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January 20, 1938     Golden Valley News
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i en r~ npro~} 2 VOLUME 2 The Golden Valley News And THE BEACH REVIEW And THE BEACH ADVANCE BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, JAN. 20, 1938 NUMBER 16" Noben & John- son Is New Ma- chinery Firm Two Well Known G. V. Men Locate In Beach; Will Handle Several Products The News has been informed this l week that N. P. Noben of this city and C. G. Johnson of Golva h'ave open- ed an office and place of business in the corner building east from Dickin- on store, where they will have charge of sales and servicing the well known lime of Allis-Chalmers tractors and agricultural implements, und the Hub- er tractors and combine. They will also have the Dempster Drill and Lister Damming at- that will help the farmer moisture and stop run-off Water after 'a rain, In connection with tre agricultural implements they will also handle 32 volt wind driven electric light plants with farm light batteries. .... These gentlemen are both well known throughout this territory and have a ho~t of friends. They have been con- nected with the sale of farm imple- and tractors for nearly a quarter century, and are well qualified the needs on the farm. to extend a cordial invita- tion to all old friends and customers to call on them when in town and re- new old acquaintances. for their ads from time to to see what they have to offer. ratorium Change r~ismarck--Governor Wmiam Lang- er late last week issued an official prOclamation which releases provisions of his Sept. 30 1937 moratorium out- lawing tax deed~ in cases where county Commissioners find property holders able to pay. The Governor divulged at a state Convention of county commissioners in Jamestown last week the moratorium is not Working out as well as it might have--he charged numerous persons Who did not need protection the mor- atorlum offers were taking unfair ud- of its provisions. Partial suspension of the tax deed] nlOratorium was the opening gun in a] ~t~nty-by-county tax collection driveI ~e g~ernor will sponsor. ] ~It was~ L~licated a determined effort Will be made by state as well as county authorities to press collection of de- linquent tax moneys badly needed to] turn the wheels of govern.merit. I Soil Checks Ar- ] riving Every DayI Soil ~serv~lon checks amounting d tribu d to ~a~ers in G~ld~_ Valley county to r of the local ~il conservation ass~latioa. Oounty Agent Russell states that he eXpect~ to clear all compliance papers zor GOlden Valley county by March fat. He ~tates that his office cleared 40 sets of compliance papers during the Past Week which leaves only 23 O~rator compliance papers to clear. ~ese_,ahould, be cleared by Feb. 1st. to ~ m~aance of the compliance papers e~ear after that date will be the nauitiple or corporation farm compli- ance Papers. ~-~rXON FOR NEWLY- WEDS HELD FRIDAY !~ Friday evening a crowd gather- gv~Utside the Davis apartments to ]Wlth horns blowing and much yelling. it The Parade ended at the U B church --~_nere a reception was held for them. ~m~e featttres of the entertainment ~were a mock wed the ruskin of ~a ..... di~. g '~ ~aTcung scrapbook by all present. . utu pres were pr t- | "~ me couple. | ,,uver 60 folks were present to par- ~ of the luncheon that followed the entertainment, All of the friends wish- i 7-Day Adventists Hold Fine Meeting Last week the members of the local Seventh 'Day Adventist church enjoyed an interesting convention held here Jan. 14-16. Geo. Loewen, missionary leader for North Dakota, was in charge of services and was assisted by G. F. Theiss, pastor of the Bismarck church and I. C. Schmidt, district leader who resides in Dickinson. The last meeting, on Sunday evening, was in the form of a stereoptican lecture. Restoring Land To Grass Feature Of New AAA Plan Attention of North Dakota farmers to the possibility of restoring part of their lands to grass as provided for un- der the 1938 Agricultural Conservation program is urged by Ben Reimer, chairman of the Bowman county ag- ricultural conservation committee. He is co~avinced that the restoration land feature of the 1938 program offers some real advantages. Speaking of Bowman county, Reimer ~xplains there is a lot o~ land that has Beach Hi Wins Second Conference Victory Friday In a fast .and thrilling game the Beach high school quint downed the Belfield Basketeers 36 to 31 last Fri- day night on the floor of the Belfield