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November 3, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER KNOW 0 R POTATO RECIPES (Mrs. H. D Mandan) For the lady who wanted po- tato recipes, here are three fam- ily favorites. Puffed potatoes: to 4 cups sea- soned mashed potatoes, add 2 eggs, separated and beaten (fold in white last), cup cream and 2 tablespoons butter. Put into a 1 quart baking dish. Bake in 350 oven 30 minutes, until puffed and brown. Stewed potatoes: these potatoes are especially good served with meat which hasn't much sauce or with cold meat. Melt in saucepan loz. diced salt pork, or 1 slice bacon or 2 tablespoons bacon fat. Add and saute until lightly browned 1 medium sized minced onion and bay leaf. Add 6 medmm po- tatoes peeled and cut in a inch dice, pepper. Pour boiling water to cover % of the potatoes. Cover and simmer for about 30 minutes or until tender but not mushy. Drain and garnish with parsley. Sour cream potatoes: peel and slice in thin slices 6 medium potatoes and 1 medium sized cnion. Melt 2 tablespoons fat in pan. Add potatoes and onions and sprinkle with salt. Half cover them with sour cream (commercial). Cover pan and cook potatoes slowly. Turn sev- eral times. When nearly tender, uncover the potatoes a cook them until tender and light brown. ANTIQUE GOLD FRAME (Mrs. C. S Bismarck) For Mrs. E. C. Mandan, to give your picture frame a gold antique finish, just paint the frame a flat white, two coats if necessary, letting each coat dry thoroughly before applying the second. Then when the frame is dry, put on a coat of gold paint, a small area at a time, and while still wet, wipe the gold paint off with a soft cloth. The longer you rub the gold past, the lighter the antique shade. 12 the frame is the least bit rough, Conducted by SALLY OREMLAND a smoother finish is acquired by sandpapering it before the white coat is put on. FORM RUBBER MATTERF ~8? (Mrs. C. G Bismarck) We're about to buy a new bed and need advice on different types of matresses. Are other readers satisfied with foam rub- ber? My husband demands a very firm mattress---do the foam rubber ones qualify in this re- spect? What should one look for in buying box springs and mat- tresses? COFFEE DESSERTS? (Mrs. L. T Bismarck) My family is very fond of cof- fee-flavored desserts. I would apreciate it very much if some of the readers would send to the Trading Post any of their fav- orite recips for pies, cakes and other desserts calling for coffee. FIBERGLAS CURTAINS (Mrs H. W Bismarck) To the lady who asked about fiberglas curtains--it really is difficult to judge whether they reflect the heat as well as lined draperies. However, I would guess that they do not. I will say this about them generally. I've found them quite fragile. A chair pushed against the window will rub a hole in them in short order and unless your curtain rods are very smooth the tops will be ruin- ed. After six years in the bright sun, however, mine are still very white and new looking so I ' still recommend them if reason- able care is taken. Since my cur- tains are quite old, it is entire- ly possible than the new ones on the market are a great deal sturdier than mine. (Readers' Trading Post oper- ates as a public service exchange of ideas between readers. It is conducted entirely through the mail. Questions and answers may be addressed to: Conrad Publish- ing Co Box 90, Bismarck.) USS ENTERPRISE CVA(N)65 FORERUNNER OF THINGS TO COME --THE GIANT NUCLEAR POWERED ENTERPRISE WHICH IS SCHEDULED TO JOIN THE FLEET THIS YEAR. ENTERPRISE WILL BE THE FIRST CARRIER IN HER CLASS TO BE POWERED BY NUCLEAR ENERGy TO GIVE ALMOST UNLIMITED CRUISING RANGE. SHE IS DESIGNED TO HANDLE ANY OF TODAY'S SUPERSONIC AIRCRAFT AND THOSE SPACE AGE CREATIONS WHICH ARE EXPECTED '~ ROLL OFF THE SCIENTIFIC DRM~qNG BOARD OF THE FUTURE. YOUIIgES? PRESIDENT YOUNGEST HI, ST LADY HOi~ THAT UNEl--Joining the nationwide strike against General Electric, pickets (foreground) of IUE Ix)cal 301 attempt to hold the line against non-union employes trying to enter the GE plant in Schenectady, N.Y. There was no gain on the play, and police railed no penalties. Farmers Give Wheal for CROP Program The first carload of 1960 wheat to leave North Dakota for relief of the hungry under the Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) will be dedicated and sent on its way at Scranton recently. The grain was donated by farm- era of Bowman and Slope coun- ties. Mrs. Charles Pierce of Scran- ton, one of CROP's coordinators for the two-county area, said all canvassers would meet at the Scranton Lutheran Church for services featured by a movie, prior to an outdoor dedication be- side the railroad tracks. She said there was a possibili- ty that Adams county would join Slope and Bowman, making it a two-car shipment Frank L. Weaver of Greeley, Colo Great Plains area director of CROP. intimated India would be the destination of the first 1960 crop shipment. Meanwhile, McLean, Mercer and Oliver are working toward a goal of two carloads of CROP wheat from the three-county area, according to the Rev. Law. rence ~ull of Riverdale, area co- ordlnator. [] Five Receive Senator Quentin N. Burdick said recently the N a t i o n a ] Foundation has informed him that five North Dakota students have been awarded March of Dimes Health Scholarships. Glenda J. Glaser, Carrlngton, received a scholarship to study nursing at Walla Walls college, Washington. The other wmners, all of whom will attend the University of North Dakota, are: Morley D. Glicken, Grand Forks, to study medical social work; James E. Jarrett, Grand Forks, to .~tudy medicine; Sharon K. Aho, Bi~ merck, to study physical therapy; and Sharon J. Leake, Eraerado, to study occupational therapy. ! A RI INDER FROM CONRADS - - Get ready for the busiest time of the year Orders Completed Within 4 Weeks L0 2~00 sets of duplicate cash and chm'ge forms, 4 5/16 x 6 inches imprinted with your name Rud address and number, ed . . Plus portable sales register and carbons. Special PK-1 Same Introductory Offer, Size $1/2 X 81/2 Register is lightweight aluminum with filing compartment. Prices of imprinted and numbered ContinuoLW Forms alone. Form Size 4 /16 X % Quantity Form Size 5~ X 8 Duplicate Triplicate Duplicate Triplicate 30.35 37.10 2500 40.98 45.00 40.00 45.65 5000 46.45 57.40 60.40 77.50 10000 75.40 92.50 Register PK-1 9.50 Register PK-2 10.25 Lower Prices in Larger Quantities We have many continuous STOCK FORMS, Samples on request. We print f0.rms for all types of registers and billing machines. BISMARCK. N. O. For Our Low Prices Call CA 3-40S0 Main and Mandan St. BISMARCK PHONE CA 3.4050 North Dakota's Greatest Farm Coverage -- Gets Results BUYING SELLING Rates: 14c per word first insertion - no ad less than $2.80 -- 12c per word each additional issue, $2.40 minimum SEND DIRECT TO: BISMARCK CAPITAL and ASSOCIATED NEWSPAPERS Main and M:andan Street BISMARCK, N. D. Farm Equipment 4 For Sale or trade for livestock. One 1960--830 Caseomatlc diesel cractor ]ivepower, only a few hrs. Gurranteed--llke new. A real buy. :~ee Conrad Kinzler, Kulm, N. E~tk. rhone NI 7-6471. 16-18 Auction 32 Bar JZ Polled Hereford production tested auction sale. Sat, l~'ov. 5. 1:30 p.m. :Nine miles north of Hola- Mrd, S. D. or 22 east and 4 south ~f Onlda. S. D. 73 Head Sell Herd bulls, herd bull prospects and bred heifers. Its championship breeding in pasture condition. For c~ataloK v'ri~e: John Zllverberg, Holablrd, 8. Dak. 17 Male Help Wanted 25 Auto Body mchantc with electrical and glass experience or auto mechanic Liheral compensation, grouF insurance. Scott-4Preusse ~hev-BuIck-Pont. Redwood Falls, Minn. 17-19 Pets 13 Beg collie and Shetland collie pup- pies. Golden Sables tricolors. Attractively marked; friendly. Na- tural heelers :watch. Cal Ahrens, Prairie du chien, Wise. 17 For Sale 8 For S~.Ic: 1956 twon and country trailer house 40x8. 