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December 15, 1960     The Billings County Pioneer
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1960 THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER. MEDORA. N. DAK daughter, Alice and family. Af- A: We plan on it as soon as ~TA~T O~ TREAaURER'a the of our town equals that of ANNUAL m~ORT fOR Milwaukee. P~BLI~ATIO~ RECZ~TS m Gr~ERAL ~ Q: Why don't you print week- (Amounts Received by School Dls- ]y sermons? trier Treasurer ~et,veen July 1'l A: Why doesn't the preacher 1959 and June 30, 1960. support your team. ter that they will head for Tex- SOCIAL SECUR~ REP. as, to take in the famous World TO BE IN BEACH Series Rodeo and Finals. A Representative of the Bis- marck office of the Social Secur- Home From College -- A. Cash in General Fund (in hands run the newspaper? ity Admin. will be at the county Miss Marion Birdsall, daughter o~ District Treasurer) Jtfly 1, 195~ 4,047.74 Q: What would you give me courthouse at Beach on Thursday of Rev. and Mrs. C. Lee Birdsall,I AIII. Grand Total cash $n hand and for writing a weekly column of Dec. 15 at 10 a.m. returned home last Saturday eve SPORTING A CLIPPER BOW LIKE THE FAMED MERCHANT SHIPS OF HISTORY, THE USS LONG BEACH IS TRULY "TOMORROW'S SHIP | TODAY". THE NATION'S FIRST ~I ATOMIC POWERED SURFACE WARSHIP IS MORE THAN 720 FEET LONG. SHE IS POWERED WITH TWO REACTORS; IS ARMED WITH BOTH TERRIER AND TALOS~' MISSILES AND CAN PLY THE SEAS IIq MILL SHUT DOWN ABOUT DEC. 27th COMPLETE OUR IIIllllliliilllililllllll ON = Ladies Flannel Pajama . 32 to 40 $3.95 = = Satin Lingerie Bags, 3 pieces to set $4.90 = = Mens Boxed Jewelry cuff links & tie clasp $2.50 FOR = Boys Sweat Shirts with collars 4 to 16 -$2.50 Mens Sweat Shirts with collars, s m lge $2.95 Mens Ties, regular and self tied $1.50 Nflons Give her a box of nylon hose, one of the most welcome gifts, seam- less and with seams, 8 to 11 $1.00 to $1.50 Gloves Leather Gloves for men, women, boys. Also leather-faced driving gloves - All sizes. $3.95 to $5.90 ~r L, Open Saturday nite until 9 L ?L ,+ IS [. W Cash on hand in Special Reserve Fund (3 mill Emergency--. 57~901, 57-1908 N, D. Rev. Code of 194~c. ~7-1907--57-190@ 1957 Supplement) As ~f June 30, 1960 (Item P. Treas. Re- port) sez.71 Warrants issued July 1. 1959 to June 30, 1960 (Item B, Clerk's ann~al Req~ort) 4,2~6.07 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) County of Billings ) ss HigthLand School District No. 14 ) I do solemnly sw.ear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct report off all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. S. C. Tachenk~ Treasurer of Highland School Dist- rict No. 14. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 9th day of August. 1960. Eeatrice L. Thomas. Co. Supt. NOTICE FOR BIDS Notice is hereby given that sealed bids will be accepted by the Medora Village Board for the purpose of shingling of the Vill- age Hall. The bids must be submitted on the following specifications: 1. Old shingles are to be re- moved and replaced with Number I cedar shingles, a 30 lb. felt tar paper and a steel ridge roll. 2. Old shingles are to be re- moved and replaced with Num- ber 2 cedar shingles, a 30 lb. felt tar paper and a steel ridge roll. ~ids to include prices on oil- ing of shingles and shingles with- out offing, the length of the lap, and the s~cing of the shingIes I~ be med. III Zn addR~.n to the above speci-III ficatlons t~premises aro~the]lg vin~e ~, should be ~tll after "the ~ingling to meet the llI alal~vM ~e Board. II m ~ds wil ~e opened on the ,ara/ day of a~ ~ zm at the+:~=lll 0~ 7 p.m:~ t~te Village Hall. +111 i The ~ reserves the right to reject ~ 0r all bids. i Jomi ~'W~e, Clerk of the Village ~8oar~ (Dec, 15L~-29) LAST