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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
August 31, 1950     Golden Valley News
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rAGE TEN THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS. BEACII. N. D. , THURSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1950 -.. = ._ , , _, -- .... The next meeting of the Beach I turnmgMo Sa~dm from D,ckm~n, I M,ss Be, ty Norman was a,F... I sU-C -[m- ~o brothers of Louisville, Neb., t ri ~]t~"~ [ ]'Garden Studv club will be, where she h.ad been visiting. ~ne|week end house guest of MI'.| ult ,O'it~la|lUlU~ ltta:LlltUil [S CU bS n Nab. .as well as several other rela. ~ | |~qp,~,A~ ] Thursday Sept 7, with Emma~ is the former Marguerite Schier-[ and Mrs. Ronald Johnston. Miss t Mr. and Mrs. George Carr and[ . tives and many friends. Mrs. Mc- ~ L,,~ NEWS iHai'lsman'whOwilldiseusstreesibaum'daughterOfafOrmerdOc'~NOrman is frOm FargO 'whereldaughter left last Saturday[dFuneral services were cndue" Dnaldwasaverv t~dmther'' ' ~ and- shrubs for North Dakota. ] tot here. t she is ~employed at the telephone morning for their new home in/ te at the Chnshan Fundament- t and a kind and helnful neigh : ~ -..:-: _ _===, == ...... Alice Edkins will have as a topic .~bor, In fliekin~n--- /office. I Oklahoma, where Mr. Carr has/ al church in Wibaux, Mont., this] bor who will be sincerel" mis" "beauty in common things."--'-" --- ---- _. * ] purchased a ranch and will shi~ Monday at 2:30 p. m. for Mrs.] -~d' b" all Y " Z ~ I i ~ t s - Eliza McDonald, a former home- I ~ ~' - ri s ed lvlrs. Herman Ke[mer, Mrs. i Take It Ea -- hi ' " " ' ~ ~ " i ,y o~, , ,~ ! Members are asked to b ng e ........ ~ ! s cattle there sometime this t t[~ ~piioam~=tm' !!pods and grasses in dry ar- ~anDickinsont:affertYsaturoayanU oImrS'lastt~rg'eweeK, week" We hope andeVerynedrive will take fall. Mr. Carr sold his ranch on steader of that community, who ].T T,. ~ .. died at an Omaha Nab "hospi- nay lylre 1,eSUltS t rangement, as welj as surprise t~mnmona were shoppers in rt easy over me rang t,aoor ~oaY/the river north of Medora to tel Aug. 24. Special music was In Slight Damage bulbs for exchang6, end, carefully, f l~alph Mouser and son Dick the : ........--= .... ..... --i l~lewlyweds- VisiI-- To Mont. College--- !et s make It a happy holiday, let.tar moving onto the ranch provided by Mrs. Claude Ander.., insmaa or me usua~ llt=~all.ult=N~l~- abotlt a week ago son. Mrs. Orville Woodhouse A fire !ast Wednesday after- leaves For Mich.--- I Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Hansen Donald Ketlner. son of :Mr. ing number of ear accidents, and Mr. Carr came to this county and Miss Kay Scammon, aecom- ~of !2eercreek, Minn., are guests and Mrs. Herman Kettner of other related mishaps, such as in 1S98 and for a number of, panied by Mrs. G, Scammon at Bob Johnston Ieft last week frlt r;f bcr parents, the Otto Han- Beach. will leave this Saturday drowningS; etc. A little careful- years worked as a ranch hand the piano. Rev. Walter Knowles ]bansing, Mich.. to be gone about s-ons, and family; they spent the [or ttelena, Mont., to re-enter ness pays big dividends. Re- ~n Wibaux county and later in officiated at the last rites, and week. He had visited here at past summer in Reedley, Calif.Carroll college which will soon member, the Labor Day week the Miles City area. He moved interment was made in the Wi- the home of his brother, Ronrald Johnston. for lwo weeks since They were rnarrwct this summer, be opening there. He will be aend usually is one of the worst to his Medora ranch home in baux cemetery, beside her bus- sophomore this year. With h~m times of the year for major ac- 1921 and since that time has band. =rrivmg from Portland. Ore.. Retuzns To Ore.--- will be "Punky" Doerner, who cidents, made his home in that commu- Mrs. McDonald. the former where he and iris parents haw:Mrs. Ci~ris Seeley ~ Salem, will beninasa freshman this . Fliza Jane Tennam was born been making their home. ~,re.. visited with friends in the veer. Visitin~ Relative.~--- nitv. . - The Carr family have a .greatJuly 31. 1872. in Kentucky, and ........ - ....... Mr. and Mrs. Dick MacDougall moved with her parents to ~:' ' " ' * " ' ' and children of Missoula, Mont., - many friends here who regret t - their leaving, but wi~h them Nebraska. when nine years old. :-rod ~},,eir :~uest Miss Clara Kipp- every eood fortune in their new She was married to George Me- NOW :-, ~irri'.ed here last Saturday, location. Don:rid Dee. 25, 1904. and they after Lot:rirtg throu;~h Yeltow- " .................... moved to Wibaux County in stem, I)arR. and are visiting at ~ere For tt=rvest-- 1910: and one daughter, Bernice. ~,~: William Kiplflev home, Mrs. Swede Carlson .arrived here :,,'as barn to them. now Mrs. MaeDougall's folks, and plan to .:o to Warlord City next. where last week from California forCarl Gonsier. who survives here, they will visit his parems, the the eomin~ harvest, as well as one grandson, one %ed F, hipm:m~. Miss Kippley re- ,_.,,_ ...... turned ~o her duties at the J. C. Penne'~ store this Monday~ f(~rmer employee of the News, o ,~,r:~,:n,- the linotype when Mr. F, ifi?P~an ~;:;s editor. &T RN Frank G. White who l~ds been spending most of lhe summer at lhe Jolmstone Memorial hospital, left last Wednesday with his wife, planning a trip through ~ Yellowstone park. Mr. White is YOUR a medical student at the Univer- sity of Nebraska in Omaha, where he will soon be returning to school. They came to Beach in ~ne earlier part of June. i On Way To England--- Prof. and Mrs. Clinton Howard and children stopped in Beach Tuesday to visit old fri~nds l~- M1 Blue Ribbon fore continuing to England, where he will be an exchange professor at N.bttingham univer- sity from the University of Chili- STANDBY STANDBY fornia. Mrs. Howard is the for- mer Solvig Nelson, whose father was superintendent of schools I hereformanyyears. ~ OZ. can,;;ch 47e 46oz. can, each 34c Has Blrthdcry--- Mrs. E. C. Nelson celebrated 3 for 37 3 - ~ her birthday last Monday, when * VAILU| ! members of her family arrived t,, -- - - with a handsomely decorated glnghmn plaids combined during birthday theOake;, g~e[noon, and refreshments, STANDBY -- =303 can " who= I KERNEL 3 for Woven with fine percales and silky broad. On V n-- Mr. and MrS. Johnny Glower cloths-that's the back4o-school left this week end for Milwau- kee, Wit., to vacation for about CAN ALL YOU CAN StOle*~ COme ill and IN}* tile {~lql~xl- two weeks. He has been work- .t~ -- {~" sive details like full circle =klrts,' ing a.t JohnsOn "Motors, vchile she ~'~ lIDS. ....... ~Z is employed as a waitress a~ set-in sleeves, and placket Doerner's Cafe. waist inserts[ Values-every oneI To Patrol Meet--- STANDBY -- BLUE LAKE CUT Hbllis Diet.z 'of tams city, a N. San or/zedt. Sizes 7-14. D. highway p~trolman, left this no.2 can 27c 3 for 79c Tuesday for B~smarck, where he is attending a ,highway patrol L|~'I[[ ~|~[.~ meeting. He expects to return GARDEN --- QUART JAR~ GARDEN -- NO. 2t CAN home tonight. It pays to Advartise m the PLAIDS 'N PLAINS Colden vanev r ews. Each 47c Each 19c 3 for $1.39 3 for 56 une percale combination. STKNDBY --- QUARTS Full clre|e skirt. ,o Theatre 34c 3 for 98c Si=es 3-6x. "EACH. NOBTH DAKOT" 33c 3 for 97c "'"" for $139 -,. 47c 3 Saturday Matkaee ~) " "Borderline" FRED MACMURRAY, CLAIRE all{1 tWill not shrink more than I%. TREVOR. | All ' ~! ..... ~.,~ ..................................... : .......................... ::,;,:,v:::~ .................. ~:~.:,,~ ,~.: ......... ,~: ..................... .:~.:,,.~ ............. ::~:,, ....................... ,:,~,k~ ............. N .... ., .... ..~'~:,.:,~...,...: racket set in an interesting lo- ,,~:,.::~ ~i~:~!!!ii~i ~!:is: ~ ~.~..~N mixed with humor, suspense,[ d ripe slicing, 2 lbs. 29c cale and with plenty of action CLEARANCE I : COLDEN- 2 doz. 75c Sun. - Mort. - Tues. Ladies Summer Dresses, cotton prints, S..da broken sizes ..... $2.00 Bartlett Pears -- Italian Ladies Summer Dresses, Bembergs," "The Big Wheel" I broken sizes .... . $4,00 MITCHELL.~C~ Colorado Peaches Ladies Shorts, cotton twill and d'enim: all'sizes $1.00 screenplay as fast-moving :: Girls Shorts, twill and denim, all sizes ...... 75c as the racing cars it tells about. . Ladies Cotton Blouses, broken sizes .... $1.00 a " ery coon" raU g. Shorl -,.- News noon at the Sehnardele place on the south end of town resulted in only slight loss. damage being restricted to about a load and a half of hay in the barn. Beach firemen who responded to the call were there only a few minutes before the blaze was extinguished. Residents are cautioned that with the coming of autumn, the fire hazard increases in multi- plied proportion to the weeds and dead gra~s left in back yards and around fences. It is a wise idea to clean out such spots as soon as possible, fire officials warn. We will be open from 9 a. m. to noon on Labor Day. Wed. - Thu~. A customs thrRler that is ,~Im ,~ni~!~0cun~ntar~,, ~accotmt of a cusps ~gent '~0Rowlng up a Quality Merchandise For Levi