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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA. N. DAK. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 5, Marvin IrJgman has his new shop 1 erclosed now and much of the inside work is done. Mar- vin and son H&apos;arlin can be seen burn.irg the .midnight oil each Rite trying to beat old man vin- ter. Several of the ranchers from the south country were busy tru'cking cattle on Mon@ay. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pavl}sh of G/endive were Sund.ay aSternoon ca:l,lers at the Steve Kussy home. Mrs. Bill Eihorst and Mrs. Ellen Oserhou attended Eastern Star a:t Belield Mon@ay nLght. 1V. and Mrs. Ron Bernt and a,mily of Mind (nee Sharon Burlh,ardt) arrived Saturd, ay to visX a. the home of her parents, the Adol'ph Burkhardts. Mr. Bernt re, mined to Minor on Sunday but ,Saron and chi,ldren will remgin for a weeks visit with he ,home olks. Mrs. Nornan Ch'ase received a elephone call on Saturday in- .forvnin, g her that her father, Ohas. Van Buskk of Milford, Conn., was struck by a car on Friday niglt and is hosp:alized. Joy desnt know too much of the details of the accident as this is written but it is hoped th,a ,her faher is not seriously injured. Mr. and Mrs. Wbur Doudrta" who recently returned from an ! eten.ded vacation tvi,p were Sun- day callers at the ran, cA home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Tex Enrtist are on a vacation visitirg re]atives Pa EIGl-rr The Week Around Medora are really taking ape, the pain'tirg crew came from Man- and Tex' mOt,her is sgaying with dan and Bismarck last week and the etildren, are now busy painting ,the out- Mr. and Mrs. tars Vanvg and Mr. and Mrs..Bill Eichhorst were among those who attended Open House at the Betfield Lutheran ,parsna, ge as guests of Rev. and Mrs. Andrew Jonson. Word has been received that Conrad Zieger .is still hospitalized at the Veterans Hospital in Miles City here he recently had a leg ,am'puta',ted. t is thottght that 'Du4ch would very much enjoy hearing from sme of his old friends from Medova. /Mr. and Mrs. KeRh Moore and family o,f WJbaux were Sunday guests at he No,man Chase home. Many of Medora resideR, is were DickiRson shoppers on Sat- urctay. Aznon.g them were Clyde Zlzdor aM claugter Lynecte, Mrs. Joan White and datghers, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cornell and amily, Mr. and Irs. J. A. Thm- I side of these houses. Mr. and lrs. Earl Bird and son D,ck returned to Medora on bunday from Spokane, Wn., they are done with their racin,g circuit for this season. Gary is sportin.g a very race 1.ootcirtg new red car. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Oterhout and amily were Sunday dinner guests at the Jay Gorrell home near Tro Vters. ,1Vb. and Mrs. Steve Mtadzo re- turned to their ran, ch home the latter part of last week. Xhey lad spem a pleasant few days in St. Paul wsiting with their son Uh, arles ,and wife and their grand- cMldren. Dean Armtrorg, who has spent part of the summer at Deriver, Colo., returned to Medora last week and spent a cotple days at the Ted Kirlpatrck 'home. ,Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wenberg Beach were Sunday afternoon cllers at he Les Tisar h)me. as, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Just and fa,mly, the Les Tisos and Mrs. Sunday di.nner guests at the Ed, rm Tisor. i Ted KJrkpatrick hme were Mrs. The H/@flcay Cortaor Co. Cl,ara Kirlpa'trck and Arlys of were busy TueSday doing level- Sentinel Bte. intg vork at the wflage dm-n,p Jv Rousseau was home over grounds. I is hoped thc all cit- ,the