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February 18, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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February 18, 1960

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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAK. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 18, 1960 { The Fryburg News n~ay be left in the ehurc~h ,base- vcffbial rainy day, bu,t for rne belie~'e most farmers realize we men, t. crop year v~hen it doc'sn"t rain. must somehow ,revise our wheat Mr. and Mrs. John J. Gregory ~Mr. and Mrs. Harold Talking on The o~ Be,Lf, ie[d 'h, ave issued i~id~a- visited Mrs. E}len J'o~h,nson Sun. ~i~ns m the weddirLg of their p:m. chaughter ,Pa~tie .Ly ~rm and Ted ,Mr. and Ray Bow.en of Short Hlle~biehuk on Sunday, Feb. 21st Bel.field were Dickinson visitors Don When I was home last fall, a program to stop ~he cucther nmrtber ,of farmers ~0m~pi~ained build up o1' ~urpqu,se's. W~hether under .our present farm pro- to move in the direction ~" more gram, price su,pports didn't help i~trict prockl'o:%n oonCro:s and vdhen ,there was no crop, and .hig~her price mtpporlts, as was there was no vcay to catch up IprovJded in fast year's v aeat "rmw I'm 6 years old and can t~wed ,by a general discussion, offanized %h,an those vCho pay farm vote ,and beir~g an quite a few vahm~ge possessions go %o ,sdhool" was a guest in Mzs. Cora Coo was appointed the prhTmry room and ,took part as Chairman of the Fellowship in ~the Valentine party, ~Priday. Comm. and Mrs. Roger Newton The guests at the Matteson home was appoin~ted 0h, airman of the included ~VIr. and Mrs. A,tfred'rch World Service. An appeal /1V~a~te~n, u,M rs. Coy Cepely and is being made for good used NNMey ~nd t.Mrs. Harry Coulter bl,ankets to .be sen.t .to needy poe- and Cindy. I Ple in many cotmtNes. Blankets ~q~he bH'ls. It would help .to .hear ~,rom some .of ,t&~se who believe we s~hot~ld reduce ~e g~vern- men, t debt in ,these times of peace and .prosperity. Last season's drought pointed up ~e ~alue ,of ,hawir~g some- thing laid away, not for he pro- eleotion year. 'both parties are ibolor~ging to M.r. ~ Mrs. Rich- jockeying for an advan~geous ard Moore and some of Alice's. position. Sometimes *he welfare 'I~e fire started from acon of the farmers is not the primary ,heater. The Moore's' hired man eonsi.devation. To further con- slept in the house, which was fuse the sguation, i,t is pretty the reason the building was heat- di~icul to determine w.hat the ed. Luckily ~he 2ire did not farmer himself really wargs. It break out a .nigh,t, i TRAGEDM i! I ! i If you picked up your paper tomorrow and read that disaster had wiped out the state of Kansas, killing 40,000 people, injuring every one of the state's 1,905299 population and causing a property and economic loss of about $4,000,000,000, it would be a national calamity. But when that disaster comes day by day--killing hundreds, injuring thousands every day, year in and year out--the impact is lost because it didn't happen all in a sudden flash. That, however, is the annual toll of highway deaths and injuries and economic loss. 40,000 killed; 2-,000,000 injured; cost $4,000,000,000--in a single year. This greatest U. S. tragedy is caused mainly by reckless, speeding and drunken drivers, riding their super-powered cars over the nation's highways and byways. Clear skies and straight dry roads are the setting for three out of four fatal/mcldenats. Week-ends and holidays are the times of greatest danger--highest caSualty lists. S.aturday is the most dangerouts" day, Drivers in an a!coholio haze are a!imalor factor in swelling the mount ing death toll. . IWhaFcan be d ne Thirteen states with speed lnni.t%of: 50 miles or !essbut 26 p6r cent of !the devlin i18 .l r cent m one year. If that deelin6 had been hves would have been saved, 600,00ff less:;injuries. i 'i 6wn! name 6ff ". 4 ~,;5 :~. !/, "!