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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 4, 1943     Golden Valley News
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PAGE SIX THE GOLDEN VALLEY ':NEWS I I I I ~ := III I I I I . I I I I I d I DoYouKnow Them All? I I IIIIII I I I Help Us Down Memory Lane by Sending in the Names the Persons Whose Pictures Appear Below "tk A COMMUNICATION Kodiak, Alaska October 26, 1943. Golden Valley News, Beach, North Dakota. Gentlemen: In the September 30th issue of the Golden Valley News, I was quite delighted and surprised to find a picture of my dad (center of bottom row) among the photo- graphs of "old timers". He was really a pioneer of the county in that he was one of the I early homesteaders in Henry t township back in the days where ',there were few fences and ranch- ers still raised longhorn cattle. Naturally, the ranchers resented i the coming of the homesteaders land made it as unpleasant for 'them as possible. My dad tells yet how one rancher neighbor of his stampeded his herd across our wheat fields, knowing that no fence was strong enough to stop those wild cattle. My dad hauled lumber from Beach by lumber wagon and built his house alone except for the framework. Especially when he was putting shingles on the roof, he used to wonder what would happen to him if he fell off and hurt himself badly, because he didn't see anyone else for weeks ~at a time. , My dad taught school for several i 'ears and ran for a county office once but was defeated. He farm- ed until we moved to Beach in 1923. Anyhow, Harold and I couldn't let our folks beat us on that pioneering game, so when we mov- ed to Alaska in 1941, his brother and wife, Harold and I built our own house of material then avail- able in Kodiak. This was quite an undertaking considering that most of the building was done after dark when the two men came back from their day's work at the air base. We had one gaso- line lantern to give us light. Most Thursday, November 4, 1943 I DRIVERS ADV~E~ TO GET READY FOR SNOW, COLD Essential North DaEota drivers, particularly those engaged in vital civilian service, are warned by the state highway patrol to get pre- pared for safe winter drlving be- fore snow files. The need for preserving essential employe transporbatlon demands the complete cooperation of both commercial fleet operators and pri- vate drivers, Patrol Chief E. M. Kilen declared. '~ney must prepare and con- serve their vehicles against the ever growing difficulty of getting parts,, he said. "Special winter safety equipment for cars and trucks should be checked now and 'repaired at once so it will be in working order." A-C JOHN NELSON A~ING ARMY PRE-FLIGHT SCHOOL Among cadets now stationed at the Army Air Forces Preflight School for Pilots at the San Antonio Aviation Cadet Center, the nation's largest pool for fighting alr crew~ are 26 young men from North Dakota. When they have complet- ed their studies and training at the preflight school, the cadet8 will be sent to a primary fiylng field. Still further tralning in basic and advanced flying schools will prepare them to be combat pilots. This group includes one from Sentinel Butte: Aviation Cadet John R. Nelson. ~V Gi~ to the War Chest NOW~ I I Wherever possible, Klein said,I RELIEF FROM needed parts of heater-defroster I units, fans, anti-skid'chains, wind-I QUICK shield wipers and anti-freeze I Symptoms of D~ ,~rising from should be salvaged from old ma-i STOMACH ULCERS terial or new parts secured now. I DUE TO EXCESS ACID Reduced speeds and use of tireI chains when roads are slippery willI FreeBaolfFe||$ofHomeTruCmeat~ help keep accidents and delays at MustHelpor|tWiUCo~tYo"N~th|~ a minimum, he said. t OvertwomflIlonbottl~softhe~'ILLARD -V-- I TREATMENT have been sold for reUefof symptoms of distress a~lsing ~_om and Duodenal Ulcers aue to f.x~,m Acm~. On the average, a family of 5[ poor Digestion, Sour'or Upset stoms, normally eats 10 to 12 pounds of i Gassiness, H~rtbm'n, Sbmpleu__nm_,,e~c.: i potatoes a week, or slightly less duo to ~ Acid. Sold on 15 days $.rl.aj~ Ask for "Wlllard's Message" whic~ ItUl7 than a bushel a month. Potatoes explalnsthlstreatment---h~--at are abundant now in North Dakota SLEIGHT'S and families are advised to store CITY DRUG away an ample supply. BEACH, N.D. , The Government Says: