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THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER THURSDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1945 PAGE EIGHT ~'~ ] 1 Ill - I Mr. and Mrs. Roy Gethznann his family are visiting at the home The Week Around MedoraAh A . er ccn. n us ~C~1001 i~0[eS l were Sunday guests a,t Bertram of his parents and other relatives. AtDi~l~l ~Vll heldThe teachers' meeting which ~a's! J~hT~a'therat Medora on Monday and~ 1)he past week. WaS Their home is in I.os Angeles, C~L Vernon Thomp~n, former Cour~y Alice Helen Detm took the buskJ lca|~ ~r~ll~gt,Pfc. samuel Ewoniuk, son of . fa, vorable for thr~hmg. Several John N. Ewoniuk, who spent a 30- Agent for Billings county, was look- I to Dickinson last Friday night to ing after business interests in! visit and crone home with her On Thur~:~y, Oct. 18, the NorthI Tuesday was veI y well a~ten?ed. All rigs finished operations Saturday. day furlough here, has left for Medz)ra on Thursday of last week. sighers, Irn~a Mary and Joan Lobe.D~kota Abe:dean-Angus i . I~ne~ hope ior co~unuea sunny the west coast. Breeder,s~.teacners were presen~ wnn ~ne ex- caption oI ~wo. ~up~. Adamson ei~ weather Joyce O'Brien, who now resides Mr. and Mrs. eden J~hnson and1 The Congreg,atio~al Sund~y Associa'ion will hold its annual Will Cook of Grassy Bt~tte were lschoo1 of Medora re-opened las~ Fall Sinew hnd Sale at I~ickinson. IC~lden VMley County, Pauline Ruth Linse~h and Eleanor John- in California, is spending her vaca- This is t~m first consiglunent salei Sy~mnow, a student a,t :t~e College, son assisted Mrs. Stephen Palaniuk tion at the home of her paren~ in Vown Monday to get a trailer ~ sunday, but a%ten~tance was not of Aberdeen-Angus cattle in thisi and ~axme w~g, an .mgnvn. g mae Saturday with cooking for threshers Mr. and Mrs. Jack O'Brien, Fair- which they bought from HaroldI very high. It will be held regular- student of Rocky Ridge and Mrs. ~t the T N Voster home field. She is also visiting other I)t~us. Inciden~aNy, they were i ly every Sunclay hereafter, at 2:00 scot,on of the country and accord-1 guests for dinner at the.John God- 't o'clock, ing to M. H. McDonald, secretary I McOutchanDemonsrX~ions ~ MedOVawereWere.g~venV~S~tO .rS.~m AleX.n Dinsdale, DickinsOn,v was a Betfield.relatives and friends in and around Reading Phonics Science and dee- ~ fray home. ] and sales manager tt is betieved~ btts~ ass caller here Sunda . i .lit. Jmnes (Bud) Ray and wife that it will attract livestock! ' ' i~ogo~y ~mv ~u,~y evemng, rne Pfc. William StuBs arrived home breeders from many Northwest~ gr~y by Chas. Johnson of. th.elirttruders, before leavirtg in the wee last week. He has recently been I)~S.T.C. The new Lmurse oI t~u~y~ hours of Monday morn wished discharggd . Pfc. Stnkss served in The Kessel Br~hens, Bob Myers~ and son spe~t last ~turdzy and sta/~es, l was qutte caxefully studied and ~ ~ ' - and H. H. Armstrong shipped ca -I Sun~tay visFaing here. ~ey re- ]~, ma~y ~ppy rwurns oi vne the European theatre of w~r and fie out o~ Medora Tuesday. turned to Bisnmrck Sunday a~ter- Never has there been a bettert outlined. day. was wounded in France. We under- tt ~--' noon from whence Lt. Ray goes opportunity to secure Aberdeen-' M~r. Curtiss upon his return fromI Mrs. Ray Gethnmnn is announc- stand he and Mrs. Stu~s will ~on- uvir. ana mrs. riarom D~ us n~t,~ ~,+h r~.~.