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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 17, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACH. N. D. ADVANCE , THURSDAY MAY NI q, , . John Deere Planters John Costs I John If you ler. THE CO. :Mrs. John Michels and daughter, t Sunday evening. They were here to Mrs. Leo McLaughlin returned to t attend the funeral of their husband~ their homes at Long Beach, CaUf,j and father. III il [ I I J III H II ORANGES Per Head 10c 25c; 2 for L..__Z .... 35c Crop, 2 doz .............. 37( ....... $5.36 25 Pounds __ $1.38 10 Pounds 54c Mild 17c COOKIES ............... 23c 28c 19c Sno-Sheen " 25c MICKEY-MOUSE CUTOUTS on EVERY PA~KAGi~ Post Toasties Corn 4 69c II MILLS Dance Orchestra FRILDAy, HAY I Featuring KAY AUSTIN, N. B. C. Star LOCAL NEWS M. P. Lovgrcn has been appointed appramer for the Home Owners Loan corporation of Golden Valley county, this being one of the feder- al projects, George Kenniston. inspector for the state beer department, spent yesterday in the city. Mr. Kinnlston was formerly a Beach resident. All grocery stores of Beach are of- fering this week some choice bar- gains in s~andard goods, For con- firmation of this see the advertise- taunts of the Reynolds and Red Owl stores in this issue, the Advance having now become very much a place where the buyer can make his choices before coming to town. There are several Indian Congre- gationalists attending the church conference now in session here. among them being Rev. Ed. Good- bird of Van Hook and Robert Lin- co]ri of Elbowoods. The stOckgrowers of this vicinity will meet at Medora on the 22nd. ~-~ interestin~g feature ~f the gath- ering will be a fine rodeo. Watt Johnson has repainted the front of the postoffice building. According to a report of the wea- ther recorder at Bismarck, Beach and Bowman are the only two towns in the state this year that had an excess of rainfall during the last five year average. Beach had an ex- cess over the average of 1.75 inches. while Bowman had 15.19 inches. Fargo has a shortage of 39.66 inches. "Hank" Tornow. son of Henry Tornow Beach. was married to Violet Labeck of Lewlstown, Idaho. May 5th, 1934. at Moscow. Idaho. Hank is now with a cooking crew in the mountains. In this issue of the Advance will be found the announcement of Her- man Dletz that 4~e is in the field for nomination to the office of county superintendent of schools. Mr. Dietz has practically lived all his llfe in the county and is known in the eastern part of the county as a sterling young man in every way. Candidates for office have until May 28 to file their petitions for of- fice. The earliest date for filing is May 18. Saturday, May 19th i~,t~e last day in whic~ to non--the t~le- phone offi o./ to have Itelephone an~ listing as thel new TELEPHONE DIRECTORY ~ilI be issued soon. 3-1t. Miss Hurley, a sister of Mrs. A. J. O'Keefe. who has been visiting, her for several Weeks. returned to her home at LaCrosse, Wisconsin. Wed- nesday morning. Mrs. R. R. Halstead was hostess to St. Matthew's Guild Wednesday afternoon. Following a pleasant af- ternoon the ladies was served a de- licious supper by the hostess. Tommy Hudson. who fell a week ago and hurt his knee is progressing nicely and is now able,to get around with the aid of crutches. Mrs Da~y Jarehow died Tuesday afternoon at 5:30 p. m. of cancer. at her home. Funeral ~ range- merits have not as yet bee:. ,. ,~lded upon. Mrs. Jarchow is the sister of Barney Plesik. Mrs. Jarehow had lived in Beach many years and had many friends who will be much grieved to hear of her push~ on, Dominlck Ku~owski's young son is home from the hos~it~l at Diok- inson, a~ter his operation for appen- dicitis. He is held back from improve- ment by an attack of rheumatism. The Thelen Homemakers club will meet next with Mrs. George Roister, June 1st, instead of June 7th, as scheduled, I hereby announce my/~ndidacy for the office of Coun~uperintcn- dent of schools, su~i~et to ~the will of the voters at J~Ie June Primary and gene~l ele~t~on. Am graduate of the ~ate/reachers college at Dickinson~ si~ which time I have taught sc~o~l two years. I have lived in ~[e county all but two years of m~ life and-understand the needs of odr county schools. I re- spectfully ask the supP~ and vote at the coming election/" 2-re. and two color~ thf Advance Of- rice. w [ 3-3t. FOR SALE---Baby 41eks~" day old or started. A~ tu~ey poults, for immediate d~ve~. WHtc or c~ll Ren Hatchery~leklnson, North Dakota, 2-5p. STOVE FOR SALE--Red Star gaso- line stove in prime condition, Will at a bargain..Mrs. J. Cr(~ Little Shiela Gass, daught~l' of Mr. and Mrs Albert Gass, who has been ll with pneumonia, following the measles, is no~ progressing as she should. She is a very ill little girl. The Gass' many friends sincerely hope she will be able to weather.the inroads of~rible dise~: If you are moving . /. if you want to have a teleph~a~e installed in your ho!~e or p la~ of business, if anyone i~ y0uraXome wants ad- ditional listings "t if for any rea- son your lis~n~hould be changed, please notif~he telephone office new because the new TELEPHONE DIRECTORY is about m go to press. 2-1t. Mr. Kisselberg of Olendive was a Beach visitor Wednesday. [,~r. Ki~- selberg will be remembered Lure a.~ I the manager of the old electrLc light plant here some years ago. Rev. Oisvold was In attendance at ti~e annual spring meeting of the Mandan Circuit of the N. L. C. A. which was held at Flasher on May 13. 14. and 15. E. P. Oetchell, a job printer of Valley City and a delegate to the Congregational conference, paid 1:his office a pleasant call. We knew his dad over 50 years ago, when he was farming in Barnes county, but who, the lucky fellow, is now taking life easy in California. ! Mr. Burchette of Trotters is quite] Gilbert Gilbert, son is I ill in the Beach hospital with acute l roof put on his rooming enteritisI First avenue For Good .Meals MOY CAF Is the Place To Go Ugln tldmm 2-, 49" for W~ Penlwy's most popular seamless stocking! And what a mileage record ~r they'd make if you figured them out in o~t per mile! Picot-top, French BuIR-up sh~l~ heel, in sizes 8 to I0~ ! Big savings! der, open, m~t~ tight knee, Am rib, raym trial In sizea 3441~l Yon Can Have Marquisette l ys' WASH JIT8 CURTAINS Easily tubb~l in Many Styles, as low ai 49" 49" iillZt Broadelothd Crisp-ruined Priseillas for kitehe ( I ~J~ Seersuekeral or bedroom; tailored pairs or smart )/~]~'~ Linenea[ Fall fring~ panels for the dining room I I cutli~l Flappex~l or living rool--a great collection. of marveldus values.., all 49c sot! 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