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Beach, North Dakota
December 19, 1935     Golden Valley News
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To those whose friendship has meant so much to us we extend the Season's Greetings. HARRIS BROS. BARBER SHOP f - L .... r I -- ~.l(-4(.~ 4t~-X.,I@tHIt~.Yr@.tt4H(.-IHF~,I~.I~4(-It Trotters News Mrs. Hodgin returned from Bis- marck Saturday. where she had been for a second examination by doctors. They say that with care she will get along fine at home andwill not have to return for future treatment. H. H. Burchette. Amos G~sho and John Vinquist were Beach shoppers on Saturday. Mrs. O. K. Omely went to Bismarck last week where she expected to n- dergo a major o~ration one day this week. Mr. C. H. Callender went to Beach ~Vednesday to bring his wife and in- fant son home. J. R. Andre and A. J. Nellermoe took trukeys to Beach Wednesday to ~ell to Mandan Creamery Co. Elbert Nelsod returned after having ~pent three weeks assistlng at the Lloyd Callender farm. ii i,i Do You Need-- Cards Labeb Tickets Posters Blotters Envelopes Statements Letterheads Hand Bills Printed Forms SEE US ~_ For A , $- VC CHRISTMAS "Georgia Portia, pudding and pie, Kissed the girls and WHICH was very reprehensible of that genial Mother Goose character, but, after all, a good deal of latitude should be allowed the boys around the holidays. Perhaps he might even be con- tent with these Yuletide Kisses :" Beat the whtt,~s of tour eggs until stiff but nat too dry. Fold in one cup sugar, one teaspoon almond flavor and one cup canned moist cocoanut, Drop by small spoonfuls on an un, greased brown paper. Decorate tops with tiny red and green can- dies or with fine candy shot in mixed colors. Bake in a very slow oven at 250 ffegrees for forty- five minutes. A Holiday Pudding ~teamed ~hocolate Pudding: Cream two tablespoons butter and one-half cup sugar, and add one well-beaten egg. Add one and a quarter squares melted chocolate. Sift together one and an eighth cups flour, two teaspoons baking powder and one-eighth teaspoon salt, and add alternately with one- fourth cup evaported milk com- bined with one-fourth cup water. Pour into a well-greased tube cake tin or a pudding mold, and cover tightly with an oiled paper or a regular cover. Steam one and a half hours. Turn out and serve with the following sauce: Raisin and 2Vut ~auce: Cook one-half cup seedless raisins in one cup water until plump and the water entirely absorbed. Cream one-half cup butter with made them cry . . ." Mix until smooth one tablespoon flour and one tablespoon water, add one cup boiling water and cook till thick and creamy, then add to the creamed butter and sugar. Add the raisins and one- half cup chopped vacuum packed walnuts, and flavor with brandy or vaJallla, as desired. Serves eight, Mince Pie Traditional Minced pie is traditional at Christmas dinner, so let's give Georgie this Deltotou~ Mince Pie: IAne a pie tin with pastry and pour in half the contents of a 1-pound can mincemeaL Slice two bananas and spread over next, sprinkle with one-fourth cup sugar, then add the rest ot the mincemeat. Pour over one-fourth cup fruit syrup from canned pears, pine- apple or apricots, and cover with top crust. Bake thirty minutes in a hot---d25 degree--oven. Makes one pie. Or, if Georgie has cast an envi- ous eye on that other Mother Goose character, the Queen of Hearts, who is addicted to tarts, he can still get his mincemeat in these Brandied Mincemeat ~'arts: Turn the contents of two 1-pound c~tus mincemeat into sauce pan and cook gently for four or five minutes. Remove from fire and add one-half cup brandy. Mean- while, have tart tins lined with rich pastry, fill with the hot mince- meat and cover with upper crust. Bake in a hot--425 degree--oven for from fifteen to twenty minute. OUR WISH TO YOU Greetings From Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Stone WE WISH TO THANK OUR PATRONS FOR THE PAST YEARS BUSINESS H. B. Lovell Imp. Co. The McCormick-Deering Line A Merry Chr'mtmasand a Happy Prosperous New Year to all our Friends and Patrons is our Sincere Wish. Dainty Klmemlws F~ Womb! 10" .,.,i Sheer linen ker- chiefs, in white with touches of embroidery and applique, too! t Rayon Undies Exlus~e ,whh Penn~/d, ~.