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Beach, North Dakota
September 22, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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September 22, 1960

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7Z Dr. O. Smith. Tuesd, ay, Oct. 11 ~rom 2 to 3 p.m. at the Sentinel Butte School by Dr. C. A. Bus~. Tuesday, Oct. 18 from 2 to 3 p.m. at the Golva Seh~)ol ~by Dr. C. A. ~ush. There w&kl be no charge for the 'DPT, and smallpox irrrmuniza- tions. A c~axge of $2 witl be made Ibr polio shots. in one of some 60 differerLt oc- ,xL noun un,~ ~,~m~L~, r1*uay cupat~onal fielzls. The positions the antelope ~season will open to be ~illed from the FSEE are in western N. ,D. and several in variot~s Feder~l agencies I~- ~housan~i htmters wiU come into oated in Wa~'dr~gten, D. C and ~his area in an effort to bag t~heir throughout ,the U.S. big game. The examination is open to "I~he ~oca, l Legionnaires, realiz- college j~miors, seniors, and grad- ing the ~hortage of rooms every uates, regardless of major study, year in our city, g'~is year decid- and to ~persons who have had ed to open u,p ,~e Beac~ H~tt eouivalen~ experience. S~arting where they have several hundred salaries wi~ be eider $4,345 or cots they will offer the boys for $5,355 a year d~perrd~g on the their nights lo@gir~g. They also qualifioatiorts of the candidate, plan to have a snack ~r them ed to Livi~Nston, [Mont, Where to ma e her ome Speaks At Lutheran ttrg~l her deat~h. Her husband preceded ,her in death, ha~ing! Layman League succumbed several years ago. 1 Mr. William Renz, public rein- Survivors include four 0hildvenI tior~s represer tat~ve for Dakota and 9thor retatives and friends. I Boys Rand~ at Tol~ey arid [ML- above information was lnot, N. D spoke Wed Sept. 14 bvottg~t to the News O/~ce by]at the jo[n,t meeting of ,the Luth. ~m:pd Y[ou~k, w~o had receivedi Laymans League artd Lutheran a ~et~er from Mm. Van Eaton's Womans ,Missionary League of dat~ter, Ma~ Lu'oiLl~le Mzmson of St. .Paul's Luther, an C~uvch in Liy~gstoat, A$ont. details Beach. Fel.low~ip Youth G,roups of ,the Sout~twestern Assn. of the Con- gregational Christian ctmrches. Over 90 young people and ad- visors met in Theoctore Roosevelt Park for the 1-day meeting. The Roy. ,Ri~ard Keithahn of Bak- er; Mont was the rnam speaker for. the R~tly. in this communRy for the past time. 'For a detailed list of items several years. Mrs, Cook is the fovrner Co}leen ~aker, daughter o~ Mr. ~nd M,rs. Lk~e ,Baker of Beach. The good wishes of the Cook's many friewd~ in this oo~ity go with @~em for happiness and success in their new ~orne. to be sold, see his ad~'. ~listed elsewhere in this issue. Weekend At Wo~land -- [Mr. rand Mrs. Emil Mil~er spent the weekend at ~orland, Wyo. visiting their ~n, Bill ,and fam- fly. ~and relatives to an open house Sunday Vmilors " "- I at theix ~arm home in observance ~v~r. and [Mrs. ~ud 'Bishop and[of their 25~h wed~ir~g anrdvers- ~. Maria~ (H~ V~itedI ary on C~{pt 25 in the afternoon thei~ s' ~te in ~aw, M~. Ray[ and evening hours. No written Jones of Van NuFs, Calif. ~md]invRations are being se~. The hey mother, M~. ~N~t~on in Dic~-Iguests are asked not to bring in,on on Stmetay, Sept. lfl. I g@ts.