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Beach, North Dakota
May 17, 1934     Golden Valley News
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MAY 17, 1934 BECOMES LIVE STOCK IN MARK'T is not generally known what of all the livestock that to the organized competitive To market does z:ot nec- mean to slaughter, anyway, i immediately. The Farmers Live Stock Commission house, t ;ly co-operative and farmer institution of Sioux City, the following analysis from official records of the receipts Sioux City stock yards for first four months of 1934 ending 30th. receipts were 251,636 head, was an increase of more than Percent over the same period in Sioux City packers bought than 69 percent of these, while meat processors took nearly the remaining 16 per- was bought and returned to Country for feeding and breed- ~"l~ses. receipts totaled 15,761, being Percent increase Over 1933; by is meant any animal weighing POunds or less. Country buyers just less than 59 percent total, and more than 39 per- Went to the local killers, the re- 1 percent was bought by Packers. registered a total of 828,619 an increase of more percent for the four month Nearly 80' percent was in Sioux City plants, 16 Percent sold to be shipped latCkers not located at competi- markets, and about 4 percent as feeder stock and to the industry. and lambs showed total re- of 315.587. This was an in- of better than 28 percent over Period in 1933. Of this percent was purchased and by local packers, 12 percent to outside killers, and less Percent was reshipped to the i as feeders. I and nmles made the largest increase of any live stock. gain was in excess of 91 per-i the total receipts for the four ~ being 6,618 head. More than[ of this total sold and to out of state destinations, 29 percent was sold City trade texritory. OLD TIMER IIERE John Knauf of James- and Frank Gage were here on a business mission and in to say "hello" to man. it being about Judge Knauf and the foregathered together. In days we sometimes were to- politics and sometimes each other in disagree- time has fl~ellowed all places and it was a to meet the old timer ALPHA fl~na Wassmann, Reporter) ~llld Storm did lots of dam- the Jerry Kouba home on ?. J. Ziebarth and Margaret Daisy and Edna Wass- afternoon. Ziebarth was visiting at Johnson ranch Sunday. Barthel was a business I-L A. Bury's Monday. Nistler and Andrew Koh- to Alex LaSota's Monday purchased a few from Alex, and Warner a horse home for Lewie for he also purchased one visited his mo-[ sister, Daisy and Edna SUnday. Mrs. Harry Wassmann F~lith Carew were visiting Kohler home Tues- Carew returned to her afternoon from where Working at Mrs. Harry ; Past three weeks. was a business call- Tuesday Pete Jesok were vis- Kouba home on b >was a busines~ call- Saturday/morn- 1 e d Edna s~/callers at afterncdn. assessor, is A. J. Ziebarth, Har- were Beach visit- and Gloyd Bury made trip to Beach Monday get some prairie dog returned fr~)m the Frank is feeling he walks around and Ruth Rungs- week end with their ======================== GOLVA Mrs. Bert Covert issued invitations to more than thirty old friends and neighbors to meet at the L. D. Page home and surprise Mrs. Glen Page who has made it her home for the past three years. Mrs. Page was in the act of packing, preparing for the trip to California, when the guests arrived, she Was certainly surprised. The afternoon was spent socially, and a lovely lunch brought by the ladies was served late in the after- noon. Mrs. Covert then presented Mrs. Page with a collection, a gift from her friends. Glen in well chosen words thanked them all. It was with deep regret that Mrs. Page is leaving Golva, she ~nas been a resident here 29 years. She and her husband Jess, taking a homestead in 1905, and living there until his death three years ago. She will be greatly missed by all who knew her, but all sincerely hope she will en- joy the west, where she expects to reside. She left Friday for Terry for a short visit with friends, then on to Spokane for a months stay and on to Glendale, Calif., her destination. Mrs. Pearl and Sadie Page accom- panied her as far as Beach. Roller skating has been the attrac- tion at Golva the past week in Me- Mrs. Alex LaSota and Jetson and Ed. Eide, on business Wednes- went to see the doctor. The Senior play Friday night drew a packed house and all took their aa..'t~ well. The proceeds will go to- ,v~rd :3.gduation exercises. ~_'he mu- ~ ica! ~:t;:v, beI's by the Maantun si:~- ere were also enjoyed. ()i,~' lim,.dson was a Beach visiwr )2:'-,, B~u't Covert, Miss Nora Mc- ,~ee aud Mrs. Wallace Page from ,:,i: atLcnded the farewell party at ~l~,e Page home Wednesday after- Ii0011. A family dinner was enjoyed at :he Wallace Page home Wednesday :i%ht. m honor of Mrs. Glen Page. i iho~e p:'se'~.t were Grandma Page, , L. D. Page, Mrs. Pearl Page, Alvin THE BEACH, N. D,: ADVANCE visitor in Dickinson Friday. Wm. Glazier and mother were at Beach Friday, shopping. A railroad bridge up the line to- ward Carlyle caught fire Wednes- day from hot cinders, so it is report- ed and burned so it was unsafe for the train to cross Friday. The sec- tion crew put it out as soon as it was discovered and Section Fore- TROTTERS Leslie McClenahan surprised the folks on Saturday morning, when he arrived from California, by car. He left with his uncle four or five years ago, to attend college there. He man Knudson, reported it to Glen-. finished college, and worked some, dive and a crew of nine men came before he decided to return to his down Thursday and repaired it. [home. Last fall he was quite ser- L. D. Page went to Baker, Mont., iously injured while going to work Sautrday to visit at the home oilon his motor cycle. His folks knew Freeman Seeley and wife. he was coming, but they didn't ex- Tony Kreitinger and Gee. John- pect him so soon. We're all glad to son went to the river fishing Sun- welcome Lee back to Trotters, any- day. i how. Miss Marian Wosepka was a guest I Mr. and Mrs. L. Hodgin visited the of friends in town Saturday. t Andy Simonson family, near Clarke, Ralph Doubles of Carlyle was a]Montana, last Sunday. week end guest of his relatives ati Miss Kregness is employed as :Golva. house keeper at the B. H. Russell Kidnap Victim Mr. and Mrs. Russell Denton and little son were shopping in Beach Friday. Christ Johnson spent Saturday night with home. folks returning to his work Sunday. Mrs. Pete Schillo visited her par- ents over the week end. Bert Fasching returned home from ~ Monday and is working in the barber shop in Golva now. His friends were glad to see hilt~ back. H. A. Thompson was a Sunday vis- itor ht the Herbert Finneman home home, this month. ! Miss Emma Gilbraa was a Sunday| visitor at the George Tasker home. Mrs. Roy Williams entertainedl the Union Ladies Aid at the churchl basement last Wednesday. AboutI, 13 members were present and several# visitors. It was declded~ meet- ing to have a pr~ at the~trm~ Side cemetery ~'bn memorial day: Mrs. Voyen, the l:)r~ident of the aid, Mrs. Nelle~,~ ~nd Mrs. Met- calf were chos.~ on the program commitlee. It~as a~o decided to give l~v. Nelsbn ~.~ to show our William F. Getfle, Los Angelem broker, who was abducted from his palatial estate at Arcadia, Los An. geles suburb, by two masked armed ", men. K day d~ner guests home l~st week. disons hall. Young, old and middle- have all enjoyed the amuse- Burkey. Phil iViore and family were vie- near nd;dY TPh7 ~te~OI O:dho~uhee] oithth:ht?~ny_. ~:; agel and many old timerSdhsOrpS~la~- Oolva iwas pretty qr~iet aSS s a} the Kramer home last Sun- ed years ago were there P'" - afternoon, as the majo ty $e vitatidn to meet at th~ church base- " '~ ed every one to see them skate. [ the ball,game at Beach and came ment again June 13th Mrs. Frank- T.h Nellermoe family were guests Many came over from Carlyle and[back; rejoicing oyer the v~ory for lin and Mrs. On~ey e i hostess A at ~orman ~ellerm.o.e's last Sunaay. Sunday night the building wa~ so Golva, s~ore being 18-6. /The boys lovely lunch was then ~njoyed after l ,.:ne me,calf famny were Sunaay ' ' ~ e ~' , ~ ' inson Wed~esda and ,, " visitors at John Greenup's crowded that they had ~ dtwd th l~pla5 a~ ~ck . Y i which we all returned ~ome. [. skaters as it, was impossible for alll~play Baker on the ,Kome diamond i Twenty-three, were }present atl ~~ to skate at once. They expect to' ~ext Sunday. ,/ Sunday school last Sunday: ...... ' Reminder of Russia go from here to Sentinel Butte.\?ol- :i Mrs. Pa~slow/dnd daughter Mary Mr. and Mrs. Hodgin, Mr. and Vermont has a town named Mos- va should have something of ~this r~ceived a b~ of cherries and some!Mrs Crook and family were Sun-I cow kind to amuse the yuongsters. ~ b~autifu),./~-oses for Mother's Day ! " ~ " The dance Thursday night Was from4(daughter who lives in Wash- wellpatronized, and all enjoyed ~he-i~ton. They arrived, as. fresh aSe excellent music, the unusual gored though they were 3ust pinked. Th hmch was served by Mrs. MadisOn. writer was given some of the flow-I ere and fruit wtfich was certainlyi enjoyed, i Pete Sehitlo was reported on theI sick list Sunday. Bob Stone and Evelyn Petersoni of Beach were Golva callers Sunday. i I Mrs. Peterson and Miss Edna went to Beach with them to attend the'~ ball game. I Thos. Finneman and family from l Vim were Golva visitors Sunday they were als oguests at the Herb Finneman home, the young people were enjoying skating Sunday night. Frank Sehrom and family and Harry Funk and family were Glen- dive visitors Sunday. Ed. Fischer got some cedars Sun- :3~:a~::. Miss Irene Loreng, Mrs, El- day and planted them on his lot e~.l Welch, Miss Ruth Hong andI by the garage. .',~i~= Edna Pcterson. The evening Taking It on Chin "Four years in college," a profes- sor tells his school class, "is only shadow boxing." Not until one en- rolls in tile School of Experience, he means, does one begin to take it ,,n tile ellin. was spent socially. ] Miss Mary Parslow went to OllieI Saturday morning to spend over[ Sunday with her mother. [ Dr. and Mrs. Sutter were visitorsI in Beach Friday. } H. A. Thompson was a business] PAGE THRIIJ_~ vm- As~ ~ny em- ployee ~or in~or- mab~on abo.