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Beach, North Dakota
January 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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? THURSDAY, JANUARY 25, 1934 r L ~L t _ _ ,, + ,+ ADVAN[ [OLKS (Continued from page one) lisher of the Bismarck Tribune, and Walter Taylor of the LaMoure Cl-~ronicle. Large pictures of the deceased were unveiled and fitting tributes to their outstanding work as bt~ldefS and good citizens were _paid them by Editor Davies of the Grand Forks Herald and "Happy" Paulson of the Fargo Forum. The pictures willbe hung in the Hall Of Fame at the State University, where each year pictures of other worthy editors will be placed fol- lowing like ceremonfes. Considerable time was devoted to the code that is abo~t to be prom- ulgated for small dailies and week- lies and job offices, as all will c~)me ~nder this code and considerable expense added to the print shops, offset by stringent rules for fair prices and fair dealings among the craft. Many craft problems were discussed also. Friday evening the Press Gang enjoyed a fine annual banque~ tendered by the Association of Commerce, whereat the principal speakers were ex-Governor George Shafer and Present Governor Lan- get. There was a breakfast tendered by the jobbing houses, a wonderful luncheon given by the Greater North Dakota association and other amenities most pleasing. Saturday morning the publishers were the guests of the State Board of Administration on a visit to the new state capitol building and a couple of hours were devoted to inspecting that beautiful and splen- did type of utility building.+ The tower section is given over to the offices of the various departments and is already finished and occupied up to the 14th floor. The west wing is composed of the senate ~and house chambers, which will be most ornate and well adapted to the uses intended. This section of the build- ing can be cut off from heat, etc., when the legislature is not in session and a great expense common in other capitols eliminated. The building is well planned for the use intended, is very beautiful in finish and seems well worth all it will cost. A wonderful view of the surround- ing cotmtry is had from the top of the tower. B. W. Condit of the Mayville Tribune was elected president of the association; M. H. Graham of Devils Lake, first vice president; H. D. Paulson of the Fargo Forum, second vice president an8 F. G. Orr o! the Bismarck Capital, third vice president. M. I. Forkner of the Langdon Republican was reelected secretary-treasurer, and E. J. Fran- ta of the same paper, assistm2t see- retary. The Advance folks returned Suno day afternoon, well pleased with the little outing among old friends and scenes of former activltles. STEPS B[ING TAK[N (Continued from page one) ing 30 percent of the cost of the building. It is to examine all the circum- stances surrounding such a proposi- tion that the committee of various organizations is created and if the Project seines advisable the city council will be petitioned to give the people of Beach a chance to vote on a bond issue at the city election early in April. No building plans will be decided upon until the committee is com- pleted and powers of the voters definitely ascertained, but it has been sug~sted that the building would house the fire depa~ment, the city council and other needs of the city for office space, the public library, a meeting room for the use of the various women~ organiza- tions, large auditorium with proper stage, dining room and kitchen, cloak rooms and other accessories common to such a b~dlng, this city having great need of such accom- modatkms. Tlmre seems to be a very decided taalination among the people to farm such a Imlldlng. Be~ch is the on~ town west of the MisSouri river that.~kNm not have some kind of a community building. TRANSF/~.S CORNEA OF EYE OF COlt~hlg TO WOMAN Moscow, Jan. 17.