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Beach, North Dakota
February 12, 1931     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACH. :N. D.. ADVANCB World's Largest Dirigible Nears Completion PAGE %~EB CARLYLE -Mrs. A. E, Scheffer, Reporter HARTSE WEDDING Randash. Pearl Hartse. and Mrs. Laurance Har~se me- to Glendive Tuesday, where former couple were happily The young people need introduction, as Miss Pearl was in Carlyle and is the eldest of Mr. and Mrs. Pete while George Randash. in the Golva community, for the past year or more has charge of the Farmers Elevat- at Carlyle, where everyone who met him has liked and respect- very much. newlyweds motored to the of George's parents, near for a few days. returning where in the evening gave to their many friends a free wedding dance and sup- People from Beach, Wibaux. Golva and the surrounding were Present a~d everyone ljoved themselves I am sure Land join in wishin~ Mr. and Mrs. a ~rosperous and happy edded life. They will beuir house- ~eping SOon in the living rooms the elevator. SUnday school attendance Feb- 8th. Was fiftv-one. Rev. Gis- of Beach held Lutheran ser- following. Christian Endear- was held in the evening. The The world's largest dirigible, ttle Akron, which is being c.nstructcd f-r 1he navy '~t the Goodyear Zep- pelin factory at Akron, Ohio, is rapidly nearing completion, the huge 7(; f.ot nose having recently been put in place. This photograph shows the metal skeleton of the airsi]ip. "What is implied in God as Father.,, Miss Kathryn Swan- I .......... - ....- .......-[Mrs. Welch, Mrs. Larsen, Mrs. Pet- .~, .... i erson and Mrs. Kreitinger, who b/uLYA I speak highly of their good time Lorcna Hurd, Reporter i Mr. Frank I-Iaigh and d~-~ughter, .......... ]Mrs. Moody, were shopping in Gol- ........ ]va Saturday. Mr. Ernie Schmitz and Mr. Gee. Ed Rsndash visited his parents Wosepka were business visitors at at Mohall North Dakota last week Dickinson Friday. having motored there with his Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fasching and family and Father Lack were Sun- day dinner guests at the Jack Fasching home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ton~ Bares and family and Miss Ida Gearey at- tended the show in Beach Friday night. Orris Gearey who has been out of school for a year and a half on ac- count of sickness is now attending school a~ Golva. All his friends are glad to seeOrris back with them again, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lorenz were visitors a~ the Frank Kreit- inger home Sunday. Miss Ida Gearey spen~ the week end at the home of Miss Leona Bares. A number of people from Golva attended the surprzsc party given an Mr: and Mrs. Jim. Hardy Sat- urday night. The evening was spent in dancing old time dances. Mr. Theodore Maanum and Tony Barthel furnished the music. All those there reported a good time. Mr Frank Bares was a Sentinel Butte visitor Friday Mrs. William Meyer was a Golva visitor Friday. Wliliam Kremers of "Berkey has been remodeling the inside of his .... their respective birthdays on those: cf doing so. "If a first you don't house. well know dates { ~ucceed, try, try again." Mrs. Jess Page is getting along boaS Conductedleader' Theby Ed.neX~Peterson.meeting'; TROTTERS The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Marvil Nelson spent Friday night nicely from her recent accident-- m U._B. Ladies Aid met with 5Its. J. F. Crook, ReporterAlvin Leland has been quite in tat the Ben Russell home. He call- getting her arm in a power wringer. C. t~. Stewart Thursday af-~ .............. with a severe cold. We trust that led at the Crook home on Saturday Mrs. A. M. Peterson. Mrs. Ed. con and a large number of ~ she will soon recover. ] forenoon to make inquiry about Fisher. and Mrs. Wallace Page vis- Lbers and Visitors were presentI DANGEROUS PLAYTHING Mildred err accompanied Ray some calves which he has been ited Mrs. Henrietta Sheen Thurs- Mrs~ Stewart served a "fi~e'While la m I Tasker to Beach on Saturday. I hunting for several days. day, who is staying for the present h. The next mo~H ........ p y g with a B. B. gun ~ Mildred err and Ray Tusker at-I Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Franklin and at the home of her son Ed. ch 5thW____ttb -.--o~'~"~,-, w m ~e Ernest. and Graham err and Nor- ~ tempted to go to Beach on Thurs-IMr. Nels Nelson were Sunday din- Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Hurd of ~.. ~cne~-, wlle Lawhead managed to get in- ] day, but had gone only a few miles ] ner guests a the J. F. Crook home. Rhame spent Saturday and Sunday m. Tom Quale ~n~er~ained .... the[I jured,not workingthe otherproperly,day. TheandgUnwouldWasiwhen the front spring of the truck] The Win. Reichert family were at the W. W. Page home in Golva. ~ral Loan annual meeting at sometimes shoot without the tag-]broke. They returned home, and i Sunday visitors at the Joe err Mr. and Mrs. Chris Johnson were home Thursday at a twelve ]Ray repaired the truck and made]home. Beach visitors Monday. Mr.ekandlUnchenMrs Le ..... gerend bemgof Ernest'sPUlled" finger.Once it ThenSht the]twoit trips to Beach on Friday. I We are sorry to say that Elmer Miss Gladys Fahlstrom was an u ~orosm were shot Graham s hun and the s ] Mildred err returned to the Ben I err is not enjoying very good health overnight guest at the Theodore ',ark TUesda " " " o d ho[~Olson home on Friday. She has l this winter. Maanum home Saturday. nner guests of Mr and Mrs R ~s still 1 d ed there Later it s Mr Y" g ]been vising at the Tusker home] Mrs. Louis Fasching and daugh- and Mrs Ri^~- ...... .Norville in his hand. However, by erna ~ch,~o,. ~,,~ru ~'mner ann poulticing the wound the shot washduring the wee'.:. ] Bert Kreeger must be going toter Loretta and Ed: Nistler were ..... mu~oreu over ~ofinall , ] Mrs. Ben Olson has been on the I take in washings now, we see his Beach shoppers Saturday. ~ore ~chefferv t. farm ,~a~uraay ~ ....... Ior a y removed. Thess nogUnone~S now i sick list for a few days. ] A real social event took place at t. ~ de~t~Ye~ sOj%yg~, wash- investing in a brand new else] The snow storm on Friday re-] board, the Theodore Maanum home Sat- Mr and Mrs. Clair Harp had J ~-~'ntal Work done at Beach Thurs- [minded us that this is February in- ] HEI.~IN~ THE CEMETERY urday night. A delicious luncheon /stead of May or June. ] A very large crowd attended the was served at ten-thirty. Those LADIES AID Mrs Dean A ..... A large crowd attended the We extend congratulations to our ~ meeting of the Scandia Ladies Aid who enjoyed the hospitality of Mrs. -person taught school Miss Varick Tue .... meeting of the South Side Ladies honor roll students, Grace Sperry, l at the There Folkvord home on Maanum were, Mrs. Schaefer, Mrs. ataBlsmarCnd Mrs. sony wni~e she Aid at the home of Mrs. Monroe [Russell McClenahan, Helen Robert-] Sunday. Of course there were Lorenz, Mrs. Madison. Mrs. Han- k. Gasho Several members respond- son and Nell Lawhead. We hope [ oodles of good things to eat and all sen. Mrs. Hurd, Mrs. Page, Mrs. Oscar a " " rson, Mr. a,,,~ ,,nd Albert ed to roll call, and many visitors that more of our Trotters young]enjoyed a very pleasant gime. A Funk, Mrs. Fasching, Miss Hilber, Y and Mi~,"~,_'~r~- henry were present. Mrs. Clell Trollope, folks will make the honor roll next ] collection of eighteen dollars was Miss McPhee. Miss Sperger, Mrs, dinner -ue~.--~,~a -',naerson vice president called the meetin six weeks. We expect it of you,/taken which will be used for the Schmitz. Mrs. Johnson. Mrs. Cam- o o~ ~ ~ar. and Mrs. ' g since we know that you're capable ~ Sunny Side cemetery, eron. Mrs. Davidson, Mrs Tobias, Kinsey of Beach ,~,m~,, to order. Several songs were sung, Delthro,,-^, ^--'~:'."%~" and the Lord's prayer repeated in . ~, ~u~, ~n ugly oruise unison Th While ridin- h ....... ' e secretary's repo.t u~e oac~: ann was read and received approval and cattle, his horse slipped fell on Mr. Delthn~n,o ~ ..... roll call was taken. More songs ' [~ -~"~" rushed to ~nd:::-'-~' t=~" ne were sung and the business meet- ), given me,,,~:~oa_u.,x' wnere ne ing was adjourned. Mrs. W. L. ire was take~" ~-~' an x-ray Kidder invited the ladies to mpet broken. Mr ',',~,- no . pones at her home on March 5th. A del- l to his bed- " '-,u*~norp ]s con- icious lunch consisting of buns, 's. Chas. ~/elso I dressinF, potato salad, pickles, jello, ~ e. ten and Mrs "-" ~:,-Mrs.. Roy f several kinds of cake and the us- ed ~a~p, ~mrk a~- Pal the Woman's club ,~ **,^] beverage, coffee, were then mrs Dome at Ol1~o ~2-~--~ .... ~ i served. When the folks had eaten _,Azalia Hammond "~ a;t~enY~.