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J'AGE FOUR THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. I)A, . THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, I!' I Carol Thompson, member of the Soil and Sirloin Club, and her Grand Champion steer. Gary Ballard, member of the Soil and Sirloin Club, show- ing his reserve champion steer. Paul Douglas, member of the Garner Go-Getters Club, showing his steer. Paul won the ch'ampion beef show mansmp trophy which is presented each year by the North Dakota Stockmen's Assn. Ray Feragen showing Angus female owned by Claude Lund which won the grand champion over all breeds. nlnnnlllillnlnunuuinmlnl Commissioners Proceedings IIiillllUlillnlllllilllll REGULAR MEETING August 4, 1964 7:30 P.M. The Board of County Commissiolers met for their regular session with all members present. A motion was made by Swensen and seconded by Kor- donowy to alPove the minutes of the pravious .meeting as read. Motion ca r r ie'd. The following bills were audited and 'approved for ,payment subject to Federal Withholding, Social Security and Delinquent Personal ProIerty Taxes. M. O. Malknwski, salary and mileage, Dist  ............... $ 237.80 Pter Kordcnowy, salary and mileage, Dist. 2 ............. 190.10 Richard Swenson, salary and mileage, Dist. 3 .............. 20900 Ehner Elkins, patrol oper- ator, Dist 1 .................... 339.00 Mauriv Obrigewitch, operat- ing patrol, Dist. 1 48.00i Roy Obrigewi4ch, driving truck, DisL 2 ................. 26.25 Urban Obrigewitch, driving truck, Dist 2 ..................... 31.25 Benjamin F. Volesky, operat- ing loader, Dist. 2 ........... 104.25 Arnoul Kordonowy, hauling scoria, DisL 2 ................ 111.75 Kenneth L. Adams, ptrl operator, DisL 3 ..... 42O25 Roger Suminow, patrol oper- ator, Dist. 3 ................ 459.50 Fred L. Johnson, labor, Dist. 3 ................................ Ed LeDoux, driving truck, Di. 3 ........................... Karl V. Gunkel, se.ding grass, Dist. 3 ............. Steve Klein, hauling scoria, Dist. 3 ................................. State Highway Dept., Cunty .maps ....................................... Cunty Treasurer, cash items Burroughs Corporation, serv- ice agreement ........................ W, est Plains ElecAric, REA .... Medora Telephone Co., tele- phone bill .......................... Village of Meora, quarterly sewer charge ........................... 12.00 Buckman Plu,mbing & Heat- I ing, water line instalation 52.23 Ted Cornell, mi4eage .............. 24.80 Velma A. Johnson, mileage .... 37.06 Jackie Anderson, salary, Co. Superintendent's office ....... 105.50 Field Enarprises Education Corp., encyclopedia .............. 99.00 Marks Gresz, assessing ....... 10.00 N. D. Auditor's Association, association dues ................. 7.53 Globe-Gazette Printing Co., binders ................................... 130.50 Knight Printing Co., office supplies ........................................ 2541.77 Billings Co.unty Pioneer, pub- lic'ations ............................... 114.24 Billings County Pioneer, pub- : lieati,cns .................................... 221.76 Billings County Pioneer, pub- I ications ........................................ 208.32 Billings County Pioneer, pub- lications ................................... 8.68 Bilhngs County Pioneer, pub- lications ....................................... 23.80 Billings County Pioneer, pub- lications .................................. 50.40 Billings County Pioneer, pub- licatons ........................................ 33.67 Billings County Pioneer, pub- lication ..................................... 17.37 Billings County Pioneer, pub- lications ........................................ 33.84 Billings County Pioneer, en- velopes ....................................... 282.10 N. D. Wo.rkmens Compensa- tion, premium .......................... 628.02 Maurice A. Ellingson, salary and mileage .............................. 116.00 Wilrn Bren, salary .................. 40.00 kieaon Lumber Company, cement, Dist 1 .................. 40.5 Hle'chuk Construction, road work, Dist. 1 ......................... 1,139.00 Walter J. Yourk, road work, Dist. 1 ....................................... 32.00 S.am Kanski, lahpr, Dist. 1 .... 41.25 Schultz Machinery Co., parts, Dist. I1 .......................................... 70.00 Hiebechuk Construction, road works, Dist. 2 ........................... 469.00 Phillips Petroleum Cem.pny, fuel, Dist. 2 .............................. 66.99 Dickinson Supply, Inc., parts, Dist. 2 ............................................ 7.67 Scnneider Ohevrolet, Inc., parts, Dist. 2 .......................... 3.08 Quanrud, Brink & Reibold, Inc., .repairs, Dist. $ ............ 38.19 NorthwesVern Sheet & Ino Works, road .signs, Dist. 2 .... 28.35 North Dakota Metal Culvert Co., culverts, Dist. 2 ............ 266.42 Tractor & Eluipment Co., hydraulic bulldozer group, Dist. 2 ........................................ 896.72 Midwest Mor Express, freight charges, Dis. 2 ...... 7.50 BeLfield lrVners Union Ele- vator, grasS, Dist. 3 .............. 34.50 Ple,tn Ford Service, repairs, Dist. 3 ..................................... 22.98 Standard Oil Division of America, fuel, Dist. I-3 .... 445.69 Tractor & Equi.pment Co., re- pairs, Dit. 2-3 ....................... 3'/.25 Wheeler Lumber :Bridge, bridge lumber, Dist. 2-3 ...... 4,898.06 Traotor & Fxluipment Co., rena:I ptrol No. 14, Dist. 1 904.00 Tractor & Equipment Co., rental loader No. 922, Dist. 3 ..................................................... 172.00 IVatt Ewoniuk, labor, Dist. 1 35.00 Kaslaer Fflkowski, bridge work, Dist. I-2 ........................ 842.00 Pu'blie WeLfare bill numbered 11100 ws approved for payment. Social WeLfare bills numbered 11110 to 11.121 were approved for payment. A mtion was made by Kordonowy an'd seconded by Swensan to levy 6:00 mills for u.nrganized T, ownship Road Fund. Motion carried. A motion was made by Swenson | and seconded by Kordonowy %o allow | the County Auditor to attend the State | Boa,rd of Equalizatiort meeting the | last week in August. | The fo],owing resolution has been| adopted and approved by the Board| of County commissioners, subject to| change at any time. l 1 USED TVS--NEW RECORDS We have a brand-new children's 331/3's with Christmas gifts! stock of records, including stories. Buy 'em now for Our stock of TV's is very complete -- choose from small, medium or large screen TV's -- save about $20 on the '64 models. BROCKMEYER RADIO & TV SERVICE Vernon Broekmeyer, Prop. Phone 872-4323 Any seismograph holes t3 be drilled on county rad or road right of way are to be filled, plugged and , left in a workman like manner. The sismo- graph c.c.mpany is to give the county $5f0 per mile of seismographing which amount is to be placed in a special fund to cover any late occur- ring road damages. ne following ol,lections were ap- proved for July; County Auditor 9.50; Clerk of Court 3.00; County Judge non; Register o,f Deeds 189.00. The Bcmrd adjourned urtil .Septem- ber 1, 1964 for their next egular session. M. O. Mlkowski Chairman ATTEST: Raynond M. Griffin Auditor 95.75 87.50 and Special Fund 13 75 FUNDS- ' 1. General 50 00 Beginning Balance July ] l, 1963 ................................ $ 25 96 I Receipts .......................... 48"69 Expenditures .................. Ending Cash Balonce 5059 June 30, 1964 ...................... ,,', [ 7. High School Tuition . s Beginning Balance July 66.70 WHITETAIL SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 12 StaIemen! of Treasurer' Annual Re,porl For Publication RECEIPTS 1N G,ENERAL FUND (Amount Received by School District Treasurer between July 1, 1.963, and June 30, 1964) 1. Revenue from Local Sources ................................... $ 1,396.20 . Revenue from County Sources ................................. 