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Beach, North Dakota
April 4, 1935     Golden Valley News
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Wreck Gotham Slums for Tunne! Apprc+ch i,..o,: o, J TOWNSHIP I 1111-- I ,I i c=h on hand Mare,, 2o 1,3, ,,,0,. / JL ] Cash received trom Golden I ...... . / i .alley County ................................. S0s.87 ] funds ........................................................... 8718.2~ l Total expenses, general and road expenses ................................ 1392.3~ BalaJlce on hand March 19, 3 5 1935 ............................. i ....... 7 2 9"2 H. J. WOJAHN, Treasurer of Beach Township. IIII .............. i ADDITIONAL LOGALS f The Social Hour club pleasantly [surprised Mrs. Jessie Kini~ey Tues- t day afternoon by dropping in on hot" and bringing a very delectable lunch. Demolition of ninety-one old houses in the HeWs Kitchen district: to make way for the Manhattan ;~'i)pru'~cn to taQ After the business meeting the after- Mid(own tunnel has been started. The work involves the razing of strnctures from Thirty-fourth street to Forty-see-, noon was spent in sewing and visiting end street, between Ninth and Tenth avenues. Mrs. Roy McCaskey is visiting in town this week and attended the Aux- iliary meeting. IH ~- .-X- -:,~. -g-- -,'~ ~e ~ -X- * ...:X- ~ -X- -~- -X- -., -~ -~ ~ -::- -.'~- ~ -X- -.' -)~ .~ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wasslnan, Mrs. Harry ~Vassman, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wosepka and Mrs. Crossman attend- od the birthday (.lab a{ Andrew Koh- ler's Tuesday. Here Are Rules For Lions Club l in Beach the l~ast week receiving Imedical treatments. Bridg d W hi T ,al Corkery from Dickinson was In e an st ournttments tow,, snnday on husiness ............ I Mrs. Harry Funk and daughte~ Marjory, and Mrs. Bud Haigh were Here are the rules fro" the coming consolation flight after the first ruund in Beach Tuesday getting permanentS. i~ldge and whist tournament being of play. Mike Schwagel of Beach and Mr. ~ponsored by the Lions club: 9. After the first round, the loss of and Mrs. Pete Schillo were Sunday 1. There shall be both a contract u match shall eliminate a team from.~ dinner guests at the John Sehilio bridge and whist tournament, further play. Ihome. 2. Entry shall be made in teams 10, In all but the fi0al round, in the] Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson and of two players each. No one player bridge tournament, matches shall bet family returned h011ae Saturday from Mrs. Joe; Lemire, Mrs. Fred Wass- may play in more than one team m decided by the winning of three out_ their trip to California. They have man called at the Dell Ih)Wie home either the bridge or whist tournament, of five rubbers of contract bridge and] been gone about three months and hut any player man enter either the in the wt~isa tournament by the w'm--] they enjoyed the south very much.] Thursday. bridge or v,'h~,d ~.wcu:',r.,,et~ or ~,cdb in.~ ~1' lhree out of five vard~s. Bert Fasch~ing came dow~a from T.A. Wosepka is attending the 3. Ent~ : fees shall be $1.-- ,,,. '~ 'l'ot~,l l,pints wen shall decide, :Sentinel Butte SUnday to spend the]regular meeting of the county corn- team, ant~ if ,the same te:,m ~,n] ll~,, wimn,r of the vuhber in bridge, lay with his folks, llnissioners this week. both the bridge and whi.~ learns- ]3 p~)ill(S shall c(mstitUle a gamc~ iu Mrs. Covert had the misfortune to[ Leslie lIoward wa,~ an overnight men(s, sm ]l team shall pay on, whist, ose a wheel off her car east of visitor at Fred Wassman's FridaY. entry fee for each entry. 12. An ollicial sooty shall be kel)t Iown Snnday. She was on the way Dell and Delbert EIowie, George 4. In neither tht~ bridge nor whi;;~ by contesting teams in ~acl~ match, i ,o Crossmans' when it happened. She and John Stall were busine.