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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 TtIE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDOEA N. D. 3L SUNIDAY, MONDAY, TUI~SIDAY ~H 27-28-29 ,on .Sm~ay ~is paren, ts, .Mr ,and ,Mrs. Prod IM,Ps. (tt, atbie Nun,n of Miles Braur~burger in ~Medora. Oi~ty ,x,i~tod I,~bout .a week ~i~th MEDORA UNION CONGREGATIONAL CItUI1CI! Rev, C 1,or Birdcall l'astor SUNDAY I0:30 a.m. Worsh p :,t'l't it:{' Theme: Ju~tificatitu~, by i,'aH,a A study of Uhe Bc~ok of Roman ;. | Suspense Story i".'A More Tender ed, Ju,arti, t'a',0~gan ,at the:h~)tc,1 or- Love Story e , Elhe~ifif' Ted ~o~,ne)l,1 ~r0ve ~.o Human Drama! I Diet~r~. o'r~ "l~t~.ay to Ibring COINS and STAMPS [f yOU have a question about coins or stamps or a particular coin or stamp, write to this saving Li.ncoln cents and has a set of those completed. A~t also collects fossels, agates, ammuni- tion and Indian relics and invites anyone vcho is interested ~o !come and see the things he has fat)herod. OP JOSEPH SCHILDKRAUT SHELLEY WINTERS RICHARD BEYMER GUSII HUBER "'TJ W~AY ~30 A mm I~wI 51~U,I~DAY, ~RmAY, & SAT, M/RRC'~;31 - ~ 1-2 BEACH, NORTH DAEOTA SUN.-MON.-TUI~. ~A~IOH 27-28-29 I Hm .~ISO: (X)~gDY FRIDAY--, SATURDAY I-2 "the fit //tat flatter,C" column, c/o News, Beach, N D. and we will try to furnish you with an answer or direct you to someone who can. THROWS AWAY SMALL FORTUNE ,Here's one th, at Art Mogle re- Ctos. 'He says m 1909 or .ix~sibly :i~ 1910, ,bo$ore he beeam.e a eo~eetor of corns, ~here was a ~l~bvation in Beach, with par- ade and all t~ould have been aI July 4th celeb~tion). He was star~dir~g near the present lees- Plaids take the Limelight/ Marvelous colors marvelous styling in these tapered plaid slacks. See them in blue, brown, green, red or grey plaid. Sizes 8-20. $5e50 Blouse is of washable cotton with roll-up sleeves. Butternut brown, sea mist green, moss green, brass yellow, blue. Sizes 8-16. $4.90 pdm. ads k, pW ded m(Oewdik tio~n of the News office and a } horse drawn vehicle passed ( by, in the back of which stood I ghe late Ed Loffan, father of! Red Logan, a~d he had a box, a-~[~mj~H~HH~Hm~m~H~H~WH~H~H~H~m~m~m]~H~HH~u~H~HH~mHi- fu~ll of new m~circulated pennws ~ and was fltrowi, ng them to the crowd along tthe thoroughfare. The kids really scrambled for them, as our prescr~t day y~)ung- sters do whenever anyone throws candy treat~ and the like from parade vehicles, N m IMr. M,oglc doesn't remen~ber -~ v l~at mi~t the '09's were from, but in lookin,g over the going prices at preser~t I fi,nd the 1909 pennies are worth from $2 }o $80 ea0h in u,neivcul,ated condition, i depen~in,g upon wlhieh mir~t they[--- came from. (As you pick them t ~ out of oi~ul, abion they run from[ 5 or 10c eaoh }o $40 for the rare[~ 1909S v~ith the designers VDBI - mor~og~,am, so don t expe0L to~ go out a~d fred some a~ ge ]--- ri~th quick. 'Ikhe a ,oremel~tionedl~--~ coin.s were in unvirculated con- ,d~tmn ~,ny'~ay and they ~o~at be f~tmd. Wel~t, anyway, l~ad it~ ,r~ined flint day, ~e pai~ade ~ea postponed ~ me box ~f pen ~ rdse set aside ,and forgotten, ~--- somebody ~,~ould really ~ave made a haul h~ad they rome.ned neglected u,rJtil tl~is present time. ~ Ilhey were probably the co~mnon ~- v~r iety but even at $2 each, that ain,t hay! -- elaoin --- "'---- umm, FIRST DAY COVERS-- ~- The W~)~ht Refugee Year corn- ---- mer~mtive stamp will be phced on sa~e to the general pUNic at all ~ives April 8, 1960. =. , day covers w~ll be issued ~- Ap~I 7. ~f you desire ~ day ~ covers of t~is 4 cer~t stamp, send ~- ,addres~ ertve1~pe or envelopes, )~oge~ter v~lh ~eniNanee to ~)v- er the ~st of ~he stamp or stamps Ix) be afNxed to the Pose- master, W~as~i,r~gton 13, D. C. The env~ope s~ould lmve the ~ ~ notation "First day covers, 4c ~ . World Refugee Year Stamp", on l~ae e~vel~pe, .along with ~he address. ~- A Nose fitting .enclosure of m m m n m m i m m n m m m m m m m m m I m m m M m m m m m m m m m m m m m 8 ~mmm m m m 27 miles N. of Beach or 272 m es I. 0N'E" p.m. f WibauXsharp m E m Z m m m m m m m m m COFFEE SERVED FARM MACHINERY 1951 IHC Model M Tractor 1955 Allis Chalmer Baler 1958 IHC Power Mower 10 ft. Tandem Disc 1957 AC "60" Combine with new motor. 1944 Ford Tractor with the follow- ing attachments: Loader, Manure and Dirt Fork, Corn Planter and Disc, Plow, Duck Foot, Mower. 1957 12' John Deere Hay Rake 1957 three section harrow 2-wheel rubber tired hay wagon 10' IHC rod weeder 10' IHC duck foot Grain drill 3 bottom plow Mayrath Auger Hanson Jet sprayer VARIOUS TOOLS and OTHER ITEMS TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION. TERMS: CASH HOUSEHOLD GOODS 17" RCA Television set De LavM cream separator Washing machine w/laundry tubs 12' Refrigerator Kitchen range, propane comb. 3 propane heaters Table w/ 6 chairs 3 piece bedroom suite Bed and Springs Writing Desk 2 Chests of Drawers 2 Swing rockers RCA cabinet ] 9x12 Wool :Dis etc. :, :Y% MIC 300 gallon -' " 7' Metal Stock Ta'i k. Propane Tank Heater : 2 Pump Jacks w/electric -(like new) Electric sickle grinder 150 posts (steel & woad) Stock-Feeders m E =ffi u m ~ffi mm mm Jim Cook, Auctioneer First National Bank of