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Beach, North Dakota
September 17, 1931     Golden Valley News
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September 17, 1931
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18 IN S[SSIOR ItERE ~[$HOP WARNER AND MANY OTHER DISTINGUISHED WORKERS HERE . M Fi~N~ST SESSION YESTERDAY STARTED OFF WITH GREAT INTEREST SHOWN CB~The annual session of the Mon- Conference of the United rethren church started off yes- terady under the mo~t auspicious circumstances, there being a large attendance of churchmen and my- m~n present. The conference will in charge of Bishop Ira D. War- ner of Portland, Ore., with Rev. C. W. Leones, the veteran secretary, taking down the proceedings. The $~$1~ of tile conference will ~ti~ue through Sunday. ~n addition to BiShop Warner, t~e fo!lowing ~ of the several tt~tlrches arrlVed e~rIv in the week t~ arrange the details of the con- ference; and .S!~(~ then pastors laymen f~ ~ the cnurenes i~1 .~lorm have been coming in. r~ted at tl~ conference last evi~nil~ were: Hhe Bishop. Revs. Izx~mis, of Circle; lqelson, of Great Falls; Y.~0Favre of Harlem: Rwn ~1 Malta; Bye o~ .G~endive; C.R. laralieh of B0nebrake seminary, Dayton, Ohlo;,S~ G. Vigler, editor for,f0reign minions; and Miss Janette Gilbe~:-tv.~cretary of Otter- beln Guild, all of Dayton and Miss I[ND L ST SAD RIT[$ ho o oo,or, the State Uni- versity. She has been at Yellow- stone park all summer. BROTHER OF DECEASED CON- DUCTN IIIGH MASS AT FU- NERAl, LAST MONDAY ilAY great many friends of the fam-- ~athered at St. Johns church Monday mornln~ to Pay their last respects to Mrs, Charles Rlleding- cr. whose funeral was held at that STUDY CLUB MEETS. The Study club held its first reg- ular mecting of the ~ear at the home of Mrs. Byron Ho~oboom on Tuesday evening. Roll call was re- sponded to with a history of some musical instrument, All members were present. OFF FOR ~IIOOL. Sewall Mason, accompanied by Mi~ Gladys Pederson and Clay- ton Pederson, motored to Pingree INSPECTING SCHOOLS. Mr. Jones. state inspector of vo- cational high schools, was ill the city Tuesday in his official capac- ity and making his semi-annual inspection of the local High. after the meeting The chapter gasoline for poor will have its nex~ regular meeting Standard Oil Co., distillaie next Wednesday night. Henry Keefe, work on PERSONALS Frank Haigh of Carlyle is in the local hospital suffering with intes- tinal influenza. A. J. Brier and wife drove into Montana last week for a short visit with a .brother of Abe's there. Dr. and Mrs. Rice and son Wlllie .75 (fool,:-yo'%| ~ickin~,)u-yes. Halvor" 19,~5 Soll-yt'~q 3Ii{l~-ves. V'7ood h U ll'Ye$" ~V h 'i'(' ~1 l)l) I1. ,~aid Resolution WStS nlaills ............ ; .................') 0d,.'elared adol,tet|. P~tul Item. work on malns 5.'60.Moved by I)ickinson and second" B'eaeh Hospital, care of t,,1 by }';r,)wn that Conneil do no~ poor ...................................... 71.00 t :~diourn. which nmlion prevailed- O. W. Douglas. street work ,~.00 ~Attest: J. G, PEALL, Moved by %Voodhull and seeonded l A.A. ABEL, Mayor~ by Cook thai the bill of O. "W'.] City Auditor. time, with burial in the CatlmIic last Saturday, where Mis.~ Peder- BA~K FROM FUNERAL. motored over to Marsh. Mont,. cemetery on the hill, An unusual son is a member of the school fa- feature of such services was the culty, Mr. Mason and Clayton Pe- Albert and Henry Thompson re- Sunday to visitold Wisconsin officiatin~ at High Mass of Fath- derson went on to Grand Forks turned Monday 'from Graf~on, friends. ~ ~ ~ ~ ~1 er Linuz Schiefer, O. S. B., of St. where the former is an instructor where they went last Thursday to In an accident Sunday the John's academy. Collegeville, Minn in the University and the latterattend the funeral of thc wife of daughter of Charles and Mrs. Holl- ,~ brother of deceased, assistcd by will enroll as a freshman, their brother, C. L. Thompson. ~o stein cut a deep gash about two Father