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November 24, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUN'I'Y PIONEER. MEDORA N. i)Al4 Week Around Medora Little J ulie Ann Smith, daugh- handling of Christmas mail was ter of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Smith discussed.: : was admitted to St. Joseph's hos- Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Christen- pital in Dickinson on Sunday for sen drove.i~t~(~:~alliday to spend treatment of an. infection. Thanksgiving with his brother, UOU THEATRE - BEACH SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY, DEC. 4-5-6 The sweetest story ever told! . of the sweet- Mrs. Anna Kunkel who has Olaf Christ men. heart he married and the wonderful life they led. been a patient at the Bismarck ,Dinne~ gusts at the Ted Cor- Hospital for many months was nell home .o~'q'hankzgiving were HI'S LIFE released from the hospital and is Nits. Isaak Hanson, Mrs. Iola Gt - I-us LOVE HIS len from Dig[~inson, Dick Grosce being cared for in a private and Johnn ii~imilly. ! UNI ~GETTABLE' home in Bismarck. MUSIC! Mrs. Selma Olsen daughter of The Arv~(~tts drove to Bis- Mr. and Mrs. Lars Vanvig who march on,~$~nda on business has been visiting here for the and ret~.~omed, on Monday past 10 days left Med0ra Mon. Oon;t ,f~ the PTA Bingo! night for her home in Ravendan, Party at tt~:~Medora town haili Ark. on Saturd~i'~(~ Dec. 10. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Chase left Mr. and )~. Sutterlund who~ Medora last week on an extend- have I~een~vi~iting at the Milo~ ed trip thru the south and east- ford Vanvi~'/~neh for the past ernl states. They plan to visit week retu~ to their home at friends and relatives on the trip Battleview;~ 1~!,i D' on Thursday. and will stay in Kent, Conn. for ~thle~n':::,~0rter returned to h ~' "--~ :-- to "~ - 14th, this is me nignt mat t e anct lvir. anct mrs. Lars vanvlg some time oemre returm.~ ~narveY0 1~. ~. wnere sne at~enus . . . ~ . ~ their home school, odV'~dav followina the sacxs or canny mr ~anta to give ann naugnter, mrs. ~mma uisen. E ~ ~ ~ a. e, out at the Christmas program, Mrs. Vanvig and Mrs. Olsen drove Mrs. :lvlary ~nnam was apa-iThan~gtvingvacauon:, . -- lwill be sacked All members'out to the Kyle Sperry farm in nen~ at me t~eacn nospltat ~rom] ~'ormer ~w, eaora reslaents, Mr ' " ~'- f" d "h "he " Thursday evening until Sunday. and Mrs. J~Jhn Kuntz who now ptease come, guests wmcome, itrn~u:n~te~lt;o~ci:2oCr2 ~:n~a. Yea;~. Mrs Juanita Organ and Grace live at Circle Mont called on: Mr and Mrs. Lars vanvlg went ~ . O'tremba went to Milnor, N. D.'the :Lester *Ti~ors on'Sunday ]out to the Milford Vanvig ranch! Mrs. Bessie Olstad came in - - ,r~-,' i fro Thanks-iving dinner ~from the Harmon Olstad ranch on wen ann were guests at me Mrs t, ertruae Conneu went to " ~ ' I ~. . ~, . .'- - ' ' ~-- ~" '~hase was havin"r on Tuesaay ana wilt stay wtm ~ome oi iylr. ano MrS. ~aipn buss- New England last Wed. and IS I lvtl5, x~ormau ,~ . s,"" "-" -" "1 "~ -h man until Sunday when they visiting her daughter Mrs A; some dental work done in Beach ~. auanlta urbanat t ~e noug ~ nda. ruuers hotel. returned to Medora Knnbro an~!U~tly, on Mo ~. . I ' . t t theI MISS bOUlSe 1~inn WhO leacnes Postmaster Lilhan Van Doren The ~eo T~sor~ from Dmkinson,~ Mrs Norma Chase spen ~ ' ". . :,' ' . : a~ 15ralnaro, lvllnn, arrlvect in attended a Postmasters meeting rLyle Tiaor~ W!!liston~ and the i'rhanl~sg~vmg weekend at MHes h is a Medora earlv lastThurs morn- in Dickinson Monday where the Les Tisorsf/qWere all guests at City Vlsmng ~orman w o . ",- " ' patientat the VA nosp. ann at h " " " a~ ~,~ l~ii~7,~ ~,~,~i~i~i~ Mrs. Edna Tisors on Thanksgiv- " ' " " . . mg an(/spent the weekend at f~,i~ ii ~II ,'Ji ' "n ' er nome nere returning to |N~]N~II[,NIII,t$fiLId,ld],t!!