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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 6, 1934     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY,. SEPTEMBER 6. 1984 pupils played their so,co- nicely, showing some ex tech- and tone. Mr. Robert White of Billings was John Halbkat's Sat- Mr. White a position on the ex- staff of the Midland ~la- Bank of Minneapolis, and stopped off on the way down. John R/ce arrived In the clty on r night from Mott, N. ,D., he has been employed in a store for the past two months. again Monday for Carring- ton where he has taken a position. Mrs, John Kremers of Trotters is in the city visiting at the home of and Mrs. Win. Schulz for a few A fine coat of white paint has been put on the Beach Bakery rank- tug it look fresh and nice. A new coat of red paint has spruc- ed up {3. GUbertson's hotel and store front, making a great improve- merit In its appearance. Mr. Aden Miller and WflUam and Enezevleh returned from motor trip to Chicago Sunday Schulz and Robert who also went on the trip did not return, Robert stopping off at Virginia where he will continue his studies at Junior college and Jun~r to accept a fine position with thQ Goodyear Tire and Rubber com- pany at Milwaukee Mr. and Mrs. KezTfllt King re- tu~ from thelr v~catlon the end o~ last week. of the Beach teachers ar- of last week from their and vacation spots to resume their duties. Miss Allison from Bismaxck and Miss Fairchild. teacher of music, from MAnnoapolls, ~m Friday, Miss West from Moor-! head, Miss Jb~elter from Hebron, onI Sunday, Mrs. Perlcle from Wlshek~ Miss Overtop from ~ando, Miss Underle.nd and others l returning the end of the week,' Mrs. J. O. Ramstad and son re- weeks. Miss Hilda El~and Miss Vio- 3everson left last Tuesday for where they will enter the for nurses train- and Mrs: Wilbur Olson, Bruce returned Sat- Mrs. Ol- Margery Miller, wlth her faro- Millers. Mrs. Albert Ch~ Joan, of Min- , making Mr. Albert's father, of a feW days. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Johnson enter- 'evenlng at anin- for Mr. and Mrs. Al- George Chrtstensen and son and and Mrs. AI- Mrs. sPent the Lhome of the ~aude Schou- plums were into the AdVance office NOW IS TIll TIM[ TO TAKE Texaco Certified Service Station Every Service and Aceammo~t/on tea" the Auto Owner "GOODIE" THOMPSON A. 0VERSTAD & SON It's time to paint with 8upermix ~Ve have Everything for the Home" J. T. PIEI~INA Ill Stanaa~ oil Products You are assured of a ~ time when you visit the Blf Ch~ Tavern. Comfortable Cabin Za Otmm~tion, ks ~R & WIETING The 8te~ ~ ~ BEACH BEAUTY PARLOR BEA'S BEAUTY SHOP North' Dakota that North Dakota wom~ grasp the significance movement. DOLLAR TO MAI KET The people" North its and merchants find amgng the first to the "Buy North Dakota" Dakota products for North Da- since demonstrated the loyalty people. Its promises have been vin. already realized in part. Now effort in which a constantly in- of agencies and individuals are enlist- to Build Beach." trading builds because it keeps the dollar at home, changing hands, circulating to main- fain and create employment. It becomes a community and state asset which declines only when the money is sent out of the city and state, possibly never to return. Get be~hind the~drive for a thriving, growing more industrial city, county and state. SPECKEEN'S STORE Ready-to-Wear -- Dry Goods -- NotlmB PHONE 171-W Beach's Ideal Beauty Parlor "Smart Women Keep Well Groomed" For Better Beauty Service Phene 15 for Appointment GREENGARD'S CASH & CARRY