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PAGE EIGHT THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1945 October National Hunters Pledge To Bible l%ading Is 4-H Officers Head hstitute Program Van Horn Rodeo Opens Saturday War Fund Month Uphold Game Laws Urged By Clergy Governor Fred' G. Aandahl has Wi'th the opening of hunVing .From October first to December Officers elected by 4-H delegates Prob~tbly the last rodeo of the proclaimed the month of October sea,on for migratory wa~e~fowl a first, 1945, the children and young co the 1944 Achievement Institute year in this part of the state will as "National W~r Fund Mon#hI aL NDAC will have a leading role be staged at the Van Horn ranch in North Dakota," and calls upon]f~w days ago, hunters and spo~ts- people from nine to twenty years wen of Billings County have of age, residing in North Dakota, in the program for the 1945 event located ten miles northeast of Sen- all North Dakotans "to g~ve a l pledged themselves to observe the] are being asked to engage' in a whicfft is now being shaped up by tinel Butte, with the opening day, small share of their prosperity tot nevely enacted hunting l~tws which Bible reading campaign, the Extenaion Serwcefor Oct.30 Saturday,Sept. 29,packed with ram which will[ were passed by the state legislature vo Nov. 2. , this cause--a prog This campaign is being sponsor- go a long way to~.ards re-establish-[ thrfl, ling and exciting fea~s of ing peace and happiness in Label largely for the protection of farm- ed all over North Dakota by the These cmo members are Warren rodeo drama era and ranchers and their prop- No~th Dakota Interchurch Council, Neinus, Thompson, president; Lois~ The m.anagement of the two-day world." erty. Hay, ltaub, vice president; Marie rodeo" Sept. 29 and 30, states tha.t The governor said the North Which includes sixteen denon~ina- WH~h the hunting of upland game Lions, with headquarters at Fargo. Rienke, Nome, secretary and Start- arena director, Hugh Arm~rong Dakota War Chd~t has been in- birds opening Sept. 30, farmers In this county the campaign is in ley Holzemer, Amidon, treasurer, and announcer, Bud Cook, are pre- strurnerttcd in allevimting suffering and ranchers will cease posting oharge of John Roberts, Beach, Officers to serve in 1946 will be Dared to handle all entrants and people in Allied nations during the tiaeir lands only w~nen hur#ters heed courtLy manager, elected by 4-H delegates who at- that a packed card of bronc riding, war Which has Just ended. "The and observe .the state hunting lama This is the ~hirteenth year for tend the meeting this fall. bareback riding, call: roping, wild In the 34 years Aohievement In- horse racing, etc will thrill spec- affiliated agencies it finances have and displ~.y a desire and willing- rials campaign in North Dakota. stitutes h~,ve been held at the ta, tors' thro[~enout the t~o days. rendered a great selw~ice to our noes ~o, proteo-t farmers property. Bach year about 10,000 children veterans both at home and over- ND~C, club members themselves A dance will be held after the seas by furnishing them with era. Oourteous consideration of the and young people participate. The farmer Will make hunting more purpose of the campaign is to help have assumed increasing respon-la2rst day of the rodeo Sept. 29, at tevtalnment, medical aid, food and pleasa,t. Hun,ters should remember children and young people stand THE PR.0. FE$$0R.~owKaYcKotYI=r~ of the four-day program. Develop-[the Sentinel Butte Town Hall. A clothing.' sibitity for many of the features Igood time with good music;'. thatthelandlord is the host. firm against thetemptations of uacK o m N~U and,U n '"I~here is continued need for . me t of leadership among boys this service until our soldiers re- Penalties life. It is ~founded on the belief of Musica, t~now,eage, m now rm-- -di ers Urge turn from occupational duties in ~hooting wi.thin forty (40)rodsthata knowledge of the Bible andI, hit; fifth year of entertaining hnsd :::~ ::: IDled2: oCul~sbtan~ork foreign lands; tahere is a contin- of an occupied farm d, welling for-a faith in God is the best preven- troop His music and humor on- s Fa To uing need for assistance among bidden by law, except with occu- tire of Juvenile delinquency. The livened the day many servl e results of 4-H activities in the File Sal iden war refugees. gant s permission. Hunting on post- examinations are to be taken Jan. amos ~t home and abroad.