2 bedrooms. Good condition. Available Nov. 1 Inquire Pete Mitchell, Fort Yates. N. Dak. 16-17 Used IHC crawler tractor Model SN-TD 18A 2450 year 1951. EklUil~Ped with BucyrUs Erie pow- er control unit and angle dozer. Also hydraulio control units for ~arm implements. Condition very good. Allan Whitman, Driseoll, N. Dak. 17-18 For Sale: Large Brick home, 2- story and basement; large lot ~nd garage, good well, all utilities, ~xcellent location, price reasonable, Terms it desired. Contact: Ed Con- itz, New S~lem, N. D. or write: James L. McCormick, 7739 Alder- dale, St. Downey, Celif. 17-19 Lost, Strayed or Stolen 14 Pureb:ed Border Collies, English Shepherds. heelers, watch dogs. Males $]0,00. Spayed females $12.- 50. 30 (lays apprroval. Charles Miller, Sh lckley, Neh. 15-17 Livestock 7 b'or Sale: PUREBRED HEREFORD POLLED BULLS AND HEIFERS A. E. Nelson Wilton, N.D. 37 For Sale: one Brown Swiss bull ~alf 7 months old from good milk- mg herd. Call Orcb.~rd 3-4232 or see Wm. Niemi, McKenzle, N. Dak. 17 For Sale: Our registered herd 18 cows and 7 bred heifers. Minn- esota Valley breeding. Wish to sell to one party. 9 miles west of Willmar No. 12 and one mile north 104. Seth V. Beckman, Route 1, Kerkhoven. Minn. 17 Top Wiconsln Holstein and Guern. say calves and cows shipped ou proval. Ray Blott, Box 552, Muk- wonago, Wise. &7 "Star of the North" Angus Sale-- 15 bulls, 70 females, selected from Goldberg, Sorley, Plath. Frost and Backer herds. Winter Show Barns, Valley City, North Dakota, Novem- ber 4. For Catalog write, W. A. Plath, Davenport, North Dakota, role manager. 17 Truck Line Plan Merger John~ Manlowe, president of United Truck Lines, Spokane. Wash and Earl F. Buckingham, president of Buckingham Freight Lines, Rapid City, S. D an- nounce the signing of a contract for the merger of the two cam- " panics. The merger, subject to I. C. C. C. approval, will result in a consolidated company having an- nual gross revenues of almost $30,000,000. and ranking among the fifteen largest general com- modity freight carriers in the nation. The consolidated company will operate under the name of United Buckingham Freight Lines with Earl Buckingham as chairman of the board. John Manlowe, now president of the principal stockholders of United, will be elected president and chief operating officer of United-Buckingham. Buckingham Freight Lines, Class A common stock will con- tinue to be outstanding. Holders of United Truck Lines common stock will receive Class B com- mon shares of the new com- pany. --CY-- In 1951. farmers received $20 billion for produckng food that cost consumers $46.4 billion. In 1959, farm~r~ received $19.8 bil- lion for producing about 22 per cent more food that cost con- sumers $58.2 billion. --EJ-- The 7~,000,0C0 ~o- Notice 29 L-~RGEST wholesale supply In U. S. Furniture, clothing, appH tnces, autos and accessories, farm equipment, tools, housewares, new products, im~)orts. Free details. Associated Wholesalers, Box 2068 -BN, Sioux City 4, Iowa. USED AUTO PARTS. Used parts for all makes and models of cars. Tony's Body Shop. 213 So. ~4th S~ Bismarck. N. Dak. Daft CA3- )547 ~tf HUNTERS: Used, Guaranteed Rifle reloading tools, new dies, com- plete $27.00. Also several used 16, 20, 12 gauge vhotguns. & deer Rifles. Bullets, powder, shot Prim- ers 'Nodak Gunshop. 