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TttURSDAY, 5EPTEi IBER 1. 1960 TtIE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDOKA. N. I)A ALLI[D ARTISTS ~ictu~e THURSDAY. FRIDAY, & SAT. S~2IrI'EMBGR 8-9-10 ~I~rFHONY QIQ YOUN8 ~INEMA$CO~ STE~ONIC~ID :Evening shows start at 8:00 p,m Sunday matinee at 2:00 p.m. EIilIIilIIIIIIIIIIilIIIIIIIIIIililIIIIIilIII! PROFITABLE & INTERESTING SALES OPENING ~n ~is area for man 21-35 wh has auto, is bon~l~le and cm e out 5 days weekly. Salary expense & bon, us. Write, Manag r, Box 576, Valley City, N. D ~lve age, marital status, addles & l~one a~t~m, ber. * 51-2 |mlillllllllllilllllilllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIIll Win. W. Eiehhorsl AttorneT i~lth olfl~s In BELFIELD SATURDAYS NONDAYS - WEDNESDAYS "rUESDAT~ - THURSDAYI~ F~IDAI'S MEDORA Radio Service ~:': BEKCH, NO. D~I[. Emerson & Motorola Radios and TV We back our sets with repair service. BEN HU, R FROZEN FOOD CHESTS ASY SPIN-DRIERWASHERS Fishing Supphes Record Players Records. Hap Van Doren on Mo,n, day. , o r om and personnel,Michael Barge,'. son of Mr. and Tom ar e,' Sauai. Ar, ia I wish to thank all those who sent flow* a:'at several days last week letters, cards and for other acts of kindr visiting his grandfather W. J. Ray in 1V[edora. [shown me during my recent hospitalizati C, ay o, was hos- Everything was very much appreciated. te~ at a brid,al shower ~tonoring Judy Tisor on Friday evening,] Augu,st 19. After a social hour L.M. (JIM) BARNHART ~,~/ / the honored ~uest opened her' gift~ a,n,d t'~.e hostess assisted by " I Here's a man who speaks for you every day he "talks up" your town, tells.folks what to see, where to go, l ow to get there. An important member of Norl Dakota's "tourist front line", he is our Number 1 gres ter o[ out.ohstate tourists, provides, maps, eal- imda events, ixfformation on the state s scenic and historical points of interest. Next time you v sit your favorite service station, tell the attendent you appreciate his efforts . . . tell him y.ou' e" grateful for his contribution towards North Dakotas growing tourist industry and its effect on both the" state and local economy. Thfs message .t~ a public servfce . . . brightto ~a~ through the cooperation of thts e~,~o~per . . . and the Greater North Dakota Association, the State Chamber of Comh~rce. Your local, source forhi RubberStamps at Golden Valley News