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7'~*'~'~" THURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIOHEER. MEDORA. N. DAJ MERRY CHRISTMAS ta Fong of Beach ~ ~.:.~. i. be,~ v n. v, ~,*,~. edible nuts was played. Sherm Mr. and Mrs. Emil Strand have Mrs. Bob Raisler and baby dau- kart, Lottic Priess and Roger ,Emar Fong went to manaan There was a large gathering Browafield won ,the prize for moved into Belfield for the win- ghter are also expected here for Szudera. ter. They are at home in one of Christmas, from Mich DEATHS Friday to meet Terry Fong and ~t the ~ilford Vanvig Ranch on F~aving the most correct. The the Havnvik cabins. 1 ~--"" Clarence Fasching infant dau- family who came from Okl, a. to Sat. e~ as a surprize par- Xmas story was presented with spend the holidays, ty f~r,M~lfor~, T~hey played whist Mrs. Roger Newton as narrator, Verna Thompson, daughter of A superior man blames him-ghter--Dee. 15, 1960 o ,Lawrence Tisor from Laurel, and were'$eryed a lunch by the Mrs. Vernon Thompson as "Voice Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Thompson, self; the inferior man bl,amcs Mont. visited his mother Mrs. Ed. has~ and. finished the even- of Revel.ation" and Mrs Verne studer~t at Jamestown college has others. Christmas Shop At Home King as Vome of Response". idays. She will return to James- na Tisor on Sunday. He arrived ing v~iti~g and left wisuhing," arrived home to spend the hol- -- ' on the morning train and left Mugs're, any more birthdays to Mrs. Loffelmacher, Mrs. Jim town on Jan. 2. I ~m~l[" for Laurel on the evening train cele~,0e. 'l~ose from Medora Olienyk and Mrs. SchleySchu- Mrs. Johanna Reul and Mrs. t ~~r~ who ,a ed the party were Mr Mrs. Ellen Osterhout who has ,~ : hrke were the candle lighters. E. C. Bredburg were guests of ~7/~'[~ ~[ ~A ann ~! ~,wm Elcn,norst, Mr ann The program ended with Mrs. Mrs. Scheer on dinner MondayI ~ ~mml been critically ill, is out of dan- :-:r' :-r. -, . 1 lvu's, matt l~tra anct ~tr. arm mrs. Conklin readin,g the story, "The evening in honor of Mrs. Scheer's ~ ~ ger ann may De ame to cave ~ o ,Lars Vanvtg. the hospital the latter part of ~, '~,~ as,~ ,o~,o, ,1-; Littlest Angel '. Mr. and MrS. tbirthday which occured on Sun. I ~ ~ ~,~.~ Newton were presen'ted with Mrs. S~heer is cook for the extraI ~ :~-.~- this week. [sholip~ in Dickinson on Friday many cards and a gift of money lgang stationed in the railroad l l.ouie Pelissier was a caller at ever~ir~ to purdhase something for theiryard . Best Wishes fl~e Bud Andersons on Saturday John.had Martin Hang of Dick- new home mrs. Lloyd Lmdbo went to, , evening. ~.tnson called on Mrs. Addle And- Ve~ne King and Ed Le Doux~Billings, Mont last Monday for ][or a Harry Roberts and Juanita Or- erson on Friday. motored to Fort Peck on Friday.'a checkup at the clinic. Very Merry gan were dinner guests at the In the evening they, in company Mr. and Mrs. Frank tteiser home of Mrs. H*aITiet Baysore with Mrs. Phil Tuss, attended spent Tuesday morningat the Christmas and attended the Xmas program the Barbershop program present- Schaff home in Belfield while - at the Congregational church in ed in the It. S. auditorium in Mr. and Mrs. Schaff took Mrs. Dickinson on Sunday. Glasgow. The men returned home Frank Heiser Jr. to Watford City. ~ ,Harmon Olstad came in from, Sat. A.M Mrs. Heiser jr. will join 2 other ' the ranch to spend the day with t ! MEDOtlK ~- ~ -~ --"~'~ ~7~ -'/=- -.