Memorial building for their second straight conference victory. The game was most exciting from beginning to end. Though Beach jumped to an early lead during the opening min- utes of play, Belfield kept creeping up :and at the end of the first quarter the score stood 14 to 9 in favor of the local boys. During the second quarter Belfield outscored Beach 12 to 6 mak- ing the score at the intermission 21 to 20, Belfield leading. Scoring was even during the third frame, the lead changing hands with almost every basket, and in the final bracket, Beach shaded Belfield 8 to 2. ! The break in the game came about~ 3 minutes before the closing whistle, when, with the score knotted 31 to 31, Niece sank one from the free throw line, and failing in .his second attempt, took the rebound for double value which was followed by another goal by Mieheis, gave the local hoopsters a not been tilled since 1933 that farmers 36 to 31 lead when the contest ended. Nmce made a holiday of ~t on the =armor operate sf~ccessfully. ' ' " Th~s !and is composed of sandy, light fl0r scoring 10 fi, eld goals and three ~low soils that have been subject to gift sno~s. Beach s passing was high : ~ ..... ~ ............. ~-~ ~* ,,,as grade and the guards Arnold and Lov re ell did very effective work ir-t cultivated. IJnder the 1938 p -I F " " ~c:" acre each year for three years. In Bowman county the conservation "o'm~.~.itte~ is mailing application blanks :~ ~.ll /armer~ in areas that have light otis giving them an opportuni[y to nter the plan. The application does not have to include the whole farm, as the area to be designated for restor- ~ien to grass may be only a 5-aere )i~ce in one corner of the farm, or it uay be a whole tract of sandy soil. Farmers in any part of the state ~-ho have land that qualifies for rester- ng to grass under the AAA program .n~.v take advantage o~ this provision of the plan. County Agen~ Russell sta~es that a circular letter was mailed to a~l ~arm oerators in Golden Valley county last week requesting them to make a re- port to his office relative to the loca- tion and number of acres of land they would have for restoration, Mr. a-nd Mrs. Ed Feldmn Observe 30th Anniversary Belfield has a fast aggregation, play- ing a good passing game and strong on defense with its two stellar guards, Barrow and Thomas. Tomorrow night Beach high plays Sentinel Butte here. MONTANA CONGRES~'~N HERE Mr. and Mrs. Jerry O'Connell left Beach Monday morning enroute to Washington, D. C. where Mr. O'Connell is a representatv'e in Congress from Montana. The O'Connells had been held up here in Beach since the pre- vious Tuesday by damages to their car Bonnie View--Ilpon invitatiom of Mr. and Mrs. Ed 85 rela- tives and at the Bonnie View last Satur- day evening celebrate their anniversary, It ~Iso being of Mr. Feld- man's A pleasant was spent in dancing, and visiting. At supper ~ was served followed by treats for Immediately supper Mrs. Fold- mann arrayed in her bridal gown and husband their strains of Following few groom and of silver present. Dancing ~fterwards evening, with Mr. Mrs. Feldmann as hosts, came to s A similar gathering occurred years ago on their sliver wedding The guests departed for their homes wish-, Mrs. Holmberg Passes Sunday; Funeral Yesterday The many friends here of Mrs. Ella Brown Holmberg, former Golden Val- ley county resident, were deeply griev- ed last Sunday to learn that this es- teemed lady had that morning pass- ed away at the home of her daught- er, Mrs. Beldon Roberts, north of Beach. Mrs. Holmberg had been ill the past two years with heart trouble, and in November was brought here from Wing, N. D., where she had lived the past fifteen years. Funeral services were held from the local Congregational church yesterday afternoon, with Roy. W. A. Smith offl- el'sting, and interrment was in the lo- cal cemetery. Ella Brown Holmberg was born on March 2, 1877, at Ridgeway, Winona county, Minnesota, the daughter of Philip and Lesta Brown. Her mother having passed away when Ell.a was still a young girl, she helped her fath- er care for the family until her mar- iage to Fank E. Holmberg on May 22, 1895. TO this union were born four daughters Mrs. Pearl Harmon of Wing, N D.; Mrs. Winnie Adams, living near Koch Brings Down Fine Golden Eagle Last Friday afternoon while driving south of Sentinel Butte V. J. Koch of of Beach shot a fine specimen of golden eagle, breaking its wing with the bullet 'and then getting the bird alive. He' tied its feet together