~.-,~ , --~, ~" ~!~.~ Bloomers, shorts, p~ti~, briefs, ~epins. All expertly made in every detail! Trimm~ effectively with lace ~r embroi- dery. Smartly tailored stylu! Give "True Blue" BOYS' SHIRTS T/m C/,,~m,. Fine, fast color percales, broad- cloths, cham- brays. Full cut to Our standards .. all fast eel- or, 12 to 14~. Blouses, too! Newest, Fancy Patterns.~ Men's SOCK~ A "'P~r~or~i" Gi# tar HIM' .... 15"- You'll want to give him a half dozen pai~s! Colorful. handsome styles! Rayon plaited over cela- nese! Double sole! Values~ .... vn'ig ........ De 19 Open e e n s from Thursday, c. to Monday night Dec. 23, till 9 o'clocl . ;rATE AAA POTATO ] GOMMITTEE NAMEO( "ll' Five North Dakota Potato growers have been named to the state potato committee to assist in putting the potato adjustment program into ef- fect. Announcement of the organiza- tion was made last week ~ollowlng three meetings in the state at Graf- ton. Carrington, and Arnegard which were attended by A. E. Mereker. chief of the potato section. On the committee are Andrew Rob- hie,-Cavalier; Leonard Kriewald of Carr[ngton, Oscar Hagen. Watford City; Stanley Ganslee, St. Thomas and Peter McLachlen, Hunter~ E. J. Haslerud of the NDAC extension ser- vice, was named state otato agent, and will supervise the work of de- termiaing county and individual al- lotments. Mr. Mercker says that North Dak. eta can produce a 1936 potato crop ot9,200,000 bushels under its faX-ex. erupt allotment of 4,974.000 bushels. Many growers, he believes, do not understand that the sales allotments are being made on the basis of past sales of potatoes and not on the rec- ords of past production. North Dak. eta has produced an average crop of 7.769,000 bushels for the years 1929- 1934. During that time actual sales of potatoes for the state have aver- aged about 4,040.000 bushels or 52 percent of the total average product- ~on. The difference represents pro- duction in the state normally used for seed, consumed at home. waste, potatoes fed and potatoes unfit for seed or feed. The potato act does not attempt to regulate the quantity which may be sold tax free. Only growers wish- ing to sell potatoes need to apply for a sales allotment. .fill- Mr. and Mrs. J. R. AJ~dre were shopping In Beach Monday, Mrs. Wm. Doyle and sons were Beach callers Th~lrsday. Help I(idne Maybe He I~ Right "Folks go flshln'," said Uncle Eben, "and at ]east gets de reputation of herin' a good time when day IS mebbe ,, L Jes slttln' an' thlnkln' things over dnt dey's too mad to talk about." i Like a warm, handclasp our thoughts at this Holiday 8ea- ton reach out .to you in wish- Ing you all the joyousness of the Christmas Season. El Asker Now Waste Near Cairo, EgYpt, once ~rtood ]Bi Askar, built in 750 by Sule~man as his capital. It Is BOW a deSolate wam~ SGHROEI)ER HAROWARE We Extend Best Wishes When all the good wishes e~- Presaed by your ;rtenda have been summed u~--just rernem~ oer that our withes may come true, Golden Rule Store J. P. Thill, Prop. Year after year it's the same old greeting, but time makes that greeting no less sincere, and so we again send our message wishing you a Merry r ] Christmas and an Abundant Happiness. Gee. McClellan REAL ESTATE RENTALS & INSURANGE~ +.+~ +