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!j BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER in N. D. RalI-Ro.d Snfety Coll,lell A state-wide drive to warn youngsters and parents of the dangers of children playing near the tracks In North Dakota towns and cities is underway, according to Alton Schuette, president of the North Dakota Rail. Road Safety Council. "As train crew men, we are constantly harassed with the fear of injuring youngsters playing in the railroad yards of our towns," Sehuette said. "Even though the entire crew watches, we need the help of everyone to reduce train accidents," Sehuette said. Local rail-road safety councils are sharing In the campaigm Retailers Elect blew Officers Food ReIailers To Publicize Benefit Rodeo The North Dakota Association of Food Retailers held its first annual conference luncheon at Jamestown Sunday, April 24th at the Elks Lodge. President A L. Sundahl, Bi~:narck, presided. In order to focus attention on family entertainment provided Sundahl said that every grocery by North Dakota rodeos, the store .in the state is urged to par- the Food Retailer~ set up a c~n- ticipate and develop its own plan for publicizing the event. He sug- mittee to publicize the benefit gested that the grocery stores might rodeo to be held at Father Cas-have customers register for family sedy's Home on the Range for tickets for the benefit rodeo. Some Boys at Sentinel Butte, Memor- stores indicated at the meeting that ial Day, May 30th. they might also provide transpor- Heading the committee is A. L. tation to the rodeo at Sentinel Butte for the winning award. Sundahl, Bismarck. Members in- Tritschler was appointed to work clude Marshall Miller. Beach; F. out details with local Eagles Clubs J. Buckman, Belfield: Andy Foist, Jr New England: John Schmidt, in the state cooperating with bus Dickinson: Ted Tritschler, James- companies in providing special bus town and Mrs. Piper. secretary. service for the event. R. E. Meidinger, Jamestown, presi- dent of the Greater North Dakota Assn spoke on the new retail mer- chants committee. The son of one of North Dakota's pioneer grocers at Fredonia and Wishek. Melding- dealer. He voiced optimism on the possibilities this new committee might perform for the retail busi- ness in North Dakota if operated unselfishly for the benefit of all. Donald A. Caldwell, Sioux Falls, So. Dak secretary-manger of the South Dakota Retailer's Assn out- lined the history f that group which was organized in 1897 and has given continuous service through the changing times. "Retailers are the end of the high- ly complex chain of distribution which insures the high standard of living. Every day is election day at the cash register where customers vote for what they want and at the price they are willing to pay. Mer- chants invest capital, labor and brains to serve as purchasing agents for their customers," Caldwell said Next to the basic industry nf North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage --- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: ! 