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October 20, 1938     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 2 The Golden Valley News THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1938 members were of the opinion that the tion of the regular Latin class work. FARM FOR SALE CHEApmIjxiuire at THE PARK CAFE for g~l meals, g national government should provide It is ~ study the life of the early Rom- Purvis Tlxe Shop, Bea~h, 52-tf lunches, etc. Also beer, pol~~ ~mdy adequate relief, the administra~tive ex- ans. Another meeting or so will l)e held , | and cigarettes. "~ pcnses of the program ~o be cut down before the club will be ready to begin FOR RENT--Furnished moder~ apart:.[ ment. Minnie Smith, Beach,~ P!~ffe[ FOR RENT--Furnished room. Saw- 89-J. ; ~// tf|yer Hardware. l-tf A continuation of The Beach Advance and The Beach Review W. R. Bratton and H. E. Enderle Editors and Publishers A weekly published every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota. Entered as second c!ass mail matter at the Postoffice at Beach, North Dakota. October 7, 1936, under the act of March 3, 1897 Advertising rates furnished upon request Bubscription price $2.00 in No. Oak., Minn., Mont., and So. Oak., Elsewhere $2.50 LOCALS Wm Meyer returend to Beach Mon- a~ternoon from Sidney, where he ~h~ been employed the past two weeks at the sugar beet plant. Mrs. W. L Wandke went to Richey last week and is visiting there while her recently injured arm is mending. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reeves of Mlnot, ~spent the weekend at their ranch north of Beach. They were ~ccompanied bY a friend, Mrs. Pete Shetland. of Van l~mk, N. D. Art Schmltz of Oolva who has been LIONS M]EET NEXT MONDAY Regular meeting of the Beach LiOns club will be held next Monday evening, Oct. 24th, at the Hotel Beach at 6:30 p. m. and all members are urged to be present. TO MAN'DAN MEETING Last weekend Leonard Wollen, Glad- ys Losinskl. Mr. and Mrs. Aden Mil- ler and Herman 1v. Dictz went to Man- dan where they were in attendance at the general sessions of the southwest dtvislon of the NDEA held there. fll the past week was brought to the~ local h~pttal Friday returning home Mon~y. Monday Mrs. Dorothy Grove and Eleanor Lovell left for Grand l~orks, Mrs. Grove to attend a public health convention and Miss Lovell to visit relatives mad friends. Did you ask for your BUCKS? Thursday ~ group of members of the local Lions club and business men drove out and brought in two fine truck loads of rock for the proposed rock wall along the north side of the railway right of way park. Another gl~o~p was sUpposed to go out for more rock ~dnclay afternoon but failed to do ao, due to inclement weather. Miss Kathleen Cameron was on the mlck List over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. ~ft of Grand Rapids, N. D., spent l~rlclay night with M. and Mrs. Mark Froese, while en- route west. Then on Saturday nlght Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Reed, also of Orand ~l~s, were gtmsts~at the Freese home. JOHN ROBINSON CLUB I (Contributed) A very interesting meeting of the John Robinson club was held during the supper given by the Congregational Ladles Aid last Thursday evening. Miss Stough at the piano and Mxs. Milton Hart whistling presented several nun%hers enjoyed by all. Rev. Smith introduced the subject: "Should the Federal Government be responsible for either helping to a Job or else providing adequate relief." The ~ffirmative was presented by Mr. Mlddleton and the negative by Mr. Crossman after which the members carried on an active discussion. Much valuable "thinking material" was stated by county agent Russell. At the end of the discussion the club BAKER WOMAN WINS KED OWL'S FREE MVBOLET Ellen Young of Baker, Montana, was the lucky winner of the new Chevro- let car given away free l)y the Rod Owl tores, on which registrations were made du_~_g September at all~ stores of the chgtu. She was re~..stered thro- Ugh the Baker store. Several people from North Dakota were among the lesser prize winners also. Did you ask for your BUCKS? uu~ Try the Want Ads by allowing local non-political agen- cies to administer the relief, subject to the jurisdiction of a higher author- lty,~ln~al electon of officers was held as renews: Presdent~Louise Mogle Vlce-presldent--Hlldreth Sheiland Sec. and Treas.--Natalie Adamson The club voted to have a pot-luck supper meeting in the church parlors Oct. 24 at six o'clock. The topic to be discussed is "Should the Federal Government be responsible for the level of agricultural prices"? All members are urged to come pre- pared to eat and talk. Student Cry A three act comedy play "It Happen- ed In Hollywooa j Katherine Kav~- nough, is to be given the first part of November by the Junior class. The re- sulks of the tryouts are; Tom Garrity, a press agent, Edward Vukelic: Ahn Tremayne,wlth movie as- prirations, Nyle Douglas; Josie Pem- broke, daughter of the house, Norene Kowoluski; Princess Dolores, her dear- est friend, Loma Clark; Jarvis, Pem- broke's butler, Harold Brown; Phyl- Its Duganne, reporter of "Movie News" Lucy Stark: Bert, temporarly a chauf- feur, Bllte Edkins; Polly O'Connor, a "comedy" 'actress, Verna Huber; Dor- een Dewing, a "movie" star, Vera Whl- taker; Mrs. Pembroke, mistress of the house, M~lge Haxtse; Sir Humphrey, the Prince's guardian, Stine Douglas. Last Monday the first of the Latin club .was held. Orrin Lovell was elected as chief officer. The club is an exten- OCTOBER SPECIAE ' 15 Photographs for/~e price of 12 Our usual Christma,, for all pho- tographs mount- ed in~ attrac ders. and see % STUDIO Opn evenings and Sundays by appoint- ment only Farmers Merchants Landlords Carriers Professional Men DON'T BE FOOLED Don't Give up a Two Million Dollar North Dakota Payroll for a Will o' the Wisp! Prohibition Never Did and l~ever Will Stop Drinking -- Don't Let Liquor Take a Free Ride ~Make it Pay Its Share of North Dakota's Taxes and YOU / as a Taxpayer Benefit. ~ / / i FARMERS ' -.