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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 13, 1934     Golden Valley News
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Thursdav. December 13~.193:-~ ~ W ~0 ~ ~ ~P @ ~_~ ~_~_~+~_~__W..~_P~ ~' HEAD OF FARM HOL DAYGROUP Delegates Refuse To Accept Resignation; Resolutions Condemn Relief Set-Up; Favor Frazier-Lemke Bill. Criticism of the relief set-ul~ in North Dakota because it is unsym- pathetic with the people and man- aged with "waste and extravagance" bulked large in the resolutions passed by the North Dakota Farm Holiday association during the con- cluding hours of their meeting on Tuesday afternoon in Bismarck. A committee held a long confer- once with E. A. Wlllson, ERA ad- ministrator, concerning phases of the relief work, asked for a new director in McHenry county and other changes. Acting Governor Ole H. Olson, nominal head of the relief, explained its worldngs to the group in a talk Tuesday afternoon. He stated that the control rested largely in the federal government, although the state was placed in charge and made responsible for the ac~tration, Usher L. Burdick's efforts to re- sign as president of the Holiday association met with persistent op- POSition on the part of the 350 del- egates assembled and he was unan- Imously re-elected for another year. Fifty counties were represented at ~he meeting. Because Burdick will be out of the state a great portion of the time the association named H.' R. Mor- gan, Walcott, as manager of the as- sociation and acting president when Burdick is OUt of the state. Among the resolutions passed was one favoring the Frazier-Lemke farm mortgage moratorium. AI~ favored was an old age pension plan ~not one supported by a sales tax as Is the Townsend plan), currency stabilization, cancellation of seed and feed loans, a flexible farm morator- ium which may be lifted upon oc- casion in order to save lengthy litig- ation, a three year moratorium on all debts, and immediate repeal of the national bank act and federal bank act GRAND CHAlVlP STEER BRINGS $3 A POUND C~hicago, Dee 1.~"Campus Idol," the grand champion steer of the 35th international livestock exposi- tion, was bought at auction for $3 a pound Thursday by the Kroger Gxocery and Baking Co. of Cincin- nati, O. The price was more than double ~he $1~0 a pound bid for "Briaclfff Model" last year. "Campus Idol" weighed 1,144 pounds at sale, and will br~ing its owner, Iowa State college at Ames, ,~3~43Z Who paints the town red at night finds it blue in the morning. Merry Christnmsl OR~BTIIIGS B. REAL ESTATE Black Diamon Penney s Christmas Gift Values Gaymode shadow.clear SILK HOSE om Handk~ are ~hat ~he ~ants this year! ~,~ 3 /~ box 79 "~.~ .. , 25* Women's cotto~ Thiag~ of beauty and of tmefulmms ~./~ ~ or I/nen! Hem- is well--these gift GaFmodes in love. Ik/,*' P~_.~ stitched I Gray, ly dark and medium colors! Chiffont ~ ~.~/~ white or colored witch silk picot top or semi.~'vtce ~ ~ emb. corners.+ With mercerized top & ~ole, 8~.I~P~ ! . Pen-Pencil Ollt SET Duri~m point! 98c For Men! Pearl or mottled grain with gold plat- ed mountings! Grand values ! Best o/ Gift-Shirt 'tTowncraft,, Finest Preshrunk *1.4 Any man would be proud to own "Towneraft"!Hand cut to ~wn exacting standards. Only nest all-combed broadcloths, smartest colors. Whites. fancies.14-1 Don't Fail to Visit Our Toy Depa LarSe DOll ~srrlage Very Sturdy! ~m~.~~ s4.98 Will hold 2g-i~ dolll Reclining backt Handle 26-in. High. Otlurrs $1.N ~1 TOT'S PLAY CHAIR Comlond4el ~|ne quality and Well made. Ivory, green or maple! Seat 9-in. from floorl T~ibl~.#k~! TOqPII PLAY TABIb]~ St*,'d~y ~del F/ni~hed in ma- pi~, ~ or |vJry-~ Top is. 14x20-1n t 17~ Idght CSaV, O~a Little RED CHAIRS For r+.y rotor . Blackboards Electric Train SETM 25" ~~ For Kiddies! ,~, ~ Completel~ ~ronglymad~ "+~ 98c s3.9 19~ high, with ~ Easet type, with Engine and 8 8 x 2 x. 9% roll chart, chalk, .~~ freight cars, ca~ seat. Brightly eraser, drop- boose. Ineludel colored. Values ! leaf. 42 ~ ? high. ' transformer, and Others 25c apt 8 p~ of trackl Ke~, Ne~ TOY ~|T SET Safety BLOCK SETS 0 ql '"+u 25*e.b% A - B - C, Cube, Pal-mot, 8unkea Letter blocks, - Safe colors, roun&d eonm~ wheels. Bright red enamel. B~I- Radio COUPE AUTO x ~ With Lights! -/+ - s1,98 Plays tube when rumble seat is [~ opened. Front and rear l~ht~. Bott,.ry ~c. etee~ Dump TaU~S Wtth l~gmjs! Nearly 20 inehe~ Iongl Dumps just like big trucks. Electric lig]~ts ! Bm'~,'y $c Brougham w~ L~ges! 12" rubber "wheels. ~ttter~s 5c BLUg BlitDRA~glt " ,~, ~ ~20" Lemg/.;: ~ r~esrs lined .-Z, Feaerg A Do~ SHOT GUN~: Inc. + + , , ++ : .