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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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PAGE FOUR THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. THURSDAY. JULY 12, VS. 2:00 ~BtIIJIIIlt3iMIH~ImBIIIfllDIIIIIIHHII~I~BmBtt I Park. .. i i[ The Chester Gasho family re. Ji r{}111[~,]~ [~ida~,w~ ~1 turned last week from a trip to i .............. | ] southern and eastern points i o l where'they visited the Glen 0i- mmmmmmnnmmmsmmmmmmmnmmm~amuuI sons in Arkansas and relatives Another July 4th has come[in Ohio. mad gone. Some of the folks of Webbs Willing Workers met this commuinty attended rodeos at nearby towns while others enjoyed neighbarhood picnics. We understand the Sperrys put Trotters on the map again, when Shirley Mae won first and Mar- gie thk'd place as queen, at the Sidney rodeo. [Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Moore and Doris returned week before last from a trip which took them through the southwestern states and back by way of Yellowstone at the church parlors Thursday, a week ago. when .Mrs. Norman Nellermoe and Mrs. J. F. Crook wore hostesses. It was a work day, and quite a bit of work was accomplished. Lunch was served afterward: The Norman Nellermoes and ,P. V. Moores attended church ! see'vices and the meeting of the Scandia Aid, ~unday. Mrs. W. B. Campbell is con- valescing at her parental home Mothers--Have a Vacation! Treat yourself to a vacation, mothers, from liaper laundry with any of the fol- lowing excellent products: at Fryburg, after getting a collar bone broken and a ~'ib cracked when their car overttLrned near the Ray Tasker home. The Boyces, P. V. Moores, Lola Snow and J. F. Crooks were Wed. eve. visitors at the Nel- l~rmoe home, when John Nel- lermoe entertained the group with a fireworks display. Lunch was served by Mrs. N. E. Nel- lermoe. A marriage of much interest to the folks of this community took place recently in Fargo, when Myrtle Nellermoe was married. We extend congratu- lations to the happy couple. Gene Gunkel and Ricky, A1- Franzen, Del Tharp and Eddie Crook gathered at the J. F. Crook home Sunday to brand and vaccinate cattle. Connie and Karen Lindbo of Belfield have been visiting at the Gunkel home since July 4th. Mony of us are on ,R. E. A. now and are ~'eally enjoying its conveniences. The recent rains are making vegetation look greener, and giving all of us encouragement. O. K. Omley spent a few days I 4 I ( d q ( d "Chux disposable diapers, 25, large, size, only $1.69. Kleinerts pad pants, 4 doz., $1.30. Apinless diaper panties, $I. Chix diaper liners, 6 doz., 98c day evening visitors at the P. V. Moore home. WIr. and Mrs. Con Simonsen and Larry and the ~Francts Boyce family were Sunday dinner guests at the P. V. Moore home. Percy McClenahen, Chris Hau- sen and J. D. Clark were sup- per guests, and the J. F. Crooks were evening visitors. We undorstand that Mr. Town. ley had the misfortune to get a bone in his leg cracked re. cently. He had the other leg broken a year or more ago, in a car accident. This time he was driving a tractor. The date for the ice cream social at Trotters church has been set fox July 21. Everybody welcome. Mrs. A1 Franzen and Doro- thy Gorrell were hostesses at a pink and blue shower at the Gor~ell home for Mrs. Clarence Smith. Since the day was rainy, some were unable to attend. The honored guest received many lovely gifts. