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December 22, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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December 22, 1960

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i THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAL MERRY CHRISTMAS Farquhar Rites FREE Held In Tacoma is cordially invited to attend the free show to 'be held at the Services were accorded George Bijou 'Theatre this coming Sat- A. Ferquhar, former Beachite, in urday afternoon, 'Dec. 24th. The Tacoma, Wn at the St. Matt-show on Sat Dee. 24 will be hew's Episcopal church, on Nov. "The Lone ~Ranger and the Lost 25, 1960, with Rev. John Yaryan City of Gold." i officiating. Cremation was atI ' . Iwel.fl, h Night, qubar succumbed at Puyallup We worked as a signal maintain- er for the N. P. Railroad during the years he and his family re, --"t End .o b, 0f Yul Sea on ,Ina, 5 sons, Kenneth, Garrison, Mont Robt Aberdeen, George, e S Mt. Vernon, William, Auburn, Tw !fth Night,"vr Epiphany, is and Lt. Comdr. Lawrence Far- marked, withmany customs, cere- quhar, with the Navy in Germa- monies and legends throughout ny, 2 daugl~ters, Mrs. Lola Cow-the world. French and Swiss chil- ley, Cody, Wyo and Mrs. Lovelldren, for example, look forward Howard, La Grande, Ore and to the pastry they receive on 14 grandchildren. The late Mr. that day in which u bean, coin Farquhar was a member of the' Sunset Lodge No, 88, A. F. & A. M at Beach, N. D and of the Brotherhood of R, R. Signalmen of America. Roy's Movie News Something special is going to happen to you and your neigh- bars, when you attend the per- forrnance of a wonderful motion picture at the Bijou Theatre. You will forget the headlines of ~e day, your bills, your pills, and the tensions of the time as soon as you meet a wonderful young lady named POLLYAN~NA. You will also meet her friends on both sides of the tracks. You will dance amid the fireworks at a big fair . . . and recall a wonderful feeling that is simply known as happiness. If you will ask anyone about ~YANNA, I am confident that they will say, "This one is some- thing special, and you will be glad that you brought the whole Sam/Jy out to enjoy it. Here From Calif. -- ,Roy Halstead of Fresno. Calif arrived in Beach Tuesday, Dec. 20 to trarrsact business. He flewi from Fresno to Billings, Mont.I and took a plane fl-om there to Glendive where his brother in law, Lee Summers met him. Bo~hI men left for Fresno Thursday, I Dec. 22 where Lee will visit for~ severed days. or china figure:: is hidden. Who- ever gets the prize is crowned king of the fa~. Epiphany means "appearance" and commemorates the visit of the Three Wise Men to the infant Jesus: Their arrival was proof to believers that Christ the Sa- vior had been born. The visit is told in Matthew 2: 1-2=-"Now when Jesus was born in Bethlehem of "Judaea in the days of Herod the king, behold there came wise men from the east to Jerusalem, "Saying, where is he that is born King of the Jews? for we have seen his star in the east, and are come to worship him." Early Plays During the Middle Ages, Epi- phany, or Twelfth Night, was commemorated with plays pre- sented in churches. Solemn ob- servances largely diz~ppea-'ed in Elizabethan England, and they became a time ~or revelry. Shakespeare's "Twelftl: Ni~-hl/' reflects this mood. It was p:ob- ably presented in a command p~'.fcrmance at Whitehall Palace on January 6, 1601, according to hls%orians. Today child "kings" crowned with golden paper coronets roam the streets of Europe on Epipha- ny, singing hymns and carols. In Italy, millions of children awake to find their stockings filled with presents from La Bcfana, the good-hearted witch who takes the ] place of Santa Claus, Miss Universe Calls