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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 26, 1950     Golden Valley News
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[- ;:% THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, oN. D. THURSDAY, OCI BER 26, it ._ ....___ * The next ,meeting will be a~t, go over various problems con. date when the club met at the [Dletz Takes Part IHAVE CORN PICKER ]ai'( stressed by Vogel: (1) Keep |~ '~'~ Wi| ~ [ the Morris Douglas home, Nov- .......... ~ " " nected wRh 4-H develoImlent In home of M_~rs. Frank 'Kre~tlnger, Pin D:.....~ oi....., l r.T FOR SAFE USE ]all guards and shields in place. | _ vv ,, ! ember 12. confe~rences with ExtenSion ~er- Jr, Mrs Paul Barthel presented E I ]DLUI ~.D|IUWL i y - . ! (2) Stop the tractor ,and shut off | nty Extension I ,. ** _ vice 4.H staff members. Dale- the" lesson" on "Color in the t Patrolman Hollis Dietzwas ] ................. ou can get more: ............. ano cmaner i .~ e po~ver t'akeoff'before you get CLI|Ii $-1~111 ~'Utll ILCIUS, Wltl| l~b I ,~ I - , . , Trl~ Commeralal FerUlitm# gates tram each county are now Home" and Mrs. S. T. Fmneman I one of 13 North Dakota patrol- I ~ ..... , ....... ~ h. =~t~;~= t o!f ,at tractor, or for olhng, ad- I ~ ~elll: [ on Bzome Field being selected by the club or- reported on the county council Imen blastin~ awa-, in ,Dicki-~,ml:"-s .... J.':" ...... ~ ~'~7-:~1 justing and unclogging (3)Nev- ganizahons, meeting Mrs A B DeForge was last Wed morning The sharn ........ tar permit extra riders on your :: lit | I, ~ A ten acre field of bromegrass " - J -~-" me corn picker ready anu r." , . , , , , , .... :. :. " " _ , v-Lgoou aujustment oeiorecorn .... B~I~ 4-H on the H. H. Hubble farm north aamn~ea m vne cJu~ as a ~aew I shooters werematchin~ their I .~;. }.~ ....... u ~.~.;.~o ', trac[or or pinker. HOMEMAKERS REcEr~E member. Ma's. Clarence Schmltz skill f~r the r.~ght to enter theI Adjustmen~ of your pickerI l,'ollow the instruction manual PI~NS A~I~ITIES of Beach wil~l bea~ wa*ching ne~t . . -- v,c ..... ~ .......~ ........ Blli- Sz,,,~,~r- h,~ds *a~" w~,'b, year to see if the application of SOME INFORbLKTION will be Lhostess .at the next meet- state competitmn later for two i whiD th'- machine is o"eratin~" [ that comes with the picker for lb~=ra~. ................ o,, h ,,. +~ .... ;,~,2 i10 pounds of nl~t" rogen ~ertlii- Thirty.two homemakers at- ing, November 9. top trophies and the statel is a real':hazard warns ~ L Vo~- I making adjustments, a.nd fair .... ...................... . . ~ zer per acre win"" i.ncrease t-he tended the leader training meet- * * * * * ] champioRship, or runner-up. ],,,~ a~rlo, m,,.-~ e-~ineer of! reguh~ting the power takeoff ~mr Other club officials include a n" " -a ..... , DAC E~ ~ ~ v, r . y .... " u mou ~ or n y. ing held in Beach October 16 & TOWN & COUNTRY Dick Schuster of Dickinson ~"" *'U:en[i"~'~--" Se'vice Man- ~p~ed Vat, el adds. ~k~iene Douglas, vice-} res; Lyla ~,,hm,~ V~ltew~,~ the addition of 17, conducted by Miss Julia Mzs. Donald Hardy Sac. t dmtrlct supervisor, and Sayle~ ............ ~. .......... rim~led l ~irtlm, secretary; and Da rell ..