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Beach, North Dakota
June 11, 1942     Golden Valley News
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June 11, 1942
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Hogoboom and son, Maurice{8 o'clock in the home of Mrs. C. Of- Sunday, June 14th: reslding. They expect ,to spend "he ehfldrenMr" andwereMrS.sundayCeCilvisitorsMetcalfa and, the ouna without ncense ags wm were car.ors at the home of Mr.!remba You are welcome. 10:00 Sunday School. ]summer here and Mr. Allen expect, J. . Metoalf home. t be taken up and dealt with ac- Hogoboom's daughter, Mrs. Goodwin cording to the provisions of the Thompson in Beach on Monday. When returning ome from the Ordinnce governing such cases. Mr. Hogoboom left by bus for Wis- Py ranch on Thursday, O. By order of the City Council. consin on Tuesday to attend the Omley got his car stuk in the C.O. HALVORSON, funeral of a brother-in-law, who as n ar the Smith Creek Crossing, City Auditor. been in poor health for some time and Kayed t the Bert Sperry home (June I1-18-25) until Saturday evening. Andrew Johnston left for South : The correspondent unintentionally NOTICE FOR BIDS i Dakota by car on Sunday to attend mltted the mme of the ,pallbearers a convention. a Eary Metealf's funeral. They were Notice is hereby given that I Mr, and Mrs. Karnes Johnson and Leo Nistler were bus'mess callers n 8banley Stevens, Chester Gasho, Ray the School Board of Lone Tree i Oolva Monday evening, to Beach ltsker and Jack Taker. District will receive bids for the We ,have been informed hat Glen Mrs. Fred Wojahn went purchase of he School barn at Tuesday to get her mother, who will Met(roll is in Minneapolis, tra2ning the Rocky Butte School, ,the i spend some ,time at the ranch with for military police. Owens school and the Page school Mr. Meyer while he is convalescing l At he school election in Pearl Dis- * buildings, up to July 14th. All from his recent sick spell, trlct, Mrs. P. V. Moore was re-elected bids mtmt be sealed and a cer- I Mrs. Olaf Orstad was hostess to for Treasurer, and J. F. Crook for tiffed Check accompany each bid. the Golva Sunshine Society on Wed- director. .11 checks will e returned to nesday. Eleven members and several Eddie Omley spent Tuesday night the unsuccessful bidders lmme- t visitor s were present. Mrs. Orstad and part of Wednesday at the J.F. diately after ,the opening of the served a fine dinner after which the Crook home. Me plans to leave for bids. Address all bids to J. L. meeting was ,held. New officers were Los Angeles, Oalifornit, soon, where Tschida, clerk, installed with Edna Hammond ating :h topes to get.employment. The school board reserves the as installing officer. Reports of all Mr. d Mrs. lrancis Boyce were right to reject any and all bids. committees for the past year were ."Mendy evenl cadrs t the P.V. By order of Board of Lone read. A letter from headquarters and Moore home. Mrs Moore treated Tree School District. Iletters of `thanks were read, Meet- .the to ice cream which they froze J.L. TSOHIDA. !in g adjourned to meet in July with with  stjon-.tlit fell tha day. Clerk. Ruth Hammond. W_e  to extend congratulations June 11-18-25) I Mr. and Mrs. Harold ,7,1ebarth. Ms. to' NOra Belle SlUrry'and Eddie Ore- _ , " Icy who raduted last month from 1 |, t Strahon and Miss Oaffy of Alaska i llrll1j were pleasant callers at the A. ,Nunu te Biwck d the Reach high zm= l home Wednesday evening. .hool& respectively. Graduation an- , nounoements have also been received Leo Nistler has been employed at Louis Schmeling was an early morn- from Lule Relehert and Leslie orr, the Otto Johnson ranch the early ilng caller at Gust Burk's Thursday. .,'former residents "of Trotters. I part of the week. Leo Nistler was in Beach on buM- " M. and Mrs. Donald Roberts are Nick Oamroth and son, Wilfred, ness Thursday. . vItn #t te Robertson home. have been doing scte shingling at l Aug. Quandt, Mrs. Bratrud and son, Mrs. Roberts was formerly Helen the Herbert Finnamen farm the past Kenneth of Stewartville. Minn., and . week. I Albert Quandt of Rochester. Minn., O. K. Omley was n overnight vls- 1 Jake Kingsly, of Baker, Mont., came :arrlved Friday for a shor# rvs t Itor et .the J. F. Crook home On lafter his wife and family on Monday. tahe Ziebarth homes. They left again Saturday. Mrs. Kingsly and children have been Sunday for Rapid City. We received heavy rains every day, visiting at Ule home of her lrents,' ........... . the first six days of June. On Mort-{Mr. and Mrs. Win. Carew. i day afternn, `the rain was m-i Mr. and Mm. Warner Nistler and l p by wlnd ad  a bit of ,' daugher were evening callers at thel ' R qAl Mton Bruvold family and ondytoattendafarewelldin, t Dinner guest a.t the AI. ,oos i S all home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. m e C her. [A. O. Fasching and family. Mr. nd /, ano, Nev.,  named after Gener- Mrs. Jerry Kouba and auhters, Mr. bnnaer Jee Lee leno, a Union officer In and Mrs. Robert Sonnek d family - war. Andew Kghler, 1ay Wasnann, Ed. ....... 