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VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA Feedlot Tour Former Area l Water Users Resident Dies IT. m. " Bemg ~riends received word, recent-l"lOl~ tueeung -ty of t~e death of Rex Hamilton KT'YR ~Ractio and The First of De,trait, M'ie%. Rex, ~ his OHicers of the N. ,D~ :Water ~ational ,t~a~k of ,Bismarck are p.~rents and .Jsi~ter, Helen. ar-U, sers Assn. held a meeth~ in p~anm~g a ,Feed~ot Tour into the roved ,from ~t ~Dodge, Iowa m Bea, ch on Monclay of ~is week. Di~inson a~nd Beac~ areas on 190~ to OI:e on ~ l~omestet~ rI~e {purpose was to discuss the Tuesda~y and Wednesday, Octo-' no.z,= Gotham, v~here Rex atten - ,program of 'fine 'or@a.nization with bar 4t~ and 5th. "lhe aftemtoon ed ,the rural sdh~ol and .gxew l~cM residents, and to interest of the 4,~h, t~he gz,oup wil~ visit ~o manhood. ,He married Hi,eta .them in ~oining fhe groui~, ity. Some over 2,000 hunters were the IDickin,son Experimertt Sta- Hickey, dauEhter of Gee. and Ef-' 14 countries ~)f western ~. Dak. ttwned ~ose in western N. D. tion, wt~s'e 'trials ~eeding rolled fie ~Hickey, who operated the are joinir~g ~<>rc~s in ~r~ effort ~ast weekend in search of the barley are Ibeia~g cor~ctucted. ~ Gorh~m store and postoffice f~r to develop touNst art actions, fleetf~oted an~telope, and a very Tue~ay evening, Oct. 4t~, Dr. many years They al~t moved to natural resottrces, educational large ,pePcerttage of cars tha, t left THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29,1960 NUMBER 18 Most Hunters Beach Lions Host Accorded Zone Meeting Antelope Bea Gilbert Enckson ~, a first of lihree zone meetings this Last l~rida.y noon saw the op- *Mcauday evening, attended by a ~Funeral services were ,he~ki on I~riday, Sept. 23, 1960, ~or G,~l~ert ening of ~e 1960 anteh)pe sea- delegation of 4 persons ~om ~r~ ~ " A special ~elwice son ,a~d l~cal restaurant and mo-.~Dic~uson, in c~nju'ncfion with wa~ owners were ,a little disap-l ~e vegu2ar meeting. Taylor, Dick- he~d a,t 10:30 a.m. at the Ftmeral po[ntedtel in the n, un~ber of-htmt- inson, Riz~lton ,and Beach are 0hapeI ~or the immediate 2am- ers that Showed up in this .local- 1 in this zone. Emil 1Wi~ler,'and the flY, conducted ,by Rev. Kern'nit new Beach Lions President, Clay- ton Bartz, presided at ,t~e meet- ing. Fart of the program was giv- en over to watohing the debate grounds ~mm the 4 comers W~iam J~mson of ~e~ ~e g~be. Butte, was admitted to ~e B~- . . mavck Ho~,m~al on ,M~ad~" ~ ~Om~ ~Al~ "I '~419~9X Fxl~cartionaL retl~g~ous, social. -.- ' s, . and fi~rn m~g~niz~tions a~l oyez Sept. 19, with a fractured .verte- U, pl~znd, ,annour~ced the en~gage the woN~i h~ve ~awarded th~ brae received w~en he fe~l ~'om m~ at a recent fatuity d~nne . ~0tmicol~r Academy ~mva~d the roof of a dairy ~arn which "l~he ~ride-e{Iect attended ~n- winning ~ the highest honors is under consh-uct/on about tworovia . schools ur~til her se~or miles south of {Mandan. He was year ~ ~zgh sch, ool w~2n the reco~enda~ions ever ~iVen rep~)~ted ,to ~)e in ~air con~Kion. ~muily ~oved to Upland and she to a ~ihr~ ~o~a saOWEa success Special 'Sales The 'Bhomas EdLson Award Mr. Z01mson had .been wor~iRg ~tter~ed ,Upland 'High w~ne~e She ~p-~ IN ILLINOIS went to "Around ~he Wonki in tore gor the ~ast few w~,~lwas graduated last June ~l ~i~ ,wife (Mrs ,a~,m~o ,~,~. ,1 The son of lV~r. and ~Ma~ By- ,Funer~ ~ervices were held m At Hettinger so Days' as the ~Bes't Family -~,-- o ~ H AL NOTES ,ILL1 for Joseph B. Bal- 11. h d '~rone re to ~ner~ ~ ran n.ogo~oom OI ~ennnet ~u*~te S~Y 1~vd wane succumbed there on Friday, Sept. 30, a s~ee2ad c~If Pi~m~e of the Ye~'. Parents z~ a,there . , ~eek with ~im 'th~ a.