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Beach, North Dakota
January 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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Mrs. John and Word came was operated at once. Ed- Tuesday Mrs. Knopp the boys. a speedy re- card party was held L. White home Friday in play, Miss b and Elma Kauba win- ~rizes, Mrs. Grace Rose low. After a guests all de- ' homes. went to returning morning. Mrs. Henry Oisen and r afternoon a~ the home. Wassmann visited a couple the Andrew Kohler home. Dr. Fuller and daughter were JOe Schmttz and , from near Bearmen, N. D. Sunday visitors at the S. L. few days at the Matt on was members Thurs- for the sick list. Jake Kensley and so~ were supper and evening visitors at the Fritz Pa~hing home Thurs- JuLius Larsen and Mr. and Mrs. Rob- and sons were Sunday Fritz l~.sehing M. B. Hogoboom and w~at to B~marek Monday Lewis Drewnlak the A. J. Zeibarth Ryau and son were the A. J. , the RawleJgh man, , caUs in the Alpha court- inching went to Bismarck homing to see the doctor about eyes. LOCAL NEWS Mrs. Eunice Rogers was a pleasant caller at the Advance office Mon- day and gave us her subscription. we~. of WJbaux after a residence here of ~ver 20 years, and she still ~a warm ~ffection in her heart the Golden Valley and its people. R. Page was up from his ~va farm Monday, it being the been in town for than a minute since last being anything but with the old we know full well how s to get the cussedness O~t we won~ be We trust that note of this and n. Tuesday for further 18c.~Rice 39-It P~e trade has again been estsb- by the elevators of the ~tate the gover- it was grain went the embar6u was re- had not grain prices, beat the farmers out of some met THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE ExoKaiser to Spend 75th Bizthday in Exile Wilhelm end Princess Hermine The e~ate at Doorn In the formal background of the imperial pomp he has maintained in exile, former Kaiser Wilhelm of Germany will celebrate his 75th birthday, January 27, at his estate in Doom, Holland. Though removed from the glory of his earlier days, the former emperor and his wife, Princess Hermine, simulate the "old days" in their establishment. His sons and their families and a few re.LaCives will j o~ them. WESTERHEIM Ernest Chesley received an injury to his knee last week while hauling a load of coal out of a mine. A horse fell down the bank, getting Mr. Chesley pinned between the wagon and the horse. He was taken to the Beach hospital for treatment last Thursday and from all reports he was resting easier, being under the care of Dr. Lyons. John R. Rathbun and son, John S,, motored to Beach Thursday. Mr. Rathbun is road boss for the Civil Works administration project now in force in our township. They also called to see Mrs. Emil Kunlck. Mr. Rathbun'S daughter, who is a patient at the Beach hospital. They report her much improved in health and expecting to leave the hospital in a few days. Some of the young people who at- tended the dance at t~e Morgan school house last Saturday night were, Dan Morris, Harold Lowman and Harold Cook. win: Ctordon was a visitor at J. R. Rathbun's last Friday, Frank Morris, who has been doing road work on "Gordon hill" the past ~eek, returned to his home Sunday. GSO. Wright and Ted Cook were Beach visitors Thursday. They stayed to meet with ~ county commiMloners to ~ their ~iscns- slons on the CWA work. Mrs. John B. Rathbun and ~chil- dren visitec]r~t the Otto Will l~ome Thursday..[ |. Mrs. M~/~ Brown was taken|sua- denly ill,/last Tuesday. Dr. ~yons was ca~i and advised Mr. ]~rown to havlf her take~ the h~pltal for trqlttment. ~ the I~est ~eports she w~s lmprov~ rapldt~ aild was expected home~l~nday. "~1 Mr~ DiCk Pe~di~Lon snell J on vis- ited j~ith Mrs~Pen~,teto~ ~noth'er, Mrs. ~ R. Rath~i!n, l~e~Inesday. M~S~Evelyn lelson sgbnt the week~ind at -her ~me in-]~each. Ott~ VCill was ~ busini~s visitor in Sentinel Butte "~nd ~Jeach last Thurs~y. \~ Mrs. ~. E. Cook al~ daughter Jean vis}JLed with her ~tghbor, Mrs. Oeo. Wri~ ,t last Tb4~ay. Mr. and~c~k~and chin dren ~Y--were- Sun- day victors at the Taylor Cook home. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dammey called at the Eddie Cook home on Friday. Luey Coyle spent a few days at the Oeo. Coyle home last week. A. R. RankJn has been working on highway No. 16, helping put on ~ra~vei near the Malhon Stroker Mrs. Otto Will who has been help- ing care for the younger children and with the household duties at the M. A. Brown home during the absence of Mrs. Brown, returned t~ her home Thursday. Harold Lowzrmn and Harold Cook virdted at the home of Mr. and Mrs, Bob McLeed Sunda~, Owing to the da~ee given in Medora last Saturday night in hon- or of the marriage of ]Mr. and Mrs. Jack Connell, the dance at the Morgan school house was nottrio crowded. The size of the crowd be- ing just right to allow all to enjoy themselves. SIC 'EM, FARLEY! "I'Ve been ge~lilg threatening let- ters through the mail, Isn't there a law against that?" "There certainly is. It's a very serious offence to send thrcatehing letters. Have you any Idea who's do~r~z it?" "Sure. The Dingus Furniture Company." A warning bell that rings when gas tank is nearly empty has the automobile. what we need is a bell that when the installment pay- the car are due. Wiley Post Flies to Help Warm Springs FAMOUS AVIATOR HELPS PRESIDENT'S BIRTHDAY BALL Holder of the r~cord for girdling th, 01obo twice, Wiley Post hss thrown his famous plane, the Wlnnle Ms,, Into the nation-wide movement :o honor the President on hls birthday, Jan. 30, by holding a ball In every community in the nation to help raise sn endowment for expanding the nation.wide work of Warm Springs for Infantile Paralysis. Post will fly members of the national committee from city to city in fast time to sneed up the movement to honor the President. Leader of Navy Argosy Lieutenant Commander Knefler bieOinnis, leader of the his;uric flight a U. S. Navy seaplanes from San Francisco to Hawaii, is welcomed q traditional fashwn on his arrival at Pearl Harbor. Bedecked with his he is congratulated by Commander Wayne Tod. lpful " ' i :: He Homemaking Hints :: ICE COAT KEEPS MEAT FROM GETTING TOO DRY Frozen meat can be kept from ~rylng too rapidly by coating the pieces with a thin layer of ice. "The best way m ~eep frozen meat on the farm," according to Dr. P, F. Trowbrtdge and Albert Sever- son in their new North Dakota Agricultural experiment station oh'- cular No. 48, "is to take advantage of a spell of zero weather, "Expose each piece to the extreme cold temperature until frcaen. Allow a pail or tub of water to get to the freezing temperature. Break the ice on the surface and dip the Roosevelt's the meat ts much colder than the Why don~ they water a coating of ice will form on the meat. This ~- be kept frozen through quite a spell of mild weather." Alternate freezing ~md thawing of meat ~ould not be permitted. In turning to ice the juice within the cells expands and this breaks the cell walls. When the meat thaws the juice drips out and is largely wasted. Meat once frozen should be kept frozen until it is to be used. If mild weather occurs, the meat should be canned or salted down as soon as it thaws. Circular No. 48 on the slaughter- ing, cutting and curing of beef m~y be had free from the North Dakota Agricultural College, Publications department. Three other recent circulars by Trowbridge and Sever- son on meat are also available. No. 47 deals with pork; No. 49 is on lamb; and NO. 60 is on poultry. Dr. Trowbridffe is director of the ex- and Severson is a .... =B=uTTF] IsENT EL [ Miss Sylvia Kxemenetsky went to | Dickinson Saturday for a shmt visit J with her sister who drove a. far as THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1934 ,T The White House of Heaith at Warm Spring Dickinson from her home in the northern part of the stat~. Margaret Boisen is ill from a re- lapse of the flu, which she had dur- ruing Christmas vacation. She has issed several days of school due to this illness. Mrs. Ray Brier brought her infant daughter co town