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Beach, North Dakota
June 30, 1938     Golden Valley News
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JUNE 30, 1938 Expendi- In No. Dak. Are Decreasing N. D., June 9--The North relief graph for the years of 1934, 1035, 1936, and 1937 and the four months of 1938 gives an ca- picture. January, when the peak of the relief load was reached, there been a steady decline in the of persons receiving govern- assistance. The January high of 35.7 percent of the popula- was well below the two all time POints, recorded in 1934 and 1936. January of 1934 and again in of 1936 almost half of the approximately 680,000 popula- went on relief rolls as result of drought and depression. The 1938 mark of 35,7 percent of the receiving some kind of assistance is well under those high marks, and indicates a gen- Improvement, upon the present re- OUtlook, E. A. Wlllson, executive of the State Public Welfare said: effect of the recent recession depression has not yet been re- by an increase in the number recipients in this state. apparent reason for this is that Dakota is not an industrial but almost wholly agricultural, ] Industrial recession of 1937 andI not yet seriously affected theI condition of the farm popu- ~n addition, there was a decided in 1937 in the total agri- production of about 25 per- of the area of North Dakota" he BRETHRlm CHUR~ Herman Grove, Minister July 3, 1938. Unified worship at ]d :5; Stlne DJuglas in th~ sermon by Harold Brown. .~:vlces at 8:00, the speaker be it ~,7. J W. Arnett, pas~or of the Prethren Church at Circle, Mid week services at the church Wednesday evening. Sunday School at 2:00. Brown will be in charge of the ng service at 3:00 with Rev. giving the sermon. time Is almost here and we goodly number ready to go. s still room for any others who wish to go. Report to Mrs, at the parsonage. Camp is at Park, Livingston, Montana, to 10. See you there. Pastor was ~elected to reprasent Montana Conference at the 20th ~mnial Convention of the Inter- ~al Council of Religious Education k)hunbus, Ohio, this week. He left tay night on the N. P. train. COnvention takes in 41 demontna- I and 37 states and provincial ~Clls of religious education. ~RS FROM WEST RETURN HOME MONDAY ~. and Mrs. Adolph Ziebarth of 4~el Butte, left Sunday for Ste- Ville, where they will visit relatives, Will stop at Wood Lake, where Mr. arth's late parents had resided .b Years ago. They came to attend COmmencement of~ Austin high l, their daughter Miss Margare~ rt~ wag a graduate of this year's and was honored by being one high standing members of her NOTICE FOR BIDS th 2:00 o'clock P. M. July 29 The Board of County Coro- ners, of Golden Valley COULn- !rth Dakota will receive and bids for a carload of bridge and timbers consisting of ~bove to be No. 1 common in Ough full sawed and priced ~. cars at Beach, North Do- Board reserves the right to any and all bids. bids to the County Au#ltor. MINNIE E. SMITH. Jt C o~unty Att~itor. ae 30th Jul~ 7~14-~ q[( N HEAR~G P~TITION F( it LETTEq$ O~ ~D- of North DakOta, ] lden ~alleyJ ss. urt, ~ / C- I~. I~st~en, Judge. ,ter of 3~ Estate of rfield, also known as .~arfield, Deceased. ~er'vs Petitioner. ar fiei'd, Min- era A. Lull, Bale, Mag- Melvin Le- George Jos- Mary Eliza- [ and Clair Respondents. OF NORTH DAKOTA NAMED RE- you are hereby to appear be- : of the County in said State, at Judge of House in in said County day of July at the hour of ten o'clock of that day, to show any you have why the the Petitioner that Letters in the matter of of Mary A, Bearfield, Ann Bearfleld. P. J. Edkins, Dakota. should not and you are hereby the residence of said at the time of her death County of Golden Val- State of North Dakota. be made of this cita- law, y of June A. D. AB~ the Court: Court. Mayor Fiorello H. LaGuardia of New York sure enjoys his barbecue /~e National Press club's annual baseball game and picnic at Fort Hunt, Va., recently. Notice the big helping on the plate In front of him wMch he cleane6 uv with gusto. class. She returned home with the pare~t,~, after the school year in Austin. She made her home with her aunt, Mrs. Peter Capretz and Iamliy. 