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The Billiap Pioneer VOLUME XXXV MRDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1959 NUMBER 29 Narth [i00Lal00n00 Mrs. R. Anderson ]0031 Women At 0000hnrt Changer Medora Topples R00nL- 00inu00n allp .... . . [mes vec..4 J"" " I" " I'"'" -- "" r00yDurg 00-aa _ t _ In Rodeo hnals ,Mrs 'Richard Anderso;of Me- B00smarck Meeting N]Cks0000eaehltes 00ooting from field,00Tlds Saturdav ..... ; . ............ I dora, died at St. Joseph s hospital - L [ A ' ''*tiV 'r'O't ,,nl,m Medora high school dumped ,I , Norm uKom, ann leans, wm in 'Dickinson on $Ionday, ee 14,  Ienbers of the N. D. Nat'l h,g,,lit':n"wi'a--imin-'n"lFryourg 54-33 at Medora Yriday, I Saturday, December 19 is 8he ave .more sacrum 'oronc r l.aerS, i afte r she had 'been hospitalized Statuary all Conun. met in "--'--'-'h"grked the old  fli Iwinning their fourth cage game date of the 'Farmers and Mer. . apiece, a 'ne new auonm for a period of tour months, Billmarck, 'Dmc. 8th Ior their first t,, .,:,,m4,, ,,, o ,,Yt in six starts this season. !chants Bank's on house and ,.e'mas nones man an omer . :, llal ,,,--, --,,, , --; .1o -. - - s,.+,o Y I The funeral is today (Th.urs., meeting and ?lee.ted. Representa-in *Beach last 'Friday : evening, I Two Iedora men accounted Christmas Party, an annual af- .'-" . ... . !Dec. 17) at the :Meuora lutlner- tive ,Murray A. al..wm, tar.go, Dec 11. e gypped o' Beach! fr all but nine points. Gary:fair, marking that financial in- u'.:o oI me reasons, as usual, an church at 2 p.m. . Chai_.rnan. lvlrs. aarmn .J. Pip- business firms the $Iazeione]Bird tossed in  and James'stitution's S2nd year in business zor . . s zame are dim ann Tom The PriceLisko Funeral ,Home er, Bisrnarvg, was namea ecre- e.: .n ,no  .... o, n,. :Murray added 17 i un for in Beach Teacher of Sentinel Butte. Along of :Dmkinson are in oharge of the tary. 'Mrs. ,Natalie Adamson of ,.,,,u ,, -,,;- .-**.-,,, Frbur was Steven Gw,''luk ! As usual there will be .... with .26 year old Duane Howard arrangements. Beach and'Mrs. ,Bernard Kennedy drgie%'; m'a%"$10 ";oia t'hree.year letterman, wi'th 15 adult door' prizes of $25 ea: oz .nrrmowauen .mey are to l This is all the information we of Sentinel 'Butte are menroers mucl, in eaoh instance. I counter. ]attractive and useful gifts for rid.e^at ._!h_sports flrst.wor d wer e able to gather . at !h!s of_the Commsmn. . .... He dropped in at the Hazelonet The losers shot a cool 27% every person who comes in the e m ,a,as, ec. .o o,. ihme IDU a ,more corn, piety otto- I Gov. oonn uaws openea me Shop firSt purchasing a pair of'from the field Ibank that day, and four kid's Jim Teacher, 6u, WhO now uary will fonow in a later issue' meeting ann revlewea me out .... __ ,___ . _ . i ' . ....  cm .. ,._ ,_,,__ _ : : of thts paper. aSs;b 1 Trotter Girl " g a 'ng. H' ,i[f ...... D_L____ lsion for t 'P P . ' band is little feat threw the!IS Miss Rodeo !registration prizes of $5 each. Tom, 33, is 13th, and Howard rl|a |.ouI't l a deserving person zrom the 'clerks off their guard. They cail-I i There will be registration in i. 15h. i_ _ IState of ,N. 1). whose statue shall,ed the man back for his chan,,e I ,Miss Ellen Trotter of Grassy the bank lobby from 9 am, to 'Only the top 15 hands in each l otF omqo|r' ]'be placed, along with other great an d 'he then cordused them so 'Butte, daughter of h'. a,d (Mrs.3:30 p.m. and the drawings for ,  ; .... 2... ...... .to 'l.lllLIla../ gill llPllllllltl Americans, as a representative of ...... ,_,,.. th-t h, w .... r, ,Ed Trotter. Miss Rodeo Norththe prizes will be at 3:30 p.m., hose making ...... the most money  Mss ___n_Vor n _.oberts and Keth lhe State of N. ..... D m the Nahonallt nut .'before they were awareDakta of 1960, will reign over and you do NOT need to be can compete at Dallas for the Bear d were united in marriage I Statuary Hall m the U. S: Ca,p- lthat in t.he process of his chang-the 1960 rodeo season, dates fo" present in order to win a prize. champmnshps and $57000 m' 1 n te tol Bmldng m Washington D C I i ee the Ibank"s " " : "- '- " :Nov 27 in a doub e-ri gce"  " " '.. ' '. "ling his mind, first wanting teu   IS advertisement finals, prizes. . . i mnn'v..._.., __t _the McCabe Methodis. The Commission. wilt report ts! one_dollar `bills and two fives.   