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2 The Golden Valley News ]. R. Boyer, G. V. Pioneer, Dies In Last Week And THE BEACH REVIEW And THE BEACH ADVANCE BEACH, .GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH D~KOTA THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1938 Rev, Henry Dissen Is New Lutheran Pastor Formal installat~ion services of the Rev. Henry Dissen in St. Foul's Luth- eran Church will be held this Sunday evening at 7:30. The installation prop- er will be in charge of the Roy. Alfred Klauslel, Gendlve, Montana, who INs served as vs~ancy l~stor during the absence of a regular pastor. Visiting clergy from neighboring congregatio~s will assist at the seriee. The Rev. Henry Dissen was formerly pastor at Garrison, North Dakota. He is a grad- uate of Ooncordia Theological Semin- ary in St. Louis.. Pastor Dissen and ~amily arri~led in our city Tuesday evening of this week. Beach Ball Club To Play Golva There On Sunday The baseball game last Sunday be- tween the married men and the single men resulted in a victory for the Ben- edicts by ,a score of 4 to 1 after seven innings of play. Overstads Be n Work On Funeral Home Past Weekl I~st week ground was broken for Beach's new funeral home, which will be built on the' lot Just north of the Bell Telephone +office. A. Overstad & Son, owners, have contracted with F. D. Spiegelberg to construct the build- ing, and he now has his crew of men busy on the new structure, which they expect to complete in about a month. As planned at present, the building will be of brick and tile, with a chapel where services can be held. There will" be a modern up-to-date preparation room. and all floors in the building will be of oak. Modernistic Nu-wood will be used to finish the interior, with in- direct lighting. Over all. the building will be ~6x70. with a garage in the rear. The funeral home will be equipped ith all the latest of conveniences, htch will enable the owners to give added service to the pubic at no extra cost. The building will indeed be a credit and a valuable addition to the city, and the Overstad's are to be con- gratulated on this fine forward step. Register Swift, recently acquired from the Fargo-Mcorhead team to do the catch- ing for the local team this season, did a nice Job of catching for the married men and contributed the feature hit of the day, a triple into deep center, Others who did duty for the victors were Stub Noyea, Art Wetsch Hank WoJohn, Carl Otremba, Ted Thompson and Louis KnapP. The pitching duties for the single men were performed by Frank Wensel who arrived in Beach that morning for a' vl~t at the Earl Jones home and also to try out for a place on the local team. He worked the entire game and altho he had some trouble locating the plate, he did good work considering the circumstances under which he waa working. Bob Jones, catching for the single men, got the first hit of the ~tng:- ~ ~f~yenr+Tor: ~: :~agte men were Joe Niece Hod gnderle, Donaldson, P~ntlal ~rhompson, Clifford Stecker, Ralph Sites. Ed Carlson and coach Sevland. The baseball situation presents a little different picture this week than it did last week. At that time it was KFYRDance Band, apparently certain that Myron Appel ~ ~ ~ " had agreed upon terms and that he[ t'lay uere june would be here this week. In a lair| ...... i~.In, hs, states that ~.e would ] The Four Counts, ~ radio dan.co ~"~'~-r"-'=:"-'= .......... 'com,~,,.~band, (which in reality consm~ o~ SlX not come Wl~,1ou~ a4~uL~Ju~i +"+~" k~ . -- ;_ __ ,.~t.~a ~. ~I~., 4~ nsid es), has oeen ~u ~, ~,~a. -, sation whlch the local officials co . ~c ....... city auditorium on ered and further nc otlatlo with him. were dl~mtinued. A re- TUeSaay , , quest for ~nother pitcher has been be spo~.