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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 12, 1951     Golden Valley News
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JULY 12 1951 LUTMERAN CHURCH o. L. OLSRUD. Pastor LUTHERAN, BEACH: ~ervices at 11 a. m., with Holy 1. Choir Dractice Friday at 8 p. meeting Tues., 8 p. m. Bible School contin- this week and next week through Friday from to 11:30 each day. W. ~M. F. Retreat at Badlands July 18 to 19. SENTINEL BUTTE: Ladies Aid with Mrs. Will F. as hostess this Thursday p.m. d ~Unday School 10 a. m. EVANGELICAL UNITED RRETHREN CHURCH Jcumes Cornfortl~ Pcmtor Service 10:15 a. m. 'School 11:15 a. m. Service 8:00 p. m. Service and Bible Thurs., S:00 p. m., July 12. THE CONOR~-GATIONAL CHRISTIAN CHURCHES It. ~-. -- Inez Lac~, fcmtm.s ;:00 a. m., is the church ser- in the temp0~ary meeting "The Cave". Chimen Wor- Music, and sermon. RWr2~-" a. m., earh Sunday morn- is the worship service. Special music. Sermon. l~is Sunday is our all.church following the Sunday hottr at the picnic grounds of Wibaux. Sunday school meet at the cht~rch at 9:45 ~a. Cars will be at the church ~ the period following Sunday to transport all persons. usual worship service will cOnducted by the young folk Church school and Pilgrim at the picnic grounds. ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC CHURCH 1~ Rev. Msgr. Jolm I. Heinz, Pastor Every Sunday ~rly Mass 8:00 a. m. ~ligh Mass 10:00 a. m. |~. PAUC-'S LUTHERAN CHURCH G. HINZ. pasJor Missouri Synod Sunday, July 15th, School 11:30. ~VENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH N. Johnson, Pm~tor evening, Prayer 8p.m. Thu,r~,d my, Dorcas Society meets at 2 p. m., at Hospital Annex Bldg. Sabbath School 10 a. m. ,Hour of Worship 11:15 a. m. flEACH METHODIST CHURCH J. Robert Uoggs. Jr.. Pastor 8EACH: Wed. 8 p. m., Bible Study & Prayer, led by Bob Henry of On- tario Canada. Thurs. 7 p. m., Choir. Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. ArlRAUX: Worship Service 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Thurs., 7:30 p. m., Bible Study, Acts 20, 8:15 p. m. Choir. July 12 and 13 church paint- ing. ', D. V. B. S., July 30, Aug. 3. POTATO CENTER TESTS NEW SHIPPING CARTON Burlap potato sacks for ship. ping potatoes may soon be a thing of the past, in the opinion of FH. W. Herbison, NDAC Exten- sion Service marketing agent. Potato shippers will use the new 50-pound paper cartons develop- ed and tested this year at the potato research center, he be- ~lieves. The carton was developed tl~rough joint cooperation of the Red River Valley Potato Growers association, engineering special- ists of one of the leading paper companies, transportation ex- perts and the United States de- partment of agriculture engi- neers assigned to the research center. "rhe new carton-pack offers an immediate cost advantage to shippers over the use of the 50. pound jute bag, or even the 100- pound burlap shipping bag used in this area. Other than cost, the new pack gives advantages in (1) reduction of in-ta'ansit ard handling injuries done to table potatoes after they leave our shipping stations in North Da- kota (2) greater ease and con- venience in handling potatoes at distribution centers and in the retail stores, and (3) opportuni- ty for better merchandising of top-quality red table potatoes in retail outlets." '~Paper cartons may be avail- able to shippers this fall," Herb- ison says. At Parents Home--- *Mr. and Mrs. Iver Iverson and chil&ren vacationed recently at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Kirst, and also attended a reunion of the Iver- son family near Warlord City, and went to Minot f~r the wed- ding of his brother. They return- ed to their home in Boise, Idaho by way of Glacier National park. It pays to Advertise In the (;olden Valley News. THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. POST OFFICE ISSUES NEW MONEY ORDER Patrons of more than 42,000 post offices in the country will find the new money order, first available July 2, a much more convenient one. Principal changes in the new money order system will make it possible to have ,a money or- der cashed at any of the nation's post offices or it may be col- lected through any bank in the same manner as the depositing or