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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER Stockmen to . Meet June 10 12 At Dickinson Cattlemen, their families and friends will meet in Dickinson June 10-11-12 at a 28th annual con- vention announces Joe Milton, Mc- Lead, president of the North Da- kota Stockmen's assn. Registration, commencing Sunday when many of the conventioners will start arriving, will be at the Ray Hotel. Scene of the general assembly sessions will be the Dick- inson Theatre. Milton's annual message will open the convention at 1 p.m. Monday. Radford Hall, Executive Secretary of the American National Cattle- men's assn. (Denver office) will address the afternoon assembly. Committee meetings will close the first day's business. A "social hour and smorgasbord will find convention registrants gathering at the Community build- ing Monday evening. Following that, Western Dancing sponsored by the Junior Stockmen. The general assembly will again be in session at 9 a.m. when Jerry Sotola of the livestock bureau of Armour & Co., Chicago will address i the group. Following Sotola will be C. A. Reynolds of Kansas City, i Mo. and Rex Bell, Lt. Governor of Nevada; both talking on the Cowboy Hall of Fame. Highlight of the afternoon pro- gram is to be a panel discussion on marketing with all segments of the industry represented on the panel. George E. Strum, livestock exten- sion agent of the North Dakota Agricultural college, Fargo, mod- erator. The annual Stockmen's Dance will conclude the Tuesday program. The convention is a family gather- ing with the North Dakota Cow Belles and the Junior Stockmen participating. Both groups will reg- ister for business meetings and pro- grams in connection with the Stock- men's assn. as well as individual meetings of their own. --Stop Road Horrors- MATJCEK REELECTED WELFARE BOARD PREXY At a recent meeting of the state ,pblic welfare board, Joe Matjcek, Lankin, was reelected president of the group, J. Q. Jacobs, New Eng- land, re-elected vice-president, and Mrs. Earl Shaw, Fargo, re-named secretary. The board, meeting in Bismarck, named Gottlieb Wendland, Kulm, treasure, succeeding the late Lew- is Odland, Beach. Three other men, bets of the board are H. A. Kluver, Minot, Jacob Swenson, Bismarck, and Ralph Christiansen, Watford City. The latter was appointed to succeed Od]and on the Board. I warn m [ gJvo 'era room SL!DE DROPS TRAIN INCANYON # , TWO DIESEL UNITS of the Western Pacific's California Zephyr are shown at the base of Feather River Canyon, Oroville, Calif., after a sudden rockslide swept them down a 1S0-foot cliff. A third unit was derailed. Remainder of the coaches stayed on the rails and enly four crewmen were injured. (International Soundphoto) OFFERED IN SUMMER CONTEST A beautiful two-bedroom lake- shore cottage and lot, located on L a k e Darling near Alexandria, Minn., have been revealed as the grand prize in this summer's Ameri - can Crystal Sgar contest. The announcement was made through the North Dakota Broad- casting co. The lake home will top a list of 301 prizes and will be awarded to the person submitting the best name for the vacation retreat. The re- maining 300 prizes will go to run- ! nets-up. ! The contest will begin May 12, running through June 29 and will be made up of six separate weekly contests. Winner of the lake cot- !tags will be chosen from among the top six weekly winners by an irdependent judging organization. Details on the contest will be avail- able at grocery stores. END OF SEASON .STARTED CHICK SPECIAL 4 TO 5 WEEKS OLD PULLETS  Immediate Shipment ,,r Later. CALIFORNIA WHITES m HAMP WHITES WHITE LEGHORNS Neubert's Famous Egg Producers Key Flock Matings: SKI-LINE PULLETS ........................................................................... $44.90 GHOSTLEY WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS PER I00 ............ $42.90 HAMP WHITE PULLETS ...........  .................................................... $41,90 CALIFORNIA WHITE PULLETS PER 100 ............................ $43,,90 Now is the chance to get these chicks at bargain prices. 100% Pullets accuracy guaranteed. U. S. Certified Pullornm, Clean. 3 TO 4 WEEKS PULLET HAMP WHITES, GHOSTLEY WHI;EREIGOOHoRNS ................................................. :' CALIFORNIA WHITES, PER I00 .......................  ....................... $39.90 NEUBERT'S HATCHERY ST. PETER, MINN. Predict Rise In Hog Prices This Summer The department of agriculture predicts that farmers will receive higher prices for hogs this summer than at any time in the past three years, but that prices will drop sharply in the fall. In a report on the outlook for livestock, the department also fore- cast that retail pork prices will be higher this year than last until close to the end of the year. It said retail prices of choice beef, now above a year ago may contin- ue high for a few months more. The department forecast total con- sumption of meat in the country in 1957 at an average of 159 pounds per person, eight pounds less than the record 167 pounds per person m 1956. It said the usual fall hog price de- cline will be greater this year than usual and by December prices may be somewhat under those of a year ago. However December prices will be well above the low of Decem- ber, 1955 it added. Farm prices of all meat animals have improved significantly, the de- partment said in its publication, "The Livestock and Meat Situation." Some of the gains are seasonal "but so long as the deman for meat stays strong, prices are expected t6 continue above depressed levels at the last two years." The departemnt said the break in the Southwest drought coupled with reduced cattle and hog in- ventories are contributing to high- er livestock prices. Prices of stock- er cattle, already on the uptrend, increased more rapidly as ranges im- proved and in early may were $3 a hundredweight above a year earlier. The department said prices at stacker and feeder cattle are ex- pected to pass a spring peak and then decline seasonally. i On April 1 there were four per cent more cattle on feed than a l year before. Slaughter of fed cattle will stay large the rest of 1957, the department said, but because few- er grass cattle will go to slaughter, total slaughter probably will aver- age lower than last year during the rest of the year. ---Stop Road Horrors-- CEREAL LAB HAS NEW MALT MILL A new mar mill, purchased with funds provided by the Malting Bar- ley Improvment association and the Malting Research Advisory com- mittee, is helping the NDAC de- partment of cereal technology in its malting barley research program. The new mill, a little larger in size than the homemaker's elect- ric food mixer and slightly similar in general appearance,was manufact- ured in Western Germany.It is a precision built, slow speed grinder that does its work without hesitating the grain. Heating reduces the malt activity, and has been a common and generally unavoidable labora- tory problem in most grinders. Since the new mill was installed it has been possible to double the number of samples capable of being processed by the old equipment, reports Dr. R. H. Harris, depart- ment head. In addition to being more efficient, the dust free features of the mill improve the working con- ditions of the laboratory. --Stop Road Horror At the first sign of foot rot in your livestock, call in your veterinarian. WANT Farm Coverage -- Gets Results BUYING SELLING RATES: 12c per word first insertion  no ad less than $2.40 10c per word each additional issue, $2.00 minimum Send or Bring Your Want Ads to the Publisher of this Paper North Dakota Newspaper Association SEND DI]ECT 1"O MAIN and MAN'DAN STREET BISMARCK, NORTH DAKOTA Personal 38 CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTHER Florence Crittenton Home, 711 19th 8 South Farsm, North Dakota. Wrlt suus intendent for information, &H Inaulrle onfideatial, g t Livestock PURE BRED POLLED H]L'RIeFORD Bslb and heifers. A. E. Nelsen. Wilton, N. D MINNESOTA DAIRY COWS FOR SAL# Holstein. Guern Brown, Swim'. hand at all times, at the North Horn Tattley Farm, 5 mitu east of Bismarck Highway I0.  t Dozen Registered Ans heifers. All by tot> Bardolier herd sire. bangs vaeinated. These are priced reasonable. Knuta Thor- sen. Ulen. Minn. 47-48 REGISTERED BRAHMA BULL. EIGH- TEEN months-old. Ray Short. Angus, Minn. 48 AUCTIONEERS MEET JUNE 1 The annual convention of the North Dakota Auctioneers associa- tion will be held in Bismarck Satur- day, June 1, announces Frank E. Fitzgerald, president. Stop Road Horrors- If you have apple trees, look for fireblight disease. It is difficult to handle unless the trouble is recog- nize in time. LIVESTOCK & PRODUCTION LOANS st reuonsble rates m made to fsrmers by the MANDAN PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION MANDAT, N. D. Branch Office in Old IAberty Bank Building, Dickinson Brick is beautiful and ever- lasting, economical to build with and free from mainte- nance costs. Provides better resale value and will make your house a dream home. lt pay$ to investi.qat8 Hebron Brick CO. HEBRON, N. D. VACATION AT. Ely M I NN ESOTA IN THE HEART OF THE SUPERIOR NATIONAL FOREST For Booklet Write Chamber of Commerce, Box 630, Ely, Minn. NEW[ FOR RANCHERS! W'N=rthernFounders Insurance Co. Stock WE BUY and SELL FOR LATEST INFORMATION ON INSURANCE STOCKS Write Box 486, Bismarck, N. D. Northern Securities Co. Lahman Hay Stack Rack Now one man can easily stack hay - - - with this new Lahman Stack Rack. Makes stocks of approximately 6 to 8 tons of hay. Comes in 2 sizes: 8' x 15' x 21', and 10' x 15' x 