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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
January 5, 1939     Golden Valley News
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January 5, 1939
 
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i in ! Hit--No = ~North Dakota greatest anit~ i encouraging aunual from hotel Carl Dresident of conven~lo~ In Devils:Lake; they the association, and ~ EvJu, Man- reported ~ in hostelries, pa~lCU- dan, superintendent. ~ow Judges those a~l~t to U. S. highway will be Frank ~3. Moore and ProL O. the best 1938. of the interest and San traffic capacity. U.S. A special hard-a~'~faced be is the Cianada's vacation Superior," one c department an unusually ~ich it hopes to ~urlng the past y~a~, ~ tgt~1 of 547 of hard-surfa~! ~ hav~ been oonstru~, During-- i9~7, a total of:i~ miles ofpav- s~ roads in use limits. For 1938, the figure miles, of whtch 7.153 deaigna~ed as a part of #, Theh miles of hard-surfaced roads~ as part of the federal highway system, in this state today, located within cities and towns. ~ There were ~a very small mileage of ~condary roads was under taken. ,~gineers estimate an up-to-date primary exhibits, sho.Uld leach Bismarck 10. The deadline for entries II. Anyone may compete for prizes whether bel~.glng tb a poultry asso- ciation or not. Ex~ss .clfar~as must be prepaidbY [ he/~bitor but transportation ~o ~nd firm the depot is free. i' ;remen s Ball .Well Dancers from far and near gathered farms it at the last Monday even:rig For 1939 Faro Program The County Agricuitural Co~J~a, tion Committee met Tuesday plans for the 1939 agricultural servation program, Next Monday'~ cards which will announce the bases for the various fan~ / will~ mailed out to th~ 1939'operators landlords. , It is possible that ou~ list of oper-~ ators for 1939 Is not yet up to and changes I~ operators will contin- ue for some time:, It will be a great hdp in the office if each operator will see to it that,: the farms he is to operate in 1939 is listed correctly. Otherwise the card will be mailed to the 1938 operator and landlord. ~'hen receive~ the card you the duty of the a ~rlt~-n this week by : ~s~at~ AAA in Fargo that : 10;~50~}0 bushels of North Dakota ""wh~ p~l~ would be covered by ~gove~q~me~~ with ,the conclusion ~o~ ~~ lo~~ Dec. ~1.- . received from all coun, Dec. 27. of loans ~ was 1,18~,000 coun- bu.~eis 6f wheat warehouses and of genera the assistance of the c boys, left nothing undone to show their patrons g good time. Lunch was served at the usual hour which was enjoyed as was the music furnished by Bert's Hot-Shots. Helen Delthorpe. :. Becomes Bride OfErwin Wiley Wlbaux~-~ very"pretW c~ndle!Ight edding, e~yt~ ~y took place at the home of ~Ir. ~ Mrs. Delthorpe, south Erwin Wiley. Rev. pastor of the rLutheran in Golden Valley Coun. performed the loan on I87,831 mony with 17 of these loans ter of the bride stored wheat, and Ed W~ley, been available as best man. stat~ for several ,Weeks, only Helen is a graduate of Wibaux high h~l been ,~tted tO school and has been employed at of, five wark in town since her gradua- iabo~ttory for t~stlllg"t~p to ~ion. o , Both the made thru ~rp~at~on. ~rldal at- willeH gifts. " Local .... tional 1i~: on the Dave ranch church near Savage; The newlyweds h~st of friends who Join were elected: them much |oy. and happiness :ln~t~el~ wedded life. of the cultivated land. The base acre- age for wheat in 1939 is 86,9~ acres or about 39 percent of the total cul- tivated land of the county The total soil depleting acreage 'f~r 1939 is 131;859 acres or about 60 per- the total eult4vated land in Ooidbn Valley cotmty. This is only about 1 percent less than the total soil ,depleting base set for 1938 "~ payments un4er the ~9 agrl- ~tural ~r~i~ ~rd~hi win be greater than the amount to .be paid for the 19~8 compliance. DAI~0TA'S "" NORTH DEMOCRATIC Francis Stough Mrs. W. A. Smith Miss Jufie Mills Mrs. Denton ~' ~"~-nt Vernon and vi~f~n,o "~hn of Mrs. PMeh- dinner was Under Gov. John Moses New Management I DeMolay Talent When the doors of the Palace Care! .