4,410.27 3. Revenue from State Sources ............................... 541.65 4. Revenue from Federal Sources .................................. 1,037.13 7. TOTAL RECEIPTS ............ $ 7,385.25 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND (Amount paid during year for the following purposes) : 1. Administration .................... $ 328.23 2. Instruction ............... 4,6.89 5. P u p i 1 Transportation Services ............................... 401.31 6. Operation of Plant ....... 438.25 7. Maintenance of Plant _. 19.27 8. Fixed Charg.es ............... 250.77 14. Outgoing Transfer Ac- counts ................. 88.49 17. TOTAL EXPF2qDITURES $ 5,593.21 Balances of the General 1.784.94 7,385.25 5,593.2'1 ,576.98 1, 1963 ..................................... None Receipts ................................. 1,622.41 Expenditures ....................... 1,622.41 Enling Cash Balance June 30, 1964 .................. None 1. Cash in Hands of County Treasurer (Total Un- distributed Money For School District General Fund) .................................... $ 1,131.74 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) County of Billings )ss Wbitetail Shol District N,o. 12) I d solemnly swear thai to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct reort cf all moneys recelved and !aaid out by me as Schn ] Treasurer. Mrs. Sam Kanski Treasurer of Whitetail School District No. 12 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th d*av of ,I, ly. 1964. 2Vatt Evniuk FAIRFIELD SCHOOL DISTRICT NO, 13 Statement of Treasurer's Annual Report For Publication RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND (Amount Received by School District Treasurer between July 1, 1963, and June 30, 1964) 1. Revenue from Local Sources ........................... $ 2,657.46 2. Revenue from County Sources ............................. 2,950.02 3. Revenue from State Sources .................................... 407.87 4. Revenue from Fe,deral Sources .................................... 584.67 7. TOTAL RECEIPTS ....... $ 6,600.92 EXPENDITURES OF GEWERAL FUND (Amount paid during year for the fol looting purposes): 1. Adtnintstra,tion ................... $ 207.18 2. Instruction ............... 3,707.09 5. P u p i 1 Transportation Services 133.20 6 .Operation of Plant ........... 268.74 7. Maintenance of Plant .... 129.36 8. Fixed Charges ............... 280.95 14. Outgoing Transfer Ac- couWts ...................................... 1,026.54 17. TOTAL EXPENDITURES $ 5,762,C6 Balances of the Genecal and Spocial Funds FUqDS -- 1. General Beginning Balance J'uly I, 1963 ...................................... $ 4,960.79 Receipts ................................. 6,600.02 E)penditures .................. 5,762.06 Ending lfish Balance June 30, . ......................... 5,798.75 1. Cash in Hands of County Treamlrer [.Total Un- distri,buted ! Money For So.heel District General Fund) ........................................ $ 638.83 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) County of Billings )ss Fairfield chool Dis4rict No. 13) I dv solemnly swear theft .t *.he best of my knowledge and belief the withdn is a true'and correct report of al'l rreoney reeelved and paid pug by me as School Treasurer. Mrs. Allan W. Thompson Treasurer  Fairfeild Sohool District No. 1 Subscribed and sworn fo before me this 14T, h day of July, 1964. Alln W. Thompson GOHHAIVI SCHOOL DISTRICT NO. 7 Statement of Treasurer' Annual Reort For Publication RECF.IPTS IN CAqERAL JND Amount Received by Schbol District Treasurer between July I, 1963, and June 30, 1964) , ] 1. Revenue from Local i 4 161 71 ' Spin,cos .................................... $ , . , 2. Revenue from County I Sources ................................ 