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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
January 12, 1939     Golden Valley News
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New-s The G Ide o n Valley A mtinustion of The Beach Advance and The Beach Review W. R. Bratton and H. E. Enderle Editors and Publishers A weekly published every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota. Bntered as second class marl matter at the Postoffice at Beach, North Dakota, October 7, 1936, under the act of March 3, 1897 4 Advertising rates furnished upon request Subscription price $2.00 in No. Dak., Minn., Mont., and So. Dak., Elsewhere $2.50 When. You -'~,~- When days ~re dark an' the clouds har~ 10W, An the road is rough an long; When problems face ~mlon every hand, An' your plans have all gonewrons; When troubles come, an' your luck looks bad, An* you don t know what t' do-- Oh, then it is that you understand What a true friend means t' YOul When times ~e ~., an' you're foelin" P t" Aa thesun mmhinin brigh, When every day ~ ylm some new Joy, An' the world k quite all rilht~ , You'~ glad t' know that yottr frt~ds re nl An' will join you in your tun,- But you never learn what a true friend la, Till your troubles have begum! A lot o' folks treat you mighty well . While Tou have the ealh t' spend, But p~ ~ou ~ with a ua~lMa nod When you rally need d friend; They fall ~ then, astl~y always will In fl~ time o' deep ~ TO th~ an ~lfl~eea I've hM n~ ~ o" the ups4n'*dow~ That we,U ~ ~ in life, Or ~ care an ~lfe, somo 2__nd bp_?me with, chee n' ram. An hal ~ me see it through-- brecht relief in the t/me o need. As our ~ friends always de. S. LL~ White and Mrs. and son were dinner the Jerm Oronnin~ home Retold Schouboe of Carlyle is vis- Iting at the home of his sister, Mrs. Oloyd Bury and family. Mrs. Edwaxd Fasclflng was a Dick- Insert visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe ~manski and Of Mound spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. S. L. White. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kouba and daughters spent Saturday evenhlg at the John Iron.home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Z/ebarth, M. B. l~gfl~oom and Maurice, Mr. and Mrs, Oloyd Bury and family were guests for dinner at tl~e H. A. Bury's Sun- Mrs. John Irons were Bury home Mr. ~ .~ Heart Sonnek and sons were I of Mr. and Mrs. John ~ sunday. After a pleasant visit at the home @f her parents, Mrs. John Adams and ~um returned to their home at New ~Dastle, Wy0., Friday morning. Harry Haden spent a couple days ,visiting at the Bury home last week. Mr. and Mrs. John KnaPp enter- lathed at a six o'clock dinner Wed- needay evening. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ] Oamroth, Mr. and Mrs. John Jesok, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jesok and daugh- ter, Alice, Elmer and Eddie Kouba, M. 13. Hogobocm and M~urice and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kouba and family Were the guests of the evening. Cards ~ere the diversion. Nels Langdon and Andrew John- ~tOn entertained for dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Mert Buckley and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hail of Oldie, Mr. and Mrs, ~harlte Bohn and family and Mr. and Mrs, Otto Johnson and CAMEL'S HUMP I" I + Mrs. Mike Lardy entertained the Friendly Neighbors club last Thurs- daY. Seven members were present, and a lovely lunch was served at noon. The next meeth~g will be held with Mrs. Jimmy Johnstone on February 2. Phllltp Lardy and Frank Balducke were callers at the George Lardy home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wirtsfelt are the proud grand~xent~ o~ twin bays born te, ~ d~tlgllter who lives near Port- 4and, Ore. ~0nald Lardy, small son of George Lsrdy, has been ill, but is better at this writing. Mrs. Ben Maus and Peter Lardy were on the sick list last week. Herb Johnstone is visiting at the home of his daughter, Mrs. John Berg and family. ~Henry Hdghes is working at the Mark Reamer home. Ted Rink and Ralph Kirkpatr/ck were sawing wood in this vicinity on Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. Mark Reamer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Van Horn and family were supper g~ests at the Jimmy Johnstone home Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gallus were Sunday visitors at the Mike Lardy homo. The people north of Sentinel Butte are enjoying their telephones which they have just had installS, Andy Carlson has been doing th~linc work. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Ness are the par- l ents of a 9- pound baby girl, born December~ 27th. I Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feldmann and family and P.alph Sweet were Sunday visitors at the Jack Still home. , No employer can avoid contributions for t~employment insurance this year l~rnes, by ~ucing his staff to less than 8 The Whist Club went to, workers if he had eight or more for Ollte and played t the required time in 1938. I CLAS [FIED ADS The t~,m~ Pane at the Alpha hall Sunday afternoon, The Alpha I~lies Akl will+meet with Mrs. Ed Stioen January 19th for dinner. Bonnie View M~. John Callahan who has spent the ~ months at the home of her d~ughter, M~s. Jack Still, left Tues- day morning for Ra~Id City, South Dakot~ Where she will spend the re- maind~--r of the winter with another Callahan and son ROger, of Beach, drove to Rapid C!~y taking the eider rs, Callahan there. They returned the same evening. RaXph Sweet. who has been em- ployed at the Emil Kunick farm dur- ~g the past year, is visiting at the Henry Fvldmann home at present, Joe Pesha returned ~rom a two ~eeks vacation which he spent at Minor and other eastern points. came up from Dickinson made several calls View neighborhood that Stien was the teacher View school last year Denver, I in Dick- / 1 FO~t SALE OR TRADE--Piano in ] good condition. Inquire at the NewsI office, . 14-~tp. want TO nVr--SmaU tab I Inquire at News office. 6_t~ FOR SALg---All modern 5 room house tn good cond/tion. Write Mrs. Edith Sparrenberger, Portage, Wise., or see Dr. Lyons for particulars, 10-tf THE PARK CAFE for good meals, lunches, etc. Also beer. pop, candy and cigarettes. desired. Mxs. W. C. Bradley, 13-1to FOR SALE--Stock saddle, g(~d as new. D. M. snow, Beach, No, Dak, 14-3tp Stomach Gas One d~ ~ A.DX~RIKA qui~V.lY r~. ~level ga~ bloaung, elean~ out BOT~ ripper and lower b~wels, alIoww ~Ott t@ action, yet ent Y gnt and safe. PLUMB~G AND HEA'I~NG Sheet and Metal Work No Job Too Laxge Or Too ~ai,, 0LaUS KISHOVD THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS "- -- , |,~u NewsOddmes .... by Squier" GOLVA HOMEMAKER'S CLUB Carlyle -- The Golva Homemakers' will meet at the home of Mrs. George C~arey on Thursday, January 12th, when the project le~ders'~--'w~"~lve their first lessons on "Homemaking-- A Real Profession. " Deductions from pay checks in N. I~k., are for old age insurance and I~K)T for unemployment compensation. In North Dakota the worker nothing for unemployment compensa'~ tion. Report of the condition of ']:he IIeARMI~Rs dL MERCHANTS BANK at Beach, in the State of North Da- kota. at the close of business December 81, 1938. ASSETS 1. Loans and discounts (including $7.68 over- drafts .............................. $150.576.26 2. United States Govern- ment oblli~atlons, di- rect and guaranteed..~ 12,818.76 3. Obllgation~ of States "~" and political subdi- visions .: .......................... 21,759.04 4. Other bonds, notes, and debentures ........ None 5. Corporate stocks (in- cluding None; stock of Federal Reserve bank) 9,950,00 6. Cash. balances with other hawks, including reserve balances, and cash Items in process of collection ....................... 70,820.06 7. Bank premlnee owned $12,000.00, ~urnlture and fixtures $4,826.70 .... 16.326.70 (Bank premises owned are subJe~t to None liens not assumed by bank) 8, Real estate owned other than bank pre- mises .............................. 6,351.50 9. Investments and oth- er assets indirectly representing b a n 1~. premises or other rea~ estate ............................ None 10, C%tstomers" liability to this bank on ~e- acceptances outstand- ing ................................ None 11. Other assets ................ None 12. TOTAL ASSETS ........ $300,480.56 LIABILITIE~ 13. Demand deposits of individuals, partner- ships, and corpora- tions ................................ $118,728,18 14. Time deposits of in- dividuals, partner- ships, and corpora tlons ................................ 108.679.61 15. I)epo~lts of United States Government (in- eluding postal sav- ln~g s) ................................ 5,000.00 16. Deposits of States and political subdivi- sions .............................. 