Newspaper Archive of
The Billings County Pioneer
Beach, North Dakota
October 25, 1945     The Billings County Pioneer
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
PAGE 8     (8 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Full Size Image
October 25, 1945

Newspaper Archive of The Billings County Pioneer produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2020. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information.     Terms Of Use.     Request Content Removal.

PAGE EIGHT The Week Around Medora The Medora Grazing Association held a meeting here Thursday of last week. Pliyliss Gray who is second trick operator at Beach, visited friends in Medusa last Thursday, return- ing to her post on No. 3 that af- ternoon. \A farewell party was given by a number of local people at the Town hall Wednesday evening of last week in honor of Mr. and C. H. Umbock and children who moved to Lomm’on, S. D., lest Sat— urday morning. Gerald Bamhort returned on No. ,3 Thursday afternoon of last week from Ft. shelling, Minn, where he underwent preinduction examine- tion. A number of our local young people drove to the Clara Roberts ranch south of town to stage a rousing welcome to the newlyweds Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wrts. (We acknowledge a. very pleasant call from Judge Joules Donaldson of Beach who dropped in to say {hello Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. E. J. Van Doren returned home Saturday from MinncmpOhs where she spent several days visit- ing her sister. We extend our hearty congratu- lations to Mr. and Mrs. James Stevens on the arrival of a baby boy at the Dickinson hospital on Thursday of last week. Mother and babe are doing well and are ex- pected home today, Wednesday. Don short has bought the Don Ray Calves, driving the calves from here to his ranch north of Me- dora. Con Short also bought some calves at Sentinel (Butte, shipped them to Medora and then trailed them to his ranch. Mrs. E. K. Rusth was hostess to the Homemakers Club at her home Wednesday of loot week. Leslie Fritz gave a wedding dance at the Fryiburg Town hall lest Saturday evening. (Mrs. 1L. G. Brown, Mrs. Indema Myers and the minivans went to Sentinel Butte least Friday night and took in the Amateur contest held them. John O’iBrein who has operated a. store at Fairfleld for several years, was in town‘Mondoy and ad- vised us that he has sold his busi-’ ness and is undecided as to his future plans. Mr. Mrs. George Kadrmns and daughter, Undo, from north on! Beineld, were Courthouse ‘ callers and dinner guests at the~Paul W. Lobe home last Monday. George Amubrust, prominent farmer from north of Belfield, transacted business in Medom last Monday. County Auditor J. F. Tester and A. E. Boicourt, chairman of the Board of County Commissioners, made o. trip north of Belfleld Tues— dlay to appraise some state School and University land. William RiskeVi‘cn, former county commissioner of the 2nd district, was seen in town Tuesday. While Bill will not admit it, it would appear that he is having a. hard time getting used to not coming to Medom for meetings with the Board. S 1—»: Leo Ray, son of Mr. and Mrs. Don Ray, arrived home last Monday evening for a short dur- loug‘h which he is spending with his parents and other relatives. In order to reach his base before ex- piration of his furlough, he must leave here next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. J. 1“. Reilly arriv- ed home last 'Ilhuroday from a. 3- week motor trip to western points with and Mrs. Frank wager»- dorf o! Mott. During their trip they visited at the homes of var- ious relatives and report ‘a. lot of very enjoyable sightseeing. Mrs. Walter Neuens, Loo Ray. Mrs. Don Ray, Mar-y my, Arlene Roy, and Donny, Kenny and Billy Neuens motored to the Walter Neuens chh last Monday limit in order that Leo might contact his mm at that place where he stopped overnight in delivery od.’ , his calves to Don Short. A crowd of friends consisting at Mr. and Walter Ncuens and boys, Mr. and Mrs. Weldon Omit- ton and boys. Mr. and Mrs. W. '9. O‘Connell and Mrs. W. M. (Nations, .and J. C. Reilly. gamma at the Don Ray Wh Tuesday evenlnl to visit and welcome Leo Ray home. Sam Emmuk and John Kohl were; visiting friends and cumin; to bucincm in town mayday. Mr. and Ms. C. H. Wheel: and children were summer guests at the J. E. Herding home last Friar: evening. ‘ local residents awoke Tuesday morning to find about an, inch of snow covering everything, but, ex- cept where shaded, it all melted in _9. short time. Approximately two inches were reported north of Bel~ field. The Oukrop family of Dickum Visited at the Walter O. Christensen home last Sunday. taking Joan Lebo and Marilyn Christensen back to school at Dickinson with them that evening. ‘ Walter and Evelyn Neuens drove to Dickinson Tuesday and brought. Mrs. W. M. Neuens back with them for a. visit at the Weldon Gratton home for a few days. ~Mrs. Whiter Christensen visited relaties at Halliday Monday. Mrs. Mugs Vonvig and daughter, . COUNTY Were driven to Powers lake. last week ‘by Mugs tor a visit with Delb- .proof- that this district can still produce potatoes second to none. Sidney. Donnell. brought in a» nice» load from. his. farm south at, town. last week. They are or! encmtionnl quality and the yield was very good. Mr. and Mrs. Grant of Seattle, We.911.. and? Tonnny Guam of Mounts, were of Mr. and Mrs. Lam Vanvig Tuesday. Mrs. L. M. Barnhart went to Dickinson lastMonday, and during her absence, Mrs. Lena Halliday acted as chef at the Oozy Donner cafe. Stanley Ripley arrived in town last Wednesday evening on his way to Dickinson to be introduced to his new income tax deductors in the persons of the newly arrived twins. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Wilson were in town. Thursday of last «week and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Brown and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Liars Vanivig. Jimmy Stevens has announced that he demonstrated a house pain/ting job in nothing flat (al- most, in decorating the interior of his home in preparation for the homecoming of his wife and baby boy. Mrs. Lars Vunvig advises us um shohosslupped twoboxesofmuch needed articles to relatives in Norway and expects to ship more in the near future. Earl Bird who is now living on the Willie BaJhm ranch, was shop- ping in town. Wednesday. Mars Johnson, representative at the Globe-Gazette Printing comp- any. was calling at the Courthouse My. He lent for his home at mandrel: Wednesday morning and was: Worried by Ann M. Brown, county merintcndent, who will attend the state meeting of superintendents, teachers and wion officers at I3ka on Oct. 24. 35 and 28. The High Grade coal mine is now open «and opera-ting, so that Hedora residents are now mur- ad of coal *for the winter. Our local school faculty, Beatrice L. Thomas and Ada. Sylvester, left Wednesday for the state meeting to .be held at Bismarck for the next three days. William Cerkoney and Mike Chruszch, both of Belfleld, left flor Fort Smelling, Minn, last Mon- inducted into the Armed forces. and Mrs. M. S. Jacobsen and children of Bremerton Wash. arrived in town to visit Mr. Jacob- sen‘s sister, Mrs. J. E. Harding, Tuesday evening, and after spend- ing the night, continued on their way to their home at Bremermn. Wednesday morning. James. N. (Bud) Roy and wire and son, who have been spending sevoral days visiting relatives in Madam, left for Bismarck Wed- nesday afternoon, where Mr. Ray will enter the insurance office 0: Herb Hanson who is agent for the State Faun Mutual Insurance Co. Quite a. long time ago. we noted in the Sidney Herald 01 Sidney, Mom... mat a marriage lioernsc was issued to a one-time resident of liedora, in the person of Claude 0. Curtis. for his marriage to Menu. L. Hopkins of Sidney/‘Mlont. lst Lt. Ellis E. 'I‘hmnpoon son of A. '1‘. Thompson, and formerly in as an Obscmtlon pilot with Patton‘s mind Army, has returned from ‘ovmeus and has been dis- clawed. one Bridge club met with we. mama [mu on morality night {of .went to Notions, terms. 