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THURSDAY, MAY 17, 1945,filE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER PAGE -- . J BILLINGS COUNTY The Week Ar und Medora IMeatFarmPrOduetlOnwar ,LIs 0nFarmersc'-'Get Break Laab FO Hx eY ng; Mr and Mrs D L Mc~-od~ AMnr: John iT:yflO~mdr]o=:l1945 ompms Trucks ,o PIONEER to~ sh~ppiIlg :~d visiting with o;t ~ the A drear W k ' I ~ear the of the be very satl~factor on o visit their dau hter in top many 1945 Farmers will get first choice on Y l~undreds A Continuation of I friends Tuesday afternoon. Sunday t . g - - [I t of North D - -- BOffic~l NesWtaS~eaperfof NtohrethCO~)n:Yot~f.I W. J. Ray D:c~e.k~edn ~ht ~to~e Harold Ditt~ C~rage in the eve-I keting their cattle as early as or h'npalrment is threatened by si~gpe~o~or' Zys H. W. Herb[son, [sale held at " - . possible, a shortage of trucks or other farm the fraxn l~bor pro- B~ne~oeV~,y N'~onr~SaI~aYkoa~a.meuur~'Ida. . . m ngs~ ~,~h ~ ~,nn~ is -~r- TO help offset the reductlon in equipment. ~rne Surplus Property grain. ~ [ Mrs. Don Short was eaten sue- ,~ l~n-~'r'~n~cro~'~t~at have red meat, W~FA seeks more poultry Board will decide the kinds and ".~evween this beet work and tlm =uD~rlpflon:$1.$0 N yem m anv.~ce|deniy ill at the ranch Is~ monaay -- ~ . /%" "7~. *'~ -" . meat production As an inducement, mounts to be made aw-~-,~ --- gram harvest proper we will have May 14, 1920 I day morning. Her condition is a~v:ar~an: ~ re~:des~"k ~L~SSa~ July 1. ahead of all other prioriti=,diately' North Dakota," he announces. satisfactory at last report. [ "The men are all Hal Corkery and Grey Wtlson~ of 1 rn B e of the north court r ~ rted and ,there is an acute With hog marketings down more This equipment will be sold only ,^~. strong, rugged ,Ko.bjo y . ape. ' |than a third from a year earlier to dealers who agree to sell ex -~,a~ and wm ma~e excellent snormge oz nay and omer z~ ! farmers ar ~' - - -, " nancts zor Imvlnf , Mikkleson were in Medora Thurs etin~ friends and trans- due to the late suring. [ ~ ~rgeu ~. mee~ me ~.~ ~vv~y. w xarmers in me area. Th~ k-~-'~L daalYoaedenfin~graUr~.~.g Friday with atc~tti:;~u;~essSin Town last Sat-, ~ ~ j,an goal ox ~ muLton neaa, which "re purchase surplus ,racks, farm-f -- ': --'~. ~ervlce m a.~ing . l~orma. Myers, wa.rren myer~ anu|is 18 per cer, t more than last fall's ers or farmer cooperatives will be .W~o wlll need this type ' f urday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark ~randt o The .Medora 4-H Girls treateO] .m~rgaret'l~ t~e ~an~aSea m a|crop. The support price, Chicago required to present certificates is. ~ca~alp m Jmy to furnish their Beifield have been the guest of their mothers to a movie show and] snow a~ ~eacn a~ u y. . . ]basis, has been raised to $13 per sued by their county Triple-A farm CO ilnty Extensi.on .agent or her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jonn sunr, er at D~cklnson Tussdav eve- ] Mrs. Lodema <~. Myers, went ~x) |nunureaweig~t on all good and Committee. No certificates will be . r ~ pmcemen~ office with Tester. ning. Mesdames Ray, Brown, and|Fargo Monday of last week to at-|choice butcher hogs up to 300 required for surplus farm each n~omauon on number of men Walter Tester and Paul Lebo Gratton f~nlshed the transuorta-]tend a convention of the Congre-"pounds inery and equipment ", needed, where they will be needed, -- / " ~and the le th of t were m Sentinel Butte. Saturday tion and the mothers report a very ] gational Church being held at that Ranchers and farmers are urged Dealers will be required to notify be ngt i~ne they evening to play for the dance glv- en,o,a~ble evening I place. She returned home Thurs-|to market their cattle and calves Triple-A Committees of the number t -*~-" znese or~ers Will be ~ ~ a~en and men will be re en there. I Mr. and Mrs. Herb Johnson and lday evening. |soon as they are ready. This would and description of trucks available !a p vlded Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson[result in more meat now when to farmers in their county and y r~. The Township officers of MedoraI H. C. Thoemke of Beach were Me-I " ' ~ ~vn~ me ~Uppl ms took No. 4 to Beifield ~ast Sunday