elsewhere, in this. editmn for fur Thus far thxs year Jim Wesch-!ohurch in Bismarck with Rev recommendatmns to the 37th and handin hem the ex.ct   ther m, formatmn et has ridden $9896 worth of I-  ' ILegislative Assembly The Corn ..... Local meV0hants "  , , F. V. Tannehill officiating, i ,.." -'/amount of his purchase, then m   ] are asked to bronc Tom $8,414, and Howard mssmn gave prenmmary consm co erat _ s, ,i The bride is the daughter of i " " . ..,: o "lthe next moment asking for a   ] op e with the bank per- $5,949. All three are recurreniMr, and Mrs. Earl Raberts ofl eratin $o ae,names or moreldifferent type of change and   ]sonnel by doing their business high ranking riders. ISentinel Butte The Bridegroom than 50 decease, men ann wom-:quiekly Imeketing the extra $10,   /at the bark early in the morn- 'Duane Noward oes to th 4 en from the following nelds of that the 'had been du d rag, as the bank ,s certain to be . . . g :" 1 is the son of" (Merrill eard of .. ",. " ... I Y' pc.   ". ' " Finals m 9th positron m Brahma endeavor staesmansmp, putmc  filled to : ' " Moffit and the late :Mrs Beard : ' Local law officals aain warn   capacity when a3eoole 'bull riding, a contest m whmh i For her wedding the bridet setTee, sc.ence and agrmulture,.al 1 business people and all oth-   start to register for the many he was runnerup for chain mn medicine ]ournansm eaucauon, ' enerous , r * " P" i wore a vhite Iballerina-len'gth] " ",... . ' ..... ers to tvare of strangers try-   g p izes being offered m 1957 reLtgmn, aeramre, eamy sew " mm ea ,own and carried a bouauetl " " ' "lin to pull this age-old trick of   * " y r. I '  nd loneers business, rhea- ::.. As the number 16 man in of nink roses I,lers a p , , . i gettmg some easy mone It s   The Farmers and 'Merchants steer wrestlin. Jim Tescher will "-" " 'try aviation, law ann military : Y" - Bank has erved " g, Miss Vtrgmm Wutzke, the mmdl ,. talways the same, basmally, stay I   .... residents of enter in ,place of Big Bill (The of honor wore a lavendar form- service. ]the technique differs with the   uomen Valley County for a total King) Linderman who is 14th. al and carried a 'bououet of! Interested citizens are invited individual crook attempting to I   of 52 years continuously, and is , " ' J  "l su esfions wire a snor , usu ro Lmderman is to ,be arena .drec- white carnatmns. Rest man was to real gg " for  pull ,t o%f successfully. I   ..1 Y P ud of thmr record dur- tor, so cannot compete, l Lester Linssen Ibiographcal ,paregralm each l   mg the depression years. This will be the initial post- The bride was -raduated from 'nmintin to members of the D .... ,] "IJ,IL,,    - , season "play-off" for cow/boy Nonfinol r,,,t, h'h h,l ,t Corrmaission or direct to the Sec- |IU|'U IUI|" t   |Henn.]r. contestants. All told, 69 of them ten"dl-,))STl"an/'is'now"e-m;loq;- retary at Box 803, Bismarck, N. -- . : __ . j   i;'"',':'"%v"M. ' 00u%Z SNTy Zatar00 T002jo}: Dak register At .each'   l'2ill;Ija|hSnn? 2aregXa2 S Alli- against an all-American team of graduated from Bismarck high bucking stock, selected from all school, served in the U. S. Navy, the nation's rodeo strings, land is employed at the Lyon's I Hamburger Stand, Bismarck. Need :Blood For The newlyweds are at ,home Fairfield Girl i in Bismarck. It'll %e Christmas in bed again "rgemmuer'-'-''1 Day" Is this year for a pretty teen-ager Monday, Dee. 21 who lives on the amily farm atbout 5 miles east of ,Fairfield. The day of Dec. 21at is "IX She hopes it's the .last. IT" day for N. D., according to Vicki, daughter of '2&. ,=d 2.1:s. Mrs. Win. Glade, ChriAmas :Mike Dutchuk is finally'winnin Sale Chairman of Billings CoUrt- an 1:1 year 'battle against the ty. dreaded'disease, 9olio ! Each year a reminder day is The girl, now 14, has recently  set aside'bY the County Chrmtmas come home from the University Seal Committees of the q. D. hospital in Minneapolis. She is TB and IHealth Assn. to tell hSose in a solid cast, from her neck to who have not sent in their Seal below her hips, following sur. 