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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
June 15, 1950     Golden Valley News
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June 15, 1950
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THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS. BE kCH. N. D. THURSDAY, JUNE 15, 1950 BACK TO DICKINSON .Mr. and Mrs. Anion Froehlich and family who have resided in (Crowded Out Last Week) Beach the past year, operating the Beach Body Shop, have re- DORCAS SOCIETY TO turned to Dickinson, where they SEND FLOOD RELIEF are now making their home. Mr. ,1 Members of the Dorcas Society Froehlich closed his shop here, of Beach are gathering up good and is now employed in a shop articles of clothing and bedding, in Dickinson. and will send it to the Canadiani ....... Flood Relief. They will pack! VISIT FATHER ~hese articles on Thursday Mrs. Lawrence Peterson of June 15. Anyone having clothir~g, Minneapolis, Minn., and Mrs. shoes, bedding, etc., that is in Don Kowalewski ar:d son of good condition, and clean, is Portland, Ore., arrived last asked to bring it to the Dorcas week end for a couple of weeks room in the basement of the Has- i visit at the home of their father, pital A=nex Bldg., all shoes areI Ed. Enderle, and also with othar to be tied securely] together.' relatives. Anything donated to the Oanadi-1 an flood sufferers will be much, apprecia,ted. ____ NEW EMPLOYEE Miss Delores Martin of Hebron VISIT AT GOLVA I began training last Man., to take Mrs. Marie Olson, Mr. and Mrs. ! over ,Mrs. Norris Peterson's post- Charles Brockmeyer and Sharane, I tion at the local Welfare Office. and Merlin Brockmeyer arrived Miss Martin's name was selected Saturday evening for a visit at'from the merit system register, the Herman Brockmeyer home as there were several applications at rural Golva. ~ for the position. PIANOS America's Best Piano Value Is STORY and CLARK In Radio It Is MAGNAVOX Catalogues On Request Dickinson, N. Dak. "37-$1c t I Eleetion June 27 i' J'DJ Gas Dill H At,,1 Ta g If this measure g,, s into effect, (which it will unless you vote ' NO' ), you will have to pay TWO CENTS EXTRA TAX on every gallon of gasoline you put in yam car. This means EXTRA TAX on every mile you drive your car to and from work; EXTRA TAX on every mile you drive your car in connection with your job. You must VOTE NO on the LAST MEA- SURE on the ballot to avoid this EXTRA GASOLINE TAXi .,,~ . .x '.~,,, . .~ .~., .~ ,~.. ..:,;;,, ,x.~,. ~.., ~-- on EI[TFA 2c Gasoline Tax The LASI /~L~os.~,e ~, "he Ballot Pllltloltl 8dveJ.ts,.~L~-l,l ,,.,~., ~,,, ,, .... l...,--,,l=~ D) b'etJtlo~r*I (~I~IIHH'''' , ~: ,,.,-, P.. *-, s:,> l'ttJ~. W. J. I~'aun Cha~,,.an. ~-]au~ ~ MUI'rS,7, Wahoeton. N, D P,o~ z36 8lsnutrel~ N. D. Follow the example of wise buyers. Se- lect the car or truck with the O.K. that counts. At your Chevrolet dealer. DSTC OFFERS SPECIAL 8-WEEK SUMMER TERM With a continued interest in the rural teacher-training pro- gram evident from early inquir- ies, Dickinson State Teachers college has set up a plan to make summer registration for new stu- dents in this field. High school graduates may register for .any one of six different "plans" and obtaln a second grade element- ary certificate at the end of the eight week summer term. seth had spent several weeks inI Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Westmore- Portland finding living quarters I land of Chicago, Ill., arrived at and waiting for school to let out the Glen Scammon home Satur- here in Beach so he could movei day afternoon. Mr. Westmoreland his family. [was pastor of the C. F. church .....I "here about ten years ago. i-Wiba,-x News ! i Miss Brockway and Miss Lewis are here from Rockford, N. D., to help Mrs. Beals .and local workers with the D. V. B. S., which opened ~ ........ - ........ - at the club house Monday morn- (Crowded Out Last Week) ] ing. There are classes for all ages. Carl Dahl was here from Mis-I Judge Foss was here from soula Sunday calling on friends. Glendive Friday and held district All w~rk in these "plans" will Don Peterson came from Min- court. count toward both the one-year neapolis, Thursday, for a short Mrs. Dick Beals was guest of rural certificate and the two-year visit with Mrs. Stipek, who re- honor at a birthday dinner given professional certificate, turned from Hot Springs, S, D. by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wood- Summe~ school started June 12 and continues through August 4. Mr. and Mrs. Bob J.akins and house at their home Sunday. Work in all curriculums is beinglchihlren from near Vancouver, I Two Sunday School classes en- offered, i Wn., arrived Wed., to visit rela-Itertained at the club house at a tives and friends, i wedding shower honoring Mr. FInN Ii Sheriff Eli Swartz took ,a] and Mrs. Don Chaffee Friday eve. Gordon Olson and Emil Miller prisoner to Deer Lodge last week, The Jakin's family held a tam- returned last week end from their'and spent Sunday in Bozeman Sly reunion at the LouSe Larson ,Ht~ his son and wife Mr and ihome Saturday, with relatives airplane fishing trip to Lae La ........ . ~ Mrs Wm Swartz I fr~m Wn., and Glend]ve attend- Range. The boys ran into some .... :pretty tough weather for fish- Mrs. Reece Owens is in Bill- ing. in-s where she was called bvJ (Mrs. D. L. Collins and sons left ing, and got there a little early, ~, , - . as the ice hadn't gone out of the the critical illness of her aged Thursday by ear for Bflhngs, .... tho~ Mrs D,,nlan ]where Bob had surgery Friday. lake. In spite of everything the ............ ,-- I boys returned with a number of (Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Gates, old~ David went to Dillon for sum- good sized lake trout and a good time residents here, were house mer school, and Mrs. Collins to catch of walleyes. TO OREGON C. J. Espeseth returned to] Beach 2 weeks ago from Portland, Ore., and remained several days getting their household goods packed and then left a wk. ago Thursday for their new home in Portland. Mr. Espe-i guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stair last week. They were en- route to their home in Puyallup, Wash., after a visit at Beloit, Wis. Henry Hanson, a brother of Mrs. E. B. Sherman, came from Iowa last week for a visit wRh relatives and friends, accompani- ed by his Niece, WIrs. Avis Thompson and daughter. Cut Bank to visit her daughter. It pays to advertize in the News' Merely Touch Weeds With This Amazing Stick.v ONE-TOUCH Weed Killer Kills Them Quick! Yes, with this amazing stick you can (1"~ safely kill dandelions and 101 other broadleaf plants without damage to // grass, vegetables or other useful plants.// Theres no stoopingl No Spraying| No // Hred arms or l~la~l Merely touch weed // with suck. Prestol In a few days weeds // wither up and die. Its easyl Quickl A // 7tor~sale~ydO it. ReSells for only SI.00./ // HENRY STRUM NAMED [ a 3-year term, at the school elee- DISTRICT DIRECTOR r tion held here last Tuesday, June Henry Strum, of Beach rural, ~ 6. Mrs. A. W. Ueckert, was re- was elected District Director of ] elected treasurer. Beach School District No. 3, for! News Want ~Is Brin.~ l~es~tlll$1 Adver~i#~m~ From where I Joe Marsh Oh-My Aching Feet! Other night just as I was settling down with a book and a mellow glass of beer, the wife calls down. "Joe--I almost forgot--you and I are going over to the High School and take dancing lessons!" Now, I can waltz with the best of them, so I put up a quiet strug- gle against going but it was no use. Turns out it was the .class in square dancing. And from the look on some of the other men I judged I wasn't the only one there who had been taken by surprise! Miss Williams and Curly Law- son taught us what to do with our feet, and before it was over, darn if I wasn't actually enjoying my- self. Going back next week, too ! From where [ sit, we sometimes get an idea into our head for or against someth!ng and then hang onto it for dear life. Whether it's square dancing, or the right to en- joy temperate beer or ale now and then, we owe it to ourselves as Americans to take an open-minded attitude--that's even a?ter we make up our minds about it! CoFyright, 195~, United States Brewers Foundatiom \ \ \ \ / '1 \ PROHIBITION has never worked, because it can't be enforced . . . nation- ally, on a state level or locally. Prohibition merely handcuffs law enforce- ment officers, breeds bootlegging and law-breaking. There is no "wet" or "dry" decision to make. The question is: Shall alcohol beverages, including beer, be sold LEGALLY or LLY? LOCAL OPTION PROHIBITION It,s the 4th Measure on Your June 27 Ballot (Polittced od~vertlseme~ ~ end paid for by Nodh Dakole Un44ed Ag4Ans! Prohib~tlon, Leo Ma~toney, Ixe. Secy.) J IIlIIII --MAKE A DATE WITH A "ROCKET 8"l $1 G:;~RA: Nqpw "88" is Iowor-priced for '5OI Oldsmobile's'Rocket" saves on gasl And it's a solid investment, too, You'll marvel at the way this high- because Oldsmoblle's famous "Rocket" compression engine gives you :greater is ~e to sgay new for year8 tO (~Ol~J economy---plus flashing response! 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