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SEPT. 15, THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS 1938 Feed Conserva- Auction! We will sell at public auction, timbers, scrap lumber, and kindling which is left from our recent b ild ng opera- tions. This sale will be held 5 2:30 Saturday, Sept. 17, at p.m. All martials will be sold for cash, and will besold in various sized lots. Beach Co-0perative Grain Co. Mr. and Mrs. George Bundren and daughter of Aberdeen, S. D., visited at the W. D. Bundren home in Carlyle and also in Glendlve the past week, re- turning to their home Tuesday. Among those from Beach who at- tended the Prestone meeting in Glen- dive Friffay night were Franklin Smith, Earnest Schmit, Alfred Oison, W. C. Schulz, Don Bringle, Albert Gilman Richard Halstead, Otto Wojahn, Henr WoJahn, Delo Logan, Elmer Hasbrook and Nick Xipolias. Beach young people attending the Dickinson Teachers college, beginning tion Stressed by last Monday, include Leo IZAldebrandt, Ileen Lyons, Mary Jane AlguLve, Al- bert Olhnan, Maurice Hardy, and Joe Niece. Mrs. Henry Bundren of~Fort Peck spent the weekend at the W. D. Bun- dren home. Miss Mary Kledroski left the first of the week for Columbus, Montana, ! where she will attend high school. WIn. Waldal of north of Sentinel Butte was a business caller in Beach FSA Director Proper conservation of available feed crops is of utmost Importance on ! North Dakota farms in view of present i crop conditions, said Walter J. Mad- dock, state Farm Security Adminis- tration director. He pointed out that rehabilitation loans made by the FSA have been based on farm plans design- ed to encourage building of livestock ad livestock product enterprises as of last week. I Sundav. Willie and Nellie Gifford called at] A fair sized crowd attended church the W. A. Campbell home on Wedncs-~services last Sunday when Rev. Moore day evening. Ipreached a very fine sermon. He was All of the past week was rainy with ~assisted by Harold Brown and Stine a real down pour on Wedr~sday. I Douglas of Beach. P. V. Moore camped, at the O:l]and dam while working there last week, (STATI'LMI-;NT Felt PUBI~ICATION) P.l';~'l'21i' !'S IN (;EN1,.~I:~Ai~ li'UND He lived in his ~ailer house. There were no church services at Trotters on Frilay evening as Bishop Warner was' una~Ie to be with us at that time .... The J..l~: Crook family were Sunday dinnep guests at the Ed Franklin home Mg.~ and Mrs. Ed Franklin were sup- per guests at the Bob Stevens home on f farm incm and to getl CO 18810N[R8' PRO away from too much dependence on cash gr~in crops. "It is imperative that all available food be conserved at this time to in- sure the development of an adequate livestock subsistence unit on every farm", Maddock said." Subsistence and foundatio livestock units must be es- tablished or re-established on every North Dakot~ farm if the farmers are going to be able to meet their present obligations and build for future se- curity. The value of farm diversifi- cation is more apparent now than ever before." The bulk of repayments on FSA loans are coming from farmers who have followed such diversification practices, Maddock said. He added that as a general thing the farmer with a good feed crop and some livestock to feed it to is "away ahead of the farmer who depended on a cash grain crop." Maddock said the Farm Security Administration field staff is stressing the conservation of feed in the form of silage as well as in other ways. Trench silos are proving their worth in many sections of the state. LOCALS b~aas. Robinson, Leo Halgh and Nick were Bismarck visitors Sun- tA week ago Sunday night a number ~friends gathered at the Barney ~lk home and very pleasantly sat- them, it being a house warming The evening was spent in play- cards and at midnight a dainty was served, after which the departed, wishing the Piesiks lots luck and happiness in their new Their daughter, Ruby, was here Bismarck for the event. and Mrs. :Barney Pieslk, and Kathryn Uetz were guests at the Carney home in Sentinel Butte on Nonpartisan Women's club met the home of Mrs. Barney Piesik Friday. ~r. and Mrs. Walt Dobert and of DiagOnal, Iowa, visited