~ I~ di~nce or ex~n- sion ~elepbone NORTHWESTERN J t ! / i / / f' / When you are awgY ,on a visit, it's great fo receivea Eele- .... especially if l~ur hostess shows you to an exEension telephone . . . where you can talk in pri- vate and discuss personal affairs freely without embarrassment. Long distance costs liffle . only 50 cents between 8:30 p. m. and 4:30 a. m. to talk three min- utes over a distance of 160 miles, when you will talk with anyone available at the telephone called . . and an extens|on telephone costs only a few cents a day. BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY THE STUDENT CRY A Chronicle of Beach High School AetlviUe$ Editor-in-Chief ....................................................................................... Donald W~t~ Aa.~istant Editor ........................................................................................ Olive ~4~olt~r Feature Writers ............................................ MarJorie F'uller, Harold Whitak~ News and Alumni .......................................................................... Kati~erine Mor~m, Department Notes and ttumor .......................................... Eleanor OdenboIlll~ SPRING FEVER When the warm spring days begin everyone in school becomes restless. The teachers stretch the lessons to the breaking point in an attempt to finish the book and have a few days for review. No one feels like studying and naturally the teachers Iget cross. Every student begins to figet, the chairs all become more squeaky, au- tograph albums go the rounds and poems circulate which no teacher ever sees. Erasers, chalk, and card- boards sall across the classrooms and sitting upon thumbtacks be- comes a regular pastime. The Seniors know they will never have a chance to enjoy themselves in high school again so they cele- brate--the juniors have only one more year and of course that isn't much and the freshmen and soph- omores haven't learned to behave so i when warm weather comes it just I means--spring fever. Omley at the NEWS At this time of the year many classes like to plan for school pic- nics. but, as in the past, the school does not sponsor school picnics which require transportation. The school will sponsor school picnUcs which ar~ held on the respective school grounds or within walking distance of the school. In the lat- ter case, the teachers will act as chaperons, but in picnics requiring transportation, teachers can not act as chaperons but may be the g',l~ of the picafic party. HUMOR Husband: "I don't believe th~ fable about the whale swallowtn~ Jonah." Wife: "Why not? That's nothtn~ to what you expect me to swallo~ sometimes !" "Rosa, my mother-In-law is com- ing for a long visit tomorrow. Here is a list of her favorite dishes." "Yes, sir." "Well, the first time you give t~ one of these you'll get a week's ~- tice." At the end of his test paper the Freshman wrote: Dear Professor. ff sou sell any of my answers to the funny papers, you will have to spli 5 percent with me. On Play Day, May 18th, lunches will be served from II o'clock on, at Oilbertson buffding, former Red Owl Store place, by U. L. I~- dies' Aid. The Ba~k of England The Bank of England Is a com- plete private Institution in Its ganlzatlon. The Bank of Bnglaad bl authorized to issue note# upen tim socurlty of government bonds, b~t all Issues In excess of a certain amount must be covered by depoMtll in its vault~. It may be said to b~ the fiscal agent of the government. i / WITg do y~m suppo~ Cbevrobt keeps repeating, in all ot~ its advertising, "Drive it o~TS ~le,"? Very franldy: here's the reason: Chev~gt~e-~ee~s have tried out all the various mak~ af oars in t~y'$ loW-l~tCe field, They have eomp~ed pedonnane~- on roug~road's, in trat~ ovl~ Iglk, through sand a.nd mud and water! And tbey haveproved/[o their complete sj~tisfae- t[on, ~ same things t]ia~ hundre~ of thousands of Chevrolet owne? are proving in their d~fly drivi~. The Chevrolet ride ~dmply can t be match~i by any other in t~ low.price field. Th'S why we urge you to "Dr/re/~ only 5 mi~eS"--and that's why~e promise, "you'~ never be ~" fied with any other low.priced car.~ CHEVROLET MOTOR COM~PANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN Comparo ~olot*$ toW ~i'~vered pric~ and easy G.M.A.C. ~ms .4 Geru;ral Motors Value FULLY-ENCLOSED KNEE-ACTION WHEELS BRAKES gO HORSEPOWER 80 Miles Per Hour BODIES BY FISHER SHOCK-PROOF STEERING t ,SAVE WITH A CHEVROLET SiX W. C. SCHULZ AGENT BEACH, NO. DAK.