0. a, 7W1: and low to Mrs. J. J. mm. W Boyd, Mrs. Whiter O. _airiatensen and Evelyn Neums we're guests. I Don Shadowy-ossin hat Sundayond were guests and Mrs. W. F. Sylvu‘ter. Moi: Klem of north or nemeld was a courthouse visitor Wednes- day amtemoon. mm: Raiser. Dwain! of the mum-g coal mine. delivered a truckload of coal to the Court- house Wednesday after-own. VENTILATION NECESSARY Ventilation, is necmsary in all animal shelters. ditty morning where they will be! THE BILLINGS C may“? 1% summons STATE or NonTH DAKOTA ) ) OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT. Lawrence A. Lemire, and Alma A. Lemire, his wife, Plaintiffs, -vs- . John H. Hagquist. Wind— ermere Investment Co., L S. Dillingham sole Trustee. George Bastunas. Rock Island Lumber 8: Manufacturing Co.. 3 Cor- poration, Sam Geanikes, and all other persons unknown claiming any es- tate or interest in or lien or lncumbrance upon the property described in the Complaint, Defendants, THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE~ FENDANTS: ‘You. and each of you are here by summoned and required to an- swer the Complaint of Plaintiff in the above entitled action, which is filed in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Billings County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Belfield, ,Stark County, North Dakota, within thirty (30) days aft- er the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer, judg- ment will be taken against you by default for the relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated this 15th day of October A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiffs Residence and Postoffice address Belfield, North Dakota. TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- ;FENDANTS: You will further take notice that this action relates to the following described land, to- wit: All ship vvvvvvvvvvvvu vvvvvv of Section 20, in Town- 137 N. Range 101, West of the Fifth Principal Meri- dian, Billings County, North Da- kota. Said Defendants will further tak notice that no costs will be claim— ed by the Plaintiff against any of the Defendants not appearing or answering. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiffs. (Oct. 18-25; Nov. 1-8-15—22) SWONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ; COUNTY OF BILLINGS ) IN DISTRICT COURT SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT Alfred Schwartz. Plaintiff, .vs- Jens J. Jenson, John T. Eide. S. K. Pladson, the unknown heirs. devisees or legatees of E. H. Farin. Deceased, the unknown heirs. devisees or legatees of J. S. Johnson, De- ceased, and all other persons unknown claim- ing any estate or interest in or lien or incum- brance upon the prop— erty described in the Complaint, Defendants. ) THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE~ FENDANTS: , You. and each of you are here- by summoned and required to an- swer the Complaint of the Plain; tilt in the above entitled action. which is filed in the Office of the Clerk of the District Court of Billings County, North Dakota, and to serve a copy of your answer upon the subscriber at his office in the City of Belfield, Stark County, North Dakota. within thir- ty (30) days after the service of this summons upon you, exclusive of the day of such service; and in case of your failure to appear or answer. judgment will be taken against you by default for the re- lief demanded in the Complaint. a ) ) l ) ) ) ) l ) ) ) l ) ) ) } Dated this 28th day of September A. D. 1945. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff Office and Postoffice address Belfield, North Dakota. FENDANTS: You will further take notice that the object of the above entitled action is to exclude the Defendants from any estate or in— terest in or lien or incumbrance upon the following described real estate. to-wit: All of Section Three (3); and the” South East Quarter (SEA/4) of Section Eleven (11). all in Township One ‘Hundred Thirty- seven (137) North, Range One Hundred (100), West of the Fifth Principal Meridian, Billings Coun-‘ ty, North Dakota. Said Defendants will further take notice that no costs will be claim— ed by the Plaintiff against any of the Defendants not appearing or