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Beach, North Dakota
April 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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_e APRIl, 12, 1951 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH. N. D. PAGE SEVEN 13 "BOLTS and NUTS" GOOD MUSIC John Brown returned the Dickinson hospi- where she had un- surgery last week, Bertha Waldal spent and Friday in Beach at the Sofus Holthe ,and Hollenbeck homes. corresponaent ~s sorry to that in last week's news the names of Ted Kirk- and Bob Van Horn were in the list of men who Minneapolis business call- previous week. Jim Tes- Pttrchased a new Oldsmo. Mrs. Ruth Carlson was hostess to the Study Club members at their regular business meeting at her home Tuesday evening. Election of officers was held with the following ladies elected for the coming year: President, Mrs. Eva Kessell; Vice-President, Mrs. Maria Dietz and Secretary and Treasurer. Mrs. Fern Tangen. After the business meeting a very interesting book report on "Little B~itches" by Ralph Moo- dey was given by Mrs. Lenore Smith. Mr. Shileds who has been stay. ing at the Clarence Satre home. while doing carpenter work DOMESTIC We don't look after children, Or sweep the floors Or do the washing Or work out of doors BUT We serve the best food That you ever ate it once and you *- Will say Ws great l \ Open Daily 7 a. m. to 3 a. m. Sunday--noon to 3 a. m. We specialize in banquets and luncheons, call for appointment; We can serve any number. While there. Montana, have moved into the apartment over Carison's Store. Mrs. Huber is the former Gwen Cook. The dinner served by the Con- gregational Ladies Aid in the cht~rch parlors Thursday w~s very well attended and a delici- ous ham dinner was enjoyed by all. Mrs. Math Dietz and Anna re- turned last week from points in Iowa and Wisconsin, where they spent the past month visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde" Meyers, CONSERVATION DAY WINNERS LISTED Below are listed the names of those with winning entries in conservation and wildlife con- tests, held in conjunction with Conservation Day March 30. CONSERVATION WINNERS Posters: Ist Place, Chandler School, 2rid Pl,ace, Joyce Dykins, 3rd Place. Joyce Dykins, 4th Place, Eugene Still, 5th Place, Marie Susa. ' Honorable Mention: Jane Zem- ple. Sally Fasching, Darlene Je- sok. John Granat. Frankie Schil. io Jingles: 1st Place. I~avid Sted. Mrs. Alfred Martinson and three children visited at the Ole Om. around town, left Thursday for ]ey home Sunday. Minneapolis, Minn. to visit his Mrs. Wm. Franzen underwent 3rd Place, Dorothy Ann Neller- daughters, surgery at the Beach hospital moo, 4th Place, Theresa Lardy, Mr. and M~s. Arlo Huber who Wednesd,ay and is reported as re- 5th Pl.ace, Judith Ulfers. cuperating very welt. I Spelling Contest: No Errors: have made their home at Baker, YW. and Mrs. Carl Moen and Lyla Strum, Joyce Dykins, Carol Randy arrived home Wednesday Cheadle. One Error: Darlene from California, where they spent Wirtzfeld, Wilbur Stedman, Dan- the winter months. They also ny Sch,aal, Harold Wosepka, Jan visited friends inMinneapolisZemple, Marie Susa, Kathleen enroute home. Conradson, Theresa Susa. man, 2rid Place, Dorothy Hoeck , Essays: 1st Place, David Sted- man, 2nd Place, Cathc~rine Rising, 3rd Place, Helen Kukowski, 4th Place. Danny Scha,al. 5th Place, Lyla Strum. Honorable Mention: Beach Church, Joyce Dykins, Norita Kress, Maynard McManigal, Clark School. Scrapbooks: 1st Place. Chand- ler School, 2nd Place, Terry & Doanna Brown, 3rd Pl~ace, Lapla School, 4th Place, Rella Cook, 5th Place. Marian and Catherine Rising. ,Honorable Mention: Beach Sunday visitors at the Mike M. Lardy home included Mr. and Mrs. Nick Uetz, ~VIr. and M.vs. Bert Waldal and Donny, Mortice and Joey Dietz, Mrs. Bertha Wal- dal. Mrs. Olga Lardy, the George Lardy family and the Grog Deck. er family Miss Peggy Johnson who is taking a course in Railway Tele- graphy at Gale Institute in Min- neapolis axrived Wednesday for a few days visit with her parents Mr. and Mrs. Vic Johnson She returned to school Monday mormng. Mrs. Richard Kessel entertain- ed the Home Sentinel Homemak- errs Club at her home Monday. Sunday visitors at the John Sander's home were John's mother and his brother Larry of Beach. Tom Tescher is the proud own. er of a new Plymouth car. Frank N~rdblom left Friday for his home in Minnesota after having visited at the home of his sister Mrs. Frank Johnson and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Dietz were visitors at the Chas. Allen, Jr. home Sunday. Miss Jewell MeBee attended a Methodist Young Peoples Rally at Mandan Saturday. IV~. and Mrs. John Kalkman and Mrs. Alice Moore were Sun- day visitors of IVlx. and Mrs. Frank