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/ THURSDAY, OCTOBE R 4, 1945 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER PAGE FIVE THE and intermen't was made there. The Schu~ters recently moved to BILLIHGS COUNTY ~o~,o from Bismarck as M ~r. Miss Edna Austin, who spent ~he Schuster is now operating the PIONEER with her niece. Mrs. L. O. blacksmith shop formerly owned by Havnvik ,and family, left Saturday the Paluck brothers. for Minneapolis Minn w~ere shet Mr. and Mrs. Fred J~h-nson"~d A Continuation of w4ll spend the winter. "THE BADLANDS COWBOY" family were Bel'field shoppers S~t- Established m 1883 MISs Betty Talking,on left last urday evening. H. n. JOHNSON, Managez Saturday for Salt I~ke City where W. W. MALKOWSKL Manager she will visit at the McDon'Md The l~c~a~ school is in ful~ swing ALICE L. LEBO, Managing Editor heine, now W th ~he fDHowing teachers: /E.cin Cheadle 7th and 8t~ grades Entered m ~he Post Office at Medora. .Mr, and Mrs. Wa~ter Cameron and High School; Mrs. Einar Fong, Billings County, N,n'th Dakota. Feb- ruary 15. 1934. as second class matte, and f~mi]y accompanied by Dusne Intermedis~te grades; Mrs. Russell under the Act of March 3. 1879. Indergaard and Roswell Loffel- Logan, primary grades, Official Newspaper of the CouDty o1 n'mcher have returned ~to Oreeley, The Wlilke- Josucks threshing Billings, State of North Dakota.Colo, 2~he boys will el;tend high com~ny has finished oper~lorm Published every Thursday at Medora. school ghere. Billings County, North Dakota. SOUth Of 'the track and is now o9- Mrs. Enmm Schnell and Mrs. er~ting ~t he O. F. Ta~ll0.ng~on Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance Verne King attended the Countyranch.The wea~er is bright and TWENTY-~'IVE YEARS AGO C~uncil meeting ~vt the Me,normal sunny,idea/ for threshing. Here's Billings County Pioneer hal,1 in Belfleld last Tuesday. Four hopingit w~l~ con'tinue. October 1, 1920 H~menmkers Clt~bs of Billings Edward ]~xrmar~trout, w~o has Cour~ty wererepresented. Thosespent the last ~0v~o and one-h~lf Mr. and Mrs. Frank (3flham spent presen~ were Miss JuRa Brel~ke nmn~qs as ~St. John's hospif~al at from the ExC~ensi0n Division at Fargo, As at home.He is slowly Sunday at Bullion Butte. Fargo; Mrs. PAahard S~enson of improving. (Mr. and Mrs. Charles W~ll, Mrs the Progressive Club; Mrs. Harold Y.~wson and Mrs. T. A. Davis ~ook Larson and Mrs. Allan Thompsonan Notes in the movie a~; Beach Saturday Of the Fairfield Olu, b. and Mrs. evening. Lodema Myers of the Medora Club. Ova Kenedy spen~ a part of this Officers elected for the coming The Billings County Teachers In- week with her daughter a~ Sanger. year are as follows: Mrs. R. Swen- stltute wi~ be held Monday and (Mr. and Mrs. John Tester, who son, Pres.; Mrs. Verne King, V. Tuesday, OctOber 8 and 9. (~n have been making a ler~gthy visit Pres and ~ irs. Allan Thompson, error in Teachers no,ices read yOUth reh~ives in New York and Sec.-Treas. Miss Brekke gave in- Monday and "tuesday, 7~h and 8th. other Eastern Cities re,turned home stvuctions to the secretaries in car- Kindly note and correct.) Mr. J~n- Thursclay. ing for the "Gray Book" and re- SOn, who ~a~ charge of the Rural Frank l~ay of Dickinson is a cording minutes in the secretary's Dept. ~t the ~, will be wR~h guest of his brother, W. J. Ray, book. She also announced that the us and ~/~11 conduct sover~vl denton- and fV~fily, first training meeting would be the stra%ions using ~e local c~fldren. Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Gray and clothing project leaders and would state Supt. Arthur Thompson will daughter, Pearl, motored to Beach be held in Bel~eld on Oct. 12. address the group Monday af~ver- to take in the movie on Saturday The Pres. Ladies' Aid held its noon. The New Grade Course of and stayed over Sunday the guests regular meeting in .the church par- Study will be distributed and dis- cussed. T~e l~ns for the County of friends Iors. Thursday p. m. A delicious activities and round up w~ll be Mrs. C. C. R~pp and daughters, lun~ served by the hostesses planned and discussed wl~ the M~bea and Jennie were Sunday Mrs. Barrow and Mrs. A~kinson was tooter group. This is an lm- guests at the home of Fred Den- enjoyed by a large number of po~an.t meetingand all teechersare hem of Fryburg. ~uests. empe~ted to be preser~t. You will Mr. ~illmm retatrned to his MYs. C. E. Goodmen was hostess be paid for the days as If taught. home ~t Winor~, Minn a~ter an 1~r the Study Club with I0 mere- Meetings will be in ,the C~urt House extended visit with ~ son, l~ank, hers present. Mrs. Wetter Oamero~ and Scahcol House. Meet Monday and family, was a guest. An ~eStlng paper n~ornlng at school building. :Mr. and Mrs. Jay ~ton drove on "~la.~ and i~s new uses" was There will be a series of Ira- to Dickinson ~turd~y, aocon~panled given by Mrs. Verne King and Mrs. rmln~n .cl~ics in B111ings Ooun- by M~s Francis V~ok~l, returning Theo. Barrow preser~d the vocal- Cy to pro~ ohfldren against home on sund~y, ulary tests, t Whooping Cough, S~rm~,l Pox and Mrs. GaG. OSterhout woe hostess ~drs. l~arvin Inganan and c~- Dip~herla, at the following places: to the members of the Card Glut dren left Thursday for their new Fr~burg School, Oct. 11, 9-11 a. m. Friday evening. Mrs. Chas. Will home near W~eaton, Minn. Marvin Medora School, Oct. 11, 2-4 p. m. proved herself to be the bea~ play- will truck ea~le as soon as he Fairfield School Oct. 12, 9-1.1 a. m. er, therefoee carried home the prize, can g~t some one to .help him.Cronham Sohoo], Oct. 12, 2-4 p. m. while C. Olson went home with ~oppers ip Belfieid Se0turday These are free clinics sponsored the booby prize, evening ineluded Mr. and Mrs. Earl ,by k~oal orga~ns and will be ,Mrs. Gunderson and daughter, Joubert and Ivonne, Mr. and Mrs. conducted by Dr. Mary Soule~, Mrs. Aberrm,thy, were passengers l~tssell Logan and children, Mr" Dist. Health Supervisor, New Eng- to Dickinson Friday. and Mrs. J~n (3regpry and P~tty. land, assisted by a n ,urse from the John Crregvry, who has been era- Sto~e Heal~h Dept. ployed a~ the O. F. Ta'lkin~n ~o child will be treated at ~e ranch for the past three years, will clinic mfle~ aoco~par~ied by par- W. J. RAY drive ~he Patrikus school bus. 1~ er/~ or upon presen ing a written Attorne -al-Law is reported ~ Gre~orys will move eohsent signed by them. PRACTICE IN ALL COURTS to the A. E. Boicourt place on No. ~'s. ~anvtg and Mrs. B~tl~n call- 10 when it is vacated by' Bl]d Kor- ed wt the office Monday and of- Medora, N. Dak. donowy and fatally. The Kordon- fered to furnish ~leeping quarters owys will move to their farm far- for several teachers for the In- ther South. " stitute, also rooms are availv~ale a~ ~X~'s. Verne KAng entertained the Mary i~cOarty's Oabins. Anna S~tch and Oha~ter Club Tuesday I~wrence and Buddy l~anch. Meals p.m. Eight members were present will be served at Barnhart's 6Bank Mrs. H. Gille~erg