and Mrs. John Evans and Mr. TROTTERS Trotters community was weU repre- sented at the Sidney fair. I'm sure evry one enjoyed seeing the fine ex- hibits and the excellent afternoon and evening programs. The Trobters school opened on Sept, }th with an enrollment of four pupils, Miss Lorraine Walker is teaching the school again this year. Miss Hazel Vinquist will teach the Arvid or Nehls school this year, with an enrollment of four pupils. Mr. and Mrs. John bough a house in Beach/ and will move in soon, we unders~nd. Mrs Kledroski north of Sentinel I last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Ff~mklin and son I Elmer, and Cecil O~nley were Sunday e the past three weeks, leaving[ -- -[guests at the Richard Moore ranch on ~heir home Friday. Mrs. Dobert t & a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Evans.! PLEASANT VALLEY ~sept. 4th. ~4x. and Mrs. Scott Secora and faro- [ - [ Mr and Mrs. F. ~,' Johnson were returned to Jardine, Montana, af-I M;. and Mrs, G.E. Schallock andIcallers at the J. F] Crook! home Sun- S? I~fl:as~2t ~rts h~eaWithF:~erP.ar'tfaily moved into Beach Tuesday to day and again on Tuesday. Due to rainy weather ~nere was no ~ednesdav mornin~ Mr ~n~ r~,o Imake their future home. They will meeting of the South ide Aid last er Zook left for California The ~ I be greatly missed in ~he neighborhood Wednesday. F intend to s--n ....... re land we are sorry to lose such good ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT to get in ~ct~TnE p,~ u me wm~er, as is'nei-hbors ,o),{t..9~t/rt [ ~ on ht $1.50 special subscription offer Hurley and son Michael . C/if holomew ~nd G. E,. to the News. This isyour ia~ cbanee Davenport, Iowa, arrived here Frl- SchalloCk ~all~ at G. E. R/chmond s --don't pass it up noWt night for ~ visit with her parents, Tuesday ~in~. o, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Johnson clean- and Mrs. Theo Tobias Mr. Fred Kanl~erg had two h0~ses ed the Arvid school house on Monday. Iday Mr. and ~t~rs. G. ~humacker struck by lightning in his paStur~ on Ed Wentland has been giving the tn- ~amily left for St. Michael, Minn- 1 Wednesday mo~ing. L terior of the building a coat of Kal- where they plan to make their~ Mr. and Mr~f. Chas. Slocomb q~lled somine, home. These folks hsve farmed at O. H. Moes ~esday. . . ~ _ Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wentland and Frank (~lva vicinity for many vears l Burton Kuk~wski callea a~ ~. ~:. Nehls met at the J. E. Metcalf home ..... ;~ one evening last week for ~ school have a host of friends who deeply iRichmnd s Thursday. /. to see them leave but wish' Mr. Robert Jongeward was ,a supper meeting. every good fortune ~ their new guest at Chas. Slocon~b's T~esday. Cecil Omley was on the sick list part NOTICE FOR BIDS The School Board of Lower Valley School District No. 16 will receive bids for furnishing and delivering coal for the school year ;o~ 1938-1939 to the Herr, Cripps a~)d Haigh school bins to be filled earl~ in tl~e fall and again about Janua#y 1st. Approximately 30 t~ns will be need- ed. Bids will be opened a~ a meet- lg of the school board at .the office of the clerk at 8 p. m. oa Sept. 20, 1938. The Board reserves the right to reject any and all bids. By order of the school board of Lower Valley School Dist. No. 16. J. B, Bosserman (STATEMENT FOR PUBLICATION) RECEIPTS IN GENERAL FUND A, Cash in General Fund (in hanus of District Treas- urer and excluding Sink- ing Fund) July 1, 1937 .... 925.08 ~. Total amount re- ceived during year from apportionment State Tuition Funds 40.83 2. Total amount re- ceived during year from apportionment of Coun'. y Tuition fund .......................... 40.84 3. Amount received during year from State Equalization fund .................... 73.80 5. Amount received during year from taxes levied by ~)is- trict School Board 682.73 6. Amount received during year from other Bevenue Be- ceipts (Total of a, b, c and d ) ............ $.72 d. Penalty and In- SAVE George Gardner of Milwaukee, who has been visiting in and Medora the past couple of arrived in Beach the first of Week to visit relatives and other for a few days. A, M. Doerner is back at home after 'a recent operation a: the and is reported as com- Mong very nicely. ~. Theopolis Kunick entertained 25 small children on Friday, 2, 'at her home, in honor of her Theresa Arms sixth birthday. were played and a delicious was enjoyed. and Mrs. D. Ambrose of Minn- are visiting her sister, Mrs. J. Clerk. If[DINGS State of North Dakota) ) ss County of Golden Valley) August 23rd, 1938, 9:00 A. M. The Board of Coun.ty Commissioners met pursuant to adjournment with all members prevent. Final payment being made by C. G. Johnson to Lots 1, 2, 3 and 4 in Block 23, Original Townsite of Gol- va, tax deed was issued and signed by the Board. George Osterhou't appeared befor~ the Board in regard to payment for additional Road Right of VCay for highway No. 10. The Board advised him to "get the exact acreage being used for right of way from the Highway Department. Chas. AIlen appeared before the Board in regard to renting and re- pairing county building on Lot 6, Block 4, in Orlginal Townsite of Beach. The Board agreed to lease the building for one year free rent for the repairing, Chas, Allen to furnish all material. The following appeared before the BOard for hearing objections to a petition on file for separating Townships 144 and 143, range 103, from Sentinel Butte School District and annexing to Pearl School Dis- trict. Ralph Mosser, W. A. Camp- bell, A. M. Flanagan and Herman Dtetz. No objection being made. RESOLUTION Commissioner Wosepka offered the following resolution and moved its adoption: WHEREAS, a petition signed by 1~.alph Mosser and others was here- tofore filed with this Board asking that Townships One Hundred and Forty-three and One Hundred and Forty-four, Range One Hundred and Three, :be ~egregated from Sentinel Butte School Dltrtct and annexed to Pearl School District, and~ WHNREAS, representatives from Pearl School District Joined in said request by appearance before this Board. and~ WHEREAS, this 23rd day of Aug- ust, 1938, was fixed by this boar}] for hearing objections to said pe- tition, and there being no appear- ance by Sentinel Butte School Dis- trlct, and no objections filed here- In-- It is ordered that the above de- teres~ ............ $8.72 9. Miscellaneaus re- ceipts ................ 3.10 B. Total amount reoTved by Sctiool Treasurer dur- ing the year (Total of items 1 to9 lnclusive$850.42 850.42 C. Grand Total amount re- ceived by Schooi District Treasurer including cash on band (Item A and item B) .................................. 1775.50 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amounts Paid Due4ng Year for the Following P~rpoq~s t 1. General Control. (School officers ~al- aries $30.89;) ........... 3~.89 2. Instructional Ser-~. vice. tTeachers sal-k aries $517.80; Sup- !~lies. $6.92; Teach- ers' Retirements,~I4 fund. $10.00 ............... 72 3. Auxiliary Agen- cies. Transporta- tion $164.10; Tui- i tion $104.10 ............. 2~8.20 4. Operation of plant. (Fuel $38.00; Light water, etc. $5.00; wages. $5.00: SUp-/ plies $1.26 ............. u, 49.26 5. Maintenance o$ Plant (Includes ul~- keep and repa'irs/.... 4.59 6. Fixed char~es. ~lncludes insurance rents, etc ............... 64.19 D. Total Amount Paid Dur- ing School Year by Dis- trict Treasurer ................... 951.85 GRAND TOTAL BALANCES e]rand Total Receipts .............. $1775.50 Grand Total Expenditures .... 951.85 Grand Total Cash on Hand both funds June 30, 1938 823.65 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Golden Valley, ss. Henry School District No. 12 I do solemnly swear thai to the b,~st of my k~ow]edge and be'Aef the within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by me as School Treasurer. MARTHA KAMM]~RER Treasurer of Henry School Dtstrtct No. 12 Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July 1$~. HERMA~ F. DIETZ, Co. Supt. of Schools. I~l'l~an have -scribed townships be and are sep- arated from Sentinel Butte School I~strict and annexed to Pearl School District. The motion was seconded by Com- missioner Tescher and upon being put to a vote all commissioners voted "aye" and the motion was de- clared carried and resolution adopt- ed. The foll0wing bills were audited, approved and ordered paid by the Board of County Commissioners, subject to personal property taxes due and delinquent: The Globe-Gazette Printing Co., supplies ........................ 