I it is most needed and would help wlil be advised of the farmers and . uld be filed as outlined Township held a meeting Thurs-I, dora callers last Saturday evening. ] ~ Orders ~ho may at which time bids for the new [ H.H. Hafstrom of Cedar Canyon ] to help their daughter, Clarice,prevent congested fall markets and farmers' cooperative associations n~ ve as soon as possible, so the Hall were opened, the contract was Camp was in town looking after I celebrate her birthday. The return-l other marketing difficulties. If holding AAA ceritificates. Dealers[ eeessary arrangements can be awarded to Gee. ~I. Wright of his business interests Monday. Mr. led on No. 3 the same day. ]farmers achieve the 1945 slaughter will furnish reports giving the made in time to supply the work- Beach. Hafstrom has purchased one of the[ I ca[ ers wnere the are Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bahm were g for cattle and calves, they will name and address of each put- y wanted. T. A. Davis was a caller in the E. K. Rusth houses and expects in Medora Wednesday morning, market ~bout 37 million head, chaser of surplus trucks. Queen City Saturday. to remodel and make extensive getting ready to occupy their new about three million more than In mo~c~- OF TRUST~-E'S SAI~ home here. 1944. H. G. Kinmark was transacting business in Beifield on Saturday. C. B. Olsen, J F. Tester and W. R. Tester accompanied ,by the es Georgia Johnstone, June Law- ~on and Pearl Gray attended che dance in Sentinel Butte Saturday. night, Mrs. Frank McCullough of Fry- burg is spending the week a~ the home of her ~trents, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Boicourt of Pleasant Fiats, dttring .the absence of her husband who is looking after some business in Bismarck. J. O. Gray and wife motored to Beifield on Friday afternoon. C. B. Oisen, J. ~. Tester, We. McCarthy and M. W. Brandt at- tended the Convention held at Amidon Saturday. The members of the card club had a very pleasant evening a~ the home of J. O. Gray on Saturday evening. Mrs. Gee. Osterhout car- tied home the prize. Fine refresh- ments were part of the entertain- men~. midnight lunch served by intruders. ~*riends gathered at the Roy Gethmann home Sunday to spend a social day with Mrs. Marvin Ge~tmann and son from Okanag~n, Wash. Just before ~e pot luck dinner was served the crowd had a moment of silent prayer follow- ed by a prayer of thanks by Roy Gethmann for the V-E Day, re- .re. emberlng our ,boys who have paid T~ne supreme price and asking GOd s guidance to final victory. changes in the building. Paul W. I~bo was a Belfleld visitor last Monday, making contact with the rationing .board while there. He was accompanied by his son, Paul Alan. A. J. Biewer of Minor, Liquidator for the Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation, Receiver of the de- funct Stockmens State Bank of Medora, held a sale of the assets of that .bank dt the front door of the Court House Monday morning Although a sizeable list of such asse~s was offered for s~tle, little of value was offered and no bids were made aside from that of the Receiver which bid in the entire llst. Mrs. E. K. Rusth and daughter, Tena Paasch went to Dickinson Wednesday of ~ week where Tena received treatment for a septic sore throat. Phyllis Logan and sister. Mrs. Lcster ohristensen and children transacted business at ~he Court House in Medora on Friday of last week. Sheriff A. J. Anderson was for- tunate enough to purchase a 1940 Chevrolet car from Harold Dittus Ray Harley attended a meeting[last' week, and is now equipped at .Medora Thursday. Mrs. ~atleYlf rat. efficient service in his office. accompanied him and visited the|Jake says that he is going to keep R. Anderson home. They were busi'Ithe car keys in his pocket except hess visltdrs in Be[field Sa~urdaY[on speela] occasions. evening. I Mrs. L. M. Barnhart and ohfl- A few neiffhbors perpetrated a[dren, Miles and Joan and Doris neat surprise on Mrs. Palmer sim- pler on her 'birthday. A sociallKunkel took in the show in Beach evening was spent and a delicious Tuesday evening. We have it from authentic source that Willie ,Bahm has rented the A: E. Boicourt home