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February 21, 1935     Golden Valley News
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~ m~ACl azvlmw .... O ? $30 In FREE Cash Prizes. Given Away At R. B. Speckeen's Closing Out Sale Opposite N. P. Depot Beach High Cagers In Annual Conference Tourney Tomorrow At Dickin: i1[t. Also In Class BA Tournament t Dickinson Soonl :~r It To Belfield And Dick- inson Central Team~ Last Week Tomorrow, 'l~'iday', F~b. 22, the Beach high basketeers with Coach Marvin Tobias will go to Dickinson and there patriciate in the annual conference tournament to determine ,Cite cham~pionship off the Missouri Slope' conference this year. The two ! , , ' , ! i ,, BANFAMS, DEMOLAYS, IN TWO TWIN BILLS DURING PAST WEEK L~caJ paled in two doubleheaders here dur. ing the past week, and were success- ful in winning three out of four games. Last Friday night the Beach Bantams played a preliminary game here aginst the Sentinel Butte Ex- tras. formerly known as Outlaws. and won by a score of 34 to 26 in a rather ragged contest. In the main game of the ezt.ntng the DeMo:a.~ indep, endent teams Fartlcl- the first half of their preliminary game here that night. The first half closed 14 to 9. The DeMolays came ba~k strong in the second half, with Carl Davis leading the attack, and managed to finish in the lead by a count of 29 to 19. Credit is due the Alpha boys for the scrappy battle they put up. The main game Tuesday night lost a hard fought battle to the CCC was between the Bantams and Sent- team of Medora by a scant two points!inel Butte. and the crowd was treated 28 to 30. The DeMolays played alto a battle royal. The Sentinel quint hard fast game and were within a'~took the lead at the start and led 7-4 few points of the visitors all along, at the first quarter, The Bantams Wil]'am Knezevtch. who has been ill Independent Tournament To Be Closest Ever li Teams Are More Evenly Matched Than Ever Plans for the third annual Golden Valley independent basketball tourn- amen~ .to be held here March 8-9 are going forward in fine style, and another big event similar to that of the past two years seems definitely assured. Entries in the tourney al- ready include the Alpha Wonder Bars, Sentinel Butte Extras, Sentinel Butte highest teams from the western half ~ - spurted m the second quarter, how. of the conference play a one-day and out of their lineup most ot the ever, and were ahead 16-9 at the Independents, Beach Bantams, GulPs tournament with the two highest season, played a few minutes during mlf A fast and furious time was town team, Beach DeMolays, and t~m~ from the eastern half to de-] the game. The CCC boys presented had during the third quarter, but the Medora CCC No. 2767. The Beach cide who will be named winners ofi their usual smooth passing, with par- Bantams maintained a small lead at Eskimos. a third Beach team now or- the dLP:{5 basketball gonfalon. The ticularly nice work on the part of the close of the period. 24-22. In the ganized and showing up well about other team from the western half[ their ~guards, to hold their sltgltt final period the locals began to con. the county, will also probably be en, hi Belfleld. Teams from the eastern lead throughout the greater part Of[heeL with regularity while holding the tered. Melvin Nelson is manager of on& are Taylor and New Salem. conference ~ the] game. viitors to three points, and the game the new quint. Beach has an impressive Tuesday night the Alpha Wonder ended with the Bantams leading 39 to Interest in the event is steadily record so far and are given a veryI Bars came to town and gave the 25. Sentinel Butte played without the good chance to win the event. Bel-[dope bucket' a violent heave for aservices of Dave Waldal. regular cen. field '.is rated as a strong contender time, leading the DeMolay throngh ter, ~,ho has gone to the west coast. however, and little is known of the s~rength of the two teams from the e~tBtern half. Last year Sentinel ~tte::participated in the tourney but was~ defeated by New Salem. On the following Friday and Sat- urda~'"March 1-2. Beach will again go to Dickinson. to take part in the annual Class B district tournament, Teams entered in this evenL "in ad, OGles, Hebron, Klldeer. Sentinel Butte, Taylor, and Model high of Dickinson. Gulps is rated as one of the strongest entries in that event a~ad will make any team step to beat them. L~st Friday and Saturday Bea~h high lost two games, dropping one Friday night to Belfield there by a score of 27 to 18, and losing her~ Johnson attended the show in Beach Thursday night. The Gulps Independents defeated the strong Sentinel Butte Indepen- dents at Gulps Tuesday night. Mrs. Glen Page returned home Tuesday and is running the restraunt during Mrs. ~r. W. Page's absence Norbert and Roman Finnama~ were Beach visitors Thursday. Mrs. H. G. Funk returned from Bismarck Thursday, where she was staying with Harry's mother, who is in the hospital with a broken leg. The Alpha Cribbage Players came up to Golva Wednesday night to chal- lenge the Golva players. Alpha won by a high score. Saturday night to the powerful Dick- irises Central by a score of :~0 to] May, Mrs. Sheen. and Misses Elfnor Mrs. Madison and daughter Anna 30, Beach was hampered to some ex,] anl Loreen Finnamean were Beach tent by the small four at Belfleldlcallers Wednesday. at~d feel conldent that they can turn Mrs. Leo 'Iob~as visited w,~ll act the tables at either of the two ourn- mother a few days this week., amours :coming up at Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Nell Kane entertain. Saturd~ay night fans here turned out to see the team with which Dickinson expects to upset Bis. msrck, having challenge~ Bismarck some time ago for the right to enter Class A tournament at Bis. ed at whist Tuesady night. Miss Flora