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March 31, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER GAS ~ IMG~R--lelremen bose down height train Locomotive in Gamuts, Kan. agter it hit a gasoline tankmr truck at a crossing. The engineer died when the flaming fuel spewed kmta his cab. Two ~vmen sad the drl, ver o~ the truck were NrlousiY Injured in ~ ~ 1 - I ~ Jokmny Kemp of Bismarck, na- student, has his own newspaper f tional Easter Seal Child has receiv- route, participates in sports, shares ed a guaranteed four-year scholar- home chores with his sisters, and ship to the college or university of is an all-around American boy. his choice. "We are the ones who are hon- ~b.t~ scholarshin was ,resented ored in presenting this award andi th;f:veek in Baltimore, l~d. by alP:c~ud tho~:nthetN;tmnt~ ES:sti::YseS:i charitable and educational committ- ea J :y,~ - ee of ~he Order of the Al~hambra,t~oy oI me Year. private organization which special- -- -5 izes ;.~ assisting handicapped people. I N-- - ]~ =--*:,~,~ J~,hnny~, has been appeari]ng in .Lpar/-kSliO61dllOII Was,ington, D. C New Yo k, Cty[ I - m IE- - and other eastern centers in bc-lAl~ilflll~iR lVllnoier half of the Easter Seal campaign. I"--~'r- Joseph M. McKenna, Washington,r~ ~ IL: .A I~----A D. C pre~ented the scholarship cer- JL0 r'XU6UlIV~ r'U~l tificate to Johnny on behalf of the Alhambra committee which includ At~rea C. bcnuitz o~ Mmot has -~ also Vincent J Ca-uto of Wash- been appointed full-time executive " P " " m" secretary of the North Dakota S~ate ington" Richard Bovel district co - mander, Baltimore; and O. Alfred ~arf~ynilo; 2ai~vad2::no~e~Ii~n~S Peters international secretary.I " -- ' .' I presmn~ oi m orgamzauon. 5ala l~c~enna : . . [ The appointment is effective April "oonnny is me type oI youngster[ 1, Schultz will headquarter in Bis- that Alhambra is proud to hon~r.vH: ] marck represents the remarkable ac "e - '2. comDule{:l e o P individualslta ry several years, ~as not an ap ~0,ate agencies and many l nlleant. coordinate t~neir services for the re- [ ~ - ~ : v'" ~- habilitation of the handicapped. I ~cnul~z was +nornat ~ ns z,aKe, "When checking into his back-[ N. D Sept. lo, ,2u, ann was rear- ground, our committee found thai[ ed on a farm west of. Upham& s " oJhnny is a better than average| He was graaua~ea xrom ~tu sen 15 VIRUS PIGEON-TOWEDT--Dr. L. M. Graves, health officer of Memphis, Tenn checks a local pigeon to find out whether the bird carries virtm infections that can be contracted by humans. Authorities opened the campaign to test a theory that the feathered residents may constitute a "health menace." High school in 1939 and received a standard certificate in education from Minot State Teachers college in 1941. He was graduated from the University of North Dakota Law school in 19N3. From 1945 to 1949, Schultz was a partner and co-manager of a whole- sale and retail farm equipment man- ufacturing and sales business. Jaycees To SIage Pageant June 28-29 The Miss North Dakota Pageant is scheduled June 28-29 in Bismarck, with L. G. {Skip) Lloyd to serve as general chairman for the Bis- marck Jaycees, sponsoring organi- zation. Miss Claudia Jean Gullickson, representing Grand Forks, won the 1959 Miss North Dakota title. Bill Rodgers will be assistant chairman; George Neigum will be secretary-treasurer for the pageant. Other committee chairmen include. Roland Haux, publicity; Edward Abfalter, advertising; Jim Selness, Parade; Mrs. Jane