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December 27, 1934     Golden Valley News
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Chair. Well. a lot of also big tournament was played Asbury rockers to other ta- was increased accord- B A~ that same tournament there pug dog ) e a luncheon has will car Ago--And Now Christmas of 1988 was i happy one fo~'Bruno Hauptmann and his wife as it was the ~rut for their UGh, Mai~riad. Christmas of 1984 tree~ at4o1~ which led to the temporary farm life, ae, w~th~mlding of the certificate. SO, at a r~ r by the TOy as~mela- ~Ottrt upheld a dis- rUlL,~ vacating a tempo- order granted" to O. Sathre on : THE BEACS. N. D.. UVANCE CARLYLE AND ~OUTH VALLEY Christmas Greetings to the Ad- vance and its force and each of its readers. A Happy New Year to all is the sincere greeting from the Carlyle correspondent. Roy. Oisvold of Beach held Luth- eran services at Cattle Sunday. Irene Stryzwski of Beach spent the week end with relatives at Car- lyle. Duiane Fulton and Dorothy Me- line who attended teachers college at Billings, arrived Friday for the l holiday vacation at home The Xmas program at Carlyle school Saturday evening was a de- cided success. A fine program and Santa arrived to distribute the candy, nuts and gifts to all the kid- dies. We are indeed pleased to hear that Mr. Cushing is improving and hope he continues to gain. This means a brighter Christmas to his family. The Ollle grade, Offley and Bar- ry schools held a combined Christ-i mas program at the U. B. churchI basement in Ollie Friday evening. I A pleasant evening was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Mlnnehan and Miss Lethi! left for Missoula Saturday on a two weeks vacation. Mr. Scellty to Helena, ~Mont, and Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hammond and families were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dennis, Sunday, Miss Emerson, teacher of the Fro- singer school gave an interesting Christmas program Friday evening. Mr .and Mrs. Gee. Hammond, Mr. America s lfl- all, however. and Mrs. Alfred Scheffer missed ~e Hauptmann in Flemlng~on~ N. $,, Ja~ Waiting trial as the slayer out in attending the Jolly Old Lindbergh baby, and his wife and son in a nearby boarding Whist club at the Covert home in hough i1~n~ng their Chrlstmas alone, . y~ Oolva Saturday evening. The first , ~ one to miss in a long time much to t our regret. M00HE A UR[D ' I dHIaIWbLH, UO left Saturday for Minnesota points , ] ....... vv to spend the ho~tdays. ~t2:e~:~:Ulda~te of election = o:i~)ei' i. ]little] (Contlnuedfamily HefrmwasVaSethoroughly tdaughter and Harry Funk' Jr'' wereno) t Mr. and Mrs." John Tschida and n aI real Santa Claus, and we are thor-~pleasant afternoon callers at the ..... , i Scheffer home Sunday At [h~ same time the court open- /real Santa Claus, ana we are mu~ ~ ed the way to complete .,settlement oughly convinced that the Chrtstma~ Mr. and Mrs. Eber Blake visited ot the ~ qUestion of Moodies qualifl- Spirit smiled more benignly upon at Hans Anderson's home Thursda~ this little group in appreciation of evening. their kindly act. Christmas for this Eithel Still arrived home from child was made a happy event Dillon, Mont., this week to spend her through the kind help of others, vacation. Christmas'in 1934 was made equal- Elliot Plummer, Roland Schrader, l y happy for many children in, our Alex Stryzwski and Ed. Dumbrosk, CCC boys from ~0rthern Montana homes here in GOlden Valley county arrived at Ol~t~ ~d Carlyle the past through the toy collection project Week for ~ ViS~ "voted in Minnesota in re- governor have lived In the state five years before his election. of the st~te-wlde ," the to hear and determine who probably would become governor if Moodle iS