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August 2, 1934     Golden Valley News
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/ AUGUST 2, 1934 T~E rEACH. N. D.. ADVANCE Radio Photos of Civil Warfare in Austria Mrs. Melvin Pedersen from Glendive Wednes- with them Mrs. Fed- has been in Glendive, for rheumatism, weeks. Mr. and Mrs. were overnight guests at Pedersen's parents, J. H. Carlson. sale of Mrs. Hermine the Blue Mountains vi- well attended by people of the county. Mrs. to leave soon for she will make her Lynn is enjoying a vis~ Mr. and Mrs. Beck f arrived from Minnesota. i is train- at Kahler Hall, Re- spending a three, with her parents, 1 Mrs. Lloyd Callender and meeting of the Cot- club was held r afternoon at the home of Melrose. At the con- an interesting program, lunch was served byI erie Faltermeyer return- from a two weeks visit in Forsythe. She also trip through Yellowstone aw~aY. Hayes who is era- Billings, is visiting with Mr. and Mrs. Glenn other Wibaux relatives of Beach is a guest Mingel at the Albion :l~rank O~eefe, Mrs. Ross Win. White and Misses Charlotte Rimel were Wibaux people who at- show in Beach Saturday is spending a week at o~ his sister, Mrs. Rober~ of Wibaux. Losinski departed .Thurs- for Washington, Where he ~mployment. Mrs. M. C. Heckaman visitors Friday. to friends in Wibaux is the announcement of of Miss Esther Kramer Porter, which took July 24. Mr. Porter son of Mrs. Dan Suther- graduated from the Wi- school and for the past been empluyel at the Blxby The bride has been a Wlbaux .for several years few years has been teachers of the the Porter is in people seen on Saturday and Scammon. Mrs. Glenn Mr. and Mrs. Tom Lynn. Burton Welsh, Mr, and ~Breltengeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. How- and Misses ~ucy and The nation wide abortive Nazi coup which began in Vienna with the assassination of tiny Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss, ~midst bloody forays in various of the warfare in which wounded, Here ss~te ~owine the federal troops after attack on Vienna radio station, seized by Nazis who broadcast the false downfall of the Dollfuss ministry; top, Heimwehr men with uplifted arms receiving a wounded radio official; bo~n~ Nazi prlsonen led from the station they had cap- tured. Carlson, 'were 111 Many n~embers of the congregation of Beach the ture of Rev. Sunday and Mrs. Lcthermon arrived to visit friends to business atters. Mrs. Dan and daugh- ter Beach visitors on Together Seventy Long Years Mrs. Tom Ratazyk de- Monday for Wyoming where expect to have em. ployment for time. TROTTERS Mrs. W. L. Kidder and daughter, Mrs. Bach, were dinner guests at the Sperry home on Monday They with the Mesdames KYle and W. E. Sperry, were evening visitors at the Barrow of Beach was l SWPI~ ?v2 Bert sperry home. " t :the Priess home Thurs- Two bunches of cattle were taken All a couple needs to .make a roam age successful I .n ~ of g o from north of Trotters last week, to I rich, English fruit cake, so assert mr. ann mrs. tl m tire es, ~ble was hostess to Sidney, to be sold to the govern- ~ above, residents of Bountiful, Utah, who are now in their seventieth ,Md of the Christian mont. There were about one thou- j year of wedded life. Groves, who is 91. and his wife,96, went to ehuroh at her home sand head taken, in the two herds. / Utah In 1880 from New Zealand, where they were married in 1864. on Thursday after- Mrs. Voyen, Mrs. Stanley Stevens | They are one of the oldest, if not the oldest, married couple in the ness ses on, af'] ctures | ..... ,,, ...... an Interesting program,[ were bein~ to Sldn~P~_~ J P|rlJuJ IIATICO 198s cro~. ~ wa~e B11rtoD Welsh as chair-/ ~_~..~-~,~n~d. ~ ht~ ra~flel rlll~lll lllllr_~ stated that no change ill the pay- A delicious ~~E.a:!..