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Beach, North Dakota
September 27, 1934     Golden Valley News
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f i o THURSDAY, SEPTEMI:IER 27, 193~ GARNER Mrs~ Collis, Mrs. T. Vleiand's mo- ther, is very sick at the Vleland home. Mr, and Mrs. Ed, Sheen and son George were supper guests at the A. M. Peterson home Sunday. Tom Wosepka delivered some cat- tie at Sentinel Butte Monday which he had sold to the government. Among these was a cow that ap- preciated the good treatment she had had all her life for she return- ed to the Wosepka farm Tuesday. A. J. Howle helped T. Vieland with his corn fodder Wednesday. Mrs. Harry Wassmann and Mrs. H. P. Crossman attended the Alpha Ladies' Aid at Mrs. Gloyd Bury's home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wosepka and son Edward and Adelbert Howle were dinner guests at Mrs. Shoen's Sunshine day. Mrs. Strahon and Mrs. Peterson were Beach shoppers Friday. The auction at Nick Schillo's farm Tuesday was well attended and undoubtedly was a financial success. Friends of Mrs. George Oldis, who were fortunate enough to get an in- vitation to a crazy quilt luncheon at her home last Tuesday will never " forget the enjoyment of the after- noon. Mrs. Oldie and mother and sister are surely good entertainers. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kremers were callers at the Nick Schillo home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Nistler and children and Mr. and Mrs. Dell Howie were supper guests at the Tom Wosepka home Tuesday. Laura Strahon who had a herd of over a hundred head of cattle, sold nearly all but her milk cows this fall and has bought 35 head of full- blooded Herefords. A large crowd fro~ vlc~t.~ took advantagefl~ot~ooking su~ per at home~irsday evening an( visited the~aell at Golvaiwhere the Golva Stamina society Was serving supper.z~/ I ~meling h.e!pe, d s .ponsot a bri~l sho~er/~r Violet Weinre~, whila was h~lC'at[the Madison l'~li la/C~Iva~ S~urd~y afternoon./ A latfge crewel respo~lded tofl'nvit~ions a~d brought nu~ero//m'~llan- e~lls presents. ~'l~ere W.~ any- -tha~ w~ ~t ~ the )~bllection tlae writer[ cannot think 9 i~ now. Mr. and! Mrs. Georg /Oldis, Mrs. I ~m. MelWanigal and/eheir mother, I vi~ted at the hovg~ of Mr. Oldis'] imel~l~y and fa_~a~y near the river I after iY~ the Sunshine meet-I lng at Mrs. Shoen's Wednesday. t Mrs. Joe Lemire became very ill ~Wednesday and was taken to Dick- lason where she will remain for a while. Howie gave a dance at Alpha hall Friday evening. It .had been planned by the Lemlres. Leslie Wassmann is helping at the farm with their corn gather- lag and potato digging. Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Grossman were guests Sunday at the Harry home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wehrman were ~inner guests at the John Tschida home Sunday evening. Morris Hogoboom had the misfor- tune to break a frorrt spring in his ",car Monday morning when he was bringing his sister Dorotlly to her ~chool. Lewie Hovland hauled two loads of coal from the Runion mine on Wednesday, which means about 11 ~t;ons. Drouth conditions of growth dur- /ng the past season in North DakO- ta have caused the development and etention of greater quantifies of Mae substance in cane sorghums Which produces prttssio acid. For reason, sorghum fodder should Ibe dried thoroughly before it is fed to llvestoek. Considerable root rot in barley ~eveloped this year because of the blight~seased seed that was sown, ~r because the soft already was in- tooted with the disease. Crop rota- tion and the use of disease-free seed ~re recommended to prevent trouble ~ext year. A little blacl~trap or beet molas- on wheat straw or other low emergency feed is like a poon~ul of sugar on a bowl of per- It will do wonders in en- livestock to eat unpalat- feeds. cow in milk requires 100 pounds or 12.5 gallons of a day. This is about three or times as much as a dry cow Milk cows should be water- at least twice a day. ~lack stem rust is an example of parasite thatrequires "al- hosts for its yearly devel- In the case of this rust disease must spend most of each on grain plants and grasses remainder on the leaves of common barberry bushes. Detemin~tion of the livestock feed of farmers of the state winter is being made , county under the direction agents. The be furnished to t~e as a basis for Its live- feed program, SECOND FOREIGNER 1"O WIN U. S. TENNIS TITLE TWICE-Fred Perry of Eng. land (at right) and rumler-up Wilm~" AUleon. FOLLOWERS of Admiral Byrd's recent timely reti~f at his solitary hut I:~ mllec south cf Little America now can obtain reproductions of this new etching of the Expedi. tlon~s leader. Announce. ments of the offer are made during the r~i~lar Wednesday night I)~ad. a8t~ over network, to and from the Antaretle. Etching Is by Walter Tittle, noted New - York artist, insets show H. Waits, Jr.; (left) radio operator, and Pete Demas, tractor driver of relief party. "Sightseer8 view wreck of 8. 