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April 14, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER "GOP Convention Twins" IIO t North Dakota' Greatest t C. P. Dahl t 7 i ! i 1 t !: All during the recent GOP Convention, these two ladies were con- tinually being taken for twins, especially at the North Dakota Federation of Republican Women's meetings. In this rally pose are Mrs. S. Bryce Streibel, left, Fessenden, president of the Wells county federation and Mrs. Charles Seofteld, Willlston, president of the Wllllston group. Photo 'by W--!nr!ech E~ .| b.|,Foreign Wars. oreYIK Namea His wife, who is visiting relatives VA Administrator in Montana, w~n him shortly. WARD TREE PIANTINGS A1 Brevik, a native of North Da- Albert Beck, Sawyer, had snow l Don Short kota has been appointed as Vet- where he didn't want it -- in the erans Administration contact rep- yard -- and none where he did have made a differance in his resentative in Bismarck. Announce- want it -- in the field and ,past-!yields. rnent was made by the Fargo office. Brevik comes to Bismarck from Anchorage, Alaska where he spent the last five years, covering the entire territory and later the state for the VA. He was born in Fargo and at tended schools there before join- ing the VA there as an office work- er in 1936. He was in the Army in World War It, serving in the European Theater. He is a member of the American Legion and Veterans of' ures. Wind erosion was lowering l his crop yields. Twenty thousand trees planted around his farmstead and in pat- tern field plantings have made a lot of difference on Beck's farm. He has better crop and grass re- turns, ,because ~he snow remains where it should, and he no longer has a snow problem around the His farmstead planting provides not only shelter and snow control, but good fruit. He now has 4-row field planting half a mile long, five 3-row plantings, each a mile long, and plans several more pattern field plantings. Beck has 30 acres of alfalfa and 90 acres of grass and alfalfa on his 1,280 acre unit. The rest is in farmstead. Wildlife on his land has:cropland. He has a 3-year rotation, increased, protected ~fing fertilizer, weed spray ann Beck also notices that stubble mulching to further boost sprin~ seedlings and fall swaths 1 crop yields. i ! "And the House Cam e Crumbling Down!" i ~n name of progress, Col. in the building as souvenirs. 's mansion mare re- 'Robert A, PAtterbus@, who cently known as Sit Vincent's HOme at Thayer Ave. and Second St. is almost completely demolish- jed tmdero~.~ the expert guidance of 'Anderson. Anderson, who commented on the solid brick partitions used on ~rU ~he lower ~loor~ resrets that P~mSive old buildings like this cannot be maintained by the cam- serving on the preservation of his- tar{pal ~uilddngs :audl ,Si~.s com- mittee of the American Institute of Architects said he regrets there munity as historic houses. The bricks were made at the Sims Brick plant w~ of Mandan. Lo- cal colleOeors have been picking up the three cornered nails used are no funds allocated in Bis- marck for this purpose. A good example of what can be done to preserve old landmarks' is the First Presbyterian Church located across ~e street. Con- structed in 1873. this is the oldest ~$urch in continuous use in Bis- marclL and has been kept in ex- cellent{ repairs with suitable ad- ditions made as the need arises. Rural Fire Truck Puts O t Fire Flood Area i! -It wae this Cla~ A fire fighting piece of m~eh- (8 ton) weight against the 2~ feet of muddy water inery owned by the Bismarck Rural Fire Depart- which surrounded the home. meat that put out a fire at the Ernle Bey~elds'-r~,- This rural fire true]g, which ~ps 500 gallon ~e~ on Highway No. I0 between BidmareR amid M~tn- of water ~ mln~tt,~was e~dflt~ to tlle resldenee aline, ua~ Mareh ~6. 