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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
January 19, 1950     Golden Valley News
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GOI.DER VALI.I Y l EWS. BEACH. N. D THURSDAY, JANUARY 19, PAGE TWO ' " ------ a[seveva~ g~ames were played. In Jacksonville--- I Enroute To Fla.--- I Leave For Calif.-- ~_ * Richard Schvoeder, Beach High l Tl~Is .baffle ,board. should_ be.~.aI . .... ~. was served I Mr ,and Mrs. A. J. Beiers me Stener Zkve wri,tes from Perry, !Mr. an.d Mrs. Allan .I" -----~_ -- ! School vocational agriculture in-] few iz~nes . snorter ~n~alz :~:~[ ~-~:. n~x meetin~ will be held! now "in Jacksonville, Fla., and Okla., this past Tuesday, enroute, left h.eve las.t T,h u r } wire lour. ! structor, eoopera~l in plan~lltg/;l~l~g~on';Fel)ruTa~ 12, .a~ the home of pl, an to stay there for awhile, to to Florida for a ~aea.tion, x or poims in.~allzorm, a, ann r, . r~__L .... ...~ i ,~ ..... tlr~c~ / can ctrcumtc ~,~,, ~" / r~..^.~.. ~$o.~.~,~.~ p.qoane our sub-zero weak.her, he probably is basking in me to oe ,gone aoout z m.on~ns. | ~_~ount_~ 12,XtUll~lUll I mc , ........ "'~" * | to keep out ice. | ~,a,,,m~ ~v~ .......... 7~:~.'--..~. .... ~ ~ ~h,~ n~'~to sunshine there at this time. He will also visit Mrs. Weedy ] Agent I! SMALL TANKS BEST FOR ~ S.chu~s.aYSCenua~imatUhCe ft~l~kI "L~Ib~A V..4-L,~ ~_.-.4-Hotel, ,a~td say it's a mild 70 F, says ~t was plenty warm ,n Okla- roster, Mrs: Herb Nmhols at ' i ~.e~.w WATER HEATEI~ ~ vazve snomu ....... I ]PJP~k x uu~aa~ -~-~ and clear there but they wanted home; we d like to be able to ta Maria, uanL -,------ ---- " e ' - l~y E. M. Mlll@r I ............. ~.,,q.~ a~ole ta~.nkl +to keep the tanR roll, 11 ~'~ 1 I~T .... ~]n]~ |~o~'o~ +~ b-v,~ the News sent to themsay the same here, but Che .- I lnSt~n y~,u~ =.~.. .... ~-- ...... :1 ,,~st,~r i~ uonlied from a pres- ~w ~au~, o,~.~..~,,~. ~ -7 " ..... - ...... ,- ...... ~ v,~rv uncooc~ra- nays to Advertise in Plans Conservation Practices--- heaters in small, well-l.nsula, ted --.~_'='...7.'Lf :':~,*om The tank can! ............. ~. ...... n* ~-- so tney can Keep lmormea ~t ~v. vam,e~qa~. ,. ........... - -- ,-.It..'.. 6.m~., m .... ]4. IJ, 13111 yvotlU~O.~al ,,. ...... / tanks, li yOU,, wa~'* '~,,~ --,v~,v--~,-t ,.^ i.....~ e,,n .,h.~. an electric me. ~ .~-- ,,.a....., ,,,r~,., ,",.a~.,. ~,,v,mi~,~" ...... " ......... nel Butte . community will bel and best .service, advises A~urt t or and lump }aek ,are used ,by l h,ad their money refunded by the - ~ - - I doing mos~ m ms zarmmg m]sI II. Schulz, l~y~l:el~s~on ~evw~l i=~ts]lln,a an automatic floa g~hnr~r The total cost to the t- - - year on narrow. 6 to 10 rod strips:l farm engineer. . ... I ~e-'h"i~n the tank. This floa~:; ~h':~t:r" W]a'~-$14 At the regular I~ fact, Theodore W. Thorson, oz North Dakota Agricultural ~oz-]-':7-:- -. ........... and .... ~ .......... the F~otl Conservation Service, lege tests showed that an el ec:i~nt~v:llt:t~%~n:n3~r~water: 7~ree:i~go loa~;er ~I22d~;~1 3it bWass who assisted Mr. W,aldahl in de-~ eric stock ~ank heater instanea~ .... t 9 . , . .. w " lan nk is neeaeu, or.all occassmn earfls. .eloping hm conservation P , m a large 15 to 20-barrel ta.. ~ * * * * * 1 ...... fe~ .... me W~c*ner L- states that 334 acres will be strip-1 wou~d use from 12 to 19 kilowaws ..... ~r ,r~ r~ T~ o . .*'~'~ ~.~..~ers, .Du; .... ~'~ nd A T_I'..--.~.. ,~'~ ~,,~a /..~ ~,,~-i,-it,, daily even if the 1] ][~ U ][J iN IJ I ]P.a iDEa. t~roo,(, ~mro ~vncne~s a ~ ltxt:~l,~tJ, ~lI? v~,~. . .......... ~ .......... a . o, ...... t-~ * Jame~ tIclm recewed then" FFA i;i!il!i il;i i !i! 'iiill Welcome Always mulch fallow on all his crop be}fie b~ard nailed to the opt-m-{ . " ' ". . " ~" " ~ \ " '~ . ;*~, . :'~ / " " mbers were present zor ation to ~e i Ol:l n._x[ TUeZc~ax. land m left for drinking and ex- teen me ................... ,0'--- r ;o Awaits You At Thi~ is a ,)ractiee whereby all legnding down' into the water the demonstration on now to At ~n~s ume tLe (>..fur..... and ',e-elation is left on saved -eleetrici b keeping theBatch Overalls, given by MarieGreenhand". will be sho'wn by pff~---"~ ~ ~r stubble ). . ty y Mr. Welt. ~ ~ "q~% the soil surface ~o decay, wind from blowing over the Strie~z. Another 1.1} ,acres of crop land water when the cover was open. I After the business meeting, will be seeded to grasses to check erssion. Mr. W,aldahl says thai the eom- bin, aion of stu'bble mulch fallow, narrow strios and grass is a must on his farm in order to conserve soil and water. The Soil Conservation Service will assist any cooperator in giv- ing t~.chnical asistance in devel- oping a conservation plan, $ $ * * Meetings Well Attended-- Nearly 100 Golden Valley Coun- W farmer~ atle~ded Crons and goils meetings held ~al Sentinel Butte. Reach and Golw~ last week. desrfite |he extremely cold. wea'ther. Theodore W. Thorson. of the Soil ~',mservation Service, discussed lho f~:'paa{ion of soils. tlMI~'..~ gail l~r~ffilo'; , by the !;oil C~mserva{!~m ~c--';c~'. Mr. Tim,~':~m ~':;:c.d thai lhe top 7 tll('~('s ()[ so~} i:~ l}tc ma~t valL1- able and i{ s exlremely impor- tant the cons~,rv,tion lIleastlres be applied h) .