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April 26, 1934     Golden Valley News
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to ]Farmer. Case. "~t, N. D, April 19.--Csptaln Ill~elter and three members of ~e ~ ~ guard, sent by order ~.Oovernor Lanier evict~ farmer, were arrut by order of K. Murray charg- ed with mmault with deadly weapons Id extortion. Ball was furnish- d and an agreement made between ~ and an assistant attorney to expedite the case to the" to settle the right of to use troops in en- moratoriun~ without first t~eelartng martial law. tO the state's attorney, trio from Dickinson, "heavily a~led," Wednesday morning forci- bly removed a veteran Hettinger cotmty farmer named Peters and Sons from a farm in the north- ern part of the county. In the absence of a declaration of martial law, Murray claims, the guardsmen are powerless to take mteh action and in so doing are ~nmltting both ammult and extor- t~n. a l~tory of the case which resttlted in the dlslxmseeslon, Mur- sald the Bondholders Credit BLlreau of Minneapolis secured title tO the property involved on a tour- about six years ago, At that time the Minneapolis firm rented the farm under contract to ~ricker, who made a down _. and New England the PaSt week. Mrs. Jim Roberts of Medora gave Fine Layout of Field Sports birth to a4ine baby boy at the Nunn Arranged for High and nure~ home AprU l~th. Grade 8eh~m]s of County Mrs. E, H. Muon. entertained the and GL'~..~ Day of Good Fun members of the Study club at her PremfsedAIIHands. home T~y, awn 17th. The ~. was l~mo~tt~l by ,Mrs. Fred Inlth, who reviewed the Friday, May 15, has been set as the "Back; to Your Knitting," by time for holding the county play- Ooodman, After a Pleammt 4zmlal day at Beach and the boys and girls hour refreshments were served. Of the vario~ schools of the cotinty Mrs. W. J. Burns returned home are hard at work practicing for the, ~f~n Dickinson Tuesday after a interesting athletic events on the' five day stay at the hospital there. ~ ~ann, Reporter) Alice Scherman spent Friday eve- ning and Saturday at the Ed. Jen- dro~home. Lorraine Knapp is on the sick llst the last few days. Ladies, Aid met at Mrs. A. Od- man's at Beach Thursd~. A nice crowd was present and a delicious lunch the ReG. Nelson gave an intrest!ng talk. Liman imm is visiting in Beach this week. Arthur Marquette and Irving Od- man spent Sunday in Beach. The Pete Hagen's and the Jack Fasching family were dinner guests at the Lewis Drewnick home Sun- day. pro~Tmn. Followinl is the proIrmn as arran~! by~ the committee com- posed of I. I. O~ndstuen, clmirman Roy Johnson~ R~ H. Mllioy, and John went~Ed: Event~ For H~h Sc]~m/s BOYS 100-Yard dash. put. Pole vault. 220-Yard dash. Running broad jump. 8~0-Yard run. Running high ~ump. Javelin throw. 440-Yard dash. She is not in the best of health and Alice and Marie Knapp visited at will have to ~m~in in bed for sev- 1 eral weeks. ~the H. A. Bury farm Saturday af- ternoon. Mary Stoddard spent the week] end at her home here in Bent/nell Mr. and Mrs. George Oldis visit- Butte. ed at the Fritz Faschtng home on Mx. and Mrs. E. H. Mason were Thursday. Miss Bertha Whitaker and Rlaph SatUrday evening callers at the Ray]Bussman were visitors at the H.A. Brier and Ross Johnstone homes, l Bury home Sunday. Mrs. Flagg is assisting with thei Mr. and Mrs. John Knapp and work at the Nick Uetz home. family and, Mr. John Jesok were Mr. and Mrs. Loule Hovland re- dinner guests at the Frank