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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 28, 1950     Golden Valley News
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PAGE SIX r WDLE CLUB TO HOLD J~q~CX MEET SUNDAY Anyone interested in races ~Wtd horses is eligible to enter & face meet Sunday, October 1, ItS the fair grounds, beginning at S p, m. The event will be span- rand by the Saddle club, which Will serve a chuck wagon feed to h members and their guests ~Rer the race. ltttuma To Casseltoss-- ~,r. and Mrs. Jve Weber re- Stinted Sunday to their home in CUselton, N. D.. after a three. weeks visR wlth her parents, Mr. ai%d Mrs. L H. Kukowski, sr. THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. I Purchmm New Cars-- I Plays Orgem At Molb-- Those purchasing new cars re-I Rev. and Mrs. G. Hinz drove cer~ly from the Schulz Chevrolet to Matt Wednesday, where she Co., are Mike Kramer, a Style- was soloist at the Wurlitzer or- line Chev. 2-door special sedan, I gan in the new Evangelical Gerald Curl, Golva, a Fleefline'Lutheran church there. The or- gan program was sponsored by the Dickinson Music shop. ]i , i Chev. deluxe 4-door sedan, Vie-I tar Feragen, Carlyle, Mont., a' Chev. sport coupe, John Trotters, Trotters. Siyleline Chev. special 4-door sedan, and Frank C. Bares. a Chev. 4-door Styleline deluxe sedan. Royal Neighl~rs To Meet--- Mrs. Floyd Houck wiil be host- ess to the Royal Neighbors at their regular meeting Wednes- day afternoon, October 4. Stacks , 29 ft. wlth pushoff Tilt and lift at same time. ,' ! vithout stopping Ce One Model Fits All Popular Tractors No cables to slip or break SON Beach, North Dakota Auto Deo/ers Meet-- Most of the automobile deal- ers in Beach and nearby towns met in Bismarck this Monday morning for their annual con- vention of their state association at the Patterson hotel. A banquet was held Monday evening, with George Bowie of the Firestone Tire and Rubber Co. of Akron, Ohio. as special ~peaker, Edgar Berg, toast- master, and Cal Culver, master of ceremonies. Tuesday was de- voted to dealers and their vari- ous problems, and they were given some helpful hints by some of the biggest names in the automotive industry. Prevent Common Colds AVAILABLE AT Sleight's City Drug Beach, N. Dak. n . i k Will sell the following described property located on East end of city limits of Sentinel Butte, North Dakota on 1:00 TERMS: CASH 30, 1950 Tract of 60 acres land joining city limits; 40 acres un- der cultivation; 20 acres pasture; Basement Barn size 18 x 38; with leanto 22 x 18; with 1-3 city block. 1 De Laval milking machine, 2 units in good condition 1-4 Acre Potatoes to be dug 450 Bales good Wild Oats and Wheat Hay -- 200 Bales Prairie Hay Mil- let Hay, 10 Acres in Shock. 2 doz. Pullets -- 1 Wagon and Rack 1 Iron Wagon 2 - 2 Wheel Trailers Some Household Goods IV STOC 1 - Red Cow 7 yrs. old, just flesh. 1 - Black Cow, just fresh, first calf. 1 - Roan Cow, just fresh, first calf. 1 - Roan Cow, 7 yrs. old, fresh soon. 1 - Red Cow, 6 yrs. old, fresh soon. 1 - Roan Heifer, fresh in January. 6 - Good Young Dairy Heifer 3 - Small Calves -- About 150 Good Ties. Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention. Auctioneers tl JL[ |11 I I I 1 SCHILLO, Clerk THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1950 BEACHITES SEE ECLIPSE OF MOON Clear skies ]n Beach this Mon- day evening gave local residents chance to see the total eclipse of the moon, which began some- where around 8:20 p. m., when the moon entered the direct sha- dow of the earth. It was a beau- tiful coppery red, with the sha- dows continuing to envelope it until it became a dim and vague looking object. Astronomers explain that the total eclipse is caused by the red rays of the sun being bent into the shadow of the earth's at- mosphere. If world cloud condi- tions are just right, the moon can be completely blacked out. The last "black eclipse" on re- cord was in 1816. when the moon could not be seen, even with powerful telescopes; on a few other occasions it was so dim that it appeared to the average observer much like the Milky Way. 80 GIRLS TAKE PART IN STATE 