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II II VOLUME XXXVI MEDORA. BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, OCTOBER 20, ,1960 NUMBER 21 "Get Out The Vote" Campaign Under L Development Group To Meet MondayI Sponsorship of American Legion A~n R Millet of Beaoh and other merr~bers of the study corn- The American ,L--'--egion ~Post No 2' - mittee of the .southwest N ,Dak. 5 and their Auxiliary is ---" ABOU THE SCHOOL i Development District will meet atten~pt- TREASURER'S REPORTS at the .Capitol .Mdg. in ,Bismarck Rohans As It Looks After Recent Remodeling feet were so cold he oould harcZy Vendsel also stated that oon- fini~ dressing and never did get trary to recent press releases, a fire started Lbut restored c2r- the Democratic party dos not culation and Warmish to his have a two-flairds majority in liaWb4 by f:orchag himself to lCor~gress' des#pite recent state- walk around, thus avoiding a ments to that e~fect q~y Sen. ~raged~. The thall was the cent- Milton R. Young. This newspap- er of the rural com~u.nRy's soc-l er does not have rite figures at iel life ha its early days. haaad so we cannot verify either One of the methods used to statement at this time. finance it was an appavenl:ly very success@u~l Wild West Show, ~Hears Nixon .-- .~.t93.~ intl:19, dathnate ate~.ae~tI Edwin Buldhaupt went to Bill- S," ' I ings recently to see and hear time also adding $32.10; 52 shares[ Vice President Ridhard Nixon. ~f stock at $10 each were sold, V. Pres. Nixon was met by about bringing the ,HaM's total receipts, 3,000 persons. to $1,74559 Furniture and fix !urea on band ha this 1919 re-]MEDOR/t UNION port amounted, to the staggering CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH ~ot~l of $17.75. Even more im- Rev. C, Lee Birdsall Pastor pressive t~ the fact that there / SUNDAY was stil $24.40 ~eft, after all,- . . the o bills aid m 10 30 am Worship Servtce vari Us " were p " " I " =:" ,rl -- " "" ll! - - . i "meme: "l ae ))y am oz me Have Ch4~Jk U -- ]SPA veilled ir 4 4ire. - Im I A erse ,by verse study of 'R0- ~wgaret Stecker and M~rs.'[ man~ C~ap. 7. ~" Oswood drove to Bismarekl~AY, OCT. TuelKlay, Oct 11 where they] Ammal 1~blic Dinner and thru the clinic, anat.~ weather, the doors had ~1~wn dow~ and (~umk's hands and ity Hall, erected about 1919. It is located .NE of ~u/llim't Butte. These figures came to ,li,ght re- cently, when Phi Otto came across an itemized list of expend- itures for the ~I, all. Phi served as pcesident fl'om the ~ime it was ImMt until 1929. Aud Nunn was Vice l~resident, and Jim C~on- nell, ~th now deceased, was,the sec.-treas. Ths ha'N, wow neglected and derelict, was believed last ~sed ~t fall, when C~uCk Danieison, a me~er of the Beach ~J~gh school faculty, slept ha the ~ld- i~g w~en he was out in the~ Badlands htmting. Da~ielson wa~ fairl~ comfortable in his aleep- ~ag, but on arising early the negt morning in the sub-zero serving of refreshme~tts were the ~Irs. Orval Ross, Ronald John- ston, Glenn L0hman, BOb Aber- nethy, and Charles Smith, as- sisted by" :Mrs. William Hassel- strom and Mrs. Arthur Under- wood. Mrs. Charles Wilson and Mrs. Bert Thompson were in ohar~e of the guest book. The bride's par- ents, (Mr. and Mrs. ~S. E. White of Ja,mestowaa, N. D paid her a sur- prise visit that afternoon. The cot~ple were married Sept. 18 at Jamestown. Vend l Speaks At Democratic Rally Raymond G. Vendsel, the Dem- ocratic nominee ~or U. S. Rep spoke at a Democratic Rally in Beach last Wed. evening. cereman~es wi~1 ~be called upon to introdtme the