2,969.01 3. Revenue from State Sources ................................... 41:187 I 5 Non-Revenue Receipts .... 51.04 7. TOTAL RECEI,PTS ...... $ 7,594.23 EXPENI)ITURES OF G]gN'EAL FUND (Amount pad d%iring year for the follvlng purposes) : I. Administration ................... $ 384.35 2. Instruction ............................ 3,950.65 4. Health ervices .................. 5.00 5. P u p f l Transportation Services .................................. 927.63 6. Operation of Plant ............ 364.41 7. Maintenance o4' Plant ...... 47.05 8. Fixed Charges ...................... 14. Outgoing Transfer Ac- counts ...................................... 17. TOTAL EXPENDITURE $ 8,128.77 Balances of the General and Special Funds FUNDS -- 1. General Beginning Balance July 1, 196 ...................................... $ 2,87.1.27 Receipts .................................. 7,594.23 Expenkitu res ........................ 8,128.77 Ending Cash Ialanee Jue 30, 1964 ........................ 2,30.75 I. Cash in Hands of County Treasurer (Total Un- dlstrbted Money For School District General Fund) ........................................ $ 596.99 STATE OF TI-I :DAKOTA County of 'ltngs , 'ct No 7 )ss Gorham School Diem ) I o solemnly swear h to the of my knowledge ena.ner .ne withdn is a true and corret report o all moneys received and paid oul by me as School Treasurer. Enll W. Baranko Treasurer ' Gotham School District No. 7 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 144h day of 3,u.ly, 1964. Catherine Nameuk FAIR WINNERS-- I ' (Continued From Front Page) The Fryburg News --Joe Miehels; 4-H Crops Sweep-: stakes -- Rodney Van Horn; 4-H Home Ec. Sweepstakes- Ruth Finneman; 4-H Beef Showman- ship--Paul Douglas. Horse Show Trophies Champion Quarter Horse Stal- lion--Orin Harden]brook, Sturgis, S. D.; Champion Quarter Horse Mare  Roland Pullin, Sen%ineI Butte; Champion Quarter Horse Gelding -- Sparky Trotter, Sent- inel Butte; Cham,pion Appaloosa Stallion- Paul Popiel, Sentinel Butte; Champion Appaloosa Mare ---Chas. Allen; Ch.ampion Appa- loosa Gelding -- Buddy Sperry; Champion, any other breed, Stal- lion--Dr. Norm,an OrdahI, Dick- inson; Champion, any other breed, Gelding -- Barbara Woods, Wbaux. Champion Ribbons Wheat--Donald Wischow; Bar- ley--Joe Pesha; Oats -- Rodney Van Horn; Corn  Art Clarin; Potatoes -- Mrs. Ewaid John'son; Grand Champion Beef- Carol Thompson (4H); Reserve Cham- pion Beef--Gary Ballard (4-H). Booths Homemakers: 1st  This 'n That; 1st--Alpha. 4-H: lstGarner Go-Getters; 1st--Peppy Pals; 2ndLone Tree; 2nd--Hel,pful Hands; 2nd--Will- in, g Workers; 2ndKnutson Val- ley. GOLDEN VALLEY COMMUNITY HOSPITAL Admtied Clifford Wilson, Glendive; Leslie Moore, Mrs. Gene Hoff and R. H. Welch, all of Wbaux, Mont.; Mrs. Bonnie Underwood, Mickey Schroeder and Eva Wein- reis, aI1 of Beach; John Knopp and Susan Ann Allen, both of Sentinel Butte; Mrs. Adolph Hass, Medora; Mrs. Renee Brdman, Dickinson. Discharged Daisy Wassmann, Mrs. George Underwood and Mrs. Mary Niece, all of Beach; Mrs. Renee Bred- man, Dickinson; Leslie Moore, Wi'baux, Mont. Ril Boy to Mr. and Mrs. George Underwood, Beach, 9-2-64, 8 lbs. 5 oz. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Gene Holt, W]baux, Mont., 9-7-64, 7 1.bs. 10 oz. Visii Parenis--- The Jim Jefffries family of Holly, Minn., spent the weekend at her folks, the Taylor Cooks in Sentinel Butte. On Sunday morn- ing St. Michael's parish held a farewell Ibreaklfast at the church parlors after mass in their honor. Transfers To Oregon-- Mr. and Mrs. Bill Miller and two children of Edison, N. J., are vlsitirg at the parental homes of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Miller in Beach and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyckoff in Sentinel Butte. Dur-' irg the Lalbor Day weelvend they : traveled to Worland, Wyo., where they v,iited friends, their former home. Mr. Miller will be leaving this weekend for Kla- I math Falls, Ore., to begin his dties as chemist for ulblic Health Dept., a trarsfer from New Jersey. The family will join h'.n as soon as a home is located. TRADING POST Sno-suits $2.00 $3.00 New shipment of children's shoes, all A.1 condition, and some brand new. Table formica top, wood grain and six chairs. Girls Car-Coats Houscoats Sweaters, blouses, skirts, all sizes and descriptions, and good quality. A few canvas shoes for men and women only $1 a pair. Good selection of ladies coats. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Urban are ass,, Mr..and Mrs. Ray announcing the birth of a baby .and family of Miles City, girl born at the Dickinson hos- daug,hter Gl,ad:ys of pital on Tuesday, Sept. 8. She AlaS!a, Mr. and Mrs. weighed 7 l'bs. 15 oz. Maternal Wagoner and family grand,father is D. D. Brenn,an of Souh Heart and dau,gMer ,Fryburg. nice who has been sta:ing Mr. and Mrs. Ray Coulson of Mrs. Smith during her Worland, Wyo., Mr. and Mrs. lescence. George Schwindt and family of Baker, Mont., were Labor Day' guests at the 'home of Mr. and" Mrs. Dan Cheadle. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koler of BilLings, Mont., visited at the home of Mrs. Koff]er's parents, (Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heiser. 'Mr. and Mrs. Charles Luptak and sons Duane and Allen apent t,he weekend at the Elen John- son. home. On Sunday evening he Einar Johnson family and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Johnson en- joyed their dinner at Mrs. John- son's home. Mr. and Mrs. A]bert Luptak of rural Belfield called durin,g the evening. t Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kottz of Ipsilanti, N. D., and Mrs. B. M- Caul were Lamber Day guests a.t the Ed LeDoux home. They ured the Badlands, visited the '.Chateau de Mores and the Foley ,Museum--reporting a most in- t teresting and pleasant trip. } Mel Pearn of Glendive was also a caller at the Ed LeDoux' home. Recent callers at the Ellen Johnson home included Fred $osucks of Bonner, Mont., and (Mr. and Mrs. George Woolsey and tvo children of Stevens- ville, Mont. Mrs. Woolsey will Jbe rememibered at Gertrude J)sucks. Mrs. Verne King, Mrs. Phil Tuss & Robin were guests at the coffee party given by Mrs. Her- bert A'ltenug Friday p.m. Mrs. Stella Smith has returned home ater spending a few days in the hospital. Several memlbers of her family have visited her i during the past two weeks. They included the Melvin Smith fam- ily of Isle, Minn., Donald Smith I family of M51es City, Mort.,ll Lloyd Smith family of Boston, FOR - ANNOUNCEMENT THANK YOU N00PmNS, modm00 GOLDEN VALLEY NEW00 RENT 2-Bedroom Modern Home double garage, fine location Inquire at VALLEY INSURANCE Phone 872-3995 HOG PRODUCERS Next Hog Buying Date Friday September 25 Will be buying top nogs, sows, and stags. Bring in whatever you BEACH LIVESTOCK JACK BALLARD PHONE 872-4525 IF YOU 'CAN HEAR, BUT CAN'T UNDERSTAND WORDS HERE'S NEWS OF HOW YOU CAN BE If you have trouble under- standing word% you can Hear Again, wih a new, secret appear- ing, hidden hearirg device. There are no cords, wires, out- side receivers, big batteries nohing to wear in your clothing, nohing bulging behind your ear, nothirg stravped to your eye- glasses. Nothing to connect or disconnect. You will hearand understand what you hear, withor ferring noises -- even places su as downtown, crowded rooms and Gives wonderful people with Nerve we}l as other types af losses. Write Miss Mary for full informion, care in, g ,Information. 4 way, Billings, Montana. FOR SALE CHEYENNE WINTER WHEAT SEED Grown From Certified Seed 97% 'Germination -- ,Cleaned and Treated $2.00 per bushel Can also treat seed for wireworm at 25c extra HAVE ON HAND 11-48-0 Pelleted Fertilizer in 50 lb. bags FAHLSTROM GRAIN CO. Beach, N. Dak. Phone 872-3215 b:!i