~.^...,^~ ~---~'~-'~r ..m, ~...~n~. " ..... ' 'W ........ ,,,.,,~.-.~ e,~c. y~,~ ,~.= ,. v~ , ~ tv,~s.,.v,~r f~ther members ~'*='"'~"*=*""~= --*,, ~,. s Brekke, agent in CIO$11,1~g item ~trl~s J~nn~ ~i~...~]be.~. nr~ t arfl, oI tie.ran, were in I)IEK- ~. ....... +~..t... ..**...~...;..~. +.. "~- v-*~ma~ "~'-" " ............... a - c- into r0 ........... [ A.1 . ~ l~= oi.7 ~i:=81:;;i l~ 1~ ~- | . s. .... pUIIIIdlIt-211LIy u.,v elt, tt:HllpbllL~ I.U [ ItO ,i.*t:*.~.li~*'6~" ~" " " anne hiS orome g ss Da K p - the r~L~At~ ~xienslon bar,ice, ~ar- " lor "n insert earlier a,rranglng ior the - . Rmhard Hfldebrant, Vy d'.'~ion He star"~ that durln~ [sentedthelessons on X3o ~ [ ..... ad~tlst thmr cmn Dmke,rs whlle l ,~,.~ D~. .... ~ ~ ..... go " " " La snoo~. me ~two nigh from each ~ ~ . . - . a.,.. ~,,,,~,, .............. v .... C~ch:'and Mardelle Szudera. ~,-* .... . ,- the Home and Making . rap/ ............ ~.,e machines are running .... , . , ..... Co,,,~. wa M#,mbers will have livestockthe past several years the field The women representing the I Shades" at the meeting on acre- / oi me rour aismc~s .win go .to Even when the picker is in t ~uncta~ ),, ~f .... :,, .... ~,~,, ~. - me s[aze snoo~ at eisner l)mK kota returning I ome mat sa~ -~-"Y'~" --' accord 'has yielded him little bay. 16 Golden Valley County Home- ber 5. with Mrs Andy Bruski as/ ' ,. " c, ood adjustment it may clog oc- I ' ~" ' 'sects again m~s year - . ~*-, ~o~o-~,~ --'~,L~b-ant club Nitrogen fertilizer (the stuff makers Clubs received irfforma- hostess. Eight members were in] insert or_ ,~mmarck sometime casional~v. These safety rules l evening. ~Ka~" ~*" ...... "'" " " ' that gives plants the deep green tion on the care of sewirtg ma- I attendance. The next meeting I ne.~t .tnonm. The ~a~e.ana.pmce * _ - -- , color) is .best applied broadcast hines, the selection .and use of lwill be November 2. /Will De announcect olnmaiiy In- ,a~w~ during the fall season. Recom- ] P , sewing machine attachments , , , , . ] ter. ~, ~, -- . . mended, amounts vary from 100 and new information on textile [ BONNIE VIEW [ ahrolmen scheduled to shoot, ~f. ~ ~'tl'f~tTt ~Jh~t'~ | glf" ##~,~ .Tt~a, ~fa t.~.~ ~[~]~| | ][~][~I][ [ I~'~ to 200 pounds per acre, accord .... in a i i .... " ..................... vvv .-..~.~o~a painting. Pro3ect leaders at the Mrs Howard Vinauist Sac [ dd t on to Champion Ward, ~ ~" l lltll LJl_ l LW ing to the percentage of nitrogen meetina will nresent the lessons I " ... . ~ . " " [ Dietz and Schuster were" Dewirt- "===--'~'~.~7~I contained in the fertilizer, to their club memyers, ho~'~e~s to~t~te ~li::nnnW~rto~aS[ ment Superintendent E.M. ~7~ -- -- g -- .m-- , , , . , * * * * * * * * * " " " ] Kline of Bismarck \ssistan+ ~=~._ YOU Can t Build LEADERS TO SET UP * . 18, w~th 8 members and 4 vlsl-iSupt. Alvin Koth of Bismarck, ~-~k~ Deeu. v or Shallow. STATEDelega,tes4-H COUNCILfrom 4-H orgardza- C L U B N 0 W E S A Better Mousetrap! 6 Inch Screw or t]ons in North Dakota counties. -" o - Shades. A ,report on the countY l Ande,.son" of Leith Vern ~Vl .... . will meet .at NDAC November t.. w. ~-, I c~uncil meeting was presented~ner of Bowman Buck Sebas~.