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Beach, North Dakota
November 1, 1934     Golden Valley News
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GOLVA One of the largest crowds in the history of our little town attended the barbecue Saturday and the day was filled well with sports and enjoyment. A ~flddling contest in which Joe Lemere of Sentinel Butte carried off the llonors for old time music, the football game between Onlva and Wibaux was a tie 7-7. ,A laxge dance in the evening ended the day's festivities and all are sat- tsfied that the day was a success. The neighboring towns helped in many ways bY their attendance. The barbecue meat was excellent and was disposed of in systematic order to the crowd and shows the ability of our business men to do things right when there is an op- porttmity. Mr. and Mrs. Tiros, old timers in this vicinity, were guests Saturday and took in the big feed. Their many friends were glad to give them a hand shake and pleased to see them looking well and hearty. Miss Tlleresa Krisco went home Friday worning to spend until Mon- day with home folks. She made the trip with Miss ~Mildred Funk who teaches their school in Montana. We omitted to mention in last is- sue of the visit of Miss Marguerite Molltor of Medora to friends here over Sunday and who attended church here. The football game Wednesday be- tween Golva and Beach was called off owing to the severe wind and dust storm. Ole Knutson spent the weekend with relatives in Glendive. Miss Lorena Hurd enjoyed a com- munity goose dinner at the Lewis Drewniak home Wednesday evening. Cards were the diversion of the eve- nlng. Mr, Drewnlak's son is a pupil of Miss Hurd. John Fischer and family were callers at th~ Hogoboem home in Alpha Sunday. Miss Edna Peterson was a guest of friends in town Friday"and Sat- urday. Grandma Page who has not been feeling the best of late. was able to visit Saturday in town with her son. Wallace. Mrs. Pearl Page and daughter of Beach were calling with relatives in Golva Saturday. Mrs. Page has had the interior of her Beach home dec- orated recently, Mr. Eide doing the work. Jack Fasching and family were guests at the Louis Faschlng home Sunday. Frank Walters, who travels for the Delco Light Saturday ler from Bud tire J Convkted of Attack at t John Brewer John'W. Brewer, above, 38-yeal~. old Denver resident, is under sentence to serve 20 to 30 years in the penitentiarF following his con- viction in the Denver district court on a statutory charge against a 12-year-old "girl who faces motherhood or possible death because of the~crime. The court refused to sanction an ~peration to prevent mothe~hc0d for the girl. GARNER November 3, is the date set for the old-fashioned party and six o'clock supper at the Alpha hall to be given by the Alpha Ladies' aid. Old time eats, old time mannem and old time clothes if you have any, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wassmari were Beach visitors Monday. Mrs. Croasman to see a dlctor about a sweUlng on her finger that is cRUis- ing her considerable trouble. The Catholic Ladies' bazaar wEs well represented from this locality and cannot say enough for the wonderful supper, and the manage- ment in every way. We realize what we missed. ERsworth Heeten left last Tues- day for Chicago and will visit rela- tives near there while away. Mrs, Evans of Beach visited at the Omsberg home Wednesday. Mrs. Hollenbeck is at the home of her parents where she will re- main for some time to help in car- ing for them. Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Johnson were Beach business visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Northrup were dinner guests at the Omsberg home Lee was in the vicinity l~'i- lOoking after his political fences. Miss Angeline Jendro and E:ennedy married? They sure- if several charivaries are any oi the fact, and besides his car with writing stating, Married." Without a doubt were married Saturday, Octo- 7th at Wibaux. A wedding din- was served at the home of the parents. The newlyweds will at the Tom Gamroth p~ace, and Mrs. Tom Wosepka and ward were Beach visitors and at- nded the Benevolent society meet- while there. Mr. and Mrs. Abe Byres visited ~ the Omsberg home Sunday eve- ~tlng. Everybody was at the barbecu? bar - and Curl and wife party at the Claude Schouboe home Fri- day night. Many from here at- tended the Lutheran Aid supper on Friday night at Carlyle and report