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Beach, North Dakota
May 24, 1934     Golden Valley News
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May 24, 1934
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OF SCHOOLS F I N E Outstanding Choral and Solo Work Done by Both Grade and High School; Exhibits The exhibit of the Beach schools held at the Lincoln school on the afternoon of Monday, May 21st. for the grades, and at the high ~ool in the evening o the same day. This was the work of the stu- dents in their respective courses. It was an excellent showing. At 7:30 p, m. a fine entertainment ~vas given in the felts of a music ]program, in the auditorium, which mas delightful all the way through, the various numbers being beautiful- ly done by the different grades and ~tgh school students, and reflecting Tnuch credit to Miss Wagonhals for :her excellent work in coaching, ~flnere was a fine attendance. The ]program was as follows: Folk dances, First grade. Bleking dance, Second grade. Songs and ~dances. Third and :Fourth grade.~. Songs, Fifth. Sixth and Seventh grades. "Old King Cole," was an es- ~pecially fine number in this group. Songs, May Day dance, Combined chorus. "Drink to Me Only With Thine ,Eyes," "Now Is the Month of May- 2rig," Mlxed choirs. Vocal solo. "By the Bend of the :River," Edwards, Katherine Moran. Vocal solo, "The SkipPer of St. :Ires," Reese Foster. Vocal solo. "Pirate Dreams." Pa- gricia Burris. "The Spinner." "Comin' Thru the Rye:' Girls' Glee club. H]ghlund Fling, solo by Jayne Miller. Vocal solo, "Sweet Miss Mary," Vera Helm, Vocal solo, "When Song Is Sweet," :Irene Rhyner. Girls' trio. "The Cossack Rider," "'The Sunny South," "O Sole Mio," ~'Auld Lang Syne," Mixed chorus. Accompanist, Ruth L0vell. Director, Miss Wagenhals. An OPportunity was given at the close of this program to visit the Home Economics and other high $c]mol exhibits. CAMEL'S HUMP Ba]e~mmn Wiley" from 8ehUlz get- at Beach was a busmess caller in our vicinity on ThurSday. Frank Morris was a visitor at Howard Van Horn's Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Kirk~t- rick and children were Sunday VtS- ~tcn at the George Fransen home. Mrs. Franzen returned home With them for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson and ~it~le daughter from Carrington, N. ]D., arrlved on Saturday by auto to visit at the home of Mrs. Johnson"-s ~tster, Mrs, Johnny Honnold and ~amily, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gallus mo- ~o Beach last Friday. ~. H. Mason was a caller at Elm- ]b@~ ~rm on Sunday. ~ty Brier was shopping in town a~ Wednesday. John and Guy Honnold motored to town on Saturday. The Camels Hump school will am Friday, May 25th. by having a picnic, ~'2iHord Van Horn motored to ]Dickinson on Thursday on business. Harold Gilbert from Sentinel ]3utte was out with C. :Reeds truck, Vel~ k~st week. Phn~p ] The turned school on Monday. children by me- forest, where the spent the day ex- ploring the rocks and trees. Peter A. Lardy and Herman Dietz furnish- ed the cars to go in, Clifford Van Horn and Anton ~Vahlin motored to Dickinson on ~l'uesday. Laurence Kirkpatrlck and Ray Brier were callers at Howard Van ~oYn's on Monday. Mat Teacher motol~d to town on Wednesday, Jack Myers returned home on Wednesday after visiting at Bud and Page Myers ~or several days. Guy Honnold was down to Tip Ali's Well. But-- u D~liPite the fact that R. C. "Danny' vdg, Los Angeles dancer and Mar~or~e Crawfor~, ayiatri~ kissed as .shown and told the court they were married, judge insists tha~ Dowlin~ must standtrial for "kid. mq~tng-'~ his bride. The then Mi.-'.~l Crawford had Dowl'ng arreste~ charging he had forced her to go to Yttma, Ariz., with him and tried tc make her marry him, The cou'qe wed after Dowling's arrest but ',he |ud2'e sa~s the charges stand. SUNSET SENTINEL braska, arrived here last week and is staying at the home of Alfred Ueckert. and Mrs. Joe Kukowski and family are enjoying the pleasures of a new Plymouth sedan which they have purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wojahn and baby from Beach were Tuesday eve- ning visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ueckert. Mr. and Mr~ Frank Dykins and Orandpa Dykins drove to Dickinson !ast Tuesday to bring back with them Grandmother Dykins, who has been a patient at the St. Joseph hospital for over a week. She has been receiving treatments for gland trouble in her neck but is now much improved and getting along nicely, Ervin Ueckert went to Sentinel Butte Tuesday evening and enjoyed an evening at roller akating, Many folks ,from this vicinity went to Beach Wednesday after- noon and enjoyed the free program put on by the Thompson Lumber Co. Mr. and Mrs, Ira Lake and family have. moved their household goods to the