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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 19, 1935     Golden Valley News
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was a ay. , V, .~J Bu ~e tar ~ ' t~ Nick Oe s T esday. M~. Ed Olson :and child- tors at J. V. KIeln's ,emire started his I took the Jordan ; to Jordan's ~farm has been haulint, last part was a visitor at Kin- one day last week. son Ken- were Sentinel children have the past weex. Einar elated and the Van Horn I. the sheep Yates attend- I Wednesday. a load of Wednesday. was an overnight Win. Franzen home and a Sunday visitor attended Rink's SatUrday home from F. church at Skaar was suitable services last A circuit and three . A attended all day 1Sun. was served in the ors at noon by the Lath- members, assisted by the other organia- Dorothy Doyld, and Donald Law- is attending in in Beach. C: It. Callender entered the h~t~l Saturday for a few asslste~ Omley and Mrs. Franklin dur- last week. Carlot Nellermo~ sale at Yates Friday, Mrs. S. Stevens were on Thursday. and Luther Hodgin wor~ Beach Saturday, Mrs. Bert Sperry and Mrs, Lave- at the Hodgin lm was "a shopper in t. attended the C, was hell~tng Mrs, of wheat. Ellis Stecker were our neighborhood on at W. evening~pent tim children out for , Eddie COok went Frank Dykins left on Sunday r ~e ~ ~.~ rgo ~ enroll in ~urse :~ih ~'et d engineering. Hlld~t Waldal left Sunday to enroll at the Dickinson State Teachers' College. Sunday afternoon a group of old- timers entertained the J. W. Brown family of Washington to a picnic at the shelter house near Medora, Mr. and Mrs. Brown were former resi- dents of Sentinel Butte. Keith Guse stopped off Friday on his way to Harlowton, Montana. to visit friends here. He will attend School at Harlowton this year. The Math BroWn family from Westerheim have moved Into Sent- inel Butte for the winter months. Pearl Reed left Monday morning for Fargo where she w~l~tttend the A. C. this year. Mrs'. Kramer, Mrs. Boisen's sister from Iowa, came Wednesday to spend a few weeks visiting relatives and friends here. Lester Dempsey has enrolled as a student in the Sentinel Butte high school this year. Miss Aschtm's mother arrived this week to spend the schodl year with her. Miss Aschim teaches the 3rd and 4th grades here. Roy. John Strong left on Friday morning for Yale University to con- tinue his work there. Mr. Strong is to be congratulated on~ his satisfac- tory wor~as student minister here during the summer months. Orville Englund left last week for [points in South Dakota and Nebras- ka. I Evelyn Adams returned from her tour with the Adams orchestra, ann will start school this week. Tip Van Horn was hurt when thrown from a horse a~d is in town receiving medical aid. Several young people from here attended the dance at Medora last Friday night. The Burns' orchestra furnished tlle music. Harold'Higlin is the proud owner of a new Ford V-8. Mrs., W. E. Burhans entertained members of the Work Aid at nor home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Mason entertained at 6:00 o'clock dinner on Tuesday the mem- bers of the Study Club. A delicious dinner was served and a business meeting held later in the evening. Myrtle Johhston left Sunday morn- ing for Jamestown where she will enroll at Ja~nestown College. Harry Smith and Harold Higlln drove to Dickinson Sunday. Rodney Sheen spent the weekend at his home-south of town. Mrs. Reed, Pearl and Mrs. Abliter were Beach shoppers SatUrday. Friends of the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Secrise, wish them a long and happy wedded life. ........ I I a Hill II ....."-- _ 7,, , II I I ~-~-~~-~,~~~ the home of Mr, and-Mrs. Frank Alpha News Mrs. Jens Gronning and Daisy Wassmann were Beach visitors Fri- day, bringing Edna home for the weekend. Mrs. Nick Gamroth entertained the Ladies Birthday Club Thursday. All participated in a very enjoyable time after which a dainty lunch w,ts served by the hostesS. Louella Howard is assisting Mrs. Hogoboom with her work. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Johnston and daughter. Myrtle drove to Jamestown on Sunday where Myrtle will attend college the coming term. Mrs. Junius Gronning and dauF,ht- er Darlene and Ed Gross were guests at the Jens Gronning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Zieharth were in Baker on business Friday. Mrs. Tull of Dickinson visited sev- erar days with her daughter, Mrs. ~Hck Gamrott~. Mr. and Mrs, S. L. White and Mrs. James Wldte visited Monday afternoon witl~ Dais~ ....... tiN. -' Sunset Sentinel Mrs. Frank Dykins entertained the Beach Homemakers club last Tues- day afternoon at her home. All but three' m~mbers were present; also a number of invited guests, The vis- itors were Mrs. Ernest Feldman and daughters Edna and Irene, Mrs. Clarence Overstad, Mrs. Wm.. Uec. kert Mrs, Chas. Smith, Mrs. Wil- liams and Mrs. Kulas. After the clbse of the business meeting a fine lunch was served by the hostess. Ed. Knoop from the. Golva vicinity and Herman Wo~ohn were business callers in this communit last Tues- day evening. C4ms. Kramer, Win. Frank Zeok finished their ~obs ot oats threshing last week. Mrs. Leonard ,Treater was hostess to the St. Paul s Ladies Aid last Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. ClarenCe Overstad from Beach and Mrs. Overstad's sis- ter and family were entertained at Dykins at supper ThUrsday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ueckert and son Darrell returned the latter tmrt of the week from Velva, bringing back Miss Grace Berg. sister of Mrs. Uecket~. She will spend a few weeks visiting here. Win. Ueckert was doing shopping in Sentinel Butte last Friday morn- tng. Win. Holler and Geno Evans shipped a carload of cattle to the markets fl'om Sentinel Butte Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Th~emke and family drove to Dickinson last Sat urday morning on business matters. TheY returned the same day. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ueckert and Miss Berg were callers at the Henry Helm home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Eddy Qualle and .family drove to Beach ~aturday af- ternoon to do shopping. Frank Dyking. Jr., le[t Sunday morning by bus for Fargo to attend the A. C. there the coming terl~. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kippley drove to Bismarck last Monday mornin~ taking their daughter Clara there to attend basin,s college. Mrs. Kenn~fh Kenner~herg was, a 'guest at the~ home of her parents the past week. Many from this vicinity attended the Mission Festival at St. Paul's church in Beach Sunday. Ervln Ueckert entertained a party of h'iends from Golva at supper on Sunday evening at Iris homo. fill- Garner News Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wassmann and I loyd and Leslie Howard, ~r. ann Mrfi. Ed Shq~n, Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Henrietta Shoe~ attended the Fair at Baker Wednesday. Roy. Lobb of Oillo visited at Fred Wassmann's Monday. Ed Sheen and boys and Leo Brown were Beach ,Hsitors Friday. Lloyd and Leslie Wassmann are employed at the Herman Bury home. Mrs. Ed Sheen entertained the. Sunshine Wednesday. Gus Burke was a visitor at Elmer Howard's Sunday, Mr. a~d Mrs. H. L. Babcock and" O SURGEON of Reeves building, Beach OFFICE PHONE 79 HOURS 9-12 and 1.