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Beach, North Dakota
September 8, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 8, 1938 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE 7 Frank Dunder Wins Recog LOCALS Friday afternoon a special meeting The Catholic ladies gulld willmeet of the P. E. O. was held at the home this (Thursday) a~fternoon at St. dohR of Mrs. H. B. Lovell, at which Miss hall. Mrs. V. Volesky and Mrs. The- Sunday Che,.~. Purvis left on a bus- Merle Lovell was initiated into the hells Kunick will entertain. nition With Wood Ca]ccvingliness trip t Minneapl~' plannin~ toirder' and a miscenaneu~ shwer was ~JbeMissgOneShirleya few days.Mat Johnson of Dick- gren.given' honoring Miss Charlotte Lov- inson was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dee Martin of Dickin- PROFESSIONAL This excellent wood-carving from the famous paintin g of the drafting of the Declaration of Independence was made by Frank Dunder, Bohemian-born farmer near Beach, N. D. Using home-made tools principally :a jack-knif~ and a common calendar picture as a mad el, Dunder made the carving from a solid piece of pine. Not discernible in this newspaper reproduction as it is rephotographed like above is the fine detail which Dander puts into his life-like work. The individual locks of hair on the figures heads stand out. Individual leaves are caved into the book which is lying on its side on the footstool. I.~st Friday's Bismarck Tribune con-[ ............. " .............. "----t'-- article ~om tmnaer's iamer ann granaIamer ~metl ~ne IOllOWLO.g ulbe1~ uqt ......... Wllt~l ....... rmer llv ~were macnmmr~ m a ~msmn-o ~oncermng J~TanK Panner, xa "i~_~__,__ . .... ine wood * x3uslemsail ~w~t~ry ~g north of Beach, and the f Sevd ein &mtrlan Army arving work he has done: On the fringe of Western North l:~- :kota's Bandla~ds, probably as far from a center of artistic expression as he ,cOuld get Without going to the North l%le, lives a wood-carver whose sense of beauty is keen, whose touch is sure and delicate. His talent might never have l~een brought to light had it not been for the VCorks Progress administration, which :first gave him employment on a drouth relief dam-building project, and ls nov," encouraging him to seek an ap- Propriate outlet for his wood-carving ability. A slab of cheap pine wood was his ~aterial. A common calendar picture Was his model. From them Frank DUnder, 42-year-old Bohemian farm- er near Beach, fashioned a carving of irate beauty. i Came to N. D. in 1931 A die and tool-maker, Dunder came With his family to western North Da- kota from Chicago in I931, seeking health in the same climate that re- ~tored Teddy Roosevelt to full vigor. With no experience as a farmer, he began tilling the soil of Golden Valley County as North Dakota's drouth cycle Was getting under way. He failed. For some time he has been a WPA tirouth relief worker. Lately he has been helping build dams. ]L~rly this summer Dunder seized 80me tools he had made himself and Went to work on a solid piece of pine a~bout three feet wide and two feet high. The carving reproduced else- Where on this page was the result. Copied Calendar Painting . The painting this European-born lrami~rant chose to copy was on a :handy calendar. It is of the drafting of the Declaration of Independence. a~d Dunder presented it to his family "tbAs July Fourth. A curving black varnished frame con- h'~sks with the natural pine yellow of the carving itself. Both are shellacked | tO give them gloss. | ~o delicate is Dunder's touch that ! locks of hair are distinct on each | ~n's head and individual leaves of a book lying On its side can be discerned. | Born and reared in a part of Be- | l~emia that is now incorporated into [ ~ CZechaslovakia, Dunder learned the art | *-~-| 0f wogd-carving at his father's feet. Dunder served two years in the Austrian army, was married to a Be- hemian, and came to the United States in 1923. That trip spelled seven years of heartbreak for the Dunder family. They sailed from Cannes, France and emigration authorities refused to per- mit their baby, Eva, now an atttractive girl of 16, to accompany them. For seven years the little girl, suf- fering from rickets, was cared for by a ~rivate family in France while her father made every effort to secure her oassage to this country. Immigration authorities in Chicago eventually re- united her with her parents. Was Die Maker Mr. Du.~ders' first work in the Unit- .d States was as a die and tool maker in a Baltimore iron factory. He work- ed in Chicago in a similar capacity be- fore coming to North Dakota. Eva and her 17-year-old sister, Lydia, were born in Czechoslovakia. The oth- er two children, Frank, Jr., 13, and 'Charles, 12, were born in Chicago. Dunder is teaching the wood car- ver's are to his children. Frank, Jr, I he says, is a particularly apt pupil and is doing considerable work by himself. Dunder wants to give up farming i and return to his real love of die-mak- ~ing or wood-carving. And in this am- bition the North Dakota WPA educa- tional department may give him help. WPA officials say they hope to take Dunder off the dam-building project and have him teach wood-carving classes in Beach. BEACH LUTHERANI~SH Oliver Everette, Beach Sunday School at 10 a. m. Services at 11 a. m. Confirmation class every Saturday at 10 a. m. at the church. Carlyle services at 2 p. m. at the Nelson school lmuse. Confirmation class fllowing services. Sentinel Butte Ladies Aid at the church Wednesday noon, Sept. 14th. Everyone welcome. ST. JOHN'S C~IflgCH Fr. W. F. Hake, Pastor Mass at Beach 10:30 a. m. Sunday. Mass at Sentinel Butte at 8:30 a. m. Dodge Trucks- Parts and Service General Auto and Truck Repairing Portab].