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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 2, 1942     Golden Valley News
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VALLEY of last pomts where of horses who works on the N. P. railroad in Beac Friday of last week few rnARuts. JOhn likes his work but say at they are him awfully btLsy. Mrs. Glenn Wolf and children ar- rived here Tuesday noon after send- a week's vacation at arrington with friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Linson left Friday f  week for Stanley, N-Dak, his home for a short vacatlon before returng here o Beach to take up his duties as SmLth-Hughs LnrUc- tot. Rev. Wetel from the west cxmst will arrive t Wednesday of this week o Cake over i%is new field at Ollle, Carlyle and Alpha. There will be ervices Eunday at all three of the churches. J. A. Aiguire left for his new posi- tion Wednesday with Williston his first stop. Johnny will continue o  home In Beth and plans on doing ome of his independent audihg here when his work m norhhea-n Montana and North D- kot will permit. Norman Haugsc Of Sentinel B.ue, is here to take his .plae at the Farmer's Co-op Ele- Marvin Ba+Lholomew who is em- ployl at the Vrann AUto Supply lef Tuesday of last week for Grand here he s altending an elec- trical eehool sponsored by tle Good- man  Electric. He plans to re- turn home ,to-day acoam13anied by his Dealt ho  been attend- tug he University. M.m. Ahne Syndai of tlxis etty end her sister Evelyn FIo of Dlckln- Ion, left last lrldey mornng by car for Hope and Oatrdar, N. D., xhere visited reltives and friends un- ti_l Monday of this week. hey were acCClnied by Mr. and Mrs. High Sclmltz as far as Jamesto'n where they vsll relatives. ,t. Vahn Morris was in town overnight Tuesday of thls week an- route 'to Cheyenne, Wyo., where he fll enter officers training, Vaughn been" stationed at For Lewis. Wn., and spent  day here with nm ,nd friencts. MI. Paul M ad wo daught- of Portland, Ore., were gtm here last eek of Mrs. lurvis and her gm Cts. They leflT least week- end for  turn I home. r. and . J. I. Lawhead, former reskiets of Reach but who now reside in the state of Washing- ton, received word from the War De- lt week at 42xeir son Roger, who was. statwi In he Fllllpplne Islands, s now mng. They have ot received a list of priaone e yet, however, but are hOlXt for e best. Mrs. Warren Cark of hts city is a sister of the m man. AR spendin a week at he home of her parent, Mr. and Mrs. Oar- hard 8ohrnacher,  Aneline lxaavher left by bus on Monday evening for polis where she will spend tw eks before reur- o her dles e8 rmrse at he 8{;. Al it In Bismarck. M'. l M: IxtroLd Iwhead, formerly of Beach but who now live at Kodiak, A!ka, are the parents Of a 5 b. 8 z. baby boy born May I. Mrs Lawhead will be remain- bell here ks Miss Vivian Wenland. Many Cars Lack TRUTH KEEP YOUR SALT arHE other day I read of an ec- |centric old woman, rich and so- cially prominent, who went from house to house judging the occu- pants by the condition of hhe salt cellars on their tables. If these were clean and well kept she put her stamp of approval on the household, but if they were not, re- gardless of the gra- ciousness and charm of her hostess, she put them down as dowdy folks. Not all of us, fortu- nately, are quite so critical, but in one sense we are. And it is good that we are. We are critical of the merchandise we Charles Roth buy and of the mer- chants from whom we buy it. It is our criticism which keeps tte stand- ards of goods and stores high. One of the many advantages of advertising is that it invites us to be critical of the goods being ad- vertised. The advertiser assures us that his goods are good. He invites us to compare them with others. We do. If he relaxes for a minute and lets his standards drop, we discern it. We tell others. We eease buying his product. He knows that even the finest of commercial reputa$ions will suffer if a mere handful of people get wind By CHARLES B. ROTH CELLARS CLEAN of the fact that the goods are sub- standard. They will tell their friends. Soon a whispering cam- paign is under way. He suffers. It is only by being careful at every minute of the day that his goods and service are up to high standard that the man who advertises can suc- ceed. You expect more of him than you do of the man who does not adver- tise. The non-advertising manufac- turer or merchant can fall down in delivering quality and service. You may expect him to. But the man who advertises has to live up to hs high obligation. So you see that advertising is a great vigilance" committee, estab- lished and maintained in your in. terest, to see that the men who aspire to sell you will always be worthy of your trade. The merchant who advertises must treat you better than the mer- chant who does not. He must treat you as though you were the most in- fluential person in town. As a matter of cold fact you are. You hold the destiny of his business in your hands. He knows it. He shows it, And you benefit by good service, by courteous treatment, by good value---and by lower prices. Be critical of advertised goods and stores which advertise. They