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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 13, 1941     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 8 THE GOLDEN VALLEY " THURSDAY. m WITH CARD OLD ST. JOHN'S HALL D PIa on1 of the + present NOTICE FOE B~DS B i Vie The Boa2d of Oounty Commission- onn e w era of Golden Valley Oounty, NOrth Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Fuller and Mr, and Mrs. Joe Pesha Sr. and Dakota, Will receive bids on Motor daughter Crayle spent the weekend in daughter Elsie. and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Graders to be equipped with Diesel Bismarck on business, and visiting engines ol the' following sizes, 60 H. P. their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. ~ad 45 H. 'P~ wtt2, 12 foot blade and and Mrs. Duane Davis and friends tandem service, w'lll also bid on used motor graders w~th diesel engines. Bid on elevating grader with car- rier 42 inches wide. 19 feet long, 28 ircl~ disc o.ud .to be equ?pped wi:.~ ..45 H. P. L~+.;~ ,:ngine, al~o . bid o,I u,c.ed No. 42 Caterpillar elevat!nd grLder with+ r, as,4me motor to be '.traded in on new elevating grader. Bids will be opened at the County court house in Beach, North Dakota, by the commissioners on April 3rd. 1941, at 2:00 p. M. All bids must be accompan;ed by a certified check in a sum equal to five percent of the bid, made payable to Golden Valley county as a guarantee that the bidder will enter into a con- tract with the County if same is awarded to him. The Board reserves the right to re- ject any or all bids. All bids shall be sealed and may be ]eft with the CoUnty Auditor prior to April 3. t941 at 2:00 p. m, Dated at Beach. North Dakota this 4th day of March. 194F. MTNNIE E. ~MITH, County Auditor. March IL 20, 27, April 3 Phone i four News To D IIII there. They returned to Hettin~er on Sunday evening, I ! Mrs. Ray IAngk is home from the hospital where she underwent an op- eration. A carload of International tractors was unloaded in Be~ch last week for the Lovell Implement Co. of this city and the Wibaux Machinery Co. ! Mr, and Mrs. Adin Miller enter- tainel the members of the Beach fac- ulty at a six o'clock dinner at their home Wednesday evening of last week. Following the delicious dinner the evening was spent playing cards and visiting. The News is pleased to report that Mrs. A. J. Gilman is feeling much better after a spell of sickness which confined her to bed for several days. The Music club will entertain the Beach Woman's club on next Tues- day. The Saddle Bute Homemakers club jwill have an all day meeting at the home of Mrs. Martin Kittle~on Fri- Iday, March 21. L LOST--Between Glendive and Bcl. field, one empty bottle ga~ tank. knyone finding seme please w~+~e to Fred Jacobs. Vida. Mont. for re- ward and particulars. 24-2tc J i Pesha Jr., drove to Billings Thursday .wheer they visited at the home of i their daughter and sister, Mrs, James i Burbank They returned here Satur- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Irv Gordon and fam- ily and Glendon were Sunday visit- ors at the E. A. Stoddard home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Still spent Tues- day evening at the Olaf Abraham home. Charley Pesha assisted with the work at the home of his brother Joe during the latter's absence last week. Rev. Armstrong of Dickinson was a Sunday visitor at the A. F. Doblar home. Harry Hill was a caller at the E. A. Stoddard home Sunday. Mr ,and Mrs. R. Kunick and her mother, Mrs. Drennan, were callen at the Butterfield home Sunday. ON YOUR TIRE MILEAGE COSTS WITH AND UP PER MONTH OF SEi Sl]~ll~ Pries I~ ~. sting Gua~ P~r ILnt4Hi Mo. 4.50x21 .... $8.951 $6.65 18 .