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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1969 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAIL ! Kittelsons Esther White nion in , It ~ =='l]tflflrl }te is associated in f&rming in this communty. ' Note Anni Weds Kannenberg and M,rs. Kenneth Kannen- , versarv Beach, ~Mrs. K. L. Dedecker and d,au,g~Uer Dei,l Jean of Los ~Ir. and Mrs. Donald Kittelson Miss Esther. 3Nhite, daughter Angeles, Calif Mr. and Mrs. were honored at an open house of Mr. and Mrs. S. E. White of Frank Kan.nenberg, ,Mr. and Mrs. at their farm home north of Jamestown, N. D exct~a~gedlc~as. Sa'nith and family, ~Mr. and Beach on Sunday, Sept. 25, 19601wedding ~'ows with K. RiohardlMrs. Bill Kriedemann M~,s. Leo observing their 25t,h year of mar- '1Kanner~bevg, sO~ ~f :Mr. ~nd Mrs. ] - ' " " ' oh Zempel, M xs. /Marm Chaska, Jim Idage. Their 3 d~ughters, Dadlene Kenneth Kann~i~be~g of tk~a: I Bush, and Joe J<~hns~one, all of of iBeach, Colleen (~Mrs. ,Don K,u-, rural con~r~.~i{~.; on sept. 18, Beach, My. and /Mrs. Art Under-I kow~i) of Laurel, Mont and 1960 The g~9~'i~,fft-Dii~ Adventist wood and Cathy, Sentinel ,Butte, I lglaine (Ma's. Larry ,Bares) of see'ice was':~'ei4' 'in iil~e Con~rd'tPauline Zem,pel, Wahpeton, Mar-i Lefor, N. D. planned the cele-ia Lu'therar/ (1hutch at $am es-iian~e and A~lice Underwood, ,H,ar- I:xration. A~out 200 guests attend-! own, xvith tl!?e !a[ner oI ~me~y,: were among the many out. ed tt~rou,ghout the a~ernoon and .b~ide, ~lder:S. LE. ~i~|olI ~wn guests at the wed<~ing. A 3-tiered cake ba~wd and dee- ~, T~e ~uvc~ ~ ,cte~oratea=' ~ oraCed ,by M~rs. A~len Schaa, l and palms and-~la~(a, ~ ]~.:~ Silr~er candelabra centered tLhelmer Haas; I~%x, N. D pla3red[, table. Re~resh~ents were pre- ~edding music, and~IoLsts were pared and served :by M~s. Ray Bastor and Mrs. M. D. Gordon Ku~owski, a sLstev of /Mr. Kittel- of Beach, mad Loman Reile, ~f [ son, ~Irs M~en S<~h~tal, Mrs. Ohf- I Jamestown. ton S~aal and 1Vim. HarOld Kit- Lcnora Wagner, Lark, N. D lelson, sisters-in-,l~v of the hon-~was maid 0~ honor, and l:wides- ored cou,ple. The home was dec- maids were Da~ne Zecn,pel, of COCCIDIOSIS orated .wi~h bouquete of mixed Beach, and Mai'l~ ~Kostenko, of By Dr. E. M. Gildow flowers. ~Ki~deer, N. D. ~k ":~ttsin of the Director, Frlskies Research Kennels 4VIrs. Kittelson wore an orchid b~idegroom, Keit~Li~th, Beach, A dog disease that's more of. and silver corsage and (M.r. Kil, was bes ~ man. and Gerakl Krue- ten detected now. especially in warm, moist areas of the court- tel.son, a white .and silver bou-~ get, Ca~rington, and Dorm.ld try, is coccidiosls. It seems to ton~iere, presented to them by ~hite, brother o~ the bride,! pick mostly on puppies and their ch&Id~,'en, tendants. Randy Cook, James-I are immune, and is an acute 0VL~s. A~tta Kitlelson was in I were the other gentleme~ at- I young dogs, since most old dogs charge of the guest book. Let-{town. was B~l~le Boy, and ushersI or chronic intestinal infection. lets. cards .az~d phone call~ of were Terry and Wesley Smith, The chief symptom is a dark con,gratu~lations and a gi:f~ of eft- and George Underwood, a~l of sticky diarrhea, which, in many ver were received by the cou~ple. BeaCh, and Val DeVibt, Bismarck. cases is accompanied by depres- ~Dt~ring ~he afternoon and eve- The bride was escorted by her i ning, guests were en.tert~ined by fa,ther, and chose a gown of severa~l musical and hurrmrous Chanti],ly lace, fashioned with selections. A mock weddir~g, with a S~brina sty.le neckline, and M~s. Kittelson wea~ir~g her wed- long, tapered ~eeves. 