~ JHllrl I|~ILU ments or in the acreage reductions , cinity"l~-Wes~ T ,sec~__tle we~. No=n ..... le Sunday after-[ !rs l~tve s~ . all their//cat- lore the~l ~h~ mos~ of the_pi are vacation,~ n~un~e~ ~ R~u~ is to be made for the next crop, enjoyable afternoon. Helvik of Hedges Kathryn Rt~ ~eil and a guest at the Frank had been ,ing there only Sweet and grain sorghum, Sudan Hens that are superior egg layers minutes grass and flax belong to a ~xge will not start to molt before August group of plants which normally con- or September. Such hens should be P~thns Of Olendive rwo bunches tain substances from which prus- marked and saved for breeding pur- relatives.the week sic actd. a deadly poison, may be poses. Early molting birds should Mrs. L.H. [sold to t~ nt. produced. The acid is developed be removed from the flock as they departed I the farm| only when the normal growth of the cease egg laying when they start to S. D., where | fie now,~ plants is retarded or stopped by molt. a two weeks Lkeeping _~ drouth, frost, bruising or trampling. visited Rev. and Mrs. ~ scarce ~ Extreme annoyance to horses dur- st Baker. ]~n~ plentiful, Hog prices at the seven principal ing the summer months is caused came down from markets in the middle west increas- by the nose betty. None of the evening. Ole and Geneese Omley had ed more than 30 percent in June. botflies sting but the horses have This was one of the largest person- an instinctive fear of them and the evening, at the Methodist birthdays last week. taRe increases in price on record for Rev. M. J. Murphee, a Don't forget the meeting of the tickling of the insects as they at- who is on a South Side Aid at the home of Mrs. a similar length of time. tach their eggs in the hair at the from Africa, gave a most -- edge of the lips. talk about hls fourteen Frank Nehl~, on Thursday, August The brain trust plan of helping amon~ the natives of 2nd. the farmers by swapping four dol- A comparatively small number of also showed moving pic- Ben Russell helped Fredwin Crook lars in taxes to give the farmer one grasshoppers will cut off enough very interesting, haul thistles part of last week. dollar benefit is Ilke the tobacco flax bolls to reduce yields greatly. friends of, Miss Equilla The Bert Sperry family were Sun- chewer I knew as a boy. He tried are glad to see her out day dinner guests at the P. V. a four weeks illness. Moore home. Then they, with Mrs. to chew so much tobacco that the A statewide survey to determine John Mingel and Moore and daughters, were Sun- premiums would pay his tobacco the types of grasshoppers and their bill.--Taney Co., Missouri, Repub- prevalence has been begun by the church services in day afternoon visitors and supper lican, extension service and federal en- guests at the J. F, Crook home. _ B. Speckeen and daBgh- The Kidders, Mrs. Bach, Mr. andI ~^-*~ Dakota wheat growers who f~olog~ts, preparatory to laying S r and children and Nets I ,,~,u, plans for controlling the insects In Llla of BeaCh were ._Mrs. ~ ry __ ..... r guests at]hold government wheat ~nt L9~. Later this fall studies will be ~lxb~ home Mon- ~elson, lr., were aupp~ ~ .. I .~,.~,, will be paid an a~mmm~ made to check up on the eff~-]ayln~ the ~on ~us~ll home, Sunaay, a j14 ~ ~e =~Uoo~" dollars on ~ ops~'e~om of the ln~ts. [ GARNER Mr. and Mrs. Dell Howie visited at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Oscar Gigstad last Sunday. Mrs. Joe I~etz, Miss Anne Dietz and Mrs. Erie Sheen were Golva shoppers Monday. Mrs. Torval Vteland is very sick with the measles. Mr. and Mrs. A. M, Peterson, Mrs. Strahon, Mrs. Ed., Sheen, Mrs. Harry Wassmann, Mrs. Stanley Renstrom and Mrs. H. P. Crossman attended the Golva Sunshine at the A. J. Ziebarth home. Mrs. Glen Allstot. Mrs. Fred Wassmann and Mrs. Dell Howle called on Mrs. Vleland Tuesday. A couple junk men driving a six Wheel truck were convassing the vi- cinity for stuff in their line, and it surely stood one in need of being on the lookout or they would pick up things that were not for sale. Mrs. Strahon took some cows and calves to the K. J. Hlggins pasture on Friday. Clara Wassmann called on Mrs. Joe Lemlre Tuesday, The show at Golva Tuesday and Wednesday evenings were well rep- resented from this neighborhood, Kermit and Rodney Sheen and Leo Brown were visiting friends in Sentinel Butte Sunday. The Vicland, ROy Harman and Glen Allstot families enjoyed a pic- nic near Bullion Butte Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wassmann attended the ~ given by the Thelen folks~unday~ Mrs. F. ~hmeling ~nd two chil- dren visi~qd ~,F~. Qhoen Sunday. Mr. ~[~_xs. E~Howie were callers~ the Omsber~home Sun- da~a Strahon was a b~lness call- er~t the Wosepka home ~riday. . yr. and ]Mrs~ Cf~.