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July 28, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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K OW YOUR II ~ ImSiI ,IIWf mIIImmWw "l|II THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONI ]ER. MEDORA, N. DAlrl Miss Wenberg S by So. -- Guest v Mr. and Mrs, Wayne ,Metcalf ,ea.er are t~e ~proud parents of a baby THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1960 E~SIE M. KUSSY, ~k Attend Church On Sunet~':' PLANNING ON RELAXING AfewslmplepreeauUons--imdyou AT THE LAKE? Looking for- enjoy that vacatlon nlore ,f, hlm ever. Ward to a scenic trip? No matter Safety and yyo Nor Dakota rail. how you spend them, vacations are happy carefree imes that return xoads are long time ro ay, generous dividends in family enjoy- North Dakota railroads contlmio ment and togetherness. Make your invest a great dealof their time, effort vacation a happy inemory by :follow- ing a few common-sense rules. Don't overdo don't travel when you're overthred. If you vacation at the lake or some other area n'ot familiar to your family, make sure they under- stand any hazards that might exist. and money in improvt l and lmfer methods of operation. And, today, as always, North Dakota railroads look ahead--~o that they can ,~n'fimm provide North Dakota people and Torth Dakotap lucts h emfM. Inost dependable transport Iom By RUDY EVINS Red in the morning, sailor take warning. Red at night; the sailor's delight. Few persons are more weather con- scious than the boatman. He has to know what to expect in the way of wind and water so he develops the h'abit of looking at the sky, studying cloud formations, reading barometers and becoming familiar with local weather peculiarities. To keep up with the present weather situation the skipper should alwayl have a radio aboard. Many weathe~ reports give the five-day outlook. If you're unable to get the five-day report over yclur radio station a check-in Qith your newspaper may give you all of : the information you need. lmllll I ml ---- m m --m --. -- m~ IIilWIW m t tt~ J'.~e weather can ehallge as fast. as the, flick of a s~iteh. That's why ,a ,vz .u =s ,o, sw SA.trv Don t allowsmatb i/dren to play In or near the water wil!h0Ut suRerv|s on Doa't I good skipper will keep his eyes o. the sky and ,his ears peeled for anvthinI swim alone--always make aura a competent sw;mmer is nearby Swim only in a that comes; 0~ef'bis radio. " ms t'at YOU to be safe frvm standpoint of dmpoffs, currents, ete i,| I High clouds traveling across the n,t ic !ep e~ o~}~r.tul~s, rubber :rafts ~a, f~at~ts t~ampp0rt :you in dl~pl " t in the opposite direction from low& t=. lr, gl!m to llm.mld.t dl yal, h an to be goal swimmers, tim ; : ' Iitr ds ,u.l). ettled+ '! ett . Small. ' I,rain maa an increase of Streaks an~ ,--- ---- . JI I mt~s a earl, ~th wlad and rain. NORI"H DAKOTA . : / . ese are some of the generalities I a the clouds and the signlfmlnee a ~1; ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ " ,' =" Rag oa we the with IO0 " l'r~' ff ' " ~eem~y. For thi, realmn i~,~7[a],~i,~i; wise to play it side."' Happy boating ud fishing, too. !iil;i!.lll.f~i~,!i'.: ~i:;!:~: ;,~;; i:. :.:,"~: :.:'? .-. >:s,a, II i: