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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
August 17, 1939     Golden Valley News
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August 17, 1939
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PAGE EIGHT THE GOLOEN VALLEf NEWS THURSDAY, AUG. 17th, of the country. I was chosen as the delegate from Billings county to go to this camp. I left Medora Wednesday morning, August 2. Vernon Thompson took me to Belfield where I was picked up by 1@le curry, extension agent for Mco Kenzle county. On our way we picked up two more delegates from Stark county, one at Dickinson and another at Antelope. We arrived at the ~l~t- erie River Park that evening about and gave a demonstration in which I got to operate a spade. i In the afternoon delegates gave talks ion c~,nservation and the twelve best ones were selected to make a recording. I was one of the fortunate enough ones to get to put some questions and ans- wers on a record. The recording will be played over KFYR at 1:00 o'clock mountain standard ttme on Saturday, August 12. Mr. and Mrs. Jake Kingsley and family of Baker were Sunday visitors at the Wm. Carew hhne. Oregon arrived at the A. F. Irons home Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harpster from Sundey evening for a visit with re- latives and friends. Miss Margaret Ziebarth was cora- l plimented Sunday afternoon when Mrs Mildred Nunn entertained for her at a bridal shower at the A. J. Zlebarth o'clock. Sunday we had breakfast at the home. Over fifty guests were present camp after which we sang hyms. We iRefreshments were served and Miss As soon as we arrived we Were ~.p- th .e.n checked in.all of our equipment, Zlebarth received many nice gifts. posed to register at the o~nc~.., m~_ aria suppaes and returned home. ( A large crowd attended the Alpha owlng to the late hour we were a~low~ By Willlam Conway Bir~dav club warty e T A We _ , _ ...... =____. at th . - to wait until after suPlz~ before we Secretary of the Elkhorn 4-H sepka home Thursday ~ternoon. A were required to register. On our pro.- Club. In ice lunch was enjoyed and the after- 6:30, but owing to me ~n ma , ~"' l __------------ some of the delegates had to travel,I llil nnmnnln Ill ill II ) Vern~ ~heffer,----"~who has been em- the time was e~de~.. After sup.peri R~NN'I~,VIEW )ploy~ at Terry, ~on~,d~the was over we ~rea aria recetvea, "-''~-"-"~ "'~'-~. .. . ',l',r nllln nl Ill n n nun summer returned to her home near our cots and were a~mtgnem r~ our ~ ......... Ins. We were ~ given a ~i Misses Clara Mlske and Ellen Sch- Carlyle Saturday. examination. After a ~hort evenin$ auer, who are employed in Beach spent program we went to bed. The next day we were aroused at 6:30 by a loud blMt on a whistie which was operated by Mr. Hsn7 Rmi~, State 4-H club leader. We quickly rol- ld out and when they yelled "osme and get it" the thirteen boys in our cabin were right on the first line. Before and after breakfast as with all other meals we were required to sin& The singing was enjoyed by most of the girls and some of the boys. After breakfast we strai~tened out our cots before we returned for the days program. When we got to the ma~ gathering place we were divided into three group~. I was in group num- ber three which was led by I~arry Graves of Fargo and J~ld~e Thompmm of Lisbon. We were herded off Into the trees surrounding the park and were told to closely observe what was going on about us. We learned to iden- tify the trees of that region and to know poison ivy by its three leaf for- mation, It was hard to find any pol- son ivy beause it had been cleaned out the year before. By the time the trip was over it was time for dinner. In the afternoon we were given lectures by Prof. Stevens. Judge Thompson and Harry Graves. At 4:45 we went swim- ming and at 6:30 we ate supper. The second days we went on a field trip which took us in the sand hills t Sunday at the l~xs home. = Mr. and Mrs. Jack ~allahan and son Roger of Beach ware visitors at the 'Jack Still home