4-H REVUE Beverly Rice and Joan Wen- berg will be Golden Valley County's entries in the 1950 4.II dress revue in Williston Octo- ber 6 and 7. with Marlyn Bohn as alternate. tend. Entrants in the state re- vue are chosen from their home counties to attend che state ses- sions, with the state winner being named as delegate to the national revue in Chicago. Four classes of dresses will be included in the revue, says Gla- dys Nesset, assistant state 4-H leader. These are wash dresses or suit for school or sport, wool or part wool dress or suit, but dress of ensemble and informal party dress. The girls will mo- del the garmen+ts they have made with the accessories se- lected to go with them. Counties having entrants in the dress revue are Adams, Bot- tineau. Bowman, Burke, Divide, Dunn, Golden Valley, Hettinger, McHenry, McKenzie, Mountrail, Pierce, Renville, Slope, Stark, Ward and Williams. Flies To Bismarck-- Mrs, Otto Nordin. who had been a pa,tient at the Beach hos- pital since Sept. 7, was flown to Bismarck this Tuesday morning, for consultation: she had surge- ry there about a year ago. She was ?cc:m~panied by- nurse Mrs. lrene Johnstone. and' Mr. Nor- din. Patti Bunke was pilot. Eighty girls from 17 western I~ pays to Advertise in the North Dakota countie~ will at- :olden Valley News, STATEMENT-0F ~EASURER'S ANNU.%L REPORT FOR PUBLICA-TION Receipts In General Fund (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July I. 1949, and June 30, 19J0~ A. Cash in General Fund tin hands o~ District Treasurer and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1, 1949 ...... ~ ..... 6310.04 AII. Total amount of General Fund mon'ey invested in United States War Savings Bonds as of July 1, 1949 370.00 AIII. Grand Total cash on band and money credited to Genera] Fund t Total of items A. AI. AID as of July 1, 1949 .................................................................................... 6680.04 1. Total amount received during year from State apportionment .......................................................................... 107.93 2. Total amount received durh~g year from County apportionment .......................................................................... 5.32 3. Amount Received during year frorn State Equali- zation Fund ................................................................................ h. Per-Pupil Elementary County Tuition 315.92 d. Teacher-Unit .................................................... 266.56 Total of (a, b, c, d) ................................................... 582.4S 5. Amount received during year from taxes levied by District School ]Board (General Fund) ............ 722.47 6. Amount received dLlriDg year lrOll] other Revenue Receipts ................................................................................. b. Tuition from other Districts .................... 33.00 Total of (a, b, c, d, e) ................................................ 33.00 11. Amont received from other non-revenue receipts 54.00 B. Total amount received by Sehoot Treasurer during tile year total of Items 1 to 11 inclusive) ........................ 150~20 C. Grand Total alnOLltll l'cccTvc~d bv SchoolDistrTct Treasurer including cashon hand {Item AIII and Item BI ............................................................................ 8185.24 EXP~NDITUIIEN OF GENEI~AL FUND Amounts Paid During Year for Ibe Following Purposes I. General Control (Sel~,ml Officers Salaries $118.00 Expenses $3L25 .Miscellaneous S5.00 ............ 157.25 2. Instructional Servme. Teachers' Salaries $1660.00 Text Books $117.72 Library Books $I9.18 Supplies $54.20 Teachers' Retirement Fund $100.00 With- holding Tax (Federal, S22.05 .................................. 1973.15 3. Auxiliary Agencies. (Transportation $531.50 Tui- tion $54.00 Play Eqnipn',ent. etc_$208.83 Miscel- laneous $18.00 ...................................................................... 812,33 4. Operation of Plant. (Fuel $92.84 Janitor's wages $25.00 Supplies $2.35 5. Maintenance of plant. 'iR'ep'a{rs"t'oBuii'dings"$792:53 120.19 Repairs to Equipment $4.40 .................................... 