Grey Smith, di- rector of contestants; LeRoy Walker, tickets; George Miehaelson and Vern~ Wagner, entrants; Jack Dyvig,~ udges; Don Wolf and Art Little, )rogram; Gene Coon and John ~tout, stage construction; Ron IAn- ford, reception and dinner; Dan Halvorson, awards; Garry Carlson. There's nothlae llke Savin~ B~ds for a happy Intl, e Smart eggs have nes.t eggs ! Most farmers know the good that comes from system- eric saving. And more than one farmer has had the n,mey he needed for new equipment because im put t!, hi:racy away earlier in the form of U. S. Series "Ii','" Savings Bonds. Savings Bonds are a wonderful way of getting r-=~av for the things you, too, will need--like new fn ,n buildings the youngsters' education or long vacation. Your banker can show you how Savings Bonds fit into your picture. Stop in and talk it overl ~'.S.--If you're interested in Savings Bonds that give current income, by check every 6 months, ~ I~ details on Ser/es "H" 8avin~ Bond~ GOING HOME IS A FAMILY AFIFAIR--Relmrtet A. L~ Ostrow (center) ~cort~ John Armonas and his family home to Cleve- land alter a 20-year separation on opppsite sides of the Iron Curtain. A plea to Soviet Premier Niklta S. Khru~hehev ~l~- hag his U.S.vislt obtained th~ release of Mrs. Barbara Armonl (bottom) and son. John Jr gO, from Lithuania. Armonas and hls daughter, Donna. 24, flew to Oopenhsgen for the reunion. North Dakota' Greatest Farm Coverage --- 6eis Results BUYING SELLING Rotes: ] 4c per word first insertion--no ad less then $2.~) 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIXECT 'IN): BISMARCK CAPITAL end ASSOCIATED HEWSPAPERS Main sad M~nd~a Stroe~ Bi~MAR~, N. D. Farm Equipment 4 Personal MANUI~E SPREADER--Get the illus. trated facts on the low, easy to load Schultz .C~preadmaster T:~ndem wheels eliminate troubh~some Jack Simple. strong constructlou with 1/4" roostereomb beaters. See your Spread- master dealer or write P. O. Box 15 Bismarck, N. Dak. for complete In- forms tion. 34-4(, Male Help Wanted 25 Representatives needed to intro. deoorated ready to lrnake llqoney, t~ln~2lnl)cr st*ring is not ['ar away, eg|l~llbt~s Lt/'i~ slTla i| fron] hert~ Oil, Has tWO lledr0o~n home tWO .ar l)rivate garage I 14 block l~nd, "['~l, Xe~ ~t~d iusurattt't' l)aid utttll fall ~J%%'~/ys hel.!~l ~| inool,y lll~tker, irlteresfs in another state causes sale. Cash pric $60.000.00 Contact owner Carroll E. Ballard, Douglas, Wyoming. 39-42 Thirty-Four Space Trailer Court on eleven acre site. Additional fifty- ~ix sites. Conveniently located. Cox Real Estate. 503 7th Stre*,t, Rapid City. So, I)ak. Box 1525 Tel: Fillmore 3-1707. 39-40 ('leaning planl b'or all particulars Vc"H, tOAhrahalll (*l,~;,IP r~, }ldbr'oI;. N. Dak. 39-43 North Dakota Newspaver Assn Bismarck. N. D.K. 1960 3g THE CHOICE OF THOUSANDS HAS ALL THESE NIAYURIIh e Pre-~tained do~ble coursed ce- dar Mmku or lap siding. All oak interiors Pael-nving tripl~ lnmulatlo~ Wide overhanginE eav~ Choice of gable or hip roofs Completely w~atherstripped G Expert architectural service PlUS 100's MOll SAVE THOUSANOS OF DOLLARS HI CAPP-HOMI PURCHA$1 Pt.AH llte ll~rchIle plan with hll~ PrlceI from DltLiVERED FREE AND CUSTOM |UIt'tr ON YOUR LOT AND FOUNDATION ANYWHERE . FREIGHT PAIO CAPP-HOMES 1143 Dupont North Minneapolis 11. Minnesota In Eastern Navth Dakota your representative is Joe Amundson, 1901 7th St. N Fargo, phone ADams 2.2354 In Western North Dakota your reprelentati~a is L. W, Nielaon, 1000 17th St. N, W phone TES- 3221