--Prof, V. P. Fil- argo, of the Odessa Eye institute, announced Wednesday that he had succeeded In transferring the cornea of the eye of a corpse to the eye of a woman who had been blind in both eyes for 11 years. ]~e said the woman could see well now thongh she did not remember colors. CHOSIN OF Tl~g LORD Those who have renewed their s~ption during the Past week are: F.B. Kannenberg, O: H. Nist- le~, Mrs. Fred Stacker, Mrs. Paul Hede, l~ther Hake, FAward IPa~h- tug, William Recksvold and W, C, ~hulz. ~ Eaulee Rogers of Wi- baux also Joined the force of our readers. Noted Artist's Tribute to President Whom Nation Honors at Birthday Fetes Jan.30 A CALL TO THE COUNTRY TO HAIL HER LEADER This striking poster was painted by the famous artist, Howard Chandler Christy, when he heard of the national movement to observe President Roosevelt'a birthday on Tuesday night, Jan. 30, by raising an endowment fund for Warm Springs Foundation for Infantile Paralysis at Presidential Birthday Balls given simultaneously in every community in the land. He gave it to the national committee as its official poster. Done in red, white and blue, the poster depicts Miss America at the left protecting two chil- dren who are looking up to President Roosevelt, shown above the capitol. Tho slogan acrou the top "America, to our President" was coined by Mr. Christy as a toast to Mr, RooseVelt from the nation. Added Up--Perfection Plus! ~Phese p.erfect .~rls whOgTa_C0 the ads.7-, wh~ are they and how do they g~ rma beaulalm way-i "1"he secret is, they usually are composites. Here are three models selected by artiste: (left to right) Sabyna D omm~, for head and hands; Jane Baker, for ankles, and Estelle Martin, for ~ Add them up, say the artists, and you have - "perfection plus." " ..... Garbo Trip Piques Gossips elusive than ever, Greta Garbo, Swedish film etar, caused Holly wood gossips to tear'their hair and frantically delve for confirmation ~+ l~port that she had married Reuben Mamoulian (inset), Star directo' wlvi-thwhom, She took a motor trip through Artzona~ Mamoulian direct~ the ~ar in her lat~t picture. THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE Golva High School News LOCALS The fifth grade is working on a bread project. The fourth grade is working on courtesy booklets. Miss Hong and Miss Maanum have charge of the lunch hour this week. All the pupils, who bring a lunch, eat in the gymnasium. The pupils are writing on state examinations in English, public dis- cussion and intermediate relations. The teachers are giving semester examinations in all other subjects. The play, "The Curing of Dad," and other novelties were ~iven to a large audience last Friday evening. Lunch was served and a dance ~as given after the Sentinel Butte- Golva basketball game Saturday night. Music was furnished by the t Finneman boys, Irene Maanum, Leo ]Zimmer and Homer Madison. I GIRLS' GAME ] Saturday night the Golva girls I defeated the Sentinel Butte girls to l the tune of 14 to 5 in a well played [game. The game was quite a slow I'gam.e due to the fact that fouls were I called very closely, as they should I be' according to girls' rules. The teams were very evenly matched during the first half as the score was 3 to 0 in favor of Golva. The Golva guards kept the Butte for- wards from making many shots and t the Golva forwards had better luck I shootlng the sceond half so the {score ended 14 to 5 in favor of I Golva. t The Sentinel Butte players were I Vera Powers, V. LeMires, Lottie I Walker, Margaret Boisen, Kathleen I Boisen, O. Hollenbeck, O. Somers. ] The Golva players were Elizabeth I Strohmeyer, S. Schafer, E. Raisler, ]I. Lorenz, Lena Strohmeyer, O. ]Doubles, M. Kreitinger and A. Mad- I tson. SCHOOL PARTIES Again, I wish to call to the atten- tion of the public concerned several things which deal with the policy I of the school. For obvious reason~ no one is al- lowed at a school party without an invitation from someone directly concerned with the school. The person extending the invitation will secure permission from the princi- pal. We are very much in favor of school guests, but we like to know who is in our house. "IF" If your son or daughter fails to pass his or her examination, exam- ine his or her conduct mark, or the absence and tardiness report. If the answer is not there, visit the school for a chat. CONDUCT AT GAMES + The one outstanding justification for athletic games, as I see it, is the development of sportsmanship not only in the players, but in the student body as a group. In 1929 Golva high school