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August 25, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY ]PIONEER Conducted by SALLY OREMLAND CLEANING ALUM/NUM (Mrs. E. N Bismarck) This is an answer to Mrs. S. K. of Mandan's question from last week's paper in regards to the dif- ficulty she is having with removingi stains on her aluminum pots and pans . I always use a level teaspoon of~ cream of tarter to a quart of water. Fill your pots up with water and bring to a boiling point then empty them and shine with wear ever pads. They come out like new. 84KILLET STICKING (Mrs. L. D Baldwin) To prevent food from sticking to the frying pan, heat empty pan until hot. Then put the shortening in and let it melt before adding the food. Be sure the shortening covers the bottom of the pan. CLOUDY ICED TEA (Mrs. G. W Bismarck) To the lady who complained about cloudy iced tea: are you putting it in the refrigerator to cool it? That will make it cloudy. Make it in the morning and let it cool at room temperature. However, to make that cloudiness disappear, simply add a little boiling water and watch it become crystal dear. I use tea bags rather than loose tea---one for each glass and one for the pot. (Mrs. I~ S Bismarck) The secret of clear sparkling iced tea is slow cooling: Place 4 level tablespoons tea in scalded pot, add 1 cup rapidly boiling water. Cover an dsteep 4 minutes. Strain, add 2 cups cold tap water and 2 or 3 ice cubes. Continue to add a few ice cubes at about 5 minute intervals to make 1 quart. This tea is full strength and you may want to di- lute it further at serving time by adding ice. You should allow about, a half hour for making tea this way. [ :When your tea is bitter, you have probably, steeped it too long. TRAVIEL WITH KIDDFES (Mrs. H. S Bismarck) This is for the lady who asked ~bout traveling with small children in the car. We have made several trips with our two girls, ages 51/2 and 2 . We purchased a portable ice chest such as many people use for picnics, with ice in one sectio!~ and food in the other. We carry milk, fruit, cookies and anything else we may want. We also have a small sterne with matching pan which we used to heat milk when the youngest was on formula, also soup or hot dogs in case the children should get hungry ahead of schedule, which Here Are the Eight Antelope Hunting Units i r'" | t 8 0 U T M D A ~0 T& JT A ~ B ~X~ E Above are shown the eight units open units, may purchase permitsI Sportsmen throughout the state to be open during North Dakota's for the unit in which they live with- [ must make application for the reg- 1960 antelope season. The gun sea- out having to go through the regu-lular lottery. The $6.00 license fee SOnnoonOnsept.pronghorns23 untilWillsundownrUn frOmon lar drawing. Application blanks for[ must accompany the application Sept. 26. (MST). such special permits are available] from both landowners and sports- Landowners. living within the only locally, men. k / With as little as 63 a day, you can buy an $18.75 U.S. Savings Bond every month. 44) months later you'll own You can get your money, with in- terest, anytime you want it. Bonds are a ready reserve that you can cash anytime at any bank. But it pays to keep them. Your money is guaranteed safe by IheU.S. Government. Bonds are an absolutely riskless inVtstment. The value Bonds worth cash of your Bonds wOn't $1,000 at ma- drop--it can only grow. turity. Your money can't be lost or stolen. There are two especially good The Treasury will replace your things about this $1,000. Bonds, free, if anything happens Yoiibuy it with money you mign to them. have dribbled a way. It cos you You saw more than money. You only $750---in easy installment help save the Peace with every Bona Wh@ don't you start saving rign you buy. Bond money goes for sci- noWw" ith U.S. Savings B0n Y ence, education, military strengths- the weapons of peace. And More advantages to think about money, you save helps keep our You can save automatically llm nation's economy strong. Plan. Tell your com-Here's how you ca. reach your vings pa y how much to deduct from o l w th av/,as Sot& Day,or Bonds. YoU won't for- i. just ears. 9 month get to save. Your savings will add autpmatically. " YOu w get interns1, at muh dJy. This new rate, which went into effect ,Tune l, 1959, makes your Bond money grow fa ter. Bonds now me- trite 14monflmearlier than bemre-- in 7 years, 9 m Dths. Bondsbought before ,Tune 1,' 1959 cam an extra from then on. J OU ssve thgn money sr1$h :0 where you work or ba k oldest, will happen with the best of plan- ning. The ice chest we placed be- tween the front and back seat on the floor, the other space we filled with suitcases (the ones we would use at night with one change of clothes if needed) and over these we placed a pad or crib mattress. I usually fit one or two paper bags into the corners someplace, one for toys, crayons, books, etc and the other for trash. We carry a thermos of cold water and plenty of paper napkins and tissues and paper cups. Also we have a