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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 9, 1931     Golden Valley News
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JIJLY 9, 1031 M BEACB, N. D. AEWA~OR PAGE I Mrs. Wm. Ueckert. Miss and Miss Eleanor Ueck- a short business call in Butte Monday morning. Kramer made a short the C. Smith home Tues- Sheen was in this Monday forenoon canned fruit. Kramer purchased some from J. R. Boyer near The corn plant- Very busy in our netg*nbor- week as nearly all the are planzlng more corn figured on because of rains. Kramer motored to Beach evening. Zook and family were visitors Wednesday fore- Neumann, Leonard Charley Kramer and Wm. donated a days work with towards graveling the front of the German Lu- church. The street needed bad because every spring snow goes away or when it is just about impassable. f Knute Corliss family drove Wednesday afternoon, they visited with Mrs. Cor- Mrs. Knutson who returned from the twin week. Hogoboom, our rural mail ;is back on the job after his summer vacation. Smith was a caller atWm 's Friday morning. and Evelyn Neumann were the Smith children Wed- 4-H Delegates in Washington CARLYLE I Mrs. A. E. Scheffer. Reporter SHOWER Mesdames Melvin and Claude Lund, Mrs. Leonard Sanderson. Mrs. Ed. Wiley, Mrs. Ralph Stark. Mrs. Chas. Abrams. Mrs. Chas. Lund and Mrs. Earl Stark were r hostesses at a shower on Wednes- day for Mrs. Calvin Lund. A very large crowd was in atendance and it was given at the home of Mrs. Earl Stark. A short program was given, a violin solo by Mrs, Ralph Stark accompanied by Mrs. Mood.~ a~ thepiano. Solo by Mrs. Chas. Nelson Piano solo, Mrs. Harve Fisk. Reading, Mrs. Moody. Mrs. Lurid received many beautiful gifts. a to Bud Haigh left Thursday for Green Bay, Wisc.. and will bring'. back his brother and sister. Mrs. Dean Anderson accompanied Bud as far as Valley City and will go from there to Milnor. N. D., to vislt her relatives. Mrs. F. Moody and son Danny were Beach visitors Friday. Rus- sell Haigh of Beach has spent the past week at the Frank Haigh home. Giles Curtis is working at the C.. Abrams home while the folks are away on a vacation. International thfl::er lhdriis (loll) and Otto IIillig in the cabin of their airplane Just before taking off from Barren Island. N. Y.. for St. John's. New- foundland, on the first leg of their flbzht to Copenhagen. They began the trans'ttlantie flight at Harbor Grace. Newfoundland. and made a forced landing at Crefe]d, Germany. Frank Haigh. Alvera Funk and weather there has been extremely ........................ Mrs. Moody attended the ball game hot. a~ Wildwood Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hartse CAMELS HUMP Mr. and Mrs. Clog Bergett areleft Saturday for Helena, where Mrs. Ray Drier. P, eporter working at the D, Andersom home Laurance has employment. _. ....... during Mrs. Andersons absence. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Abrams and We hear this morning that Mr. son, Mr. and Mrs. D. Dennis and ?Jr. and Mrs. Otto Wills motored and Mrs. Christy Howard of Ollie family, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Otter to ~cwn on Wednesday. are leaving that place soon and I and family, Mrs. Cynthia Stark andJack Gamroth Mr. and Mrs. Four of the n~embers of the 4-11 clubs fronl forty ~tatc~ ~,f the hope these few lines will speak to daughter Hazel left Friday for a i Brier's on Thur~lay. George Lardy was a caller at tl~ Middleton home 'Sunday nmrntng. i May Brown and Ethel Franzen ]were out riding through the hills Thursday. I George Lardy attended church services in Beach Sunday. "Yes." said the self-made mark "I was left without a mother and father at nine months, and ever since I've had to battle along for myself." "How did you manage to suppor~ yourself at nine months?" "I crawled to a baby show and won the first prize. Tha~ was the way I started." Usher tto cold, dignified lady): "Are you a friend of the groom?" The Lady: "Indeed. no. I am the bride's mother." Ms t Teacher motored to Sen~ine]l WHEN IN I MINNEAPOLIS STOP AT The newest fire.proof Hotel in Washln Union, who nh,t in Washington for the fifth annual congress of the asso- them of the regret we feel in losing vacation trip to the Black Hills. Bur.to and also to the Chss. Nlstler Theten Homemakers clu~ ciatlon. Their camp wqs pitched ,n tile ffl'+~llhls of the A,