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r ; BILLINGS COUNTY L03“ 011 oats IS Wheat And Cor II From Farms In The Week Around Medora PIONEER (lifel'ellimli‘armerd This community Could Be Used edie°§a.Eeiliifii...“ifms"£2§u“lz Affiliafiliiy503323£f fiffid oans on crop 0a gra ing A e: To Produce Alcohol Says Welch the Ed. Josue-ks farm north of Fry- as Beach . where she l - No. 3 or better at 40 cents a vslmd P913 "THE BADLANDS COWBOY" A bushel of com or wheat con-w— burg, putting up hay. Mrs Hellick- tives for th e rest of v bushel when stored on the farm the day' Established in 1883 tains approximately 30 pounds of son and the children visited at the will be made to Billings County H. R. JOHNSON. Manager starch. PA GE FIVE Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson visit their daughter, Clarice, in Bel- vfleld last Sunday. Russell Talkington home from farmers und r ed w. w. MALKOWSKI. Manager 8 a program deSIgn A bushel of com or wheat, plus Monday to Wednesday evening of to ease the transportation situa- 18““ Week' on their Tatum. they ALICE 1“ LEBO’ Managing Editor tion and facilitate orderly market- Entered in the Post Office at Medora. 15 gallons of wax” and a small amount of malt and yeast will pro- stayed at the Addie Anderson ing, C. E. Geesaman, County AAlA Billings County, North Dakota, Feb- duce: home Wednesday night and return- Mr' and Mrs. Maurice Otto and h . ruary 15, 1934, as second class matter C m an’ a 0 this wee‘t' Two and three-fourths gallons two daughters of Sidney, Monlt., while enroute from Sidney to Dick- inson, stopped all here for a visit with the Godfrey and hart families. ‘ Bum Mrs. Casey accompanying them to ed to the ranch Thursday with under the Act of March 3. 1879. The oats crop is asthmath ‘70 be spend the day the largest in 25 years and this year’s whealt crOp is expected to Ofiicial Newspaper of the County of Billin s, Stat of North Dakota. _ Publisghed ever: Thursday at Medora. break all records. The movement or alcond‘ ' Medom' N_ D. d w' A' Mallory and 30115. Billings County. North Dakota. of these W0 big crops to market 20 pounds of dry livestock food, 1,000 A M M tAugust 7’ 11943 v $3” £32: (1:31:36. of! Terr'lyilMonrt" Mrs. Lucille Kepler of Waukon. . . 66 mg was ca e re T0111 (Plus other byproducts of even greater value. And the cost of producing alcohol at the federal plant in, Omaha, Iowa, visited Monday and Tuesday is coming at a. time when the with her cousin, J. J. Eaton. country’s transportation system is already overburdened. Subscription: $1.50 per your in advance TWENTY~F1VE YEARS AGO to order by A. E. Boicourt, Chair- man. Roll call showed M. 0. Hal- kowski, Wm. Riskevich and A. E. Boicourt present. of last week to Monday of this The Senior Bridge Club members Billings County Pioneer , GEE“ 1' . August 13 1920 1 Chaim“ an said the through a new method of conver- JuwngfesJufi' 323., laoslllymlggf‘s of: Pvt-Helm” Rusm’ “11° “38. been were guests of Mrs J 0 Bus . can program should enable farmers 5km. hwnaw been reduced from July 27th., were read and app'roved. spendmg “extended {WWW here: sen Thursday n1 h't ‘ mus- to place their oats in local or farm about $150 per gallon to 33 Gems signed by the Chairman and at- left Friday morning 01’ last week High prize was vfon b0: liraSt {we ' ' rs. . . tested by the Auditor. Board passed the following bills: Peter J. Hlebichuk, Labor for Dickinson where he was to take No. 1 to Portland, Ore. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor and storage, thus holding it back from little son returned to Medora from the termilmlsl , relieving the burden Bram" second by Mrs. Emma, Dam- according to J. J. Welsh, Omaha. son. The guest prize went to Mrs. graimnan. Montana, where they have spent on railroads, and tend to m on road , .................................. .. 193.50 the past few months and win again marketing over a long: pegpod. This mentioned chainge itis Sarr‘l’ladzwoniuk, Labor 13 Margaret Manion was a passenger W- A. Mallory of Terry, Mont_ make theirlresidince here. Johirll The loans on oats, like other Eb $1“ Wig“ :Mngjh: Jorhnd caudal?"'i;l35;""'5;; 32'50 ‘3’ 12:: xefiilgtnsofi on Thursday Mrs. L. G Brown Mrs Anna . ‘ . . $013 final! 