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August 30, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 30, 1934 THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE FAGETHRE]~ ,p t.. A O Crippling American Shipping To Aid Foreign Ship Owners .Seems Secg2 Wallace's Policy Secretary of Agriculture Wallace, ers would give them more cash with if his theories are carried out, has which to buy goods in this country. struck a blow which will give our l Past history shows that these newly acquired high standing on thesidizedfreign byCernerStheiraregovernments.nearly all sUb-un_ direct der guise of mail contracts or sea a stunning blow, and his tea-I sons for it are almost as astounding, i gifts, on the proviso that they direct I Ever since the world war we have l all their energies to diverting trade been trying to build up our mer-/to their home country, so the sec- chant marine so that our expot~ ~ retary's theory of helping U. S. busi- may be carried in American bottoms, hess by crippling lines carrying the and the profits given Americans. stars and stripes falls flat. Many of these American ships are making ports where we never before had any trade and a great advance is exports made where we never sold goods before. Ths business is not sufficient as yet without govern- mens aid, to warrant its continu- ance, and this aid would be with- drawn by Secretary Wallace and the Besides, American shipping inter- ests are entitled to as much assis- tance from the government as agri- culture, manufactures and trades- men, if the government plays fai2. They are part of the great move- ~i~::?;i::~:i~i(~::::::: merit to expand our trade and bet- i~::: :~/~ ....... ter conditions at home, and just .... why they should be picked out for Slain by Gunmen carrying trade given to foreign slaughter on any such flimsy pre- shipping on the theory that the text is not understandable to the money thus transferred to foreign-~ average mind. ] Robert Pitts, Jr. [ Porter, a recent bride was the guest Chicago police have launched a Iof honor at,a miscellaneous shower. ' search for a mob of drunken gun- WIBAUX /A mock wedding furnished the eve- _ [ning's diversion. A dainty lunch[ ..... served by Mrs. J. D. Culien and Mrs. ] Mr. and Mrs. Zene Leighton and D. L. Collins concluded a most en- joyable evening. Adolph Germann departed on Thursday last for St. Cloud, Minn., where he will visit his mother and daughter Delphine. men who shot and killed two-and. a-half-year-old Robert Pitts, Jr., above, ev a Chicago street with a wi~d shot fired from their speed- inI- automobile. The boy was rid- in,., in h!s little coaster wagon pultcd by his father when the bul- let struck hin~ children of Renan, Montana, arriv- ed Tuesday for a two weeks visit with Mrs. Leighton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Drollope and other relatives and friends, Mr. and Mrs. BONNIE VIEW Mary McCaskeYo Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Jack Still and~j~cff Merton, motored to Sidne~I~ont., Saturday, where the~nt the night returning to~irhome Sun- day afternoon. ~q~ey brought bac: a load of veget~les from Sidlaev. Mr. and lVI~. Ellis down from q~endive c spent the nlg~ht at ~he camping anti flshin were callers at the home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack family are staying at Waldorf home looking the farm while and Waldorf are enjoying to Adams brother and sister, respec- tively, Mr. and Mrs. Holiis Adams and made the acquaintance of their new son, Merle Robert, who arriv- ed last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. F. Adams and family returned to their home in Mott. Sunday evening. Oluf Winger and Fred Sabln were held near Sentinel Butte, last Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Doblar and Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Abraham and ~~each were Sunday vis- itors at the O~af Abraham home. Joe McCaskey,-who has been em- p Fed at the Ber~. Brown home for a put six weeks Past, returned to