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October 3, 1935     Golden Valley News
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- ,,~ |1 i i ii , ,~OLUME 5 ii i i And SENTINI~ BUT~PE R]~VIEW OFFICIAL PAPER OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY AND 'HIE CITY OF BEACH , i ,, i uu i e i BEAOH. COLDEST V~ COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 193.5 j B II ,, . , ii , . , i . i _ NUMI~ S'~ ,, Je i i j u TAX COMMISSIONER EXPLAINS GAS FEE REFUND PROCEDURE II Claims Will Be Paid Soon As Possible After Be- ing Received Jill We are tn receipt of the following communication from the state tax commissioner concerning gasoline tax refund s: e "To insure prompt payment of gas- oltne refunds to farmers of your cotmty would you kindly give tble following such publicity as you may deem suitable, 'Claims for gasoline tax refund which fully meet all legal require- ments will be paid as soon as pos- sible after being received at the tax commissioner's office. 'The chief reason for delay in pay- meut ~f claims is due to the farmer submitting his purchase slips for re- fund before the dealer has paid the tax upon his gasoline. Under the North Dakota motor vehicle fuel tax law the dealer pays the gasoline tax monthly. Each dealer has until the fifteenth of each month to file his report for the previous month. In addition to this a few days must be allowed for the dealer's check to clear. It is therefore 'advised that farmers submit no slips for refund until they are at least fifty days old. This will insure more prompt pay- ment when the claim is finally filed and will also tend to eliminate much unnecessary correspondence."" Yours very truly, Lee Nichols Tax Commissioner. lift GO TO CHURCH The first Sunday in October is be- ing observed as Loy~ty Sunday. Mayors of etties, governors of states and many others are especially urg- ing the _people to attend their own churches on this Sunday. Many churches are arranging special ser- vices for the day. The people of this community ~hould do no less than they are do- ing at other places, and show their loyalty bY attending church services next Sunday in their churches. Be at church next Sunday! -illl BIG CHARIVARI HELD OH SATURDAY NIGHT FOR HEWLYWEO COUPLES --II Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kittlbson and Mr. and Mrs..Francis McCarthy were charivaried on Saturday even- ~tng at the home Of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kittleson. Supper was served l~y the parents while the brides pass- ed candy and the grooms the cigars. The crowd later left for the Brown school where the remainder of the evening was spent in dancing. A collection was taken up and a good sum was given to both couples~ Ev- eryone enpoyed a good time, leavin$ for home in the wee hour~ of the morning wishing the newly married people a happy and prosperous we~- ded life. it!! ANN ROSE MARRIED In a ceremony performed at Aber- deen, S. Dak., last Thursday, Miss Ann Rose was married to Maurice Switzer, of Hettinger, at which place the couple will make their home. The bride is well known in Beach, ~aving been a telephone operator here for several years. She left Beach for Hettinger about five years ago, being promoted to chief operat- or of the exchange in that city. Her many friends here join in extending :best wishes. HEREFORD AUCTION --Jl-- An auction sale of choice "Here- ford cattle is being held at the Bratcher ranch, 15 miles southwest of Mott, N. Dak., on this coming Saturc~ay, Oct. 5. We have a list and description o~ the cattle here at the Review offide and anyone inter- sated may come in and look it over. A free barecue is being served at "110011. The Weather For The Past Week Mrs. J, C. Russell, Observer Max. Min. PreCtp. ~Phursday 49 28 Friday 58 28 ~t~ay - 7s 4o "S~tday 79 44 70 41 76 3~ , ECUADOR'S NEW HEAD When Jose L Velasco Ibarra. pre~- dent of Ecaador, tried to set up a dic(~ttorshtp, there was quick revolt and he was ousted. Antonla Pens, shown above, was then made provisional president of the republic. He formerl$ was premier. i LEADERSHIP TRAINING COURSE .11 One unit of the Youth's StandarO Leadership Training Course will be given at the United Brethren Church beginning next Sunday