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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
August 28, 1941     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS VS, BEACH This is a league game ad worthy of your support-- NEXT SUNDAY, Come out help the boys win this contest! COOKED US Also Lunches, Ice Cream, Pop, Candy, and Cigarettes Where Friends Meet and Eat Parity Payments Received Mrs. Nell Kenen~y and children ~and Miss Delaine Jendro spen~ Mon- ,day night and'Tuesday at the par- ental Ed Jendro home. Mrs. Art Underwood and children ~ud l~tty Tumbril were Beach vis- itors Thursday. Mrs. George WBssman and daugh- ter were visitors at the Lloyd Wass- man home Friday, Mrs. Joe Dietz and batty son re- fumed home Wednesday. Mrs, Fred Wassman and Mrs. L. Wasmnan attended the Alpha ladles aid at the Ziebarth home Thursday. Mrs. Olaf Orstad and Myrna, i~rs. F. F. Schmeling, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dietz and family were Sunday visit- ors at the Fred .Wassman home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wa~man and W~lter Wasaman were Sunday visit- rs at the tJohn Fakler home. CHATEAU TO HAVE GRAND OPDNING NEXT SPRING Russell Reed of Bismarck, head of ~he State Historical Society, states that due to the lateness of the season an official opening of the DeMores Cha~,~a. will not be held this fall but plans are underway to have a grand opening in the spring possibly the later part of May or the first part of June and a dedication service will be held at that time. However, at the present time th~se who wish tO se~ the Chateau may do so by paying a ~'nall fee. Prairie Fires Dangerous Nowi .With the heavy growth of grass and crops this year there is a serious danger of prairie fires. Should a fire get started in the range area of our county during a hot windy spell it might burn an extensive area before it could be controlled. Everyone ts urged to be very caerful with fire. All farmers and ranchers should have water, water containers, s~tcks and other fire fighting equipment readily avail, able. Tractors. trucks and cars :.hould be kept supplied with gas and oil and ready to go on short notice. It ]might be advisable to keep the tract- or hitched to a plow or some tillage implement which would aid in mak- ing a firebreak. Firebreaks should be provided for all buildings, haystacks and unthresh- ed fields in areas where there i~ danger of prairie fire. CARD OF TIIANKS We wish to thank the many friends ~nd neigh, bore for their many acts of kindness and sympathy shown us during the illness and death of our sister. They will be long remembered. ~THE MOEN FAMILY. [ ! Bill Szudera of south of Beach pur- chased a new tractor from A1 Long- bottom the first of the week. I I I | r SOON! 34th I['1'1'1 II I t I I I -- i Jellit Gelatin Dessert ..... 3 pkgs. llc Cornflakes, Gold Tost .... lg. pkg. 7c Red Rooster Coffee ..... 3.lb. bag 4% Orange Slices ............. 2 lbs. 23c Salad Dressing, Mary Stevens, qt. 33c Palmolive Soap ............ 3 bars 1% Spinach 2 23 ................. cans c Canning fruit of all kinds See Circulars for Other Bargains We Dtiiver Phmao 55 Agriculture Adjustment Administra- tion Parity payment~ amounting to a total of $30.449.73 have been received by Golden Valley county farmers and land owners. This represents checks for 213 farms leaving approximately 280 farms to still receive their parity payments. Last year there was a total of 500 parity aT~plicatiens in the county yielding a total of $80.371.81. There has been a total of 431 par- ity applications transmitted to the state office ~ith approximately fifty applications to finish getting signa- tures and transmit to the Fargo office. I COMING ! SHOW AND DANCE GIL JENSEN And His RADIO PLAYERS AT CITY AUDITORIUM, BEACH TUESDAY, SEPT. 16 Tune in KGCX Daily 1:15-1:45 p. m. 1480 on your dial i COFFEE COLONIAL CLUB 10-lb. cream pail $2.59 ] '~" 1 LIQUID WAX AEROWAX Pint, only 25c NU BORA FOR ANY USE giant size 49c BORAXO FOR DIRTY HANDS 2 cans i FLY SPRAY LITENING 25C J Pints 21c FLY RIBBON SURE CATCH Pkg. of 5 rolls 7c CAKE FLOUR SOFTASILK lg. box 25c II BABY FOODS HEINZ ASSORTED 3 cans 25c TOILET SOAPS FINE ASSORTMENT 6 bars 25c WHEATIES BREAKFAST OF CHAMPIONS 2 pkgs. for 23c iii IIEACI[ LU't tlERAN CHURCIi Oliver Everette, Pastor Beach: Services 9:30 a. m. Communion service 7:30 p. m. Business meeting 8:15 p. m ust 31. Aug - ST. PAUL'S LUTIIERAN CHURCH V. H. Dissen. Pastor Divine serv:ces 9:20 a. m. Sunday School after szrvices. METIIODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH c;ran~ S. Moore, Pastor tioning gives Carlyle: Services 11:15 a.m. Sunday school 10 a. m. Sunday school 10 a.m. Preaching service 11 a. m. o*.o.,,,,,*.*,,,,,,.,*,,,o,, o,**,,,,,*..,,,,,..,,,,,,,,,,.,,,, .,,,o,,,.,,,,,.,,,..,, ::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 0 Picnics are food seems to of-doors. So let's will be both if your supplies RED OWL. Lower ally Known Foods fact at your STORE. "STOCK UP DOUBLE VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS SAUCE PORK & BEANS 15 6-oz PKGS VIENNA SAUSAGE 3c';,%25 HARVEST MIX CANDY 19 "KEEN" BEVERAGES ALL 24-OZ.$J I FLAVORS, OBOTS.~ WAX PAPER LAKELAND 2 125-FT. ALL VARIETIES JAR AINE 5 IN OIL SALAD DRESSING COLONIAL QT. 23 MANOR JAR I~ WHOLE K1) OR FRESH ASSORTED VARIETII~, PEACHES---NOW IS THE TIME FOR CANNING APPLES --- Wealthies for Pies -- 5 lbs. 27c ORANGES, medium size, per dozen ....... 25c" CRISP SALTED SODAS GRAPES, Thompson Seedless, 2 lbs ..... ,19c CELERY, 2 bunches ................................ 19c CATSUP .~ff" SNIDER'S 4~ 14-OZ. A MAN'S FAVORITE ~r. BOTS. T~ A HARVEST QUEEN d~d~ BLACK ~fl ,~ II I~ Greea---~-Lb. Pkg. ~ ~-LB. PKG.~ HARVEST QUEEN 2-LB. JAR ~1~ f LB. JAR OR TIN ~-7 OR TIN q]l~ "BANNER" FIVE IC ARONI pEN HOUSEHOLD TYPE 6-BOX CARTON $ 6 LB. SIZE SOAP THAT BAN ISHES TATTLE TALE GREY . SPRY SHORTENING -LB1 571 CAN PALMOLIVE SOAP $ GIANT CAKES TOILET onto DAINTEE & 6C KF_.S ~vt'~rBEAUTY PALM $0-OZ PKG GRANULATED~23~rOZ. PKG. 20e SMOKED LIVER SAUSA~E I t