and Mrs. Bern% BuA4ing) and Roosevel~ Park Ca~e, Please Notify W. J. Ray of] O'lson were appolrrted Clothing pro- (Hinkel~). Medora, North Dakota, of all~jeCtattendLeadersthe trainingWith instructiOnSmeeting at to Cattle or Horses branded,Beifie~d. want A{Is t M~s. ~red Johnson won a ribbon (Bellows) on Left Jaw, on sweet corn, ~t the festival in SALESMEN WANTED--LATEX- Shoulder or Hip; (Cross- I Be~field last week. There w~ a ~ANITA~Y GOODS, Big Profit. L) Left Side on Cattle; ] fine diSl~ay of vegetables, a number As low as $1.95 per gross. Send of them raised in Billings County. $1 for son,pies. Globe ~a~ Co Left Thigh on Horses; Dorothy Ceperly won first l'll~bon 411~13 East 84~ St. New York, (TO) Left b~ide Cattle, on Early Ohio potatoes. ~, N.Y. " 16-4 c running off Submarginal Range, South of N P tracks or East of Submarginal fence on North side. You will be reimbursed any expense in notifying. Any in- formation concerning the taking or stealing of this livestock will be rewarded under the Stock- growers Association Reward as publtshecL Mrs. Ermn~ S~hne~l's small grand- son. Daniel Schuster passed a~ay a~ the St. John's hop~Ital la,~t .Wed- nesday. When Mrs. Schne~l oa~led on the dazag~er, Mrs. Schuster, Tuesday morning, she was asked to take mother and babe to the hos- pital ,the latter being very ill. 2~e "three. nvr~th-old baby had no~ been ~trong, and a}thoug~ the doctors gave it special care, tt passed away. Funeral services were hdd in the St. Josel~h's churc~ at Dicl~inson AUCTION SALE---Aberdeen-Angus registered cat'tie, October 18, Dick- Jason, N. Dak. High quality animals, from most popular fami- lies of the breed will be offered including 26 bu~ts, most of ~vhic~ are ready for heavy service, and 42 young fe~rrales carrying service of some of the outstanding bulls of America. Free catalog on re- quest. H0 M. ~eDonald, Secretaxy, NDAC Fargo, N. Dak. 1-4~c "CATERPILLAR" tractors can now be obtained without governmental releases. The Caterpillar Tractor Co. the OLDEST and LARG- EST builders of DIESEL MOTORS and EARTH- MOVING EQUIPMENT are now in production for civilian use a full line of:- AND We anticipate reasonable delivery on orders placed with 'us now. We, as your authorized "CATERPILLAR" DISTRI- BUTOR for this territory will be very glad to offer you. our assistance in making the right }91ection of equipment for the job you have to perform. Write or telephone. The Week Around Medora Donald Oarrotl of Minot, on leave from the Merchant Ma~ine, is a guest of ,his friends, Mr. and inson visitor iV~onday. Mrs. J. E. Harding this week. .Mr. and Mrs. WaRer Neuens took in the ca~tle sale tot the Dicl~inson Sales Ring last Monday Representatives from the state Examiner's office are checking officials a~ the Court House this ~L. (3. Brown, I~rold Dit~us and L. M. Barnhart took in a meeMng of S~andard Oil represent~gtives at Dickinson Tuesday evening. The local office of the Selective Service a,t tahe Court House will be open ne~t S~turday and S~nday, with Irma Mary Lebo, clerk of the Dickinson office, in charge, and will take care of registering all those who come during the two days. Jane Everetts and daughter, Oarlan, visited Mr. and Mrs. I-I~rry l~oberts Monday, returning to their home in Dickir~son ~ ever~ng. (Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tomazntnhel are visiting at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Tom- amlc"nel. Sonny Brown and Jiggs Connell, who