a large crowd and a fine feed. Ole Knutson was a Beach visitor Friday evening. The bazaar put on by the ladies of the Altar Society Tuesday night was a success both socially and financially and noted the ladles a neat sum of over $100. Many from Beach, Sentinel Butte, Alpha and Carlyle attended. Ed Zigmeed and sister Elma were pleasant visitors at Oolva Friday. -They were once residents of Golva in an early time and Elma taught school in the county, also held a job at the telephone office, Katheirne Yanish was a guest of her mother. Mrs. Thomp- son and son, Sunday. Katherine teaches near Dickinson and this was her first visit home since she start- ed her ~hool. Mrs~ Julia Luntzer returned to Beach the last of the week after a weeks visit with relatives and friends here. &ilia recently return- ed from Chicago where s~e attended the fair, Mrs, John Jordan of Sentinel Butte visited in Golva Saturday, s~2aking hands with old friends. Mrs. Jordan once lived in the Burkey country. Win, Pardlse was in town Satttr- pool hall. Wallace, edit - and Lundin and business vislt * M. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Crossman at- tended a birthday party at Claude Schouboe's home. Claude was the victim. The crowd s~opped at Car- Iyle for the ludefisk supper served by the Lutheran Ladies. Mrs. Louie Hovland and Mrs. Al Wosepka were supper guests at Mrs. ~Iovland's parents home Saturday. The writer had the pleasure of visiting twenty-five homes in Gar~ nor last Monday. It was the first we ever realized there were that many homes in the township. Root crops such as carrots and beets will keep well in a good root cellar, especially if they are covered with old sacks or similar material to retard evaporation. Livestock improvement meetings are to be held in 22 counties under the sponsorship of the North Dakota extension service and the U. S. De- partment of Agriculture. ADVANGE ADS GET RESULTS ......... COOK${ , C,[OOL ~tan~ardflourmethofl, butuseoniy PAID POLITICAL ANNOUNC BONNIE VIEW ] 2 teaspoons fat for dumplings, in'i ' stead of the 2 tablespoons fat usedi Mary McCasky. Reporter ! (continued from page 3) in the biscuits. -- Mix the dough quickly and drop SCHOOL ENTERTAINMENT give to biscuits made with prepared in pieces about the size of a small FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENrDENTI FOR REGISTER OF The pupils of the Carlson school, biscuit flour, because of the added biscuit over your stew or into your OF SCHOOLS i EX-OFFICIO CLERK OF and their teacher. Miss Agnes I richness, steamer. C~ver c:,.,~el.," ano cook 15 To the Voters of Golden Valley i DISTRICT COURT AND Echauer, sponsored a program and] Do~Tt keep shortcakes for straw- to 20 minutes. ~ County: I TY JUDGE. ghost social at the community hall berr~ time--have them every month Biscuit Flour Dumplings I wish to thank you for the votes i last Friday evening, a fairly large in the year! Besides fresh straw- 2 cups prepared biscuit flour 'you have given me in the past and', Appreciating the good will crowd being present to enjoy it. A berries, raspberries, peaches and so 7-8 cup milk, or 3-4 cup water for the opportunity of serving you lpeople of the county n nice sum was realized for the r4~ool ~L forth, we can use many of the can- ~ Stir all the liquid at once quickly for many years. I have always tried ) me Register of Deeds in from the social and the sale of ned fruits for shortcake. Cannaedland lightly into prepared flour, and I to serve the public and the schools gone by, and having been one candy, etc, The evening was very lpeacnes ann ap cots, ilavortui c "l drop small dumplings over surface i in an honest, efficient and econom- nominees at the primary ned pea , , . I of stew or into steamer. Cover real manner. I do know the needs combined office of {e~ pleasantly spent in dancing to mus- rs too make excellent short- ' , ic furnished by Mrs. Martin Ueck- cake. The cooked filling made w~th ] closely and cook without disturbing ! and the wants of your~ools and Deeds, Ex-officio Clerk of eft. David Davidson and Bob Still. [ dates and other dry fruits (see Lea- 15 or 20 minutes ~ the taxpayer.