8. Morro C;~stle off the ~hora at ,embm~ Park. N. J. ALPHA (Edna Wassmann, Reporter) Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Irons and son Warren left last Wednesday for points in Iowa visiting relatives. Leslie Wessmann is working for H. A. Bury. Robert Carew, who is with the CCC's is visiting at home for a few days before leaving for Missouri. where the CCC boys expect to spend the winter. A. J. Ziebarth took the school girls back to Beach Sunday afternoon. A number of the ladies of the Al- pha community attended a delicious 1:30 luncheon given by Mrs. George Oldis. A very interesting afternoon was spent. Ladies aid met with Mxs. Irene Bury, a large crowd was in atten- dance and s delicious lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be at tke home of Mrs. John Bosscrman, dinner instead of lunch will be served. A fair sized crowd attended the dance at the Alpha hall last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Irons and~ son Jimmy and the Mitres Nellie and IAllian Irons @ere dinner~gue~ THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE GUARDSMEN ROUT TEXTILE STRIKERS --Workers on the before the onslaught of National .Guardsmen INDUSTRIAL LEADER AC- CLAIMED--Col. Wood F. Axton, noted Kentucky capitalist and advocate of new deal for work- / ~r~, Who says capital has had / ~'to much take out" in business ! alld that labor should have more PurChasing power. Axton al~o favors the tobacco I~roceulng taxes as to farmers. program at Golva last Thursday Jerry Kouba and Clemence Knopp brought the school children home from Sentinel Butte last Friday night. Clemenee took the children back Sunday. A few from Alpha attended the shower given Visa Violet Weinreis at Golva. Elmer and Edward Kouba were Saturday morning callers at the A. F. Irons home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thomas and" family of Belfield are visiting rela- tives in the Alpha community. It look~ like snow, better get your coal up, Andrew Koehler and Fritz Fasoh- lng sold cattle to Jack Ballard, they delivered the cattle to Carlyle last Thursday. LOUIS ~aopp is ~/x/n~ up his GAY OLD DOG--A world famous dog entertains two charming visitors. By mean8 of an ingenious elsctro-mecha~ JCal arrangement this dog actually talks tO anyone who whistles at it The whistling 8ound Is picked up by concealed microphone which sets s special phonograph record in motion. Nipper then moves hie head, wlggle~ " Ms earn, and*telke back In a deep r baSS voice. ~'~ knock gasoline. Beach High School News ..... At a senior class meeting Monday afternoon a decision was made to postpone the semor party for the juniors until October 26th in order to provide, we hope, a better party. Rather tough luck seems to follow Clarence Knezevich's football ca- reer. As he was hurt rather badl3~ on Friday, he will have to be with- drawn from the game for quite some time. The'total enrollmen~ of the high school is now 179. Betty Hougen en- rolled last week and Ruby Wallets this. At a freshman class meeting Betty Miller was elected president, George Dailey, vice president and Dorothy Noyes, secretary. Mrs. Perlcle and at hie Andrew Kohler home on ~un- While starting th~ car last Friday dan~e, Maurice He- day. evening at the There will be a benefit deuce giv-j~oboo.m's car caugh~ fire. The boys en at the Alpha hall on (~tober th~ were zept busy throwing dirt on the - ~--- bed" come / / I flame to put the ~ire out 6tla. -.=,~ ~ ~IS i ' Art White had the fortune,f] People visit rig/Beach this week " " o-- last wee]t "*d were tar. anct ~s. Bame Ed. Elde, losing a c w ~. " i e r ire, Alberta Daisy Wassmann ~d Vio~t .Fas-~ Wh t~ ,.,,~r_t ~P~. ching and children/were D~smess i2arv~ei ana j~. t~nerm~ and faro- callers in Beach SaCs'day. ~ , I~ / John Knopp purchased a knewI Some of~_e__ch.ildren of the Alpha Ford V-8. Jerry K~uba brought it ~ district .