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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 30, 1950     Golden Valley News
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PAGE TWO THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 80, 1950 ~UCKER OUTLINES SAFETY POLICY "Ease up on the throttle when apDroaching a plewground area, safety zone or crosswalk," Billy J.-Watters said today. "You never know when a child will step out into the street where he has pecially careful when ente~-qng or leaving ,a driveway--pedestri- the right-of-way." I~n~ l}ave the right-of-way there. ~Bilty, who has driven for twen@-lour years without a pro-I ~c~o' Billy concluded. veritable aocident was recently i STATE RECORD SET ,honored as one el the outstand- ,~, ~r,~.aT ~w Aug drivers in the nation. Hm story was told in the November A North Dakota production re- issue of the International Har- i ,:ord has been made by a regist- vesler Company's magazine, : ered tlolstein cow owned by Trail. Billy pilots one of the]: :~ate Hospital in Jamestown, Dan Do, an Oil Transport Corn- the Hol.~tein-Friesian Association pany's essential, petroleum' of America has notified NDAC -an ~orts ~ x~,~l~ion Service "One of the first things a The new ch~mpion led all of truck driver is taught at Dugans' Nort~h Dakota s full-aged Hel- ls safety and courtesy in driv-i steins milked 3 times daily in ing ha,blts and careful consider-I the 10 month division, with the ation for the pedestrian. A driverI ,r~duc~ion of 614 pounds butter- must always be on his toes to fat from 16,077 pound's of 3.8 avoid unexpected accidents! 1 pe.rcent milk. Billy st id. i Qualifications for the 10 The outstanding driver tlhen~month division of the adwanced went on to point out that, 'Twol re;:istry inchlde special calving out of f!vc traffic lalaiitie:q areI requirements in addition to high peae~u',an~. It's thal first step b production records. These re. quirements are intended to place emphasis on reproductive qualities as well as productive ones. Testing was supervised by North Dakota Agricultural Col- lege Extension SerVice in coop-' ~he 4-H department of NDAC Ex. ~.ration with the Holstein-Friesi- tension Service. In 1950 a total an Association. - of 204 dairy cattle were exhibit- DRIvERs--ADVISE------~-- ed by club members in 18 court. ties. In 1948 104 head: were TO WINTERIZE CARS shown, and 1949 the total was Earlier hours of darkness and dropping temperatures should 148. Interest in d~iry cattle has serve as fair waenings of rough been encouraged by awards ,and weather ahead, motor vehicle othe incentives provided by the owners and operators are advis- ed by Superintendent E. M. Klein American Dairy Association of of the state highwa3 patrol. North Dakota, according to Fie particu?arly urged ear and Clarence C. Olson, dairyman of truck owners to equalize brakes,the Extension Service. Funds for check headlights and taillights, this support for 4-H were donat- renew windshield wiper blades ed' by hundreds of farmers in that smear, examine exhaust the abate during June dairy systems and inspect tires and mo~nth. batteries. Any faulty equipment Here-~"rom Seatile-- should be repaired ~r replaced Mr. and Mrs. James Welcome without delay, and Mrs. Ann.a Rice, all of Seat- "With year-'round equipment tle, are visiting .,at the Ern Ziels- in good order, attention should doFf home. Mrs. Welcome and be given to the special equip~ Mrs. Rice are daughters of that ment needed for winter