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December 13, 1934     Golden Valley News
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December 13, 1934
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OFFICIAL PAPER OF GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY AND CITY OF BEACH , i J /. ~,Jf~ VOLUME XXVI. This Issue 14 Pages BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY. N. D_ THURSDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1934 All Home Print NUMBER U 1934 ALLOTMENT CHECKS H E L P IN XMAS CHEER $107,635.07 Arrived In Groups of From Ten to Five Hun- dred; Ella Gasho Is Very Busy Lady. It has been a busy week for Ella Gasho, treasurer of the local Wheat ~ontrol association. Checks to the amount of $107,635.07 have arrived and it has kept her busy handing them out to their rightful owners. Mrs. Gasho said all the checks do not arrive at a time but come in groups of two to five hundred. County Agent Russell stated that no "Notice of Acceptance" papers come with the checks this time. Therefore, he said that many farm- era were confused as to whether they were receiving a first payment check or a second payment check. And also they did not know which contract the payment was for. Mr. Russell said the identfication ~erial number is typed on each check and if you will take your notice of acceptance papers given you last ~pring for your file you will find a ~erial number to correspond to the ~ne on the check. The last half of the 1933 payment zhould be figured by multiplying the allotted bushels by .076 and the :first payment is figured by multi- plying the allotted bushels by ~0, making a total of .276 cents per bushel net to the farmer. The ex- pense is one cent per bushel less than was promised when the con- tract was signed. Therefore the farmer is receiving .276 net on his allotted bushels. The local expense was .014 cents per bushel. : A record of the amount received for each serial number should be kePt in your files for future refer- ence, said Mr. Russell. ROUND TABLE SENTItVL BUTTE XMAS PARTY Three-Course Dinner Opens Evening's Festivities; Fine Program During Evening; Herman Dietz Toastmaster. (By SPecial Correspondent) One of the outstanding parties of the Christmas season was that given by the Young People's Round Table club of Sentinel Butte, when the members entertained their parents at a - delicious three-oourse six o'clock dinner at the opera house Sunday evening. The hall was pret- tily decorated in green and gold. About 50 people were present. Spe- cial entertainment was presented during the supper hour. Lorraine Seglar gave a reading and Olive Lemere and Margaret Boisen faV- ored the audience with piano solos. Eleanor Boisen and Virginia Burns drew much applause from the crowd with their tap dance. Herman Dletz very ably acted as toastmaster. Father Hake gave a very interesting sermon to the crowd. Several people present were called upon for impromptu speeches, ~ome of which caused much merri- ment. The parents departed for their homes at an early hour with many thanks to the Round Table club for giving them a very enjoyable eve- O. E. S. HELD ELECTION OF OFFIC~RS TUESDAY The O. E. S. met at the Temple night in regular session. of officers was held, the being as follows: Wor- Maria Roberts; Worthy E. M. Enderle; Associate Ina Stone; Associate Pat- Osterhour; Secretary, Carlson; Treasurer, Min- Smith; Conductress, Irene Associate Conductresa Alice was a good crowd present. were served. CHRISTMAS ~WS IN STORES I~mch ~u~ many f~ae ~ goods for Santa ~ be- most attractivvly~la3~L The and they make water for the lovely in them. Few mana~ to ~ ~Wg tu to on t~ ommtem ARNOLD RITES HELD IN BEACH SUN. AT TEMPLE Joint Services Held By O. E. S. and Masons for Mrs. Ar- nold and Price; Remains To Black River Falls. It was with the deepest sorrow that Beach paid its last respects Sunday at the Masonic Temple to Mrs. Arvllla Arnold of Beach and her son, Price Arnold, of Billings, the Joint services being in the hands of Eastern Star Chapter No. 70 and Sunset Lodge of the Masons. Mrs. Arnold and Price met death through a motor accident last week near Forsyth, Mont. Both services were beautiful and inrpressive. Mrs. E. D. Nelson of Sentinel Butte presiding at the Star services and A. E. Kastien of the Mason's. Rev. B. T. Osborn gave a short talk and prayer following the two services. There was a great profusion of flowers. The bodies were taken to Black River Falls, Wis., for burial Monday morning. There were many out of town friends and relatives present. A quartette made up of Maurice Miller, Stanley Smith, Misses Dor- othy Lovell and Marion Fairchild sang one number, Miss Fairchild singing a solo. Mrs. Phillips, of Rtchey, Mcnt.. also sang a solo. Mr. .