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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 14, 1939     Golden Valley News
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September 14, 1939
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 14, 1939 1HE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE 5 DANCE AT THE WIBAUX AIRDOME 'SAT. SEPT. 16 Music by BILL BURNS and his RHYTHM KINGS SPONSORED BY WlBAUX SPORTSMEN'S CLUB L 0 C A L S 6 or 8 exposure films dev. and print- ed for 2~c. Reprints 3c each. 24 hour service, Welch Studio. Beach tfc Season football tickets for the com- ing high school schedule was put on aale last weekend with Coach Sev- land doing the selling. 75 tickets were SOld which means that a good turn out 0I businessmen and other city folks Will be present for the game to-mor- rOw afternoon when the local boys Play Hettinger on Beach's gridiron. P.E.O. Rummage Sale to be held in the Schroeder building, Sept. 22 & 23 Bud Koch and "Scotty" Donaldson ~otored to Glendive Tuesday after- ~loon where they attended the month- ly meeting of the Montana-Dakota ~tllities employees. they met Mrs. Walker's mother, Mrs. Wm. P. Schmldt of St. Cloud. They returned to Beach Monday and Mrs. Schmidt will now remain here for a two weeks visit. , E.A. Houck of Mandan, representa- tive of the State Farm Mutual Insur- ance company was a business visitor in Beach Friday of last week adjust- ing claims of the Witzig wreck which occurred near Hebron the day before. Mi: Marian Rohde of Valley City w guest of Mrs. Alma Snydal of this city from Friday until Monday !morning. Miss Rohde was enroute to her home from a vacation trip spent at the fair in ~Frisco. : Mr. and Ms. T L Leverson and fam- ily returned home Monday evening after a weeks vacation trip which took them through Yellowstone Park and a visit with relatives in Livingston, LOST--One Bass-Oreno plug and also 'Montana. fish. If you should catch a bass with I Mr. and Mrs. John Gikbertson ar- my plug attached, please return to rived here last week for a four day m~ Harold Smith, Beach. I visit with Mr. Gilbertson's brother, Jack Lyons and Miss Merle Lovell Gilbert Gilbertson of this city. The yesterday morning for Grand Gilbertson's were former residents of where they will attend the Unl-'this city and this is their first visit Versity for the coming term. This back here in 4 years. They returned be Jack's first year at the "U" to their home in Missoula on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Maurice Rohan motor- 'ed to Hettinger last Sunday morning [to spend the day visiting with Mr. Rohan's parents, who plan on leaving Hettinger in the near future to make their home at Argyle, Minn. Jack Callahan is now employed at the local Gamble ~ore, taking the place of Ed Kukowski who left last :week for California. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Wenberg and family returned the first of the week from their trip through Yellowstone Park and report a very fine vacation. ! $~lltffl!!~lUi[$11ll$$ $llillJll~WUBll$1Jl$tll$111$1iHlil$flllm$11$ltl~lil$11U~ 1 GARNER and John Fakler were din- Mr. Mrs. ,her guests at the Fred Wassman home Sunday. Carson Benson arirved here Tuesday from Mason, Wisconsin. to visit his i father for a few weeks. i Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziebarth call- ed at the Fed Wassman home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dietz and family were Beach vistors Thursday. Renstrom was a Beach visitor Vic on Wednesday. I Mrs. Fred Wassman entertained the While Miss Lovell will complete her Work there this year. In an item in last week's issue of the News concerning the next meet- of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies of Sentinel Butte, the name of ~a's. Gus Timboe as co-hostess with l~rs. Waldahl was unintentionally ~mltted. Mr. and Mrs G. E. Longstreth. who reside in Grand Forks, advise friends here that on last Friday there Was born to them a seven and one- half pound baby boy. Congratulations. Mrs. Fred WoJohn and Mrs. Jack ~ching came to Beach last Friday business, and Mrs. Jos. Meyers re- ttWned with them to visit for a while. Mrs. C. J. Fish and son Gordon ~t to Miles City on Monday of week. Mrs. Fish remained for a few days visit and Gordon returned the next day, accompanied by hi~ e0Usin, A1 Wiedeman. ~lesl~aakon Haukaas of Golva left on day for Grand Forks. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Turnbull and D. Eaton were called to Fessen- on Sunday by the death of a rela- They returned here Tuesday. Mass Helen Nade of Dickinson is at the Cozy care in the city started work there the first of Week. Mr. and Mrs. M L Walker and Mr ~llcl Mrs Clarence Overstad motored to llliston Sunday afternoon where New styles in keep- sake Diamond Rings Just in + gUTTE DRUG P.E.O. Rummage Sale to be held in Alpha Birthday club Tuesday. Eight the Schroeder building, Sept. 22 & 23 members and seven visitors were pre- PARK CAF'E i We don't care where you come from Whether you'rerichor+ poor,~~~- Ours is the finest Cafe MEALS LUNCHES ETC. IN BEACH ii![ TIRES! TIRES! H f~ -='?" N iii Come in and let us give you our prices on tires to fit [ii[ LI| |~i! ' ii your car or truck, iii PRICES ARE SURE TO ADVANCE ~** t::i~ .. ~ WE CARRY ACCESSORIES AND REPAIRS FOR ALL MAKES OF CARS VRANNA TIRE & AUTO SUPPLY PREPARE YOUR CAR NOW For Winter Driving with PRESTON E it will not evaporate and your Worries will be over with. It's cheaper+ this year -- $2.65 per gal. Let us fix you up NOW W. C. SCHULZ USED TRACTORS Several Used Tractors In Good Shape See these before buying elsewhere AL LONGBOTTOM sent. After the meeting a fine lunch was enjoyed. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Zook, Mr. and Mrs. John Fakier, and Mrs. Fred .Wassman were visitors at the Math Krause home Thursday. t Mr and Mrs. Art Underwood and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Orstad :and family, and Mr. and Mrs. F. Inez visited relatives at Sidney last i week. They returned home Saturday. Beach visitors Saturday from Gar- ner were Mr. and Mrs. Ewald John- son, Vic Renstrom, Mr. and Mrs. T. Vieland, Mr. and Mrs. E. Shoen and Charlie Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. T. Wosepka left Sat- urday for a three weeks visit with re- is an enrollement of 16.scholars. MAss Marcella Fischer is teaching the hun- din school and has 5 scholars. Rolney Shoen went to Dickinson on Monday to attend college. Mrs. Laura Strahon entertained the "Sunshine" Wednesday There was a good attendance and a lovely chicken dinner was served. Semelllng and family attended the,latives in Minnesota and Wisconsin. Herman Wassmann and Lloyd Was- Glendive Fair last week. I The Strahon school opened Monday smann visited relatives at Sidney last Mrs. Thovold Vieland and daughter with Miss Helen HJgley teacher. There week. ! The Whole Family of N EW FARMALLSI BIG size FARMALL.M The whole family of new rubber-tixed FARMAX.+S will be here soon! You've already seen the new small F~L-A. Now the middle size F~;.-H and the big size F~L-M are coming. We saw t~ese two tractors the other day at the Harvester branch and they sure are go-getters in every inch and ounce. MIDDLE size SMALL size FARMALL.H FARMALL.A Up-to-the-minute in appearance, these -new FARMALLS are away out ahead of anything you've ever seen in field per- formance. Practical field-toted machines are ready to use with these great new tractors. Phon~ us about the new FAm~tIJ.s and the new low Y~. prices. ' ":/ !":'~" i!~, H. 3. L g+E~L t~+~P~E:+~ENT CO. Beach, North Dakota ~} ~~)[~oooo Facts That Concern~~~~~J