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signed to cer~trallze responsibility Johnson now has a "permaner~t" office, for the first time in months, and his administering ~o the soldiers of ~he Fifth Army at one of the large deployment centers. Johnson was. until his Red Cross appointmen,executive secretary off Bi~ings Coun*y Welfare Board in Medora. He sexwed in the first world war as a private in the medical corps. He is a graduate of Augsburg Aca4emy, Minneapolis, Minn Augs- burg C(flle~ (AB 1925) and the University of North Dakota, M. A. 1932. Johnson's wife, Mrs. Evaleen Johnson, is a present living at Powers Lake, N. D. OH, DOCTOR! -- Charlotte Manson, one of radio's most glam- orous actresses, pl~ys the im- portant role of Dr. Carson M - Vicker on NBC's popular daytime serial, "Road of Life." "End Of War" May End Gov't. Support Of Farm Products "Forget- Me- Not" ~armers growing ~baslc' and for the various commodity pro- grams and activities in the De- parVment of Agriculture. Administxation of Agricultural Conservation programs, commodity loans, crop insurance, and sub- sidy payments on milk, butterfat, beef and sheep will continue with- out change under the elected coun- ty committees, C. E. Gesaman said. It is expected ~hat additional func- tions may be added to the work of county convnittees as the reorganiz- ation is perfected. Programs of the new administration dealing direct- ly with farmers will be carried out through State and County agrcul- tubal committees. County office work will *be under supervismn of the Field Service ~ranch of the Production and l~axketing Adminis- tration. The new organi~tion is based upon the recommendations of a ~peclal comxnittee appol~,ed by Secretary Clinton P, AndersOn short ly after he took office as Secretary of Agriculture. and consolidates more chin a dozen offices and other agencies of the Department of Ag- riculture, all concerned with food production and marketing. ,'~teag~dt"commodities have adirect Day Set For Sept financial Interest in the end of the . war, J. E. Kasper, Chairman of the North Dakota AA~ Committee Governor Fred G. Aandahl has p~ints out. For upon the foz~m3 declaration that war is ended will depend how long the Government is committed to support prices of these farm commodities at the ~4~e- clfied levels. designa ~ ~a, turday, Sept. 1, as "laorget -me-not" day. "We owe a great debt of grit- Rude to those men who h~ve laid down their lives for our country and to ~e brave men, who were erlprpled physically and mentally in the great conflict," the governor HurtLing season is just around the .corner Oov. Fred G. Aandahl, in his annual Proclamation, has set Sun- day, Sept. 30, as the opening day for upland game birds. In the southwestern tw~o-thirds of the s~ate hunters will be permitted to take seven pheasants up 4o and including Dec. 31, In the balance of the s~ate, except for a closed season in Pembina, Walsh. Cavalier md Grand Forks counties. he ,'heasant season will extend from Sepu ~0 ~o Dec. 8, inclusive. Aeccr2ing to the governor's proc- lsmation, the season will remain closed throug,hout the state on Hungarian partridges and on ruffed and sage grouse. The running bird count conduct- ed by the State Game and Fish Department in conjunction with the federal agencles reveals an increase of pinnated grouse in Golden Valley county while pheasants just "held their own" over last year. Lowe stated that he expects his departanent to have upland game bird distribution maps out shortly, showing the densl.ty of upland ,bird' population in the various areas of the state. Congressman Lemke Meets Group In Medora Monday To Discuss Creation Of A Theo. Roosevelt National Park , Crops named as "basic" in the Agricultural Adjustment Act are corn, ~hea, t, cotton, rice, t~ba~co, and peanuts (for nuts). For these, Congress has directed that prices shall ,be supported at 90 per cent of parity (92 per cent for cotton). '~Steagall'-- commodities are those for w~ich the Secretary of Agricul- ture by oroclaxnation ,has requested incremsed wartime prod,uction. ~ese include hogs, eggs, chickens (ex- said in his proclan~tion. "We can At a meeting with a s~Xbstanttal .