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THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1957 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. I, I I ln"'e vvK'ee" unaro--" JvJ aora'e ---  wnto: a are on the way business trip :Monday. She ex-MAKE $75 UP WEEKLY--Full Guesis In Belfield- *,to Fa. pects to return to Medora on ,::r part t!me. Take orders fay Mrs. Retie Ristuben and Mrs. ! Mrs. Addle Anderson went to Thursday and will be here for Ameriea' iarst 1..2 1:.- Mabel Davis were Hues,is at the Milford Vanvig who was a with her sister Mrs. Anna Kunk- ?:cw England N. D. on Sunday several weeks before returning quid fertilizer. Used by farm-Art Anderson home in Belfield patient at the Beach hospital el. it,.) visit her son Allen Anderson l to her home. , ers since 1946. Li,:beral profits, this past weekend. They also where he had surgery for store- Mrs liehard Anderson enter- and family, she returned home! Among those working at the No investment. Write "'Na- visited other friends there. aoh ulcers returned home on ed St Joseph's hospital on Man. on Tuesday evening, iLuth, church basement on Tues. Churs" Plant Food Co., 435; Thursday o.f last week. ,He is for a cheektp and treatment. Cimrad Zieger ('Dutch) wasiere ,Mr. and :Mrs. Sidney Con- :Monroe St., :Marion, Ohio. ! Advertise In the :Jnas well on the road to recovery H H lobeVts .left :Meaora on !taken to .the Vets hospital in nell. , 6-3tc * County Pioneer: ;,2, :,,,,t,a f,r 'arm,' h !Miles City for treatment, on Sat. t Sgt. Walter Wcylf who has been but will have to take things a litt'le easy for awhile. Lester drove as far as Dickinson. and:evening Sac .Hld and tlYnil.es  attending a training school at Smidt from Powers Lake is tak- ffrom there took the train. He 'Barnhart made the trip to 'Miles LFort Belvoir, .Virginia returned City wi,th him and they reporL to Medora on Sunday. t ing care of the Vanvig ranch expects to return home on Fri. that Dutch is very ill. I Mrs. Will Howard from ob-t until :Mugs recovers. .and Mrs. Roberts wh'o has been Dinner gues.s at the L. G. staying at t,h.e home of her son, Mrs. W. J. Ray was taken to errs, [Mont. arrived in Medora Browns on Sunday were .Mr. and Warren while recuperating from St. Joseph's hospital in Dickin-]on Tuesday to visit Mrs. Addle Mrs. Are'hie Nesbitt Srom Ta- surgery ill return with him. son on Thursday of last week Anderson. coma, Wn. and :Mr. a.nd Mrs. A1- Visitors at the Lars Vanvi for treatment following a stroke [Mr. and Mrs. E. I. ,Lee ,from in.. h,r eve .O_n Tuesday roGuing ',the Prairie tudio of Valley City fred Schwartz of ]?,el'field. 'this week were Mr. and Mrs. M. Ray took her to St. JOhn's called on the L. G. Browns on Mrs. Clara Heidreich came ,Bill Federiek and sons foger hospltal in Fargo for surgery, business on Tuesday. down from Bismarck on Friday and Terry, from Maxim, Sask., . ............ .^., Guests at dinner at the John evening to spend the weekend Canada and Mrs. Vanvigs broth- Mr. an mrs. avtlles zarm,CL , Godfreys on Sunday were Mr - er-in-law :Mr. Iver Lindskog and drove to Sand Parent, Idaho to " LTI .......... 1" "' ^ horses :o and (Mrs. George Charehenko ,i NG AR[-EY Charles Lindskog from Neptune, b--, = ,-,, ..... 'and children Canada. They arrived on Sunday Hettinger for John Nunn. I rn " . Ve e Anderson and Joe Hild evening and on Tuesday they Mr. and Mrs. "Alvin Petersie br ...... |$ VItOI tO tW du*$try . ......... t ougm cae to Medora o be all went to Diekin.son to shop. tram t)eer Loage, MonL ...... anct w- s .arppeu ........... o marKe tins week "ghey left on Wednesday tc Peterslie from bent(net gutte Co - t - " Since 1934 the brewing industry has purchased 1 billion " . up. ousseau spen,t a morning to return home and on called on the ':Milford Vanvigs few days of last week at St. bushels of barley and malt products from the nation's the way will visit at the Thor- n Saturday. Josep'h's hospital in Dickinson, farmersincreasing farm income and buying power by vald Vielands in Beach. Mr. and :Mrs. Wm. Smidt from ,bu, t i,s back on the jab again millions of extra dollars. Much of the premium malting leach shoppers on Salt. were Powers Lake came to Medora this week. barley--now most in demand--is grown in North Dakota. Mrs. NormaBird, Mrs. Lars Van- n Saturday and went out to Brian and ,h, r; ........ ' I  Bo ........ w- The 1956 crop was more than 71 million bushels, of which rig and Irs. [Mary Gilham, at- the Vanvig ranch to do omelSun. visiting their Grandma Jo ter the shopping trp (hey had hunting, the Vanvig boys went I in Medora. the biggest percentage was premium grade--again making coffee at the Thorvald Vielands. ,to the ranch with Inhere. Mrs. Ethel Annear was an or- North Dakota Number 1 in the nation as a supplier to the A card from the J. E. Hard- Mrs. Antoinette Faaberg from lernight guest at the home of brewing industry.., again enriching North Dakota farmers lugs, former Yledora residents, i Portland, Oregon Who has been I Jo ttousseau on Man. night of with millions of dollars in additional spendable income. .tells us hat they have closed iv(siting at the Thomas Olses last week. heir ghop at Jackson Hole for,went to Terry. Montana on a  What Other Farm Crops Go ..... RESPONSIBLE PERSON  Male Into a GOOD Glass o| Beer? --,--,-_ ...... or emale, from this area, wanted o service and collect "When you think of beer--refreshing, good-tasting, from automativ vending ma- the beverage of moderation--think also of its lllffillllltltllllllllNIlli NIlllNN,N!  chines. :No sel'ling. Age not es- economic importance to the nation and to the. sential. (Jar, references, and Dakotas, through the brewing industry's increasing $600 working capital neces- purchases of $arley, con, wheat, rice, hops, and sary. 7 to 12 hours weekly other [arm products. SUNDAY & MONDAY iitytfl$12tih0mmntrhklY'F:;slsi: ; ; cal interview give full part(- 1 ,,,J o,,.omotW,;,,, T]I[ , culars, lhone Write P O box |  U.$. BNEWEI$ FOUNDAVIONt |. /  STRANfX, ST  7004, Mpi's. 11, g,Iinn. " 6_lp, i  -- A,.r..u....,, ..,.. | i "'" SCHNELL'S 20th ANNIVERSARY SALE BI we have enjoyed rom our many consignors dun.ng t D0 /  To show our apprecmtmn for the splendid business , the past 20 years we are inviting them all to partlc- .]BILWL[$, = /i pati in $1700 in cash prizes plus trophies t be given lat this sale. Our ][  away most dependable buyers of the O.K.C01: pa 20 years have been notified and will be here. ___-:--0o=;,..- 2 DAY REGULAR SALE & CARLOT SALE @  THURSDAY `& FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14-15 l " ' ' CALF SHOI AND SALE ] 4b Judging 9:00 a.m. Sale 11:00 a.m, y t{b Show calves must be in the yards by 9:00 a.m. 1 - ' Calves may be consigned for sale only NOVEMBER 16 your class taking all honors in this Dee Dee Deb coot o elegant ,o'0%of*t,toTw STWUo. f o '"ho 3 Breed Classes Judge: Emil Rezac - Tabor, S. D. look like pockets but aren't ,,o ,on 0 o, ,o:,. o HEREFORD ANGUS SHORTHORN the eye to the buttoned belt in  " ack. Velvet lines the rounded; ,ff i'tt0LgL$1NE'ENIEtl}FR';tZ'R[IASIh collar and make-believe pocket STEERS & HEIFERS SEPARATE A UNIVERAL.INTEffNATIONAL PICTURE flops. Choose from BLUE, PINK, NATURAL. $1Z$ 8 to i Carlots 25 head or more Ist $I00.00 2nd $50.00 FRIDAY - SATURDAY ' $34.50 Pen of 10 of more 1st $ 50.00 2rid $25.00 lii LIVESTOCK AUC00FION MARKET i!i= A T T E N T I 0 DICKINSON, NORTH DAKOTA ... RANCHERS & FEEDERS --DON'T FORGET T]bJ[] WILLARD SCHNELL'S 1st ANNUAL .... We have prices for Fall & itter REGISTERED QUARTER HORSE SALE delive  of Nixon feeds. Stop in & Saturday, November 9 - 10:00 a.m. - 40 Head contract your feed needs now. o. Registered Hereford Production Sale "" H A ( D E N r R U C K I N G 47 Good Rugged Bulls--25 Bangs vaccinated Heifers BEACH, N. DAK. Consignors, Peter Kirsch & Sons, Frank Blasy, New win time schedule eV Anton Degel fective Gerber . SEE "RED" or "SWEDE" Sunday: As usual, 2,7 & 9. Saturday, November 9 1:00 p.m. :Monday th, ru Sat.: 1 show 7:30 At Trailer House by Texaco Station on Highway 10 Ilt}I}UNNNINNNNNI