Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /home/stparch/public_html/headmid_temp_main.php on line 4389
Newspaper Archive of
Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 11, 1950     Golden Valley News
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
 
PAGE 8     (8 of 10 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
May 11, 1950
 
Newspaper Archive of Golden Valley News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2024. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information
Terms Of Use | Privacy Policy | Request Content Removal | About / FAQ | Get Acrobat Reader




THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1950 i ................ : .... "~I ~l~q'l*. and Mrs. Dayton Edson! ~ .............. ,e ,-~ . . Ir~ l l}eft for their home at Spokane, !,| II~I.| IT I %pnllnpl lltllte !iWash.. after having visited rela-I Wlh lllY l~eW.~ | ~.!~c~ ...... tt~. ~ l i tives here and at Beach. i| .............. | ~l Lvle Martin has been ill at [ ~_ . ~--"~ i his "home the past ten days -- ........ , ..........~ = =- ,:Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kessel Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Yates an- i Mrs. A. Inwood came home Fri- and family, and Florence Kennel joyed, a visit last week with Mrs. day from Dickinson, where she drove to ,Belfield Sat. evening, Yates niece and husband Mr. and had been hospitalized with eye where Florence and Ruth spent Mrs. Emory Vetch and family of trouble the week end Minneapolis, Minn. Sig Bakken, Carl Dolthorp and ,1VIr. and ?]rs Donald ~:vans ,Mr. and Mrs. John Honnold LeRoy Amunrud, ~students at and Mr. and Mrs. Gr.ant Hillman, and 2Ylr. and Mrs. Walter Dixon Bozeman college, came home accompanied the body of their were Sunday afternoon visitors at Sunday, to help with the seeding mother to Iowa, for burial. Sin. the Vic Johnson home i The snow storm made them think care sympathy is extended the Charles and Peter Wagner left i they might as well have remain- bereaved relatives, for their home at Dyersville, la., led in Bozeman. ~.'---~-'A-A ,. A A ~ A'A A~. after having been here for thei Jeannette Stockwell, who is ~v~v~vm~v~'v~v~v~v-~v~vm~. funerals of their brother-in-law, i employed in a Glendive bank, ~am' .... Math Dietz, and their niece ,Mrs. spent Sunday at the parental IlY,-h. Th otw-- Joe Dietz. ]Dan Stockwell home IqrqJl~V .ILUtq.,~tl, lq.~i The Chas Allen family were ,Mrs. A. Germann and children W~x, Montana Glendive visitors Saturday. t vimted the forme.r's daughter, ! Mrs. Fern Tangen was hostess Mrs. ~. Jones at tne J:;eacn non- ---- to the Study Club at her home ipl~ai ~un~aY'cassid came from THURS.-FRI.-SAT, Tuesday evening. Roll call was ~. Mr. JUS ~ last Yeek to look Mnv 11 - 12 - 12 ianswered with suggestions for lL~ure~" lwo t., . _ _ _ .._,.%, __ v the annual outing, After the arter nis Earning interests nere. " ~" Mrs Edward Meyers had sur- ~6 " " ,, meeting a tasty dessert lunch ~' " 1 Chicago Deadhne was served by the hostess. I!.,,ery,at the J~:::tOn;riM:moHar t noSpl[aln Y. STARRING: ALAN LADD. DON- Mr. and Mrs. Max Northrup h. ~ ~---~ ...a ..hn,~,~.. ~nd 1~Jr~ ~ ~D *and son s ant Sunda and Mort ~ .... b,~.~ ........................ *'~ ~*~" " P Y " J W Meyers visited her Sunday I day at the parental Ray Zmsht ~ ~ A A ~ A A ~ A A ~ ~ "" " " " " " "{and report her to be getting home. ] Mow; nicely. ~--'-- , ;, ,,, , ........ , ..................... M~:s J. E. Trollope and Mrs. .~, . , . ,~. i._. iSevert Knutson are hostesses at 51ei hfs CIty Dru iscW2 e a ' Beach, N. Dak'. !?rs: ' ................ SCHICKSHAVER I] Mother's Day See us for genuine Schick Accessories ,,,, MAY 14th l llCI'C is no one liKe H 's a. xvice you'll appreciat0! mother, make h e r Everything you need to keep your glft'" a' spec" , "i'al one. chickElectricShaverin topcondi- ,., . . tioniahere, ready for you. All we 13ttv(7 lllaIlV Dcau- nuineflchiekaeeoa rie8. tiful gilts tffat will Come in todayl please her. I~41CK SHAVING HI:ADS V-16 Double Head, preeision-haned . . . . . ~ * $5.00 3- M Single Head, hollow-ground ............. ~1.00 LOBE Kff: oil, grease, brushes, screwdriver ............. *~$ SHAVER CORDS [or all models .., ................ |.00 CLEANING BRUSHES, package o/three ................ .25 The Sensational Guess the weight of a 14 x 30 Tractor Tire and No Obligations. Come in and Register your guess. ~ ~ ~ 4t Worn Tractor Tires waste time WHY??? Why run the risk of losing valuable time in the busy corn planting, or harvest season, with worn out tires? Why waste time trying- to get a few hours work from those old, worn out, tractor tires? Choose Now and i Why not replace your worn out tractor tires now, and save valuable time when you are busy during the rush season. Beach, North Dakota THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS. BEACH. N. D. * -.