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Beach, North Dakota
August 2, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THE N. ADVANCE THURSDAY, AUGUST 2, 1954 $/zes 14 to 46 A T CLEARA SPECKEEN'S Printed voiles, 15c yard. 80-square 5c yard, STRA W HATS as low as 38c Ladies summer hats, your choice only 49c L U- SMTOSPIt[R[BI00Nt LOCAL NEWS This Year Will Evergreen Park i~fflnning at 10 A~ M. Picnic, Too. The St, l~ul's Lutheran congrega- t/on of this city will observe its an- nnal M/uton Festival next Sunday. While in former years this has been d mte at the church, this year the services wLU be held at Evergreen l~k. 8eating has been arranged a large number of attendants, and the ~n invites any and all of l~ friends to attend throe have been of Pastors Montana, and Both Dr. are very very able subject wm preach m. and Dr. Eaausler at will be no dinner bring their the congregation anyone bring their kittenball and bat for durl~ the noon after the afternoon serv- that the weather for- satherlng at Evergreen will be held at the ~iven above. IS-It. Seethe IOA store for all Contfnued from page one) areas, Roosevelt allocated $15,000,000 m~sd and plant- operations,. of to be planted, for tech- for fencing, and the work The earl- project will percent of this pre- according to work, side ~ on'the west. It run almost in a the southern Texas explana- be tra- planted in by the ffov- Some of (CofittnUed from page one) they had bttsled themselves with attempting to land their balloon. It was 6:48 a. m. when the balloon left Moonlight Valley in "the heart of the Black Hills, a depression 500 feet deep, surrounded by massive rock walls, and when the balloon was partially inflated Its top nearly reached the. top of the canyon walls. The great bag was only one-third filled with gas as the heat of the sun and lighter atmosphere would expand the gas to fill the bag w'hen in the stratosphere regions, and when the structure arose It looked ffke a huge question nmrk, filling out as it ascended. At noon the temperature inside the great ball in which rode the passengers was 58 degrees below zero. It was 5 p. m. when what was left of the great outfit landed in a corn field 12 miles from here. The fall- ing balloon was followed by air- and autos containing army other officials wl~ were at the landing almost as soon as the gon- dola buried itself In the ground. The ground officials had been kept posted by radio as to progress of the flight and of the details of the harrowing dement. An In, heine parachute, attached to tlYe'Eondola to ltEhten the crash should It fall, failed to open, other- wise th~ valuable records might have I~een saved. LOCAL NEWS WIR Funk, o~ Hebron, N. D., s brother of Harry Funk of Golva, has bought, the George Burris beer par- lor. C~orge has not decided as yet just what hl~ future plans are. Miss Helen Stadum. who has been visiting at the home of Louis Od- land expects to leave for her home at Sioux Falls next Sunday morn- Ing, Rev. P. A. Gisvold and family left Monday morning by car for Ada and Rushford, Minn., where they will visit friends and relatives dur- ing Rev. Gtsvold's vacation. Mrs. E. A, Nyman, Mrs. T. E. Hud- son, Mrs. Basil M~gee, Mrs. C. O. Carlson and Mrs. Bradley TLilotson left Saturday morning for a tour through the Black Hills, returning Monday night. While there theY ran across the Girl Scouts twice and were greeted lith wild acclaim by them. The. ladies also, while in Deadwood ran across Rex Miller who w~ ~own with MarJorie and the Bra~eys that far. See our new line of Potter-Moore toiletries. Rice Drug store. 