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August 20, 1931     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACh. N. D.. ADVANCE OLLIE (Regina Hoverson) & week ago Friday A. Doggett told Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Berry took A. Doggett, who has been very lit to Lemmon. s. D, where they l~tmd roads too muddy to proceed tm~tward. So from there Mrs. Dog- g~tt took the train for Chicago, she will visit for a time. P. E. Bryson took the four girls the Ollie Booster club who llrtietpated in the 4H demonstra- te Baker Tuesday Ima Rose Ethel Bryson constituted the d~onstratlon team. They gave a ~ery fine demonstration of collar ~d cuff sets.. Anna SliDer and Ala Bowen were on the judging team and took third place They took part in the style revue. Alma Slipper was awarded second MARIN[S AIM TO SllAH[R TARGL:TS AT CAMPJP[RRY place on her dress and won a trip Billings. Ada Bowen won third Iflaee. That evening Mrs. Everds treated the four girls to dinner at Baker hotel. Etta Bryson and Adele, the first Judging team of the Ollie Willing W~kers. and Flora ROSe and Irene Of the~second team. went to :Baker Tuesday morning with Mrs. Norman Rest. ~rs. L. W. Muchou of Huron, S. D,, is here making an extended ~It with her sister. Mrs. E. O. 'l~lekson. Dan Young and Miss Clara Hop- 1[mr who have ,been visiting the C. lB. Youngs at Mandan arrived at tlm F. M..Hopper farm Wednesday, Crack shots of the Marine Corps, who will test their skill in the N. R A. and National Matches to be held at left the following day for Camp Perry, Ohlo, between August 23 and September 13. Upper left: Lieut. Lewis A. Hohn, of Custar milllnga, where Miss Hopper will Ohio, upper right: Sergeant Carl I. Laine, of Jacksonville, Fla; lower left: Chief Marine Gunner Calvin A. ccmtlnue her work wlth Armours. Lloyd, of Mt. Upton, N. Y.; lower right: Lieut R. T. Presnell. of Blanchard. Idaho Each member of this ~a'. and Mrs. Leon Brlggs took ] quartette has distinguished himself in National and Marine Corps matches and is noted for his ability to hit their son Merril to Baker Wednes- ] the buLl's-eye day for medical attention. Mrs. stayed in the hospital with I llhn until the following day when === - ............ "I I the family home. Ma y McCaskey. R per er ~a'. mad Mrs. E. O. Erickson and l Clarence and Mrs. Muchou were ~eh callers Wednesday. Clar- Mrs. Leo Tobias of Golva was a J ence left on the train for Fessen- caller at the home of her mother,' den, N. D, where he will visit for Mrs. A. O. Roof, Wednesday. awhile. .Mrs. Franz Beeler and little son Arnold laws* returned to Ollie of Wibaux have been visiting at the ~IMesday after working several home of the former's sister, Mrs. George Beeler, since last Thursday Sunday, Mrs. Beeler and son went back to their home. but returned again Monday morning to the G. Beeler home with Bill BeePer. who has taken employment with Mah- lon Stecker on his threshing rlg. A. F. Doblar and John Gifford have been assisting Olaf Abraham and Floyd Hobbs during the past week with their harvesting, as they months in :'Medora. Arnold maY J~tay home and help with the janl~ for work at school for awhile until his father has completely recovered from the rheumatism. :At a meeting of the school trustees Wednesday evening Mr. M. ~L Zeltinger was appointed clerk to fill C. H. Howard's place. Mrs. Earl Stark and Mr. Willo lain Abrahams were Baker business STORMS FILM HEIGHTS ~allers Tuesday and Wednesday and are using a header outfit. They Beach callers Friday. Mr ,~bra- plan to move to the Doblar and mald arrange- Gifford farms sometime this mentshams i~or b~Yping ~ngscs August to harvest their cropsweek 21. He is taking two loads to Wyo- Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Feldmann and m,u~,--'-" ~---.o*n4"~'~ ...... ~,~,~ ~n, to Colfax I family,, Mr. and Mrs LaVern AI- Ill '7 berts and Mrs. Herman Albers ac- t_ a Mrs l~orman Rest took lcompanied by Mr and Mrs Roy NIL an,, , 4~ i ' ....... Cl~ris Rest to Beach iMCCaskey drove to the Sentinel ~r. aria ~vu~ .... la where Chrm ~'~ g -- is takin medical butte st Tuesday where they en treatment ] Joyed a picnic dinner, and spent t~ele ladies of the U.I the afternoon climbing and taking Wednesday ,, . , ....... 