- r--~ a=scciated with Price :]= .':I].S WP~S 5r~:c!d in Richey in his law busi- -:,:~ Lo-" m~ny years and Price al- "~'?.:,'s enjoyed her singing. ;:::ra. Arnold would have been 75 ~ru old if she had lived until, :~. 1,~th. her birthday. Mr. and ~r-~. h. 5. Arnold came to Golden Valley county in 1906, filing on-a ~-cmcstead near Beach. Mr. Arnold 6~ed in 19~7. They were married :t _r.elrose, Wis., Dec. 2, 1877. She was a much loved lady and will be ~reatly missed and mourned by her host of friends. h~rs. Arnold is survived by three ~hfidren. Cecile Arnold. - teaching rch~e! at Midwest, Wyo., Rufus At- ac!2, living here, and Algie Arnold, living in Minneapolis. There were five children in all, Rollle Arnold, deceased and Price. Price Arnold was 50 years old Sept. 8, a graduate from the law' school of Michigan University. He practiced at Richey for 20 years. He was twice a member of the Mon- tana state legislature and was ac- tive in eastern Montana politics until his appointment with the crop production loan office, nearly three years ago. At that time he moved to Billings, where he had since made his headquarters. He was un- conscious most of the time following the operation on his chest but re- gained his senses a few moments before he died. Mrs. Arnold was ir~tantly killed. Price was a thirty- second degree Mason. He belonged to "lyre Lodge, No. 136. A. F. & A. M., in Rlchey, and was affiliated with the Scottish Rite and A1 Bedoo Shrine temple of Billings. ADELINE l E N- D R 0 MARRIED FRIDAY, NOV. 30 Wedding Took Place at Little Falls, Minn.; Bride Is For- mer Resident of the Alpha Country. Word has been received by the ,dvanee of the marriage of Miss Adeline Jendro, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Jendre of Alpha to Wil- liam Johnson of Little Falls, Minn. The wedding took place November 30th at the home of Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Norman, Little Falls., Justice of th~ Peace Brink officiating. The bride was attired in a white satin gown with a high neckline and shirred puffed sleeves trimmed with beads. She wore a large bridal corsage. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Norman and William C, Elwood were the only attendants. Mrs. Norman wore blue crepe with accessories to match. Mr. and Mrs. Johnson motored to points in southern Minnesota for their honeymoon. They will make their home at 1~ west broadway Little 1~11s, Minn, after December 10th. Mrs. Jolm~n has many friends tl~ county who wt~ her every aaplalne~ in her married life. NOTICE TO WATI~ US~ JUNIOR C L A S S PRESENT F I N E PLAY FRIDAY Cast and Directors Do Goodil Work On "Heathers At Home;" Good Crowd; Nice Sum of Money Taken In. "Heathers At Home," presented at ~he Beach high school auditorium last Friday by the Junior class, was a most delightful three-act comedy. A fine crowd was present and was much pleased with the perform- ances. The cast and directors of the play worked hard on the production and the finished effect was something ~o bc proud of. There was one change made almost at the last minute when Marvin Ramstad was put in as substitute for Glen Fakier in the part of "Mack." In view of the fact that he had only a few days to learn the part he certainly did excellently. It was a very happy selection to be presented and congratulations are extended the cast and the di- rectors for their fine work, MOTT MINISTER ASKED TO TAKE LOCAL PULPIT Roy. E. T. Anderson of Mott filled Rev. P. A. Glsvold's pulpit of the Norwegian Lutheran church here and at Sentinel Butte Sunday, Dec. ~nd~ while Roy. Oisvold was at Wahpeton, with the result that the congregations are going to extend a call to him to fill Roy. Glsvold's place when he takes the new parish at Wahpeton in January. Rev. Anderson has been in Mott for the past six and one-half years and is held in high esteem not only by the people of his parish but also by the whole community of Mott. There are many here who hope he will see fit to accept the call ex- tended to him. SANTA FLYING TO BELCH Boys and Girls! Don't forget that Santa Claus will arrive at the BeMh elty Imrk at ~ o'clock Saturday afternoon by a/r~ ,~ wtthgoedth~ for all the kidd~of the cmmty who ~,u set in to see him, Be smm to ~ Dr. W, C. Bradley has been hon- ored l~V bei~ elated as at the Slom Dim~t Mad- Ical J~,ety. A meeting was held for the purpose of electlng of~ at New En~aud, N. D~ Saturday