h ~home Saturday ~eventng. Mr. and Mrs. Feldmann a: d family, 1~. r. and Mrs. ft v~ left last part of the Little Betty Lou Abraham return- SENTINEL ed to her home Sunday after a visit at the home of her grandparents, I Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Doblar. I Mr. and Mrs. Seweil Dick Kerr, left by car last Wed- rived here from Ann nesday, for New Zeipzig, N. Dak., ]where Sewell has been where he will visit his friend, Roy lsummer school. They are Conklin, for awhile. He may drive I the E. H. Mason and to South Dakota, later, for a visit[They will return to Forks in with relatives there. I about two weeks where is an Mr. and Mrs. Florian Adams and linstructor at the State family, of Mott, N, D., were guests~ Mr. and Mrs. W. Burns and over Saturday and Sunday at the I family and Mr. and John Rais- home of Mrs. Adams's parents Mr.] ler of Thelen picnic sup- and Mrs. Braden in this vicinity, per at the Butte They also visited with Mr. and Mrs. The Civic Cot. club held l its regular Merit[ meeting at the town hall Monday In the absnece of W.T. Peder- son, E. D. Nelson as man.- Several were brought up and acted on. Mr. Stall of Jamestown was tun- ing pianos in this vicinity last week. Wednesday to get~ the furniture he purchased from Cmmmths. Mr. and Mrs. Peter A. Lardy are the parents of a fine boy, born last Thursday. Mrs. A. P. Boisen entertained the St. Mary's Altar society at a special meeting Thursday. A lovely lUnch was served, following the business meeting. Miss Rita Limere and girl friend mr Beach and of Valley City arrived here Tuesday and ~o spend a three weeks vacation at on the Bea- .the George Lemire home. Miss Le- mire is taking nurse's training at Doblar were in Valley City. and Donald Travl~ The St. Mary's Altar society will for Billings for a on a 30th. ta atten& 25 cenr~ per perso.~ ~ from four o'clo~ ~re served. Mrs. Paul Lardy and daughte] Evelyn called at the Francis Bares home west of town Tuesday.. Wosepka spent Thursday room term. and evening reMr. and to as a guest of and Mrs. Paul here she drove out make arrangements board for the coming M, A. arrived has of week at Glendive visiting at the ~. Houck home, ,, Van Bros. Shows present YoWI~ In the Army Now' a war picture at the town hall Friday, August ~1. Admission prices 15 and 25 ceu~ l a Mr. and Mrs. A1. Wosepka,-" .~. / nd Paul Wagner, Mr. and Mr~ ~.~ /Hovland and Bert Fasching d~v~ [ out to the Wosepka farm Sunday to [ partake of a delicious chicken Cin- ner. Mr. and Mrs. Wendell NistI~r of Golva were also guests. Saturday and Sunday were b [days in Sentinel Butte. Cattle worn being brought in from all directi~ to be loaded and shipped out ~- Dwelve carloads o cattle we~ OUt, and Mrs. E. D. Nelson :rod Mrs. Paul Wagner were business visitors F_~:~,, Johnstone and in/ home from the Be ,,~h on Saturday. Mrs. Norman I-Iav4~m their household goods to and are livlng in tl~ Staples house, recently va- .~d by Mrs. Wyckoff. Early Day Chewing Gum The chewing gum industry dats~ from about 1860, when an Amerlc~a inventor, while maklng an unsm~ cessful attempt to vulcanize the ~p family of the sapola tree for a rubber sul~ r to see the stltute, discovered similarity ,d~ chlcle to spruce and cherry g~.nd T. Pederson left which hitherto had been the ~ric- for Plngree, N. chewing gums known. D., to visit their daughter and son-[ 7-1p in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Soren- ADVANCE AD~ GET r -- :Leighton are former Wibaux court- Week end guests at the home of @ @ .k @ @ 4, 4, ~ @ @ ,b @ @ @ @ visitors at the Ray McCaskey home, While at Sentinel Butte he was a ty residents. Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Elliot included Mrs. I. R. Keller, mother of Dr. Rev. and Mrs. Meyer of Minne- @ , ,~ @@ Saturday evening, outfit of gU~to::rthGymJ~B~r~s f~nrcll~sed := ...... ' ~P FARM LDJU~TSIENT NEWS The road construction ~ ~ -" I I .... l[ I G. E Keller, broke her arm on apolis. Mrs. Meyer is a niece of 4. $ the F. O. Smith Co., completed its a new Chevrolet in which to make Ill Tuesday last, when she fell on the[Mrs. Elliot. -- ............ Sb @ @ 'lb @ @ @ @ Sb 4b 4' @ @ @ '1~ work on highway No. 16, last week, the trip out west. [[[ ][ ~ ~ r [j ~r ~ || stairs, ] Mrs. Chas. Dahl and sons return. To Cheek Compliance of building about ten miles of grade Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Abliter are [][ ~ II [ | ~ | | ~ II Mrs. James Stone has returned[ ed Sunday from a week's visit with u tion of comphance super- ' - I',: Ill II I/l I lib I~ |li Instr c " which has taken about four months the proud parents of an 8 1 2 lb , from a visit with her parents, Mr.[ her father in ~'yburg, N.D. visors for the corn-hog program in and left for its next job at Grassy. boy born at the Dickinson l~lospital ] [.~ ][ II m [ | ~ [ ]~ J[ . ' ~utte,located about forty-two miles lTuesday. . andMrs'J' P'HigginsinBillings" | Mrs" Carline Leahy and daughter ~Nrth Dakta is scheduled to begin nrthf Belfield The utflt wentl BertFaschinghastakenverthel '!~ ~kbt"fi~t~l~ Mi Clara Presthus of Glendive is the of Minneapolis, formely of Wibaux the week, of August 27, J. T. E. Din- via Beach and Belfield. f barber shop which he recently pur- woodle, state agent in charge of this A party was held at the Bonnie chased from Leonard Gamroth. work for?he ,AAA, made known th~ View school house last Staurday eve-IBert is a graduate of the Moler Bar- F on " . ~,,. ,ot;.uv~ ~or ~ne ~r~ming or arm, le south and .. " .. , nmg about 30 persons being pres-Ibef college of Fargo and up until J| west ~ach ~, ~l;~nmPe~cahnC:oi~yrd~r: ar~:o be jent" Dancing was enjoyed until a ~he came to Sentinel Butte has been t1111 ........ T ..... west ~each ~ w .... ...... g t. last [ late hour. Mr and Mrs Leo Sperry I in the barber business with his fa [l~l ~ w ~ ,~ , .~/J A. ~ ~,lerk, iT~;t~m~:g.US~eai~dm~e~rS~ weeklfurnishing the music. Those at-/ther at Golva, so is not a new hand ~]'~ W ~_~]~~ ~,~]1~t~" ~]~ x~l? ....... ' .. . : . ..cmpa-[tending report a pleasant ~ve~ing [ at the trade Bert has many friends I:~l vp ~.,~a~.,o~~~a~.~pt. ~J~/ll t_ ~u~ enor~s wilt smr~ a~ the time J i " ' " []H / t~% L / ........ ] m Frick enjoyed a visit with his/in Sentinel Butte and vicinity who . . ~al~:;n~:turegaha~vl;S~:~:nether.fin- ]parel~ts, from the eastern part of/wish him much luck in his new busi- At 9:30 the m lUg ........ nt been ] the state' fr a few days last week' |hess venture" Jill At-, oommea on me contracts. ~they leaving again Wednesdayt Mr. and Mrs. Math Tescher i~l Fre -- Clear Wh. eat Compila~ee i morning" !brought their year old son Denny to L~ e l~ " who ~enson, ~riggs, Sheridan, Eddy [ Albert Cooper, who has been em- 1 town TUesday to receive medical at- [ r-~ ~ |i ~/~ i~J and Steele coUnties cleared their ployed at the Frank Nehls farm ltentlon from Dr. Lyons. Denny has I::l ~, ~~ -- [~[ wheat compliance forms for the fin- [ since last fall and on the new road been very ill with stomach flu, but] [Ji[ Large ~l~t of extra good livestg~, machinery u,a ~--~ al 1933 and the first 1934 adjust-[being constructed this spring, left is much better. [[][J ~-household ~'~bt'~rr~ .f,~,.,~a ~" J~| ment payments last week. The [ for his home at Kimball, South Da- Donald, Seglar was employed at [ [[[[ ~~ ............ [1| forms were sent to Washington[kota, last Wednesday. He expects the IOA store last week during the]][[[ V~TPT.L MT~ T'P IW VISIT ~T~ w~ ~ [~[ where they are being given a final J to visit his father and brother there, absence of John Boisen, who was [ ,~J .......................... "" J]~[ inspection. Approval of the docu-~ Several from thi~,vicinity attend- having dental work done. [ ~ . ~|~ merits by the wheat section will l ed the auction sale of 1~.. E. Mttrray, Robert Kremers was in town on [ ~-'-" ~ffi=~ffiffi= ": i [ "" ------- "" I I :" - :: ] :'[.SL_~~~ place these farmers in line for ira- - ---'--'---'r-,.