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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
June 16, 1938     Golden Valley News
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PAGE8 LOCALS Miss Carrie Witzig arrived here on 8m~day from Chicago, where she has been t~aching tile past term. Monday ~she left for Dickinson to attend sum- mer school there. Thursday afternoon Mrs. Robert Johnston of Alpha left for Austin, Minnesota, having been called there :by the serious illnes~ of her mother. Monday night William Knezevich ar- rived home from Grand Forks where he has been attending school the past term. For the past week he has been $~ guest at the A. R. Jongewaard home ut Rugby, No. Dak. Saturday morning Mr. and Mrs. Al- fred Ueckert drove to Velva, N. D. to visit a few days with Mrs. Ueckert's 7olks there. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11 a. m. The message will be given by Rev. Herman Grove of the United Breth- ren church. Christian Endeavor 7:15 p. m. CLASSIFIED ADS LOST--Pair of striped overalls sPree- where between Roy Noyes service sta- tion and Montana-Dakota Utlliti~ Co. warehouse: Will finder return to L. A. Turnbull. 37-1t ........................................ 2~ WANTED--Boy ~ dishwasher. , Co~, Care. : . 37-i~ ~OR SALE---Electric~brooder, about 100 chicks, also breaking plow and sulky plow. Emil Peterson, Beach, NO. Miss Velma Babcock who ts in nurse'. Dak. 'Staining at Missoula left Monday nltel -~ ~o resume her work after spending FOR SALE two weeks visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, L. Babcock of southeast of Beach, Mr. H. L. Babcock's mother arrived here from Sioux Falls last Wednesday ~and will visit here for some time. Sunday dhmer guests of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Ueckert included Mr. and Mrs. Win. Ueckert, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Joh~stone and Mr. Johnstone's :father. #IIIIIIIlI~IJtt~IIItlIIltI~I$111NI~ Gifts For FATHER'S DAY June 19th BEAU BRUMMEL SHIRTS large assortment of new sum- mer patterns. Tailoring and a rollar that fits. Sizes 144o-15 Sleeve Lengths 32 to 35 $1.50 Dad'sP4"obably Ready For A New Tie~:~-" :'We ve cornered a beautiful S~election that are hand made. 66c NEW SUMMER PAJAMAS 36-2tp VERY REASONABLE-- Two new 32x4 heavy duty tires, two new 32x6 10-ply truck tires. Inquire at News Office. 36-tf FOR SALE--Used Electric Refrigerat- or, Genuine Frigidaire. All working parts and Porcelain cabinet in fine condition. 5 cubic foot, sold nel(, for $236.50. Can be purchaSed or# easy payments. Montana-Dako~ Utilities Co. 36-tf FOR RENT--Modern room. Mrs. H. L. Rice Sr. 36-2~c FOR RENT--2 furnished rooms, with gas stoves. C. H. Clark. 34-I4;p FO~ SALE or RENT-- Benson home, Inq~re at the News office. 3itf FOl SALE.-- 8 tube electric cabling- radio. Inquire at News office. 31tf BABY CHICKS Day old or started chicks from blood tested hardy northern flocks. We have th$zh ready for immediate or future delivery. All common breeds, We do custom hatching. Send or bring eggs at any time and in ar~ quantity. Write or call, REN I-La.TCHERY, Dick- inson, No. Dak 27-11tc F~ CAF~--Hom~ ~, g~i food. Good coffee at all times. Also beer, pop and lunches. 5tf. FOR SALE--aheep and hog fencing. Inquire a: Smith's Service. 28tfc FOR R~ENT--Furnished modern apart- merit at Uetz apartment house. 37tf WANT to get a place to work for room and board. W. H. Mlddloton, Beach. 