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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 10, 1941     Golden Valley News
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SUNDAY, 13 * " fi~'i'Lt I|~ [ | i(~d-aA][ ~ ' ~.,~r. and ,~':rs. L. B. Reager, Mr Mr. and Mrs. George Franzen and ~"~ a ~ g ~ g r~ [ ~ ~ ~~ [: fi :~ (i ~i~" ~1' Alber" .]ol:,~on and Mr. am! /~w sons and Mr. and Mrs. Peter ,., , y e~ enin, g ~i ered H~ Mrs. Cyril Odenb:]u~h a~d ~hilflre:~ ~r:;. Rus:;ell Denton returned Sunda~ L~'nd son returned Wuesda ' . ,-- -- S :le~'~(~(l ~(~e la~ ,~.:~mrCav ,,-~ evening from t,heir vac~tion and fish- I~rm a "ecks vacatmn a~ tartans PARK CAFE : |~-yo ~eermg 8 zoot "" ~ -.'~ ~ ,*- )- ~ ~-'"-in- +ri'- "-, "~,-"~,, ^,--'-1TM ~annda [points in Wyoming and the xellow- ,i~l~h trucks m gee(,i .' , stone Park Tiley report our crops ll0 t. ,-,_ , , .,eek~; v.~:t.':,g ,;,uth Mr~ Odenb,,u~dT,T.:le par y left here last Ttmrsday .... _ ......................... a~:ne, two-row oohnlmother. :~f~ernoon going to Rcgina and then [here as be.'r.g be~er than any seen ! i/'l'~ ATTI/~I| T$1h' l~l~'$l~'141T " ~ g~ as new ~t , , ) . I on th ~r tr~ l~l~l k.) ZllllN I Y llll.N ILPl_N.I. ll.Jll J. " ~ F' ' ' ] Fred and Art Miller. bro,herso~65 miles east tc the lake. Evidence. e" p. -~ -~:: i:Yaknneman' phne]Emil Miller of this city came uu by was brough*~ back of a very fine ! Dr and Mrs. O. R. Niece and i ) tl If ~t-~ l~Ill~ rlt~-~II'~'~|Irll~ ;k~ " 40-3tc airplane from Dickinson or.e da~'" l~t catch. [famiiy returned the first of the week | ~1 L b/~iIll5 1Ul~lbH1 ~,~ound--:b~riex-~.-oai~ week and enroute up stoppi at Ytonald Jones of the News force is i from their vacation trip to Emmetts- l~":~ per cwt. Custom I Sentinel ButAe where they repaired:enjoying an auto tri*p thru the Yel- i burg, Iowa, where they ,,',sited Mrs.,,,, #"I,-,A;,,,~ l~,,,,d, l~,l| D,,,-L : ~YOb 15C per cwt. E: l=tunions ligh: plant, lowstone Park this week. Niece's father for several days. lJH[;dlUII ~. ~,IFI~E;IIUlYV "= I~bflbll l~(:lll l~lllflt ~, Agent, Sentinel 40-tf party to take on original con- BANANA From 1 o'clock p. m. to 6 p. m. 10c slightly used, isno. This is a monthly pay- ~lmr Particulars write Tavis Music Ck)m- ~ ~0-2tp DON'T FORGET TO ASK FOR YOUR TICKETS S. k- ON TR/XIE .~ .. 41-tf HOg MARl (El ,,.tf earnings. Take BRING,YOUR HOGS TO THE Wibaux Stockyard,_ Friday afternoon, July 11 and Sat. forenoon, July 12 sarvo. All,Will Be at Yards Early in the Morning if you want to state &l Bring them In During the Cool of the Day li~meatlons for con- Also Concrete And Receive the following Cash Prices: USED INERY USED es-and Sizes AND VATORs f' TVI A USED ROW / ~ TRACTORs ONLy 12 NEW COMBINES before they gone 0TA MENT CO. H. Christie, Box N. Meade 160 Ibs. to 230 Ibs. $9.50 per cwt. 230 Ibs. to 300 Ibs ....................................... $9.00 per cwt. 300 Ibs. to 450 Ibs. Heavy Butchers ........ $8.75 per cwt. Light Smooth Packing Sows ..... $8.50 to $8.75 per cwt. Heavy Rough Sows ..................... $8.25 to $8.50 per cwt. Stags, 70 lb. dock ........................................ $8.25 per cwt. Above cash prices guaranteed when weighed up. It is not necessary to see me. Just load them up and bring them in. You will receive courteous and fair treatment. Will pay more if eastern markets warrant doing so. Electro- rfr gerator ONE YEAR TRADED IN ON REFRIGERA- ICEq TO SELL QUICK Hardware :BEACH Buyer WE HAVE A LARGE SELECTION OF CARS, TRUCKS AND PICKUPS TO CHOOSE FROM. GET YOURS" WHILE THE GETTING'S GOOD! t Heavy Duty Equipment 1937 Chev Short Dual Wheels Wheelbase Truck 1939 Chev Long Dual Wheels Wheelbase Truck Dual Wheels 1939 Chev Long 1939 Chev Ton Wheelbase Truck Pmkup Dual Wheels Excellent Shape 1941 Chev Long 1941 Chev Ton Pickup Heavy Duty Equipmeat 1,941 Chev One Ton Pickup Heavy Duty Equipment Wheelbase Truck Dual Wheels 1941 Chev Ton Pickup Heavy Duty Equipment Model T Truck 1937 Chev Short Good running condition. Wheelbase Truck SEE OU--R I,A GF- SEL-- TION" OF THAT A good truck for field use. Dual Wheels WE HAVE ON HAND PRICED FROM $1a TO $775 See us about that new car deal and have us hold one for you as our stock is limited and we will not have many more in on account of the war. BEACH'S LEADING CAR & TRUCK DEALER Mrs. George Wassmann ol Sentinel Butte is a patient at the local hos- ptial with a broken arm which she received in a fall from the car which was being driven by her daughter.' ~'s. Joe Dietz. The acicdent occurred a mile out of 8en~lnel Butte on Tues- day of last week. Henry Wise and son Theodore of GOlDs were Beach visiors Tuesday of t'his week and while here purchased a Case combine from Mr. Longtaottom which they took home with them, Mrs. Jerry Shoemaker of St. Mi- chels, Minn., was a caller In town Monday enroute to the home of her brother, Henry Wise, in the Golva TO HELP MARSHALL DYKE DEFRAY HOSPITAL EXPENSE Drop in at our Care Afterward for a Tasty Meal or Lunch We Appreciate Your Patronage "WHERE FRIENDS MEET TO EAT" "PARK CAFE" community. Keith Baker of Sutton, No. Dak.. Lynn of Oak Park, Minn., are mak- ~-----'-jll,~,~r,~F,~,,~,~,~ arrived here t~e first of the week Ing a pleasant visit at he J. F. m-,m~,m~,,=-,=~,m~a ~=~" and on Monday begen his new duties Crook h~mae. , : as perts man at the W. C. ~chulz] Kyle Sperry and children, Ella E~n- "~T i~ ~ D l garage. ~Lrs. Baker will come to lders0n ~ .~p~l daughter Pauline, Mrs. h l I~ UP ]Pa 13L I m~ch in the near future. , Oarrte;:q~eri~ were Sunday dinner --J --" -- " {FOR 8ALF.P-One slightly ~ ~-~y-i guests at the ]Bob Stevens' ho~e. f13 l~r[ T ~T ~:1 [ ,tag washer, cheap. Also one !0 foot t Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Prince of l~'lce ' ' /W | I~ "E { 1940 John Deere power binder. ;I~ke. WIS., Mr. and Mrs O E Berg- ~. v v .m..~. s [ Dakota Implemer~t Co. ~c~. l quist ancI Mrs. Henry Grote,, of Da- ~ I ..... ~venlmrt, Iowa and Mrs. Vict0ria ~ur, Again we will handle the well[ t ane of Milltown, WLs., are visit- _ j [ut[ers ing at the home of H H Burchette known State Prison "twine t I Mrs Al~deen Ooltism] ' " l a quiet day at home. How , ' . . .. , trove Bible School at Trot~rafor 11 ,T'l Td' 1" 1 90 l sure that wherever we celebrated, we l ............. KIP. lr I ll |Ll ]were all thankful for the privilege of,a weez tm.glnmng JUly l~t. All CallaV .