and brought it into Beach, and it was taken to the News office where the bird was seen and admired by many. The News is anxious to have the bird mounted~ if there Is anyone who does that type of work in this vicinity. Birthday Ball To Be Held In S. Butte This Year There will ugain be held a Roosevelt Birthday Ball dance in Golden Valley county this year, but it will differ somwhat from the events of preceding years from present indications. A meeting of the committee in charge was held last night, but the News went to press too early to get details of the event, which will be published in full next week. As near as can be learned now, there Minneapolis; and Mrs. Alta KittlesonI will be only one dance in the county, and Mrs. Oddie Roberts of Beach. land it will be held at the Sentinel Mr. and Mrs. Holmberg ?ived in lButte town hall, due to lack of hall Minnesota until 1909 when they moved lfacilities in Beach. Date for t~e event to a homestead north of Beach. Hero,is as yet uncertain, although it is they resided until fifteen years ago thought it will be either Friday, Jan. when they moved to Wing, N. D., be- 28, or Saturday, Jan. 29, probably the cause of illness Mrs. Hohnberg was latter. Paul Wagner of Sentinel Butte moved to the home of her daughter, is in charge of arrangements there Mrs. Beldon Roberts on November 5, and A. J. Gilman is in charge here, where she departed this world on Jan-and various sub-committees are at uary 16 at the age of 60 years, of a lingering heart ailment. She was a very loving wife and mother, always willing and ready to help others in time of their sicknees and need, untili her. hea~th failed her two years ago. I She ~as preceded in death by oneI sister, Belle Brown and four brothers:] 'Bert, Benjamin Roy and Charles. She] leaves to mourr~ her loss her husband, ] four daughters, nine grandchildren, { there great grandchildren, besides three brothers: Herman Brown of Beach, Arthur Brown of Nevis, Minn., and Lloyd Brown of Winona, Minn. caused by the snowstorm last week. Sincere sympathy is extended the Rep. and Mrs. O'Connell returned re-',bereaved relatives and friends in their cently -to this country from a trip to hour of sorrow. work helping them in putting over the event. As in other years, there will be an advance sale of tickets again this year. It is understood that a good share of the proceeds remains here in the county for fighting infantile paralysis and other worthy causes. Watch next week's paper for details of this annual dancing party, which has always been a big success in other years, and should be Just as good or better" this year. Annual Meeting United Lutheran W. C. Turner, Well Known Resident, Dies On Thursday Funeral Services Held On Sat- urday From Congregational Church For Esteemed Citizen The many friends throughout thls section of William C. Turner were deeply grieved last week Thursday to learn that this esteemd old man had passed away at his home in the city, after having been ill recently. Funeral services were held Satur- day afternoon from the local Congre- gational church, with Rev. W. A. Smith officiating, and interrment was in the local cemetery. ~ ...... William Charles Turner was born in Canada in 1860. On Nov. 2, 1881, he was married to Mary Jane Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Turner lived a roving life, residing in many different states duro ing their married life. Mr. Turner was in the livery business at LuVerne, Minn., for twelve years and in the ho- tel business for about three years at Argyle, Minn. Leaving Argyle he filed on a homestead near Buford, N. Dak., in Williams county. Then he moved to Eugene, Oregon, where he resided for two years, but the climate being un- favorable to his health, he returned to North Dakota, and divided his time be- tween Beach and Carlyle, Montana. During this period he was justice of the peace for a time ('about 1929) and was associated with Mr. Piesik in the real estate business. The last four years of his life he spent in retirement from active employment residing here in Beach. To Mr. and Mrs. Turner were born six children, Two of them preceded him in death, Kora (Mrs. Jarvis) in 1929, 'and Donald Turner who was killed in the World War (1918.) He is survived by four, Clara (Mrs. Erret) of Milwaukee, Wis. ; Floyd Turner of Lake View, Oregon; Charles Turner of Hollywood, California; and Walter Turner of Woodlake, California. Local lndepen. ' dents Win Over S. Butte Monday ~a happy wedded life. Mr. is the son of Mr. and Mrs.' b~d'~ .