1.31 Stark County, telephone ser- vice ......................................... 98 Dr. M. W. Lyons, for Emma Jane Herr case ................ 5,00 Dr. Parrett, for insanity meating ................................ 5,00 Allle R. Dlckson, transpor- tation for Ben Lechler, Jr ............................................ 10.00 Herman F. Diet= mileage 30.87 Lola Alton, by order of Al- bert Janze, salary suppe- ment for Julr 20.00 E. F. Hasbrool~, "meais'"for Jurors .................................... 6.63 %Valter McMahon, for type- writer for Register of Deeds .................................. 72.84 Wall Drug Co., supplies for school clinic ........................ 4.22 Addressograph Sales Agency addre~usograph plates ........ 13.86 Knight Printing Co. sup- plies ...................................... 34.53 Security- Envelope Co., sup- plies ........................................... 7.11 ~entinel Butte Farmers El- evator, supplies for grad- er ........................................... 8.16 Donald Kittleson, operating tractor . ................................. 99.85 C.G. Johnson, operating grader .................................... 142.00 Beach Creamery Co., by or- der of D. M! Howie~ op- atlng patrol 12.09 Logan Auto Serv'ice?"b'y"~=-' der of D. M. Howie,w~per- atlng patrol ..... .,~ ............... 11.78 Farmers & MerfA~nts Bank by order 9~.~. M. Howie." operating patrol ................ 10.25 D. M. Howie. operating pa- u-el ................................... ~ 88.81 Louie Hovland. operating tractor ................................ 138.60 G. H. Wassman. operating patrol .................................... 9~.45 A F. Wosepka, operating grader .................................. 138.60 Chas. Purr]s, for tire and repair on patrol ............... 48.79 Alvin Feragen, for repair work ..................................... 8.50 H. B. Lovell Imp. Co., re-.. pairs ...................................... \ $.5 Northwestern Sheet & Iren Works, for fresno bi~'de ~ 12.29 The Texas Co., ass ............ [ ~01.78 Sorensen's Mach lr~e Shop, t repair work .... -3 ................. t 6.76 Farmers Union 3il Co., t for ga.~ and oil ................... |45.69 Northwestern Shee & Iron | repairs ................................. | 1.81 Northwestern Sheet & Iron repairs ................................... 74.04 Golden Valley Lumter Yard lumber andfencin : ............ 237.~1 Beach Hospital, wa er used in building count build- Ing .......................................... 14.11 Ole Thorson, for use of pickup .................................... 3.00 F. D. Splegelberg, for use of cement mixer ................ 13.50 Sorensen's Machine Shop, for repair work ................ 22.67 Logan Auto Service, repair work ..................................... 9.22 C. H. Clark, repair work 3.95 Mrs. Enola Linger, for Lot 2, Block 8. Hunter's 1st 1]0.00 R. C. Boehlke, for hauling bridge lumber .................... 14.00 F. D. Halgb, for use of trac- tor mixing poison ............ 10.75 S. E. Schmitz, mixing hop- per pnison ............................ 58.40 George R. Wosepka, unload- in sawdust 43.55 Public Welfare "B'oardof"N: D.. old age assistance .... 67.43 Public Welfare Board of N. D., for aid to dependent children ................................ 22.00 Northwestern Sanitary Sup- ply House, supplies for janitor .................................... 15,00 Golden Valley News, print- ing ......................................... 601.47 Hanson Lumber Co. sup~)lies 7.45 Lewis Odland, commission- er's service ........................ 5,85 M. C. Tescher, commission- er's service ........................ 16.38 T. A Wo~: pka. commission- er's serv:ce ......................... 