~ community and county, as well The governor asks "our peoi~e ed land without permission of the 20. Those who pass will receive a as on a smtewide basis, esEv ce to c ntr~bute gener usly to this wner leaves pers n s d~lng sub" certificate f c mpletion'ject to prosecution under trespass N ~} D Week C ~~ ork Billings Oounty farmers and worthy cause. We in North Dakot~ According to an announcement ews[a, er om ranchers selling ca0tle weighing 800 have during the wax years pros- law. made by Roy. Roberts, special cer- D pounds or more, and bringing at pored while our Allies have suffer-] Must Close Gates tifldates will be a~ard.ed those who Set By Governor Returns Now ue or $13.g5 a~ St. Paul, Minn ed misery and privation. Their] A penalty of from $25 to $100 have taken the examinations for least $13.65 in the StaCe of North fields, scenes of bloody battles, are and ttp to 30 days in jail for fall- five years. Leaflets for the Bible barren, their homes wrecked, uxe to close gates when passing reading can be had by applying In a proclamation lssued this Billings Cour~ty farmera are re-i or Sioux City, Iowa, should file ap- week Governor Fred O. Aandafffl minded to report their 1946 com -plication for ~he 50 cents per ew~. ~hroug~, or cutting fences, in add- to Rev. Robe~, Beach, who is the designated the week of October pllan~e, work to t~hmr Commumty payment. Application for pey~nen~ itlon ~o forfeiture of hunting lic- county manager for the three 1-8 nat4onal newspaper week in Committeemen as soon as a,ll fall glmuld be re, ado a~ the Billings Dair ts ense. counties of Golden Valley, Bll~ings, North l~.koba, work is completed. Since Septem- CourtLy AOA Offive in Belfleld. To 0 d~tte only one eligible application Your Sta~e &ame and Fish Corn- and Wibaux, Mont. "The American newspapers have ber 15th was Vhe deadline for com-ihas been filed. Offered Sept. loner says-JBe a true sisera- The work Is in charge of a staCe i r i pleting the stubble mulch practl~e nmn in your hunting ways where- cormnit~e named by the ,North Da- successfully ins sLed upon the ights of a free ress and as a free press (cultfv~tion ox small grain stubbleI 194S~ST ever you go, and keep North Dakota koba InterehurCla Council, Mrs. W. P ' ' h e dom u9ter harvest) l~; i,t thought that - ave carried the torch of fr e ' , Beg~nning Sep'tember 30~h Che the Wildlife Paradise it now is. Crossman, chaimnan, Mrs. E. B. through the turmoil of War and a number of repo~ts can nosy be[ Food grain production in the Billings CouI~ty AAA Office will ac- ~ Wasl~burn,N. J. Walper, H.R. mace Flux measurements ShOuld U. S. in 1945 is expected to sur- H depression as well as in peace and . . eept ~l~plioattons for payment upon Magnnson, of Grand Forks; Mrs. prosperity, Aanda~hl said. be reported a~ ,the same txme con-lpass any other year b~ over 2 ,r~lon of idence omemakers Set wi lam Mlddleton, Manvel; C. A. "This information has made it serv~ion pra~tces are reported, million tons. atamiate the sale of ~ and Armstrong, Fargo, and Miss Hazel cream for the mon~hs Of J~tly, Sta Augtmt and September, i943. 'Ap- te Meet Dates anloy of Tol~ey. possible for our people to under- stand our new and growing re- plicants may mail in thelr oream stubs or leave them at the Cotm%y Offtce when they are in town. Aandahl In Quandry About Thanksgiving Meetings of the Sta~e Homemak- ers Oouncil, orgard~t~ion repre- senting Homemakers Clubs in Nort~ Dakota, again wiR be held during Farm and Home Week at the North Da2~ta Agricultural Ool- lege, ,lqarg~, Nov. 13 to 15. The group, made up of of Plc~al 0elegates from each county, will meet half-days during the three day Farm and Home Week pro- ~ra.m ~nct will participate in edu- o~tional activ~t2es of the week the The Governor of NorCh I~ ls wondering