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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 27, 1941     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 8 II [ THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS IIIII II I II III . ,.THURSDAY. MARCH | Curtain Rises On First Play At 8 p. m. S By Beach Texaco School Bill Hollar returned to Beach the first of the week from Minnesota Is Well Attended where he had gone the previous week with a carload of horses which he was offering for sale. Bill had his The Texaco school which was held sale scheduled for the day that the here four days last week was well big storm hit that area and of course attended and proved very successhfl with the roads blocked and bad both from the standpoint of attend- weather, he was forced to postpone A ance and educational value, according the sale. Even several .ays later he to 1% A. Noyes, local Texaco dealer, was forced to sell h~s horses at a loss D. R. Senior and A10tterson were and returned to Beach. in. charge of fhe meetings with deal- ers present from Golva, Beach and Rummage Sale in the Congregaton'd Sentinel But*,e. How the products church basement Saturday, March 29. are made and .used as well as sales Fantastic follies of the 400-1round work Was amo~glthe subjects taken Maharajah. India's really colossal " ' i prince, who gobbled three meals at a : The boy~; :~ctenttmg ,.ae Nat onal De- sitting, five when really hungry, then wrestled with his subjects to aid all- lense Mechuut~.d ~choel were invited gestion, but f iltally "dug his grave .in for an ave'xino' an~ afternoon with his teeth,' Read what H. George sneering and ttv~y report the inst:',A~t- Franks, famous British journalist, ~ons very. beueho~al. The Fl'iday night session closed the has to say of this bizarre personality in The American Weekly, the maga- meetings and a Dutch bmc,l a.:d ~- zinc distributed with next Sunday's cial gathering Io~lcwea. Chicago Herald-American. FOR A REAL HOME COOKED MEAL WELL PREPARED REASONABLY PRICED SERVED IN PLEASING STYLE US , ,111 0 ELMER'S PLACE WHEN TIME IS PRECIOUS When the seasons are fight for plowing or hat- vexing, time is precious. Avoid hold-ups due to faulty or inadequate lubrication of transmission or gears. Drain and clean the transmission and differ. ential. Refill with the proper grade of Texaco Thuban and lubricate the chassis with Marfak. Texaco Thuban is refined to protect gears and make gaifting easy, dewaxed to give instant lubri- cation on cold days. Play safe -- use Texaco Thuban and Marfal~ CaU or write us for a special lubri- cation guide for your tractor. STUB Consignee THE TEXACO MAN IN YOUR COMMUNITY i We Deliver. Phone 55 i Formaldehyde ............ 2 cans 45c I i I ill eh date Cookies ......... 2 lbs. 35c Pork & Beans ..... 3 No. 21/ cans 29c Salmon Pink ............. 2 cans 35c i Pru,es, Full.E-Ripe .... 2.lb. box 19c f ~ Honey ............... 22-oz. cup 19c :;r [ruit ............... dozen 2% t. ,i 9ranges, extra large ...... dozen 3% SPRING AROUNI)TEBE CORNER KILLDEER MAN INVENTS A farewell party honoring the Ed. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold I CANDLING MACHINE [Sheen family was held last Saturday iHalfmoon, Mont., One of the first signs of sprivg that Ih~ght. Cards were played and a nice ning for a short visit has been noticed around these parts Killdeer, N. D.--In spare moments llu~ch was served at midnight. The Kaiser's parents. Mr. an is the seed racks that have been put Mayor Anion Wetsch of Killdeer has I Sheens are now making their home Weinreis and sister. Mrs. on display by a number of the local invented an egg carrier and candling in Golva for the time being,and family. merchants. The bright colored pack- mechanism by which 36 eggs may be ages of the various flowers and vege- candled at one time instead of the ~bles gives one a touch of spring usual two. The present meshed re- fever and makes one anxious for the quires 30 minutes to candle a case of eggs. With Wetsch's method, it opening of spring weather, can be done in five. Mayor Wetsch t Las~" week an arrest was made by has received an offer for his patent, the city law force for drinking in- but has not yet completed any negoti- LovJcating liquor in a public place and ations. He is the father of Miss Lily a fine imposed by the police magis- Wetsch of this city. tra~e. City officials plan to enforce the liquor laws to the letter fromI Guy Cox and Walt Bratton were n.~'w on, the News has been inform- dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. "Har- old Smith Sunday of thls week. 25th ,) I [. DONE THERIGHT WAY The cylinder head is removed. Carbon is cleaned out, (not burned out), spark plugs are cleaned and ad- justed to right clearance, Valves reseated and refaced, then ground in. Distributor cleaned and p ints ad- justed. Fuel lines air cleaned. Fan belt adjusted and new gaskets installed. 6-CYLINDER CAR, $6.75 8-CYLINDER CAR $9.75 Parts and Material Extra GARAGE Another new Folger Contest! FREE guess- es and FREE prizes! Come in and see us! Folgers! Folgers! Folgers! O /e Pound Two Pounds Five Pounds " 5 26c .h: $1.25 IIIII GUESS EVERYONE! Prnnes FINE FOR SAUCE No. 10 can 30c Fresh Radishes CRIS~ GREEN TOP 3 lg bunches 10c IVORY SNOW DEALS! One 25c box and 2 med. bars Ivory .ALL FOR 21c I II I Jewel Shortening PUR~E VEGETABLE 3-lb. can 41c I I I II III I Codfish' BONFLESS One pound 23c - I Jusf Meier WE GOLD ~_ II [ I1_ I i m . _ Dakota Maid Flour, ~-lb. Prunes, No. 10 can ...~h sch~ sack .. $2.89; 49-1b. sack $1.50 ..... .~, nted ~-~o--o~t~-'7..-~--~ .............. Fruit Cocktail, two tAItkissouri ~toes, =LUS~, 100 lbs... ~g ~ conte FreshF~I~rd, per Ib .......gc Peaches,. sh'ced or ha~eydh firstar Pork Steak or Pork-P,~st~--- Heavy Sugar syrup, .g and .............. per lb. 18c 2 can, 2 for.... ~, dr~ ' ga'Ull " 9 stant~ Vukelie's Cash & Carry Mkt. and M WE TAKE EGGS IN TRADE ear, At usual, you can look to Red Owl for more and better values. Treat the family with these o~en-iresh cookies. a /:)el Monte Brund - Rich m Flavor Or Regular - Lakeland Brand 48-O~: Pkg. Del Mai ~)Q- Brand 16-O~ Fancy Masks Can Golden Bantam. Crea~ 17-O~ Cans Kris Sunshine's 2-Lb. Fia~ Sodas Box Pinea Dole Gems or Cr~h~ 3 Pe~ 6-Lb. No~ 10Can 150 5b~ Cent Safe Mustard Toilet Tissue I fo~ 1c Whm You p~clu~ at a Special PriCe, ot . - Polls Fresh Made Lb. Grapefruit,!26 size .... 8 for Sweet Potatoes ....... 4 lbs. Oranges, Cal. navels .... doz. Lettuce .... 2 for Lemons, med. 360 size .. 6 for F,..,ous Your Spring Cle~'ming . Giant Bars d.it ed So~p no,,, sat., D eft mail 10 wrappers or For Light, Fine Fabrics We Deliver Fxee "7 . ~:%:~r~3" .....': . " " Phone 75