Sunday to receive medical attention from Dr. Lyons. She spent the day at the E. H. Mason home. Paul Brinkman. aluminum sales- man, w~s a Sentinel Butte caller Saturday. Mrs. Carl Englund will be hostess to the members of the Congrega- tional aid on Thursday, Feb. 1. Kenneth Shorn left Wednesday morning for Kansas City where he will visit Mr. and Mrs. Reginald Shorn, and later attend school. Mrs. Norma Martin has been ill the past week with sinus trouble. The St. Marys' Altar society met at the home of Mrs. Paul Wagner on Thursday. January 18th. The business meeting was presided over by the newly elected president, Mrs. A. P. Boisen. A large number of members were present ~o hear the first series of instructions by Father Hake on parts of the Mass. Lunch was served at the close of the after- noon. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. W. J. Burns on Thursday, February 15th. The Sentinel Butte high school team was defeated by one point by the Wibaux high school in a fast and exciting game Tuesday evening. The girls were badly defeated by the Wibaux girls, Mr. Balou of Wibaux refereed the game and certainly is to be complimented on his firie work. t The Charles Kirkpatrick children have been absent from school the past few dhys due o an attack of the measles. Mrs. Wm. Burhans was hostess to the members of the Study club on Monday evening. After a short busihess meeting four games of bridge were played, which was fol- lowed by a delicious lunch. An interesting basketball game was played here Friday when the Sentinel Butte Independents defeat- ed the Beach Bantams by a score of 34-21. It was a close contest until the fourth quarter when the Senti- nels made several baskets in quick succession. A clean game was ~layed throughout with Mr. Balou as referee. A meeting of the Catholic Young folks was held at the Paul Wagner home Thursday eveRing. This meet- ing which was Hake, was the organizing Table club, enable the folks to congn social and study meet- the household. thirty young people at this first meeting. will held in th~ near to up the b~-laws, officers, Math v~as ill last week. Mr. and Golva. Was a ,THE GIFT OF THE PEOPLE OF GEORGIA TO WARM SPRINGS With its imposing white pillars reflecting the bright sunlight of = perfect day, Georgia Hall, one of the main units of the Warm Springs Foundation for Infantile Paralysis, reflects the cheerfulness always apparent at this great health-restoring center in Georgia. Recognizing the invaluable assistance which the Foundation has rendered to President Roosevelt in his fight for health, a national committee of prominent leaders, beaded by Colonel Henry L. Doherty, is staging on January 30, Mr. Roosevelt's fifty-second birthday, 5,000 Presidential Birthday Balls in honor of the Chief Executive and as a means of raising a permanent endowment fund for the Foundation to carry on and expand Its work. IN FOND MEMORY OF HF.~EN AND FLORENCE KRAUSE home The defeated by high by a margin girls also defeated by Golva a score of 14-5. the boys must a battle as very few emerged without a few scratches. Bud Haigh of Golvs refereed the game. The next meeting of the Study club will be held at the home of Mrs. Aud Nunn on Thursday, Feb. 1. Jim Thorsen was taken to Beach Monday to receive medical treat- ment at the Beach hospital for a badly infected leg. The Sentinel Butte Firemen held their annual meeting at the fire hall Monday evening. Officers were elected for the coming year as fol- lows: Fire chief, Byron Hogoboom; assistant fire chief, C. P. Reed; sec- retary, Guy Hall; treasurer, Neff Hogoboom. Mrs. John Irons of Alpha called on Mrs. Louie Hovland Monday. The W. B. A. members were en- tertained by Mrs. Louise Gardner at the Albert Gilbert hom'e here in town Saturday. During the business meeting the ladies made plans for a trip to Glendlve Thursday, where they will be entertained by the W. B. A. members of that city. Bridge was played at three tables, first prize being won by Mrs. C. P. Reed, second by Mrs. J. P. Jordan and consolation by Mrs. E. D. Nel- son. A