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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
April 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, APRIL 12, 1951 .-/ THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACB, N.D. PAGE EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Rev. E. J. Bott. Pastor Preaching Service, 10:15 a. m. School, 11:15 a. m. third of three great rallies be held at 8:00 p. m.. in othr with the Ray. F. W, Miss:ornery to China, the special speaker, m co- operation with the Methodist Christian Fundamental of Beach and Wibaux. Children's Hour Wed. 4:00 p. IL YOUth Fellowship Wed., 7:00 Prayer Meeting Thurs. 7:30 p. the church. LOCal obureb conference Fri- Y at 8:00 p. m., with the Ray. l[ It Strutz. C. S., in cha~ge. TROTTERS CHURCH: l~senday School 2:00 p, m. aching Service 3:00 p. m. ~ANGELICAL LUTHERAN CHURCH "O. L. OLSRUD, Pastor FIRST LIYI'HERAN BEACH: Sunday School 9:50 a. m. Services at 11 a. m., Sermon theme: "God's Chosen People, the Jews". Choir practice Friday at 8 p. m. FRINITY, SENTINEL BUrrE: Sunday School 1:30 p. m. Services at 2:30 p. m. Ladies Aid this Thursday after- noon with Mrs. B. M. Hogoboom as hostess. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH G. HINZ, pastor Misseuri Synod Services Sunday, April 15th, 10:30. Sunday School 11:30. Junior Choir Wed. 4:00. ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH Rt Rev. Msgr. John J. Heinz, Pasior Ev6ry Sunday Early Mass 8:30 a. m. High Mass 10:30 a. m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST LIQUID CREME Contains LUSTRIN it keeps the Lustre in! This quick-acting shampoo reMP.v cleans your halt; then leaves fi natl~-a'dy soft, easy to manage, and bewitchingly lus- tmus. Try it now! Buy a aupply today and save half! t LIMITED TIME! Regu|orly $]00 CITY Beach, North Dakota CHURCH N. I. Johnson, Pastor Wednesday evening 7:00 pray- er meeting. Friday evening 8 p. m., Invest:. tL~re Service. Sabbath School 10:00 a. m., Hour of Worship 11:15 a. m. The Dorcas Socitey will not meet until the 3rd of May. Hear tahe "Voice of Prophecy", every Sunday over KGCX at 8:30 a. m. SEACH METHODIST CHURCH J. Robert Boggs0 Jr.. P-stor BEACH: Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:15 a. m. Evening Service for April 15 will be dismissed in favor of the Zoller Evangelism Rally at the E. U. B. church. Tues. 8 p. m., The Angelus ttour at the Parsonage. Wed,, 6 p. m., Supper and Last Qu.arterly Conferenge in the church basement, with Dr. J Ralph McNeil, of Bismarck. who is District Superintendent of the :~outhern District of the N. D. Annual Conference. Starting April 22, the morning worship s~rvice will begin at 11 a. m. WIBAUX: Morning Worship 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a. m, April 18, 8 p. m., Bishop Rock- ey, of India, speaks at the Glen. dive church. Thurs. 7:30 p. m. Bible Study and ,Praye. 8:15 p. m., Choir. Beginning April 22, morning worship will begin at 9:30 in- stead of 9:45. Sunday School will begin at 10:30, THE CONGREGATIONAL CtIRISTIAN CHURCHES 9:45 church school meets wi%h classes for all ages. 11:00 Morning Worship, speei, al music and sermbn. ,Wednesday, the Pilgrim Fel- owship meets. The missionary meets this week. SENTINEL BUTTE: 9:30 Chimes. Morning worship. Special music and sermon. MEDORA: 10:00 t. m., Sunday School meets. 2:30 p. m., Preaching Service. We hope to get our new church started soon. Plans and bid esti- mates are now being received for an L shaped brick structure. Settle Brother's Affairs-- Mr. and Mrs. I. A. Halvorson of Osage, Iowa, arrived Sunday evening to remain a few days to settl~ UI~ the affairs of the late Carl Halvorson. I. A. Halvor- son is a brother of Carl. OPS MEAT ORDER BENEFITS FARMERS Two events in the .meat price control program were reported this week ,as of major interest to North Dakota livestock Drodu- ers~ farmers and consumers. The Office of Price Stabiliza- tion said: 1.