37.1tp Anyone interested in the study 0f Clarinet or Saxophone. I am start- ing a summer class on above instru- ments. If interested call Burns Drug & Mustic Store, Wihaux, Montana for teaching dates. "~rnl. Burns Jr: Instructor. 37-2tc For Father " JUNE 19th Select That Gift Made hyVa3iotr~ ~i~h Lastex FOR DAD NOW! .~! 60 to .~9 ItO We hav, e many ~'"" ~'-'~" ApproP]~[ate Si?P/i!tdeFo:esd;f~ted:ea~S GIFTS for HIM ,~ ~ (.~ -- ~ IUN,). IE[l(ml ~I_UU All Gifts Wrapped Free PHONE 31 of Charge WALL DRUG CO. DICKINSON'S PRESCRIPT,ON EXPERTS Since 1907 Reeve Building Beach q-- TitOI PSON'S [00D IARK[T ,lWe Deliver , Phone 55 Orange Juice ...... large 46 oz cat~33c ]8-K coFFEE..~. : ~. ;2 lb. caimster~59c INSECT SPRAY...'. :.... qt. can 59c Vegetablle Soup .. ~ ........ 6 cans 29c Macarom-Spaghem ..... 5 lb. box 33c 'l'omato Juice, IbA... lge :;O-oz. can z~c Fig Pudding .......... . i2 oz. can 15c ' i Kremel Dessert, ass t flavors, 4 pkg 5c NECTOR, all flavors. 2 lge bottles 35c 0RANGES, Isweet, juicy .... 2 doz. 35c THE GOLDEN eALLEY NEW~ LOCALS Friday Mrs. W. C. Bradley and family went to Jamestown where they spent a few days. At the Sentinel Butte theatre June 18-19. "I Met My Love Again" feat- turing Joan Bennett and Henry Fonda. l~lbnday night Miss Theresa IAevens left for Billings, where she intends to visit friends for a while. Mrs. S. D. Knezevich was l~ostess to the sewing club at her home on Thursday afternoon. i Mrs. Leo Tobias entertained the Pri- scilla sewing club at her home Wed* nesday afternoon. on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Clark of Bel- field, N. D. were visitors at the Ervin Gordon home last week. The Big Four Community Club will hold its rcgutar meeting on June 18. Music will be on hand and a good time is expected. Mr. L. K. Morland and Mr. C. H. Ensign of Scranton, N. D. were visistors at the H. W. Brown home this week. They were overnight guests of Mr. J. M. Still in Tuesday. Miss Ruby Walters has been visiting at the home of her sister Mrs. C. Lingk since Wednesday. She has been employed at Medora. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown made a business trip to Billings on Saturday. ' Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Niece and Mrs. ~They returned on Sunday. Mr. Frank ~Willis Wallace drove to Glendive on Homeberg spent the weekend at the Tuesday afternoon. [Guy Brown home while the latter was Mrs. Willis Wallace was the lucky away. winner of the $16 given away at the l The Saddle Butte Homemakers Club Wall Drug Co. Monday. (will meet at the home of Mrs. Louis Sunday Miss Lillian Thill went toIOdland on Thursday at 2:00 p. m. Glendive to visit for a few days. Lawrence Lemire of Sentinel Butte was a Beach business visitor Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. Mills and daugh-! ter drove to Wibaux Sunday and at- tended church while there. Miss Pernie Logan arrived from Bil- lings Monday and is spending a few, day~ t~ere with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Logan and other relatives. This week the Mark Free,~e family is moving from the McClellan housv to the Anna Gugolz house. Monday the local Boy Scouts en- joyed an overnight outin~ at Evc:'- green Park. Don't pass up our bargain hhis week. Gifts and Cards. M. P. Lovgren. Monday night the Wallace & Carroll barber shop was treated to a fine coat of paint inside. At the Sentinel Butte theatre June 18-19. "I Met My Love Again" feat- turing Joan Bennett and Henry Fonda. IIII1111~ $1111m~mllllmMmllll~ JIG FOLrR DISTRICT ~li~llllll(llltll~ll~lU~Ul~ _ ~ ~ ~ - Mr. and Mrs. Ray Lingk drove tO Galen. Mont to visit their sister at that place on MOnday. They returned E~u~U~H~u~Uu~uiu~$~$~U~U~$~u~ SENTINEL BUTTE ~$$1$Ull$[USUSUIUU$fflUSUSU$1UUSU$1U$~$U$$UU$1UUU[I~$$$1{~ Sam Wait is under medical care at the Beach hospital. Ole Waldal has returned from the Glendive hospital where he underwent an operation for ruptul~ Mr. and M~. Don Moffat of Watford City were weekend visitors with the Schulz family. E. R. Kennedy is spending a few days of this week at Mandan attend- ing a druggist cinvention. Mrs. Lyle Martin and daughter Jean ;vc~'rg"~ickinson Tuesday to have some dental work done. Mr and Mrs. Sewell Mason of Grand Forks are visiting at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mason. At the Sentinel Butte theatre June 18-19 "I Met My Love Again" feat- turing Joan Bennett and Henry Fonda. Mr, and Mrs, Math Decker and dau- ghter Mathilda, Edwin Dietz and Ben Maus left Thursday by auto for the state of Washington where they are visiting friends and relatives. John I-Iougen and son A1, Bernard Dixon, Walter Petersillie and George Wosepka went to Circle, Mont., Sunday bringing back a truckload of farm ANNOUNCEMENT We have taken over the Beach Bakery and will endeavor to give you the best in bakery goods that Beach has ever known. We Would Appreciate a Trial Watch For Our Opening Nick Xipolias Charlie Robinson F. Tm.Reynolds Co. Coffee, Schilling or Nash's 2,lb~ can 55c Salmon, fancy pink, two 1-1k cans 25c Salad Dressing, Harvest Moon, qt. 29c Dill Pickles, (it. jar Nice Krisp 17c Frankfurters, small Premmm,- lb. 22c Rice, cello bag, 3 lbs., ........... 18c Beans, Great westerni~4-1b, bag 16c Fresh Fig Bars, 2 lb. box ......... 25c Orange Juice, large 46-oz. can 29c Tomato Juice, large 46-oz. can .... 25c Grapefl:uit Juice, large 46-oz. can 25c Macaroni, 2-lb. box, Elbow ....... 15c Cheese, Swift's, ColbyStyle, lb. 19c Sugar, 10-lb. cloth sack .......... 58C Occident Flour, 49-1b. sack ..... $1.75 We also have fresh and cold meats We Deliver Free "' Phone 75 THURSDAY, JUNE 16, machinery. J. A. J. Norem was taken suddenly ill during the weekend and was taken to the Beach hospital where he is under medical care. The amlual school election for the local district was held Tuesday at whi- ch Clyde Myers as director and Mrs. Julia Husb~ as treasurer were reelected. The Bert Fasching family have mov- ed into the residence vacated by the W. J. Burns family, and the Russell Van Eaton family moved into former Fasching residence. Duane Muth, principal at the high school, was married Tuesday last week at Dickinson to a lady of that city. Leaving on a moon trip to Yellowstone Park, nwliweds made a brief visit with E. H. Masons. Mr. Muth and his will become residents of Sentinel at the beginning of the next term. / / / I \ Milwaukee Style Lbs. FRESH CERVELAT Summer Sausage TM 19 Fruits and Vegetables-Fri..Sat. Only Potatoes ........ I0 pounds for 36c They cook Snow White and Fluffy : Lemons .............. per dozen 31e Full of bubbling juice Tomatoes ......... 3 pounds for 21c Just the way you like them for slicing I Oranges ............. per dozen 12c Fancy Sunkist. With thin, easy-to-peel skins Cantaloupes ............. 2 for 25c Luscious Vine Ripened Fruit ' I Cherries ............per pound 19c The finest quality for eating II IT CHEESE l.b. 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