0a . ‘ , ' Will be emp oyed y the Red 1T“ commodity loans, Will be handled alcohol plant... Welsh says. ..me Emu Ewomuk, Labor on evening. uran home that Laurence, Mrs Ray Bowen and Mrs, Coal Company. , Walter and Lester Tomamichel were Dickinson visitors last Wed~ nesday and Thursday. Miss June Lawson spent the week end at the parental home, return- ing to her duties at Beach on Sunday evening. C B. Olsen and Georgie John— son were in Dickinson on TuesdaY~ Hayden Brown, Mother S. S. Brown and friend Mrs. Sterling. who have been maln’ng an ex- tended visit with relatives here and at Sentinel Butte, left Monday morning on their return trip to their home at Eaton Rapids, Mich. Sunday they had a family at the homeof Mrs. J. J. Thommen as a farewell before their departure. Sylvane Ferris of Dickinson ac- companied by Mr. Hlagadorn, Jr., of New York, was calling on Me- dora friends Monday. A number of the men of this city enjoyed Sunday afternoon at trap shoot . Paul Lebo won highest score, followed by John Tester who was a closa Second. Ourey Wilson of the North Country was a. Medora caller on Friday and Saturday. Mrs. Rena Nelson and Miss Bessre Livingstone returned Sunday eve- ning from a two weeks trip through Yellowstone Park and are now guests at the home of the latter’s sister, Mrs. Geo. Osterhout. Sherifl Will was a. business caller in Frylbrurg, Tuesday, where an ex- ecution sale of a Ford car was held. Geo. Hubert from down the river spent Monday in town on business. Geo. Burgess now drives a fine new Nash sport model car. H. A. Hellhake returned from St. Paul Thursday afternoon whith- er he had gone a few days previous on a business trip. CON GREGATIONAL CHURCH NEWS Rev. John Roberts, pastor of the Union Congregational ,Church of Medora, has asked us to announce that there will be no church Serv— ices here next Sunday, August 19th. but that services will be held as usual on the following Sunday, August 26th, with Rev. Alfred H. Barter of Decorah, Iowa, presiding. It is also announced by Mr. Roberts. the 'Rev. Barter will be ready to advise us relative to aid for repair and reconstruction of our local church building, so we ask that all those interested be sure to attend the services and the meeting following the services. Board of Trustees. 803040“ STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA UNTY BILLINGS ) CO OF IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL D)STRICT. Joe Prociv, Plaintiff. Admin~ I-vs— Warden, istrator of the Estates of David C. Warden and Mrs. David C. Warden. both deceased. Lee M. Warden, Blanch L. Ward- en. Marion E. Warden. Dr. Mildred Couch, and all other persons un- known claiming any es~ tate or interest in or lien or incumbrance up- on the property described in the Complaint. Defendants. ) THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA To THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: . You, and each of you are here- by summoned and required to an- swer the Complaint of the Plain- tifi in the Mobile entitled action. which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Bil» lings County, ‘rth Dakota, and to serve a cop ‘w' of your, answer .upon the subsc her at his office in the City Of Belfield. Stark County, North Dakota, within thir- ty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judgment will be taken against you by default for the re- lief demanded in the Complaint. Dated August 4th A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plainflfl,. Residence and Postoffice Ia‘di‘iaress Belfleld, North Da— 0 . TgN'I'i‘I-éE ABOVE NAMED DEFEND- You will further take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to exclude the Defendants from any estate or interest in or lien or incumbrance upon the 101- lolwing described real estate. to- w : The North West Quarter of Section 14, in Township 138 N- Range 100. West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Billings Coun~ ts'y, North Dakota. aid Defendants will further take notice that no costs will be claim» ed by the