~ ~^r^ ~e w^ ~o rck ~ ~ ~' ~,Angus foundation breeding stock sea, vice, veho was .formerly w~th theI ing the birth of her first nel~e~ tinue to rrtake Belfield their home. --.s n' --Gora n' arovei ~o ~a~re" g~ven ms ~e ~rccn me at auction in the Northwest. Many St~atp Plan setup is with the .H~tt at-her brother's home in Wilming- Mrs. Marks Oresz, Snow, is en- wednesday morn ng. Air Oorps "Puesclay. L~er he will of N~vth Dakotas outatanding Lunch and addressed the teacners ton Delaware All concerned doing Joying a visi, t from her mother, D. L. McLeod drove in ~rom the r~turn to Bismarck and enger the Aberdeen-~Angus ~reeders will pre- Tuesday nmrning. Six schools sign very nicely. The young man has Mrs. L~ughm'an, of Montana. Lnsurance office of Herb Hanson sent conSignmentS of high quality ed ~p for Hot Lurmh. "I~ey are: been nm'ned D~rld LaRdy. ranch Monday to meet Mrs, M]c- Leod who has .been vL~i~ng ut poin~ east. IJorren B~icour t and Gordon Hellickson are employed at che I:~tus &arage at present, them giving ~he motorist public an ample and ca~peble repair force. Joan W~te (nee Anderson) 10tt for ~e home of her husband at Carz0wrigt~t Wednesday afternoon ~or a visit. Mrs. W~]ter O. Christensen and children motored to Dickir~n last S~turday. ~ rs. Oarl B. Olsen and Mrs. Wl~bur Annear were shopping in town Tue~ay. Mrs. George R. Radloff was a I)icl~inson visitor Monday, return- ing home on bhe evening bus. ,among other shovpers and ~msacting 'business in Bel~eld l~st S@turday was L. G, Brown. Joe C. Sthmidt broug~ his daughter, Jof~hine, in Mond~ay morning to a, ttend the cour~ teachers'mee~ng Monday and Tuesday. ~oppers in to~rn Monday In- cluded Mrs. C. E. l%obePts and son, Lloyd. V~aRer O. Christensen, Farm Securicy Supervisor, isspending his ~aeation at Hallid~y. Mrs. Zel~u l~ong and t~vo other ceachers ~btending the teachers' meet~g were guests a~ the /.~rs ~am, lg home Monday and Tues- day. Mrs. J. J. Eaton went to Fargo last Frid~ty by car with her nio~, I~thleen Coa~tte for a visl with re}~tives. ~aul W. Lobe, Explosive IAcenslng Agorot for Billings Coun,ty, an- nounces tl~t the restriction on sale of explosives is still in effeot deeptte ramvrs to the contrary. Every pureh~ser must secure a license before he can get ex- plosives of any kind. Mr. and Mrs. Den Brandenberg and baby, and Mrs. Brander~berg~ brother and sister, now residing in Oa~ifornta, visited the J. J. Eaton home here while enroute to Fargo. Mrs. Brander~berg w41] be remora- bored as one of our former teach- ers, Lee AlbrechC Mr. and Mrs. John Godfrey, Mr. and Mrs. Lars Van~lg and J. P. Tester actended church services in Bel~leld last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Umbach and children drove to andRn last Sat- urday to visit relatives, returning home Sunday nigh~. ,Mr. and Mrs. Thorvald Vieland and daugl~er, Inex, Stopped ~t the Lars Vanvig home Thursday ~f last week while enroute to Dick-. Insert. Once more, following a long period during which no flag been displayed at the Courthottse, the ,Stars and Stripes appeared on the flag pole Wednes~iay morning. The flag pole received a coot of pain~ and a new halyaxd Monday at the hands of a travellin~ Steeple Jack and is much invProv- ed in appearance. Melford (Mu~s) Van- lg was in Monday and tells us, he is very busy hauling grain from the ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Steve Hlebi~huk, now residing i~ Bismarck, but formerly of Medora, were guests at .the ~ Va~ home one nigh~ week. John S~ruchy~ski and wife and Joe Kordonowy and wife called a~ the C~ur~house Monday w~en Mr. and Mrs, Struchynski sold their f~rm to Joe Kordonowy. his i~her-in-l~w, anin~ls of the m~t popular faro- llies of the breed. Included in the ~aul W, I~bo and sons, Pau offering ~lll be ~enty-slx bulls, Alan and Jerome, hunted in the most of w floh are ready for heavy nor~aeest corner of the cou~y service and ~b~ty-two young ]~t Sunday, bringing home five