Hake. had died the Monday previous from inches long, in her head. which re- P~[~s quired several stitches to close. Frances. Mrs. Charles Rued|user. ONE OF~ a stroke of paralysis. The lady Dr. Niecc drove over to the Bak- ~ ~ was a daughter of P. H. Schiefcr.Sentinel Butte parents believe in was 68 years old and had been sick er fair Tuesday and says the show sr., and Mary Wcibel Rucdinger. education else so many of their some months, having had several is a very good "one, especially in the ~ at She was born at St. Mary's }~id~.e, children would not be going to oar- attacks of her ailment. She leaves near Melvina, Wis., January 10, ious colleges in and out of the state, seven children, all grown. V:ctor' live stock and corn sections. Ryan 1890, thus bcin~ 41 years and' eight That is why our local school ranks and Bjorne Thompson accompanl-IBreitcnfelt -went along with him. months old at the' time of her always as a first class one in the ed their father as far as Fargo, I Lyle Martin the handsome death. Shd came to North Dakota accredited list of the state and the where they are attending the A. C. rancher-machinery man of the Butte, was gracing Beach with his in the fall of 1910 and was marri(~ North Central A~sociation of Col- presence ycstcrdav and elucidatm~ to Charles Ruedln~er in 1913. Sheleges and ,Secondary schools FewMrs. John Bosserman of Alpha on the merits of 'different kinds of is survived bv her husband, par- towns our size have so excellent a was a Beach visitor Monday. feed--for his live stock. ents, four brohers and two sisters, faculty and so completely equip- While hcr health had noL been good ped a ,High school. None need be Edward ,the young son of Ed. and for some time, a cer~.~ral trouble afraid to send their boys and girls Mrs. Justesen, 'is sick with the pro- CARD OF THANKS developed on Se,~telnber 9 and the to Sentinel Butte High'i vailing stomach flu. We sinccrely thank the many ncxt morning she p,~ssed away Among those, besides Father Lin- VISITING---~DS'~N---~. friends who hastened to aid u~ n* us Schiefer, who attended the fu- Mrs. Anna. Olstad. accompanied Lumbago laid a heavy hand on our hour of distress a~d ~row. J Dan Wicka Tuesday, but the huskySuch kindnesscs will nc~L.~bon be neral from other places were tl~eby her daughter Anna, son Harvey cu~ got the best of the pesky thing for~.otten.--Charles Rued~ger and following relatives: Mrs. Agnes and Mr. Bragstad of Stoughton. Relatives. Seaman of Norwalk Wisconisn: Wisconsin, are visiting at the home and is still going strong. Mrs. Caroline" Bongert. Miss Meta of Einar Olstad. Mrs. Olstad was a Ruedinger. Anion Rued|user, and former resident of Sentinel Butte. ~race Dick, Evangelist of Great Otto Ruedinger, all of Oshkosll, . ~, Falls. In her long life in the county BRIEFS [ SOU I The program is one of the most Mrs. Ruedinger acquired many comprehensive yet prepared for friends: she was dcv~ed to her Cash Van Eaton was a busines,s a . t,ng and the sessions of husband and his 1o s i, as gained the visitor in Sidney, Montana the past A. 0verstad & cot the conference laromiSe to be most dee0 sympathy of all who know the week. I interesting, and to which all arefamily. " " Mi~s Mary Stoddard. a teacher in I~, /// 1000 to be Given' Away ed in order to prose/It the invited to enjoy the enspiring serv- the Medora school, was home for Beach, N. in ices. FROM THE FAR NORTII the week end. ..... Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Martin were in ~jl I~ Get C~nt~f B/dml~ Here ~dity, Vahle| The [lll~'~ Fml~dS{T ISSUE THIS WEEK. ~ th~ NBW I'o~. fi~ { Mr. and Mrs. R. kSlaby and son Dickinson on Monday. Miss Evelyn Lardy returned home The removal of the Revlew plant Rud, and Miss Helen Sv~icha made Tuesday from Medora where she that are the freight of fash- from Sentinel.Butte to Beach was a viSit Saturdav evening to Beach has been employed at the "Buddy ~geomplished durin~ the wee}: and A farewell dinner w/s ~.iven bv Ranch" the past summer. ~ ~ iOla| Bea~ful ~lgll~p~l~ fli:~ expected the first issue of the Mr. and Mrs. R. Slaby and'son Rud Beach Review, as it will ,be known, in honor of the visitors from Cht- Con Short, the old timer down on lug" 8tS| Wilt appear today. J. J. Hess. we cage. who a~e: Mr. and Mrs. J the river, was in town Wednesday ." tmderstand~ is edit~r with Ernest Svacha~ jr.