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September 19, 1935     Golden Valley News
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BEACH RADIO SHOP Announces New 1936 Radios By the following leading manufacturers: GENERAL ELECTRIC~ R.C.A. VICTOR ATWATER KENT L-TATRO .xe is a set for every purpose and to fit every purse. reception is guarantee~i with these all-wave There are many new features in radio this year tubes is only one of the leaders. You are to drop in and listen to GSD, London, Eng- and other far-away lands. are as low as $19.99 for the AC sets and $29.95 in the battery sets. All sets are guaranteed and serviced free of charge for one year. low prices on Radiotron tubes--frJe tube testing Eveready Super B Battery 486 .......................... : $2.25 Eveready Heavy Duty 570 ................................... $1.45 Eveready Ordinary 572 ............................................... $ .98 4~ Volt C Battery ............................................................ $ .25 22~ Volt C Battery ........................................................... $ .75 Have your set put in first class condition, now! Radio Shop Headquarters for'Everything In Radio JESSE A. STILL and " Mrs. C. E. Fuller and Gayle returned Sunday or- from Helena, after an extend- visit in various Montana I, Dr. Fuller left on Monday for Pierre, S. Dak. Their Meredith left Tuesday for Fargo.-where she has employment in a ladies shop. weather man says that Old will soon be here. Is protected? Fill the radtatol Eveready-Prestone at the price of $2.70 per gallon, Bros. Superservice. S12tf I. Knezevtch l~t Sund{ly for Forks where he will attend the coming term: GoodWin Thompson enter- Glendiye:,hOspital and theq'e removed, IIe returned [ Yesterday afternoon Mrs. E. A. Nyman add Mrs. ~ratt Johnson en- tertaineff at three tables of bridge in honor of Mrs, Jerry Caldwell of St. Paul. The American Legion AuxiliaiT is sponsoring an apron and food sale at the Miller & Wieting store on Saturday, Sept. 2Sth. On Saturday evening Mrs. C. G. Ellinger gave a six o clock dinner for her Sunday School class at her home. In addition to the dinner, a surprise shower was given for Mar- etta Edison, she receiving many pretty and useful gifts. The evening was pleasantly spent in playing games. Ahneda Giber(son returned to MIs- soula, where she now has employ- men. last week Wednesday morning after a short visit here. Her si~ter Grace returned with her. Mrs. Clara Jones pleasantly ~ur- prised friends here last Wednesday evening when she arrived from Minn- eapolis for a few days' visit. From here she went to Amidon to visit sister, and then returned to lier home in Minneapolis. Mrs. Jones yesterday, formerly operated what is now Palace Mr. and Mrs. T. L Dick- ~ ....... o,.~_..~c ~.~^. drove to Mandau whTsei M~l~;~:/y K~:h'a~n~le~t last week ,vea- is ha lng her to s'ls " nesday for Fargo Where he will at. t tend the Agricultural College thi,~ ld Sutter is here aftertyear some time on the coast andt Mrs Hattie Sno})k and MarvJo points, from north of Wibaux visited her for the Rexall One Cent Sale Woodward Dr~g Co. ~ttended meeting of Sun- was held Tuesday night, b~fng th~ presence of Junior Deacon H. O. Pippin and Mr. Hutchlson, of Masonic Service and A fine 6:30 dinner jn'e- tile meeting. Past Matrons 'club sponsored ~ card party at t~de Ma- tast night that was friend. Mrs. Louise Benson, Sunday afternoon. A fine baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs., Obert Peterson September llth. Word was received b-om James Stone, Howard Davis, Robert Carl- son and Jim McGee early this week that they had arrived in California in record time, having a pleasan.t trlp and no trouble along the way. - Miss Lucille Van Eaton of Sentinel Butte has been visiting friends in Beach several days this week. .YOU'LL WANT WARMER WEATHER It On Tap For A Brisk Fall Day! It won't be long before cool fall days will make you wish for a little August weather while you drive. Bring your old car heater to us; let us clean and check it, or, better yet, trade it in on, a new modern hot water heater that will make fall and winter driving a pleas- ure. Types Installed