-i..../ Supplied the distilling industry with 50,702,560 bushels ~f grai~ in 1937. ~ / MERCHANTS_ ]~" "t" Supply food clothing ~ fuel ---. furniture ~ necessities ~nd luxuries to the thousands of people m North Dakota whose ~v~li- hood depends on the liquor industry. LANDLORDS ~ o- Supply more than seven and one half million cubic i~eet of re~t paying --tax paying store space to wine and spirits dealers i~ North Dakota. CARRIERS And their employees -- railroads and trucks ~ handle hundreds of thousands of tons of North Dakota freight originated by the wine and spirits industry which creates business and employment in MANY allied industries. PROFESSIONAL MEN Lawyers -- doctors -- dentists ~ bankers -- loss of a $2,000,000 payroll in North Dakota will cut YOUR income, YOUR taxes will increase because state liquor revenue will eeas~ relief rolls will be further burdened and a half million annual eaforcement east will be saddled on the public. DON'T RE FOOLED ~ Ths is YOUR Problem Too. YES NO VOTE NO ON THE MEASURE (INITIATIVE NO. 1) WHICH WOULD" its regular work. Last Monday noon Miss Jahr was presented with a male Black Widow SpLder. Miss Jahr says that this is only the second one that has been brought to her since she has been here. She says the male is very small and is seldom found. This one was not found around here, 'but came from a squash patch in Washington. CLASSIFIED ADS CRESTED WHEAT GRASS SEED 100 Ibs. $22.50. Gamble Store, Beth FOR SALE--Seven room modexn house. Inquire at News office. 504tp FOR SALFe--Pure Thatcher Se~d Wheat. Testweight 59 lbs. M:/M. Hogoboom, Alpha.~ 2-tf WANT TO TRADEr--Two 14-lb. tur- key g/bblers fo~ the :~ame. Mrs. Earl Scl~nitz, Beach. 3-2tp FOR SALE---900~ewes. E. Wibaux, Mont. WANTED--PIckUp or light: good condition. Box 112 FOR SALE-register hereford b~L Clyde Myers, Sentinel Butte.i 3~4tc WM. LEMKE WILL SPEAK AT BEACH, NO. DAK. THURS. OCT. 20 / AT'8 P.M. \\ At the oom in the Court'House Don't miss~earing this forceful speaker discuss issues of the current political campaign U To make money in marketing tur- keys one must produce No. 1 birds. Buyers over the state advise holding turkeys not capable of bringing No. 1 prices until later marketing days. The greatest profit comes from early selling and the subsequent lowering of feeding costs. iln a season such as this when an unusua!ly warm fall has tempted hrds to range, proper feed is more im- portant than ever. Dakota Maid feeds and mashes 1 make up for lost time in fattening. I Dakota Maid Poultry Fattener FATTENING DD~Y SHOULD RE PALATARLK WHY DAKOTA MAID IS SUPERIOR ~ Made on formulaj produ~,d by 4J~e leadin~ food research experts. M~auinctured from the ht~hest quality Ingredien~ ~onstontly reefed in our own laboratories to keep them up ~o the ldghesi ebmdarde. l~eemed and mixed in Ute moat modern feed ~ /n the eeuntr~ today. ]~uflted by the high repu~ation ~ Noz4h Dako~ 8~ Mill & Eleva4or which h~ m~nuinetured and marketed worm famou DA- KOTA MA/D Flours for rowe than IS yeers. A fat~nlng diet should be sush t~,~t birds wiYl be ea~r to eet it when feeding time come8 eu~b ~'~y. F&ttoning feed should Jdso be very sherbert, ms the more ~he bird is Induced to eens~me, the quicker it will put on wefght DAKOTA MAID POULTRY FAT- T~NER is very I~A~table and highly absorbent, and will give excellent results ff fed according to dfrccUons c~nt~ined in our .~'~mphlet entitled "Feedor~ Hand- book." Ask your dealer for a copy or send request dfre~ ~o the stere MIH & Eleva/or. t ] 16 Successful Years The State Mill & Elevator was completed in 1922 w~h the one thought of helping the farmers of North Dakota to secure ~etter prices for their wheat, better feed for their livestock, flour made from North Dakota wheat for all the family, and to ~--eate employn~nt for North Dakota~ men in their own state. The pu~po.~, has been/accomplished. The mill was opened for business and op~ratmn starte~0ctober 30th of that year. Soun we will celebrate the 16t~ anniversar~ of the founding of this institution. AI! our citizens are s tbckholders ~ this enterprise. There are 22 commercml feeds made here ~nd every/ne is .... "MADE TO MAK~ We manufacture at the Grand Forks planba~ di~a~2mte to dealers d~ermt ki~ c~ feed. Each on.e is thoroughly tested end tried an~ ~mo~ to be right..Through the mill, fee& are supplied to bring all tht livestock ~ from birth to market. So it is with pouRr~. From the time the baby chick is hatched until it k weighed over the buyer's seal~ them ~ ffdi s definite nee& Imkt cn the North Dakota product. State Mill & Elevator