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August 31, 1950     Golden Valley News
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PAGE TWO THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH. N. D. THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1950 -- SENTINE L HOMEMADE PIES HOT DOGS ICE CREAM -- COFFEE I .... -- -- ..... --- ham of Hastings, Minn., arrived ings, Mont., were callers at the _ spring of 1948, when they moved ] guests at the W. B. Campbell Gunkel home. [ C, olva N i Tuesday fr a visit at the home Ge" Gearey hme Wednesday" [ T N !ft Arkansas" tmme on Sunday, a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. George Carr and of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Still and A very early frost was surely We understand that Violet Bren- daugh'cer Mary Jane were visitors ews Mr. and Mrs. John Sehulte and Eugene were Sunday dinner rotters ews unwelcome when it froze gar- nan remained with the Camp- at the Gene Gunkel home on = children, Mrs. Leo Rising and guests at the A. Scheffer home. dens a week ago Friday night, bells. Tuesday. The Carrs have gone == ......... -: ---~ Geraldine were shopping at Glen- Caroline Schulte was guest of _ _ _=_ z Due to the late spring, gardensO. K. Omley was an over- to Oklahoma to make their dive Saturday. honor at a birthday party Tues- were later than usual, so thatnight visitor at the Crook home home.. Mr and Mrs Leo Rising and Tony Kreitinger returned day afternoon. There was a nice Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Mount the frost did plenty of damage, on Saturdav. daughter were callers at the home from the hospital at Fargo attendance of little folks wh~IIouston, Texas, Mrs. Bill White A fair sized crowd attended ......... , On Bu--in- "rll-- ammond home Sunday. the latter part of the week. enjoyed their play time, lunchand two daughters of Portalas,.~unaay ...... scnooL anu cnurcn ser- 1he vannuai "l~aCK to SChOOl r ,~ Mr. and Mrs. Archie Cunning. Mr. and Mrs. L. Hart of Bill- and pretty gifts. New Mexico and Mr. and Mrs. ~. ~ , party ~ as held at the Nellermoe Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Barrow are Vl(~.es on bunaay. _ .... home on Saturday evening on a combined buying and vaea- Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rising Virgil Hall and four children of k:onnie and v.aren LmaDo Ot .... " .......... ~~I~T-I~i~-T-R-E-ASURi~il;s-Ai~UAL-ilE-p0RT FOIl PtrBLIcATIoN ~ and Marion were callers at the Camp}tan, New Mexico, were re .... f~,~,,~ ,,i ..... f o_,~,,~ r,_,,nt,,q t~ames were played Dy young l:lon trip [o ~llllngs Mont ; they ~ei ......................... and old Joh "" ' " Ilecetpis In General Fund ' . ......... n Neuermoe enter- left here last Wednesday, and (Amounts Received by Scimol District Treasurer between July 1, Leo Rising honle Sunday p.m. cent visitors at theL. P. Hall are spenmng me week at me ....... 1949, and June 30, 1950) Friends are pleased to hearhome. Y. . , _ tamed w~th h~s fireworks dis- planned to v~s~t her nephew, the Cash in General Fund (in hands of District Treasurer (~lo(re/isnTr~eker was a visitor play, and later with home mov- G. P. Coopers, in Laurel, Mont. and excluding Sinking Funds) July 1. !949........ 5317.77 that Rienzi Hammond has re- Mr. and Mrs. Con SimonsenI . " " " d h m last ies A deliciouslunch was AIIL Grand Total cash on i~and and money credited to turntd home from the hospital,and son were Sunday visitors at at the Ernest i~eiano e ' . _ . . ' . served, and a very pleasant eve- Return From Trip-- C, eneral Fund (Total of items A, AI, AII) as of July tfazel Hartse of Miles City is the parental P. V. Moore home. week. " ..... v B--nn~n nine was spent by all. Mr and ~r- ""~'~ "-'- ...... 1, 19,t9 .......................................................... 5317.77 ' 1. Total amount received during year from State visiting with her parents Mr. and Eugene Russell and his assist- !vtr. ano tvlrs. ~a e re a , . . zv~ ~. vva~ Jonnson re- apportionment ................................................... 190.08 2. T,,tal amount received during year from County Mrs. Joe Hartse. ant, Shirley Mac Sperry, have daughters Thelma and Violet, of Mr. and Mrs. Lmdbo and turned home last Wednesday apportionment ............................... : ...................... 9.53 Mr. and Mrs. Glen Freeman been busv measuring fields re- Fryburg, Ted Bohn of Sentinel family of Belfm!d and some frl-from their trip through Glacier 4. Amount received during year from Federal Aid 1310.62 and son Keith of Hastings, ('cntly. Butte. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Tusker enos~ Irom t)mKmson were bun-Park, and to beautiful Lake 5. Amoum received during year from taxes levied by District School Board (General Fund) .......... 2591.03 Minn., arrived Sunday for a visit tIomcr Jackson arrived at the and O. K. Omley were dinner day dinner guests at the GeneLouise, at Banff, Canada. lB. Total amoUntyear lotalrec~:ivedof itemsbY 1Scimlto 11 inclusive)Treasurer ........ during the 4101.26 at the B. Covert home. Mrs. ('rook home on Tuesday, to take ~ , ,, C. Grand Total amount received by School District FreeFnan is a niece of Mrs. Co- his daughter Carole home. Treasurer including cash on }land (Item AIII vert, and during the day they all .l.F. Crook left Friday morn- and Item B) ........................................................................ 9419.03 motored to Medicine Rocks. ~:X'ENDITU'ES OF GENr-RAL FUZED in~ for Minnesota, ,o visit a sis- ~.~l~~ Amounts Paid Duying Year for the Following Purpolms Mr. and Mrs. Herb Gearey of 1. tienerm Control {~cnool Officers Salaries , Wr who is ill, and other rela- . $144.00 Expenses $7.50 ............... 15150 Aberdeen, S. D., were 5 oclock lives. YOU Are A ..... ~ 2. Instructional Service. (Teachers' Salaries $2926]35 " dinner guests Sunday at the A few families from this com- tlrementText BoOkSFund$25.135360.00SupplteSwithholding$133.75 TaxTeachers'(Federal)Re" home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Gear- munity attended the rodeo at $529.20 .................................................................. 397444 ey. Di}:kinson on Sunday. St 3. Auxil'ary Agencies. (Transportation $29120 Tuition ranger gut $20250 " ' Mr. and Mrs. B. Covert,Mr. ......... ~ .............................................................. 493."/0 Tuesday afternoon, Mrs. Glen ,~a ~ i~i!::~ iiii!i~iii .... :-. %!::. 4. Operati,m of ~lant. ~Fuel $264.95 Light, Water, and Mrs. Archie Cunningham Olson, son Jimmie and baby ~: etc.. $4.:)0 Janitor's wages $18.00 Supplies $37.21 .. 321466 and Mrs. Clifford Caudell enjoy- daughter, of Arkansas, and Mrs. O At 5. Mainten:mce of plant, (Repairs to Buildings $78.99 Repairs to Equipment $33.72 .................................... 112.71 ed a pleasant sight-seeingtripVanvig of Medora, arrived at nce 6. Fixed Charges. (Insurance $218.55 Miscellaneous .50 .................................................................................. 226.05 D. Total ~Tmount Paid During School Year by District to Fort Peck Wednesday return- the Kyle Sperry home, where ing Thursday. they were supper guests. They Treasurer ............................................................ ~283 06 .... L Cash on hand in General Fund as of "June "'3i)~"" iiihii ' Plane From Billingr,-- were overnight guests at the (Item G.. Treas. Report), Including Cert. of De- posit and U. S, War Bonds) ..................................... 4135.97 Mr. and Mrs. August Brock- Correll home and Wednesday __ . . WARRANTS ISStnaD meyer took their daughter Adel-dinner guests at the Chester warranm assued, July I, I..49 to June 30, 1950 (Item B, Clerk's Annual Report) ................................................. 5283,06 las to Billings, Mont., this past Gasho home. They .then return- ~PAT~ OF NORTH D,ai!~OTA ) Saturday, where she caught a ed to the Vanvig home in Me- County of C-olden Valley )ss ~ower valley School District No. 16 ) plane to Seattle, Wn., after dora. The Olsons made their I do solemnly swear that io the best of my knowledge and belief thespending her vacation with her home near Trotters until the me~th-~- "Is'aas ~,nooltrUeTreasurer.and correct report of all moneys received and paid out by parents and other relatives in his community. It pays to Advertise in the Golden Valley News. EDNA HAMMOND D. E. HAMMOND Treasurer of Lower Valley School District No. 16. Subscribed and sworn to before me this 26th day of July, 19~a0 FLOYD BOSSERMAN 7th NATIONAL Columbia SHOW and SALE October 13-14 Minot, North Dakota This All.American Breed Makes Remarkable Produciion Record. WOOL -- LAMBS -- MONEY See and Buy The Nation's Best "The All.American Breed" For Catalog and Information Write ULRIC M. Gwynn, Jr., Mgr. Minot Association Of Commerce THE FINEST IN THE NORTHWEST Door Prizes of $5.00 -- $5.00 & $10.00 At 5 p.m., 9 p. m., and 12:00 Midnight On Monday and Friday Night. 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