~h,~p-ctn-ned ......... d Monda- mol-nln-! ~tvvv ~ ~l~u of this ~lby vp'v~v 3 ~[ --. it was under the ~ew managementi Th~ t~l^nt sh^w which was to be of John Browncity and his l the boys brother-in-law, Tim Redmond I ...... " .... has been postponed indefinitely ~c- ~r ~rown neeas no m~ro~ucemnI cording to Vernon Hathawayi' who is to the people of Beach and vieinitYlin charge of arrangements. and Mr. Redmond is a formerresmen~ ~ It was first decided ~ that the show here, having been employed in this city ~ would ,be held the week of. January a few years ago. During the past i~th, but due ~o unexpected develop- fi~ents it will have to be held later, About Watch the columns of the News for furthers: announcemnt~. . . lug playing open house at which time ....... '' and ~mgh- the Twin ered :, .... "" Married Monday est~ to 1929 and after that Company was formed. came part owner of-the which interests he stiU Mey, of last year Postmaster, Their union has been blessed with as ' A pretty wedding ceremony was Der- at the 'LUtheran church in ,-N,:'D, da :MondCtay of th!~ Miss Harriette Trehus of Mr. and Mrs. The0, M. of that city, to Mr,-Henry of Mr. and Mrs. Inar H. Watford City~ The servlc~ were performed bY Roy. O. 1~. ensgard, pa~wr of the ichurch. Miss Hariette Trehus is a graduate of the Arnegard high school and sinc~e then has made her home with her ,parents in that city. Mr. Dahl, local FSA supervisor, is a graduate of the Warlord City high s~hool, later Dickinson Mrs. HoWard Hardy, concerned. toward an the needy, Is Huge Success ,.e ooo . Ball at the S~turday night for. one of the gayest ga~h~ held in this city for : m0ntr~:' by the local Fift y.Seco: all the nol~ymakers of every der~iptlon along with oodles of confetti helped to mdke the evening one of hilarlCy. Carlyle--The Viking and Favorite The boys of the baseball club 4-H clubs of Ct~lva met at the home to thank the public for their fine" of AzaUa Hammond on December 26 tronage and it is planned to hold on at 10:30 a. m. Ruth Gttstafson is other a little later, with the proceeds ~r~esident of the Vikin~ club a,~ ~ It be used .to help defray the expena- L~ 1908 and moved ~ta is president of the Favorite gr0 es of a ~ ball c ub next summer. h~re in when he had himself the gave nlFrancis pa ,ne ..... machinery repair call by ,:~e ~ ~rom my bedr~m/ r~=Z ~'J~[.k~ .... .I - ha~ 0~..UC~ .~, window. Lois Anthony gzve a r~ort} x~a~ttt Uattlt~xWUUU ]~nt time. on her trip t~'Chicago and the [drl~] M~rried Dec. 27th ~ the Pioneer l~amll,V worked On ~l~r e~lor m~,nuals:~ch :~,;~ ~.,,.~ ity, Very was served ,at 12:30, and recreationl WibaR~,-A ma,~o~e ~ ~,,~-~ ~^ Beach took "~e form ....... ' ..... o ..~ ..,,~wv ~. ~ orm o~ a unrm~mas parw. our re ..... O.~..f, .......... -I ader~ is that of Francis Payne, ~,a~ u~ ~ ~na u~eone ~0L~ms recentl elee w ............. l y ted Treasurer of Wlbau~ on prizes m conces~s, zor~une~ were i County. to Tens Und whh tol" d " I erwood a an games payed been :'le ~ "':~ _~- .... - . " I te phone ' - .......... ' | eral years. Black Hawks Meet They were Medora On Montana, m. encounter at Mrs. l~rank ~aayne has grown to manhood in Wlbaux. is a graduate .of W'11~ux County High SchoOl. Dur- his llfe here Francis has n~e a ,h#~ of friends in the ~g~errl. py event Of May their winter of as full these teams and the ,COnTest uled to start at 7 p. m. WEBIS'S - ~f/LLIN G Trotter~-~A fair sized crowd' ~end- ed Webb"~"-~s~ Willing" Workers at the church ~arlors recently. A delicious pot luck dinner was served ,at ~bout 1:00 p. m. After dinner a short busi- ness meeting was held, and as yet. no meeting place for the January decided upon. We to add a new member to also were very happy over return_ af Mrs. Bernice Metealf long time. Editor . every happiness: Dec. 28 Dec: ~9 -7 Dec. 30 Dec, 31 Total preclpitatlon for 1 4O Jan, 2 46 Jan. 3 41 The Wheal; ............... Flax ........ Oats ............ ~. Barley ........ ;" 'and