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Beach, North Dakota
May 19, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, MAY 19, 1938 , LOCALS ~ Geraniums for Memorial Day M.P. Wetsch and wife. The visitors were enroute home from a business trip to Billings, Montana. Last week Mrs. Harold Smith of Sidney visited folks here for a few days. She returned to Sidney Friday accompanied by her brother. Russell Haigh. Supermix is super paint Get it at : 0verstad's. Monday morning Mrs. E. P. Has- brook left by train for Minneapolis, Where she will visit a short time. and from there she will go to her old home at Bralnerd for a visit. She expects to "be gone a couple of weeks. May 21-22 at the Sentinel Butt~ the- ~atre. "THE BARI~II~:~," one of the immortal Rex Beach stories. Featuring Jean Parker, James Ellison, Andy ~lyde, Leo Carrillo. ~ N P. Noben is now charge of the "~loben and Johnson Machinery office here as Mr. Johnson is employed on ~the road, and anyone seeking parts or Wishing to consult them, is advised to ace him. Artificial wreaths for Memorial Day. ~M. P. L~vgren. "~-- Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nistler of Golva are the parents of a baby girl, born to them yesterday morning at the local hospital. Ms. Gerald Gilman is now employ- ~l at the Park Cafe having begun her duties there last week. II SW Bo~ ;wW~aPpped 84 Egp MILLER'S Preston Smeltzer who was spending l~ few days visiting at his home in Ollie was a Beach visitor Tuesday ~,, rnoon. Preston is now employed in Wahp:~on and states that he likes the commum,y and hi~ work very much. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Lovell o~ Dick- inson are l:ow located here. Bruce is an engineer on the work of reconstruct- ing the Odland dam. Alvin Feragen went to Richey on business Tuesd ~y. The Woman's club will hold their annual picnic this coming Saturday, May 21, at the home of Mrs. John Keohane. Mr and Mrs. Herb Nichols who spent the winter in California, transacted business in Dickinson and visited rela- tives in Beach a few days last week. re- turning to" Santa Maria, California Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Max Zeigler are the parents of a baby boy born May 15th. Mrs. Zeigler is a daughter of Sic Schmit of Beach. Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Enderle were Medora visitors Sunday. May 21-22 at the Sentinel Butte the- atre. "THE RARITIES," one of the immortal Rex Beach stories. Featuring Jean Parker. James Ellison, Andy Clyde, Leo Carrillo. A farewell party was given Sunday evening honoring Mrs. Hubert Wicka and family at the Felix Wicka farm. They and Eddie Wicka, a son of Felix Wicka left Tuesday for Boulder City, Nevada, where Hubert Wlcka is em- ployed. Mrs. Henry Zopfi and daughter Ev- elyn of Wibaux were Beach visitors Monday. Thor Falkvord of Skaar purchased a new Chevrolet sedan from the local Schulz agency last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Olaus Rishovd and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Snow and family were Sunday visitors at the R. H. Welsh home. We served 471 Delicious Banana Splits to our Customers and FHe~ds on Play Day. Make our I6~ Cream your habit every day. Wall ~g. George Irlan w~ a Dickinson visitor the week end. Try Supermix paint mt that job this sprl~. It will more than~,ploase yeu. Overstad's llardw&re. Mrs. Jack Ba~lard of WIT~l~x was a Beach visitor Friday . H~ ]Sh*m~ s Q1m~ of Ot~ MADE Ice Cream or wan Drug. Alvin Feragen made a business trip to Csxsbn, N. D., SUndS&. Monday evening the members of the ::: The Bell Telephone Company has a local girls independent basketball team V-8 pickup purch~t~od from the enjoyed a picnic ~t Medora. Saturday morning Mr, and Mrs. H. ~Volf returned to their home at FORJLlll~r|1~'~' after a pleasant v~lt here their son, Glenn Wolf and family. GRADUtTEA. . Wolf's two sisters and Miss Flor- Buch+anan came over Thursday drove them back. - " have de Victor Renstrom and Bill Wassmann we a w] and v isele$g] f in Beach Sunday evening, en- arie home from Fairview where they d on o been to visit Mr. Wassmann's ~" ~"':,'- --fine~o4fga and ~lster and family. U_~ds Mr, ,and Mrs. Clarence Overstad and ~ ~']Kr. and Mrs. M. L. Walker