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Beach, North Dakota
July 2, 1942     Golden Valley News
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LL S N., ULY vs. MILES CITY LEGION TEAM BEACH gALL PARK ADMISSION 10c. LOCALS Art Branch of Anderson, Inaiana Gone Evans entered the Johnstone sister of Mrs. Nielsen. Mr. Box&apos;ers nelth. He plans on emermg school ding dinner at the Anthony home, arrived ,here last week for a visit Memorial Hospital yesterday morning and Mrs. Oalvin Adams are car.;ng for in Epokane. the couple left on a wedding t,2p o with ,his uncle, Dr. C. A. Bush. and expected to undergo an opera- the Nielsen farm, during their ab- M:,terlal for the grain storage bins the Black Hills. 'l.ey expect to be -DetMrs M ITAv:Ji JohIB:yten and son. :i:Bluonanrrhvdemd:Y i b sence Lenny and Lucern Nielsen, arriv<l in Golva Mondy and a crew gone about u week. Congratulations and Mrs. Vic Hilden are the Mr and '. " , "  ' - parents of  6 lb. 3 oz. baby Darryl of r y who left for Minnesota .about ten of men are busy erecting them under are extended them. Chat arrived at the Beach Adamson ' /, -., .,. , ' y "g .'n - days ago, will return home with theh' the supervision of E. O. Sheen. " Miss Isadore Weinreis lef Thurs- Sunday morning. The infant guests at the "Spud" Adamson homeapolis, to spend his vacation with hi parents, i Burney Majereus had t)he mister- day for Los ,M]geles, Calif., after to break his leg la week. He spending  few weeks w4th home been named Sanda Jean. here in Beach several days last week. mcle and aunt, Mr. d Mrs. Ted Godfrey Pesha spent sevePal da';s tune HOG MARKET i I WILL BE AT THE } ibaux'Stock Yards all Day Friday JULY 3rd I Irin. .......... rnin , As I Would Like ,  [our Hogs lariy rioay +nu   --'-- " .... h ,o Leave Friday Noon For Billings u.ver ln,.:n Morgan Will Be In Charge Friday 2ttet,,,,,,_._ ! ECEIVE, WEIGH AND PAY CASH FOR AL ilf E HOGS DELIVERED TO ME FOLLOWING PRICES GUARANTEED TO YOU FOR THIS FRIDAY ..BUtcher Hogs, 180 to 230 .......... 12.65 Peer cc:[. mUa 230 to 260 lbs. lz.a p '- E tL Heavy Hogs, ...... k 10 40 to 12 55 per ew q: ;eavy Butchers, 3be to uu _,.u .... ,-':- .... wt U.Light Sows, 250 to 350 Its. :-:=--.':'. -er ewt 8t Wt. Sows, 300 to 400 lbs ......... lz.oa to ].o  ...... . s'.70 lbs. dock ............... 12.15 to l.o p .... Heavy Sows, 400to 500 lbs .............. 12.20 per cw[ .:ugh  lZ.Za per cw ,OWS, .................................................. , --- ..... Friday's delivery tyhe above prices guaranteed you.on . , .... litheness of market drop. Will add more to m,s pr;ce i rket warrants on Firday delivery. i JACK BALLARD of ,this week for the Allen. build a "jeep" or two. lanch" nest Great Falls, Mont., { Mrs. E. D. Evans received a News- she wll spend her two week's paper clipping the first of "the week agein this year. Miss Tobias from Mrs. Lee Gross, nee Judy IAev- a guest here .last year aJn liked ens, of Portland, Ore., which showed vOUch he decided to go back a picture of Mrs. Evans' brother, tl year. i Colonel J. L. tromme, who is in ar /rel arrived here 'charge of a large air-base there, a her home a Oladstone last a patient in a hospital and being d  again employed at visited by the motion picture actress, OaJe. i Miss Land Turner, who was in Port- Ethel Trygg, of Bismarck, N. land on a war bond end stamp drive. arrived Wednesday evening to The picture showed Colonel Stromme ft*w days visiting her sister was being well pleased with the visitor. PARK CAFE- FINE FOODS!