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May 24, 1934     Golden Valley News
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~Prediction: Genera~ fair, ~, I/UL0 I " BAH L ND ' .... m qP ~ m ~ ~ m } VOLUME XXVI. Eight Pages---All Home Print E C , GO .E VALLEY COUNTY, N. D., THURSDAY, MAY 24, 1934 Copies this issue I010 NUMBER& nl,'.npm, ..... m m v w I" o v ' and defend'n" Movement Here P or City Light l'lant )ut In First Skirmish trt Battle; Court De- " " qF.., Defense Motions to '4. . ~ " ........ ~' Indictments and to] " ~s Case; JurvCalledlGOVERNOR DES- F. C. A. L 0 A N sI flVM NFJ .HRflJ Tli Hill n GOLF CLUB SEA-l ,m hnannn, " , . ltU/rtL IILIUHUUItU ! U HULU i IGNATES 2 6 T H $204;200 IN G0L l S 0 N 0FFICIAL-I ! WU ['flUIJU |' ~e~f~nto~e~a~a~net~k, May 23, Spe to A- AS POPPY DAYve E, htDEN 'Perce~t of ThVALLEY,CW )*l" DISTRICT , [SSlON il[l [ SAT s u I,.ITiONS PUT q Beach Auxiliary Will Ha "g y " as E eg fl, against Gov. Langer I Charge of Sale To Aid Dis- Used to Pay Off Indebted-t Membershi~ IsInvited totT(I PlTV ItA he others and to dismiss [ abled Veterans and Their ness Says Secretary A. A. / r'|ay uoit on 1'his ucea- I |i| |1| i | | Ill | ii~ The jury wm be I Families. Abel. " - [ s]on , lIv VII Ikt'|liliPlltF Defense ~ ~mn~rek, May 23, Spe to A.-- Miller in Federal court this afternoon denied all ~JJe. Thursday morning. North Dakotans are urged to pur- May 23---Special to Ad- chase poppies by Gov, William Lan- trial of Governor Lan-Iger in a proclamation declaring eight others, charged with federal laws in con- With assessing federal work- at Bismarck Tuesday There was a big crowd to hear the case, but the of us owes to the once strong-bodied room being small, tickets were men who day in ~nd day cue only the accused, law~ through the year lie in hospital jury, newspaper men beds. making poppies to be offered to us for what we choose to give." the case Federal Judge called up the jurers read them a half-horn" lecture politics or any- the evidence govern them decision, and also told the men to be mighty care- mix politics with their court proceedings. "United States marshal had an of deputies on hand to any demonstrations one way an~ a pro~sed march to of Langer sympathizers Probably no court the history of the state is attention in and as this. Unless the a motion to dismiss it is thought the several weeks, and ff is secured it is general- an appeal to high- be made. afternoon and was taken up with argu- to the validity of the in- charging gross shown in drawing grand Jurymen and the and that members of the League and.farmers against, and de- on a motion to charges awaited the eom- arguments of court- afternoon. a suggestic~n bY'--'~'~- owing to the high offic- of the defendant in might find it "dif- properly administer the Miller replied that "the going to get excited of the defen- the case "probably than i ~lther one of two things the defendants are else they are 'cheap are not any more ira- anybody else." A total of $204.200 of Federal land bank and Lank Bank Commission- er's farm mortgage loans was made Saturday, May 26, American Legion in Golden Valley county, North Da- poppy day. 1 He called on citizens to "bear in kota. from June 1, 1933, to May I. mind the overwhelming debt of 1934. according to the Farm Credit] gratitude which each and every one PLAYERS TUS- WITH BUTTE Game Starts With Each Team at Times; Big Sentinel Butte game started side scoring the initial inning. to its score in until the [ the score U to 4, fa- Then Beach pitcher in favor of Evans. was shaky and five an error, load- Sentinel Butte none out. relieved Evans, and two more errors got one hit, the With Sentinel Butte U. Beach promptly and held Sentinel for the remainder attended the game, up from mlpport their the would the gen- to rnsh ~n to points The proclamation draws attention to the men who returned from the World war "broken in body and spirit, no longer able to take their place in society as self-supporting producers of wealth." The American Legion auxiliary of Beach is directing the campaign to sell poppies made by disabled veter- ans and sold to obtain funds to care f~)r them and their families ODLAND PUSHED INTO RUNNING FOR CO. COM'R. Many Friends In Town and Country Prevail Upon Him to Allow Petitions to Cir- culate. [' Elsewhe~ in this paper will be found the announcement of Louis Odland as a candidate for county commissioner. This announcement is the outcome of urging of a lot of taxpayers of this commissioner dis- trlct in town and country, and is not at all on the initiative of Mr. Od- land. It can