received ished the spark for the Golva of- fense, while Leo Kreitinger who has been the best guard seen this year by the writer, was cool and exdeed- ingiy efficient on both offense and defense. Theisen of Sentinel Butte, all dis- trict forward, was Sentinel Butte's shining light, while Bolsen seemed to be the steadying influence on that team. Golva fans claim the game to be the fastest ever seen on their small floor. Excitement is high as the fans a~v~tILSa~sday night whep th~ Tigers engage Wibaux in a return game. Wibaux previously won by a decisive score. In a prelminary game, Got~a girls defeated Sentinel Butte girls 14-5. The summary: Golva fg ft pf Fasehing, f ............. 4 1 0 Smeltzer, f ............. 5 2 3 Schulte, c .............. 3 1 3 H. Kreitinger, g ........ 1 0 0 L. Kreitinger, g ........ 1 1 1 ' 14 5 7 Sentinel Butte fg It pf Segler, f ............... 1 0 2 Theisen, D., f . ..~ ...... 1 0 1 Theisen, L., c .......... 5 2 2 Boisen g ............... 2 0 0 Lyons, g .. ............. 0 1 2 ' Brown, g ......... : ..... 0 0 0 9 3 7 LOCAL NEWS Attorney John Keohane spent Tuesday at Dickinson on profes- sional business. The Greengard sale of overcoats has been very successful, but Steve says he still has a rflce lot left at the same low prices. Mrs. Clarence Overstad has been ill with an attack of flu but at present is feeling much improved, Edw. Pasching returned from the Bismarck clinic the early part of the week where he had been having his eyes attended to. I John Irons and wife came up Monday\ from down Alpha way to take in the show and were heartily disappointed to find there was no ;how. Angel .of Peace Mine. Chiang Kai-Shek One of the brighter spots in China's internal trouble was provided by Mine. Chiang Kai-Shek, American educated wife of General Chiang Kai-Shek, strong man .of the Na- tionalist Government. She flew by plane from her husband's head+ quarters and acted as go-between for rebels who sought to surrendc~ at North Fukien, Frozen meat should be coated with a thin layer of ice to prevent too rapid drying. When the meat Is frozen dip the pieces in ice water and allow a layer of ice to freeze entirely over the chunks. Store the meat in-a cold place until wanted. Four ways of using the land taken out of corn production under the federal farm adjustment program are: (1) Seed it down tp perman- i ent pasture; (2) plant it to legumes or other crops to be used for soil improvement; (3) allow it to lie 2al- low and control or eradicate weeds; (4) plant to farm woodiots. Vitus Carlson, farmer near Minot, received a $125 award from the Minot chamber of commerce for having the best established shelter- belt of trees in a five-year shelter- belt project conducted in Ward county. Many farms were h'~proved with trees as a result of the work. St. John's Church, Beach, 1st Sunday, 8:30 p. m~ 2nd Sunday, 10:30 a. m~ .3rd Sunday, 8:30 p. m. 4th Sunday, 10:30 a, m. 5th Sunday, 10:30 a. m. St. Michael's, Sentinel Butte, I~ ]~, Ist Sunday, 10:30 a. In. 2nd Sl~day, 8:80 a. m. Sunday, 10:30 a, m. i Srd 4th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 5th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. Wm. Fred Hake, PasW~ CONGREGATIONAL "The Friendly Church" Rev. C. G. Elilnger, Pastor 10 a. m. Church school. I1 a. m. "The Cleansing Power o~ The Blood." Thursday 2:30 p. society. 7 p. m, choir practice. Saturday 3 p. m., practice. Sentinel Butte 10 a, m. Church school. 7:30 p. m., Church worship. Th~ Communion will be held at thl~ service. Choir practice every Wednesdayy at 7:30 p. m. UNITED BRETHREN Rev. W, B. Nelson, Pastor 10:15 combined service of worshll~ and Bible study. Sermon. "BehLud~ Closed Doors." 6:30 p. m., Christian Endeavor. 7:30 p. m, worship service. Ser~ man. "The Empowering Life." 3:00 p. m.. service at Trotters. UNITED LUTHERAN P. A. Gisvold, Pastor Beach: : SundaY school, 10:00 a. m. Worship, 11:00 a.m. : Sentinel Butte: Worship, 2:30 p, m. WANT TO take l~ trade for 44 bu~ Oats or Barley.--Joe~ Prociv, N. Dak. $9-1t~ The Secretary of Agriculture haa appointed a committee to outline a plan for the use of marginal to restore and increase game birds. Man can exist on claims a scientist. selfish. Why not break?