evening a~ 6:30 p. m. Rev. W. B. Nelson is the teacher and the course is open to all intermediate and early senio~ young people. RIGHT WINI:ER STOR- AGE WILL REDUCE POTATO LOSSES ~[I W. E. Brentzel, Agn'cultural College Spedalist, Ad- vises --II Storage of potatoes at 60 to 70 de- grees temperature for a two-week period immediately after digging will aid materially in Preventing storage losses later, W. E. Brentzel, plant di~ase specialist at the North Da- kota Agricultural College, has recpm- mended. This temporary storage place should have canstderable mois. ture in the air. The two weeks at 60 to 70 degrees gives the potatoes a chance to heal injuries and adjust themselves to winter storage. The potatoes will not heal if they are supjected to % low temperature of 40 degrees or less imm~dia~tely after they are dug. After the two weeks temporary stor- age the potatoes should be stored in a place were the temperature is be- tween 36 and 40 degrees, at which temperature they should be held as constantly as possible until spring. Keep the atmosphere moist at all times. The soil in the cellar should not be allowed to become dry. If it begins to get dusty, wet it. Careful handling at harvest time to prevent cracks, cuts and bruises should be practiced, Brentzel advises. - Illl TAX CANCELLATION Taxpayers Who are in "arrears on ~their personal property taxes can realize a considerable saving if these :axes are paid before January 1st. A recent law provides zor the can- cellation of a certain amount of per- sonal property taxes, interest, pen- alty and cost, depending on the year from which they are due. The mat- ter is explained fully in a notice appearing on. page 7. JIll-- FINE DANCE BAND TO BE AT EVER REEH FOR LAST, DANCE OF SEASON THERE An unusual attraction has been booked for the last dance of the season at Evergreen Park. it being Andy GomPf and his ll.piece band, who will appear there for an engage- ment tomorrow (Friday) evening, Oct. 4. They are reputed to be a dance orchestra of outstanding abil- itY, and come herb very well recom- mended. They also feature entertain- ment of various sorts during ths evening and will have with them Betty .Colby, Chicago blues singer, who has an enviable reputation along that line. Sis Bessey, a tap dancer, will also be present to par- tictpate in the evening's program. This band was featured for two years in the Majestic Hotel in Shanghai, China, and have played many ~of the leading ball rooms in the western part of the Untied States. This being the last dance Of the year attraction a large crowd is the SCHOOL PATROLS TO AJD IN SAFETY ON HIGHWAY CAMPAIGN II , Preparations Being Made To Set Up State-Wide Organization Bismarck, N, Dak., October 3, The North Dakota Highway Patrol's safety on the highways campaign prepared to enter a new field today as officials confered on plans for school patrols. Taking part In the conference were A. J. Kiaudt, Sec- retary to Highway Commissioner W :" J'. (Pat) Flannigan,~ Assistant Su- perintendent of the North Dakota Highway Patrol, Frank L. PUtnam, H. O. S~xvik, Sullerinten~ent of Bismarck Schools and Paul Netland of the Bismarck Area of the Boy Scouts of America. While plans were still in the ten- tative stage, Preparations were un. der way to set up a state body of school patrols, made up of boys, whose duty would be to handle traf- fic ~t school passings on highways. The boys will be commissioned by W. J. "Flannlgan. A uniform organization is. sought, with every town having a patrol. ~embers of the proposed patro, would wear a like insignia, whtcl~ would be the official insignia of the state Public service groups in various towns will probably be asked to sponsor the patrols in various com- munities. -llll REVIVAL SERVICES TO BE HELD AT U. B. CHURCH -fl Beginning next Wednesday, get, 9, and lasting at leas~ until Oct.' ~0, revival services will be Conducted a the ~local United Brethren chttrch~ we are informed by Rev. W. B. Nelson. He states that Rev. Sylvest- er Sanford, evangelist of Galesburg, Ill., will come to conduct the meet- lugs. Rev. Sanford is reputed to be a fine singer and musician as well as a good preacher. Meetings will be held each evening, commencing"a 7:30 p. m. Special meetings , for children will be held every afternoon at 4 p. m. The public is cordially invited to attend any and all or these meetings. iJll DEMOLAYS TO HAVE HARVEST DANCE OCT. 11 --li- The local DeMolay chapter an- nounes initiations will soon be out for their annual fall dancing party, to be held at the Masonic Temple on Friday, Oct.