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The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
December 8, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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December 8, 1960

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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1900 rilE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. On I T| ~T ] ~ worked at the Park Gift Shot ~lP WPP~. A/-~k,r(~lA.~a iast weekend. " ~" Mr. and Mrs. "Fed Cornell and ~,t Pob l~s from lshe Wester ~ rs Joan White were Dickinson J. J. ~a~on wen~ ~o tnsmareK :" ~ e',~ on Thursday and had a checkup helm -, co~imlunity ealted on shoppers on Monday. at ~he Bismarck Clinic. He re- friends in Medora Friday. Coumy Supt. B. 1 7h m~,as a{ turned home Thursday evening. The LMngregational Ladies held tended the sc!encc work she? Mrs. Minnie Reed who lived at their regular aid meeting at the .ann me }ntreprelat~on meet the Custer Trail Ranch when it home of Mrs. Bud Anderson on rags m l)lCKlnson on .mturoay. 'was owned and operated by the Tueaday atternoon She a~o attended !he Sou.rawest Eaton Brothers, passed away at Mr. and, MrS. Allen Anderson area ~:ounty Sup!. s meeung m ~rotthers Ranch at Wolf, Wyo. of New England brought their UlCKmson on Wect. ~ last week. Funeral services were Shetland .pony to the Leon Hel- ~vir. and lvlrs. Alfred ~cnwartz held in Dickinson, N. D. on Men. lickson ranch for the winter. They of Belfield called on the L. ~. Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald Vieland were dinner guests at the ranch ~rowns on Tuesday evening. and daughter in law, Mrs. Leo and then s~opped at Mrs, Actd~ . Mrs. Ellen, Osterhout and Mrs. Brown from Miles City called andersons forcoffeein theat 'wayne lvianory were SHOpping ternoon in Beach on Friday at the uars vanvlgs ann lv~ary " ~ " ,t ire Med"ra cowqes armed Harry koberts BessieOlstad l.illnam on ~unaay. ] ',v," ' ~ . . ' with ~o~I thinas to eat for a ann Juamta urgan arove out to Norman Chase who has been ~ "'- "'~, "t luck r st-"ed a house me u~staa ranch on ~rmay atter- a patient at the VA Hosp. at v,- ~,vt,~, =s . -,wnrrnin- n~v.nt ~he new home noon and on the trlp home man- Miles City returned to ms home - --'~ of Mr an~, PJv~ .ferry ~swrn', aged to get stalled m a snow a " on Frld y. The 'Robt Lillibr d" es of air bank and were stuck for several ig F - . . . ~mlnlmlm~~~I~lI~ field spe'fitSa't', visiting it Me-hem's. unhl a passing motorist ~gl~til~l~l~i~H~l"~"umm"lut::la~mVtdora a~ ~m01l they were lunch laeiped ~hem out. leon ~ue~t~':ai tt-e ~Bud Andersons Mr. and Mrs Richard Hlebe- A e~ 'and ~.the ~;v;~ing were dinner ;~mke2nd dhughttrr fleGltndtvke, } L 'L ~ ~,'I ~ ~./~ guests at,the Dick Ande.~o~. . -, e "s .Don%.fcw~et fhat the school m Me,era on Sunday. benefit bingo, party ,put on by ":---IvI~.'~-i~L L,r-~iv~Dm~ -~- evenfng, H~ll . ," - LUTIIEIIAI~ CHURCII A :stinging, explosive story of q~h~~ V~lage 'of'Me'dora" was F{~v. Alton John~a,L la~tor the Marines. practi6ati~ d~e~:'e'd:o~,i'Sat when SU}gDAY almogt e~ifr2~ne ir~ tl~a':communi- 8 30 a m Wor~|~ip ~.~ ALL THE ty we~lt, ~o o,e of t~e nearby S0rmon theme and text "Pre- ~r/xT'r~.v~ ~t~rT~V. to~ :,~0, shop Many went to pare the Way of the Lord", Isa. It./U i~ ~ i I~I'N Dickinson, .to atten~l, tile sa and 40::1.8. ,; ( ' dmzm~ a~ the Com~rmmty Hall ~'30 am Sunday school btarrmg Alan l~ac[o bmney s ons~red"B 'L .