Plaintiff against any 0* the defendants not appearing or an- swering. H: E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff. (Aug. 3346-23-30; Sept. 6-13) Lee M. ) ) ) ) ) ) ). i ) ) ) ) ) through the Triple-A office, and will be made until December 31, 1945. They will mature on April 30, .1946, or earlier on demand. A deduction of 7 cents a bushel will be made on warehoused oats under loan unless the producer has paid the storage charges through April 30, 1946. GORHAM Mrs. Nick Logosz is with her mother, who is very ill at lPemlbina. Elmen Voster is visiting friends at Belfield. Mr. and Mrs. Cliff Van Horn have been visiting at the Pete Northrop ranch during the haying rush. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatley, and Emil, Rose and Joyce Haniult and Loering Johnson were Sunday vis- itors at John Egly. Mr .and Mrs. Vernon Fritz and Victoria Johnson spent Sunday at Bertram Johnsons. Pete and Ben Northrop enjoyed a visit from their sister, Helen, of Vancouver, Wash. A large delegation from here at- tended the Jewel sale at Belfleld Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Palaniuk were Bclfleld shoppers and attended the show Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. John Egly and daughters were Saturday Belfleld shoppers. Ronnie Eleg is assisting Palmer Simpler during harvest. Mrs. Roy Gethmann and Donna left for Bismarck Tuesday where the latter had her tonsils removed. They spent the week end in Dick- inson at the Steve Miller home. Paul Carter and little son, Chicago, are here for an amended visit in the parental, Wallace Haniuk, home. summons ..‘... STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, {SS COUNTY OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Alex Meduna, ) Plaintiff, -vs-. Oscar B. Lunde. Oscar B. Sunde, Mae E. Sunde. C. A. Newgard; S. G. More; Margaret J. Hellhake, Katherine E. Reardon; Gregory H. Hellhake, Casper J. Hellhake; Mrs. Mabel Hellhake; Blanche Pauline Hellhake, and all persons unknown. having or claiming an estate or interest in or lien or encumbrance upon the real property described in the Complaint. whether as the creditors. heirs, administrators, Executor-s ~of H. A. Hellhake. de~ , 0 otherwise- ceased r Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA To THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS: You and each of you are hereby summoned and required to answer the Complaint of the Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which said Complaint is or will be filed with the Clerk of the above Court. and to same a copy of your An- swer upon the subscriber at his office in the Liber National Bank Building in the Ci of Dickinson, Stark County, North Dakota. with- in thirty (30) day: after the serv- ice of ' this Summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such serv- ice; and if on fall 'to so appear or answer, P intifl' Will take judg- ment against you by default for the relief demanded in said Com- plfifigl} will please take notice that tion relates to thge a(Southeast Quarter (511%) of Section Fifteen (15); and the West Half ((gg’z) uofm S'Fgag‘n -three ; a - Eggngie Hundred Forty-one (141) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) ) l i ) ) ) ) ) ) e Ninety-nine (99) gfiifi’gg Réggnty, North Dakota, and is brought for the purpose of excluding said Defendants from any interest in, or lien or encum- u on the same, and to bail??? titl: in the Plaintiff as to (x . of said Defendants. .No Egrsglllaglmsjudgment is asked against f said Defendants. angatgd this 20th day of July A. D. 1945. . W. STURGEON Attorney for Plaintiff, resiidience and P- 0‘ a ress. Dickinson. N. D (July 26; Aug. 2-9—16-23-30) A! looms—An flovor—leiclous—Smoolh -No Eco c inch—No cooking—No ro- whipplng - o scorched flavor—Eu: Inoxponslvo-w ruipn in each l5¢ p 9. Please send this ad for (no full-sin lem- plo alter, or buy from your grocer. LOMIOIIBGRRU Brand Homemade Ice Cream STABILIZER IONBONBERRY" "5 IMAM. 3|" EMNOISGO 3, “UP. discovery was that by using bnan mold rather than malt they re- duced their fermentation and dis- tillation time one-third and