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m i BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER State Communities Receie Bettermen Awards Top: Civic Association members from Parshall accept their Com- munity Betterment award from W E. Keller of Mine(. a member of the North Dakota economic de- velopment commission. Left to right are Art Hedberg, Gary Lerberg, chairman of the Community Bet- terment contest at ParshalL Keller. Ernie Haugen and Tony Gratz. The award was for communities of 1.000 population and less. Middle: Members of the Rugby Community Betterment Committee eeceived their Community Better- ment Award from L. A. Schneider, director, North Dakota economic development commission. Left to right are Ray Friederick, Schneider, A1 Gronvold and S. J Gas(S, Mayor of Rugby. This was the middle population group award. Bottom: Minot' Community Bet- torment contest award was present- ed to Mrs. L. J. Palda, chairman of the Community Betterment com- mittee by W. E. Keller Others look- ing on are Glen W. Benson, presi- dent of the Minot Chamber of Com- merce, Mayor Maurice Harrington and W. R. Williams. immediate past president of the Chamber. The Community Betterment Con- test is sponsored by the North Da- kota Economic Development Com- mission and twenty-five local and outstate firms. These firms provide $7,500.00 as prize money Four(y-four North Dakota corn- munities entered the contest. cent of normal, was one per cent Approximately sixty North Da- below January and the lowest since kota Communities have notified L. 1938. Sheep were at 82 per cent of A. Schneider. director of the North normal, also down one per cent Dakota economm development corn- from a month earlier and the lowest mission that they are interested in since 1950. narticipating in the Second Annual ---C]-- Community Betterment ~ow uncterway. Contest Range Feed Conditions 'Poor Range feed conditions in North Dakota are at the lowest level in 11 years, according to the state- federal crop and livestock reporting service. On Feb. 1. range feed conditions were 61 per cent of normal, down one per cent from a month ago and the lowest for the date since 1949. Moderate to heavy snow cover has limited grazing to scattered areas in the southwest, and supplemental feeding is necessary in virtually all parts of the state. Supplies of roughage are reported short in the western two-thirds of North Dakota, and hay is being moved in from eastern North Da- kota and Minnesota. Adequate sup- plies of feed grains are generally available. The condition of cattle, at 80 per- Onsrud {hestions Aid of Indians State welfare director Carlyle On- srud voiced pessimmm this week in regard to solving the problem of obtaining federal aid for off-reser- vation Indians in northwest states. Onsrud has returned from Wash- ington where he and the North Da- kota congressional delegation dis- cussed the problem with department of interior officials. The North Dakota position is that off-reservation Indians should be cared for by the federal government until they establish residence in a county, by 12 months of continuous residence withaut public assistance. Refusel to grant assistance forces Indians back to the reservations where there is no work and worsens a deteriorating situation in Indian country, Onsrud said. The department of Interior, he Seed And Feed 5 Garry and }{odney S~ed Oat~. t~rity 99. 40%, (;ere[nation i*~;~ elean d and treatvd. 9~;e bushel hulk, $1.~6 bushel hagged. L. A. Renner. Route 6. Mandan. Diet 2035. 