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Beach, North Dakota
March 31, 1938     Golden Valley News
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March 31, 1938
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The Golden V v~-~z 2 lany Interest- And THE BEACH REVIEW And BEACH, ~ ...... " ........ "~ "" '" GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA SAMMY ON DIAMOND Pertinent Soil mg Items Talked Over By Lions Possible Fourth of July and County's 25th Anniversary Cole- ,. bration Is Discussed The Lions turned out in goodly num- bers for their regular meeting Monday evening at the Beach hotel. Lion Bob Coutts returned to the fold after a trip around his territory and Wa4 ~uced by Pres. Logan, as was alsoEddle Osier, Red Owl manager, as guest. Dorothy Noyes Betty IVIiller and ~ary Ethel Gilman were also present and furnished the entertainment for the meeting with a number of fine to- selections. It w~as announced by Lion Russell that win. ~JPpley had received second for his sample of Ceres wheat at winter show in Valley City. He ~ted that the club sponsor collection and preparation of for the various shows to be In the state and neighboring cities during the coming season. " Inember. With the approval Of the club b ~l"ment -~ and the Community Better- committee was delegated to car * of the o e.: I ,Beach Gwl Sines n Coutts res d 4:) I a ta"- poned to a call for l Jr~ . l the ~ and Lion Miller reported that l_ tbalito _._ I Uver Bismarck i~E~.SS f,-- -- meLt~ was a sue-| ,~ pr~l~nclltlly as Well as otherwise. I * i n ~. ~:~,__~e ~ppointed ~on E. Radio Stat o W ~el~, .... a as cnan'man or the 'On to :1-Lion Y~'anklin.Smith was honored:hef~ :being named as c by i~o "'"t" -'- h~,rman of the "On :~. t-ct=~r u ,,~y,, committee for the dis- " :!:~" convention thor2 in Juue:~ wad ii ~cn i~uhfe.d ,,a.~ gl:en the ram~ .:.u'ies :~i~ W/th respect t J ~oUn ~ Oa (~ nsiderable ~on by Lio~ :~ a nUa~ber "Slinging Sammy" Baugh, ace performer of the professional fool- ball ranks who is being given a baseball tryout this spring by ihe St. Louis Cardinals. "If I make the grade with the Cards, l'II give up football," Sammy announced. "I re, ailze that you can't play fooiball without endangering your baseball career." Many Beach people were pleasantly ;ur sP"tT~ e?/K~ a~th :r~:e ThMoUrr~S?y:=ne r Bmch gwl, singing over radio' station KFYR. Mi~ M~,ran, v:h9 is in nurs.~ training in Bismarck, received the honor of being .selected for broadcasts as a result of winning second place in an amateur contest sponsored by Sam and his City Fellers orchestra in Bis- marck a short time ago. "Kay" Moran, .~s she is called on her ~roqrsm. was accompanied on the plato by Miss Delores Dohn also a ~,urse s~udent. Beach folks will recall that Kay was very active in 19ell singing programs during her high school years in Beach a~q w!sh her more luck in radio work. I~ is no~ known definitely whether ~Q}e will appzar regularly over or ~:oc. but it is bolieved that she will AAA Range Plan Is Resumed Again i.~*a.~n Program under which ap- I~ ~qOe:~tel~ 7000 North Dakota ranch l :Years "~'~._.nave cooperated the Past two tCj~l~ continued urider the 1938 AAA ~.~a~ Adjustment Act, the state l eomnllttee has se *H~ informed county f i~r~ rv'~'on associations its ; are l~'ac'" provls-[ '~'a~d 1~c-ally the same as those[ aVl,~n "1. 1 i =~-n.~ Under the plan in North I~ait~~ Will include an alolwance of l :~i~" ~ acre With 75 cents added f~ budding _.." razing capacity. Range- Beae] unit o" ~ I auowances are established for r~ ranch as the maxm ~Whlch can b- - urn amount Utices. ~ ~arned for approved prae- U ~ch~range'.b.uildlng practices by be or all of the AAA allowance H~ion ebvavrned are designed to fight ~~ Of ~tssP~q~0ring or restoring ~~ ~ ~ey cons~t of n.t.~l ~'~ ,~L~" o~ ~ ~ou~, ~m-off ~lln~, ..:=-.~,u eonl~ol by contour ~--~--- BHE,,,~ ~1 other ..,~ ,.~-,uw- I]_aa~eat o~ 7t~?~- ~ad the e~tab- ~ m~ ~ ~. ~ ra~ I~ "'~s ~ "~tabll~ed" for the .uy" ~erviee Station be oa the air tonight (Thursday, March 31~ a~ the same time as in the p]st, :-d~. 9'cloe1: p. [~ our ti;ae. LisLen for he:' and if you like he]" pro~rmn, giw her a boost by writing in a favora:~le comment. Opening Dance At ; City Hall April 18th Plans are going forward in fine shape for the opening dance and spe- cial entertainment at the new city aud- itroium on Easter Monday, proceeds of which are going to buy chairs for the hal, and from all indications, a record crowd will be on hand that evening The advertising con~rAttee for the event swung into action during the week just past and is covering a Wide territory with posters and other means Conservation Ques- tion Is Discussed Whether Man And Son Using Same Machinery and Faming Different Land Can Get Checks By J. C. Russell A question which is relative to the soil conservation program has been asked several times, lately which might affect a number of farms in our county is as follows: "If my son who is of age rents a piece of land and op-! crates it with my machinery and does' not comply with the rules of the Ag- ricultural ConservatiOn Act by over seeding his farm, will it have any effect on my farm if I carry ou~ my compli- ance according to the rules?" According to our interpretation of the rules, neither farm could qualify for payment if the