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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 7, 1935     Golden Valley News
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A YOUNG PIONEER When several hundred families were sent to Alaska from the Middle West to lettle the Matanttska Valley, the Red Cross sent a nurse, Madelelne de Foras, t to remain with them for year to help protect their health. Amo119 the flrs~ frisnd~ she made were the little pioneer, Arthur Hack, 4 years old, and "Prince/' the pup who went with his young master to Alaska. =._=_ , j ,ij ....t . i L j' ,| IINGS THAT NEVER HAPPEN RILEY VE 2/ HONOR ROLL All lurpils who have tin average of B and ut least 90 percent in de- portment are placed upon the honor roll of tl~e Beach Public Schools. This report is for tile first six weeks of school, ending Oct. 18. 1935. F~IRST GRADE: None. SECOND GIC~I)E: Beverly Gru- Hlan. Mary Lot! Hougelt, Maxinc Sill. THIRD GRADE: Nova Horr. ~Y)URTH GRADE: Betty Lou C, af- ferry, Edmnnd Kukowski. Vera Gor- don. FIIrTIt GRADE: Ilia Ahel. Robert l~ikins. (hrot E]ilinger, Bernard Freese, Russell Miller. Nancy Nyman. SIXTH GRADE: Patrlcia Bradley, tteh~n Dickinson, .lames Carl~on, Jer- ry Ilalsicad. Iris Page. SEVENTH GRADE: Itt~th Cafferty, Eleanor I,~'ars tveet, Marian Geyer, Harold Halstead. Mary Heh~n Niece,t Delton Trinklein. In high school in order to be placed! upon the Honor Roll a student car- rying four subjects must have at~ least 12 'I=hmor Points and he may have as high as 16; those carrying five subjects at least 15 Honor Points and up to 20. A nLeans 4 honor points. B means 3 honor Pointg. C means 2 honor points. D means ] honor point. P means no honor points. SUB-FRESHMAN: Orval Ross 12. Billie Edkins 12. Loma Clark 12. Paul Hardy 12, Nyle Douglas 12. I~RESHMA N: Dean Bartholomew 12. Vernon Hathaway 15. Arlton Os- wood 15. Rosemary Beckley 14. James McCaskey 12, Donald Trinklein SOPHOMORES: Emma J~au Pet- erson 12,~ Signe 6'osjord 1.5. Lydia LDunder 12. Mary Ethel Gilman 14. i Ruth Fritze 12. JUNIORS: Mary Jane Alguire 19.I Russell Ellinger 12, Charles Cooper 13, Janet I~vell 1~. S ENIORS: Ahus Buldhaupt ] 6 Raymond Wilkens 15, Veryle Horr 15.! Ruby Waiters 12. Merle Lovell 15., I Bonita Fritze 13. q!fl ............ OUT FOR GOVERNOR Leslie E. Edmonds, Wichita banker a'nd nattonally~knownLegionnaire and sports auLhority, who is the first to an- Imunce his candidacy for the Repub- lican noalination for governor of Kan- t,~s. He is also mentioned for the Presidency of the United States. His platform will follow that of Gov. All London, who is known as the budget- Oalancing governor. Born, reared and ~ducated in Kansas, Edmonds served ~verseas during the World war. Modern Method of Making // COOKIES "The ent,dren run ]tom near and far To dip into the cookie jar.'" THAT'S one of the immemorial prerogatives of childhood. So prevalent is it. in fact. that a vast cookie baking industry has been built up to keep all the cookie jars in the country com- fortably fall so that children can exercise that prerogative. But, after all, it's tim to sur- prose them. They all know the contents of the innumerable car- tons of delicious cookies that save modern housewives so much preparation and baking. But when they plunge their eager hands into a cookie jar---a real old-fashioned cookie jar -- which they know contains cookies made at home, the pleasure of uncer- tainty as to the nature of their treat is added to their anticipa- Uon-of something delicious. Aprk~ots In~idel ~L|mond Apricot 8~ : Cream one-half cup shortening and one- half cup sugar, add one well- beaten egg, and then one-fourth cup apricot pur~e. Sift together two cups pastry flour, one-fourth teaspoon soda and a :few grains salt, and add. Stir in two-thirds cup finely chopped blanched al- monds. Chill well, roll very tl~In and cut in squares. Place on a greased sheet. Will not spread. Bake at 400 degrees, a hot oven, for eight or nine minutes. Makes Ave or six dozen cookies. Dried Apricot and ~u~ ~ookk ~. Put one cup dried apri~ through a food chopper. Th~ combine them with one and s half cups condensed milk, one cup canned moist cocoanut and one cup chopped nuts, drop by spor, n~ fuls onto a greased baking sheba and bake in a moderate oven. 3.T~ degrees, for from twelve to fifteen minutes. Makes about thirty cookies. Molasses and Cocoanut Molazse~ or (linger ~ooki~: Boil one cup molasses a mlnut~ add one cup sug- ar, one cup short- entng, two tea- spoons ginger, t w o teaspoons cinnamon and two well-beaten eggs. Add four ta~- spoons soda mixed with on~ fourth cup vinegar. Add el~* five, cups of flour to make a sti~ dough. Roll thin. Cut as d~- sire~L Bake in a moderate--375 degr~oven for about twelve minute. Use also for making gingerbread men. May sprinkle with sugar before baking if 4o- sired. ocoo#~t B~rra: Cream one- third cup shortening and thre~- fourths cup sugar, add one well- beaten egg and then one-third cup canned raspberries, mashed hut not sieved. Sift together one and a half cups pastry flour, one an4 a half teaspoons baking powder, one-fourthteaspoon soda and on~- fourth teaspoon salt. ~d add. Add one cup bran and one cu~,~ canned moist cocoanut, and chill. Drop by small ~ on a greased pan, about two tnche~ apart. Bake in a moderate---$~ degree ~ oven for about ten minutes, Mak~ t~ee and a halZ do~en cookies. Quail Most Useful The quail fs believed to be our most useful insectivorous bird, considering the country as a whole. Whale Skin Eor Leather The skin of white whales from Hud- son bay region is exported and used in fine leather goods. Rkhard Lee Lee Reaching The Andes mountain miles long, an average of high, and at some points wide. FOR SALE HIGH GRADE $2.50 per ton STECKER COAL Phone 73 Beach, See us for Dr.V.G. BEACH, NORTH PHONES HOUSE-56 Dr. W. C PHYSICIAN AND Office Phone 13 BEACH, NORTH ATTENTIO! [ i We have taken over'the b [~ business formerly operated I~ ~ ~ Merle~ Adler across from t~ ~' : pot, Your patronage will I~ ~ i preciated. ' i L ; We also s~ec~ze in laal~' ~[ children s haircutting. ~ I , i/ ! Hams Bro E. L. HARRIS J.R. HA ~ ~ [THIN We Deliver or Pay age on ALL Mail Orders KENNED' SENTINEL BUTTE, N. OPTIGAL SPEGiALIST, 6, 61LBERTSON GMMes fltte4--~ broke~ N. D., Flint door Ov~'s Ha~wmm K,dneys Mus Clean Out Ac guarantee Protects you. : III COULD NOT O0 ili~i] HOUSEWOI 1 atoa, New doing just a down. ~ mother-in-law