house in Chama, owned by the Powers Elevator Co, Floyd Wilson closed a successful term of school last Friday at the ZOO~ school.. The pupils and pa- trons were to have enjoyed a picnic at the Sentinel Butte, but a number THE BEACH. N. D., ADVANCE THURSDAY, MAY 24, IN THE CHURCHES UNITED LUT~ CHURCH P. A. Gisvold, ~r Sunday, May 27th: BEACH~ ~unday school. I0 a. m. OLLIE~ Worship, II a. m. CARLYLE--- Worship, 2:30 p. m. ORDER OF MASSES FROM DECEMBER TO MAY St. John's Church, Beach, N. D. Ist Sunday, 8:30 p. m. 2nd Sunday, 10:30 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 8:30 p. m." 4th Sunday, 10:30 a. m, 5th Sunday, 10:30 a. m. St. Michael's, Sentinel Butte, N. D. 1st Sunday, 10:30 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 10:30 a. m. 4th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 5th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. Win. Fred Hake, Pas~r, M. E. CHURCH Ernest V. May, Minister Church school. 10 a. m. Worship, 11 a. m. ~ermon: "A World Plays Soldier Boy." Prayer and Bible study, Wednes- day, 7:30 1~. m. CONGREGATIONAL "The Friendly Church" Rev. C. G. Ellinger, Pastor l0 a. m. Church school. 11 a. m. Memorial Sunday service, "Some Lessons from Our Dead Heroes." 6:30 C. E. Society. Thursday~7:30 p. m. Choir prac- tice. 8 p, m. Mid-week Devotions. S]~NTINEL BUTTE-- 9:45 a. m. Morning worship. OUT FOR SHERIFF John Barkland of this city an- nounces himself as a candidate for sheriff and the announcement will be found in andther column. John is one of the old timers o~ the coun- ty and says he will do a faithful Job if he ks elected to this office. fARM NOTES of the pupils were laid up With the Nm~h Dakota have agreed not to measles at ~tingI mrchase any cream which has "oh- was postponed ~. ] lectionable odors or taints such as A large ro]p nun-[kerosene, gasoline, onions, garlic, ity jour~ '~_~ to Beach ~ to[French weed, yeasty, moldy, metal- celebrate ~ydg with the chfl~en. [ lic, putrid, stale or any other objec- Mrs, Jimmy Joh~on |tlonable order or taint." ml Butte v~ere ~ ~. Wm. Uecl~ert Poison bait for grasshopper con- L ~ ] trol should be scattered when the to ~ ~rm first damage along the edges of ~st w el ~ere sWall grain f~elds can be seen but with a treat before the pests have spread far from their hatching places. The and largest kills are possible when this with this MrS. C. Jandt guest at the meeting home of Mrs. afternoon. Win. Ueckert and family went to Medora last Sunday and were guests at the home of l~r. andMrs. Nels Ness. Mrs. Ernest Murry was taken to the Beach hospital last week and ha~,an operation for abscess and gland trouble of the neck. Mr. and Mrs, Carl Jandt were vis- itors at the Leonard Treater home Sunday afternoon. Ervin Ueckert and ErVin-Bublltz had the pleasure o~ capturing eight coyote cubs. They were dUg out on Section 12, which is owned by Win. Ueckert. It was a very tedious job d~lglng them out as the hole was quite long and deep, it being be- tween five and six feet under the ground at the end. In 1925 Bill had the experience of digging out 9 cubs and from the same piece of land. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ueckert and Mr, and Mrs: Win. Ueckert motored to Metiers Tuesday to be guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,Nels Ness and also to attend the Stock- men's convention which is held there.. For beautiful ~ndje61~ffortable summer shco~ see ~e selections carried in tl~ f~t~us ERr~ Jettiok llne at the (~I~gard store, White and other col~rs. 3-It EIDING AS UKUAL Nran :Horn's Thursday evening. Johnny Honnold attended the The railroads seem to be carry- ball game near Twin Butte on Sun- ~ about the same number of day. transients they did before the gov- A~aton Whlin returned to his home e~mment orgmaized a number of] at Belfleld, last Wednesday, after headquarters to take care of these ~sy~ng all winter at Albert GallUs people. On one day this week we m~d taking care of Smith and Hang donated money to these travelers, ] ~n's carrie which were wintered and presume others in town didI ~ere. ~ikewise. And they seem to be go-] Tip'Van Horn motored to Sentinel l h~g e~t and west just as usual. ! Butte on Sunday. Why? Butte Sunday evening. ALPHA (Edna Wassmann, Reporter) The Ed. Seherman cildren and John Knopp girls were callers at Louis Tungsvik's home Monday af- ternoon. Four friends of Margaret Ziebarth called at their home Tuesday after- noon and surprised her on her birthday. Margaret received many useful gifts. A nice lunch was serv- ed by her mother, they all then re- turning ~o their homes wishing her many more happy birthdays. Miss EdRh CRrew returned to her home near Alplia Friday, where she had been working in Beach the pas~ week for l~rs. A1. Schroeder. Robert Johnston and daughters, A. J. Ziebarth and family were din- ner guests at M. B. Hogoboom's on Sunday. The dance at Alpha Friday night was well attended and a good time was had by all. ~vill be an- other dance at Friday night, May 25th, Mrs. Tull fr to visit her and Mrs. Nick Sunday. Fritz an~ DaVy Saturds afternoon re~u a, Patsy Ethel ondMrs. were around Alpha Little Mos~ of luck. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Larson and Betty, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Fasching ~nd family were dinner guests of Rober~ Sonnek Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sheen and son George spen~ Sunday with Nick Oamroth, near Alpha. Edna Wassmann spent Friday and Saturday, visiting Miss Dorothy Whitaker in Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Tungsvik and family were callers at John Barthel's Sunday evenmg. Warren Irons. Harold Barthel. Floyd a~d Orville Tungsvik took some cattle ~own to pasture on A1. Irons homestead for the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Ne~ Hogoboom came out from Sentinel Butte last Thurs- day with a big angel food cake for Mr. M. B. Hogoboom, it being his birthday. Bobbie returned with them to speml a few days with his father, Mr. Byron Hogoboom. Miss Something of the serious co~,.s of weeds may be realized from the fact that average dockage in wheat Quarve and Miss Dorothy Hogoboom shipped from North Dakota and in- Came. out ~unday when Bobble re- spected officially in Minneapolis turned hor~.~. from 1923 to 1928 was 8 percent. The] Pt~ya " and Connie Carew. were dockage of flaxsced was 15 percent. I overh!ght~uests, at Tony Barthel's _ . . ~ [Wednl~lay~evening. l~urmg each of the last six years, [ Ml~x~l Johnson spent Wednes- cattlemen have produced from one [ da~ 1fight ~with Alene Branch. to one and one-half million more [ Mrs Gl~d Bury anti Miss Mil- cattle than they have marketed. |d~d Jol~ton visited Miss John- - i "~lson's sch0Ol Tuesday. Creamerymen in southeastern Many of the young folks around Alpha roller skated in Sentinel CITATION State of North Dakota. County of Golden Valley, In County Court Before Hen. A. E. Kastien, Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Oeorge Henry B~oth. Deceased Mary ; Petitioner, Booth, procedure is followed. Manitoba, Saskatchewan and Al., berta, which produce 95 percent of the Canadian wheat crop, haw Pass- ed legislation providing for a mar- keting control to be put into effect for the 1924 crop, if estimates show that it will exceed the normal minus 15 percent of the three-year average. Representatives from about 90 percent of the creameries Of the state attended the four cream im- provement conference held in Man- dan, Valley City, Devils Lake and Minot recently. The creamerymen will cooperate with the NDAC in a program to better cream quality. $1.75 AND $2~00 p~ton paid for cast iron ~i| ~[~ ~gth. -- Dak.- Mont. Hide ~q~etal Co. of Beach, N.D. ~ 3-1p. GIRL WA.'~j~ Golden Valley Hotel. ~" 3-1t. are hereby notified titioner her in Court a the L~tst Testament Gee late of the Cit County of Minnesota, admission document as the ~aid deceased and for } her of Letters Testa- ~ereon, and that said pe- tition and the proofs of said pur- ported Will will be heard and_~ly considered by this Court on ~ues- day, the 12th day of June A.~: 1934 at the hour of ten o'cloo~" in the forenoon of that day a~the Court Rooms of this Court, ~ff the Court House in tbe City of AMeach, County of Golden Valley an~dtate_ o~ North Dakota; an~ you,~@h.d each of you, are hereby ~t[ted~o. be and. appear before this ~UI~ at said time and place and sh~ cause. If any you have, why the prayer of said peti- tion should not be granted. And you are hereby notified that the residence of said decedent at the time of his death was at the City of ~ake City, Ill the County of Wa- basha and State of Minnesota. Let service be made of this Cita- tion as required by law. Dated this 23rd day or May A. D. 1934. By the Court, RTCHARDSO~, THORP & ~'ATTAM, Fargo. North Dakota, Attorneys for Petitioner. ~- A. E. KASTIEN, Judge of the County Court. (MaY 24.31) The Alpha U. B. Ladies Aid met IMedora Wednesday. The bali game a~ Alpha Sunday wi~h Mrs. A. J. Ziebarth Thursday/ Mr Arthur White, S. between ~outh Valley and Alpha re- a~ternoc, u. Thirteen members arts- ! and Andrew Kohldr suited in a score of 14 to 29 in favor ~ered ~o roll call and twelve visit-t ness trip to Beach of Alpha. f ors The next meeting will be with ing. Alice Scherman was visiting her]Mrs. Rose Wassmann June 21st. Margaret Ziebarth aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Pete Mr. and Mrs. Alex La~ota and Wassmann visited Miss Hagen. Monday. I daughter made a business trip to Johnson's school . xxlb/, : 2 ":: './ Come to 0.r'... 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