3 p. m. Saturday. The fire wu believed camped from tt - l~lOod ~,a~ers from the Hesxt river dPh,~ stop aa explodin~ hot wster hesler. The wall behind the "~ =~ar-wheel drive fire truck from thrm~h~ its basement wss barB& Farm Coverage --- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no od less thou $2.80 12c per word eech odditionol issue, $2.40 minimum t SEND DIREC~ TO: I BISMARCK CAPITAL and 1 ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS I Main and Mamhm Str~ BISMARCK. N.D. ! "-rm Equipment 4 Personal 38 Wanted--Used power take-off for W- I International tractor. Please state ~ric~ Otto ?~rdman, Golden Valley. N. I)ak. 41 Male Help Wanted 25 M t'XHA'NICS wanted: We have an im- mediate opening for tWo experienced ni ' 'hani ~s to Sel'vice an(l rel~alr (~hrys- !el' automotive products, ldeasa nt working condition, in a modern shop ,nd town. All tmnefits available, liber- al guarantee. Write or phoDe State Oil and Ante Co Hunter, N. Dak TH 4~4366 40-4} Seed And Feed 5 Slqt','t)S SBI,H)S: Registered Canadian Selkirk Wheat b;~gged, per I,u. $2.15, Triall Barley Smut tented, Tested, bulk, per hu. $1.25, I .odney Oats, Bulk, per bu. 90c, Flax Seed---Marine, Bai- ley, H5128, bagged and treated, per I)u. $4.25. ~re also {lave a ({POd supplY of t,'e~d Oats and Barley at reason~tble [)rices. These Prices a'ro for catty de- I[veri ,s ant] subje('t to Pri('e change. SUNIq]EN GRAIN COMPANY. Spirit- wood, N. D. Phonr t:l, 2-1061 38-41 For Sale,8 A t i,LkL [~UY. Tile large Corm Elec- tric Organ (two keybo~trds)with 1- ~/~ octave foot pedals. Beautiful tone. Perfect for hem+, or church. Used only short time; excellent condition. A steal! Also one ORGAN snd PIANO comhin- at{on instrument (two instruments in John E. Davis 9ne). Can be played as piano or orgau or both together. An excellent buy, Hjalmer Nygaard, Enderlin, mere- bat HURRY! St. James Rectory, ber N. D. House of representatives, Powers Lake, N. Dak 41-44 and incumbent Don. L. Short, Me- cry good heavy duty 4 wheel trailer. dora, were endorsed for seats in12 ton Fairbanks truckscale, new the U. S. House of Representatives ~z volt welder. Roy Redman, Hell, by the Republican state convention N. Dak. 39-41 in Bismarck Wednesday. ~'or Sale in This Area bXlll Size Head. Lt. Governor C. P. Dahl, Coop- Like New. 1959 Pfaff Sewing Mach- ine. NO ATTACItMENTS TO BUY. erstown, was named for governor. Zig zag stitches, buttonholes, over- ~asts stitches, appliques, blind stitclles, darns and mends. Also this machine sews forward and reverse. New quar- antee, Assume 9 payments of $8.32, or v,-ltl discount for cash. For informa- tion write: Credit Manager, Sewing M~tchlne Department, Box 316, Veater- town. Soutl~ Dakota 41-42 Business Opportunity 9 S. Bryce Streibel State Rep. S. Bryce Streibel. Fes senden area farmer, was endorse'l for Lt. Governor defeating Rep. Ralph Beede, Elgin, 284 to 238 in the tightest race of the confab. Rep. Howard