~ _ i.their fill, they began to make their tnoay Party at th^ ~,:~:~?u a lnomeward departure. We are sure ~me in South Valley~ ~u~r,~meyer Ithat all enjoyed the meeting im- .... ~'~Y" I mensely. a~r~a~:d Mrs. Claude Schouboe~ .d a num.~er of friends onLOAD ~ .... x~Tq'a~v _~Y evemng in honor o ,u^;~ - . ,~= ~,, ....... S :~er, Ire o'~ *`,-,,_- - ~',=,~warmt Nellermoe started for nt were n~vlSr an~any" Those Trotters on Sunday evening with a u a,~rs. Jock load of Bishops. On thi~ ~i~e of ~up, Mr. and Mrs Oscar Lepthe Happy Hollow school 'house he krley Hayden and "n~other Mr~ struck a high center He had to e.n.- Cards were played and a get help in order to move any far- u,cn was served, andall [Miss Iren __ ther and did not reach Trotters of the daye Many happy re- until 10 a. m. Monday morning. Ballard returned from the Mrs. Win. Ware and two children Friday. of Williston visited at the W. E. and Mrs. Prank Schouboo Sperry home a week ago last Sun- mr .and Mrs G~nr~ Mr. and Mrs." Russell Mrs. Bob Stevens was canning atanda 6:30Mr" dinnerand MrSsaturdayBert meat for Flanagan's on Wednesday after which cards were Mr. Flanagan was afraid the meat ~uld spoil during this warm wea- n lunchthankingWas Mr.SerVedandandMrs.all er, and his cook ks still away, so for a very Pleasant even- Mrs. Stevens kindly consented to do the work. Mr. and Mrs. Charley Anthon Leon Burchette is now employed Iam_ily were invited guests foYr on the Ben Russell farm. mr at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Meeks called at the Omley Bosserman Sunday home on Monday enroute to Wi- eenU~lderstand that Bob Tull baux. O. K. Omley and daughter Thel- ne Iarther side of road and ma made a trip to Beach on Tues- etfines even tries running his day, to do some shopping and to on railings or culverts and we take in the sights of the big city. ~ao to hear that he has ac-Ben Russell and Roy Kidder .'dracer.SOme wonderful festivity were sight seeing in Beach a week ago last Saturday. HaroldOlive OwensVarick' DudleyMiss EVaFultonMar- Leon Burchette motored to Beacn Earl Roppe 'drove down to on Tuesday to tarnsact business for VV lto ay taking Miss our Trotters merchant Rev. Roscoe will hold church ser- aown, where she ex- vices at the Trotters school houst to take nurse's training, on February 15th, at the usual Mrs. Calvin Lund returned ~ri- hour. All are invited to attend. from Bozeman, Where she went Several of the Trotters folks seem aezegate for the Beaver Valley R? strationTwo to be afflicte with severe colds, now, namely: W. E. Sperry, Clel] ega~es from this county Trollope and Present Mrs Blllin ..... ~ . children, Kathryn g~on oi ~us~ell and Leo . , county and ~ . ........ n Burchette M.o. *v~arvln I Jan Jonn ~an of Wibaux county Mr~ ~ ,, ...... son has returned wlth ~. -~. ~ ~n~ IOOKlrl C reports a wonderful time and bet he ..... g , hevrolet coach. We ' en}oyed the fine lectur^- , ...... _~-~ nave any cause for ~,.,u-~umeness now, when motoring and Chas Lund motored toabout. Friday to gring her home. Some of our Trot and Mrs. Tony Efta and Mr,~ he ~.~ .... ters ladies seem ~. Lewie Larson attended the of energy~,u~s~e,Wit.h, quite .a. supply s uance at a b,~o ~o,,~,~-,, ,~-~^,-- ~'- ~'~.~.'~-y when tney un- ;. C r~ ......... -~,~ ~u.wam from Beach to , --..wers. zv~rs J ~ Lo-,h Leonar -~ ..... end and _ . d Sanderson enter- Mrs. Ed Pro ^.. . ] Clauae .~un,~ *`~,~,., ....... ~ .... nkhn sp~,t the wee~ ~ u,.~.u~y, u.~ w~u ~n ~eacn then n ay, at a six 0'clack din--^- I*. ..... ~_,_ ,,._ o__ Monday they ,- .