~fe nursing sore arms due from So~lth Dakota.Vr. t tO vac~tion. out for him faro\,~are also ~-[~. and Knopp and his .m~ ~lso - and Mrs. Nell Hogoboom and radio. ~nd Mrs. Byron Hogoboom and joying a new a~e'~d--e~d"an~d~ Several from here mn Bobby were Saturday over night hard time sunshine supper guests of Mile Hogoboon~ house on the Phelan place. Lauis expects to make his home there this winter. Andrew Koehler got a load of freight from R. L. Johnston. Mr. G~onning went to Golva with An- drew~/~d~rom there went to Be~ch. Mrs. Hogoboom and Mastics call- ed at the Irons ~me last Monday evening. | ======================== BONNU VIEW "Mary McCaske~, Re~orter Bernard, Frar~ and Virgil Bratfon have enrolled as pupils at the Bon- nie View school and have been at- tending since la~ week. Mrs. Natalie Adamson spent last week at the home of her sister, Mrs. Lisle Baker. while Mr. Baker was on a trip to Billings and other western points. B. J. McDanold and Anion Hu- decek made ffi trip to Beach Mon- day, where Mr. Hudeeek visited his wife, who is a patlent at the Beach hospital. Mr. William Bradon, who went to Bismarck about a week ago, was operated on for gallstones at the hospital there, last week, and recent reports were to the effect that he had passed through the operation successfully, and is recovering as well as can be expected at present. Mr. and Mrs. Bill ZlnslI, who have been residents on~e~"1~[k~R~gers farm, since !it~fall, moved /~om there abotWa ~rWecmekrlavgO~ctcO~e~a~n near,Beach, formerly occupied Kenneth Stout and family. ~Harry Hill has been on the sic ~st with an track of the flu, sin~ ~last week. ~ ,, ~ " / Clifford ~ joker re~rned to ~l~i home receff~l i~ten~ t~e west w2~ier he h~en~ ~ost d~the pas~um meir/ A~pr, sknt, 1Ire is aj~t~ndinl hig~ sch~l ~ ]~each. // Rbbert ~Mo ri~, who ~nakes his home wit~ t ~e~Alv~Rankin fam- ily had tl~e ~ ~is~ofl~me to run into the ditch with~A~IS car, when he lost control 0$A~, near the Roy McCas- k~Ta?In. Friday morning, causing it to upset He escaped uninjured, although the car was somewhat wrecked. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ayers, Bennle Brown, Mrs. Roy McCaakey and daughter, Mary, called at the R. Slaby home Tuesday evening, to see Mr. Slaby, Who has been ill for sometime past. Lydia Dunder, Marion, Robert and Raymond Schauer, Ceell/a and Joe McCaskey spent the week end at their respective homes. B. J. McDanold and A. F. Doblar were callers at the Harry Hill home Sunday afternoon. Cocaine From Shrub Cocaine, the pernicious drug, is obtained from a low-growing shrub, the vivid green leaves of which are gathered and dried in the sun, Just as tea leaves are. Bromine. Bromine Is the only liquid non- metallic chemical element It is used in large amounts In photogra- phy, medicine and in the manufac- ture of tear gases. Use has been found for it In the making of anti- The Alpha school sponsored its first birthday party this year. Alice Sherman was the first birthday child, being nine years old last Fri- day. Thos. Gamroth purchased a model T Ford of Art White. Leslie Wassmann spent Sunday with his mother Daisy Wassmann. Mrs. Herbert Carmichel and daughter spent a few days at the Henry Oisen home last week. Miss Lorena Hurd and Miss Thee- dora Maanum spent the week end with their folks at Golva. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carmichel and Mr. and Mrs. Har~)ld Oldie spent last Sunday with their PaIents at Ollle. John Howard spent Sunday with his folks. Irvin Jendro also spout Sunday at the Elmer Howard home. Miss Hudson were elected advisers, Beach High school's series of ly- ceum programs will begin Monday, October 8, with Jane Dudley, violin- ist, accompanied by Adelaide Pease, appearing at I0 a. m. The purpose of the school is not to make money on these programs, but simply to produce them for the enjoyment and education of the listeners. A charge of only five cents will be made for students and fifteen cents for adults. Everyone is welcome. The new Student Cry will'be issu- ed in about two weeks. It is to be a mimeographed newspaper produc- ed by high school students, Ml~ West will take charge of the con tents of the paper while Mr. Hal- vorson will supervise the physical makeup, taking charge of mimeo- graphing, tyPing, etc. The entire staff of the paper has not been an- nounced as yet. The only appoint- merits made are Donald West, editor in chief and Olive Meyer, a~ociate editor. Mr. McCurdy of Fargo, Executive Secretary of the North Dakota State Educational association, and Mr. H. W. Pearson, secretary of the south- west district conferred with Miss Jahr recentlY about the Educational association meeting which will take place October 11-12 at Diokinson. Miss Jahr is president of the south-~ west district of the North Dakota Educationa association. Sevral plays have been ordered for the consideration of the Junior class. The ~irst meeting of the Playmak- er's club will be held Monday, Octo- ber first, the sixth period. NATION IS TURNED UPSIDE DOWN IN 4 YEARS' T~M~ Kansas City, Sept. 14.