various spe~tk- ers. The new queen will be crowned for the 1960-61 sc~'mol year. The student .body will so- ,fact the nt~w queen on Wed .but restflts will ,be ke~ secret u~til the coronation on 2~aursday. On Friday ~trnoon the ~ph- omore olass will initiate the new 9th ,graders. The high-light of the Ihomeeoming will be the x>o bal game between me ucs of ~ea~ and the Mort Cardinals. Mott is at present tied for the top spot in the ~adLands Con~r- once. 2he evening wilt fol n red by a dance at the Sehool gym for students a~l alum- ni, followed with ~hmch served ~by the SO l~omore class. p ago which weakened the struc-ings, water colors, etc at the ling down the tracks he realized organizer ture. ' coming 16th annual N. D. Art what had happened, ~but too late Guest Of Chap. C At the time of the fire the E)ehi~bit to be held this year in to stop them. bldg. was only ,partly covered Bismarck ~rom Nov. 3 to 6, at Underwood hurried to the ~VIrs. J. C. Kermey of Park Rive- by insurance, with $9,000 on it, I the World War Memorial Bldg. Kenneth ~Kanner~bevg farm to er, N. D 'State Organizer of the plus $1,000 on the furnishings; Gym. Entry ~blanks may be ob- borrow a sackile horse, but was PI/X) "Sisterhood, was a guest of the trustees ef the Church had] tained from the Bismarck Art unseccessful there, as ,Kannen- Ohapter C Beach, on Tuesday, asked the insurance agent in lAesm, Box 502, Bismarck. Ther berg's horse was lame. He next Oct. 18. A luncheon given in her July to hacrease the insurance, lwill be a "Sat. noon lunoheonlwent to the Hudson farm ~aaar honor was held at the home of tbut ~this had not ,been 4one I for artists and friends at the Mc-, Beach, and c~btained one, then Mrs Victor Thompson. 2VIrsA Rob-' Plans ~or rebuildind~ are already Cabe Method!st Chjwch Parlors, 'riding hard for 3 hours, fbefore err Carlson, president or me m-, ,Detr~g mane. Rev. ~witt lost his and a reception ~unctay zrom he had the last of the daerd rou,nd- cal ~:hapter, presided at the meet-wiPers nal library m the ~tre, along 2:30 to 4:30. ed uv ~U,nderwood says he thinks ing w0~ida followed, th other personal equipment I he acquired enoug~ speed and L~ speaking to the Chapter, IT heY are ~aolding" reg.u~ar w~r-I NOTICE roping skill on his um'e~eal~d Mrs. Ken:aey ernl~asized the ex- stop ~aw~ees at me Imris~ hal} oft 'r~r~ will he a Billings Ccum, rot~ndttp to make some of the cos ,a ,tmmeran enuren m Glen~llve ~ cellerme and reazon~ble t of . . "," ', t~'-ReDnbliean Ra.]iv at ael~]~l top cov~boys ~ear~ul of loosing Cottey College, a Junior coDege[r rme p resem. . [~ ~,(~ c~L~,=,'9~ '~+-~ =-,~- their startdh~s! for ,irls located at Nevada, Mo l tvne at)eve iruormation was!Z" ~, --~--:.--~-,-~ -~ -.v.-,:. ~" ~ sent out by Conferen.e, ~ ~;a~ t ue sure m a~eno, ~eromment ~,~= ,~,~ ~ ~Lewis E Mo~s~, of Billirt~s .tolspeazersm ~ve mere. ~ ~zee =ux~-a -rr,p -- I - : :2. ~ s land donuts wi,~1 ~be served r~o .~ returned I ~ev. c. Lee ~irasall ~f ~ea~.) Atty. i~ ~Keahane .~ I ~ I The $~Iedara t~Aon Congrega- home this Monday from Cuanb-~T ~ ~av -- [vmnmg m ~oto. --. i tional ~ureh Ladies Aid wi~ erland, Rhode Island, w~ere he] AI ~Jeckert left this Tuesd~ay] Mrs. Lucille Kremer~ of Gol-I~old their ammal supper and vizited his dau~ter and bus-[via ~a!ane from ~ismarck ~or|va is visiting at the Bi~ ~rem-[bazaar on Saturday, Oct 29. band, Mr. and Mrs. George ,Ben-l~Im~h~ield, In w4xere he Willle=rs 'home in tFL Collins, coto.lW next week's issue of the tiett :aml danglers. le" made rl Im d a eek atte her nel ew, Nedvs tar complete details. trip via plane, flying[ the ~ Life ~rar~e ( to af- ami taking the train[ v.e~t~ He is ex'peeted to A ~llege girl may be poor kx }~a~k In ~each Tue~lay, Oct. ~ry ~b~tt great on dates. quickly extinguishedz~ checked se, era]~ tim~, aagi appeared to be eow~letely Out. However, it ,is tlmuRh.