- _ ....... **~*. wv~;a** ~*mr l'liKe IOn th,~ ~ ~Unshine society met on]country They had- -::~ -north ' ay With Mrs Ler " . walKeu only -- . oy Moline i about five miles when they were a picnlc lUncheon was served [overtaken br Al Schroed was Played an ' er who of- ~4~ent d a pleasant fered them a ride Needless to guests Present were, Mr. and Claude Lund. Calvin Lund, Stark and Miss Dorothy Mc- Cards were played in the and Mrs, Claude and Calvin and Mrs. Rose Stuart were guests of Everett Stuart on Mrs. Verbst, Miss Edna Verbst Oscar Rogers of Baker were o'clock dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~heroy Moline, Sunday. say they readily accepted his kind invitation and made the rest of their homeward journey in style. I Clarence Omley returned to the Moore ranch on Tuesday, to re- sume his duties there Roy Robertson motored to Beach on Friday. Several of our Trotters citizens are celebrating their birthdays this month. Las~ week, Roy Kidder celebrated his natal day. whi!e Wm Voyen and Mrs. Hodgin made Feb- ruary 12 and 14 [amous by having \ / II ## T says Hot ",--but ;s ;t? If the hot water faucet is backed by an autemmt c gas water heater--it certainly ;s hot! P;pin hod It means hot wite whenever you want it.,. instantly ... for baths, d;shwash;ng, laundering. Let us show you how this end many other uses of natural gas in your home can make your home llfe mote enjoylble. Not only in added conven;- ence but ;n gteoter freedom from drudgery and such comfort as you have never known. im brother, George Randash and wife. who spent their honeymoon Mrs. Andrew Grey spent Sunday with her parents near Almont.. this state. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Wendall Nistler was bapt~d last Sunday and christened Thomas Wendall. The high school students who spent the week end with their par- en~s in the country are Miss Al- bert3 Barthel. Miss Leona Bares. Miss Velma Babcock, Miss Marcella Finneman. Miss Wilma Krcmers and Miss Eleanor, Roman and Nor- bert Finneman. Mrs. Alia Kremers Fischer c~ La- Crosse, Wis.. arrived Friday and is visiting her o.~rents and ole~ time friends here. urday night. Cards and dancing were the diversion of the evening. Those invited were Mx. and Mrs. Thomas Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Iver Falstad, Mr. and Mrs. Arvid Abraham, Mr. Earl Kirkpatrick, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Clarin, Mr. an~ Mrs. George Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Steener Eckre, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Raisler. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Thom- son. Mr. Louis Raisler, Mr. Herman Vecker. Mr .and Mrs. Roy Snow. Mrs. Wilson, Otto and Charlle Johnson, Mr. Stanley Raisler, Miss Helen Kukowski, Mr. John Ralsler, Mr. J. R. Boyer, Mr. Peterson and Bill Hollenbeck. "Oh, Herman, do you realize it's almost a year since our honey- moon, and that glorious day we spent on the sands! I wonder how we'll spend this one?" "On the ' rocks!" The Ladies Altar Society gave an- other of their soc;~A parties in the town hall Tuesday night. Whist was played until about ten o'clock then old time dancing was indulg- ed in until time to go home. A delicious luncheon was served and a very large crowd attended. They expect to have two more parties be- fore Lent. George Randash surely sprung a surprise on his relatives and friends at Golva by announcing his mar- irage to Miss Pearl Hartse of Car- ly!e. which took place at Glendive. George was a high school graduate of Golva and has lived here all his life, until he accepted the position of manager of the Occident eleva- tor in Carlyle His many friends are extending congratulations. Mr. and Mrs. Randash were guests of his aunt, Mrs. Ed. Fischer Sunday night. Mrs. Wendall and little son last week with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wose,pka of Garner. John Tschida is having gas lights put in the bank this week. Elmer Hartman from the river was a Golva caller Monday The Neighborhood gathering met at the Sever Abraham home Sat-] Keep your radio in first ela~ condition. It gives you more entertainment and your op- erating costs are less. of tubes and bat- teries carried. BEA(~., N. DAK. 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