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Beach, North Dakota
October 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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Drama THE BEAM. N. D., ADVANCE TROTTERS WILLING WORKERS The meeting of Willing Workers was at the church parlors Thursday. !Election of officers took place, and the following were elected: Presi- dent: Mrs. Ed Franklin; vice presi- dent, Mrs. O. K. Omley; secretary, Mrs. J. E. MeteaJf; treasurer, Mrs. Bill Reichert. After election of of - if leers, the meeting closed with a hymn and closing prayer by Rev. Nelson. Besides the thirteen mem- bers present, there were several vis- itors, including Mrs. Cordia Wallace and son Stanley and Mrs. Ed En- derle. Refreshments were then served which all enjoyed. The next i meeting will be on November 15th at the church parlors when Mrs. Omley will entertain. Come for din- ner. nterdon county, N, J., is making ready to receive house at Flemington, the county seat, where "d~e at its county jail. Anticipating faVOrable action in New York on the request for his extradition, officials of the New Jersey county are the arrival of Bruno Richard Hauptmann on murder charges in connection with the trial will be staged ; left, Warden Harry 0. McCrea, left, and Sheriff John H. Curt]as, standing outside the cell selected for Idauptmann; right, Mrs. Margaret McCrea, wife of the warden; who will dO the cooking for Hauptmann. The sdspect is showh, kidnaping o~ the Lindbergh baby. Top, the court- center, ....... III I I I I I ii j N IIII t IIII III Miners VZagcd "Suicide Strike" ii Ii at Pets, Hungary, ing to cut off the ventilating system in the mi~o and commit mass suicide, the striking miners had for five days until sent up word to "buy 950 coffins~we are ready to ?- raise in pay, Threaten- die! before mine officials acceded to the dema~"~' Stoll Kidnaper Speed of Sea Elephant Despite the fact that the sea ele- phant is an exceedingly ungainly creature on land it is able to bob along on a level surface faster than a man can walk, although pauses for rest are made at short inter- Vals. "Their mode of progression has been well likened to that of an inchworm," says National Gee- graphic of these animals, "yet when In a hurry they arch the spine and Jerk forward tbe pectoral flippers with such rapidity that their re sultant gait might almost be called a gallop." Paper THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, Ohio Star Injured , H| p. T. A. MEETING P. T. A. held a meeting at the Smith Creek school house. This was ! the first one of the year for the pur- pose of organizing. This P. T. A. is for the patrons of the Smith Creek and Trotters schools and will be held at these school houses. The i following officers were elected: President, Mrs. John l~obertson; vice-president, Nellie Nelson; secre- tary, Nan Kregness; treasurer, O. K. Omley. After election of officers, 6~ k 9 a play, Ghosts Wal ' was pres- ented by Nellie Nelson (reader), Art Nellennoe, Nan Kregness, Cecil Om- ley, May Bell and George Re]chert, and Alice Sperry acted the part as ~11 ii i lu Dick Heekin Hopes of Ohio State for more vic- tories in the current football sea- son have been dimmed by the re- moval of Dick Heekin, above, from the lineup because of a leg injury. Halfback Heekin's run- ning has featured Ohio's games in the past two years. ~xciting experience, as she done. crossing the brid~e on her and wife made a trip ?ranklin's, The on Saturday to haul out :roe came lccge the f lumber for the Lutheran ~l:e wagon. "fhe were and some culverts for the :~uite fast and when road which is being built by relief ~ame loose, she was thrown off the workers. wagon into the scoria. The wagon Mrs. Flanagan has been feeling ran up on her a ways, when she badly again and is taking chiyoprac- realized that she must keep it "from tic treatments in Beach. going off the grade. Her four Ellsworth err helped Fredwin youngest children were aionm None] CroOk put a coupe bow on his nld of tl~em were InJ~ but she re- ] Ford on Saturday. ceived a cut on the cheek and someI ~ ~ bruises on her limbs. 1 I National Holidays Ole Omley has the honor of hau -f Contrary to the common lmpres- ing the first load of lumber for the I sion, there are no legal national hol. new Lutheran church at Skaar. I ldays In the United States~not Mr. and Mrs. Ellsworth err and even the Fourth of July. The legal PAID !OL/!!CAL AN,OO,N horses while veterans, the people. and high rank on the propriations Committee are worth millions North Dakota. STICK TO Miss Nelson read it. Song by Lucille She has been in Washington for over Reiclzert and Nora Bell Sperry. o w~r relati wnrtr I ........ o .... visiting ves and ..... -i Games were then playea wnlen all in~ ~ she could ~et ~mnlo- ! took part in and enjoyed. Refresh- ~e~t[ ......... ~:~ ..... "J ments were then served, after wh~0~ " , " f r their rer4~eet~e Mrs Bill Re]albert was a dinner l all depar~ea o t ~*~ ~ , ' , ......... ~'~*~-" ",~ be, guest at the Hodgtn home Thursday i h,la ~t. the Trotters schoo! house on ! Ed Franklin a~d Ellswortll err [ ........ . : donated a load of ~al to the church I i~ OVem~r ~. ion Thursday. Th~is surely appre- Attendance at Sunday school l~Iciated.' ~ ,' , [ VOTE FO~ Sunday'21 '" Hjahner Jhr~~ ~ust returned' RFh L. Hodg~ is having a great deaotl from a trip to s~[hern Wisconsin [ W ell :y~)uble with lame back. ~ ~ and Minnesota./ ' " Cecil Omley hasbeen employ~tl at] The Luthera~] church has been the L. Hodgin ho~e lately.