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Beach, North Dakota
December 12, 1935     Golden Valley News
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PAGm Z THE BEACH ~IEW THURSDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1935 BEACH REVIEW i'u~disitea every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota H. E. F]NDERLE and D. A. WALLACE, Editors and Publishers Sub~miptions $2.00 per year in advance i~ntered as second class matter September 18, 1931, at the postofllce at Beach, North Dakota, under the Act of March 3, 1879. Advertlulng rates furnished upon request. . Official paper of the City of Beach and of Golden Valley county i , ' "BETTER OFF DEAD" The nation, is beginning to realize the horror of auto- mobile deaths that reached a total of 35,000 last year. Not so well realized, but perhaps even more horrible, is the situation of those who were involved in autonmbile crash- es, were not killed--but would be better off if they had been. Their ghastly plight has been described in a new ~ooklet by J. C. Furnas, author of the "--Algal Sudden Death", entitled "Better Off Dead". Here is an excerpt" "They weren't doing nlore than 45 around a .~light cur- re. But centrifugal pull had dragged them a couple feet the wrong side of the white line--one of those semi-head -or~, angling crashes--Two passenge" ~rs, bleeding,, uncon- scious, were loaded into the ambulance. They were on the point of driving away when the policeman discovered the third, "He was doubled up like a broken stick and thrust half- way through the narrow back window of the wreck, his head between his knees. They didn't dare try to unbend him until they had reached the hospital. He was still alive and conscious. He proved that by stealing the 'police- man's gun and tiTing to shoot himself. "The spine was snapped clean, bent at an acute angle, and the bare end protruded from a rent in the skin like the stump of a horrible, bony tail. "Thanks to the doctors that man is still alive---He has been operated on 25 times. He is always in. actlte pain and paralyzed fronl the waist down." Too horrible, too nauseating for print? Perhaps it is-- ~ut it's the truth. And it doesn't describe an isolated ex- ample. Thousands of people have emerged from automo- bile accidencs to become helpless, pain-ridden cripples all their lives. They live on to remind ns of the awftll price we pay for speed, for recklessness, for incompetence at the wheel. Yet their agonies will not be entirely in vain if they teach the lesson,s that will save us from becoming members of that tragic legion who would be "Better Off Dead." An Oklahoma girl advertised for a husband and got one. The total expense for the advertising, wedding out- fit, etc. was $11.00. He died within a year, leaving her an insurance policy of $10,000.00 And yet some people claim that it doesn't pay to advertise.-Hettinger County Herald. Square Butte Mr and Mrs. Einar Olstad went to Mound Sunday, and returned home Tuesday. Lloyd Yates was a Sentinel Bulte visitor oa Saturday. John aud George l(lnln .~i)ent the woekeud at their home, Sam Rogers returned to J. V. Klein's F'riday after working in ~ach. Mr and Mrs. Will Brown and ~hildren were Sunday visitors at the Lloyd Yates home. ~Mr. aUd Mrs. Bill Barcel and son Kennelh were visitors at Sentinel Ii~,Atte Saturday night. ~Ir, and Mrs, J, V. Klein and famil~ and Sam Rogers were Sunday vil~tor~ at Lloyd Yatea." Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stacker were callers at Einar Olstad's Tuesday. FM Olsen got a load of coal at Runion's mine Thursday. Mr. a0d Mrs. Bill Barcel, son Kenneth, Lawrence Lem~re and Bob Ridenhower were visitors at IAoyd Yates' on Tuesday evening. ................... Hli SUBSCRIBE FOR THE REVIEW Trotters News ~ ~. ~..~ ~ .X- * * * ~- * * -~ * * * -~- ~ ~ * e ~ -~ * ~ -l~ FATHER OF MRS. GEORGE TASKER DIES SUNDAY Mr. Washburn, father of Mrs. George 'Pasker died at his home in Fargo Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. 'rasker left Thursday to be at his bedside. The sympathy of the eomnmnity is extended to the Tasker TOOK OFF 17 LBS. OF 0ELY FAT HEEDED DOCTOR'S ADVICE Mrs, Ttobert Hickey, Rosevllle, Calif., writes: "'My doctor prescribed Kruschen Salts for me--he said they wouldWt hurt me in the least. I've lost 17 lbs. in 6 weeks. Kruschen is worth its weight in gold." Mrs. 1-tickey paid no attention to gossipers who said there was no safe way to reduce. She wisely fol- lowed her doctor's advice. Why don't YOU ? Get a jar of Kruschen to-day (lasts 4 weeks and costs but a trifle). Simply take half teaspoonful in cup of hot water every morning. All druggists. LOW FARES FIRST cLASS SERVICE "fllhT LITTLE GAME" &,m @m 1/ J family in their bereavement. ...... It ........... The South Sid(-~ Aid met with Mrs. F'rank Johnson on Thursday. Mrs. Johnsou served a delicious dinner at one o'clock. The Janl]ary meeting will 1)e hehi at lhe church parlors on January.,o and all memhers are requested to be present. The P.T.A. met at Smith ('.reek school Friday evening with a very good attendance. A dainty lunch was served by Mrs. Metcalf and Mrs. B. Sper,'y. folh)wing a very good program. The next meeting will be held at the Trotters school on Jan- uary 9. 1,. tIodgin was taken very ill on Wednesday of last week anti went to Beach to consult a doctor. On Sat- urday he went on to Bismarck, His condition is not considered serious. but we all hope for his complete re- covery BOOU. Mrs. Hodgin wishes to thank the friends who sent her flowers while she was in the hospital in Bismarck. The coffee party held at the Trot- ters store on Friday was a success, netting the ladies ever eight dollasa which is to be turned into the church budget. There will not be church services next Sunday, but on December 22 Rev. Nelson will bring a Chrlstmus message. The Metcalf aud Retchert families were Sundny callers at the Hodgin home. 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