driving. Tire chains should be carried in couple. every caw, ready for quick use NOTICE FOR BIDS whenever severe snow and ice 4-H COUNTY DAIRY man Dietz by 5 p.:m. Monday, EXHIBITS DOUBLED Dec. 4th, and they Will be open- ed Tuesday, Dec. 5th. Exhibits of dairy cattle at county achievement days in The Board reserves the right to North Dakota have nearly doubl- reject any or all bids. ed the past two years, reports By order of the Board: Signed. HERMAN DIETZ, Clerk ~Nov. 16 - 23 - 30) PR OCLA. MA T ION Of FRED G. AANDAHL, Governor of ~'4or th Dakota. Relating to the times and places where muskrats may be taken and killed as provided by Section 20-0803 of the North I~akota Revised Code of 1943. By virtue o1 the authority vested in me as Govern~r of the State of North Dakota under provisions of Chapter 20-08 of the North Dakota Revised Code of 1943, and in pursuance of the recommendati~>ns of the Game and Fish Commissioner, I hereby declare and proclaim: ONE: that muskrats may be legally taken and possessed subject to the provision of Chapter 20-0~ of the North Dakota Revised Code of 1943. TWO: That muskrats may be legally taken and possessed from 12:00 o'clock noon, Central Standard Time, Decem- ber 1, 1950, until midnight of Decem- ber 31, following, throughout the en- tire State of North Dakota, except on state and ~ederal owned and easement refuges. THREE: That the purchase ~of a trapping license does not give the holder thereof the privilege of trap- ping on Indian Reservation Land without the permission of the Agent November, 1950. [ THOMAS H.AL~, (signed) ] S~retay of State FRED G.A.A.NDAJ~.. APPROVED Governor of North Dalr~ (signed) ATTEST W.E. WARNER, Attorney Gener~ (Signed) ( No,veto.her 30) Cold weather is here now--let us winterize your car or truck; it may save you great inconvenience. and a possible towing charge. Don't delay! ........ or Tribal Council and that permis- conditions develop," he said. "Defrosting equipment should Bids for furnishing lignite coal sion o~ the owner is required to trap ,, be in condition to keep the out- for the Sent'inel Butte High OnFOuR:privatelYit is furtherWried lane.directed that the COe side of the windshield free of School and the Sentinel Butte foregoing order be published once in Town ttall willbe receivedby ~*~c official newspaper of each coun- snow and ice, and the inside - ty within the State of North Dakota frost " he . ~2 ber 1950. NE0 FOR FAR free of and moisture, the Sentinel ButteSchool Dis-onorpriortothefirstdayofDecem- Beach, No Dike declared ~P|le heater should be tnct NO. . Given under my hand and the checked for efficiency, and to Bids must be in the hands ofGreat Seat of the State of North Da- ..... ,.... . _ .. kota at my office in the City of Bis- be sllre there ~re no leaks, to in- tile SChOOl Ctlst~rlc[ clerK, r~er-march, North Dakota, this 21st day of ~~ ~ ~ surecomfort in sub-zero wea, ther ~~ ~--~ ~~ ~ and to make sure the defroster ~-~~-~~~---~r~~--~---~~--~~~ willreally work. ~ __, ---. ted bv the National Safety Court- ~ ._- cil' h'ave shwn that the winter ~t~ i l auto death rate ~rises 24 to 53 per cent over the summer rate in the 36 states having ice and snow. ~ ~ ~ ~ Let's all drive ~ carefully this winter," Supt. Klein urged ~ .~' Visit Enroute-- i RoY.and Mrs. ~oi'man Prest- k bye of Culbertson. Mont., stop- ped here for a brief visit Mon- day with Roy. arid Mrs.O. L. Olsrud and family, enroute to L Hettinger, where they planned to vi1t her relatives. Drive To MiChTHomer Madison ,~. ~ .