On Friday, Dee. 14 the system and wh~e Dr. Bradley was un- h~d~ana B AS KETB ALL 1934- 35 SEASON OPENS FRIDAY Fine Starting Lineup for the Team; First Game With Golva Friday Night on the Beach Floor. Beach high school starts the 1934-35 basketball season Friday evening of this week when their team engages the strong Golva quint on the local high school floor. Golva has already given an exhibition of strength by defe~ting Wibaux last Friday evening 28 to 7. The down county basketball crew, coached by Prof. Fraser, can be counted on to furnish competition not only in the coming game here but all through the season. Coach Tobias has informed this paper that the probable starting lineup for the Beach team will be A, Gilman and J. Hannevold, for- wards; D. Gilman, center; R. Jones and E. Schmidt, guards. TOY MAKING STARTED In cmmectlon with the American Legion and AUXiliarY drive for toys for relief children in the county, Win. Carew of the FERA states that a man was put to work on making and renovating toys at Alpha within the last day or two. The grocery men have cooperated with the au- thorities putting on the drive by giving paple boxes which are mir- aculously being turned into the most attractive engines, airplanes, fire trucks, etc., to deIlght the child heart. After services at Ollle last Sun- day the ladies' aid of the Lutheran church sponsored a dinner in honor of Roy. and Mrs. P. A. Gisvold. Alvin Hoverson, in speaking On be- half of the congregat/on expressed the sentiments of the congregation with reference to the pastor's resig- nation and presented the Gisvolds with a gift of silver from the con- gregation. MOODIE m VICTOR WRIGHT BROS. MEMORIAL IS TO BE MON. DEC. 16 Local Fliers Will Commemor- ate Occasion With Aerial Exhibition and Races; Have Worked Long for Occasion. According to advlce received from Jim Hardy, the local airman are arranging a program for Monday, Dec. 17, in commemoration of Orville Wright's epochal flight on that date thirty years ago. The commemoration is national in its aspect. Mr. Hardy states that they hope for a parachute jump as one of the outstanding events of the day, scheduled for 2:30 in the afternoon. The first flight will be held at 10:30 at which time all the airplanes on flying fields in the country have been asked to take off the field in Mr. Wright's memory, that being the hour he took off at Kitty Hawk. There will be other interesting things on the flight program for that day and passengers carried all afternoon. It should be a great day for all those interested locally in flying and also for the local aviators who have labored long and arduously for this event. STEVE JAKIN PASSES AWAY (By Special Correspondent) Steve Jakin, an old timer of Wibaux county, passed away early Tuesday morning at his home in the Blue Mountain vicinity, after ~a ShOrt illness with" pneumonia. He leaves to.mourn his passing, his widow, four daughters, Chris- tine, Elsie, Rose and Mrs. Loute IJa~rson, also twosons, Robert and have not This is indeed ~sad news for Mr. Jakin's manY friends. Merry Christmas! , of state, ~t Judge RABBIT H U N T BANQUET HELD TUESDAY E V E. Losers Entertain Winners In Hot Bunnie Battle; Aaron Snook Toastmaster At the Dinner. Winning members of the ~lt rabbit hunting club and their ladies were entertained by the losing fac- tlon Tuesday evening at a banquet at the Golden Valley hotel and dance at the Legion hall. Thirty- two couples were present for both functions. Aaron Snook acted as toastmaster at the dinner and tin- troduced various members of the club who responded with short talks of their experiences in securing rab- bits during the campaign. Mrs. Snook was presented with a gift of silverware, as a token of apprecia- tion for the part she played in tab- ulating the animals as they were reported. A delicious dinner of Thanksgiving proportions was l~r- taken of. More rabbits thari one would think abounded in this county were slaughtered in the intensive hunt brought to a close Sunday noon, put on by a number el local young men with a zes~ for the sport. Final count of the bunnies turned into headquarters was 1,916, the "odd' side winn~g by 250. Objective of the hunt at the start Sunday, Dec. 2, was to secure enough rabbits, worth six cents each, to fi- nance a banquet and dance for the hunters of the two sides, with the losers contributing two dollars each to the expense account for the so- cial amenities, however, the hunt was so successful, it was decided to split the proceeds from the sale of the rabbits, amounting to $114.96, among the hunters on both side~, which