~ 11. The affair this year will be in the nature of a Harves~ Ball, the boys say, and it is hoped to make it one 0f the outstanding entertainment events of the year. A speciahfloor show is also being ar- ranged for the party, which is some- what of~an innovation, and should prove interesting. Illl C. E. WORSHIP SERVICE The Intermediate Christian En- deavor o2 the Congregational Church bad a worship service on Sentinel Butte last Sunday evening. Mrs. Noyes and Mrs. Holistcin took the young people in their cars. The group is planning a hay ride for this Friday afternoon. i i i .... l He Finds LONG'S ASSASSIN Romance Again at 90 DEMARY K. O.'S MOULDEN IN THIRD ROUND TUESDAY NIGHT .......... llll -- CUBS TAKE OPENER . Huge. Crowd Present Fo~ In the opening game of the Interesting Card At Worlds Series, played at Detroit yesterday,, the Chicago Cubs Evergreen Park blanked the Detroit Tigers, 3 to 0, behind the airtight pitching of Lon Warneke. Schoolboy Rowe Tuesday night at Evergreen Park on the mound ,for the Tigers also there was staged what is perhaps the twirled nice Iml~l, but-two errors best fight card ever promoted here, in the first Inning allowed two under the capable handling of T. A. Puns, a home ~un in the eighth Gilman and Ed Su~amers. The ~ard~ accounted for the third Cub score, featured as the main bout a battle They play a g~ today at Detroit, between Speedy Moulden, St. Louts" with the broadcast coming over negro, and Dick Demaray of Bts- the air at 11~ a. m, marck, in which Demaray knocked HII out the colored man in the third round of the scheduled ten roun~ OOUNTYHOMEMAKERS match, after weakening his opponent, in the first two rounds with a barrage COUHCIL METYESTER- of body blows. Demaray took the ag- gressive at the outset and pre~ed DAY AT COURT HOUSE the fighting throughout. Mouldell II. covered up very well, however+ and Vortralt ot l)r ('arl A. Weiss, JL. The county Homemakers council apparently was holding his own till ~f Baton Rou:r ',e brilliant yount held its regular senti-annual meeting the knockout blow landed, a hard surgical speci;~ who assassinate4 yesterday at the court house here,, punch to the body. Senator Huey !' J,,,n~. Doctor weisl and transacted routine business, as The semlwindup was was the leader ot ~he anti-Long fnctlol well as elected officers for the com. three round battle 'n St. Landry's parish. Immedlstel~ ing year. The following women were Gilman of Beach and liter he fired the bullet that killed thS present, each being the president of ling of Bismarck, with both b0Ye senator he was himself shot to deatl their respective club: Mrs,, Roy Oech, mixing it Plenty hard and fast, and :~y members of Lon~,'s bodyguard. Mrs. J. O. Ramstad, Mrs. Herman pleasing~ the crowd in great style. It ..... , ~ .... Kettner, Sr., Mrs. George ~ammond. was called a draw. [and Mrs. H. P. Croesmann. Officers This twas preceded by a three ERNESTJNE LINGER [selected were as follows: rouxld gb between Rut Haigh Of' President--Mrs. George Hammond Beach and Billy Zastoupil of DiCk- 6ETS U, OF M, SOCIAL ' Vice-President--Mrs.s, J. O. Ramstad Inson. Haigh was merely substituting .:iiH. P. Crossman for CoWboy Ray of Olendive, who Sec,-Treas.--Mr~ failed to show up, and performed ~||~rOIUlPE SCH01ARSHIP HAROLD LAWHEAD ON FOOT-/i: very creditably against his heavier . BALL TEAM IN HAWA~II foe. It was also called a draW. ._ : ,,---,,--1111~ + . -II A battle royal and a three round Harold Lawhead, formerly of Trot= curtain ;raiser between Rex Gilman Is Already Enrolled ~ Unlv- ters, a son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Q': and Bud Noyes ersity of Minnesota For Lawhead, who is now in Hawaii, both events providin! writes home that he is now Playing te~taln/ntnt with all Coming Term on his barracks football team. Ht~ ~cquttt~g ll~ feels elated at being selected to play old time. dance Miss Ernestine Linger of ]~b~ach was redentty honored b~; being one of the six North Dakota graduate students selected to receive federal ~cholarships in social work this year. 