~ T~ i-t ~ r~ . r~ I~. d'n drM,r" t:dHMdsSon, Mich., where[~ To tle tmests el va . ram qmp. ' h:ri~yt~r'r'M::" ::~[~ra Ice~ining there'over Thanksg'(~'/~ ~~~~~~~~~~~~ ~~'~~~~~ Local John Dcere Implement Dealer Iing. ~ ~a ~K ,~l~A t Y ,-~J~~[ff~'~ "~" ~ , _~'~ ~ .asiIIlIIII II'-~L~ ~ " ---'i~ " ,I "Ii] l on John Deere Day, December 7. IF -- -- -- " [ " L'. " I .... --", ~~'-Nolessthansixbr,tndnexv z'n. "g .p 's / . '' "'~'--'' 'k~r" W ~" .... L movies are on the program more_.appiause winning nlm it's an thing in the line oI print. ~, - ~t ~ for the annual John Deere Day is :'~lisFath~'s Choice," fea~- ling, ~ can take care of your I~ " ~/- show to 'be held for farmers ur!ng "l~m ~mraon wn~ajong | needs--- we specialize in / I~# nireo., . i. The New Schick "20" Jg and rhei~ families on Dee.rd,, 7:trn~l h~astYwPoPi:aL A?e"~;: [ [igr ....................... t~ ........... ~ l~ at the Bijou Theatre, aceo - " Y, Y " I ....... n ~L . -- ........ in-g to Jack and ClarenCer'Baol7 ~)~deSre i~ctuaes~Vi~USr J7hn I. wU1":~: ~:::=me~i tE Chma Cups and Saucers--- $1.95 to $5.95 ]y Electrm i/azor $24.50. lt~rd aTfeaalrer~-a~nerSPw~17 ~ave that "ePmplete" the parade of I. Sales and Auction Bills /~li' ~1 er somethm ~ h not yet received their tickets, entertainmen off . . g I. -hocks with name and hum t Woo Nut Bowl. complete wit L remind Ballard Bros., may ob- new and differem in dealing [ ~ "l Beautiful Box Stationer-', from $1 00 ' if{ thin them bY calling forth~ with subjects ,close to the I ~ " " Nut Picks, at $1.98. .at The Dakota Farm Lqulp- hearts ot too'ays ta~rmers.[ We early in ateck eai~ Bemks.i~ merit Co "Those who atCend this Gues! Checks, Typowrilor Rib ~V ~ "- The feature picture of ~he year's John Deere Day," sayIbona, Addiag M~AhI~ laal~;:/~ Dainty China Elech ic Clock, at --- $12.00 ]Y Twin Thermos Picnic Sets in Leather ~ ttDsD~):~eHra:PYnd~amrlloyr': Btal::~dS'thh:Vp:dr:i~ti:rP~ ISt mpP d." _ . Zipper Case, At $12.50. Re holds and is the story of ed with entertain,me ; .......... " Y a the will Musmal Jewelry Boxes with , a small-town --family and .the entire family th tleahs~re re; I Golden Valley things that beset them wl~en remember it .wi~h p , t it' " " " " " they win the title of Family months to .come. Dontmss ] --,, Velvet Lining, at $7.95. , Parker 51 Pens, from $13.50. of the Year" In a contest con Get your t~cKets on your very I Ill ..... ~uc~ed by 'a'natic~a~ maga: next trip :oi' town, [ i~W~ i~ I~~l~~~l~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Dakota Farm Equipment Co. I Phone 39 ' , " ! It's A Woman's Privilege To ' . ig ~ W ~ ~ ~ ! Coty Perfume Bells with purse size" Kodak Duaflex Flash Camera Umt, - Flacon of Perfume A truly beautiful Complete with flash bulbs.-- $19.50. I[ IIJl II gift, At Only -- $1.65. ------------- vL " "His" Traveling Set in\handy V JI ' l FI I__I Complete Canasta Set in fine carrying case, For--$3.95. ' .I-.I k ll/ll I! I/I-1 Ii/ leather case, at -- $5.50. ,.. . Jt V Attract ye Cocktail Set, in Chrome _ " Whitman "Sampler" Chocolates, finish, At $21.95. and we like to let her abuse the privilege..,s At $2.00. - ]y Meeker Bill Folds, "- " " "" "- Musical Powder Boxes, From $4.25. From $3.00 t.o $12.00. as long as she talks about the pleasan time sue na NI :r - - .,. , at our beautiful new club, and how she would rather i# dance and enjoy our refreshments and superb entertainment, all in our congenial & happy ,atmos- phere. Prove it to yourself--drop in anytime! 0 Montana