~.A~g~.lene and Electric ~Veiding No~ :s the time to have your Car and truck motors rebored and~re- paired for winter service Miss Marguerite Kreitinger sta~ teaching in the Rocky Butte school on Monoay. Watt Johnson a few days the past week son are employed at the Park cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Austin and two sons of Glasgow, l~ontana, stoppedI here to visit Mrs. Bessie Welch FridayI night while enroute home from theI Black Hills and Minneapolis: Dave Welch, who has been employed in Alaska the past five months, stop- ped here Friday and remained until Sunday to visit with his sister-in-law, Mrs. Bessie Welch. Friday night Mrs. Win. P. Schmidt, Her/o Schmidt, Miss Myra Schmidt and Miss Elva Johnsan, all of St. Cloud,, arrived and were guests of Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Walker u~til We~:msday. Remember! Only ot~e week left to get in on the $1.50 Sl~cial Subscrip- tion Offer to the News. The News is in receipt of a pleasant letter from Joe Gruman, who is now located at Richardton. Joe says he has been playing Z~all there the past season and that they have had a hard hitting club, although like all other teams in this vicinity, they have their "'ups and l downs." Dr. Riesland, eye sight specialist, will be at the Golden Valley hotel Oct. 24 to 29. 49-tf Miss Linda Starbard of Billings stop- ped here to visit her friend, Miss Dolly Oas, Saturday night while enroute home from Detroit, Michigan. Miss alga Meyer began work in the Dickinson store on Friday. Miss Mary Jane Algulre, who has been employed there the past summer, returned to her studies at the Dickinson teachers col- lege this week. Richard Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Delo Logan, Gee. ~udera, Vera Helm and Mrs. E. F. Hasbrook were Olendive fair visitors last Saturday. NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FOal]- CLOSURE SA Lib;. INSTALL- MENTS ONLY Notice is hereby g'Iven that that certain mortgage executed and de- livered by Albert Gallus and Anna Gallus, husband and wife, mortgag- ors, to the Manager of The Bank of North Dakota. Mortgagee, dated the 9th day of April, 1930, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota on the 21st day of July 1930, and recorded in Book "18" of Mortgages at page 109 and duly assigned by said Mortgagee to the State Treasurer of North Dakota, and his successors in office, in trust, will be foreclosed by a sale of the ~remlses in ~uch mortgage and ereinafter described, at the front door of the Court House in the City of Beach. in the County of Golden Valley, and State of North Dakota at the ~hour of two o cl0f~l~,P~ M., on the 20th day of Sql~d~t~I)er 1938 to satisfy the amqlx~ due upon the past [nstalh~4~fffs of such mortgage on the d~0~. ~le, The premises dcseg~ In such mortgage and which will be sold to s~tisfy the in- ,~tallments due under the same are described as follows: Lots line (1), Two (2), Three {3), Six (6), Seven (7), l~]ight ISL Nine (O), ond Ten (10), Northeast Quarter of the Sonth- west Quarter (NE~4S~V~4) and Nor|hwest Quarter of the South- east Quarter ( NW ~4S~];/4) Of Section Six (6), Town, hip One Hundred l~'orty (140~ North of ]range One llundred Three (10"3) XVest, in (;olden Valley Coun- ty North Dake4a; There wlll be due on ~eh mort- ~age at the date of sale the sum of 502.55, together w;lth the statutory costs of foreclosure. The li~ of the portion of such mortgage here- by foreclosed Is inferior to th~ lien thereof for the residue o~ the amount secured by such: mort- gage. Dated August 6, 1938. JOHN GRAY, State Treasurer of North Dakota, as Trustee, A~signee of Mortgagee. Robert Birdzell, Attorney for Agent of Assignee, Bismarck, N. Dak. Note: Foreclosure being conducted with consent of owner to clear title. August 11-18-25 Sept. 1-8-15 DIRECTORY DR. V. G. MORRIS BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA Phones HOUSF~-56 OFFI~ GUY LEE ATTORNEY DR. LORNE R. FORBES Osteopathic PHYSICIAN AND SUROI~N General Practice Confinement Cas~ Varicose Veins - Hemorrhoids Office Phone 79 l~m. Phone ~9 KEOttANE & KUHFELD ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phone 13~ Beach, North Dakota DR. O. R. NIECE Dentist BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA I 1 Mile North and 1 Mile west of Beach ;I HU .,, 'E:IP'I, . 15 1 ,,, ' , ,'," I 1 roan cow, 4 years old, milking One 10-ft tandem disc 1 roan cow, 5 years old, milking 1 two row cultivator, John Deere I 1 roan cow, 6 years old, fresh 1 12-foot single disc harrow ~N 1 red cow, 7 years old, fresh 1 Viking cream separator I 1 red-white cow, 3 yrs, milking 1 feed grinder 3 sets harness I roan cow, 3 years old, milking 1 4-section harrow k; 1 red heifer, 1 year old 1 Deering hay rake 1 McCormick mower 2 red heifers, 5 moa~hs old 1 calf heil'e~,~ffi~onths old 1 bob sleigh 1 gang plow 1 bulLeatl. 4 months old 1 wagon with hox [t . ~~ifer calf, 4 months old 1 fanning mill 1 calf, 1 month old 1 Imperial grain drill 1 tank heater I wagon and rack HORSES-- 1 Allis Chalmers tractor 1 gray gelding, wt. 1200, 6 yrs 1 3-bottom LaCross plow Other Articles to Numerous to Mention TERMS: CASH I I II --- I WE CAN DO THE JOB THOROUGHLY COMMUNITY GARAGE (Opposite Golden Valley Hotel) Beach, N.D. Tel. 170 Res. 86-J Storage ! Auctioneers: Trollope & Howard Owner Clerk, P. J. Edkins