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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 12, 1938     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 6 Due to poor health, Mrs. John Robertson resigned 'as president of the &~mdla Ladies Aid. Some of the ladies of the aid had a hand- kerchief shower for her, on Wednes- day, to show their appreciation for her work in the aid. Mrs. Aldoph Huseth of Fargo, suprised the George Tasker family on Frldaay, when she arrived to pay them a visit. Mrs. Huseth is a sister of Mrs. Tasker. She came by train to Beaach and rode out from there with O. K. Omley. P. V. Moore is busy repairing tractor for H. H. Burchette. 1 We received a nice shower of rain on Sunday P.M., Mal 1, We are sorry to hear that Mrs. Kramer is not feeling so well, now. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Metcaff and son left on Wednesday for the home of Mrs. Metc~lf's parents, north of Bismarck, N. Dak., where they plan to visit until after Mother's Day. Mrs. Helga Hess is cooking at the Beech hospital now. Her mother, Mrs. A. J. Neilermoe is ,~aring for her three ~hlldren w l~e she has employmentt / We hear t~t Mr. 1~son is grand- i~a new. G _~_ atuiat~ns! His daugh- ter Imabel SliCck p~ents her hubby with a fine YmUn4~ster, last week. The P. V. Moores and Miss LOr- tahoe Walker were Wednesday evening callers at the J. E. Metcalf ho~le. Eddie Omley spent the week end with his friend Billie Campbell. The pupils of the Trotters school were busy last week, making paper ~tlons, for Mather's Day bou- quets, Mrs P. V. Moore and daughters mad Miss Lorraine Walker were ThRrsdey callers at the J. F. Crook home. ~ar Johrtson called at the O. K. Omley home Friday. Miss Irene Oreenup spent last week vtslting her sister, Mrs. F. ~n in Beach. The P. V. Moore family were vis- itors at the Ernest Moore home on Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bosserman Sl~ent Sunday at the iater's parent- home. 7! I [ I I I PLEASANT I _ I$11 L~ L_ Mr& Chas. 81ocomb and Mrs. ~berg called on Mrs. Pgul ~how Wednesday. Mr. ]~arold Moe of Dickinson ~n home folks Wednesday. Mrs. E. Osterhout has bee~ s~end- lZ~ a few days at J. DDavi~vidso~'s. cmnmunity grieved h.~' of the passing Donald Wal- ~tce. SYmpathy Is to the mo~ relatives, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Sloeomb called ~Kukowski's Wednesday eve- Mrs. Joe Popeil and Miss Marcella ~lscher were Beach visitors S~turday. Latest in Life Preservers Damming Attaohments Georgia Coleman, former national and Olympic diving champion, pictured demonstrating the latest in life preservers. A small rubber envelope easily attached to bathing suit or trunks is instantly inflated by squeezing a valve, lVflss Coleman is shown on left fastening the rub- ber envelope to her bathing suit and on the right floating with the envelope inflated. b _ I I I I lll|present at the Fleld Day exercises ....... ~lr~lr ~,~ 1171 I held in Wibau~ Friday . L~J-kl~b I LJr.~ , ,, I,,, I~~; thHi~rh,,s%haTlday~ ~ui~ sd?tia~h~ To the loved ones and host of warm y ..... , ......... |da =~ ~a~er a~u w~mwoqu. friends left to mourn the passing of[ Mr Roy Mc(~lain ami: Miss Vernz Donald Wallace we extend our heart-~Scheffer took thee grade "school child- felt s m thy And to the News force ran y pa . ,] of Ollie to Baker Friday to attend ~.nother place is made vacant which the May Fete. will indeed be hard to fill. The Golva Homemakers Club will meet on Thursday, ~y 12 with Mrs. Win. McManigal and Mrs, Bertha Johnson. Slim Brunosky and Roy Holter of Cabin Creek and Art Wang of Baker were Carlyle visitors Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Lahr:of Wll~ux were bualne~ caUer~ at tl~ A. E. Scheffer farm Sunday. The United Brehh~en /" Ladies Aid was entertained by l~'s. 