Doherty, Dickinson, and C. W. Baker, Minot, withdrew after the second ballot. The endorsement of Dahl follow- ed the withdrawal of Ray Schnell. former Lt. Governor, Dickinson. In the race for U. S. Representa- tive were R. E. Meidinger, James- town, Ralph Erickstad. Devils Lake and Richard Thompson, Underwood State representative. Rep. Richard Thompson. McLean County, was endorsed for public service commissioner. Unanimous endorsements for re- election went to CrOP incumbents: State Auditor Curtis Olson, In- surance Commissioner A. J. Jen- sen, Commissioner of Agriculture and Labor Math Dahl, Treasurer John R. Erickson, Atty Gen. Leslie Burgum and Secretary of State Ben Meier. Three new hardy carnation var- ieties develop~l bY the NDAC ~tt~e De--eat, Allegro, Cal~ice and~ An~ are being fea~tred by seed and nursery com- panies and by leading garden mag- azines this season. Avian leukosis is the most destruc- tive disease among poultry, causing annual losses estimated a~ $60 mil- lion. Understanding and controU- ing this disease may give clues to an understanding of leukemia, a related form in man. Srick beautiful and eve qa ing, economkul to build ith end from maint ance co . Pmvid better emle value und will make your house a dream home. Ilobron Brick IH]I)I-JCIGI) PU-ICt : ll-unit ATA mote{ Sleeps 4u--newly decorate(1 rtqiily tO make money. Retaember spring is not laF a V~ ~3", expenses are SL[I~t I l [Felt ~ll. ttas t%VO [)e(ll-OOll{ heine ~.~.%' ~ I)VI V~ te g;trltge [/4 block l~ltld Taxes arl(I illSl|Fl/Iit-+, paid Hlltii fall Always bLLell ;t nlolley Iliil~er. llltel'esty III .loather start caust '~ s;tle. Cash prJe - $60.000.iR) Conttl(:t owner Ca rrull E l~;lllard, Douglas, Wyoniing. 39-42 [ or Sale: & x,V IlealBeer l)rivein. /'Jxclusi*, e l&cltnchise Iqxcelh, nt h)- cation, new 4 {Hit-" Hills }limb',Pay in Rapid City.Also other fine business OPl~ortuaities. Price riuht. Nor details write or phone ~'~thev H- ~altors, |iOX 132,8. Rapid C{ty, South I)akota, Fill- more 2-7407 41-42 Cle.'tning plant, b'or all particulars write to Abraham (:leaners, Hebron, N. Dak. 39-43 Bargatn Sale: Small town hardware and implement established 49 years ~go. Reason for selling ill health and age. John A. Swanson. Bantry, N. Dak. 40-42 For Sale: One of the best lumber yards and hardware in southwestern N. J), I)oing good bits{noes. Very good tm'n~u. A snap. Jack Merrick Real Estate, Tei--7112 Carson, N. Dak, 41-42 ttotel In county seat town. South- western Nortl2 Dakota. Doing n good business, Owner retiring. ~till sell very reasonable. Jack Merrick Re&l Estate Phone 7112 Carson, 1';. Dak. 41-42 Wanted 33 tteliable party to assume balance on 3 month old round bobbin Singer blonde console sewing machine. This machine sews forward and reverse and comes complete with attachments and new guarantee. To be sold in this area for 8 payments of 17.87, or will discount for cash with order. For more Inforrtmtion write: Sewing Maehiue DePartment. Credit Manager. Box 316, Watertown, S~uth Dakota. 41-42 Poultry For Sale: Emdon and Toulouse Gas- tings from selected flocks. Our new tow- list price has been cut sensational- ly lower then any year in our business. Sheldon's GOOse Hatchery, Bagley, Minnesota 41-44 Farms For Sale 2 lror Sale: The "Ozark Ranch" 1280 acres-four wire fence, gOOd road 5 miles from town. Includes half oil and mineral rights. Will sell with or with- out machinery. Harold Mattes, W'lshek. N. Dak. 41-42 1626 acre farm along Lake of the Woods. 