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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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PAGE TWO J THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. THURSDAY. JULY Good Everybody Music DONNA and TED Golva Community "-4 Thursday, July R~ttwn Hmzm--- Mr. and Mrs. John Summers and family xeturned home. to Devils Lake Thursday after wis. ith~g here at the Austin Slocomb home ~nd with Mrs. Mary Willis. Tl~e group attended a commu. To Locmo In Wibaux-- Warner Cyr of ~,aker was ia Wlbaux last week seeking housing for his family; he is planning to take over the Stan- dard Service station there in the near future. Th~station is now News | ~IRII~IIIIIIUHtlHI~IMRIIIIIIII~IIH llllllmtllllilillllllOlllll Sunday School 10 a. m. nity picnic at the Carl Ueckert grove 3uly 4. m doing business after being clos- - Morning Worship II a. m. ed for some time. ,Evening Service 8 p. m. Wednesday 1~rayer Meeting 8 p, m. HANDLE ON A GRAVEL ROAD? If the answer is "poorly", you need our new corrective service-- we are installing the machine, in the next few days, and can PROVE to you that we have the equipment and the know-how to remedy this fault surely, making your car drive like new. Give us a chance to prove this statement, Don't put it off, leaving open to an accident, before you do something about it! Phone 74 Beach, N. Dak. ' , , r ' , v~ Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Smeltzer and Robert were supper guests of Mr. and hrurs. Terry Cameron Thursday. ,Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rustad and family left Tuesday and re- turned Friday from Livingston, where they visited the Hubert Rustad family. The two Rustad families, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bo~,-. en and sons spent the 4th at the Art Murphy home near Big Tim. ber. Guests and helpers at a brand. ing bee hetd at the Ch~rlie Plummer home Friday were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sehouboe, Mrs. Margaret Plumier and ~rnard Rakes. ,Mr. and Mrs. Terry Cam. eron. Rev. and Mrs. Auex were Miles City callers Friday; they return- ed via Terry and were supper guests of Mx. and Mrs. Randy 31-J Enjoy the Best Radio Reception Let us look over your set and hay, our expert# put it in prime condition. promptly and mt realonable coet. Larry's Service Larry Sanders, prop. Phone 31-J Beach Perry. Mr. and Mrs. JRalph Rustad and sons, Mr. and [Mrs. George Rus- tad, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbect Sch. weigert were 4th of July-guests at the Albert Gustafson home. Rev. and Mrs. Auer, ~Vir. and Mrs. Henning Steen and Glaria rode with Francis Madler to Spearfish, S. D., Tuesday where they visited the Bernie lesfie!d family, Mr. and Mrs. ,Bud Mad- le, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Arnoldt and Bernard Madler, until Thursday. They all went on a sight seeing tour through the Black Hills on the 4th. Ronald Schouboes four child- ren stayed with ]VLr. and Mrs. Carl Rose several days while their parents and Mr. and Mrs. Claud Schouboe visited in Bill- ings. FARMERS SHOW HOW TO UTILIZE LIGNITE :North Dakota farmers are showing the way to industry in coming up with the first practi- cal economic means of utilizing the 600 billion toPs of lignite lying beneath the ground in western ~orth Dakota. T, hat's the observation of ,D. W, I)eLaurier, manager of the REA plant at Velva, now under construction. ,Usin, g lignite, DeLau~ier said, the plant will turn out electrici- ty at four-tenths of a cent per kilowatt. When electricity is created that cheap, there will a~ways be a market. FHe predicted, that with low cost power available, indus~y will be attracted to the state. In addition to oil. he mentioned the possibility of a bauxite plant for aluminum being es- tablished in the state, mining and manufacturing of fuller's earth and cement in northeast North Dakota, mining and de- velopment of manganese near Edgeley, fertilizex and seed treatment plants and develop- ment of the by-products of ,lig. nite. OPS PRICE CLINIC IN DICKINSON The North Dakota district of- fice of price stabilization has scheduled an OPS clinic to be held in Dickinson, on 'Wednes- day and Thursday, July 18 and 19. The hours of the clinic will be from 9 a. m. to 5 p. m. The price clinic team will be headed by district price execu- tive Nick Krick, accompanied by the following price specialists: George Hendrickson, Chief of the ~VIeat and Livestock Division; Wm. "Ross" Cone, Chief of the industrial Branch; Wm. ft. Bow- en. Chief of the Consumer's Goods 'Branch. and Harold J. Cul- liton. Chief of the Food Branch. These men will be prepared to answer any and all questions cegarding OPS regulations and rulings and will be glad to as- sist all business men with any OPS problem which they might have. I,t pays to Advertise In the Golden Valley i~ews, The Stockholders of Sentinel Butte Farmers Elevator Co., will hold their Annu- al Meeting at Sentinel Butte, Thursday, Jul: 12, 1951, at 3 p. m. Three directors to be elected, and any other business will be transacted that may come before the meeting. Refreshments After The Meeting. ANTON LARDY, Secretary SIDNEY AIR SHOW ADDS ACROBATICS Another outstanding event has been added to the aix show and airport dedication to be held at the Sidney airport July 15th. an acrobatic- contest open to any pilot with a commercial license for the championship of the west. All pilots wishing to enter must send in their entry blank to the Ai~ 'Show officials, in thelx pilots license also the type of ship fly, with its identification bers. Each pilot will be minutes ,to complete his vers. Points witl be each maneuver, such as: Iolls. slow rolls, loops, eights, four point xolls, rol,ls, and any maneUV~ wishes to perform withlll given 7 minutes. ESD The Wcsterd is young in but old in experience. We are continually striving to our ring a better place to market livestock--a large number of pens paved, all alleys are paved, a nu pens are under shed, and water and in the pens. All these facilities add up to care and better selling for your signment. West coast and Eastern buyers present at every Tuesday sale. are shipped West as well East. from all over the U. S. are present our sale during a year's time. YOUR cattle at Western. "For the best in the West, go Western, every *Tuesday." Dickinson, North Dakota Vou want a truck that has plenty of .L heft for the pay load--but the right kind of power is the clincher. That's why so many truckers turn to GMC for swift performers that can pack home the pay load. For in these broad-shouldered carriers --chassis and engine are yoked together to form a perfect team for hauling, a team that's built for keeps! The result is a great line of trucks-- from nimble to 2-tonners with horse- power unsurpassed in their class, up to brawny Diesels with two-cycle efficiency that has made them first in sales in the nation. That's why--whether your cargo is GASOLINE S, DIESEL TRUCKS GENERAL MOTORS compact or bulky, liquid or solid, grain or ceme nt--if you load it on a GMC, you deliver it faster at less cost lJer mile! As your GMC dealer, we can give you the long.time benefits of the right combination of axle, engine, transmis- sion and frame for the loads you have to work -- skilfully engineered by the world's largest exclusive manufacturer of commercial vehicles, Wibaux, Montana Located 1 mile East of Wibaux, on Highway No. 10 Where The Crowds Go DANCE Music by the Melody Five Orchestra M Dutton at the piano, with your favorite music Beach, North Dakota YoU~l do befer on 0 used frock wlth your GMC c~mhlr m~-,~,~.,,~..~ .Treat the family--eat with us in our cool, attractive dining room where the food is always so good you want to come back for morel Dining room open Sundays, 1 p.m., to 2 am., week days 6 p.m. to 2 a.m I