'Melvin Lund Thursday. A fine lunch'was served. Leo Rising left by bus Saturday for Dickinson to bring home his wfe from the hospital. They returned by train. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Fulton were Baker visitors Monday. Mother's Day guests at the Scheffer home were Mr. and Mrs. Albert Still and children and Miss Verna. l Mr. Joe Moan returned home Thurs-] day from a trip east. I Mr. and Mrs, Rt~dolph Rising andt daughter motOred to Dickinson Man. 1 day to visit Mra Leo Rising at the hospital. Master EUgene Still is a guest at the 1mine of his grandparents while his mother and brother Duane attend- ed the Y. O. L. at Bismarck. Mrs. Tatiey and Mrs, Narum of Oille were busienss callers at Baker last Mon~'ay, Mrs. W111~am Narum was a visitor of Mrs. Elmer Wang Tuesday, Carlyle schools with their teachers, Miss Eva S~tbad and Mr. Donald Welsh and several of the parents were Yo'br Lister JOHN DEERE John Deere Dammin~ Equipment-- available for varioue John D~re listers --an&bias you to dam your fields for maximum moisture andsofl oonae~a- ~:vn,, Tho~ damming atta~mont~ e wide b~ whloh oper~t~ in the J[urrow~'Inade by th~ lial~r botto.m~t to ds~s, wlli011 po~lce_t ralna41 U.n~u_~. m absorbod into tho SuDIIOlI. The John Deem No. 650 Three-Row Ll~ter oan be oonvort~d into a five-row dam- "' ~l~g li~ter by the addition of-two oa~u and five damming uait~, avail.-. able a~ ~. oomplet~ ~t. ~$~ ua anou~ thi~ equipmmit. COMMUNITY GARAGE Alvin Feragen, Beach, No. Dak. Phone 170 Residence 86-J W. L. MOND, Carlyle, Mont. SAVES MOISTURE BY USING (X)NTOUR PLAN Walter Smith, Mandan, member of the Morton county ~gricultural conser- vation association has succedded in conserving much' needed moisture from the htavy rains which fell in that sectiin during June of 1@~/. He follows a plan of doing his farming oper~tlon~ on the contour of the land, tll~reby reducing run-off of water. In surnmerf~llowing a field which had considerable slope Smith worked accross the slope, instead of the old way of up and down the slope or by following the field boundary. He used a duckfoot cultivator. Smith did not go to the trouble of using an engineering instrument to determine the level line but farmed on the level across the slope as near as he could by sght. "When the heavy rains came," Smith says "it was qu~te evi&.nt that less water ran off this field than others wh'ch were farmed tl',e old-.~ashioned way.' Mr. Smith is optim.~'lc about the }~-sslbiIRi~ of c(mtour larmlng in west- ern North I)~kota and ha~ arranged with the Soll Conservation Service aml the NDAC extension service to have a complete soll and moisture saving plan developed for his farm, Irrigated gardens will be in style in North Dakota wherever water of des- irable quality and quanity is avail'~ble, Circular 161 by W, H. Farmer and Har- ry A. Graves. extension workers at the North Dakov~ Agriculture College, has just been prepared for dstxibution thru the publications department at the NDAC. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. V. ~. BEACH, NC~RTH HOUSE--56 GUY g SnUnel BU N. Da~. DR. ~RNE R. FORBES O~teopathic PHYSICIAN AND SMi~N 1 4 General Praetiee 1 Confinement Cases 1 Varicese Veins - Hemorrhoida ~1 Office Phone 79 ~" ~ ~i KEOHANE St KUHFELD ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phone 1~ Beach, North Dakota DR. O. R. NIECE DentJ~ BEACH. NORTH DAKOTA DR. E. A. NYMAN Chiropractor CHOREA (St. Vitus Dance) Pay 1~V]hem Cul, ed Hemorrhoids - Varicose Veins Thermo-Baths For Rheumatism Arthrl~ THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS ! GOLVA l~llHl~lll~lllgUlml1111$1~!llilU$111llillllllllIiillli$,~$$111$,~$1~ Miss Glenna