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VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13, 196'0 NUMBER 20 BeachMa Bucs To Play At sons Mrs. I. Don Short Speaks Mrs. C. Palaniuk 'Sharon Burkhardt Belfield This Friday , At Beach Oct. 18 tri SUCC~HI~ OCt, 5 Congressman Don Short wil!l Dies In Montana Is Rodeo Queen +~o ,Bea.0h Bues football team Dis ct Meeting report to his ,home friends and 'Friends in the area were sad- 'Miss ~Lharon Burlvhardt. daugh- at ,Bel~field t~is 'Friday, Oct. 14. A District Meeting of Masonic ~Irs. Jack ~Ba~lard of Beach suc- ne~gl~bors at a meeting to be dened to ~hear of the .death,T ofter of IMr. and /Mrs. A.dolt~h ,Btwk- wiitl ,play the Bel~fietd Bantams The Bucs will ~be out to wi,n. ev- Lodges o~ the 16th District of cun'~bed of a series of strokes on held in Beach on Tuesday, Oct. Titlie Fedora Palanit~k (Mrs. hardt of the Wiedora ram~hir~g Wedinesday, October 5, 1960, at 1~ "~he meetin~ ,;11 h,~ h~ld in -50 p m-, at St ~J~UKe'S t~est . " Paul Palaniuk) ~t Sidney JMont. area, was chosen as N D ,Rodeo en thou,g~ Bel.field ~as ~hatked Grand Lodge of Masonry of N. :" ": '~ " f" "1 the Legion Hall at 8 p.m. I . ' " .',ufp severm wcmnes mis season, Mr. and Mrs. Palanmk were for- Queen, .at the recer~t Mmot I~- ' D. was held in Uhe Masonic Temp- mome in u1 mnson, a ter an u- . --~" rs and 3 months Al,no.u~h under a verytight n-~s ,o~ ~ yeavlices wele ~held for schedule to appear in asmany mer residents. "[hey have spent 6oor (Rodeo held tast ~Friday,~. n.melgria'tr n" finjoy !ms. Wp- le in Beaeh Tuesday, Oct. 4th, r'unerat ser " the past .few years in Sktney. Saturday and Sunday. i lcal auvu~mn sport --- attenct me with Su.nset Lodge as hosts, with 2 pmces as possible before the The ,body was ,brought ,back to She ~as been a contestant in t~e tg:me; and root for your ,nome G. Eugene Hathaway, District ner on ~aturoay, oct t~. a~ u" " n church electron on Nov. 8, Short has m-' Belfield 'Saturday. Rosary was women's division ~n several such, am . Deputy Grand "Master in charge. p m, at me .First ,l mera siste"," " - ~. a upon a meeting m neacn recited at the Legion ha!l in events, usuall~ ecru'rag home with' ,t. wm ~De a gala weekend, Grand ~odge officers present "' "" s A1"! so ,he may talk wRh ,the ,folks . nex, t weeK, ~ct 21, at the ~eacn were: ,Harold S. Pond, Grand ncmtea at me ias~ ate . in his home co Belfield at 7:30 ~unday evening a hen's sll~are of the prize .money. Hi.-" C " " " " ed ' mmunity ' - . .~a :~nooi, w~m nomeco~mng Lecturer, representing the Grand business ,places m .Bea l~ clos 'w~th funera~ servmes at ;St Jose- M~s ~url~ardt ~s a student at f .~ . ~ ~ .~e sure to mark your calendar - - - " est~wtms to mcmcte all me ira- Master. ,L. Claude ,Messing, Past meir moors during me nour or t phat chu,r~h at Gomam, ,Monday me .tmsmess ~cortege an ,Rapml ,: . . so as to meet with Don Short on ~ u~ttona~t ~alxtare Grand "Master. Ernest D. 'Nelson, me servmes, e a at 10 ~.m Burial was i~ theCity, as is ther ~aeigl~bor, lvuss[ Paperers ind~uded ,Leo Mis- Tu sday, O~ t. 18 ohureh cemetery. ~ l Sydney CormeB, daughter of Mr. [~r~ ~---.~-- -- Past Grand ,Master. Alfred Und- ke, Steve ~leig~t, Randal Thomp- n * ~e I She leaves to ,mourn ,her pass- and ,Mrs. Sidney Comaetl, and the[ e #,h ~||/ff6t ~lfltld~~ erd~fl, Grand Junior Deacon. G. son, Renard Jones, Gene Uelmen, lleCelVe Ward Iing, ,her .parents, ,IV~r. and :Mrs. 2 yotmg ,ladies went via q~us to I ,~ z ~ Eugene Hathaway, Dist. Deputy and MarshaLl Miller. Interment !John IFed~ffa of Be~field, three Bismarck wlhere they accorrrpa- rl~ |I -." ~ ~'1tf (~rand ,Ma.ster. Sayle Ward, Dist. was in .the Lutheran Cemetery ~tl| rl~* 9 rt ,l'brothers. Marion of Calif Nick nied ~Wal't Neuens to the Minot lO nemnser ,~-zo DeputyGrand,Lectttrer. L.R. Men- Bea ore-i imer s yearn of Wn of Sidney, ,Montana rodeo last ,Friday. 