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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
August 10, 1950     Golden Valley News
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THE G LDEN VAL Y NEWS, BEACH, N. D. THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, FALLEN COUNTY FAIR MEET BAKER, MONTANA Fri., SaL, and Sun., August 25-26-27 2 DAYS -- 3 NIGHTS m OPENING AUGUST 25 -- 7 P. M. EXHIBITS LIVESTOCK AGRICULTURAL HOME ECONOMICS FINE ARTS 4-H EXHIBITS FLOWER SHOW ENTERTAINMENT RODEO -- Saddle Bronc, Bareback. Bulldogging, Calf Roping $800.00 -- PRIZES -- RCA APPROVED -- Tooke Bros. Rodeo 9 Cold Blood Races, including Wagon, Shetland, and Old Timers' NrrE SHOW -- Comedy Bike Act, High Tumbling, Trapeze CARNIVAL - S Mammoth Rides - 30 Good Clean Concessions PARADE 12:00 NOON SUNDAY MUSIC -- BAKER BAND ADMISSION ALternoon Evening Outside Gcde SI.00 Grandstand SI.25 Grandstand SI.00 Reserved Seats--- Grand Box Seat SI.50 Stand SI.25 Bleachers 75c Box Seat SI.50 Bleachers 75c Return From Trip-- Mz. and Mrs. John Brettin re- turned last Wednesday from a combined business-pleasure trip to Wisconsin and WIinneapolis. They visited relatives in Eau Claire, Wis., and were guests of Mrs. Esther Chrudimsky in Aniwa, Wis. The children stayed with Mrs. Brettin's sister, Mrs. Ernest Glass, of Hebron. Drives To New England-- Steve Sleight drove .to New England this Tuesday, taking his mother. Mrs. F. S. Sleight. She has been a guest here since ttae middle of July. From Marmarthm Mr. and Mrs. Albert Marion moved their trailer home from Marmarth to Golva recently. Mr. Marion, a Iormer navy man, and a reservist, expects to leave in a very short time to enter the ser- vice again; they have two small daughters. New Home-- Mr. and Mrs. Roy Noyes are remodeling a building, making it into a very attr~ctdve resi- dence; it is located across the road from the Noyes cabin camp and service station operat- ed by their son Russell, who may go back into the service soon. and if he does. Mr. Noyes will take over the management of the place again. Guests From Albany-.- Mr. and Mrs. Julian Peterson and daughter of Albany, Calif.. were guests last week at the home vf Mr. and Mrs. Sofus Hol- the, leaving last Saturday to re- turn home. At Parents Home--- Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kukow- ski and family of Valley City, are visitinff here at the Jim Thill home; their plans are indefinite at this time. but they may re- main in this community. From West Coast--- Visit Brother-- Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dickins~)n Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bruski returned Friday from a trip to and small daughter spent the Portland, Seattle, Spokane, and week end at the home of her Hillsboro. Ore., the latter place brother, Eddie Vukelic and fami- where they visited her father, ly, at Mott. They came through Yellowstone * * park enroute home. ' Hospital Notes S~rgery: Miss Beatrice Wold, Glendive. Montana. General: George Carr; Mrs. J H. /.,an. try; C. J. Cullen; Mrs. Win. Jandt; Sr., Roger Justesen; James Kelly; Mrs. Wilfred Gamroth; Charles Finkle; De- nise Alton; Darrel Vinquist; Master John Marciniak; Mrs Florence Fret~y; Jennie Owens; Edward Schwartz; Mrs. Russell Logan; Nick Maus; Billy Van- rig. Give That Combine and Tractor "A Break", This Fall by Using Mobiloil -- Mobilgrease Mobilgas Mobilfuels. From Oak Park-- Miss Marie Seeley of Oak Park, Ill., arrived here la~ Fri- day evening on the North Coast Limited for a visit with relatives in Beach ,and the Sentinel Butte ruarl community, and left this Tuesday to return to her duties a~ the Northwestern University hospital in Chicago. where she is an X-ray technician. Cattle To Market Ralph Mosser and Lhi~ Wade L~ok a load of Mn';,er'~ :attle to the St. Paul market recently, and t~,ck in a few of the Mghts in the biv town before retu:nin.:: home last week end. I To Missoula-- B" ' , Hhe Kippley left last Wed- nesday for Missoula, Mont., where he is a guest of his sis- ter and husband, the Dick Mac- Dougalls and family; he planned to return this Friday. Home For Week End-- Poachers At Work-- George Bennett, who is now in Herman Bury of the business in Minneapolis, Minn.,community was in town spent the past week end with afternoon of this week and his family here at the home of here informed the News that his wife's parents, the John Keo- and his grandson. Maynard hanes. His wife, the former had run across an antelope Marie Keohane, and two child- and head while picking 'en will j,;in him when they find berries in Bull Run !iving quarters there. Mr. Bury says he has a Western Trip-- ~ood idea whc is doing Leslie Freese and Keith Finkle shooting and plans to be on drove to Spokane last Friday,lookout for any future on a business trip. tions. Unsurpassed For Farm Engines NEW MOBILOIL'S remarkable lubricating qualities were proved conclusively. Its sensational "Triple-Action"-- High V. I., Anti-Acid and Defer- geni Qualities .