35-36-37 Inst~rance A ~'en cy, Dial lie 2-6t92 (}tlrney's GPlllliHe "Tall" Raial)ow F]hlt st~,(l Peril Tlli~ ['orll "~V~]S ()I'iL~- innted by /lS ill 1915 ]loavv yicbh,r, (lrotllh-resislHni add ,-xeelleni for fed- (1Pr tlnd ho~lrinl!- )ff. (Irows Ph,;ir [o ('al/yllta. ()n) $5!)5 ])(,r lql~llt,l }a i). IL "(;Inkton. Send yollr order to Gurney ~(~(1 and ~%" I I l's~ l'y ('eL Yallklofl I )ak. 35-36 For Sale: Rodnov feed oats.65c per btl~h,d Eugonl~ I{ S;I SSV-. l{(,tllah. N. I)ak 35 Purity 9!}.4{) %, Germination ~.~g% clean- ed and treated. 96(t I~llSlle bagR'od. I A. I',Pnner, Route 6,Mandnn [Sial 2n35 35-37 I,:ur ('orn forsaleli.I}.(~russing, Clara City, Minn 35 Business Opportunity 9 leer Sale---Apartment building in Steel Contains 3 apartments, doctor's clinic and beauty shop. Nice month- iy income. Write T. J. Ness, 216 7th St. SW Jamestown, N. Dak. 34-35 [,'or Sale: Due to health good going Ford & Oliver agency in good local- ity. Contact Sam Weisz. Ashley, N. I)ak, Phone: ATwater, 8-'~349 or at 8-3250 34 -35 For Sale: Cafe and hotel including living quarters. '2 pool tables and mostly new buildings. Very good busi- ness place, tile Branding ll'on Steak lIouse. See Mrs. Emma Schlender. Dodge, or phone Victor 6-4200 34-35 Trailer Court, 40 spaces, Inodern utility buildings, trailer sales lot. Rio Grands Valley resort town. $35,000, terms. KASHP'INI)F~R. Wichita Kans. 35 Prot~ne Gas Bulk plant selling BP to one million gallons yearly In Ne- braska. 3 county franchise. Write KASHFINDER. Wichita. Kans. 35 For Lease: Truck stop gas sta. bulk plant, cafe and living quarters. Orl a Y 1- mi from town in western Montana. exc,qlent potential, just right for a couple. Takes around $500.00 for stock and equipment. Write B. B Owen, Plains. Mont. Help Wanted 24 WANTED---Responsible person to take over 4 payments of $8.46 ou electric Singer sewing machine. Sitiches like new, fully guaranteed. Cash price, $30.00. May be seen in your locality. Write Time Pay, Box 851. West Fargo, 2 'Z Dak. 34-35 Auction 32 ANGUS AUCTION -- 80 Registered Bulls by State Association at Pipe- stone, Minnesota on March 4, 10:00 a. m. Free catalog from ClemChase. Plpestone, Minn. 34-35 Farm Equipment 4 1956 14 ft. Model 55 John l)eere ~}P colnbine autonlatlc header throwout, straw chopper, MIle flexo guards, Sund pickup. Looks good and reads" 1o go. $2995 WHIrodt Motor co. Cham- berlain. So, Dak. 34-35 MANURE SPREADER--Get the illus- trated facts on tbe low, easy to load Schultz ,'gpreadmaster. Tandem wheels eliminate trou blesomo Jack. Simple. strong construction with 1/4" roostercomb beaters See your Spread- master dealer or write p. O. Box 15, Bismarck, N. Dak. for complcte in- forma tion. 34-40 said, wants an agreement that in effect would make the county or state promise to be responsible for on-reservation care if the federal government takes care of the off- reservation problem. Such an arrangement, Onsrud said, could result in the state find- ing itself in charge of on-reserva- tions aid of considerable proportions in a few years. SEEKS l[~SC CERTIFICATE International Refineries, Inc of Minneapolis is asking for a Cert- ificate of Public Convenience and Necessity from the Public Service Commission to construct a crude oil pipeline from the Wiley Field, near Bottineau, to the Great North- ern rail siding or the SeeLine sliding at or near Maxbass. Schools provide an annual mar- ket for food of approximately $600 million. About 85 per cent is purc- hased direct15" from local mechants. the remaining 15 per cent Is donat- ed by the government. BABY//tAKES OEBtlg-,Film