McPhee and Mrs. Tony Kreitinger gave a whist party Wed- nesday night at the home of Mrs. Kreitinger. Mrs. Leonard Leland. Monday Feb. 11 at the Sidney hospital. A number of young folks from here attended the dance at the Reeves Hall Saturday evening. Clarence Omley spent the past week at his parents home here. He is employed in Yakima Wash. and this was his first week home in th. roe years. He returned to Washing. ton Sunday. Emeil Woodkey went to S:dney Friday to have dental work done. II (Left Out Last Week) The Soutil Side Aid met with Mrs. S. Stevens Thursday. Mrs, Stevens served a delicious dinner at one o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. George Tasker and daughter Margaret returned Monday from Fargo where they were called some time ago by the illness of Mrs. TaskeVe father, we are glad to re. port that Mr. Washburn is now re- covering his health. Mr and Mrs. W. B. Clark of Beach are spending the week in our neigh- borhood. Donald Lawhead went to Beach 15-16, Beach was con- [ little chance against what was to be a plenty strong team, local supporters were agree- ably Surprised when the Beach quint, after the first quarter, which ended ~4~4 in favor of Dickinson, proceed- ed to play the visitors on even terms throughout the rest of the game. The half closed 18-5 for Dickinson. ~cb outscored the visitors 15-12 in t2~e, second half. bringing the final core up to 30-20. ..... tlI~ Golva News ~~-~.~-~~ Mrs. Fritz Nell turned quite sick Wednesday afternoon. They called the doctor Thursday and he took her to the Beach Hospital where she could be under hi~ care, She is feeling considerable better. .The Valentine Dance giCen in Ma~- is~m~'s Hall Thursday night was quite time breaking balloons, scattering conffettt, etc. Mrs. Covert, Mrs. Dunstan, Miss well attended. Every one had a good MIHer'~. Miss Verna Scheffer and Rose mounting, and there is much spec- ulation as to the outcome. The Sentinel Butte independents, last year's champions, are strong this year, but were weakened ~ust recent- ly by the loss of Dave WaldaL their regular center, who left for the west coast, and his absence makes a big hole in their regular lineup. The Beach Bantams. after a poorer start than usual, are steadily improving, and promise to be in the thick of the fight. The Beach DeMolays are stronger than they have ever been in previous years, and will unques- tionably be one of the hardest teams in the tourney to beat. Experience in the past two years seems to prove the DeMolays play better than ever in tournament competition, as they came within a hair of defeating Sen- Sentinel Butte lilt Thursday evening Glendive defeat-, Monday by car. Ht was ed the S. B. Independents 31 to 21. Golva grade boys defeated S. B. grade team by two points in an over- time period. Mr. Van Eaton and Russell are home from South Dakota. Fern Reed and Cecil Tangen stole a march on their friends and were married in Wtbaux on Saturday Their many friends jo:n in wishing them a long and happy married life. Model Hi from Dickinson defeated our HI school team here Friday night by a score of 29-21. Burns orchestra played for a dance after the game and supper was served by Mrs. Carlson, The Girl Scout group here con- ducted their investiture services on Saeurday afternoon. Fourteen girls by Win. Follis who plans on short visit. Two teams from Wibaux school played basketnall there week Monday evening. S. B. lost 32-12 and the girls were ed 30-12. The high school sponsored a and basket social at the Opera Tuesday evening of last week. subject of the debate was: That the Federal Government adopt the policy of equalizing tional opportunity throughout nation by means of annual the several states for Public ary and Secondary Education. Lee, M. A. Tovey, and K~ Flora comprised the affirmative and Kathleen Boisen, Eugene were invested into the group and they are divided into two patrols. Meres, and Kermit Sheen the t~ve The town team was chosen Parents of the girls were invited] " winner by the judges After the and each patrol gave a short pro- gram, after which lunch was served. [bate four of the high school gave a one-act play Puttit Mrs. Lyle Martin, Mrs. M. A. Tovey , " Mrs. Paul Wagner, and Mrs. GuY lAcrss', tap dancing by Vi Burns and Elenore Bomen and Hall are assisting tlje leader Miss] " , Maxine Johnson in the Scout work.[ of the high school girls. The Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Boisen drove[club sang two numbers the out to the Nelson school Saturday] ni~g members of the to attend the basket social given by] class presented their numbers. Evelyn Lardy. j ter the program the baskets Several people fern town drove auctioned by Lawrence Goebel, out to Wosepka's home Saturday i coeds to go to the Athletic fund. night to attend a surprise party on The Independents defeated Ed. Wosepka. I last week Tuesday night at M. A. Tovey, Velma Palmer, Lottielplace. Walker and' Reuben Nordln drove to Richardton to compete n~ the decla- marion contest held there Friday ar. ternoon and eveniny. Mrs. W. T. Pederson arrived home on Saturday from s visit with her daughter Gladys at Pingree, N. D. J. P. McDonald left for Great Falls caller at David Dietz' Thursdoy. tinel Butte in the opening game last year. Another powerful team to be J. R. Rathbun was hauling hay reckoned with is the Medovg CC~ last week. boys. They have defeated both theI Mrs. W. R., Conboy was a caller Bantams and DeMolays here by nat,- v~t Mrs. Dietz last Thursday. xow margins, and have a ~nooth Bill Gordon was a caller at Ernest, team that is always dangerous. Any CheSley's Friday. of the other teams entered are cap- able of springing an upset, so aft In all. it looks like the closest tourna- ment yet to be staged here. ,lltl Westerheim ~t~@~.a,***4~.~ Saturday to have a lame back doc- Trotters News. tore