as Low as $9.95 Q rile BEACH REVIEW Look Your' Best.... FOR FALL Parties and Dances With a new wave - $2.50 to -5.00 -- a facial - 50c -- or a nmnicure and arch - 35c -- and a new type of faL hair dress. The Palace Beauty Shop Stanley Wallace spent the pas( week at tbe E. A. Stoddard home north of Beach. A very pleasant time was enjoyed at the Ronaid Johnston borne on Sunday evening when a number el: friends held a housewarming party and shower for Mr. and Mrs. Johnston. The diversion of the ev- ening was a treasure hunt which provided lots of fun, and later -~n excellent lunch was served. State's Attorney A. M. Kuhfela spent the forepart of the week at Hettinger on business, and also at- tended a Lion's meeting at Mott. Mrs. Jud Goodman has returned to her home at Pientywood. Montana, after visiting here for two weeks with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Over- stad. Her husband came after her by car taking Mrs. Goodman, sort Gibson and daughter Judith Ann back. Life Foi Your Motor Car! Q We HaveThe Beeman's Top Cylinder Valve Oiler and Gas Saver Combination i i Increases Gasoline Mileage From 15 Percent To 40 Percent FITS ALL MAKES OF CARS J Money Back Guarantee Absolute Satisfaction or Your Money Back IN STOCK AT Mrs. Jess Gordon stopped off hereI Mr. and Mrs. Charles Michels and last week for a short visit at the tMrs. Frank Mlchets returned from a Irving Gordon home north of town, I trip to the East .Tuesday night. Tile. n " i iJ she bet g on her way home to Bls-l ladies had been visiting relatives] marck from the west. [for some time, Char[to going down[ Mr. and Mrs. Will Woodward or Mrs. Metcalf of Trotters spent the It bring them back. While there he [Jamestown were Sunday guests aft day in l~each Tuesday. [purchased a new' Dodge pick-up, l the Harry and Allen Woodward Mrs. C. I. Cook entertained the] Roy Prell and A1 Matchet from lhomes. Social Hour at her home on Tuesday Oakdale. Wls.. friends of Mrs. B. I Mr. and Mrs. IIerbert Nichols and afternoon. J. Benson, paid her a pleasant visit Is your car going to be the one Saturday afternoon, being entente to with the leaky radiator after the first Washington and California for tho hard frost? Fill ttie radiator now with I winter. Eveready Prestone at the new Io~ [ Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Swanson are price of $2.70 per g~llon Davis Bros. [parents of a 10~-1b. baby boy, born Superservice. S12tf t on MondaY. The Corbetl Howard Gara ~5 little Jeannie Moore of Dickinson were guests of Mrs. E. E. Noble on Sunday. w t " u~ Mrs. Jerry Cald ell of S . Pa is visiting her sister, Mrs. C. O. Carlson. She is enroute back ~ St. 'Paul after attending the recent na- tional P. E. O. convention in Yel- lowstone Park. Can you imagine getting 3 full 25e size tubes Rexall Tooth Paste for only 26c? It's only one of" the man~ bargains of the Rexall One Cent Sale. Woodward Drug Co. Mrs. Leonard Algufre is on the sick list. Remember the date, Sept. 29fh, for the Albrecht fur exhibit at the Style Shop. S-19-1t lilt- ., v ,.. iJ 1 '| ATTEND ZONE CONFERENCE A group consisting of Lions' Dist. rict Governor AI. Kuhfe]d, Harry Rice, Mark I~vgren, ]~each presidOff Roy Johnson. Carl Halvorson and Steve Knezevieh attended the Bis- marck Zone Conference of tAChs clubs which was held at New Salem last Wednesday evening and report a most enjoyable meeting, TIiey made the trip in Harry Rice's car. GIRL WANTED---General house. work and care of sick: person. Pos- sibJe trip to Californla. Inquire Mrs. J. G. Peall. Sl9-1tp FOR SALE--Library table. Inquir~ 1 y FOR A A, AND L L spicing.E Never before have we been" able to offer such tremendous savings! Save Safely at the RICE DRUG CO. ] at Review, 2t Saddle Butte , SAL -- O a, oner corn Your Nyal Drug Store Mrs. J. S. Rathbun and baby, who[ ~ Miss Ruth Smith, who has been have been at tbe Benson lmme for[visiting at the T. E. Hudson hom~, the past few weeks, went home on the past three months, returned yev- Sunday afternoon. ~terdaY morning to her home In Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Alton are the ~Osage, Iowa. parents of a 792-1b. b~by girl, bornI The Johnson Motor Co. reports on Monday, Sept. 16. /that iu the last few days they have G. Gilbertson left last Thursday sold new Ford %8's to the followqng. Rudolph Ramstad, J. W. Gardner. C. G. Ellinger, R. F. Samuels and Albert Klein. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Woodwar~ have returned from their recentWd:st coast trip which took them to Spo- kane, Seattle and Portland-and many in field. R. P. Samuels. fix I~OR SALbJ--Philco automobile ra- dio. $20.00. S. F. :Dye, Beach. 2t-p GIRL WANTED for general house- work. Must be farailiar with children. Inquire at Review office. S12-tf Board aud room for high schoo~ students. Very reasonable. Inquire first house south of high schOol on west side of street. ~ ~12~2tp, MEN WANTED for P~Wleiglz routes lnBlllings and Slope eounti~, Write,today. Raw2eigh Co,, DePt. NDI-12-SB~ Minneapolis, Minn. Ocl~ Learn Auto Mechanics, Electricity, Acetylene and Electric W~ Diesel. Motor. catalog.' HANSON Box I?80-X, Fargo; N. D. CHIMNEYS CLEANED---S3.00 for office buildings, $2.00 for residences. Call Review office'. SJtf VAN BRUNT JOHN DEERE drills are better and last longer. Last spring Van Brunt drills could not be bought on aecoun~ of the great de- mand. If you don't believe it, ask Jim Hardy. the Michels Bros. and dozens of others. Bismarck had 7000 Van Brunt orders that could not be filled. More Van Brunt drills are sold than 3 other makes com- bined. There is a reason. The Tat- Icy Implement Co.,' Ollie. Carlyle,;~ and Golva. 8fltf WANTED~Cook at the Valley Hotel. !~)2 keeper in home with two Hugh Cimffee, Wibaux, 133. for an extended trip to various Minn- esota points and 6n to Chicago. He expects to return about Oct. I. VAN BRUNT JOHN DEERE drills are better and last longer. Last spring Van Brunt drills could not be bought on account of the great de- mand. If you don't believe it, ask Jim Hardy, the Mlchels Bros. and dozens- of others. Bismarck had 7000 Van Brunt orders that could~ not be filled. More Van Brunt drills are sold than 3 other makes com- bined. There is a reason. The Tat- ley Implement Co., Ollte, Carlyle and GoIva. . SStf Mrs. J. C. Butter field spent, a few days visiting her grandaughter, Meredith Fuller, who left Tuesday for Fargo. J. C, and Ward Butterfield have iiuished their threshing, excepting J. C. who has some millet to hresh l He is wearing a broad smile as his grain turned out much better than he expected. Floyd Hobbs, Olaf .'Ygbraham and Ward Butterfleld are' threshing for the former this week. 1111 Kamakura, Japan For three centuries, from 1180 to L4SJ, Kamakura was the capital of Ja- pan and the seat of culture. The feu- dal system had its start, in the Sev- enth century, when tlle population was divided into agriculturists and soldiers. but the shogun and samurai system're~ cetved its greatest development when the class of Bushi, the warriors, rose and shaped that system of government to rule Japan until the middle of tile Nineteenth century. Kamakura is a fashionable seaside resort, with pleas- are seekers roaming ~)ver the ground where the bold samurai fought their battles for honor and for glory. I!ll. Plant Refreahes Thlr~ty The old oaken bucket has Its coun- terpart in a plant wl~ich grows in barren stretches of Madagascar. Called the "traveler's tree," the plant con- tains water In its large sheathing leaf bases. It has refre~bed many a thh'sty wanderer. other points of ~nter~. ~hey saw quite a number of former Golden' Pal- = ' " ley people while out there, and they report mz all-around good trip. The many friends of Duane Roherts will be sorry to hear that he has been taken to tile Dickinson hospital for further treatment of the burns he recently received on his legs. AUCTION Sat., SepL 21 2:00 O'CLOCK P. M. I will sell one s 1 at the Red Trail Sentinel Butte, CHRIS Van Brunt John Deere Drills | Are better and last longer. Last spring Van. Brunt drills could not be bought on account of the great demand. If you don't "believe it, ask Jim Hardy, the Michels Bros., and dozens of others. Bismarck had 7000 Van Brun~ orders that could not be filled. More Van Brunt drills are sold than 3 other makes combined. There is a reason. i Tatle) Implement Co. ~, Ollm. (;olva