'Appolnt~ 0f the. g~oup ~ been a~proved by the ~niversfty oil Minne- sota where they have enrolled for the fall term. according to Miss Pea~ Salsberry, FERA state field workBEACH HI6H ELEVEN TO fa.s anxio.s to director. ,, llli- College graduates with either me- PLAY BELFIELD HERE jors or minors in the social Science~ Tonsillectomies: are chosen for this work. The stu- TOMORROW AFTERNOON dents at the University this term -ll have also had experience as case Last Friday afternoon the local from the eye, Sept, 25. workers in FERA county offices, Miss high school football eleven went to Stanley Smith, Sept. 25. Salsberry said. Wibaux and there engaged in a hard Frank Meeker, Trotters, Sept, ~5. Scholarships were offered for the fought game, which ended in a Dennis Chaffer, Wlbaux, Sept. 25. first time last year for this purpose, scoreless tie. The Beach boys are Howard Hess, Sentinel Butte, oll she explained. North Dakota now considerably improved and are fast Sept. 27. has 29 such sch~ol~rship students rounding into pretty fair shape. Two kiddies of Rev. Lobb, Olliq# working in-F~RA ~offices. Tomorrow (Friday) afternoon they Sept. 27. Enrolled this term are Patricia will play Belfleld high school here. Grace Drake, Wibaux, Se~t, 27. Ebert, Devils Lake, Ernestine Linger, Belflield has a strong team this year Mary Reinholz, Sentinel. Butte, on Beach, Dorothea Olson, t~argo, Ads and a close game is anticipated. Sept. 29. Roeszler, and Walter Domrese, Lint- ~~il! Leone Schmitz, Golva, Sept. 25. on, and Louise Bissonette. Crosby, HERE FOR 28 YEARS Thyrotdectomies: - !1tl- .11. Frank Lechler, Sept. 37. P. J. Lardy, who resides about six On October 6, Woodward Brothers Mrs. W. H. miles northeast of Sentinel Butte, will have been in business in Beach Mrs. A. announces that he will have an auc- for 26 years, being pioneer business Sept. 29. tion sale next Wednesday afternoon, men in Beach. In 1909 they opened Appendectomies: Oct. 9, beginning at 1 p. m. sharp, a confectionery and cigar store In Mrs, P. W. He has 17 head of cattle listed for the building now occupied by the Sept. 29. sale, and also some good machinery. Schmit shoe shop. They remained Mrs. Jake Kin J. S. Ulfers will cry the sale. In this building until about ten' years Sept. 30. ...... ,,,, ago when they moved to their pres- Elmer Allen, Sept, 30. eat location on Blanche street. This Gertrude Fisher, summer, the business was enlarged, Sept. 29. uow being a drug store. They state Admitted for that they still have customers who Mrs. O. E. started with them those many years ago. Sept. 26. !!L' Mrs. Robert Johnson, HO BIOS SUBMITTED FOR ept Mrs. Albert Cheek, Belfleld, IHPROVIHO, HIGHWAY NO, ', Mrs. Jesse Playle, Sept. 30. 10 AT LETTIH6 OH FRIOAY Mrs Pred Kanennberg, Sept. ~0~ It-- Dismissed. Bids on various North Dakota Mrs. Frank Pakler, Sept. 27+ . Miss Ruth Beckley, Sept. 27. road jobs were opened in Bismarck Mrs. J. J. Hess, Oct. 1. last Friday and a number of con- Mr. and Mrs. Arlie Hayden tracts were let. The contract callin~lGolva'~ are parents if a 9-1b baby for the construction of Highway No. ]born at the hospital Sunday eve 10 from Sentinel Butte west to the~ Mrs. William Szudera; Jr., line was to have been let at''---~-"-~'~,~,~,, au,,~ ~l:~'~r.~,~++~ ~,,, ,~,~"~"~r"~ State this time, but no bids were submitted ~ Mrs. Cordia 'Wallace is for this project. This stretch of roaa is probably the worst in the whole state, and further delay in getting the project started comes as a dis- tinct disappointment, especially to people of this vicinity who have to use it occasionally, We understand that the reason there were no bidders was because the work necessitates a mule outfit and that at the present time there are none in the state. We are told that bids on the project may be cali- d again about the fifteenth of this month~ but we have been unable to Robert Johnson's special nurse. ----11tl Allen McDanold, who went to Ble* merck last week, is improving righ along. He was there a week. The M rkets WHEAT .................................... -J~ 1.: PLAX BARLEY RYE ............................