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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
June 8, 1950     Golden Valley News
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June 8, 1950
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PAGE TWO l GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS. BEACH. N. D THURSDAY, JUNE 8, / I 13 Music by HARRY COOKE and . . i t County Court House at Beach on ling fa, brm m the correct way. next wm, ter. Delphine Barthel of With Your I' .ne 6. Mrs. Peat showed how important Golva plans on digging a trench County Extension ]1 Emphasis in the program was t is to follow a definite system silo to store a large amount of ]!placed on how to help 4-H ffirls n sewing, feed for his oattle. Last fail he Agent l to seleet attraotive patterns, buy'l "Flesh' ' your work on each part raked ..... straw from behind the By IL M. Millet good fabric and plan practical Of the garment before going on co,Dee at harvest time and wardrobes. Mrs. Poet showed to the next. Actually, you will even wl~n o~ner rougnage ne stui SEW WITH A SYSTEM easy-to.make dresses of cotton handle the materia,1 less and the "Know yourself and know 1or school and best dress wear, your pattern before you start to together with belts, bags and sew". was the advice of Ethel J. other accessories that could be Peet. Extension Service agent in rnade by 4-tI club girls elothmg from North Dakota In a demonstration on how to Agriculture College to 4-H lead- make a simple, one-piece dress, ors a~ an all day meeting in the emphasis was placed on hand- / You can buy with confidence when you buy your O.K. used car or truck from... Beach, N. Dak. k finished dress vcill have that clean, well-made look," she said. The clothing project is design- ed to give 4-H'ers working knowledge and skill in dress- making. Each new learning is based on a previous learning, 4-H leaders were urged to repei~t parts of the demonstration at lo- cal club meetings. The problem of sewing in a zipper was made simple in Mrs. Poet's demonstra- tion on a girls' dress and the Peter Pan collar never looked smoother. An added attraction in the ex- hibit which Mrs. Peel showed 4.H leaders was the official 4-H club uniform with matching ac- cessories. It is a trim two-piece suit dress in green and white seersucker, easy to make and easy to keep neat. Ten leaders representing five clubs attended the meeting, to help them lay plans to complete the 4-H clothing project with their membe,.s,.~ * * * DEVELOP GRASS TRIALS 'Members of the Saddle Butte Boys 4-It Club finished seeding a grass demonstration plot last week. Located on the Donald Ulfers farm. north of Beach, the plot consists of 15 species of grass and legumes. ,~ A similar demonstration on the P. O. Peterson farm last year did not do too well, however, several of the hardier varieties are show- ing up well this spring. Last year, another grass plot was seeded by the Golva Beef and Grain 4-H Club. It Js doing exceptionally well this season, onty one or two grasses failed to withstand last seasons dry weather. This plot is located mile noah of Golva on the Frank Schouboe land, which is farmed by Gordon Schmeling. All demonstration plots are marked with n~ame stakes for easy identification of varieties by visitors. $ * * * TO CONSTRUCT SILO At least one. Golden Valley County farmer doesn't intend to be caught short of livestock feed McCormick No. 125-SPV Combine Ad No. 2530D lad to buy feed. Temporary type silos can be made from either hay bales or snow fence, are very cheap to build and are quite popular. * * * * * LIVESTOCK PROGRAM ARRANGED Arrangements have been corn. plated to transport the Golden Valley County 4-H agricu,ltural club members to the Kirseh ranch at Gladstone for the annu- al 4-H livestock Field Day, June !.l. The program will include leaching the boys to select the right kind of cattle, hogs and sheep, a judging contest and demonstrations on the proper melhod of preparing animals for fairs, by members of the NDAC Extension Service Livestock De- partment. All boys and leaders planning on making the trip are asked to be at the court house in Beach ready to go by 7:00 a. m., June 14. The Sentinel Boys will be picked up at Sentinel Butte. Four-H club members will be in attendance from Dunn, Stark and Golden Valley Counties. * * * * * CLUB NOTES BEACH BUSY BEAS Robert Minor, Sec. The Busy Bees met on May 26, at the home of Roger Barkland with nine members attending. The livestock judging trip was discussed by members present. The next meeting will be held h] June at the Lion's Den. * * * $ * McCORMICK 125-SPV Self-Propelled Combine i WITH NEW FEATURES FOR 1950 gro,.,o.k The McCormick 12-foot self-propelled combine has always been known as an exceptionally clean thresher" and "easy handler." Now with added improvements, this year's