Knapp turned home from Rothsay, Minn., home Sunday. Sunday evening. Lo~le's mother, Vera and Mrytle Whitaker were who has been very ill is somewhat visiting at the H. A. Bury home over improved in health at present. HOG- the week end. lands report severe dust storms in Mr. and Mrs. Louie Tungsvik and THURSDAY, APRIL ALL[G[D COV. (Continued from page one) from the federal government, both in the state highway department and in the federal relief office. Embraced in the indictments are specific charges against each of the nine indicted. The charges cover a wide range. Some cite solicitation of federal employees for oontribu- tions to the Leader. Others cite that ~rkers of federal pay were told their jobs were in jeopardy unless pledges to the Leader were made. Still another ~ t~ dismissal of a' worker for failure to pay an as- sessment to the Leader. In all the counts including in the indictments, cover those activities of the Langer administration organ Which the goverrmient~ maintains had bearing on individuals in its employment. The language of the counts against the governor: "That on and between the 5th day of June /933, and the 5th day of March, 1934, at Bismarck in the county of Burleigh, and district of North Ds kota and within the juris- diction of this honorable court, the ~efendant, William Langer, with- drew from the account of the Lead- er in the Bank of North Dakota and deposited to his personal account in the Dakota National Bank and Trust company of Bismarck, N. D., various sums of money amounting to $15,006.73, a portion .of which said money had been contributed by the TO BISHARC~ Mrs. C. O. Ellinger went to Bis- marck to attend the State Christia~ Endeavor association meeting being held there last week. She left here Friday and returned Sunday night, taking with her Loretta Edison, Dorothy Whitaker. Idllian Stark and Harry Smith of Sentinel Butte. lenry Thoemke is a new candi- date in the field for sheriff. yElWyn Teed, secretary of the oung Democrats of Golden vaile~ county calls attention to a radio talk that will be given by Attorney W. Ray Retchert, of Bowman, N. D., National representative of the Yotm~ Democratic clubs of North Dakota, broadcast over station ~ Bis- marck, April 30th at 5 p. m. time. There wRl be services in St. Matt- hews Episcopal church next Sunday at 11 in the morning, ReG. McNam- arm of Dickinson officiating. WILL MAKE W~STERN Mr. and Mrs. Verl Duty urday for a visit with Belfleld where they will stay the first of May when they for ~t motor trip west. They to travel slowly and see there is to -see, going Glacier National Park and through Scattered then southern, California. The have t~ ste theth move &way but nevertheless, envy them the ful trip west ahead of them.~ and Mrs. Doty state that going to enjoy this trip it is to I~ taken leisurely, ff tt~ them an summer to reach tination. Flora Sinz of Carlyle ie in Beach hospital for medical ment. r ANENT WAVE SPECIAL f/. A GENUINE CROQUINOLE--$2.50-$3.00 // ~ COMBINATION~$2.50-$3.50-$5.00 !\ OF ! \ /'~ GLADYS BRECHTEL ! \ , ) Pe a.ent Wave Spec iist Oradu~ul's Hairdressing ACademy of Minneapolis Mile rim. ~0-Yard relay race. GIRI~ Potato race. Baseball throw for accuracy. 'Baseball throw for distance. 