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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 9, 1950     Golden Valley News
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TI'I GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS. BEACH. N. D THURSDAY, MARCH TOWN DICK & 17 GANG II AMERICAN LEGION POST Sentinel Butte Louie Tung~vik arrived Friday ttom St. Peters. Minn.. to visit his daughter, Mrs. Vic Carlson ~nd ,family for awhile. ~/irs. Cl,ara Wagner was host- ~S to the Study Club members ~t their regu, lar social meeting a~ her home Tuesd,ay evening. ~dge was pl,ayed wiCh pri.~s ItOing to Mrs Dorofhea Hog~- boom, Mrs. Rtrth Carlson, ~Irs. Marv Hall and Mrs. Leona Smi~th. Mr. omd Mrs. Jesse ~Phillips and th~ Ceei,l Tangen f, amily were 8t~day visitors at the Ed Cook home. The Mens ,and badles Cribbage teams were entei'tained at the ~In,ar Wal, dal home Friday eve- ]llng. The ladies defeated the men by a nice score, wilih Mrs. ]~red Smith ,holding high score for the ~adies and Herman Dietz won high for the men. Leo Kessel and Mrs. Agnes IIal~tead and son of Glendlve sper~t the week end with their brother Richard Kessel and fatal- ly and their sister Florence Kes. eel. ~I~. and Mrs. Neg Hogoboom were Sunday vislt~ors at the Geo. Fisher home near Golva. Clyde and Ella Polley return- ed last week from a two months vlsR In Texas. /Mrs, I.~ouie Hovla,nd, Mrs. Bert ~asching and son ,and Sandra and Gayle Wosepka of Wibaux, were visitors here Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Walda*] were Thursday evening visitors at the Vic Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wosepka and Saintly of Golva were Sunday visitors a~t the Paul Wagner home. ~W_r,s. Bertha Waldal spent Sun- ctay ,and Monday visiting 'Mrs. ~ofus Holthe ~t Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Bernie Kennedy and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kennedy were Sun@ay v4sRors at the Hax- ty Roberts home in Medora. LOST-- Montana li~ns~ no, 52.T217, between .Beach and Golva. Notify V. J. Bares, Wi- baux. 25-2tp H,a.ve you checked your sub- scription label? News Want Ads Bring Resul~ Churches Note Wk. Of Dedication In cooperation with 19 Protes- tant denominations, the Churches represented in ~he Beach Minis- terial Association observed last week of perfiter~ sel~f-exami- nation and dedication of them- selves to God. To promote this cause all the m.ajor radio networks carry the "One Grea~ Hour of Sh.aring" broadoasts. The schedule follows: ABC 8:30.9 p.m., Thursday, March 9; CI~ 4:30-5 p:m.. Satur- day, March 11. Everyone is .invited ,to share in this dedication of themselves Io God by listening o these broad- casts: and by joining in the of- fering to Church World Service in your ,local church on March 12. The offering will be used for emergency rel'ief work 'in war~ devastated counCries. Visit In Austin--- Mr. and Mrs. P. $. Hagen and Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Ziebarth re- turned home Sunday evening from Austin, Minn., Where they attended the funeral of Mrs. Zie- b.arth's brother.in-law, Peter Ca- pretz, who is also a,n uncle of Peter Hagen's. Mr. Capretz h, ad been in the real esta,te, rental and insurance business in Aus- tin, since 1904. and h, ad visited his relatives here several times. ',Mrs. Zieba,rth .had just returned from Eugene, Ore., w~here she spent two months with :her dau- ghter, whose husband had been stricken with polio in November, Yellowstone Goes Out-- An annual guessing contest and !~ambling game played by folks in eastern ~on~tana, and western North Dakota. and which pans off in fairly large figures if you're the closes, t guesser, ended when the flag planted in the ice of the Yellowstone river started to move at 10:50.~ a. m., last Sun- day morning. We understand that the winners guess was with- in a minute and a half of the aotual break-up. Hem Su~jer-- Ward Bu~terfield was called ~o Richey, Mon't., Jan. 8. to ,help out a.t his brOl~her Ben's farm, while Ben h'ad ~ major surgical operation. A~ter Ben r~ur~ed home, his ,wife was advised to ha~e a g~iter operation, which she did, and now both are con- velescing at home. BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT-- ~Continued from page ~ne) points in the Regen1 game. and a total of 20 in ~he Watford game, besides playing ,an out- standing defensive game. The third game played by .the Bucs was also a tough one. against the lanky Mort teazn. Beach started slow. ,and was he~d to a free throw during the first quarter, while Mott scored two field goals, .and two free throws, for six poinCcs. It was cluing the seccmd period that the Buts start- ed to cl.ick, while Mott had ,to fight ,for every point, and the half ended wi,th ,the score 15 all. The third stanza was agmin played on even terms wi,th Mott holding a one point lead as the quarter Closed, 22 ~to 23. Free throws during ,the final qua,tier gave Beach their victory. WIo~t counted four field goals from the field, while Beech was al- lowed three, but making five free throws out of seve~ chances, w.ith four of d~hem made by Bares. gave Beach their win, 33 to 31. Bares was the boy that lead ,the Beach attack in this game, counting 13 points, and playing an outstanding floor game. Mort lost ~o players dur- ing the last quarter, when Skog- ley and Helsoth were ousted from the ~ame w4th five person- als. The last g.a,me played by Beach saw ,them faci~ng the New Eng- land team, that entered ,the tour- nament as one of the ~avorRes. Move To lll.