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Beach, North Dakota
January 5, 1939     Golden Valley News
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January 5, 1939
 
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Gavel Industry N~W$ Booming With the beginning Of tmyments t0 North Dakota 1939, marks era in economic security kota workers. The North Dakota Compensation Division" final necessary steps to in read~ness for the P.te payment of ' ance benefits after flr~ ?of year. North states to tion Bismarck, N. D., new "lie detector" up today in the s~tte "it Will be criminal cases. encased in a pol- two feet long is kn0~n as the polygrap~h, Invented by Dr. of Northwestern Un- Com~ - operation t/~ best operators. lint two. - Attorney General James ~who took a six-weeks study Dr. Keeler, declared the but asserted error In the very is one of 1| Trust thmcl to more The weekly per centum of the ~vo~ker's full,tA~e weekly, wage, but not more than $IL00 per week, nor less ~than elt~r IDA9 or three-fourths of such full ~hne w~kly worker to receive benefits must have pioyer durng 1938 receive unemploy- ment compensation benefits. Eligible unemployed workers are re- quired to report at their nearest 1oc~l State EmploYment Servioe Office to register for work and file their claims for benefits. The worker should bring his Social Security Account Card with him, Workers are advised that in no case will benefit checks be sent out be- fore the last week in Jantmry, since each claimant must be totally unem- ployed for a waiting period of two weeks, and then serve an additional week of unemployment before he Will be eligible for benefits, State Employment Service offices are located in B~smarck. Devils Lake, Fargo, Grand Forks. Val- City, Minot and Williston. Mr. W. M, Abernethy from north of ]~each has been on the sick list during the past week CLAS: IFIED ADS WANTED--Someone in this vicinity to take over slightly used beautiful ! small model piano by paying out j balance on original contract. This[ is a REAL BARGAIN. Small men-1 thly payments if desired. If inter- ested, write at once to Credit Man-! agcr. Tarts MuMc, Company, Bis- marck, North Dakota, 13-2tc, SAI~ OR TRADE---PIano , in at the News 14-2tp, FOR SALE OR RENT--A~o@~m seven room house, Write Mary M. Wiley, Wyo~, Mont. 10-4 tp. FOR SAL~--AII modern--~ room house~ h-~ good condition. Write Mrs: Edith Sparrenberger, Portage, Wise. or see Dr. Lyons for particulars. IO-tf Tn~~ c~ 'f,~ gooa m~ lunche~-etc, Aiso beer, pop, candy mad eigarettet. California David Lynn, capitol architect (right), watches E. S. Kenyon, machin. i~, replenish a supply of gavels for Speaker William B. Bankhead, to be Uedd~ this session of congress. ~The gavels are made in the capit~ Keeler mtac~ shop. make Vic Renstrom, R. C, Doyle and Jiml Leo Nistler got a coyote last Thurs- -2 left Monday for Bismarck ] day which makes several he has caught becallse anY erro~ ,~ z ae~ they attended the inauguratlonlthis fall, computation of r~s" by the. oper- of Gee. Moses on Tuesday. The'men| Mr. and Mrs., Gee Stull and son returned home Wednesday and report|spent New Years Eve at the Orstad The lnstummen~s r~cerd on a graph a most enjoyable time. | home. in~ividual's emotional response to ,~ ! a question, he said. ~ GARNER~ I At The Churches : Mr. a~d M~'s. T. Wosepka and Edv~rd JHI I ., l IIII Dorothy and Kenneth were dln~[er the A family reunion was held over lguests" New Years ~ayat the:Wagner holidays at the J. C, Butterfield home home in Sentinel ~utte. when Bob ButterL~Id ,and familyI John Hanson spent Christmas at'the came for a two week s v~it. Ben ana IAr, ~T,~o~,~ ~o hls daughter drove down from Rlchi Mr T " ~ t s uetla Tull and daughter Helen for a few days. The~. returned to,~came