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The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
September 1, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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September 1, 1960

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t- ff )r 2E tE a' n,q 9 nl r| il ~S e ~z a nl +a ti e< ~v Masonite Panels at Lumber Mart The Lumber Mart on Highway 10 ed to provide a post-free interior. between Bismarck and Mandan hasI Permanent concrete foundations been appointed a franchised fabri- are available Every hardboard cam- cater for the Masonite Panel System I portent panel is pro-painted before of factory-built farm buildings, I construction. Manager Leo Fortune announcedI Fortune said his own construc- this week. tion crews will be available to put The company will handle the cam- ] up the buildings, unless farmers piete line of Masonite buildings in- and other customers prefer to do ~luding those for farm, industrial it themselves. In either case the and vacation cabin use. All are[fabricator will send a supervisor to made from component panels fabri-I oversee the job. rated by the Lumber Mart in sizes] Construction time is rapid, an:l to fit the purchasers' requlrements./the low-cost farm buildings range Quality construction is built into]in sizes from 12-by-12 feet to 40- the 4-by-8-foot panels on. the as-! by-400 feet. ~embly line of the fabricatmg cam-I,oft 4.n~+ ~, 10~ t~ ~e,~, A 30-b~-~, ~,u. ~,~,~.~y .uu~ ~ Fany. Each panel consists of a . ' example can be completed m four lumber frame contamlng msulatmn ~ ." - - rr' r " d n -oth~ says wl~n local iaoor working un- ena vapor oa le, iace o D +, leer the Lumber Mart s tramed su- smes w~th speclally-treatea lvlasonlte [ :-~- hardboard to make it weather, mats- pwvz~u~ cahon ~ure and wear ~'eststant. Hide-Away Va " Cabins are The new Masomte roof system is/another interesting proauct oI lwa- safe for all weather conditions; roofI sonite Panel System buddmgs. "~russes are precision built in jig/ T~e LumberMart can arrange tables with all joints glued and nail-{ financing. Every Day If You r.iden It was the end of the first week his abilities?") and in relation to of school. At the dismissal bell rang, t o~t-~r jz his ~racte level. They thhe little first-grader caught herI don't leave you sitting there, stunn- teacher's h,a~d. "Please, Ml~Br.own+ ed, with a piece of cardboard in she said, 'Will you tell me waat ~[your hans, wonaermg now ne's ~ea~vned ~da~y~ Every nigl~, my ever going to get into college with Daddy wants to know!" a report card l!ke this. Schools So Wanting to know what is l%ap-i to a great de~l o~ ~rouDle to a:s porting to his child in the un-irange ~ace--m~.~ace eomer~.~ ~,~iliar world ,f ge~ol is the hal-with your childs ~eacher that will ~""- - ~ -----~': It's written l supplement the report card. : mars o5 every pa~n+. - "" " k t sue- co " en e xou ta e o n a nzex c all over his crisp or cagey v~'smnI v : ~s +~.~ ,~, ,~H,~, "~n,~ wh~t did: your own cry special unaers~ana- ~" ~".~ ~ 7" : "; ==+:~, J ing of what Johnny is like at h~me yoU' C[O in SChOOl touay. ~+u~lh, a child brin~s home a l The teacher brings her insight into " '~f. ~"~ day aecordin.I wh~t he's like away from home. rapt, ~ c~ cvcg~ ~, s~'~ver--~ - ~-yc~ay g-'ains, p-art'lcu'-larly" o'O'--m* ~o the National Education Associa- tion. Sometimes though, the parent ny. lms f~o turn sleuth to be able to xou may ve suprmea ~o find hOW read it If he bursts tfiu-ou~ the much the teacher knows about you, . ,~)a. especially if your child is still in Qoor slnglng lUStily, sD~e can aeduee the nrimarv ~rades Sho ~nows that it's been a good day at school;i ~ho~l~er vou'~ aotfin~ ~ ~-'" ^^- and a httle later, if she plays e ~ ~" "" - h vertlble or a div~orce or a visit from cares right, she may ~:Inc[ zn~ e's ~ +; ~. ^ ~ i ~, +^ going to read Amahl's lines in the move+Ca~d+~Y':ereUyou+ b~";our puppet opera, ~r that he made A+ hlats ' m a se~ence test F" ! : " . . . . She'll want your advice. She may zgurlng out Why ne,s nad a ba~ ask you such questions as: What ~ay--or a series of them--takes:school activities does 