weekend and the Bud Ander- izerts wilt eocperate in keep}rig son family enjoyed Sunday din- her with her at her home here. this spot as urtsghthy as possible. Mr. and Mrs. Thad Dolman Archie McAdoo spent some ' ', " 'h ch o n drove to Bell l%uvche, S. D., on l,;i; the :ae[ rray dr urarr - 'Friday where Tb, ad enjoyed some I ket and Bruce North,top 'has been t hunting. They returned to Me- out to the Northrop ranch doirg nora on Monday and on Tuesday the sabre, evening they entertained Mr. and }Mrs. Verne Kirg, now o Spear- fish, S. D., and the Tus family at dinner. Miss Lil Van Doren attended BI]0U THEATRE a District Postmaster's C)nven- lion held a Bks.m.arck on Friday the 3h. NO SHOW O All Evening Shows :Og p,m. Mr. and 1Vbs. Dayton Hellick- WEDNESDKY IqIGNT Sunday Matinee : p.m. son are the proud pareR'is of a] == II I nev son born at the Dckinson hospital 1.as't Frktay. The yourg THURS. - FRL - SAT. -- NOV. 6-6-7 re--Row weighed in at 9 ]/bs. DoHBgE UHE ] Miss Louise Kinn spent Wed- lit " BI00E M00HH in the Go l'ca community, Golva is iroluded in her Avon terri%ory. SUN, - MON.. TUES.-- NOV. 8-9-10 LOUISA styles the "perfect ,'ress" for larger half sizes. You'll feel so young, so slenderized in this pretty print on'100% Acetate "Beauty Crepe". So easy to wear, Hip released gored skirt buttons-below the waistline. "So 1NIC To Step Into". $10.90 CI.A RA 'S Mttgs Virw,g was a Wednes- day evening stpper guest at the parental tars Van, rig home. M,r. and Mrs. ttoger Vanvig and Mr. .Iverson of Ehgin spent the week- end at the Muggs Vanvig ranch xChere Roger helped with he round-'u,p. 'Mtgs Ibrouglt in valves on Mond'ay, he sold them to Minnesota buyers. Mr. and Ms. tars Van vg and Mrs. 1Wa,me Gilhavn were Beach shoppers on Friday. Whi,le there they enjoyed coffeee with Mrs. $.une Vietand. Art Umirh, nd was a Sunday evening guest at the Ted Cornel1 home. ! The dotbe garage t the Van Doren'Kinn residence is pretty well cympleted his week. [ 'Mr. and Mrs. Warren Just and .ta.mly dro#e to New Salem on . Sunday where they visRed VCar- 'en's parents, Mr. and Mrs. May- tin ust. [ Mark Nelson was a dinner[ guest at the Bud Anderson home on Tuesday. [ Lagt week Mr. and Mrs. M. T.[ Knudsn took a tri@ ou to their old ranch on Knife Rioter, south of Dunn Cerer and visiCed an od friend who is recovering from a stroke, rmmelr Ed M::ey. The Knucksons enjoyed dinner wth th aCkeys. It is gettirg to be the time of year .when mary of our residents begin to huk bout enjoying a gane of whist in the lng eve- nings. On Friday evenirg Mrs. Knudson and Mrs. Beta Dingrall enj)yed a gme with Mr. and M]rs. Lou RObinson and Sunday evening the Robinsons caned at ,the Knudson home and they had another lively game af whist. [ Pdchard Fi,ll,more arrived in | Medora last Thursday and wli be spending the winer with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. St.anley .Filkmore. ] lVrs. JoAnne Trotters and T. a. nd Mr. and Mrs. Ted Cornel1 and famkly drove to Bowman on Oc 25th where they celebrated the .birthdays if JoAnne and Jolyn Groce at the Kenny Groce home. Mr. Neuens and Viola Ray spent from Monday through Thtrsday at MJnot visiting at the Wyn Stiles home at Minor. Win, W. Eichhorst Aflorney With offices in BELFIELD Mondays - Wednesdays and Satuays and MEDORA Tuesdays - Thm'sdays and -lda BARLEY WANTED Will trade for or buy outright. DAKOTA FARM EQUIPMENT Beach, N. Dak. Their daughter Darlene and hus- band and ha'by will be leaving for Texas the 9th of this month to make their home. Math Tescher of Sentinel Butte was in Medora Saturd:ay v2siting a nunber of voters, Mrs. Tescher