permitted a rebate of $2.65 each to the winnters and 65c to the losers, after all expenses were paid. At the outset of the contest, Mrs. Aaron Snook was appointed book- keeper, Mr. Snook was chosen cap- tain of the "even" group and Benuy Thompson captain of the "odd" team, each side having 18 hunters, sides drawn by lot. Members of Mr. Snooks .team were Bobby Jones, Junior SehulZ, Dale Sorenson, Leo Kowalewski, Fred Donaldson, Carl Davis, Henry Wojahn, Pete Smith, Joe Odenbaugh, Win. Knezevich, Irvin Thompson, Gordon Abel, Paul Thoemke. Paul Beckiey and Elwyn Teed. In the "odd" group were Cap- tain Thompson, Ernest McDanold, Robert Kramer, Melvin Nelson, Merle Adler, Art Ha~jman, Douglas and Donald Evans, Goodwin, Victor Thompson, Donald Miller, ROy Oech, Ed and Leonard T~I1. The winning side Jumped into the lead at the start of the match and were never headed, although it was intimated bY the Snook crew that they had enough rabbits "held out" to offset the balance in the Thomp- son outfit's favor. This rumor spur- red Bermy's comrades on to the hunt with greater fervor than ever the last night of the hunt, Saturday, Dec 9, and the hunters went into the fields in a final determination to hold their lead, with the result that some 400 rabbits were garnered in. a decisive number, it was proven, when the final count was made Sunday noon. Records of the book- keeper show that 1100 rabbits were turned in Sunday forenoon. Another ~hunt of one day's dura-" tion is planned for January. LIONS ERECT CHRISTMAS TREE ON LOCAL STREET A Christmas tree has been erected by the Lions on the downtown in- tersectlon near the Standard oil station, and Is quite a sight at night when lighted with many colored; electric light bulbs. The tree is a fine one, not very tall but broad and graceful. Local merchants particip- ated in the expense. GILMANS RETURN CATTLE PROGRAM IS RE- OPENED BY GOV. A. J. Dexter Is Prepared To Receive Listings of Cattle To Be Sold To Government, First Comers Preferred. A telegram from A. J. De~t~r,-M- sistant state drouth reI/ef d~,- states that the ~overnment has re- opened the cattle p~ gram in the state of North Da~. J. C. Russell, county drouth dire~ tot, therefore makes the ment that his office will be prepared to receive listings of cattle to be sold to the government as soon the necessary forms arrive. Mr. Ruasell said that it will be necessary for cattle owners to come to his office to make ings as a form will be mafl~ each farmer or rancher cbunty. This form must be promptly as a set for receivir~ them. Stockmen who stock to the be given first Russell. And been take~ care of the the quota will be prorated ov~r those who have marketed stock ~me or more times. He also said that every que~km in the questionnaire must be a~- ered in full. None other will receive consideration. Oorrect counts of cattle on hand must Therefore each check up aetly how many he ferent ages and sex. The surplus cattle will" chased and removed Just as as arrangements can be made. Ap- praisers have been appointed t~ start work when the word is glve~ to begin. WOMAN'S CLUB XMAS P Christmas Trees, Singing All Contri Enjoyment of the 1~ Held at Grindstuen A lovely Christmas par program was that given Woman's club last Monday at the home of Mrs. I. I. Grim As one entered the yard they the lovely Christmas tree on grounds festively trimmed with c ored lights ~nd then, upon ente~ ing the house, saw another, beautifully trimmed. The house decorated in keeping with the Christmas season. Mrs. Dole Logan was chairman The evening was ryn Keohane presiding the program which is given below: Carols, "Silent Night," "Joy the World," the club; piano ~lO, Mrs. ,Kirs~; game, "Scrambl~ Words, won by Miss Sophie Jalir: "Legends of the World," MI~. Logan, Mrs. Keohane, Mrs. Elltn~r, Mrs. Evans, Mrs. Abel, Miss ~tr~ child, IVlrs. Wal- lace, Miss Pericle; trio, Mrs. Tobias; ment," Mrs. Still; Before Christmas," game, "Scrambled by Mrs. Petiole; violin Houck; Gisvold; solo, M~ss Faircl~d; "O IAttle Town of Bethlehemy club. Mrs. Marvin Tobias son. Mrs, T. freshments, Mrs. Art Cordia Evans. There was an exchange Mr. and Mrs. AL Gilman returned and a donation made tO from Medford, WIS., Friday night, ence Crittenden home. They had been called there due to the serious illness of Mrs. Griman's father, who is suffering with heart and k/dney complleat~ns. Mrs. Gilman advises that he ~ not doing carols by very well, which /s sad news and It was a all hope for his re~ver~,-U weR as from can be, in the near future, plea.nn'e was guests for the NO IMP~OVEM~VT vided. ie