in- creased the production of their plant from 96,000 gallons per day to 1%,000 gallons, with the same machinery, manpower, etc.” All the abova items are going to be of importance when the time comes When there will be a surplus of corn and grain in North Da- kota and other great wheat pro- ducing states. It was a setback for agriculture when the petroleum interests se- cured most of the contracts for the production of synthetic rubber. but scientific research in the Omaha plant, making alcohol and other commodities from the pro- ducts of the farm, has apparently proved there is a great future in farm chemurgy. “In the course of the production of alcohol a great deal of carbon monoxide gas is generated, which in the past has bubbled to the surface and was lost in the air," Welch says. “The Omaha plant is now in the process of capping their fermentation tanks in order to recover this carbon dioxide, which will be used to produce dry ice. They expect to manufacture dry ice at a cost of $7.50 to $9 per ton, and the price of dry ice in Omaha at the moment is $90 per ton." And that is not all. “'me laboratory is now working on a wafer made from the residue of this distillation process. and Mr. Welch claims this wafer is entirely fit for human consumption. It is readily digestible—and contains all the known vitamins known to science, One thin wafer will sup- ply the vitamm needs for a day for a person, Welch says. And the 2 3-4 gallons of alcohol produced from one bushel of wheat or cornywill nuke apprordmately pounds of butadiene and pounds of butadiene plus carbon black will produce albuot pounds of rubber, or about the content of a single automobile tin. Welsh said he had visited with the heads of Goodrich, Goodyear, and Firestone, and had found all of themvery friendly toward synthetic rubber. He said the rubber mou- facturers look with great favor on a domestic synthetic rubber Beef Payments To Be Made in County Although no BeefProduction Pay- ments have been made in Billings County to date, it is expected that soon as shipments begin going to the packers in St. Paul, Chicago, etc, there will be some cattle ship- ments eligible for the payment. Farmers and ranchers are reminded that cattle weighing 600 pounds or more are bringing at least $13.65 in the State of North Dakota and $13.85 at st. Paul, are eligible for the 50 cents per hundredme payment. Written evidence of the sale should be presented to the County Oommitte who will issue a. draft in payment of the applica- tion if the evidence is acceptable. Payments 0n Dairy F cod Are $9,907.41 A total of $9,907.41 has been paid to Billings County farmers under the Dairy Feed production Program since the program began nearly two years ago. Producers are urged to make ap- plication for the April. May and June, 1945, period before August 3-1, 1945 winch is the closing date for filling applications for this Send In Custom Combine Reports The questionnaires sent all Bil- lings County dormers on the custom combine needs on bideual farms are not being returned as fast as they should be. These reports are important if we are to have suf- ficient out-of-Ithe-county help in harvesting the 1945 crop and farm- ers are requested to complete the form and return it to the County for sale through County AAA Como AAA Office at once. 3250 Geo. R. Osterllou't, were all Beach visitors last Monday. 20.15 Roberta Roberts, Ramona Myers, Lawrence Strilchuk Norma Myers and Sonny Brown :1 .................................. ,. . Mrs- 81‘ ' Joglrndnfiawonluk. Labor on 37 05 £00k ifnlvhe Show at Beach W‘ E- Hfirxlgytgfgfig roa ...................... ................. .. 0.4 a . Matt Gregory, Labor on 1 y week Bemeld MondaY- mad 33-20 Mrs. Addie Anderson, Allen An; Wm. Anh Mrs road M. B. road .......................................... ,. Tractor & Equipment Co., Repair parts ........................ .. John Kanski, Labor on road George Pasicznyk. Labor on road .. Mike Havel-l road . Howard Peterson . 44,00 derson, Paul Alan Lebo and Mrs. Tetly, and Mrs. Donald 131:: Casey drove to Bellfield on busine ' last Friday. 