a~tor Richard Egai~ and hi=. wife, Patric/a, untie with pride ak their six-week-oid daughter, Patrlcta Marie, makes her debut In Hollywood, Calif. Mather is televis/on actress Patrlci~ Hardy. D~.d is a busy movie star. -/ SCULFIURING A MURDERER--John Calabro (top) works on bust of murder sttspeet who killed four persons in North Bruns- wick, N. J. At bottom are two views of the completed sculp- ture. Work is based on police sketches from descadpt/ons two wiineue~ and will be shov~ to persons in the lope that a ~dim~i~l likene~ will aid in po~U~ ldeDtlfleatioll. North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gets Resutts BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion-no ad less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 rnMimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and Mandan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Male Help Wanted 25 Registered Pharmacists contact Larry Brown. I~astgate Drug Co Inc Walla Walla. Washington 31-3~ Salesillan Wanted --- Have opening ia this area for sttlesIllan tO sell stock ill Sheyenne. AcceptanceCorpor- ation of Lisbon. NoT'th Dakota TId.~ will I)~ full-tlme work. ~Vrit,~ or phone: Twin t~ity Brokerage. Box 11C,2. Par. go, ~'. Dak. Phon~ No. All 2-33~9 24-35 Wanted To Buy 22 Wanted to buy: Used row crop tractor~ IHC H's - M's John Deers A's Fords equipment, State year condition end ~rice. Phone or write: Phone Wood- and 2-3405 Joe Merkel, Fordyce, Nebr Female Help Wanted 26 Wanted A woman to help care for my wife in our home. Rev. E. E Matteson. Wilton,N. Dak 34-25 Pets 13 Purebred Border Collies - English ~Yhepherds, heelers, watch clogs. Males. ~10.00: spayed females. $12.50; 30 days approval Charles Miller, Shick- ley, Nebr. 33-36 Livestock 7 Fifteen head of Campbell Bros. and Nebr Angus bulls at Auctlorl Feb. 20, Bowman. N. D. See us at Bow- man. 34-35 For Sale: Registered Angus bulls, 2 years and younger. Reasonably pric- ed. Buy your bull early while the choice is good. Goldberg Angus Farm. Box 584, Moorhead, Minn. 33-35 Echo Canyon ,~etland Colts for Sale, 200.00 each. JeannetteCont:,Hot S1}rings. South l)akota. 35 For Sale: Registered Guernsey bull calx Ps l to .I0 months old. Also reg- istere,land grade (;uem~sey heifer c~tlves. 1,959 D. H. I. A. herd average, :7o lb butterfat for 28 cows. Farm located ~ miles south of Valley City. William .I. Miller. Sheyennesith, Farnl Valley City. N. l)ak. 35 Farms For Sale 2 For Sale: I~arm l!~20 acres, i; tnIles south of Ahnont. N. D. All well watered. Also one quarter school land, 475 acres farm land, more could be broken ["rice $35. per acre. Pasture for 100 cows, more land if desired, all fenced and cross fenced Will split deal if neces~ry. W'. E. Bond, Al- mont. N. Dak. 34-36 Hay For Sale 35 70@0 bales alfalfa ha3'. first and sec- ond cutting, Lars Vik, Phone 44~1. Ada. Minn. 3g About 2 semi-trailer loads good up- land hay. 75e u square bale or $25.00 ~er ton CallC.O-5881 t. (?scalier. N. Dak. 35-36 For Sale 8 For 8ate: Will saci'ifi{,- this new %bedroom home, all oak floors, birch cabinets, full basement. 1.