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Beach, North Dakota
January 29, 1931     Golden Valley News
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January 29, 1931
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JANUARY 29, ID I THE BEACH. N. D., ADVANCE , . PAGE Fr~ .......... q "~! and daughter were Sunday guests{day from his visit to the Tw~ tlRIEF NEWt~ /at the John Kukowski home in thisl Cities, C[M[T[RY bSLL0Pllile' Bismarck, Jan. 27--The success signatures to a petition to refer the .... -=--- --:-:-~J==:- Mrs. Elizabeth Hollstein has been of the Jamestown boosters in st- matter to a vole in March, 1932. Mrs ()rpha Bla,, is/~luite dck/quite sick, but is mending rapidly. ( curing signatures to their petition Those in the know say the posi- with tt e flu. 'J ..... | John Raisler'sson Gordon lsl [[NTIO~ lO N[[D for the removal of the state capital Lion of the Leaguers is not because ~ All Lflls due~rare payabe at]quite sick. I from Bismarck to Jamestown by the rank and file of the Nonpart- the Be u h ~lt~l~ 3: lop. Edith ~ ;t ar- / Thursday M rning initiation of a constitutional isans are against Bismarck, but be- renber~er. ~ 39-1t| MASONIC DANCE I amendment to that effect has caus- cause the holding off of this block w Mr. Albert Thompson returned| -- I -- Last TH[R[ " considerable discussion in the of votes may come in handy in it die off hand. Friday from attending the Lumber-| Sunset Lodge No. 88, will give aI Week We~k legislative chambers. Bismarck dictating an agreement on the way [he bi L oveiin men's convention at Minneapolis. | dance at the Masonic Temple on{Northern wheat ..... $ .55 $ Y~I has had introduced bills for the the state shall be redistricted for m [eal e t, 15 ce ' r Mrs. Granet and new son left/ Friday evening, February 6th, ,fo~Winter wheat ........ 48 .418 creation of a capital commission the legislature and for congress- in gel era order ~lu Wednesday from the Beach hospi- which all Masons and ti~eir/f~m-IDurum wheat ........ 4~ and for appropriations approxi- men, and it perhaps has a bearing more talk. The bill was recom- tal for their home. lilies, Stars artd their esc~s, De-~Rye ............... 15 1~ mating two million dollars, most of on other legislation, This kiDd of mended for passage by the comn~- Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Hollstein|Molays and t~e Ralnb~M~glris areIFlax .............. 1.2~ LI~ which is already on hand, and an- trading, i,t will be remembered ittee as a matter of economy, but and J. H. Ulfers motored to Dick-Ihereby invite~ Dan~g will corn-|Oats ................ 16 .15 other bill to repair what was known these letters predicted long ago. friends of sheriffs didn't care much inson Thursday on a business trip. t mence at 9 o'~locl~Mharp, and close I Eggs ................ 18 as the House annex so that state , According to press disp.'tches to- for economy when friends are hurt Mrs. George Nutter entertained at 12:30, afte~ ~Ich refreshraents|Butter ............. 23 .~ offices may be reestablished there, day the Nonpartisans in ;he~legis- by it and forced the bill into the the Missionary club at her home l will be served~ive piece orchestra ICream ............. ,22 If these bills pass by a two-thirds ]~ture declare a large m:dority of committee of the whole (general Thursday when an interesting{will furnish %he music. Commit-|~_R.~[ T majority it will compel the James- them are for keeping the ~apital at orders.) This bill also reduces sher- meeting was held and a very fine tee. 39-2tI town fellows to get signed 30,000 Bismarck and that they do not in- iff's railroad mileage to 10 cents a lunch enjoyed. / voters to a petition requiring the tend to try use the capit~l bill for mile, which is seven cents above Mr. Baulhusen of OIendive drove AN APPRECIATION l matter to be referred to the voters trading stock, actual cost. at the next general election, which The bill prohibiting hair dressers down to Beach on business Thurs-I will be March, 1932, when presi- It will be unfortunate for the from cutting or singeing hair was day. . | We appreciate the patronag~v-~ Dr. and Mrs. ~Iorr:s drove tO]en us incident to the opelgng of, Weather report for thewee~ dential electors, etc. are elected, western part of the slate if it killed in the house on the recom- Williston Friday morning as a re-lthls care. In turn we ~rve 0nlylending January 28, 7 p. m. otherwise the commission and ap- should lose the capital ju.~L because mendation of the committee, o sult of a telephone call stating that ] the best of foods at ~l~ices unus- / Max. Min PreciD, its Iocgtion was made t. shuttle- tivePrpriatinat once.bills will become effee- cock by thepoliticians, without Representative Lamb of this dis- Mrs, Morris' uncle was seriouslY[uaqy low Wit~ a ~A~nuation of!January 22 .... 37 26 If,. on the other hand, the bills ~n~ideratin ~o the welfare of the Lrict has a bill that re-enacts the ill. They have since returned.. ]thc present volUmed'of bus'mess we/January 23 .... 47 31 for ~he commission and appropria- state as a whole, and the prob~h~c hw providing for refund by the Mrs. Lewis Zeilsdorf is n umDer-}guarantee that Jg/(~ality and prices!January 24 .... 44 30 .03 Lions for the new building do not loss of in the neighborh)od ~:; r ~ ,~t~ hail department to hail tax edamong the sick tbls wee~.. ]will be mainta~ed. Black Hawk i January 25 .... 41 21 get a two-thirds majority in both million dollars the state now h~ !tu' :~h~:~rs and persons paying hail frescos Woodhull's son, Ver] naS lcafe 39-1t.!January 26 .... 43 30 .0~ an infection on his head but i@l ' January 27 .... 44 24 wou!dhUses'havetheto getJamestwnT,000 signersPepleto a invested::nd Bismarck in bui]dh-:~ t~:.:~:;, ~-.~ for which they were not improving nicely. I "VARIETY DANCE" AT YATES January 28 .... 47 34 ~ b~]l to m~-e effective ~e "-'~:- ~'~ Fowler primary bill assumes Charles Zeilsdorf is laid up witht Hall S,~turdav January 31 Good J. CLAYTON RUSSELL, 34 US is in danger of being petition ~o submit the matter ~o , , ]~ ,.~ ~ ~,r,,~,,- ~v. a =, ~-tion of major importance, the sickness. , music eats. 39-]p Cooperative Observel', the people. But even in the e~