~'/.- -- ~ ~ .~ .~ -- his mother at the tcougn tuners ' :. " " Roy A ton J~,hn~on l' ~;toc lotel on l*'rlaay "[ ~ ',' Dinner guests at the Lars Van- S ~I~DAY " - we~ e Mr and ~ 0 ~ m Christmas Worship ~. vlgson ~unaay " . " ~ ;." " Mrs Thorvald Vieland of Beach '? ~" " ; I" I ' MEDOIIK UNION and Mrs Viola l;ayann Mrs coN = . : "~ " q~ItEGIITIONAL CIIUIICH ~ m r lary ~llnam ,~2, - ] ~ i~Y.~,'. I,(~~ blF~l.~11| Mr and Mrs Alfred Schwartz" ~ " - t ' I ~|3LOF of Belfield are leaving this week SUNDAY for Roseburg, Ore. to spend the~10:30~.a m Worship Service. J~ holidays with their son Warren (~-I~PM.A~ 'SU'~DAY I~ and family 'Sermon: "The Messianic Prince" ]~ Dick Bird who is attending the Text:-Cralatians 4:4,5 ~'~- School of Forestry at Bottmeau Special.Christmas music. ~= arrived home Saturday evening 10.3~ a.m. Special Christmas" :[or the Christmas vacation. I servi6e. Celebrate the birth of ~. Mr and Mrs. Lars Ganvig were Chvist by attending Divine Wor ~ at the hospital in Beach Thursday ship on !-Its Day. 4g~ for their final cold series ~mts. Help keep CI-H~rST in CHRISTmas Mrs. Mary Gilham went to Beach l m Released From Hospital with them to do some shopp" g. : " "-- ,en froml Mrs Emma Wojahn was ~e ~~~~ Mr. and Mrs. Vic Stig e 1' i " " "" c nty ~eleased from the Pres 'Fai~rfield called at the Earl Birds" " - I )yterian Hospital in Denver, Cole on ~unaay. ,and is OW.Mrsat homeMaynardwithBurvher ~ t~ ,rts ! ,l)mner guests at the L. G. ~da "" - -" Mr and ugmers, tillaa ann 5opnla bne ~rewns on ThUrS. were . had l~e ': h ' 7 ospltallzea for sever- Mrs Bud Clouse of Golva, Mr l .~ .' '~atwe~, a~ter having nip sur- an(l Mrs. AlIreu ~cnwarrz ironl "*er- ~' ' ,Belfield and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne is ~" ~*" :, Mallory. 'Baby ~------ " Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Fritz Mr a-n~ SALES were super guests at the Bud " tinel Butte area became "~ ~I~ of Andersons on Friday evening. ~the parents of a baby girl born a~,~ Kenneth Hoger from New Salem to them~-'~iday evening, Dec. 16 ~t visited at the Lestcr Wisors on at t'he |ohnstone Memorial Hos- WE WILL CLOSE AT 2:00 p.m. WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28 TO COMPLETE Sunday. l pitai. S~ weighed 6 lbs. 13 oz. "~ Mrs. J. C. Rasmussen has re-at birtl~".'and has been named SALE PLANS ceived a card from Mrs. Ella Pamela ~,~bene. The Burys have Meyers who is a resident at the ov~e oth~~ bhild, a boy. home for the aged at Townsend,' ~'~' Mont. Mrs. Meyen~s anti her hus- WaNTE]~'[~.~ Reliable party to ~ ~~~ ~~ -~-:--= "'--~ ~" band, George, resided in this' take~verhist, few payments of S COA S ! LA S R S,~ community for many years and'~e$8'92s-~e~g /a 1960madhine.Singer Slantomat-To see: ~ LADIE T DIE D ESSE t~I~n~l~li~!:i:~,~ ~ll~,~, ~ ~I,~',~,~ i~:l'"i~' " write, Credit Manager, Box 316, Complete line of.winter coats: Racks of fall and winter dresses in Wool tweed; sohd colored wools; . wool. acetate blends; nylon and . and fur trimmed, all sizes, wash 'n wear dark cottons. SUNDAY, MONDAY. T! SDAY $39.50 to $125.50 $17.90 to $12.90 DECEMBER '5"%6" ' NOW $24.00 to $75.00 NOW $6.00-$8.00-$10.00 'IF BETH Ore V^X a SUNDAIv - ~MONDAY - TUES L =---.