~ored by the local baseball. ~ub, sent to .Manager Jack Kn~ht of the with all proceeds going for the olul~. This band, whcih has been heard According to an announcement ap- pearing elsewhere in thi~ issue, J. J. Hess is a candidate for the office of Register of Deeds. which also includes the combined offices of Judge of the probate court, and clerk of the District Court. Mrs. Hess requires ll~qe in the way of introduction t~ the voters. Coming to this county 2~ years ago, he was employed 4 years as bookkeeper and assistant manager of the Sentinel Butte Saddlery Co., then was appointed post master serving for 5 years, after which he established the Sentinvl Butte Review which was sold out to the present News publishers in 1933. Since that time he has held various clerical positions, among them the suc- cessful supervision of the federal seed loan setup for ~the. count~- -the past two yea~. " ~ .... + The wide range of office exper--~nce would amdoubtedly be a v~e asset to Mr. Hess in carrytug out the duties of ,a pl~bHc official. The Four Cou ts, daffy over KFYR, Bismarck, needs no introduction to radio listeners, and some real music is promised for that night. Plan to take it in and at the Fargo-M00rhead team. Howa~ Swift, a catcher from. the Fargo-Moorhead team of the Northern league, arrived here last Thursday and will carry out the receiving duties for the local club this year. He is ana- same time give the bah club a boost. tire of Berkley Caltforn~, a~d haS, ,\ " considerable e~perience pmytug ball| HOSPITAL NOTES in west coast competition. ~ year[ ~dlth Carew ~.~dAlayP.ha came in for he led his club in hitting and in num,| treatment last_ _. Y. _ .... r her of home runs, and should add a| ]~ Dudley ._Fulr~a Of G~riy~en~r; line week for ~rea~men~ ~ne na~ lot of punch to the local batting ~|ed last up, He comes here highly rec0mmended[ pneumonia. Services Are Held From Lutheran Church Afternoon many friends here of Mrs. J. R. pioneer settler of the will be grieved to learn esteemed old lady paased Washington~ on last May 12. Cause of her de- heart trouble. She was 82 services were held here Mon- from the local St. Paul's church. She was married to cemetery, the body arrlv- Stratify from Washington. The ltes were largely attended many friends of the deceased to pay their last respects Univezsally liked woman. was one of the very earil- here, coming here with her in 1903 and taking up a where the present Boyer is south of Beach. There almost continually until Of last year, when Mr. Boyer ~Way. Mrs. Boyer remained While, and then about four to Washington, where quite ill the past couple SurvlvR~ her are eight "sympathy is extended the relatives in their hour of was born in Ger- November 4, i~4. She Came ~ith her parents when she old. Her p~rents set- Pa., where she grew to At the age of thir- confirmed and joined the church. She war married to B0yer Dec. 31, 1887 at and to this union eleven born, Ernest and "Kenneth away in infancy, a son Roy, at 43 years passed away in In 1930. Eight children they are: Mrs. Bert Palmer of Boyer of Peoria, Ill., Mrs. of Beach, Lawrence Boyer Mrs.. Tom Bray Of+Kelso Crouse of Perrystmrg Mrs. Pete Thompson of these she kr~ves 17 and 7 gre~t grandchild- John Brlckel of Wads- and two sisters, Mrs. John and 'Mrs. Barbara Ohio. work took her many leaving Butler, Pa. They Akron, Ohio and from Indiana and Illinms, ar- in 1904, making her one settlers of which was county. After living here with her son Wash. "M~: and Mrs. A. J. her- to the home of her Mrs, Bray at Ke~0, Wash. ~he was taken .Ill and at Longview, to the home care for untRMay l~th when she v ~t 2 o'clock p. m. made many friends while Services were held there for the Chapel ~f the Dltlensen friends. l:Iome at 4:00 ,P. m. with Re~. by Jack Knight, manager o]~" the Far-1 Louis Larson of Carlyle entered Fri- of the Trinity Lutheran go~Moorhead team, and from all in&t- day and left Monday,~,~ ~t.~nnafter receiving Her wish was to be cations, the backstop duties here will, treatment for a ~,~.,~iter~d,~r-r treat" Beach with services to be ,be well taken care of this season~ [\L. E. Curl oI t~v~ w~ Paul's Lutheran church of The first game of the season wm be|n~nt Friday. . . . ernoon! a Mae Howie entered for ~rea~ was a member and then l~id played dt Golva next Sunday ~ft _ . I A~.. _ . beside her husband who passed when the local team meets the C~l.vaiment\on ~unaay- ......... +^'~oil March 1937 - team in one of their annual cmsmcs] jerome ~ess c~vu ,~* ~ ~--~ - ' " t ears have roved inter- lectomy/~Saturday. tor, Rev. Trinklem and famllytwhmh in pas y - P - - ~ - ' ~ ........ n of Dudle- ~ ~,~ ^~- ----~-~- ..... ,~,* ^~^--~- ond have drawn gooa crowos.~ Mavnara ~mn, ~ ~v y west to Portland which v itlX retur game wm be played on me i ton, e? re was an, rm wl~n neulnol~A~ her very much. ]local diamond on Memorial Day. !re g P ~t~ a ~ai ful wife and lovin | Games have been scheduled withi th g ason and MEETING OF DRY FORCES Who had a host of friends inlMiles City later in the__..____. ,.,m++ , ~,se I Beach, who will regret very I dates have been offerea~mnvy, ~_.~-, .:n,l~er ana ~c~ ~n 2ehr=3e~3re:ym~i~nt d:: It~g:~: ~d hear of her passing. ~ton, Watford City Ba "1 ~ed Kl~usler, Glendive Luth-]son but these te~ are yet to be heard I c~l .court house .F~_ ay e venh~g2o- or- ' , ~nize me ary lorce-~ uz ~ wt~,~. or conducted the final rites from. tg . Pauls church Monday after- ~ ...~ ~,,t~r m which was attended by P.V. HOMEMAKERS m. ~..~*~. ......... ~ The Methodist cnurca wm aav ~athea~ of eorrowl~ roll- preaching services Surtday morning at Inter~te~.In playtuS, base ' the Rig Four.team ta~o' at the Big, Four ball diamond May ~2, at I:~0 p, mi ,men .will play the The Pleasant ValleY Homemakers club met. ~t the home Pf Mrs. K.ermit Still on; t~.e. ~ of May IIIth. . were present. Ther~ +as a short ..bm- ~ae~me~tng after which the ax~r- ~on~ was spent in vi~ttug. -:Mrs. g. Sml~ ~rs. A. Still and M~s. H, Ross served a del/cious lunch "~ by angel food, cske and straw- The next m~ttug will be June ~d~ at the home of Mrs. R. Weish. JOINS THE NAVY Friday George "BUster" Dailey left for Billings where he successfully passed an entrance examination for the U. S. Navy. From there he to Salt Lal~ City, and from there on the navy on the west coast, li, a.~m, and Sunday s~hool at I0 a~ m,. I~V~ Florence Rcr~r~ will ~ in ehar~. ~ver~y ~ne. Mr zndMm fly of hom~e and Mrs. J. S. Schaue~,:last a short visit. They left for,.their I4~ain on sl~nd&y. The :TrOllOpe were former residents of the Trotters "vicinity, before their l~tana, several years ago and have many friends here who were glad to greet them ~ain, The U. B. Women's Missionary so- will hold their anntml Mother- Council wishes to ex- to the Northland the Vranna Auto J. C. Penney Co., for ~o the grand opening and dance held in the new on Easter Monday. A of town 28 Beach Seniors Fine Slow Rain Soaks To Graduate Here Surrounding Area Golden Valley county is this week Frlday May27th getting a real drenching rain, which 9 began Monday in the form Of a sl@w , ,~rlz~e and .haskept up cmw~tent- B.~..10, .t~ .~.~z~m.. ~rU! ~o/lY ever atuos, and still seems to show pa~uo q'. ~oo~ ~ "~ ,[c~mmg down very ~ow~v and wlth cool ......... v .... I temperatures prevailing, makes ideal Gr " "n e''-~rctses .... ]growing weather for crops here, and aduauo ex crees for ~wen~y-cight|~ a result smiles are evident every- Beach high school seniors will this'Where. year 4~e held on Friday evening, May ~Tth, in the high school auditorium, beglunh~g at, p, m. Rev.. William 0ver,400 G V Murray Allen of Grand Forks has * * been secured to give the commencement Students Are Vac address, and will use as his topic, "The Royal Road to Romance." P. J. Ed- president of the of cinated Last Week education, will award the diplomas. Mary Ethel Oilman is valedictorian of the class and Signe FosJord is saluta, Both Vaccination And Irnmuniz- torian of the group, ation Are Given To Most Senior class services will be held on next Sunday evening in the high school Children By Local Doctors auditorium at 8 p. m., with Rev. A. During the past two weeks vaccina~ L. Parcells as the chosen pastor for tion and immunization clirdcs were hekl the occasion, throughout the county at various Members of the class of 1938 are as school houses. Drs. Lyons and Morris follows: took turns at doing the immunizing, Gv~ndolyn Bartholomew. Edwin each working every other day. 400 Carlson, Lydia Dunder, Justin Dyklns, pupils were vaccinated for small pox Lucllle Enderle, Lois Erickson, Slgne and 452 were lnnoculated for dlptherta. Fosjord, Mary Ethel Gilman, Mary The total number of children being Hardy, Ruth Hartse, Idelle HeNries, presented for immunization being 537. Helen Hlgley, ThomasHudson Betty Some of the children yore lnnoculated Miller, Joe Niece, Dorothy Noyes, Emma and vaccinated while others took only Jean Peterson, Harold Peterson, Paul- the tunoculation of the vaccination. ine Peterson Marian Schauer, Russell Sorensen, Harry Spiegelberg, Margaret Attendance at the different poin~ Splegelberg, Nellie S~azk, Phyllis 8zu- where clinics were held is as follows: dora, LaVernne Tornow, Bruce Wand- May 2nd at the Crlpps and Herr ke~ and Edna Wassman. schools. 