5ohnny talk more than a Spook" of genius, about at home? What are his play however me m.a~ give it.away in materials? Does he have any home e onversa~mns with his frmnds ('I responsigilRies? What kind of dis- aon~ see way that old teacher gets cipline dose he respond to? What so sore w, hen 'a guy loses his spel. kinds of t~aings does he enjoy at ling list"), or by the drawing and home with the family? What do zests and written wor~ ne doesn t you consider his rear strengths? bring home, or 'by a chance remark Honest answers to ~uestions like tlha~ reveals he's floundering badly these will enable her to plan her in some school subject, teaching of Johnny more effective- Schools nowadays realize that you ly, and will prvvide clues for you want to know how Johnny's doing to work with her to help him over in relation to his arm l)otentiali any rough spots. ("Is he working up to the ~op of ---~---. SAW PARINT~, UNCLE DIOWN--Grtef-strlcken Jean (in wheelchair) and Janico (in~mt) Grant are shown in Stare-, ford+ Cram 82tar being rescued from a shattered 14-foot outboard motorboat to which they clung for hours, and saw their fgth~ moth~ and tmele 1o8o hold and slip beneath the w~v~m. The boat had struck a ~ubmerged rock, IIILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER North Dakota' Farm Coverage - Greatest Gels Resulls BUYING SELLING STRATEGY HUDDLE--3ohn F. Kennedy confern with hi+ run- ning mate, Lyndon Johnson, and Democratic National Chair. .Rates: 14c per word first insertion--no ad less than $2.80 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DI]gEC'Y TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and M~mdan 8gt~ BISMARCK, N. D. minl~t~rlal h0u~ in ~leo~. The rest are 'rurk Mohammedans, but lt'l their cuJton~ that prevglL The touchy set- up: A Grtek pre~dent (Axchbtshop Mao karl.), a Turk vice pr~d~t~ a Hou~ of Repre~entattvw 70 per eent Greek. 80 per cent Turk. Xnctde~tally, the word enpper is a corruption o4[ the name Cyprus--It's where the Romang got the~ copper. BL Barnabas' cream machine model 6C. Tnterested parties contact Carl W, Schultz, Box 207, Hebron, N D. 6-9 ~ll modern home, 5 bed- c[OOem;~ birch cupboards, Oil furnace, 1,]p te.~. t:an be seen by appointment. ~/,~Dar~l~, ave. S. Phone 70g G'rafton. Thre~ bedroom house basement. Re- cration room. double garage, two b~throoms, two fireplaces family room, livin~r and dining" room. Dishwasher. f,1~tetla hr. I,ittlejohn, 340 12th St. W', Grafton, N .l)ak. 8 Gin rage 24' X R~" c~rl lot 25' ~ 150" 22- ft pit. Cement floor. Closed in office space. Priced to sell. McKenzie N. D~k. Will sell 3-bedroom moder~t hm'ne on donble lot C K, Lane McIKenzie, N. Dak. Phone Orchard 3-4833$ ale Help Wanted 25 Youn~ Man to learn men's wear husf- hess: high schOol or better educa. tion: exlTerlenc~ not necessary but am- button and hmrd work is. Write or appl~" in person The Straus CO Val~ lay City, ~, Dak. Business Oplmrtunity 9 Motel, ]0 units, trailer park, store and station doing St00.000 Yearly near Sun Valley, 5daho Terms. KASHI~Nr~ RE, Wichlta, I~ans~ ~)NAI, OPPORTWNITT Re- tolia.ble ma~ or Woman from this area amtrlbutc complete line of clearer+ tes, candy, nuts or gum through new automatic vendors. ~N'o selling, we will establish accounts for YOU. TO qualify ~mr~y must nave tar, references, and eaah capital of $800 which is secured by inventory. Excellent earning~ part t~me--ful] time more. For personal in- terview give Phone etc. Write p. O. Box 156, Rochester. Minnesota. $ In COeur d' Alene, Tdaho. Brick room. ing house Units end. clean living quarters all" furnished. Near clubs, stores, cafes, Beautiful lake and i~ark. $50,000.00. Terms P. Johnson, Ell23 Rich. Spokane. Wash. $ Drive In, Sandwich, ice cream seats 10, carport, living quarters, Okla- homa. World's finest fishln~ area+ $12,- 0~) handles. I~ASHF'INDER, Wichita, Kans. 8 Ben Franklin Store in South Dakota town of 2,100 doing ~56,000 ~trl~ Very modern store. Terms. FIN-D~R, Wic.hita. I~,~ms. 8 One grocery store and one Cafe near Air Base, north Minot. See or write B. Sehmmelpfennig, Ruthville, Minor, N. Dak. $-10 N~rth Dakota Newsnaper Aa~ ismarck, N.D. 1960-~ L~ {