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January 14, 1932     Golden Valley News
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January 14, 1932
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~AQE EIGHT THE BEACH, N. D.. ADVANCE "I~UR~DAY. jANUARY 14, 1932 NEWS AND ODDITIES OF LIFE II . J ii :Mfllersbxtrg, , Ohio--An alleged younges~ grandmother in Los An- ~merey murder' of a two-year-old geles. ~jr~as c~nfessed Saturday, Sheriff~ Her daughter Mrs Robert Crosh- JOI~ t~ Steverts said, by the child's or, 19, bec~me the mother of a baby fath~. Charles ~. Stanhouse. of boy. K~tt~l~//atm% Ohio. I Mrs. Parker advocated early mar- ~l~rtff Stevens said the parent riage~. She was married at 14. she h'elat:~ he killed the boy two years said, and her daughter at 17. The ~by chloroforming him because latter is just the rightage she Child was ill and could not get mJdntained. well. Stanhouse, who was held in eoun I -, Dawson. Go. -- T. Gamble ty jail without charge, said at grabbed for a turtle tail and ~roubled conscience caused him to the :urtle turned and bit off ~elt the alleged circumstances cf his finger below the nail. at a %he deatlx creek near here. Gamble had -- I been fishing. Provincetown. Ma~s. -- Ulysses. :Simmons claims to have found a l , full feathered hen in the stomach tot a forty-pound codfish. Cat'seen, N. D.---Grant County issued 1416 dog licenses during 19gl. a report from the county ~tudi,*~or states, The licenses brought a revenue of $1416.00. Minnie township had 61 applL ~ants, and other townships of ~e county ranging downward to five. Mis~cula. -- A thief entered the elc,akr~am of St. Paul's Lu- ",her~n church durin~ services ........ S~unday and stele an undeter- Wllllamson, \V. Va.--Just like a mined amount of money rand ?father e0 boy bandtt,s, th:~t ls Judge b(Ion~n~ to women Bone F. Howard. of circuit court. ] members of the choir. Your of them were given old-- ---- lmshioned puddlings in court for New York--Police had ,~n tmcll a ~tealing merchandise and an au- near-riot when Marion "~Ciki" ~e- '*,omobile. bert~ ~ormer sweethear~ o~ "Legs" It was efficient ~nd effective Diamond. slain e'~n~~r,~r, returned Scenes and Persons in the Current News 1--Main first ring of ZRS-5. slsler ship of the Akr,m. ra:s(,d to a vertical posH, ion in the lmngar at Akron, Ohio. where the great dirigible is being builr. 2---Jo-'cl,il I4ons. who became premier of Australia after the downfall of the L'd)or ~overnmenr. :l--Win-i,,n ('h:lrchitl. lh'iti~h statesman, battered anal band. aged, leavim: a New York hospital in whi('h he was treated for injuries snstained when he was rim down by a motorist. ......... Milllam Pennay has ,been quite SENTINEL BUTTE sick. but___is now provmg._ ..... Mrs. Roberts has been laid up with tonsilitis but is getting "along John Grimm was a ealler here nicely, Sunday, having driven in from his ranch south of Sentinel butte for a few days. 0,..nee Ove .. BE CH WE TItER Mr. Patterson of Hancock, Minn., were visitors here Friday. H. A. Disney, district manager of the Investors Syndicate of Bis- marck and Louis Hauser of Devils Lake. were business visitors here last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hoveland were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Schmidt who reside south of Golva cn last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schutte of Medora spen~ Sunday at the Pat McDonald home. Mrs. Einar Fong returned last week :o her home near Wes~er- helm after having spent the past ~::;'c~ weeks a~ the home of Mrs. Aud. Nunn. Mur:'y Van Eaton of Miles City, spent several days visitin~ with his Weather report for the weel ending January 13, 7 p. m. Max. Mln Precip January 7 .... 20 -- 4 .02 January 8 28 16 January 9 ....36 20 January 10 ...34 12 January Ii ...41 20 January 12 ...44 --- 2 .30 January 13 -- 2 ---12 .02 J. CLAYTON RUSSELL, Cooverative Observm MARKffS ThurSday Nnon Northern wheat .$ .5~ ~:~:'~:::~, Mr. and Mrs. Cash Van Winter wheat ................ ~39 Eaton last week. Durum wheat .38 Lyle Martin. Clarence Overstad Flax ....................... 