'idlmet at the church:rag the lghts of the butte. The ~[5 La{:lle8 Al~i u*w I "" " ,d~k on several quilts party had planned to visit the t lots w K ~ t~hey are~m~k~n~ Mrs. Denver!P~r~edr ~are~t...b.utt::t:r:ien~h_:f Williams, ~vbn and Mildred, anal "~ ~ ~ * ~ ..... x uv ~ u ..... ~ l Z~" ~'v~d~h-wh~~ and childrenIdeeided to call it a day and from} mrs. Davm ~nwn~ ) ............ w ....... ~n'^- able[ d few week; ago James Dunn was a2Vew York stage actor with ........d s~"t the day l ~- *~.~ *~ ~ ,~ *~.~ ~ ~s ' , .o idea of changing to ~lnu. Today he is hailed on the Pacific Coast ha town. They were dinner guesm . ; t as.t~e most important screen ~isCovtry of the year. .4 movie audience t1~ the Schrader home and supper ~2r~ and l~Irs. A. J~ O'K2efe ~ft a'aw him for the first time at a pre.view at Santa Barbara, Cal., of hi; ~tests a~ use .... ~ , - first pwture, the Fox film Bad Gwl~ m wk,ck /re appear ppo~t s,.~, ~-~.rson returned home t Smith, were Sunday/dinner guests _~'*': ....... 7 from Fort Harrl-land visitors at the/Frank Nehls gaily Eilers under Frank Borz~ge's directio.. The spontaneous ap- ~IMe~day evening " I .... -t plause and enthusiastic comment with which spectator; and "critic~ ~0n, He took in two days of tne aurae. ~ d t~ate convention of the Ame.ricanttoMr~N1nd M:rSe J~iitCllai~t~fe Wiol~ greeted his performance was almost unprecedente. Lt~ion at Miles City and heard me , .., _ : s . ,. mander streak ]McCaszey hon , Thursday, the ~ab*,,*,~ ~,,. ..... ' . , ' avi Mr, antl Mrs. Grove Luttsand; Collinses. a l~d ~}.cCaskey's. h .rig X~ura were Baker Shoppers Sat-It)een men_~ ]tnlle m wmconsm. llrday: Miss Elizabeth O'Conner, Mr:^an1#J~ue:dllavl~ea:r.~d sicn. She Even Had A F,ght --~,,, h,~ ~-ent her vacation at home D=~- ,,~,~ ~ .--~, .- "t~"-~'"-~"'- them companled by an aunt ann consm ~turnea w,~n Ms, and Mrs. Chas. Otter and of the latter, and have been guests ~n were guests at the Chas Abrams of .Mrs. John ~chroeder, they all home ~aturday. In the evening being relatives. the men attended a school meet- Mr. and Mrs, La Vern Albers and fllg with a Joining district to set- Mrs. Herman Albers left early Sat- tie the tuition Drc?oelm. urday morning ~by way of Minot for The U. B. Aid will hold an ice- Upton, N. D., where they will visit cream social at the church par- Mrs. La Vern Alber's fatheY, Roy. ]ors Saturday evening. A program Schriber before leaving for their Will be given, Everybody come and home in ~oganvLlle. Luster McJ:)anold has been stay-[ l~ve a good time. ing at the Ed. Koshney home in1 ,Mr, and Mrs. Douglas of B each, tBeach during the absence of hisI who have Just returned from Kan- sas Sundayed with the P. E. Bry- mother in Bismarck. I son family. Mrs. Bryson's fa[her, Rex Schulz and mother are stay- ~,enry Krammer, accompanied the'ing at the A~bert Meyers home at] Doughses from Kan~s and is now present, where they are employed. ] Mary and Genevieve Tosner are visiting in Ollie. Rev. and Mrs. Chester Hamilton returned missionaries from the We~ Indies are holding meetings at Mound. Sunday they gave a very interestln~ program dressed in staying in town since last Satur- day at the home of Mrs. Ben Ben- i son. I Mrs. Grace Rai~ler. who has been visiting at the home of her father, B J. McDanold. went %o Beach the ]first part of las~ week. where she , remained to take the teachers' ex- aminations, held at the court I house. 1 "How did you lmppen to get In for aviation?' 'q was driven to It. Three years ago an heiress turned me down and I've been up In the air ever Just be fresh, saucy, tough, rough--yourself, you know, was what John Ford, the director, told ;ally O'Net7 before they started "The Brat" at the Fo# studios. 