want you to be critical. Advertis- ing invites you to compare before you buy. It stands or falls on value alone. @ Charles B. Roth. NEWS WANT ADS WILL GET RESULTS _ _ - _ _ -_ _  -: -_ i The WorM's News Seen Through THE CHRISTIAN SCIENCE MONITOR An lernatonal Daily Ne'spaper i Truthful---Cxmstrucdve---UnbiasedFree from Senmtional- iaEditorials Ace Timely and Instructive and Its Daily Feamre, Together with the Weeldy Magazine Section Make the Monitor an Ideal Newspaper for the Home. The Chrhdan Science PubHshlng Society One, Norway Strut, Boston, Maaachusettl Price g12.00 Yearly, or l.00 a Month. fmtuhty Issue, including Magazine Secdon, 2.60 Ymur. Introductory Offer, 6 Iuue 2 Cents. Address- ....... SAMPLB COPY ON REQUEST THREE BARGAINS With most magazine prices going up it is a real pleasure to be able to offer three bargains at this time in good magazine reading. First: READER'S DIGESTs13 issues for the price of 12 and a 128 page book free. Yoc do not have to be a new subscriber to get this offer. You may renew your old ubscription, whether it is due now or not, but the offer is only open until July 4th. Second: TIME-offers eight months subscrip- tion for $2.67, to new subscribers only. Third: PATHFINDER---a weekly newspaper, published in Washington, one year for $1.00 and a twenty-four page book of photographs of Washing- ton, the nation's capitol, FREE. This is a limited time offer. 8tICK... UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH F. N. Rlchert, Pastor Sunday July 5 10:00 Sunday School. 11:00 Morning Worship 8:00 Evening Service. There will be an official board following the morning ser- The board of Trustees is asked meeting vice. Ono |uck out Everyyen ) meet on .Sunday evening a 7:00 /preceding the evening service. youe4rnsheuld IqOl.l Wednesday, S:O0 Prayer meeting at tnto Ul, Wr 80nd.Stamps; i *ho chu tservice will be held ,this Sunday eve- CARD OF THANKS ning. The first regular Sunday evening You are invited. BEACH Oliver Everet*e, Beach: Services, 9:30 a. m., July 5th. Carlyle: ervices, 11:15 a. m., July 5th. Bible school starting Monday, July 6h, 9:00 a. rn. to 3:00 p. m. Garner: Services, 2:30 p. m., July 5th. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH V. H. Dissen. Paster Divine Services at 10 a. m. h Holy Communion. Announcements for Holy Communion are to be made at the Prsonage on Thursday or Priduy. Ladies Aid mees Wednesday after- noon, July 8. Senior League meets Thursday eve- ning, July 9, at 8 p. m. The Ohristian Film "Power of God" will be shown at the Beach Aud:.- torium Sunday evening, July 5, at 8 p.m. All are welcome. Lhank our customers for their patronage the past four ]d one-half years. We have enjoyed serving .our friends and plan o resume this ser- vice m the fture. During our ab- sence we hope our patrons will con- tinue to be served by our leasee, Ed. Koshney. HODGIN SERVICE STATION PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY | Dr. Chernaus k $ / | Rogers & Gumper I EYES TESTED-GLASSE S FITTED i Walton Block Dlcldnson, North Dakota GUY LEE I ATTORNEY 8enUnel Butte, N. DaIL ' " ] KEOHANE & KUHFEUD | ATTORNEYS AT LAW t Reach ,Phleor t,h]3 Dl, kota TIECE Dentist BEACH. NORTH DAJKOTA DR. E. A. NYMAN Chiropractor BEACH, NOR IIJrA New Location Downtalrs office phone 61 - rea 1 W. R. SCHELL Att0rney-At-Law Beach. N. D. Office loted in foemer Valley Ba BaUatng ANY HAVE YOU CATTLE TO SELL? YOU PRICE 'EM WE BUY 'EM NUMBER, ANY TIME A PENNY POST CARD WILL BRING ME TO YOUR RANCH. WRITE MAURICE GOLDFINE GOLDEN VALLEY HOTEL, BEACH, N.D. It's Always Cool At Leo's Recreation Rooms ' ButYou'll Always Rceive A Warm Welcome. i i SPECIALS! Large Chocolate Sundae Chocolate.Marshmallow Sundae 10c 15c We Make Thick Malted Milks to Take Out. Will Be Open Afternoon, July 4th Come in for a game of cards. LEO'S RECREATION ROOMS Use Tax Stamp -- Darwin Crossman Subscription Agency I iS the desire of he Treasury i Vehicle h 4ffe shotld by now ...... ' .............. i have bhelr $5.00 Use Tax stmp af- 1 I I ! ftlfl to Teir mobor vehicles. ! w_ i The stamps may be urehsed at : I to rply  the lw faei l}l misdemenor charges, which call for:ll i llll Ill lll Ili lli $25.00 fine or 30 day,s jail sentences:  I ,f U have not already purohed| LET 5 ELKBFiATI[ II year Use T saap do so oduy 1 I I and then paste it on Four windeLd', I"" , .,........ ,1, Htlll ,I  the lower right hand corner. ',, J[ i 1BilB]B II I1, II l '/ IVlIIBm i!i I II Nouce , With the shortage of rubber am] gaso- Cormaertc&qg Frida--', 26, 12.!1 . " , .. - - - . - I,1 TRACK TYPE and every Friday theretfter un$il fur- i  --LL-:LL- o. w.,.. o. me, let s all celebrate the lourth ii TRAC'I',OI RR Supervisor, wlShm o announce ,l I that he will be m the office at Beach I i _ a -l[I __ _ and Medora according to the below,l a[ Home l I a schedule: ! II to 2:Mod=-:aY fr 8:  m| If yon have a picnic planned let us help i I _,y  l:00 to : I you with the Lunch. I [  m 'n . . i" | If you are staying m town Celebrate by I  " I DINING WITH US. |  ' il w ! "' K s HAY Don t For.get e Serve Fresh Rolls R RELIEF I Dally Wtth Our Meals i! FEVE C.C. JOHNSON BUTTE DRUG DOERNER'S CAFE Your Allis-Chalmers Dealer