'l Letters that now is the time to gory on her spine, which doctors do so before taking that holiday hope will let the girl live out a normal life. She must be in bed for 5 or 6 months, when she will be given a "walking cast" The main concern of the fam- ily at present is the need for six pnts of blood, to replace that which was used during surgery in Minneapolis. Her parents ex- plain that the ,blood is the big tem. leither is able to give any at the present time and would like to have six donors. The blood could he aken at t. Jos,s' hospital and would be credRed: to the Minnekp0iis blood bank. Any type could be used. Hews" Correspondents Please send your news in early this coing week, Christmas week, as the employees of the Golden Valley News and illings County 'Pioneer hope to be a*ble to get the ,larger-than-usual Christmas edition out early enough so they can ,be with their families on Christmas Eve. Thank you. Basketball Schedule 1959-1960 DeMORES HIGH SCHOOL )ec. 18 Gladstone here Jan. 5 South ,Heart there Jan. 8 Sentinel Butte there Jan. 12 Beach "B" here Jan. 15 Golva there Jan. 19 Versppi here Jan. 2'2 Lefor here Jan. 26 Senti'nel Butte here Jan. 29 Gladstone there Feb. 5 Versippi there Feb. Fryburg there. Come out and help the teams win! .SHOPPING WtEK LEFT vacation. Chrisbmas Seals are used to finance worthwhile programs m tuberculosis control throughout N. D. Once a year an appeal comes thru the mail in the form of a gayly colored envelope and a letter with Christmas eals. Everyone is urged tO answer his Christmas eal Letter on 'DO It" Day. Roosevelt Park Oil Well Good The Shell Oil Co., and the Northern IPacific Railway Com- pany's wildcat oil well, %he 32- 15 ,P, recovered a good flow of oil last Wednesday, in the first production tests of a wildcat in this section of western ,N. Dak. The wildcat, located about midway between the north and south units of the Theodore Roosevelt National Memorial Park, is in :McKenzie County, joining Golden Valley County. Owners of the wdl stated they were going to recommend to the IN, D. omenclator Committee, that the new pool be named the Rough Riders field in honor of th 9 men who fought ander the late President Theodore Roose- velt durirg the Spanish-Ameri= can War. Sent. Butte Man's Bucs Win No. 3  total of 413 persons register- ('Bsmarek Tribune photo)son, da.ughter of "Mrs. John W. ......... , ....... which were set at a meeting of Allison of MorNlton rk ea at me xormer .lvlnler %rocery , A . and V;J., -  - ............. the North Dakota Rodeo Assn 'Mr Howard Alexander Store on cemra, xve. lan ., held "in ' WIoum . r...a...00ven.ne for the 00ach Bu00s easb dr..- Beulah Sunday were married Wednesday. ing, which was the second such ! A'bottt 50 persons attended the 25, 1959, in the Cha,pel of Lovers The ,each Bues barely bested drawing ,held here this Yule sea- meeting held in the city hall, Lane :Methodist Church, Dallas, ,Halliday last Friday ;v:nigaat son. De} hme Barthel was thelW::ehntle 3 rodeo committees rep-iT:xjs, d TheR:verehony was per- Halliday in a lo - o " g " lrs. 'P " ' " I Y T omas J. Shpp. ,)layed under somewhat otherlwinning first name for the 2:001 The next meeting of 't,he assoc- Mrs. Thomas Shipp and Ralph Randle of Dal than ideal conditions for basket- p,m., drawing; she is a Golva iation is scheduled tentatively for . las were the at- ,ball. This may have been the resident..Mrs. Ewald Johnson of Sunday, April 3 at Garrison i tendants. reason for the 30-28 score even  BeaCh was the lucky name so-'. " ' :Mrs. Mourn is a graduate of sdter an over-hme permd, t.t for the 3.00 oclock draw-,.qehdldha Paha :. ornlton hlg-h :ol and at- It was a heart-breaker for Hal ling, and Stanley *Peplins.ki o! thel_" . ":"  ...v . ]encted )ra/n RusineSs:C01. liday who had the carpet pulled rUmra.1 :ir:2e, was the third, or 4 lulnlc for wounty I logeoti2eaOf. 2VIr. Alfred oum Out from under them after lead-iP. " ". I i , 5L D., the bride- ....... 