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Beach, North Dakota
January 12, 1939     Golden Valley News
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January 12, 1939
 
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e Go And THE BEACH REVIEW =VOLUME 3 B1a&naw W And Loose One During Past Week The Beach Black Hawks won and lost'one during the past week, both games being played On the home floor. Last Friday night ~ ~Itou~xiders of Medora were handed.'a 24 to 35 defeat lyon ! in a game that started out very much t~n~ L~ favor of the-Hawks hut the fight- [ _f ~ ~g Medora club kept their regular Dace to close the large gap in the score Which the ,Hawks held, ~ to 6 at half The Roughriders counted only goal and four gift shots dur- ing the first two quarters while the t~tch~ boys made ]$ field goals and ttu'~,SUt shots. ~30yd, high scorer for the visitors, Wild in the last half to sink Ibaskets while Jones, forward for the Rawks was high point getter. W~ I~ points. BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEYCOUNT~ NORTH Fire At Court House Causes Little Damage At about 10:30 Thursday morning the local fire department was sum- moned to put out a fire at the (~urt House. The fire, of unknown origin, started in the court room but~ other ot~anl smoking up the building; did :ver~r.Itt-4 tie damage. A~ ~'~~I~ W~ibas-| ket were taken't~ ;t~d b~Id~gane/ the Job c~one in ~b~ order. It was [ also reported tha~ Fireman Jack Lindt] c~rrled 0ut tWo~ stenographers whoI were ovenco~. #by smoke. Wibaux. J .Sth 'Wlbaux-.-James OqRourke passed J"~.~ Iba_Tuesday evening of this week the, u~. ~gawks were defeated by the fast nl~luno JEm~ravelL~ All-Stars from Bottlnvau, N. ) S , of~wD., who took an easy game 31 to 45 vai~,.~: ~ alter h qding a commading lead of 23 to 10~i~ half time. The,~ird period the locals played their best ball out scoring the traveling 10 to 1,~ points. Becatme of the size of the floor and the fact that the All-Stars carry only five men, they were unable to pu~ on the basketb~ll performance that they show the crowd buL they were ~V~ ~ good fight which was inter- , em~g to the sp~ctators. "~in ~preliminary game the Beach ~lack Skippers, played the Wibaux girl's club and defeated them 11 to 1~ "which was either team's game:u~til the,. last few. minutes- Of play. scorer for team's points Scored 6 points for the W~baux New PatrolCars away at the home of his parents, Sun- day morning at 8:30., . Ire the fact tlaa~.:~y hav~s been in Ie was bor,~ J-~ ~fl) 19~ -*-~,,~ [~vJ~e.ever. since "th'e;~tml- was es- the third child of Mr. ~n~ Mhs..F~nk [abltshed in 29~, .- .:, ~ . O~ourke He n~y~ ', |~thi~:'~ts| The new cars, alIl~ted black, bear to Wibsux whe~'~ ~-A~ ~4 ~-h001] white letters on the side doors of each and f e ~ "warked in : e{ coupe reading State Highway Patrol, ___ or som .... ~. ........ ,, - th_ kota" Reynolds store. "Af~ that he drove a ~ North Da . . L>unng the curren~ winter months car in a car cara~n until about a year ago when he was compelled toBetterb d"ar'en come home because Of :LU health. Last Augusg it was n~ to amputate his left arm because o~ ~n ailment and for a time he S@e~'to improve but Christmas day he ~collap~ and ~tcadily grew worse until the~end came. Jim was ~ happy, patient young man ~d ]~aves a host of friends besides his parents, Mr~ 9xtd Mrs. Frank O~qtourke;~ .one brether,~ Francis of Montford, WIS.~ . S#" sisters, Martha, Margaret and Ka'thyrn of Denver, Colo., Beatrice of Seattle, Wash., and Agnes and Florence at home. and other rehtives to mourn his passing. All the family and an aunt, Mrs. Mien of circle, Mont., have been help- ing to care for him. Funeral services were held Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock from the Cath- oEc church of which he w~s a member. An aunt, Mrs. Witnermute of Fair- view~ came for the services. State ForPast Year Shows Increase Bismarck, N. D., Jan. 12--In Nov- ember 32.8 percent of the state's pop-Beach Meets Model received public aid from fed- eral, state an~ prod-ares. HighAt Dickinson The current I~ percent . higher -tha1~ in November~ I~7, but[ Undefeated in pro-conference games " 15~ Pe~enL lower than the figure for]tl~e high school basketball squad will that period in 1936, when 48 percent I traveP to Dickinson tonight (Thurs- received 'ald. ! day) to take on the strong Model Stat~ show that the grea~st High quintet In the first Northern number received help from the feder- Missouri Slope Conference tilt. ally-financed programs such as WPA, ; Model High is reported.as having a ~A, CC~ ~nd~ NYA. According