4c per word first insertion-no ad less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK" CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main a~d Mand~ 8irrupt BISMARCK. N. D. ELLEN TROTTER, attractive Miss Rodeo North Dakota, 1960, is convincing evidence of the nutri- tive value of North Dakota Beef -- further de- scribed by the sign she holds. Ellen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Trotter, Grassy Butte, will be appearing at many of the rodeos around the state this season. While she is Miss Rodeo, we also think she does a fine job here of promoting North Dakota Beef. (N. Dak. Beef Council) agriculture he said, retailing and Seed And Feed .5 wholesaling comprise the largest in 1,'or Sale - Traill, L, Parkland, barley. dustry in North Dakota in point of Very low smut test. Langdon durum. payroll and investment. Marine, Sheyenne, Boiler flax. Farmers Coop Elevator Sharon, "N. Dak. Phone Ed King, Dickinson, was elected 453]. 42-45 the new president. Eugene Laske, For Sale: Canthatch seed wheat Oakes, was re-elected vice presi- (:leaned and treated $3.00 per bu dent and Clyde Clayton, Lakota, was hulk lots. Purity 98.71% germ 95%. elected treasurer. Mrs. Marion J. Peter A. Nygaard, Alexander, N. Dak Phone 4472. 42-45 Piper, Bismarck, was renamed sec- ~I(~y rotary-manager. ['[~PJ~ STBAIN certified seed for Directors elected for two year extra "profit, high Yiehling certified terms include Harry Bossert, Velva; arny flax for sale, bagged and tag- gad. Check experiment station for re- Don Miller, Grand Forks; Steve milts $5.50 per bushel, less In large Dahl, Fargo and A. L. Sundahl, Bis- 1.is. Robert Schmuser, Hunter, N.D. marck. T. P. Pehlconer, Langdon 44 47 and F. J. Buckman, Belfield, were elected directors for one year. Ed. C. Drews, Fargo, group en- l,arge, beautiful re,~t'aurant for lease, rollment manager of the North Da- l=Hllings, Montana. Al~proximately $135,fl00 gross sales, Year. Charles kota Hospital Service Assn out- [loggia. P, O Box 473. Billings, Mont. lined services of the benefits of 43-45 group insurance through Blue NEW HARDWARE AND AUTO Cross and Blue Shield plans. ThisSTOI{.E to be established in Moose added service for members of Lake, Minu Bowman, N. I). and Ips- the North Dakota Association of wich, ~. D. $16,500 investment requir- ed. Phone WEst 5-1711 collect or Food Retailers has increased mere- write COAST TO COAST STOP~ES. bership considerably, Sundah] re- ported. Ed King, Dickinson. center, is being congratulated, on his election to the office of president of the North Dakota Association of Food Retailers. by A. L. Sundahl. Bis- marck, retiring president, and new director, at the first annual con- ference luncheon of the group re- cently held in Jamestown. From left-to-right are: Ted Trit- schler, Jamestown, director: Eugene Laske. Oakes, vice president; Harry Bossert, Velva, director; King; Sun- dahh Clyde Clayton, Lakota, trea- surer; and Mrs. Marion J. Piper, Bismarck, secretary-treasurer. Directors not pictured include: F.J. Buckman, Belfield; Dahl, Fargo; George K. Larsen, Crosby; Don Miller. Grand Forks: and T. P. Pehlconer, Langdon. (ff(ing Studio Photo) [2- Strontium-90 the fallout from atomic explosions, ,may be ten times higher a~ the base of slopes, where sediment from water xunoff accumu lates, than on uphill areas. gnd LIVE 0 C~yrm~ WH. Farms For Sale 2 32-~ ~ A. dairy farm with 70 head of Hoist. cattle, full line of machinery. Large mad. home, Ig. hip Central Organization Inc 7500 Excel- sior Blvd. Minneapolis, Minu. 44-46 GROCP.