drove to " ~lendive Sunday to see the show Boyer FaceflPowder White and the Seven Dwarfs." Creams and Toiletries -- DISH WASHER. In- Bill Folds ~ qtdre at Cozy Care. -~-It~ E. Roy Erickson, former J. C. Penney Stationery ] ~,l~amger here who is now lo~ated at Cameras , ),l~lle~ City, and his family were visitors Perfumes ,' A the A. R, Miller home In Beach Toilet W~er~t while enroute back to M21es Fountain-ry-:t~en~ from a convention in Fargo and a days visl~vdth Mrs. Er~ckson's Movie Cameras and projectors in Minfies0ta. BETTER SELECT YOURS TUesday morning Alfred Ueckert to Blsmurck on a bus.iness trip. NOW ! Jas. Halgh and daughter Marian of ~,~~~y=~ WALL DRUG CO. evening went to Sisney for a short : Reeve Building Beach L 1". PHONE 31 To make a long Tale Short a teacher was to that it things coming together She asked little Tom- to an example of collision he retried: "Twins". We d~ut' want to e llide, but can't we COme together if you are thinking of bttying a used e, r? LET'S GET ~METHER ON TIIE~.' FORD DE ,b'XE TUDOR SE- flan. Renewe~' a~d Guaranteed. Easy payment s, down payment ~IY~" "~O~" "~" "$145'00eond, - dition. Down payment only $48.00 1920 FORD FORDOR SEDAN. Good condition down payment now Only ........................ $4~.00 Several Other Body Types To Choose from; LOOK FRESH THE GOLDEN VAL1,E NEWS Dr. George Johnstone of Los Angeles arrived in Beach Tuesday morning, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Neudeck and ;amily and Mrs. Dorothy Grove and family motored to Glendive Sunday. Artificial wreaths for Memorial Day, IV/. P. Lovgren. Mrs. Belle Tatley and daughter Helen of Ollie were Beach visitors Saturday af,ternoon. Joe Wert~pmy of Marennet, Wise., arrived Thursday for a visit here with his sister, Mrs. Joe Prociv. They had t not seen each other for twenty years. Miss Alice Geeing of Parshall. N. D., stirred Saturday and is now employed at the Beach Beauty ~hop. Take Home a Quart Df Our Delicious~ HOME MADE Ice C~am or Frosted Malted. Wall Drug. \~ Free s5 oo Free O,Cash BIJOU CASH GIFT Beginning Wednesday, May 25th the Bijou will give away $5.00 in cash ev- ery Wednesday evening, jMI students and adults are eligi.blpt~ register free. If you have not reg2stered_ask to do so at once. Due registration is good for a!l drawings. ~[~e holder of the win- nlng nun~er/~ill be given two minutes to appea6 / / } IT IS NO~ NECESSAR~ TO ~E IN THE SHOW HOUSE~ If Winner does not appear in two ninutes the amount of cash given the folh wing week will increase $5.00 It is not necessary to purchase a show ticket . to register or win the Cash Gift Register at once t~you have not already registered THE BIJOU THEATRE IIII Air Conditioned - L ~_ _ -~ew Seats llll ) " Whether you decide to be extremely prac- tical or just a bit frivolous in your selection of gifts, we have what you ~re looking for at the price you want to pa'y SLIPS Remeber, No Girl ever has too many~and we've a variety to choose zrom/ Miss Charmaid Slips, formerly $1.00 now ~. ............................ 79c MISS Thrifty Fur-all, pre-shr~ crepe ~l[ps, tearose or white ...... $/.M Rollins Knit Rayon Slips . ~" ....... / ............................... $1,10 Goidette Fabrique De Luxe ~lips, I~l~ey're knit to fit, ....... ,.7. .....$1.29 Amoro~t SaUn Slips ...... ? .... / ............ \ ..................... $1.69 Martlm Maid Navy Tafetta ~lil~_-: ................................. $1~9 Martha Maid ~ sin, cr~ ~ps .............................. u.98 Miss Elaine Puro-Oye Satin ~lips ................................. $1.98 PAJAMAS AND GOWNS Goldette Fancy R~yon Mesh Gowns .., .............................. $]~ Geldette Fabrique De Lure Rayon Pajamas, buselouS new shades of ONmge lgo@t mad ~ .' ........ .................. $1..98 Silk Crepe Goma~ atttl l~t~ ..................... $1.9~ Pure Dye Satin Gowns aad PsJamss, lace trimmed .... $2.98 UNDIES Luster Bur Rayom Panties trod Segnties ..................... 59e Knit Brassiere to macho.. ~ .............. , ........................... 59e Satin D~ncettes, Dainty nex~to-nothin~ ~ all girls adore .... $L19 ROLLINS HOSE{~ Always a useful gift--and R0lllns are noted for their long wear--their sheer beauty. 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