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December 29, 1960

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VOLUME XXXVI m MEDORA, BILLINGS COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1960 NUMBER 31, the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stockwell of Beach, Mrs. i Anna Lardy, the bride's grand-~ mot~her, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lardy, all of Cornelius. Ore and several from Ariz Nev. and Calif. COIN & STAMP CLUB TO MEET JAN. 8th ~n~tead of holding the coin and stamp meeting on the first Sun. i of the month, the MonDak Coin~ arid Stamp Club has postponed their meeting date to the follow- ing Sunday, Jan. 8, because of the New Years Day holiday. WXI ~gll OF CHORD MRS. MORGAN '~ ANNOUNCED Church of Canada. 18 months The winner of the chord organ ago Rev. and Mrs. Morgan came which was given away last Sat south to Beach where they ac- Dee 24 at 4:30 p.m. at the Coast cepted the pastorate of the EUB to "C~mJt Store was armounced Church. flhiS w~ak. The name selected ~t ~ Wednesday, their many "the time of the drawing was that friends in Beach helped them of H~oId Lowman of Sentinel celebrate their oilver wedding. ~utt~ They attended 'open house' at the ~=~~ parsonage in their honor and ~,~Ax m~. ~-~- " hreet" -- ~ ~,~A= = showered them wit g mgs ~r,~,~r.~ ~ A ~-,-,-- v,-~o,A ~ifts a ~ ,;o a cake bemtti S~ ,-. 1 d zed the fu ly ecorated, occup" cen- Jan, o --- a~ haynes, 'ter of the table, and the festive Jan. 10 --- Medora. atmosphere, with the tree, and Jan. ~ ~ramon --" " the ~ouches of red and green and dan -( L/olva "-- silver made the occasion one to Jan.20 -- at Scranton ~--re--- "-r-~ f " ue memoe ea or years to Jam ~1 -- ~outn Heart. come. Jam ~ --- at LeLfor Feb. 4 --- at Rhame. BABY DAUG4-ITER Feb. 7 -- at Golva. A dark-haired baby~,h daughter, Feb. 10--Lefor. named Jennifer Lyn, weighing Feb, 14 ~ Gladstone. 8~ lbs is a new member of the ---------~---------------- family of Mr. and Mrs. Lowell LONgHORnS--- Christensen, joinin~t them on Jan. 3 ~ Golva. Thursday, Dec. 2'2. Mrs. Christen- 3an. 10 -- at Sentinel Butte.sen recently resigned her teach- Jan. 13 -- at Gladstone. ing position'in the Lincoln Ele- Jan. 20 --- at Golva. mentary school, where she taught l Jan. 27 -- at Lefor. 3rd grade. Mr. Christensen is the Jan. 31 -- at South Heart. science instructor at the Beach Feb. 3 --- Taylor. High School. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brown i. well clothed and tho they are Beach. lacking in a nutrious diet they~ Mr. Nelson and his youngest also impress one as being fairly son. Dennis, were both killed in- well fed. As we drove in from stantly in a car and train wreck the .airport in a rebuilt '53 Ply m downtown Beach. on Wednes- one could Rot help but wonder day morning, Dec. 21. at approx- as to who was responsible and imately 8:22 a,m. Those who were no doubt garnered a fair profit honorary pallbearers included from the very evident sale of C~arence Ballard, Dominic Ku- Seeps. They appeared to be re- kowski. William Melvin, Fred built military but the vast numb- ~Toll, Howard Wenberg, Ronald ers astounded one. One could say. Johnston, Chester Oas, Johnny ~hat literally thousands upon Michels, Raymond Noyes, Win. t.housands of them are moving Bruski, Dr. C. A, Bush, Sam abou~ the streets of Seoul. ~flamidt, Kenneth Abraham and Iotel accomodations in Seoul Ralph Doubles. were not real attractive, and t~eI Mr. Nelson is survived by his large walls around all the build- wife, Mrs. Adeline Nelson, two ings didn'~ lend to a real feeling sons, Pfc. Danny Nelson, station- of security. All along the walls ed at Ft. George G. Meade, Md were broken glass set in concrete and Delbert, (Butch) Nelson, and to hinder the prowler and the one daughter, Darlene. at home ga. tes to ~he hotel grounds were and 4 sisters, Mrs. Harry Arthurt erased at 10:30. This, I could of Absarokee, Mont Mrs. Robt. .unde.rsM nd, as the greatest prob-"Kimzey, Eagle, Idaho, Mrs. Ethel lem ,n Korea is the shortage of Worm, Pompeys ,Pillar, Mont power. No street lights,-no" nigh land Mrs Isabelle Hezel of Medio lights, and'a moving mass of cine Lake, Wn. His mother, Mrs. people all-day long and up URtil ;Iosephine Madsen, Centralia, Wn. the curfew at 11:00 and at 11:30 and 2 brothers, gels A. NeLson, anyone on the streets is taken Williston, N. D and Theodore into custody. This is about the Nelson, Cohanbus, Mont and only way they can hope to con- many other relatives and friends. trol the.movement of communist! ~Dennis Nelson is survived by l wm~'n me country. We think of ~his mother, Mrs. Adeline Nelson, Korea as a country that is noth-2 brothers, Pfc. Danny and Del- ing more than another of our lbert, a sister, Darlene, maternal relief or hardship countries, grandmother, Mrs. Albert Klein, s~hfle tl~m may be t~e, from the Beach, and paternal grandmoth- tanopomt o~ me u. b. tax-payer, er, Mrs. Madsen of Centralia, Wn. and I would say, that for the Dennis was a member of Scout most part tha~ many of our peo- Troop No. 20 at Beach, and was ple in responsible positions tend'an 8th grade pupil at the new to place too much emphasis on Lincoln 'Elementary Sohool at this aspect and I was and still Beach. am concerned as to the general~ Dennis Vern Nelson was born l attitude that our efforts, in some in Beach on ~une 17, 1947. (Contlnuect on Fage Four) (Continued on Page Four) / (