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January 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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f THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1934 THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE -'---- -GO LVA -= i 5,000 Birthday Balls to.Honor President January 30 ....... : ......... _ And to Help Finance Fight on Infantile Paralysis The most enjoyable gathering for mome time past was the reunion at the Duncan McPhee home Sunday, when Mr. and Mrs. Emil Indergaard of Belfield, Mr: and Mrs Fred Loy of Dick~lson, Miss Marguerite Mo- lltor of Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Oswin Schmitz of C~lva, Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haigh, Frank Haigh and daughter Marguerite gathered for the day. The four former ladies all taught at Golva three years and roomed with Miss McPhee and many other friends of the girls were pleased to hear they could meet again after years, for so pleasant an event. Miss Flora served a dinner that was cer- tainly a banquet. Mrs. Ellen Welch entertained mos~ Pleasantly Sunday, the following guests: Peter Weinreiss and family, Frank Meeker, Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Manaam and daughter Irene, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page, Miss Ruth Hong, Mrs. H. Shoen and John ~n~aeling. The afternoon was Pent visiting. Mr.. and Mrs. John Raisler were host and hostess to a community , party on Saturday night. About forty of their Thelen friends were invited. Progressive cards were Played, which being in play all eve- ning. A wonderful luncheon was served at a late hour and all en- Joyed themselve& most pleasantly. I~man and Glenn Page were din- ner guests of Mrs. Page Wednesday. Sunday was Mrs. S. Strohmeyer's birthday anniversary and .it was duly observed by her children. Mary and family, als~ Amelia and family, came over from Glendive'to spend the day. At six o'clock, Peter Wein- reiss and family joined the party Slid were guests throuSh the eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Becker re- turned to Olendive but Amelia and children expect to spend the week with her parents MGeo, and Edw. Randash went tb ohalI early Saturday morning to visit their parents. Their mother is Dot gaining as they hoped for. There expect to be gone several days. Page of Beach was a guest Of her cousin Glenna Doubles over the last weekend. Miss Edna Peterson returned from J~sville.file Monday night, having spent a wonderful three weeks with her friend, Loretta Nelson and sis- ter, C~a~a, of-St. Paul. Mr. and Mrs. John FiScher and Adelir~e- and Tessie were Beach visitors Saturday. Those who had charge of the al- lotment work at Golva Wednesday were invited to the Duncan McPhee home for dinner which was thoroly enjoyed. The funeral of Florence Krause wa~ held from St. Mary's church in GOlva Saturday morning and the ehurcl~ Was filled with friends who deeply sYmpathize with the bereav- ed relatives. The pallbearers were six of JEts. Hardy's boys, cousins of Florence. tenMrs'de, Carrie Knutson of Beach at- deal the services of Krause Saturday. It was indeed a most basketball game when both Sentinel Joyed for lunch was Miss this Mr. were Wednes - attend- lunch and and attended here Saturday, aunt of Flor- been at his GETTING READY FOR THE BIGGEST BIRTHDAY PARTY IN AMERICAN HISTORY Every community in the nation will honor President Roosevelt when he becomes 52 years old on Tues- day, Jan. 30, Ly giving a local ball to hel~ endow an extension of the nation-wide work of the Warm Springs Foundation for Infantile Paralysis in which the President is so deeply interested. Upper leflt, the President and his mother, Mrs. James A. Roosevelt, who bought the first box sold for the New York bali In the Wa|o do~f-Aatoria,'upper center, Colonel Henry L. Doherty, chairman of the committee of leaders arranging the observance of the President's anniversary; upper right, the official poster contributed to the movement by the famous artist, Howard Chandler Christy; lower picture, child patients at Warm Springs sharpening up knives and appetites for the largest observance of the President's birthday ever held at that health center. The cake, weighing 344 pounds and said to be the largest birthday cake ever made, wee presented to the children for their party by Chairman Doherty. _. 1 [SAY S H I F T TO:- ..... =wiBAux...... - PASTURE L 0 W .............. 