15~g55.29 17. Deposits of banks .... None 18. Other deposits (cer- tified and officers' checks, etc ................... 1,905.77 1@. Total Deposits l~lg.elk~ 20. Bills payable, redid- counted, and other li- abilities for borrowed money ............................ None 21. Mortgages or other liens, None on bank premises and none on other real estate ...... None 22. Acceptances executed by or for account of this bank and out- standing .................... None 23 Other l]s~bllitles ........ None 24. Total Lia,bllitles (not including obligatione shown In item 33 ............ 249,633.85 CAPITAL ACCOUNT 25. Capital ............................ 45 000,00 26 Surplus .......................... 5',00~.00 27. Undivided profits ........ 810.71 28. Reserves (and retire- ment account for pre- ferred capital .............. None 29. Total Capital Account 50,816.'/1 80, Total Liabilities and Capital Account ............ $00.480.56 This bank's capital consists of $20,000.00 of capital notes and d~ben- tures; first preferred stock with total par value of $20,000.00, re- tireable at $20,000.00; second pre ferred stock with total par value of $ None, retlrable at $ None: and common stock with total par value I~,~t I25,000.00, ME~0RA_NDA 31. Pledged assets (and securities 1 ca n e d) Accurately According to your doctor's Orders WALL DRUG We Deliver Phone 31 IN FAKO0 THURSDAY, JAN. 12, 1939 (book value): (a) U. S. Government obligations, direct and guaranteed, pledged to secure deposits and oth- er liabilities .................... None (b) Other assets pleged to secure deposits and other liabilities (in- cluding oozes and bills rediscounted and se- Curities sold under re- purchase agreement None (c) Assets pledged to qualify for exercise of fiduciary or corpor- ate powers, and for purposes other than to secure liabilities .... None (d) Securities loaned .... None (e) TOTAL ...................... None 32. Secured and prefer- red Liabilities: (a) Deposits secured by pledged assets pursu- ant to requirements of law ............................ None (b)Rorrowlngs secured by pledged assets (ln- clu d 1 n g rediscounts and repurchase agree- ments) ............................ None (c) Other liabilities se- cured by pledged as- sets ................................ None (d) Deposits preferred under provisions of law but not secured by pledge of assets .... None (e) TOTAL ...................... None 33. (a) Unpaid dividends on prefrred stock and unpaid interest on capital notes and de- bentures, accrued to end of last dividend or interest period, not included tn liabil- ities or reserves above 3.147.12 (b) Other obligations not Included In item 24 which are subor- dinated to claims of depositors and other creditors ........................ None 34. On date of re- port the required legal reserve against depos- its of this bank was 39,064.80 (b) A s s e t s reported above which were el- igible as legal re- serve amounted to ...... 70,820.06 I. P. J. Edkins, Cashier, of the above-named bank, do ~olemnly swear that the above statement is true. and that it fully and correct- ly represents the true state of the several matters herein contained and set forth, to the best of mY knowledge and belief. Correct Attest: P. J. EDKINS, Cashier. R. T. Thompson. T. E. Hudson, Directors State of North Dakota, Count~j of GOlden Valley, ~,s: Sworn to and subscribed before me this 6th day of January, 1935, and I hereby certify that I am not an officer or director of his bank. My Commission expires April 22, 1943. JAMES DONALDSON, Notary Pu'bllc. Gaff Clark was a Bonnie View vls-~ itor on Saturday. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. V. G. MORRIS BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA Phones HOUSF_e--56 OFFICK-40 GUY LEE ATTORNEY Sentinel BUtte, N. DsiL DR. LORNE R. FORBES ostee~ PHYSICIAN AND S~N General Conflnemmt V~ Veins- llem~rhol~ Office Phone ~9 ~ Pho~ KEOHANE & KUHFELD ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phone 1~ Beach, North l~kota DR. O. R. NIECE ~ BEACH. NTRTH~ DAKOTA I I ! W. 12. BRADLEY, M. D. Physleism and Surgeon "'I Glasmm Fitted Beach, N.D. .... : Phones: Office 13; Rwiden~ 1~ JUDG E F0 YOURSELF= People tell us the PARK CAFE is the most friendly and enjoyable Cafe in this vicinity. Come sample our hospital- ity and enjoy our fine meals. You, too, will like us. THE PARK CAFE E. F. 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