8he said "Yes, sir:" gad then tvondemd l ur wk lher he was trying to be funny. Anjs ay, she did it, and when the studio o tal tlw Skirt they imi diatels d ned her to a oShract. Indian costumes. Last Sunday Mrs. Ed. Wang en- tertained Alice Wang. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holder, Elmer and family_, A1- ,bert and family and Arthur wang. Mr. an& Mrs, S.E. Zollinger drove to Webster Sunday. They later went to Ekalaka re v!sit old friends. Mr and Mrs. Seffon of Southern California. who are on their way home from a visit in M~lanesdta, were Sunday guests at the Chad- derdon home. They were ~ceom- uanied by Mr. Chadderdon's sister. MrS. Bartholomew of Beach and children. -Mr. and Mrs. B. L. Billington, Mr, and Mrs. Mert Buckley and Mar- ]an, Mr. and Mrs. A. Hover;on. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Bert Hudson, Mr. and r& J. Tatley, Charlotte, Mary Fay Mr. and Ed, and Mrs. Roger San- took in ~he show MR. HOOVER AT 57 This nex~ recent photograph of President lloover was made on the eve of his fifty-seventh birtl~day. The Chief Executive observed the anniversary by working as usual. ~~@~~p~= - . = ..... - By NELLIE MAXWELL _ _.-._-_** .---.-_ ~ * _ .... All good and evil, whether of the body or in human nature, originates in the soul. And therefore, if the head and the body are to be well, you must begin by curing the soul.~ Plato. Italian Good Things % On Their :! ~AY, AUGUST 20, To Fame In the gold rush days it was the stories of big strikes that thousands on to hardships in the l~est. In these modern days the tales of sudden success in the movws. They grow fewer as the years pass and competition increases, but they occur nevertheless. One of the most outstanding one; to date is the case Dunn. Signed to a movie contract three months ago, he has nn extraordinary performance in hi; first picture, "Bad Girl," Fox Film executives have made him a star. ~lnd with him, seemingly inspired, is Sally Eilers. ~'he has considerable experience, in spite of her youth, but ha; never, it ,claimed, reached such dramatic heighu before. SOUTH COUNTR-~ NEWS Mr. Williams of the White Eagle Oil Co. was m this neighborhood the last of the week looking after the interests of the oil company. E. J.~Rustad has charge of the White Eagle Oil station here. Miss Ada Bowen attended the 4H club meeting in Baker on Tuesday Mr. Wm. Abrams was looking at LARGE STOCK SHOW AT RICHLAND COUNTY The livestock show at the land County Fair, Sidney, ber 8th to llth, inclusive, is widely heralded as one of gest educational features. af the role played by tivestocl~ ing in the agricultural plan- Montana. no other the fair iz being.given more IN ITALY n little child may pro- horses severaI places around here tion. Generous prizes have pare the meal for a workman's this week. He expected to get set aside for all kinds of table. But for those with more means much elaboration is used. In i enough to fill three cars which he and big entries are expected recipes using grated cheese the cor- will ship to eastern points in a classes listed in the prize list. feet mixture is one-third Gruyere I week or two. While horses are no/ kinds of stock to be shown and two-thirds Parmesan. bringing a very high price it issheep, cattle, swine and poultrY. Risotto a la Milanaise.--This is nice for those who have a few toSome of the best animals a very thick soup, which, with the sell. as even a few dollars are very at the Fair this year will be poor, is put on the bread, thus mak- welcome to every one of us in these ited by boys and girls enrolled ing a substantial meal. For use"parlous" times. 