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The Billings County Pioneer VOLUME XXXVIII Woodward Rites Held October 19, Was Beach Pioneer Last rites were accorded Allen E. Woodward on Friday, Oct. 19, 1962, at the Methodist church in Beach, N. D., at 2 p.m., with Rev. Cecil Stanley officiating. Busi- n, ess establishanents in the city closed during the hour of the funeral, as a gesture of respect for Mr. Woodward, a retired druggist, and pioneer of Golden Valley County. Special music was provided by singers, Mrs. )onald H,athaway AIJLN E. WOOIYWRtD and Mrs. Clayton &apos;Bartz, accom- panied by Mrs. Dermis Bundy. Pallbearers were Leo Tobias, Raymond A. Noyes, Burns Aer- nethy, Cl'mrles Slocorrfo, W. O. Janet, and James Sandt. In..r- meat was in the Beach Cemetery beside his brother Harry, and sister, Mrs. Oarrie Gordor. Honorary 9a, llibearers irmluded Rube .Cark, Tom Gilman, Ray Hathaway, Harry H a 1 s t e a d, Glenn Cook and Joe Kukowaki. Ie succumbed sukteniy of a /mart attack at his hone in .Beach on Wednesday, Oct. 17, at 7:30 a,m. Mr. Woodward was born "in Villisca, Iowa, on July 30, 1882, ami received is education i Schtools there. He' was i business in ock Valley, Iowa, before coming to Beach, N. D., in 1900. Atthat time he and his .brother Harry opened a cigar factory .heR, e, irt .parJership, on ease "et. :11 was a cigar maker bY" trade, aad theme, fac tory as IRl'ow  west North Dakota and eastern Mon- tana. \\; In 1925 the gactory was moved to 54 Central Ave. S., where it was earged to include a soda fountain, phonographs and rec- ords. In 1936 they went into the retmil drug business, selling the drugstore in 1954 to retire. On June 21, 1916, Allen Woodward was married to Miss Corrine Nw.hols, at Beach, N. D., and she survives him, All his relatives preceded him in death. Mx. Woodward farmed quite extehs" ively in Golden Vlley County. He was well krown and hiShly respected in this com- munity, beirrg one of te few persons left in recent years who came to Beach at the time it was founded. He will be remenbered for his deep devotion to his wife an:brother t]larry ami other mebers of his immediate famo ]ly, for his loyalty to his friends, as well as his interest and con- earn for the improvement and progress of the community in vaich he sent the major portion of Dis life. There were many memorials given ir his memory, some to the Methodist church, and others to the Beach Cemetery Ivnprove- merit Fund. Mrs. Woodward's sider and husbartd, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Nichols of Santa aria, ! Calif., Eew to Beach to attend e last rites. The Johnson Funeral Chapel, Beach, was in charge of arrange-i me .... Large Crowd At Dem-NPL Workshop The Democratc-PL workhap was held in Beach, Friday eve- rdng, October 19, and vas well attended by Golden Valley County and Billings County rep- resentatives. Gary Annear from Don was the instrtor. The Golden Valley Couaty Demoeratic-NPL Women's Club went on record to sponsor a VOGEL FOR (X)WGSS CLUB. unch was served by the Der- crafic-L Vomcn's Club after he meeting. einm To Texas---  Mrs,  Sokolosld, re. tuft ad )Fort Sam Hotwton, TX,,I where he has been ststion- ect!r the past, 12 nmnhs after .  weeks here vit- g reltives and friends. MEDORA. BILLINGS COUrVrY, NORTH DAKOTA Osadchuk Hurt In Befield Accident ,Daniel Osadchuk, courtty aud- itor of Billings county, was hurt in an accidert at Be]field last !Saturday. Mr. Osadchuk had been waxing the floors of his ff}ce when he fell and hurt his shoulder. Mr. Hurt and Mr. Davis rushed him to the Dickirson hos- pital where he is ,till a patient. He had his shoulder operated on Morday and will be compell- ed to wear a cast fo4" at least six weeks and maybe be hospitalized for several weeks. It is not known the extent of his injuries but his muscles and iigamerts have been hurt severe- ly. Mr. Osadchuk asks us to in- form the voters of Billings coun- ty that he will be unable to do any carrpaignig for the coming General Election and will not be in his office for a week or ten days at least Melvin To Educators Meet In Jamestown WiLliam Melvin, Beach, is one of four area men who have been invited to attend the first meet- ing a.t Jamestown this Wednes- day of 100 