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September 14, 1950
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NUMBER 14 BEACH. GOLDEN VAl,l ~,'v ,'nT"',', TttURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, 1950 NUMBER 52 Bury Last Sept. 9 A. Bury, pioneer of t~he Alpha corn- who passed away sad- at his farm home Tues- September 5, at 11:50 p. m., heart attack, was laid to September 9. Last were conducted .at the Methodist church ,at 2 p. G. Auer, and a life-long of the Bury ~family, Rev. Belling, officiating. music yeas provided Bert Hudson, /Mrs. Vic- and Mrs, Ross Cameron. were Andrew Koh- A, J. Ziebarth, Fritz Fasch- Warren Irons, J. K. Toll, John Irons. Interment was in the Beach cemetery. church was crowded to more capacity for the services, to the affection in Mr. Bury was regarded. include h, is wice, Bertha Bury, and one son, five brothers, Will, Henry, Edward, all of Bristol, South Dr. Charles Bury, God- South Dakota. and John, three sisters, Mrs. Buhler of Sou,th .Dakota, Martha Webber, Kansas Me., and Mrs. Alice Sharp Me., and two gr~nd- lren, Beverly and Maynard. Lions Hold First Meeting ,Of Season The Beach Lions Club began its season's meetings last Mon- day evening after the summer recess. Immediate Past President P. J. Schillo called the meeting to order and after the usual open- ing and two vocal numbers by a Trio of High School students with Miss Jeanette Tobias play- ing the accompaniment, he pro- ceeded with the installation of new officers. After this w~s ac- complished, he turned the meet- ing over to the new President, Lion Clifford Stecker. In doing so, he expressed his thanks to the Lions for the cooperation ex- tended him during his term of office, and .also bespoke the con- tinued cooperation with the new President. Pres. Stecker also requested the full cooperation of the mem- bers during his term of office. Several business matters were considered, but were turned over to the Board of Directors. Bruce .and Gene Hathaway were guests of the Clu.b. Winner Runs 4th At Start Of Jfis race, Bernie Pelissier. Judges for the event. ,as well as for the other races Monday, were Knute Farstveet. tbalph Maurice Ellingson, county agent, and Larkin Langs- ~ford of the Dickinson Experi- ment station, judged livestock, while Tom Conlon, also of .the Dickinson experiment station, rated the grain and horticul- ture exhibits. Home economics exhibits, in- Mosser and /ames Everetts. cluding the 4-H. Homemakers Judging the parade and floats displays and 4-H dress rexme, Monday afternoon were C. J:'were judged by Itelen Anderson, Matejcek, Steve Sleight and P. home demonstration agent for J. Schillo. Stark county. Call For More Band Students The next meeting will be held Monday evening, Sept. 25th. More students are needed for Dclva Howard Wed the school hand, accord ing to Roger Stolberg, the di- rector, wire states that he would like to start as many children William Mullen on band 'instruments as possible this fall. The best time to start new students is from the fourthin failing health for sometime; to the sixth grades. This enables death was attzibuted to the corn- the students to be fairly cap- plications of age. Last rites will able players by the time they be conducted by Rev. Win. Fred reach high school. Students mayHake, from St. John's Catholic between the church this Friday, Sept. 15, at Race New Council Elects Officers For Year Fifty two men were installed as Kn'iffhts at the Institution of Bishop Wehrle Council 3354 in Beach Sunday, September 11. Over 300 Knights of Columbus were present .at the ceremon'ies. The council, which h=as receiV- ed its national charter, will serve this county and surrounding er- ri.tory. Officers elected to .serve for the ensuing year, were Howard Stark Hardy, Grand Knight; Ant(m Kreitinger, Grand Knight; Jerry Moriarty, Chancellor; Paul Wag- ner, warden; Bill Eckes. record- er; Fortest Samuels, treasurer; Anton Lady, advocate; Frank Kress, inside guard; George Bus Serves Beach First Lutherans Community Groups The Beach Community bus has Plan Dedication been used by nine d~fferergt or- ganizations during i.ts