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Beach, North Dakota
July 28, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1938 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE 5 ANNOUNCEMENT I have been appointed as BULK STATION AGENT in Beach for STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS Your patronage will be ~nc!rqly appreciat~" ! ~ /! TRY STANDARD ~JCPRODUCTS We know/tKat you'll be satisfied. / FRED BULDHAUPT Agent LOCALS th Albertec~ Johnson has started work at e Overstad Hardware store cerumen- his new duties on Monday morn- of this week. morning Howard Swift, employed as catcher on lOCal baseball team, left for his in Berkeley, California. While this clean cut young man made large number of friends, who wish well in the future. Mrs, Carrel Weller and baby of Har- Montana, are visiting here at EZximann home, having been here l~st couple of weeks or so. Royal Neighbors will meet on evening, August 3, in ~'.'Willlan~, travelling auditor for Lumber Co., was a bus- in Beach Tuesday even- week. MItLEWS Messers Clarence Overstad, O. E. Griffith, M. L. Walker, and C. G. Peter- son were business callers In Carlyle last Sunday morning. Bertram Piesik was down from Billings Sunday, bringing his dad's new B-cylinder Buick coupe and tak- ing his own car ,back. He was accomp- anied back by Miss Carrie Lurid, who took the train from there to Spokane, after spending several weeks here at her home. 1 I II n B CO MILLI R I - Pete McCabe of Dickinson was up Monday returning Tuesday after trans- acting seed loan business in the county I Mr. and Mrs. Guerdon Algutre, ] Mary Ja~e Alguire and Donald EvansI Were Sidney and 'Glendive visitors on isur~ay. ! I On july 15th Mrs. J. P. Sorenson land three youngest sons returned from 'a six weeks trip which took them first to Denver, then through Kansas and into Iowa. They visited relatives in both Kansas and Iowa, and report that ej'op conditions ate-.lookl~ very good Willis Wallace went to Dickinson onI Word was received from Miss Edith N O I I C E NOTICE Monday of this week where he will fSummers, 1045 Redondo Ave., Long Anyone wishing ~o have a 1937 Ag-1 The Board of Budget Review will transact business and visit friends for lBeach, CaIIf,, that she is now nicely ricultural Yearbook, while they last, i meet at 8 o'clock p. m. on Friday, July a few days. l settled and has already secured em- or any of the 652 Bulletins and Leaf-i29th, 193~ for the purpose of consid- Joe Peplinski and son John were I ployment. Miss Summers left Beach lets prepared by the United States~ering ~.passing on the annual bud- business visitors in Wibaux Sunday. several weeks ago, making the trip by Department of Ag~;~ultlre on a variety I pets~l~ B~ach School District No 3 and John Wentland, Sr. of Dickinson was i car alone Her friends here will be of subjects, is r~es~ed to mail a post- I of the~i' ty of Beach. Such meeting a pleasant Beach visitor Monday. i glad to hear that she is very much card for theist of/available publica-'will bdh~td in the offid~ bf the Watt Johnson returned home the pleased with California and also likes tons or givin~ the ~;}ect about which i" 5~ .... - T" .- . . ~ C t~ ~z~or ana wn~ oe open to me first of the week from his trip to the her new worz. they are desirous ~ obtainin- inf-r s] Twin Cities where he attended a meet- Mrs. Judith Oas and ~laughter Dolly, i mati ............. '~ - .~ __ o - I pUlbl~f ing of Ford dealers. His family, who Mrs. Henrietta Wallce and Miss Na- ! OT u~ Lu. w~ma~n z,emze, Iz~ l-louse ] / CARL HALVORSON had remained in Dickinson, returned omi Black motored to Bismarck Mon-I ~ ice Bldg., W~shington, D.C. I City Auditor. home with them. day afternoon and remained there until : C.F. in both states. ~ Peter ?