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The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
March 24, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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March 24, 1960

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THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAK M~s. Dred Johnson. Sir~ce ~oing[ to /~I~. Eina~ h, as .x4Nrted seve~l ~ormer N,ovth Dakolmns. Azn~r~g ,tlhem were Fred Josueks ,art ,Bammr, 'Merit Mr. and ,M,r~. ~ge ,W,o}sey ,a'nd fami, ly, Mm. Ti'l~ie Josucks at NevensvEte, 'Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rue a,n'd son at ~,Iissoul~a. Mrs. Zilsdorf, teac,lter ~f the g~,an~mer ~rades l],as ann,o.unced a card party spov~ered by the 7t/h and 8th gra.d,es ~a,n Friday even, ing,M,aveh 25th. Games will ,be~4n at g o'Clock wi, th bo,lh w~ist .and pi, rmcah.le being pl,ayed. A~r~is~it)n will be 50c oer per- son witlh proceeds goir~g ,to 1the 7th and 8~ grades. Everyone is welcome. ~VIr. and .Mrs. Leo,r~ard ~t'oekert (A~e G,awry,/uk) and !l~by, :Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bu2~- ~ky and Mr. ,and Mrs. Jerome of 'Rlh, ame were Sun Billings County Pioneer A Continuation "~q.l~ BADLA2 DS COWBOY" F~tabllshed In 1883 ALICE L. LEBO. l~anmglng Edlbor WALWER R. BRA'I~/'ON ~:lltor - Publlshe ~te~tlon: FI.50 per year In adwmca In the Post Office a MedorL mflllng~ County, North Dakc4~. Feb- rultry IS, 19~4, as second c]ass mat~Ir under the Act of March II, .~W/9. Officlal Newspaper of the Cotmty o~ Bllllng~, State of North Dakota. ane printed a~ Beach, North Dakota. Win. W. Eichhorst Attorney With offices in BELF~E LD SATURDAYS MONDAYS . WEDNESDAT~ m,d.- TUESDAYS - TIIURSDAYB FBIDAI'S MEDORA MALE HELP WANTED In rids ma. A-I reputstion a musL $300 monthly plus ex. penees, bonus. Sales or public coatac! ~Xl~risace helpful but unnece~ary. Compla4e ~aining TeL1 me about yourself Including age, marl/a/ status, phone num. bet, and if employed. Write Box 784, Bism~ck, N. D. " 28-31c Radio Service Fhene 2-45'~ BEACH, NO. DAK. Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. BEN HUR FROZENFOOD CHESTS KASY SPIN-DRIER WASHERS Fishing Supplies The Walter Hamann Estate, 5 miles south of Richardton, N. Dak. 12 The following will be sold March 31, 1960 2--1954 Major Diesels, one with loader 1--1959 IHC Diesel Tractor 1--1956 tnt. Half Ton Pickup 1--Fo~d Tractor, with Loader 1--1956 IHHC 400 Tractor 1--19501HC L170 Truck with 16" box 1"-1958 IHC Diese] 650 1--1956 TR 6 Wagner Diesel Tractor 4 Stock Truck and hoist 1--1957 IH(~ 300 tractor with Davis loader wheel drive 1--1955 Int. L170 Truck, 18' box, Stork complete with snow scoop and 2--W9 1958 Int. Tractors 1--D2 Cat 1950 Rack and hoist grapple fork 2--1954 Dodge % tan Pickups LIVESTOCK TOBE SOLD 10--Registered Hereford 2 yr. old Bulls 30--Bred Sows 6--Milk Cows 30--Hereford Stock Cows 3--Saddle Horses 1--Work Team 2--Angus Bulls (Registerd &-Small Calves I---4 wheel rubber tired trailer w/box l--Tumble Bug Scraper 1--Wheel Barrow g---Bob Sled, wide track 1--2 wheel Trailer 1-,-1958 Int. 4 row Corn Planter, with fertilizer attachment 1~4 row Corn Cultivator fits Major diesel l--Int. 4 row Corn Cultiv. fits M tractor i--Farmhand Sila~je Power Bex with man- ure spreader on 6 ton trailer 1"Farmhand Power Box silage box on trailer ]---13" John Deere Hammer Mill ].