1" .... " n--.--': "s re Iave you had all of your polio groom is a graduate of the Un ing all the way on men" own .he u,, u..w,% a made ' . i- ..... " - ' "-- - -: - s'  e eneros shots9 The suggested guide for versity of N D Law School an court. vne ucs again nan a - cos ble through th g u . . . . d ,, contributions of Beach merchants mmunuzatmn ths yea by the s a member of the N D ficult ime doin anything cor- I " " ' ........ " 1   ' r . . and ...... --  ..... *- ....... *o- ,a.^ vlaernai ann L3nlld To,tare exas uar He ractlced law t rectly. Doug oonnson pusaea re,who uonam me ,m,,:: ,  ta,=  . P ' 'n three w 1 r win s In n ommttee of the State Medical Beach  D fo seve the 'Bue 28th point in the waning] eek y d a " g, " a ...... " . .... ral years. moments of the game and sent effort to stimulate Christmas Assocmuon and the State Dept. After a wedding trip to New it into' an overtime period, i shopping at home. I of Health is as ,follows: . Orleans the couple will reside In this reprieve stanza, ,big AI! Apparently local stores are qet- Second shot  4 weeks after' at 5648 Loring Drive, Dallas, Texas. Hardy scored the winning basket!tiny their share of the Yule giftthe first shot. for theucs. The only other pos-'trade, tbut selections are still[ Third shot -- 7 months after .-. sble (briht spot was the six very complete, and almost any the second shot. i l'|YS To Calif. For points Douglas scored from the article you may have in mind[ 'First Booster -- i year laterr_, , free throw line. He also addedlcan be purchased here, or if it followed ,by boasters every two yarner s Rites one field goal to make a total of s very unusual, can at least belyears th kft_r, Atty. Orrin Lovetl of Beach eight. .]ordered Iby each businessmen,' The nJ :o, smallpox and ,boarded a iFrontier Airlines @lane Hardy.was hi.gh scorer with 13iand special orders are said to!DpT Clinic S tentatively ached-at Glendive, "Mont.. last Wednes- for the Bucs while tBoele and.be receiving swift attention these'uled for Wednesday, Jan. 27, at day, afternoon, Dec. 9, and chang- Eagle had 8 apiece for the losers, last days before Christmas. t BeaCh. Shock your local 'news- ed to an express plane at Salt Beaeh had 9 fouls calle4 ,on-;flaegt. : There will be no drawings this ipaper for further notice. Lake City, Utah, for South Pas- and IHalliday committed 17' in-Sat, as the iFarmers & :Merchants I The next polio .clinic in Me-adena, Calif. to 'attend private fractions. Bank ,will be holding their an-ldora is scheduled for Tuesday funeral services for his father, This coming Friday night, Dec. lnual Open iHouse. ,Be sure to vis-iJan. 26, 18 the 'Bues will tangle W}t,, it them. for free gifts and regist-  i Mr. Harry B. Lovell The latier succumbed on Tues., Rolla, at each. The Bead, 'B er for cash prizes to be given Rilllno- , (v,ar Dec. 8, of the effects of a heart team will llay a scrimmage avay that day. ead their adv.t' ...... e _". "-'--'--* attack there, after 'being taken ,game as the preliminary. While[on another page Also plan tolBond Sales Ouotn not much is known about the attend the XGI's Pancake and] , -4, ---- ill on Thanksgivng Day. ,Details of the last rites will not be ealibre of the Rolla eam, reportslSausage dinner on Saturday at] 'Billings County reported sales available until Atty. Lovell the 1 Serwn of E and H savings bonds re- have it they are tough Beach ,Beach Legion -Ial. " g " ' turns to Beach, expected to be after ae last two outings should will begin at 11 9.m. All you amounting to $6,581 for Nov.," sometime tater this week, Ibe due to play the type of ball we know they are capable of, and a good contest should 'be in store foz  Yriday nite. Parking has become a serious problem