100-Yard dash, 50-Yard dash. Runnin~ broad Jump. RULE~ OF THIS OO~T 1. Each school cannot enter more than three contestants in each event, except in the relay race. 2. No contestant ican enter more Minnesota and all throughout No. Dak. Mrs. Nick Lardy left Tuesday for Minneapolis for a two weeks visit Mrs. Zlnall is spending a few days with her mother. at the Tescher home before return- ln~ to hre home in Minnesota, ~ahe has spent the winter here visiting her son Ray. Orimm, who has been at the Jordan farm, is with an abscess under his is staying at the John Cora weiw~ea~ the Ed. Jendro home ~. \~\ persons mentioned and described in Ora~e~@tose and Edn~ Wassmann thls indictment t~ree years experience. were~ernight guests a~ the John "That on or about the 12th da'y of t / Kn~p home Wednesday~ May, 1., at Bis k in the coun- ' y eaut-onpCLO ~. A. Bury and Gloyd ~ury wer~ ~y of Burleigh, state and district of ~ ~]Dicki~~ay wh~rc Oloyd North Dakota, and within the jur- \\ ~ ~e~nt to~ @ the ~octor~ about his isdiction of this honorable court, the ~ ............ / ~For Women Who Care" ea~ trou~e~ \ ~ defendant, William Langer, caused I PHONE 177 t~erl~ ~: ~IPP was i,a bt~siness call- a cashier's check to be purchasedt Belch, No. erbt ~a'~a-turd~y ~ernoon. with funds then and there in an t~lbl~wind~ di~ much dam- account in the Bank of North Da- again (~ Al~u~ryL kota in the name of 'The Leader' I~. I~ l. Je~ro /visited Mrs. in the sum of $2,461.48, dated May Archie K~ nnedy Fri~ay evening 12, 1933, made payable to P. C. Rem- MI'. ant Mrs. B~arry Wassmann --nttwardpu'ase' Stricker' than three events' excluding the re" Grimm hme here in twn"held th ington&Son~beingcheckNo2~970, Gem Th te however, fai!edlto abide by the con- lay race. The members of the St. Mary's and Edith Carew were dinner and which said check was thereafter ~q~t~.fourthe ,tate' sald,of andthe t ee ; IOrr place, ah; 0g~es~un~y.the ~ndrew Kohler home d;l~elcd~dinCg~oSed&tsoben d:libreo~d m0r~ y e Minneapolls be p s nted to over'b vlce r ".l~. - - ~ Harold and- Margaret Ziebarthierage company of Bismarck, N. D, ~0" The bndhIders firm Paid all all wh win 1st' ~d' r 9rd Place" - Y - P'! e'slaent' M~rs" "erg'e and Ruth Tungsvik were visitrs at ~cand 'thereafter charged t said ac~" -- .m~b ~~, 7-- taxes on the property meanwh,e, . 5_ End,as must be in the~oun- ~;mee=rved~a~T~ous ren:esnmen~s the Otto Johnston h~me Sunday af-Icu,n~ of the Leader on the 13th day Some time ago the Minneapolis cy ~u.~er~.~naen~s .office, Beach, Alth - "c'~ -me m.eeung, ternoon i o~ May, 1983." a ,h~n took court action to have the n~ mTt~e tat~ea~e Monday, May 14th. night U~o~t~~:~ Friday Edna ~assmann spent Friday' .e~ntr~t.of St.rickler Cancelled andla ~ met starts at 9 oclock neat s~w~ ~_quitega night and S~t~rday and Sunday Vis-IEDITOR URGES OTHER SAT. SUN., APRIL .2gth and ]91 U~ cour~ lasu~ an execution oraer, " " . . towar~r~ha~nm~;a~x~--~ _ iting Mr and Mrs Gloyd Bury I EDITORS TO FIGHT when the plainer won its case. 7. Eacn _scn.ool must furnish ~ ar~purenasing sweaters .~h, Leona "Williams "Germ and Myrtle ! A wek~'- ~esers ...... anu nm --~u~M-' means Ir aressmg rm suc~ ~ a ~'n-~r l-e$~e-rmen"-Mar!e Keh'e' W~nitakerof __ we_at ~'i ._nne, guests at .... Tm Wallace, editor of the " ~ m==--'I7~u~ ,i'SITTING ................... [tent or other suitable convenience. ._B~, pI_aYed with ~ orchestl~ M-r~o *-d ~,,~o w ...... c,~_ I vlIIe Times stud somethin _ z~.r~mg me ~iat~m ~rom me ~ona- 8 In order for an event e last Stu club etin unt ............... vv ...... #. er g the oth holdem C~d~t Bureau, took poems-I_." ..... y . to. take ,.~tS~ub~n~e?g ~nt~ Mrs Grace Rose and son Donnie I . day at the convention of Editors slon of the ~ro,~rt,, Uv till Wed I ptace ~nere mus~ ~e ~wo schools an- "_~ ""2_ "~ ~.. ~'~_l .