1 Memograph . , Machine '" 2 Candy Show, Cases 1 Platform Scale Good Building 25x50 at Yates, Mont. 1 Adding Maehine First Cheek of $450.00 Takes It. MRS. OLGA LARDY SENTINEL BUTTE, N. D. Can be used for Granary. See Jack Ballard, Wibaux, immediately. IJ$/iill$1MIIIIHIlillll$1tllllR Ul JlSUII WIIIIIllmlIUIIItIllilIItUllUlI$1tlIItMKI Voters Attention! The Initiated measure on the June Mea- sure ballot entitled "Taxation and Classifi- cation of Property" would increase the net assessed valuation of North Dakota taxable property from ............ $422,673,775 to .............. $65t,846.340 an increase of .... $229,172,565 Applying the 1940 average rate of 45.6 mills to this increase we have a potential tax increase of ............ $10,450,269 Vote against huge tax increases by Voting NO on the last two measures on the June "A Changeless Christ for a Chang- i lng World!" Evangelists Grace ana Roy Fischer in charge. ii:00 Morning Worship {to go into the service. I Bishop Q. D. Warner will speak Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Taylor of M- in the morn,ng.- dora were Beach shoppers aturdAy 8:00 Evening Service. afternoon and evening. Solomon Caulker, a native from METHODIST CHURCH Africa, will be the speaker. You are Beach, North Dakota invited o .,o ON HAND Grant . Moore Pastor Wednesday: Prayed Service at the 1 , church. . .... Church School 1O:'-- a. m. Mrs. l Thursday, llh, 8:00 Quarvemy wo- ,o. o, wo ,,, oo.-Binder and Mower Cordie Wallace, superintendent, duct this quarterly and also speak. Morning Preaching Service 11 a. m. Mrs. O. S. Moore will preach at ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Repairs for McCor- this service. W.H. Dissen. Pastor I nfick ad Deering Ma- Epworth League 6:30 p. m. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH W. C. Boyd, Pastor Beach, North Dakota Sunday School at 10 a. m. Morning service at II a. m. Pilgrim Fellowship at 7:15 p. m. Sentinel Butte: Morning worship at 9:30 a. m. Sunday School at 10 a. m. Medora: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching Service at - p. m. Divine Services 3tmday, June 14th at 10 a.m. I Sunday School after services, cmncr. Walther League meets Friday, June I 12 at 8 p. m. Senior' League meets Sunday June :1] 14at 8p. m. , Large __d complete T T=W ---O,, stock of Lumber and_ CHURCH Rev. A. Parcells. Pastor SundaY, June 14 Services at II a.m. @ 1942 LINE WALL PAPER Just Arrived. See the New Beautiful SHADES and PATTERNS. The Bass Season Opens Next TUESDAY, JUNE 16TH. We have a complete line of RODS-REELS-PLUGS-LINES-BOXES And Other Equipment. Gamble Store BEACH, N. DAK. ' B/'/FREE BLUE PRINTS AND SPECIFICATIONS Safe, dependable grain storage on your farm is easy to get today. Protect your crops and meet government storage requirements. This year, terminals may be overtaxed. Many farmers with- out farm storage will find it impossible to either ship their graio or store it in a way required for a government loan. Build your own storage now. We have 26 engineer-developed designs easy and economical to build. Each design povides fort the use of 4-Square exact length lumber which requires the smallest amount of cutting and trimming. Each design is en- gineered to fully meet the requirements of good crop storage. Farm storage today may be built at a price so low that govern-' ment storage loans within two or three years will pay the entire cost. When you build, select designs which may be converted later to other uses. Many of the 4-Square designs have this fea- ture. Your grain bin of today may be your brooder, your hog house, or your machinery shop of tomorrow. Free blueprints and specifications insure the best   and most economical construction. Build now and insure this year's crop return. Come in and see this book. We have the lumber and nails in stock for any of these buildings. Build NOW while stocks are complete. I !Builders Supplies. Primary Measure Ballot. 00B[R CO " C01D[N VALL[Y LU " Committee. .  ..... Beach," North Dakota J Also Steel Grain Bins. HANSON LUMBER & HARDWARE CO. Golva, North Dakota I I I! Theatre Calendar CURRENT WEE ROSE GLENDIVE, MONTANA Now Showir-- Thara - FrL - Sat. "HELLIZAPPOPIN" Starring Olsen ad Johnson. u'- tha Rave, Hugh Herbert. Mischs Auer, Jane Frazee, and Robert Paige.. Come in and get an ad- vanced course on how to laugh your head off--no pain--all laughs. Owl Show Sat. Nite, 11:30 p, m. Sun. - Mort. - Tues. Joel Mcrea and Veronica Lake In "SULLIVAN'S TRAVEL'S" with Robert Warwick. William Dernarest, Franklin Pangborn, and J 'il Porter Ha]]. There's no speed[: limit . , . and no brakes w-he Sullivan travels with Veronic{.e Lake. . i !. Wednesday Only-- W. C. Fields in "NEVER GIVE A SUCKER AN EVEN BREAK" With Gloria Jean, Leon ErrO Butch and Buddy, and Susa Miller. He's cookin' with gas ( the larynz) . . as a stuper-saleS, man he almos cells himself. Opening Next Thurs.-- Victor Mature in SHANGHI GESTURE" with Gene Tierney UPTOWN ' THEATRE I Last Day 0 1 2.e picture you don't want; miss. "LOST HORIZON" Starring Roland Coleman ? Friday - Saturday-- h Oene Autry's laest picture q 'H'OME IN WYOMING" . Also Lucille Fairbanks, and K el h, "Passage From Ho$ d Douglas in Kong." Plus Chapter 5 of "Jg Girl Serial." i { Sunday - Monday "THREE COCKEYED with Tommy Trinker. Howard in "The Man turned to Llte." Tuesday Caxy Grant in sAvo Also  Who