~v ~,~ ,~u the ~u%ure benedmt, zs a gxadu- Patty Bo~Rke, Sentinel Butte. Tuesday, Sept. 20. HIS ~bvothevs sale wil~i rb~e held at Hettinger ~gazine ~ave it ~t's Family "--- * ~u~fered the ~- e" " - ~ late of the U of N D and is' cttr- =NEW ~,A~S~IONS 'of Beach attended the sevv~ces. Livestock Sale, ,Nettinger, N. D. Medal A~w~rd. ~t~. ,oa ~ m~ury. [ .'. ". ~The Fr~, the United Ghurvl (Mz ~. Johnson remained ,there t~ rent~ a mvfl engineer fay Los Survivors include his ~bvo$~erS, beginnirtg ~t 1 p.m. They will Women, ~he Protestant ~lbtion~ae with ~im. It is exl~e~cl'~at A~geles County. V~m. /Wirtzfeki, I~Rae Pasha, ~L~s Aline M~)ore, Ed Begger " ",Jaok and Clarence of Beadh, Bill open their 1960 calf season with Pierre Committee have award- he w~l be a~le to retua~ home Gary Lawrence, ,tti}ly KudL Mrs of ,I~i~ ' ' ' " l~bopo, N. D and Harold l~is special sale and expect to ed ,this '~reag pk'ture a very un- ~n a ~ew aays to eonva~e~,e, if Father Rushford To Ham~ Rearer, Ed ~ietz, ~Don- and Kixk, bot~ of lll~ois and have a Ire'go ntm~ber of good usual and unique '*Special Award his ,phys~ciar~s are satisfied ~l~t Conduct Retreat na PepB~Ivi Terry ~anith, Mrs. his ,sisters, ~K~thryn a~d Myrtle western c~Ives f~rc this special o~ RVIe~t". The Natio~ Legion of he does ,not have any intezvtal Ed ~K~L~kowakz and Gary Cheacue. of Ilflinois and Adeline of Iowa. event. '~ Decer~cy has ~iven itan A-1 in:~uries. Rev. Win. Rushford of Sentinel ~as ~ Su:gery---,MEDOR& UNION In cormection with the cal2 S~perio . ~- Bernard Nistler, son of Afar. and CONGREGATI?NAL CHURCH sale, tltey will hold a ~ d'm- 7 don ~ kn~v just w~tt else I OPEN HOUSE OCT. 4~h ~Bu~teretreatWill, to ,beC nductheld in Beacha rel~iousat St, M~, .~ N:istSer, ,was z~ Rev. C." Lee BIrdsali pezwio~ sate at which time 220 ca~ gay abo~t ~.~s: @rest picture FOR THILL SJth ANNIV. J~m's Catbol~c (~mx~ on Oct. to {~ ~ @ood eoezd~tion ~kitter Pastor Here~d Cows and 220 Hereford Except ~ ev'er~h~g I have The family of (Mr. and ~rs. J. 1 and 2. This eetreat ~s prim~Lly und~oi~ eye eurgery ~t ~e SUNDAY c~ will be sold read, and everything I ~ard p. "l~fl,1 ~in~ite frien~ .f h~ for the benefit of ~,e high ~'~teL on Wedmes- 10:30 am. Comammion ~ce. T~e~ Sept. 27~a spee2a ~ pec~e ed~at ~ave Jee~ ~is ,tires to an open hotme ~ooI students. Stucte~ts ~zx~ra daY. 'S~L 22'. He was ~ in] Theme: "A LiVing Menmria1' m~l hog wde wR1 piet~xe--.there is somet~,ng for ,h~me in Bosch, i the sm'roundlng Darishes axe al- l" i~l," led[~k= eYe ~y a :v~ i~: whi~. { Text: I~e 2~-I~ r ~. ' ~ foe sohiat i0 a,~ ie~ .member af every fm'n~ly t~teir 5~h weald ~ h~'ite~,/,~ attend. on a daJx~ ,i~n ,mwlerl~AY regular sheep and-~ ~ age.--their ~xkes or* ay, Oct "flw 'ret~at w~l begin Sat ~on tw~ rares sou~h of~ ,Womens P~ace, to be he~d in thea~terrd~m * " pictm~ tak~ you written Oat. 1 at 9 a.m. Mea~s will be be ning at the dmr~ basement.