-- Miss Mary Ann Vukelic, dau- ghter of Emil Vukel~c of this city. le~t thit Wednesday morn- in~,.~ for Chicago, Ill., ,to live. She was an employee of the local lw.nk, but worked in Chicago be- fore comin~ here a few years ago. She had planned ~o leave Mar. From the very start New Eng- land sta, r~ed .hitting, while the Buts were slow and chilly at the hoop. New England took a 7 point lead, 17 to 9, to end the first qu:arter, but the second qu,arter each team scored 13 points, with ~he half ending 22 to 29, for New England. It was during the third quarter ,that the New England-team wer~t to pieces, and bhe Bucs were deter- mined to win. All five men on .~he BeaCh team started .to score. and Doerner, who had been play- ing an outstanding defensive ga, me ,all throu,gh the ~tournamen.t decided to try his luck offensive- ly, and his ten poir~ts came m mighty handy. Keohane also played ,his outstanding game of the tournament offensively, while be.i~ng a mainstay in all Seed Cleaning Farm Service Seed Grain Cleaning o f Wheat, Barley and Oats. 100 to 200 bu. per hour cap'acity. 12c per bu., including ceresan and treating with a precision pow- er treater. Fahlstrom Bros. PHONE 4-F2 OR 5-F310 Beach, N. D. A Ak~ Ah, Ah. Ah. Ak Ak Ak ~k ~_ 3, but was del, ayed. .-vvvvvvvvvvv- OPEN THIS SUNDAY MARCH 12 Serving * Barbecued Ribs. games on defense. When .the third period ended Beach w~s out in front 42 to 35, and i,t was during the last quarter that both teams lost two men. Stecker and Doerner were ,taken from the game for Beach. while Erickson and Bender were lost to New England. During the last period Beach's subs kept up the scoring, and New Engl,and was stopped, with one field goal and two free throws, and 'the final score gave Beach 54. to New England's 39. Hetti~ger and Regen~ played the ehamp~onshi.p game Sa,tur- day r~i~ht, with Hettinger takirtg the championship game from a scrappy Regent team, and not until the last minutes of play v~as the winner determined, when Hettinger pulled away with a week end. Beach fans are proud af fine showing made by Moriarty and his boys and tho everybody knows that will have a battle on their against Linton, today in the ten point lead, 47 to 57. giona'l tourney, the best of The third place winners. St. goes with them from folks Mary's of New England, had a and i's known hat when hard fi~h,t on their hands, when smoke has cleared, win they knocked Belfield out of the the Buts will have made running in a 41 to 42 game, and showing for themselves, which also gave St. Mary's a Li,nton will know th,a,t they right ~o enter the tourney this in a basketball game. e eee "It always pays to take your Repair Job to the man that's busy.... He's the only one who has time to do it." We have the experience and the equipment, and we'll find the time to take care of your troubles, be it a tune-up or a major overhaul. Let us get your car ready for the Easter Parade. For Finer, Faster Service bring your car today to the JOHNSON MOTOR CO. SALES SERVICE Phone 10 All Work Guaranteed Beach, N. Dak. Wrecker Service * French Fried Chicken. * Italian Spaghetti * Sea Foods ) Sunday, March Adults .............. 90c Children ............ 50c GILMAN'S Beach, N. Dak. _ -_- .... -_-_ ~~.~ ....... _ -.-. -._ _ -_ LENTEN Fresh fish, guaranteed to ,please you.-Come and get 'em while they last! * Northern Pike, with heads off, and dressed, lb ............. * Wall eyed pike, round, lb., .... * Northern Pike Fillets, ready for the pan, lb ............... 15c 20c 30c Beach, N. D: Come out, bring the fanfil*y to our de- licious Sunday dinner. You will be pleased with the food, and our modest prices. HOURS--7 a. to 12 p.m. Week Days Phone 150-J Beach, N. Dak. SPRED SATIN wall paint dries in 20 minutes. Comes ready to use. Synthetic rub- bet emulsion base makes it waterproof; easy to use. 14 beautiful cqlors that are guaranteed washablel 1 3iile East of W baux. on Highway tO SATURDAY EVE WESTERNERS OF ll 12 Hillbilly music, as well as popular modern, and old-time tunes. Dining room now open every day of the week, 6 p. m. to 2 a.m., including Mondays, and Sun., 1 p.m. to 2 p.m.