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/ VOLUME XXXVI I MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1960 NUMBER t 3c or 4c Stamps On Former Resident SupL John Jay N.D. Cowboys O, n House Beach BucksTo Christmas Cards :Dles In Ind,ana To Leave Medora Quahfy For Rodeo t"v Be Given Away i ~Belfield and Medora Postmast-~Fred H. Denham, 84, a lmtive John 'W. Jay', Jr supt] of Three iN. D cowboys quail- For Dec. 17th er today clarified ~he postage~of Forrest Hill, .Ind and a form- Theodore ~Roosevelt Park, near fled for the "World Series Re- This rate regulations for the mailing or resident of the Sardinia com-I Medora, has been appointed supt. dee" to be held at Dallas, Texas I Officials of the Farmers and atur aj of Christmas cards. I munity, died unexpectedly ~t his of Badlands National Monument ,Dec. 26 thru Jan. 1, the National mercnants tHanK nave announcecl t ,All Christmas cards to Canada home in North Vernon, Ind at in $. ~Dak the Dept. of the Int Finals Rodeo Commission report ]~O~%nd~ It:us fath~r:ltmhasa;nr~al Christmas shoppers flocked to and Mexico must have a 4c stamp. ]3:15 Nov. 16. He had been ill anounced today, ed. ]-~v ,~j, Beach last Saturday, Dec. 3, fin A card addressed to anyone in since Monday. I A career employee of the Na- They are" Alvin Ne~on and as Sat Dec. 17, 1960. This event ling local stores, and making ex- the :U. 'S. will go for 3c unless it! The son ot Benjamin F. Den- I tional Park Service, Jay 'has been Tom Tescher, both of Sentinel I also marks the bank's 53rd year ,1 m business at ~each As usual a cellent progress in selecting gifts contains writing, then it must!ham and Mary Elizabeth Petrie, supt. ofRooseve t ~Parksince Butte, and Duane Howard Min-I " ' for the names on their lists. Most ! ~ . : great many eo m are ex ected have a 4c stamp. ~he was born at Forrest Hill on 1953. He served prewously as a newauken wtho ouahhed m two . P P P of them were also certain to " n will ' "-" ' to oe present for the lest[vibes A card to anyone m tow Aug. 2"c, 1876. park ranger and asst. chmf rang- events, bronc mdmg and bull rid- . " ' at the banK, including four adult register for the free Seach Bucks be delivered for 3c with or with- When 17 years o age he mov- er at Yellowstone Nat'l. Park, ing. rizes of "~'~ e ch "" drawing, with winners of the out writing inside but one going ed to the Sardinia community Wyo.-Mont.~Idaho first entering Nelson, a former world ehamo- p ~ a,as weu as attractive and useful ifts for first 3 given away being EArner to a person living on a rural where 'he lived until 1906 when on duty therein 1930. ~During ion in 1957, is runner-up for the l . g Abraham of rural Beach, the'.route must have 4c postage if he moved to Billings County, N World War IT he was with the saddle bronc rid" title Tescher earn person registering at the ~Dak. In 1925 he returned to Sar-, U. S. Coast Guard as 1st ~Lt. A ranks 13th in thmegsame event. ]bank that day. lucky person for the first draw-it contains writing. . ing at 2 p.m. Mrs. Stanley Do-i If there is any doubt, put a dinia and later operated a farm native of Colo Jay has attended~ l : Besiues the above prizes, there browski of Wibaux being win-'4c stamp on the card and your in Jennings County ul~til eight the ~. of Colo. lqt =- 1~ l" twill be four children's prizes of ~re~f ~er~:nz3enPo~.thCl~eaWirng, and'retu~le add~eS:a~e that it le~itllr be Ye:vrSedagot/heL:e retired and C ~n~ati~nal Park Service Director beuy Doolney : :: ~,~ thLl:tt:;:iinnn:xd~ii on hand ed t e a a e . " o V non. i o a L. Wirth said Jay's trans-I . . [ " " ' t to all this, there will be f~v being selected as the third win-! --- - - On Jan. 1 1900 he was married fer to Badlands was in keeping ~--~,~A ]~ d['~ma-~|r, I . . ' " ' e ' I,~DI-IU~ ][I 11~J~lUDl~k[ registration pmzes of each ner, at 4 p.m. Maybe YOU willI Q ]~/~ ~V/ to Fannie Belle Talkington of with the ~Tat 1. Park Service s po1-! I ". $5 . be one of the lucky ones next L, i~|~||-~[||a|l Alert, who preceded him in death icy of making the fullest utiliz-I Miss Betty Bobiney, daughter[ '.R.egxstrauon time at the bank week--don't forget to register! I in 1947. To this union were born~ at[on of an employee's training! of Mr und Mrs .