first year Special dedication ceremonies in operation. These include the and ~aying of the new churcl~ school band, the Jr. Legion Base- ball team, the football, the basketball squad. Indepen- dent Baseball team, jr. ,high school .basketball ~am, Boys' Camp at Metlgoshe, Giz, ls' Chorus, and the Girl Scouts. To- tal revenue from the use of .the bus ~s $764.20. Operation costs during ,the same period have been $503.20. Except for the cost of gas and oil, the major e~pense item is for insurance, with an annual premium of $162.50. Bodily fri- ary Liability coverage ,amounts cornerstone .are being plann~4. by the First Lutheran church Of Beach. Officiating at ,the laying of the cornerstone will be C, S, Thorpe, who served the local congregation when the old edi; flee was built in 1907. Rev, Thorpe is now retired ,and livinl in Mdnneapolis. These servicel wil ltake l~laee this Sunday. The afternoon program will feature the reading of the histo- ry of the congregation, whle, h document will then be placed in, side the new cornerS.tone. Wi~h it will be a Bible, a constitu, tio~a who a~tended the ceremonies and who later spoke at %he ban- quet were Most Rev. Bishop Vin- cent J. Ryan of Bismarck; J. H. Bass of Devils Lake, state depu- ty; M. J. Raschko, Past State Deputy 'of Salem, Oregon; W. Francis Reichert, Past Grand Knigl~t, Dickinson Council; R~" Taken By Death Schnell, .Dickinson; Frank Barth, One of the most colorful cit~- financial secretary, Dickinson zeus of the early days in Beach, Council; Carl ]~aar. Deputy William Mullen, was taken .by Grand Knight. Dickinson; death early last Sur~day morn- George Remillong, Warden Dick- ing, September 10. after being inson Council. Wosepka, outside guard; Wen- to $200,000 for each ,accident dell Nistler, James DeSchneau with a limit of $10,000 for each and A. J. Gilman, trustees, person. The policy also includes Some of the prominent guests liability of $2,000 per person for medical payments. A balance of $685.05 remains .to be paid on ,the principal of fine note due the Farmers and Merchants Bank. A complete re- cord of all transactions is kept in .the office of the Superin~en- dent of Schools and may be ex- amined by anyone interested. Fred Robertson Last Rites Held of the congregation, a copy elf this issue of the Golden ValleF News, a copy of ,the Luthe~ Herald *a~d other papers. The completed church base. men t will also be dedicated ,that day, with the dedication of complete new church expect~l to be held nex~t summer. The United Luthex~an churel~ as it was first named, was or. ganized 'in Beach December 26, 1905. Pastors who ~ave since served it ere E. B. Austvold, C. S. Thorpe, E. A. Vaaler, H. & Thorpe, Theodore Bursett, A. T. Tjornholm, W. T. Gigstad, A, S. Bue, P. A. Gisvold, E. T. Auder- son, L. J. Akre, O. P. Everette children died in infancy, Th.e banquet program .also in- two sisters also preceded eluded musical selections by Funeral services were held and O. L. Olsrud. in death. Margaret Gilma'n, Mrs. Helen Monday afternoon for Fred C. The church building fund man August Bury was ~ >y ~er~rmed in the Ply- Tobias, Elinore Schillo and Don- Robertson, a long.time resident was started by ~the co~ngrega. Nov. 6. 1S79, at New Ulm, ~,~, Longregational church in ald Matejeek. St. John's Ladies of Golden Valley county, who tion in 1938 under Roy. Everette. guild served the banquet at the ' died September 8 at .the John- Additiortal funds have been .ad- stone Memorial ,hospital. the son of Mr. and ..ego :~e,,tember 5. also be started Nicholas Bury, ,and was ed-~,,~, ~dioli were used to fourth grade, up to the first year 10 a. m, and interment will be I e ion Hall ded every year since, sometimes ~ g ' " has been attributed to by offerings and sometimes by ,d in Bristol, S. D. He was decorate ti~e church. Rev. James in high school, however,made in ~he Seaeh Cathone co. echoo-i-Enrollment the effects of a stroke which he solicitation. The largest single ied to Miss Bertha Hepp- ,,;. McLum officiated with LloydIt is hoped that upwards of 50 metery.wflham Mullen was born ~ .~ suffered about three months offering came in October of 1945, on Oct. 29, 1903, at Wilmot,_i_:..