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Moore and Doris, Olaf Abraham and sons and the Chester Gasho family Fire Hydrant CasualtT--- The fire hydrant bordering Mayor and Mrs. John Keohane's lawn was broken off last Thurs- day morning when it was struck by Paul Thomas' car. He is said to have temporarily ,lost control of t.he vehicle as ,he lit a cig- arette. Employees of the Beach water department next day re- moved the damaged hyd~'ant, which will be replaced soon. Meanwhile, that section of town is without a fire hydrant, which could be serious in case of fire in t.hat block. Beach, N. Dak. Crop Not So Good--= Sam Wilson of the Sentinel Butte rural area is one of the few in this county whose grain crop "is not so good" this year. The ~'eason, he says, is that he seeded it early in April, and it headed out during the dry wea- ther, making the heads smaller than they would have been, had there been more moistt~re at that period; however, he is not un- happy about it, as he says may- [ On 30.Day Furlough-= i To Yellowstcme-= Sgt. Melvin "Buck" Taylor andI Among those observing the wife are visiting his brother Fourth by touring Yellowstoae here, Bob Taylor and wife, and other relatives in :Medora, Dick- inson, and Glendive, on a 30- day ft~rlough from Ft. Riley, Kansas. l~a Vaca'tton--- Mr. and ,Mrs. Don :Brengle va- cationed at Park Rapids, Minn., and Clearbrook, whece they vis. ited friends of ,Don's, after he at- tended a Ford company meet'rag in Fargo, June 29. They return- ed home July 4. Entertain Relatives==.. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Cadwell entertained at supper Thursday night, a week ago, visiting rela- tives. Guests were B. J. ,Mc- Danold of Dickinson, M, rs. Grace I~aisler of Fargo and the R. N. McDanold family of Bellingham, Wn. Park were the Bubli1:z, son, 22"ester and Stedman lies. Business Caller--- ,R~y Towne, a representatiVS of Harris, Upham and Co. d IVlinneapolis, called on several businessmen in Beach and Sen. tinel Butte Saturday. To Watertown-- ,IVLr. and Mrs. O. W. returned Monday from Water' town, S. D., where they ed the 25th wedding sary celebration of their son and wife. See Circus-- Mr. and Mcs. Bill Schulz their two grandchildren to Shrine circus at Glendive, 2ast Saturday afternoon. were Sunday evening guests at last week at the home of his the Lloyd Metcalf home. be he will strike it just right ][]~ ~" ~r[ daughter, lVLrs. Crook, and call- Mrs. Gorrell and Mrs. Crook[ next year! JL Ji_J W ed on friends, will entertain the Union Aid at ITo Minnes--- ta-- "- - While Peggy Gunkel, Connie !Lindbo and Timmy Franzen the chttrch parlors on Thurs- . were taking a little horseback day, July 13. Everybody wel- Sid Woodward of Wibaux re- Lto ride, at Crooks on Sum, the come. ~ turned last week from a trip to Clearwater, [Minn., where he vis- horse suddenly decided to buck It pays to Advertise in the i~ed his father who is in poor 8 ft. $575.00 a little and then ~un. He thre~, Golden Valley News. health. all three children off. The girls -- had minor bruises and weref" 10 ft. $650.00 shaken up and frightened, but little Timmy ~as O. K. The Moores and Crooks were Saturday evening c~lers at the Nellermoe home, to see pictures which Phillip Moore took on their recent t~ip. The Shrine Circus Committee hereby express their appreciation for the assistance of those business and professional people of Beach who so generously contributed toward making the Circus a treat for the children and a successful benefit for the Crippled Children's Hospitals. PLOWS Oliver, 3- 16 4-16 Oliver, 5- 14 -- $425.00 - $500.00 - $6OO.OO General Chairman Beach, North Dakota OPEN SATURDAY NITE illlil 000 "T'S EASY TO SEE why almost everybody admires a new Pon- tiac and so many thousands wish they owned one: Pontiac is a thoroughly good car, built to give you years of depend- able, enjoyable service, and it's a sweetheart on the road--eager, smooth and tireless. Pontiac is distinctively bea,-' --and its reputation for goo n is second to none. And don't forget that Pontiac is very low priced--and we caa promise you a deal that will quickly convince you that you'll be wise indeed to stop wishing and order one. Drop in tdday. 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