~tanle Bob[he wm De ~rom ~ a.m until 3:30 The place o register" for th~s", ~jT- |~,~rmnf ~" ' two daughters who survive They and expermnce" and utilizing ~, ~ ~ ~. .~ Y ^.~.~: ~IP.Y m w'~th the arawmg" to be VV Jill 1Jlg:~ Vll[ ~ I held at 3 30 m ,ree Beach Bucks prize ~s m the ~ are' Mrs Walter Cameron ('Eve these skills to the greatest possi-I : p and you do I ~-~ " " - 1,vowswin ~oDer~ ~ ~ oroszl, i D~ckmson Bldg. on S. CentralI t lyn)of Junction City, Kansas ble extent I not need to be present in order . -. Baker, Mont son of Mr. and Mrs. to wi ' .Ave m the space ]ust vacated Fwo men, Elmer Abraham and and Mrs. Paul Loffelmacher (Per- Wwth stud that a great deal c+.~.~ ~. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~r^, n a pmze, prowdmg you ~ / - ~,~, -~v,uo,~ ~,~ ~ ~,~, ,~,- re istered ' by the Carl Allen msurance of-1 Alfred Franzen, both of the lmce) of Belfietd N. D of progress has been made at + ~z ~ ~ocn -t ct g earher m the day. Be ~ce, just a couple of doors south Beach rural area, and a woman, He was marrmd on Aug 17, I Roosevelt Park under the Park p~.q~ ,~-,~.^i~^ "~h h ~X~ev a#i ] u to read the bank s adv. on of Urbanecs Cafe. The pmzes,[ Mrs Stanley Dobrowsk~ of W~-11950 at Brownstowwn Ind ~o Serwce s M~ssmn 66 program of ^ha,~l r ~ ffici-+ed -+ ,~'e ~a'an ther page of th~s ed~tmn for $20 m Beach Bucks, to be spent baux, won the hrst of the Peach,Anna Cruser who survives I park development and conserva . ~ I r~ er details. - ' -a.m OOUDte rmg service. fne in local business estabhshments, Bucks drawings, held last Satur-t Other survivors include a bro-]tion during Jay's tenure as supt ~1 "~ "-x-1 th- r :^" ,Local merchants and others, ,~ . ~ " CI L(II g;tltLt LCtU ~:~ ~tL t~ ~:l.;l~JL.tUll, w~llbe given some lucky per-,day, Dec: 3. Appa.rently. luck runs~ther Tracy Denham, of WeS~port;JA new wsRor center, entrancewere decorated with floral ar-[~h~.-ha:e busmess at the bank son at each of the three draw-.m me DODrOWSKI zamuy, as mr. a sister Dora Clayton of Colum- road, campground development, ra ~m .~ ~.~r^~.~~,~ r Y asKea to coopera~e w~zn ng~ ' t e bank personnel by domg thexr Dobrowski was one of the first bus; a step-daughter, Mrs. Ed and other new facilities were de- flowers grown by the mother of business there before the regis- Jn order to win, if your name winners in the same drawings Speer of Syracuse, Ind.; eleven dicated on Sept. 12 and 13, 1959. the bride, tration starts, as that structure is is drawn, you must be present, last year! grandchildren, 1~ ~reat grand- At Badlands, Jay will succeed, Miss Marlene Bobiney of Bill- always filled to capacity, once and pick up the script money Mr. Abraham won the 2 p.m children; several nieces, nephews Frank E.specialSylvester,asst.WhOto thehaS aP-Di Evelynings wasBobiney,maid of wash n r'bridesmaid;[and Miss it gets underway. prize within the hour that it is Mrs. ~Dobrowski at 3 p.m with and cousins. " drawn. It is not necessary that Mr. Ffanzen's name being drawn~He was preceded in death by]p inted The . farmers ann lvlercnants rector of the Nat'l. Park 'Service. both are rosters of the bmde Mar-I Bank h - - - :you buy anything, in order to,for the last or third drawing, a sister Enrie Bemis and 2 ~broth-[ " .' as servea customers o~ be eligible for the prizes, altho~Beaeh streets and stores were ers, Frank and Charles