Doubles who has been teaching near Regent h'as finished a very successful term of school and is now enjoying her vacation. She was a Golva caller Friday evening. Mrs. Catherine Strohmeyer was in town Saturday. She recently returned from Kalispel, Mont.. where she at-i tended the funeral of her only son Joseph. She reports a little baby girl l born to Mrs. Joe Strohmeyer, formerly I Merlyn Geary. a~ Kalispel the past week. Her mother. Stella Geary and brother Alvin and wife are with her. John Fischer took his bunch of cattle to the river last Sunday to pasture through the summer, t Mrs. Joe Schmitz entertained the bridge club Thursday afternoon and splendid time is reported. Mrs. Sch- mitz as always served a dellcious lunch- eon. i Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson and Miss Florence cameron and mother and Art Schmitz spen last Sunday visit- ins relatives in Miles City. Mrs. Bud Haigh and little daughter I returned home from the hospital Wed- I nesday. Mrs. Louis Hovland is staying with her at, present. Gerhardt Schumacker and family t and Adeline Fischer were shopping in Dickinson Saturday. Miss Adeline and Angeline are to graduate this year. ] Donald McPhee who spent some time here with his uncle is now at Miles Ciey ~ud his mother is with him. Leonard Nelson went to St. Paul Sat- urda~ night on business. Harold Zimmer who spent some time here with his dad, left last week for his home in Sioux Falls. S. D. Mr. and Mrs, Dick Riggs of Fargo mourn the loss of their little daught- er "Lou Ann". Mrs:~ Riggs was form- erly Kitty Zimmer ~f Gtolva. The dance Friday rdgl~t proved to be a very enjoyable" affair. Mostly local young folks attended but all h'ad a good time. Lewis White visited his folks in town Sunday. Louis NistIer recently returned from Missouri and other points where he spent the winter, Joe Fischer was taken 'to ~he Beach hospital for medical examination o~ Tuesday.- He returned home much im- proved. Miss Alice Tennant is in Billings wlth her sister. They have employment there. Mr. 'and Mrs. Floyd Tennant and children from near Wlbaux were call- ing on friends in Golva Saturday en- route to the H. Strietz home, where they spent the week end with Mrs. Tennant's ~arents, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Johnston were callers at the Page home in Golva Sunday evening. Ed Fischer and family made a trlp to the river Sunday. Baccaiaurate services will be held in the high school auditorium in Oolva Sunday evening, M~y 22nd, Rev. Smith of Beach will give the address. The little baby of Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haigh was baptized Sunday at 2 o'clock. A1 Decker of Sentinel Butte who spent the past month at the L. D. THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1938 Page home returned to Sentinel Butte ius Larsen-at dinner ~unday. Card~ Saturday night, were played and a very good time was Mr. and Mrs. Clemen~ Johnson have had. returned to Beach aftert a week's visit The many friends of Donald Wallace here with relatives. ~ i were grieved to hear of his death and Mrs. Bert Covert entertained M.I extend sympathy to the relatives and Mrr" and Mrs. Geo, Geary, Mr. and Jul- friends in Beach. A. M. Paterson and Mr. and Mrs. Renew Your Subscription Now! MOST refrigerators use power or heat all day and all night long, but here's one that's dif- ferent-its burners 0xe lit only two hours for 24 hours' con- tinuous refrigeration. W~rks Anywhere It's the Supeffex oil burning re- frigerator made by the Perfection Stove Company. Evewbody knows ~ei~ reputation for mak- ing the ~est oil burning equip- ment, bu~ if you want more proof, here it ,,-a lot of these refrig. 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