7.94 5:30 p. m. The Board adjourned to me'et October 4, 1938. Slffned LEWIS O DLAND, Chalrrnsn of the ~oard of CnU~ty Commtaslnners. Golden V~|ley Couaty, North I)akot~ Attest: G~nnle Smith. untY Audltor. THOSE in the city. They arrived on , COUPONS! In "3 d " P the near future0tt bread{ ra - pers w,l .e ntam a 0upon WATfl FOR THEM{ Teach the chir ren to save. Our coupons are )v0rth a half cent in cash Our gread Toasts - Made from the finest ingredients SUN LITE BAKERY , NO. DAK. PHONE 118 A, C~I~ i~ G,.n(ral Fund (in hands of District Treas- urer and excluding Sink- ing Fuud) July 1, 1937 1156.98 1. Total arnoullt re- ceiw~d during year fr(,m aPl)ortiunment State Tuition Fund 10S.69 2. Total atuount re- ceived dDr}ng year from apportionment of County Tuition Fund ....................... 109.03 3. Amount received during year from State Equalization Fund (Total of a, b sod c) ................ 236.40 5. Amount received during year from taxes levied by Dis- trict School Board 1487.99 6. Amount received during year from other Revenue Re- ceipts (Total of a, b: c, and d) ............ 36.19 Tuition from other direc- tors 22.40 d. Penalty and interest 13.79 9. Amount received other receipts ........ 20.00 B. Total amount received by SchooI Treasurer dur- ing the year (Total of items 1 to 9 inclusive) 1998,30 C. Grand Total amount re- ceived by School District Treasurer including cash on hand (Item A and Item B) ............................... 3155,28 EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND Amount~ Pnid During Year for the Followiag Purposea: 1. General Control. (School officers sal- aries $99.84; expen- ses $1.00) ................ 100.84 2. Instructional Ser- vice. (Teachers sal- aries $1815.20; text books $10.38; sup- plies $33.63; Teach- ers Retirement Fund Fund $24.80) ........ 1890.01 3. Auxiliary Agen- cies. (Transporta- tion $92.30; miaeell- aneous $20.00) .... 112.30 4. Operation of plant. (Fuel $63.24; light, water, etc. $13.50) 76.74 5. Maintenance of plant. (Repairs to buildings $141.24; upkeep of grounds $22.88) .................... 164.12 6. Fixed charges. (Insurance $4.79; miscellaneous $9,55) 14.34 D. Total Amount Paid Dur- ing School Year by Dis- trict School Treasurer 2358.35 RECEIPTS AND EXPEN~)ITURES IN SINKING AND INTEREST FUND Receipts ................................... 1006.37 Expenditures ................... . .......... None GRAND TOTAL BALANCES Grand Total Receipts ......... 4161.65 (]rand Total Expenditures .. 2358.35 Grand Total Cash on Hand both funds June 30, 1938 1803.30 STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA, County of Golden Valley, ss. Saddle Butte School District No. 1 I do solemnly swear that to the best of my knowledge and belief the within is a true and correct report of all moneys received and pald out by me as School Treasurer. MRS. ISABEL UECKERT, Treasurer of Saddle Butte Butte School District No. 1. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 12th day of July, 1938. GLENN H. HATHAWAY. CiIY COUNCIL PRO- C[[DINGS Regular Meeting, A~t 1st, 1988 A regular session of the City Council of the City of Beach, No. Dak.. was held on August 1st, 1938. Mem'bers present were Mayor H. H, Halstead and Aldermen John Brown, T. L. Dickinson, R, W. Johnson, M. P. Lovgren, H. R. Thompson and W. H. WoodhulL" The minutes of the regular meet- ing of Ju}y 5th ann of a special meeting o~ July 15th were read. Moved by, Brown and seconded by Thompson that the minutes be ap- proved a~ read. Motion earrie~d. The following bills were~,ead and considered: F. O, Mallex~'~ Co., Con- tract for painting ~d repairing water tank, $335fl~r'plus extra work, $1~5.00; Phll!~ Roofing Co., re- pairing r~iron City Hall, $65.00; Earl Jones, janitor work, $2.50; Golden Valley News, publishing pro- ceedings and notices, $25.70; Letter heads, $3.,~;3; Jack Lyons, life guard, $26.0," .Jol n~on Motor Co ,(fertilizer for [;ark $5.78; Julius.~Anderson fencing at dam,~$25.00; Mi I~. ~Valker~ meals for transients, /$1.0~; James Kelly, caretake~ at ~ump~grounds, $28.(10; H. H. H~lste~d, exl~enses to Miles Ci'ty. $6.S1~; N. ,'%V. t.h,lI Tel. Co,, lncal service, $[L65; O. ~l|lhertson, office rent. $25.p0; C. O. H~glvors,m, Salary, $,t0.00; ~'lerk hlreJ $10.00; offle~, sUr~I)lies, ~ $.50; H. XV~ Blair, agt. $7.5~; re~t of site for fire siren, 6 roonth~, $7.50; Delo Logan str ng nf ights. $10.00; L. J. Erick- son. $~5.00; Special phi]co: Chas. Laop. Stre,,t ork.; $3.00: V. tI %Vood- hull, mreet worlL $22.50: The Texas CO.. o:l f