~RY and Market in South Texas county seat doing $105,000 yearly. Priced for quick sale. Kashfinder, Wichita. Kans. 45 FOR SALE: ON Bb~AUTIFUL LAKIi] Vermillion with 3C5 island, 5.6 acres, ~00 foot lake front, 6 cabins and lodge, heats and mis Electrified. good well, docks, on highway No. 169, good motel location Due to death, must dispose, Bargain, Contact Silvola Ageucy, ll0 2nd A~. so. Virginia, Minn. 44-46 GROCERY. Service Station, honle and lental cabin ill Oklahoma resort area doing $65,000 yearly. "Corms. Kashfind- -,', ~,Vichita Kans. 45 AUTO AND TRUCK agency doing (~*.r $1HL000 yearly,Okhthonl~t town of 7 000. Only $5.000plus inventory. ~%a~el/tn(le.r, ~ricJllta. k~lllS;I 45 Steve New Headwarv and Auto stores to be establisiled in Bownlan, N Dak. and Ipswich, So. l)ak. $16,500 investment required. Phone ~Tl,lwt 5-1711 collect or write Coast to Coast Stores. Central Organization, Inc 7500 Excelsior Blvd. Minneapolis, Minn. 4').45 For Rent 28 For l cnt: Almost new 10 stool lunch room. lunch room all equipped, heat, lights, water ~50.00 a month at truck stop. Trible Service Lisbon. N. D. 44-45 Real Estate For Sale 1 l~eal t~state For Sale: Sense Black- smith Shop along highway 7 in East McClusky; nrst class shop completely equipped and ready to operate. Dan Mayer, McClusky. N. Dak. 45-46 For immediate sale: W z~, See. 14, T ~. *,' l, W 2nd with buildings. Can all be cropped this Year. l~/a mites West ol Glen Ewen, Sask. On good mztrket road. Mrs. Magdalina Klein, Box 295. Oxbow, Sask. Phone 202. 45-46 FOR S$~LE: Fully equipped g~rage. Building and lot can be purchased separately if desired. A2so 3-bedroom home for sale. Inquire at I'owell Serv- zce, 1624 2nd. Ave. West in Willlston, or telephone Greenfield 2-273]. ~fter ~ p.ln. 45 i,'Ol~ SALE: 1~5~ Renault. New con- dillon. ~ee, write, or call Synthia Scnultz, Sentinel Butte, N. 1). 45-46 'l HE LA'FE, Thomas L. Brouillar(l's a"~ ~r of line equipment and libra ~. }Lr~ I bol.nas L, I~,OUtlI;tI((, t~llCIltl~tle, ~N, ~,% 46 i,'t)t SALE: 1 single axe with spring. ~kllAllllnUltl horse It'&tiler, nc%v tlr~s, This zs i ot JUNK. l'rlce $3Z5,0U J. l). J. ~enz, I mi. S. of Hazen " 45 ,~*-~'IJAURANT EquipmentSUpply /~ Wisconsin doing ~:/,'tU,UUU ~eo-,a. ih- v ~nLory plUS Valise O1 trucK, tl.~.tlrt,- ~,tSnllnuer, Wichita, Kans. 4 Female Help Wanted 26 wANTS;l); % onmn to izelp with houso /IOUL :.z&ll'~, l~.oy~l~t.tstler~ ~%lapte~Oll~ .~. ~). 45 weeks in July. ~xperienced lab, ~,~, ~--z'~y tecnniczan. Apply to I~X~- Vllte - ~Ott lll~aa HOSt#I I.d-i Adellne (~%,%'t~11~, -~, 2~UUI ~/onall, .*~. l'. 4,)-It) v arm quzpment 4 ,~,At'~,t ~,~ O~%Jd WAY disc plows, 4 ~z'-6'-,~' sizes-seeder atta~hmen~ for v'. Will lit ally uactor Wlt/[ tltree ,omt hitch. Priced to selL Faxgo F, quipment Sales Co Box Igl~, Fargo, N. i 45 --~sease hazards to U. S. livest~'~ and potdtry now cost more than $2 billion a year, U~ e~ttmateL Brick lm beautiful and ever- lasting, economical to build with and free from maint nance carats. Provides bel+er resole value and wil) make your house dream home. Hebron Brick COs M|BRON, N. D. er mentioned his own work in the roof baru 2 silos. Disabled owner. vrocerv h ~ines~ before boearnin~ S:~crilice, $40,000 compl with only $,10,- " . -- ~ 000 O0 down. Wright (aunty l~al an insurance agent, banker and ear i 'state. Buffalo, Minn. Ph. 131". 