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August 23, 1945     The Billings County Pioneer
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August 23, 1945

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Mr. and Mrs. ~. 13. Van~g 2.50 The above list completes the lis~ of conCribu~ors. I/ any names have ~een omitted, it ~ ,been uninten- ,tional on the part of 'the indiyklual workers, War Fund chairmg~ or local papers. The Billings Oounty Chapter ,#u~eS to tllar~k the local pe,pers ~ho have carried the 1945 lizts. ~or their coc~peratton which has nmde the ,publications possible. M~RY J~qTU~E~ 1945 War ~hmd Chairman YOI(| "N BELT - Yoke, a.d belts are the fac( ion tend in oats and Betty RLod ~ (NBC's "Meet Me at PaN y's") showl this one in soft yeHcw wool. The round yoke and fullncse abovethe belt are typical ,as are the ~full cuffl~ adds An un~ortuna~ socider~, tl'~t oc- vurred Frld~y, August 17, resulted Ln the death of Eugefle S~earer, alias Jerry Sh'ane, 44, a transient worker, en~loyed recently in this vicinlW a~ a farm hand and sheep herder. ~Mr. Shearer was try~mg to hitch hike to ~lendtve, Mont on the ill.fated daY in question, when ~e accepted a ride on ~the platform in l~e front of a combine, behind a Cra~tor whioh ~belonged to Simon Hlazelton, W~baux, Merit ~r. Shear- er, an epilep%lc, was assumed to have been seized with- an ~tta~k, and fell off the combine pla~orm, Farms Can Get Trees For 1946 " Trees are again available from the School of Forestry at Bottineau for use tn windbreaks and ~helter- belts for 1945, according to John J. Zaylskie, NO~C Extension Service forester. Among the evergreens available are blue spruce, Badlands cedar a.nd Ponderosa pine. Ch~kecherry, wild plum, carag~na, Russian olive, Boxelder, green ash, Chinese elm, che w~eels of the combine running i cottonwood and willow are among over him, causing internal injurl- .the hardwoods offered. Although ies, and a skull ~racture, Which lilac and American elm are not resulted in almost immedia~ death, llisted by the Sohool of Forestry according to Ray ZlnMi, sheriff, l as being av~ble a~ presen i.t is The victim had received medical~hoped tha~ some can be oh, tained treatment ,before coming here, forI for distribution by next spring. his affliction, aL Medioal L~ke, Zaylsl~ie suggests that those plan- Wash sanitarium. He ,is survivedI ning on establishing a tree plan ing by a brother, .P,~bert S~earer, ]new spring cul ivate their ground Seattle, Wash and a sister, Mrs.t now and keep it "black" the re~t John Rock~ell of ,~berdeen, Wa,~.] of the year. ~, Intermer~t ~ made in thel I,~formation on ~taintng ta'ees Beach cemet~y ~ Roy. O. L. lean be obtained from any County Ol~rud of~tc~, ]ExCeas~on Agent. QALIF I B. WHEN While war has marred much of the world, America's scenic va- cation lands lie unchanged in all their glory. All the places you long to see --or hope to visit again--are waiting for you along the thou- - sands of miles of Greyhound routes. And Greyhound will be ready to serve you with pleasure travel and essential travel, too, when normal times return. Therefore, as military person- nel and civilians alike begin their readjustment to peace- time living, they can look forward with confidence to un- surpassed pleasures out along the highways. For Greyhound will offer lux- urious new buses, a wide choice of attractive tours and a host of service innovations to make your Greyhound trip of the future the most pleasurable travel experience you've ever known. MEDORA GARAGE Medo~a, N.D. r I II i | CELERY:2a 2~ AUNT DINAH PURE NEW ORLEANS APPLE BUTTER ~V.E^~.~ND ~UTTER KER~L--WI'IO~ KERNEL-- CHILI SAUCE KERN'S BRAI~ FANCY-- 2~25 19, BeT. KELLOGG'S DELICIOUS CEREAL EAT A BETTER BREAKFAST. BLACK TEA HARVEST QUEEN "-LB. ~ FLAVORFUL WHEN ICED PKG. ~L ALL PURPOSE CLEANER S-OZ. ~J~t ECONOMICAL PKG. ~i]I." Ol~ TsOoIL~T CAKES LUX LII BUOY 3 20 FLOODS O 24 OZ SUDS PKG SUPER SUDS " ; .23 RED OVVL'S "SQUARE SHARi" POLICY to share our merchandise fairly At times we do not have enough of all items to t~rve eyery customer but when we advertise or offer such products for ~ale, everyone will be treated the tame no under-counter selling. Our plan of limiting individual purehasel and felling product, only from diSplay, wovkl, eq~l ~I~'tunity f~ all .~ ~:,alike. =.= z'- =--==-- = =-~ -=T~ == = -- -- - = - =-- = = = ===-= = ~. -=== !