\ f .4-mv.ed to Ska~r and.the work OI Digti Judge Tile Trollope fimily depa~$ed for II~aking the ~ement zs progress, ing a vote from tl~ home folks will be Renan Merit o~ Thursday ~ m. ]~fnl~ely. iX v~ ge~ another mon~n oz Mrs.'Zllsw0hh~Orr had'q,~te-'an 114rable #eather we hope to have appreciated. :perien~e, as s~d::l~ the ~'k d, O K rnley p te brid~e on her wa~ tel "" K.~Om_ley on SattWday. The doulile-I.to Be~.h a the i h t~hs~g~'~rch, TO THE VOTERS OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY of HARVEY $. ~for~ Di~t, ict A NATIVE Engaged in New England; N. D., for ~3 Years. FOR AUDITOR I desire to take this means nouncing my Candidacy for fice of County Auditor as it impossible to see every one :th~ Election on name w:ll be on the If elected i pr~ duties vf the the of my ability, gl, it my ,ed time and attention, and rice the most rigid ecmoony fulfillment of my duties. I respectfully solicit your able' ~onsifferati~,z" and Th3~ yOU, MINNIE E, ~,MITH FOR S~IFF holidays, says Llterary Digest, are fixed by the statutes of the several ~states, and these holidays are not ~ltogeil~er uniform. The anmml ~roclamation ef the President call ing for the observance of Thanks gi~tlng day is actually effective only in,he District of Columbia, but is observed by common consent by all states upon proclamations by the respedllve governors. Other holi- days observed by all states are New Year's day, Washin~:ton's birthday, Independence day, Labor day, and Christmas. One of the important matters of Golden Valley county will decide on November 6th will be the seleetton of a county auditor for the coming two years. As a candidate for re- election, I hereby solicit your fa- vorable vote. / During the period of ~rne I have been county auditor, /ny constant aim has been to pra~ice the most rigid economy in the~conduct of the office. The records2~ear me out in this statement, a]~L show that the appropriation&if~ office expenses have been greWly reduced. I have always endeavored to conduct the duties in a conscientious and ef- ficient manner, with nil due cour- tesy to the public, and if honored by a re-election, I promise a con- tinuation of this policy, with the best interests of the taxpayers at heart. I am, 24-2t CHAS. CHRISTIANSKN Flour Dust Combustible four youngest children were supper guests at the J. F. Crook home on Saturday. Cecil Omley and Luther Hodgin made a business trip to the Leonard Leland home on Saturday night. Rev. and Mrs. W. B. Nelson were dinner guests at the Lloyd Callendar home on Thursday. May Bell Re]chert has returned to her homeagain after having been employed at the C. H. Catlendar home for awhile. We extend sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Callendar in the death of their infant who passed away soon after birth, at the Beach hospi- tal. We axe glad to know ~hat the Flour dust will burn, aml because mother is getting along nicely. I each particle of dust is surrounded Tim Middteton started for StdneyI by air it will burn very rapidly when on Thursday morning with about [ ignited. Thus a wave e[ flame runs 2000 head of Mr. Hudson's sheep,~ with great speed through a cloud which Will be wintered near Sidney.l of flour dust, causing ~ explosion. Mrs. Lawhead received word from her boys that they were near Port-I Hide~ He~ Cm'~es land, Oregon and planned to look[ Monstrous sashes ~t~ large bows up the F. G. Roscoe family when[ tied In the back are ~ part of the they reached there. ] national dress becat~se the Japanese Thelma Omley made her folksI woman does not wish her beholder happy when she arrived home fromI to suspect that he~ body possesses any Ellensburg, Wash., on Friday ntght.[ curves. Having ~Y'~x~n nomi~ted a~ the two candidates f~rr with hca!~h restored, I agz in the race ~d seek support of the voters ' . ley county at FOR STATES ATTORNEY In return for I if elected, service to people, a square deal to all To the Voters of Golden Valley whom my duties bring me in County: tact and my closest attention For the ~gport~mity ~ serving you t for the past two years I wish to thank you. I have he~l the office of S~ate's Attorney f~me term, and during that time, I ~ve devoted my energies to carryi~ on the affairs of my e~ice at a~'times to the best interest~ of our ~umty and with as little exlaens~ possible. The vote which you gave me at the l~tnmr-I ies c~mstltutes aR endorsement of my efforts and I thank you for it. I ~ vexT mtmtx apprecljte your support and your vote at the Oen- er~I Election ~a November 6th. A. M. KUHFELD FOR SHERIFF Having been chosen as one of the i candidates for sheriff at the prim-] )ffice work The support voters is resp~c~fully solicited. HOWARD FOR REGISTER OF OFFICIO COUNTY CLERK OF COU~T. Having been chose~ by the of Golden Valley County the nominees far the rice of Register of Court and County solicit your vote at tion November ' shall continue, in the to devote to that my ed time with the least ,ense to the tax payers. A. E. KASTIEN ary election, I agairb ask your vote l at the coming elation November1 FOR i 6nbs. As sheriff/and as deputy OF SCHOOLS sheriff, I have e~deavored to per- I form the dut~es~f the office to the To the voters of Golden i best of my ~ity and to practice County: economy and Faw enforcement. Having been If elected, I promise to continue office of