~s caller~ tournamems shall an)- Lion play ~,~: Scot'( shall be verified aml sigr~ed escaped being hurt. in Sentinel Butte Thursday. a team with another Lion nor she'll by representatives from each team Mr. and Mrs. tlarry Funk had as[ Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lemire were or- any Lion play on any team with any and turned in to a member of the :~u.nday dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. suing visitors at Harmon's Tuesday. TAoness. tourllamenL committee lh,, morning Had Haigh, Vrank Haigh. Leo and Mary Lee Altsott spent Friday with \Verner Ntstlar, and Harry's hrother- her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. 5. All entries shall be in the hands after the match, in-law and family from Dickinson. Fred Wassman of the committee on or before April 13. Prizes sl~oll be awarded to the Mr. and Mrs. Murdock Cameron Leslie and Elmer Itoward. Jr. 6th, 1935. and drawings shall be held players on th~ team winning tim :rod son Hectar. Mr. and Mrs. Os- went to Crone, Mont. Sunday after on April 8th. 1935. at a place to be championship flight ill each tourna- win Schmitz. Mr. and Mrs. F~itz horses, returning Wednesday. amnounced later, men( and to the winners of the c.on- Nell and Mrs. Madison. Homer and 6. The bridge tournament and the solation (light in each tournament. Anna May attended the show in Beach Mr. and Mrs. l,'red Wassman and whist tournament shall both be slim. Also to tile teams taking second Sunday night, family were dinner guests at Andrew lnation tournaments. All preliminary place iu the ehanSpionship and in Pete Schillo resigned his position Kohler't! Sunday. games shall be Played at a nlace to the consolation flights in both bridge in the Golva Bank as assistant cash- Clara and lAoyd Wassman and be agreed upon between the contest- and whist, ier and is now working in Beach in Leonard Streitz were callers at Elmer ins team~ within four days of notifl-: ]4 Play of the tinal rounds in the County Auditor's office. Howard's Sunday. cation of the pairings, the intent ef both ehamionshlp and consolation Wihna Kremer is the, assistant Many f,'iends and neigl~bors met al this rule being to allow the playing fliglHs in both tournaments shall be cashier in the bank. the Dell Howie home Sunday night of two rounds of eliminat;~n eat! at a place to lie announced later, t .................. Ill for a farewell party. The evening J~ v ~, ~ x, ,, - x~ " .X ...... -" week. All I)]ayers ill the tournaments shall ~-..e~q-~-e-~-,.--,~,,-:.-,:,--,x--,.--=, ~-:...::z;.,.~ was spoilt Ill playing cards, after 7. In the event tlmt one of t;',o he eligible ,~, admission to watch BonnieView which a delicious hinch was served teams cannot play its match within such final rounds, bench and ~nter- by Mrs. llowie. the four days allotted, m~ch team tainmeni will he furnished for all Delbert ltowie. Kenneth and Ed- ~. A x must forfeit to the other. In the ev-] entries ev the final night'~ play. ward Wosepka. Gordon Sehmeling eat that neither teams can play the l 15. Any argamems eu rules, ques-I Mrs. Frank Dander returned to Harry Wassman, and Leslie and John ms(oh within sucb four days. then]lions on scoring, or any differences]her home last Wednesday, after Howard called at the Fred ~Vassman such two teams, shall decide by lotI whi(,h might arise during the tourn-I spending over two weeks at the home Sunday. ~'hleh shall be considered the winner ament shall he decided by the com- Beach hospital. She is getting along Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wosepka were i flne and is able to be un and aroun(t evening visitors at the Glen Allstoi of the match. " mittee and its decision shall be final,t $. The winners of the first round lq Entries tn each tournament'par~ of the time. honu~ Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oswood were "" Of the bridge or whist tournament ~hall be in the champion flight ef such tournament. The losers of the first round of the bridge or whist tournament shall be in the consolation flight in such tournament, it bein~ the intent of this rule to divide both tournaznents into a champion and completed. Golva