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/ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1945 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER PAGE FIVE , THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER A Continuatiori of "THE BADLANDS COWBOY'; Established in 1883 H. R. $OHNSON, Manager W. W. MALKOWSKI, Manager ALICE I. LEBO, Managing Editor Entered in ~he Post Office at Medora Billings County, N',rth Dakota, Feb. ruary 15, 1934, as second class matter under the Act of March 3, 1879. Official Newspaper of the County o# Billings, State of North Dakota Published every Thursday at Medora Billings County, North Dakota. Subscription: $1.50 per year in advance Want Ads STRAYED---One white faced milk cow branded 7 over 6, right r~bs. Finder notify Mrs. Lodecna ~VLyers, Medora. 9-2t.p The Week Around Medora Con Short of the north district s~opped over in town last Sunday to visit Mrs. N. D, Nichols. T~he Ladies Aid cf Medora will serve a fried chicken supper Sat- urday evening, Dec. 1, at t~he Town hall. Following the supper, a sale of ,fancy work will be held a~ the same place Everyone come. Mr. and Mrs. Lars Vanvig spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. V'an- ig's ~brot~er, Thorvald Vieland and his family at their farm south of Sen- tinel Butte. (Mrs. J. F. Rellly had the mis- fortune to slip on some icy side- Anna Lawrence announces she! Mr. and Mrs. Matt Cranser of has a nice assortment of Xmas Sentinel Butte spent Thanlcsgiving Greeting cards, Also many other with Mr. and Mrs. Willie Bahm. lteras suitable for gifts.--Lawrerrce's 6ouvenir And Gigt Shop. Adv. 4t T~king advarrtage of the holiday last week, Mrs. 1V~ary Tetly and Russell C'all went to ~he ranch for Thanksgiving. FOR SALE -- Two Rambouille" Bucks. J. J. E~ton, Medora, N ~). 9-2 :c NOTICE OF DELINQUENT TAX SALE OF 1945 BILLINGS coUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA i NOTICE IS HE----E--R~Y GIVEN thatl ~nUrSuant to the provisions of an itiated Measure adopted at the General Election on Nov. 8th 1932 and in conformity by other statutes l made and provided, and under the l direction of the Board of County Commissioners of Billings County, N. D. all lands and village lots, and acreage situated in the County of Billings and State of North Da- kota, on which the taxes for the year 1944 remain unpaid at date of sale (except those struck off and sold to the County for prior ~'ear's taxes) will be sold at pub- lic auction in the manner provided by law, at the Court House in Medora, Billings County, North Da- kota, on TUESDAY~ DECEMBER ELEVENTH (11) 1945 A list of all lands, lots, acreages, etc subject to said sale is on file and may be examined at the of- flee of the County Auditor at Me- dora, N. D. and a copy of said list, with the names of owners and descriptions of land, or tracts in- volved and the total amount of taxes and penalty due on each tract, has been posted in the U. Steve N~adzo and Mrs. Madzo were town shoppers and visltor~ on Wednesday of last week. Mrs. Lodema Myers and .two boys spent several d~ys last week at ~he ranch since t~ere was no school Thursday and Friday. Once again our traditional day of Tlmn.lr~gi.ving gets kicked around. Governor Aundahl pro- claimed ~he fourth Thursday in Nove~r~ber of this year as Thar~ks- giving in order to conform to Vhe n~tional law which makes the ,l~uvth Thursd'ay in cueh month as 2~anksgiving Day, but now our Attorney General rules that under a North Dakota statute, we must Observe the last Thur~ay in each November as the holiday. Eugene A. tgml~ and Lloyd SL Smith, brothers from south of Bel- field and recer~tly discharged fa~n the Army, culled at the Court ~Iouse Wednesday to record their discharges and to register. ham returned to Savage, Mont that evening. George Kadrmas of the Snow [ c,ommunity visited with friends and I transacted ,business in town Tues-l day. Many friends of Mr. and Mrs. J*~hn Holler, wLho reside n'orth of ~Jelfield, were saddenec~ to learn i Tuesday of Mrs. HMller's de~th. Funeral services will be held Sat- urday with burial being made in t/he Ukrainian cemetery. 23he Pion- eer staff extends deepest symri~thy to the bereaved family. Paul Alan Lebo accompanied Kol- bjorn Bye and ~. L. McLeod to the ~atter's ranch last Friday night for a hunt. Mdnduy morning he and Wir. ~Vf~Leod each ba~ged a nice blacktail buck. We don't know how it effected Dave, but Paul is having trouble with his cap. W~ are h~ppy to report that Miss ~elen A~nold, second trick operator at Medora, ~ho suffered a partial @acla~ paralysis some time ago, has completely recovered and is back on duty here. Welcome home, ~elen. Ctarice Anderson left Monday for I- aynes ~ here she will visit with her sister, Peggy Warbis. Lieut. John Nunn arrived here last Monday, and we believe he has been dischazged from the Air Corps. Wc hope this is true. Mrs. L. G. Brown was a Dick- in, on shopper and visitor last Mon- day. (Mr. and Mrs. M~x Lee and b~by .daughter, wane now make their home at Jamestown, are here on a ~aunting trip, and incidencally staying at the M~Oarty Oabins. Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor claire out to the Andrew Wike farm in ~he nqrt~neast corner of the county last Sunday to visit their daughter- in~law, JOan, and granddaughter, ~)onna. ~Pierre Lebo Imgged a nice 5 point blacktail buck Tuesday, and Is will- ing to concede that he can shoot ~ lth the best of flaem especially 000 LIZABETN KEt,INY INSTITUTE CF MP IGN "NO kl 'tE CHltO ON [ lrfH SHOULO BE ItSKtO TO SUFFER PlMbl. 14UMILI IHG OEfORHfflt$OR O(H|R COMt LlCgTiOfl$ Oflfl|C|S RltY" -- SlSq ll K|HNY I II I,I I I I II II sbyA n unee tar in/amlU paralysis by ~h~ tamous Australian nurN, Sist~ Elizob~h KmmyJ 0n o s Opening Of Sister Kenny Polio Drive Bing Cro~by, screen and radio