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Beach, North Dakota
October 27, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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October 27, 1960

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loneer t leid ih.t. 'I I t'T'I'I'Iis 'i (t tj "t] JJ' 'sJ) " ' ' '" "" several weeks, and at bl-~e Bls ! .~J ~h~ jJ returnect to nor ~nome at Ray. nora. Idle altar. marek 'Hospital for scveral1 S 1 K The Lutheran Churc.b will Medora was welt represented "Miss Helen Lardy was maid of n;ont~. ~ 0~1 ~ ores have their annual fancy work sale at ~he Smorgasbord at ~he Luth. Medora, N. Dak. honor ~or ~er sister, and Da, id r-h0'aleral services were held for and church supper in the base" Church in Belfield on Wed. eve. Oct. 25, 1960 Davis, brother of the bridegroom, h.m at the Veelandcr Quist-West lloward IIardy of Beach, one ment of the Lutheran ChurCh at Louis Pelissier was a dinner To Whom It May Concern: served as best man. The bride C&a~mi eaaere on Friday, Otto- of a group of 6 Americans now aVIedora, Nov. 5th. guest at the Bud Andersons on Witch the coming of the upland was given m marriage by her oe: 21. a~ 2 p.m with Rex'. 5I. in ~he Far East on a mission Mrs. Hattie Nunn from Milcs Sunday. game ,hunting season and deer father, and was attired in a vehite [3. Toi!ofsrud, Chaplain of me for the U. S. Ag. Dept left Port- City who has been visiting at Mrs. Betty Cernel,1 accompanied hunting season just around the satin gown, styled with a lace VA Hospital, officiating. S~x nepn- land. Oregon via jet plane en the 'Gerald Ntmn ranch south Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Scott tO,corner, it behoves all of us to yoke, and long, fitted sleeves. ews of tlhe family wcrc !pail- ~cr. 15 and landed in Tokyo, of Medora. called on friends in Dickinson and w,hile t~he ~otts eonsider the farmer and ran.eher IIer fingertip length veil was ar- rearers--John Galla pher, Mmne- Japan. t.wo days later, losL,~g 1 Medora on Wed. and Thurs. shopped she visited her mother and his properly rights. This is ranged from a beaded lace head- apoiis. Mizm Jamt> Gal[ag'he:, day when ~hey crossed t~he In- Lillian Van Doren attended Mrs. Isaac itanson and has been an e:~ceptionally dress. ~he carried a bouquet of William Gallagher. William Bos- lernationaI Date Line. He is in the Postmasters Conf. in Bis- On Friday, Mr. and Mrs. Los- dry fail causing l,hc hayhtnd and red roses, and wore earrings, a ,i <2~as. Uetz farm. Mr. Gardner enlisted in l:he tl .!~ v. s. May -I, and JOe WellIFeIS received ~his ,honorable discharge '/ as a Musician 1st class from the IYS~ Seattle, and from the Nay-i Funeral Oct. 26 :;on w,hic'~ was attended by ~lVlrs. he!d its ,Oct. meeting in the Pres. great damage that eouJd come ,John itancock, former pres. Mrs, ohm'oh ,parlors Tues. p.m. Mrs. from a Jbit of carelessne:<< I'alph Balnhart gave the lesson Pau4 Loffelmaoher, new pres. had Sincerely Yours, on clothing. The ihostess assist-Charge c~f the meeting. Mrs. Ohes- W,n. (Bill) Eid~horst ed by t{elen Ir~gman served de- ter ,Molto gave a most interesting 1;cious dessert and coffee, report on ,her trip to t,he Nat'li [~oy~N Movie News ,Miss Laura Jean Kist, student cony. 'held in ,Portland, Maine. i al Service, in Feb 1919. tie re-I tur~aed to Sentinel Butte and i Funeral services for Joe Wein- worked as a tinsmith for the', reis of Beach were solemnized at DSTC visited iher aur~t, Mrs. She made the tr~p by car wit hl .qOL()MON and SHEBA is a C. J. El~ghmd Itardware Co and this Wednesday, Oct. 26 at 2 E. C. Bred/burg on Friday. 2 other :ladies and 2 young men. [story of many oromises: iaber in the same capacity for p.m. at l~he ~,asonic Temple it, Mrs. Earl Kelly and four chil- Sbe also visited her brother. Iv-!Brother a~ainst bs'other; The figh~ o,:Beach, wit,h Rev. C. Lee Birdsatlldren of Valley City spent the er Lund in Boston. 8 mcmbers !, of u, nification of a people thru J. C. Westergaard at Ov.rstads Hard~,are Co. in Sentinel Butte. officiating, iweekend at the ;home of Mr.:. were present and t~he guests were[belief in the ONE 'GOD, as op- ~r, ~"-in,-eis succumbed at his~Kel]y's parents Mr and Mr< Mrs. Ray ~owen Mrs Fred Do~ed by Ipagonbm: A Kin~ torn On March 26, 1921, ~he married: home' ~n=Beach last Sunday af-iEmil Strand. 'I'he cl~ildren real- Ehrle, !Mrs. tterbe'rt and ~red~[)etween loyalty to his people Mis~ Louise Roesler at, ~,Jc~',ljry~'~qIb~, ill,-~ a~ o~)m~J&+o- Y en.loy the activities associated Alter~bu, mz and Mayv lilt land ,his GOD: WibanUX'' o . ~',1. " ~, ". .' Mont and they had role aaug - ~.~+ vml ~, m a }at,wiw*th ranch life Mrs. Ohris Lurid served tasty It shows t:he B~bhca[ scene m Ga served!''-''~''~'~ "" "* " : "~ man. Minn and Mrs. Davis of I)ickin~on. Evelyn Home On Range Gets Rodeo Funds F,mds from the spring re, dee at l{ome on the Range for Boys V :'S p/',sell[ed h) bhe Ho.'ne ]as~ b,'ectnesd ay evelt thug, W ht:ll l'he Knights (~f Columfbus gave $5,500 to t:he Fratema! Order el I,]agles, at Dicki~tson. Both are SL[oort- ers of. ~he Home. The proceeds from ticket sales