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The Fryburg News i (Alice) Brown, her sister, Mrs. Alvin Cheale and' family and . Joe Schwartzbaur (Ber- of her brother Stanley and faro-her brother Glenn and family. Adams) of Minnesota was iily. She left for Beach the next Mrs. George Schwindt and ernight guest at the homel day to visit, her mother, Mrs. children of Baker, Mont., spen.t ,--.-. the weekend, at the Dan C headle home. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bredburg, We Have Glamorous LENTHERI C FALLOUT SHELTER Cosmetics for the Lady in your life, and Revlon beauty aids. Gng's Men Toilet Articles for Men all availablein single pieces or sets. IF IN DOUBT... give a Gift Certificate for any amount- can be used for any service or item in our shop. ROYAL BEAUTY SALON 00n-abeee , i' 0urban i irtwaist in a i Qrrnlng Early edcan print. y-to-wear - atdress desTgn ailored with '! collar, roll- i uffs. Drlp-dry  t0n in green, or grey. 18. CLARA'S THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, IVlEDORA, N. DA]L Thanksgiving at the home of her le,nd. Lowell is doing graduate parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon'work at Jamestown College. Thompson. Ray, elder son of the i Mr. and Mrs. Phil Tuss and Mr. and Mrs. EdeBry and family were dinner guests on Thanks- givirg Day at the C. C: ThOmp- son home in Bekfield Mr, and Mrs. Vealeer Cameron of Junction City, Kans., have been houseguests at the Paul Loffelmacher home. On Wednes- day everdrtg they entertained friends with: colored slides and moving pictures taken of their children and families and places visited of their trips to Mexico nd Florida. Delicious refresh- ments were served. Those pres- ent including the hosts were Mr. and Mrs. Hugh McGarvey, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Indegaard, Mrs. Dorothy Havnvik, Mr. and Mrs. John Bava, n.ko, Harold Ta,lking- nl Verne Kin, g and Mr. and Mrs. Phil' Tuss. The Camerons also visited friends in the Gor- ham area where they operated the post office and grocery store Thompsons, is attendirg the State University at Fargo. Members of the Presbyterian choir motoI'ed to Grassy Butte, 1Sunday p.m., where they joined 'the Methodist choir in a rehears- a,1 for a Christmas concert. The Rev. R. E, Conklin conducts services in the Grassy Butte church each Sunday p.m. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Heiser were Thanksgiving Day guests at the home of their daughter, Mrs. John Schaf:f and family in Belfield. Mr. Heiser recently completed a new home for an- other daughter and family, who live near Bowman. .Mr. and Mrs. Lowell LaUrel- reacher and baby of Jamestown, N. Dak., visited at the Paul Lof-  felmacher home over the week- DOGS AND SWIMMING By Bob Bartos Manager, Frlskles Research Kennels Most people are under the false impression that every dog is a four.legged Johnny Wets. muller...that he's born a strong swimmer and that he simply loves water. This isn't exactly true. Al- though the instinct of self-pres- ervation is strong and he'll do ke before moving to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cheadle spent Tharksgiving Day in. Bak- er, Mont., at the Geo. Schwindt home. Mrs. Schwindt served a delicious turkey dinner. Other l guests were Mr. and Mrs. Dan Cheadle, Jr. and three daugh,ters who al-o live at Baker. Mrs. Johanna Reul entertained the following guests on Thanks- giving .Day: Mr. and Mrs. Jer- ome Seymanski and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawren'ee Buzalsky and Roman Buzalsky of Amidon and August Urban and Joe Reul of Beield. Coy Ceperly has been a hos- pital patient for the past several days. On Thanksgiving Day, Mrs. Ceperly prepared a lunch and with her daughter Shirley visited Mr. Ceperly at the hospital. 