~n "They're not the be~f-10oking month. Farmers that kill barn Welded Casing ~, 15 and 16 to fo~m a state 4-H Mrs. John Hollsteim Sac. / by' Mrs. Lyle Adams. Mrs. Alex [ of Mort Bill H~mlre of WatI'orci boarders a man ever had," tIack owls are throwing away the be~t~ council. ,The move is a result of Color m the .tome .and / McCdske) v~as added to the c ub ] City Lynn Amsden of Beulah ~ .... r ~-ia o,,o dav "and they've mousetraps known to manY" ' ......... recommendations of an a~vtsory Lamp Shade Covers were the ~ as a n t:w member: On No veto- [ and Jack Sibley of Washburn. ~ot awful tempers But I've found Fram where I sit, when someone .......... .,.,~) group set tip to advance develop, topics given by Mrs. Gene Hath- bar 15 ~ne cm~) win meet at the |--- Z..,'-, ~h::s'- l:SLJl# l~kUl~J[~J~ ment of ~-H work in the state, ~eaYl::LMrsn C(~a~oRrS~2:vh:: Norm~ | ...... It ha::k:::,:al~m;r:b::t a faro- :su;]' ofanP::'~:i= :::=Z~': "m*~'-I Butte N D'~t" expl,ainsGladysNesset, assistant II MECHANIC fly of barn owls, nesting in his silo u lY just based on misunder- ...... ~ . 4-H leader of tile Extension Set- ,~embers nresent * Roll call was ~h~ Pev ~ x ~,~t ,~rov- -, [ | ~-~ this year. Some folks believe those standing. For instance, somefolks ,~RI - M~C V:"" *'" v ................... ' " r " ~ !~ ~ ~ _i ~ Tl~e meeting m November will~mswered by giving fall fashi. Glendive Wednesday of last ll WT IT rift ]'3. ~ little white-faced screechers kill a e plumb mtolerant about those of ............ ~ ..... :..,. ~.,. c,,..~,. ~,,~+~ ......... ve -2,-- ...... ~- ....... :-~ .....m [l ~ /-~ I~ | ~, chickens--and ought to be shot on us who enjoy an occasional quiet ~_.~[ .~ ~,~,.t ~n fh,~ co,,ntv council ~r~la~. eo,~;~., ~.f J~.... ~#....~ I I si ht But Hack disagrees glass of beer. Get to really know tts , . ] meeting. Mrs. Gene Hathaway na and together they drove to][ ~ ! "UpatStateUmvers~tythey've and your, hable to find we're Jl 1 !! d % ~l[ will be hostess to the club on Donnybrook, N. D., to attend the ] | |01111SOil studicA barn owls for years--and pretty good birds at that ! November 8. funeral of a cousin's wife, Mrs. I | o never known one to eat a chicken. ~ /~ * * * * 1 d t other hand a dadd owl Manuel Schwede, who d'e a [| ~I ._~, ~'~,, On the , " y ~.~ ~]/ff,~,#~ HARMONY the age of 33 as a ,result of can-I[ ~0[~|- ~o will clean up around 300 mice a ~ ..... 1 [ IL ~~] Mrs. Roman Finneman, Sec. car They returned Thursday l I 3 " ' ' ltc , " ~ C ' : :tes Brewers Foundatio:t :: tl Hell u Select i[ "- " ' g 8e Piano i] -., : il __. : : ..................... ...... Sooner or later, every : < good American family b } ,: . wants to own a beauti- ',: I z ........... fully-designed, tonal- Iv-perfect piano to i . . ~ bring joys of musm, i, ! and to grace its living room. As leadin piano deal. ers in this area, we Y2 t 4 \ its toll--in played-ot;t lubricators, spark timing that may have slipped off a notch or two over the many miles, a carburetor tkut would probably give you better mileage and snap if it were properly adjusted now for fall driving. Point is--your Buick will feel a lot friskier in the trying days to come if you let your