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Beach, North Dakota
July 21, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, JULY 21, 1938 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE 8 Team Averages N Batting Averaees Beach Baseball Club July 17, !938 AB R H PCT Noyes 24 4 9 375 Jones, Ray 8 1 3 375 Wetsch 33 8 11 333 Wenzel 43 8 13 302 Oster 38 8 10 263 Beckley 12 0 3 250 Niece 32 4 7 219 Enderle 46 7 9 196 Jones, Bob 34 3 6 176 Tennyson 38 5 6 158 Gilman 15 0 1 067 Miscellaneous 37 5 8 Team Average 360 53 84 233 Oppon. Avg. 360 38 68 189 Fielding Averages PO A E PCT Noyes 39 1 I 976 Wenzel 13 26 3 929 Niece 35 4 3 9'29 Tonnyson g 22 3 909 Gster 16 12 5 848 Jones, Bob 38 12 9 847 ~Vetsch 8 7 4 789 Enderle 7 1 3 727 : Gilman I 1 I 667 Jones, Ray 1 0 1 500 Beckley I 0 2 333 Miscellaneous 106 10 4 Team Average 273 96 39 904 Oppon. Avg. 265 97 36 910 Sunday's box score: Beach: AB R H E Enderle, cf 3 1 1 0 Osier, 2b 3 1 1 0 Wetsch, 3b 4 1 1 0 Wenzel, p 4 0 2 0 - Noyes, lb 3 0 0 0 Niece, rf 3 0 0 0 Jones, Bob, c 3 0 0 0 Tennyson. 3b 3 1 0 1 Jones, Ray 2 0 0 0 Gilman, rf 0 0 0 0 ~ckley, If 0 0 0 0 28 4 5 1 Miles City: AB R H E Patch, 3b 4 0 3 1 Gilmore, c 4 0 1 0 Nummerdor, as 4 0 I I Knutson, 2b 4 0 0 1 ~Undle, If 4 0 1 0 ~orms, lb 4 0 0 0 ~taridan, cf 4 0 0 0 ~Ichiilinger, rf 2 0 0 0 Lindeberg, 3 0 0 0 Totals 33 0 6 3 ~each: Services. 11:00 a. m. Missionar:, A. E. Gunderson will speak. In the evening aL 8:00 o'clock Rev. Gunderson Will show pictures from our Sundan J~Ission in Africa, Everyone welcome. Sentinel Butte: Services at 9:30 a. m. ~hool program Friday, 8:00 p. m. ibaux: Services, 2:30 p. m. M~s, sionary GUnderson will speak. Carlyle: Ladies Aid, Thursday, July 21 at the Tom Quale home. PLUMBING AND HEATING Sheet and Metal Work No Job Too Large Or Too ,~mst, OLAUS RISHOVD PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY DR. V. G. MORRIS BEAOH, NORTH DAKOTA Phones HOUSF--~6 OFFICe--40 GUY LEE ATTORNEY Sentinel Butte, N. Da~ DR. LORNER. FORBES Ostoopathic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON General Practice Confinement Cases Varicose Veins - Hemorrhoids Office Phone 79 p.~ Ph~e KEOHANE & KUHFELD ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phene 135 Beach. North Dakota DR. E. A. NYMAN Chiropraetor CHOREA (St. virus Dance) Pay When Cured Hemorrhoids - Verlc~e Veins Thermo-Baths For ~tism Arthritis CARLYLE I I I IIII Mr. Joseph Leppla of Medina, Wls. and Hamilton Kemp of Milwaukee i arrived at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Claude Schouboe Wednesday. Mr. Leppla is the father of Mrs. Schouboe, and is 81 years young. He and his grandson made the trip by motorcycle by way of the park. A very large crowd attended the shower and wedding dance on July 10 for Mr. and Mrs. David Pelarski, of Minneapolis, at the Nelson school house. Mrs: Pelarskl was formerly Miss Francis Efta and was married July 6 at Minneapolis. The happy couple re- ceived many beautiful gifts and were showered with hearty congratulations from relatives and friends. Mrs. Lloyd Bury spent the past week with parents Mr. and Mrs. C. Schouboe. Mr. and Mrs. C. Stewart were 6 o'clock dinner guests at the Scheffer one of the facuty of Iowa State Teach- ers Colege and Mrs. Lorenzen of Wash- ington, D. C. arrved at the home of Mrs. Bertha Johnson, sister of Mrs. Anna Hanson, on Sunday afternoon. The ladies have been touring the west and south and left Wednesday by way of the Black Hills for home. Men in the south vicinity have com- pleted the work on the Williams dam which was damaged by high water and storms. Mr. and Mrs. Erlckson arrived Carlyle the latter part of the week and will have charge of the Occident El- evator this fall. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stewart returned Friday from their vacation trip to Great Falls, Mont. Hans Eide and T. J. Fulton were business vsitors at Wibaux Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Courtney Hall motored to Beach to meet Mrs. Ashburner of Mandan. Mr. and Mrs. A. Scheffer and Verna were Baker visitors Friday. home Wednesday. Gladys Hartse, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Hammond returned to Mrs. Art Hartse received a fractured her home Monday from a very pleas- elbow Thursday from a fall off her ant vacation with her Mother Mrs. pony. She was taken to Glendive for Azalia Warte of Winona, Minn. and lindh many friends and relatives. ] e Beaver Valley Homemakers club Verna Scheffer entertained at her met at the home of Mrs. Claude home Friday afternoon the following Schouboe Thursday and the following first viee-pres; sec; Mrs. Sanford, treas. Mrs. Chas. Abrams and Mrs. Rudolph Lutts are project leaders. The next meeting will be with Mrs. E~rl Stark Aug. llth. Ethe Bosserman of Bismarck hos- pital is enjoying a very pleasant va- cation with home folks. Miss Helen Bishop of Savage is as- slsting Mrs. Caro Hudson now. Miss Olenna Doubles is employed at the home Mrs. John Denton. Mrs. Carlot Nellermoe of Warlord City was a weekend guest of Mrs. C. Hudson. Dulane Fulton returned by car to Somers, Montana, Friday where he has employment. Joe Jentges arrived from BllUngs Wednesday to take charge of the Oc- cident elevator here. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Orton, assist his father with harvest. I A surprise party was given in honor of Dudley Fulton's birthday Saturday night. Games were ff/ayea and a de- licious lunch was served at midnight. ~m~- ......... IIII II i ALPHA Mrs. Hilda LaSotta and daughters were Dickinson visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. IAous Sherman of Win- sted, Minn. are visiting at the Ed Sher- man home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Knopp and dau- ghte1~ and Clarence Knopp of KUck- itat, Wn. arrived Saturday for a weeks visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Knopp and family. M. B. Hogoboom and M~,urice spent the fourth at Medora. Valley, Minn are visitln~g their Warner and Leo Nistler. Edward Knopp spent the weekend with home. folks. He ret~xmed to the CCC camp at Wat~ord City, Mondl~ evening. Thomas Old~s left for Hornick, Iowlt Tuesday after spending a few days 0~t his farm near Alpha. Phone Your News to 39 GLASSKS-- OPTICAL GOODS OF AM, Reading '~la~es, 3~-48.00. Oo~d frame O~, $a~I~0. Lat~i ~mle~ Ola~ms, $t0.00--$1~,0o. Round. ~.00, ean~ ~apee: ~.~0. kinds of repairS on hand. ~end lnl~ marl; returned following day. Proof Goggles, none better, $1~0. ~. ored Ola~es, 25c--75c. Mrs. George Brenzel, Mrs. A. Ash- Mr. and Mrs. S. I~ White are enjoy- 'in burner and Mrs. Rose Stuart were l g a visit from their brother and sister Sunday visitors at the Buckley home. IMr. and Mrs. John White of Winsted, Misses June Martin, Doris Shepherd, IMiniL Irene Moen, Gwendolyn Fulton, Dor-I Mr. and Mrs. Anton Nlstler of Eden othy Hammond, Dorothy Waterland, Cleen IAndstrom, Mrs. Conrad Pratt, [ Ralph Doubles and Arthur Krueger attended the 4-H club camp at Wi- baux July 10-i1-12. Mrs. C. M. Ful- ton and Azalia Hammond attended part time. Strings and repairs for all mtl/t~ tnstruments. G. GILBERTSON, O]PT][CA]~ SPECIALIST Beach, N.D. Block South of FARMERS ATTENTION! ladies: Mesdames Andrew Peterson, Frank Schouboe, John Shafer and dau- ghter Shirley, Julus Larsen, Bert Cov- ert, Chester Stewart, George Hammond, and George Geary. Eight garrdes of whist were played with Mrs. George Geary receiving high, Mrs. Stewart low and Mrs. Hammond the traveling prize. A nice lunch was served and a plesant afternoon spent. Miss Ethel Bosserman entertained at a waffle supper Friday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. Hudson and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bosserman, Homer Douglas and Dean, and Donald Virts. Heleh Hural of Ekalaka and Verna Scheffer were guests of Mrs. Julius Larsen Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. William Swanbro re- turned the past week from a vacation trip to Hardin, Mont. School meeting in District 6 G was held Saturday evening at the Claude Schouboe home. . Mrs. Bertha Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. Bell McManigal, Mrs. Anna Hanson and daughter Helen, Miss Wilmarth and Mrs. Lorenzen were 6 o'cock din- ner guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Oldis on Monday. Mr. Anna Hanson aand daughter Helen of Spenser, Iowa, principal at Cedar Falls, Iowa, Miss Aita Wilmarth officers were elected: Mrs. Stanley Delbert Fulton returned from the Langtree, president; Mrs. W. Fisk, CCC camp at Glacier Park Sunday to ATTENTION, FARMERS! We have BARGAIN PRICES on PICKUP ATTACHMENTS FOR Mc- CORMICK DEERING COMBINES A new INTERNATIONAL TRUCK will fill your hauling requirements MARTIN IMPLEMENT CO. Sentinel Butte, No. Dak. McCormick-Deering Machinery International Trucks We are equipped to rebore your com- bine Tractor Motors up to 41/ in. di. ameter. FIRST CLASS WORK CAN ALSO FURNISH PARTS FOR SAME We Do GeneralCar and Truck Repairing PORTABLE GAS ELECTRIC WELDING John Deere Repairs Carried In Stoek H. & A "STAR BRAND" Twine, Distrib- ed by Deere & Webber and sold here COMMUNITY GARAGE Giwst~ftdd Time on Your Radio PAUL WHITBMAN AH~.B.&~ PAUL DOUGLAS $1~ N, & C. Take a pack of C/wsterfidds with you w/wrever you W the right kind of smoking pleasure in Chesterfield's refreshing mildness and better taste. Smokers get along swell with Chest- erfield's mild ripe tobaccos and pure dgarette paper--they're the best i~-