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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
August 16, 1934     Golden Valley News
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PAGE EIGHT THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE THTSRSDAY, AUGUST 16, ADVANCE ADSGET RESULTS LOCAL NEWS M~. and Mrs. L. R. Menke return- ed Wednesday of las~ week from a vacation witt~ relatives of bo~l~ sides of tim family at Heaton, and Valley City, N. D. Tl~ey ret*,~"t farm con- ditiona very much the same as here and the hea~ no lvss disagreeabD. The fire siren Sunday evzning g:;t out of patience from a~:d went off on its own aec2~.'.L ;gvin:~ the fire laddies a chase arouud tl-e town looking for a fire. "Yke siren was given the once over and prom- ised to behave. Mrs. M. P. Lovgren returned to the city from Sioux Falls last week, after a most enjoyable visit. The editor of the Advance has not only withdrawn from member- ship in the NRA. but has also re- signed as county admhdstrator of the body inasmu:n as under present conditions he can see no returns for the cost of memberst,.ip. As a result of t~e small lamb crop ia 1935, coupled with a marked de- crease in hog ~praduetion and a prospective reduction in cattle num- l)ers and c~!le feeding, prices of all meat ani, :a':% including lambs, next year are exp~eted to be materially above present level& BUY THEM AT RED OWL ECONOMY LOW PP, ICES/./ RtlIT JARS BALt or KEI~P, CAMEL'S HUMP ?,,L", and Mrs. Ross Johnstone are the proud parents of a fine baby boy born last Thursday evening in i3each. Mother and babe are doini~ LOCAL NEWS t.~ 3lOVED TO Wl'ff-AtTX i hi:s. B~:a ~i:man, ~i~o opened !'-,,' L.:autv shop t~e~e D, st q,~' h2si { ...... . .... , AEr~ed Opland, owY~er o~ the ~:~:::.'cd he~' bu-:!::ess to Wibalix. 7,~rs. Gamble store l]ere, let{, Sunday i i{il'!l~Ll'l p.ssed her state board ex- night for B:.smarek ~xhere he took~ ami:u'-,tions for Montana some weeks nicely, up hi3 new duties as beer inspector, i ago. Mrs. Kirman is from Wib.:mx M " M -~ h ~, ~'onnold His territory will embrace the dis- and has many friends in that viein- ill anG .lrs d~l i..iV 1-1 . , . ". ~ ~ " cllild~en "le StmLo; xisitolsItric~ oommea onthe east and nortlli ;~,v who wL1 welcome her adv::,nt, ana : we " cm ' " " . . ~ "" N - --d he " }bY the Missouri and on the south}and many in this locality that will and ~,est by the Montana and South be sorry to have her leave. She has Mr. and Mrs, Bud Myers and Jean ~ Dakota state lines. Mrs. Opland been very successful in her beautv attended the ball game in Sentinel~ilI air" v'it ~ ~ * " " { c~ ~ on , t~ the stme hme m~ba~mess he:e bat fee,s that W~b'~ux Butte Sunday. Ihis absep.ce. Mr. Opland expects he Ibeing her home and a great number Henry and George Franzen, Rufus will be able to be home weekends, of her friends residing there, that aacobs and son Oliver were shop- her chances for a permanent bust- ping in town Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Kirkpatrick 5r.. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Blum and two children and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brier and children were guests to dinner Sunday at the Howard Van Horn home. Mr. and Mrs. John Berg motored! to Beach Sunday. Johnny Honnold has been puttingi up hay over to Norman Haugse's part of last week. Mrs. Ho~.mold and children accompanied him on Thursday to spend the day with t~Mrs. Haugse. Mr.s Irvin Heisley and daughtej's, Mrs. Gill Waguer a: and Mr. and Mrs. baby came were visiting last week home, Mrs. P~oss Johnstone and Mrs, Fred Nell. both patients ill ~he Beach hospital, enjoyed as guests Tuesday. Mrs. Louie Hovland, Mrs. Paul Wagner and Mrs. Carl Eng- lund, all of Sentinel Butte. Dickinson is no longer a stop for the mail planes going east and west, so. if you want to travel that way, you will have to take the p'.ane zt Glendive, and afV:r a while you will probably have to go to Mandan t or Miles City to take a mail planeI to distant parts. Mrs. Metcalf and Mrs. Kramer npxn!s\and were down from Trotters }~Ionday Dakota 'l~nd doing son:e shopping. They report