truly be said that he is a candidate as the result of in- sistence on the part of his friends and neighbors, who desired to avail themselves of his experience in county affairs, the gentleman him- self being verY reluctant tO taking on any public duties after the first of the year. This outcome is a compliment one who for 16 years served in t~is office, and who has really enjoyed, for the past four years, freedom from public cares. At the present time none other has announced an intention of running for this office. The last date for filing petitions for county office is next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Wieting re- turned today from their motor trip through the Black Hills and Yel- lowstone park. They have been gone about tWO weeks. &d ministratiOn. Of this total, farmers in Golden Valley county used approximately $16a,000, or 80.3 percent to refinance ] their indebtedness. By refinancing, farmers obtained new mortgage lo~.s which they used to repay their old debts. The.,/ generally reduced their interest charges in doing so. In a number of cases, scale-downs of indebtedness occurred In connec- tion with the new loans. These and other advantages benefited farmers ~rlmarily. Secondarily, creditors benefited from the ~eceipt of cash or bonds in exchange for obligations they held. Of the loan money used by farm- ers in Golden Valley county for re- financing their debts, about $41~00. it was estimated repaid their debts to banks; $6,300, their debts to in- surance companies; $12,900, their taxes; $1.400, their debts to mer- chants; $102.100. their debts to "oth- ers," or creditors not separately classified, including private mor- tgage loan companies, retired farm- ers and many others to whom far- mers were in debt. BACCALAUEEATE ~RblON The graduation services of the Beach High school wilt be held in the school gymnasium next Sunday evening at e o'clock, when Rev. Ernest V. May of the local Meth- odist eh~reh will preach the sermon. Rev. MaY will be assisted by Rev. W. B. Nelson of the United Breth- ren church. All are invited to at- tend this service. The Class Day exercises will be given in the gymnasium Tuesday morning at 9:30 o'clock. BACK FROM BISMARCK Jim Turner returned from Bis- marck Wednesday of last week, where he had been for treatment of his eyes and reports being greatly benefited at the Quain & Ramstad clinic. Being unable to read him- self, he got Steila Richards to read her Beach Advance to him, so was kept posted about things at home. He was away about three weeks. and had lots of nice things to say about Dr. Constans, under whose particular care he was. E)cetor Fuller has a verY beutiful lawn at his home place, which be- tokens care and plenty o~ water. 1 Congregattona Conference Closed Session Thurs Night The fifty-third State conference of Congregational churches of North Da~oto closed its sessions on Thurs- day night of last week in the local church. The attendance of dele- gates, ministers and visitors was re.- ported to be the large~ in the his- tory of the church in the state. ManY people came fit just for a daY but could not stay for the entire conference. It was also conceeded to be one of the most interesting conferences ever held in the state. The delegates were much pleased with the reception and entertain- ment afforded by the ~ congre- gation and the people of Beach. Their expressions of pleasure were heard on every hand. The interesting addresses of Prof. Arthur E. Holt of Chicago, and Rev, John R. Scotford of New York City, as well as the others in and out of state speakers made the conference of such high order that it will be hard to dupli~te. The next state conference will be held in May at the First congrega- tional church of Fargo with Rev. Glen IAndicy as entertaining pastor. Rev. J. 0. DickeY of Fargo, who is well known in Beach, is the moder- ator for the new year. Rev. C, G, mittees were appointed and elect~ to hold office during the year. Many were much interested in the address of Chief Good Bird who spoke at the banquet on Wednesday night at the Congregational church. A number of other Indians from Pientywoods also took part in the banquet program. A great part of the credit for the successful conference is due to the untiring efforts of Rev. Eliinger, whose efforts at the last conference brought the meeting here and upon him devolved the greater part of arranging the program and many details, he being assisted bY other members of he congregation, cape- MRS. JOSEPHINE LONG State Supervisot' MP~. EDNA E. WAI~ Supreme Manager The order of Royal Neighbors of Beach