~ Hav~ been chosen trict Court and mn 'son 10) will also make a delicious. Dessert I}umplings by the electo~ GoldenGolden Valley again ask the shortcake. So also will stewed drmd Apple dumplings and other fruits County as on@ of the nominees for era This for fruits such as peaches and apricots, cooked the same way, make excel- the office of County Superintendent based on the conviction that Make shortcakes for your meat or lent desserts, of Schools, I again solicit your vote given good service to the fish course, too. Put diced coldI Make shortcake dough either by at the General Election on Novem- have used the utmost cooked meat or fowl, or flaked cook- I the standard flour method or by th~ her 6th. Your vote will be greatly ed ur canned fish, into a good cream biscuit flour .method. ! appreciated. sauce of mediufn thickness, such asI Roll either dough out in a sheet} JOHN W. WENTLAND you learned in Lesson I (using I cup [ 1-4 inch thick. I -- solid to i cup sauce), and serve be-~ Cut in ssuares bi~ enough to en- .... n the layers and over the top~ ........................... FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT ~vv .. clo~e a pareu ur cvrwl ~pple; ~orj OF SCH~A~ of very hot shortcake biscm~s, smaller dumulin~s use cart of an vv~o Cream (either the rich pouring apple or a canned half" r~ach OFt --- "~ ~ To the voters of Golden Valley Mr. and Mrs. Ward Butterfield are the proud parents of a seven- pound baby girl, Margie Ann, born to them at the Beach hospital last Monday. Rex Schultz and Carl Ueckert re- turned to Beach the forepart of last week following a business trip which took them to Fargo, and Moorhead, l~rln. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehls and Mrs. Roy McCaskey drove to Senti- nel Butte last Sunday evening, where they attended a party siren that place, their sary. conducting the office and the of the same efficient elected. E. E. NOBLE FOR AUDITOR ~ business d~ernlght me Th h~. M. ea~r in kind or whipped cream) can be served with the dessert shortcake: or you can use evaporated milk. plain or whipped. Sometimes you may like a little almond flavoring extract in your cream or milk. You also serve with your sweet a hot pudding sauce with lemon, orange, van- a, etc. Dumplings rThere are two kinds of dumplings we steam and those we bake. Both steamed and bhked dumpl- may be made with ordinary ~-biscuit dough, following either the standard method or the pre- .red flour method. Dumplings to serve with a meat ;few, stewed chicken, etc., can be cooked in the steamer over rapidly , boiling water (the steamer must have a tight fitting cover); or the pear, canned apricots, pitted and _ _ sugared dates with a few drops of IGHU~av~Yn_ been nominated for the lemon squeezed over them, or other ~. ,~ ~.u~ ~aw ~r 'it wi~h a ] office of Superintendent of Schools, ,u,~. o~,,~,~ , " = . ~ .. t I now seek your votes and support little sugar and dust lightly wire .......... spice you like best-cinnamon, nut- a~I~:vge~:eal :'=s~ent of Golden meg or mixed pudding spices [ , " . I Valley county practic~ally all of my Dampen the edge of the piece oz ............ ~ ..... _ ;~,,v. ~ n~ve com~le~eu tne Iour dough and fold it over to enclose the ear course t t~e- S " , y u; ~e ~a~e Teachers' frui,, completely, l college in Dic~son and hold the _.Dnmp!ings S.teame.d or ]~ked [degree of Bi~(helor of Arts in Edu- ~'lace me aumptmgs m me cation. I have a First Grade Pro- steame~ and cook over rapidly boil- fe " ' ~,~rtif'~t~ ~net " , ssmnal Teachers ..... 1 ........ Ing water long enough to cook the hav v " " I e taught two ears m th~s dough and make the fruit tender. ]county. Serve with a hot pudding sauce,! I assure you that if elected, I shall flavored with lemon--or a butter-Ido my utmost to operate" the office scotch or syrup sauce, or a custard sauce. These same dumplings may be baked plain, or with a sugar-and- water syrup (1-2 cup sugar, 1-2 cup boiling water, some grated lemon rind) poured over them and used to baste them often while baking. in an efficient and economical man- ner. Respectfully, 23-te. HERMAN F. DIETZ TO THE VOTERS OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY dumplings can be placed right in r I J~Pesha, j., I the stew pot so that they will rest by D~ey Hughe the past ! on the solid meat and vegetables and These are just a few of the things One of the important matters of week / cook in the steam of the stew; in you can do with biscuit dour. You Golden Valley county will decide on Mr. and MYg:" ~['ank Nehls were ~his way, they absorb the delicious will find more suggestions when you November 6th will be the selection business callers in Beach Saturday[flavor from the cooking itself. The reach Lesson 12, on Desserts, and of a