4H club work and young men at a dinner It should be consider- ably diluted. Cut up half of a large The Goh, a Sunshine society met women who made their first onion in fine pieces, add butter the at the home of Minnie Bearfield hiLZz a; Fair ";~hcn enrolled in size of an egg and fry to a bright cn Wednesday, August ~2 Owing work. The older exhbitors brown, add one pound of washed to the season being a busy one and run into some strenuous and soaked rice and one quart of Miss Bearfield living away down tion from these younger folkS bouillon. Cook until the grains are in the beginning of nowhere, notyear, according ~o soft but not crushed. Set the dish aside to keep hot, add one-fourth many of the Sunshincrs were pros- of the various livestock divisio~ ent, those who were being Mrs. -- --. , o pound of ,,rated cheese and two Edna Hammond. president; Mrs. Once a Scotchman dldnt g , ]~ ounces of butter. Season with white Delia Scheifer, Mrs. In~ Crossman, a banquet because he dtdnt pepper, salt if needed, and a bit Mrs. Lena Peterson, /Mrs. Helen what the word gratis on the of nutmeg. Potafle au Chou.---Boil one-half Schouboe and Mrs l(label Schou- tation meant. The next day he pound of ~ce and the heart of a bce. Two visitors ~ere also pros- Iound dead before an open dici firm eabbu~e in boiling salted wa- lent. Mrs. Richard ]Fisher and Mrs. ary. ter until tender. Drain and chop Morris. AfteA paSaking of dinner "the cabbage in large rough pleces, lbusiness of tt~e ~sual order was Put back into the soup pan with, conducted, let.~ of thanks were three ouneesofbutter, threeonlons read. and sev~aI remembered in F S le minced, and lightly fried in the but- or a ter, add one quart of good soupthe usual man~er. The Sunshine stock, salt and mixed spice. Boll society certainly deserves much up for half an hour, Set aside and praise for the good it has done and ALLIS - CHALMERS 20-~ add grated cheese to flavor theis doing. Many have been cheered TRACTOR AND 30-501 setup before serving, and helped in various pleasant~ or Maek,rel a ,',ta,e.... ways. i,I ARATOR. PRICED TO S ---Split and trim, removing the Mr. Bury of Alpha was in this heads and tails of the fish. Let vicinity looking after some Feder- /" the fish soak four ho~rs in seasoned Y BOX 595 oil and vinegar. Use salt, pepper, al land which has been rented this~ sliced onion, and chopped parsley, year. BIS1ML%RCK, N. D. Drain and dust them with flour and Most of the grain has been got fry them in oil. Serve crisp and out of the way--a small part of hot. which will be threshed. The re-l E~g E.tree.--Peel one-fourth of mainder will be used for hay or a pound of onions and one-half feed. It has been reported there. pound of mushrooms, add a clove of garlic and mt Into strips. Fry in three ounces of butter until the onions begin to color. Add a tea- spoonful of flour, salt, pepper and let that color, then thin with stock to make a sauce, season to taste and simmer half an hour, Cut the whites of six cooked eggs into strips, leaving the yolks whole, add to the sauce and when thoroughly heated, serve. (t'6~ 1931, Western NewepaDer Unlom.) HELPFUL AUDIENCE Hex~me.-Yes, and there by the gates ot the ll]aLlsio/~ I began to sob, "I!ere I stand b-barefooted in t-the s-s-snow, Comedian---ltow realisticl How was it reeeived? Heroine--Why, the gallery began to throw old boots. The Bridge Verdon You can't become a good brldse player Just by reading on the sub- ~ect. All work and no play makes Jack a terrible partner.--Southern Lumberman. will be no grain threshed on Horsei creek where there has usually been) ve. *or Let outfit. Dudley Fulton spent the week end at the home of Alvin Wood- send and with his father and mo- ther at Carlyle. It was a good many years ago We carry a complete stock TEXACO GAS AND thethatraces.the deacon took his wife to ~" E Just as the horses were lining up "/P~ FFICIENISER IGE at the barrier, his wife grasped the deacon nervously by the arm and in a voice which was filled with Texaco emotion asked him for a safety pin, meanwhile grabbing franticai- Station ly after something that seemed to be slipping around the knees. GOODWIN Just then some one nearby Manager shouted. "They're off!" And wee wifie fainted. The place for well. cooked square meals the market affords, prepared the way you it, and most liberal helpings. WE SERVE REAL COFFEE WITH REAL CREA~