~**~ L.t:~,!,~',~,~,*~,~,',:.:;:, ~ g. the Bop uarison home. r~orn-tan is '~ramaraon bun~av night Mrs. Addie Anderson. entertain- ~mprovlng stow~y ana wm nave - to remain at the hospital for Dinner guests at Mrs. Addle -po -- ed Mr. and Mrs. Art Grafsgaard some time. Mr. and I~h's. Bob ~ "~ ~ B ~] ~ ~,V~/'2~Iand family and NL-~. Len~t Van-' " ' Andersons on Thanksgiving day vig and Mrs Selma Olsen at ' 4'+~,~, C,hase'were" Mr and Mrs Allen Ander '~I1~~~ f su )e~ on - ida evenin Myer " "son and family from New Eng Pl " '~F Y g. i children while their mother was ~ " SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUP, SDAYi 'tthe Roger; Runestrand Iamily land, Faye Hubbard and Lillian DNCEMBEIR 4-5-6 i from Bismarck enjoyed Thanks-i"~I~Irs. Ellen Osterhout went to Namenluk from Dlckmson and ~giving 'Day h day late last week. Glendive on Wed. to spend the Mr. and Mrs. Leon Hellickson ~l'fhey started for Medora early holiday with her sister, Miss and sons, Milo and Martin. " I Thursday morning but had car;Bessie Livingston, she returned txouble and~ were unable to get to Medora on Monday evening. Ivil:DOr~K , b ~'Wi~ past Mandad, so they returned Ted Kirkpatrick and Jerry LIJTHEll/tIt CHURC.TI [ holne and after having some re- Osterhout left early Sat. morning Rev. Alton 3o},~(m. l'a:;tor pair work done on the car they with a truck load of grain to be'SUNDAY dehvered at Missoula, Montana. i 8:30 a.m. Worship. i drove to Medora on Friday for~ " Thanksgiving dinner at the J. C. iThey planned to bring back aThis ",is Comunion Service. W~! Rasmussel~. ,truck load of lumber i 9'30 a m Sunday seh l I " . OO. Mrs. Jim 'Bird, Mrs. Gay Barn-I The L. G. Browns were dmner~7:30 p.m. Adult Study Group. hart and Mrs, Paul Lebo were guests at the home of Mr. and TIIURSDAY Jack Lemmon Machine Fred MacMurray THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, DEC. 8-9-10 ~INI~ScOP[ WARNERCOLOR ! VAN H[FUN " Awo RAY" MONA FRtOa~. I NANCY OLSON" JA~E$ WHrrMom:. RAY~ON0 v T~ HUNTER" DORTHY MALONE" ANNt IFIt~NC,S immm Don't miss "CHARTROOSE CABOOSE" show' ing Thursday, Friday, Saturday, December 1-2-3. I was told this is somewhat like the Ma & Pa Kettle shows. .Among The Living And The Dead The large stump, some as much from a flame bronze to a sort of as 12 feet in diameter are of the opal. Near this spot a cedar tree Sequoia or California Redwood of about 12 feet in height grows variety. 'Among the ancient for- out of a petrified stump. The man est now grow juniper with its atop the petrified stump is Ray changing colors, ranging from Lingk of rural Beach. ~Diekinson .~oppers on Tuesday. iMrs. Hank Brown in Dickinson 4 p.m. Sr. Confirmation a bright green to a blue and, Mr, and' l~rs~ Daniel Osadchukion Thanksgiving, 5 p.m. J~;. Confirmation and Mrs '~d ,Cornell were in Harry Roberts went to Dickin-[ Dickinson ~ ~Friday evening. ;son Tuesday to visit his daugh-~~`~`~`~`~`~'~ '~p'~~`~`'ul~ '~ '~`q~'~'~ '~'~'~'~.~~ Mr. and ~rz~ Dick Schuster of ter, Mrs. Mahlon Everetts and Dickinson called on the Ted Cor-Mrs. Harriet Baysore. nells on Friday afternoon. ! Oinner guests at the Thorvald The regular PTA meeting will Vieland home in Beach on Sun. be at the sChool house on Dec.'were Mary Gilham, Slay Otto SMORGASBORD TtlURSDAY, FR1DAY, & DECEMBER 8-9-10 THE MOST AMAZING JUNGLE PICTURE BER MADE! SAT. * * * * * 3 Fried Chicken or Swiss Steak Adults $1.50 Children $1.00 g from 6 to 8 p.m. NEC'S Ladies Sweaters Wools, blends, orlon in slipover and Cardigan, in brushed and smooth knits; aH sizes. $5.90 to $8.90 Mens Sweaters Wool and orlon in the rolled con lar or boat-neck in green and: greys -- 36 to 46. $7.90 and $8.90 Mens Boxed Initial Hankies, all white t~r BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA OPEN THIS SUNDAY Mens Wool Slippers with Rubber Soles $2.95 Mens Nylon Sox and Tie Set $2.00 .2-2 Terry Robes, s. m. lge. $8.90 SALE ;, . . . . . . Ladies Flannel Gowns, 32 to 48 $3.95 to $4.90 Ladies Brushed Rayon Pajamas $6.90 ~unday matinee at 2;00 p.m. ~ [ ~ [1[ I~ENI'NG SHOW~ AT 7:30 J' i ,t [ L :::, " Ladies Wash and Wear Blouses $3.95 aliL S es DIDO, +, '":':'" '" "7/, "" White Orlon Vests For Ladies sm Lus SSLZSill, litClUOlng t", In Y8 In. 3 In qt lll NOW anyone can huy DIRF T II ,R ' rtificates jEWEL " --y U.S. GOVERN~VIENT SU [I ',: ~" onJ 752/O ,n~h " mail for our ~ ~.llU O / 0 IlII~L,JULe I~US DEPOTS, by "~ Y " f1 ", ;, , ~lf or for resale. Cameras, bin'/~ ', ; culars, ears, jeeps, trucks, boats, iI j " For any amount. Necklaces, earrings, bracelets hard, are, office mad'r'mes andll] . ( . ~IIIIUdF. equipment, ter~, too~, ~ tens Ill . ': of-thmmands o her items at allnl,- l* -'-- 91 . racuon a origir coall ',", mSeoun[ lor {luanlll:V lOIS, MarkV ite~ br~md new. For list[, ' : ,?': l d ta ,4,Ch,dStm ,u. s. M = ^, w .Ten ' 9:00 Depots, located in eve I R State and overseas with pare-Ill To You," plu , ttOW TO IP/ and how Phone TR 2-3228 Box 542 P. O. No, C