an- swering. H. E. HANEY Attorney for Plaintiff. (Oct. 4-11—18-25; Nov. 1-8) CITATION HEARING PETITION FOR SETTING ASIDE EXEMPT PERSONAL PROPERTY STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) )ss. County of Billings ) IN COUNTY COURT Before Hon. Raul W. Lebo Judge. IN THE MATTER OF THE ESTATE OF JOHN EWONIUK. JR., DE- CEASED. Anna Ewoniuk, Petitioner vs. Matt Ewoniuk, Sylvester Ewoniuk. Julia Makaruk, Alexandria Gregory, and Joyce Yourk. Re ondent THE STATE OF No TH DAKOTA To THE ABOVE NAMED RESPON~ DENTS: You and such of you are hereby vvvvvvwv cited and r uired to appear before the County urt of the County of Billim in said State. at the office of the County Judge of said County. at the Court House in the cl of Modern in said County and tats, on the 13th day of November A. D. 1945, at the hour of Ten‘o'clock in the fore of that day, to show cause. if any you have why the personal, property set out in the Petition here- on should not be not aside to eti- tioner as the widow of deceas as exempt. and you are hereby notified that the residence of said. decedent at the time of his death was at Gar-ham. North Dakota. Let service be made of this cih- tion as required b law. Dated this 24th ay of October A. D. 1945. . BY THE COURT: Paul W. Lebo, Judge of the C Court. ounty (SEAL OF COURT) (10:25: 11: r 1) COAL BIDS WANTED Notice is hereby given that seal- ed bids will be received by the Board or County Commissioners of Billings County. for lignite coal to be delivered to the Court House TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE-. OUNTY PIONEER - at Medora, North Dakota. Bids must specify kind and type of coal. Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Bids will be opened at 2:00 P. M. November 6, 1945 at the County Auditor‘s office in Medora, N. D. By order of the Board of Coun— ty Commissioners. J. F. TESTER County Auditor (Oct. 1148—25; Nov, 1) SALE or STATE'WLAND The State of North Dakota will sell at public sale at 11:00 A. M. on the 26th day of October, 1945, at the front door of the Court House in Me— dora, North Dakota, the following described, land: Northeast Quarter (NE‘A) of Section Ten (10) Township One Hundred thirty Nine (139) North of Range One Hundred (100) west. (160 acres more or less according to Government sur- vey.) Fifty per cent of all oil. gas, coal. or minerals on or un- derlying such land is reserved by the State. Not less than 20% of the purchase price must be paid at the time of the sale. The balance may be paid at any time thereafter with minimum payment of 6% of the purchase price an~ nually. This includes interest at the rate of 3%. The purchaser will pay the costs of the sale. The State has an ofler of $1700.- 00. When final payment has been made. the Board of University 8: School Lands will issue to the pur- chaser, his h irs or assigns, a quit claim deed conveying title to such premises and deliver such abstract of title as the State now has. The costs of any extension of the ab- stract will be borne by the pur- chaser. The premises will be sold lsubject to the present existing ease. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. , Dated at Bismarck, North Dakota, this 3rd day of Oct, 1945. JOHN O. LYNGSTAD. Commissioner University & School Lands (Ort. 11-18) LAND EXCHANGE NOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has applied for an ex- change ot‘ land administered under Title III of the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act within the West— ern North Dakota Land Utilization Project. The undersigned offers the Government Sections 5, 7. 