~mmerman of Oolva and the' JoC ~ the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. [ "" ~reenup of Skier. They were~, ma~marrledday.at the bride's home on Christ- l he Markets Wheat I officers was i~eld and resulted as rol- l, isx ........................... 95 lows: Oats .......................... $1-84i Pres!dent---Mrs. Marie Alguire Barley'i .......................... 1~ Vice-president--Mrs, Ollie Donaldson l~e..." ......................... 40 Secretary--Mrs. Ethel Pederson Corn .52 Treasurer~Mrs. Florence Enderle Crea~ ............................ 65 ~ , sour .... 31c sweet .... 23c t Howard Schauer was a caller in .... -- ~ Butter ...... 320 ! Beacht, on Monday. ing the bridal couple many more years of happy wedded life to gether. I Ed Feldman and MJas Marie Linden- berg were married January 15th, 1903 at LogansviUe, Wisconsin. Immediate- ly following the wedding the couple came to Beach and settled on the homestea~ where the groom had made his home for the previous year, and where they have resided until the present time. There are three child- ren, Johnny, Lydia and P~ul, all of whom are at home. One son. Fred, passed away in infancY. MRS. MARIE ALGUIRE IS PAST MATRONS NEW HEAD At he r-~T~'-~r meeti~.g of the local Past :~atr~nz club. held on Wednesday of 12_: V.'~tk tl:~ ann~-al election of Spain, where they were on a tour of investigation covering governmentali MISSIONARY WILL SPEAK 'activities abroad. While here the ' Montana congressman and his wife l Mrs. M. A. Pederson, missionary to made many warm friends. I India, will speak at th United Luth- eran church tonight, Thursday, at 7:30 HAROLD HOPTON TO SPEAK TO LOCAL TOWNSI~ND CLUB As a feature of the regular meet- ing of the local Townsend club on Church Is Held The annual meeting of the United p.m. Lutheran church was held Friday ev- Mrs. Pederson, together with her, ening, with Roy. Everette presiding. husband, has spent over twenty-five] Reports were given by the secretary years in India in what is known as and treasurer, C. O. Halvorson and the Santal Mission. The Mission is Randal Thompson, respectively. Re- Monday night the local high school gym was the scene of two interesting basketball games, the first between Beach and Sentinel Butte girls teams end the second between the two inde- pendent teams of the towns. In the opener the visitors downed the local maids by a 23-16 count in a game that was very pleasing to the crowd. The second game was a close battle, with neither team holding a substan- monstraton at Dickinson S unday in- cluded Chas. Purvis, Donald Evans, and Dwight Snow of Beach, and Fred Smith and Nell Hogoboom of Sentinel Butte. elected as follows: President Mrs. Brunsvold; vice-president, Miss' Marie Thompson, and secretary, Mrs. Victor Thompson; treasurer. Mrs. Ernie An- derson. An Odd Invitation W. Wallace, Columbus, Montana. wrnams Tm~ ~x~ct~xq~ ~osm~ It UB~r~. ALSO m~owu AS ra~ zgmm~t~ m s'rn~wA~m cowtrrY, vo~. j~.~d~Y 1~ ~ BL'rW~N z ~ M. Am) ~. M.~@ Sheriff Admlt~n~ Only on Presentation of This lnvt~tl~a. as caretaker at the church. Upon motion carried, the meeting was ad- Journed. Local Lions Go To Belfield Last Night Last night a large deleg~tion, of lo- cal Lions club members drove to Bel- field for the organization of a Lions club there at that time. Beach was fortunate in having been nominated as the sponsoring club for the Belfield group, and presented a fine program, with A. R. Miller as the feature speak- er of the evening. A. M. Kuhfeld was exeeted to come from Bismarck for the event, but whether he arrived or not is unknown as the News goes to Press. E. Roy Erickson of Miles City, former song leader of the Beach Lions club arrived in Beach Wednesday afternoon and accompanied the club to assist jwith the songs. Pictured above is a faesimile of the invitation and was present for the U.L. LADLES ELECT invitations which were sent out for event, being a member of the sheriff's Friday afternoon the United Luth- the hanging of Frank Robideau, at party, and consequently had a pre- eran Ladies Aid met in the church for Columbus, Montana. last Friday. The ferred sea~. Jack says he doesn't care their annual meeting. Results of the above invitation was received by Win-Ito go to any more such events, how- election for officers was as follows: .'red:mployedWallaCe,at Beach boy, who is nW'ever'l but he did bring back home with Mrs. C. O. Halvorson, chairman Columbus and who Mrs. Hans Anderson, vice-chairman wasI him