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September 29, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAS I BIJOU THEATRE BEACH SHOW - Michael Todd's- 66 }in Medora a,r~d is enjoyirrg a ir~g we~t, w~"'ee" AroundMea'*:'ora dinner at St. Miehaels Cat,h-ered'i~b!,e ,business. The ipeople of ,Sa.muol olic c~u,rch in Sentinel Dutte on Medora wis~ her good lu,eR in 'Sunday were C~rol McBride, E!- t*l~is venture and pledge their! Mr. and Mrs. Irvir~g Duncan of a,r~d ~VIm. Robert Lit,14bridge of lcn Oste~,hout, Mr. and ,Mrs. W,m. st~pport. Dlaine. Wn M, ps. Roy LiHilyridge F~ix~ol~l and tMrs. do~n W~te Eif2+horzt. Mr. ,~nd Mrs. ~V. A. 'M~'s. Art Henderson and d~u I an~ dau~ters ofL{Medora were Ma, Hory, Lil, lian Van Doren a, nd ~lhter Hazel Ann, Mrs. AnnaI ~~ c~irmer guests at ~he Bud And- Denise Alton. Godfrey, and Son bebo were, ers~o~ ]mine on Monday. Ted Kirkpatrick and Jim BLPd Belfield ea.l.lers on Man, day. 2~ose ~-~om M~!ora attending are removir~g one of Medora's Miss Sidney Murray, a gvadu- - oldest tand, marl<,s. I,L .~-~s a large ate of the DeMores high sekool SL~D.AY. MaN,DAY. TU]],~DAY OCTOBER 2-3-4 Smoking in Bed is Deadly I cottonwood tree located near is attending the U. of Mont. ate, the 3. C. l~asmussen ~home and M, issou.la I mus e,~ L M Jim Barnhart was con t b re~r~oved as it is 'ha']'low ' ' " finedto -the Dickinson hos~tal and decaying and will eventu- ,- " ' ally ~a]A ira" ~vcz~l days ~a,st week but Mr. and M~s Jerry Ostm~hout''h'as been released and is r~ow had Vhe.ir ~on Jesse Wayne bap- at Vhe home of his son Gerald tized on SundaT at the Con,gre- :'" D!ckinson. gation, al 0hurc~l in Medora. The ~'.'nday guests at t,he Ted Ki.rk-, g'rand1~arents and great-grand- patricks were Mr. and 1V[rs. Law- parents were in attendance arnd fence Kirk.pa, tr~,ck of Sent. Bu,tte Mr. and Mrs. Roger ~Myers of an.d t~e Jerry Oste~h,outs of Me- Medova were l~he witnesses, dora. t t~u'by Tisor drove Mr. and .Mrs 'Ihe L. G. t~rovcns were B.[s- mm,ck cal'lers on Thursd,ay. The FUNNIEST PICTURE since fun was born! -- ~0ducti0~ 0f !It ERNIE KOVACS MARGO MOORE JACK WARDEN % .M#CARTH#| RICHARD BREEN W,E/YN~DAY, ~-"I~BDR 5 iT MAKES YOU PART OF THE SHOW WHEN YOU SEE I. C. l~asmuasen to Dickirmon oni ,l~riday w~,h.ere they went tl~ruI ,t~he clinic and t,hen visited at Phe Itarve RObinson residence. I John C. Reilly was releasedI from the Jo~n. stor~e ~Viemorial' Hos,pita,1 in Beach last Tuesday.1 He had been recoverin, g from in-~ juries he received in an automo-, bile accident on Sunday even- ing. ,~ mills, ~ mile south of Ev~niuk of Gor~am S. ,D. REDHEADS CAHVASBAGKS NEVER SO UPLIFTED SO GIFTED .AS IN NEW LIFE WITH LIFE-LIFT PETALS ~~/ Ins;de aod Outside the Formfit Life Bra is Ne~. Life-Lift petals of delicate coffon nestle inside to llft the figure, mold it with ~entle but firm support (outlined wifh prefty pink stitching on the reside, for you alone). 'e Controlled stretch elastic bond, extending under lhe cup grid around to insure adaptable fit comfortable freedom of action. Elastic keeps the low back and low under-arm b~d in place perfectly. Ladder-stitching across the cups gives you o smoother look beneath your dothes. Elastic releases in the back and shoulder straps insure greater ease of movement alo~/ with firm control. Low-cut back and sides for added Flexibility in Fashion. Fiber Facts: Cotton, Rayon trim; Elastic ' sections of Acetate, Rubber and Nylon. New Life by Formflt, Style 584 White. 32A to 40C $3.00. 32-42 D cups--S3.50. 3.OO i "' "P",o?t ~'-~ C " ~ S