here and will move in within a few days. " Word has been received by friends here to the effect that Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hlebichuk are now the owners of a 1945 model baby girl born May 9th at Bismarck. Con- gratulations folks. Ed. O Josucks, who farms north of Fryburg, was a county seat visitor Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Telfo~d spent Ted Cornell, who until recently Sunday at their home in Belfleld. was night policeman in Dickinson, Mrs. Stephen l~alaniuk spent ,two but is now farming on his parents' days in Bel~leld ~ler son, Max, ranch sbuth of town, forked his was cared for ,by Eleanor Johnson faithful horse and journeyed to during her ~bsence. town last Friday. Jack Egly and Leering Johnson Messrs. J. E. Harding, Gee. R. spent Sunday afternoon with Emil Osterhout, C. H. Umback and A, Hanink. E. Boicourt attended Masonic do- John Egly' and son, Ronnie, l ings in Beach Tuesday evening. ehauffered a few of the Seniors of] The Young People's League of t~e the Belfield High Schooi,'on theirlCongregational Church of Beach ~rip, Skip Day, to Bismarck. Mr.Ienter~ined the students~ of the Egly and Ronnie enjoyed the trip Sentinel Butte and Medora ~rlgh fully as much as the Seniors and[ Schools at a picnic held at the reports are no sights worthwhileI Shelter House near Medora last were Ieft unseen. They returned[ Sunday afternoon. All report a home after' seeing the evening very good time despi~e the cold. movie. Miss Mary Stuss drove to Me- Mr. and Mrs. John Baranko, Jeanette and Rudte were Sunday guests at Wallace Haniuks. Mrs. Marvin Getlunann returned from Scranton Thursday and was a gues~ of ~Bertram and Eleanor Johnson until Sunday. Babe Egly, Pauline Gethmann and Gayle Fritz spent the week end dora from her farm north of Bel- field and transacted business with .the Grazing Association Tuesday and also visaed at the Paul W. Lebo home. Carl Maslowskl of Gorham was in Medora last Monday to have hiS discharge "certificate recorded with the Clerk of Court. That same Martha Cornel[, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Chgs. Cornell, has taken a position with the Coffee Shop in Beifield. Eddie Tat[y, south counCryranch- er, was seen on our streets Wed- nesday morning. T. ~. Roberts returned to Me- dora from Dickinson on No. 3 Tues- day afternoon after a short visit at tha place. Proprietors George and Millie Radloff announce the formal open- ing of the Log Cabin Bar Friday evening, May 18, and ask everyone to come in and get acquainted. George Irlon of Dickinson, is back on his old Job of catering to the pt~blic a~ ~he Roosevelt Park Care. Mrs. Marvin Gethman and son, Richard of Wenatchee, Wash and Mrs. Vernon Fritz and Mrs. Bert- ram Johnson and son. Butch, of Oorhmn visited Mrs. L. G. Brown Tuesday afternoon. Lieut. and Mrs. John Nunn, an- nounce the ,birth of a" baby boy a the Glendlve Hsopital on May 11th. The newcomer is named Michael Paul. Phyllis Gray and Helen Arnold shopped in Dickinson between trains on Wednesday. Notice is hereby given that the lands hereinafter described will be offered for sale to the highest bid- der at public auction at the front door of the Court House in the City of Medora, North Dakota, on the 5th day of June, 1945, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock in the after- noon of that day Mountain War Time, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-0931 of the North Da- kota Revised Code of 1943: . The appraised value of sala tunas has been fixed at $500.00, wmcn ts the minimum sale price. Twenty per centum of the final bid sale price must be paid to the under- signed at the time of sale, and the successful bidder must also pay the costs of notice and sale and execute a contract for payment of the balance of the final sale price and interest at the rate of three per centum per annum in annual installments of six per centum of such price, plus tax and insurance deposits. The undersigned reserves the right to reject any and all blds. The said lands will be sold subject to necessary reservations and excep- tions, and to lease th~ere of ex- piring October Ist, 1945, and are described as follows: Northeast Quarter (NE~) of Section Thlrty-four (34), ToWn- ship One Hundred Forty-four (144)North. of Range Ninety- nine(99) West, in Binin~s County, North Dakota. Dated at Bismarck, North Daxom, May llth, 1945. THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA, Agent for the StateTreasurer as Trustee for the State of North Dakota. (May 17-24) NOTICE OF PI/BLIC SALE OF LANDS Notice is hereby given that the lands hereinafter described will be offered for sale to the highest bid- der at public auction at the front door of the Court House in the City of Medora, North Dakota, on the 5th day of June, 1945, at the hour of 3:00 o'clock in the after- noon of that day Mountain War Time, pursuant to the provisions of Section 6-0931 of the North Da- kota Revised Code of 1943. Billings County Red Cross Contri. butlons to May 15: Helen and G~en Kasper 4.00 Henry Bendix 5.00 Mrs. Hazel Schlangen 2.50 Nick Tkachenko 5.00 Ous Tkachenko 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. V. A. Smith 2.00 Julia Ewonluk 5.00 John Makaruk 5.00 , Paddy Osadchuk 5.00 Buster Klym 2.00 William Nameniuk 1.00 .Matt Ewonluk 5.00 Jeanette ~aranko 1.00 Ann Shypkoskl 3.00 Wasyl ,Dutchuk 2.00 Metro Klym 2.00 Betty Klym 2.00 Nick Shypkoski 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kordon 2.00 Mike Anheluk 5.00 Sam Demianiw 1.00 Nick Dowhaniuk 1.00 Steve Baransky 1.00 John Delyniuk 1.00 Metro Makaruk 1.00 Steve Anheluk 5.00 John 1W. Ewoniuk 5.00 Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kerdon 4.00 Steve J. Palaniuk 1.00 George Klym ~.00 George Demlaniw 1.00 Joe Rodakowski 3.00 Mike Osadchuk 1.00 Wallas Simnioniw 1.00 John A. Gregory 5.00i John Baranko 5.00i Mr. and Mrs. Alton Ugla 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Deianey 5.00 Mr. and .Mrs. Gust WoE 10.00 Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Anderson 2.00 Mr. and Mrs. Rlchard Swenson 6.~0 W. J. RAY Aflo~nay-a~-Law PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS Medora, N. Dak. Dakota Tomato Tops In Hawaii in their respective homes, day, John Ped]eskl, son of Mike The appraised value of said lands Pedeliskl had a similar service hass been fixed at $8~ .00, which g has been fixed at $800, wmcn Use Tractor To " rendered Both of these boys have me minimum sale price. Twenty seen plenty of active service and per centum of the final bid sale Dig Post Holes c=l M~.slowski was wounded insignedPrice mUStat thebe paldtime tOol thesale,under-and the Normandy invasion, the successful bidder must alsO pay Plans for building a homemade Mrs. Roy Noyes of Beach dr- the costs of notice and sale and POwer driven post hole digger have rived on No. 4 last Sunday and execute a contract for payment of and interest at the rate of three been worked out by J. C. Russell spent tha* d~ and Monday visiting the balance of the final sale price per centum per annum in. annual of the NDAC Extensio~ Service her mother, ,Mrs. Emma Lawson. installments of siX per eencum o agricultural engineering depart- J. J. Eaton drove to Dickinson such price, plus tax and insurance deposits. ment, and ave being made avail- on Thursday of last week to meet The undersigned reserves the right able to farmers in a four-page J. B, Fisher who was returning to r~ect any and all bids. The folder, home ,from the Mayo Clinic. Mr. said lands will be sold subject to The digger" is designed for at- Fishers physical condition Is not necessarytions, and reservationsto lease thereand ofeXCeP'ex- tachment to a tractor, using pow- er ~rom the tractor for its opera- tiu~, and can be handied by one man. Included in the folder are drawings of the digger attachment, With details for mounting it on the tractor. County Extension agents Will have a supply of this folder about May 15. It will also be tainable ',by wrlting to hhe Infor- n~tion Department, ~ Exten- Service, Fargo. the best, bu~ after a few days of rest here, he was s)ble to Journey to his home in Montana. Art Boyd left on No. 2 last Sun- day morning for Fort Snelling where he is to be inducted into the service. W. A. Mallory, who recently took over the duties of signal main- dPiring October Ist, 1945, and are ascribed as f0~iows~: Southeast Quarter (SE~) of Section Thirty-two (32), ~rown- ship One Hundred Thirty-nine (139) North, of Range One Hundred (100)West, subject to easements of record for pipe and telephonelines, in Billings County, North Dakota. Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, May 11tb, 1945. THE BANK OF NORTH DAKOTA, Agent for the State Treasurer as Trustee for the State of North Dakota. (May 17-24) The Bounty variety of tomato, originated ,by the NDAC Experi- ment Station, has become a leading variety in Hawaii, according to word received by Harold Mattson, ,N~)AC F, xperiment Station horticul- turist. A Hawaiian garden publica- tion announces that "Bounty ap- ,pears to be the best large-fruited tomato for summer planting at low elevations." Bounty is also a parent of t~e new variety "Pearl Harbor", just released by the H~wali Experiment Station, particularly valuable to Hawaiian gardeners because of its resistance to spotted wilt. The Pearl Harbor variety is similar to Bounty, but a few days later. It is being tested in North Dakota this ~ear, Mattson reports. COTTON CHENILLE Production of cotton chenille has been stopped by the WPB. 7~ FOR SALE--Frame dwelling ~0~' by 14%', three rooms, shingle roof, at Medora to be moved. Bertha L. Nichols, Medora, N. D. 49-4te for Sore and aching feet----Rheuma- tism- Arthritis-- Neuritis-- Slnur trouble and other chronic dis- orders. There should be no doubt that prompt treatment is wiser then neglect. Health Service Phone 81 Beach, N. D. THE OLD JUDGE SAYS GEORGE: "Yes, I certainly would like to hear why you call that an old fashioned idea, Judge." OLD JUDGE: "Glad to tell you, George. Until recently, a person known, as an al- coholic was generaUy treated as a social outcast. LRfle if anything was done to understand him or help him. But, during the past few years, medical research and study has developed that alcoholics are really sick people that there is usually a deep- rooted physical, social or emotional reason behind their behavior. That's why today so t~ner at Terry, Mont spent Che week end with his wife and chl- dren last week. NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that, ~ursuant to an Order of John G. refer, ~upervising Con~lliatton Com- missioner for the State of North Dakota, acting as Referee, dated May 8th, 1945, theundersiffned, H. E. Shearn, Trusteeof the Estate of Peter Duletsky, a bankrupt v~ll sell the followingdescribed real estate situatein Billings County, North Dakota,m-wit: The North Half (N~) of Sec- tion Twelve (12), Township One Hundred Thlrty-nine (139) North. Range One Hundred (100) West, of the Fifth Principal Meridian at public auction for cash to the highest bidder, free and clear of all liens and encumbrances, on the 19th day of June, 1945, at the hour of 10:00 o'clock in the fore- noon, Mountain War Time. at the front door of the Court House in the Town of Medora, i~ the Coun- ty of Billings and State of North Dakota, subject to confirmation by the said Supervising Conciliation Commissioner. acting as Referee. Dated this 8th day of May, 1945. H. E. SHEARN Trustee in Bankruptcy for the Estate of Peter Duletsky J. W. STURGEON, Attorney for Trustee Dickinson. North Dakota. (May 10-17-24-31) lease Notify W. J. Ray ofI Medora, North Dakota, of all Cattle or Horses branded (Bellows) on Left Jaw, Shoulder or Hip; (Cross- L) Left Side on Cattle; Left Thigh on Horses; (TC) Left Side Cattle, ~ning off Submarginal Range, th. of N P tracks or East of Submarginal fence on North side. You w/ll be reimbursed any expense in notifying. Any in. formation concerning the taking ~ steallng of this livestock will rewarded under the Stock- growers Association Reward as published. much is being done to help them by finding out and correcting the condition that leads them to excess." GEORGE: "How many folks are there like that, Judge?'" OLD JUDGE:" Wdl, according to scientific research, 95% of the people who drink, drink sensibly. 5% do so unwisely, at times. Included in that 5% is the small percentage of the sick people I'm talking about." GEORGE: "That certainly gives me a clearer picture. It's the most sensible ap- proach rve ever heard on the subject."