Buick dealer get those summer kinks out of its system hOWl Ju@ drive in--say you want (l) a fall tune-up and a regular Lubricate--and see how muoh rewarded you are, for a small fee! want to help you ; select the best piano for your musical requirements and for your money--because we know that if we give you top service and top value, you will tell your friends and thereby help us build our list of satisfied custom- ers. After years of experience we are convinced that Story & Clark Pianos are the best values in America today. We have a specially prepared book that gives you the reasons why Story & Clark leads all others in .piano values. Drop us a card and we will mail this book to you. It will help you select a better piano for your home. DICKINSON MUSIC SHOP of RCA and Magnavox Radios" HEAVENLY? Our Meals are out of this world! Open Daily 9 a. m. to 3 a. m. Sunday--noon to 3 a. m. Yes--every dish is a star and fl!e sez. vice is stellar, tool You'll really as. Joy every mouthful whon you dlao here. Do it this week, will you? Before the rmh, you can be served more promptly. 0 To the hardy red men, protection from bitter winter winds was a cozy lodge of buffalo hides. To your car, the symbol of cold- weather protection is the Carter "Emblem of Excellence"... where skilled Ready-for-Winter Service lets you dwell in the security of safe, dependable driving through the frigid months ahead. Get winter conditioning from your Carter dealer. Then you'll be sure of quick starts, smooth performance and safe op6ration--all vital to Happy Winter Motoring. Today, drive to your favorit Carter dealer and have your car serviced for widter. His car care is good medicine for all the ills of winter driving. the Happy Winter FOR EASY STARTS FOR EASY SHIFTING FOR QUICK STARTS Motor oil that ~ Carter Extra ~ Transmission ~flows--Carter~Gasolinel:anddifferen" Extra Motor ~ Snaps into ac- ~ tiaI protected Oil. Quick ~ tion when you with winter- " grade Carter protection for ~ touch the ~ Lubes for a cold engine, ee @ starter . fast c,oo0s as. : !|I .. . quiet, easy lubricates. :/Ii"" warm'up" Lets" m e s h in g' your engine ~ Ionger-lostlng gears Spark plugs clean, properly deliver all the And FOR SMOOTH RIDING a gapped. A "hot" battery with eepower builtinto it! Carter complete chassis lubrication clean terminals, good cables ~ Gasolines are WEATHER- ~ to seal out freezing slush, and tight leads. RIGHT! Wonderful for Winter!- ~ protect bearing surfaces. eeee ~eoeoeoeeeeeeeoeeeoeooe~ o~eeooee FOR SAFE DRIVING FOR WINTER COMFORT |!~ Good tires . . . treads ready ~ Fan belt tight and strong. to hold on slippery highwbys, ~ Heater hose ond radiator hose ~ strength for heavy pulls, leak-proof to prevent loss of tiSSUe" ; casings in .good condition for ~ anti-freeze. Radiator pro. all-purpose driving (it's no fun tected with rust inhibi{or and ee ~' antl-freeze. Sturdy wiper to fix flats in zero weatherl). ~ blades. Good lights. Car finish If new tires are needed, your ~ wax-protected Carter dealer can supply you with new Miller Super-Grips e or famous Miller Imperials. e We specialize in banquets and luncheons, call for appointment; We can serve any number.