21'. Easily transported either in one unit or knocked down. Does not have to be disassembled to remove from stack. See your local dealer or write for information. Priced low. Phone or write Lahman Manufacturing Co Bonded and Registered Dealers Ist National Bank Bldg. Bismarck, N. D. Hecla, South Dakota Please send me yo FREE Career i Z ONE _-..STATE "Dream Job" fasteH illustrated. ful job hunting tips! Send for your today] -- -- -- Tear Off And Mall Today "" Employers Serviee 600 Rand Tower Mlnneollis 2, Mira1. I went an assured future. Booklet at el NAME ADDRESS CITY !Business Opportunities 9 SHOE STORE & REPAIR. TAKE Small trailer house and ear on part pay. E. E. Ruud. Lake Park, Minn. 45-48 FOR SALE: An old established care ia good county seat town : surrounded by one thousand good fishing lakes : good duck hunting country. Bus depot in Connection with ten tncomin buses a day. Doln ao- lroximately 70,000 Jrross ver year. Box 290, Fergus Fails, Minn. 47.48 Motel AAA. 11 deluxe units, beautiful apt. office oen year around. Has well furnished rooms, good htway. Earl's Motel Earl G. Gilbertson. owner Benson. Minn. 48-50 Tool Drill rir. almost new 3.00 ft. cable. with trucks and all tools to drill wells for oil or as. Ideal rir for promotion deals or roductions. Box 535. South Shore, South Dakota 48-50 FOR SALE: TRUCK LINE. STOCK. freight. ravel. Good business state. Owner, Leonard W m|th" Leaving Box 382. Lderwood, N. Dak. " ........ 48 7 Modern housekeeinr cabins and 2 bed. room home. Excellent location in boomin town on busy highway. Good yearly bus/- $16,000 handles. For particulars write Box 15 Grand Rapids. Minnesota 48 ISLE-O-PINES, Bier Wolf Lake. 8 mad. cottages, new gas stoves & alum. boat-. good beach, vlaym'ound, walleye & nc"th- ern fishing, family resort. Harold & ]Lve Sina, er, Rt. 8 Beidl 48 WANT TO LEASE OR qLIefe & bus depot in Grove City, Minn. P,eeor- ated and doing good business. Metal V. Miekelson, Grove City. Minn., Phone 791 48 Notice 2 MONUMENTS and MARKERS. SHIPPED direct. Write Lawrence Patton. 1029 Water Avenue South. Sauk Ranids. Minn. 47-50 Rolls Developed- 7 hour service. One set prints 35c. One set Jumbos 40e. Fox Photofinishtn. Billings. Mont. 49-91 FOR FISHING and family fun. come to Bass Lake. Modern cabins, boats, sw/m- ruing, playground. Dunroven Resort, Pequot Lakes, Minn. 48-$0 I.;LRe..po.ss_es__st 'd SINGER ELECTRIC SEW- t mAcHINE with attachments, 6 pay- ments of $6.25 a month. This machine em be seen in Bismarck. Write Credit Mana- ger. P. O. Box 420. Sioux Falls. So. Dak. $ 4S Farms For Y,ale ') 124 ACRES. CA'IrLE AND MACHINERY. School, milk & mail rte, 2 mi., town. Contact Ray Gilmore, Little Forks, Minn. 45-49 POPE COUNTY FARMS, TERMs AND loans available. Moan & nof. lealtoes, Glenwood, Minn. 46-49 80 ACRES--ALL TILLABLE. IIEAVY soil. fair buildinrs. 25 miles S.W. of .Minneapolis in Prior Lake area. Immediate uossession..$16,000. Terms. Emmett Minton. Belle Plaine, Minn. Tel. 138. 47-50 FOR SALE-15,000 acre ranch, dry: rol- ling prairie, well watered, $10 vet ae4: now closing $50,000 life Insurance com- pany loan, may be assumed.,,,17,2$2 acre modern river ranch, 365 irrigated, exten- sive leases widow asks $16. must sell. Ll gett-Hecker agency. Phone 1. Wall Bld. Roundup, Montana 48 Farm Equipment 4 1960 22 cab over engine White tractor. Motor completely overhauled includimr new shaft, equipped with air, saddle tanks and fifth wheel. Ctll or write for avvotntrmmt to see Donald  Cary, Twin Valley. Mn. 48 MODEL HD-7 Allis Chalmers Diesel eaterviUar tractor with dozer. B. H. Chain- lay. Fargo, No. Dak.. Ph. 2-496. 48 Cars For Sale 20 FOR SALE. 1956 Cadillac cou with less than 10,000 miles in perfect condition. Box 290. Fergus Falls. Minn. 47-48 Female Help Wanted 26 Women 18-55. to addre and mail our circulars at home on commiuion. Write GIFT FAIR, (DEPT. 8). Sprtng4ield. Penna.  47.49 WANTED EXPERIENCED waitress. Patterson Hotel Bismarck. N.D. 48 Real Estate For Sale 1 BUILDING FOR SALE: Lemmon. S. Dak. Tile and Stucco with Composition roof. 6,00 sq. ft. floor suace plus full basement. Oil heat installed about five years ago. Five apts just redecorated, all modern-5 baths. 7 toilets. No special aS- sessment. Modestly nriced, lont term, reasonable interest. Would take rural real estate as down payment. If interested con- :act R. F. Raney Sr. 301 3rd Ave. Wet, Lemmon, S. Dak. 47-50 Wanted Grain Elevator Managers for good N. Dak. Valley Area. Write Box 584 MOORHEAD SEED & GRAIN Moorhead, Minn. CAFE BUSINESS AND FIXTURES For Sale (Building may be leased) Prosperous combination 24 stool care and 3 table pool room. All new care fixtures. Very good lo- cation, in MeCusky, N. D. Coun- ty seat. HARLEY F. OLIVER, Prop. MeClusky, N. D. Phone 7522 or 7221 Bismarck N. D. --48--1957 North Dakota Newspaper A