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The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
May 17, 1945     The Billings County Pioneer
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May 17, 1945

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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER ILIOUSEHOIDI I' Jl liNTS t o o. / are "-'- ~Pe ,rle h' ]i'l*i I II/l Ill# Le MAY S OPE frsC rgi s" Wide-mouthed screw-top jar. --'------'n. . Y extra work. Th's - - ~----'--'---7 .'~. . . ."~7 ~ rsketch als shows a set of sca~l-l, ---a~-,THE STORY THUS FAR: Melody I nOOK. ~eorge ~'ury let ulelouy J sidewalk of Court Street they leaned [ lop-trimmed shelves on to of sim- A quick and easy way to clearl Jones and his side-rider George Fury,] pass, then backed out stiffly his eyesI against the front of th / le cu P ~ [ windows is to take a a er towe became lost crossing the plains and end- e saddlery, P pboards. They are in the liP- WPB has - - P P .i he I watchful all over the bar. I slow-moving, but edgily alert. - I . plens coder way for and rub over the windows on e/:~ m plynevme, a co ti~eI"You see," Me],ody Jones said George slowly lit his ci arette with . .~ :-:- . ~~ exports,on of taci||t|esto pro- agon r ute to California. Fury bit,g " ".*',"~" ",'".i:;: " = dueo 1,$00,000 m r damp day. . ,first bar while Melody wandered down, when they were alone on the board- out looking at it. His eyes were -nd b " - o, ,ru,k " ' ' ~ f!~t I ~~ry end e$.h" -~r minmry and e$- . ac m eleaner w.o ao ox,r tomor, whlsOed .t. girl a--. ;long at George Fury. I street Melody got out his r ',-' e,v o To . ' -4 ~* ~,Jl*~ r ~ v,i oy next Dec the fluffy seeds of dandelions iv /distance. in a lisre o, iemper Melody / ~lth glazed eyes. He was shaking / time holding it in his hand Finam, J I~~~ ~:l I ~l"e~'lle~t#ef~:r .~n2. :m-" I your lawn. knocked ,ra down wb, e~. ~ ~ rog,p / with a minute harsh tremor, like /he put it away again without m;k~- / I~', ~~ t~1 I rate - #-6"~OO'1~O'~ ";u2Dera, [ ----n-- I nil leer, Melody any, sea mm not / the shiftin- of san"~ ,iv. 1 i ,~.+ / i ~ .r~, ~ ~< ,~ ~ ~m r, ~ I - -, I ' ' lr He then" 6 s,~ .u ~ i~-s a ~*noAe. ne nac1 /or/ellen / Io"~~-~~!~ tel There are I S When using a screw-top can tc /w~sue atsomeone else s g :l: ] out of here," he said hoarsely.] what he started to do / f'~~~w'%:~l J #~ ehred ~Zo220".~Orutl~r "I save old paints or varmsh, smea~ ent Whut? "You " fmrms, man " L . ::-- . :'- / have any troile w, th any. / 47 ,lk 71 i l I - nu oap on me mreacts anu zne,Fnry was not doing as wen; the men in / we zetcnea up in a loomucal |body," George asked Melod,"the/ ::new e:selete: It has been I cap will. not stick. The soap wff,the bar had started to razz him, believ- / as yjum, maps want^we cone,- |whilst you was down the strYet,'' estimut.ed tha, there w~.l! be help make the closing air-tight. /'g him to be haWwit Roscoe. l ", ow's that again -- i "Wen no n^"" : i "o'" "nn O00,u:bo, i ,--" -- v, *,*~i~u.~ i;un- tired ira --e--- 'I've knowed fellers that sprung |sidered "No / I ":i W ~ s . -' 11 e" form, I - ", -- . / i wlicit .YOU ~ Ca~4L il ] L C--~'----p.~T'TI:R/PIf 11c~,~ lilt *'In years a~ the Tar stains may be removed from,~,a=~ ,r~ [ a brain, ' George Fury said. '~ut [bother as hml~ / |TO B[ /~OHmNr~ ~'iL' ' ' ~ '2 ~l[~m~m~ql I [ in ten }'ears after the war. [ cotton fabrics by covering the ape! ] [this is the first time I ever see a ] "Melody "~i'sa~in~'t'no time to be,~- -. ~ ~ ct~.r~,j ~ ow. wheeled vehicles [ with butter and allowing it to re "Talk[ ,~n.i--Talkl, Georae [whole town go high-leppin' crazy like [ holdin' somethi-- ~,~,t-, ling room here, but they mi,h, [ [ ~d In 8ob),km/ o-I~; I for a few ho rs belore ,