disqualified, be a l~1~ty to: ready to file our tion in quo warranto t w" om0r~ commeL however, ind~ated that a~- tion might be delayed until after inauguration. (Continued from pare one) Canadian grain as in the entries show from all other Bonus ~ to ~ding paid bY the GI4~A seeds from this North Dakota ranked is listed the names growers. to h~s ow- in oompetttlon with exhibitors from '~." ~ ,the ex~hibitors in ~om- other exhibitors in sponsored by the American Legion: To say the response was generous is Mrs. LeRoy Moline and Mrs Ed. Novak accompanied Tom Ft~ton to t~ ~t it mildly. Toys of every des- Beach Thursday. crlptlen poured into the Court House until the Court Room resem- Mrs. A. Scheffer was guest of Mrs. bled very closely the toyland base- Melvin Lurid Tuesday afternoon at merit of a large department store, the U. B. Ladies Aid Christmas par- We will, not attempt to enumerate ty held at the home of Mrs. C. R. here all the different types Of toys Stewart. The home was prettily collected, but let it suffice to say decorated. Each guest and member that there was something to appeal upon arrival was presented with a heart of every child, number and each person bringing a gift. Contest, stunts and Jig-saw ~hre~ ineii, Working under the di- puzzles were played and Christmas reck/on of William Carew, recrea, son~s were sung,~A lar~-boR wrap- tlonal director of the county, were ped in. holly paper Wa~ t~n brecht kept busy several days repairing the forward wlt~t Streamers bearing toys which had suffered at the nt~l~f~ Upon each hanging from hands of their former ow~e~, It out side and in r~tlphabetical order Wha~ & bit Of Wire, a Delightful presents they proved to ~it hal~mer and tacks Delightful present they proved to do in resur, be. The ladles then restoring to new life a with covers laidon each for doll, a crippled toy with the cutest gum headless dog or a horseless cards one can imagine. carriage, freshments were served : .The ladies of the sewing unit, un- the guests del~rted. der the supervision of Mrs. R. E. a wonderful Arnold, might have been ~erved merit. The busily engaged in making little gal-- C. M. Fulton, (7. R. merits not for the stork, but for Lurid and LeRoy complimented on glrl, ed program. wardrobe is as hnportant as Roy Oearey bride's trousseau. South Dakota the Ohfldren in forty homes of ftue vis/t with county received Christmas pack- Wilbur ages of toys from this drive. Chil. visitor at dren in hundreds of additional Thursday homes are happier today because Mr, and they contributed their part in bring- daughter were at the Their of- for and Claude vab Wednesday. Mrs. Ed. Novak bridge Friday tables and several ed. Delicious ice r~d out so successfully th/s year were served, but a forerunner of better Mr. and Mrs. Earl Minor in years to come, better for Melvin Hartse were shopping mWhunitote~arted cooperatlor~ in corn- Olendive Wednesday. projects, better in a greate~ After several years of absence sense of community Clms, Bletso, former barber of Car- for community welfare, better lyle, surprised his many friends by bringing into actual practh~e the arriving f~r a visit on Tuesday. spirit of the teaching of the Golden Eddie Peterson motored out to the Rule. H. Kinseys home Friday to cut Miss On behalf of the children of the Eva's hair. MelVin Hartse accom- cour~y, wewish to extend our hearty panied him to fiX up the radio. thanks and congratulations to The Carlyle ~ommunity extends American Legion and American Le- i~ h~ felt ~ympathy to the ~)ouglas family ~and relatives in ~e in which this part of the redden death of Ernest and Glen was carried out. also due to Mr. Carew and Mont, ~t:Monday, creational workers for tance. Ernest was born in North The Clothing and furniture I)akot~:in