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Beach, North Dakota
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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 1964 THE BILL1NGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA. N. DAIx. ?AGE THREII Sentinel Butte Gym November 6 - 8:00 P.M. SENTINEL BUTTE SR. CLASS PLAY "LI3 ME OUT OF HERE" Written by J. Vincent Barrett * * $ $ The Heuer Publishing Co. .... - ................. , freshmems were ,then served, Trotters News after which Wall,a,ce and Glenna were presented with ,a git of money, by !Norman Nellermoe on ....... - ......... --: behl of the grou,p. Wallace ex- Church services on Sunday pressed sincere thanks along Mrs. Jack Madison and amily. Were well attended, we are happy with a few anecdotes Jn regard On Sund, ay, Oct. 25, Mr. and to report. Prelude was :played by to the various and many places Mrs. Kyle S&apos;perry and Buddy took Ti t SmR'h while Margie Gorrel which they h,e called home in a prepared dinner to :Bent'h, Played the o4'fertory. Rev. Bird- their years together. We all wish where they, Mrs. C'lareree Sznith, ,Sol,1 preached a very inspiring them many years of ha.ppiness in Eugene and Tara, Mr. and Mrs. ermon. i their new home. I George Kronschnabel and chi'l- Itousewarming [ Bomb Stevens returned hoane last dren of .Dickinson and Bethine A large group of rel, ati, ves and week after attending uneral Sperry of Beach, all enjoyed the f2ends of the Wall'ace Hall faro- services for his uncle, Volney delicious dinner at Bethine's ily gare them a surprise house- Stevens, who i,s h,is last uncle on apartment. In the asternoon, the Wrming on Sunday evenirg, the Stevens side. He called on entire group attended a birth- Alfter inspecting the lovely home Mr. and Mrs. Bill Voyen and re- day party for Anna Marie 'Uetz the H, alls, we all settled d,ovn port.s f.ind:ng them in fa, irly good at the Chuck Uetz hme near to a even:i,ng of social chat. Re- health. Sentinel Btttte. "-- The Caren,ce ith family ii I I were :Sunday supper guests of the Wallace Halls.    The ,pupils of the Trotters School enjoyed a H,lloween party on Friday afternoon. Be- sides the school children, .the f, Thorp zm,ily were guests. Folks rom this community who attended the annual ttA meeting at Waford City on Fri- I " H0/ day were Mr. and Kyle Sperry, Mr. and Mrs. BOb Stevens an ,Mr. and VIrs. Lloyd Metcal. Mr. and Mrs. No rma Neller- [Ii i' i!epr::iltc:::i moe are proud grandparents om:e ::]flSvhegC:0g;  more as their da,t,gh,er Burneal Abin and husband ha've a new ] draperle in the d,augher. Th:is i.s their fi,th child 0wnh0me but only the second daug.hter. Corgratulations folks. f . Joyce Crook spent at, urday surroundings and wRh Morn nd Dad Crook. lighting conditions. Mr. and Mrs. Pete vertuk Mr. and Mrs. A1 'Franzen and family were visitors at the Dell Thorp h)me on Sunday, a week ago. Visitors there on Tuesday were Mr. Van Dyke and Mr. and I an,ci son and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Continuing on to .Laurel, hey in the aternoon and stayed for vcas glad to return to the less Metcal and son were Sunday spent several hours with the a buet su,pl0er served ,by the' popul'ated part of our court, try. visitors at the loyd .Metcal.f Nels Ness .amily on Surtday a.,m.,  family. Those that attended were home. Mr. Ue,ckert's .cousins, nd ook Mr. and Mrs. Reinhardt F.ischer, I Elk Hunlers--. the southern route through the Mary and Earl Fischer, Mr. and  !Keith Farseet and lis brother Enjoy 4-Day Custer :tat'tlefield, near ardin,' Mrs. Tom Ganroth, Alice Fisoher, I Rex of Baker, Mont., and 3axnes Holiday Tour i Mont., re turnirg hrough Custer Mrs. Gib Sch,rn, id besides 'the' 'Harchenko went elk hunin,g with National Park south of ]lalak. I immediate family o Mr. and Mrs.  Joe ,Harohenko nea,r Philpgburg, t In all, the Ueckerts covered a t Ed Fisher. Tecla .and Ed were '.Mont. They were very thrilled Among the many olks who with the two tbulls they shot. t<ok advantage of the our-day They left on Oct. 16 and were holida,y d,urig the recent teach- ers Ins,titute were the Carl Ueck- ert famiI$, ,who left on Wednes- day aster school or 'Bozeman, Mont., .to isR Mrs. Ueckert's sister and mily, Ir. and Mrs. ILyma n Secora. Enroute they stopped a.t Miles City, whereheyspdntthenigh G 1 N with the Paul ,Bunke mily and O va ews had a nice visit. Leavirg the **.,%.