~huR~g; ~mer-;,~pr~- Mrs A1 Schroeder and son Jerry;Pletor of the Beach Bakery, that he is arrived last week for r-tm-nt~cl" to I~LCh from Dickinson[now located at Brown's Valley, Minn., visit at tl~e homes of her ~ .............. J and would like to have his paper sePt A. E. and A. W. Kastlen. where mey were v~ung a~ me ~oo Nellie Ewalt and Miss Marian Coutts home for several days. to that address. are:now employed at the Park begun work there the first the week. morning Ernest ~orensen left planning to be back end of the week. Janze, local resettlement ad- and his secretary, Miss attended a meeting in last Friday, returning here county nurse, Mrs. Dorothy family, accompaned by Miss motored to Rugby, N. D. afternoon to spend the visiting with Mrs. Orove's M. Doerner left last Thurs- bUs for a two Weeks vacation Twin Cities and with home ; St. Clo~, Minn. Plesik arrived home last week two weeks vacation spent Dark and went on to Bismarck is employed in the Bank of Holler~eck, who is taking at St. Joseph's Hospit to Belllngham, Wash., on evening after a two week's spent with relatives and Brown/of Harley, South Van~ Dewater and S. D.~ J?~ M. Mr. and Mrs..Antert' Mrs. Jess Stm w~e Ervin Brelte~feldt dinner on We~es- ~ahe ocm~n being the r Of" BeverlY:~tenfeidt. ~f the ~k:~ !~[ of the W~ heicl in~: Jdhn's Hgll Kress were Sun- gUeStS at the home of Mr.! Leer~rd Tl~lll. Later intheI, Mrs. Leonard Thfll to purchase a car. ! and Johnny Kliseim- Stopped in Beach Mon-! Sister Mrs. Leonard :i Ladles Aid will be en- at. the home of Mrs. E. C.~: 5th Mrs. Nelson and large crowd attended the! Beach auditorium last evening and report an en- of dancing. The affair ~Y the local orchectra. N. P, W. Will ~Aef tourkt Wedensday to visit friends. Miss Black, who has spent the past several week here~ visiting with the Ted Wall Best Buyof/ the/ N.family returned to her home at V ilton,Dak.' W~'/ / Miss C~xrie Witzlg motored to Het- tinger last Saturday afternoon to spend the week end at the Dr. Fuller MI home. She was accompanied as far as L Dickinson by Mrs. J. C. Butterfield. Miss Ivis Enderle went to Glendive GoodCu Coffee friends.yesterday tO spend a few days visiting 2lb 29 OPPORTUNITY KNOCKS not once C but several times. Be ready to grasp it when it comes. Send for Mankato Commercial College catalog, M~:nkato, The Gee. McClellan buik]ing is re- Minn. ceiving a dressing up this week at the hands of the local painter, Jack Lindt. C. C. "Slim" Clark went to Bis- marck Monday of this week by truck, returning Tuesday evening with two new Moline combines. Monte Austin was in charge of his office during his absence. Rob Wlcka is using a new Case power binder this fall which he pur- chased on Monday of this week from Al Longbottom. Wm. Kiederoski of the St. Philip community was a Beach caller Thurs- day morning. He left that afternoon by car for Laurel, Mont., where he w~ll visit and expected to spend a few days trout fishing before returning to ~tart his harvest operations. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Aschenbrener of ~tdU Salenbeau, Wis., arrived here Sunday for a few days visit at t~e A1 Gilman home in this city. bit. Aschenbrener is a nephew to the Gilmans, and the young couple are newlyweds on the way to Yellowstone Park. Miss Frances Knutson returned last weekend from her two weeks vacation which she spent with her mother at Kalispell, Montana, and resumed her work at the local J. C. Penney store Monday morning. , Mrs. Bessie Welch and Mrs. Cath- erine Howard were weekend visitors in Miles City. Mrs. Patricla Sokoloski is to have a dance at her barn south of Beach this coming Saturday night, July 30th. Last week end Thdo~ ToBtas