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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 26, 1938     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 2 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEW~ The Golden Valley News A continuation of The Beach Advance and The Beach Review W. R. Bratton and H. E. Enderle Editors and Publishers A weekly published every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota. Entered as second class mail matter at the Postoffice at Beach, North Dakota. October 7, 1936, under the act of March 3, 1897 Advertising rates furnished upon request Subscription price $2.00 in No. Dak., Minn., Mont., and So. Dak., Elsewhere $2.50 UNITED BBETHR~ C~lmaC~ Herman Grove, Minister May 29, 1938. Beach--Unified worship service at 10:15; Roy. F. B. LaFavre of Great Falls, Montana, conference superin- tendent, will deliver the message. No services Sunday evening as we take part in the tri-County Sunday school convention at Medora. On Wednesday evening, Rev. ~- Fa~rre and the local choir will present a sermon-drama, and the Quarterly conference will be held following this service. Ollie--Unified worship service at 10 a. m. Carlyle--SS at 10:30 preaching at 11:30. Alph~--SS at 2 p. m. ; preaching at 3p, m. Roy. LaFavre will assist in a vaca- t4on church school at OUie for the churches of the circuit, May 30 to June 3. He will speak in the evenings as follows: Monday--Trotters Tuesday--Alpha Thursdzy--Carlyle Friday---Ollie. Student Cry Class Day exercises which include the reading of the Class will, song, poem, history and prophecy, will be held on Friday morning, May 27th ut 9:30. The semester exams started on TueS- day afternoon and were brought to a close on Thursday morning. These ended the school work for the year. The report cards will be distrbtuted for the last time in this schoOl year Just before the Class Day exercises. The Senior Issue of the Student Cry will be given to the students on Fri- day, May 27th, lmm~diately after the Class Day exercises. Due to illness, the Home Economics teacher, Miss Shelland was unable to direct her classes on Thursday. Miss Irene Hudson took her place. This is the last Issue of the local notes of the high school paper the "Student Cry". We hope you have enjoyed reading them as much as we have had writing them. Norene Kowalewskl ~t~lel Kippley FREE gommu WALL Prescription Phone 31 CASH UP Beach, No. Dak. ~l$$1t$l~ll~t~llfmI$~$~tll$~lt~lilSJl$1[$~ Mrs. CreeP.up re[urned home on Satur- CARLYLE day t A mos~ welcome rain fell on our i~MW~l~$11~l~ml~$[I~n~ill~fi~}~l~l~lml~Ji;$l~l~t~ ( blowing fields last week. Crops and Mr. and Mrs. Fred French. residents'gardens look much better. of South Valley twenty one years ago, I Miss Lorraine Walker is visiting at arrived at the home of A. Scheffer the Perry Sunderland home. I Monday enroute to Edgeley, Minn., Little Jerry~ Hesse had his tonsils from Seattle. Wash. Mr. French is and ader, vids removed at the Beach emplo~d by a lock company and has hospital,i~st week, been transferred from Seattle to In- Mrs. Kyle Sperry writes from Kla- dianapolis. Ind. They wc~'e over-night math Falls. Oregon, that Kyle has a gueses at the G. Hammolid home Mon- job on a dairy farm now. day. School closed a~ HillSide the past week and will be, co/~cluded with a picnic or trip to the 0dland dam next Sunday. Miss Evelyr~ Nelson is the teacher and Miss Effna Nelson com- pleted her term at the Haigh school also the past week. Mrs. Alfred Scheffer and Verna were dhmer guests at the Albert Still home Sunday. Master Dt~ane came home with them for a week's vacation. Bill Narum gavea dance at Carlyle Saturday evening. ~he music was from Baker and u gOod crowd spent a pleas- ant evening of entertainment. Mrs, Duc~ey Fulton r elurned to her home in "S~uth Valley ~on Saturday after spen~ng some tim~ at the Beach hospital. Howard ~tark and Eliiott PItirn~er were Bake~. visitors SaturdaY. \ ' t Verna Sclteffer was a gues of Van Winkle: Mrs. Bert Hudson aSd Mrs. Ora Stark the past week. Mrs. Geo. I-l~nmond, Mrs. Bert (~o- vert, Mrs. A. Schiller, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hayden attended the matine~ in Beach Saturday. Rev. Grove preached a very interaSt- ing and infomative sermon on Stmtiay which was heard by a fair sized c~'owd. He announced services foa Men~orial evening. The Webbs Willif~g W~rkers will serve supper before ctmrc~t ser- vices which will consist of cFeamed chicken, hot biscuits, mashed pbtatoes, salad, pickles and apple pie. Ice cream will also be sold all. evening. Come and eSjoy a delicious supper and help a good cause. POPPY DAY FACTS What is Poppy Day? Poppy Day is a day observed thru-t out the United States by wearing me-I morial poppies in honor of the WorldI War dead. It will be observed thlsI year on May 28th, the Saturday be- fore Memorial Day. What is the Memorial Poppy? The memorial poppy is a replica of the poppies which grew on the battle fields of France and Belgium during the World War. Why was the poppy chosen as the memorial flower? The poppy was chosen as the memor- Everyone in the Valley is r~Joicing ial flower for the World War dead be- over the Past weeks continuous rain, cause it grew where they fell, the one which surely reminded them of years touch of beauty in the desolate battle - areas. gone vy. - [ The Lutheran Ladies Aid served a lWho makes the Memorial Poppy? fine dinner at the Lutheran church on Memorial poppies axe made by dis- Thursday. Mrs. Chris. Sherva and abled World War veterans working in Mrs, Normun Rost were hostesses. 'governnment hospitals and in conval- Several cases of chicken pox are re- escent workrooms maintained by the at Ollie. i American Legion Auxiliary. ] Who distributes the Memorial Poppy? " - - : =~ .... =: ..... " ' - - / Women of the American Legion TROTTERS , Au~li.ry. working as unpaid volun- teers, distribute the poppies through- : -- : ~-- ~ : :-~-== ~ out the United States. Due to weather a very small tWha is done with the money cemtrib- crowd Webbs Willing Work-I ers a ehurgh pa~ors on Wednes-] day. ~ ~. V. MoO~e was hostess. [ ~3c', ~ey is no@ employed at the Roy ~ ~ farm. ( ~ Mr. and Mrs. ~reenup "took ~q to Hettinger to visit her parents. I~. and uteri for the poppies? Every penny is used to support the work of the American Legion and Auxiliary for the welfare of the dis- abled veterans, their families and the families of the dead. Wh~ wegrs the Memorial Poppy? Every American who wishes to honor the war dead and aid the war's living victims. II Ill I II I CH V I: , unday, y, AT 2-.30 P. M. SIDNEY THURSDAY, MAY 26, 1938 RURAL WELLERS ~ :~