{wated in Napoleon, N. Dak. (?all BLS-Ogl6 Bis- marck North Dakota 35 For Sale Or Trade 18 For Sale or Trade Willys 6-Cylin- der l-ton 4-wheel drive l)ickup, Very clean. Erland Charles, Hancock, Minn. I)I-2-5354 35 Georgia is the 24th state, the 9th in 1959, to qualify as a modified- certified brucellosis area. FREDRICKSON ORTHOPEDICS, INC Artificial Llmlm - Stamp floeks Walkers - Wheel Chatm Repairs of All makes of LImk 1445 4th Ave. N. ADams S4~i? Fargo. N. D. FOR WOMEN Martha Bohlsen's famous "Kitchen Club" radio pro- gram is all about things women like to chat about. Tune in. It's fun and it's relaxing. On the air Mon- days thin Fridays. KFYR-RADIO - 550 Men thru Fri - 11:15 a.m. Personal 38 CARE FOR UNMARRI]gD MOTH~R~ Florence Crittenton Home 111 l~th St south. Fargo, North Dekota. Wrl~,~ superentendent for information. All In- ulrlee confidential. HELF FOR UNMARRIED MO'I~gP s counsel and nnrslng care. Wrf~ Hoa~ of Mercy, 1505 5th Avenue ~kmth, Pur~ North Dok, ota. All tn~lrl~ eoaft~'~lliel 1Notice [,ARG~ST wholesale auPply In U. Furnlturo. clothing, aPp~4m. &uto~ and accessOfles, tam equipment, tools. housewares, new products, Imports Free details. Associated ~'h~l~. Box 2065-BN, Sioux City 4, Iow~ ~U LEARN AUC TIONEFA~ING. 'r~R~ SOON Big Free Catalog 27 Years Worlds Largest School Mason C/iF 25, Iowa. 2T-|~ Wanted: Old American or Canadian coins and old guns. Indian beads, 1,~77, $5.00: 19~9-S, $5.00. Lincoln I-[t~tds 1909-S. $2,00, 1914-I), $4.00: 193 I-S. ;2.00. Send coin and gun information to b'red Nordstam BoX 355, Alexandria, Minn. 35-36 Strawberry and Raspl~erry plants. Large, healthy, fresh dug plants for spring planting. Vv'rite for price ll~t. McNeal Berry Nursery. Hamilton. Mont, 31 - :~ 9 RELII~Y~7 E Recta] Itching in five minutes with my si~upl~ syste~n. Write George Edwards Box 5,53 Liv- IngstOn, Mont. 34-35 Fish Stock Your I)eepfreeze Bullheads 8C alive 19c dressed. 30 lb. contain- ers. Watch bullhead skinners in action Dunn Center Lumberyard. Live perch lOc, su('kers 7C. Froa] h autiful Lake Ilo, Dunn Center. N. Dak. 34-36 Farm Equipment 4 For ~tle: John I)eere 420 crawler with Industrial Loader, very Rood---must be sold, John I'ickh G, rand Forks, N. Dak. 35-36 For Sale: One 25 h,p. Minneapol|s steam engine in cx~e]]orlt condition used last two years in parade, thresh- ing bees and sawill~ [lliiiber. State inspectedand allowed 150 lb. workll~r )ressure.Atao Advance rural ,y 36-60 separatorin excellent condition a~ water tank t~) ~o with unit. *~Vill sell complete for $2.000. John A, Johnson, Rte. 1. Crookst m. Minn. 35 For Sale: Daffin Mobile Feed Unit GMC Deisel Motor u~ed loss than 2 y~ars. Will soil for half origim~l cost. ('ont~l~'t .~llr. al J2arln~'rs (oo~er:ttiv,~. Thorl}, WIsc. or Tel No. 9-5610 North Dakota Newspaper Assn. Blsmai~k N. Dak, 19~0 35 The equivalent ~)roduction of 1 of every 8 acres of U. S, cropland goes abroad. ~HE CHOICE OF THOUSANDg o,aml I with Dupo.t'# baked e.am#ll I Lucite, backed with rigid i.st~| [ lation ! The greatest Mding de.| | ~elopme~t in years I Ca~-fr ~,| I heavy auge, 10". Small extrai .cost. Pre-stained double coursed co- dar shakes or lap sidiag. All oak interio~ Fuel-saving triple insulatloa Wide overhanging eaves Choic~ of gable or hip roof| Completely weatherstrippe4 Expert archite~tarai ~rvico PLUS 100's MORE SAVE THOUSANDS OF DOLtAR$ THE CAPP" HeM| PURCHASE PLAN the purchase plan wlth m head| Price| from DEUVERED FREE AND CUSTOM I~U]tT ON YOUR LOT ANO FOUNDATION ANYWHERE . . . FREIGHT PArD APP-HOMES In Eastern North Dakota your representative is Joe Amt~n le~n, 1901 7th St. N, Fargo, phorm ADams 2-2364 In Western North Dakota y@ur representative is L. W. Ni~llon, 1000 17th St. N. W ohone TES. 3221 CRIPPLED CHILDREN'S SCHOOL Jamestown, N. D. Enclosed find my check for money order) for ~ ~-~, for copies of "The Best of Dogs in Peace and War", at $2.00 per copy. ~'=='=~ [ Please mail this order to: Name JAil profits go to ~ (Please Print) Crippled Children's ! Sehool, Jamestown. ~ Addres~