610 West Oakland avenue. Mrs. Zie- barth was Miss Addle Young of Att~tin The family extended their vacatiou visit here to be in attendance at the annual Young Cla~ picnic held Sunday m Milmeopa stat~ park near Mau- kato.--Mower County News, Aus*,in, Minn. NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF PERIOD OF REDEMP- TION State of North Dakota, County of Golden ValleY, ss. Office of County Auditor Beach, North Dakota. To Louise M. Lurton and Enola G. Linger, owners of the herein- after described land. and to E. J. Curtin, mortgagee holding an unsatsisfied mortgage thereon: You are hereby notified that the tract of land hereinafter described and assessed in the name of Louise M. Lurton for taxation for the year 1930, waa on the Sth day of Decem- ber A. D. 1931 duly sold. as provided by law. for the delinluent taxes of the year 1930, and tlq~tt the time for redemption from saiqt sale will ex- pire ninety days froWi the co~npleted serv':ce of this not~be, to-wlt: On October 6th 1938. ~_ ~a'd land'is desc~bed a~J follows: --~outbeast Quaq~ter (p'EVd) at Section 22, Town~hlp 14~, Range 108. The amount ~or ~l~ieh maid land wau sol0 w~s $I~6.46. Sub- sequent tuxes foe ~tbe ~earm 1931, 1932. 1~, 193~, [111@#6 and I~S hnve been l~ld by~ tl~e eert|fieate holder had purd~er at maid sale. The amonnt~requIred to be paid in order to make redemp- tion from such sale, exclusive of costs of serving this notice, is on this date the sum of $640.- 43. Iu addition to the above amount you wt]2, be required to pay .the co~ts of the service of this notice and interest as provided by law, and unless you redeem said land from said sale before the expiration of the ,time for redemption as above stated, a deed thereof will issue to the holder of the tax sale certificate as provided by law. WITNESS my hand and official seal this 15th day of June A. D. 1938. (Official Sea!) MINNIE E. SMITH, Auditor Golden Valley County, North Dakota. First publication June 23rd, 1938. ..... ~June 23-30 July 7 COHHINON$S' PRO- ' C[[DINGS Star. of N~ko~"I .. County Go ' Val~y~ " June IXe Boaxd of Count~om'n~s~ibnerS met j~Irsuant to acl'j'~rnmgfnt~ith all ~members prese . The%oar/.LInt d *%h Moss- er fo~---[n~'l:~[r -of~electlon ~ for PowellPre~cJ and _~. C. Nor~hrup, inspec~r- ~ ~ddal~'BullR~, and Willian~eCl~ct/~- ' / . . i0 ~g"~:l~e qou.~r s,~ of lands-on ~vhl(~ tax deed" h~ been acquired-V~S ~ened and the~Cpunty offered-fOr~ s~ all of th~'P~l~p~teYr ' e ovlslons [ p r acquired un r ter ~Fgg;s~n-~ws oV193~, to_. highest bidder,~the ~.e ~on~u~u until noon whei~the ~ar~ ~"J~ .... - ed to-meet at i00 P.~, . 1:00 P.M. Tll Boa~ reeon~nea with all member1, present. / . . A. Br~ge Pet~_~n ,was pr~enteu to tne B~;ard wl~h had beed~ slgn- ed by- res~ents o$. Lo/}e Treef Town- ship, for the construction ~ a new bridge between se~lo~s 13~nd 14 in Township 137 and~ l~tnglf 106. No action was taken. ~| / The following desc~lb~ land was sold on which the C~ul{ty had ac- quired deed and con}.