35 were vaccinated for mnall + pox and 26 lnnoculated for diptheria. May 3 at the Oolva school. ~ were Sawyer Is Candi v.oo,o+++~ and 23 were innoculated. " May 4 at the Strahen and Occh "I'Ve- schools were vaccina and wore date For Dist. , innoculated. May 5 at the Bonnie View school. - 11 were vaccinated and 10 were lrmocu- At a meeting of Nonpartisan Leag- l~ted. Air Mail Plane To+ +. Stop In Beach At 11 O'clock Today Plane Stop Here Is +Part Of Na- tional Air M~fl 'Week Cel~ bration May 1~.2~ ~:~ Beginning on last Monday, May 16, was the first day of National Air Marl week and everyone is urged to send at least'one letter by air marl during time, but more particularly on t~. morning, Thursday, May 19th, as & plane will stop here at Beach at the time. According to the schedule r~ ceded here by Postmaster A. J. the plane will stop here at 11:06 a. m. and will depart for Sentinel Butte, at- riving there at 11:15 and leaving at ll:B0. All persons wishing to get air marl letters on this special plane are Urged to get them in early this morn- tug. There hRs been some question as to why a recent collection of $10 waa made from local business men, espe- cially in view of the fact that an article had been printed stating that plata were dc~.ating their services. The local postofflce is in receipt of the followin~ letter from W. S. Hooper, state chair- man. Postmaster, .Beach, North Dakota. + My dear Postmaster: Please be advised that we have letted+ ~our on~ to the and h~ve been. advised th~tr~ the next article con~ special ~- up po4nts, the Fargo Forum out that pilots are donating but that tt is expected tint and personal expenses will be care of through state headquarterL'+!]~ should be evident to the business men of your community that a payment of $10,00 would not cover the commercial rate on a special flight through that section. uers of (}olden Valley county recently, E. O. ~wyer, a well known young bUstueas man of Beach, was drafted to make the race for representative to the North Dakota legislature from the 29th flistrict, on the Republican M~. i~SawFer needs no tutroduc~ion to pe~1~ :this emmty where he is well ~..fa~ known for his lnt~rity. ~1 bus~_J~+ ability. He is well fitted 'for the d~ of the office by his daily contacts with people of all classes and stations in life. He also spent many years in business in the Capitol City where he was intimately associated with some of the most able legislators of ~ur day. He was born and grew to manhood on a farm near Driscoli, N. D., where his parents still reside. If nominated and elected no doabt Mr. ~awyer will make a record tha~ our ~tate and county, and especially Beacll, ,na~'~.tLhe proud. S~NTINg~ BUTTE ~OOL NOTES The Senior Sermon of the Sentinel Butte high school graduating class will be delivered by Rev. Smith of Beach on+Sunday, May ~2nd at 4:00 p. m. The public is cordially invited to at- tend. Patsy LaMeres placed second in the state verse reading contest at Grand Forks, last Thursday. Bill Burns was given a honor and superior rating for his bass clarinet solo. The Junior Prom was ~ delightful May 9 at Sentinel Butte. 67 were] Yours very truly, vaccinated and ~9 innoeulated. I W.S. Hcoper, May 10 at Plain View and Valley~ State G'~na~ View Schools 27 were vaccinated ~ndI The special planes for today wflIr~ 30 innoculated. I celve and dispatch air marl for all May 11 at the Lincoln School in towng where they stop. YOU can send Beach 79 were vaccinated and 95 in- an air .mall letter to all towns listed May 15 at the High School in ~eh lD/c~.