Savings Bonds Symbols of Peace for Linda Bemenr, S~t Lake City, Utah, beauty shows a gift packet Savings Bonds available free s~ banks. She urse$: 'Cdve Savlnp Bonds for Chmtmas. You don't have to worry about % shape or color. Th.ey come in sizes that suit everyone, are east to ~ and ma~e a gltt that lasts and ~grows. The,/are ~]~ of Pace aa every oona purchased helps mmnmln the see~r/~ d our country. Thb il one way we can g~ve expressmn to our patriotic feelings in th~ critical times. Buy your bonds at your bank, and receive a colorful i~ iacl free." NOTICE OF SALE OF IA%ND [ CALL FOB BIDS NOTICE IS H~Y GIVEN that Notice is hereby given that sealed under authority of an order of sale bids for scoriaing or graveling of Turkey Meat The Holiday Treat ,granted by the Judge of the C~unty roads in Billings County will be ac- Caught in and for the County of Bill-j cepaed by thee l~oa,rd of County "~~~ ~~i'~-::''*. :-:~:~:~;~!:~-~!~:-:~;~:::'"~" :~" - ings and ~tate of North Dakota,]O~mmis~ioners of Billings County, ~'::~~}~!:ii~:~ dated the 15th day of December, 1960, SVate of North Dakota. t~. :.": >:::' :~'" .:~: ::*:~,~,~"~: ~ the undersigned as the execue~or of1 Bids will specify the price on the th'e estate of Elizaoeux ~aquan, ae-~yardage basis for scoria and gravel, ceased, will sell at private sale for: and based on mil'es of hauling also cash, subject to the confirmation by cmrshed or pit run scoria or gravel. ~,he Judge of said Go#anty Court, the The enwelope of the bids must be following described realestad~e, to- marked "Bids for scoriaing and or wit: ] gr~aveling of Roads of Billings Coun- Southeast Quarter (SEV4) of [ ty. S~lon Twenty-four (24) in I Bids will be opened in the COm- Tow~p One Htm&t~t Thtr- I missioners Room in the Oom'thouse at ty-mvmm (IS7) Nozth of Bangs l Medora, North Dakota at 2:30 P. M. One Htm Itml (100) W~, Bill- [Mountain Stanad.ard time February ings Couml~t', North D~o~a. [8, 1961. The sale will be made on or afterI The Board reserves the right to ,the 12th d~y of J~nuary 1961 at 10:00 accept or zaeject any or all bids. o'clock in the A. M. of that day. 1 By order of th~ B~ard of Cz)un~y All bids must be in writing and Commissioners of Bd:llings County. shah be filed in the office of the Dated a.t M~l~ra, Ni~rth Dakota Judge of said County Court at the. this 16th day of December, 1960. Court HoUSe in the Village of Me-[ S/ Daniel Osadchuk ~ :!< dora, North Dakota. ] Daniel Osadehuk ~z". -',: i~i~i~ Coun, ty Auditor 1 D~0ted this ,15th day of Decemher,[ ::: ~!il}}!iii:::~:::i Billings County. ~i!i!i~ win C hler,Dec Executor of the Estate of[ ~ed~zabe~ Paquln, Deceas-1 CALL FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed (Dec. so ~) bids for the renal of Road Building ~ ~ and Road Maintenance equipme~,t will be accepted by the Board of County Roast turkey with all the fixin s the ultimate holiday treat ~: Notice is hereby given t~at sealed Commissioners of Billings Ck>tmty, for Americans. The tantalizing aroma of a luscious pair of roasted bids %o furnis~ propane gas for the B4ds m%ust specify the prices on Court Kouse of Ballings (~nty at the hou~rly and the yardage basis: thebirds will draw everyone to the table the moment the call comes Medora, North for 1961 will be ac- envelope of the bids must be mark- cepted by the Board of County Clam- ed "Bids for Rental of Road Building missioners of Billings County. land or Road Maintenance." ~id~ will be opened in the Corn- Bids will be opened in the Com- missioners Room in the Ckmrthouse at missioners Roon'x in the Courthouse at By order of the B4oerd of County Commissioners of ]~i:llings County. D~ted a,t 1V edora, 1V~h Dekota this 16th d~y of December, 1~). S/ Daniel Os~dchuk Daniel Osadchuk County Auditor Billings County. (Dec. Z2-29) Me