'l~e bouf- ding dress of 25 years ago caus- fant skirt w.as unde,~laid by net ed mu~h merriment, and taffeta. Her en~em*ble was Donald Kittelson and E~stther accented with a dhapel len, gt2n S~thaal were married Sept 25th. veil and a 'bouquet o.f tlarvest 1935 by Rev. W. :B. Nelson in the Moon colored carnations. U. B. C~ur6h in BeaCh. Attendan4s of the bride were sion, general weakness, loss of Out of lown guests included attired in deJ~ph~inium bhJe col- weight and anemia from loss Me'. Kittekson'.s ,brother .and wife. ored faille ~,rock.s featuring ~tlk of blood. The disease is easily 'Mr. and ,Mrs. Harold Kitte:,son of organza overs,kirts0 wit~ mal h- mistaken for distemper since Tacoma, Wn Mr. and M, rs. Gee. ing 'headdresses, ~n.d they car- the two have such similar symptoms. A veterinarian may ~armon of Wing, 'N. D Miss lried coral color c~rnati:on bou- make a positive diagnosis and Helen Ktrkowski .of BiHi, ngs, and' quots. The ~flower girl, Jo. Ann determine which of the three Mr. and ,Mrs. Dale Sorensen oflWidicker of Bowman, wm, e a [ "Pahawu~s, N.Y. icora] color dress. The bride- istyPeSsuffering f coccidloMSlrom by findingthe puppythe !groom and attendan.ts Wore vehite eoceidia in the feces Masonic Dist. Meet i jackets wita dark trous-t In the past, there was no sat- e, ~ ~ /~ ~,ev~, and had bh!e t2ai,na.tion [ isfactory treatment for this dis. 'l'O J~e J[ue~.~ ~c[. z~ bou,tonnieres, ease, but today sulfa drugs are A weddin.g reception fol~k)wed~ being used with marked suc- 'I~ere wdl be a :vlasomc D,s~ ~,eess. - ~. .'- m me c~m~,cn parrots ~er 300 t meeting in Beatm on luescmy ,~, ,~ ~o ,; ~, ,~ ,~ e' How to avoid coccidiosis? Oct. 4 starting with a 'bu,sme the ~-,-i'~c ~,r~" ,I . n~.~ t The surest way is by strict meeting at 3 pm T, here wall be ~i-'ter -f "' e " ',attention to sanitation. Puppies ~: 2 " "-e ' ~ " u ~ ~megr0om cut should be provided with quar- a supper at O'dU p m, at m " ' ./ . t'he att.rao,mely decorated wed- ters that are clean and dry. ~vtasomc iemp~.e. .ivtasons n-ore din*; .cake and Mrs ~o,~ w,~4,~o~: Their leeding and drinking western N D will be present ~ ~f ~,~,', "~i ~: - " . '-,' D,~ an pou,ea dishes should be washed thor. for ~is ,rmtportar~t meeting,and o ' " -- . ~e couple lei~ alterwalxl on oughly after each meal. Where Cera~d Lodge officersare alsovheir 'honeymoon in Cotu. and the disease is especially prey- expected, are now at home it] the'~ apt. alent, the rearing of puppies in ------'-'- ---~. in Beach. 3he ~bride graduated a wire floored pen will help re- EMPLOYMENT BE " from the Sheyen, ne River Acad- duce infection. If such strict rules of cleanliness are adhered TO BE IN BEACH emy in 1958 and attended La to and puppies are fed a well A representative of the State Sierra Academy in Calif and balanced diet they tend to Employment $ervice will serve Union College ,~t Lintel,n, Nebr.gradually build up a natural this area on Wed Oct. 5th. He The brideg, room graduated ~romimmunity to the disease. The will have his office in the Corn- S R. A. in 1957 and attendedchance o its being an acute in. munity room of the County Wa,tla WaHa. Wn. College and fection is reduced, if not elim- Court House at Beach from 9:00 inated, where proper sanitary a.m. to noon. practices are followed. At this time applications for employment may be made and app~lications for Unemployment Compensation will be taken. Also, orders will be taken for: employers seeking wo ke~s . ! -- ~, ~'~J~.~, ~zht~:: :.:.'~di~ ~* LIVE, t {~ Coov,'ight 19& - - " The Dishonor Roll by Je.Ys "ANYSODY WHO ~ OUT ON A NNmT LIKE OIUI~HT TO HAVI HI~ NIAD lXAMML~~ I Feeding Tip: If your puppy is a picky eater he may be de- ficient in vitamin B.1. Giving him an all-purpose dog food such as Friskies, which con. tains liver, and other good sources of vitamin B.1, should perk up his appetite. REMEMBER THOSE YOU LOVED WITH A MEMORIAL GIFT TO THE 3ql~ial Newspaper of the County e~ Billings, State of North Dakota, sn4 prlnted at Beach, North Dakota. ,V n W. Eichhorst Kttorney Vith offices in BELFIE LD SATURDAYS MONDAYS - WEDNESDAI~ I and--. TUESDATS - THURSDAT~ FNIDA~ MwDOBA Sh ip'n Shore stripes a no-iron blouse in the loveliest of colors embroiders it with a monogram motif, adds a soft Bermuda collar. Woven in 65% Dacron" polyester, 35% cotton. 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