county auditor for the coming and were overnight guests at the cover must fit closely on the stew you will think up many more after two years. As a candidate for re- home of Mrs. A. J, O'Keefe. pot. studying this lesson and "getting election, I hereby solicit your fa- Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Barkland ~:,,,e dumplings 15 minutes to your hand in" at biscuits. I hope vorable vote. ! were callers at hie Roy McCaskey cook without raising the cover from you will never feel that the serving During the period of time I have home, Friday evening, s:eamer or stew pot; raising it would of hot biscuits (or any of their in- been county auditor, ~Y constant Malcolm McLeod left last Satur- be like holding your oven door oI~en finite and interesting variations) aim has been to pr~qce the most day for points in Canada. where he when a cake is rising~it would chill need be a burden. Not only l~ave rigid economy in ~ conduct of the plans to visit for awhile with his the mixture, so that it would fall we first-aid in the form of excellent office. Thei recofl~s bear me out in sister and family. From there he and be l~cavy. Trust your dumpl- nmthods and materials, ~ut we also this stater~efl3~, and show that the plans to Journey to his old home in ings when you give them plenty of have the convenience of being able appropriatib~ns for office expenses [steam: they will be all right. [ Standard Dumplings Scotland, where he may remain per- to prepare our biscuit dough some lhave been greatly reduced. I have manently. Mr. McLeod has been hours ahead and storing it, covered, I always endeavored to conduct the employed by T. E. Hudson for sev- Make exactly the same dough that in the well-chilled ice-box until duties in a eonscientlous and ef- eral years past, and has made many you make for the drop type of baking time. Left-over biscuits may fieient manner, with all due cour- friends in this country, who regret Foundation Biscuits, using the be served as fresh-baked by putting tesy to the public, and if honored his departure, but who wish him them in a paper bag, closing it care- by a re-election, I promise a con- success in his present adventure, fully and placing in a hot oven, 4501 tinuation of this policy, with the best Saturday.Albert Meyer was a Beach visitor SC 00[ N01[ degrees(This, ~ocF" untilmay beWarmeddone withthrugh'the interestsi am, of the taxpayers at heart.24_2t Mrs. Roy McCaskey attended the bread rolls.) Tea biscuits are also CHAS. CHRISTIANSEN meeting of the Catholic Ladies' delicious split and toasted. Guild held at St. John's hall on, .......... Just how far these biscuit-doughs Thursday afternoon.. __ _[ Beach :Y:?~ec2iv:v~ctory over will go in helping you to concoct in- FOR SHERIFF a business caller in Bonnie View, m ri r teresting, even distinguished, little Dick-' Having been chosen as one of the Tuesday afternoon, day, YNovember v, Beach". . - I dishes, will be delightfully shown in candidates for sheriff~t the prim- I inson. It is going to be al~laySvery hard ] P!anning the Party. cry election, I agai~ask your vote , . ~ at the comin~g ~4"ction November r=nn ri 'Fo l battle as Dickinson has a very good FOR REGISTER OF DEEDS, EX-16nes. As sl~er~ and as deputy ram rn a. /record, beating St. Mary's 2%0; OFFICIO COUNTY JUDGE AND[sheriff' I ha[~endeavored to per- lfllll'l /F~/~ ]Glendive 28-0; Mandan 7-2; Willis- CLERK OF COURT. t ton 13-0;~ Belfield 80-0, but being i= ! form the duties of the office to the t best of my ability and to practice Nubbin ears in 1934 corn crop are i beaten in a game with Bismarck by '~ Having been chose.~ bythe people economy and law enforcement. nubbins largely because of the un- a score of 19-0. cf Golden Valley Coup" as one ofI If elected, I promise to continue favorable growing conditfons. Seed During the past week Miss Lud- ~ th,~. nominees for tl~combined of- I the same policies. Your vote will be from these nubbin ears may produce milla Hladick. a state nurse, exam- i lice of Register~ offDeeds, Clerk of greatly appreciated, te normal sized ears when planted un- ined 196 of the high school andi Court and Cou~ Judge, I again LEWIS ERICKSON der more favorable soil and reGis- eighth grade students. A number ~olicit your vote~t the coming elec- ~ure conditions, of students were not includqd in the tion November 6th. If elected, I report. 