r~ strong team. and those WhO nave seen the State Ptlbllc Welfare Board re- both teams in action rate the local , I~a~t, 29 percent of t/m population was aided by these programs. State and county governments, thru -the General Relief program, extended -~dd to three percent of the population and 1.7 percent was listed on Social S~mrlty programs, financed by all 3 U~!ts Of government. Tabulation by counties revealed a division into three groups of eleve~ la 1t counties over 50 percent- of the Population was on rellof, in the eec- or~d I1 the number was between 40 :arid 50 percent, a thLrd group listed between 30 and 40 percent, and I0 to '20 percent were listed in the last 11. Nine counties had 10 to g0 percent of the-~ population on relief rolls. Enjoy Treats At Palace Opening A large crowd of well wishers drop- in on John Brown and Tlm Red- afternoon at the Pal; Cafe and enjoyed coffee and which the boys were set- between the hours of g s~d taken over the first these well known crowd is any Indi- business they will do, indeed be a success. FAIR- IN CIA)SE CONTEST Buccaneers as the underdogs. About ten boys will make the trip to Dickinson with Coach Sevland, and the starting line-up will be about the same as for the two previous games. Sevland arranged the game for Thursday as that night the Mlnot Teachers college will meet the Dickin- son Savages. The Beach-Model High game was originally scheluled for Frl- day ?-Sht. Olfie Resident Miles Wee, prominent and farmer of the Ollie ed away January 1, 1939, at g:00 p. m. at the Baker hospital, where he had been a patient several months, ill with heart trouble and compleca- lions. Services were held Tuesday after- noon from the U. B. church at O11ie with the Lutheran pastor. O. B. Ouid- seth of Baker. officiating. The church last respects to one who had lived so was filled with friends payin~ their long in their midst. Interment was made in the Ollle cemetery. 8ol Ca~ ren of Baker was in charge Of ar- rangements. evening the high team from Falrview high school team here fought game the out an 18 to 19 victory the lead sev- the Wibaux Inde- the Dakota Ramblers Bottineau, N. D., won by the traveling AID MEETS : B. IzdJes Aid met Mrs. Rich, lovely dinner was The THE BEACH ADV. ~, 1939 come back for more beatings. Exper~ 50,000 tons of prepared poison bait in players--C. J. Eide, Glen Cook, Earl centre] efforts. Miller and Charlie Lingke are always on hand to show beginners the ways Tt~ WEAT~F~R and means of becoming a proffessional. Wednesday night at the Hotel Beach at 8 p. m. is checker time. For LocaLheSlth ing to ~ q~ spread of a skin epi- demic that has become prevalent amor~ the yomag/eldldren of Beach. 15 the Thru the cooperation show signs ( Butte and Beach civic or~f~t~aI ordered arrangements are being made 'to I~M a benefit dance the proceeds ofy~ used in aiding crippled ~,~- in Golden Valley CountY. not be a Prestdm~'a ? this year it w~de~ in dogs or of Ja~tUat~. to ~0th. Ban, as Is pn- "" epidemic, erally known, is p~~of Lions And ,..v. The North ~_ 1~undat~ and~ to main- Patrol IO of 1~1 patrol equlpp~l ~ are ~ ~--tm retest s~e~ ",.~ ; pau.o~ car oarriee ~ var~ of ~. ~1~,~,,,, The new cars reply, "eevet1~ older equipment. ~lufllng the fol- "- t~IIUW The Publk modela ~t have.,become obsolete due can of gasoline, axe, ~lyd~ulic they will for speed wrench, pliars and~ other whatever funds may first aid kit, .fire At a meting of LiOn'S local co~h~untty, siren, spot club on Monday were arrangements whatever set of tire made for a county realized it will be camera, flares, in Beach on ' night of January 50, be Ahead~-P~mal." The Northern Pacific of what is hoped "Will car. is equipped withtubesSp~lal, making a the benefit Of puncture proof cars of agricultural will Balltal s sell By Conservation Golva The much- wo~.hwbi~ next dBy " Frd vNi htl"" . * schedule. _r.e . ,:... _ _l.~a__.......,made for the use of the Beach Com. ,11,.1[ " - ~J l '' "/ " ~ [munitv hall where a program ooverir~lwIDallX , -- [;!~ " ~ , . ~about two hours will be carried out.I -~ a ers m sted in a good Beach Bantams play eirl ral speakers will be here from the] Tn demonstraUon for the arrangements of f~ame of the season Friday night]State]~ollege, ~ ~,v .a..a ~.~o~,,1I ~,,la~ a goOd garden plot will do well to visit of~/. t~ !s week when they meet the~' A.-d:I~r, of St. Paul, agrictilt~ral r~1 W ~ ~t~,~l _t_t_~e one !._ust .~.mpleted V the farm. Of ~,~a,~cl~ on the local ~. . [=d~_~lOpm~.t ,~: {o.r.~ No_r~zrn .rlav Jan. reo?. :. ~umc5 one ana a na~ mues ]':i~ Ban,~-~eid :-. .. . - eas~ o~ ~ame ~u~e. . .