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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
April 26, 1934     Golden Valley News
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celebrated her Wednesday in the usual birthday surprise was her by Mr. Tschida, the Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Mr. and Mrs. Frank' Mr. and Mrs. Alfred td Leo Tobias and wife. played during the even- refreshments serv- Amost enjoyable time was re- Edna Peterson took her sis- tO Beach Sunday. Mrs. A. M. Peterson were of Mr. and Mrs. WaN Page Sunday. Thos. Kirkpatrlck who has Ill the past two weeks with is able to be up again. Schrom is able to be riding and is commmencing to illnlmetty good after her long pain- as& F, nudson was a Beach visitor Btansen was in town Sunday Working north of Beach. Dave Howle took her little to Beach Monday for attention. Ellen Welch is able to Walk for a short 8troll, when wea- Dermtts. Mrs. Welch has had siege of the flu, but is gain- every day. went out to the Philip home to place them under for measles. Mr, Page very ill, but is some better. also made a professional QOlva enroute. Dale was up from Vim after a load of oats he from Harry Punk. Page was a Beach vis- afternoon, I Cameron entertained at a dinner Party Sunday eve- The Parslow and Mrs. of tnd a couple from the famlli ~houb~, Mrs. W. E. Curl ~i ~ Mrs. Pearl and Glen Page a~kended the Mrs~,~Vm. Me- "Pair of Kings" Takes the Field County 22 Years Ago The elections were taking up pret- ty much all of the newspaper space I ranged factorles west of the twin in 1912 they being of unusual inter- ~ ci~ies, and with Mr. Burkland doing eat to the voting PoPUlace that year, I the decorating another great ira- the county being just in its birth, I provement will be manifest. newly organt~ed. All the en- had jtmt been completed were as follows: For super|n- of School, Miss Maria Ack- ~an, A. J. O'Keefe as county cam- for the second district ~or~'e A. Totten of BowmaP~ was ~t evening. game of wast~y_ elected a member of committee representing the Pro- home diamond .q ay League of Bowman county, between the town school boys. Ed. Hoverson endorsed for state sen- at the hall star. Representatives endorsed for so largely the 39th district were: John Od- were too land, Sentinel Butte; Walter J. are in Johnson, Marmarth; Theodore K. Curry of Bowman county. R.F. .... *.,, Oallagher was reappointed City At- th~ pyuuuI barney; M A Egan, City Auditor; nl~~,J~_t_as' and[George I~lng chief of Police. J, s-~ ann nay ~ ~ " h" wa'-hman LZ Practice m-' ...... ;~t~ower, mg ~ ~c . ~nese played brothers, and they are now can now go pre~t~Vgo~dn;:~ /men were apPointed by Mayor Reed trotting the pace with the others. tot. ] and the new city council, April 17th, A.E. Kastien was named by the Mary Paralow h- ,- ~ 1912. council committee for president with net car mi h o With house hold s~mcts ~re ~ Manager Chas, F. S t f the J. P- Smith for vice president. May- ~0 moo - -- " ' " lng to Ollle as soon opera house achmved an |mPortant or Reeds new council committees. auditor Comes to make the success for himself and the play were also named and are as follows: t Mrs. Par|low will make a I house, when in the presence of Past- On finance. H. B. Museus. J. J. Bart- trip to HYsham. Mont., I or James of the M. E. church of ley and Henry Waiters. On streets i,.