Boyce. Here Foz Decti~ Rev. A. H. Barttor, S~ate Min. ister of the Congregatdonal Churches, spent two days in Beach last week. He was here for the dedication of the new or. gan, heating plant, chimes, lec- tern, offering plates, and redeco. rating of the interior of the edi. rice. Some $3500 in gifts and im- provements have been made to the Beach Conglreg~tionel church in the past six months. Named To Scout Board-- Church School, Olson School, Lit- tie Beaver School, Burkey School, Carlson School. Soil and Water Conservation Poster, Higk School: 1st Place, Cecelia Dobrowski, 2nd Place, Louise Scherman. WILDLIFE Posters: 1st Place. Joyce Dy- kins, 2rid Place, Nancy Kemp, 3rd Place. Eugene Wehrman, 4th Place. Jimmy Ulfers, 5th Place, James K~amers. Honorable Mention: Joann Wehrman. Edmond Blaszczzcki, Darrel Oech, Lyla Strum, Glen- nette Fakler. Maynard Fulton Dorothy Nellermoe. Scrapbooks: 1st Place, Nancy Kemp, 2rid Place. Weinreis School,3rd Place. Hillside School.4th " Place, Hillside School,5th Place. ttarding School. Posters High School: 1st Place, Elaine Schmitz, 2rid Place, James Ba~thel. meeting will 4ae with Mrs. Edith Charlie left on the early train Schmeling April IBth, two weeks Monday morning for New York, sooner then the regular meet- to take the ship on Friday, Alxril ing at Beach, N. D. Dinner will be at 12:30. A farewell party for Charles Johnson was held at the Ewald Johnson home on Sunday after- noon. There were about 30 ~ri. ends and relatives there. A love- ly lunch was served and cards was the main er~tertainment. 13 to leave for Sweden. He will visit with Enoch Anderson his 4 sisters that still live in Sweden. Beach merchants offer you a number ol money saving bmr. gains weekly. Read their ads. UNION MADE WORK CLOTHING Garner News The Golva Sunshine Society met with Mrs. Lou McManigal on Wed., April 4th, with 5 mem- bers and 17 visitors present. A lovely dinner was served by the hostess. Eletcion of officers was held and the same members were put back into office. Mrs. Mar- garet McManigal President; Mrs. Azalia Schmeling Vice-Pres.; Mrs. M, ar~,aret ~treitz See.; and Mrs. Edith Schmeling Treas. The next RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT. H. L. HOFFMKNN of Minneapolis, Minn., will demonstrate, without charge his "Rupture Shields" in GLENDIVE --- HOTEL/ORDAN WEDNESDAY, APRIL 18th From 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Please come early. Mr. Hoffmann says: "I have specialized in the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 ~nd personally fitted well over ten thousand cases. When skill. fully done most Rupture openings will contract in a short time. Above all you can go to ~work immediately without fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied customers right here in this commu- nity. Special lady attendant for WOMEN and CHILI~REN. Ask for Mrs. Hoffmann." CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cau weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. Peopl@ having large rupture, which have returned after surgical operations or injection treat. ments, are espec~ally invited. "If you want it done right, don't experiment. See HOFFMANN." If uv, able to see him at thls time address: 933 Andrus Building --- Minneapolis 2, Minn. HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. by guessing the number of stitches in the giant pair of overalls that we will hang in front of our store this Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 12, 14. The five persons guessing the nearest number of stitches will re- ceive one pair of overalls Place your guess in box inside store. Drawing will be held Saturday eve. SMITH'S APPAREL Phone 131 Beach, N. Dak. I [ -' Wibaux, Montana Bixby & Orgain, mgrL Rev. H. E. Lacy was notified by the Boy Scout Office itt Bis- marck, N. D., this week that he had been appointed to the ex- ecutive board of that organL~a- tion for the North Dakota area. FBI Man H~-- Fred Harvey, resident F~I agent of Bismarck, was in Beach Saturday on business. Wibaux, Montana Located 1 mile East of Wibaux, on Highway No. 10 That's what you will say when you see the many good tractors we have on hand, including several Minnea- Where The Crowds Go l olis-Moline models that are ready to go in the fields. Just rectived--a new shipment of GMC and Oldsmo- bile parts. !If You need Minneapolis-Moline REPAIR PARTS, get them at once; wehave a complete stock now. famous organist appearing nightly here, playing your old and new favorites, as well as several charming I te model Oldsmobfles--both '49 and '50 models to novelty numbers. You are sure to enjoy hearing this Choose from, all at down to earth prices, talented young lady. 66 I I Beach, N. Dak. 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