aocompanied tm and 9pent the a,tern,oon wth iVvs. Ellen Oster- hout. Sunday a'ternoon visitors of Mrs. EHen Osterhout were Mrs. Ralph Moser of Beach and Mrs. Flora Do>nee of Sentinel Butte. Lil Van Doren and Mrs. Osier- bout at'tended the meetirg at the Beach chur0h Thursday eve- Ring when Rev. Badgley gave hs thesis prior to his ordint.ion which will be held in Bea,Ch on November 12. Bill Lawson came to M edora to vote on Tuesday and visited old friends while here. Wayne Just celeb2ated his 5th birhhday Monday wi]th tour Of his lttle friends, Jay, Ray and Ohuckie Bird and Dean Nortbrop present for the occasion. Ever see a green roadside here in Novenber?,Ju drive up to Interstate 94 by Cedar Canyon and you will see a maoh'ine that makes things ,green in a hearty. They are busy plantirg grass and is green and it looks like grass B-o.wn Sentinel grew there overnight. [   OZ. GOLDEN VALLEY COMMUN .I." HOSPITAL Admitted Mrs. James Roberts, Mrs. Glenn Hutchinson, Herman Storkei, Mrs. Alfred Nun, berg and Mrs. Barbara Saye, all of Wbaux, Mont.; Eva Weinreis, Beach; Ruth Ann Newton, Beield; Mrs. Terry Brown, Sen,tiRe1 Butte; Ronal,d Ferguson, Beach. Discharged Mrs. Glenn Hutchinson, Mrs. Agnes Bryce and Mrs. James P,berts, all of Wbaux, Mont.; Mrs. Robert Drewniak, Glendive, Mont.; Jon Scherman, Sentinel Butte; Edna Hazftmond, Darnel Stuli and John Brettin, ,ll of Beach. ixhs Boy to Mr. and Mrs. James Roberts, Wibaux, MoRt, 10-27-64, 7 lbs. 14 oz. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Glenn HuthJnson, Wba.ux, Mont., 10- 30-64, 7 Ibs.  oz. Butte, 11-1-64,1 Work Safely-- Live Longer: Carelessness Can Kill You: THANKS T0 EACH OF YOU! It was a wonderful vote from you folks, and I am happy and humbly grateful for it. As usual, I'll work diligently to merit your confi- dence. VELMA JOHNSON (County Supt. of Schools) (Pol. ad. sports, and paid for by Velna Johnson) the material used to hold the seed Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Terry ! WA LT'S Tho Pooph'm Chokofor ,u,., v,,, "' Variety tOO,,, Valu Selected--Quality Plus S.V.T. VARIETY MEATS ,o.., , .r s,,..,..., ROUND 3 9 Essex Sausage per lb. 69c ,,o-0,-,-, ,  - been removed, . ] : Pork Sausage All Meat Franks 1 lb. 39e 1 lb. pkg. 49e RK (ut From Lea,, Younger Porker,--$.,'::l". Super Delicious LU Ca G 9 L  :,:. R900i PORK Good Value Bacon Country Style Morrells Canned Picnics .t 2 lb. pkg. 99c Spare Ribs 49c 5 lb. tin $2.49 Pork Loin Roast 49c Scotts Jumbo Towels, asst. colors Vintage Apple Cider gal. 69c 250 ct. rolls 2 for 69c Musselman Apple Sauce 6 for $1 Super Valu Coffee 2 lb. tin $1.49 Hunts Fruit Cocktail 5 for $1,00 Happy Host Cream or W.K. Corn Libby Brown Beans per can 10c 6 for $1.00 Kraft Miracle Whip qt. 49c Tasty House Peanut Butter 2 lb. 8 oz. jar 89c Fla-O-Ifi,, Frozen Butter Kernel Kidney Beans ruNS  WtmS --- 8 for $1.00 CHICKEN & DUMPLING ulnners Del Monte Alaska Red Salmon '" 2 5 ; < l lb. can 89c Jeno's Pizza Mix 39c Flae,.O.,BJte Ceade ,4 rn . S-IOo,. $1 Vegetables ........... u .,,. I S.V. Frosting or Cake Mix "'""'" asst. kinds 4 for $1.00 Fla-O-Rit .Cde A Frosen lfaspberrl or 10 OZ. Strawberries ...... 4. 89 Super Valu Shortening 3 lb. tin 59 ..o.,.._ .e...,,,, s] Flay-O-Rite Choc. Chips 11 oz. bag 39c MeqtoPies.'.:'.'.':n.. 6 ,'4: Como Toilet Tissue 16 rolls for $1.00 Brown or Powder Sugar 3 lb. bag 39c Florida Seedless . Grapetruit GoOd  cans " , 5 59, * ' | for ,.C alue Floral - o., l-. 19 ,+, ....,,,o.. Florida 3uice Oranges e" DISH 5 lb. bag '9c Red potatoes 20 lbs. 99c Tangelos Free Dek WL/ ,3 Phone 4511' Colby Cheese ,,'..,. 5 9 I L Elected, By A Landsbdel SU