9 9 Mr and Mrs. Joe Bushman, who ERS ~]~][~ ~'~r~ ~'~t~thave been visiting at the Frank llR~kJl~ ~JL ~Y ~ Rogerson home for several days the Land Restored To Pasture In Wheat Control Plan Will Not Increase Other Grain And Feed Surpluses. Shifting production from wheat and corn to pacture and cover crops, expected ~o take place on millions of acres under the adjustment pro- grams of the Agricultural Adjust- ment administration, would tend to lower total production of milk and meats, according to Department of Agriculture specialists. Fears that possible marked in- crease in acres of grazing land would result in a.dding to existing surpluses of dairy and livestock pro- ducts are said to be groundless. Pasture crops, even if utilized fully without restriction, produce far less livestock feed per acre than harvest- ed grain crops, "Records from various parts of the country show conclusively that land in harvested grain and forage crops produces at least twice as much livestock feed as the same land in pasture," say livestock spec- ialists of the U. ~S. Department of Agriculture. "Since 1890, farmers have reduced the acreage of grazing land about 10 percent and increased the acre- age of harvested crol~ about 50 per- cent. This increase in cultivated land has been largely responsible for increasing the production of ~ork and milk approximately 50 per- cent. It therefore appears clear that reducing the acreage of corn, wheat and cotton by returning a part of the land to grass will decrease rather than increase the total milk, meat and wool supplies. Reduction of cotton acreage cuts down the supply of cottonseed meal and hulls which are used for livestock feed." Practices approved by the Agricul- tural Adjustment administration for the use of acres taken out of wheat production under the reduc- tion program emphasize pasture and cover crops, and leguminous and other forage crops for use on the farm and for soil improvement. D&Y$ OF WONDERING This is the season when we wonder Beach Sat. if the January bills will leave us Pt~t~u an~ anything for the January sales.- San Diego Union. / past week, returned to their home in Bowman, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Zopfi left on Tuesday night for Anoka, Minn., in response to a message stating that Mr. Zopfi's mother, who recently sustained a fractured hip, was not improving. Burton Welsh and son Russell were business visitors in Glendive Tuesday. In compliment to a group of her friends. Mrs G. E. Keller was a bridge hostess last Tuesday after- noon. Four tables of bridge gave diversion for several hours and at the conclusion a dainty lunch was served by the hostess. At the bridge game Mrs. Alger Meek won high score. Mrs. W. D. Schuett sec- ond high and Mrs. Arleigh Meek low. Guests of Mrs. Keller were Mrs. C. E. White, Mrs. Rose Subert, Mrs. Bert Carroll. Mrs. Ptobert Anderson. Mrs. W. D. Schu~tt, .Mrs. Wesley White, Mrs. Alger Meek, Mrs. L. C. Faltermcyer, Mrs. A. C. Samson, Mrs. J. H. Young, Mrs. Frank Rogerson. Mrs. W. E. Man- PAng, Mrs. N. G. Hazlewood, Mrs. Arleigh Meek, Mrs, Ross Bixby, and Mxs. F. Prices. Mrs. S. E. Scammon and son Lee were shopping in Beach Frdiay. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Welsh were attending to bus~ness matters in Beach Friday. Mrs. E. A. Brand returned Wed- nesday evening from Des Moines, Iowa, where she visited with her sister. She was accompani.__ed home by her little niece, Dixie Jean. J. C. Plainly of Beach was in Wibaux Friday. Mrs. Fred Zopfl and son Lester were Beach visitors Wednesday. Carl Roe, a former resident of Wibaux, was visiting with Wibau~1~ friends and attending the f~Sd cases in Baker the past The ladies aid of church was afternoon in the basement, with Mrs. Fred as hostess, Following the business ses- sion and social a delicious lunch was the hostess. Mrs. D.C. and Mrs. Clinton who visited with their sister, Goldie Beeler. at the Bismarck Saturday, report her along as well as can be Drs. E. Nyman and Herm of Beach calling on Wibaux friends evening. Rae made a business trip to Billings, returning home in Bflllngs he b~ the Gas- ciation of Montana, comes the manager of the Gas Co- op. station in Glendlve, which will open abo~t March first. Among the many Wibauxites who attended o court in Baker the past week were Mike Shea, Frank Drake, Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Elliott, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Hockaman, C. H. Dahl, Art Barclay, Albert Pickertng, Mrs. Fred Cole, Mrs. Jessie Mills, Mrs. ~y Meek, M. P. Ostby, Dr. G. E, er, Frank MiesoloskL Fred Drake, T. T. Sletten, Ira Parke, C, and Mr, and Mrs, Win. and Mrs. E. B. Sherms~ were hosts at a 6 o'clock dinner Saturday evening. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Stipek and Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Keller. Rev. Lester Norton has been con- fined to his home the past few days, with an attack of the flu. Listed among the delightful in- formal affairs of the past week was the "kid party" at which Mr. an~ Mrs. F. J. Stlpek were hosts. Th~ guests included: Ann Erding, Je]~[ McCann, Jessie Brand, Hazel Yol~~, Clara Meek, Vivian Ostby, J~hn~e Armentrout, Minnie Anglergeyer, Gullna Keller, Marie Hazel[wood, Agnes Melrose, Arleigh Meek~How- ard Young, Elmer Brand, Da~e Mc- Cann, Fred Erding, Kennetl~ Mel- rose, Norman Hazelwcod, ~Ielvin Ostby, George Keller, Earle ~kngle- meyer and Earle Armentrout. ~t the bridge game Mr. and Mrs. Meg~ann received high score honors, Mr:~:~nd Mrs. Ostby second high and Mr. glwt Mrs. Arleigh Meek the low. Dr. Morris of Beach was in Wi- baux on professional business, Sat- urday. Mrs. Everett Cline passed away Saturday, January 20, at the Glen- dive hospital, after a lingering ill- ness of several months. She leaves to mourn her departure, her husband and four small children and a host of other relatives and friends. Fun- eral services were held in Olendive Tuesday. Mrs. C. H. Dahl went to Fryburg, N. D. Saturday to attend the funeral of a cousin, Arthur Thrams of the Trotters community spent Saturday with his family in Wlbaux. C. J. Cullen spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J, D. Cullen, leaving Monday morning for Sidney, h Mrs, O. S. Drake w o has been seriously Ill for sever al~ parted lmpro_vJlM~- A ms--was issued at Wib~U~'J~#d~'day, January 20, to N. ~ and Audrey M. Oison of Sen- ~i Butte, N. D. Mrs. Beatrice Kirman and daugh- ter Joan left Sunday morning to at- tend the funeral of Mrs. Kirman, St., who passed away at Ill. Mr. store two years, been Sidney and at a6 evening at the home of his pa- rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Cullen. Covers were laid for Mr. and Frank Elliot*, Miss meyer and the host. On TROTTERS WEBBS WILLING WORKERS A large crowd attended the meet- ing at the church basement, when Mrs. Ed Franklin entertained, last Thursday. A delicious hot dinner was served at about 1:00 p. m. Then the ladies began to work on a quilt which they are making of woolen goods. They are putting a great deal of work on it and it certainiy will be worth the price, $3.50. Bert Kreeger is to have this one but more will be made if a sale can be made for more. A business meeting was then held It was decided that each W. W. W. member buy one white enamel cup, and the W. W. W. will buy 24 plates to match. We plan to buy more dishes later, when we have more money in our treasury. Then the meeting closed with a song and the ladies continued their work. Later in the day a lunch of coffee and cake was served. Mrs. L. Hodgin invited us to meet with her next month. This meeting will be on February 15th. All are invited to attend. Miss Kregness-and Miss Fakler were conducting state examinations, last week. H. H. Burchette spent several days of last week at his farm, making sausage and cutting up meat and rendering lard. H. H. can surely make delicious tasting sausage, arty- how. Ole Omley Jr. spent Friday and Saturday at J. F. Crook's doing chores, while Fredwin worked on the road Kyle Sperry and Dale Ware mo- tored to Beach on Thursday. Mrs. Walker, of the north country, had a stroke of paralysis last week and was taken to Beach on Thurs- day by her son-in-law, Roy Robert- son. Several of the other members of her farmly went alon*g, in another car, to be with her. We surely hope Mrs. Walker will recover. Stewart Bronson has been staying at the Madison home, recently. The men of Henry and Pearl townships journeyed to ~he Guy school house on Wednesday to sign their wheat allotment contracts. Now they're patiently waiting fori their bl~ checks to arrive. I A surI~ise party was given at theI home of Peter 0. Johnson last Sat- I urday evening. Dancing was en-] Joyed during the night.' Every one/ there report a good time. Ed. Franklin butehed last Tues- day. The hog weighed about 350 or 400 pounds. Joe Orr and Mr. Fisk assisted him. William Gifford made a business trip to Bill Reichert's on Saturday. Mrs, Alice Kammerer and Ru- dolph Pries called at Trotters Sat-. urday, j~ Helga O m~y~ight vls- tor at ~tig~n'.s vis~,~g her 'rlend/~ff'tha Fakler. ~, B~hillips has returned to\the rr~ers community for short t~ne. ~Phil Moore and Ole Omley w~re ~oeing horses Wednesday at ~le )mley's. Johnny .