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BILLINGS COUNTY PIOIqEER. MEDOR&. N. DAK. THURSDAY, OCTOBER 13,1960 1111111111111111111t11111111111111111111111111111111, h lllhhdlhl lht!ll f. ,!, dh h J II!h. hhlhtdl!!!!ll at ROUNDUP CALF & FEEDER SALE Dickinson- Saturday, October 15th 1500 Top notch feeder calves and yearlings. This is*a well advertised sale open to all consignors. STOCK COW SALES Dickinson- Thursday, October 13th There will be one herd of 270 cows, ages 3 to 7 years old. This is a good producing herd of mostly Bangs Vaccinates. The calves will also sell. Jl J m q m m m m m mt m u n Miles City- Friday, r October 14th 1000 COWS-- 600 HEAD FROM ONE HERD REGISTERED POLLED HEREFORDS m m h m OTERS OF COUNTY 39th For: For: ' ; " State Re Lawrence,= Bowman Vote for all 3 Bill O'Connell Adin Miller ON THE REPUBLICAN TICKET ,Sponsored by the LRepu~blican Party of Bil]ings Co Floyd Oyhus, (ahairman) Dickinson- Thursday, October 27th- 1 p.m. Frank Kubik jr. will sell 25 head of cows, heifers and i --=-/ Fryb Ne calves. A good oppo.rtu.nity to.buy quality, size, bone The urg (~s .theYof electricity.rare now enjoying the use and ruggedness. Thin ]s the right time to buy those [ Mr. and IMrs. Raymond Evoniuk feeder calves. The right place to buy & sell ]s at the Mrs. Cha.rles Campbel~ wil,1 be mistry and botany. T(he ~aas~ suTn- of Newell, S. D. visited at the --- ,hostess for the Oct meeting of mer he was emotoyed by the Mac Olson home ,over the week- ~i ~he Stitch and Chatter Clulb at Bureau of Sport ,FiSheries and end. They were dinner guests her home "Dhurs. p.m. Oct. 20. Wild.life Service working out of at the ~home of Mr. and (Mrs. Sam SCHNELL ~, ~Mrs, l~hilTussand ba, byRobin Reno, Nov on preSator and re. Ev,onit~k home on Sunday. ,have returned to their home at dent control---a most interesting L~oyd ~R~)se, a ~/'ormer Fvyburg ~ Fort Peck after spending several phase o~ his training, demanding schoo,1 st~pt, graduated Aug. 12 from the Northern State Teach- ---- days at the Verne King home. living in a ~'nost primitive way. er's Col~lege a! AJberdeen, S. D. Miles CRy, Montana Dickinson, N. Dak. ~Mr. and Mrs. ,Me,~:vin Smith His you,~ger *brother Jack has TUESDAY, THURSDAY ~.~ of Isl.e, ~M'm,n. visited at the home entered the Bottia~eau S~h~l of wiVh a master s degree. He has of. Melvi,n s .mother, Mrs. SteMa Forestry and pla~ to specialize been supt. at Dunn Center for the llllllliillllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!!tlltillllllillll They also attended the in some departmerut of wildlife past 5 years and will have a sim- Ililliltllillilliliiit; lilllihltlililililllliillitl!lllllill!!!!!!!!llhllt![lt coHege ~omecoming at Dickinson or ~forestry service. He was a ilar position at Bainville, Mont. on Sat. ~here t`hey met {riends, 1960 gra4'uate of the Bel~ield Lowell ~fel~nacher, recently - Mr. and M,rs. Larringtcm from high school. ~-~ separated ~rom ,the Marines it- S. ,D. Prior to coming to Belfield Mrs. C. E. Bred?ourg was ~ost- tended homecoming at James- they visited Mr. and Mrs. Mar- ess for the Stitch and "(~atter town col~,ege over the wweekend. vin Smith in Miles City. Club at her ~home in Sept. 8 Mrs. 'Sy~bil Oyhus left Friday Einar Johnson who was era- mem~bers were present. Da'i~ty a.m. for Fargo ~,here she ,boarded plane ~or Maryland, where VOTE P~ yed as Ranger in the Park refre~hments were served at t(he s~he wiH v~sit her s n Tecl and ~or Vh. summer has returned to ciose o t, he p.m. ~amily. ,his schoolduties at Missou,la. ~VIr. and Mrs. Verne .King, (Mrs. Mon~. Phi.~ Tuss and Robin vmited tMr.