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PAGE EIGHT G.N.D.A. Reelects I Farmers Urged To All 1945 Officers Consider CCC Loan /~ll officers, d~rectJors and staff office~s were unanimously re-eleoted ut the annual meeting of the Greater North D~ko~ Association held in Fargo Monday and Tues- day. R. J. Hughes of Wahpeto~n re- mains as l~resident; Herman Stern. Valley City, honorary president; F. ~h. Conldin, Bismarck; R. R. Wolfer, Jamestown; F. P. Whitney, Dick- Inson, and F. A. Foley, Roila, vice- president*s; F. A. Irish, Fargo, treas- urer; B. E. Groom secretary; M. J. Connolly, assistant secretary, H. D. Lchse, agricultural agent; W. P. Mns and Neal Tr~y, field repre- sentatives. J. S. Mllloy, Washington. D. C. I2-IE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER North Dakotans on Livestock Program (Billings County farmers who will Several North Dakotans will ap- carry 1946 wheat on their farms pear on the program work on corn- daring the balance of this year ;mttees as the annual meeting of ~hould seriously consider placing the Farmers Union IAvestock Com- fits wheat under CC~ loan. No mission Co at St. Paul, December one lcnows what the pri~e af wheat t0. n~ay .be ~)eWveen now .and July I, This convention and the annual ~94~ and farmers are urged to meeting of the l,larmers Union protect themselves ,by &a, ving their Grain Terminal Association which ~ heat under loan. follow~, Dec. 11 to 13, are expeoted Tl~ou~h a G~ ernment-Purchase :o bring several hundred North program, wheat producers Who Out Dakota farmers to ~St. Paul. Vheir 194~-crop under loan are .as- John W. Bolllnger, Fl~,sher, will sured July 1, 1946 parity returns preside a~ the livestock meeting 2or ~heir wheat, less carryir~ and Walter R. Fledler, Ryder, will charges on the loan. The purchase give his secretary's report. Other wrice wiU. be the applicable loan North Dakota members of the val~e plus 15 cents per bushel, livestock board are Orlando Ode- l~he wheat loan rate in Billings g~rd, Buxt, on, az~d Julius Las.~y, ~as re-elected chairman of the ,Ooun, ty on No. 1. DI~S is $1.334 per Oartwrig~ht. board of directors, and vwo new bu~el. The producer who delivers Harvey Braaten, manager of the diroc,tors-at-lar~e, F. A. Irish and f~-m-t#tored wheat to the Govern- West Fargo branch of the com- B. E. Groom of Fargo, were elected, men* on or alter &pril 1 in ac- mission, and C. H. (Andy) Lock- Other state directors elected in- cordance with instrucions will be ram, fleldman, will report on how eluded Robert J. Moore, Grand ~l~tid *'he difference betnvcenthe,pur- tahe North Dakota outlet dot[bled Forl~s; A. L. Netoher, Fargo; Dr. abase price and the unpaid amoun its volume ~he last year, I. H. Wells, Harvey; H. S. Russell, of the n~te pIus interest at the crate Serving on the committees from ~anctan; S. W. Thompson, War- of delivery.No sora~ payment the state will be Ernest Kleven, wick: H. K. Peyton, Willis*on; D.A. Maddock, on by-laws; S. A. For- Stowar,Bownmn; A. M. Christen- seth, Willis*on, and Neis Porsberg, sen, Min~t; W. L. Gardner, New Center, on resolutions; Mr. Ode- Er~land; F. D. McOartney, Oakes; the ceiling price, gard on rules; and V. C. Bryans, A1 Anderson, Minot. Carplo, on credentials. There was an executive meeting of the state directors Monday, fol- lowed by a dinner Tuesday evening The C~ bunch sponsored a when W. L. G~rdner, presiden of ,~ower for Gertrude Josucks and fine Nor%h D~kota Reclamation As- socia~on, reported on the national GaG. Woolsey. at~the TiUie Jo~ueks con, ention held last week at Denver and t~l~s by N. O. Jones, state high- may co~amissioner, and the pre- sentation of GN~:)A colored movies by W. P. Se.bens. ll0me, Rel@leld, last Sunday. Both have been discharged recently ,from Armed Forces. They were the re- cipients of many beautiful and use- gh~. At four o'clock a dainty lunzheon ~ras served. A wedding shower was given Mr. and ~Ts. Floyd Oyhus at the Ver- non Pritz home the 18th. Both were d,is~h~m'~ed recently from the Service. They received m~ny fine gtfbs and a 1 o'clock dinner was served. Mr. and Mrs. OFhus Wi~l take charge of the Albert Oy~us ra~mh. Tuesday was given over to re- po~ts of staff members and formu- lation of plans for an expanding program during 1946. Reports in- dica~e the association is now enjoy- ing the largest membership in yea~ and in sound financial condition. Resolu~io~s were passed urging amend~nen~s to the ~I bill of rig~ to make it of greater a~istanve Triple-A-Election Dates Announced Community meeting places