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Beach, North Dakota
November 5, 1964     The Billings County Pioneer
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PAGE TWO L Golva News Crowded out last week Mrs. Tom Wosepka and Helen Haijsman spent several days vis- iting relatives in Billings, nanely her dau, ghte and amLly, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hess and Mildred Wosepka and Kay Rene. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nistler d'ove to Dickinson Sunday to daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bert Fasching, Mr. and hrs. Ed Nisler. Wosepka of Wbaux also arrived. , Mrs. Frank Kxeitirger spent Mr. and Mrs. Wosepka showed several days in the Golden Valley sl, ides of the fmly history he's ttosptal for otoservation after a mking and many of these he gall bladder attack. Tho' feeling accumulated on an extended much better, she" returned home trip they made ast summer in and we all hope she']l fully re- the eastern ,part of the court,try. cover real soon. NLr. and M, rs. Larry Schulte NLr. and Mrs. Harold Woseplca and amily are the new residents and family of .Billings x, isRed on the George Geary farm. The their grand.parents, Mr. and Mrs. Geary farm was recently vacated Tom Wosepla on Wednesday nite by the Fred Kremer family while enroute to Ner Ergland when they moved to heir new attend the fFirt Communion Services of their twin grand- daughters at St. Wenceslaus' church. Janet and Janell are the to visit her parents. To fulfill a family circle, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Wosepka, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nistler and amily, Mr. and Mrs. lon.aboul The young shift shape becomes a fitted silhouette with the addition of its handsome thong belt. Tailored in an easy-care cotton print of green, blue or brown. 8to 18. $]0.90 CLARA'S NEW SKATING SCHEDULE At Dickinson HOURS OPENED FRIDAY -- 7 to 9 P.M. 2nd SECTION -- 9 to 11 P.M. SATURDAY -- 1:30 to 4:30 P.M. 7 to 9 P.M.- 9 to 11 P.M. SUNDAY SCHEDULE 2 to 4:30 P.M. and 7 to 10 P.M. MONDAY -- Reserved for Party Nites TUESDAY -- 7 to 9:30 Opened Skating WEDNESDAY -- 7 to 10, Adults Only THURSDAY -- Reserved for Party Nites For party of any kind see or write J. W. Kostelecky P.O. Box 31, Dickinson -- 50c per section SKATELAND rile BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. i Union Congregational Church [ ! Medora, N. Dak. Sunday Services: Morning Worship 8:30 a.m. ! tJhurch School 9:45 a.m. SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST 3rd Tuesday: NOTICE FOR BIDS Women's Fellowship 7:30 p.m. home on the Drewniak farm in the lpha vicin, ity. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie ,Sctmi, tz entertained Mr. ,arm Mrs. Tonie Barthel of Wibaux and N[r. and Mrs. Lorenz Barthol of Osyoos, B. C., Canada, at a dinner Tues- day of last week. The Barthels spen, t the rest of the ateroon visiting other relatives in the area, namely Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jesok, Mr. and Oal'phine Barthel and Mr. arid Mrs. Ralph ' Finneman. The Lorenz Ba, rVhels ex"tended their trip ater stopping Off at Ptdda, Sask., to celObrate the 60th anniversary of Mr. Bar- thel's sister. Used Hearing Aids Wanted By School The School for the :Deaf .at Devils Lake would ppreci'ate the donation of useable heaving aids. These hearin,g aids would be used at he school for two purposes: 1. To determine if certmin stu- dents can profit from their use. 2. To be used by udents whose oarents cannot afford an aid. Taken from '"The anner" m,ag- amine from the above school, Oct. 1964 issue. Minnesotans Visit-- Mr. and Mrs. udy Ramstad were pleased to have ,as their guests on a weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Raznstad of Kenyon, Minn. They arrived Saturday, Oct. 24 and left for their home Tuesday Rernoon. udy and Edgar ,are cousins. They are the ,parents of Jerome Ravnstad, former teacher in ,Beach ele- mentary school. This year Jerome is at Rochester, 'Minn., where he teaches remedial reading in the {Kellogg Jr. High. Billings County Pioneer A Continuation o "TIIE BADLANTI COWBOY" Established in I RUBY TISOR, ManaInff Edior WALTER R. BRATTON ' Editor - l:bllaher Stbription: $1.50 per year in advance nter.ed in the Post Office at Medora, Billings County, North Dakota. Feb- ruary 15. 1934, as second class matter. under the Act of March 3, 1879. Official Nwspaper of the County of Billings. State of North Dakota. and printed at Beach. North Dr.o CHRISTMAS Isn't Here Yet... But why wait until you're in a Holidaze? Let us take your pictures soon for gift giving. Order Christmas Por- trait cards before Nov. 10 and earn a 10% discount. CAMEO STUDIO VISIT OUR GIFT SHOP SCHNELL'S IN DICKINSON 27th ANNIVERSARY SALE -- THURSDAY, NOV. 12 ANNUALCALF SHOW & SALE -- FRIDAY, NOV. 13 $700 CASH PRIZES PLUS TROPHIES Steer Calves SHOW 9:00 A.M. Heifer Calves All Breeds SALE 12:00 NOON All Breeds Pen Lot -- 10 Head or More Pen Lots -- 10 Head or More Car Lot -- 20 Head or More All Consignments Welcome -- Calves may be consigned for sale only This is the outstanding "Quality Sale" of the year -- Take advantage of the reputation of this Anniversary Sale and consign your calves FRANK PETRYSZAK -- HEREFORD PRODUCTION SALE WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 4 -- 12:00 NOON 29 Yearling Heifers -- 45 Yearling Bulls -- 14-Year-Old Herd Bull Blood Lines  Modest Anxiety, Battle Pioneer, Pioneer HEREFORD PRODUCTION SALE  60 BULLS -- WED., NOV. 18 Richard 7!nopp - Hammervold &Moen - Sygulla Bros. - Morris Douglas STOCK COW & BRED HEIFER SALE -- FRIDAY, NOV. 27 800 head of the best Angus and Herefords in Western North Dakota SCH00:00ELL LIVESTOCK AUCTION MARKET DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA " :r Nationaily Certified Livestock Auction Market" HUR Sauzday Sabbath School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 11:00 a.m. Wednesday Prayer Service 7:30 p.m. BEACH IETODIST CvB ! Cecil W. Stanley, Pastor Thursday WS(SS Prayer Group 2:15 2:30 The Hour of Power 8:00 Sunday Sunday School 10:00 Morning Worship :1:1:00 Evenirg Gospel Hour 8:00 Monday, Nov. 9 Board Meeting 8:00 THE UIrrZD CHS OF CIRIST David P. Badgley, Minister Ist Conjafional Church Beach. N. Dak. Sunday Services Church School 9:45 a.m. Morning Worship II:00 a.ra. Wednesday United Church Youth 7:00 p.m. Senior Choir 8:00 p.m. 1st Thuray: Women's Fellowship 8:00 p.m. 3rd Thursday: Women's Fellowship 2:30 p.m. i 4th Sunday Couples Club 6:30 o.m. 1st Congreqetional Church Sentinel Butte, N. Dal Sunday Services. Morning Vorship 9:45 a.m. 1st Thursday: Women's Fellowship 2:30 p.m. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN Beach- Trotters Rev. C. Lee Birdsa!i, Pastor BEACH-- Thursday, Nov. S 2:00 p..m. Women's Society of World Service in church parlors 8:00 .p.m. Prayer & Bible Study Sunday, Nov. 8 10:00 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. Morning Worship Potluck dinner, followed by local Church Conference 8:00 p.m. Evenirg Vespers 8:45 p.m. Choir Rehearsal Wednesday: 8:00 p.m. Yout,h Fellowship ST. MAT'rHEW' EPISCOPAL CHURCH Rev. T. F. Jones, Rector No service Sunday, Nov. 8 Staring Sund, ay, Nov. 15, Sun d, ay Services at 4:5 pm. 'ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod N. Aman, Pastor Sunday Mission Festival Service i0 a.m. Sunday School 11:00 a.m. iLL Rally, Glen Ullin 6:30 p.m. Friday Jr. Confirmation 3:45 p.m. Saturday Sr. Confirmation 9:30 a.m. Advertising and special bar- gains help bring shoppers to Beach. Are you doing YOUR share io make Beach a shop- ping center? Cive if a ihougtt. THANK YOU! I wish to take this means of thanking everyone for their kind assistance ren- dered me in the re- cent election Your support is appreci- ated to the fullest. R. D. (Dick) Maixner (Pd PoL Ad,. by IL D. Maixner, New England, N.D.) i Notice is hereby given that the Bc,ard of County Commissioners of Golden Valley County, N.orth Dakota, wii1 receive sealed bids for Record Books, Leg,al Blanks, Tax Rtceipts and Office Supplies. AH bids are to be sea'ed od certified check cf One H"ndred Dol- lars ($100.00) must accompany each bid. All bids a-e to he a'drvd t  the County Auditor cf Golden VaIIy County, and are to be fild -nt ]'- t ;',an I(' :00 o'clock A.M. MJunt:ain Standard Time on Tuesd, ay, December 1st, 1964 at which time tbv wi]! be Publieally opened and considered b" he Board. All checks will be retu,'ned to tb unsuccessful bided:ors immediately after the opening of the bir; ,w.o certified check of the successful bid- der wiI1 be retained until a cont .... and bond in the amourA of One Tous, and Dollars ($1,000.00 bs ben j filed nd ao,ved bV t 'o Bc,d "v.e ,cont'rct is to be d ad from Aoril 1, 195 to April 1st 1966. The Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. I)ated-at Beach, North Dakota this 4a day of November 1064. W. J. KRIEDPIvrAn'N COLNTY AUDITOR (Nov. 5-12) THERSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 19f NOTICE TO CREDIT{ IN THE MATTER OF THE OF GEORGE FAKLER, Deceased. Notice is hereby given, by th$ undersigned administrator of the estate of said decedent to the creditr of, and al,1 persons having claig $ against said d,cedent, to exhibit the$ with the necessary vouchers within; th,ree months after the first tion of this notiee, to the Court of Golden Valley County, Dakota i.n the Court Iouse in City of Baeh in said Country State. You are further notified that Ina M. Still. Judge of the Court within and for said C1o.uny State h'as by oral.or fixed %he 4h of February 19{)5, at he hour of o'clock in the frertoon  said t the Court Rooms, in the House in the City o Bec.h in County and S4ate, as the time pace for h.earing and adjusting caims against the esta.te of decedent which have ben as hereinbefore provided, and sons interested in said estate required then and there to cause hy such claims should be allowed. Dated October 13, 1964. S/ 3"ohn A. Fak,ler I Administrator of the Estate of George FakleV, Deceased J First Publioatlon on the 2ud daY : October, 1964. (Oct. 22-29: Nov. 5) Drive so you'll arrive ALIV [ Mr. F. M. Thrifty says . . . YOU'LL BE CONTENT with an auto loan from Farmers and Merch'ants Bank. Lowest interest rates . . no hidden charges. You'll enjoy your car more, knowing you saved one or two monthly payments by financing with Farmers and Merchants Bank . . . and you can insure it with the local agent of your choice. 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