~ ~on Iast w~ end WJth'~ ~ ~..mm~.n,9~e~~.:~ .~_" ':' ..- ' The arrangement andlocation.of the :~Ut of candidates foe the t~.IVlsor ~re bothpr~ to e~the ~ .~.._~.,,,ss.^# ~,a,,. County ........ " d t of e re and tbtt .. z~; om,,v, ,.4m ~, ,,,,v ~ garden is. almost ideal. Close to the Although they are short of practme I e MIS th p gram ~ ~#~- ~-~-~^~ Will ~"~'~'* -~'umu,, house and on a nt cars .u.,~. ,.~,'-,'~ . z,-~.,~., ~-','~ ge le northeast slope. ~ey are expected, to give Golva a| ,-,.,...,~,,, .... ~..~.o M...~., wh~h A dam has been built 11 " ~" ...... ~ ........... "~ "~ this fa for ~rilling contest. [ The Community Betterment Cam- ,o~o~ ,~o~o t,, +~, t'~..~ ~v~.~.~ water storage from which the garden The Beach Black Skippers travel[mittee from the Beach Lions Club will ~'~h~h~h~:~'~l ~,~'~ in~'~ ill "rri r ~ ~ ~ ""6 ~ w ~... ..., .... w be ~ gated The ga den is situ v nin to have char e of the arrangements Fur " to Sentinel Butte the same e e g [ g " " ~ Wednesday eveninu a~.~ 35th ated just below the dam On good deep play the Sentinel Butte girl's team for lther notice of this meeting will appear .... ~" ....... black soil. first meeting this year. in the columns of The garq~ plot has been next few dition for planting early in the stad, Elmer Hasbrook. Frank .~ Luke Stilsby--Olen l~lnkle In fact lettuce has been planted this] Glen Wolf, Ted Wall. Ben Thompson Emmy Pe~Vlrginia Manning fall to give it an early start. I For: Co trolOf peppinS--~axine Riley A snow fence has been built along[ n b~u Triffet--Ine~ Larson the north and west .from odd: cesI 'Hoppe In N, D, ~Ok01Oski of discarded lumber. This "fence will rS serve as a snow catcher .to pile snow On ~ Coffm~n the garden this winter ad as a wind -. -- break in the summer, migratory the ,' where ideal e den plots could -:in North Dal~ta an~ is] ~ artd this demonstration ~ be found to pest ~gah~St which farmers of thet More than I00,000 farmers in North that a ~ance will follow the play, be well worth the drive. During nice state will have to direct their most Dakota will receive paYments totalling weather in the winter the surveying ~gorons thrusts. $17290,000 du ng~ ~ ~w ~nths Mother Of Local can be done, For further information This is pointed out by F. Gray under the 19~-agricultural conserva- Resident Passes relative to such plans call CoUnty Butcher. NDAC extension entomolo- tlon program, according to an estimate Agent Ruben who win be more than gist, in explaining the results of fed, made .bY. J; T. K Dtrtw0o~, State ~ , pleased to help you. exal grassholyper surveys hero. AAA executive officer. Tom French, mechanic at t~ ~ . Remarkable ac~rat~ ~ forgeasting An increase of nearly twelve million ensen Machine Shop, was Party Held For i~ta~o~ in r~:~nt years have been dollars In,.~gg9 payments is expected, Williston,,by the illness and death Helen Minke ]the government surveys. The estimate said Dr.~. The ~timated in-lhh mother who passed away S~t'u~y -~-- ~ ~v. ~'1 or 1939:t~dicates that 8,198,395 acres crease ove~.~8"'is due to the increased|morning. Tnursuay ~ignLof crop and idle land, and 935,875 wheat payments for 1939, whioh willl I~tle ~rer~.e~t took --. , ]acres of range land. are involved, be 17 cents. a bushel instead of last On Thursday evening of 1~t weekI Definite plans for controlling pestg c~n~ i~ 1938, plus another 10 to 12 Ttmsd~y about 20 friends gathered at the home on idl n~ nd ar~. . I e land and on ra~e la___ ___ cents a bushel for tho~e who stay in Funeral of Mrs. M. Miske and staged a fare-l being made by control officials this their wheat acreage allo~en~, he well party for Miss Helen Miske ear Butcher sa " " :" I Y ' ys. Last year farm- said. The evening was spent play t 4glera who cooperated efficiently in con, Applicants in 1938 received i~cents] relatlv~.' eardsand visiting, ~Jter which refresh-I trolling the hoppers on their own a bushel as a wheat paYment on the ments were ~erved. ' ' |lands c~inued to be menaced by the normal yield of an increase not in ex- Edwin Anderson, ' Helen accompanied her sister ~ttY, I.m~rath~g ~h~ts from idle land and cess of the allotment established for e trom range land where no to Superior, Wisconsi~, where sh [wor- po~g h~s ~. Ivine K was {lOne plans tc enter business college.:BettY In " " ' " A general payment was ~ on hasbeen vi~Uns~ relatives and. f~+n'ds . . the I~.~ control.. . Program now the national, rate of $1J~ per acre A wedding ceremony in and around Beach ~o~-a ~: of ~ d ev~ it is ~ that and .the applicant's payment was de- ed at the Methodist weeks, and iS ~mployed at Superior. and