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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 14, 1950     Golden Valley News
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v . PAGE TWO THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH. N. D. THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 14, . .IBeach, webe selected to attend[Schaal, sklrt, blue; dress, blue;]Brown, dress, red; pajamas, red.] r ..... - .......... ---IIRost were supper guests at the]Mr. Herman Bury. Several i With Your i]the State Dress Revue at Willis- ]apron, blue. , ReUa Cook, dress, white; dress, I ', g'hll, ~T |I Elmer Wa~fg home Monday, ,awdI here attended the funeral ton, October 6 and 7. Miss Mar. | Ardehl Adams, skirt, red;]red. Merdythe Cook, dress, red. i IUllle J.~ews flat the Pat Plummer home Tues- vices held at Beach Satt t County Extension 11 lyn Bohn, of Set, time1 Butte, was ] blouse, white; dress, red; apron, I Garden, Crops and Poultry: It | I day. ] afternoon. l Agent t/chosen as alternate to the state|red; child's garment, blue. lBobby Erickson, poultry, blue;I l Mrs Bert H"'q'~" |/ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wang vis- Mrs. Hubert Rustad ente, IIT IF- 1~ ]NE[II~ i meet. |Janice Adams, blouse, red; dress,/toma,toes, blue; onions, blue;l] " -" tilted at the Thee. Bruski home ed at a party Saturday Four-H members celebrated| blue; apron, red; skirt,red. ] cabbage, blue.David Woja'hn, ] --=-=- ..... :-==---= ..... [ last Sunday. noon in honor of her son' / "l " I o s blthda Gum were g . . . y. __ 4.H EXHIBITS l the lar est enroIlment of club Elaine Kittelson, blouse, blue,poultry,red Lauren Wojahn, CHURCH NEWS Mrs John Sliper; Mr and Mrs t n "r es TOP ALL RECORDS ] members m Golden Valley Coun-dress, blue, .... apron, red. Helen poultry,whlte. Rex Farstveet, Roy. G. R. Auer Juhan Chrmtensen and Ed 3"eyed with refreshments se ~Four-H exhibits displayed a,t the lty as well as the largest in the Kukowskl, dress, white; apron, poultry,red. Bernard Adams, Sunday School 10:00 a.m. I Chrlstensen vlmted at the Carl at the close of the afternoon Golden Valley County Fair andt history of North Dakota The ad- | red Beverly Odland, apron, red ] tomatoes, blue; beets, red; pota- / Morning Worship, 11"00 a m I Sliper home Wednesday ~. .~ ..... " vantages of 4-H is being extend--Ida Still, dress, blue; apron, / toes, blue; carrots, blue; kohlt Evening Service 8:00 p.m. The Ollie Public Library is guest ~ta[t~:SLHW:nSing n~ 4-H Achievement Days, Septem- I ed ~co young people on farms and blue; needle case, ' blue; pin[ rabi, blue. Roger Barkland, ,to-] Bible Club Wednesday after- again open after the summer v.a- home l~ondav and q'.~,sv ~ber 4 and 5, surpassed all pre. ] ~ious records, in spite of a grow. ] in small towns as rapidly as cushion, blue; sewing bag, blue; [ matoes, red; onions, red; beets,] noon at 3:30 p.m. cation. Mrs. Pat Plummer is the. . .