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Wins Bronze Star Lt. Col. R. W. Carlson With the First United States In- fantry Division in Europe: Lieutenant Colonel Robert W. Carlson of 215 West Thayer, Bis- marck, N. D. recently was awarded the Bronze Star for Meritorious Achievement according to word re« ceived from army headquarters. He is the husband of Mrs. Mae L. Carlson of Bismarck. They are the parents of three children: Merilyn. 12 years; Garry. 9; Edward, 6. His mother, Mrs A. W. Carlson. resides at Alhambra, Calm. but was form. erly of Fargo. The citation describing the inci- dent for which he was awarded the medial reads: “The superior tactical skill and aggressive leadership with which Colonel Carlson commanded- his artillery battalion contributed im. measurably to the combat cfliciency of his organization during the in- statesman «333° iiii 'sw Carrots Often and Eat Them Youn Young Carrots From Your Garden Taste Different! While carrots are definitely a health food, ranking second only to the tomato in the quantity or vita- mins they are likely to contribute to the family diet. when grown in your Victory garden and served young and garden fresh, they are one of the garden's most delightful treats. Thinning out can be left until.the young roots are finger size, and these are so sweet and tender, they seem like another vegetable. Trav- elers who visited Paris before the war tell of such carrots, as one of their cherished memories. But here, it seems, only home garden- ers can have them, as they do not keep well enough to market. Sow the seed thinly. three or four to the inch, in. a shallow drill. Be- cause they germinate slowly, mix in a few pinches of radish seed, be- cause the radishes will come quick- ly and mark the row, so you may avoxd disturbing it in cultivation. Be sure to harvest the radishes promptly, so they will not crowd the carrots which succeed them. It you have had trouble in get- ting an even stand of carrots when sown thinly. do not sow more thick- ly to overcome this. Instead, after sowmg the seed, cover it with peat moss, or finely sifted soil mixed with one'half sand, through which the carrot seedlings will have no difficulty growing. I vasion of Western Europe. Colonel Carlson’s uncompromising devotion to duty reflects great credit upon the Army of the United States. of Bismarck since 1931, coming dir- ectly after his graduation from. the BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER The “sitting room" or two gener- ations ago was cozy and planned for use. Not the least of its com- ,forts were the low footstools to be used with the most frequented I chairs. These were covered with I bright carpet or other heavy mater- ial and ,if you examined them, you found that inside there were cans filled with sand for weight and then bound together and padded. Such a stool cost not a cent. Nor did it require any carpenter work. Mother or the girls could put one together in no time from things on hand and there it was ready for i years of service. You can do the same. The diagrams in this sketch show exactly how to go about it NOTE: This footstool is from BOOK 3 of the series offered with these articles. This book also con- , tains more than thirty other things to make for your home from odds and ends plus inexpensive new ma- terials. Booklets are 15c each post- paid and requests should be sent to C01. Carlson has been a resident North Dakota Agricultural College in Fargo. He was employed as chief engineer in the North Dakota Pub- lic Service Commission. His first cormnission was received through the ROTC in 1931. He was active in organizing the 188th Field Artillery Battalion, with which he is now serving. In April, 1941, when the national guard was inducted into the Army of the United States, Col. Carlson left with the 188th for Fort Warren. Cheyenne, Wyo. He received additional training at Fort Sill, Okla, and was station- ed at various periods at Fort Lewis. Wash, Camp Granite. California and Camp Gruber, Okla. In December. 1943. he left for overseas. On D plus five day he with his battalion landed on the Normandy Beach andl has been in Capital Pub. Co.. % Mrs. Spears; combat since that time. Drawer 21, Bedford Hills, N. Y. FLYIN’ JENNY By Russell Keaton CARDBOARD O'I‘ TON MUSLIN , our you're: RICIIT NE'VE THE srurr. I DONT EVEN GOT To WORK men. INFERNAL, TRUST THE PICEOIIs JUST PUTA CIPHER IMPERIAL MEssAGE IN your: POCK- OOIIENER ET READ IT ALONE 1O- NIGHT AND DESTROY n: JENNV's BEEN GONE roe our our THAT SAM THREE DAVIS, SAM AND-x OONT LIKE IT. WE'RE MISSING SOMETHING HOT. EVERYTHING IS OET FOR THE. HIGH 00 MY eesT HYING WHE’N MY PULSE _ JENNY. : NERVOUS PRESSURIZATION SET FOR 8.000"- EVEPYTHING'S WORKING LIKE A CHARM WISH I'D DROUGHT A MAGAZINE-"- TO 55000 FEET. USE OF StT , FOR HOMING PROCEDURE. I —v-. 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Montgomery is pictured as be paused for a hasty lunch during a Visit to his hoop- in an forward areas to observe the spectlculol crossing of the nor-then am in I bid to seize Germany's vital Rub mdtoopentberoodtofierflmm- tish omen: photo. (MW) Feather Fashion m§q w). PURPlE GOOSE Film-IE” outum the high crown on the black shiny straw cloth hat worn by screen actress Diana Lynn (above). This hat belongs to the new “one-shied" class that goes so well with Diana's ‘leek hair-do. (International), SCHOOL OR ‘BEST’ An adorable,- dress a little tot can’t resist. Side closmg, square neck and full skirt make it as pret- ty for school as for parties. Barbara Bell Pattern No. 1308 is desxgned for sizes 3, 4, 5, 6, 7 and 8 years. Size 4, requires 1% yards of 35 or 39-inch material; 1 yard machine made ruffling and 2% yards binding to trim. li‘or this pattern, send 20 cents, in coxns, your name, address, pattern number and size wanted to Barbara Bell (Bismarck Capital Pub. Co.) E310 South Wells Street. Chicago 7. Have you sent for your copy of the Spring and Summer catalog? It’s full of up-to-the-minute styles for ten cents.