'Mrs. E. C. BrecLburg and Mrs. J0harma Reul visited Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Joubert, Sunday p.m. 'Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Tuss and Robin, Mr. and Mrs. Verne King enjoyed a delicious turkey din- ner at the :Theo Barrow home, Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lincbo of Pleasant Flat had as their Thanksgiving Day guests, Mr. and Mrs. John Gregory and Mr., and Mrs. Mike Prociv tLola Yace Lin&bo) and family, i IFvank Heiser is doirtg some repair work at the Ellen ,John- son home. The foilowirg new item was taken from the Meamora, Ill. newspaper ,a.nd will be of inter- et to the Pioneer readers: "Mike Adams, of rural Bel- field, N. Dak., was pleasantly su.vprised on his birthday, Nov. l lth, wheR his nephew, Wen- delinus ,Adams of Metamora, called him lorg distance. Those present to talk to Mike were his brother Lawrence, Mr. a,nd Mrs. Charles ,ostlc, Miss Ceceia Ad- ams, Miss Thelma Adams, and Mrs. Wendelinus Adams. Nor- man 'Adams and wife were un- able to be present for the long distance conversation." Mike and his wife, the former Emma Pat- ricks, live on the Fred Patricks farm southeast of Fry, burg. They have two sons, Kenneth at home and Williard who is married and lives in Betfield. Friends and neighbors wish Mike many more birthdays. Mr. aml Mrs. Walter Cameron attended church services Sunday a.m., after which they motored to Mandan to visit friends. They ,planned :to return to Greeley 'and get Mrs. Jack Cameron, Wlter's mother, who will ac- company them to Florida to spend the winter mon.ths. M.iss Verna Thompson, student at Jamestown College, spent his best to stay afloat, that doesn't necessarily mean he's a good swimmer. swimming, particularly if his first introduction to water was accompanied by shock or fear, as occurs if he's tossed in. You can be sure that if your dog was forced to take his first swim in this manner, he won't care to join the family when it goes for a cooling dip. The proper way to introduce yourdog tQ swimming is to take him where the water is shallow. Let him wde around at first and then gradually coax him out a little further. Dogs that like to retrieve sticks will swim out to fetch them for you. Just throw the stick out a short distance at first. As your dog gains con ft. dence, you can toss it out fur. ther. Some dogs are .much better swimmers than others. The nat- ural water dogs, for example, are generally excellent swim. mers. Others will lift their front paws too high, splashing them. selves in thesce, or else they'll paddle so hard that they end up out of breath. Dogs, just like people, wheth. er they're good or poor swim- mers, can tire or get a cramp. If you find your dog in trouble and in need of resuscitation, apply artificial respiration. Hold him up by the hind legs to get rid of the water, lay him down on his side and press his ribs with a rhythmic in.out motion. Keep this up 'til he revives arid then cover him with something warm. Feeding Tip: Better underfeed than overfeed the older dog. He needs a diet which i$ 20 to 25 per cent protein. He can get Jt by feeding him a top q{]allty prepared dog food such as Friskles. LET THESE AMAZING REGISTERS REGISTER FORMS AND ACCESSORIES CONVENIENT . . . FAST ECONOMICAL INO|IIPIENILIBLI6 MANUFAI"UMEMI RETAILER! JOBII:lUk wHOLZStnS. Wo m.t. mmvtcxt BUS,NaSn. A FT. tmsv IYr/1M FO THI UII OF MU LTIpL-E'PAT VOCATIONAL RERD OFF.T/E-SllLF , Ol!g/VER/ OF RIG/STERS AND FOP.MJU aThe right b4Jne focm for every form of bdneh " GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS aear mm Otderl llwace Memomdm THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1962 Robin m)tored to Fort Peck on Saturday. They plan to return on Wednesday. Mrs. Laudie Proeiv and daugh- ter Debbie spet Thanksgiving Day at the Bill Uban home. Mrs. Prociv and Mrs. Urban are sis- ters. At:tend Conference--- Rev. and Mrs. Cecil Stanley of Beach Methodis Church were accompanied by Mrs.. .Fma Bown and Charlotte Cox of Beach, where they tended the Southern District Corderence in' Mandan on Monttay, Nov, 19. Bishop Edwin Garrison, o Aber-. deen, S. Dak., was a gues sak- er, giving a very ir#teresig talk on Unrest In Russia And ASrica. Bishop (arvi.son ,presides over the Dakota dsricts. m IOTICE OF DELINOtTL'NT TAX SALE, 1i Billings CounlT, Nolh Dakota Pursuan to the provislorus of Cap- ter 57-24 North Dakota remsed Oode of 19,t3, and under the drecions of tl2e Board of Coun'y Cmmnsskners of Billings County, North Ilvota, notice is hereby given that all ands and vitiage lots and acreage sieuated in the County of Biltings and State of North Dakota, and on wlich the taxes for the year of 1901 remain unpaid at the date of sale {except Know This Sign those struck of and .ald foi" prior years