-- GOOD SERVICE! I Good Food Always--That's Our Motto 0ur Will Attest to That Fact Customers ! Don't Forget The Baseball Game ! SUnday, July 5th--Beach vs. Miles City i: "WHERE FRIENDS MEET TO EAT" IIs I ' I I We have a New Parris-Dunn Wind- , Charger on hand. i Two New Sets of Deleo Light Batteries ! VRANNA AUTO SUPPLY , s Beach, North Dakota We Will Be Closed All Day 4th HARVEST TIME! Picnic Buns Will be here before we know it. ARE YOU READY? Save Time and Money by Ordering Your Repairs NOW. Please Get Your Order In Early For FOURTH OF JULY PICNIC BUNS Per Dozen 15c Remember! All Our Bread is Fresh Daily At Your Favorite Grocery. BE SURE TO ASK FOR Gordon's Products We Will Be Open Friday Evening, Closed All Day the Fourth GORDON'S BAKERY ICE CREAM SPECIALS LET'S HELP FOR WIN THIS WAR! JUL 4th FRUIT SALAD ICE CREAM Quart Brick ....... 34c FROSTED MALTED |-BLACK & WHITE 10c I SUNDAE Kids Like 'era I 10c ' . -Large Walking Sunday for c Don't forget to take plenty Camera Films With You. SLEIGHT'S CITY DRUG During the past week farmers of this County have responded in fine shape and we have loaded 120 tons of scrap iron during the past week with 100 tons brought in Monday and Tuesday of this week. We have also bought 20 tons of rub- ber during the past two weeks. Remember the campaign has been ex- tended until July 10th LET'S ALL HELP TO KEEP UP THE GOOD WORK! BEACH HIDE & FUR Louie Erickson was operated Mr. Adamson is "Spud's" father and Dickinson. at the Reeve ranch, last week do- was taken to Dickinson where it was folks. Her sister, Ewlyn, accompanied tast Thursday at the Glendve Mr. Boyten, his brother-in-law. They l lelle Michels" arrived ing some carpenter work for Mr. set and is getting along s well a,s her for a vacation trip. and word received here by returned o Sidney lst wek end. 'lome Monday of this week from Reeve can be expected.  Mrs. C. Lorenz lef Sundy afer- Eriekson states that she is ira- Mrs. Jack Still and Mrs. Ous Boldes very nicely. Miss Lois Crick- We are glad to report that Troy Detroit, Mich., to spend her vacation Bob Menke was a business caller noon for Helent, Merit,, to visit her her daughter, spent last Thurs- Lasalle has been akcn to his home at the home of ,her parents, Mr. and and daughter, Patsy, were Wibaux in Golva Monday. dughter, Mrs. Duffy, v.nd ge ac- Ln wi,h her. from t.he local hos;ial v:here h Mrs. Ch. Michels, west of town. visitors, Friday. Mrs. Ed. Feldmann, dauB'bier, Lydia. Mr.. H. Sheen and Miss Janez For- quainted with her new granddaughter, Ritznan of Los Angeles, underwen an operation last week,' Miss MarBle Butterfield had the Mrs. Norman Stcdman, and Mrs. Lyle guson were callers Sunday at t2e Patricia Ruth, born Saturday. Jane Majcrcus home 27. stopped hre Monday morning and i now improi..; -r:," nicAy, misfortune of flling and breaking Adams were .among those who at- to his .home at Newburg, hits. J. C. Buterfh:ld of north of a bpne in her wrist this week and tended a shower for Mrs Jack Farra,, The wedding of Loyal Wein':eis and *Mrs. Mike Swgel was a Bech l:)ak., to spend a few hours with Bac.h received word from her .on, is now compelled to carry her arm at her home in Betch, Fri:iay after- Miss Violet Anthony was solemnized viitor Monday. Robert, the past eek. wto is sta- in a sling, noon. .Wednesday at the Carlyle U. B.. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schillo and Johnson of the Globe-Gazette tioned at. Dutch Harbor, staling that Mrs. Lyle Marin of Senti:zel Butt,, Mi-. Mildred Berg. of Sentinel ciur,:h. Only immediate rrlatives daughters were Golva visit.ors Mn- Co.,, x.as a caller at the he had los all hi: belonaing during and Mrs. M. L. Walker and Vr:;. Butte, : employed at the Franl; and friends were present afer .a wed- day. the raid on their city June 4th. Re- Clarence Ov:rtad of Beach, ve:'e Neh! home, at present. Valley county court house bert was feeling well and geting ...... " 2- .s,. aiternoon luncheon gues:s Alex and Mary McCaskey were 'm  , of this week. along fine oVherwise, at the Hank Brown home in Dickln- dinner guests