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May 24, 1934     Golden Valley News
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MAY 24, 1934 T~R BEACH, N. D.. ADVANCE PAGE SEVEN , r P. A. Fischer motor- Tuesday. Good, who has been home of her parents. E. B. Stair. returned in Marsh. Wednesday. Freddie, remained for With his grandparents. Mrs. L. H. Norton were the Greenup home near TUesday evening. Miss returned with the various activities class. Supt. of the delivered the corn- at the gradua- of the Ollie High evening. who has been week. with an at- is reported improv- and Ross Bixby, were Thursday. G. E. Ke!ler and sons morning for Boston. the doctor will attend Medical Association They will also visit D. C. and places of in- before returning. Bailey Ball came Friday to visit of her parents, Mr. and I~Mley and to attend the exercises. Mrs. Ball's was one of the was a business via- Tuesday. meeting of the Ladies Christian Fundamental Thursday at the north of Wlbaux. session at Mrs. Simon the following of- elected for the coming Mrs. Mary Scam- Mm. Burton Mrs. Gee. Han- Mrs. E. B.-Shaman. lunch saved at a most pleasant al- L. H..Norton were Thursday morning. ~a~ and invited guests PiCnic in the Wood's ' evening. After sup- Chicago 1 Chicago's 1934 World's Fair will be the most complete of all world ex- positions. This was the prediction four days before the opening at 9 a. m. on May 26th. The prophecy was made by Major Lenox R. Lohr, gen- eral manager of A Century of Pro- grass, and his opinion was also voic- ed by a group of exhibitors, among them many from foreign lands. These foreign exhibitors have kept pace with their fellow American ~ex- hibitors in the speed with which they have completed their task, and today everything is in near readi- ness for the 1934 edition of A Cen- tury of Program. All construction work was com- pleted almost a week ago. Hun- dreds of workmen are now busy tidy- ing up the grounas. Visitors on Worlds Fair Better Than Last Year iong summer and early fall months. This gigantic task has been com- pleted because of the hearty cooper- ation between exhibitors and offic- ials of the Fair. They have work- ed in closest harmony since late win- ter and the many new structures have seemed to spring up over niglSt. About 87 percent of the structures of last year gave the exposition au- thorRies a flying start. Contractors were better prepared to combat wea- ther conditions and as a result there during 1933. Color schemes on e~me of the buildings were changed to conform to late suggestions of the late Joseph Uhban, which could not be carried out last year. One of the largest structures to be seen this year la that of the Stan- dard Oil company of Indiana, to be known as the Red Crown Amphi- theater. One of the largest amphi- theaters on the grounds, it will seat 2,500 people comfortably. The principal attractions under was much more speed than last the Red Crown will be four free year. shows daily of one of the most dar- Consequently aH construction work mg wild animal acts ever staged. was completed ten days before the More than thirty lions and tigers opening day and most of the con- and a few pumas enter a huge cage cessionnaires have their booths corn- at cue time. Ing group of Jungle terrors. This courageous young man puts1 his collection of "live power"I through an assortment of amazing [ ! tricks, the like of which have never ] been attempted by other wild animal I ! trainers. ] During the intermission between the lion and tiger shows, Miss En- trails Nelson. beautiful woman trainer, directs a group of elephants in an intricate and laughable series of maneuvers. The Red Crown Amphitheater is arranged in a semi-clrcle, and a full view of the state and its trained cats can be enjoyed from every seat '.n t'ne b'.g aud'.t3rium. It is located I CLASSIFIE_ W ADVERTISING ] WA NT AI~ERTISEMENT RATES All orders for advertlsi~ under this head mus~ be accompanied bY t Cash. Tile rates are two rents a word with a minimum charge of 25 cents per insertion. No s~h advertisements Piloned or mailed In Will be published without prep0#yment unless the party has an established I account with this office/ i LOST// MISCELLANEOUS t LOST- Auto l~ense plate No. 62453. Finder/please leave Ad- vance office. l-3t~ J LOST---GOld medal F~lntain Pen with J. K. T~tley~gold letters on it, in the ~clt~#bf Beach two weeks ago. A~l~e J. K Tatley, elite, Mont. 52-tf. FOR S// FOR SAl~--B~seed flax. Frank Zook, Beach, "N. D. 52-4p, STOVE FOR SALE---~ Star gaso- line stove in p~u~condition. Will sell at a bargain: Mrs. J. C, Ru~ sell. 2-3t. FOR SALE--B~by ch~day old or started. At~o t~ey poults, for immediate,ld~l~Y" Write or call Ran Hatche~, Dickinson, North Dakota. / 2-5p. " T~RrrF~ ~-0-ffS.--i;i~ and two color, ~tA~he Advance Of- flee, 2#'L 2-2t. Diamonds, Platinum, Radium "Useful Minerals of the United States" lists diamonds as occurring In seven states, platinum in 14 states and radium In 15 states. There Is, however, only one dia. mend mine that is being worked commercially, near Murfreesboro. Ark. Radium has been produced ID this country from carnotlte ores found in Colorado and Utah. Plati- num is found chiefly in Alaska, Cal. tfornia and Oregon. Cameos are carved from onyx, sardonyx and other hard stones, as well as from shells, etc. Of these hard atones, agate, amethyst, Jasper, opal, gar- net, etc., are found in various sac tlons of this country. Your Birthday WANT ED~-~ean wiping rags, im- mediately. Beach Advance. 51-if, Here Is Just What Every Man, Woman a4nd Child Has Been Walt- tug For--A Century of Progress Souvenir JEditw~-n FREE With the SUNDAY ~]~I~CAGO HERALD AND EXAMIN~ of May 27t~. 3-1t NOTICE OF SALE OF LAND BY ADMINISTRATOR AT PRIYA'Fi~ SALE. Nt}'I'~('E iS HL';I{I~BY GtVt~N. That U|III('I" ~tlld ill l)tlrSllarlct~ to aG tlrdor of License to Sell Heal Estate grant- ed by thv Hen. A. l!i K:tsti(~, Judge Of [1t~. ('OJlltty Court of tile COUllty of (/.olden V~{ll-y in the Sittte of North l)at,:oia dated tile 15th day Of M:~y, A. I). I:H~'-t. the nndersiKned, the adi~lillis(rator Of the l~statc of ,IohrL -M. "|'art', late of the City of B~l~ch, (ioldot~ Vall,,v Co!tntv North lla- k,)ta. D~.c