~ts." f()r deed were issued to the tohowing: N To R. L. Kunick for the Ws'W%, SEN%-*A, NWSW~ of Section 22 and the SE%, section 23 in 141-104 and for Lots 6 & 7 in Block 2 in Robinson's Second Addition to Sent- inel Butte. THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAOm To Louie Hovland for Lots 2 & 3 in Block 3 in Robinson's First Addi- tion to Sentinel Butte. To Mrs. Henry Franzen for Lots 4 & 5 in Block 2 Robinson's Second Addition to Sentinel Butte. To J. C. Northrup for the E~ of Section 30 in 136-105. To Dr. Gee. Johnstone for all of Sections 19 and 29 in 136-105, and for Lots 1 to 14 inclusive in Block 7 and Lot 7 in Block 1 in Wood- hulls's 1st Addition to Beach. To Mrs. Hans Anderson for Lots 3 and 4 in Block 22, Near's Re- Survey. The following described Lots were sold and deeds to same were issued to the following: W. T. Pederson. Lot 17, in Block 6 Original Sentinel Butte. and Lot 8 in Block 2 Gilbert's 1st Addi- tion to Sentinel Butte. To Nell Hogoboom for Lots 10 and 11 Block 4 Robinson's first Addi- tion to Sentinel Butte. To the Village of Sentinel Butte for Lot 9 in Block 1, Original Addition to Sentinel ,Butte. To A. G. Nlstler for Lot ]15 in B1Q~k 15, Original Townsite bf Golv~'. Members of the Beact land .~one Tree Township Boards a~pear~d be- fore the Board and re/ueste~ that the County have charge bf tt~ grad- ing at the Township I~lnejbetween Lone Tree and Beach.~q~, Th~ matter was taken under advlslem~nt. The following bills We]e audited, approved and ordered DIMd by the Board of County Commissioners subject to personal property taxes due and delinquent. Northwestern Sheet & Irons Works, repairs .................... 21,40 Northwestern Sheet & Iron Works. Repairs .................. 9.31 Louie Hovland, Operating tractor ................................ 45.50 Mont. Dak. Power Co,. by order of D. M. Howie nperating patrol ............... 13.18 Farmer's & Merchants Bank order of D. M': Howie ........ 35.00 David M. HoWie,, Operating patrol ................ ].....: ............ ;.. 76.37 J. J. Schaefer, R#palr WOrK 3.00 Fiseher's (/aroSe, Repairs and Gas ....... ~" ....................... 1.43 J.C. Nor thb~l[, Dragging Roads ....... t ........................ 12.90 ttenry %V. Fr~[/~zen. Mixing hopper polsidn ": ................... 29.20 Ed Fischer, (~as and Oil .... 8.58 Edwin And~rson, Mixing hopper po~son .................... 6.00 Alvin Fasqhing, Mixing hopper poison ...................... 2.40 J. R. Larsen. Gas. Oil and Repairs ................................ 30.88 Fischer's Garage, Unloading bran and i~9iNo~fi and June rent ......................................59.00 G R. Wosepka. Unloading sawdust and bran ............ 39.25 Dunhahq Lumber Co.. Lum- ber and supplies .............. 20,70 Dunham Lumber Co., Cul- verts ...................................... 754.82 State Treasurer, Examina- tion fees ................................ 70.00 Stark County, ~elephone service ................................ 3.20 Community Garage, Repairs Gas and Oil ........................ 3.16 Farmer's Union Oil Co., Gas and Oil ............................ 305.48 M. J. Ueckert. Road drag- ging ..................................... 17.25 July 8.00 Gerald .... di'l'~{a'n'~ .......hau'[n'g sand and gravel ................ 16.80 C. Bartholomew, Hauling ashes ................................... 4.50 Public ~Velfare Board of N. D., Old Age Assistance .... 203.00 Public Welfare Board of N. Dak., Aid to Dependent Children .............................. 16.00 Frank Sokoloski, dragging roads ...................................... 7.50 J. Clayton Russell, Salary and expenses ......................... 153.75 Paul Mogle, Dragging roads 9.00 Stanley Ra/sler, Installing motor for mixing poison 10.00 Joe Poplel. mixing poison._ 4.35 Homer Madison, Gas for mixing poison ................... 3.50 O~ C, Schmltz, for use of truck ...................................... 10.08 S. S. Schmitz, mlxlng hop- Per poison ............................ 52.00 J. E. Metcalf, Dragging Roads .................................... 8.50 Lewis Odland, Commission- er's service ............ .| .......... I~,96 M. C. Tescher, CommiSsion- er's Service .............. L .......... 12.38 T. A. Wosepka. Commbsslon- er's servlce ........................... " 15.44 Chas. T. Smith, Road dra~r~- ging ................................. ,