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May 19, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER North Dakota Press Women Elect Officers T?m North Dakota Press Wome,n co:::mued to enjoy each other~ newspapers all through the conven- ~ia~ at Bismarck which ended with: a cusiness meeting and election c,f officers April 22. Pictured here from left to right are Mrs. Marion J. Piper, Bismarck, fe.a:~Lre writer for Conrad Publish- ing Co retiring president; Mrs. Hel- ren Vanderburg, Shell Rock, Iowa. co-owner of Home Town Newspap- ers and president of the National Federation of Press Women; Mrs. Doris Eastman, Women's Editor of the Fargo Forum, secretary; Mrs. Arlene Saugstad, Minot, editor of the Ward County Independent and tl~e new president; Mrs. Rosamond 79 Gr Vancouver 2 B,anville C. 45-4~ WI+*'STIqRN MONTANA ("attle sh++eO. d+ iry wheat, diversified ' 1":~ riches. Mild Climate no win+. drought. floods. Agriculttlral Ol)lmrtlln~tios for yOU here in this wo ~derful area. Fisher Rea tv St. Ignatius, M<)ntana 4t; Livestock Your l~mbs c~n CO~t less tO grow and bring more money. Get our" new fre~ booklet. American Cheviot Society La- fayette Hill 21, Pa. "39-50 h E ~Jo BULLS AND 14I~IFW.R~ ~. Nelson Wilton. N.D. " 37 yv,u+~ an~ YOUnger. Reasonably pr|c. ed. Buy your bull early while th# choice Is good. Goldberg Angus Farm. Box 5~4 Moorhead, Minn. 4i-5. D~or Sale: Three+ sor~'ei Sh+*tland)stud colts 1 year old. $200+00 ~mch. I: hone 366. Andrew Wasilow. Hox 1S2 Maple Creek, Sask, Caqada. 46 Double Standard Polled Hereford Bulls coming two, few open hei~,ors. Gold Dust. M. H. Lamp and All breeding. Also two YOUng herd sires. Aif and Perfect Domino breeding. Harold Tons- feldt, Route 3, South FXlge of Pipe- stone, Minn. 45-4g For Sale: Registered Angus bulls, 2 years and youngt, r. R,*asonablv pric- ed. BUV your bnll early whfle the choice is good. (;ohthere:- Angus Farm BOX 594 Moorhead Minn 45-4~ ~OICI OF THOUSANDI HAS All THIef LqL&I~IIILN~ Prs-etBJ~d double courlBd go, d~r ~ er lap oidl~ PLUS 100's MORN SA'#! THOUSANDS OF DOLLAU Till CAPP'HOMI pUSCHASI PLAN .JM 1NJ~tJJlSe plan w+lh Prices from IIUYI~Ia Fill AHO CUSTOM EI~L! ON YOUR LOT. AND FOUNDATION ARYWHBRE. * FREIGHT FNO C~PP-HOME$ t In Eastern North Dakota your representative is Joe Amundsen, 1901 7th St. N, Fargo, phone ADams 2.2364 In Western North Dakota your repPesentative is L. W. Niel$on, 1000 17th St. N. W Phone TE$.~I ;11 I"()R SALE: Young lh+r(~for(I ('~)w'~ to ('~llf. ~onle V,']th (' ,>lxe~. (" i' ~el- son. F3d+t,lev "N. ]) I h,)++,-4525+ 4":;-4g ~. . ~ . . +Z I:,;)' g'dt Alli< + <'h:dm~) * %'D+ i5 ll':l~'TI)'" %viII" widt. f +,))t ;~'~(I lrrnoti- t'allyrww rlll)l,+.r all :ir,)l)n+l ~[()tor u+-es11o oil. Mil<.+ S( h )ll i~.~lei~lt. N I)ak Pbotlv ["l:~sh~r. IG~;7 46 Car For Sale 20 N.x+CIIIFI('Iq J955 ()l l),'~ ,+onxevtibi NOW ~i otI)F ex('++lle,nt ~'~)llit ttotl+- Nt.ver bef, ll (Itlnla++~+] or 11 ;toci(le, ]thttk :lnd whit, x,ithN:+lon ";httP IOll :ill(1 boot, S1)i)t~IPt's Lind du;)Is All h,tth(,r interior, t,'i+'st ~l.+ /)) tttk(s 1,++~) ,1 Grant M01t, N Ira+.i'Ilot) 4i I 4C Wanted 24 VACATION P~EI'LAt'I,;MI~NT F()R Present levels of radioactivi;y two weeks tn July. Experienced lab. and X-ray technician. Apply to Ren- from fallottt are still several hund. ville - Bottlneau Hos]ntal Adel/ne Owens. RN, Adm Mohall N. T). 45-46 red fold below the levels form nat- . urally occurring radio.isotopes in North Dakota Newspaper Aim. soil, USDA scientists say. [ Bismarck, N. Dak, 46---1960 Check theso amazing foatures The low coil; farm building to ~mit many uses. Ideal for storing grain, aheltering liv~tock, storing machinery, wo~k shop, garage, and ~'o~ cf other nses. STRONG--the structure is n~gged and easy to maintain. ~EADY.TO-ERECr you can put this building up yourself and sara. Comes cut and packaged with complete directions for quick and easy construction. If you wish, Great Plains will arrange for erection at minimum coat to you. FREE DELIVERY within raditm of 50 miles of any Great Plains lumber yards in Minn N. Dakota, S. Dakota, Iowa, Nebr. LOW MONTHLY PAYMENTS fit the budget as well as the farm. You ca~ establish payments on very easy terms. The Farm Utility building shown is one of a complete llne of farm and home buildings available through your nearest Great Plains Supply Company lumber yard. Contact the yard manager or if not convenient mail ou~pon to the Great Plain ~upply Company general office+ l;p fins coupon tot-- I ]