model gives you still greater efficiency and operating satisfaction. Principal improvements and featm~e$: (1) low I I~ ~ ll'_l l i lFe~,~i3llXi grain tank.., you can check on its contents firom ~V-~(i~]/[ the seat; (2) unloading elevator enables ~ to us- load d3e tank without stopping the machine; (3) quiet-running V-belt drives replace many of tim Varlable-spand cylinder drive. Ask us to tell you more about this latest model McCormick self.peopelled combine. Reane , igs ia any kiad former chain dr|vm; (4)variable-speed cyJhld~ 1 ~ [[ -~" drive permits quick and simple cylind~ Iqpeed1 ~~'~~ ~t[ [~ adjustments rom 1258 r.p.m, to 488 r.p.m.; (~4 wide-tread rear guide wheels make steerhag easier __ ' over rough or ridged ground. Beach, N. D. Wibaux, Mont. and and and Rosemarie is Orchestra . BEACH LUCKY CLOVERS Joan Stecker, Sac. Fourteen members and two visitors ,attended the meeting held on May 8, at the home of Beverly Rice. Joan Wenberg and Beverly Rice gave a demonstra- tion on how to make and sew a patch. The club decided ,to march in the Memorial Day Parade. The next meeting will be held on June 12. * * * * * JUNIOR SENTINELS Ann,nell Bole, See.. Alice Teseher was hostess to ~he club on May 6, with 14 mem- bers present. Merdythe Cook gave a tatk on her trip to the Achievement Institute at Fargo, as a de!agate from Golden Valley County. Eleanor Bohn .and Kath- leen Hogoboom were elected as a committee o decide upon sub- ject awards of 4-H. Maxine Bohn and Kathleen Hogoboom will give demonstrations at the next meeting, which will be held at the home of Virginia Tangen. * * * * * WESTERHEIM ........ Denna Brown, Sec. On May 21, a meeting yeas he{d at the Vtesterheim school house, wilh 3 members present. Mem- bers filled out their project charts for the year. The leaders com- pleted the Midyear report. June 18, will be the next meeting at the Westerheim school. * * $ * * C. W. E. Mrs. John Hollstein, Sac. "Rug Making", was discussed by Mrs. Orval Ross and Mrs. Gene Hathaway, project leaders, at a meeting held on May 11, at the home of Mrs. John Hell- stein. A new member, Mrs. Bruce Miller, was added to the club. Mrs. Orval Ross will be hostess A Giant, Across-the-Top FROZEN CHEST! FOR ONLY $249.95 40-Lb. Frozen Food Chest! Lots of General Storo3e Space! Extra High Bottle Space! Big, Deep, 12-Qt. Vegetable Crisper! ,Ye, za/.. Afrg e /Nes. .I Yes! Hero is the longer-lasting exterior beauty of whiter, better.woaring Permalux... the tong, her, more staln.resis .tam beauty of titanium.porcelaln interior finish! The endurm8 white beauty of Polystyrene--new wonder material used on many interior parts. See this great new 1950 value now! *Prlom shown am for delivery in your kitchen with Five-Year Prot lbm Plan. State and ioenl razes extra. Priam and specificafio~ eabjeet to chanlle without notto~ See the Big i. the floor space ~d~d~ ~t~' _;; of pre-war "6's" ~")vqJqJey~ far only ~"~'/"~ LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM! Awarded by Kelvlnator to ore" t/S-Star Salesmen" . . . asm~res you the highest standard of courteous, helpful m~vtee! DICKINSON'S . (SINCE 1907) Beach, N. Dak. Io the club on June 14. [ Lydia Feldmann0 See.. * * * * * I Mrs. John Barkland was BEAVER ess to the club on May 17, Mrs. John Brettin. *ec. nine members and two v! Mrs. Donald Ulfers and Mrs. ,present. The project leaders, 'Fed Hoeck gave the lesson on Howard Vinquist and Mrs. "Electrical Appliances", ~nd man Stedma.n, led the "Rug Making", when members'on "Electrical Appliances". met at the John Brettin home on Making", will be May 11. Different types of rugs were shown and how they are made. The leaders gave advice on what to look for in buying electrical appliances. Mrs. Ted Hoeck will be hostess on June 8. * * * * * SADDLE BUTTE Mrs. C. H. Slecker, Sec. On May 3, club members met at the home of Mrs. Clifford Stecker with ten members and seven visitors present. Mrs. J. M. Stecker presented the lesson on "Electrical Appliances". Mrs. C. E. Carlson, president, com- mented on the county council meeting. Mrs. Ellis Wade joined the club at this meeting. * * $ * * BONNIE VIEW at the next meeting, which be on June 21, at the Mrs. Howard Vinquist. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the Butte firemen, and neighbors friends, who helped get the at our farm home under it was sincerely appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. George Move To Apt.- Larry Sanders, radio moved *last Thursday apartment in the Building recently vacated by and Mrs. Frank mother and father from son arrived at that time, will make their home here him. Electric TOASTER Reg. $2.89 ~oasts 2 slices at a time. roast turns eve: when door is lowered. Electric 8-IN. FAN Reg. $4.25 Has four propellor-fyp~. wide blades for mc~d- mum air breeze. 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