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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
July 23, 1931     Golden Valley News
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Lorena Hurd, Reporter Mll. Lena *Zabel and daughter 1~M~ryn of Dickinson are here vm- relatives and friends for the tP~Z~er. M~ Alberta Barthel came Fri- dl~ from the Dickinson Normal to ~d the week end with home Mr. and Mrs. John Raisler an2 f~ll~ of Theien and Mrs. Raisler s za0ther, Mrs. Norris and sister, ~htrah of Great Falls, Mont., were m~n o'clock~ dinner guests at tl~e home of Gunnar Fahistrom FricIay. MYs. Ellen Welch, Mr. and Mrs. W, W, Page and Mrs. W. W. Httrd were business callers in Beach on M~.a:nd Mrs. O. Clarin and ran~ returned from Wisconsin last week where they have been visit- friends and relatives. The Golva .League base ball team ]~layed in Sentinel Butte Sunday afternoon. The game was close and ]~ seemed at first that Sentinel -~B~ would be the victors, but the Oolva boys were Just warming up and they brought the game to an ~cittng close. The score was 10 tO 11 in favor of Golva. Leonard Fahlstrom of the Mid- pitched for Golva and the boys not mistaken when they se- ur~ his services. Leonard pitch- a good ball through out the en- game and deserves especlal mention. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lorenz have returned from Bismarck and Rich has been walking do~-n town i~r a shat with friends each day. It was a pleasant surprise to have him return from the hospltal so m0~ after being so very ill. We hOl~ he continues to gatn every day until he is back to his normal Ulf. Lorena Hurd spent the latter part of last week visiting at the home of her chum. Miss Glaays ~Fahlstrom of Thelen. Mr. and Mrs. John Kempnek and family of the river were Golva vm- itor8 Sunday. The Golva Midgets were schedul- ed to play a game with the Wild- eats Sunday, but the game was {~tlled off as some of the players were sick and others could not be there. A correction is due Mrs. Grey m a write up of the farewell(party for Mrs. I)avidson in the Advance ]~t week, as Mrs, Grey was also h0stem for the party. Mr. and Mrs. Walt Dooner ann family and Mr. and Mrs. George Randash of Carlyle were guests at the home of Ed. Fischer Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fischer and family left last Wednesday morn- inl for Randall, Minn., for a ten ~a~S Visit with Mrs, Fischer's mo- ~i', Mrs. Kempenk and other rel- a~ves and friends. Ed. exPects to ~d most of his time fishing, but We rather think that the hot wen- th$r will put a damper on part of it "at least. Edward Randash has aharge of the garage in thelr a~- IW/tCe, A large number of the people from Golva and surrounding coun- try took in the old settlers p:cnic north of Sentinel Butte Sunday and report a most enjoyable time. The weather was ideal for the oc- eaalon. The Golva and Sentinel Btltte bands played, Mime Kathleen Cameron is visit- ll~ her sister, Mrs. Frank David- ion in Sentinel Butte this week. Word was received here from M~S I~tura Moyer who taught in our 8ch0ol last year tha tthe family was $nJoyink their trip to Penn. very much. Cyrus Ktrkpatrick is here visit- his folks, Mr. and Mrs, Tom Klrkpatrlck near Oolva for the ~er, ~HE HEARD THAT-- lure there is an old say, the first of the bridal pair from the altar will always first ene to get up in the Watch yourself, girls, put anything ever. ~#'ndio&te.) "How much do I ' IPrl ! " I , , ] ,1 ) ers aa, T T : ................ . L~J! i i] , % > :,: ii % THURSDAY, JULY 33, a bug at the picnic, i is three things, no more, but The hail adjusters were wor~nglwould not think it possible to in these Darts last Monday. l three eats so satisfying, tal~ Several from these parts attend-Iall together it was a very ple ed the bridal shower for Mrs. Ray t afternoon, and all look forwa Gearey last Monday. I the time to meet with Mrs. ! Mrs. Fred Gearey and daughter] ~on and her daughters again. Merrill, who have been visiting Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Her~ry Omsl)e and Mrs. Herman Wassman and Laurence called at the Jack i had expected to leave last Tuesaay rup home Wednesday. got several days extension on tne~r leave, which was pleasant news for Hot~tuff--I fell down the their friends, yesterday and was knocked The Alpha birthday club met at less. the Ed. Shoen home Wednesday, it Coldslam When do you being Mrs. Shoen's birthday. A to recover~ large crowd was on hand to help her celebrate and all had the usual good time. Mrs. Laura Strahon visited at the H. P. Crossman home Thurs- day. Mrs. A. M. Peterson entertained the ladies whist club Friday after- noon. The members present being Mesdames Howard. Covert, Gcarey, Scheffer. Page, Curl. Sehouvoe. We carry a complete stock Crossman, Peterson and three vls~t- TEXACO GAS AND OIL ors, Mrs. Omsberg, Mrs. Wosepka and Evelyn Peterson. The usual seven games were played, Mrs. Scheffer getting high score and l~er reward was a lovelv two strand white beads. Mrs. Curl and Mrs. ~r'~v~t/~o~;I I~;~'~*V~'" Omsberg cut for the consolation prize. Mrs. Curl getting low, sne ~ Station was surely pleased and the rest en- vious when she displayed a whole GOODWTN THOMPSON menagerie of performing elephants. Manager the mother elephant and the little elephants. The rule for the menu i7 he placd!for well. cooked square,meals P / Everythin~the m~Wtet affords, prepared the way you ~.