~.L~ .m. ~. V.L~ ~ ]celebrating Independence Day in these ren are welcome. / trying times I ........ . . - ........ ] " _ .... I Henry Oannon left for Belfield on ~t'~r~w',~r,~r~r~,~r~r~'~i Mr. and Mrs. ~yle. ~pe.rry are me Thursday ntte to be second trick op~ I proua parents oI a nne DOy, oorn ".~ =,.~t~.~ f,~. ~ 4,,,-- .~.,. Mrs. Louis Erickson, Mrs. ~arry them on July 3rd at the Beech heR-~" ............. "" ~' Kulmwskl and mother, Mrs. Tangen. pital - -~ ............... ther " @ir. and Mrs oeorge O Oar and son ~trs. ~urns A~erneuny attu mu ~'r and Mrs Ames and Mrs Re ...... " .... ..... - ~,~h,,~,~ .rid r~n*ld ~v, . . - ~ J3oooy ann t~orge's morner ann oro- aars. e.,rnc~ ................ Kidder and children of Ohio aret e ........... us" returned from h r John left Thursday for their ,~oerneuny .aw 3 a two week's trip through North and making a pleasant visit at the C~sho trip to Yellowstone Park. 8ou'h Dakota where they visited rely, tiDes and enjoyed the scenery of the Black Hills The first three l~die~s mentioned visited relatives at Mount Vernon and Mitchell, S. D. while the others went on to Can'on ] and Beresford Mrs. Johnston visited sisters and brothers whom she had not seen for 27 y~trs and they all report a most enjoyable trip. Bill Luhr returned last week from several months visit in western gates and has again taken over the Basement Billiard Room that has been managed by Leo Haigh during his ab- home. [ Miss Annie Nelson is ivsiting her Andrew Kohler. Daisy Wassmaxt and cousin, Mrs. Bert Sperry. Ed FAde spent the 4~h at the James Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bemis and son White home in Golva. O See Your Case Dealer for New and Used Combines sence. Mr H.aigh is now employed One 22-36 McCormick-Deering Tractor A1 at the Cozy Tap Room. [ FTed Reise, who has been employedI Shape.Will Sell Cheap at the Cozy Tap Room for several months left last week for Bismarck JUST ARRIVED--Some New Combines and an LA Tractor where he is to be employed at the Patterson Cocktail Lounge. ] The Gerhart ~4qallock family arriv- ed home last Seturday from their cen day vacation trip to Randall. Minn.. where they visited Mrs, Shal- lock's sister and family. They also visited relatives in St. Cloud. and Little FalLs, "Your Case Dealer" Get a Columbian Red Top Grain Bin for safe, economical storage of grain, seed, feed, harness, everything. RAT-PROOF WEATHER-TIGHT, FIRE- SAFE! Deep, horizontal and vertical swedges give double strength. Easily erected. Last 15 to 30 years ! NW PRICE.q--wFrH ~ I~AKIG/4T PAID Iio0 Ira. god Top Ilia----------------.- SIO'LSl I000 bu. Rod T~ ~ 11~.10 llWIO ~ Ind Top !~~" 1S$313 RED BOTTOM STOCK TANKS Warranted for five yearsl Strong and durable. Made in both Roun4 and Round End styles, with hot galvanized split tube top, reirdorc- ing triple swedgcs, double lock seam bottom. ~,~ a-o t A~ These products manufactured by COLUMBIAN STEEL TANK CO., Kansas City, Mo. &H GOL IrA, NORTH Ill I[ I I I