~,[e W tara spent the week end with folks " a~ wasnington last week that was ~y moramg cney fma sowea l~Ul .~ .......... " ....... I ci~l meeth~and ~{'fll a~b~i" t.. ~ .... ~,. ! ..... acres in wheat, when the national] slc~1~uc:t~0nU~:IH~e~ m Pny-i s~'n~-~d~w~'._ s~u~'~"f~r th]" theRelativeShom and ..... friends gathered at |[fighintonewspaperget things doneWhiCh~sWillfunnt W'th JACK OAKI HALEY, GIN guardsmen forced them from theI .;;~Y~ ....... : ...... ~l'o~in;:"~ll~:~,,,~] r e OI Mr. ana Mrs. Tony, ..... ' da- ROGERS, THELMA TOIl, GREGORY RAT~ ...............f~rm ~a ~ta~ ~t~t.~-~..~. ~x~-- l-~m'--'" | ~ .... ~ ~ ~'~ ~tJt~ o~ng.n.~z~o t ~ ..... as ~"t ~_~.~. x*. ~...~.~,, ~ Barthel .~undav~ ...... p~p~i~ff~,. | menmny aisnonest unless it" elim-" sessio-- ~ Ages g, 9, and 10 years ,~njc_~.aa pos.~poned the las~meet. Mrs M S o mates the editorial page and hol "" ' n . . . H goboom and Doro-I. ds LEW CODY, the PICKI~NS SISTERS, Etc. BOYS em at this ~ime~' . Rself out as a merchan ] r~ v,,~ .~ [ T~ve~es~'th is ~.~~ ~,~t~ J thy were visiting at R. L. Johnstons I ..... t dealing in rltT#'~ ra wr,~T ~av r~ ~ r~l ~---~r ...... I ;~e work-atOne w~ ~ _-z'-~"? ..... Sunday afternoon. ,cws anu omer reading matter and Also "SHE WRONGED HIM RIGHT" I~II]F l~ I [~IL I I~l IN ~K ~ i Potato race [ @e wor~ a~N~, I$u~ home. Mr A J ~h,~ .... ~...~, .... no~ a~empting further ublic ser ~J ~.~ ~Jl lq EN t.) t.~l Runnln- h~'~- " I I~o,,~ ~rr.~. bUSy ~" .............................. ~' P v- ...... ,, t "''' "' ller at Golva Monday morning. [ ,, and News - OIR, I~ ' ~' Mr The writer who m m ~- '. . . and Mrs Fritz Fasching and[ ade con- BUGABOO I 9:00 " family attended church at Golva stantly to feel that he is a subor- =- .... . I Potato rac , , .a uroay and land later called on Mr and Mrs !dhn~at~ro~n~l must always consider ED BY LANGER/Running h~h Jump. I lU;~ble cA,- .. [Julius Larson, staying ior dinner "I_.p e view of someone else ~'~'~F'd~'~"f'd~'~',~r.~r.A~~~| --- ~. . :- ~$ ; ~ : . ~ ~1 ann lz years J e cmo memecrs i " ] oezore writing can only mark time." , "" ~' , ^ , : ~OYS /~te at the Hall Tuesday evening..._=::=_ ................ I The society listened to Wafiace Says Fe41eral t~overnment ant 50-Yard dash l. parents are invited to attend .............. /after voting Friday that the suc- - ! ~ ~rend Jury Used By,th~ *Potato race." ~these meetings.. ~t~J[~L~[-~UM[e~' |cessful fight for inclusion of free, ..~\~0t A~ STORAGE ~l~eres~$ ~0 ]Do Away With *Baseball throw for distance. I ho?eS.o~4~tehr ~a~utz .visited at the ,-- _ , !dom-of-the-p1~ss guarantees in the ~I~ tt~-~---i~a Relay race I-4 mile, 4 entries. ~. _ . . ugn~er, Mrs. Peter -- ! NRA newspaper code was "a mem- ,rim usurat0r!a,- Running high jump. I ~" Laruy xor several days last wek. Mr. and Mrs. ~hn Honnold and ', orable bottle and glorious victory." The Associated l~'ess says Oov OIRI~ ~ , jDor0thy wose.pka spent Saturday family motored to Beach on Mon- .A report adopted by the editors ~t u ~tement ~v u~ ~-.~uumt~u-'' ~ "'" ..... " *~-'~ " , ~nq ounuay vlsltlng relatives in day ~'z Bolsen " salQ many of their collea ues re - S AS0N In ts_ " _ Langer, inmctea oy a zea- ~eota~o rac~. ~ ..... ' I " ' - - g " : ..... "w " - , ............... ~mwn . Anton E WahlLn was a visitor at ~araeo as "gratuitous and exceed e.