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MERRY CHRISTMAS THE BILLINGS COUNTY PIONEER, MEDORA, N. DAK. Iq-IURSDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1960 The Nelson Car a loaf of bread plus the very effective display placed there by the director of the Tokyo office of the wheat producers, showing the various areas of production and the classes of wheat avail- able in the U. S. as well as a very effective panoramic view of a harvest field with the com- Z bines and a large elevator in the backgraund, plus sample- of our many classes of wheat and the samples of flour made from them did so much to clarify the fact that we do have any type of wheat that they may desire. On our return trip ~rom Keoto to Tokyo, a distance of abou.t 280 miles we drove out from the railroad station to a small vill- age to observe an actual kitchen bus demonstration. The bus is staffed with Japanese who are equally as well trained in the field of nutrition as any we have in the U. S. and were doing a very impressive job of showing 'the local village housewives the fine arts of preparing various foods. This particular day the Ave. in in the foreground. 4* The mass of rubble is the intersection on Central Nelson car m which Marvil Nel- Beach. The rear end of the car The picture is not clear because emphasis was on noodle dishes. We sampled a few of the dishes son and son, Dennis, met their was left on the railroad right of the frosty "winter wonderland" and they were quite tasty, al- death when it was dragged to of way about 150 ft. behind the appearance of Beach on the a point about 1~ blocks from the car. The N. P. tracks may be seen morning of the accident, though as is the case with al- most all the food in the Orient it is quite bland. The train in which we were I I traveling back to Japan was an experience in itself. If our rail- i roads could enjoy the passenger - Employed at Studio -- Celebrates, Birthday-- Mrs. Frankie Smth has been! Mrs. Jennie Stevens who re- employed at the Cameo Studm sides at the Beach Rest ttome the past few weeks, helping dur- celebrated her birthday on Tues ing the Christmas rush. She will Dec. 20. The residents of the also keep the Studio open after home helped her celebrate with Christmas, as the Millex family a party in her honor that after- is planning a vacation, noon. load that they do in Japan they ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~, .~ ~J~ ~ would have to lay new track to : take care of the trains. All the ~i cars were over-flowing and we ~ ,finally were able to force our "~ iway into the dining car and st- ~ A cure a table. The food on the~ train was very good and in di- rect contrast to U. S. conditions, ~ JOYOUS :] the cost of eating on a train is,s~ about half of what we had been paying in the hotel. I'm sure it- ~ was amusing to them to watch,and a us attempt to eat witJh chop sticks ~ .~ but we shared an equal pleasure ~ .~ i in the problems that they were having in eating with forks. ~ and note: the ~i '~ Editor's Due to length of Mr. ttardy's account S~ of his trip to the Far East and e# ;, the limited time to put a larger ~ NEW issue to bed", we are forced to continue his article next week.~ t- II o one a Mr. and Mrs. Fred Leonhard ~: .~ of Minot visited in Beach the!~ - past weekend. Mrs. Leonard's i~' ~ The two signs above are at the*English military. In the back- Work being done m this area mother, Mrs. Bill Gardner return-I~ ~ . Red China border, which is be-ground, beyond the fence is Red by U. S. Wheat Growers at the ed with them to their home in~ Your enresen aqve ing policed at this point by the Chin,c,No Market Development present time.) Minot on Sunday. ~ "" ~ *" ~ boarded ~ C. TESCHER d FAMILY MY IMPRESSIONS --- To Calif. For Christmas --- ~ J (Continued from Page One~ Mr. and Mrs. Roland Pullins ~ it }group of Geisha Girls in full and son left for Calif. Monday of ~ lTl~ all ;custom, passing out quarter lb. this week, going to Billings where #a~ ~ loaves of white bread made they a plane for Los ~ from U. S. Wheat Flour, with a Angeles to spend Che holiday ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ l wrapper of cellophane and en- season with Mrs. Pullins' parents, closed was a recipe in Japanese Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Martin. They on how to prepare a like bread, plan to be gone about a month. It was during our discussion ~~~~:~/i WANTED t with the various bakers present ~---'--~,-----/*--~-/*-~-~.~.7/~-~j/ that generally speaking l~hey l~Vnl. ~V, Eiehhors, were not aware that the U.S. Attorney INTERESTS could furnish wheat that could ~/ith offices in be used for bread. For the most B E L F I E L D part they seemed to be of the SATURDAYS opinion that bread wheat came MONDAYS . WEDNESDAYS from Canada. Austrailia or Rus- ---and-- sin. It was at this convention. TUESDAYS - THURSDAYS FOR A LIMITED TIME, WE WILL PURCHASE where I feel that, not only our FI-ZIDAYS MINERAL INTERESTS IN GOLDEN VALLEY, efforts in visiting with theseM V O a SLOPE, BOWMAN, SO. McKENZIE & BILLINGS May you receive into your hearts people, but the small present of J~/~/~'~~ COUNTIES, AN : PAY CASH, SUBJECT TO TITLE and homes this .year the true " itit -- APPROVAL AT DUR EXPENSE. IF INTERESTED FILL OUT & R] TURN INFORMATION BOX TO: of Chtimnas, sad enjoy the fulfill. MINERALS, P. O. Box 245, BISMARCK, N. DAK. I am interested jli selling mineral interests. of the angels' message Peace (Please print or" type) Good Will Toward MenI Name Address Town WILL HAVE Tel. No with Sections, townships & ranges. List accurate description of land MILL SHUT DOWN ABOUT DEC. County Commissioners and the 27th TO COMPLETE OUR "Court House Gang to: MINER*LS, P. O. Box 245, Bismarck, N. D. h, - IBIBIBBIBIIBBIIBBIIIBBIBBBIBI SUGGEST YOU R l N C H E R S- ON avo able for immediate i "'"""'"'""'"" delivery. l" 18% to protein cattle feed; NIGHTS FOR ,also 4l% ,ottonseed cake from Long after the last present is opened may the good Texas. cheer of the Christmas season remain with you. i: ROUGH HOTEL Mrs.: Ivan M. Organ TR 24107