=.T&J [~ guest of Wibaux relatives. ~ re combining business with pleas- Miss Esther Carlson and mother, ure, while renewing acquaintances Mrs. J. H. Carlson spent Thursday ,. ith Wihaux friends this week. with Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Carlson in Mr. and Mrs. "E. L. Anglemeyer Terry. - md family returned Sunday from a Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Hansen return- , vo weeks visit with relatives and ed Tuesday from a two weeks visit Aends in Mlssoula and Great Falls. with their son Marion and family in Mr. and Mrs. Hartse and daugh- Great Falls. ;or Marva of Carlyle were business Mrs. George Bass was hostess to ~isitors in Wibaux on Monday. the Sunnyvale Homemakers club at Miss Margaret Scott was a Wlbaux the Arlelgh Meek home on Tuesday visitor over the week end. last. During the business session, which was presided over by the Mr .and Mrs. I. R. Keller, president, Mrs. Wm. Lentz, the fol- have been guests of their son, Dr. lowing officers were re-elected: G. E. Keller and family the past :President, Mrs. Wm. Lentz, vice month, departed last Thursday for president, Mrs. Mary Scammon, See- ] ~heir home in E1kharL Iowa. retary and treasurer, Mrs. Alger] Mrs. Matilda Teeters of the Blue Meek. The new project leaders are Mountain vicinity was a business Mrs. W. C. Harlan and Mrs. M. E. visitor in Wibaux Monday. Smlth. A musical program was en-[ Miss Christine Jakln was a Glen- Joyed after which the hostess serv- [ dive shopper Monday of this week. ~ ~ Rodney Page, son of Mr. and Mrs. I E. R. Page former Wibaux residents ] was calling on Wibaux friends on /Sunday after four years in the navy. ed an appetizing lunch to twenty members and guests. Mr~ and Mrs. J. H. Kusske were busine~ visitors in Sidney on Thurs- day last. Mr. and Mrs. H.C. Buldhaupt Mr. and Mrs. Herbe~ Wildman line were shop- and daughter and Mrs. in dell and son of Big Mrs. Olaf a guests at the home of operation in Glendive roans and Mrs. parents, hospital Mr. and Mrs. Tom Rev. and Otto Rae Samson of, was down three from from Glendive afternoon, parted Livingston, Miss spent the attend the past week Florence Green-, and visit with N. IY. up, near Howard Bryan of Mr. J.H. Billings former Wibaux dents Friday and for Portland with and Mrs. Eli Swartz other friend~. home his Glenn ed for his and Mrs. H. J Morgan visitor~ tar Thur~ay la~ Mrs. rooms on 1~. Elliot was to the La- dies' of Funda- church. After the businem whlc21 was presided over by the Mrs. Simon program was ed B. of the afternoon was spent visiting after which a delicious lunch was served by the hostess to 33 members and guests. Duane Welsh, son of Mr. and Mrs. ~R. H. Welsh who had his tonsils re- moved Friday at the Glendive hos- l~ltal was able to return to his home east of Wibaux Sunday. Rev. Otto Ponath and Rev. L. H. Norton were guests at the Norman :Rogers home in Dawson county on lVriday. After a three weeks visit with rel- atlve~ in Loyal, Wisconsin, Mrs. Win. Welsh returned home on ~t- ttrday last. Sunday guests at the D. L. Col- lins home included their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jakin. Wlbaux people who were seen in Beach Monday included: Mr, and Mrs. Tom Harris, Mr. and Mrs. M. P. Meyer, Mr. and MrsI Win. Welsh and daughter Jeanette, Mrs. Burton ~W'elsh and son Don, Mr. and Mrs. ASa Glberson and Mr. and Mrs. l~Iph Reed and daughter I~tura. The Wibaux Library has purchas- ed a fine lot of new books during ~he past week covering good read- ~g for young people as well as Sdults. After the regular meeting of the ~P~oyal Neighbors on Wednesday eve- of last Week, Mrs. Lorraine by Great to take Mrs. John to the A1- Commercial club atternoon. A de- was ~rved by the hos- large crowd. Mrs. Roy Amunrud and and Mrs. Reuben Amunrud and of'Cottonwood spent Mon- day at' the Stockwell home near Yates. Mr. and Mrs. AL Thompson and daughter Lucille of Yates were shopping tn Wlbaux Monday. J. D. Cullen returned Tuesday from a two weeks tour of the Yel- lowstone park and western part of the state. Mrs. E. P. Meyer .of Puyallup, Washington, formerly of Wlbaux