and visitors at the - | us that he is having fine word from their son, Joe, the first Sentinel Butte, Sunday. with his Partook Electric of the week that he is stationed in Bonnie View Go-va " -" device which he has the Mexico and is paroling the Pacific 1 for in this community, in a U. S. bomber, i A number of friends gathered .t  Z the We have available one new Oliver . Tornow reutned home Thurs- Misses Clara Kipp!ey, Joyce Noyas, the J. S. Schauer home, Friday night, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloan are m ef last week from a two-week Ethel Kippley, Berniece Gilman, and to spend an evening socially with proud parents of  baby girl born trip spent dn Seattle, and the Messrs, Donnie Carlson, Frank Ernie, before his departure, on Men- Monday, June 29th at the Beach I I Wn., and other western Kippley, Harold Halstead and Bobby day morning, for Minneapolis, where hospital. Congratulations. [] -- ss and Billy Edkins vere Sunday guests he hopes to be able to enlis in some Ed. ischer and "Chubbie" and Ed t 14 foot Drill and several new -" where he visited his two sons at the Stanley Rippley ranch home branch of the service. Ernie's many Kerehma spent Sunday afternoon at " i daughter. H'e reports a fine vaca- south of Medora where the city folks friends regret his leaving, very much, the river fishing, and report a good. i ihAlguirenO Crof Lyndon,truble atwn.,all, ar- :enjoyed the day vacationing and in-but wish him the be of luck in "catch", ' Oliver Tractors | here last Friday morning for cidentally found out how to do a whatever he undertakes. : John Malone returned home Satur-i little branding. to be spent here with re-t Mrs. Jack Still and Mrs. Ous Boldes day from a trip to Chicago. He was [] * d friends. He was accom-I Gee. Sygull.a and sons, Eddie and and daughter, Patsy, were guests of accompanied by .his n,iece, Mrs. Duf-' home by ,his son, Howard, who Joe, who reside southeast of Golva, Mrs. Jack Callahan, in Beach, Thurs-fY, who will spend a month here I Check your Farm M hl"ac-'nery brought in a little better 'than seven day afternoon, visiting her uncle. 1 for ePert several weeks there visit-it on of iron from the farm on Men- Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nielsen and' Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kreitinger and l and Mrs. Otis Longbottom, and Iday and Tuesday of his week. Tony daughter, Leona, left Monday morn- two children, Mary Lou and Jackie, ! iLazz also md several ton and thinks ing for Wadena and other Minnesota were Dickinson visitors Monday. l Parts Needed this Fall lOther,Mrs.Mrs.LotsA1.TollefsonLangbottOmof Ma-.andihe has four or five more ton to haul. points to visit relatives and friends Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schouboe and " I S. D., am'iced here last week l The local yard purchased in the OFt a visit. Mrs. Longbottomt neighborhd of 1C0 ton of scrap for ten days or two weeks. The)" vere daughter, Delores, left today, Thurs- LOGAN [ accompanied by Ernie Schauer, who day morning for Casper. Wyoming.. AUTO SERVICE I h son, Otis, are ,here straight, n-'.metal on Monday and Tuesday of will continue on to Minneapolis, and where they will visit M'. Schouboe'si i this week P business mtters before leav- Mrs. Roy Bowers and 2 children, ho brother. George Sheen accompanied I t0r Minneapolis where Mrs. Long-{ Mark Lovell hms been hauling his are returning to their home at Fern- them as far as Billings from there will make her future borne'iron to town and so far it is esti- dale, Minnesota, after a visit at the he took the bus for Spokane, Wn.,' her other children, i mated that he will have vbout 40 Nielsen home, Mrs. Bowers being a where he will join his brother, Ken- Mildred Tobias left Tuesday ton of the scrap metal which should