Sunday. Mrs. Ca~la- han and Roger recently returned from I~ ~, WIS., where they spent most of the ~Ammer. Roland Zeltar Is now employed at the Irving Oordon f~,~n. He returned to Beach about two weeks ago from Dickinson where he attended school this summer. Merton Still had the misfortune to cut his foot with an axe last week, but is getting along all right at the present. UNITED BRETHREN Herman Grove, ~Jnister Sunday, August 20th. Unified service 10:15. Rev. Roy Bos- serman will preach. Prayer meeting Wednesday 8 p. m. E. C. Kinney, leader. W. M. A. Thursday, 2:30 p. m. at tl~ church. Queer reasons why Brides go b~k home to Mother! Indoor Mounta/n Climbing! Two of the many Interesting features in the Ameresin Weekly, the Magagine distributed with the SUN- DAY CHICAGO HERALD and F_~- THOHP$ON;$ FOOD, MARKET We Deliver Phone 55 fiARV[$T BARGAINS Vinegar, p~re apple cider.., gal. 21c I t t nut Fruit Pectin .. 2 pks. 19c tMr. and Mrs. P. V. Moore and dau- ghters were Sunday visitors at the Eraest Moore home. We received a wonderful rain Wed- nesday night and Thursday. It will be )wonderful for feed crops and gardens. However, it held up threshing opera- tions for a few days. Mrs. Carrie Sperry and Mrs. Stevens entertained the South side aid at the home of Mrs. Sperry on Wed- nesday, August 2. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. MoOre and dau- ghters were Wednesday evening guests at the J. F. Crook home. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Metealf and the J. F. Crook family and Oeneese Om- Icy (were Beach visitors on l~'iday. Oeneese remained in Beach for a while to visit the Hodstns. Mrs. Ralph Mosser's sister and her three ch~dren are visltin~ at the Ralph Mossor home. Phone Your News to 39 SPECIAL NEW TASTE HOT THRILL ! ! ! DOGS Cooked by Electricity from inside and Served with our Special made Hot Sauce ORDER A HOT DOG TO-DAY! COZY CAFE Found- Found Where QUALITY Merchandise is Sold At Lowest Prices Pork & Beans, Van Camp s, 4 cans 19c Syr p 10 lb. p !1 G ld ,'B 47 u , - 3 , o,i, enl_ est" c Oxydol, reed. large size ......... 1% m u Palmolive Soap, 3 bars for ....... 14e "You Know the Brand" I Old Dutch Cleanser ............. 7c RED 49-1b. For Thrifty Baking -~'~' ........ Farmdale Flour, 49-1b. bag ... .'DIXIE" MILD, MELLOW AMERICAN CHEESE 2 , Cutt!ng Box WHEATI The Brc~kf~-r of Champions VINEGAR . . ~ BALI. OR KERR MASON JAR CAPS . . PeR ~G(:CEhSI~b~ JELLY - US~ PEN-JEL po~,,. KRAFT - KITCHEN FRESH MAYONNAISE BUT/3F.~ GOLD SANDWICH STYLE COOKIES . . BEVERAGES~.~, SEVEN FRUITY FLAVORS KOOL-AID P~*"'~ I0 G las~'s HARVEST QUEEN DRIP OR REGULAR WIZDOM CRISP, TASTY DILL PICKLES . COLLEGE INN - FAMOUS FOR FLAVOR TOMATO JUICE 3 ~:25' Pears, lug for Combination Fancy and Extra Fancy Wash. Fresh Prunes, lug ...... Washingtons, New Crop--Buy Now For Grapes, approximate 3-lb. cup Thompson Seedless, Large Clusters Apples, 5 pounds for ........... Wisconsin Hibernals--For Tasty Sauce And Pies ~rapcs .................. 2 lbs. Fancy California Red Malagas Tomatoes, 3 lbs. ............... Fresh From Washington Gardens SLAB BACON la "r~ Chunk I.& 19~ "]Reverie" Preserve-O Waxlb pk 0% " .......... " SMALl. "RED HO~" SIZE mO:ngs ....... ....... .'.. -~o r"ks 10e Lard, "Pure Lard," crt. ...... 7c EIHR$ ~ ~9, SAIAD r( Jar " ~O~D u~ ~^~^~ ~ Co.,e ~N;a~sh ~ramultthweigr~l" H zt~ Spare ..,:.. '. ...... ~ ..... i2 oz. tin 25c Coffee Demonstratlon Friday NORTHERN I~ ,;x,~'~O lb. can53c (/ and Saturday" Come in and get a TISSUE: ~,-~., IV~-~C,;tIS C .3 II Deficlous free cup of Coffee and ~ ~ .... ~ g Sandwichrcookies .... . .... 21bs 25c I/ Cookies. ~'~'om ~ -- ~ III u FRIDAY & SATURDAY ONLY Cheese, Land.O.Lakes.. 2 lb. box 39c mm IH I nU P,- 6 w.,,~ 10b 35 NAPHTHA ars c SOAP " Grape Friut, large ......... 4 for 25c All kinds of fresh fruits & vegetables Watch for our big circulars Canning Time Is Near for Washington Fruits. Get our Prices, which will be the Lowest in Beach. F T. Reynolds Co. "Quality Merchandise For Less" We Deliver Free Phone 75 P a G SOAP 10 We Reserve the Right to Limit