have been working on a con- strucMon crew at New England were home last Sunclay. The Medora Homemakers' club was enterfmined on Wednesday of la~ week by Mrs. Lodema Myers. A~torney H. E. Honey of Belfleld transacted business at the Court House Wednesctay morning. Art Boyd arrived home Monday to spend a f~trlough vett~ his w~fe and children here. Andrew Bode, a ca~tle buyer, drove to the D. L. Ray ranch to look over Mr. Ray's cat/de with a view to buying them. Mrs. Emma Lawson ~coom~med Mr. and Mrs. Walter Christensen ~o Beach last week to visit 'her daugl~ter, Mrs. June Noyes. Among ~hose from Medora a - q~end~ng ~he Rodeo ~t the Van Horn Ranch last Sunday were J~hnny l~eilly, Selma Krueger, Mr. and Mrs. George Radloff, Mr. and Mrs. W. P. O'Conn~ll and son, Maurice, Kolbjorn Bye, Mrs Lodem~ Myers and son, Warren, Mr. and Mrs. W~lter Neuens, Prunes Everetts and Margaret Manion. A splendid s~ow is regorted wi~h plenty of touglh horses and steers. Mrs. Grace Stoebe and b~vby da~agh.ter accompanied My. and Mrs. l~rry Ro0ocrts to Beach last Sun- day where she is 'h~ving her li.~tle girl innoculated. Mr. and Mrs. D. L. Ray were business visitors in Dickinson last Monday. Mrs. W~ter Runestrand and dough'tar Paula, and Mrs. Rune- strand, ~r m~er of Walter Rune- strand, arrived by car from Fargo Monday. J. F. Tester and John Godfrey hu~ted in the Fairfield cMs~ot last sunday and broug~ home a bag limit of grouse and a number of pheasants. Guests at fhe J. E. Harding home last Saturday were Dr. and Mrs. L. O. Jacohson of Chtca~, Ill v~o left for home Tuesday. The Hardings and Jacobsons drove to Dickinson Sunday. The BiRtngs Oour~ty Wetfare Board held thedr monthly session t the Cour~ House 2~uesday fore- noon wii~ W. S. Stutsman, Ex- ecutive Secretary in attendance. Steve Chase w~s fortunate enough to trap an e~ceedingly large lynx ca~ at the CuSter Trail Ran~ last week after the animal had d~po~ed of a choice turkey Steve had Just br~ugl~t home and then finished off with a bunch of Stove's chickens. Arising at 4:30 Sunday morning, Paul W. Lebo and sons, Paul Alan and Pierre, and /~llen Anderson drove to the N~nnan Hanson fame north of Be~ield to start the hur~t- ing sea~on. Birds were n~t too plent~ul, but they brought back nine pheasar~ and two grouse, and want to acknowledge meeting with the finest kind of hospitality ac- by the residents of ~striot. The D. L. l~ay; W. J. Ray and L. M. Barr~tar~ fam~ies took in the Van Horn 1R~cleo l~st Sund~ty ~ff.rs. Lena I-~lliclay, who has been acting as c~of ~ the Roosevelt Park Ca~e, termina~d her duties and returned to her home ~t Bel- field on No. 4 last Monday. Phyllis Gray, now holding down third trick at Beach, got off 1~, 4 last Monday and spent the day v~tting at the Steve K ussy home. SIDNEY, MONTANA ( ~*ostnmster J. J. E~ton returned TELEPHONE NO. 3 last Saturd~ty from the May~ Hos- " ERPILLAR" DISTRIBUTORS FOR EASTERN MONTAN/k AND ( pRal a~ Rochester, Minn where he underwent an operation some CAT . WESTERN NORTH DAKOTA. ( time ago. He is improved but says ~, to v~atch his pep a l~ttle later. ] wlt~a which he is emlxloyed. Miss Inez Ruf and Joan Whl~e were Dickinson visi:~rs and shop- Miss Helen Arnold. second trick pars Mond'ay. operator wt Medora. w-~s a Dick- The Board of County C~- sioners and Acting State's A torney, H. A. Mackoff, ~tended a morbidly me~ting of the Board of Com ~n~s- signers Tuesday. Former Cour~y C~mmi~vner, James l~alaniuk, who has jus~ been disch~r~ed from the Army took his old pla~e on the Claxice ~ nd erson accom~nied Mr. and Mrs. N~arvin Ingn~n last Thursday vo their new home in Minnesota. Mrs. N. D. Nichols drove Mrs. J~)hn Hinkel and Mrs. Lena Hal- liday to Dickin~son to shop Frtldey of last week. Gunner's M~%e Andrew Ma~hson of Hallid~y passed through Medora last Friday enrot~te ~o his home to spend a 20-d~ty furlough, fo]~w-I ing which he expects to be Ois-I charged from ~the Navy. 