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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
August 4, 1938     Golden Valley News
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The stallio$ he lost was a valuable horse and we iare sorry :for Mr. Paterson in l~s los~. Martin Ueckert lost a good hors,e an~t a num- ber of others have lost soixle. '\It seems to attack the best ones and' ague makes no difference, There are rriajW sick over the county. ~i~, Theodore Kunicl~, has combined his and Vincent Volesk~:s crop. The hail stm,~n of ~1~lly 26th did con- siderable damaile to t~e crops and gardens in Sadd~ Butt&vicinity. The corn was badly bit too. \~ Congratulations to Mr3~ and Mrs. Lyle Baker on the arrival~ of a little[ daughter born to them on July 25th at the Beach Hospital. IIl&llaUt~ilR~lMl~Wllll~Wmll~llJiUBlt~m~ GARNER Mrs. T. Wosepka and Dorothy, Mrs. E. Shoen and Mrs. Fred Wassm~un attended the Birthday Club at ~lth Carew's home Thursday. George A,skin of Baker was a visitor at Shoen's Sunday. Mrs. F. Sehmeling~ c~dreni at- tended the Birthday ~ub at A~pha Thursday. Henry Strowe arrived ~ursday ~rom Minneapolis for a visit w~th his sister Mrs. Lewie Drewniak. Bill Burns Jr, of Wtbaux is visiting this week with Rodney Shoen. the S. L. White home. Miss Margaret Ziebarth went to Sentinel Butte Saturday to spend a few days with her friend Mrs. Eddie Cook. Arthur Marquardt arrived from Bottineau Friday and will help with , the harvest on the J. K. Toft farm. The Alpha birthday club was enter- tained by Miss Edith Carew/Thursday afternoon. There was a large turn out lot members. Election of officers was , held as follows: President, ~%~iss Edith Carey and Sac. and Treas,, Mrs. Nick Gamroth, A dainty lunct~ was served The next meeting will be xith Mrs. T. A. Wosepka (~n August l!th. Mr. and MrS. Jens Oronning were Beach visitors ~riday.~ Mrs. Hilda It~aSotta and daughters were supper gusts at the L. L. Nunn home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. tl McNeil and son of Wolf Point, Mont:} spent Sunday and Monday with Mrs.~ McNeil's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. E. McManigal and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bury were Carlyle visitors Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Art Underwood and Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Orstad were Beach callers Saturday. ImW~Rmmm~Em~l~~ml SENTINEL BUTTE B NN ~mmm~~ O IE VIEW Mr. and Mrs. Hugh BoltoP. and faro- _ . lly and Mr. and Mrs: Charles Rackel l~'red Buldhaup~ of Beach was a bUSi- I visited folks at FallGnl ]~Iontana on ness caller in Bonnie View Mndaylsaturday and Sunday. ' morning, t Mrs. Lois Grimes is enjoying a visit Mr. and Mrs. Leo Neils0n and family t from her brother who arrived two and Mr. and i~s. Olaf Abraham and lweeks ago and a sister from Minne- family were Beach visitors SaturdaY iapolis w-ho arrived Sunday ~" nEsPO~t~ohaa ~ahe:d u~r~ienkain ~ephpl:Yawr ~eil ! ~mt~r ~y:n ~'itis~ ~wtae~aid n e: ~, George Wosepka and Be~ard Dixon Jack Still is assisting George and went to Savage Mont Moi~day Kermit Still during combining. Mrs. Clyde Takett and two children COMPANY AT GILBERT'S Mrs. E. H. Messerschmidt of Ta- coma, Washington, who has been vis- iting her mother, Mrs. Laura Gilbert left lariday by train for her home. H. G. Lattin of T~coma, a nephew of Mrs. Gilbert who was also visiting there, returned at the same time. t- Why different Colors make you sick or well The Prince who kidnaped his own C4adereilg. Two of the many In- terenting features in The American Weekly, the Ma4gaztne distibuted with next Sunday's Herald and Examiner. Mrs. Ruby Klpp of Bsmarck was here over the weekend visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. T.] Piesik. NOTICE TO BATHERS The services of a Life Guard at theI dam west of the city have been dis-! continued, and since tOe water is deem- I ed unfit for bathing, ~hose desiring to" bath therein are doing~o at their own~ risk. ! By order of the City Council. 