a fragment of the rope which was" LIrs. C. D~tvis, secretary present at the affair. Jack Lindt Of Beach also received an [~ed in the hanging. Mrs. Roy Oech, treasurer. and swore he's "going to get those one- on the highways in our state." Lund said in one night he hL, n~elf had stopped nearly three dozen cars being driven with only one headlight burning. He said the patrol is also not- icing, recently, a sizeable increase in the number of trucks operated without properly lighted warning equipment. Lund declared he"s all through fool- in'--from this point on, there are go- ing to be some arrests unless drivers pay more attention to the other fel- low's safety as well as their own, he said. OPENING DRAWS CROWD The grand opening of the COZy C~fe and Tap Room last Saturday after- noon proved a big drawing card, and after- the the place was filled most of ~ noon.. .Several kegs of free beer were I dispen~d during the allot~ time, and , the new proprietor, M. L. Walker, was ~the recipient of many congratulations and good wishes. R. N. A. ORACLE DIES Mrs. Anna Rhyner informs the News that on Jan. 2. Mrs. Mary E. Arnholt ]Supreme Oracle of the Royal Neigh- bors of America. passed away at Rock Island. Illinois. Her place was filled by Mrs. Gee. W. 2~[cCurdy, of Des Moines, Iowa. Saturday evening, January 29, at 8 p. supported by several cooperating Lu- ports were read from the Ladies Aid, m. Harold Hopton, Bismarck Attorney, theran synods. Since the death of her the L. D. R., and the Sunday school will address the local club. Mr. ~op- husband a year ago, Mrs. Pederson by Mrs. C. Davis, Gladys Goddard, i tial lead until the closing minutes, ton, former state insurance commie- has been devoting her time to pro- and Rev. Everette respectively. [when the Beach boys forged ahead and Mrs. C. O. Halvorson submitted the] came out on the long end of 36-25 sioner, is well known here and no meting interest in missions here at report of the financial secretary of the~score. At the close of the first half doubt will bring an interesting meaz- home. age. I Everyone is welcome to hear this parish All reports were accepted l the count was 14-11 in favor of file n~Isslonary program. Results of the election for off/cers I visitors, ester led the attack roy Beach INTER~INNER .... were as folio~a:, land counted eleven points, while Ernle CHARIVARI Trustee: EE~. Anderson (3 years) [ Sehmit accounted for nine. Boison and Deacon: Ole Moo (3 years) ]Higlin contributed the greater, part of As a departure from the ust~al pub- lic supper, the Christian Endeavor of Garner--About 6~friends and neigh- Treasurer: Randal Thompson It he scoring for the visitors. the Congregational church will pre- bars g~thered a~:t2~e Fred Wassmann Secretary: C. O. Halvorson j Bob Jones and Leonard Wollen acted sent an "international dinner" in the home ~a Wedn~dday nigh~ for a chari- Parish Board Member: L. Odland I:as referees for the contests. church basement Friday evening, Jan. vari l~rty or~r. and M~. John l~k- ' Sunday school Sup't: Eriing Andero ] The Beach team wil piay the ~eifield 21, beginning at 5:30 o'clock, ler wl~ we~Fspending tl~ night with son /independents here next Thul~day ev- The tables will be decorated elvar- her f~ks.~:~ards were p~yed at nine Sexton: Clarence Overstad ~ening, Jan. 27, and another good game aeteristically fo six different peoples, tables~ u~l midnight _~en a lunch Auditors: Ted Thompson and G. GiN t is anticpated. among them the Mexican, Dutch and was ~e~red after which R~ley all de- bertson. ~ Irish. Costumed "waitresses will serve parte~ishing the newlyweds a long, l Ushers: L. Odland, R. P~mstad, f"0ne.Eved" Drivers the patrons of their "country." The happy and prosperous wedded life. Jand Vctor Thompson. I e ~lven warning proceeds of the supper will ~e added ~Rtchard Thompson, C. O. I-Ialvorson, I Ar -" - " [ School Board: ~andal Thompson (3 ! " :"~ to the fund to send members of the L.D.R. ELECTS ~years.) ] Bismarck--Henry G. Lund, superln- organization to camp at Lake Meti- .~ ~ Rising votes of thanks were given to{ tendent of the North Dakota state goshe. The L. D. R. met at the home of[the ladies for the splendid supper lhighway patrol, this week gritted his Mrs. Elmer Bruusvold last Thursday served on this occasion, to Randal teeth, tightened up his belt a notch, Those who attended a snowplow de- night. Officers for the new year were Thompson for his work as treasurer, and to H. R. Thompson for his work eyed drivers who are menacing traffic