will hold, next Saturday af- ternoon and evening, a meeting which is of widesprea4 interest to all Royal Neighbors qn this section of the country. A very special feature to honor the occasion will be the presence of Mrs. Edna E. Watsh, of Indepen- dence, Kansas. who is supreme man- ager. The State Supervisor Mrs. Josephine Long of Fargo, ~tate Of- ficer and State Juvenile Organizer MarY Scott, also of F~rgo, will ar- Dakota counties. Two district de- puties will be present, Mildred Nix- on of Elgin and Anne Rhyner of leach. There are only five meetings being mid in the state, they being a~ Fargo, Grand Forks, Mlnot. Willis- ton and Beach. The program for Saturday will be as follows: Saturday afternoon--l:30 o'clock, School of Instruction, at which the state officer will preside. Six o'clock, banquet, with short rive from Wflliston Friday where a program. meeting was held today.. Saturday evening--Eight o'clock, Beach ~yal Ne~ are happy t Beach ~mp in ch~, at w~ s and proud of the ~ done them J large c~ss ol candidates be by the present of tl~.~dies. . | adopr~l. . ......... There will be~'-al~ddn@| At the el~e o~ the even~r~ ngn~ this meeting from ten weMm~ Nm'th / re~eshments will be served. BATTLING HO~ [ AWAY FOR A VISIT At three points in the county tl~I Mrs. O. E. Grlfflths and children workers are mrnfng out poison hop- left the first of the week for a visit per bait at a rapid rate, and the iwith her parents at Mitchell, S. D. war on the insects has really begun in earnest, as there is dire need of saving as much grain as possible. The ~ warm weather is produc- ing hoppers by the million, but the prompt action for poisoning them promises to great~,lessen the Io~- es from their depredations. Taken. together with the drought, the farmers are seriously threatened by the general infestation of the hop- pets, and there is no doubt that an honest to goodness fight against the pest will be made. At some places in Montana especially equipped air- shiPS will do the scattering of the poison dope, it being believed this system will more thoroughly spread the bait than if done bY hand, and do it much quicker. Mrs. Griffiths plans to staY until July when Mr. Orlfflthe takes his vacation, at which time he Will go to Mitchell for a visit of two or three daYS. From there he will take his family on a tour of Yellowstone park, also Glacier National park if he has time. They will be two weeks going through the parks. DEMOCRATIC CANDIDATES The Democrats of the 39th l~Is- iative district have named A.H. Beckley of Beach, C. J. Jett of Bow- man ~nd Ray Leafy of Slope c~tmty as their legislative standard bearers and invite the populace to look 'era over. How Cloud Hit Gotham ciallY the ladies, and by the mer- chants of the city. Many of those from other parts of the state who attended the con- vention were surprised at Beach. While manY of them had favorable impressions of the city they did not expect to find so thoroughgoing a place, nor such cordiality ~ p~e~; in~ entertainment, on ~ne o~ ~nd the city people in large num- bers greatly enjoyed many of the addresses and other feat ~ures of the conference, and will a~ any ~nne De glad to entertain such a lo! of Ellinger of Beach is the a~istant moderator. Other officers and corn- folks again. The Beach golf club is now open for the 1934 season. The officials and the grounds committee have been busy early and late to bring the fairways and greens up to the usual high standard condition for which the local course has a repu- tation among golfers from far and near. All the greens have been re- sanded with an oil-sand mixture which gives them a very fine tex- ture and consistency. Those having labored so faithfully are to be com- plimented on their good work and the best way to show one's apprecia- tion is to pack the clubs and make use of this fine course. To make the official opening of the course an auspicious occasion the officials of the club have set next Sunday afternoon as aort of an open house affair and invite any and all to make use of the ePpor- tunlty. Those that have golfed, (Continued to page four) One To Bond for $28,000 for Poles and Wire and Get Manufacturers t o BuiM Plant on Revenue Income; Other to Get Uncle Sam to Build Entire Plant. in this city and are as follow~ in or. der of their markinp by the Civil Service Beach--George Christeneen, for mer military servloc; Mrs. Ivea Per- icle, Harold ~. Sentinel Butte---E. R. Kennedy; Paul G. Wagner, former military service; Pat G~llagher. Medora~Norman Tenneson. Jay J. Easton, Lee Ferlp~on. These names have been referred to the