and dates for "~armer-A~A ~Aection" meetings to be held in Billings County during the "~irst ,half of December were announced this week by Ohas. Hoot, local A~A Oha~rman. At these meetings farmers will hear what the 1946 A.AA Soil Con- serva~ton ,program has to offer, and flax payments, subsidy programs, price supports, the wheat situation, loans, and ot~her farm programs and problems will ,be discussed. Fol- lowing the discussion part of the meeting balloting will take place to choose community AAA "commit- teemen ~o serve during 1946. ,Every farmer has a vi'tal interest in future decisions on farm prob- lems. whet'her local, State or Na- tional. The Commlt~ee urges a full represen'tative vote in each com- munity. ~Farmer-A,AA Election Meetings will be held at the following meet- ing places: Wednesday, December 5, l~ryburg Town I-lall---'District IH. Friday, December 7, The Klym School---District II. Monday, December t0, The Ruf School--~District I. (All meetings ~begin at 1:00 p. m.) Show Extreme Care 4-H Beef Work Pays On Slippery Roads Members Dividends ~aby your buggy through weather like this for it will be long,or than Among 4-H members who are you think before you get a new being paid off handsomely for the one, State Highway Chief ,E M. excellen~ work done the pa~ year Klein is ~af~fising motorists as light in club livestock and crop produc- snow blanketed a considerable area tion projects were the Monke of North i:takota. ]brothers, Rufus and Willis of Re- Bven if you don't consider your-Igent' Hetting~ coun~ty. sel, f or your car vital to this] The brothers sold four well fin- coun~y'~ bright post~war future, ]i shed Angus b~by beeves at a sale said Klein, you may smash in~I in Dickinson recently for a total someone who is. log $990. Rufus and Willis are Traffic accidents are a tremend- members of the Westerners Beef ous, avoida~e, disgraceful waste at club, of v~lc~ their older brother, all times, Klein said, and more Henry, is local leader. William than ever at a time like this, when Trzynka of New England is asso- to "veterans handicat~ped and hind- ered by scarcity of equipment and ~f good buildil~gs and maohiner~", referring especially to the 80 per cent of servicemen from farms. shown by CtlX~DA statewide survey, as desirous of returning to the land. "Accepting the leadership ,of the ~St~te Water Oonservatima Commis- sion," a resolution stated, "We give ~upport and approval to the lVfls- sour~ River Development program as developed by the army engineers and Bureau of Reclamation, and opposes any legislation or pla~ t~t~ would delay acttml construotion work as now approved by Con- gressional action." ~N~DA comenended "effo ~ to-. ~v~ond~y, Nov. 19. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Pedoru spent last ~"riday eve at Bertram John- sons. ~rs. &~n Bgly, in company With her n~o~aer and sister-in-law, left /Mbnd, ay p. m. for ,Minne~polis, w~ere they will visit friends and ~latives for a month. A~an M. Brown, Co. Supt visited sctmo]s here the past week. C~ham Community enjoyed a every ~raffic accident may remove Thartksgiving dinner and social day another scarce automobile from ut ehe Cliff Van Horn home. the co~ry's dwindling supply of J. Harold J~hnson received his essential transportation. discharge and returned,~ home on He gave a brief check list for motorists intending to drive when Ohild~en o~ the local school re- oeived their third and last innocu- ~vavd reduction of public expendl- D,%ion and vaccination Wednesday Cures and 'readjuStment of taxes to agterm)on at the hands of Dr. encourage private enterprise." T~e ~ouleg of the State Healt~l De- next legislative session will be urged p~rl~nen't. o make an s~ppropriation to a stall departmen~ ~or advertising theI ~dl o, rmers whorl uring 1945 pax- state. iCip~?~d in the A@riou~ura.1 Con- ser~t~n, flaxaeed payment, sugar, NOTICE--We are now equipped to l~" Oro9 In~tlran~e l~ogra~ts are charge batteries.