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Beach, North Dakota
November 17, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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November 17, 1960

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THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 17, 1960 Day with their daughter, Joan h,v. ('. l,cp Bi~d~;tM Mr. and Mrs. Don Short stop- Mrs. Francis Boyce at Sentinel and family and Jim will visil his i'a'~tor ped at the L. G. Browns on their Butte a~ad on Tuesday she called doctor. After.Thanksgiving they] ql:NDAY will go to San Pedro, Calif. toI 10:30 a.m. Worship Service. TheyWay tOwerethe Shortto stay'RanChat the n ranchWed" atinelthe~utte.JOe gowns home in Sent- spend the winter with their son Theme: The Sovereignty Of for one night then were leaving Lyle TisQr from Williston and CIifford and family. I God. Study of Romans chap. 9, for Wyo. to visit their daughter, M~'. and Mrs. Leo Tisor and chil- Mrs. Einar Fong and Mrs. Gert- TI-t~/~I~S~I~ING DAY . Mrs. Ward Johnson for the rest dren spent the weekend in Me- rude Connell were weekend 10 a.m. All parish service at of the week. dora "with their mother, Mrs. guests at the Jim 'Hickey home Sentinel ~utte. Everyone wel- THE BILLINGS COUNTY FIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAK. Medora o~ Sunday where MEDOIUt UNION ' n t 2to5p.m. Everyone invited to Mrs. Andrew Gray, they will spend Thanksgiving CONGREG!t~t'ION.1LL CIIURCII ,a open house in honor of Mr. Braden. and Mrs. ,tars Vanvig, in the NEW ADMISSIONS Mrs. Ellen Osterhout went to Edna Tisor. in Glendive. come. church parlors. Mrs. C. A. Lushanko. ]i~ 7:30 p.m. Adult Study Course Chas. 'Kirk, Virgil Kosniuka begins; an historical study of Cliff Harchenko Rev. .4 Christianity from Pentecost up ,Brand,Henry Ehman, t ] to the present day. Bring your Leach, Mrs. George Stull, !i fBible. SandraPaterman, Lawrence /-~ THURSDAY Bruce Northrop, Mrs. tlohn S$" 8:30 a.m. Thanksgiving service liski, Emmar Iverson, Mrs. I-IemT' No Confirmation. ,Hince. Glendive for the weekend to vis- Leslie Connell and Maurice Weekend guests at the Lester #2 it her sister, Miss Bessie Livings- O Conaell: ~retttrned to Medora Tisor home were Mr and Mrs ~ MEDO.I~A .I L,mV-'n^ c,m cy HOSPITAL NOTES Clerk: "What do you want ston. On Monday she called on Wedn~day from an elk hunting August Sasse and son of Beulah' a dime--the earth with a whi*~I~I[ tripwithbig ~miles and an elk and Mr. and Mrs. tester Flynn Bey. Altou Johnson.l'c~torBIRTHS fence around i ?" ~~~'apiece.':They had a wonderful of Bismarck and Judy and Ken-, SUNDAY Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nielsen, ,t .l| [ Platte, S. D girl. 'Let me see i~I. I time on .the trip and enjoyed the neth Hoger from New Salem.8:30 a.m. Worship. I ,Little Girl: :huntiflg. I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd McCutchan No Sunday school. SURGERY please." t Greta ~'ong who teaches in of IBeach called on the J. C. Ras- :~ -- -- Beaeiispent the weekend at her mussens on ~unday afternoon on'~ ~ ~ ~ home m Medora their way home from the Charles SDN~DAY, MeN*DAY, TUI!]Sff)AY ' Mr.',and 'Mrs. AI Kimbro from McCutchans where they had been. SUNDAY - MONDAY - "rUES ~ lr~l r~rwwl-1 ar~r~l-~ ]n New ~n land' called at the Einar deer hunting NOVEMBE~ 20 21 22 -- ~OV. 20-2'-~ ,~,l i - - ~ DJ -l]tll~/lll/L IJ t Fong~Monday evening on their l Mrs. Ralph Meschke called on 2 way hQme" from the Les Connell Mrs. Norman Chase on Monday.[ ~ ]~[/L~-~ A )o~ L'~= ~-~- ~o~ ranch wl~ere {hey had been hunt- I J.E. (Ed} Harding from Jack- [ w lIldtlJ[l~ z ,@y -- I:J IUII t,OY ing. AI was.' one of the lucky son, Wyo. arrived in Medora on ~*~#]~ ~ ~-e,e ones, he" got:a deer tMonday and is spending a few ~ ram -- ~ -- Mrs. tPetrina Osadehuk from days vislting~ friends - THURS FRI SAT NOVEMBER 24-25-26 Belfield has'moved to Medorai Harry Roberts and Mrs. Juan-II i~~[~|~]~i ~ - " - I for the wint'er and will live with ita Organ drove out to see theI I v ~ ~. ~i~ ! ~ :,~a~ ~ /[~p~. ~-q~ her daq~ter, Mrs. Olga Hlebi- mountain sheep and then took aI ~| '~'~'~ ~~~ ~ ~~~:.