at the ball games and i the ,Letteamn's Club under the supervision of ,Patrolman Dietz and Officer Lorenz will handle the parking prior to the game. These people ask your kind cooperation in helping to over- can eat and no waiting. At 4:30 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 19 the XC's will hold hheir dranv- ing for their ,miniature Corvette at the old "Miller Grocery bufld- ing. i There will `be another free 'children's show Saturday after- noon, Dec. ;19, at 2 p.m., at the Bijou Theatre. Children's Free Mrs. "M. C. Boicourt of Relfield said, "and brings its sales for D the year to $72,596, or 166.4'/, Santa Claus ay of its $43,618 goal for 1959". !At Golva Dec. 21 'Billings County is one of the top ro counties in North Dako- Santa Clau.- will be in Golva ta with greatest percentage of on Vlonday, Dec, 21, at 2 p.m. at sales over its 1'959 quota. Present the Golva Town Hall. Everyone is sales figures for .Billings also ex- invited to come, as there will ceed its sales of savings bonds be a free movie, prizes, and free for any year since World War toffee and donuts. Remen/ber .H. tle date, Monday, Dee. 21. come this pr>blem. 'Show Dec, 23 Sentinels Defeat  Mr. and Vh's. Roy Walz, owners Song Played At DSTC Marrnarth Quint of the IBijou Theatre in Beach :will give a free show for child- I ............ ls ren on Wednesday, Dec. 3, start- " 1 , The entlnel lutte ennne A song St l As The Nlght, in m w ' ' '[ ..... "=" "" e " g pronpfly at 2 p.. This "II vehose music was composed bytrcacnea'OY?Tanc)stVlUl-ian'i't ta:rmarnva provide the youngsters with some .l ieama ne r ames (Jim) ,Riden.hower of[  " ...... " at entertainment during Christmas i Sentinel Butte, was a featured] team a emet o*U4etoa  .ivacation, which starts after the selection at the concert of the/mY h Y a. "" " ' "" rs .close of school on Friday Dec S m honic iBan, nt th, qrav Hall The benunms met me wmto ,,,L ' ' Y P ' -' -  "'" " "- " n ou Auditorium of the Dickinson at every quarter stop holding a . ' 'State Teadlers College, Diekin- 11 to 7 .lead at the end of the SLEC'rIvE SERVIE OFFICE son, this IVIonday eve, I)ee. 14. fires quarter and a 23 to 10 lead!TO OPEN IAN. II The ,Selective 'Service Office of Helen Larson, contralto, was the soloist. 'Mr. Bohm wrote the words to the song. Jim is a jun- ior, and a music major at the ITC, and his song has `been surly in ublic on several other occasions. ,He is Vhe son of Mr. and tMrs. ob Ridenhowar of Sentinel utte. Holidays In Calif. -- Mr. and @Irs. Roland PuLlin and son of Sentinel Butte lef this *Wednesday, to spend the :holidays with Mrs. Pullin's par- ents, Mr. and Mxs. A. L. (Martin, at 'Sherman Oakes, Calif. at half time. Jimmy Olson for the Sentinels I Beach will be closed from Dec. was the high scorer of the nigh 118,1 1959, until January 11, 1960, with a total of .four field goals,according to informmtion releas- and four free throws or 16 led by K. Rtby Kipp, of the Is- points, followed by Ronnie Diez ca[ office. The office will open with four field .goals and three at 8 am, on ,Monday, Jan. 11. ..free throws. L. Grow was high_ _ .:. !' " " ld Gala To aluamia -- or his ten with 2 fie g . ..... f r a total Mr. and ,Mrs. Russell oyes anct "t ree tarots o ,left by car last week or pointsl Looks Like A Green Christmas of 11 poLrtl. ----" The next home games for the in Calif. They are thinking of Just to zive you an idea of the ,Beach 'Park. We had some bcating there if Russell finds how warm and un-North-Dakota- very cold weather here in earl. Sentinels will e this Friday and something to his liking. The like our weather nas been these fall apd now it looks as thoug Saturday hen they play Fry- Noyes lnvo children, Bruce and last few weeks, we show the life-: e present mild temperatures burg on Friday nght and Lefor on Saturday night. The games Karen, are being cared or by size Santa Claus and his helpers will continue indefinitely. are scheduled to start at 8 p.m. Mrs. E. M. Hanson. standing in me green grass of