---C0ast-To-Co~t elig~e to vote in elections for AAA ~tove, Beach 10-4t~ c~mnuntt com~ni~x~men. mmw and icy weal'her becomes more severe, and suggested that motor- ~ts, who couldn't check all five items, should leave t~eir cars m ~their ravages: Do your brakes grip .evenly? Are your tire c~hains ready to be put on? Are your lights aligned and do they work on ~he low beam? Does your moto~ have sufficient curl-freeze? Answering "yes" to all five doesn't end the safe driver's responsibility, said Klein. He must still remem- ber to reduce speed in bad weath- er, watoh for 9edestrians and child- ren on sleds, leave plenty of space between himself and the car ahead, and go slow on icy curves. The 1946 ~ crop will be supported at an average level equl- v~en% %o $3.60 a bttshel, Minnea- polis tms~, bhe AAA points out. elated leader ol the club. Otto I(r ueger--Gu e st Speaker At Meeting Guest speaker at a banquet fol- lowing the 15 h annual meeting cf the North Dakota State Frater- nal congress held in Bismarck re- cent2y was Otto Krueger, state in- smance commissioner, he spoke on "Fraternal Insurance." Represented at the congress were 16 fraternal organizations doing business in the s~tte, among them: Wcmen's Benefit ass~iation, Royal Neighbors of America, Degree of Honor, Maccabees, Ancient Order of United Workmen, and others. The state group represents 50,000 members of fraternal beneficial or- ganizations in the state and is af- filiated with the n~tional group. New officers elected at the Bis- marck meeting are: ~ret Hall, 1~trgo, p~esident; G. L. M~nroe, Enderlin, 1st vice-president; Mrs. Larson Bismarck ~nd vice- president, and Miss Cora Newman, l~argv, re-elected secretary and treasurer. Theyfire building a deeper .ma ff esz" f . . Ior zmoothe 1 ~ED,0WL'S FINE QUALITY 5 SEWED EACH ,STRONG AND DURABLE THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1945 Pheasant Hunting To End, December 8th In Part of North Dakota l~easant hunting north and east of the Missouri river ends Decem- ber 8, according to a proclamation issued by Oov. Fred G. Aandahl. The season was closed in this 1~x~ of Nore~ ~akota upon recom- mend.wtion of William J. Lowe s,tate game and fish commissioner the governor said. Farm Is More Than Place Of Business The family faxm should yiald ~tuman happiness, opportmnity, com- fort and security, in addition to m~terial yields, declares Saxgent Coun, ty Extension Ager~t S. M. l~orfmnson, w~o h'as made a spe- cial shady of f~otors to be con- sidered in choosing a farm for the .family. The order does not affect the A farm is far more than a p}~ of buziness, he says, and all morn- Slope area, Were pheasant hunt- bets o~ the family, and particularly ing may be indulged in until the ,the husband and wi2e, m~st ~are end of the year. in the choice, remembering that -- the farm proper is only a means 20 Highway Accident to~,ard the making of a better farm home. Deaths Occur In Oct. Features theft must not be over- The month of October. which has looked are soil quality and drainage, the reputation among North Dakoca highway officials and highway pa- trol men of being responsible for a large number of highway fatal- ities, "lived" up to its reputation this year with 2O deaths due to Rc- clder~ts. This was the highest number m any month since October. 1941, when 2"/ fatuities were recorded. reports Highway Patrol Ohief E. M. Klein, Bismarck. The death toll for October. 1944, was 12 T~e number of highway fatal- t%ies for the first 10 months of 1945 stood at 67 on October 31, as com- pared to 6~ for the first 10 months of 1944. topography and layout, weed in- festation and soil tilth, waeer for human and animal use, and size. In Judging buildings, consider size, condition and age, cost of modern izing, additions for storage and .housing and location. E~remely important, he says, is the Choice of neighberhood and nei~l~bors. Judge the neighborhood for its roads, schools, marke~s, churches, telephones, and prospects for electrification. If the entire ~amily is to be happy in the neigh- borhiod, and fit in the commm,AW, look for neighbors who are sa~.s- factory to the prospective farm ~ers as to cooperation, friendli- ness, an~bition, progressiveness, tol- erance and congeRiality. Beach, North Dakota PRESERVES I-LB. "LADY'S CHOICe" JAR PURE. DELICIOUS. WHOLESOME BLACKBERRY l-LB. 1 EVERBEST BRAND JAR PURE, SEEDLESS. FULL OF FLAVOR BUTTER Z-LB. WIZDOM BRAND JAR h ADE FROM FRESH ROASTED NUTS PURE |-LB. STRAINED JAR CLOVER SO GOOD ON TOAST AND MUFFINS , TIMELY BRAND WHOLE O OLDEN KERNELS 20-OZ. CANS SUPERIOR FLAVOR AND TENDERNESS COFFEE FOLGER'S ~'ALI~" 3r HILL'S BROTHERS OR BUTTER-NUT 1 -OZ. CAN I-CAN LIMIT--WHILE IT LASTS BREAKFAST OF ~HAMPlONS FANCY ASSORTED VEGETABLES LAPEL BRAND--EXTRA STANDARD FOR TEXAS MARSH SEEDLESS WASHINGTON STATE ROSY CHEEKED LBS. COOK UP MEALY LBS. NEW TEXAS BCHS. SOLID HEADS LB. IT MED. FLOATS BAR 99 44/100 '~ PURE FOR BATH, DISHES, CLOTHES CHOCOLATE FLAVORED SALAD OR 9.OZ ~ RADISH,@. RICH--GLASS TOP BRAND OL~N']~,~ ~ACH STAINLESS STEEL A GREAT FURNITURE PROTECTCR HILEX ~EANSES AND DEODORIZE8 QUANTITY RIGHTS RESERVED )