~ ~.. ~---:'-~" be obtained. Bonita Smith, skirt, white;] blue; cucumbers, red. Robert Mi- evening at 8:00 p.m. Mrs. Art Hartse, Lavonne andand: irene; l~r. ,and Mrs. A. ~ing year that was anything but] adult leaders for the groups can belt, blue ]blue; potatoes, red; carrots,j Prayer Meeting Wednesday librarian ~vzr_ and .21rs. J~mon Men encouraging for crop exhibits, ~ u~w featme this ,,ear wasblouse blue; apron, white. Vir- I nor, beets, red; Dan Blue, onions, Choir Practice Thursday eve- Joan were dinner guests at the Jesneld and uonald S.teen v because of the late season, de-| ~ ~ !iiii Tb~nvU~itl ~:ed bwZlhUi! ~!Rg~7be30art hwehd:te S~:" R23:d PeDc:v Sunuay dinner gues~ a~ cording to R. M. Miller, county] rsk : P ?~:K:ham:dM::vYrnie Henning Steenhome. agent. Not only were the mum- t~e :~hibit=gerO~ dr?:~ po~U~rrY n [ blh~te;Cha~lo~, C:dwell potatoes, her of 4-H exhibits great, but pl'ojects. ~ ' , , ! ; - , . , ; Livestock: Steers, Eugene ' . "_ , " : of Wibaux; Mrs. Josephine Con-To Chicago--- ihe all around quality was hard i"m'~" ~,=.c.u .... ,~. ~--~zu"~" ..~.~R~'~ ....a w ~-lub apron, wni~e, irene ~insli,. as skirt, Wehrman, blue; Cordie Brettin,Kenneth Swift. Will oepresen~ her and Mrs. Bert Hudson were I ,,--~.~-o ~,=,,,~A-~-~ .,.j~.o~# ..... ~,.,.-I ~ to beat. [ placed first with their float, red; apron, red; pajam,! , resds, blue; Char!es Bohn, blue. Ger- and hold serv,ces, dinner guests at the A. F. Sha,ter [ ghter Ramona, of Medolm, ...... "--" and SentinelAlice Tescner, Blouse red; ores ald Bean Blue rat Bonn, reu. home Tuesda,, t,~-- "~------~-- tar r'h-'^^-~ The Achievement Days were ] Jumor ~en~me~ white akamas red Doro~h ' " - .o .,- i ~a~L r.u~uay xv ,-- ~,;~t;v. lhe climax to the year's 4-H ac- [ Rustlers 4-H clubs, second and . !,.; P .. , Y Max Ganser, white. He~ers: Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Anders and Friends here were grieved to] mona will intern at the H tivities and provided the club;Lone Tree 4-tt Club, .third. iviar~mso.n: _mouse, red;apron,Theresa .Wehrman, .blUe; ton- children were supper guests at hear of the sudden passing oil Veterans Hospital at Hines, members with both educationt ...... wni,[e; skirt, wm~e. rad Diezz, red; Bob r~remers, I the A F Slater home Mond, ay and recreation. Local 4-H club t yo~e~uc:titn:l Irv~cn:s on~t!:er g:fe~ne2:;e~d:eS~er:s?' Mari ~d"e D~a~rPURPa~peh LiY~a:t~ume'' --Mrs. Terry Cameron; Mrs. Sam leaders are to be complimented iNLrth Dakota A-ricultural Col. . .., ' Fisher and Sandra ere dinner ~' ~ Marie Streitz, dress, reel. ~aaxine Roger Barkland, .blue. Chester~'uests at the Vern VerB-" home ~)n the" fine showing their mere- lege. Bohn dress, white. Marlyn Bohn, White Gilts: Larry Sehutte, blue. ~ ............... bert made. " ' " rs in the divi ~L ~,a~ ~.u~u,~y. rheprize wmne " dress, blue; Eleanor Bohn, dress, James Ulfers, blue; Gerald Lech- Mrs. Conner, Mrs. Dan Cox Nearly 200 people witnessed stems are as follows: Judy Ulfers, white. Annanell Bohn, dress, let, red. Fat Barrows: Gerald and girls and the former.'s niece ning, September 5. Miss Beverly Rice of Beach blue; apron, red; sewing and Miss Joan Wenberg of blue; sewing bag, red. "the style revue held at the skirt, red; blouse, red; apron, blue. Doris Trester, dress, white; American Legion Hall, put on by blue; scarf, blue. Colleen Kittel- dress, red. Kathleen Hogoboom, members of ~he girls 4-H home son. skirt, red; apron, red; scarf, dress, blue. Marlys Wagner, skirt economics clubs, Tuesday, eve. white; needle case, red; sewing white; apron, red; scarf, red. bag, blue. Norita