Postmaster General, who will make a choice from some one of the different three contestants as ac- tual postmaster. NEW AUXILIARY OFFICE]~ Under the sponsorship of Z, Vlasoff petitions have been circulated in the city during the past week looking to securing a municipal light plant for the city, the petitions being quite generally signed. In order that there may be no misunderstanding as to what ls proposed 'by the sp~a- sor of the two plans, the entire proposal as taken from the peti- tions, is herewith appended and readers can make their own con- clusions. In regard to any bonding prope~- tion it may be stated that, accord- ing to the investigations ra~de be- fore the municipal building Drolx~- ~ion was submitted, the .utm~m~ CANDIDAT'S FOR bondingtween $20,000possibilitYandof the$21,000.city lathe- petitions give no details as to the A P POINTMENTS o, althOUllh $75,000 is mentioned thus leaving the entire investigation of such matte~ whether or not to submit the pro., p0sal of bonding to the people ~f Beach. The preamble and r~o The standinp of the variotu ~" r ~ attached to the petitions is as didates for appointment to l~e follows: Beach, Sentinel Butte and Me~e~ postmastershipa have been reeeived TO THE MAYOR AND GTTT COUNCIL OF THE CTIT O~ BEACH, A MUNICIPAL POBATION OF THE COUNTT OF GOLDEN VALLEY AND STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA: We, the undersigned legal vo~e~m of the ~ity of Beaeh,~ do heieby Im- tition the MayOr and City Cw.mefl of the said Cqty'of Beach to can I~ election of the said City on the question of issuing bonds o~ municipality in accordance with the initial resolution hereto at~ We do further petition said Council to likewise submit to the voters at sam election the q~ of increasing the limit of ind--, ness of the said City of Beach ftW~ five (5) per ocntum of the taxal~ The American Legion Auxiliary property in said City of Beach three met Tuesday night at the home ofI (Continued to page four) Mrs, AI. Gilman. Election of offle-] era was held as follows: President,I MORE MONEY COMING Mrs. E. D. Evans; First Vice PTesi-i dent, Mrs. AI. 8chrceder; Second] On two fronts Saturday the fed- Vice President, Mrs. Clay Wiley;] ersl government speeded relief In~ Secretary, Mrs, Stub Noyes; Treas-~parehed areas of North Dakota, urer, Mrs. AI. Gilman; Historian, Mrs. Ella Gasho. The Executive Board was ~s follows: Mrs. O. R. Niece, Mrs. Jess Hougen and Mrs, Dewey Ehyner. There was one new member taken in, Mrs. George Burr~. Following the meeting a delightful supper was served. Orders were given to rush wheat adjustment chocks into the nor'~- west, with North Dakota to ~t~- 900,000 as the second paYment reducing wheat acreages. The government also ordere~ fl~l speed ahead on relief ~ar the suffering from lack of rain. Beach .High School Grad- uates Class of 27 Next Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock Month of Maying." Dauiels. Beach High school will graduate a class of 27, a few smaller than last year, in the school gymnasium. The exercises will be in charge of the senior class rather than the speaker type of a program. This type of graduation exercises is winning a great deal of favor all over the coun- tr~ as it makes graduation mean more to the graduate. Following is the list of the graduates: A. Margaret Arnold, Ruth E. Beckley, Ralph K. Beier, Adell~ M. Brockmeyer, Dorothy Lee Crosby, Reese D. Foster, Robert Hanevold, Ida S. Holthe, Jerome Paul Keo- hane, Howard S. Larscn, Daniel E. Loop, Ruth D. Lovell, MarjorY M/d- dleton, Lily O, Mocn, William Peall Moyer, Preston Calin Neff, Ray- mond D. Neudeck, Helen E. Robert- son, Robert ~" Russell, Esther E. Schaal, Mac A.~ ~mith. Glen A. Summers, Marion Szudera, Frances A. Thill, Luclle Thoemke, Evelyn Lucile Thompson, Winfred Wallace. Following is the program of grad- uatlon exercises: Processional, Miss Marie Kcohane. Invocation, Rev: C. ~. ~r. "My Faith, Seott,""" Tls the Trio. SalutatorY, Helen E. Robertson. "The Evalution of Leisure," Adel- las Brockmeyer. "Berceuse by Jocelyn," Goda~wL "June Rhapsody," Danieis, Olrl~ Glee Club. '~rhe Problems of Leisure," ~- lyn Thompson. "The Problem of Taxation." Beicr. Vocal solo, "Anchored," Watson. Reese Foster. "The American Court System," Howard Larson. "The Citizen and His Govern- ment," PreSton Neff. "Singing," Hosmer, "Song of Part- ing," Behr, Double Q~tartet. Valedictory, Dorothy Lee Croeby. Presentation of the Class, Win- fred Wallace. Presentation of Diplomas, Mrs. D. Kukowskl. member board of educa- tion. "On Wings Of Song," "Men.k- ns, Benediction, Recessional,