310 Second Street. Bismarck. North ~akota Aucttoneering Farm Sales and Mis- cellaneous sales. Free service to non-profit organizations. Mel Myers, 20C 7th Ave SW Mandan, Phone 8143 or 4694 16-17 Singer sewing machine In console cabinet with attachments and but- tonholer, Balance six payments of ~6.15, used tn area less than one year, also late model zig zag, small payments on either machine. Will discount for cash. Writ e Credit Manager, Box 206. Detroit Lakes, Minnesota. 15-17 Taxidermist: Have your big game- heads and wildlife mounted this season at AIs Taxidermy and Hand- loading Service. Kongsberg, !~L Dak. 17 Cottonwood lumber: "16 miles So. of Mandan on River Road. Phone Mandan 8550, 3805 or 3809 or write A. C. Grainer, Huff, N. Dak. 17 Church Women, Granges, p. T. A.s Auxiliaries, Organizations need- ing Money. Sell Nylon I~andbag~, Rugs. Hosiery, Greeting Cards, Perfume. Vitamins, C~tn4y and other items. Writs for Free Cat- algue. Write to S. J. Phtllitm, 24 South 2nd Street, Harrisburg. Penn. 17-18 Wtock Snapout forms-Vignette let- terheads, carbonized labels, 250 minimum quantity low prices, ef- ficient business systems. 149 Broad- way, Brooklyn II, ~New York, 17 Business Opportunity 9 Iust Listed-Resort-With 2000ft. 'akeshore-best buy in Minn. $21,000 Carroll Realty. Ramer. Mlnn 17 Groceries. dry goods, shoes, rub- bet footwear, Complete stock In small southeastern ~, D, town good business community. Call 6441 dur- ln~ day. 791.1 evenings or write t,~. G. .'ttrehle, Streeter, N. Dak. Exceptional Opp~rtunlty Reliable m~tn or woman from this area to distribute complete llne of cigar- ettes, candy, nuts. or gum through new automatic vendors. No selling, we will establish accounts for you. To qualify party must have car, references, and cash capital of ~900 which is secured by Inventory. F',Xcellent earnings par~ time---Full rime more. For personal interview give phone, etc.Write P. O. Box 1~, Rochester, Minnesota. 17 For Sale: Well established hard- ware and implement business. Want ~o retire. A. l~. Sampson, Motley Minn. 17:i~ "O u t s t a n d 1 ng Restaurant and l~untain Operation in County ~eat and College Town of 6,0~0 in Red River Valley. Excellent build- ln~ and lease, 100% location. In business 25 years, owner retiring. Complete and good equipment, seats8O. Attractively priced for quick sale-excellent Uotentlal for couple or Pertner~. Contact Co@h- tan Agency, WahPeton, N. Dek. 17 Balance of shoe stock and fixtures from quitting buslnes sa~e. Must vacate building at once. Contact It. 1'. Foley, Thrift Store. Rolls, N. Dak. 17 Wanted To Buy 22 W~nted to buy or trade for cedar posts. Used farm machinery, small cats, 6 foot combines, wheel tractors etc. Dennis Erl~ldlM Blackduck, Minn. Phone Killlher MI 7-C295 16-18 Personal 38 CARE FOR UNMARRIED MOTHI~RS Florence Crittenton Home 711 13th St. So. Fargo, North Dakota. Write suporinend- ent for information. All inquiries confidential. HEI,P I~R U~NMARB, I~D MOTHERS counsel and nursing rare. Write House of Mercy, 1505 5th Avenue Seuth, Fargo, North Dakota. All Inquiries confidential Farms For Sale 2 For Sale--192 acre farm, 114 acres under irrigation. Full basement modern house, good outside build- ings. 15 acres in new alfalfa. Lo- ~ted halfway Sidney-Savage, Mont. Alfred Rehbein, Lambert. Mont. 17-13 For S~ale: North Dakota Farms, 160 to 1,000 acres. Write for list- ings. Courtney Realty Oakes, No. Dak. 15-13 108 acre, ]akeshore farm. Mlnn Nlce modern home, I/4 mile lake- ~hore.Many features. Complete $14.- ~50. Carroll Realty, Reset, Minn. Fhirty Farms, some with lake shore, for sals In heart of lakes area. .~ct free listing from J. G. Durren- 9erger Realty, Perham, Minn. 17-1~ Best Buy 320 A. rood. home good barn, etc~ Fish stream, blktl~ t ml town &12,$00 Terms. Arro~ fftinate~ pe~ o~ ~ ]~Mr0pe Land Co. Pine River. Minn. o. str~st llnk with ~e truth and the Free ~'orlct Bisma~k. N. Dak. 19@0---17