total of the two farms 'are out of compliance. HoweVer, the question is being referred to the State .and Washington offices for a de- Cision. It would appear that farms operated under different work sheets by memb- ers of the same family using the same machinery would each be required to be in compliance if either is to receive a soil conservation payment, For two or more members of the same family to operate a farm in compliance and to operate another in such a way as to counter-act the reduction made on the other is considered as a misdemeanor with intent to defraud the Government and all parties will be subject to pen- Election l!ayNext Monday The City Election, will be held next Monday, April 4th to select various city of leers and at the same time the voters will have the opportunity of voting on the $3,000.00 bond issue necessary to complete the Community Building. If this bond issue carries and the building completed as planned it will~ house the city offices, fire department, and library, thereby saving ~itea sum in rental besides serving the ~ommunity as an asssembly place. As stated in the previous issue, tax-~ es will not be raised and the public will not be subject to any additional ex- pense. , The polling plaeei's in the City Aud- itor's office in the Gilbertson buildin~ and all voters should expos themsel- ves on the above isstl~S. ~T~ CITY COUNCIL. :!tYnce this is a questlon that mightLocal Candidates orlng about some trouble at compli- . ...~_ [ ance time it will be best to wait the I RA~.i~lnOt Their I reply from the Washington office be-[- lJ~lL'~.~llllllll~ i fore members of the same family{ ~Ja S~OUld carry out such a program., Announcements Letters are already arriving making in- i quire as to the relationship of lndl-[ viduals, i The political bee is beginning to buzz in the bonnets of local aspirants for the various county offices tl~t are elected every two years and in this issue can be t found the first announcements of that nature for the current year. Howard Stockwell incumbent sheriff, elsewhere in this issue, informs the voters that according to a law passed Beach, S. B. Post- Offices Both Make Good Bond Records Accbrding to items furnished the News this week by the Belch and Sentinel Butte postmasters, these In- stitutions at both places made very creditable records in the sale of sav- ings bonds, with the Beach office ranking second in the state in the amoun~ of bonds sold. and Sentinel Butt2 ranking second according ro pet" capita sales. During the y~ar =rom September 1, 1936 to Aug. 31, 1937 the Beach office sold a total of $30.187.50 worth of these bonds, with $22,687.50 of that amount sold locally and the rest received by mail, according to A. J. Gilman local postmaster. As stated above, this'is the second highest total amount of any third class postofflce in North Dako- ta. By per capita, however, Beach was In 30th place. These bonds are a very fine invest- rnent and detailed information regard- Ing them can be obtained from your local postmaster. See him right away if you are interested. of letting the entire area know about CLAR~N, K[P~ Rr~ the affair. Good music ~ been ar'i As stated in a recent issue of the ranged for the dance, and advance, News Oscar Clarin won first prize for ticket sales are steadily progreasir~g, Cer~' wheat at the winter show held in and interest in the event is steadily Valley City in March. His sample h, ad mounting, been prepared and sent in by the local Plan now not to miss this opening. Lions club. However. at that time it It will be a good one, was not mentioned that Win. Kippley, ' who also had ~amples sent in, was the Mrs. Leo Kowalewskl spent the week winner of second prize in the Ceres end at home. She is at present teach- wheat. ing at Manning, N.D. Not bad for Golden Valley! Tornado Plays Freak Tricks Theatre To Be Closed For New Improvements Next Tuesday, April 5th, the local Bijou Theatre will be closed and will remain closed the rest of the week. through Saturday, April 10th, and will reopen for business on Sunday, April 10th. It is being closed for the installation of new scats and air conditioning, i which will be put in while it is closed. PrImrtys damage estimated at a milBom dollars and the loss of him Iv toll of a tornado through ews NUMBER 26 Seed Loan Appli- cations Are Being Taken Here Now a~ the last session of the legislature. ~and when completed should give Beach it will be possible for him to run again and Golden Valley county ~t picture for that office. However, this proposi- house that it can well be proud of. Office In Court Room Of Local Court House; Various Re. quirements Are Explained Applications for emergency crop and feed IOa~ for 1~8 are now bein~ re- ceived at the court house in Beach by P. J. McCabe, Field Stlpervis~ of the Emergency Crop and Feed Loan Sec- tion of the Farm Credit Adralrdstratlea The lOans will be made, as in the #ast, only to farmers who oa~ ob- taln credit from any other source. The money loaned will be limited ~=to th~ farmers hnediato and actual ~h needs for growing has 19~ crops or for purchase of feed for livestock, and the amount which may be loaned to any one farmer in 19~8 may not exceed $400. Farmers w~ ~a4n obtain the funds they need from an IncHvldual, Produc- tion credit Useclatian bank, or other concerns areI