9, 13 and 17 in Township One Hundred Forty-three (143) north, Range One Hundred One (101) west of the 5th Principal Meridian in Billings County, State of North Dakota, and Section 31 in Township One Hun— dred Thirty-nine (139) north, Range One Hundred Three (103) west of the 5th Principal Meridian in Gold— en Valley County, State of North Dakota, containing Three Thousand Seven Hundred Ninety-two and Thirty-two hundredths (3792.32) acres, and in exchange therefor has re- quested title to the Southeast quar- ter (SEE/4); East half of the South- west quarter (Eléswl/q); Lots three md four (3 & 4) in Section 18; the East half (El/2): East half of Northwest quarter (EtaNWl’l) and Lots One and Two (1 8c 2) in Section 19, all in Township One Hundred Forty-three (143) north, Range Ninety-nine (99) west of the 5th Principal Meridian; and a strip fifty rods wide along the east side of the Southeast quarter (SE52) of Section 13 in Township One Hun- dred Fort ~three (143) north, Range One Hun red (100) west of the 5th Principal Meridian, containing Eight Hundred Fifty—one and Sixty-eight Hundredths (851.68) acres, reserving unto the United States of the house and outbuildings on the NW‘ANE‘A of Section 19 in Township One hundred Forty‘three (143) north. Range Ninetyvnlne (99) west and a perpetual easement up- on live (5) square acres of land, decoribed as follows: Beginning at the North quarter corner of Sec- tion 19, Township 143 north Range 99 west of the 5th Principal Meri- dian; thence right 63 degrees 4 minutes for a distance of 1205 feet to the point of beginning: thence right 115 degrees 56 minutes east, 3» distance of 466.6 feet; thence left 90 degrees a distance of 466.6 feet; thence left 90 degrees a dis- tance of 466.6 feet: thence left 90 degrees a distance of 466.6 feet, to the piont of beginning; said tract containing 5 acres more or less, and upon ingress and egress to and from the same by the usual route of travel and right to lease or otherwise convey or re- move said buildings.‘ Said ease- kient to said 5 acres and right of ingress and egress to terminate when and if said buildings are removed by the United States or conveyed by it and the right to the use of sufficient of the said ,Eracres of land and adjoin- ‘ang‘ lands is reserved to he United “States or its assigns for the pur— pose of the removal of the said buildings. The purpose of this no- tice is to allow all persons having bonafide objections to such an ex- ownership protests with the Project Conserva- tionist, Soil Conservation Service. Medora, North Dakota, on or before the 10th day following the date of the lost publication thereof. First publication October 11, 1945. Last publication November 1, 1945. PETER YOURK Fairfield. North Dakota (Oct. 11-18—25; Nov, 1) LAND? HANGENOTICE Notice is hereby given that the undersigned has applied for an ex- change of land administered under Title III of the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act within the Mis- souri Slope Land Adjustment Pro- ject. The undersigned offers the Government the East Half (El/2), East Half of the West Half (El/z- Wit). and Lots One (1), Two (2). Three (3), and Four (4) of Sec- tion Seven ('1). Township One Hun- dred Forty (140) North. Range One Hundred Three (103) Fifth (5th) Principal Meridian, Gold- en Valley County. State of N Dakota. containing 596.96 acres. 7:33 in exchange therefore has nested title to the Southeast carter (SE'A) of Section Seventeen .(17). Township One Hundred Forty~two 142) North. Range One Hundred 100) West of the Fifth (5th) Prin- gfiafil) Meridian, and the North Half of Section Twen -nin ownsth One Hundred:y nay-(3)6 North, Range One Hundred (100) West of the Fifth (5111) Principal Meridian, Billings County, State of North Dakota. containing 480 acres. The purpose of tin: notice is to persons avin objects to such an exghagggsfig: opportunity to. file their protests with the Proaect Conservationis‘t. Soil Conservation Service. Medora. North Dakota. on or before the 10th day following the date of ,the last publication thereot.. First publication October 11. 1945. Last publication November 1; 1945. 61.9%?“ “it‘ll. k 1' am, . 