaining momenCum until by eve- ning a good 3 inches had fallen. The ground absorbed it most of the day until toward late after- noon with the heavy dovnpour, fields s'tarted o flood and creeks and dams filled to capacity. It was a wonderful fall rain ut no doubt it was an aftermath of the hurricane 'Cleo' as the rain was prey much "general" in the whole northwest. .Dorothy Knopp has accepted a position at the Golden Valley Hospital for the coming winter months. Alpha Homem,akers met at the Ed Kouba farm Tuesday night and discussed plans for the booth to be trimmed for the annual County Fair. arry Zachmann was admitted to St. Alexius Hospital las% Wed- iiiiiIiiiIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIimllillllmlllllll FOR SALE 3-bedroom home in Beach. The P. O. Peterson house. Full basement. Drapes, rugs, kitchen stove, frig., davenport and other items. Completely modern. See, write or call ATT'Y ORRIN LOVELL or NORRIS PETERSON Bowman, N. Dak. IIIIIIIIIIllllllilllllllliilllllllllllllllllllll WATER WELL DRILLING AND SERVICE .... .....:. ,-+. . Call or Write Merlin MeDanold Phone 872-4446 Beach, N. Dak. /--__//-- /--_/__//-__//--___/ arrival of their new daughter, visi.ted arry Zachvn, ann at St.t t born at Fa.go. Mrs. Nistler is the ! Alexius Hospital. former Mary Lu Kreiinger of Erother: "Don' argue wih me. GoPc, a. i I ought to know; don',t I go to A1 Faschirg of Mandan is also' school, stupid?" , of Superior, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. d'.Alene. Idaho, Lynn Haidle a patient a% Sq- Alexius Hospital! Younger brother: "Yes, you go Glen .Keller of Shell Lake, Wis., ill Haidle o Fallon, Mon, at Bi,smarck. A1 entered the hos-to chool stupid, and you come Mr. and Mrs. Earl Keller o Au- Mr. and (Mrs. O. M. pital a week and has a severe home tha way too." [,burn, Wn., Mr. and ,Mrs. Ch'arles and girls of Wbaux, Mont. Why there are railroad m'easures on your Nov. 3rd ballot Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Bosserman (Cameo Phot0) WEINREIS-,BOS,SERMAN-- : Pe'erson and boys of Fag, lr; IContinued From Front Page} and Mrs. John P. Schmel'irg 0 agriculture here. River.dale, N. ,D., Mr. ,and L, Out-of-town guests were: ,Hat- Rc.ger Wi6kstrom of P0apid old Keller and daughter Sharon S. ID., (klen .'Hudson of Centuries ago, a cagey old warrior summed up his battle tactics in three short words, "Divide and Conquer." Today, a handful of North Dakota rail union bosses-with nothing more than union dues in mind-are following the same strategy. Rather ithan trust your judgment, they hope to defeat Measure #3 in the November 3rd election by inserting Measures//4 and #5 on the ballot. Then, if you're sufficiently confused to vote against all three, they'll have won the battle. Just what would the three measures do? In simple terms-- MEASURE #3 WOULD: repeal North Dakota's antiquated forty-five year old Steam Engine Law which requires railroads to run modern-day diesel freight engines with three men in the cab, one of whom is the fireman. MEASURE #3 WOULD: permit railroads in North Dakota to comply with the recent national settle. merit concluded by the United States Congress and the President Eisenhower and President Kennedy Commission declaring the third man-- the fireman-unnecessary in the modern diesel- electric freight locomotive. This settlement is in effect in most states and all surrounding states, but not North Dakota. MEASURE #3 WOULD: uphold the job guarantees of the Kennedy Arbitration Board, by which per- manent employees are protected for the period of their working lives. RAIL-UNION MEASURE #4 WOULD: keep North Dakota's antiquated and burdensome Steam Engine Law. RAIL-UNION MEASURE4WOULD: burden North Dakota shippers with staggering costs not imposed in surrounding states. RAIL-UNION MEASURE #5 WOULD: endanger the continued operation of many branch lines by forcing North Dakota railroads into an enormous expenditure to revive branch line passenger service which North Dakota Public Service Commission has declared unused and unneeded. RAIL-UNION MEASURE #S WOULD: force the railroads to spend ten million dollars on un- needed passenger equipment. RAIL-UNION MEASURE #5 WOULD: make North Dakota the only state with a ridiculous law com- pelling the operation of unused passenger trains. So you see that Measures #4 and #5 are a smoke screen. Look behind the smoke screen. Measures #4 and #5 would only increase the cost of railroad transportation in North Dakota. Measure #3 would bring more efficient railroad service. The real issue is Measure ]]3.