--Roanoke The Greengard store calls arran- it is making of the famous Enna Jettick shoes the store carries. Read it. County Agent Russell went to ~ Dickinson Monday to attend a meeting relating to government STORES earth ~. a trophy representative of sports- manship at a tournament held at Dickinson. Continue to uphold the code of good sportsmanship that that cup represents. Each boy and girl in our school. whether they are engaged in active participation in a contest or as a spectator should stand for what is right. Booing, razzing and the like have no proper place at an athletic contest. A gentlemanly and ladylike conduct 'toward the players and the rfeeree by all concerned is a mark of real distinction. It is one of the stepping stones in the devel- opment of strong character. TO THE STUDENTS The end of the fir'g~ semester is at hand, It has a meaning to all us. Those meanings may differ." But, this is the time to take lnven-. tory. What have you added to your~ character, personality, knowledge? How have you progressed mentally, morally, socially? Have you taken advantage/ of the opportunities of- fered you, built firm the foundation on which your tomorrow's hopes rest? Are you a climber or are you still standing on the same rung of the ladder as you did? Have you lost hope or have you gaindd more? TO THE PARENT Again we ask parents and patrons of the school to visit the school from time to time. Suggestions, questions, discussion of the chil- drens' problems, between the pa- rents and teachers, the two most vitally +interested in the child's wel- fare, would be appreciated. EXEMPTIONS Students who have maintained an 85 average in any subjects will be exempted from the semester exam- tnation, --John PariseatL TIGERS DEFEAT B~ In a game somewhat rough, the Golva Tigers handed Sentinel Butte a 33-21 defeat last Saturday. In an early season game on the Sentinel Butte floor, Oolva had been defeat- ed 0%4~. Gerald Smeltzer, captain and stellar player on the Tiger team, was outstanding. He guarded Botsen of Sentinel Butte effectively and scored five field goals and two free throws to become high point man for the contest. AL 1~Ing, play- ing hie first game for ~oDa, furn. bonus work for corn and hogs. He was expected back last night. Nope, nobody is glad of the cold snap that came in from the north- west Tuesday night after a day of almost tropical warmth and beauty. The fine weather has brought a large number of people from all over the county to shop and trans- act business in Beach the last week, many coming from distant parts of the county. Mrs. Edythe Sparrenberger of Glendive was a Beach visitor Wednesday, and her many friends were glad to see her. S. R. Bryant of Mandan, father of the local creamery man, was a pleasant caller at the Advance office this morning in company with his son. The Methodist Ladies Aid will give a dinner February 1st in the church parlors. It will be in the nature of a St. Valentine's affair. The ladies hope for a good attend- ance. 39-1t Father Lack was uP from Golva Tuesday looking fine. He says he has been feeling pretty good this winter and we note he is a heap more full of pep than a lot of the younger fry of the population, for which his friends are glad. Mrs. Nan Cushing returned from Bismarck where she has spent the last ten days receiving treatment at the Bismarck, hospital for kidney trouble. She feels fine but wit1 have to take mighty good care of herself for some time. Mrs. R. H. Mllloy and baby son arrived home from WKllston, where Mrs. MilIoy has been since before Christmas, last Sunday evening. She has made a long stay away and her many friends are most glad to see her back. Bob heartily indorses their opinion for himself. Rev. Ellinger expects to have the program for the state convention of Congregational churches, that will be held here in May, completed by the first of the month and says it= will prove interesting to the visitors. A large number of church people are expected here for t~at event and they will be ~lven a generous reception and entertainment. BUY Dakota A Nol Sugar, Flour! $3.59 *1 gack ............ Pure White Block Salt ....... Crackers, graham or Fancy Lettuce, only Celery Hearts ........... Seedless Grape Frmt, 4 ....... Apples, fancy .... Sweet We me highest