~tl ~ jury "on t o charges m- ~ase~ad ~hrow for uistanCe, j ~ ', ~ . . ~ .... , . , .... , - slsta" ~big '~. SlneSs interests ' axe" 50 Yard dash .... ! ~uu ~olsen is the proud owner of ~ P~y Brler's on Sunday, mgly. drasuc the unm~stakeable . ~sekiI~ a .Ulliflci~tion of his various l~unning high jump. Ito";e~CLYhe~e~Wirr~W~,t~?,O's going l worMrks." Johnny Ho.nold had dental ce;ttlC~nutrnt~? frbYedPro=Sid;nt Roose- ~m0rt~atorla,~y his removal from of- Ages ~S and over I _ ' I k done in Beach on Mo day. . the press r~ ~ , BOYS [ riarry Gllber~ recently purchasedl Mr an~M~Mat Tescher motor ctause in dealing with the code "~: ...... -~ ..... ' ............ ?5~^r"~ a'~ ........ a new.lymouthsedan.. 'odto" last'M'~d~t. ~t /. " ' " '~~.W te.r~o~i cleaned,rnr s' Pre~, he termed as "almurd" the *Baseball throw for accuracy. [anKathieen_ a~d Margaret RU~ and Re. en Haywood ~ "/ rt I.,- | z~"~ C~'~.,,q~5~ ...... t'e interfered with *Runnin~ broad1.4 ~um,~ i Beact'-u wAnnThBUrnanSursaay." were shopping in from~q~dssouriouritheyarrive~, by coupleCar Fri-of rala r'OllUCal proper administration of an act of Relay race mile, 4 entries. . .. . , dayf~l,ere visited a ,r I m Vlothn _,tromV, eoar e~n~ess..': ,,," .... Pole vault. " ~orman. F.~RIOI~S was In Dickln- da~ withktheir aunt, ~virs. George ,, nnouncements -umm- er3 torage. tO ,her o ,e son .unoay f .ly ----for S ' " O : "" F Iracy to exact politlcal .... Potato race . ~ Monda wit thelr~ uncle, Ray OR SIIERIFF 'tom,ederal ' .at" ' ~T~W~"~ TerM~ddaf~wt~~,' leaving on TuGS- ' Base throw f Recur. for ,on whet they will get Hokst d D y ( zor trim me better I tgRnnt~ mgn jump. cW~muymcn~t ~ me/ .,.. Striking out at "big .business," 1. Each school cannot enter more La~tweek a~shed 16x~2 feet in ~ E.~k~H. Mas~ afl~ J. E,. J. Norem lnteres~ maydo,"he event, except in the relay rage. the homestead of J. R. ~oyer near Priday. ~---~r- PHONE 32-M ~nmle~ Two loads of hay and two WE CALL AND DELIVER Wil be renominated in June and re- in NOvember. the big. busineM figure they can get-rid of the morator~ is to remove me," he ~, "they are right, ,I knew the y that would be inflicted whe~ I declared the moratoria and I .&m fully prepared to pay it." in effect are Lauger's pro- ~amatim~ declaring a m0ratortuin ~n mortgage foreclosures, evictions and on business debt~ $I~1},70~,687 SPENT TO CUT A~G~S April ~l.--Chester C. said Sat- particlpat- cotton and tobacco progranm upto 1 had received 81~,7~'/. pt $ll~,4~,tff0 I~,~.~, and to, $1~. The ad- for included: Iowa, , $1~,f~/; Mon- ~mth Dakota, $~,4~$7~; 2. No contestant c~ enter mor~ than three events, excluding the re, lay race. 3." Points: Five for lst; three for ~nd; one for 3rd. . Ribbons ~ be presented to al who win Ist; 3rid, or 3rd place, 5. Entries must be in the Coun- ty Supertntendent's office, Beach, not later than Mondqy, May 14th, 6. The meet starts at nine o'clock a.m. 7. In order for events to take place, there must be two schools en- tering the event. *See New Course of Study in Phy. Edu. and Health. "SECRET SISTERS" Curiosity and gratitude are power- ful drawin~ cm~, as was shown last They a~t~moon when al- most every member of the Methodist Izadies' Aid ~was premmt at the church parlor~ to learn the nime of her "secret ~ter," the person Who had smoothed her path ever sinee last November, the while shaded bY anonymity. The secret was made known by matohing the halves of wen known ~yin~, each sister hav- ing supplied her beneficiary with a share of the quotation of which ~he held the key. At the close of the afternoon, a pat lunch ddnner wasserved withthe