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Beach, North Dakota
August 18, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 18, 1938 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE 5 LOCALS Miss Margaret Veeder of Mandan is visiting Mrs. S. R. Bryant this week, having arrived here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Wright and son Orville and Mr. and Mrs. Dehnore of Sidney, Mont., spent Sunday night at the S. R. Bryant home. Ed Fillner reports to the News that he has recently cured six horses of l~aralysis, and anyone desiring more in- formation is requested to see him. Mr. and Mrs. Joe B. Voeller of Rugby ] Pent Friday evening here with Mrs. Dorothy Grove, the county nurse. Mr. Voeller is superintendent of schools1 at Rugby and was out here attendingI the convention at Medora last week. I Prom here they went to the Yellow- stone Park. Just received a new line of diamond wedding rings at very low prices.I P. Lovgren, Beach, North Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Russell VanEaton of Sentinel Butte are the parents of a baby girl born to tehm on August 16th at their home. Yesterday Ed. ester of the local Red OWl store began a two weeks vacation Whic, due to some mixup was post- ~ned from a week ago when it was Previously announced he would leave. ~l left last night for Bismarck, where his wife and daughter are visiting, !~tnd from there they will go to his old home at Eureka, S. D., for a visit for a while. While he is gone his place here will be taken by Frank Krusek Dickinson. clMr. and Mrs. George Dailey of Man- al~ arrived here Tuesday evening for few days visit at the home of Mr.l alld Mrs. Ole TherEon. ,They are the] grant parents of Geogre 'Buster' Dai- I ley, ~ he is home at present on furlough after having enlisted in the Navy a few ago. Just received a new line of diamond ~d wedding rings at very low prices. P. Lovgren, Beach, North Dakota. ] ALWAYS tempting and pleasing are the meals served in pleasant atmos- phere off, our dining room. \ The BEACH Greyhound Bus Depot New Fall Skirts Of All-Wool Flannel Regular $2.98 Values Specially Priced At $2.25 Attention of tile gez~eral p~lblic is again called to the church tiner to be held at St. Philip ,.text Sunday, Aug. 21. Saturday morning Miss Lucille Kuk- owski arrived from F~rgo to visit a few days with parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kukowski leaving again on Monday night for Tacoma, Washington. She will meet her sister Marcella, who has been attending summer school at Mis- soula, there they will go on to the coast together. Service, Satisfaction arid Savings MILLER'S Mrs. F. H. Wischow and son Charles of Dale, Wisconsin, who has spent the past month visiting at the Paul Wis- chow farm home near Sentinel Butte, i left for their home yesterday. They were accompanied as far as Detroit Lakes by Ma's. Wischow, who will go from there to Warroad, Minnesota, tot visit another sister. II I SCHOOL DAYS Will Soon Be Here] DoubtlesSly many of last year's clothes are still in per- fect style---send them' to Hok- stad's and we'll return them clean and fresh and ready for another full season of wear. HOKSTAD DRY Miss Evelyn Mac Miller of James- Sunday night Elms Snydal and Eve- i Mr. an:i 2:IRE. Clarence Overstad drove Don't forget the special plate lunch- :own is here at the present visiting a~ lyE Beadle returned to Beach from a [to Sidney Sunday where they met and ! con on Friday --Dance uite Park G~fe ..he home of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Thor- ' pleasant two works vacation trip which I brougt~t back to Beach their little niece, ! Mrs. Blanche Bon0k~y of Glendale, rein. She is their niece. ~ took them to Portland and other Ore- Judy Goodman and nephew Clyde Bab- California, a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Don't forget the special plate lunch- gee polE',s, and also to Seattle, WE., cock, from Grand Forks. :on on Friday --Dance nite Park Care'and Vancouver, Canada. They report a! Word has been received in Beach George Nutter of Beach, arrived Fri- Last weekend Frank Wenzel, looali fine trip all the way around. Miss that Miss Pernie Logan, who has been day night and staycd here until Men- ba~.ball pl~yer, played wi~h Sidney on;Nami Flahaven, who accompanied tr~p into Montana It.hem out to Oregon remained in St. their three day . . , Frank pitched last Friday against Hat-IHelens, Oregon. din and won his game 7 to 2. Sidney l Saturday night Mr. and Mrs. Joseph lost the other games, Roundup win- Enderle of Watkins, Minnesota, and ning over them 23 to 3 Saturday, and Forsyth winning from Sidney Sunday in ten innings, 5 to 4. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Eckberg and Mrs. C. E. Erickson arrived Sunday to visit at the Vic Renstrom home east of Golva. They have been visiting in Canada, and from here will go to Min- users, befol~e returning to their home i~r Kingsbury, California. Mrs. Erickson is a sister to Vic Renstrom. Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Noben left Sun- day afternoon for Regent, N. D.,'~to visit Mr. Nobens niece, Mrs. Raymond Larson and family for a few weeks. Mrs. Dora Nelson of Billings was here Monday to visit her old class mate, Mrs. E. Y. Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Dokken and two children of Minneapolis arrived Sunday to visit the Mark Lovgren Samily. They are on their way to Oalifornia where they intend to visit relatives their son Rudolph Enderle and wife, :~nd Miss Marie Kiehn of Minneapolis, arrived here for a brief visit at the E. M. Enderle home, while enroute to Washington to visit relatives, They left Tuesday morning. Mrs. Warren Clark and daughters retuluaed Sunday from a five weeks visit with friends and relatives in Port- land, Oregon and points in Washington and Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Schattuek and three daughters of Minneapolls stopped at the George Nutter home Sunday toI visit Mrs. Nutter's sister, Mrs. Edgarf Johnson of Minneapolis, who has ~een / visiting here the past few weeks. Thel Shattuck family were enroute to Yel-1 lowstone Park and Seattle, WE. Monday Ted Km-koski, who has been employed in Billings the past few mon- ths, returned here Monday for a few j weeks visit with relatives. ~::i:!::!i!::ii~:.ii~ii::ii;!iiii!i~!ii!iiiiiii~ YOU'RE SEEING THE ii~iii!!!iiii~ ~ "~'~ ~"!iiiiiii~i!i!ii~ii!i~ LAST ROSES OF iiiiii s UBut M M E R ........ You Needn't Look Like One! Let us revitalize your beauty during these hot days! We offer the finest Phone service you can buy, the best equip- ment, and graduate operators who 'are thoroughly trained in every 177 branch of beauty culture:Drop in to- day.and try a complete beaut~.4reat- meEt I .... ASK ABOUT~ SCHOOL GIRL ............ SPECIALS ! BEACH Bertha Halstead BEAUTY PARLOR Grace Berg EA B Jou IH'[AT R[ CL NERS PHONE 32-M Beach, North Dakota New Seats--- Air-Conditioned FRIDAY- SATURDAY Saturday Matinee at 2:30 p- m. RASCALS Cast: JANE WITHERS, ROCHELLE HUD- SON, ROBERT WILCOX. Jane Withers a- gain steals the picture, this time with her antics with a gypsy caravan. Also A Comedy and News Sunday- Monday- Tuesday MATINEE SUNDAY AT 2:30 P. M. employed with the Standard Oil Com- pany at Billings for the last eigh~ ;ears has been transferred to Denver, Colo- rado. The accounting department of te Company at Billings is being trans- feinted to this point on October 15th" Sunday Chas. Purvis, Vaughan Mor- ris, and Douglas and Donald Evans drove to Sidney. To make a long Tale Short We had to laugh at the come-back of a lad who when told that ants could lift 50 times their own weight, said: "Why, that's nothing, ~terday I saw a hornet 'qift" my father!" You'd be proud to g~ive any of your friends a "lift'! ifyou were driving any of the~ Hsted below. GIVE THESE THUg ONCE OVER / 1935 Ford Deluxe #order Sedan, Ra- dio & heater. ~Excellent buy.S425. l 1935 Ford Tudor! Sedan. Renewed & guaranteed .. ~ ............. $195. 1930 Chevrolet T~dor Seda~ Excel- lent Oondition :.. ........ $135. ~.9 Chevrolet coupe. Bargain at $95 OTHER TYPES TO CHOOSE FROM Johnson Motor Co. lq~me 1o ~ NL Dala day, ! Yesl We can now offer you a i bi~ name, bi~ quality tire at a i mlrprisingly low price. It's "dou- bit-cured" for ~xtm toughness. Built with new,Improved, huskier trnd. See t~e new Goodrich Standard Tir~ before yo~ buyl IIII I I J Truck Tires 32x6 Garage Alvin Feragen, Mar. BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA THREE COMRADES Fall Fashion i Show J g ROSEWIN COATS It's an all-star attraction featuring authentic 1938 fash- ions and outstanding quality fabrics. You'll be agreeably surprised with ~he low prices --th~ wide selections---Ripple Nubs~.,Imported l~rsian Fab- rics (d~uplieating in appem'- ance th~ most expensive Per- sign lan~b), Simrt BoucleS, All-Wool F!eeees. Beautifully ~$tyled dress co~ts with luxurlaat fur trim or sport coats tailored in a so- phisticated manner. Linings: Tc~.d R,~on Satin---guuran- teed for the life of the gar- ment. YOUR CHANCE TO SAVE 25,~; ON AUTO SERVICE! Drive a Clean Car ,/ Complete Washing Done with latest equipment by skillful attendants. Safety Specials Test and adjust brakes; adjust headlights and al- so wheels. $1.75 Your car needs this atten- tion for better performance Drive a and economy! You can use Safe Car the extra money you save! Regular $3.50 Service MOTOR TUNE-UP A complete check up including: clean and adjust points; test coil and condenser; adjust generator and fan belt; clean cables and plugs, Complete cheek and adjust- ment of igntion system. Set Push Rods. $2.75 Complete Grease $1.00 High pressure grease with correct summer lubricants. BRAKE RE-LINE SERVICE You can't get along without good brakes! At this price, there's no reason why you should! Be~t material and la- Compete job $9.85 Lubrication Change Chassis lubricated; crank- case drained and re-filled. $2.70 We have the latest and most complete REgORING BAR fn town We bene the cylinder walls as vm~e'~h a2 done at the factory. C::::e in and let us show you. Cars Called For and Delivered! $19.95 to $34.50 Sweaters] Soft 100% wool slip-overs in bright new shades. $1.00 to $1.98 See the new "Twin-in-one" --the season's smartest sweater idea. Cast: ROBERT TAYLOR, MARGARET SULLIVAN, FRANCHOT TONE, ROBERT YOUNG, GUY KIBBEE. A constructive story of unselfishness, idealism and cour- age. This picture offers brilliant character- izations. ~ / Also A / / Wednesday-,Thursday y Don't Forget The Cash Dr wi.ng! WHITE BANNERS Cast: CLAUDE RAINS, FAY BAINTER, JACKIE COOPER, BONITA GRANVILLE. Author of "Magnificent Obsession" again T&T Dress Shop cffersaperfectdrama. ALSO A COMEDY W- C. $CHULZ