$7 4.75-5,00x19 9.25] 7.0018 .39 5.25xl7 ....9.95 7.9518 .44 5.25-5.50xl8 10.35 11.25 18 .46 5.50xl6 .... 10.95 11.72 18 .48 5.50xl7 .... Iq.35 9.0518 .$0 6.00xl6 .... 12.35 9.$$18 .$$ 6.25-6.50x16 15.00 11.9018 .66 When you ride on a set of Blue Ribbons you will quickly see their extra value. Note from the above chart how low Four GUARANTEED op- oratm cost is. Here is defin- it. p -oof that the Blue Rib- bon m a"tire value without an equal. SOLD EXCLUSIVELY BY NA Phone 55 ' 1 llog Lornflakes, dish free, 2 pks 23c .! ..... I Giant 57c Lgc 20c ( IEESE+ American ..... 2 lb box 47c i )RMALDEHYDE ...... 2 cans 49c i LMON, pink, ........ 2 ]ge cans 35c I BARS, fresh ....... 2 lb. pk. 25c i 'ANGES sweet, j y ( , uic 2 doz 45c ....... 2 lbs. 25c CLASSIFIED ADS ~o~ S~Air cooled gas engine, LOST--Cax license No. *I 3-4 horse power and 750 watt gen-er please leave at I erator or A. C. built in one unit;reward. FOR SALE---1936 Allis Chalmers trac- engzne can be used separately. $50 00 tor on rubber, for $390.00. Also a ~cash. 24-3t FOR Fordson and a 9-foot drill and an F--OR S~Pure Rainbow seed condition. Chas. 8 foot McCormick-Deering binder oats. See Maurice Hogoboom, Alpha. and a 2-bottom engine plow. Call z~._~p FOR SALE--PIlot wheat. The A. Witzig residence, Beach, No. Ted Tt Dak. 24-tf I "--~- SA~e"-'-~e~'2-~----~--mmI~'v'-'T SALE--G3rest"-----'---~ tractor plow. 14-inch. Good concH- WAN~ervice station helper, tion. dens Gronning, Alpha. 24-2p Cleaned and 94 FOR S~Model A. Fair concH- tlon. Frank Apply at Smith Service Station. Beach Dak. tion, good tires, will sell for $45.00 if LOST OR STRAY~e bay mare taken at once. Sam Wilson, Sentinel FOR SALE--Pure Pilot sadde pony, weight 80 Ibs. Black Butte, N.D. 24-Itp Henry Hfldebrandt, mane and tail, had halter with rope FOR RENT---3 -Room attached and tied around neck. FOR SALE~-Stiegum Barley, 2-row Ralph Stacker, Beach. Pick up and notify the News office, variety, also Crested Wheat Grass, please. 24-1tp cleaned, 95 percent germination. W. ~ST--Cax license No. J. Kxemers. 23-tfc. finder please leave at FOR SALE--600 bushels certified blue tag Bliss TriUmph pota~ooes. Golden Valley Potato Ass'n. $1.,50 per bu. Write or see John Fakler, see., Beach. N.D. 24-3~p SERVICE Also Ice Cream, Pop, Home Pies, And Cookies Cookies "Where Friends Meet and Eat" FRESH ASSORTMENT 2-lb. bag 23c Syrup 10-lb. pail 49c GOLDEN I Dreft 1 GIANT, 1 10c PKG. Both for 57c + Oranges MED. LARGE 2 dozen 35e Peanut Butter VERY ~OOD ! 5-lb. pail 65c Codfish BONELESS l-lb. pkg. 23c J Coffee GOLDEN WEST 2 lb. can 45c Apples ELMER'S PLACE WINESAP 20-lb. box 77c Herring BONELESS, SMOKED l-lb. pkg. 17c Marshmallows FLUFFY, FRESH 2 lbs. 25c Cornflakes KELLOGG'S. DISH FREE 2 pkgs. 21c Preserves IMITATION 4 1-2 lb. can 39c Macaroni or SPAGHETTI 5-lb. box 25c Gelatine Dessert ROBB ROSS 4-pkgs. 15c Candy Bars, Gum ANY ONES 3 for 10e Tomatoes WESTERN ]PACK No. 2 1-2 can 10c Phone 75 We Deliver Free ++ MEN'S HIGH SCORE DICK SCHROEDER 233 SQUEAK ARNOLD 225 LADIES NIGHT EVERY LADIES HIGH ANN WED. Get your Anniversary Patriotic Emblem for 3 Van Camp labels and iOc. See a sample d the actual Pin at your Red Owl Store. CELEBRATE WITH US AND SAVE Vm Omp's wich T~o Tuna Flakes, 6.oz. can ........ Cheese, Kraft Velveeta or veeta Pimento, 2.1b. box Catsup, Snider's, 2 14-oz. bo: Cookies ........... " 2 Pure Lard ............... 3 Oranges, lg. sizes, per dozen ... Sweet Potatoes ........... 4 Lemons ................. 6 Carrots ............. 2 Lettuce, large solid heads, 2 lc S I cake Ic with purchase of 3 at i Y