familiss of the me~nbem as 6ue~. I~'ona~ AJSuim m ~n the adck lint kst weei~ of straw in the shed also went up in slnoke. Mr. Buyer does not know how the~{tre occurred. Manager. Carico of the Montana- Dak~_ot~ Ll~t and Power Co., was a Beach visitor yesterday and said he would soon have some ~od news for users of his products. District Deputy Grand Master A. E. Kastlen and wife drove to He- bron Monday and attended a Ma- sonic doings at that place, Social events of last week were the bridge luncheons at which Mrs. E. A. Nyman, Mrs. Roy Johnson and Mrs. Bradley Tlllotson were hos= tesses, given on Thursday and Sat- urday afternoons. Candle light, and individual handkerchief bouquets were the motifs which predominated the smartly arranged tables which seated the guests for the serving of the I:S0 ,luncheons, ~ the repast contra~ bridge was played by five table8 The, h~ prise going to ~. mmn ~ m~ oon- solation to Mrs. Al. Kulffeld. Pel- lowil~ the luncheon on Saturday various amusements and conte~m were enjoyed, Mrs. Jess Houa~n winning high score and Mrs. Earl Miller low. Frank Parker of W1baux was a dinner guest of the E. A. Nyman's last Sund~y. Mr. and Mrs. Armen- trout and daughter Jean of W11~ux ~m~ Up and spent the late after- noon and eve~flng at the home. To the voters of Golden/Valley County / ~of I wish to take th~s an- nouncing ~hat I will ~ candidate for the office of sh~[~f in the com- ing electior~ I haz~Flzmn a resident The children of Mat Teacher are of Golden ~Valle~ county for the sick with the measles, past twent~-fo~ years and will The community club met at the deeply appre~t~ your vot~ and sup Twin Butte school house On Friday port. If nd~~d~ected, I evning. A nice crowd attended, pledge the blst of ~Fjk~tty to the Albert Gallus and Mrs. Ray Brier fulfillment of the d~f- and infant daughter motored to rice, to the best inter~ ~f the peo- Beach Thursday evening to see the ple. 5~-te. doctor about the baby's health. H.c. ~O~ZE AHolnwblI ~ o~ Less than half the milk produced Cashmarket in the U. S. is marketed by farmers as whole milk or cream for direct consumption in its original fluid WEDN DAY, 25 ..... form. The rest goes into mantffac- We will be able to pay you highest for the ~ ~. tured dairy prodUcts, items, for we have connections wit leading ~ ~ CATTLE HIDES .................. ./ .......... Sc to ~ per ~ DRY OATTLE HIDES V ........... /.. ......... 4e to 5c pea'~ ~ ~a NOW it is CWA and PWA and HORSE HIDES ...... ~. .......... / ................ $1~ ~ ~ ~t ~, but son it will be IOU and ALUMINUI~ CAST, U~ENSILS, ]~ISTON~ ........ 4c !~':~ ' - C~C, and soon it will be IOU and HO~SE HAIR, TAIL . .~. .... 14c~ptr lb. MANE ,. ~Z i~.~ ~ P~x~. ~ RADIATORS...L ...... / ........ ~ per 'm. net ~ SHEEP PELTS ......... ~ ...... ; ............... 5OR to 7~ eM >- OLD STOXaG~ ~T~mzms ~, " ADS muss AND .. v.../. ..................... WOOL ........... \../ ............ : ......... " TOO LATE TO. (~i88D~g - m~_~ far ic z~your ne~or sbeu~ it :~ FOR SALE ~-_~e0~r seed corn, I/ the business in this terrlt&y will warrant it, we will ~ _~ Shelled and ~rad~,~test 98 per- in Beach permanently and construct our bUfldinp in the ~ ~_ - ~ cent of ton. 3 for f.d 0NT HIDE C0. Beach. _ / 52-~. . , FOR Q~ ~'~riey, 50 cents $ 0P , Ol~inBegeh, N.D.,a~dSidney, Mont.,by }~I I bushel, deli~r~. ~ Inquire Dak- sons Mont. Hide a~r Mltal Co., Beach, ~ (Licensed Dealem) i r~J N. Dak. /~ 5~=1p a~ L4m~ed in Beach aerom the street from /be Tex~o ~_ ~ - r~l-lt.