1.0~ and Mr. Patterson were Medora Rye .......................... 2~ visitors last Friday Barley ...................... ,25 Thea Marie. young daughter of Oats ......................... 1~ Mr. and Mrs. Tony Miller. has Cream ....................... 16 been quite ill the pas~ two weeks Eggs (in trade) ............... 12 with a severe cold Butter ....................... 17: mouth until cured, says an article In a Boston paper. The "cell humors" of the bead were supposed to be drawn by the pellet in the mouth. Without a doul)t, the patient thought he had the evil humors in his mouth after rolllng the mixture around for a few minutes. Uncl~ Sam's Battleships contest of, three morning we ~ent to Country ;/Theater. Mr. of the N~tiO:'lal Livestock :at Board gave us a dem- on on cutting up a lamb. st interesting cut of all was ;k duck cut from the shoul- the lamb and folded it up it resembled a real. duck. We the livestock pavilion where this giant tree is tmz'ticuiarly aznaz- Ing because Idailo, and not ~)regon, Is recognized as the real home of the western white pine. Costly Tongue Wagging The imdesirable immigrant, who made disparaging remarks about the admiral)le government was not let off with the penalty of mere de- portation, wrote Henry W. La'~- rence In "Tile Not-Quite P~rltans." It would be more nearly accurate to say that be was first puntshed on the spot, and then his remains were deported., Thus, In 1631, the General court at Boston ordered "that Philip Ratliffe shall he whipped, have his ears rut off, fined 40 pounds, and banished out of the limits of this Jurisdiction, for ut- tering nialiclous and scandalous sp~hes against the government." Bad Br,ak The late Raymond Hitchcock was asked In Los Angeles one day If it was true that when he was presented to Queen Alexandra he said : "Well, queen, I am sure glad to have you know me," The comedian denled the story. "That would have been a faux pus or bad break, he sald. 'It would have been worSe tllan Cor- neliu~ Huck's hoapitable invltation to his cry guests at supper, 'ilave some more, folks. Ye ,~est got to have some .n~)re,' be said, 'We're golu' to give tt to the hawgs any. way.' ' and his orchestral is back a~ain for ~he Fall ~nd Winter season .... On the dir nig~htly over the Co[umbi~ Broddcds%mg System &ore -- One of the features that makes travelers choose-* 17OO ROOMS 17OO BATHS Rotes from #3 with both PER BOX ................................ "HO!~ ORANGES, PER DOZEN ................. l~e, 25o 2@o CRANBERRIES, SEASON JUST ABOU~ OVER. PER QUART / .d CABBAGE, SOLID HEADS, PER POUND ............ ............ ......... n ( n HONEY, PI RE STRAII b, ,, ,-- OR FREE. SHREDDED WHEAT PACKAGE .................................. C~NE SUGAR, PER 100 Li~ ............................. I 98 LBS. FISHER'S EVER BEST FLOUR .................................... We expect to have a variety of frozen fish the last of the weel6 Yes, we deliver free PHONE "/5 \ judged at 10 a. grand champion beef an- Under existing statute laws our battleships and armored cruisers by Harry Johnson. are named for states of the Unlon ; was owned our cruisers for cities. Torpedo boat destroyers are named for dis- tlnguIshed naval officers, for heroic" enlisted men, for secretaries of the navy, and in a few instances for general United States senators and con- Thea- gressmen distinguished In, the naval town to Visit committees, and for distinguished The champion owned by Leroy Ander- Seventy animals were exhib- at the Chamber of %he :banque~ by the club Inventors. Mine sweepers are named for various birds. Subma- rines are designated by letter~ and numerals. theater. welcome by Mr. he Style show. Ambusador Brldgo won a Singer'] The Amba~ador bridge Connect- ~or making the] lag Detroit and Windsor, Canada. i~euty girls entered has a clear span of 1,850 feet and Harold Hofstrand was was completed at a cost of $23,000r the A1- 000. It is 133 feet higb at the hat- from bar line and rises to a center helght of 156 feet, Better Sulmt|tutes A dietitian urges spaghottl as a substitute ~or potatoes. We would rather eat str~lWberries as a, sub- stttalte for spinach.--Kansas Olt~ Star. had went to