~ the fire must have formal its way ,to a nearby tmin. sulated "waft, ~because that area mldden~y,~urst into roaring ~lames, ~da spread quiek,ly,1, to ~he attic, creating a dr~t which ~16rtt SLavaes lickir~g from one @~ble o the other, cattshag the entire ceilia~g to fall down, with- in a~fin~utes. " Gtlendive firemen soon had this reader control, ,with most of the walls still standing. '~ca~e of heavy water and heat din-a- age, p}us l~ fact that this old section ~f the c~ur~ was not in too good s~ape, the insurance ~er declared ,it to be a tot- al loss. There had been a fire ",m the daurOh attic several years Mr. and ~rs. Jim Olienyk were hectored on their 25th an- niversary with a:n open house at the ~,~emorial ~all, Oct. 16th. A Large number of relatives and friends were present for the oc- casi,on. ~Mike OLienT~k was MC for the program which consist- ed of zrmsical aaurnbers ,by Mrs. R. Cortklha, Mrs. Roger ~Newton, Mrs. Vernon "Ilh~mpson and Miss Verna "I~mrapson. {M~. Emil Ssv- ageau gave a 'brief history of the honored guests and also read an approlpriate poem ~elicious refreshments were served. Artists Invited To Enter Show Artists of this area are all Calves Spill On Railroad Track Bea~ites were a trifle discon- certed last week wthen they saw a therd of calves scrambling mad- ly on ~ae Northern Pac~ic Rail. road tracks at Beach, in the ,Dlace they ~have ordinari~ con- noct~ with passing trains ol will hold its annu- years pastor of the Evar~gelical tLawrence tBowman, Win. O'Con-~he had ,baked and decorated. Vote' Project. American ,Legion, new daughter in law of ,Mr. and t a~ homecoming Cesti,vities. A!~ ,United ~Brethren Ohurc,h in Beach,~nel~ and State Sen. Le.land Roen, Mrs. 'Paul ,Reisenauer poured the Beach, N. 'I). . alumni are invited to p " ' ' Iffrs Kenneth ~Kannenbe~g, was attend and now asto, o~ the EUB all of whom are candidates from coffee introduced to about 125 of their Bulhon Butte Hall friends and neigl~bors, at an On Thursday evening a bbrffirepart~3hurchof inhisG~lendive,chua, oh destroyedM nt" hadby ' these introda~ced39th LegislatiVeMath DiSt.DahlHeanda[- Many nice gifts and a purse ,~ n~ For 003 [open, ~touse ~art~r at ~he Kannen- rallYacross will.fromOpenthe newthe programLincoln fire ~last Friday. Oct. 14. ICurtis Olson. i fcouple.Silver were *~rese,nted to the grade school. ~rom' there stu- .It started w~hen weak,men z.~aza~ ~ ]~berg ~arm home on Sunday, Oct.[ Mrs. LeDoux is a dau.g~hter of The armuth-w~ter',mg-low figure! l:~:~aaiaThenadfdt?.n enJ~ ~Tet dents will join in a. snake dance "were changing to hot water heat. ~r~**n|-~ ~-Lr~,%~.A~ Mr. and ,Mrs. Charles tIaut of :~bove isfft s<~aethha.g that you -- ' Y, w g . [ routine and martin thrtt file city ~Vq~tl they were solderirrg a joint ~tFIt~l$~t~t~ ll~t~|l~t]~t %,U Belfield. midst dream about, it's the act- oz me couple se~amg 9 ~tures to the high school auditorium, ha the room of.f~the pul, pit, their ~ a tMr. and iMrs. LeDoux have 2 ual -~ost of the construction of and gifts. CROWN HOMECOblING QUEEN .torch started a fire in the :frame- on Anniversary dauglaters, Carol and Bonnie, bobh the old Ikal~on ~utte Conmaua~ :snaring in me preparuon ann At the auditorium a master of ,work of the ,bufldir~g; this was - .7 married.