~. L~ITS. Tony Wanner entemai,ned Jennie Milsten and Mr. and Mrs. tq~e Merry Mrs. Homemakers at Art Anderson last Sunday p.m. the Sept. meeting. .Miss Verna Thomloson, daugh- I~hili,o Havnvi.k has returned ter of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon for ,his" Senior year at t`he U. of "l~hompson is attending James- : " .Uta~ at ff~gan after spending town college. Rose Ellen Kantian- STATE SENATOR 39th District days ~ the home of his par-owy, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. Annual eats, bLr. and Mrs. L. O. Havn,vik. Win. Kovdonowy is attending Golden alley Billings Slope, Began counties is majoring in wildlife Dickinson College. Lee Ta~lldng- Smorgasbord management with minors in che- ~on is at Dickinson and Ernest ,: ~ *) ~- . - -- ,~ KI~ ~as~are~urned to~ Dickinson for (his senior year. ,Mrs. Ray Bowen ,had the f~l-WED OCT*. 19th I ],o~'~g g~ests at dhmer 'las~ Lives Are in Your Hands Wednesday--,Mrs. Addle Ander Servin~ from 5 to 8 at the Will stand for level and conservative state son and Mrs. Ida Rasmuszen of Medora and Mrs. Helen Bishop gelfield Mere. Hall $ t-overnment Vote ogoimt and Mrs~ Edit~h Clark of Belfield. "l-`he l{ev, Robert Conl~lin made' ROAST TURKEY. repeal of safety laws pastoral calls in this area Friday.' BAKED HKM. Will on a]] le gislation up on it s merit f or ~rs. Ste,lla ,Smith is returning SWEDISH MEATBALLS, vote s, Miles City to continue witch salad~, and a large variety of better j dgme d is dental workspen,t~begun 'last week ADULTsN rwegian$1.25 ~ ioPaStries'12 a ainst, as mv u nt a v es me, w~en she a few *days at or yeats 75c the ~ome of ,her son Ma,rvin. dl f p rty frill ti witl~T~heholdSelffieldits ann, ualLUtheransmorgas3~ordClb~urch Sponsored by lhe re ar ess o a a a on. on Wed, Oct. 19 in the Mem. gelfield VOTE and SUPPORT HaM i+l ,Belfield. Servin, g.wi.tl be- gin at 5 p.m. Every one is Cbr'd- (Pal. adv. ordered and paid for by Jack Ballard) ally invited to attend, t umeran'-" The RIgA ,has .been eXtended to ~~ ~. ,~,a oa,a ~or ~,~ me N. O. Rall Road the Lloyd Li, ndbo,ran~ and --~- ', Sa[etY Council, Alton Schuette, B|smarck, I Names to Remember IF YOU LIVE IN WESTERN" N. D. in November HJALMAR C. VOTE FOR & SUPPORT M. Matt Tescher . for U. S. REPRESENTATIVE Vote for Xi,lmr Nyga,rcl for U. $. For Representative Representative in Congress . back his' 7-po|M farm program 1o hetp imp1| farmers move ahead. On The Democratic Ticket " DON L. In the Coming Election for U. $. REPRESENTATIVE Pal. adv. lxl. ~or by M C. "'Matt" Tescher Vote to re-elect Don Shorl for U. 5, ReprelentaHve in Congress an abe, farm-mlnded legislator who*e "" FkoRe "The small town irt North Dakota must leadership in Washington is lmpor- Dahi sees new ,~, not pass out of the picture, s ys C.P. tant d'ur|i~g the critical limes ahead. for small towns Da,Republican candidate tot governor. L. SHORT 'q'he strength of our state depends upon the economic stability and growth ORVi LLE of our smaller communities." Dahl is visiting hundreds of North Dakota communities this fall talkin to farmers, salaried people, merchants, business and professional people, to near first-hand how North Dakotans feel on vital economic issues. Being from Cooperstown, "C. P," is ffamiliar with the complex problems that confront for LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR many North Dakota communities. Ill t) It As governor of state of North Dakota, DaM stated, one. of m.y. first Vol, for 0trill, Hag for tl,uten- concerns,would be the development of plans-- agricultural ann mausmat--: trot. Governor " hls legltlallv. which #re me community new opportunity tot permanencY ann L ~"C* hat glvon him a broad h'i~nderdandlng t~ governm,ntal ad- growth. 'i~= " ' . ~ "~ ~btbtm~m and operollom, o: ORVlttl HAGEN i~elltlcei ildveffllemenl iq~mltor~ ~ Ndd f~r IIV NIWlll-,~eta Repvbllcen p~ly~ ~ ~ Exiicutlve Dlrl~ltelr ~.~ ,~, *