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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 1, 1938     Golden Valley News
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joseph Hylland The Golden Valley New.s And THE BEACH REVIEW And THE BEACH ADVANCE BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAXOTA THURSDAY, SEPT. 1, 1938 ' NUMBER 48 j , , , J J _, Auction Sale at G. Wed To Cecile D. Peterson Aug. 23 Former Beach Bandmaster Is Married In Quiet Ceremony At Kuhfeld Horne in Bismarck ~ismarek Tribune-At a ceremony ~solemnized here Tuesday afternoon Miss Cecile D. Peterson, daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Peterson ~f Pingree, became the bride of Jo- esph S. Hylland, Scobey, Mont., son of Mrs. B. Hylland, Dwight. Rev. Opie 8. Rindahl officiated at the single ring service at 3:30 o'clock in the home of the bride's brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kuhfeld, 611 Av- enue A. Garden flowers were arranged in the room where the service was per- formed and throughout the home. The bride wore an afternoon frock Of blue and black crepe complemented With black accessories. American Beau- ty Roses and baby breath formed her orsage. Mrs. Kuhfeid, as her sister's -matron of honor, was dressed in a light blue dress with brown accessor- Harstad. :The bridal couple left immediately Yor a wedding trip to points in Minn- Uota. On thir return they will go to -~eobey, Montan~, to make their home. CMi~'ltv,, Hy~and is a graduate of Valley : ty State Teachers college and has been teaching in steele. Mr. Hylland, it graduate of Concordia college, Moor- ~md, is employed at Scobey, Mont., as super~'~or and band instructor. Oongratulations and best wishes are Mr. Hyiland and his bride many friends- here. Mr. served ~s band leader here the past two years and his wife visited here a number of times.) Typical American Girl Meet Miss Frances Donelon who has been chosen as the "Typical American Girl" following a nation-wide poll on the ten most beautiful and pqmlar artists' and photographers' models. She is shown relaxing on tho:l/lilds at Atlantic City. Pre-School Con- ierenc Draw Large.Atte e conferences in Golden Valley County. These conferences were .held in Golva, Sentinel Butte, and Beach. Dr. Smith of the division of child Hygiene, State Dep~tment of Health, examined all children below school age presented for examination. The purpose of these conferences is to stress the impor- tance of discovering physical hand- leaps in children while they are so young that they may be remedied be- fore the child enters school. Profes- sional advise is given the parents in regard to the proper care and diet of the child. Parents are advised to see their family physlcan if handicaps are discovered. Seventeen children were examined in Golva where the Sunshine Society, with Mrs. Edna Hammond in charge, sponsored the conference. At Sentinel Butte sixty-three children were exam- ined; Mrs. Ernest Nelson of the StUdy Club and Mrs. Fred Smith of the Homemakers Club being In charge. The conference in Beach was sponsored by the Woman's Club and the Legion Auxiliary. Eighty-four children were examined in Beach, Ladies in charge in Beach were Mrs. E. D. Evans, Mrs. R. Arnold, Mrs. S. D. Knezevich and Mrs. Leo Tobias. Additional help was secured, as needed, from the organ lzation sponsoring the cOnference. The County Health Advisory Com- mittee on Health. takes this means of expressi~4g its gratitude to all those who ~sisted in making these coufer- on~ a St~SS. All Se.t For Open- ing of School Mon. Everything is in readiness-for the opening of school here next Monday, September 5. ClasSes will be held In the morning only, with regular classes starting on Tuesday. Many students from different parts of the oounty l~ve already registered and more are ex- pected to register on the opening day. Schumacker's Sept. 6 Next Tuesday, September 6th, there will be an auction sale held at the Gerhard Schumacker farm, six miles east of Golva. and a good list of stuff is being offered at that time, including farm implements, household goods, livestock etc. The sale is scheduled to start at ten a. m. sharp, and there will be a free lunch at noon. See the ad for it on page seven. Williston Takes Beach Nine By 4-3 Score on Sunday Sunday afternoon ~urned out to be a gala day a~ the Beach baseball park where the Beach team was scheduled to meet the Williston team. Before tne game was called, however, No Hunting In Golden Valley County This Year Special!Season Is Closed Here On Upland Today the News is announcing a real autum special, which is going Game, DucksDeer to be good for just two weeks only, so if you care to take advantage of it, you must hurry. During the com- ing two weeks only, you can renew Arlnual ProClamation Is Issued your subscription for only $1.50, in- By Governor Stating Various stead of the regular $2.00. Or ff you Hunting Restrictions live outside of North and South ~ ~~=" Dakota, Minnesota or Montana, it North Dakota's 1930 upland game will cost you only $2.00 instead of bird hunting season, announced Sat~ t $2.50 urday by Governor Langer to the Asso- At this time of the year a great elated Press at Bismarck, provided: I number of subscriptions come due 1. Ten-day season, Oct. 1 to 10, with and the News is offering these and hours similar to those for ducks, 7 a. the Olendive Elks drum and bugle i any others who wish to get in on the corps appeared on the field in all theirI offer, this special redueefl,i ntte. regalia and entertained the large crowd i Look at the little yellow libel on with their music and nicely executedi this paper right now, and save yon- maneuvers, much to the enjoyment ofI rself some money b~g rl~~yJnlg iat- the spectators. I mediately, Then the Glendlve band, augmentect1|-T~! _YoUr nelghbors about it .I~. L .... :~-^f musictant/fi~m-~~t| dont forget to remind themt City' among them a former Beach res, iI this s~_ L offer is good ~r two [dent, D~mc Oooper, rendered a grm ip ! we~m ~ ~" - ,.L. , f seditions fore the pine I ,T a **L?ge for , ~of the ~oon. Their put-I 7!ilokk,~JH~. Hoo to B ch was to dver-I auuvu asv t, liil ie ~. lingm county lair ,Sept. I-1-$. I 11' 1 .1 !"!k I tl~tls/~ Wen~l was 0n the m0~d forI |d~DO"lall lle slrd %vlth--l~ob Jones receiving. Op- ] ~-'~ ~' ..... ~I tO Beach on the mound was the itlt l~ling, a veteran of many base-I (Contributed) ~!1 ba~A~les.] On Saturday, August 13th, a coin- The first run of the game came in plaint was filed by C. P. Reed of Smlt- the second half of the second inning inel Butte charging Donald A. Taylor when Bud Haigh singled, was sacri- with issuing worthless checks. A check riced to second by Noyes, and scored h~l been taken by Mr. Reed's son at on Ray Jones single. ~their station in Sentinel Butte shortly Wllliston's efforts in the third were fruitless but fbr Beach, Niece reached first on a passed ball. stole second and camp home when Wenzel got a single. ~he fourth Will.ton got bUSy and ~ore~ two runs on four hits and an errori Beach failed to score althoul~ Noye~ reached second on an error and a stolen base. Neither team scorea in the fifth but Whl~e of Williston threw a scare into the t~ome troops with a long triple. In the sixth inning Art Wetsch of the ~ocais brought much cheer to the Beach supporters with a long home run into