~and most liberal helpings. WE SERVE REAL COFFEE WITH REAL CREAM Benefic;al Effects of Mate Long Recognized Brazil is the land of coffee, but Brazil is also the land of Brazilian tea or mate, and there is no reason, the Brazilians think, why the United States imports of more than $25,- 000,000 in orlental tea cannot be in large part supplanted by the in- fusion made from the leaves of the mate tree. What coffee is to the humans north of tim twenty-fifth paralael of latitude mate is to those south of this line, and it is consumed by more than 20,000,000 people. The name comes from the gourd which tim Indians lmve used for the bev- erage from earliest times. Many years ago the remarkable effects of mate were noted among the Indian tribes, and it has been scientifically established that the infusion is beneficial to the nerves and to intellectual and muscular ac- tivity. One may go for a consider- able time on mate without food. The amount of urea is reduced car- fourth, and oxidation of the tissues retarded. Mate grows on large trees. The branches are cut off and dried and passed under a roller which crushes the leaves. The latter are then baled and sent to factories for further processing. Curityba, Bra- zil, has the most extensive plants and is the commercial world center 1 /or the proddc'~. I ] First Man-: "Have you e er had a ~l ~son by corre$pondence?" I Second Man (soberly) : "Yes, I I never write to women now." "Well, of all the n~rve!" she said, as she slapped his face. "Don't ever ~ry to kiss me again." "All right," he replied meekly. "If that's how you feel about it, get off my lap." Here are the 4H club members who took high honors [n livestock corn- ' petition at the North Dakota State fair in Fargo this week. Top row, left to right~ are Harry Johnson, Casselton, with his Short- horn, champion baby beef over all breeds; Robert Kilpatrick, Casselton, first prize Hereford baby beef; James King, Valley City, first prize reg- istered Shorthorn heifer; Day,on Byram, Wheatland, first prize Jersey he~.fer. Counter, left to right, are Elder Best, Towner, first prize Hampshire ewe; Harold Hofstrand, Churchs Ferry, is holdlng the first prize Hamp- shire ram belonging to Joe Molitor, Brinsmade. Below, left to right, are Henning Brandon, Hatton, first prize milk- Ing Shorthorn heifer: Harold and Lawrence Nelson , first and second prize Angus baby beef. Omsberg and son Laurence attend~ GARNER Mrs. H. P, Crossman. I',eporter Mrs. Iner Oistad and son Har- mon took the three Butler children who have been at her place for the last several weeks to their home near Marmarth Friday. Mr, and Mrs. Gerald Shoen and Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Wallan, who have been visiting the E. Shoen fan~ly, left for their respective homes last Friday. Lewie Vanvig, son of Lars Van- rig, down on the river, had his collar bone broken Friday, and was taken to Sentinel Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howard and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Wassman and family were dinner gucst.~ at the Fred Wassman home ~unda~', MrS. ~eRry Omsberg was assist- ing Joe Sanders of Zenith to get subscriptions for the Farmers W~fe Friday afternoon. Mrs. H. P. Crossman, Mrs. Ly- man Page, Mrs. Win. Kremers. Mrs. Lundin and Mr. and Mrs. Henry ---Courtesy Fargo Forum. with the harvest on the Lundin farm. Mrs. Claud Kile visited the last ]week at the home of her brother, /Joe Dietz, and will visit this week l with her sister, Mrs. Tony Barthel. Mrs. Gerhardt Schumacker's sis- ter from Minnesota, is visiting at the Schumacker home and with her mother, Mrs. Theo. Wise of Golva. The Garner School Board met at the Tom Wosepka home Monday. IS OFFERING THE AT THE FOLLOWING LOW PRICZS: # 5.00x19 ......................................... $7.47 * 5.~.$x18 ......................... - ..................... .... $8.41 Try our (~zality Piston RLnp---Accessories of All ]Kinds VK&NNA AUTO SUPPLY BEAC~ ed the picnic at the Scheffer grove Wednesday. Joe Dletz and Ed. Walters were business callers at the Olstad ranch Thursday. George Wassman moved his fam- ily back to the Lundin house that they lived in last year, he ~ll help Miss Hazel Vinquist of north of Beach was calling on friends in tl~is neighborhood Monday. Mrs. Russell Denton has had some trouble'with her swelling and being very painful, she went to the doctor Friday. He thought it was caused by the bite of some sort of Personal Why not carry your account a~ a bank t7 is known for its will- ingne~p give each customer help- iul,fividuat ~ervice ? /he Farmers ~: Merchants BalIK X,..,/nas that sort of reputation. We'd like to talk over your particular problems with you and see just how we can be of the greates~ service to you. Farmers & Merchants Bank Beach, . . North Dakota o-. all a class- ad costs in this paper one issue. NO AD ACCEPTED FOR LESS THAN 25 CENTS Is all it costs each issue af- ter that. Cash must ac-