~ " ": . " ~-,;*;~-. r~'~rren 'and In"e- P '. y ,tt~e t;o~gregational 7f30 p.m. Adult Study Group m~r .loh~nsson Church 0f Dmkm~i~: Looking at the church in action frO Mrs" Martha Porter and Mrs m Pentecost to the 20th ten- Anna. Godfr, ey, were' shopping in !ury. Every welcome to attend. Belfiold (on- Tuesday morning. I tIURSDAY Mr. ~,nd Mrs. Dennis Hjorth 4 p.m. Sr. Confirmation Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Youells North Dakota. ~of the Sentinel Butte rural area, "PHUR:~DAY, FRIDAY, & SAT. DEC'E~VI~ER 15-16-,'17 ~unday m~tinee at 2:00 p.m. :I~EN~;~; SHOWS AT 7:30 NNIIN INNII$ USE THE BEST Use vilrified clay pipe made by DIC-KOTA CLAY PRODUCTS CO Dickinson, North Dakola Also available now Flue Lining See your nearest supplier or call Dickinson 224-5155 [ . t GOVERNMENT SURPLUS SALES NOW anyone can buy DIRF~-'T from U.S. GO~ENT SUR PLUS DEPOTS, by mail for your. et~ or for resale. Cameras, bin oculars, cars, jeeps, trucks, boats, hardware, office maddnes and equipment, teens, tools and *ens o~-thousands of other items at a ~action of their original cost. Man~, itenm brmad new. For list ~f lmaxtreds of U. S. Govenmmnt Surpkts Depots, located in every S4ate and ovenmas with pam- phlet '*How Covemme~xt Can Ship To You," plm pmeedm ~OW TO i~JY and how to ge~ SURt~US, mail $2.00 to SUR~US ,SALES IN~OI~MATIO! IE VIC'I P. O. 'Box No. w s. D.C. Radio Service Phono IDEAC L NO. DAK. Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. BEN HUR FROZEN FOOD CH'ESTS ASY SPIN-DRIER WASHERS ) . . Bids will be opened on the and family from. Fallen, Mont. 5 p.m. Jr. Confirmation will be leaving this coming Men Dec -~ f r-aroma to vi "" their tom ~ay oi uecemoer tb~oo at~ were in~Medora Sat. I 7 p.m. Luther League, caroling ~. ' hour of 7 p.m. at the Village The Ted Corn~lls were dinner night z, o l s~t the ' " son uonala anct iamny, ann ~o H-11 t guests at:tahe ~$0~ Cornell home spend tlhe balance of the winter na~e Villa e Board reserves theI in Sentinel Butte':'6n Sunday. Today only about 8% of the visiting other relatives and' -- - .~ Men(ca Dietz from South Heart'U" S. labor force is engaged inirmn~s on me west coast, rigHt to reject any ano au mas. leav'~ng'nt%ea%t~e~t;2~;'~"~'~""; " "';""~ "'"~" aV;aila;~--"'~""'~ FOR SALE -- Roll top desk, good I w;1 ~ --~r ~~;15%an~Wh~,~iteOra, ) i - - to produce other products and condition. Harry Roberts, Me- I Clerk of the Village Board, ~ services, dora. * 14-1tp' Nov.27 - Dec, 1-8 ~ " BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA aa INVITES YOU TO ATTEND THEIR aa i llth ANNUAL aa A set by str~ng~'noI~m$ and won't even cock an ear at the ring of a door bell If you oWI~ stt0h a dog and wish he'd m~ke like a watch dog, here's a way rode It. En. courage him to bark when strangers come to the door. You'll have tO teach him to epe~tk On e~mmend, The first step Is to find a way to get him excited enough to bark o! his own aocord, This may be through play, asking for his dinner, or ~ Je@lous~, of an. other doff. EV~ time you get your Pet to b~k, pat him and accompany the pat with a "S' t boy, speak." B~ persistent and patient and ev,egtuaIly your dog will as. socl~te the word "speak" with thenolse he makes. Next step iS to i~et someone to knock on the door o~ make some form of commotion, Give the "speak" command andlt your dog com. . ,plies, with a bark. reward him. ,T~ls training will not change ~four pet's temperament. If he's iio, t' ~ggreSsive by nature, you can't make him so. He cannot be'made to attack In the work. lug sense. Nor should the ama. teur ever try to train a dog to attacR on command. This re. :- quires very specialized training ICI! .CR|AM : by aa expert. AND ANNUAL CHRISTMAS 4 kids prizes of $10 each 4 adult door prizes of $25 each 5 lucky registration prizes of $5 each Register in the Bank Lobby from 9 a.m. until 3:30 pan. ~r - 1 " Door prize drawing at 3:30- You need not be present to win! 1907 - 53 YEARS OF COMMUNITY SER qCE - 1960 Attend the XGI Drill Team dinner, Legion Hall serving: starts 11 a.m. Fishing Supplies Record Players Records. ,- .