3 ke, Chairman of Grand Lodge Committee on Credentials and "Mrs. ~Ba$1ard is surv~ved by her and one sister, Julia (Mrs. Nick Another residents of this corn- "Bhe ~ettinger h~h tree,baR President of Masonic Veterans A message received by Victoria Haniu~k) of Ore on and husband, ;lack, prominent ira- " g many munity, Boyce Burnett, a sum- squad ,held 'Bea.0h winless, and Assn. Johnson relayed the sad news relatives and friends. All the Fe- mer employee of the Goldsberry made 26 ,points to the visitors' The meeting was opened at plement and automobile dealer of the death of Gladys Johnson dora fa, mily were present at the brothers, was one .of the toPll3 in Ba@lands Cortference ac'13:30 p.m. with .general discussion here, and our chfid, ren, LMrs. Cleveland at Des Moines, Iowa. funeral, cov~boy winners at this rodeo. I tion at .Hettinger Last ,Fri. night, advancement of .Masonry in the William (J,uanita) Griebel of Lakewood, Calif Mrs. Virgil Gladys was the oldest ~h~ld of i'Mra. ,Burldaardt, ,Mrs. Connell and' Rod ~Reinke made Hettmger'sI on subjects pertai~ir~g to 4ahe Ole Johnson .who filed on a 13 /* ~f~ 1 I'Mr. and ~'M~s. Ted 'Neid'harts of'on~ly score in the l~t ,period off~ 16~h ,Distrk:t and throughot~t the MarlTs) ~raden, CAasgow, Mont homestead a mile from Gorham reemn Laives I obron drove up .to Minot to 3Irs. William (~Doris) Uelmen, in in 1907. Mrs. Cleveland was a t.~. t see. the rodeo. Schaefertackle frOmcame15backYardSandOUt.scoredBill! stateed to CommitteeSreport at theWereeveningapp int'ses- Iwakxmi, Japan, and Jack D. sister of 'Peter Peterson whose ~/l~/~an~l,~l~lEllr~[ ~llar~t~ [ Ballard, jr. of Denver, Cok) 14 homesteadGtadys attendedaj ined theG rham'Gorhamjlntl'lM~1319111111L~* l ILI~|~ ]~'~l|~*-~-, ~,~ t, ~-~v '1Reinke n a 20 yard end sweep ar~dlion.the[ grandchi&ctren, and two sisters, I%.I .% MoW. tbooted the 'point in A 6:30 ,banquet was served by 3Ira. Olga WIe]Jbye of Minneapo- school. Later s,he with her par-2 ,~[lSlneSS In ~ 40||~tv,~ secondin t)heframe'thirdf rquarter,rhe hOStRein~ke, erteam" mem~ersof Eastern f Beachstar.ChapterassistedOrd- lis, Miml mad ~rs. Mabel Brum- eats, moved back to their form- ' d[][ "~"~'" by ran end for1D- yardsa~da IDa' " eerr~nlttee of Masons trom mortal, Oakes, N. D and many er home in Iowa Where she mar- . ' ger " lne friends. . veecung calves ~s ~ecomi~g a --~ and Schaefer swept end for t~he Stmset Lodge. The evening ses- rind,Lmworth Cleveland who other counter. (Reinke passed to sion was opened at 8 p.m at i,~ 9 a~n,~n :~;,~,~ '~ ire mg 'business m ~oiaen Vauey A crew of 5ort~men made up Doug Croft f~or the extra point, iwh~oh time the ~rand Lodge Of- Mrs. Nora Ballard was born .~ v ~, " - ~ it is no a~ Hitterdal, Minn on July 14, . County anu " w esumama her, besides her mother a s~ster of t~e 'Beach and Golva Railroad 1895, and received ~her educationarta~ ~" o~-rother~. funeral' serv~c" es ma~ apou~ =x~ to t)o ~armers m crews have ,been at work the +For .Beach, Rickie Gunkel seer- ricers were introduced, from me county are Ieeomg from ~ past ten days tearir~g up 'the ties ed from 10 yards on an ~tf tack-lwehom were heard inspiring ad- ~here, attending Con.eordia Col- were ~netct at ~agie .urove ,owa 3ege at ~foorhead ,She was mar- on Oct. 1st. 1960. ' to t50 carves apmce. These ~arm- and rails on t,he five ,mile stretch le play in the 2nd quarter and dresses. The a.fternoon conm~it- tied to Jack ~,al~lard in June ers plan to feed these ca~ves between Carl~,l,~ ~n~ omo ~r,~n~ Duane Douglas made good a 25-~tees were called on to report. about 3 months or a little los - ---- : T* yard off tackle,la in the 3rd I The meetir~g was a great suc- 1922, at Mooflaead, ,Minn She c, " ~ i ' g and ~rom now on Olhe wilt1 no,P y ". . '" " f Beach for 14 OaK t vergreens er and then will sell them off to lon"er ~-e 2,he run was flood for the extra cess with several of the Lo6ges was a resloent o . . . ~ ,u ~txe ~ermmatmn I~m~ . . " years, or u, ntil her last il%ness. Before Winter ieeaers, m me corn belt area as a new Y will' b~" m.~,~,~,~''~ pomt. .'m the16th D~strtet represented. who will .finish them off to be- at Carlyle Neither team scored in the, She and ~er .farnily '~ived on ~. .I come top beef Since'removha th " - d last (period ] HAS CATARACT REMOVED " "n the Carl le ~om- ti ve your evergreens a gooct then" ~avm i Y " t g e stocKyar s i . ' m,-;tv tmtil 1935 when they soal