North Dakota citizens who are concerned with the ur- gent needs of higher education and its ianportance to the state. The group known as the "Com- mittee of 100" will meet ,at noon for a luncheon at the Elk Club with Robert Eddy of Jamestown presiding as temporary chair- n'n. Primary purpose of organizing the comm, ittee is to inform people throughout the state of the value of education to the state's economy, epanding tech- nological needs, growing college enrollments, competition f o r teachers and researchers and in- creasirg costs of services arc! facil, ities. Members of the "Com, mittee of 10ft' have volunteered to lena their time, advice and counsel in charting the future of the nine sta, te supported col, !egos and universities in North Dakota. Panel of lay representatives will discuss ideas of how to ac- compli increased support for North Dakota institutions of higher education, followed by a i planning session, and disction by college presklens or their representative. Kay's Budget Shep Open For Busihess ,Kay's Budget Shop, located on the first floor of the Haigh Apt. Bldg. in downown Beach, across the street from the Golden Val- ley ,News office, opened its doors for :business this Mond, ay, Oct. 22. The owner, Mrs. Kay Haigh,  has .been busy for days, rerrmdel-! irg ind decorating the interior of the shop to serve her custo- mers as convenienly as ,possible. Mrs. Haigh states that used, late-style clothing for all and eyery member of the family will .be available there. No foot-! wear will be stocked at the pres-i ent time. Hours are from 9 a.m. to :30, daily, closed during the noon hour, and open each Mon- day evening from 7 to 9. Now's Time For Free Seed Test Seed from the bountiful 1962 crop will qualify as seed for 1963 with proper cleaning and pro -i cessing, points out Irvin Haen of the State Seed Department. But, because of frost damage in some areas, as well as hving seed of mixed varieties there will be some poor or question- able seed. The best way for any farmer to know for certain is to have his seed teted, The State Seed Department, 'argo, v,fll test three samples free for each farm- er in the state up to Dec. 15. Ater thane date, farmers will be billed for the testing. Seed testing now .pay off in higher profits for the rmer and cma .'be ,much more costly in the spring when it is too la,te. Farm- ors desirin seed tesng must meet certain requirements when sending in seeds. They may get irfformation on this from county etension agerts or seed dealers. Turkey Supper, Bazaar Sat., Oct. 27 ,lVfebers of he Medora Luth- eran church will hold their an- nttal turkey stpper and bazaar there this coming Saturday eve- ning, Oct.: 27 `serving will :get underway at 6 p.m., amt :will continue until 8. The public" is invited. DriVe so you'11 arrive ALIVE! THURSDAY, OCTOBER I 25, 1962 Polio Clinic At: Medora Oct. 30 A Sabirt Oral Polio immuniza. tion clinic will be held at the Medora Town Hall on October 30 from 1 to 4 pan. Only Tpe I will be given at this clinic. A contribution of 25 cents per dose is requested to cover costs. A complete series of Sabin Vaccine is recommertded for i everyone, including infaaats from three months of age, irrespective of any previous polio shots. The advantages of oral vaccine is the ease with which the vac- cine can be given. It aso pro- vides what doctors call "Intesti- nal Imunity". Thus, the individ- ual is not only immunized by being provided with antibodies in his blood stream but is: also immune from being a carrier of the disease. Three doses of the vaccine are required, spaced a minimum of Six weeks apart. Additional in- formation about the vaccine can be obtained from your doctor. Please clip the pre-regisira- tion '/arm found elsewhere in the paper and bing it to the clinic wih you. Bucs Close Se00n At Belfield Friday The Beach Bucs will close their football season this coming Fri: ay when they travel to Belield for an afternoon game with: the 3elfield Bantams at 2:30 p.n. ,Last Friday the Bues wen; to ",ettinger where the Black Devils handed the local boys a IM to 0 pourming, The first quarter was pliyed to a standstill but during the :eeond period the Hettinger boys )poRed up and scored two tuch- .owns and added one more