~)rge Stl~ll visited J~r. and| Mr~ A. M. ]~eterson s~_nt the~y S~ufday in ~Beaeh. i Mr_. and]Mrs.IGlen ~Istot and | The _&h~el~g ~hfl~t~'en are Just ~covering |rein a'e~ge of measles, ~r. and Mrs. W~ Wosepk~ and ch~en vlsited~ the Paul Wagner hero--el Butte Sunday. Lewie Drewnlak helped Mrs. Stra. hen with branding Tuesday. The people who have bought the Henry Omsberg farm, moved out from Beach Tuesday so as to help with the haying. Mrs. Omsberg expects to leave soon for their old home in Indiana, Henry will go later. This move is caused on account of Mrs. Omsberg being troubled with hay fever here ~nd is not bothered at all in Ind- iana. Friends and neighbors are sorry to have them leave, but can not blame them .for making the change. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhardt Schu- macher and children, Mr. and Mrs. Dell Howls and Mr. and Mrs. Dave Howie and children picniced at the Oscar G~_gstad home Sunday. They also picked choke cherries in the af- ternoon. Every one reports an abun- dance of cherries and wild plums this year. Many have been able to control mating of most plants and animals hut with bees this is impossible be- cause the queen mates only on the wing, while high in the air. The honeybee apparently is as wild to- day as its ancestors centuries ago. Tillage to destroy weeds on sum- mer fallow should, begin early. Start ing tillage about June I resulted in about 40 percent higher yield at Msndan thkn when tillage began about July 1. Russian thistles alone generally make a dark unpalatable silage but mix~ ~lth green corn fod- der make gaod silage. Any other green crop such as wheat, oats, bar- ley, millet, alfalfa and sweet clover mixed with the thistles also makes good silase. The average town gossip has ears like an African elephant and a ton- gue like an ant-eater. A lot of fellows who are now leaning on the government, in an- other year will be demanding a leaning cushion for their shoulders. When we went to school they told us that the lowest form of animal life was the amoeba, but now Gen- eral Johnson tells us it ts the chtsler. If the Brain Trust could only in- duce the modern women to bake some of the brea~ that mother used to, the wheat problem would soon solve itself. Mary MeCaskey0 Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehls and ROy McCRskey drove to Sentinel Butte, Sunday, where they spent the day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nick Uetz. Mr. Uetz is suffering from a broken ankle which he re- ceived about two weeks ago. James Easton, son of Mike Eas- ton, spent a few days last week at the Beach hospital, as the result of a sore foot which he received when he stepped on a rusty nail. He re- turned to his home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Freese and sons of Beach were Sunday vkitors at the Ed. Feldmann home. Mrs. Calvin Adams came up from her home at Taylor, N, D,, last Wednesday and is gisiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Jack l~arra, in this vicinity. Little El- wood Farra, who has been visiting his grandparents since the Fourth, returned m his home at the same time, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Feldrnann and family were supper guests at the Roy McCaskey home, Sunday. Chester Osborne arrived at Beach last Tuesday from his home at La- Moure, North Dakota and has been visiting a~ the Frank Nehls home since then. Mr. Osborne was em- ployed at the Nehls farm a number of years ago, and is an old friend of the Nehls'. B. J, McD~ Hill and Mahlon St~.~ere an~g those WhO drov~Medora last\~ednes- day wh~/they attended a d~strict meetln~bf comn~ttee-men he~d at that#~e that. aftern.oon, the d~ove mentioned geing committeemen J~rom n, ~turday e~ninglenroute~o their mes, fret a tch. Pat q yel arr? in ac / hat a ter- n~n by irwin, co~ there from Ca~2 ~ra~Ick,~r-Dawson, N. Dak~as spent the past month. Dewey Huguhes was employed ior a few days last week at the George Still farm. Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Stoddard, Mrs. A. O. Roof, Jim Frick, Mr. and Mrs, Ernest Barkland and Mr. and Mrs, Roy McCaskey were among those who ~ttended the sale at the .farm of Mrs. Hermina Johnson, held there last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Adams have been staying at the Alby Rollins home for the past two weeks. Ernest McDanold came up from New England, where he is employed, to his home last Monday. He is nursing a badly injured finger, which made it necessary .for him to give up his work for a short while. Mrs. Frank Nehis called on Mrs. Art Adamson at the Beach hospital, last Sunday. Mrs. Adam~n is a Patient there following an operation for appendicitis performed last Thursday, She had been vl~ln~ at the home of her son, "Spud" Adam- son, and with other relatives for the past month. Ohlo'e 1863 Eleetlon The gubernatorial campaign of IS68 In Ohio is without parallel in the state's politics. John Brough, a war Democrat, was nominated by the Union party, while Clement L Vallandlngham, a vigorous peace Democrat, was nominated by the peace Democrats. On this election hung the fate of the nation. It was Brough and Union, or Valland- lgham and dis-Union. Ohio was the~ one of the three most Ira. Portent states iv the Union, and as she decided, others would be apt to decide. After much political strlf~. a mighty victory was won ~y Brough and the Union. Upon re- ceiving the message of victory, Lln- t~in telegraphed: "Glory to God in the highest; Ohio hem ~ved th~ IMtU0n," C~m~lhm Tm Species In Canada there are approximate- lY 150 d~erent species and varl~ flea of Iflants ~aching tree size. Only 81 of th~ are coniferous, but the wood of these forms 96 per cent of the forest products, and the trees themselves cover even a larger pro- portion of the potential forest area. NOTICE FOI~ BIDS The School Board of Beach School District No. 3 of Golden Valley County, North Dakota~ ~lll receive sealed bids ~or remQg~ling the heat- ing plant f~r the ~ch High School in Beach, N~rtl~,~Dakota, said remo- deling to c~t~st of changing the return stea~ main from under- ground to the inside of the build- inK, repairing one hot Water boiler and installing heater, raising the returns on the ventilating system two feet and changing tw5 nipples on the top of the return from the If the present national spending program keeps up in a few years the average income tax payer will know how to sympathize with the cow that Jumped over the moon. The old fashioned woman who us- ed to boast about how "many glasses of jelly she could get out of a gallon of blackberries, has a daughter who likes to brag about how many miles she can get out o~ a gallon of gas. A philosopher: Lifters and lean- ors. The lifters made America. What the leaners will do to it only God and the f~ure can disalose.-- ma__~ph~ m~pateh. Gimps fitted for the finest on the waste lng return c~ include all labor ~f all piping work an(]' to l ~ugh ur~lnu~n, raisin Gym and :a. yes the right to bids. Dakota~ 31st day of D. 1934. C. tSON, Clerk. (August 2) NOTICI~ TO CREDITO1RS In the Matter of the Estate of Frank Rogers. Deceased. Notice is hereby given by the un- der.~igned, John geohane, trator of ~he Estate of Fr Adminls- ank R~- era late of the County of Go[en Valley and State of North I)ak~a. deceased, to the creditors of& g~d all persons having claims ag~,t~a~ said deceased, to exhibit them ~f~n the r~ecessary vouchers, withb~ six m~nlhs after the first pu]~Icati0~ of th .~ notice, to said J~-~eo]~ane, at his office in ~e ~ty ~f ~each, in sakt Golden V~t~ley~o~ht.~or to the Judge of th~ ICo~uvt of (;old~,n~Valle:)- (2~u~ty; at his OffiCe in tne* Cour~tio~4e ,~n the City of Ba~Cha Gel de~ V~ Cou nty, North You are )~r~y further notified that I~[on. ~. ~J[~, Kastien, Judge of the Co~pnty ~'t within and for the Count.~of~(.~l(rkn Valley, aR$~State of Ntr~l~ ~Da~kota~ ha.~ fixed'~he~lSth day ~f ~'ebr~ary- A. i:). 193f. a~ the hour ~f,~e~go'~lock $~ the ~r~oon of sa~fd~l~[~tlthe (:~our]LR~l~s, in the (~)~o~se i[~ ~ City of ~eac~dlCount.]k ~ State, as the tim~d ~lace fda~Kearing and e aa2ustll~ ~all | clams against the estate of the|s~ Frank Rogers, Deceased, whJ~J~vs been duly and regularly presei~ffed as hereinbefore provided. Dated July 3~st. A. D. 1934. JC~IN KEOHANE, ~i Administrator of the Etat$ o Frank Rogers, Deceased, First Publication on the 2~d day" of August A. D. ~934. (Augus~ 2-9-16) Rice Drug Co. PreserIl~.ion Dru~gis~ w_ C, RICE, R. ~ Beach, N.D. | ATTORNEYS AT LAW { Beach,Phone North133 Dakota ] . : DL FRANK C. General