of days tl~is no crops in their section nor much farmer's daughte~s!of~, anything else, a story all too ard Van Horn an~toften told. Wagner left on Sat~ ~~ ~a where sh~ Mrs. aens Gronning was up from l~l who is em~ Alpha Monday and had a finger also visited a| lanced and dressed, she having run a needle through the member, the wound festering. home here. last dut home have a family. Ralph tinel Butte as boy. and Mrs. and to ach Saturday. Jr. and Mrs. Horn to Beach Sat- Mrs. Robert Blum and children from near Wibaux who have been visiting a couple of weeks at the Charles Kirkpatrick home, returned home with them. Rueben and Russell Hayward and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Middleton from Beach motored to George Franzen's Sunday to go phun picking. They stopped .at the Ray Brier home but found nobody home. Be~ter luck next time. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Larson from Minnesota came on Wednesday to visit at Mrs. Larson's aunt's home Mrs. John Honnold Sr., and family. Lay In a Supply for Canning ::I~L~. CLO~M BA~ 6,~,~ At The~e Saving Prl~e~ .... 100 I.B~ $5,98 TO CHICAGO RAPE JU|(E '+'ROYAL PO~Pt.E",,,:.,,~ 9.**..,. Us. ~ {)t. 31g Bradley Tillotson left today for Om&JjlvM.~i.Owi6'~lell' Bottle Chicago where he will take a posi- PANCAKE FLOUR 4,,,,,'* z~,. O,g.. GOLDEN SYRUP " "m,,:K's" RIVER BRAND RICE " POST TOASTIES CORN FLAKES ~ z*,-v,'~,,,' BLACK FLAG ou,c co.""' 39" +iu Rib o Mat+$9" .+ .+" / 23' $, 2 19, 5 19, 15, 15+ tion until the; opening of the fall term of school at Chicago Univer- sity in the Rush Medical School. Upon the completion of his medical course Bradley will go into partner- ship with his father, Dr. Bradley Tillotson, who is practising in Chi- cago. Bradley has spent the sum- mer here with his mother after com- pleting a year at the N. D. A. C. a~ Fargo. LOCAL NEWS Mr. Gates. Ford zone man. was in the city Saturday visiting Watt Johnson. I Mrs. Elmer Benson and two littleI girls, of (Mendlve, were guests lastI Tuesday of Mr. and Mrs. RobertI Millay, Tuesday evening Mr. Ben-] son came down and spent the eve-] ning, later that night taking his] family back to Glendlve. Wat~ Johnson made a fast trip to Bismarck last Thursday on busi- ness. going down and back the same daY. According to Braastreets com- mercial agency, 95 percent of all business failures are non-advertis- ~rs. Think it over. Mrs. E. A. Wieting entertained a friends last Friday at luncheon and cards in honor of lmr guest, Mrs. Adam Farts of Minneapolis. Mrs. Farts left to continue her trip last Monday. Dr. and Mrs. O, R. Niece returned the last of the week from Butte where they have been visiting the Samsels. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dickinson and daughter Helen returned from their visit east the end of the week. C '$I000 / YEAR CONTEST -- ENXl:'~ SOAP - '' EACH. .3 .25C OR+ CA IVOR GUE T CHI SO pAHD ~ [R[Sfl "o"o. 85C SEEDLESS 2+,.21C T. E. Hudson and nephew. Mr. [ACH 5C Altick of Osage, Ia.. who has been visiting at the Hudson home the past week, left Thursday for Co- lumbers, N. D., to attend to business 4+,25C. _+.+ Mrs. Jessie Kinsey returned Fri- day night from the east where she IOHATO[S .o.,+o.+,R+,,.+. 3 ,.27C CUCUHi][R8 "+'++ Slicing APPLES w+,,,,..+, Best for tasty Sauce & Pies ' has been viMting relatives and r++ since June 1st, part of her vacation time being spent in Minneapolis, in Sioux Falls and the latter one of the Minnesota lakes. ItARV[$T QU[[N $1:AD Large Loaf ' Sliced or unslfed ......... oRD ' ' WE ACCEPT FEDERAL RELIEF EI~ Miss Bernice Otremba was a vis- in town from Alpha the last of the week. ADVANCE ADS GET RESULTS JOHN F. HALBKAT, Mgr. BOB ALTON, Asst. Mgr. Captain South and Lieutenant l Hanson of the Medora COO camp' were Beach visitors for a time Sat- urday morning. The C. O. Halvorsons are back ~rom a delightful vacation at the old imme in Iowa and other places, stopping for an outing at Detroit Lakes on their way. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Hudson and ~::~ ",,mtmy, left Tuesday morning by c:tr for the Twin Cities, Osage, low ~, t'nd tlle World fair at Chi- :'.