in inch of the remaining qtart@s. It seemed the Buts just couldn't et rolling all evening, as fumbles, pass interceptiorts; or leaky line play halted tlielr trongest efforts. In the third quarter th Bucs penetrated to the 2-yard line where they were oreed to give up the 'ball on downs. Hettinger got rolling again in NUMBER 22 Don Short Dinner Saturday Night Elaborate ,plans are being made by the local Republican women for the big Don Short dinner to be held this coming Saturday night at the Beach Le- gion Hall. Serving will start at 6:30 p.m. The advance sale of tickets in- sures a large crowd and tickets will also be ofered for sale at the door that evening. Mrs. Ethel Cooley of Minot, past National Committeewoman and Mrs. Harold Schafer of Bis- marck, present National Com- mitteewoman, ptan to be in. at- tendance as well as Senator Milt Young and other Republican candidates. i ,Local folks are encouraged to turn out and honor ou local representative, Don Short, who 50-Person Comm. I Dare Death On Aid Gov.'s Reelection A Fargo b00ine=an and a Beach RR Tracks Cass County farmer today an- Carelessness, boldness or Just nounced formation of a i2ty- person convmittee of eoCnunity i loaders from Cuss Coun%y pledg- ed to work for the re-election of Goverrmr William L. Guy. The Joint chairmen of the committee are Fred Fiechtner of Fargo and Leo B. Murphy of Far- go and Mapleton. Miss M)argaret Sorum of Amenia and Mrs. Ger- aldine Clap of Fargo will serve as secretaries. The committee also announced that members would assist in sponsorship of a hometown testi- monial supper for Gov. Guy aml his wife, Jean at Amenia, on Wednesday, Oct. 24, at 6!30 p.m. You may participate in this program by contacting a com- mittee member or writing P.O. Box 983, Fargo. plain supidity (call it what you like), at railroad crossings is again becoming more and more aparent. Too many times have we seen pedestrians and motorists, young and old alike, cheat dearth at one or the other of our railroad crossings in Beach. School children on their way to or from school, sce on or near the tracks. Some days they play the game, "I dare you" or "chicken", crowd ri.ght up close to the passing box cars, reach out to see how many cars they can touch! Some children stand in the middle of the tracks until ap- proaching trains come too dan- gerously close. Swinging doors, loose blocking or bracing can will be present td address the gathering. Beach's Bud "Mitch"lDr. Kidney New Miller will be here to take r-, . . -n charge of the musical program, 113oclor in, t00eacn and other entertainment will l 'Shown above is Dr J J. Kid- also be provided. a l nay, who came to Beach, N. D., a Now is no time to make few weeks ago to practice medi- change. Let's send a man back to Washington who knows what's cine. He has offices at the John- going on, and Don Short is the stone Memorial ,Hospital, and easily snag loose clothing and pull a .child, or adult right under a mass of turning wheels. Please remember, even a slow moving train cannot turn out or stop short for anyone. Parents, please impress ttport your children the danger ivolv- ed, and take heed youmelves. man. ALCW Conference Dickinson Workshop The American Lutheran Church Women of the Dickinson Confer- enee will hold two area work- shops soon. These workshops will' be under the direction of the A:L.C.W. Conference officers who are: President, Mrs. Willard Sol- berg, Bownan; Vice President, Mrs. Gilman Knutson, Dunn Center; Secretary, Mrs. Kenneth Hedman, Scranton; Treasurer, Mrs. Lee Htchinson, Taylor; Ed- ucation Secretary, Miss E l I a Kamrath, Molt; Stewardship Sac- Stop or and back dear of pass- ing trains. A journal box cover can easily pass through car win- dows. What such a piece of fly- ing steel can do is still evMent at the local depot office. We should not have to eperi- once a hearForeaking tragedy to remind us to be more careful, Train crews report they notice a marked' difference of respect motorists give the "StOl>4.ok and Listen" signs for several months attar a crossing accident. With the advent of winter, slippery approaes, frosted or foged windows, heater and de. froster fans drowning ott the ring f the crossing bIs and whistle of approaching trains, we