53 Medora visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ray returned from Bismarck Thursday of last week, bringing back with them “150 their daughter, Virginia, and grand- “Custer. 29.25 Harold Dittus, owner of the Me— adfrad Gairage, drove to Dickinson on ay 11 search of new tir f his patrons. es or Alb t Sch bl, Db roeald ..... ....... .3....‘?.‘T.,..,‘.’.’f 67.50 daughter. Ann Elizabeth. who had George R. Ramon, one of the Alreggm Palannluk. Labor on 15 00 been visiting at Linton. proprietors of the Log Cabin Bas- """""""""" "£;',;3;"""5;; ' Mt on Tuesday fol- Minneapom' Nick (“€80er mad for a visit, while 1150 W. 0. Christensen drove to Ridh- Mrs. Radloff, is Clgzx‘lelygadxn 2325 ammn 13.51; Sunday to get Mrs. visiting friends in Dickinson Nick parce‘jfik. Lam, ' Christensen who has been visiting Agog: mafia .... ..fi.66£... 0.5 15.00 her sister at that place. Donny “Imam girls were enmtalned at road .............. ..' .......................... .. 7.50 had his “mas removed 19-” m- 6' PM“ W' Lem home mummy Joan O'Brien. Spikes. Posts. day and is rapidly recovering from :11”? Week ‘1” calebmuon 01’ Alice Joe°'slvalz;“'£;sa;""55“raga $133 the “man”- "ns mm b‘mhday‘ “31“” with prizes awarded was the chief Labor on road amusement, followed by a. lunch. Don Ray. A. Mackofi, Office ex- H. 111. 5° Virginia Ray was quite sick m- pense .......................................... .. . wrsrlierl‘g‘ .Kfmkel' Depmy 22:: fetivzrrlgdéatumay’ bat is now my Ed. Member, assistant signal Harold .r. "'bl¥t"u§.""ioi§llin'¢' ' maintainer tor the Northem Pacific Siren 5-00 Bud Taylor and sister, m. he” has mlgned and will work Bun—oust;“‘Xaaiag"'naéluaé; in Hebron in a grain elevator C0” Adding Machine pa fvelyn Wilkins and baby, vmited ex- ...................................... .. . 3.41 riends and relatives in town last M 81111 c t 'r . . P0235“, gig-IV “as” 76.43 week. Mrs. Wilkins left for her U 8 SHORT 0F WOOL Globe-Gazette Printiniiwéoi, home in New Salem Sunday, and only about 60 to 70 961' 09m 01' om s 1' .................. .. Means; Tl‘gleiigm 1‘9 Bud left Monday for Miles City, 3“? W°°1 used in the United States Light bill for July 4,97 Mont, for a visit With his grand- produced here. Medora Telephone 16 61 parents and will go thence to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John 56.16 Taylor, at Kemmerer, Wyo, follow- sggggo vtz‘igmfgr .Blilly . TO PAY 65c PER HOUR At public hearings on wages Fuel Oil & Oil A’ ........ ... . ' or Buccaneer m... m which he will return to his *° “9- pa“ “’ mm“ “a A. E. 80mm”, oversaw: base at San Francisco, Calm threshing work in North Dakota. Arogs Egiéafiimfifié;gum 18.00 farmers were generally agreed on M. o. Malkowgki' Segvicég 4.10 M, and Mrs~ c, H. Umbwk 18“ a. rate of 65 cents an hour for w: £353“ng 3810 last Saturday for their farm in Shookmg and 65 to 75 cents an Mileage ‘‘‘‘‘‘ n, I V i I I I I I i H 2940 South Dakota, where they will har- hour f0” thresmng- The hearings 12:00 Board adjourned. ' VeSt their crops‘ were comweted July 27' mégoberf.plltgéenBoard met with all W J The Board 1 .t . . Ray made a business trip Auditor to arisisz 1:3ng Ogle? to Di ‘ n Nay S {are Bayard of North Dakota that H win fmm rqugoeigitcmhemwaltlo rgxcgmglfifided Nick ‘I‘lcachenko, large scale FOR SAL “e Singer 80 3 eggs: welfare dnoagd. "‘5 farmer and rancher in the north~ Ihfabihme; one mum” Desk Paul approve elmre Board east corner of the count 8 Medora" 8"“ bills in the mo t $203 (yum, can y, was a Board lnstrzfoteci1 n 003m: Allséitor C House er Tues“! and County Treasurer to credit th amount of $3,767.22, received tron: First Lieut. Willie Conway stop— :Ee lgieasger £5 a; Unplug slung: ped briefly in Medora last Saturday W J RAY follows: ' a” and Sunday while on furlough. sound—“-1... ggggollz‘gzwgggtyé Tlulllgign) ...... ..s Willie was a bombardier in the 9th Board lea the Eié§Wifil lots' Ah. Force in Gemy' and says PM CE IN ALL COURTS & 4 of Section 30o'l‘ownship 139, that the 391119118 was fast. and Range 102 to April 30th.. 1 ted the Medan; (Engage Associatigg' 1:: {uflous While it I” ' e amoun 0 . . A. Graham John Godfrey took the Neckels Sat letter i from