~ playing the nuptial new I~and students can be start- ~ "" . Mr. Bury has been a resi- nusic and accompanying Mrs. ed this year, The school cannot April 17, 1867, at New~ R~chland, Above Last Years ago. - ..... e" totalling over $4000. " of Nor~ .Dakota for 46 ~rt Gall of Fargo, who sang "The afford to buy band instruments Minn., and came to live in Rev. J. Robert Boggs oincm~ u The ]~argest amount raised, by for all, so the high school stu- Reach in 1913, when he drove Beach public schools started at the las.t rites in the Moth-solicitation was in 1948, when s, and of Golden Valley .ord's P:ayer," "I ,Love Yo~ dents get first choice of instru- the old horse-drawn hearse for the 19.50-51 school year on Men- odist church and at the Beach the congregation voted to raise ~ty ~or 42. He was engaged Pruty" ,and "Because. ments, the local mortician. He also op- day, September 11, with an on-remote , where interment yeas .~ ~ '' , inching and farming in ~he The bride was given in mar- ry $20,~..~ m add~tmn to funds o,, ta community for many .-iage bY D. M. Kepner of Chey- It has to be this way, erated a draying :business hererollment of 255 in the grades and made. - " e hand, to complete the building. because the ,high school finances fof a number of years, .a~d will 128 in high school. Pallbearers were Grant RourK , The committee anoointed to so- s, ?here he serged as school enne, a close friend of the fami- the band. Mr. Stolberg ,gives the be remembered by older resi- Thirty-four boys and girls on-Olaf Abraham, Dewey Stock- lieit the amount'-raised the on. :, and an official OF the ...... ,-. a Security Administra.tion. lY'she wore a gown of white lessons on the band instrumentsdents as wearing very colorful tered the first grade in the Lin- er Wm Jandt, l~ay Kukowski tir,~ -~')0000 in fo-r da~ free of charge garb while driving his fine coin building and three first and Ray Hamlin. Honorary pall- Ground breakin~ ceremonies graders are enrolled in the Wein- bearers were C. O. Carlson, Ed for the new churchwere held on ,,'as a member of the Moth-moire taffeta, fashioned with ~ Any children wishing ~o start horses. He was unmarried. --rms', school. Oswood, Wendell Youells cl~eand Aprl~ 11, 1948, with exca'~ation ; church, later transferring ~weetheart neckline and scallop- m band work ave asked to con- He is surviven o: two m-cru- ets ~award, St Paul, Mmn ~e Evangelical United Broth- ed waistline, with skirt cut on- tact Mr. St~lberg at the high I ~ , ~.. , . . ., Forty-two freshmen er~rolled Ern Dailey, who had been m June of that year, and the He had been suffering with i rain. Fitted sleeves came toschool as soon as possible I and John. a patient at a vote- at the high school, with several friends of the deceased for many basemeng wails poured aune 29, art ailment for the past f~ur poi~ over her wrists. Her veil :~ ~ ' " I rans administration h~s~ital in more expected in that class/a,ter t wears, i~),i8 ; s. ~...- / o~h~dnch lhc~ felt from ~i small r~. ,r~ * [ Iowa, two ~,isters Mrs. Mar~aret on. with total high schooY en:|:~:~_C;~.pbertson :W~as born in Ti~orvald Whorson of Forest ways amiable.and pleasant,cap. She carried a bouquet of onservatlon St. Paul, Minn., and Mrs. rollment six more than the pea~[ ~ Iowa, Marc~ CiIv iowa, ~$as the architect Bury made numberless fri- white roses and wore a strand t; / Agnes Christian/ White Bear enrollment during the 1949-5(~|~ to this oo~ iv~, ,.,~ , ...... m. - nr qment has ~ = 4 - .~ ~[~l~e 'l'i.Ol'Son el l~eacn me ~, ,and could recount many of pearls, the bridegroom's gift. ~L,~= ~['~.~. ]] ]/I Lake, Minn., an l a niece, Mrs. beenterm'increasedTne graOebyethreeOl " [| h'~adn~t~l" ;~ = ofSettlea~sentine]~Blf~/~ ~:~':..--=~'~"~" ,~,-.r,~ .> ,d, :....~. ..... =.-,~.-:$he'*"n resting experiences he had] Her .attendants were&fiss Pat- ~[l~ UCI, ll'l~J~ Mary Morgan ('o~, of St. Paul. - - .... e ...... '..,'~ne or~c,cnds nea~mv, wnen ~ney ncxid t920's.~**,a~/ai~mg campmgn l~ now un- friends and relatives quisette and carried a bouqUet their third annual show, which Legion T9 :,...,.;- ...... .., , :orc, mun