will hae to be even more rotary, Miss Mildred Monke, Dickinson. Both meetings will begin at 9:30 after a coffee hour. Miss Ella Kamrath wilt lead an hour Bble Study. A flannelgraph '"rake Root and Grow In Him" will be presented by Miss Mildred /Ionke with participation of executive ofi- cers. even at .ey date we have heard that  like him very much. To!  it even better, Dr. C. A. :al well . hi:s bility! Beae2d.t. alia resiaents of Golde V County extend a hearty w2ne to our new alert. If the total disregard for safety at railroad eroir continues you well know what the result will be. Let's not have to ask, 'ho is it--What hapened how many were in the car?" 'Doc". He Im frovn Goodrich, Piny it safe--and live!! !--Con- N. D., where  wife is teaching trbuted by E.. A. Kattzanan, the fourth quarter, scori4 te In the afternoon there will be more, a divisional meeting for the diL tFor he .Bu.s Terry Cosseti ferent departments. and Dick Bares pl, ayed outstand- The South workshop wi1 be ing ,ball. On seweral occasions the Bucs threatened but the Black Devils tightened their defensrtd were determined to keep te 'Bucs scorelss. Long runs coun%ed for most of the Hettinger touchdowns as the Btws held them to. nine first downs while they ran u a total of elevem A goad sized delegation of fooffval has are ected to ac- corpany the team to, :efield this coming 'Friday atrnoon, arid from all reports the ]tarns are tough. In their la tmrder- erce game they held St. Mary's of New England unil the last minute and a hale af play when the Saints ran across their win- ning TD. NDBA To Bring 00chool Savings Savirs Bonds sales in North Dakota for the month of Septem- ber amounted to $1,098,514 to raise the sales total for 1962 to $11,835,461, accordirg to state savings bonds chairman Adrian O. McLellan o Fargo. ,MLellan added, 'chool sav- ings, a thrift program for young- steP sponsored by the Treasury Department and encouraged by the .bankers of the state, is off to an excellent start. It is a pro- gram now offered by more than 100 of our North Dkota schools held Tuesday, Oct. 30, at Our Savior'.s Lutheran Church, Reed- er, Richard Beckman, Pastor. The Societies attending are: '00ate For An00ews A 52-car caravan wil! move out of Mapleton early Friday Btmyrus, North Grand, Richland ad Wof Butte of Bucyrus; Het-[ morning, Oct, 26, to cover every le county in North Dakota in a tinger, Immanuel, Lodgpo of ..... Hettinger; Norman, Our Redeem-! wmrwwmd canaign effort for er's, Rainy Butte of New Eng- Mark Andrews, Republican can- mlol this:TearJ She and their]Agent, N. P. ,:eacb, N. D. here a scruff at:they possibly can. l'c  .-  . n "  ; Cara00n Moves Over Seniors P00se00t "Take It Easy" The seniors of Sentinel Butte Iig School will preent their class play '"Puke It Easy" on Fri- day, Oct. 26, at the Community Iall in Sentinel Butte. 'rake It Easy" is a 3-act farce comedy land; Cedar, Mamre, Our Savior's of- Reeder; Bethany and First bheran of Rhame; Gascoyne, Union Prairie, Peace and St. John Of Scranton and Bownar, Leba- non of Bcan. The North workshop will be Thursday, Nov. 1, at Normanna, Dunn Center, Pastor Wade E. Davick. Societies attending: First Lutheran and Trinity of Beach; Betfield, Daglum and Medora of Beleield Parish; English, Peace and Zion of :Regent; Taytor, i Rodgeway arm .St. John's o2 Tay- lor; Our Savior's and Marshall: of HaHiday; Warner Evangelical, Vang Evangelical and Normanna of Dunn Center; St. John% of Dickinson and Trinity of Molt. All Presidents, Educational, Stewardship and Recording Sac-i retaries are tinged to attend. i Pickups Collide, Drivers Uninjured Two pickups collided this Mon- day morning, north of Beach, near the Carl Ueckert farm, but neither driver was seriously in- jure& dddate for governor. The caravan,, oSficially lbeled as the "Andrews Campaign Bee", will carry coloul car-to signs identifying it. The plan was or- ganized by Kayanond Township Neighbors for Andrews, headed by Mrs. Donald Warner af Ma- pleton. Raymond tolislip is Anctrews' home townshii. Inventors Congress Oct. 26-28 Bismarck The 7th North Dakota Inven- tors Cortgress to be held in Bis- marck OctOber 26-28, wikl pro- vide special "Inventors Congress Student Tours" to any organized group