fen~les, ninny of whic~ carry .the vice pheasan@t. ~e local I~dies Aid held thei~ lug and were enteri~Ined by ~Mrs. E. K. Rus~h on Wednesday of lest week Mrs. Karold Di~tus acconvpanied Mr. and Mrs. John Ood~rey to ~on wedTlesday of ~last week. P~c. George Schwinct,formerly of Fry~rg, but ~h~e home is now s,t Bzker, Mont filed his honorable dlsch~vge with the Clc~k of Court here, termin~ting over thirty monies service in the Eurcpeen The@tre of Operations. Mr. and Mrs. Art Boyd and family were shopping in Dicklnosn Tuesday. J~ck Oonnell, north country ran~aer, took time of[ frmn his fall work to come ,to town to shop ~md visit friends and relatives on Monday afternoon. John Hinkel was a Dickinson ~r Tu~day, going down In ~he forenoon and returning on No. 3 tl~at a~ernoon. ~lly Thomas of Belfleld has ap- peared on the scene and an- Tuesday. nounces t2tat he is going to open the Hig~ C.~rade n~lne again this fall. Tl~at is good news ~o looal coal conmm~ers us it has been d~fflcult to have coal hauled in. Mr. and Mrs. Jack PeaCock were in ~ Monday w~th relatives and friend~. J~ck is s~ill in the ser- vice and is on furlough, fotlow- lug which he is to return to Ken- tuckT to he disch~,r~. ~rs. I.odem~ Myers m~de a bus- Iness trip to Dickinson one day week. Mrs. Evelyn Neuens and father- in-laav, Bill Neuens, drove to Dick- in.on Wednesday morning where they left the oar for an ove~mul Job. Fottowing his discharge from the Army after a long period of ser- vice in Engtand, L. Folv6n visited friends in Med~ra last week end and ~ ~t the Log C~bin ~ar while here. Z~rs. E, J. Van Doren shopped tn Dickinson bebwcen imsses last TueSdRy. Mr. and Mrs. J~n I~gly and d~ugl~ter, Shirley, and Mrs. Helge- son, all of derby-n, visited Nb'. and Mm. Richard Anderson last Sunday. ~rs. Emma L~wson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Gee. R. O~er~ottt to Beach last Saturdey where she visRed her daughter, Mrs. l%oy Noyes and took in ~he l~ll Fair and: lae~Iv~; The Senior Bridge Club played ~t the J. J. Eaton home on Thurs- day of lust week. High prize was won by Mrs. L. O. Brom-n and second by Ellen Oeterhout and low by Mrs. C. H. Umheck. ~ary Juntunen of Belfleld was in Medora lest Saturday and on her return home she took Mr. and. 5%rs. A~t Boyd and ohildren Imme w~h her and t, rea~ed them ~o su@~er at her pla~e, ~grs. Sidney Connell and her daUglvter were In town Monday and visited:M1", and Mrs. Art Boyd. Guests at a dinner ~ Sunday at the W. P. Connell h~ne ranch were M~. and M2s. Don Ray. ~-~an W.'~urk, son of Pet~ our '. af :FaUNal has received his from the -Armed I ovces"Rnd town to record hl~ disc~ Tuesday. A delicious fried chicken dinner, "l~hei'~ '~gs C~ty .~eie~tlve Wire the trimmings, was served Ber~i~'~oerd we!'ecv, lled, to hold at~nding teachers at ~21e meeting a :me~; la~, S~tt~i even~ Monday, by Mrs. I~ars Vaxtvig. by L~ ~ry Le~, '0~e~k of the vs. w. J. Ray and [ only members. V 'glnla, and gmnddm ghter, Ann Z. Bof6tml.t Kasper Armbru Barger, motored to Dickinson on re~orf~cl, so the meeting wea called to he"held Wednesday evening of (:;ailed to Medora to meet with Red Cross official, Oeorge Arm- bruSt was a supper guest a~ the Paul W. Lebo home Tuesd~ty. th~ ~e~. E~tahner (Chink) Rider is bulld- hlg ahesement under the house he recently purchased sou~ of ~e ~"eok here, and expects .to add an addition to the house. ~ill O~-'onnell transacted busi- n~ In Dickinson on Wednesday of la~ week. service of some o! the out, stand- ing bulls of America. Judging will start at 9:30 A. M by M. L. Buchanan. professor ot animal hushendry of the NTtA~ at Mr. and Mrs. 1~ax Steele of Olendlve motored to Me~ and visited ~er~ha Nichols