Denham.t Brengies--Open- New ianne Goroski, sister of the'thise ommumzy commuous~y zor bridegroom, was a ]umor bmdes- a total we think it would be an appreci- well filled all day long, as resi- He was a member of the North l maid, Gerald Goroski, Wibaux, l'ustl o~ 'b:J years, ann mey are ated gesture, on your part, if'dents made real progress in their ,J y proua or me recora esmo- Vernon Presbyterian church. Body Shop In Beach was best man, and Raymond Gor- lished b- that you did-~after all, the Peach,Christmas gift purchasing. From ~Funeral services were held onI . . t y ~mancmt msum- m~.rchants are donating the mon-lthe excellent quality of the mer-Friday at the North Vernon Fu- ~Brengle Motor Company, Beach, :Srkimb twha:r~h%~hofr th~eD~On~~ tion, remaining solvent all thru ey to make this event possible. !c hand[He offered, and the low neral Home, with burial in the has expanded their operations, 't the very difficult depression RIDS FREI~ SHOWS !price tags, we believe it wouldVv'estpo~t Cemetery. and opened a new, large body Lwian:aflRow~leng, g~rh~, b:ide'icou:%, years, under the guidance of the There will be delightful enter-~be entirely accurate to state that shop in the building occupied so late T. E. Hudson, who was pres- many years by the Schulz C~hec.- Goroski, the bridegroom's cousin, lident of the bank for over 40 tainment for the youngsters on the articles offered compare very ~-~C~ Syminow ~Buick Co. They will now have was ringbearer. Church ushers iyears' Saturday afternoons, also, thru favorably with pre-war met- the courtesy of the local mer- chandise. At Beach the necessary room to handle were Richard Bobiney, brother The X~I ,Drill Team will have chants. The shows will be held l This followingSaturday, Dec. large quantities of car and truck of the bride, and Raymond Do-it.he[r annual pancake and ShU- nt the new Bijou Theatre, start- 10, there will be three rr ore 'Funeral services were. held repair work, glass replacement, browski, cousin of the bride- sage dinner with serving to be- ing at 2 p.m each Saturday, drawings for 'Beach Bucks--at 2, for Nick Syminow of Belfield on steam cleaning, and are also groom. Joan Dobrowski, cousin gin at ZI:00. There will be no with the exception of annual 3 and 4 p.m. Remember, to wm Wednesday, Dec. 7, at the St. !specializing in mixing paint to of the bridegroom accompanied waiting and no limit on the Santa Clause Day, this .Saturday, one of these valuable prizes aH John The Baptist Ukrainian Cath-~order, to supply any color want- the St. Philips Choir who sang seconds. Dec. 10, when it will be held you have to do is register. ' olic Church in Belfield. Mr Sym-led. See their adv. on another hymns. a~ 1 p.m. The Beach Lions joinI mow, age 90, succumbed at the~page of this paper for more de- The bride was escorted by her f o father, and was attired in a: I~lcklnson Woman the local merchants in sponsor-i Teacher Resigns Johnstone Memorial Hospital in tails. ing Santa ClaUS Day, and also+ l}~-~'-:'------~: "p~ ~now flk~ Beach on Dec. 3, at 11:30 p.m. gown of lace over satin, featur-!Dies Nov. 23 ~he free slX~ that afternoon. As! Due To Illness,after a two year illness. ' Pu ing a square neckline, long, tap- umtal, aSter:~le show, Santa hir~-] ~Iosary services were held forI ered sleeves, and bouffant skirt. Mrs. Freda Nathan of Dick[n- self will~ give out free candy and[ 'Because of the critical nata,: him on Tuesday, at 7 p.m at Sentinel Butte [Her~fingertip veil was arranged son $~,ccumbed at St. Joseph's nuts to all the kiddies. [of .her illness, Miss Gayle 7.astou- Belfield. from a halo style headdress, and Hospital in Dickinson on Wed Most all the stores in Beach Ipil' English teacher at the Beach The enchanting land of make- her only jewelry was a pearl and Nov. 23, 1960, after