~ ~x~::~ ~'~:v ~ ':'~ '"" ~'~ Ii S L 0 W t I V Y 0 U R I ,i ) .t~ 2;~ , i' of Mitzie's or that Mitzte should know the pleasures of mother. hood. Now, however, it's time to find good homes for the pups. How to do it? Word of moutl~ is the amateur's best bet. Tell everyone willing to listen, about the .puppies Show them pie, tures. If you have one particu- larly good snapshot, have a number of prints made up to give' to prospective customers, If mama appears in the picture, all the better, for it will give an idea of how the pups will look when grown. Write pertinent In- formation on the back of each print, such as registered names of mother and father, field trial or dog show wins of each, and price. You might also advertise ia your local newspaper and/or pet magazines, although the latter generally carry a gen- erous list of puppies available at kennels, which means you're competing with professionals. Don't sell your puppies short Just because they're selltn~ slowly, don't drop your price drastically It's a peculiar quirk of human nature that if any. thing is cheap or for free, lt'a not generally tr0-.ted with the same respect and becomes lem desirable. Feeding Tip: Commercially prepared dog food such a~ Friskies gives your dog variety in both ingredients and form tte'll happily down such a top grade dog food day after day. ~ r~ i~~ ~ I NOTICE TO CREDITOI~S IN THE MATTER OF THE ~TAT]~ OF MABEL F. G-ODDAR~, DF ,OI~AS- El). Notice is hereby given by the un- dersigned, as Administrator with Will Annexed of the Estate of Mata~ F. Goodard, Deceased, late of th, e city of La .CrescenCa. in th~ count3 of Los Angeles. state of Cali~rnla. te the creditors and all 1oersons havln~ claims against the l~tate of said De- ceased, t,o exhibit them, with the necessary vouchers, to the Count~ Cou.rt of Billings County. North De, kota. in the city of Medora. In saR1 ooun~y and state, where such claim~ shall be filed within three monthi from the first publication of thi~ Notice. Notice Is further given that the Hen Alice Lobe, Judge of the Ck~unty Court within and for said count~ an~I state has hy Order fixed the i0th day of May 1068. at the hoax O4 2 o'~oek in the afterrmon o~ sam day, at the Court Rooms, in the C~urt House in the city of Modern in aaid County and ~tate as the time ant place for hearing and adjusting all claims against the Estate of said Deoedent which have been presente~I as hereinbefore provided, and ~ll persons interested in said eeta~ are required %hen and there %o sl~o~r cause why such claims should not he allowed, Dated January 24, 1960. Lawrence O'C~nnell L,awrene~e O'Cormell Administrator with WiE Annexed Lawrence O'Connell P. O. Box No. 973 Wlllislxm, Norrth Dakota Attorney for Administra.tor with Will Annexed. First publication February 4, 1961~. (F~b. 4-I I-,18) SALE OF STATE LAND The State of North Dakota will sell at public sale at 1:15 P. M. ,IV~ST) on the 8th ~ay of M~rch, I,O~0, a the front door of the Court House i~ Medora, North Dakota, the ~ollowing d~s~rtbed land: ~ou~west qtmrter (SW~%) of See- ~o~ Thirty six (36), T0~ nship One hundred ~tty one (~41) North, o4 l~nge Ninety eil~l~t (9~) West, {160 aer~ m~re or less accor~nt to Governme*~ survey) All coal, oil, natural g~as, ur~n- lure, gravel, clay, and other min- evais on-: or unfle~lying such SaM is re~el~ed by ~e Slate. Nk~t le~ thaa 20% of the purohase price must be ~at t.23e time of t~e ~l ~ . may be paid a% any wI~h mlnlinum ~a~f~"6%:, of t~e I)u~ price ar~ mu~lly. This lnclud~ interest at tlhe the ~ o~ "ohe role. w:nen fltml payment ~m been i~u~lle will Isat~e tO .the puT~hamer, l~;I~ a~y and ~!l' bldg ', 1 AW2X~ 1. scwMirrr, / ~3~mr~,~ in qhe S~L Peter's Luth. c~ur~h, on Monday. ,Mrs. Bowen, veho ~again under :prese.r~t acreage re- bill. or to rm con, trois ae.d low- HOW TO SELL PUPPIES Mz. and (Mrs. Fred Johnson is recoverir~g .from her recent Re~0~ Short strivtions. It ,is possible, under er price supports, bect~mes tahe By Bob Buttes were .dinner guests at ~/~e Earl i.llness had a oheckttp at rthe olin- It ,the present progl, am, to put basic quesOion. There are lots of PromlnentDogAuthorlty Jiot~ber~ kome Sunday ,some wlheat aveay for a year ~aria,tions ,in betwee~L 's~a, ~ as Your mother dog ha~ lust pr~ i.c. The t~resideI~t's State of the x~ert production is below n.orm- vhe .tw<~ori.ce or domestie a;- sented you with a lovely litter O~er guests were Mr. and Mrs. *i,he - a~t~vn ann t~a~ter L~UD a- , ~ u,n on message an