` and sons R~v and ~ettingsum3lies. C~n isbranching [~ T Reynolds(' ~MeDanold in charge' of the me- Charle sand Mr Charles Sevcik, lr., ~till further in the sheeu game,, ne ,Use out' q.,AY - AWA .=" ~han!.cal department. ,but tlals Ls Mr, and Mrs. J. ~vacha and dau~h- believing the wooly fellows are wnl he~y, subject to the paper's own ter Helen were also present. The coming back as a profit maker. 0 v WW !~ ~..-,tt ~ dlqpOSlt ani~ouncement, visitors are planning to leave Sat- The Congregational Ladies Aid l]~d .~tl~ll~.~i tll~,1~l~ll| ~- urday the 19th. After n wonderful met Tuesday even|mr a~ the home M~M Ruth Hollsteln left Monday dinner all left to visit 'Mr an,-|, Mrs. of Mrs. Fred Gilbert and had an i: uality Merchandise For Less nom~ for Jamestown, where she will Dondn and family, where lunch enjoyable time. was served BEACH, N. D. While football is comparatively ~-I~L~~so~DUrin~t'heirstavhereCharlesanewgamewithourHighsehool ~~ ~~ ~ue her Studie~ at the college. W~I Jeney first day of his vlsit and ,Toe game Satndray with Baker H{gh, { Svaeha, jr., provcd l~is skill when which while it has more experlenc- he shot a coyote on the property of ed men, has none with more grit, }R. Slaby. " so a good. lively game will bo en- I s__e IJo~ed and all who can should go ~o~l~ l~orthern wheat .............. $ .56 Ja M~he hand see it. ". 'nd debonair officials of the Oscar Knutson, of Dickinson, 3i~tnter wheat ................. 35 tele0hone compwnv in N. D., is in{branch manager of the Provident Durum wheat ................. 29 the city today. He is an old side]IAfe Insurance Co.. is doing double Max ......................... 1.09 kick of-ours find if he don't droo in ] duty. looking, after busines.s and en- A CARLOAD OF MONTANA ~ PLES JUST IN. BUY THEM ~ / Rye .........................,17 to see us we'll do our telephonin~r I ioying a visit with C. H. Corral]. (In trade) ............... 12 { ~ .... - - ..... { public appreciates it. BU ter .......................a2i~ WE ARE EXPI~CTIN OTIlER CARLOAD OF CANNING W[AIffR I RADIOTOBEs i'A'ber*a yhasbeen u'te ..... "'" , I~ . ].sick with heart 'trouble. FRUIT IN TH LA~ OF TIIE WEEK, SO DO YOUR CAN- Sizes 7 to 14 years A fiz~ "-" ] "~ ~a, oy girl was born to Mr. I and M,'s. Emil Kunick. north of NING NOW, IF ~6"[J IIAVE NOT. YET, FOR IT WILL SOON { Sentinel Butte Tuesday morning Newest otto- and two- 'e sty[es,.in FaI! shades. Son e I and all are reported as'doing well. BE OVER WITII COlOrS... some comb,nations wltla novelty Jerseys. A Weather report ,or the week i ~, ~Y~Ir Radio i/ E. I~. Kennedv. our delmuair you'll marvel atl _.., week ending September 16th. [] Tubes? ~3rlng ti~m to us llldru~gisL was a Beach visitor Wed- Max. Mln Prec,p. |{{ fo~~,;,.~,,,,..,~_ hec~ved ao |!1 "sday ,, ~,~. ,~ou, ....................................... ,,.,~ t, "'rn ~ I& q.I I & qn c:r It ' ~q # StDernt~er 10 .. 78 47 I ~vere~,~dy I | BEGINS ~ 98 LBS. FLOUR ........................................ $2.43 September 11 .. 74 57 [] Laycrbilt batteries, at neff [] { It was impossible to get the re- r 12 .. 82 39 ~ low prices. '1 1 High school as expected this week ~,~ ~ ~, ,,~ o, *~ ~oi,~ o, ,~ ~,w ~W--O~,~ .................................... ~ " "'. -- r 14 .. 69 37 ][]"__. _ __ .~" ' | owing to arrangements at the COMB HONEY ..........................................15c D ~L P A It T M E H T $ T 0 It | ~" 15., 8~ 37 [I ll/--..J..._=~] If___ "I .. . WOO a os.'|school not being co ,leted tim , Beach, No. Dak. Ibut hereafter a weekly report from dk]PPON R~ SI~LL,' l all three high schools will be made Ooomm~tive Obaerver a feature of in this paper. I | "l :'~