-THURSDAY, MAY 11, 1950 Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reineeke Have Food Sale-- Into New Cal. Home--- !past few years, just moved into were Glendive visitors Sunday. [ The First Lutheran Ladies Aid] Mr. and Mrs. Neal Seeley, and their new home, which they built Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Scammoniis having a food sale at Miller'~, two small sons, former residents on a .hill overlooking the city. and sons, [Mr. and Mrs...C.A. ',Grocery, Saturday, May 13, 'be-I of Beach, now making their home l Mr. Seeley was an instructor at Steam ann 'Mr. ann ~wrs. tceuoen~ginning at 1:00 ocolck, lin Los Angeles, Calif, for the the Beach Airport Amunrud attended a meeting at[ t " , the WIennonite church in Glen-!-~-~~-A---~.~~~--~A--~--~------A--~--~~ ' dive Tuesday, where Ray. V. W. ~ ~,~vv~r~'~r~r~'~rv~vv~w~v-~v~~~~~w~~~ Steele was an out of town speak- i~ 4 er , 4 ' Walter Knowles is ably filling P ~/l/l'~rl~I|ITl~ ll~A~k7 ]IkA[ A ~7 1,41 ~, the pastor's duties at the C.f.~ ITIUlIl~lqt ~ l// l -- ITIAI lq~ church in absence of Rev Dick Baals. He announces there willP ~. a .~ ..... ~ be special Mother's Day services ~ 1_ __~ I1 --1-- ll~__ir~r l ~ q next Sunday a. m., and p.m., k tlllrll Ifllll'rt~ KIITT/ItT ~llll~ll~/~l with special numbers in song by ~ Illllllll lll m r~_ I lllllmm'l -111111 I1 _ 4 the choir ~' wwm IllbV i 'Nll VJ411 ll vl 4 LMrs Lucy Cullen was hostess b ' ~ Io the Royal Neighbors at the ~ " ~" q/l ri~ ~ n ]tt[ 4 court room Wednesday evening, b ,)~JW lO ~ ~'. ~V1 Mr. and Mrs. Simon Nodland ," and Mr and Mrs. Ray Blyton P 4 were Beach visitors Sunday ~ * . e w 4 .Mr. and Mrs. Buskohl andr 4 Mrs Elsie Zinda were bus~ness b Let Doe ner' " " " " - " visiiors in Glendive Thurs y. k r s aie neIp you entertain , I A large crowd attended the ~ .... . Jt a .... ] ,Junior-Senior Prom ~held at the your nreelous IVIatthr--- n h-r ~q[oar ~]~,~fJ~,~*'~,~ q i beautifully decorated high school F .~ [" ~L~tll~'S-""'-'~ll IIKJI U~I~--TI~LII~I ~ 4 i ~ L i' audltormm" ' on Friday night. Thems ~ w~ " 4 ]grand march was headed by M"k raVe i Marjorie Fehr, who was chosen J 4 : :Ai a~i~d ~ ~ivldn ;~ nat~ e::lc~l~b i . Beginning Sunday and every alternate Sunday, ! ma~ to the effort which has been ~ we will feature Sunday nlte Buffet Suppers. L Putforth to keep the young peo- streets and furnish r ........ . Phlemffw[he good clean amuse- k !We will offer a wide selection of delicious men tat the t foods, all you can eat--served in an atmosphere of winter months, tmn ) h .... in vharge of devotions, James . o.sp]tallty,.pleasa, nt surroundings, and jolly fmend- Lynn and Russell Welsh were It shl " a a t w" " 4 .... ie " p--justhke bemgat p r y your good frmnds in cnarge ot games, ana ~amm p Scammon, refreshments. ~hese ~ around you. young men, assisted by Rev. Dick ~ 4 Baals have taken turns at meet- 1.25 PER PE ing with the young people, plan- ~ $ RSON , ning games and refreshmertts, k ] and are entitled to a vote of b 41 thanks for their efforts to keep ," 4 the ~ oung people happy and con- ~ ~ ....... ~ ~ 4 tented, enjoying clean, whole ,' t " ItltEffNE R S CA[ E , some, entertainmen . I~ Deputy sheriff, Wallie Kuch ~ (Support your own home town. and it will support you. Think that over--Money ~. ~ ~Pe7 d s :n 1 t h eb ;eyen tn sv~e~na lhke I* spent m Beach sla~/s here, Glf t t " " ' , " "'" lappc( t'rcc auempted to arrest about 3 o clock Sunday morning, suffering ', Woodward Drug Co. a concussion of the skull. He was taken to the Beach hospital by Sheriff Eli Swartz, but at last reports had not regained con- sciousness for any length of time. Mr. and ~Mrs. Stainer Pederson and daughters of Glendive, and Mr and Mrs. Clarence Pederson and baby of Beach were Sunday guests at t,he home of Mr. and Mrs. Sig Pederson. F-OR SALE Seed Grain BARLEY POTATOES Bliss Triumphs Russets FERTILIZER 6-30-0 Treble Phosphate 6 - 24 -12 Melvin Phone 4F-12 Beach, N. Dak. 26-tfc : _:=====--:- = .... __ Ideal gift for every bride, PR~-ro COOKEm~ save txme and $14.95 COAST - TO - COAST ~c]~ N. Dak. DON'T MAY 14 Washable, Rayon and Nylon, in Pastels and Prints. $8.90 Lace Trimmed Nylon Slips $3.33 They're all nylon--even the lace. In pink, blue, or white. Sizes 32 to 40. Fis~t quality 51 gauge 15 de~ nylorm for lust 981 In summer shades ranging fro Hght beige to smokey-taupe. Penne~s. only. 8t- 11. I