13-1t. ing the scenery. Rex Miller and fMararjorie went with the Bradleys as as Deadwood where they all stopped to say "Hello" to the Girl Scouts camping there Mot~day. Rex and his wife drove on through the Hills while Dr. BPs~[ley stayed in an endeavor to bring back a whale, They all. expect to be gone a week. Miss Leone N1stler, who was oper- ated upon at Dickinson about two Weeks ago for a ruptured aPpendix~ was taken back to the hospRa~ Monday morning in a very low con- dition. It is feared that leaving' the hospital too soon after so serious an operation may have resulted in per- ltonitis with disastrous results. The many friends of Miss Nistler ain- eerely hope that she will be able to pull through this and soon be on her way to recovery. Miss Marie Zieisdorf and MM Oladys Fahlstrom returned from their trip to the fair at Chicago last Friday, They report a glorious time during their week there arid state that the exp~ttlon is a beautiful and interesting thing to see. George Nelson was injured last week while working on the h~hway, spending a few days in the hospLtaL Miss MarJorie Fuller is laid up with a case of tonsllitis contracted while on the Girl Scou~ trip last week. / spec on t's toothpaste, 2 tubes for Sac. ~Re Drug store. 13-1 Mrs. Lottle EMthaway of Denver, Colo., came the first of the week for a visit at the Odiand and Wood- ward homes here. She expects to spend about a month in Beach. Mrs.~C. Knutaon and Frances are enjoying a visit with Mrs. Knut- son's sister, Mrs. Henry Johnson and a friend, Mrs. Acker, of St. Paul. The ladies arrived Monday night and after a little visti here Will leave about the first of the week for the Park and Idaho. Mrs, Knutson will accompany them on this trip. MISs Hollis Golllet is now on va- cation from her duties as nurse at the Beach hospital She is at home helping to entertain her brother and family from Chicago who are now v tZtting here, at the Oolliet home. M l, lde is the plaee ~ss Hollis Oolllet, while t~ latter is on her vacation, at the Beach hospital, When in need, Of #nerware, vis- it our Furnltur~ l~t, We are sell- ing a good grad~,~o~ white ware cup for 9 cents. A. Gverstad & Son.- 13-1 Mrs. Guy Lovell is recuperating after her operation at the Beach hospital at the home of h~r broth- er, Henry C. Thoemke. Mrs. Lovell is gradually improving much to the pleasure of her friends. Combining has started throughout the Golva region but is not very successful, the yield only atoning ~bout four or five bushels to the acre in winter wheat. What there is of it seems tO be of fair quality. Emrus Lloyd, who will be remem- bered here, was in the city from Saturday to Monday visiting at the Marshall Mffler home. ,-He was with ~hree other boys who were on their way home to Hollywood, Callfon~ia after a slght-seeing tour and the ~air at Chicago. Mrs. Clara Moulton and Stuart are now in Beach vla~tin~ at the home of the Jess Hougens. They came down from Gran~i Forks last ~turday and expect to stay until harvesting is done. Many local baseball fans are going to Dickinson next Sunday to see the double header games between Dickinson and Bismarck, North Da- kota's outstanding ball teams of the year. The first game starts at 2 Inn The interior of the bakery is being repl~ where the old stuff had The weather these days is great for harvesting, but that is about all one can say for it. One of the best trees for shode beauty and freedom from borers and oL~er pests is the silver maple. It does well in this climate and grows rapidly. Rex Gilman was struck down and ser~usly hurt last Saturday even- L,~ when a truck ran into him cut- ring two deep geshes in his head. Rex was delirious for three hours afterward and was taken to the Beach hospital for treatment, He is now getting along nloly. Joseph Easton is in the hospital here with an Infected foot, received from a rusty nail. Mrs. M. O. Wallace and daughter Marian, left the first of the week for International Falls, Minn., Duluth, Minn., and LaCrosse and Norwalk, Wise., and the fair at ChiCago. There they expect to meet another daughter, Mrs. Ctwendolyn Murphy of Washington, D. C. From there they will then go to Washington to make Mrs. Murphy a visit. return for Beach On School Below we publl~ a