45 Today's average community hospital has two employees for every patient. Approxi- mately 65% of the hospital's dollar goes to pay their sal- aries and this is a maior factor i. today's higher hos- pital costs. Personal CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTHERD Florence Crlttenton Home 111 l~h ~ south, Forgo. North Dakota Wrt,~ superentendent for Inforrruttlon. All l~. quirlos confidential. HELP F01~ UNMARRIED MO'PI~Vt'~ oounmmel snd n~rshrt~, care. Wrffs Hm~m ~ Me~t~'. 1~;0l Sth &v,mue ~mth Psr,~ orth Dak~a. All lnqutH~l ~nftdltmtt,l otice . 29 LARGEST whOl~s&lo supply In U. $ Furnitur0. clothing, &ppltaneas, all~t~ and accessories, farm equipment, tools housewsres, new products, import. t~cee d~tslls. Associated ~holel,~er| ox 206 -BN, Sioux City 4. Iow~ 8r, Unwanted Hair 1,'a~lishe(t away with Saca-Pelo. ~).ca-Pelo is diff,~ronL [t does not d}ssolxe (~r r+~.move hair from the surface, but pon~trat~ and retards ~rowth of unwanted h:~ir l,or- Beer Lab, Ltd Ste 5 g79fir,tnville Vancouver 2, B. ~ ' ' ' 45-~6 SLII)ING PACKER, hitoh ] 7/g m. .I0 foot 8 inches bendinff protect- ed. $2(1.00. Senti for tire,slat on it and plow connecting brackets. 20" long ('oil spring for above $9. Disconnt to dealers. Wellons. F'argo. N. ft. PHE%V. WHAT AN )PPORTTTNITY'. First class liquor establishment lo- c:~ted el! town grossin~" $50.000.00 year. ,~pe('ial r!~,w b~tildi~, ren~ reasonable Grinde. New Rot'kford, N. D. 45 %Vernon Sew Per Profit b~asy Read)-- cut wrap around apronf~ home. Net profit $20.46 on dozen, sparetime ven- [ure. Write Ac('u ra teMfgr's l~'ee- port. New "fork. 45 YOU won't need expectant.o---w, didn't have any~ But xv~'vc had fun and made good in ore" low-overhead High- way Jaurniture Star*- ()wn bld~r, with solf-t'ontntned living quarters, hist. yrs. in lush, fast-~Trowin~ Willamette Valley, near Portland. No labor lrrO- hlems - ,'~O coll~'tion ~r repigssession worries. Retirinc- lnvesti~atlorl will nrove tlti:~ unustlal, l~t 1 I~OX 4,q %Vood- b!lrll. Oregotl. 45 Livestock 7 Your lambs cHn cost less tO grow anti bring more money. Get our new fr~e booklet. American Cheviot Soeiety, La. fayette Hill 21 Pa 39-50 For Sale: Young Columbia ewes tO b, mb May lut, .Tess Koitzman Lak;la N. l)ak. 43-4~ For .Wale: PURPH]I{I,H* H~,'RE~)RD POLLED BULLS AND HI]IFERS %. b3. Nelson Wilton. N. D 27 For Sale: Registered Angus bulls. | years and Younger. Reasonably pric- ed. Buy your bull early whit~ th~ choice IS ~'ood. Goldberg Angus Farm. Box 5q4 Moorhead. ]~finn 41-5~ Top Wiseonain Holstein and ~uernsey (~lves and cows shipped on apprOV~ll Rr, y BIott. Box 552. Mukwonago. Wtsc 42-43 Double Standard Polled Hereford Bulls conling tWO, few opeu heifers. Gold Dust. M. H. Lamp and All bre~,ding. Also two young herd sires. Atf and Perfect Domino breeding, H[aro d Ton~- feldt Route 3 South Ed e of P'~ stone, Minn. 45-4g For Sale: Registered Angus bulls, 2 years and younger, R~,asoaably pric- ed. BUy your bull early while the choice is good. Goldberg Angus Farm. Box 5~4, Moorhead. Minn. 45-4~ I~O1{ SALE: 90 pnrebred Hampshire ewes. all ~g(,s. ]aOlbS a[ side; Ell] regls|ered. AX~| I,anielsonPairvlew. Mont. 45 FOR SALE: Young Hereford cows to oalf. Som~, with c~Hves. C. P. Nel- son. Edgeley, ~N I). Phone4536. 45-46 North Dakota Newspaper Assn Bismarck, N.D. 1960--45 ~m $,~b~,ptm, w~S. &mlm PtleOS Yrom i