and son Marvin drove to BemidJi, Minn., where they got Mrs. Tobias and brought her home with them, return- ing to Beach Monday night. Mrs. To- bias had spent the past zour weeks there visiting. ==The News_ received word this we~k DRESS CLEARANCE Every Dress In Stock 1-3 to 1-2 Off Korde laces, crepes, chiffon sheers, Bembergs. Regularly $5.95 and $6.95 Now $3.98 FINETTE FROCKS-- / Smart Styles, New Fabrics// Formerly $7.95 / On Sale for $4.95/ // .... Original La Donna Frocks~- /- Regular Price $12.7~5 Now $7.95; // / i/ i, One Rack~Dresses Reduee/d to $~98 $6.95 and $7,95.Grave! Kmts No~ $3.98 Sdk Boucle Knits reduced from ~12.75 to $7.95 IT'S SALE TIME FOR US AND "SAVE" TIME FOR YOU! Savings not in minutes and seconds, but really worth- while savings in $ and c's Don't Delay--Come In Today! T&T ANNOUNCEMENT Due to the large amount of new equipment, more nurses and helpers ~dded to the staff, the Beach Hospital finds it necessary to announce a slight raise in rates beginning Aug. 1st. Maternity cases will now be $35.00 for 10 days and $3.50 will be charged per day for medical and surgical cases. New Seats--- Air-Conditioned To make a long Tale Short FRIDAY- SATURDAY Saturday Matinee at 2:30 p. m. OVER THE WALL Cast: DICK FORAN, JUNE TRAVIS, JOHN LITEL, DICK PURCELL. The story is good and the acting sincere. Also a Comedy and News Sunday- M0nd: y - Tuesday IO TTE A Freneh Selemtist claims to have discovered that defective teeth are the e~as of baldness. We'd like to bet him a dime eH~alnst the hole ~r' dm/~hnut that defective afibts have been the eau~ of a whole lot of baldness in the/town. Th~ low price that we are/making on u~ed cars make ip to~ble for many to own z car who don't feel able to buy new one. l &.WY OF THESE~ EASILy OWNED .o~r w~-t~rAOT:, Rwr 19'35 I~"ORD rV'8 ~ ~UDOR e~d~~ ~ulpped. ~ ouar~nteed. ,~ ~o go ............... ~z5.oo "flew~ :and' guaranteed . '...~.~ 1~~ ~iZ]g~l,]ff~ OOUI~ cop~ti~. A bargain at ..s~.oe s~ "~ ~s ~o DHOOSE . FROM Johnson Motor Co. Pheme lO l~s~, N~. l}aL Cast: DON AMECHE, ONE SIMON, i ROBERT YOUNG, BERT LAHR. A lively, Also A Y Wednesday- Thursday DON'T FORGET THE CASH DRAWING TOY WIFE Cast: LOUISE RAINIER, MELVYN D~ LAS. Don't miss this late pictUre. ALSO A COMEDY "We pledge ourselves faithfuUy to observe the pro- visions of this Code of Practice..... convinced that Beer is the Nation's Bulwark of Moderation." Wide-spread of Practice follows adoption of Code of Brewers Foundation THE P~BLIC'S response to the adoption of a.Code of Practice by the members of the Brewers Foundation was prompt and lavorable. Ncwspapcr~ ~x~l. ~-vvice groups and thousands of individuals expressml great satisfaction with the brewers' determination to conduct their business in accord with the desire~ and ce~a~ienc of the American public. The Caxie ple4ges the brcwer~ publicly to "support the duly constituted authoritiem in the elimination of anti-sooial conditions wherever they may surround the sale of beer to the consumer." How far we can go, and how soon, )de- pends very much on ourselves... ~ut Iz~cly on you. , / / Public opinion once a~/~sedi:c~m o~rate to bring about honest enfor~er~ of e)[isting laws. Restriction of your patr~gej[mly to legal, respect_able retail o~tlets. ~n H w/H operate to raise retailin~/stande~d~ Public preference f~~ product~ of Foun- dation members, i~ntifled by the symbol reproduced below~will bear wiCne~ of your approval both to members and to cooperating retailers, and will encourage them to reo newcd efforts. UNITED BREWERS INDUSTRIAL FOUNDATION 21 East 40th Street. New York, N. Y. Corres~md~e is invited groups" and indipiduals every~- where wko are interested in the brewing industry and its social re~honsibilities. Z 0