and the Harry Roberts family last Stm- d~y. Medore, l~ryburg, Pal~nuk School, District; Ollenyk School, Green River District; Joint School and Snow SChool Indian ~prings Distriot. This is available to all schools. If parents or school Boards are i~terested see your teachers. County Superine~nder~ ,~ the-sta~e recommend ~t. Mr. Morrison, representing the N2g.A. ,and N~D.E.A ge~e a very ete Kanski, Snow. who has been very ~11 at St. Joseph's hospital, Dickinson, is recovering very nicely and has returned to his home. His three sisters from W~shington call- here by his illness are returning to their homes today. S-Sgt. Ben Yourk, son of Mr. Ed Scl~neling and daughter were callers ~t the Joe Fritz home on Monday. (Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Fritz and doyle were Sunday guest~ at the Ed Sc~mteling h~.e 'a~; l~alrficld. They ~ attended' the movie 'q~atl the Conquerin~ Hero" a~ Belfleld In the evening. Rodakow~ki was again taken to Dickinson for medical a~tention on Monday. N~r. Rodakowskl h~ been ill for some time. cen fr~n a ~ear ago. the Chateau staXting dUO with Mr. The export allocation [or librated Boicourt and ending up in the areas and paying governments is hunting room wibh the care~tker, 9,9 per cent, down about i0 per I-~axry P,x~bers and stopping at the cent, and U. S. territories axe d,ae ohecking station with Granddad to Civilian Quota Of Meat Increased ~ore beef in the rrmrket place should reduce the "beefs" a, beut the me~t s~ttm~tion. The civilian meat allocation for the fourth quarter of 194~ is nearly 30 per cent above the third qtmxter allocation and safftcier~t to peru~lt per oapiba meat consun~tlon ~vt ~he rate of nearly 148 pounds a year. This rate of meat consumption is about the same as the average for 1944 but 22 pounds more thau the average for the prewar years of 1935-39. Only 12 per cen~ of the total meat will go to military needs during the quarter which ls reduction of more than 50 per to get one-half of one per cent. CiviUan~ will have the rests77.4 per cent. Church N ices THE CONGREGATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES REV. JOHN ROBERTS, Pastor Rally Day Sunday October M MEDOI~A UN~N: Rally Day Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. ~orship service at 3:00 p. m. Ootober 14th ds our ,'l~ally Day," the call is fur .all to attend church. The Southwestern aSsocia~;lon meetings wlM be held at Dickinson on IM~onday and Tuesday, Oct. 15 and 16. First session at 1:30 p. m. on lk{onday. There will be two special speakers from out of state present with our officers and min- is%era. Rifle Shoot There will be a Rifle shoot at ~2"te P, J. Loffehuacher farm on Sun~y, Oct. 14, beginning at 1:00 p, m. The A.r~ny qtmlifl~ttion course will be fired wi 2~ 22 calibre rifles. Amsan~nltion for the Shooting course will be lhrnished by ~e clu~b. E~tra rifles wl~l be a~ail- ~ble. Anyone Interested is i,n~ted to $~ttend. purchase fee books and cards. Oranddad greeted the teaohers with his usual enthusiasm ~nd and smile. All repo~ted a good time. 'I wish to thank the i~o local be~chers, those cooperating in hous- i'ng and feeding the chll~en who .participated in the denmns%ratlons and any one else w~o he}pod make our institute a success. The State Conver~tion will be held at BiSmarck dot. 24-25-26, all teach- em are Invited to attend and School Boards are urged to give tea~ers permission to attend 'with pay. A splendid prograzn is planned. M, BROWN The infant daughter of Mr. and ~.rs. Cliff Wagner is very ill wtth pneumonia at the Beach hosp~tS/. A free Imm~mi~%ion Clinic will be held at Pioneer School No. i ]~'iduy, O~L l~h from 2 o'clock p: m.to 4 o'clock p. m We ~rust many parents will find i~ possible to take advantage of the free clinic fur their children. All teachers in ,the Oorimm vicinity left Sund~ay evening and Monday to ~tend the two-4ay in- Stttu~e at Medora. Friends of J. Harold Johv=son may be in, crested to knuw theft the hospital unit he is stationed wR3a entered Tokyo Bay Sept. l~h. ,Nelgl~bors enjoyed a very pleasur- able birthday party at the Jo~n REGIST-I gED 26 Bulls, most of wldeh are ready for heavy serviee, and 42 Young F.