J. e Exam net, and an opinion of children Fussy A‘ Adm" “mum Ammey Gen‘ last Sundalyacil'iollotgvmgan swag . Medora. N. Dak. II VW, --_ I I eral, relative- to mileage and ex- pense of County Commissioners. V1313 at his home- were read, as Well as an opinion E from H. A. Mackofi. Acting States I Attorney of Billings County, A copy Anon Anderson and Joan and of Mr. Mackofl's opinion was or- Paul Alan who, enjoyed the show Please Notify W- J- REY Of dered mailed to the Attorney Gen- at Belfield last Saturday night. Medea. North Dakota. of all eral. maBoa‘rtcll‘"aclljsp‘llértled to meet Septem- H. E. Haney and his one I Cattle or Horses branded A gaggicom'r Wm. Krivoruchka, were transacting (38110“) 011 Le“ Jaw, gfiakganc Board at figmw at the Court House 'Pues- shoulder 0, mp; (Cross_ oun ommissi Billings County, $3121 L) Left Side on Cattle; A T. Dakota. Emanuel Kautzman, our efficient Len Tm T'IJ. ESE h.me station agent, returned to his soo- 8" °“ mm“ . Auditor. tion here following a shortvaoatlon (TC) Left Side Cattle. 27‘ (Aulust 15) during Winch he was married. The running off Submarginal Range, South of NP tracks or East of ‘brlde is Miss Edna Larson, Wibaux, hone: To cnzmrons Mont. daughter of Mrs Louise IN gig): MATTER on THE ) Larson. We express our best wishes gfigmargm“ fence on Norm fiwoxégig 9BR" Jgfig ; for a happy {mm for the new? You will be reimbursed cm , weds. Miss J n Armst’ who my “1:035? 1; R‘erftbyn swank {Rid Ehne substituted Mezzo; for expense m notifying“ Any m" e e , a W n - istratormof the wage of 52m man 1m Tuesday for her new as_ formation concerning the taking Ewoniuk, Jr., Deceased late of the signmont. or Stealing or this “VBSWCK wm be rewarded under the Stock~ growers Association Reward as Postofflce of Gotham in the Coun- Bv of Billings and State of North la}: 0 ota. deceased, to the creditors Don Ray t°°k time 03 from . and all persons having claims pubMSth- against said deceased. to exhibit mygg lam; Monday to drive to them the necessary vouchers. D10 nSOn. WW: within four months after the first to said publication of this notice, Matt Ewoniuk, Administrator at his residence in the vicinity of Gotham Advertisement irn dsaid 131111313: Céaunt . 0:: to the u ge o e oun ourt of F1- h I ' Billings County, at his office in W no Joe Marsh the Court House in Medal-a, Bill- ings County North Dakota. You are hereby further notified that Hon. Paul W. Lebo. Judge 3:. “as. can. brutal: 2:: 395* Way *0 Celebmfe State of North Dakota. the let day of December A. has fixed D. The Peace 1945, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the Court Rooms, in the Court House in the Town of Modern in said County and State. as the time and place for hearing and adjust- ing all claims against the estate of said John Ewonluk. Jr., De- ceased. which have been duly and regularly. presented as hereinbefore provided. Dated August 6th, A. D. 1945. MATT EWONIUK, ". Administrator of the Estate We were sitting on Bill Web- ster’s porch the other night, talking about how we’d ce1e« bratewhen theJaps surrendered. Lem Taller allowed as how he was going to start his vacation then and there—mud spend it celebrating’s going to go. I'm go~ ing to make sure of being on the job next morning.” From where I sit, Bill Webster has the right idea. When Peace comes, there's going to be a whole new world to build. gfasighn Eworliuk. Jr.. De- fishing. Ed Mapes was going to There's a really big job to bu e . ‘ First Publication on the 9th day take MS family to Mountain done. A glass of beer. the bov. of August A. D. 1945. City for a big feed and a picture erage of moderation. and a good (August 9-16-23) GRAIN .3le FOR SALE Government-owned 3006-bushel “economy”, and 2270ubushel “Ham- llto " plywood and “Hamilton” in- sulated grain bins are being offered night‘s sleep to be ready for the task ahead-tbat's the right way to Welcome Victory! gee Copyright. 1945. United State: Brewer: Poutuialllu. show. Bill Webster had the last sug- gestion. “I’m going to pour a glass of beer and drink a toast to our fighting men," he says, “and that is just as far as my \ mittees at reduced prices.