~ chuk. "'~;.:'~' itrip through the petrified forestl~ JHll0Tnld~',~. ~ ~ ~ X ~II~~:~I~ Mr. aq~d f]~ih's. Wayne Mallory 'on Monday. I ] ~U0|U|~rf~ .~ ~ have been '~n S. 'D. the past two' I~ ~.4~~-,~ ~m~~~~ ~ ~ weeks ws~tii~g their sea:. :Dale i~ f~ A ,* t ],~~ ~r,~ ~~:.~]~ i and family"~nd with fri~ds, i Deal rzlsz l! [ I been a pat~ea'~t/at the Bea~!'~!~0s.:! ~ ~ ~~~~~ nital was t~l~ased from th~i::~has-[ Here is another one of those ~ ~-~k-~ ~ pital on Tues" -day of last~'~:e'~el<[ ! ~ ~~~i. ~ ~,~ .--~,~,s~*~ and returned home on Th.~.' i joutstanmng westerns -- w~,n ~ ~o~ VlVtl~t~t~.lttt~ ?~,~, .~--f~ Mrs Addle Anderson has .~en! I ' ; on the sick list this week "-": [[ an excellent cast. DON T MISS ROY S MOVIE NEWS Mrs 'Storman Chase weni io m WEDNESDAY. NOV. 23 Miles" City on Sunday to vi~i[ qk Norman who is a patient at.the VA hospital. Norman is getting ~ ~ I I along fine but will be in the hospital for some time. " A |/-" Mr. and Mrs. L.M Barnhart /~ 1~ will close the ~Log Cabin Bar and EYER ~'riPHIIN McNALLY AN AI,~IED ARTISTS ~ndalF' matinee at 2:00"p.m. ~%,e~lng sho~s s~art a 8:00 p.m Win. W ichhorsi ltb offl s m IELFIELD SATURDAYS .OND,Y I~IDA~ MEDORA ,Radio .Service llEACIL. NO. DPdL Eme On & Motorola Store on Sat. evening for the winter. They plan t7 leave for SUI~LUS SAIAgS NOW anyone can buy DIRECT from U.S. C K)VF-aR~Nk'~ENT SUB PLIYS DEPOTS, by mail for your- self or or resale, Cameras. bin oculars, cam, jeeps, trucks, boats, hardware, office mact~ines and The 1960 Christmas Seal w:~ designed by Philip Richard Costi- I WAS VERY MUCH SURPRISED BY THE FINE VOTE GIVEN ME. I'M STILL A S TRANGER TO MANY OF YOU, BUT HOPE TO GET BElaYER ACQUAINTED. THANKS ! ! ! equipment, ter~ta, tools and tens-I gt, n to help in the fight agc'h:'~! Ai,~'~n, oG2musan, ds of other items at al TB. Born in England, Mr. Co:~% fraction of ~heir original cost. j Gc, a now re~ides in Pennsylvania, Ma~t~ items brand new. For iistl ---Y (Pol. Adv. Pd. for by A. R. Miller) of ~ s f Short Family Hera ,~ o U. S. Government -" Surr~l~us DeDous located in eve-y! U. S. Representative and Mrs. "" ~'- ' ' Don Short and daughter visited I I II I I I I State and overseas w~th pam-I . . r~let "bIow Government Can Shir) w~th friends in Beach the past Di~'r~ To You" ~,lus urocedures 1weekend. They were enroute tol ~~~ ~ ~ HOW~"" TO"I~tIY' ar~d~ how~" to get their home in Bethesda, Md. af- I'~ FREtE ~UP,5~U$ --^il ~o 00 to ter visiting their son in law and l ~' ~ ~" d ~ 4 SURI~US SA~J~ IN,FO~MATIOI aughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth~ b SI~I~VI~ ~ O 'Box No lfl18 :Johnson : in Powell, Wyo. They ; ~ [ ~,-~,u~ ~. ,~- to return to Md. " t l ~ ~v :: ']lat V i " 1 t With the conclusive support by North Dakota voters of their i State Legislature's action on the so.called Surplus Brakeman Law, the ii railways emrvmg the state again assure North Dakotans that: ii!i~ ? ,: Not one railway employee will lose em- ployment as a result of the new law and no railway brakeman now working in North Dakota will have his earnings affected by it. The railways meant what they said when they gave the same assurance to the North Dakota Legislature and the Governor, and will fully abide by their agreement. The action of North Dakota voters on November 8 will enable the railways to serve the state more efficiently and effectively. Radios and TV, ,l,woman-on-the-go, w,hunlimhed taste ond We back our sets with I, I,m,t. mo t, or mo.ey who o we,-de=gned o.h o. repair service. [ ' ' it.r h 'or bu,y- hed ;e moy We sug0est Mot,ha Monn;ng's BEN HUR FROZEN FOOD CH~ESTS EASY SPIN.DRI]~R WASHERS Fishing Supplies Record Players e sy care wash and wear Arnel triacetote jersey print casual with open shirt collar and softly pleated skirt. In marvelous color 1 1 tones toyal copper or green combinations. 14'A-24R, 12B-lSB.