up from Dickinson for Christmas their homes December 26th." Dr. ann l at Shoen's returning home Monday Mrs. C. ~. Fuller were mac gues~S}evening" Mr and Mrs. Nick Gamroth at the Buttefleld home for a couple Of!and children were also dinner guests days but were unable to stay frlat the Sheen home, Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Jeff But-I Mrs, Bert Fasching and little daugh- terfield declared that the old home ltcr Marlene was a week end visitor was brightened up by the return of'with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. T We- fl~eir chidlren. Mr. and Mrs. Thee, Kunick and two daughters were visiting relatives at Dickinson Christmas. BEACH LUTH~KAN CHURCH Oliver Everette, Pastor BEACH:-- Sunday School, 10 a. m. Services, 11 a. m. Annual meeting, Friday, Jan. 6th, 7:30 p. m. All voting members be present The Ladies Aid meeting and sup- for this Friday will not be held. per which was previously announced The L. D.R. will meet Tuesday, Jan. 10, at the home of Mrs. Victor Thompson. sepka. The Schmelling children have been on the sick list. Kunlck, Sr., and the Vincent Volesky Edward and Dorothy Wosepka and Samily were Sunday guests of Mr, and!Rodney and Kermi~ Sheen attended 'Mrs. Emil Kunick, ]the Birthday party for Ann Michels Mr. and Mrs. V. Yolesky drove to at her home last Monday evening and Dickinson Tuesday to visit ~elatives'report a F.ne time. and to attend a wedding of Mr. Vol-! esky's neice. The boys stayed at the HAPPY NEW YEAR Butterfield home while they were I, Mrs. George Stull returned home away. I Saturday after a week's visit with her daughter Mrs, Fred McManigal. ~onnie .V:ew ~Mr and Mrs. John Fakler spent New Year's Day with home folks and in ilhe afternoon Mr, and Mrs Herlnan Wassmann and boys, Mr. and Mrs Gee A number of folks gathered at the Stull, Dick and Pal helped them spend] Bonnie View school on Saturday ev-'ta merry afternoon and evening. I ening to watch the old year out and,. John Benson was a caller at the] tl~e New Year in. The evening was Wassman home Saturday. ] ~pent~uen in dancing and cards were play- Herman, Fred and Maurlce Wass- [ re rt a m~nn were Alpha visitors Friday [ ed,. and those attending pc SENTINEL BUTTE:- Sunday School, 1:30 p. m. Services, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Sophia Strowe of Valley City is] Mr. ~nd Mrs. Vincent Volesky, Ed- vsiting at the Lewie Drewniak andI UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH gar and Francis enjoyed a watch Jack Fasching homes. J Herman Grove, Minister party at the Butterfield home where Rodney Sheen returned to school atI they were served a delightful lunch Dickinson Monday after ten days va-I Unified Worship Service at 10:15. at midnight. I q3tlon at home C.E. at 6:30; Evening servlces at Mr and Mrs Thee Kunick and two E G Sh e " ' I oen attended th~ County 7:30. daughters, Mr. ~nd Mrs, Theodore i Committee meeting in Beach Friday Mid We~k Services at the Parish Kunick and three girls, Mr, and Mrs: anti Saturday House on Wednesday evenings. LlOOd time. nd Zeilar returned to Beach Sunday evening after Spending a week with relatives at Elgin, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehis were New Year's daY guests at the h~ne of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Uetz0 .in Sentinel Butte. Floyd Braden and John MoCaskey returned to Sidney last week M~nday after spending five days at their re- spective homes here. Harry Halstead and son Harold, M, O Wallace and J~ck Callahan of Beach were callers in Bonnie View Monday afterrSmn. Mr. and Mrs, A. F. Doblar enter- tained a number of guests at a New Year's Eve party at their home Sat- urday night. FOR RENT--Fumish~ desired, Mrs. W, C. Bradley, . School was resumed at Bonnie View FOR SALF,--S~k saddle, good as new. Monday morning after a Christmas D, M. Snow, Beach, No. D~k. I4-~tp vacation of a week. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH W. A. Smith, Pastor BEACH: Sunday School, 10:00 a. m. Don't forget to bring your bibles. Mr. Bel- er's class is leading in the contest. IMorning Worship, 11:00 a.m. St, John's Service with Masonic Lodge Members as guests. Christi:u~ Endeavor. 7:00 p. m. Consecration Service. Ladies Aid on Thursday of next week. Election of officers. SENTINEL BUTTE: Sunday School. 2:15 p. m. Church Service. 3:00 p m. The Ladies Aid will mee~ on Thurs- day afternoon \ THOMPSON [00 IqARII[T . SATURDAY ONLY Flour, IGA ..... 5 lb. sack 25c IGA ..... 50 oz. can 23c ......... 3 pkgs. 29c ..... 2 lbs. 29c 18.K ..... tall can 05c .... doz39c assorted 6 bars25c " \ ~ , , / / Flour, Red 0wl, for finest quality $1.29 Butter nut coffee, reg., drip, lb. 27c Grapefruit, whole sections, 2 cans 27c Pan Cake Flour, self rising, 4 lbs... 19c Penick Syrup, dark ..... gal. 54c BACON SQUARES, ....... pound 17c LARD ................. 4 lbs. 43c ap Enjoy this fresh Grapefruit| Gr efruit,om ~o-~,o,o., ~-~..noz. 23c Green Onions, from Louisiana gardens bunch ......................... 5c Lemons, colds, doz. 29c Oranges, Seedless. 2 for 19c THURSDAY, JAN. 5, 1939 The city s~0ols opened yesterday morning wlth all members of the fac- ulty hack from .their holiday vaca- tions, The students are now prepar- ing fbr ~e semester exams. Relief Expenditures {~tlnued from ]['~m One) the expenditure of the past year Mr. Longstreth has prepared the follow-I lug report on monies expended by the~! various agencies: WPA ....................... $55,028 FSA Gr~-~s ................ 23,111 CCC ........................ 8,825 NYA ....................... 774 OAA ....................... 9,744 ADC ....................... 702 AB ......................... 212. Surplus Commodities ...... 16,263 General Relief ............. 6,639 TOTAL .................. 121.298 i I The year of 1938 saw a decided ln-I crease in relief expenditures, the 1937i total having been $98,885.00. The Gen-l erM Relief Program, SUrplus Com- modities and CCC were reduced but all~ others gained. The greatest in- crease was made by WPA through the Drouth Relief program which em- ployed In the neighborhood of 160 farm cases. Of the expenditures the county shares as follows: 50 per cent of the general relief, 25 per cent of the OAA and 33 1-3 of the At:K~. Blind aid is carried by the state and Federal governments jointly. The share which the county carries must be met from the poor fund which for the year 1938-39 amounts to only $3,000.00 un- der the present maximum tax levy. This amount can be raised only un- der a 100 percent tax collection, which at present is highly unlikely. The Commissioners advise that there can be no transfer from other funds as the cash has been exhausted. The practice of the past year has been to transfer from available funds. I Relief expenditures are on the up- ward trend, in the opinion of Mr. Longstreth, and will continue to rAse until such time as this county might have a profitable crop and profitable farm operations making self-support possible. Tourist Trade (Continued From Page One) 3.400 miles. Such a system, it has been found, would carry 65 percent of all rural traffic and should therefore be hard-surfaced. Such a system, too, officials indicate, can be completed by the end of 1941 if all federal funds now available to North Dakota can be matched with monies coming from state sources. Federal funds, reqmring matching on a 50-50 basis, now alloted or ear- marked for this state, totaI $7,018,711~ plus an additional $1,774,376 that does not have to be matched. Non match- ing funds are available principally for grade crossing speration proposals. Nortt~ Dakota State Highway dep]rt- mere funds are derived from two sources: (1) one-half of motor vehicleI license fees, about $650,000 per annumI covering 170.000 vehicles; and (2) two- thirds of ne~ motor fuel $1,730,000 per North Dakota, gifted to make present affairs stream of tourist trafl~e through this state each year can become a reality informed sources say. NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- TATE OF ANSON V. COWEE, KNOWN AS A. V. CO-WEE. DeC'eas- ed. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned. Executrix of the Last Will and estate of Anson V. Cowee, also known as A, V Cowee, late of the Town of Wibaux in the County of Wl'baux and State of Montana. deceased to the creditors of, and all persons having claims against said decedent to exhibit them with the necessary vouchers within six months after the first publication of this notice to said Executrix at the office of Ins M. Still her Resident Agent in the City of Beach in said Golden Valley County. North Dakota* or to the County Judge of ~aid County, NOTICE is hereby further given that the time and place fixed by the Court for hearing and adjusting such claims are the 18th day of July, 1939. at ten o'clock A. M. in the Cour~ Rooms of the County Court in the Court House in the City of Beach. in the County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota. Dated this 4th day Of Januar~ 1939. CLARA COWEE. Executrix. :Keohane & Kuhfeld. Attorneys for Executrix. Beach, North Dakota. First publication on the 5th daY" of January. 1939, January 5-12-19 NOTICE TO CREDITORS IN THE M.~TTER OF THE ESo TAT~ OF Josephus R. Boyer~ De- ceased. Nottce is hereby given I~v the Uno dersigned, Peter Thompson, Admln* istrator of the Estate of Josephus~ R. Boyer. late of the Township 0~ Beach in the County of Golden Val- ley and State of North Dakota, do- ceased, to the creditors of.a~dd all p_ersons having claims against said Deceased. to exhibit them wz~n ne- cessary vouchers, within six months after the first publication of this notice, to said Administrator at the office of Keohane & Kuhfeld in the City of Beach In said Golden Val- ley CountT, or to the Judge of the Coun,ty COUrt of Golden Valley County at the office in the ~ourt House in the City of Beach. Golden Valley County, North Dakota, You are hereb~v further notified that Hon. A. E. Kastien. JUdge of the County Court within and ~or r.no County of Golden Valley. and State of North Dakota~ has fixed the' 17th davy of July A. D. 1939. at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon of said day. at the Court Rooms, in the Court House in the City of Beach In said County and Si~te. as the time and place for hearing and aJusting all cIalms against t~/e es- tate of the said Josephus R. Boyer, Deceased. which have bees d111 and regularly presented as hereinbefore provided. Dated January 3rd A. D, 19~9. PETER THOMPSON, Administrator of the Estate of Josephus R. Boyer. Deceased. First publication on the 5th day of January A. D 1939. Keohane & Kuhfeld, Attorneys for Administrator. Beach. North Dakota. Januar~ 5-12-19 ra~ 5~ Hay l:mi~ afte %: thel 10 B the five the usu givi estl Ii Bla girl ~wht the Wh~ for Sentinel Butte, N. Dak. F. T. Reynolds Co. Beach, North Dakota We Deliver Free .I.Ph, me 75 I APPLES, fancy 40 lb. box ....... $1.49 Apples, fancy Delicious, 40 lb box $1.79 Corn Meal, white or yellow, 10 Occident Whole Wheat, 10 lb sack 35c Pure Preserves, 5 lb. pail S,r~w~,r~ 83c Rasvberry Cut Lunch Herring, Booth's qt. jar 36c Booth's Boneless Cod'Hsh, lb box 28c Cheese, Longhorn, Colby Style, lb. 21c HONEY New No. l0 pail .......... 85c Red Pitted Cherries, No. 10 can ... 59c Kitchen King Catsup, No. 10 can ..49c Fresh Oysters, Booth's Fancy Selects