cashing of a check. The new money order appears in the form of a punched c~rd instead of the customary paper slip and purchasers will fill out the same form and pay the same fees as has been required in the past. The regulation that money or- dens must be cashed at specific post offices has been eliminated. Under the old system, it will be recalled, a money,, order had to be cashed in the office to which it was issued. If it was cashed at a post office in another city, an additional fee was charged. Name Omitted-- The Occident Elevator of Beach was not listed in the busi- ness places which purchased Shrine circus tickets to be given away to children of this commu- nity this past Saturday evening. The omission was unintention- ally made when the list was made up. Shop among the ads in the News and save Lawn Mowers Sharpened Saw Filing SEE Ben Michels Five Blocks South of the Hospital Beach, N. D. .~AAAAAA~AAA~ ~VVVVVVV~VVVTM !KILL SKUNKS IN ANTI-RABIES FIGHT Several new cases of rabies reported in North Dakota, mov- ing closer to this area, has spot- lighted the part that ordinary citizens can play in the fight ~gainst the disease. While rabies is mainly spread by dogs, J,t is known .th,at foxes, skunks, squirrels and other warm.blooded animals are sus- ceptible to the disease. ,In view of this, Commissioner H. R. Morgan of the state game and fish department, says that since wildlife does play such an important part in the spread of the disease, skunks should be killed whenever they are seen. Home From Hospital~ Mrs. Ed Shenko returned to her Beach home this Wednes- day, July 11, afte~ being a pati- ent at the Bismarck hospital for the past five weeks, where she had surgery over a week ago; she is feeling much improved in health now, and no doubt is anxious to regain her strength l enough so that she can work in :her garden, which last year boasted some of the most beau- tiful flowers we *have ever seen in this section of the country. Sister Visits-- ,Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Neudeck of Blaine, Wn., who arrived Thursday, plan to spend two weeks with her sistea- and fami- ly her% Mr. and !Mrs. Jesse Stil.1. ~u~i~~$Ill~a~]~r~i~m~Hrq~L1~~C~mm~3m1~H~]i~ | Where price and budget have to meet; The answer is a PEQUOT SHEET ~_ ~_ I g E 81 x 108 full size extra long - $3.49 There is 20 per cent to 25 per cent more cotton in a Pequot Plus-Service Muslin than in, a Percale. This additional cotton and the greater strength of each thread makes them the ideal weight and quality for maximum service. Visits Here-- PAGE NINIB John Hudecek, a former B~ch ,resident now serving with the U. S. army, was in Beach Sat- urday calling on relatives and friends before returning to Liv- ingston, ~VIont., to spend the re- mainder of his two-weeks fur- lough. Daughter Visits-- Mr. and Mrs. Lowell IL~t~ly and children of PleasanWill~ Iowa, anrived last Friday to viii, it at the home of her pa~n~ Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jandt, alld other relatives. Adverttee in the Golden Valle7 N41~I i ' "' i At New Picnic Grounds South Of -- . SENTINEL BUITE i Signs Will be Erected to Guide You g _== . DICKINSON'S | SINCE 1907 Chief Justice James Morris of the N. D. Supreme Court has been se- cured as speaker. Featuring foot races for children Fun and Fellowship For All Good Music. PUBLIC INVITED Come out and renew old friend. ships, or get acquainted, if your're a stranger. At The Sentinel Butte Picnic Grounds Located on North side of Butte. putting a new of Gas in your tank. -- Hot Dogs- Coffee Chester Graham of Jamestown will be the speaker. I ntertainment for the children at 180 HORSEPOWER II ICAL OCTA ES " .. give top performance on non-premlUm grade fuel. "The engine o| tomorrow o e ~ I.IEMISPHERICAL coMBUSTION - . --e the engineering reason W]:q e I Illustrated below you today can matCh ,.L . ,, ain has -- senger car rt0 0~.~--~ "'~- _...d~,r ~km_ "Call p~o no engine m - ._ FirePower 1 10:30 good prizes - Get your free .am,. tickets on ~x',l, so'PIN r~~ BUT READY AT YOUR CHRYSLER DEALER'S NOW. , FirePower Performan~... Po~l[ Braking... Hydraguide Pow~ _ Steering... Oriflow Ride Conh, d " ... Waterproo[ Ignition... ~ wh, _ ... ,dm- mwill have mdq" q mllllF in 8eolmddllell -- I III I _ ) Beach, North Dakota I