127 of the 198 students ex- shall continue, as I have in the past, Preserved for Posterity Stringen~ measures to control lamined ha~ some defect or another to devote to that office my undivid- The English village of Wycombe, black stem rust of grains are beingi Smiling Bob Briggs, a member of ed time with the least possible ex- which dates almost entirely from taken by many European countries, the lyceum course, vill appear at the pense to the tax payers. 24-re more than 200 years ago, is to be Five countries. Latvia, Esthonia, high school building November 1T~h A.E. KASTIEN I preserved to posterity. Germany, Sweden and Romania at 3 p. m. have lately strengthened their laws requiring the destruction of rust- HIGH SCHOOL NOTES spreading barberry bushes. The Art and Design class is study- ing the principles of repitition and Farmers in the United States in rhythm. They are making original the past year paid a "fire tax" which drawings ~o show this. averaged more than $16 per farm, The Foods I class has completed on the basis of a total fire loss of the breakfast unit and is taking a 100 million dollars. The total fire short unit on "ome Care of the loss on farms and in rural commun- Sick and Child Care." itles, including towns up to 2,500 The Clothing II class is making population, was approximately $260,- wool garments and accessories. 000,000. This is more than 60 per- The Home Economics club held cent of the annual national fire its regular meeting on Monday, Oc- loss. tober 29, with the president, Kath- erine Moran, presiding. After the It is feared that premature, weak business meeting was adjourned a or dead calves are likely to result if selection was read on "Social Ac- breeding herds are carried for six ceptability"--whieh includes hints months or more without some green on voice, speech, etc. hay or pasture Every possible use of late fail pasture and green feed Cream separators should be regu- to offset this condition is necessary, luted so as to deliver cream con- taining not less than 30 percent but- The first in a series of five recre- terfat, ation training centers for rural community leaders was held in Dec- A smaller crop of sweetclover seed fls Lake, Oct. 3 to 6. Other similar in 1934 than at any time during the institutes are planned at Minor, for past five years is foreseen in esti- Oct. 9-12; Valley City, Oct. 15-18; mates by growers. Growers~ indi- Bismarck. Oct. 22-25 and Bowman, cate the quality will be fair but not Oct. 29 to Nov. 1. equal to that of last year. I desire to take this means nouncing my Candidacy for rice of County Auditor as impossible to see the Election name will be ballot tb_l$i If elected to duties of the office to the of my ability, giving it mY ed time and attention, and tice the most rigid ecmoony fulfillment of my duties. I respectfully solicit your able consideration and Thank you, MINNIE E. SMITH FOR SHERIFF Having been the two candidates with health am in the race the support of the voters of Golden ley county at the general In return for this support i if elected, faithful service to people, a square deal to whom my duties bring me in tact and my closest attention office work. The support of voters is respectfully solicited. HOWARD STOCKWELL FOR STATES To the Voters of Golden County: For the opportunity of for the past two years, I thank you. I have held of State's Attorney for during that time. energies to on the of my times to the~ interests of our County and little expense as possible. which you gave me at the ies constitutes an my efforts and I thank you I shall very much appreciate support, ~n.d your vote at the oral Election on November h. 51. ~LD .~' l[ I VOTE FOR .. THE BEACH ADVA~NCE 2'/. FOR OFFICIAL PA~?#/~ You will find the offr~al paper in the lower right hand corner of the no party ballot. Be sure you don't miss it. Your vote and influence will be ap- predated. FOR R[PR[S[NTATIV[S 39th Legislative District W. FoSChell DEMOCRA]IC Ty District Judge C. g. JETT, _fl l an County ~ vote frcmrfph;rehcO2'-t-~f~lks RAY LEAR , Slope County " A. H. BECKLEY, Golden Valley il I I == := I I'== == I Don't swap horses while crossing the stream/ J. H. Sinclair Progressive Nonpartisan J~blican candidate for reelection to Congre_~ A record 100 percent right for farmers, w~rs, veterans, the people. His ability, experienc~ and high rank on the Ap- propriations Committee are worth millions to North Dakota. STICK TO SINCLAIR HARVEY J. ~fo : i Dist~udge A NATIVE~'NORTII Engaged in the Practice of New England, N. D., for 23 Years,