little potty seat which fits, folder, under the front seat very handy for the smallest and good for an emergency for the ,|, North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage We usually start around 7 or 7:30 a.m. and drive until 9 or 9:30 when we stop for breakfast. If our fruit and milk are low, we re-stock at this time, also check car and ice supply (most service stations on the highway have ice or can tell you where to get it). We don't make any other stops until about 2 p.m, when we stop for lunch and a short romp for the girls. This stop is usually about an hour. The girls take naps in the afternoons and our next stop is about 6:30-7 p.m. before dark so the girls can play a while. Then we eat. We have with one exception, al- ways had wonderful trips, and believe it's because we planned the car part especially around the child- ren. We dressed them in shorts and were not too fussy with how t~ey were going to look when we stop- ped. A wet wash cloth carried in the car pocket and a comb and brush soon makes all feel fresh enough for any stop necessary. I hope this will be of some help to someone planning that "looked- forward-to trip." ince -- Gels Besulfs Opening week schedule at Bis- marck Junior college was announc- ed today by Dean Sidney J. Lee. who reports that advance registra- tions indicate another record-break- ing enrollment for the school in its :thai year in the present building. Construction of the new BJC building in northwest Bismarck is well underway, and should be ready for occupancy in time for the Fall, 1961 term. Dean Le3 says advance registra- tions indicate an unusually large 1-roportion el out-of-town students, and that many rooms and small apartments will be necessary to house the students. Persons with rooms to rent may list their lodg- ings with Mrs. Curtice Murphy at the college office, CA 3-4~00. In greatest demand are rooms renting from $15 to $18 a month per stu- student, two students to a room. Placement tests and registration will precede the opening of the school year Monday, Sept. 12th, 1chert regular classes will begin. Freshmen and transfer students will meet Tuesday, Sept. 6. at 8 a.m. for an assembly, following which the Freshmen Placement Test will be administered from 8:30 to 10 a.m. The College Ability Test will be given from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m and a mathematics placement test will be given from 1 to 2:30 p.m. Sophomore students will register Wednesday, Sept. 7. Freshmen students will register Thursday and Friday, Sept. 8 and 9. Students may purchase their books and supplies during Regis- tration week, Dean Lee said. Three new full-time instructors will join the BJC aculty this year. Michael Wiekstrom will teach Introduction to Soil, Engineering Drawing and some other engineer- ing subjects, in addition to some courses in the mathematics depart- ment. Wickstrom hoIds a master of science degree from the North Da- kota Agricultural college, where he majored in Agricultural Engineer- ing. Gibbs Molland will head the Phy- NEW SHOULD BE CALLED THE U.S. NAVY". OUT OF THIS HISTOg Oil) PLACE HAVE COME MANY OF THE NAVY'S MOST FAMOUS SHIPS. FIRST SHIP BUILT THERE WAS THE 74 GUN FRIGATE i OHIO, IN 1B17. THE HUGE AIRCRAFT CARRIER INDEFENDENCE - WAS COMPLETED THERE IN 1959. ORtG~Y ~ ~ ~2 AC~ PieCE C~'?LAND, TOg~Y THE N.Y. COVE S 29O ACRES CONSlDEREO" ONE OF THI BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word-first insertion--no od less than $2.80 12c per word eoch odditionol issue, $2.40 minimum 8END DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main sad Msaclaa 8~ree~ BISMAROK, N. D. Livestock 7 I. [~or 9ale: PUREBRED HERberT PQLLET) BULLS AND HEIFERS A. H. 1%-eIson Wilton, N, D. ~ Wanted 33 WANTFD: Cattle on shares, have lOgO acres excellent pasture.C. "V. Westbrook, St~*r Route, Medina, N. Composition of farm debt has Personal 85 CARE FOR UNMAItRIED MOTHERS l~orence Crittenton Home 711 13th St. So. Fargo, North Dakota. Write su- perinendent fo rinformation. All in- quiries confidential. HELP l~'OR UNMAR]R'[]~D MOTHF~ ~ eou~a~l and emndnt~ eare. Wrlt~ Ho~ ~ mercy, 1~0~ 5th Avenm~ Souta. Fsrr~ North Daka~a. All in~lri~ e~ufide~tls: Notice 29 LARGEST wholesale supply In U. M Furniture, clothing, appliances, autos and accessorie@, farm equiDment, locke. housewares, new products, tm~rts Free details. Associated VTholessde~1. Box 206~-BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. StY Attend Mater Barber School in Van- couver, Washington. G. L approv- ed barbers in demand all over the IL S. A. Maler Barber School. 615 Main St. %'ancouver. Wash. 4-1l US[~ID AUTO PARTS. Used parts for ~ll makes [tnd models of cars. Tony's Body Shop. 213 So. 14th St Bismarck. N. Dak. Di~l CA 3-.9547. 5tf START NOW To be a heavy equil*- ment---operating engines' A!