November, I902 and Glen was born on .the farm Carlyle, but was unable to was twenty years of the oldest of 12 T~I~RgDAY, DECEMBER 27 Huey Recalls, Rotten Eggs and 'rakes Over City ~ercfsing despotic powers, Senator Huey (King- fish) Long of Louisiana, virtually has the city of Alexandrm, La., m his grasp following the action 'o/tl~ state legislature, at his order, in ousting the '~T. administration of Alexandria. New officials of the city, where Long once was the target fol~ stink bombs and rotten eggs .when he atttempte4J to make a political speech, were to be named byi Gov. O. K. Alien, henchman of Long. The legish~~ .ture also swept away. local self-government, 1935 PRICE RATE ON FARM SEEDS IS GIVEN Prices at which the adapted and superior varieties of seed held by the Agricultural Adjustment admin- istration as a seed conservation measure will be sold to farmers have been anncunced. The seeds will be distributed to North Dakota grow- ors as flat prices, based on actual cost of the seed as grain, plus handl- ing, cleaning and storage charges. The following sale prices to the farmer for seed grain available from distributing agencies in counties during December and January are: Springwheat, marquis and Ceres varieties, per bu ....... $1.35 Durum wheat, all varieties. per bu ...................... $1.60 Malting barley, all varieties per bu ...................... $1.35 Feed barley, Trebi variety Per bu ...................... $1.10 Oats, white and yellow, early and midseason vat., per bu...$ .75 Flax, per bu .................. $2.35 "As a result of the work to prevent the loss of specially adapted var- ieties of grain seed thru processing~ mixing and feeding, the AAA has bought the following supplies of seeds: Spring wheat, 5,050,000 bu- shels; durum wheat, 1,150,930 bnsh- elS~ malting 'barley, 1,000,930 bush- els;~ feect barley, 700,000 bushels: white and yellow oats, 8,000,000 bushels; red oats, 1,500,000 bushels; flax, 400,000 bushels. According to farm seed surveys made by county agents under the direction of H. O. Putman. in charge of the seed stocks program in the state, the following amounts of seed are needed in North Dakota: Hard spring wheat, 3,115,470 bushels; dur- um wheat, 544,750 bushels; barley, 2,024,250 bushels; oats. 2,386500 b~b~hels;, flax, 283,850 bushels. "Orders for seed will be taken in- 1 ' mediate y, Putnam said. "The man who orders his seed is insuring him-~ self of seed for next year's planting. However, he must be able to finance such a purchase either thru a seed a C.M. Fulton and Mrs. Hilmer of Carlyle. The near relatives Howard Dou- glas, father, siX Alice, Fran- cis, Pearl. Edith, and Hester, three brothers, George, Wayne and one whose name were unable One aunt, of Chino, Wash:, one Douglas of lived many years and the boys here We again to those left to be a miracle was up of a car driven by Wednesday evening. five Ollie boys were Golva to play basket an icy place in the road near the Martin car left the road and over in the ditch again on its wheels. The damaged considerably, but miracle was that none were except for a few scratches. Everett Stuart and Charley Bletso were callers at the Henry Kinsey home on Friday. mroute ball and south of , lean or a cash purchase. The gov- ernmenL expects ~o supply sufficient seed to protect orders but if a severe seed shortage should occur it may be necessary to allow less than the original amount requested. "The government has hard wheat in the form of Ceres and Marquis. The durum wheat is largely of the Mindum variety, purchased" from Canada. Wc can safely say that the wheat is of fine quality and probably better than the average seed sold on North Dakota farms. The malting barley is mostly Man- chm-ia-Oderbrucker~ Wisconsin 38, Velvet, Odessa and