~- assist in helping disabled veterans nun~ber of people of the Medom II" l 9 and fmmilles off veterans through vicinity and representatives from nl~nwav Dep t Set iCs program of aid and reh~bilita- Beheld, l~onday afternoon, our C ----d tion, and we should be ever mind- F P W W k ful of our patriotic duty to assiSt Congressman, William Lemke con- duoted an open house di ion or ost- ar or those who are still suffering from of the organization of the South their wartime service." The North Dakota highway de- Roosevelt ReSreational Area Just "I reapecr, Iully urge and request north of Medora into some farm partxnent ls .getting sot for taking the people of the state to purchase of permanent status to insure its advantage of the Federal Govern- a ~Forget-me-not" an tl~t day in future exiStance as one of the ment's post-war highway-aid pro- gram, according to Highway Com- su@~art of ,the worthy program various spots of interest t visitors missioner N. O. Jones. and to wear it in honor of those, have given SO much fox their to the Badlands, "We have advanced with the de- Also ~ppearing at the meeting partments post-war planning pro- countrYracy and th~ ideals of democ- and taking an aotive pert in the gram to the extent that we wi~l discussions were Mr. Johnson and be ready to go ahead with recon- S~ Mr. Gillette as represenCattves of struotlon of many of the State's the Fish and Wild Life Associao impotent hig~ay~ whenever funds S tion. are made available by the Federal Mxs. Oena Jensen, Co. Supt. of The area to be included in the Government and the States tax Morton "County and Marie Huber project and the dnaracter of the anticipation certificates are con- Supervisor and visiting teacher off proposed set-up were the real is- Vel~d into cash," said Jones. "The Bisraarck stopped and had dinner sue taken up and determined at department in,tends to take ad- with Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Brown the' meeting. Three separate pro- vantage of all federal aid the state Sunday. n their return trip from Montana vlz:P sed The~doredesignati nSRooseveltWere submitted,National is entitled to." , The Fry~ourg School Board me~ Park, TheodoreRoosovelt Monument The departments reconstruction Tuesday ~vening at the Town Hall and a Fish and Wild Life Refuge, program as of August 1 includes 433 miles off grading already de- ~lth Supt. Ann M. Brown to discuss and after all point, pro and con, signed, 133 miles of rights of way pla~s for school fdr next year.were talked over, it was agreed It was decided it ~ necessary tha~ Mr. ~emke's bill for the crea-]purchased and 112 miles surveyed, to vote an extra levy as it ec~t tion of the Theodore Ro~seveltl and 389 miles of additional survey a bit vex $14,000 to run ehe school National Park, embracing an area] programmed. Engineers are now in last year and only $10,000 can be of approxlmately34,000awres, should] the field completing this additional be su~nitted to Congress and early]survey" I North Dakota's ost-war levied under the 75% valuation. It action ' P federal was further decided that four yearn was requested by that body. aid highway lmprovememt program of h~gh school work would be of. calls for expenditures of something fered if teachers were available, ff HORMONE WEED KILLER TROD] like $30,000,000. Under a pl~ up- not bwo years would offered anal Weed eon.trol trials and demon-~proved by the North Dakota voters any ~hird and fourth year students sit,lions using the new hormoneI at the last general eleetion, tax could take work by correspondence weed k~ler in different strengths anticipation certificates in the a- under the supervision of the local ~nd methods of application are be- moun~t of $12.300,000 will be used teacher. Senate defeated passage of ~e treaty of peace with Germany, and it was not until July 2, 1921, tl~t President