3. (Oct. 11—18-25; Nov. 1) Distribution of lumber became free of all control on 00W 1, but the AAA points out that lum- ber production for the first half of 1945 was down 10.3 per cent from the first hand of 1944, and supplies still are very tight. QUALITY HAY NECESSARY Good quality hay Is the backbone of the feed supply for dairy herds. l i natural ‘ change an opportunity to file their ‘ West of the Q THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, 1945 NOTICE . Ems w TED them celebrate. They brought well ml filled baskets of est-ables for a ‘ ,The BefrdBfiqf Cogntyt Commitsr; sumptuous wedding dinner and 51011613 0 l S oun , NOI‘ ‘ .Dakota, will opengbids forythe fur- Supper' The“ five Children Jahn ,nishing of all blanks, blank books, of Williston; Wm. of Seattle, fand office supplies at the County - ‘ gAuditor's office at Medora, North waSh" Steven at home‘ ms“ Mike ffialgota at 3:00 P. M., November 6', OsadChUk “Marl” G0rhm§ and i .H . Ge . ' Bids for the furnishing of Elec- neva’ won. Pomt’ Mont" were all present at the wedding. The bride and groom, pioneers, both hale and hearty, the ! thll’ Builots and other Election sup— piles. for the Primary and General ) Elections 01' 1946 Will also be open- lea hi the same time. , , were ; IBdidders willt‘fibed required to in- recxplents Of many fine gifts and l c u e a car 1 e check in an good innlount equal to 5% of the bid. hearty . Wmés for many more l’l‘ne dsuccessful bidder will be re. happy anmversarles- zquire to furnish a Bond subject = r ‘ ‘ it? the Approval of the County f M. and. Wm. Zagurski, 1Commlssroners and the States At- omer reSIdents’ Spent the past tomey. week visiting relatives and re- Board reserves the right to reject any or all bids. . J. F. TESTER County Auditor newing old acquaintancs. They re- turned, by car, Friday to Seattle, Wash (Oct. 11—18-25; . Nov 1) Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gethmann BIDS WANTED spent Sunday P. M. and were lunch Sealed bus {or furnishing mm eon guests at Victoria Johnsons. c031 and kindling wood for the Mr. and Mrs. Pete Northmop local school will be received by Spent last Sunday at the John the Board of Directors of De Baily home. Mores School District No. 2. on or before 2 o’clock P. M., of Tuesday, November 6th. iAll proposals must be in writing, sealed in an envelope marked “Coal and Wood Bid,” and deposit- ed with the undersigned. on or be- fore tihe opening date as herein- before given. Dated October 24th, 1945. Board of Directors. De Mores School Dist. No. 2, - By Alice L. Lebo, Clerk. Medora, N. D. (10: 25; 11: 1) GORHAM It was open house, all day, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pete Zagurski last Sunday, Oct. 14 on their Golden Wedding anniversary. Relatives and (friends, 69 cars, from far and near, drove in to help Rifle Shofit Being Staged At Fairfield There will be a .30 calibre rifle shoot at the Fairfield Rifle Flange located on Highway 85, 21/.- miles niorth of Fairfield, on Sunday, Oct. 28. It will be an all day shoot so bring your lunch and shoot all day. This will be a. good time to sight in your rifle for the deer season. Some amateur gunsniiths will be present to help you adjust your sights. Anyone interested is invited to attend. A special invitation is ex- tended to returned Serviceman. We plan to have some extra rifles and ammunition available for those who want to try out the big guns. Bring your trading stock. Vernon Thompson, Club Secretary fed 010/ Food Sta/w: Beach, North Dakota STUFFED MANIANILLAI WIZDOM BRAND NEW 1945 PACK “~02. ¢ E BRAND—FANCY QUALITY BOT. PEANUTS Weiss... us. 25< PECAN on: u. 47‘ POPCORN one. sols-29‘ MALTED MILK new 38‘ countenance its 59‘ CATS v... SM UCKER’Sn-PURE 1< HARVEST QUEEN 1-1.3. c 14.3. FRESH GROUND BAGS4 JAR omnrnux‘r BENTON BRAND mic 29‘ UITS & VEGETABLES—— .2 1.33.27" V:?i::; DOZ. 5° N03312::D53 LBS. SLICED WHITE DELIVER!) ransa DAILY BREAD ' PBNICK‘S 52.02. cavern. wum JAR moms-WW coma ooze rmfimro c8331. 25: 0%ww “:30; POST WASTES 2s»: 25: RED OWL 50-113. 09 25-118. LN BAG ALWRINSOOOES‘ALONGWAY ' _ KEEPS WRIT“ Rm WHITE AND RINSJ BRIGHT muonrsk 33m: . v on umuov . norms—Irma CAKSS WQUALITY murmurs ‘wx nuts}. or...“ swmsoummm LARGE SIZES SAUSAG W W" 27c screen on or nu: PIECE «0000 RED owus “SQUARE SHARE" POLICY «no. Pmlcx's'amo O O . : toshauour merchandise um .... 9, Q firhendomtkwmflzdfllltmwmmwu*w : Muwmmmmmmummom...n 3 wamunuwumdummmwumm E Mummmabpwsmvuaqwmmlvhmwmmh. :OOOOOOOOMO“OOWMOMOOO"0 “OOOOOOOOOOO”OOOOOO: CIGARETTE POPULAR BRANDS BY PACK OR CARTON