796.93 6. Fixed Charges. (Insurance $59.27 Miscellaneous $7.50 .............................................................................................. 66.77 7. Capital Outlay. (New Buildings $1129.43 New Equipment $25,00 .................................................................... 1154.43 D. Total Amom~ Pa~d During School Year by District Treasurer .................................................................................. E. Cash on hanci m General Fund as o June 30. 1~)50 (Item G. Trans. Report). including Cert. of De- posit and U. S. War Bonds ........................................... WARRANTS ISSUED Warrants Issued, July 1. 1949 to June 30, 1950 (Item B, Clerk's Annual Report) ............................................ STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) County of Golden Val1~v )~s Pearl School District No. 15 ) 3104.19~ 5081.05 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 paid out by me as School Treasurer. I~. CARRIE MOORE Treasurer of Pearl School District No. 15. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 14th day of July, 1950. NATALIE J. ADA.~SON I MISS STECKER FETED AT BRIDAL SHOWER Miss Lorna Stecker was feted at a bridal shower last Thursday evening, September 21, at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jablonski, where approxi. mately twenty friends gathered. A novel feature was provided by the hostesses, Mrs. Jablon- ski, Mrs. Keith Pierzina, and Mrs. Bob Hall, who planned the interesting game "queen for a day", with the bride to ,be bei~ag "crowned" with royal robes fash- ioned out of a sheet, "embroidex. ed" with miscellaneous cooking utensils sewed on the back. She was seated on a chair decked with colored streamers. A luncheon was served after- ward, buffet style. The guest of honor was wed the next day to Chas Finkle. [ Hospital Notes [ Births: Mr. and Mrs. Raymond l~piel, Golva: N. D., Boy, Sept. 21, Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Tescher, Sen- tinel Butte, N. D., BOy, Sept. 22, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Snow, Beach, N. D., BOy, Sept. 22, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fasehing, Golva, N. D., Girl, Sept 24. Surgery: Margaret Ann Love[l, Beach, N. D., Herman Brockmeyer, Beach, N. D., Bonnie Beeler, Wi- baux, Mont. General: Mrs. Ray ~Iathaway; Wm. Kied- rowski; Shelbie Jean Johnson; Mrs. L. J. Erick_son; Lyle Rad- dity; Marcene Bruski; Marvin Ley; Mrs. Jerome Bruski; Win. McManigal; Frances Zook. THE MARKET, AS ALWAYS, IS OPEN TO ALL AND 1 INVITE YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE. THANK YOUI % ~ - Will buy hogs next in Beach this FP- day, Sept. 29, and in Beach Friday Oct. e ALWAYS PAYING HIC~EST MARKET PRICE A CK BALLARD PHONE 191 TO THE MEN WHO DRIVE AMERICA'S 8 MILUON TRUCKS! Rohan Bros. BEACH. N. DAE~ AAAAAAA,~ NOTICE *...'a When you want to SELL your farm, see Barney Pies'tk. When you want to BUY a farm, see Barney Piesik. When you need a LOAN on your farm, See Barney PiesilL At his office, Beach, N. Dak. Ford's Full-comfort Cab Gives You More of Everything You Want! Air Wing door glass ventilators--standard. Luxury spring-filled coach seat--65 coils in cushion. Adjustable seat with independently adjustable seat back. Level Action suspension reduces jars and jolts. "Magic Air" heater-defroster available. Wide enough for 3 men. Bigger doors than any other leading make. More headroom than any other leading make. Handy storage space behind seal Attractive modern exterior styling is designed for easy flow-line adaptability to all special body types. Full intermr trim, handsome instrument panel. Wide, one-piece Safety windshield--Picture Window Visibility. Large instrument cluster for quick reading, Safety glass used throughout. All-steel welded construction, with minimum cutout. Double panel, all-steal doom Exterior hinges for stronger pdlar design. OVER 175 ICOliOMY MONU 9$-h.p. Iqckups to 14S-h.p. Big Jobs THE FORD CAB IS 7 WAYS BETTER "-and then SOme-~lhan the 4 other leading makesJ Ford Trucking Costs ezs Because-- .11~ ~ rel~n dala q~ 6#11911,1~0 tlr~ks, I1~ ~ experN prove Ford Tricks last k~lwl e.o.~-. North /