visited her sister Mrs. M. P. Meyer the past week. She was enroute to Wisconsin to visit relatives. GETS ADVANCEMENT Appointment of A. F. Yeager, au- thority on horticultural breeding work, experimenter and plant breed- er at the North Dakota Agricultural college for the past 15 years, to the chairmanship of the department of horticulture and forestry has been announced by Dr. H. L. Walster dean and director of agriculture. Work done by Yeager has resulted in a long list of new varieties of vegetables and fruits for the state and nation. In the tomato field he has eight new varlties to his credit. Appeals have been issued to all North Dakota farmers who have surplus straw and other roughage to bale or stack these feeds care- fully so that livestock of the state may be fed this winter. A real need for these surplus rougha~es is cer- tatu. mediate payment of 9 cents per bu- shel on the 1934 contract. Counties are completing their compliance work rapidly now and a big rush to got the compliance forms cleared and the papers on their way to AAA headquarters is on. Feed Committee Organized A Northwest drouth emergency committee including representatives from six states with Dr. J. H. Shep- pard, president of the North Dako- ta Agricultural college and director of %he state emergency livestock purchasing program, as chairman was set up at a conference held ati the college last week. Walter Mad-I dock, vice-president of the Farmers Union is North Dakota's member of the group. The committee is head- ing up the drive to secure an ade- quate supply of livestock feed for farm herds and flocks this winter. Every effort is being made to in- sure enough feed to keep the best quality animals as a foundation for breeding operation,s. Present at the conCerenee were representatives from South Dakota, Montana, Neb- raska, Minnesota, Minnesota/ Wis- consin and No/~h Dakota. U. S. SILVER "PROFIT" RIVALS INCOME TAX Washington, Aug. 17.---The "pro- fit" the government makes on silver is almost proving a rival to the in- come tax just now. Seignnolrage reaped since the be- ginning of the program to make silver one-fourth of the metal back of the currency is running at nearly two-thirds of income receipts. It stands at $18,316,937, according to latest figures. The tax collections since July 1 amount to $28,430,299. The "profit" is the difference be- tween what hte treasury pays for silver and the monetary value of $1~9 an ounce. Against free silver which was in the treasury before the silver purchase act, the government is lmuing currency on the basis of $129 an ounce, although the cost was much lower. Officials have emphasized that there is no present plan to issue certificates on other silver at anything greater than a cost basis. There is little, if any, authentic information at hand htat the corn fed in fields or as fodder at this time contains any poisonous proper- ties. However, a common trouble associated with feeding of this kind is bloat. This is due to the animal's eating heartily on green or partly green corn which undergoes rapid fermentation in the fore-stomachs, producing symptoms of bloat, and in many cases death in a very ~hort time. Enjoy Trip ew Stopping tires in spoils a to Better your alao for the Today's prices of them! sLzes--all G DYr. AR EDWAY 7h:ck Center-Trac- tion Oversize-- BuiltCord. 30x3 $4.40 4.40-21 $4.95 4.50-21 $ .40 4.75-19 $5.70 Prices subject to chan~ewith- out notice. State tag, if any, additional. most to ad= you Sensational HEW GOODYEAR ALL-WEATHER See it! Let us explain why it actually delivers 43% More Miles of Real Non-Skid. Costs more to build but no more fo buy! W. C. SCHULZ PHONE 74---We Come---On the Run Beach, North Dakota Day GOODYEAR PATHFINDER New type Center-Trac. tlon tread with deep.cut blocks. Built with Sugar twilit. 4.40-21 $5.70 4.50-20 $6.20 4.50-21 $6.50 4.75-19 $6.90 5.00-19 $7.40 Prices subject to change without notice. State tax, if any, additional. SPECIALS for Labor WE HAVE SOME 4.40-21 CASINGS AT $3.30 EACH