2 mi shoreline. OrB{n, clover, foundation seed POtato area. Modern hence, 30,~0 bu. Gnaln storage other hldgs.Mrs. Tom Clark.Wllliau~ Minn. 41 Real Estate For Sale 1 I~or ~tle: Sease Blacksmith Shod along highway 7 in East ~eCl~ first Class shop completely equipped anu reaay to operate. Dan Mayer, Me- Clu~kv. N Dak. 40-41 CARE FOR UNMARRIED M~ Florence Crittenton Hems 111 l~th St south, Fargo, North Dakota. Wrlto superentendsnt for Informatlon. All In qulrlos confidential. HELP FOR UNMARRIED MOTWF~ ~ epaulet and outline ear*t. WrOs E[o,~ of Merey, 160~ 6th Av~m~e 8outb For~ North Dskota. Allinqulrie~ eo~ Idsntl,~ Notice 29 LARGEST whole~ale supply in U. @ l~rnlture, clothing, appliance, auto* and aceessorlss, farm equipment, tools housew.res, new products, tmPOrt~ l~ree details Associated Wllol~t~lera Rox ?0S$-RN, .~loux City 4, Iowa. ~# ST RAVVI~ER RV nnd RA.qPBF, R RY plants. All leadinle" varieties, l,aru-e thrifty plants. Cq'own und*.r trrig~t{on. Descriptive folder fee MoNoat Berry- Nursery, H~milton. Moat. 4!-~? Major Line Machinery d ~ ler.'~hip open for Bismarck. Fqasi~er. ('enter. C, leu l'llin and Bench areas. Wrtt~: Box 13~5. Hismarek. N D. for particulars ~I-12 GI'A~;~tF'ARMILV ROSARY! Only $~. Iuge Imported Rosary from Italy.Ideal for leader of f~tmltv re- nat',(-. Beautiful wall decoration ~'on- derful for bed. Older folks ]~rve it Kids treasure it. Proceeds for mis- sion convent and .~sters. Send $3.00 to Marian House, Powers L'lke, ~'. Oak 4 ! - 4 A new hit record by I,h'. Nelson "Mira- culous Medal Hy'mn'" and "Hymn to St. Ansgar (OmmrV' C, et vour's nov*, 45 RPM Send 1.00 to Marian Ho~ase. Powers Lake. N. Dak. 41-4! Lt)CAL DLWTRIBUTOP~HIP Avail - able Brand new and a r~l money- maker. Can be started in your spare time. F'or full details write Box 90. Ad No, 23260 Bismarck, N Dak. GeologiCally correlated possibility of oil and mineral deposits in your county $I.00.OtLq Thomas. Shawano, Wise. 4 ; Livestock 7 Your 'L~nlhs ash Cost les~ tO grow an,i bring there money. Get our new free booklet. Amm'ican Cheviot Society, I,a- fayette tlitl 21. I': 39-50 b'or Sale:700 mixed ag bred e~ e~. yearling" to fl yr.:It o](I. ['il'nt time advertisedfor sale. Phon~- 01(;l~V; after fl ['hi. Lyle Peterson. Sidney. .Monr 41-12 {,'or ,~a{e: l'l'Rl']l~lIl,'l, llt,;RICp~t~Itl) P(.q,l-i~qi) tflH,I,S A:N'D Hl 1b'[qH.b . lq Nelson x, Vilton. N. I) 37 For Sale: Regl#tered Angus bulls. 2 ye:trs and Younger. Reasonably pric- ed. Buy your bull early white the choice Is good. Goldberg Angus Farm Box 5,~4 Moorhead, Minn. ,il-52 Foe ~ll*': All reuistered I'it~refotdrs two year old Bull'sq'w+qvemonths phi Heifers. John D. l,:rtcks m & Son ('ooperstown, N. 1)al< 41-4~ Pets 1:] San~oyed puppies. [-9raps. Male real pet. Breeding and show stock H C. Bell, Manlulto, Minn. 41 Registered Springer Spaniels, Two months old. From hunting stock $20.00. Just riffht for next faJL Paul Albrecht, Courtenay, N. Dak. 41 For Sale Or Rent b'or Sale or Rent: Farm produce sta- tion in Medina. also small four room house. Jake Silzl% Medina N. l:)ak 41 North Dakota Newspaper A~m Bismarck, N. Dak 19(D--41 THE CHOtCE OF THOUSANDS HAS AU. TI41LSgi IqATUtlIS, In Eastern North Oako~a your representative i8 Joe Amundson, 1501 7thSt. N Fargo, phone ADams 2-2~4