~t~zim has been hu~t- ing horse~ for j~lmer Johnson,this wee~. ~ ~ , / B#Ft Kreeger a~/~en Bur~hette are ~ow living oj~the old ~l~Ierrick plac~ ~ / RS~ Tasker~aTu~day eve- ning~caller at ~Omley's./" Oe~eece spent Wec~sday night with ~uclle Reicher~/and Lucile ac- companied her ~aSme and spent Thurdday nigl]~te~ith Genoese. Mrs. Ka~brer spent last week ~~ step daughter. Mrs. B. Mrs. William Sperry and Mxs. Kyle Sperry visited at Hodgin's on Tuesday. Ole and Cecil Omley spent Wed- nesday evening with Elmer Frank- lin. Church services will be held at the Webb memorial church of Trot- ters next Sunday, January 28, at 9 p.m. Everyone welcome Ole Omley had dinner at Phil Moore's Saturday. Orville Nellermoc. Leo Reichert and Eddie Omley spent Saturday p. m. skating at the old Orr place. Lloyd Metealf went up north to spend the holidays with his'cousins, Lelands. He is still there, but must be snowed in. hostesses to ~ members and two guests. Mrs. Frank Lostnski is seriougIy ill at her home in Wlbaux, suffering the "flu" and an infection in H~TM~isOn visited in the guest of her daughter, Pedersen. Dave, Dick, Samson and Frank Debilzer business visitors in Baker Ekalaka Sat- urday. The Wibaux boys bask- etball teams won double victory when they the Sav- age boys and girls at local gym Friday night. After game, a social hour and was enjoyed by all present. Mr. and Mr Roebuck and Mr. and Mrs. Schneider were hosts Saturday when they entertained of friends at the Whis~ was the diversion several hours, after lunch was served J. H. Kusske returned Sat- from Portland, Oregon, where she had been called by the serious illness of her sister and brother-in- Mrs. I~ C. law, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Orr. She W. E. Man- reports them both Improvlz~. ~o the members Attorney and Mrs. Thos. C. Colton Wlbaux Woman'e club, at the returned home Saturday after be- Faltermeyer home. Mrs. M. B. Larson presided at the business ses- sion which preceded an in~ere~t4ng program given under the direction of Mrs. D. E. MoCann. "Japanese Home Life," was the subject of the paper given by Mrs. C ~. White and Mrs. Stipek read an article on "The Lure of Japanese Musle." Also included in the program were a group of Japanese musical selections by Mrs. M, P. Ostby and a paper: "Cherry Blossom Time in Japan,' by Mrs, Erding and read by Mrs. Samson, Ooncludln~ the business ~ession and program a damy lunc~ lng in Baker the past two weeks. Mrs. R. B. Speeckeen returned on Tuesday from a three weeks v~it with her parents at Detroit Lakes, Minn. Bud Drake and Rae Samson were bUsiness visitors in Glendive Tues- day. Mx. and Mrs. I. G. Sweeney are moving into their new home which they recently purchased from the Davis estate. Advertisements are your pocket- book editorials. They interpret the was served by the merchandise news. :- Cuba's Newest Ruler A fairly large crowd was In tendance at the 1 community club IRst The meeting was the president, roll call was gr~Z, and the minutes of the last ing were read. A con~Jnittee ney, was appointed tO make rangements for a debate which be given a~ the next meeting, Aft~ the adjournment of the meetin~ tim rest of the evening was spent IR piaylng cards and dancing Miss Agnes Schauer weekend: a~ the home of her rents, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Mr.. and~ ~rs. Frank Nehls Beach visitors Saturday. Mr, and. Mrs. John Barklami ~ % attl~ Ernest Bat~- of the Bonnie ~y~r the exception of ~ day. Mike Camel's at the , Mrs. Jack son Alvin took fodder to and Philip in town on and baby accompanied town. , BUd Myers Dick Seerise were J callers at M~. Jack Myers' on Fri-I da~r. and Mrs. Matt Decker andf two daughters attended church in Sentinel Butte Sunday. The eighth graders of the Camel's Hump school took their exams on Thursday and Friday. During 1933 a 24 percent increase in stallion registration was recorded in North Dakota. There were 1,004 Miss Josephine Schauer has tak~ emploYment at the Henry heine in Beach aud has been for the past few weeks. 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