taxes, to the county} will be o]d at public auction in the manner provided by law, at the Court :House in Medora, Billings C,.unty, North Dakota, on . t Tuesday, December 1.t, 1.92, j A list of all lnd, ltts, acreages, I etc., s'ubjeet to said sate is on file I and. may be examined at the office I of the Oo,unly Au4itor a Medora, North Dakota, and a copy of said list, with the names of the owners and description of the land and tracts involved and the 1 amourt of the taxes, penalties, and interest due on each tract has been posted i,n the U. S. t:ost Orifices at Medora, Fryhurg, Fdfield. and Ctrham in said county. The figures iven under the head- ine "Amount" on the liss inc,hde the original anunt o/ the taxes and all penalties, interest and opf*  th dte of sale. g,id sale will beg6n t the hour of ten o'clock A.M..and wiJl continue from day to thay until all lad or tracts are sold, btrt said sale shall not continue let a period loner thn ten (la) dys. Eplanaon fr the abreviatios as appearing on the osted lis4 fol- low s: "'N" for North "''" for East "'W'" for West "'S" f South. "'IWE'" for North East "'NW'" for North West "'SW" for Sou/h Wtt "SE'" for South East "'/'" for oe-half "'/'" for one-mrth and one qua.-e "pt" for Part "'sec'" for Sction "'trp'" for Township "Rnge" for P.age "T" for Lot  "'blk " for Block "'a" for acre  acre "arw" fo cres of Right of Way "'Incl'" tot Intulve Given Under my Hand ' and the Offeial Seal of said BilHn$s County, North Dakota this 19th dy" tf No- vember A. I). Lo2. DANIEL OSAI)CU Billings County Attitor (SEAL) *'NOTICE: Any person wh removes or destroys any delinquent real' es- tate tax list from the place where posted, between tte dote of Imsting and a date of tax sale re+rred to, shall be guilty of a r,cdemoanor. Ch. 57-2705 N. D. Revised Cde of 1943. (Nov. 22-29) It could save your life Yellow and Mack community fallout sheRer signs such as this are appearing inpart.s of the nation and should be up in most communities by the end of 1962. They identify fallout shelter spaces for 50 or more persons found in cities and towns acros the country as a result of the national civil defense program now directed by the Depart- ment of Defense. The shelters axe or will be stocked with a 14-day supply of food, water and other necessities. The design and colors were chosen to be easily seen and identified by persons at a distance. 00>OOWN ,.,,dL!y/ SALE OF URANIUM LEASLS On the 18th day o Dee 1962, a 10:30 o'clock A.M., the ]Bad of UniversRy nd Sch0! Lm will sell at public sale to  highest Didder, a uranium lease o the lextds berein- after described: County of Billings: Southwest Quarter ,: !Secan 2. Township 137 Nor{:h, Jan4ffe 100 West containing i0 acres, nmre or less. Th saJe will be held in the hearing room on the grotmd flr Oft he State Capitol Building at Biiemx, Leases will be issued 0r ive lg al an aual rental of $.00 per meral acre. idding will b On tle bonus, the midmum of wbi i .$. per n'aneral acre. .rr staee' kder must pay for the  , ImItIng the nottees of sale, a' matt pay erie year's rerttal phm the laas, an the ty of the sa.le in bankable . Deeed a BAs, Nrfl Dakvta, this 16h day of Novr }. A]hert Setmm]eeter Land C-wAssnea- (Nov. 29; . 6) mgcsgr French purse in embos- sed and smooth leathers in a variety of colors. Combination coin purse and billfold, "charge plate" pocket and a full size pass case with re- movable windows. Price $5.50 Plus Fed. Tox. CLARA'S sAu oF o,L ZD AS Lrsr On the lSth dy of Detmbr 1962, at 9:30 o'olock A.M., the .I.rrh of Urtiversity and School lands will sell at public sale to the nlg eat bidder, oil and gas leases esa the lands hereinafter described: OF BILLITGS Twp. Range Seeion Description M[ineral Acres I 1  All 20 TOTAL. 320 The sale will" be held in the hearing room on the ground floor of the Starve Capitol Building at Bismarck. Leases will be issued for five yas at an annual rental of 2e per nineral acre. Bidding will be on the bonus, the minimum of which is $1.00 per nineal acre. Th successful bidder must pay for the  of ublishing he notices of ,ale, and must pay one year's rental plus the botis on the day of the sale in bankable funds. Dated at Bismarck, lorth Dako, this 16th day of November, 19. 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