delectable lunch was served at the close of the afternoon. Friends of Mrs. J. P. Jordan are pleased to see that she is able to get out and around again after her recent operation. Mrs. Jordan has been home for some time but has only recently been ahle to leave the house. The basketball schedule for this week is as follows: Sentinel High and Model High Friday at Dickin- son. and Sentinel Independents and Medora Independents at Medora on Saturday. Guy Hall returned Tuesday from Baker where he spent several days on business. Feeding both milk and green feed to laying hens sometimes increases the proportion of eggs that hatch as much as 10 or 12 percent. More fertile eggs are obtained from flocks fed a green feed and milk, and sup- plied with vitamin D. VltamlD D may be supplied either in cod liver oil or by the direct rays of the sun. Read the advertisements simplify your ~ndin~. By Mrs. J. H. Sifert Wibaux, Montana Alas! What comfort can we give? How heal a broken heart? When from this life we still must live Hath gone the better part? But in the grave all trials end The troubled soul finds rest And God afflictions often sends To those he loveth best. It is with depest grief and sorrow that I read in the Advance of the cruel blow that has fallen on my dear old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krause and daughters, when the angel of Death spread his somber pinions over their happy home and carried away two lovely daughters in one short month. First happy, sweet, lovable Helen, aged 22, then Florence, 17, the baby and pet of It seems very hard for us at all to understand the workings of Divine Powers and to be able to bow to His Holy will and say, "Thy Will Be Done." and to that whatever He does is for best. May God comfort them show them the silver lining in dark cloud which is now o'er shadowing their once happy home and bring to them his choicest blessings. "She sleeps" they say, "Ah, come away; Kiss her and leave her~thy love is clay." Babk from her brow so cold and fair They smoothed her tresses of rippling hair. And over her bosom they cross her hands With the murmured words, "God understands," For he giveth his loved ones sleep-- The calm that has fallen is strange and deep. But for her loved ones, all joy is fled. CARD OF THANKS It is our desire to thank ~ii~cerely those dear friends who j~ntributed to our heavy expenses#~and those who did all in,heir ~#~er to lighten our burden of gri~Wby their, pres- ence and their ,~Ip in our home and for the ]o]~ly flowers and the spiritual bou~t, given for our dear daughter, Florence.--Mr. and Mrs. Matt. Krause and Family. Accurate and fair production elamis by growers when they fill out contract forms in the corn-hog adustment program will speed up the work of clearing contracts and make possible earlier payment of adjustment checks. kiss; They are silent now and mo- tionless. ~. The beautiful hands are still and cold The beautiful eyes a dre~tmis~ sleep hold. The last farewell and caz~m are o'er And grief like waves on a barren shore Sweep over them in endless tide As they bear her away from their lone hearth-side. The Mass is said and the pray- ers are done "May she Rest in Peace," our cherished one Under a snow drift, pure and white Her form is veiled from mortal sight. Daughter, sister and pal so true Dear Helen and Florence, how we'll miss you. Yours the gain and ours the loss For you the Crown, for us the Cross. Sainted by death, yet bound to earth, By ties of love and honest worth. To mortals few such bliss is s given, May we meet with you at in Heaven. ? :f They are left alone with their beautiful dead Alone with her but she does not speak Though they press their lips to her quiet cheek. There rests the cold pale shape of clay But the soul they loved has passed away, And left so still the beautiful form That once with life and love Was war~l, Softly they stoop those lips to ? Gem Theater [, with SYLVIA GEORGE RAFT By Vina Delmar, of "Bad Girl" Also "HOLLYWOOD PARADE," No. 3 And Paramount News 7:30 and 9 p.m. -:- AduRs35c