--=.F. -~FRI SAT. ~~ ~ ~0 ~ ,:f Week Around Medora I The Fryburg News Germanyy Ung womento joinWh theirWillhusband.g to HOSPITAL NOTES who are in the serwce there. BrRTH~ Mr. arid Mrs. Einar Fong and w~re h~'e dta'ing the time that Mr. and Mrs. Roger Newton Fred Johnson went to Beach Mrs. Johanna Reul visited rel- Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Bury, Mrs. Gertrude Connell were din- Thegdo~ Roosev elt, lived here. were guests of honor Thursday on Tues. a.m. where he submit- atives in Belfield on Sunday. Sentinel Butte, girl. ner guests at the Gene Fongs Tl~ough she is now 95 years of evening when members of the ted to a checkup at the clinic. I ~r. ann Mrs. Clarence Fasch- m Dickinson Sat. night. Other age, memory is still good Presbyterian church with their Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Buzal- Here From Calif. -- ing, Beach, girl. guests there were Mr. and Mrs. and ah~ would like to hear from pastor, The Rev. Robert Conklin, sky of Amidon and Miss Marcel-] Lt. and Mrs. "Mick" McCut- SISRGERY Terry Fong and two girls, all of h~" old time friends, and family gathered at the spaci- la Reul visited at the parental ehan arrived in Beach from Cal. Miss Marlene Morgen, Wibaux Leslie Conneils were visitors Sclmal .will close for the hol- ous new home for the Christmas home on Sunday. .last Sunday, Dec. 18, to visit her N'EW ADMISSIONS idays ~n Friday. The Christmas party and housewarming. A 7:00 Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bredburg mother, Mrs. Helen Raisler and Mrs. Ed Olson Jennie Elkins, . at Einar Fongs Sunday afternoon, program will be held at the town p.m. dinner was served followed were dinner guests at the Clar- other relatives, and the Lt's Elaine Baird, Kelly Tasker, Steve parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mc- Baranski, jr Carl Carlson, Kevin Also there were: Gene and Brad- hall 0,a" Thumday even.ing and by a short program. A guessing ence Thompson home on Sunday. Cutchan, all of Beach. Mr. and Fumeman, Mary Hollar, JohnDu- ley For~g, Denni~ Schulz and .Gre- the se~0ol Christmas party will game involving the names of THURSDAY, FRIDAY, & SAT. DECEMBER 29-30-31 9 NO SHOW ON SATURDAY MER~Y CHRISTMASI ~m,day n'~ee at 2:00 p.m. SI{OWS AT 7:30 l~A~' ~OY~ MOVIE ~S Ladies Hats . Ladies Blouses,Mens Shirts = Comnlete line of fall and } Wash 'n wear cottons, Sport shirts- and dress = winter velveta dark plaid cotton and,shirts in nationally ad- Were- $3.95 to $5.90 fancy nylon,& cotton, vertised brands, all sizes t Were $3.95 to $5.90 Were $3.95 to $5.90 = to $3.50 ] $2.57 to $3.77,$2.57 to $3.77 = N'S = Slacks, Shirts, Blouses, Other Clothing Too- Numerous To Mention All Reduced , Children s Coats Lodies Sweaters Jewelry Wools and P!aids Wool and Banlon Necklaces, Earrings, In Broken S zes. In Broken Sizes. Bracelets and Pins $10.00 to $19.00 $3.77 tO $5.77 57c to $1.13 =