~. week before taking unlMIles City, last Sunday he made and alleys, A. E. Kastlen, J. p, u-,=~ as depot agent "~m,2L~pennanent the retention of his pc- Smith. W. V. Hughes. On water- ~,_ and mother arrived ^-[pulax .cashier Miss Aline Chesman works, W. V. Hughes. A. E. Kastien ae.r household goods have 1 by saying with her the words that I and J. J. Bartley. ira SOme time /made .them man and wife. MissI Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sffert came in .nk and family'enjoyed a ~ Chesman was the lady bookkeeper|from Lone Tree township Sunday his brother Herman of ~of the First National bank. l after the latter| sister, who has been / J. J. Raftery was the victim of/ill in the local hospital. ~ocP. ast Week hel an " , d son from Is- serious accident, while out plowing Attorney Mark Jones will leave to- m Oolva most of last the latter part of last week. The morrow for Sparta, Wise., where he ties|. ~, Ed, Elde of Alpha I team which he was driving ran away will recuperate for a few weeks. It entangling Mr. P~aftery in the reins has also been intimated by people Callers at Golva. t and drawing him under the horses who are presumed to know. that Was a business feet. this able young attorney is about to Monday, getting re- might have been in April, 1912, is] prospering law firm. That is, a garage. That the weather was not all it]add another partner to the already shown by an item as follows : There t partner who will be a guardian has been very little farm work done ~ angel to him for the rest of his na- ~Panlel, an4 Setter, during the past week and no cases/ tural life. to the use of guns ha of sun stroke. SPaniels played a School was only open in those ..... Part In the sport days seven months of the year, this~ scenting power dl- week being the last week of school, t placement of nets or Chas. I. Cook, former proprietor of Which the dogs also the Advance 2~ years ago appeared l ApProaching the clothed in the garb of a son of the as poSSible, the do| soil, and is preparing to go into] a crouching position far~g "sled le~d%'' On his Men- net to be drawn over tana farm this season. 1 the blrds he was point. Tho~. Oldis called at our ~anctun~ taken; or this week to renew his subscription. [ on her nest: or aom~ Thos. Kirkpatrlck and .~!. C~nlin, J of young ducks on two prominent farmers of Lone Tree t to water. Because ot Town~lp braved the terror of the/ position at't, aLUed ,by murky roa~ and ~me' to ~ [ as "Set- Tue~lay paying this great dispenser Bred larger and of mm'al news a fine visit. Call a leg for Increased speed, again, boyl~ i that sti|l retala (7. A. Burkland is bUSily engaged GASOLINE head and coat to this week in doing some decoratingI [lflf[[~||||[[ lers cigar factory, The Woodward~ . "" boys have one of the most neatly ar- 1 Agent Beach Stiz~ Dan~erou, pollen in which the y worklug. Indlvidoais Adm/t o~y clean, on~tru~vj~n~ by rea~/ng stung repeatedly anu THB CHRISTIAN SCII~C~ MONITOR no Ill effects other A Daily N~slmper/or ~ Hom~ of the sting It- suffer a serious r~- zt ~..n ~ mm~c~, w~td ~ ~ ~ a%.~l~ ~ ~d .~,,,,~ slagle I~/ng. A pro- M~?. tat~ete~s te,tt~. ~U~ z~ as ta~tT,m'y on wo~en..A~d~, He.re. l~l~ CaJum~ and *~V~sclidns die Wodd Go By" the patteut, r~ ........... ~*~2~_~_Z._.~_. .............. In breath. ~t ~e~a~ ~e~e~e~ pa~t~hlm~et~ Cramped condl. _on,. ~m~ ~, ~ ~~ e.hest The feet turn ~ ~,,.~,, m, ~m.tmtO~, to T~ Chrt~;su Sctm~.~ ~o~to~ ~or ye~r ,89,00 'Fh~ m0ntha $2.2~ exeeed|ngly followed ~ StC~ffiemon~ 4,~ ~ montl~ 7~ The eon~l- ~ ~am, ............. up within a ~ ............................................................... last two Or ! , s~ ............................................................................ and then end I , c~ ........................................ s~, ................................. l~aUent. ' 3~mp~e Co;~/on R~ ~ A~a The City of Beach is now resting place for the genus hobo, Chief of Police Irving gathers them up, takes them before Judge Salzman, and the judge puts them to work on the streets. This week seven of these gentlemen of leisure have been dili- gently at work improving the streets i of the city. Somebody said that the chief was compelled to rearrest one of these fellows for exceeding/ the speed limit---with a shovel. There were two others of the boys who ab- solutely refused to work, and they, were given a ten days' diet of bread ] and water. Subsisting for two daysI on this nourishing fo~d they sudden- ly became ambitious and were anx- I ious to be SlaBBed among their era- [ Ole~dtve fro" ~ " and ---'--- carl and to, Jim Donaldson . her subscription to ~ Paper ~ : ~ ~ ln~ _ m about again af- ~ . ;~ m~ run for" ~er a ,ong seige with a sprained - ' " led fu 1887 ~ ~d~hndent of sc.hook~ .... ___ , and P Id off ~,umn Lrons is up from Alpha via-} "~'. | ~ Prom.s of nancy, an average of ~ zSt~ ttnol~ ' ltmg Doris Odman for a week ~ .... { pO ~er litve. Se~nJ~.J: .~. Norem, the Old pio~ ,,.__._ " i xn mis issue will be found the an- -------. . n .met ~tte, was In town The. MI~. Ira Museus spent Thursday n t of "Sl.im." _Loebe as. a ~ __Mr. and Mrs..Clem Parker of Wl- and Friday of last week in Beach. [ um~e zor snenzL Oeorge Ires oau~ were ~aach v~dtors Friday. vlsits and: o/d: ftiend~ were ~, long been a resident of the count ------ see hii~, ----- I Y The dancing pavilion at Wild- / r.osslble for the office and that on the street~ ~day was Nate. l~al- Mrs. John Denton braved ~e ~L~ and says he will make the best rac~ Among the out-of-town folks seen "-----" storm last Thursday to make a h~. Wood Park, over by Baker, will have ~ many friends have promised sup, liday of the Pleasant Valley ranch, hess trip' t(~ tawTt. a grand opening of the dancing sea- i port. son Saturday, April 28. For details i" see the advertisement on page eight. M.B. Hogoboom Alfalfa is a Perennial !this office Friday was a caller at and announced legume of his intention to run for county corn- the same family as peas, beans and missioner in the Third district 'clover. Alfalfa hay and pasture which comprises the southern part are eaten readily by all classes of of the county, Mr. Hogoboom is farp~ livestock, of the substantial and serious ed farmers of that section, has many An American tourist was touring friends and hopes these will remem,. EuroPe when the weather turned bar him on election day. While he cold and he found he had left his has not made his intentions Imown o~efdderwear at home. On account lto this Paper, it Is Presumed' ~s eXoPer~:~ ,ea~ble~?e--.~duc" I Tm Wosepka. the present co~?s. SOS BVD's ~ ,~- ,v.uwmg-- ~ stoner, zrom that district, will ' - ~-.,. ~v~,. [ renomination. FOR SALE The Letson Bufi g Second Building EasL The Old Gol- den For / When you pay the price of~: Knee-Action car, you ~u. rally want senuine Knee-Actlon and a~ tha$ goes with it. You want the new sling ride at its best. You want the huskiest~turdlest front.end you can buy. And, of 0burse, you want shock.proof steering, y~u pay for them all--ha ye~ 8e~ then ~ in the h>w. price fleld~ eldy from C~vro~. ~ne reaso! iS/ are costly to build--so costly that onl- A Chevrolet, afford to* make ment in new p "r~es among the Chevrolet has the of sales that tion cost. ,,o-.,,00, -]! ,o,o,,,... ! II0 Ml ll Ii01111 eAKE-OOIITIIOLLE| , , BIIAKEII MOST largest builder of cars, can necessary huge invest. o/the low. Only and the as~ extra produe~ doe|it because Che~. ON SELLING. YOU MUST KEEP THE BEST. co.. DETROIT. MIC'~ ~ %- .......... BOBIE$ BY ] SAVE WITH A CHEVROLlrr VALVE-IN-HEAD SiX W. C. SCHULZ, Beach, N. D.