~An Amer- ica turned upside down in the short space of four years is the way Ar- thur M. Hyde, former secretary of agriculture, described the nation of today. Addressing members of the Delta. Upsilon fraternity at a dinner last night, Mr. Hyde said: "Nothing we believed in a few years ago is now held to be valid. "We used to think it honorable to pay debts; now it is smart to beat them. "We used to think every man had the responsibility to take care of himself; but now we:think it is a 'public problem. Growth of Human Hair The human hair grows only about six inches a year. IN THE CHURCHES UNITED LUTHERAN ~H Sunday, Sept. 3th. Sunday school, 10 a. m. Luther League social at the J. O. Ran~t~l home~ CARLYI~-- Worship, 11:30 a. m~ OLLIE-- Worship, 2:30 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH "The Friendly Church" Rev. C. G. Ellinffer, Pastor 10 a. m. Church school. II a. m. Morning worship. An- niversary service. The pastor will have completed three years of serv- ice with the local church. Special music by the choir. Thursday 7:30 p. m. choir practice. SENTINEL BUTTE-- 10 a. m. Church school. 2:15 p. m. Church worship. An- niversary service. ORDER OF MASSES St. John's Church, Beach, N. D. 1st Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 10:30 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 4th Sunday, 10:30 a. m. St. Michael's, Sentinel Butte, N. D. let Sunday, 10:30 a. m, ~nd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 10:30 a. m. 4th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. Wm. Fred Hake, Pastor. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH W. B. Nelson, l~mter 10:15 a. m. Un}fied service fo wor- ship and Sunday school report of delegate and setting objective for the new year. T p. m. Christian Endeavor, Homer Douglas, leadre. 8 p. m. Evening worship, sermon by the pastor. 3 p. m. Service at Trotters. Postmasters Report Quarterly Postmasters are charged with the value of all postage stamps issued to them. and are required to ac- count for all funds received in con- nection with sale thereof ~o the pub- llc. At t~e close of each quarter, the postmaster renders a showing the amount of funds celved from the sale of stamps during the designated p~- sled, together with the disposition of the accumulated revenue. Few Become Generals Only nine men have held the rank of general in the United States army. WOULD yIOUR TIRES YOU IN TIME.? - - - GOODYEAR ALL-WEATHER 43% Lon~erNon- Skid No Extra Cost. DOUBLY GUARANTEED I. A~ainst road. hazards. 2. Against defects for life. HOW! THE HEW -TY PE "H" GOODYEAR ALL-WEATHER TRUCK BALLOON Designed for fastlover-the- hlghway service on trucks and trailers. Now you can expect sensational-results. Phone for salesman. GOODYEAR SPEEDWAY Built with Super- twist Cord. A llfe- time guzranteed Goodyeat~fuil over- eize--with Center Traction for quick stops and tough thick tread for long mileage. Value you get because Good year Dealers sell the ~nost tires~by .n~uonsz 4.50 - 20 4.~fi - 19 r~.40 $~.~0 4.50- 21 5.~ ;:9 $~0 ~dCeS lalb|ect to chanl~e without notice. State Sales Tax, if any, additional. W. C. SCHULZ, Agent PHONE 74--We Come--On the Run Beack N.D. A number of the Westerheim school owing to the tame arms ed from being vaccinated recenlfly, Gem "~dght and Dan Morrk are hauling straw from the Tom son farm this week. Harry Lowman is breaking saddle horses for Gee. Cart. Gee. Coyle, Ernest Chesley Dan Morris were Beach and Se~t- tinel Butte calIem Wedaeeday. Mr= and Mrs. Otto Will have thet~ house about inclosed and will flalah the interior soon. They will move their other buildings month, so they the winter T~v- John R. have been b~ the past week hauling reck for t~ graded road between Divide and Elk creek townships. Mr. and Mrs. David Dietz wmre callers at the J. E. Cook home S~m- day. Mrs. Mat. Brown called on her friend, Mrs. Ed. Carney, last Ttte~ day. Arthur Anderson, the aale~z~ for the Watklus Co., was a caile~ our community last Tuesday. Ernest Osterhout of near was a visl~r in our ne~ex~ last Saturday and Sunday. Cattle inspector, Mr. Cook, Slope county called in the We~t~, helm. ViCinity Monday. WHY 'FLU' KII.I.EO a~old 4bur own needs portant that after. Eby's Skldding--cause of 5% t~mes more accidents than blowouts--becomes more dangerous as winter approaches. For quickest stops buy "G.Y' averting an acctden~ stop big reason wb~ more peopla buy Goodyears than net have this margin of safety on your car ~o~ Prepare Your Car For Winter Driving NOW PRESTON