{ tyves o( equiment ,~vailable inn;realists Na- ti',nwlde do') rl[acenlen[ sel'vie~ ubon (: ~n/Pletion Of training. ~t~'e are *]ov- o,'],ment :lpproved, Contrnc, o: Affilia:- e0. See if you qualify Write your tl:,nle, address and pholm or r.eatest phone to A d No g1560 ("trr of tile )torten County News. B'*~50 Bi~- merck. N. Dak. 7 l{ousewlves! This ad and $1.00 will bring you postpaid 2 lb. sample Amazing XLENT Jet Cleanser of ovec hundred uses. Guaranteed Sales ladles wanted. United Cleanser Company, Inc. Box 1478, Bismarck. N. l)ak. 7 For Sale 8 For Sale: 1 usedTD6 International Crawler Tractor. Donald Kuudtson, Underwood, N. D. Phone 516. 6-8 1-1946 2 spd. axel z T V~: with 800 gal. gas tank 2 pumps & meters. l - 100 ft hose and reel, 1 - 40 ft hose $1500. Albert G. Hanson, CIt~ Service Consignee, 312 9th St N. Wtllmar, Minn. Ph BI'~5-0932 7 Real Estate For Sale 1 [~usiness For Sale: Recreation and Sport shop (either business available separately). Both full)' eqt~lpped: sale includes Taylor "'Twin Hit" Soft ice cream machine model 66. Interested Imrties contact Carl V;. Schultz, Box 2 )7, Hebron. N.D. 6-9 Business Opportunity 9 P'rop*.rty tO b ploud ",f High Class, Good paying Motel. (?lass. Coeur d" Alene, Idaho. $165,000. Terms, P. John- non Ell23 Rich. SI)okane, Wash. 7 Motel for Sale Miles City. Montana. 30 units, filling station, downtown location, 5 room deluxe living quarters. Air conditioned-room phones :~190.000 annual gross (190,000) Ill he~.lth rea- son for sale, $65,0~ handles. Box 90, Ad '~No. 81560, Bismarck, N. Dak. 7 For Sale: Hardware Store. Inventory $12,000. Sales $24.000 a )'ear. Rent $60 a month. Write Box 90, Bismarck N.D. 7 For Sale: Bulk Plant and Service station. For more Information write Box 147, Streeter. N. D:~k. 3 Help Wanted 24 changed markedly in the past 2 decades. The non-real estate portion of the debt increased from less znan one third of the total debt in 1950 to nearly one half in 1959. Since grass is 70 to 80 per cent moisture, and a young calf's stomach is small, calves can not eat enough I grass to provide normal growth. Give them grain and hay as well. ;r sics and Chemistry department. Clarence Heine will teach English and speech. He will teach a Public Speaking course Wednesday even- ings for businessmen and business- women. Heine formerly headed the speech and English department of a St. Paul high school. He earned his master's degree from the Uni- versity of Minnesota. During World War II and the Korean war, he was a captain in the Marines. The adult education program of evening courses will be expanded during the coming school year, Dean Lee said. Teaching Constitutional History of the United States three times a week from 7:30 to 8:20 p.m. will be L. H. Bucklin, an attorney with the Bismarck law firm of Zuger and Zuger. The course is open to the public. Mrs. Nancy Lindburg will teach Introduction to the Understanding of Art Tuesday evenings. Lee Borden of the Mehus Con- servatory faculty will teach Intro- duction to the Understanding of Music Thursday evenings this ~:ll. Borden holds a master o fine arts degree from Cranbrook University. Dr. David Ficks. psychiatrist who heads the new Children's Psychia- tric Clinic in Bismarck, will join with Dr. Olov Gardebring, psycho- logist with the North Dakota depart~- ment of public welfare, in teaching Family Guidance and Counselling. The course is designed for parents and will commence in October. Characteristics, attitudes, and emotional needs of the youngster will be traced from pre-school age into adolescence. MOST POPULAR DOG IS A HUNTING' DOG The popular "rabbit hounds" is still leading the pack among the Nation's purebred dogs, according to the American Kennel Club. The Beagle is still far ahead of his near- est competitor. Here are the ten most popular purebred dogs, in order: Beagle, Poodle, Chihuahua, Dasch- hund, German Shephard, Cocker Spaniel, Boxer, Pekingese, Collie and Boston Terrier. Couple to manage country estate farm. 15 miles west o Minneapolis. Year- around work with registered qtutrter horses and beef cattle and ltght farming. Comfortable all modern pri- vate home furnished plus salary. Write stating qualifications to Victor Stein, Ha reel, Minn. 7 Farms For Sale 2 Farms for Sale: A ~'ree list of Mlnne- sorer farms for sale wtll be sent to any one who will send us a request by post card or wire. J. G. Durren- berger Realty, Licensed and honded Perhamo Minnesota. 7 Miscellaneous For Sale 12 Yet Sale: One Alumna Kraft lift boat with l~actory built trailer and 5 horse power Evinrude motor, Pric ~ $300.00 George Anderson, Wing, N. D. 7 Nortt~ Dal~ota Newspaper Ass~ Bismcakr, N. Dak 1960 7 Motel For Sale Motel priced for quick sale by owner $35,000 down, owner will carry balance of $120.000 at 6% interest. Gross inco:ae $45,000 for 1959. Wonderful investment, well located in Capital City, 28 De- luxe units, some Kitchenetts, carpeting, televie~ion, telephone, serge air conditioned, Attractive 3 bedroom ~partrnent for owner. Write Ad No. 71960 P. O. Box 9@ Bismarck, N. D. Brick Is beautiful and ever- lasting, economical to build with and free from mainte- nance costs. Provicles better resole value and wil! make your house a dream home. Hebron Brlck el. HEBRON. N. D.