just what he can do to straighten out bhe tangle of tree Thankagiving days in North Da- kota re~ulting from coRfllcting state and federal statutes. The 1945 state legisl.a,ture es- tml.ance of the time. tablished the last Thursday in ~During their sessions ttomemak- November as the official Thanks- ers Council mer~bers will wor~ with giving date in Norbh Dakota. But Extension Service home economics a recently enacted federal statute specialists in developing Home- sere the fourth Thursday in No- rrmkers Olub project plans for 1946. ven~er as Thanksgiving--which ~ The~ Council annually performs an ordinarily would be t~e lass Thur~- I importar~ function in fitting Ex- day in the month. ]tension programs to the needs of But not this year. November this. rural ~omen. year has five Thursdays. Governor Aandaahl says he would like ~o make North DakOta's Ob- servance coincide with other states --if a way c~n be fourl'd to do it. I Present officers of the Oomacil axe l~rs. Gilbert C, angness, Argus- ville, president; Mrs, A. H. ~rick- son. Wilton. vice president; Mrs. Vernon Grant. Valley Pity, secre- tary; and Mrs. H. J. McLeod, Rug- by, treasurer. Is Your Strbscription Paid IYpt FOR M EN Towncraft* DeLuxe Oxfords, Goodyear Welt Construction. -FO R Jim Penney" for school, sports. *Reg. U. &. Pat. Off t L I I I II I I Safety Councils To Be Organized Organizing local safety councils and the eventual creation of a state unit comprised of representa- tives of looal units is the aim of a campaign announced by the state's bred safety agencies--the hlghmay department and the Work- men's Oompens~tlon Bureau. The campalgn will start in the western part of the state the week of Oct. 8 through the 13th. wi0h the showing of mo~ion pictures of occupational s~fety, highway and pedestrian safety flhxm and with short addresses by Thomcts Kitow- ski, Workarmn's Compeneation Bur- eau director, and by Paul Drew, head of tahe highway department safety unit. The program will also include first aid and entertainment filn~s. The following week, OCt, 15 through the 20th, the southeast section of the state will be cover- ed. The northeast part of the state will be visited during the balance of October. ~. @~. PE'NNSff ~O #MO. sp~nsibility with other nations. "The World Charter of the Unit- ed Natlor~s Cortference ~t San Franeisco, whioh received an almost unanimous vote of t~he United States senate, grew under complete and unrestrioted news coverage of ~he conference, resulting in a na- tion-wide public sentiment in favor ff what was being done and a cope for its accomplishments. "Only a well informed people :an remain free and democratic." The governor asked the people f the state to pause for recapitula- :ion of ~hat a free press has meant ~; us durinu these turbulent years. "It is editorially free because It is economically free under the American system of competitive ad- vertising. It has told Vhe story of the bond. blood bank and scrap metal drives. It has given up-to- the~mlnute informatlon on,elective service and rationing. It h~as broug~,t the ~tx)ry of the battle fronts at the ~upreme sacrifices of 33 American war correspondents. "During national newspaper week let us fill our minds wi~h appre- ciation of this great free Ameri- can institution--4he Newspapers." Preparation for sponsorsh p of these safety prograans is being left REA To Provide in the hands of local organiza- tl Im-- h ls' service elubs--'end M yN Jb others ir~terested in highway and an ew o s occupational safety. ] Rural-power line construction by Corrmaunities interested in safety borrowers of Rural E1ectrioflc~tion programs or organization work, not Adminlstratlon funds in ,North Da- already contacted by the two state l~ota offers 9respects of immediate safety agencies, are invited to employment for a lunge number of correspond with either one for workers, according to a survey made dates, etc Kitowski said. by R~EA. ~everal states have already per- Workers most urger~tly needed axe fected safety unit councils, headed ~ruck 'drivers, men to dig holes by a directing state organization, and clear rig~at-of-ways, lineman