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June 14, 1945

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PAGE EIGHT "I'H BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEEI THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1945 t Many N.D. dues Loans ei[ings :Vir. and Mrs. O. F. Talkingtmn~, dP,~.~*l-~,| ][~~cq 1%2U 0" have gon to Fargo to attend the]~Pll bUpltgl l Vll| Re rt Shorta.e Hieher On Wheat commeneement exercisesat theN D] -- v [.F ~,r~epuvu ol wongressman taarzc~u ,~ ~-~T r-~ 1 I Whea~ producers `will harvestt AC. Their elder daughter, BeVy,! -- "- *,'" Water uDDlV /their 19~5 higher "floor' and aI is among %he garduates and thefT. Bennett on the th4ngs he s~w lilt J ~higher ceiling price than a yearl /lexercises took .p,ace ~wonaay, june/in,T oo,Eur pe is continued: 1,1 Miss Carol Milsten daughter , A large number of Nort~h D~ko%a ago [of Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Milsten, !me~s~of thh~n~:rs~nn~n n~ sueC~organslta~ken by ities Celhn ,ri s hT nes boe~ ed 3 1-@ cents a bus el y 1 /formerly of. Belfield is also among lGerman doctors who killed patients mc~ oz sm~me w~mr ~up~," b the ~ t' e ,g " - r ~ at various stages of disease and for domestic use and other pur-to refleot p.anty aS/n~ul~t,eds YoreI h radua.tes Elizabeth Nolan. Betty Reardon, l:eT:~e~5:h~:ld~e~na~gf 6, t~oUdl~: poses, it was announced at a re- row: and the ~ove . ~ ~.~at:l "Phe Misses t;n ario~e l~arze r s~ cent meeting ~f the State Water m oa,~Y, to an vr2n,~f ~,;rit:~,~] Mary Campbell and Mrs. Thomas. but wiVh faces and ~hrunken bodies Conlon (nee 'Margaret Knopp) o~, marck by Wilson .M. Laird, Geolo- average - Y ": [ ~~ Dickinson were guests at the Vernl ~h;l;emm=.~r "~nAingrbu:.l~iif erin g~?~ atthh: 1UnisVe~ny Onfa~N~tthhOe~l ~heXar?ti~ a~v~er~Sg: oT~:Ooe~'t ;~51 ~~ King home ~unday. m in l a concentration camp ~o which at .~he Paul Loffelmacher home o ~ ".~ ~Under the loan program, wnea~ ~.~~ Sunday afternoon paran~s cna no~ ame rimer. ~ saw stun. . - may be stored on farms or In aP'l ~~ a~ n~,~ r~: ~,~ . ^ ~ !and talked with men whose legs Fifty-five North Dakota cl~es proved warehouses and mp~t g~de/ "~~ ~v, l were no bigger around than mY that her father Mitchell Jou~er~ I,~ arm an~ WhO and tow No ~ or better or U S No ~} r U.S. . ' " " ~ I malnutntmn to ra se bhe d. assistance in locating suitable ~a~e ,or 5 because of test weigh4; only. ~ A~~ had passed a`way at his home in i ir heas sources he announced, v r ~~: ~ ~~~ ~ Wi~enburg, Wls. The Jouberts liV-iThey were educated men who spoke -- '- ~h l~test clt" to be ~L~ns will a y from the average| . ~,~ ~ ol~Sh and Who were eoV- Fort~l ~ra.s ~ e Y n of $1,38 per bushel atthe f~] ed on a homestead south of tewn]~.~ ~.nv' added to the list. Mayor 1~0~1 ~' to take into account location,| ~ xor many years. ]ered with Vhe sores of old bea't- G Jen~en, ~ho ~ttended the W~er Mr. and Mrs. ~onsune tiezseI ~ngs and the festering bites of . '-~ -'-*or graze and qu~l~y. Commmsaon meeting.~ ~ ,w,~ e 7 cents per bushel storage . oi manning na~e aoop~e~ a zour- ese re Lill d "n was hauled ~rom a spring six alliance on alarm, stored loan t . ve~nln. Th men a s y~ g months old son. The child ~Rs at the rate of 25 per day because been named Lawrence. - ht medioaltheY arecare andS far gonefood adequ~tecan do miles awaY. ,will not be advanced at the time ~'**V JUNE Miss marion rieiser, elder caug er of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heiser, The water Commission had pre-the loan is made as it was last l~aqk the munlcipal water suPplY l to the commodity Credit Corpor- problems presented ,t . -atlon on or ,terSchool O,]cers mar it hopes to make lnvestiga- The loans to farmers, are made IGraduation For and Wallace Machnicki, son of Mrs. John Machnicki of Snow, .were married in the 'St. Bernard's church in Belfield Tuesday morning w14~ ~hem no good now. They are the living dead. A few of them may recover---to be harrassed the rest of their short lives by tuberculosis and other diseases. I saw the walls ~musflately.