~males, many of whieh carry the serviee of the out- standing Aberdeen-Angus bulls of America, will be sold at auetion. Never before has there been such an opportunity in this area to seeure high quality Angus breeding stock. Every llvestoek breeder should plan to attend. Sponsored By The NORTK DAKOTA ABERDEEN-ANGUS BREEDER'S ASSOCIATION AND THE DICKINSON CHAMBV.R OF COMMERCE Write for Catalog M. H. McDonald, Sales Manager, Fargo, N. D. on U. S. l's and $4.25 on U. S. No, side near Gorham. 2~s are assured through g~vernment Frank Hooker, son of Mr. and agreements with dealers and thru Mrs. IAber Hocker, Fairfield, and purchase programs. Beach, North Dakota NEW PACE ~-oz. TIMELY-EXTRA CANS STANDARD 3 PEAS ,oo 24 CANS '2.25 KERNEL~ I2"OZ" 27CORN ~ CANS PRENCHsTYLE JARQT" ~ DEPENDON 3-LB. l-LB. BAG ~1v BAG I -LL JAil OR REGULAR PKG. e@s@o@@@@@@@@e@@@@@@@@@@@@@@@o@@@@o@@@ RED OWL FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES----- LBS. TOKAY--FLAMING RED PORTO RICAN LBS. ! CALIFORNIA- VALENCI DOZ. ]NEW MICHIGAN FRESH-CRISP EACH SOLID HEADS HOME GROWN LB. BOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOSOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO060 APRICOT 5t -LB. LADY'S CHOICE jAR BRAND FRESH ROASTED O0@40000SOOOOOOOOOOO@@OOO@O@@OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO@ LARGE AND JUICY SERVE MTH-SAUER KRAUT LB. WITH 14-OZ. ONIONS JAR SPICED 14-OZ. 4 BONELESS JAR BONE- LB. LESS NOW MORE THAN EVER TUNN IN ALL YOUR WASTE FATS. YOU WILL BE PAID 4* PER POUND PLUS 4 RED POINTS. Oarage, Dicklmson, and the Dick- inson Cl~a~ber of Commerce. The sale will be~In ~ 1:00 P, M. wi,th H. B. t~ger, Bozeman, Mont and Ray Schnetl, Dickinson. auction- eel's. place of Supt. Thompson with his messag~ from the Dtate Departmer~t and also covered high spots of the Course of Study. Young Citizens League was dis- cussed entries from county exhtbi~ will be sen~ to C~rand Forks for the State Fair should it be held this year, .M~ny he~ps and aids in teaching and sea~ work were distributed. The meeting would not be com- plete without an oa~ get-together so Mr. and Mrs. Lers Vanvtg came to the rescue and actor as l~te plan- ning 6:30 p. m Sunday came forth with a wonderful fried chlcl~en din- ner with all its trimmings, and pumpkin and peach pie served in the Kitchen ~t the school. M~any ~hanks to the Vanvigs, the ~eachers enjoyed the meals and certainly ~precia~ted them. M~nday atternoon after a full day absorbing knowledge many of the teachers made a trip through Fargo. Special cash awards of $100 fine explanation of the lq~ional eazh will be given for the &rand and State Education Asso~lwtion, and Mrs. Pete Yourk, Fairfield, Oh~2v~piorus~p Bull and the (}rand and several teachers hove alrea~ has r~urned to the States. S@t. PEAS OFF LOAN LIST Chan~ionsh, ip female by Mann's joined We hope Billings County Yourk s~w service in I-~a~ail as .Loans will not be av~i~ble on w~11 be 100% beth state and ha- well as in France, Germany and 1945 crop dry edible peas, but su~- tional. Mr, Nordum. representing A~stria wtth the Rainbow division, port prices of $4.50 per hundrefl the Staate Dapartrnent, came in HIS wi~e and t'wln daughters re-