little poem by-----M'rs. Madge Bond Ashmore of Bls-] THE CHURCHES marck. Mrs. Ashmore writes that she lived in Beach some years ago ] ..... - - ---- - ..... when the region was going through another dry spell, and that she gets/ CONGREGATIONAL homesick for a sight of Sentinel Butte, her niece, Mrs. Joe Weinreis and~ '"the Friendly Church" other old friends, all of whom, no doubt, will enjoy reading a poem in- Rev. C. G, Elllnffer, Fastor spired by a recollection of that dry spell now many years in retrospect. The poem follows: A Remtnkcense In the land of the Dakotas "Listless Moon" is come again: August In this broad high country is a month unblessed by rain; Hot winds stir the wings of morning, and the evening drops no dew, Heavens are brass and the earth reflects them and a drought broods o'er the plain. Streams run low with drowsy murmer that in June did rush and roar; G~ttle moan as did the bison in the thirst cursed days of yore, When angry SOn God of the Red Man yearly punished him for sins~ Shot the prairie with heat arorws, scorched the grass upon its floor. Deep in meadows burn the lillies, but the blue bells cease to toll; Grains grow crisp, even buck-brush withers as the heat waves o'er it roll; Air is breathless, lifeless, laden with oppressive sifting dust,- And its deadness weights my spirit and its dust is on my soul. .., .' JUMMENT FOR $240 In Judge Stoddard's court last Monday Judgment was granted Art Smith in the sum of ~40 against Jos Svacha and Dewey Hughes for toss of six head of cattle. It ap- pears that the defendants spread a large quantity of hopper poison in a place where Smith's cattle got It and died therefrom. It was not charged the spreading was done with malicious intent, but through carele~uess. NOTICE TO TF.~MBS Examinations for ~E~ement ary Certificates w~ be he, Fin my office on Thursday 4nd ~ay, AuEust 9th and 10th, berg at 8:30 A, M. and 1:30 P. M~. JOHN W. WENTLAND, Co. Supt. Don't miss, thin'sale at the IOA store. ~s#~t~reulars. ~lg-lt CIRCULATE PETITIONS FOR SUNDAY MOVIF~ Petitions for initiation of a law to permit Sunday movies in North Dakota have been.placed in circula- tion. Operation would be permitted after 2 p. m. Sunday under the pro- posaL A similar measure was defeated by only a few hundred votes in the special election less than a year ago. If 10,000 signatures are obtained on the petition, the measure will go in the November election ballot. The petition is being very general- ly s~ned here. NEW POSMSTER Just as we go to press it is report- ed that Paul Wagner has been ap- pointed postmaster a t Sentinel Butte, vice E, R. Kennedy, acting postmaster. A WAL'T AD in ~ Advance will pay YOU b~ dividends. GET INTHE PARADE Get along ~1' mule, Git up in front; Start the parade And do your stunt. Olt your turban on your head, Paint your hoofs carmine red; Look at me, you long-eared mule, Don't go acting like you're dead; (/it in the march of modem school, And paint your toenails flaming red. ~"GTouch" Hartman in Sioux Olty Live Stock Record. HAS FINE FLUMS H. A. Bury made our mouth water Monday by bringing tn "for inspec- tion" a branch of a plum tree about ten inches long but having eight plums on it. Friend Bury says he has about 45 trees of three varieties of plums, each tree loaded down to the ground with this choice fruit, not to mention a number of real apple trees mixed in between, but he spoilec~ it all by saying he kept a bull dog around the orchard at night. At any rate he says it's no trouble at all to grow tame plums like these, but he never lived in town where young America is just as fond of green plums, as ripe ones, not to mention neighbors who have a knack of canning green fruit miraculously. Some day all our farms will have tame fruit, for it can be done with even a modicum of care and ex- pense. INTERESTING On the first page will be found a column headod '"rhe Week In Bismarck," This is a summary of state affairs news taken from daffy papers and the Associated Press re- poras, and is for the information of those who care for news g~thered by those sources, and those who~ do not tak~ the daffy papers. Advertisements are your pocket-. book editorials. The message at the II a. m. serv- ice is the "Twenty-third Psalm." This message is based on the "song of Our Syrian Guest." This mes- sage is very helpful in times like these. Music by the choir. SENTINEL BW~rF_~- Morning worship at 9:45 a. m. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH W. B. Nelson, Pastor 10:15 a. m. Unified service of wor- ship and Bible study. Sermon: "The churches responsibility in this time of trouble," 8:00 p. m. Evening worship. Ser- mon: "A Church for this day." 3:00 p. m. Service at Trotters. Thursday evening at 8 p. m. pray- er service and Bible study. M.~~ ~amest V. May, Milkier Church school, 10:00 a. m. Worship, 11:00 a.m. Sermon' "The Christ of the Indian Road." ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN IL J. Trinklein, Pastor Sunday, August 5th: Mission Festival at Evergreen 10:00 a. m. Speaker, Pastor M. ~udwig. 2:00 p. m. Speaker, Pastor A. Klausler. No Sunday school" on this date. ORDER OF MASSES St. John's Church, Beach, N. D. 1st Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 8:30 a. m. 4th Sunday, I0:00 a. m. St. Michael's, Sentinel Butte, H. D, 1st Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 2nd Sunday, 8:80 a. m. 3rd Sunday, 10:00 a. m. 4th Sunday, 8:30 a. m. Wm. Fred Hake, Pastor. MAI{KETS Wedm~l~ Neon Northern Wheat .............. $ .90 Winter wheat ................. ~5 Durum wheat ................. ~7 Flax ......................... 1.62 Rye ........................... 56 Barley ........................ 40 Oats ......................... Butter ........................ 18 Eggs (in trade) ................ 10 Cream ........ sweet, ~c; sour, 20c Sensational Harvest Spechis FI~IT JAR 4c GALVANIZED ...... 79 FARMERS 59c 49e 8-1NCH 37c 2-BURNER $4.79 59c OUR OWN 39c Get our 50 FEET 4-QT. ICE ROPE ....... 59c ..................... $3.69 50 FOOT SISAL CLOTHES LINES ..................... 8e ---O--- ALL THE ABOVE PRICES SUBJECT TO STOCK ON HAND F ~O~ A.Overstad&Son HARDWARE -" FURNITURE -- UNDERTAKING CLASSIFIED ADS RATES--Two cents a word fOr. ffl~ insertion; one cent a wor~ each: succeeding issue. No ad, accepte@ for leas than 25 cents. These ad~ are cash. FARMERS ATTENTION ! Have a few luzed ~dwin COm- bines for sale ~ ion"prices. Liberal: terms. Call orate O. ~L. EVJE Beach N.D. ll-4t~ FOR SALE sA z - Mo el, ord; coach. Rece~tly~0qerhauled. New' tires. Good |f~flsh. Sacrifice a~ cash. Inquir~Fat this office. 1~-1t. FOR SALE--HouseholdS/fur nishings~ .including good~ di~ room suite, and day ~ Inquire Style Shop. . FOR SALE--~ne 1926 ~evy coupe in good running ~er. Sell fo~' $50 cash. Wal~ Turner, lyle. 18-1p~. and two color, at,'t~ne Ad.vance Of-- flee. l-M~. ,,, , ; MI~EOU8 LEARN AUTO trictty & tmtu~ ing. Free . HANSON AU~ TO & ELEC. SOHOOL, Fargo, N. D~k. ~pt-1~ We carry w~. Rice store. Bundles of old for sa~. cheap. l~lsslonaa'y BUyS 124/~h-ls To; Save Them From Slav~. An ~- cle About Llfe~noj~Ithe Bmhm~- of Northern l a/#mal~, in The, Amerl, nm We~y, the Malrasane~ DistribUted With NEXT SUND&Y'8;" CHICAGO HERALD AND EXAM-. INEE. W~Bo~k~ and roomers, Mrs. M. N~ter, Beach. ll-~t WANT TO WANTED "I~ ing. Will once. Chax-- lie Allen. 13-2P. Rome Bars Arch~ologlsts Few towns of republican Rome have bees excavated by archeoIO~- ists, b~cause most of these towns stood en favorable atta~ used by successive inhabitants down to to- F. T. Reynolds Co. Car of Ca..m Fruit Direct rom Growers. Carload prices Don't Miss This Alberta Fancv Crab Apricots, Italian Large Dakota Maid 95c 49 lbs.... 25 Lbs. Sugar, extra fine ...... $1.49 Schilling's Coffee ............. 3Ic Car of Cotton Cake in this week! Binder Twine On Hand. Phone Us -:- Phone 75 WE DELIVER FREE