-. mean unsur- passed protection for tractor, truck and farm engines. You benefit from fewer "inside troubles"---plus long range sav- ings on repairs, gasoline and oill Call 49 For PROMPT COURTEOUS SERVICE SOCONY VACUUM Carl R. Davis, Agent -- Beach, North Dakota To Golden Valley--. EVAN6E~,I.GAL LU'l'~i.k-~~'.:~ Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lang and ~OM baby visited his parents. Mr. and O.L. OLSRUD, Pastor Mrs. Henry Lang at Golden Val- FIRST LtrrMERAN BF..KCH: ley over the past week end. Services at :t a. m., From Ekalaka--- Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Turn- bull and son Larry and Mrs. Spicer of Eka.laka, Mont., arriv- ed in Beach Friday to visit rela- tives over the week end. ] Orgain and Casler mgrs. Open daily from 9 a. m., to 3 a. m. Sunday hours 12 noon to 3 a. m. i O, iie ! Banquets and Luncheons.- Mr. and Mrs. Fay Shepherd were callers in Ollie Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Plummer were callers in Miles City, Wed. Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Wang home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steen and Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Henning Steen and Donald. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berg and children. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Plummer and children, and Mrs. Dulane Wang. Misses Marilyn Johnson and Rosella Schultz of Glendive are conducting Bible school at the Evangelical U. B. church thi~- week. Mr. and Mrs, Rudolph Lutts and Mrs. Carl Rose motored to Miles City Monday, returning home Tuesday'. Miss Wilma New Oliver 12' Pull Type, One Man Controls, Only $2821.00, Delivered. 1~ ~ ~t 9t COMBINES ]941 Case 12 ft., with pickup- $750.00. John Deere 6 ft., with Motor and Pickup - $450. Rose accompanied lhem home and spent Wednesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walker of Alzada, Mont, and Mrs. Ar~i Murpily were callers at the El-t mer Wang home Thursday eve- ning. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Rest and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Ferrel and children, Art and Carl Sather spent Monday at the tta.r- vey Rest home. Mr. and Mrs. Ear] Meyst, For- rest and Sheryle; Bob Pearl of Riverside, Calif.; and Mrs. M. E. Auer of Commanaehe, Mont.. were week end guests of Rev. and Mrs. G. R. Auer. Mrs. Auer and Mrs. Meyst are the mother and sister of Rev. Auer. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fisher en- tertained at a birthday dinner Sunday evening in honor of Tom Fisher and Bert Hudson. Guests included Mr. and Mrs. Dewey l Fisher and sons. Mr. and Mrs. 1 Bert Hudson and Myrtle. MTs, Alvin Hoverson and dau- ghter Kristine of Bozeman ar- rived Friday evening to attend- the funeral services for the late Mr. Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Prouty of arrived Friday for a few days visit at the Charles Shep- herd home. CHURCH NEWS Morning Worship at Alpha. Sunday school a~ 10:00 o'clock. Sunday evening service will be the Daily Vacation Bible School )rogram, 8:00 o'clock. Bible Club Wednesday, 3:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8:00 p. m. Choir practice Thursday 7:30t I p.m. ~VV~VVVVVVV~ SALE[ I have been recall- ed to active duty, and wish to sell my furni- ture and other house- hold goods. Niece, it * ~t it Call For Appointments; we can serve any number. Courteous service always, and fine food, carefully prepared by skilled chefs. GARDEN HALVES -- IN HEAVY SYRUP lge. 50 oz. can 49c theme: "Real Reverence". TRINITY, SENTINEL BUTTE: Ladies Aid this Thursday, 2:~ p.m., with Mrs. Victor hostess. CARLYLE: Services at 9 a. m. DEL MONTE 3 cans $1.45 14 oz. btl. 20c 3 btls. 59c lc SALE -- FAMILY PAK PRICE SALE SURF, 2 lge. pkgs. McGRATHS -- IN TOMATO SAUCE 26c 4 rolls & BEANS. 16 oz. can 7c ZEPHYR -- SIX FLAVORS 3 for 39c FLAP JACK -- MAPLE FLAVOR full quart 39c HI-HO BY SUNSHINE CRACKERS, 1 lb. box 4 cans 25c 25c GRAIN AUGERS 20- 25- 30 and 35 ft. Models USED CARS 1942 Pontiac Sedanet, Radio & Heater -- $475.00 1941 IHC Tonner, Fair Condition-- $350.00. 4t ~r 4 Chrysler Beach, N. Dak. Plymouth IT'S DIFFERENT Woodward Apts. 2 for 75c 29c 12 oz. can 39c 2 cans 75c Quality Merchandise For Levi PHONE 75 Free Delivery. A. M. and P. M. -- Open Till 9 p.m. Sat.