~ RESIDENCE PHONE 29 AND BY APPOINTMENT I have a family called at the Fred Wassm~mn while wlthilttr parents, Mr. ~d Mrs. Iday ~hool and "everybne m tha~ v~ ~ome Saturday. ~:, John Bro~ I clnity is urged to come and bring Mrs. !F~ed Wassmann and family Mr. ann Mrs. Matt Teacher, ~r. [ their fM~ad~. ~ were dinner and su~pper guests at and Mrs. i~huck Moore. and fa~liy,[ ~ ....... Anlrew Kohler's Sunday. ~ and Mr. and Mrs. Van Horn motored I ..... T Luella and Leslie ,Howard visited to Beach Saturday. , ! TIRED, WOeN~u , at their home SundKy,: Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Lardy~- ana [ l~ ~[~ II I~ l ~I ~ II Mr. and Mrs. Carl Ofremba an~ family were business callers in Me- [ ~ ~ ~l[l~ son Danny called in Golva Saturday. dora Thursday. I -~ ~0 W m a n- The Strahon and Randash schools Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Brown andl ~ ~ w^---n ar~- open Monday with Ethel ~raus~ children were dinner and suppe~ ju~dra~4~n~gthem= teaching the Strahon and Edna Nel- guests at Ray Briers'. ] ~J~l selves around, all senteaching the Randash school. I Alvin Teacher is attending high~ ~~ tired out with peri: sc ~ o m Sentinel B tte I ~:~:~J~1~ " ~ ~" hould W. A. Mitchell was a caller at the] 1 o 1 " " u o~cwea~nessan~ ' n. lney s Fred ~rassmann home Wednesday. ] Dorothy Brier was a-caller at the ] ~~ ~:w that Lydia Adolph Johnson was a visitor at Lars Ness home Wednesday. I ~ E. Pinkham'sTab- the T. Vieland home Friday. ~~l~ll ] ~ lets relieve peri- WESTERHEIM SUNDAY SCHOOL ] .... odicpainsanddis- Kermit Sheen and Fred ~Vassma]m rL~TR nt~l~t~Fn.~ ~nt~ vt~RI comfort. Small size o~ly 25 cents; were Sentinel Butte callers Monday .......................... ~ Mrs. Dorsie Williams of Danville, ~ -Illl II Tlre Westerheim Sunday School re-} ~'*~'~'~'~*~'~ c, ently elected the following officers: [ Camel's Hump t Sup' -Miso Conley ] Assistant Sup't~Mrs. Talyor Cook ] ~--~--~.~~~~ [ Sec. -Treas.--Mrs. AI Allen l Mrs. Arvid Abraham returned toI Services are held at the Wester-[ her home in Beach last Sunday after lheim schoolhouse. It is a union Sur~- visiting several weeks with Mrs. Jess Houck. Irvln Heisley and son and Russell and Dermic O'Connor left for their homes last week after visiting with tile former's daffghter. Mrs. Howard Van Horn several days. Mr. and Mrq. David Davidson were dinner guests at I~rs Ness's on Wed- nesday. Marie Teacher has been working at the Peaceful Valley ranch near Me- dora for the past week. She came home Saturday eye,ring. Eleanor Bohn is visiting for a few days with her grandparents, 1Vh'. and Mrs. P. J. Lardy. 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Wt. 235 each MACHINERY 1 Fordson Tractor 1 Two.bottom 14" Tractor Plow, with Sod Breaker bottoms 1 Wbod Brothers Humming Bird Threshing Machine. 21" cylinder in good shape 1 16" Sulkey Plow with breaker bottom 1 14" Gang Plow 1 1-row Cultivator 1 10-ft. Drill 1 5-section 20-ft. Drag and Cart 1 Walking Cultivator 1 McCormick Deering 8-ft. Binder .... 1 Big 4 McCormick Mower 1 Hay Rake 1 6" Feed Mill 1 1 ~ h. p. McCormick Gas Engine 1 1925 Model T Ford Truck 1 1926 Buick Sedan in good running order 1 12-ft. Land Packer 1 Wagon with box 1 Wagon with rack I Galloway Cream Separator 200 ft. of New 7-8 in. Rope 300 bu. 2-row Seed Barley 150 bu. Seed Oats 150 bu. No. 1 Ceres Seed Wheat MISCELLANEOUS 3 55-gallon Steel Gas Barrels ..~ ,, 1 Art Garland Heating Stove 1 Home Comfort Cooking Stove 1 New 10-gal. Cream Can 1 Churn 2 Hand Corn Planters Many Other Things Too Numermts Te~ Mention Come-and hear the dew auctioneer. Bring your own cups for lunch. of Sale Cash Free