Harding signed the point The Board ~ doing a consclen- ing carried ot~t .in North Dakota by the state to match federal funds. resolution of Congress declaring tious piece and hope the patrons by N~AC Extension Service and The obligation will be retired over ~l~preciate their efforts and coop- U. S. Departmer~t of Agriculture. a 20-year period by one-fourth of peace wlt~ Germany and Austria. erate In the Special Election cord- the State's gasoline tax revenue. On August 25, U. S. and Cxerman ing up soon. ,A~NN M B~OW~ DAKOTA'S BEST COMBINATION representatives signed t.he treaty at ---Grain-stock; the sure, safe way FARM LAND PRICES, HIGHER :Berlin; it was ratified on Sel~temtmr 17 by the German Na,tional council,; County Superintendent of Schools su~hstantial~ prosperitY.in~provements;1509 ric~h acres;locat, onFamnthe landaveragePriCeSof haVel percentadvanCeda and on October 18,1921, by the] SPRING--'G-'BETTER ed one mile Mc~Ienry. 800 etfltl- month for the last four years and U. S. Senate. t Inform'ilion by experiment sta-rated, 300 summerfallow, 50 are now higher than in the late ~f the end of hostilities is pro-t ti~ns in cer~tral and western North] alfalfa, b~dan~e luxuriant I~t- twen ies, says the IYSDA. claimed anytime before next Jan- I Dakota, as well as the experience] ure and me,tow; entire property :tmry 4, the Gomernmen'ts pr~cetof many farmers, show higher iv-i eenced; ~bundant water; large ~Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ray and ~mm'ni~rnents for Steagall and be~lc] erage ylelds are produced ~n springI grov~lter belt. Owner re- family were entet ained at ~ d~nner eoam~oditie~ will extend throu~]plowed land than on land plowed]Citing. Priced way below value, at the J. F. Rellly home last Sun- 1946 and 1947. fin the fall. ] Grinde,-New Rockford, N.D. i day. cept those weighing less than 3% pounds live .weight, and ali br~l- ors-, turkeys, milk and bubterfat, dry peas and dry beans off certain varieties, so~bearm and peanuts and fia~seed ~or oil, Amertca~-Egyptiax~ cotton, potatoes and cured sweet potatoes. For, these, ~he price-cup- port level is not less than 90 per cent of the parity or comi~re~le price". 'Legislation directing price sup- ports for these ~wo groups of com- modities fixes the support period for the duration of the war amd until the expiration of ~he two- year period beginning ~lth the first 6ay of January immediately follow- ing the date upon which the 1~yal- dent by proo],ama ion or the Con- gress by concurrent resolution de- clares ~hat hostilities in the present war have terminated". Just when and how this formal declaration wlI1 be made is st~ll a matter of conjecture. Quite sure not to be repeated, t~owever, is a delay in fine declamtian suoh 'as that Wh~c~ occurred at the end of the World War I. On Novem )er 19, 1919, the U. S. Beach, North Dakota RED OWL FOODS will make your Holiday more enjoyable --. ,; ; -.GUARANTEEDFRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES.-. WAmm ,O. $179 BARTLETTS LUG FANCY AND EXTRA FANCY PRE-COOLED NEW W1DOONSI~ DUCHESS V ,ARIErY LBS. RED AND SWEET DELICIOUS EATING LBS. SI2NKIST DOZ. CALIFORNIA SIZ,E VA~F ,NOIAS ~8 DOZ. "WHILE THEY LAST" FRESH AND PILLOWY SOFT--ALWAYS D~LICIgUs YOUR CHOICE OF THESE FAVORITES FOLGER'S, HILL'S, MAXWELL HOUSE OR CHASE & SANBORN 1945 PACK CAN BUTTER KERNEL BRAND, LARGE AND TENDER I)&DA@ A SEALING WAX ~J~ 1-LB. @I~ ~]J~ ~L~,~'~I~KIEJ~LI I FOR JELLY PRESERVING ~j PKGS. ~ ~ ~ KERR MASON" BRAND DOZ t Z JAA Z-PIECE STYLE "J[ n" @A~r ~J~ WHITE GOLD BRAND 10-LB ~A ~=~][~ FOR PICKLING AND TABLE USE BAG E==~# [ FRUIT JARS 75C 59CD ".oz. RED OWL'S "SQUARE SHARE" POLICY | to share our merchandise fairly i |~ Stt t!mes we donor have enough of allitems to ~erve ~very customer but when w~ ad. |~ vert~ or offer such products for sale, everyone will be treated the same no under- |~ counter selling. Our plan of limiting individual purchases and selling scarce products ~ only from dtspla.~ provides ~lual opportunity fo* all to share alike. , /