of students attending the event. There will be no charge for the student tours, aocording to Paul Wachter, Jr., .Bismarck, General Chairman of the Inventors Con- gross. Participating groups must be accorrtpanied by a teacher or i some other adult supervisor. [ everal hundred of North Da-i kota's outstandirtg inventions will be on display for this three- written'by William D. Fisher. In the play, Mrs. Highgate, played by Judy Ridenhower, is determined not to let "that cat, Mrs, Wethedby" get ahead of her. Having learned that Mrs. Wetheby has had her Portrait painted, she employs the famous artist, Tom Laurence, played by Tom Decker, to paint her per- trait, not knowing that a week before she had Tom thrown from the house for wearirg a red tie. Toau, being in love with Mrs. Hi,ghgate's daughter, N a n c y, played by Marian ogoboorn, chemes to win his way back into the good graces of "the madam". The .fact that Mrs. ffighgate is unable to remora- bar either names or faces results in a continuous ro ,trod of hilarity that will be long remembered. Other members of the cast and actors are: Lon Toronto CDon Lovell) a house painter; John Florenz (Roger Brown) an un- known quantity; Florence (Joy Diets) the maid; Philip (Tonic Dietz) a bewildered butler; Mary (Carol Lardy) a cook with a temper; Arthur (Charles Low- day program in Bismarck's' man) a mischievious yard boy; and nearly 40,000 children attend Merlin MeDanold and Austin World War Memorial Building. I Beagle Jones (Daniel Miller) the these schools. .... I Slocomb were both -severely i, These represent the inventive i "human bloodhound". . rn.e North Iakota 'Bankers shaken up and ,bruised when Ig enms of a cro section of North I The seniors refuse to assume Assocmion is attempting to their -ick-= cTashed, as Slo- Dakota citizens, l any responsibility in case of bring attention to the need for l comb enter<i the intersection l The Inventors Congress pointS  cracked ribs a school thrift program to the I iust as MeDanold's water wMl out that the tours are open for ....... states eaucators 'by oerxng a drilling truck was uassin hv all grades and the inventions IT  lXTI^,-,- ,,I,,, a In  %J. x.D. 'l lllg;iaL k..:gl: $25 S v g Bond to each of four The McDanald vehivle rolled will be on display from 12 noon lucky teachers whce names are I over severed times. Neitherman to 6:00 pma. on Oetolr 26.28 Up In S. America drawn from registrants at the required hospitalization, and from 9:00 to 11:00 p.m. on School Savings booth Rt the NDEA convention in Fargo. End Monflm Trip-- Mrs. Julia Wischow and riend, Louise Gardner of Bismarck, re- turned to Bismarck SInday, Oct. 14. The two visited Mrs.. Gard- ner's sisters and relatives at Eau Claire, Wis,, and went on PRt.ough,. Pa., to Mrs. Wis. chc"zl son's home, the Russell Wows. They had .the oppor- tun|ty to View the Icecapades at Pitturgh, which was marvl- ous, 'Mrs. Wischow came to Beach on Tuesday of last week, both had a very enjoyable trLp. 1963 Applications To Hit Mail Nov. 7 Motor Vehicle Registrar Wel- don Haugen last week announc- ed that his department will begin mailing pplcations or 1963 re@istrations on Nov. 7. He said the department would ,begin accepting the applications immediately thereafter. The 196.3 ediion is a n)n- metal tab wnch is to be applied to the 1962 license plate between the word "Dakota" and the ntnerals "62". October 27. NOTICE Medora Lutheran Church Ba- zaar and Turkey Supper, Satur- day, October '27 in the church basement. Serving begins at 6:00 ).m. From Gre Falls=- Mr. and Mrs. Don Kukowski and family of Great Falls, Mont., are vcationing here with their parents, relatives and friends. Enroute they visited the Dean Honnolds of Billings, Mont. and the Bob Van Horrt family of Miles City, MoRe. The North Dakota State Wheat Commission points out that wheat promotion efforts in South America are paying off in in- creased sales of U. S. wheat. They cite several recent pur- chases that are bringing sales in these areas above the noernal pattern. The commission points out that this turn of events has ,been brought about largely through the eforts of the farmer-support- ed regional organization, Great Plains Wheat, Inc. Wadi ,Halfa, Sudan, had no rain for 19 years.