Kress, skirt, Joan Stecker. blouse, red. Gayle bag, Sleeker, dress, blue. Beverly Rice, Ann dress, blue. Doris Nelson, dress, HEAVENLY? Our Meals are out of this world! Open Daily 9 a. m. to 3 a. m. Sunday--noon to 3 a. m. Yes--every dish is star md th ler- vice is s~ellar. ~ooi You'll really an. Joy every mouthful when you dine here. We specialize in banquets and luncheons, call for appointment; We can serve any number. hamrock blue. Betty Woja'hn, dress, white; Helen Bares, dress, white. Joan Wenberg, dress, blue. Margie Bares, apron, white; scarf, blue. Joan Wehrman, skirt, white; apron, white; scarf, red; needle case, white. Margie Sch- mitz, blouse, blue; nightgown, white; Marilyn Nell, blouse, red, blouse, blue; skirt, btue; skirt, red. Loretta Fischer, blouse, red; dress, red, skirt, blue, hat, blue. Carol Popiel. dress, white. Elaine Schmitz, dress, blue; Mary Ann Schmitz, dress, red; dress, white; apron, white; purse, blue; child's garment, blue; pillow slips, white. ' S Margaret Rising, dres, whRe. Stella ~ising, apron, white; scarf, white; pin cushion, red. Joan Schmitz, apron, white: scarf, red; needle case, white; pin cushion, blue. Mary Wehr- man, apron, red; suit, blue. Phyllis Meyer, scarf, red. Deanna WELL $$$$$ Deep or Shallow. 6 inch Screw or Welded Casing BUD KUNICK Sentinel Butie. N. Dak. ~0 tic Lechler, blue. Chester White came down from Wibaux Men- Boars: James Ulfers. blue; Lar- day. Mrs. Conner remained un- ry Schulte, blue. Columbia Aged" til Saturday at the Slater and Ewe: James Samuels, blue. Co- Johnson homes. lumbia Ewe Lamb: James Sam- Ed Christensen, Mr. and Mrs. uels, blue. Julian Christensen and Olaf News Classified Ads Bring Quick Results! Sooner or later, every good American family wants to own a beauti- fully-designed, tonal- ly-perfect piano to bring it joys of music, and to grace its living room. As leading piano deal- ers in this area, we want to help you select the best piano for your musical requirements and for your money---because we know that if we give you top service and top value, you will tell your friends and thereby help us build our list of satisfied custom- trs. After years of experience, we are convinced that Story & Clark Pianos are the best values in America today. We have a specially prepared book that gives you the reasons why Story & Clark leads all others in piano values. Drop us a card and we will mail this book to you. It will help you select a better piano for your home. DICKINSON MUSIC SHOP "Home of RCA and Magnavox Radios" OPEN THE MARKET. AS ALWAYS, IS OPEN TO ALL ~ I INVITE YOUR CONTINUED PATRONAGE. THANK YOU! Will buy hogs next in Beach on Fri- day, September 15, and in Wibaux Fri- day, Sept. 22. ALWAYS PAYING HIGHEST MARKET PBIC~ LIVES t OCK PHONE 191 L D. Wibaux, Montana Orgain & Casler, mars. POWER A. C. Generators For Farm and Ranch "ROCKET" MEANS "R$CKET" MEAN 0 "ROCKET"MEANS S / DON'T WAlT UNTIL YOU'RE HURT! Subject to the elements and to mechanical ha~arda, power line failuree may occur anyttme. Protect your farm and family against these dangers and inconveniences with & tow cost auxilla~'y electric power source--ghe Wineharger POWER INSUR- ANCE A.C. Generator. 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