News shall lie made by giving names of players ,~nd teams to R. ~r. Johnson. lisle Logan er A. M. Kuhfeld. on or Imforo APRIL ~th. 1935 or may ho loft at the Rice DrUg Store. ~7. Prlze9 and drawings will be dis~)lnyed ~lS soon as entries are business callers at tl}e Ed I,'eldnmnn home ou Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Callahan will mOVe Item lhe Golliet farm to the Harry Halstead farm south of Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Joe l(ipp will take possession of the Golliet farm in ll~(, near future. Mr. and Mrs. AI Schrocder and a business caller at the Julius Lar- s,m home Tuesday night. Mrs. Fh)ren('~ Schmitz son Earl ~tud daughler Mildred. Miss Mari;~ Nistler, an Mr. and Mrs. Fritz NotI Miss Mihh'ed rank, who was teach- son Larry were v~sitors at the Frank ins ill western Montana. returhed Nehls home Sunday. AlphaNews home Tiu~rsday. All her friends were Bud McCaskey was an overnlgn~ glad to see her again, visitor Sonday a.t the Reevn ranch. ~--~:-~-~-~"*~-~.~.-X-~-~-X-.~ I~eenard Alauire trom llcach was Harrison Stedman and Jess Playle Blanche Stevens left for Dickinson were business callers in our neigh- borhood last Thursday. Taesday to attend school. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Rush and family John Irons is able to be around we)'o 811pper fftleSts at the Henry again after a siege of the flu. Feldman home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alex LaSota wer,, Johnny Stall and Adolph Nistler were Sentinel Butte visitors Sufiday. Johnny Fisher and Pete gchmitz called at Fred Wassman's Friday. Lloyd Wassman and John and Les- lie iIoward called at the Joe Dietz home on Sunday. iiIi . -X. ~- -X. -~ .,~ .: ~ .X. % % .% % % .X. % .X..X..X..X. % .X_ .: ~ .x. al One of Hary Sites girls fell from the grader last week and was hurt quite badly. She was taken to the doctor and is now rapidly improving. Mrs. Julius Lateen and Rose John- MORE ROOM FOR HEART I > Farmers Free change Column FOR SAbE---Posts and poles. %Valt. er Alien, Beach, N. Dak. FOR S~3 doz. fullbiood bar- red rock chickens, year old. Mrs. C. Brautig~n Trotters. FOR SALE--Small incubator. Very Cheap. Mrs. Selmer Abraham. FOR SALE---Some good harness, also some machinery and some hay. Inquire C. A. RUedinger, four miles east of Beach. FOR SALE--2-bottom I'. & O. plow. ('har]ie Michels. FOR SALE--Rainbow FLint corn, wheat grass, alfalfa seed. John Fak- ler, Beach. M21-3tp FOR SALE---Van Brunt 14-foot drill with tractor hitch, power lift. Michels Bros., Beach, N. D. FOI~. SALE--No. 1 (:lean Marquis Mar5 I.'cwin. .:~" : :'~ ~:. '-~ !'-:' ':" I seed wheat $1.10 per bu. At Powers ho~lHtth rt('tlVel'll~.~ il'iI:;I :Ill ,~,,.,r- Elevator Co. Ohama. .'it)' " " ' Mien in which lhroe ,~I I1cl" l:b> W,q'e removed to allow her hc:~rt, u hich l~:ls I FOR SALFr-One 500-gal. gasoline become enlarged, to ~,eat noriu,'!lly, tank. one ll-ft. Van Brunt drill For thrt?e ~eal-S Mary has noel} eoll- Lined to bed and slowly', bill plly- sicians decided -n lhe ril) ,,perarion and it is thought ri~xi" thnl ~}le will get we]l. If any organization is not list- ed here, or if there are any cor- rection to be made in those listed, please phone 14. Round Table Meets every other wednesday even. ing. Catholic Ladies Guild Meets last Thursday afternoon of each month. Woman's Club Meets every other Monday evening Beach Chapter O. E. S. Meets second and fourth Tuesday evening of month at Masonic Temple three discs, one sulky plow. John Barkland, Beach. FOR SA~50 or 60 bushels Bison flax, 98 percent germination. CharIIe Kramer, Beach. Some pure blood barred rock roosters for sale. Also a coal stove brooder for sale cheap. Mrs. Ca~l Brautigan, Trotters, N. D. Seed for sale. Falconer corn a~d good clean Trebi barley. Phone 5F2Z. M. A. Finneman, Golva, N. D. Auto shed for rent close in. See. A. M. Stoddard0 Beach. SEED WHEAT POR SALE. Gulu~r F'ahlstrom. Marquis Seed Wheat For Sale~ (cleaned) $].10 per bushel. R. W. Denton. FOR SALE---Green Oat Hay. Al~ seed wheat, barley, speltz. White Rock roosters. Emile Kunick, Sent- inel Butte, N. Dak. STRAW" PILE ~"OR SALE. On E. E. Marry farm near Rocky Butte. See Gunnar Fahlstrom. FOR SALE or TRADE--Roan short- horn bull. Emile Kunick, Sentinel Butte, N. Dak. General Farm Machinery for sale including a Van Brunt 10-it double dlsc drill, practioally new, and also an incubator. Dr. E. Sutter, Golva. ORGAN for sale. Write Box 107, Golva, N. Dak. FOR SALE Green Oat Hay. Harry Kukowski. Beach Assembly Rainbow Want to Buy--4 White Vtyandott~ roosters or 4 White Rock roosters. Meets first and third Monday even- Glen Hathaway. ing of month at Masonic Temple. I WANTED TO BUY--Two purebred Women's Auxiliary Meets first Tuesday evening el each month. Salzman Post, Am. Legion Meets second Wednesday evening of month at Legion Hall. BeAch Volunteer Fire Dep't Meets last Thursday evening of month, 8 p. m. at Fire Hall. Silver-Laced Wyandotte rooaterL Page Myers, Medora, N. Dak. FOR SALE--Fordson tractor. F. W. Smith, Sontinel Butte. FOR SALE--Eariy Ohio potatoes~ $1.65 per hundred pounds. He~ury Hildebeant, Beach, N. D. leeR SALE--32 volt farm De,co battery or will trade for horses. Chas Bohn, Sentinel Butte. HAY FOR SALE--Prairie hay. P. J. Schmitz farm, Golva. FOR SALE---Carter disc grain clean- er by Philip Page. Deal with Eliza- beth Morton, Golva. Social Hour ] FOR SALE OR TRADE---cedar fen- Meets every other Tuesday after-!ce posts or corral posts. -- C. W. noon. [Wagner, Gorham. N. D. ........... t Royal Neighbors Meets first Wednesday evening of each month. Beach Lions Club Meets second and fourth Monday 18 Purebred Rhode Island Red roosters for sale. Conrad Bohn, Sent- inel Butte. FOR SALE--Eight foot tandem disc, In good condition. Rudy Ranmtad ---Beach. - llll Firat Among Laws son were Beach callers Thursday. Oscar Arntz from Burnstad, N. Dak.. who is a brother of Mrs. Christ Bares who used to reside bore wa~ visiting friends in ~he Golva Vicinity Iast week. He was a supper gueat at the Tony Bares home on Monday night. I FURNITOR[ UPHOLST[RING ANO REPAiiliNi] ALL TYPES OF FURNITURE REPAIRED, REBUILT AND UP- HOLSTERED AT VERY REAS- ONABLE RATES WHY SEND IT OUT OF TOWN? CURTIS SILL : ~:~11 i~lii[i il I ill! i!i i~i , were Sun(lay dinner .,~ue~[s al the O.e- win Sehmitz home. The ('artyle %Vhis| club can}e ill) to (Iolva Monday hi,vAil ~o challenge the strong Golva club. (larlyle w(m by ~tine points. Prank Kreitinger was a Beach salter Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nistler and fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests at the. Louis Fasching home. George l~undron of Gleudive was a Sunday ~sitor at his folks south of Golva. \ Harry l~hlnk's brothe~-in-law and family from Dickinson came up Sat- urday to make the Funks, a short isit. They left Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Curl return- ed from Iowa Thlu'sday where they have been visiting most of the winter. Mrs. Murdock Cameron. Mrs. Christ Johaason and Mrs. I~oule Faschlng were callers ef Mrs. Sheen Thursday afternoon. i~ed Maaa is working at the Casey Etiggins. farm this spring. Charlie Howarth returned from Cab ifornia Thursday. He reports a lot of snow ,in the mountains. Otto Johnson was a supper guest at the Julius L~rsen home Friday. Charlie Wincheski, the Vra~na Sup- ply man from Dickinson, was in town on business Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson and Art Schmitz were Snnday dinner guests at the Murdock Cameron home. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Schmttz of Beach were visitors at the Pete Schlllo home Sunday and Monday. Matt Zimmer returned from his trip to Valley City and Sioux Falls last week. He reports all the chtld. reu and he had a very enJoyabl~ time. Mrs. Frank Kreittnger has been l HI[ Trotters News Mrs. Carl Brautigan returned re- cently from Livingston. Mont., wi~ere ~rhO spent the winter. She waa ac- companied by Mr. ~md Mrs. Moody Hillman who v, isited with relatives here and in Dickinson for a couple weeks, then returned to their home in I~ivlngston. Mrs. Harriet I4illman went back with them. We are glad to report that Mrs. Roy Coan i.s slowly improving in a Williston hospital and expects to] come home in a week or so. ] Win. Reichert and family were Sid-I' ney shoppers Saturday. ] Mrs Alice Kemmerer returned I home Sunday after having spent the[ winter in California with a sister. Roger and Norval Lawhead re- turned home Wednesday after six months spent on the. west coast. While out there they called on Roy. Roscoe and: fam.ily at Portland. They also saw some of the Odman boys and Gerald Whitaker. There was a good attendance at church services Sunday. There will bc no more services mltil Easter Sunday. Beach ~isitors Thursday. evenings of month, 6:30 p. m. at Mr. and Mrs. S. L. White and Golden Valley Hotel. I,ouis Schmelin,~ were sUppet guests at the L. Tun~.wik home SUaday. Toni and Nick (.IAnlrftr.h %%'ele in Beach on business Tuesday. Co. Sup't I)ietz was seen in this locality on Friday. Archie Kennedy i~as returned to his home much improved. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kouba and daughter spent Sunday with Mrs. Kouba's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Knopp. A large crowd attended Birthday club at Daisy Wassman's Tuesday. A most appetizing dinner was served at noon hy the hostess. Following the dinner contests and cards were the main diversions of the afternoon. Grace Rose and son Dennis and Carl Otremba spent Sunday evening at the H. A. Bury home. Elmer Kouba and Harold Ziebarti~ Mrs. W. B. Clark and Lola Clark] to Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Sempf who re- came out from Beach Wednesday to/side in "Washington. Mrs. Sempf bring the Lawheads home. I was formerly Miss Clarissia Gifford. their furniture from the Herrick place to the Burchette farm where they will Iive this summer. Mrs. H odgin aud son were Thur~ day guests of the Lawheads. The Win. Reichert family spent Sunday evening at Roy Coans. Announcement~ have been received here of the birth of twin daughters Mrs. Ray Tasker went to Will';st011 Saturday to consult a physician. Ben Russell and family were Sun- day ,d~inner guests at the Steven~ home. Win. Voyne and Charlie Clark drove to the John Los, key ranch on Sunday. Mr. Leakey has just recent. ly returue4 from a business trip to A number of young folks from Trotters attended the dance at Cot. tonwood Saturday night. Glen Metcaif" and Luther Hodgtn ~pent Saturday ev'en~ng at the L. IT. Ca!lender home. John and: Howard Vinquis and J. Q. Lawhead were Sidney callers o~ Wed~nesday. Mr: and M~. Frank Meeker m~Ved Den~ter. Colorado. i Builder's Class Sunday School session every Sun- day at 11:20 A. M. Study Class meets first Friday nits of e~'ery month Socia! night once a month as host. ess spes fit. Sunset Lodge No. 88 Meets at Masonic Tempm first and third Tuesday e~'ening of every month West Gate Chapter DeMolay Meets second and fourth Wednesday evening of month. Masonic Temple. were Beach visitors Friday aff-e-rndon ~nd staYei]~ ?or the show that night. Clfford Jendro returned home on Monday afternoon from Big Fork Minn. where he has been stationed at a CCC camp. OPTICAL SPECiALiST 6, 6iLBERTSON Olassee fitted--Any broken le~ duplicated; --Frames repaired. Beach, N. D., l~lrat door trust o~ Ovorstad's Hardware store. Honor thy father and thy mother stands writ',en muong the three laws af nv,~t revered rtghteousness.-- Aeschylus (525-45a B. (?.). "Supplt- ~ lrl t.~ " THINK We Deliver or Pay the Post- age on ALL CASH Mail Orders KENNEDY'S SENTINEL BUTTE, N. DAK. COULO NOT DO HER HOUSEWORK ~~krfH EN e~ety- VV thing you at- tempt is a burden ---when you are nervous and irri- ~~.:"..~ table--at your , wies ~~ this medicine. Ir ~ may be just what '~-~*~ you need for extra energy. Mrs. Charles L. Cadmus 0f Trenton, New Jersey, says, "After doing just a little work I bad to !ie down. My mother-in-/aw recom- mended the Vegetable C.qmpou,d. I can see a wondearful change now."