---Farmers may have meat butchered for them off their farms and still remain free ~om having to register with OPS if they killed less than 6,000 pounds in 1950. 2.--Livestock prices may soon be brought under controls. Before the new slaughtering rule, farmers had to do all their killing at home to qualify ,as Class 3 slaughterers and gain exemption from registering with OPS. Now they can have meat put up outside the farm and sell not to exceed 6,000 pounds of it a year without registering. Farm. ers may slaughte~r unlimited amounts for their own use. Fat'mers must keep records of every sale of meat and give the buyer an invoice with names and addresses of both persons and the name and amount of meat transferred. John C. Eaton, North Dakota District OPS director, reminded Class 3 slaughterers that they must t~ag each wholesale and each leg of every carcass they sell. At present meat price controls start at the level of the slaugh- terer ,and the~e is no control on the price of livestock. SAW FILING I have added a saw straightening device to my saw filing equipment. Farmers; Bring in your saws now, so they will be in good condition when you need them after spring's work. ALL WORK GUARANTEED. BEN MICHELS Beach, North Dakota Watch the little lady park the beautiful, big ear . . . a single iiner on the steerina wheel can' do it now, with Hydra~dde~ DSTC HONOR LIST ] Engagement Announced-- INCLUDES GOLVA BOY The engagement of Enid ROa. Minard Maus of Gol~a is list- ning of MOunt to Richard H~ ed among students at Dickinson son of Golva was announced state teachers college who had week, the wedding to t~ake pla~ better than a "B" average for some time this spring. He is the the winter term. Forty-one men son of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Han~olh and 35 yeomen were included in the list released by Registra,r Henry Landis. Maus was one of nine students to earn a 2.9 aver- age. Read the ads in the l~tews and save money. Beach, while her parents, ~2. and Mrs. E. P. Running, mak~ their home at Boyd, Minn. ~iS~ Running is a therapeutic dietld. an at the Trinity hospital |It Minot. 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You get a full meuare of comfort and convenience, tool So If you want to stretch your cost of living yardstick /naa//gas aPp//ancm /#% a sure way to make your dollars have more cents optional at extra cost on all New Yorker and Imperial models . . . gives you exactly that. Here is by far the greatest single change in hand ing ease----and safety ---you ever found in any car. At your touch on the steering wheel, the car mechanically provides four-fifths of the energy to turn the tires on the road. Like so much in these new Chryslem... Hydraguide is so basically new, so basically better than anything before, that only when you try it can you ever know what if really does? finest engineered cars in the world The longest day', drive you ever made . . . without arm-~md- shoulder fatigue at the end. Around the curves . . . over the hilIs . . . Hydragulde does tot~ ~tths of the work/ l. tight city traffic . . . on awk- ward driveways and roads ... Hydra~uide means new satety, new ease, new awiltnes~ ol steetlnl~ control! The Most Badcally New Cars of Alll Beneath the rich new beauty of these Chryslers for 1951 are 73 different improvements and advances. Amonll them are the mo~t basic new ideas in any cars for many years! Like the revolutionary new FirePower engine, of 180 horsepower, which gives owners of Chrysler Imperial and New Yorker cars the most powerful, most efficient, most all-around economical powerplant in any ear today! And like the amazing new Chrysler Or:flow shock absorbers, which give every new Chrysler car riding ease with twice the shock.absorblnt~ power of any other cars at any price. And with all their newness, they're built to stand by you like no car you cart buyl Phone 24 Bexe N. l)#k.