entering the will be pen each Saturday even" I High Sch l' resigned her duties' FRE--E S-H-6W believe will be brought to Sent white gold necklace, gift of the hospital the day before for ex ing until Christmas, and all have effective this Tuesday, December Butte on .Sat ,Dec. 10 at 8 p.m. bridegroom. A crescent shaped ploratory tests. She .had been a stocked up on all types of gift 6th. The sudden vacancy in the in the Sentinel Butte Gym. This hand bouquet of white roses resident of St. Luke's Kome in items, to make your shopping a teaching staff sent Supt. Nelli Every kid in the whole area entertainment is in the form of a completed the bride s ensemble. Dickinson the last few months. :pleasure, as there are all types Ableidinger in a hasty search for is cordially invited to attend the marionette s{how by the Harding The bride s attendants wore Funeral services were, Helen- of merchandise, to delight the' a qualified person to take Miss l free show to be held at the Puppeteers of .Dickinson. They pastel green lace over taffeta nized for her at St. Luke s Chap- IZastoupil's place. The latter has Bijou Theatre this coming Sat- will present two plays, "The frocks, with matching cummer-[el with the Rev. R. R. Hansel- tiniest baby, up to the oldest returned to the home of her urday afternoon, 'December 10. Mr. Wonderful Wizard of Oz" in 7 bunds and bows, and the jr. mann officiating on Men Nov. grandma or grandpa! Check the~ pages of this paper for ads of parents m New England, N. D. Walz has selected a good movie, acts, and "MeElligots Pool", a bridesmaid and flower girl wore !28, 1960. Burial rites took place ' Wa~.on . local merchants--~there are many Mrs. John M. Keohane,jr of a western, "The Los ~ " play in three acts. frocks of beige lace over taffeta, fat Hebron. belpful suggestions, in the items Beach has taken over Miss Zas- There will be only 1 showing Audiences have been thrilled styled similar to the bride's at- Mrs. Nathan, a former resident ~hey advertise, toupil's duties, according to an and it will start at I p.m sport- with the ,Harding version of "Mr- tendants. All wore white acces- of this community, was born announcement from Mr. Able[d- sored by the merchants of Beach. Ell[gets (Pool" which they will series, and carried hand bouquets Long Lake, S. D on March i~. Practical Nurses Receive Caps Twenty-four students of St. ~oseph's School of (practical Nurs- ing in Dickinson received their ~aps at a Capping Day ceremony Sunday, Dec. 4 in the audRori- inger this Tuesday evening. Mrs.I INotice time change for Santa Keohane taught in Beach schools iClaus .Day only, Dec. 10. Sat prior to her marriage, and is a t Dec. 17 has been selected as the graduate of Jamestown College, annual ~ank ,Day in Beach and with a major in .English. She '~there will also be a free show t~ught 7 years in Minn and two that afternoon at 2, '~'rancis in ~. Dak. (the mule) in the Navy". The -~'~ :L'- show on Sat Dec. 24 will be Residents ~he {Lone ~anger and the Lost lfle present at this date. This in- eludes a facinating underwater act with many strange sea crea- tures. It is done with effective use of black lig~xt and will de- light oldsters as much as young- sters. The ~Iardings have been do- ing marionette work for many of bronze and yellow mums, with 1894, the daughter of Mr. and the flower girl carrying a basket Mrs. Gottfried Walth. In 1910 the of them. The men of the bridal family moved to Hebron, N. D party wore dark suits with white Where Mrs. /Nathan married An- carnation boutonieires, drew J. Nathan onApril 6, 1918. ,A dinner for 200 guests, given Mr. Nathan preceded her i~ by the bride's parents, followed death in 1944. in}~he church parlors, where at Mrs. Nathan is survived by he~ ~t~r cake was served which daughter, Lillian, now Mrs. Ray