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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, JULY 12, 1951. Z THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N.D. PAGE ET,EV d ~!i ~~~;i' : ' ---- ~. " ' better spray since flies are more until after the u~lle . . p ts start to 2 electrical engineering at actlve then and hndane works lay ,. I With Your I University of (Missouri, and I f, . ,~.. ,~ better and faster. In using lin. ***** AME ICAN T.AND T.C -N-E-WR -P-R E S" NAMED TO0 I L, ounty r.,xtens]on [ dane care should be taken 1;o SHORT COURSE . [graduating in 1913, staxted tQwork in the Bel~ System a8 I cover drinking cups, feed man- IN AGRICULTURE [ Mr. Clod F. Craig ~,as elected equipment man for the By wA~renLlson dane can get into the milk Dakota A-r ............ ~. [ germ, mllkln.g pa!ls, etc., sm.ce. Tl~is coming winter, the North] President of the American Tele. T. Company at St. Louis,A" T,~l throu ~ ~cu~ura~ ~uege wLi phone and Telegraph Company sourl. !! iI SOIL CONSERVATION , ghtheeow. Lmdaneshou.!d offer ashortcourseinaga-icul-JatameetingoftheBoardofDi. In38years, he has risen ~,~.~. ACHIEVEMENT CONTEST ~o~(__usea at .~ percent s~reng~n, ture. The course is designed prl. ] rectors~on July 2 to succeed Mr. ily through the ranks. $~ , .~ower, ~ut ~onger lasting metn- marily for aarsons who m-e I,~ I . Nine Golden Valley County oxychlor oa~ be used again in terested in~-~ht~-i,, ~. ,~::jLeRoy_A. Wilson, who died lastbeing elected a Vice Presl~l~ week. ,Mr. C~aig has been a Vice [ in 1940. he ha ~armers nave entered the N~rth the fall wh:en the temperature traffics, ~,~:'~C~-'~'.'~, .'~.'~:X'[ Presider#t'of the company since ~, . . . s at va~iotm tl~ vementt~azta SoilContestCOnservatiOnfor 1951.Achie'They goes down. ***** ~selve;"ouf ~e*-"~"~=% .':.'L _~"_=_~:nn?a~;~lrs~he~f.['~'~ u~ ~gneui. I 1940, and Vice President in [ oeen in charge of the Long ~LII~ are Sidney Connell, ~B. H Wilson, POULTRY DISEASE CONTROL **.~. _~,:_ .... g_ .. Us of ] charge of finance since Hovem- :~epar~ment, Personnel Rela ~erman Dietz, Reinharctt Fisch ...... ~,~ ~)~x,/..msu'ucu_on wnl ~oe/ box 1949. Operations and Englneel~ - ._ ,. " ~ne r~rmer in me ~1otva areaOdin teenmcai and practical. He was born in Rich .Hill, (Mis- [ Revenue Requirements and ~l~, er, t~onaia Hammond, F. D. Wal- lost sevexal nearly full grown The dates are January 7 to March I souri on April 6, 18913. ,Hal studied ] nance. O D C O S T S I dah~n Au~kErtkre. Leo Nlstle~r and chickens from Leucosis or Range Paralysis this last week. The "- --- These farms will be judged on North ,Dakota Extension Service the basis of (1) correct land estimates that this disease use ~2) scope of soil conserva- causes a greate~ financial loss tJon program practiced on the in the state than all other chick- enti~re farm unit and ~3) quality en diseases combined. of conservation practices applied Control of this disease is based to the farm. on a system of clean grounds, MODERN The farms in this county com. buildings and equipment; and pete against each other, and by keeping ~che birds separated then the three top farms are en- from other farm poultey and tered in state competition. This farm animals. The flock should contest is sponsored by The be carefully culled to weed out C~eater North .DakotaAssocia.birds showing any signs of tion, the North Dakota Bankers disease. All dead birds should BUT Association, the North Dakota " * " Press Association. the Extension be completely burned. Service of NDAC, t,he U. S. Soil Most birds become infected Common As Conservation Service and North dt~ring the brooding period. Signs Old Shoes Dakota Associatioj~ of Soil Con- of ~Leucosis may not show up With famed G-E sealed-in system. More titan 2,700,000 G-E refrigerating systems in tree 10 years or longer! It's so easy to do with .'~General Electric Food Freezerl For y~u can buy food in quantity when/t's cheap~, free~ it awl store it for as long as one year at zero-degree temperature[ You'll live better... ud save money, tool ,~- All-steel, perfect-real cabinet construdionl ,~- Holds @ to 280 pounds of frozen foodsl Automatic temperature controll Automatic interior Ilghtl ,~" Dependabh G-E rddgeratlg systeml Also ova,able in 11