to Drew added, string lines and electricians to w~re the premises of consumers.' Loan funds toba,Iling $2,46B,143 are available to 8 REA-fftnanced coop- Mr. and Mrs. ~Rlc~ard Oonrad eratlves for new con~ruction in and Mrs. Oonrad~s sister. Ru~ and North Dakota as rapidly as muter- husl~nd, from V~ashing~n, ~re lals and lecher can beobtained/ ,here for a ~eek's visit. They, in This arrmun.t/'includes $1,557;143 co~y with Mrs. Ohas. Geth- which REA has a~loted up to M~ty mann, 1e~t Frfd~y f~r a visit w~th 1 as loans from authorized lending Mildred ~e~nann, who is an in- funds for prev~vus years, and $911,- s~0or in Hlffh School at ,Leith, 000 alloted since tha~ date from a and Fern E~mman, R. N at B~s- fun~ of $200,000,000 authorized by marek. St~y ~hey attended sexy- Congress for the current f~cal year, ice a~ I:~ kln~n and visited friends M~. Oonrad and her sister were former ~mhers here. Rev. an~ ~'s. Ova from lkma, and Rev. and ,Mm. Woelstenholm from Dlckinm)n ,were dinner gusts ~turch~y a% ~ Jz~n$ons. '~er J~uclm, Wave, d~ from *.he l~avy recently, w~ an overnight guest Friday of Dm'othy Fritz. (Mrs. Bet%ram Joh~sen enjoyed a visit, the put week, from her, l~oyd, from Plorid~t. Floyd is ot~ on a S0-day furlough. They were su~)er guests Thursday at the Vernon FrRz hmne ~t~r. ~ad 0M[~s. ~y H~.tley were Dicklnson 'bttsine~s vl~i~rs Friday. ~lao01 will open Monday Oct. l~t in Pioneer School No. I w~th Pa~l Dut hud teeoher. John Eg~ly and family and Ver- non and Dorothy Fritz were anvong those w~no attended and enjoyed the I~ at Belfleld. M~ny people here were unsvble ,to a~end due t~ rain and road conditions. Ployd Willimms and Mr. and Mrs. Bertr~n Johnson and Jphn Egly and two sons were dinner gue~ l~day ~t Vlotorla JOhnson's. Floy~l left for l:Mc'kirmon Sun@ay to visit friends. .Mr. and Mrs. C1eo. Cart were Be~le~d busines~ visitors Thursday. Their t~ree daugh'ters are ~tend- lug High school in Belfield. Three n.ew loans haye ,been a l- k)ted to North Dakota borrowers since V-E dey to finance constrtm~- ion of 945 miles of lines to serve 1,5~ new constmners. The three-year post-war pro- gram dren~ up by the North Da- kota cooperatives would provide elo0tri~ se.wice to an addRlonal 15,600 rumt consumers. It .would require ex~end~%ures of $8,000,000 for construetlon of distribution lin- es and $2,000,000 for the in~prove- ment of exlsting electrtc syetems, the ~nstru~tlon of generation and transm~sston facilities, and the pur- se. by rural consumers of arm and h me electric equ men . estima~es each new f~rm consumer will spend an a~erage of $145 for in~ta, Hlng Wiring sys- tems, and $400 for electrical equip merit. It also is estim~ted that 35 per cen~ of the new farm con sumers will spend an average of $2~5 each for plmr~bing lnsta~- t~Ons. even of North Dakota's borrow. ers already have systems in oper- ation. They are servlng.6,6~2 con- sumers ~lvng 3212 miles of lines. Improvement in electrical f~i'tles and' new appli~aces and equi~ rnent, desired by these existing consumers, should also add to the opportunities for employment of other workers. Beach, North Dakota HEW 1945 PACK I Ig-O CAHS II FRESH FANCY ROASTED LB. DELICIOUS NOURISHINQ ASSORTED PKG. FLAVOREE FREE YEAST RED STAR DRY YEAST. BUY ONE PKG.--RECEIVE I FREE MALT O'MEAL ~6-OZ. ~J~ BRAND PKG. ~r I- SAFE FINE FABRIC SOAP . TOWN FOLKS HELP HAR VEST CROPS ~FOILET TISSUE ROLL GENTLE, SOFT AND SAFE (WHILE SUPPLY LASTS) SOFT AND SAVING A LITTLE OOES A LONG WAY KEF2PS WHIT]~ Rllq~O WHITE &, BRITE FOUR SOAPS IN ONE 2 SIZES--ALL PURPOSE OR LIFKBUOY SOAP FOR BEAUTIFUL SKIN RED OWL'S "SQUARE SHA to share our merchandise faIrly = At times w~ do not hmm enoogh of all items to serve eve~ ~gmm~ but wh~ w* advertise or offe su i~ products for tale. eveyme win k trelted the same no under. ~mtw telling. Ore" plan of timiting individual purchuu tad ~lli~g m i:~oducts ~I from displ~ provides o,l~:~lmtt3~' for all to ~am alike. ---GUARANTEED FRESH FRUITS i ND VEGETABLES--. WEALTHY WISC. U. S. NO. 1 LBS. CALIFORNIA VALENCIAS DOZ. GIRDLED CALIF. SEEDLESS LETS. MEDIUM 10-LB. YELLOW BAG INDIVIDUAL HOME GROWN EACH