1 C. O. HALVORSON, City Auditor. left for Cheyenne, Wyoming Monday. Harold Higlin and Bernard Dixon DiscOunt On JOHN, DEEREr Repair Pa~s I am disposing Of the former Eliason John Deere Stock at a Reduced Price Sawyer Hdwe THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS World Clock Tells Time Anywhere attended the bMl gam~ at Sidney on Sunday. Mrs. Hill of Duluth, Minn_ is en- joying a viist with her daughter, Mrs. Paul Wyckoff and family. Mrs. Essen Messerschmidt left for home in Washington after a month's visit at the home of her mother and brothers, Mrs. Yred Gilbert. Clifford and Harold. W. J. Dixon was a Be~ch ~aller on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. John Ratht)un and Mrs. Hugh Bolton and children at- tended the show in Beach Wednesday evening. Harry Gilbert of Glendive visited in Sentinel Butte on Wednesday. THURSDAY, AUGUST 4, 1938 Rose Theatre Glendive, Montana Air Conditioned-- ALWAYS COOL[ Matinee Sat. - Sun. 2 p.m. ONLY 10c ...... 40c THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY Open Your Heart To a Truly GREAT ADVENTURE! YOU GET IT 48-HOURS FRESHER !( WEL,ING A T ALL WORK GUAR4NTEED NO JOB TOO BIG--NONE T~ SMALL" Arc and Acetylene Welding by a Factor~ Trained and Ex- perienced Welder ,~ DAHL'S S"OP~, WIBAUX, MONTANA W ~BEACH LOAF Our Bread Is Made With Tile Best Ingredients and so is our ROLLS-- COOKIES-- DOUGHNUTS TRY IT TODAY! SUN LITE BAKERY Beach, North Dakota DURING THIS HOT WEATHER GOLDEN VALLEY HARVESTER / COMPANY C. C. Clark, Prop. Beach, N. D. See Me Before Buying Elsewhere Shows at 7-9 p. m. MATINEE Sat. 2 p. m. 1 Prison Twine On Hand Twin City 4-Plow and 3-Plow ENGINES ' - ADDED! - "HOLD IT" "The Man Behind The Mask" Paramount News J SUNDAY-MONDAY/-TUESDAY The fascinatin', syncopatin"~ons of swing swingin" the trail from hunger to fame at Hollywood's glamorous afterdark spot, the Cocoanut Grove 'HE BEST MUSICAL OF 1938 brings you these hit tongs: "Says My Heart", ,,Dreamy Hawaiian Moon" and "You Leave Me Breathlessl" SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION! "AOLLY~OOD SCREEN TEST" EVERY DETAIL FROM START TO FINIS, REVEALED BEFORE YOUR EYES Latest MIDNITE SHOW Shows At News 7-9:05 SATURDAY--II:30 P. M. FOR SALE CHEAP US[l) TRACTORS where he has employment, i i The W. J. Burns family o~ Wibaux 'were Sentinel Butte visitors ~turday night. i Mrs. Joe Brekenridge ar::.ved from Idaho and is visiting at the parental home. r ( I ~: ~,~;~ h TO SHOUT ABOUT! ~~~'/ FredJ .... d M,key...St .... ~ Captoin, l I ~~2.~':::::;;',;:::, ! Whether it's midnight in Miami or high noon in Nanking, this world rI 'tloek will tell it. With eight hands and two sets of numbers on {he faee, it tells time all around the world. It was made by Prof. Hirsh Yankelwitz, Russian scientist now living in Miami. Sentinel ~::i~ :~ : : ~ Archie Levin arrived in Tuesday and l But',e from the west coast ,oonoe ,o ou O*i BARIHOmMEW ROONEY town. FREDDIE MICKEY Mrs. Win. Burhans arrived Friday ~1~ from Omaha, N(braska, and is visit- ing at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Randal Thompson. She visited in i 'Sentinel Butte Saturday. i i The Alvin Van Eaton family have! moved their trailer house td Fryburg