-.... nex mornirtg, they visited in Billings wiCh Carl's cousins, the Don Ekerts, and had coflfee ith the Wayne Stedmans t'here. Dri,vir, g ,through *Hyvham, Mont., they spent a-pl'easanI 'hour with te iLes Wil4iavns [hmily, and eonnued on to !Bozevn,an where Vhey spent 'from Thursday eve till Saturday morning. While there, 'Warren visited at he State College with Y[ary Sue 'Reiter. On SaCurchy hey .toured Yel- lows'tone :National :Park, ,Wyo., which 'vas ,still open to tourists, aFoho some of the passes were >l'ocked with snow, ,however, he col<)rs and beattty of al'l were very impressive, ,as was Old 'Fa, ithul Geyser, the )ears and Other animals. early Monday a.m. and plans to spend the week hel,pirg Mr. and Ms. Don Fries getting esa(blish- I wish to thank all If you will visit our store, the voters of the we will be happy to lend you 39th District f o r a M00R-0-MATIC COLOR BOOK. the heart - warming The colors are glamorous and the support given me quality of BENJAMIN MOORE'S in the recent elec- paint has no equal, tion. Benjamin ,/ LAWRENCE 00oorepai.ts- BOWMAN GOLDEN VALLEY LUMBER CO. Lawrence Bogyman) Beach N Dak ................................. 1 MY THANKS, VOTERS! I distance of 1,300 miles and ,were married at Randall, Minn., on a ibit $ired ater returning home, ! OcL 28, 1919. At that time ttponl but ha,ppy for t'he :ch arce to their retm'n trp to Golva the' break aay from 'he arm rou-snow was so dee they were t4ne whi,ch was ably ared for forced to abandon 'hheir car at by the loyd raden family Driscol, N.D, and tle t.errera- ,whil'e they were away. ture was a fl-ilgid 40 degrees be- low zero. Paul We,hrm,ann returned from a 12-d'ay vacation spent in visit- ing his relatives and children. Paul vigited his dthters, Thresa and 1W_ary and their families in Early Monday morning a fog moved in ,by vcay of a ehn,ge and laid heavil'y for some time after suntp to oloud the skies and makirg it necessary to travel wit'h coy lights to see and warn other early ;passengers. The old adage was marked oCf a*ain by sayinlg "90 days aSter a fog fol- lows rain or soxne form of mois- ture." So e htter part of Jan- uary or Ground Hogs Day could be the date for more snow in our area. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fisher were bests to Mr. and Mrs. Bill Fischer of Veva, N.D., for three days of 1.ast week. Bill FisCher is a cousin to Ed. Darl Sc'hxnitz drove to Vlott ed in their new hone. The ries had a lvouse moved on their farm land .and are hoping to ta'ke up residence by the latter part of next month. Local firemen of Golca took advantage of the dry and warm! weather Sunday and burned all! the tall dry grass threatening to so m, any pl.aces in Golva. A good crowd turned out to terd the, fires t'ho' the fire truck * hndr to atch ,any flazes tha! proved out of control, i t' ack Fisch'er, fresh,an studertt at DS celebrated his 18th birth- d,ay Sa,turday a the home of his I pa,ren,ts, Mr. and .Mrs. Rein,ardt iFischer. Other guests to slvare in the cake and ice cream were Mr. nd Mrs. ,Leonard Strietz and Sheryl. Mr. and Mrs. .d Fesvher cele- brated their 45th wedd'ing anni- versary Sunday, Nov. 1 at their home in Gova. Relatives called i 'rOYLAND OPEN-il LAY-AWAY NOW HOLD AHY TOYI AND WE WILL LAY-AWAY FOR fOU ONE FREE 4 99 SAVE $3.oo TOY SPECIALS guests at the Joe Harchenko hme, returning vith their cherished prize on the 22nd. STROLL-A-BUGGY Little Mothers will love this modern doll buggy. Dolly will i love to ride! (TWO300-5) ELECTRIC SPORTS CAR RACE This elactrlc game brings thrills for hours to all o'gesl Safe fun, just like real auto raclngl (TC0701-2) Beach Visi*ots-- Mrs. Ann Ernest left for Bd.ll- ings, Mont., Monday night, Oct. 26 and boarded the flight to San 'Diego, Calif., ater spending a cew days isitirrg former Beach riends and a ntmlber of rela, ti,es Port,and and Me&ford, Ore., and here. Hilda Miller of Jamestown. his son Gene in Bi'tl.ha, gs, Mnt., N. D., also v, isRed at the Ted besides oer tel,arises enroute. Ioeck home, and returned home He says he enjoyed his visits but Oct. 28. e0000:tj00se. 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Sunday dinner--serving starts at 12 noon. Dining room open week days 5:30 to 1 a.m. CLOSED EVERY MONDAY i i j I coA$T TO COAST,,STORES 'J ack's Club ' Wzbaux, Mont. Phone 795-8914