not eligible for crop and feed loans ~ the Emergency Orop and Feed L~ Section of the Farm Credit Admt~tration. The loans will not be made o standard rehabilitation clients whose curornt need are provided for by the l~rm Security A~- tion, formerly, known as the Remttle- merit Adminl~ration. As in the past, farmers who obtain emergency crop and feed loans ~ ~/ve as security a first lien on the Orop fi- nanced, or a first lien on the livestock to be fed if the money borrowed is to be used to produce or purcDa~e feed for livestock. Where loans are made to tenartts, the landlords, or others having an in- terest in the crops financed or the livestock to be fed are required to waive their claims ir~ favor of a lien to the Governor of the Farm Credit Ad- ministration until the loan is repaid. Checks in payment of approved loans will be mailed from the Regional Em- ergency Crop and Feed Loan office at St. Paul, Minnesota. Spring Work Is Welll Inder Way The extremely mild weather of the past couple of weeks has spurred farm- tion is being submitted to the voters The presen~ seats have been in service era o: this area on with their spring for a referendum and they will have for many years, and a number of them work, and early seeding is apparently an opportunity to pass on it at the have been sold to the city for Use in in order tiffs year. A number oI farm- primary election June 28th. and of the new city auditorium, e~s already have considerable acreage course, Mr. Stockwell's candidacy ~s The management of the local theatre ~ sown, although the lateness of getting ctm tak th are to be con r t dependent on the a " n en by e g a ulated on this fine seed loans in North Dakota this year !voting public at that time. He is hOWl forward step, which, although entail- i~ hampering farm operations in m~ny iff mg a b~ ex ns fin his second term as sher of Gold-i" 'g pe e will give the corn- places. en Valley county. , munity a highly desirable improvement Local machinery mm~ arc doing a fair I The News is informed that other:that will afford local theatre p~trons business, as practically all farmers of [petitions for sheriff and other offlceS~mez.the last, word. in comfortable enjoy- the entire area are fixing up their ~ o~ the fine attractions which are are also in circulation and from all in- : eqlupment, in preparation for the dications, some interesting races are in being continually offered, spring season, and things are begin. the offing. Congo C. E. Spon- sors 1-act Plays The three one-act plays presented by I i Senior Play Pro- greasing Very Well [ '~'2ais Genius Business" the comedy chosen by the Senior Class as their Glendlve young people and sponsored spring play is rapidly taking shape," by the local Congregational Chrlstlan'says Miss Evans, who is coaching the Endeavor, which were postlmnea on me- i group. count of bad weather will be given The comedy will be given April 8th Thursday evening of this week at 8 o'clock in the local Congregational church. The young people have been selling tickets this week and last and hope for a substantial addition to their camp fund as a result of their efforts. This same group of young people with the cooperation of the Missionary So- ciety of their church is presenting next Sunday night at 8 o'clock, slides of Yellowstone Park ,and the home miss- ion work of that area. For this pro- gram there will be no charge but a free-Wilt o~fering will be taken. Y. C. L FROGRAM On Saturday, April 2nd, the Young Citizens League of the Saddle Butte School is giving a program consisting of recitations, dialogues, vocal solos, duets, 'trios interspersed with instru- mental nmnber~ by h~ and by the school orch~. 'I'Ve ~ '~I1 ~ ~llow~ by an even~g at 8:00 in the high school audltolinm. The play abounds in intensely human sitnations With humor and laughter given full play. The chairman of the committee has been chosen as follows: Advertisi~g~Igne FosJord IPropertles~-Thoms.s Hudson Make Up--Dorothy Noye~ Prompter~Lydla Dunder. i S.F. Bryant was taken to the Glen- dive hospital last Wednesday for treatment.. _A?.IK3 GR()~ -) nlng to hum on the farms of the GOld- en Valley once more. The heavy moisture of the past couple of months has brightened crop prospects considerably, and if pests such as grasshoppers and cutworms can be successfully combatted, nmyhap there will be a crop here reminiscent of the "good old days." G. V. Has Heavy Hopper Infestation A check on the grasshopper eggs the Past week indicates that the ground is heavily infested With the pest and the eggs have come through the winter in favorable condition for hatching. Most of the townships h~ve organiz- ed for a control campaign. Supplies have been allotted to Golden Valley county and the county commi~ioners have their arrangements well under way. A few townships have not sent in the names of the township leader and committeemen. This will be necessary if any person in any organized town. ship" is to receive poison bait. SOME PUNKINS! Fargo---J. Clayton Russell ~at ~sh, Ciolden Valley count-y,;ra/sed over ~0 =. " mature Buttercup sqtUtshes ~ ~ / single Packet at ~ea,last~y~r: But, - ..:, The Markets ~ ,,,oo~,.oo ......... Barley ........................... m Rye ................... : ......... ~9 Butter ...... ~Se F4~. .... ..':~C Cream, sour .... 2~c Sweet .... ~7c