--John Deero 13" Forage & Hammermill on rubber tired trailer with belt ]--!958-Wetmore Clipper Power Takeoff Hammemiil on rubber l--Int. Hemmermill l---~rain Blower 1--11" 4" Loading Auger with motor ]---1956 Meyroth 40' bale and grain elev- 1--18' Grain Auger 1--32' Mayreth Auger 2--1000-gallon New Gas Tanks 1--250 gel fuel tank on 2 wheel trailer 1--12 Camel foot Packer MACHINERY TO BE SOLD 1--250 gal. fuel tank on stand 1--Portable 150 gal fuel tank w/pump 1--Dearborn Post Hole Digger l--Lehman Stack Shaper 1--10 ft. Hay basket and bucker for Ford Loader 1--Steel Wagon w/hayrack 1--16" Ha vreck on trailer 1--24" Hayrack on Heavy duty rubber tired trailer1--20" Flat Bed on truck chassis1--22" Hayrack on steel l--Farmhand Stack Mover 1--1955 Int. Power Binder 10 foot i---1958 Int. 16' self propelled Swather 1--1958 S P Combine 16" with pickup attachment. Like New 1--1957 Acre Meter Sprayer 40" 1--1958 Gehl 2 row field chopper with grass and row crop ettachment 1--1959 Int. 12" Press Drill w/fertilizer attachment 1--10`Moline Drill 1--12' VenBrunt drill 7" spacing with low wheels 1--Oliver 14' Superior Drill 1--1959-16' Harrow to be pulled beck of Disc 1---7 sec. Boss Harrow I--4 sac. steel flexible Harrow 2---7" Tandem Disc for Ford tractor 1--1955 Bradley Side Del Rake on rubber 1--24" Auto. Hydraulic Dump Rake 1--14" Dump Rake 1--10" Dump Rake, Int. 1--7" Ferguson Power Mower, 1958 1--1958 Farmhand Stacker w/pushoff, grapple fork and manure scoop 1--2 way Heavy duty 9" Disc 1--1959 1i2' Tandem Disc Int rubber tires l--Int. 10' Tandem Disc 1---9" Heavy duty Tandem Disc 1--1957 Int. Chisel Plow, 2 ft extensions l---Heavy duty 10" Hydraulic Disc, rubber 1--Jeffrey Chisel Plow 50--Ties 1--5 bottom 16" Iqt. Plow 1955 :~S bottom 14" Int. Plow 1959, with breaker bofloms 3000 Cedar Posts 1---1953 5 Bottom Case Plow 1---3 bottom Dearborn Plow with ,three point hitch 100 Telephone Poles 1---7' Ford Tandem Disc with 3 pt hitch 1---1959 35" Int. spring folding Harrow I--.15' Spring Tooth Harrow / ', Took l, t~16" Her~ fanning mills with sieves Machine shed 40x80, hog house 30x24, Granary 16x16, Granary 22x18. tires, and misceHaneou 4-~Heev~ duty Vim 2--2 T. chain hbists l--l~ pound pletfor~ scele 1--180 Amp. Heavy Duty Lincoln Arc welder.Ac~tyle.e Welder 1---~ HP electric portable air compressor ~ HP Brigge Stretton Engines ~ 1~iJver Beauty 6-12 volt battery charger 12: New Truck Flares ~ 40~aNew Ammunition Boxes '* 14--New Nylon 9 x 20 truck *lres; 8-- 2--New Trash Burners 3S--New 5 gallon army gas cans All Household furnishings: Deep Freezes, tables, chairs, bottle gas stove 200' Feet new 1 inch Rope 100---New Crescent Wrenches, all sizes 150--New Pliers, all sizes 2 Sets--New open & Box Wrenches, all sizes; 3 Doz. New Punch, Chisel Sets -.-New Rotary Impact Tool 2--Sets New Re-Threaders and Dies 7--New .Duckfoot Shovels, all sizes 8--New sets Corn Cultivator Shovels 1G--New Tendem Disc Blades C~ltivater, eny make l~New Rota~. Hoe attaehm,-,t f^-- s row 2000--New Angle & Strap Iron, 16 ft New Lge Number Impl. & Tcactor fonbelts 3--New 3/~ Socket Sets l--New 1 inc. Socket Set; l---New Owatt- one Bearing Puller Sq#; 2 New L'oed Binder Sets; 20,000 New Bolts and 8.25 x 20 truck tires; 3J8.00 x 15 tires; l--New 8 Ton Hydraulic ,Tack Washers, ell sizes; 1 new 24" Cres :" 1~nd 2---New 15 x 34 tires 1--New Automatic Micrometer cent Wrench; 6 New 25 lb. Grease '""" }~.~'I0.00 x 15, 14 ply tire, New; 1--15.50 x 1--New 3"~ inc. Micrometer guns; 1---5/8 Elec. Drill, New ','~i' ':20 eereplane tire; 5---7.60 x 15t ire recap I--L. C. Smith Typewriter- Remington 1--Heavy Duty Post Drill; f-Aluminum ," L * 'i]~New Oil Filters mostly for Int. trucks Portable Typewriter; Tractor Cab; 1---Blacksmith Forge v:, end tractem; 150--New shovels, ma- [- Victor Adding Machine with blower; 1--Heavy Duty Bench 7--New Sets Chisel Plow polnts Vise; 1--Pipe Vise; 25 Pipe wz'en~as nure forks,~ picks and hammers THE LUTHERAN LADIES AID OF RICHARDTON WILL SERVE LUNCH BOTH DAYS. TERMS ARE CASH AND ARRANGEMENTS SHOULD BE MADE FOR TERMS WITH YOUR BANKER BEFORE THE SALE. ? * '. eL a it k, >-:-':" <, LIBERTY NATIONAL BANK ~D|(~K!NSON,~ NORTH~DAKOTA