'Mr. and Mrs. Richard AndersonI drove to the Carl Ruf ranch l~st[ Sund~y morning. Peggy War~s wen*t wi~h them and on their re- turn, they were accompanied by Inez Ruf. Dick did considero~ble hnn~ng vthlle there but says %he birds were too wild for l~m. Oorpoml Lloyd Roberts ha~ re- ceived his discharge Irom ,the Army and returned ,home ,Monday, look- ing h~tle and h~sa-~ty. E. J. Van Doren visited at his home here ~ Friday, returning t~t evening to the e~tra gong I E. M. Otto. rancher from the south coun,~ry was shaking hands w~th friends in town Monday fore- noon. Miss Margaret Hartman, who is now residing in Washing%on, was in town last Monctay tarnsaoting business in connection with ~e estate of her brother, Bill Haft- man. She shipped her deceased brother's cavble l~t Friday and is preparing to close the estate. Mr. and Mrs. Tip Van Horn were renewing old acqu'alr~bance in own the first Of the week. Mr. and Mrs. L. (3. Brown have jus~ received a le~er from Mrs. Brown's nephew, Norman Tennis on, former deputy cour~ty a~ditor of BilIings County. Nomrmn announces t~h~t he had been promoted to Electzicion's M~te l-c and is ~board the U. S. S. Ulysses which was a~t Okinawa st the time he wrote. Later advice was received that he is in Tokyo. ~ill Murphy, representative of ~he Tra(~gor and Equipment Com- pany of Sidney, Mon~ stopped off in Medora to see friends Tuesday afternoon. ~verett H. Rc~berts made a hur- ried trip to town Wednesday morn- ing to a~tach a tag to a can of cream w~nich they had overlooked. ~V~rs. W. O. Oh~Isterasen and Mrs. Paul W. Le~ drove to Dickinson on business Wednesday forenoon. Ch~Ick R~t~bun had t~e m ~or- tune to have the ends o~ tl~ree of his fingers cut off s~ the V~n Horn Rodeo last Saturday. There', usually a fa, ori dress in every woman' dolt -one that makes her feel she's looking her best! if that's the kind you want we know you'll find it here in this group. Rayon crepes in black and colors and tail. .red dresses in one and two- piece styles in wool-and. rayon and rayon gabardines. Others at $10.90 A dt~rft$.~| From where I sit doe Marsh Americans have a word for it Bill Larkin's boy, who's back from overseas for good, was tell- ing us about the funny customs and the different languages of European countries. One thing he noticed is that in so many of those countries there is no word for "home." "House," yes or "building." But no name that stands for what we mean when we say honda. "In spite of the fact," says Bill, "that it's the most impor- tant thing there is a place where you can take your shoes off ahd let down your hair enjoy a glass of beer before the fire and relax with folks you love!" @ From where I sit, that may be an important difference between this cougttry and some others. The conception.of home as a place of tolerance and sacred loy. alties--where differences of hab- it and opinion give way before love and understanding,* Yes, we Americans have a name for ltl I I J Copyright, 1945, United State~ Bre, w~r~ Faundatio~