~m~ ~illdeer, Center, Glen unto, 845 were vaccinated and-52 tunoculated, and ~mmarc~. May ss at the +Lmcom 'sohoo~ In! Beach 84 were vaCclnat~d and 121 in-/rll / noeulated, r eacn Track Men= i There was a very good attendance of, InPre'hl children at the cilnies held~Beach. , Win Second Place These Immunization clinics were held ++ o, In Dickinson Me . , Board 0f Health and the County Ad-1 visory Committee on Health. The help r given by the teachcrs and parents is~ Tueeday Coach Sevland and greatly appreciated. The County bd- of the local track squad visory committee on Health and the .Dioktusonto participate in a ~t Nurse take the. means Of which had been postponed thanktug all those who hmpea ~o mmw .pi~ious~ Saturday, due to the clinic a success, weather Beaelr~ placed second in the meet~ DIES IN T3~OMA co~,ttug thirty two points, while Di~. Carlyie--Wordya~ r~ccived tu Carlyk lnson with a total of 41 points took on Monday lastflsf~the~pas~ug of Mrs firs~ place, sentinel Butte was third S. A.-Fuller o~ Wash., at tha with 26% points. Dempsey, Sentinel home of her ~q~h~r, ~xs. A. C. ~" BUtte star athlete was high point react bona. Mrs. ~ibb0ns foi~erly lived in CSrlySe, + ~ t ' r ~ The family l~ve the sympa hy their friends In their sorrow. ,++ +1 - LA~S ~- ~~'r'UA~+,'+ The News office is in receilg of a l of the meet collecting three firsts fOr a total."of 15 points. +++ Joe Niece" of Beach won first in the 100-yard dash and the 2~0 yard dash, and placed ~econd In the high Jump, Jack Lyons of Beach was first in the 440yard run, barely nosing out Dodge affair last Wednesday night, MaY 18th. graduation announcement from DonaM The hall was decorated to fulfill a and Norval Lawhead, who will grad- western theme. A panorama of the uat from the Rldgefleld, Washington, butt~ about Sentinel Butte were paint- high school on May 27th. They will be .ed on the walls. Starlight and n~oon- | remembered here as the sons of Mr. and light indirect lighting effects were used. I Mrs" j. "Q. Lawhead, former residents Indian blankets, sage brush and rustic of the Trotters vicinity. benches completed the theme with thei aid of the Covered Wagon ~s a dispen- t Roy. 'and Mrs. W. A. Smith left on ~or of punch. The function was well lTuesday morning of last week for Far- ,trended. Everyone attending enjoyed lgo to attend the Congregational Con- the evening. Thanks Juniors y~m dld-u I ference of North Dakota. They re- nobly, turned Friday 'afternoon. A. C. Mogle The Sentinels will take part in the and Mrs. W. H. Woodhull accompan- District Track meet at Dickinson next led them as far as Bismarck. Saturday. CARD OF THANKS May we take this opportunity to ex- Eour sincere thanks for the many ral ofa~a~s and eount~e~, o~h~ and ~mm~zms of sympamy ~na mndness ammv~ durtug our recent ~ ~2enald Wallace ~nd" :'~':: Recen~l~ tm~o~mba~ :i~r am!i m~l~e mm~ to its ~ff, he being has taken over the bustue~. she had spen~ a week visiting .her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Burhans, and her brat.her, Wm. Bhrha~ and family. Previotm to this she ~ been of Sentinel Butte who fell at the fin- lsh..Lyons ~ placed second in the ~0 yard run. Rex Gilman was ~econd in the pole vault. Arnold placed third in the pole vault and also in the bro~l Jump, Nistler's qualifying shot put earned him fourth in that event, and Walter Carlson w~s third in the mile ~un. Merman earned two four- th places, one in the high Jump and one in the mile. Tri-County Sunday School Convention The John Robinson club went to At Medora May 29 Olendive for a picnic on Saturday. In1 spite of the weather it. p.roved a.,veryt The annual tri-county Sunday school enjoyable event. The ClU~ m now aa- convention will be held in Medora Jour~ until September. o q~e ~nt windows of t year on Sunday, May 29, with commencing at 10:80 a. m. that d~y, in the e~: ~ i ~ap time service in the Badlands. Dr. A. J, ~ present to addre~the morning and .~temoon ,Rev. F. B. LaFavre:of Oreat Mrs. O. M.i~Ulton in the group discussions. The~e~will ,also be special music from each of .the. cooperating school~, ,and Miss Sto~h of Beach will conduct ing services. Everyone is urged to bring pot luck lunches. tug transportation to the those who will haw extra room, are requested to notify Mrs. Harold Owens, ,Beach.