O. A. C. 21. Oats will be offered as midseason or early oats, but not on a variety basis. The flax is almost entirely the Bison variety." The state extension service has been informed that all of the seed stocks held have been inspected by the bureau of plant industry and have been cleaned and ~raded under supervision of that bureau. HONOR ROLL All pupils who nave an average of 90 percent or above in scholarship and at least 90 percent in deport- ment are placed upon the Honor Roll of the Beach Public Schools. This report is for the Secon Sstx Weeks, ending November 2~. t924, Second Grade: Keith Pierzina.. Third Grade: Edmund Kukowski, Fourth Grade: Betty Burris, Beb- hie Edkins, Nancy Nyman. Fifth Grade: Patrieia Bradley, Jerry Haistead. Sixth Grade: Ruth Cafferty, Mar- ian Oeyer, Eleanore Farstveet. Seventh Grade: Billie Edkins. Sub-Freshmen: Rosemary Beck- Icy, 93 1-5; Donald Trinklein, 93 4-5; Vernon Hathaway, 90 1-5; Ro- bert Peterson, 92 3-5. Freshmen: Lydia DunUer, 90 3-5; Karl ~r~nenberg, 91 4-5; Signi Fosjor~93 1-5; Russell Sorenson, 90 3-5; Ruth Fritze, 91 3-5; Andrew Vanvig, 91; Mary Ethel Gilman, 93 4-5. Sophomore: Mary Jane Alguire, 93 1-2; Charles Meyer, 91 3-5; Sid- ney Livermore, 90 3-5; Janet Lovell, 94 1-5. Junior: Vexyle Horr, 93 1-5; Merle Lovell, 9~ 4-5; Bonita Fritze, 90 3-5; Dorothy Thompson, 95; Alma Buld- haupt, 95 1-5; Raymond 91 3-5; Enola Lassell, 92 3-5. i Senior: Mervin Rustad, 90 I-9;I Elenore Livermore, 90 4-5; Frank] Dykens, 94; Katherine Moran, 91 1-5 Bruce Hathaway, 91; Olive Mey- er, 93 1-3; Shirley Herr 91 2-5; Don1 aid West. 90 3-5; Lawrence Ku- kowski, 92; Mary Zellar, 90. CORRECTION The information published in this paper that Shy Osterhout was in- stalled as Worshipful Master of the Masons at their last meeting was in error as Mr. Osterhout is vast Wor- shipful master. Stener Ekre was installed worshipful master. Also, due to a t~phleal error, the word "pilot" was used instead of tiler. The Advance sincerely regrets these errors l~ the Masonic item week. |n we many gratitude and The Potato It was in the Seventeenth cen- tury that the potato was adopted by the Irish as a great food staple. Sun Losee Much Suhetanco The sun loses 250,000,000 tons of its substance in the form of radia- tion every minute. January Program BI]OLi TitF TRl[ TUESDAY 1 -- WEDNESDAY 2 "Bulldog Drummond Strikes Back" Cast: RONALD COLMAN, LORETTA YOUNG, V~ A RN E R 0 LA N D~ CHARLES BUTTERWORTH UN~. MERKEL. A brilliant film" excel- lently acted by a well nigh perfee* cast. Unusually entertaining. COmedy THUBS. 3---FBL 4---Sat Mat. SA 'Gentlemen Are Bo A timely and compelling st( vital social problem: "Just r College." FRANCHOT TONE his most able performance. FORAN, JEAN MUIR, MAR LINDSAY and ANN DVOIR SUN, 6=-- MON. 7--TUES "The White Pm'a e Cast: LORETTA YOUNG, "JOHI~ BOLES. DOROTHY WILSON. MUR- IEL KIRKLAND. Here is a pictuee. you will long remember. Of all the pictures about nurses this"~s by far~ the finest. It- Is honest, enter-- tainlng, bursting with drama, hu- mor and Datbos. Com~ly. WEDNESDA~ 0---~HUR~DAY ]tO 66 " 99 I Sell Anything Cast: PAT O'BRIEN. ANN DVORK OLAIRE DODD, ROSCOE KRANS." An amusing comedy that makes ~or- good entertainment. Technicolor FRL II--SAT "The Out" Cast: MAUREEN ARNOLD story the all-1 romance C]ba~He Reel GAR]80 more real or compelling. Iq[~RBERT M~kR- sHALL and GEORGE BRENT are outstanding in the purrs as are JEAN HERSHOLT and CECILIA., PARKER. Hodd-Kelly Comedy. , - . BOB STEELE in an exciting clean Western. Will Rogcr~ in ~eeel~ Holland." Comedy. FRL ~--sA'r. 5~$, Sat. Mat. ' "Music In the Air" Cast: GLORIA SWANSON, JOH]~ BOLES. DOUGLASS MONT(}OM~RY~ JUNE LANG A charming musical, gay with laughter and rich wlth song. ~edlf--~Ne~ SUN. ~--MON. ~--~u~. ~ , autumn