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Beach, North Dakota
September 21, 1939     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, SEPT. 21st, 1939 _ _. ,m lit THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE tl SENTINEL BUTTE I~flWLqlflfllflml~DflHlllll,~U Ul]lUHll]Hlli',l[lilil!![lliil!i~i!~tll~;t~!ztlI~',i[~'!!lN Mrs. Harry Huseby was a Dickin- son caller on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Olson were visitors in town on Thursday. Mrs. Olson attended the ladies aid at the chuch. Lawrence Gobel left Friday after- noon by bus for Moscow, Idaho where he will attend school this term. Law- rence has completed two years cf work at the Dickinson College and will fin- ish at the Idaho school. Mrs. W. J. Dixon and Mrs. Vlc John- con were callers in town Friday. They were also Beah callers the same day. Lawrence Lamire was a visitor in town on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Uetz and Charles returned to their home on Friday after a three weeks visit with relatives in Wisconsin. Harry Olson was a caller in town on Saturday morning. I Orville Dodge and Rodney Shoen1 came up from Dickinson on Friday toI epend the weekend at home. They re-I turned on Sunday to attend school 4at the college. Mr. Robert Coutts of Beach was a business caller in town on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehis returned from their trip to the Black Hills and othe points in S. Dak. They were ac- companied by a nephew who will spend i a~out three weeks with the Nehls be- fore returning to his home in S. Dak. Matt Tescher and Fred Gobel were business visitors in Beach on Friday Mr. Nordin and Gladys and Mrs. ~Icknell attended the Ladies aid at the church on Thursday. Miss Hflda Waldahl spent the week end at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Howard VanHorn were 'Visitors in town on Thursday. Mrs. Norman Hougse attended th~ Lutheran Ladies Aid on Thursday. I~ster Dempsey left Friday morn- for Grand Forks where he will ~roll at the University for the c~m- tr~ term. Mr. Johnson and Albert Gallus of Medora were callers in town Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehls took Fred Oobel to his home on Thursday. Mr. OObel has been staying at the Nehls home during their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huseby have ~lobed into the apartment above th~ Drug Store. Hllda Waldahl and Mrs. Vic Carl- on were Beach callers Friday after- 2loon. Miss Mary McPherson left Friday I ~orning for Grand Forks where she "Will attend school at the University. Waldahl were gueats of Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. Victor Thompson of Beach was Emil Kunick on Sunday afternoon. caller in town on Saturday. . The occasion being little Eugenia Kun- Mrs. F. D. Waldahl and Mrs. Gus lcks birthday. Tlmboe entertained the ladies of th~ Eu-ene England left on Tuesday for Lutheran Aid at the church on Thurs-~_ s.= ..... .... his home in r~ortlano Ore., after tay afternoon A very delicmus lUnCh .......... ' _. __' . _ . ~pcnulng ~ne pas~ mree weeks visit- vas servea vy me hostesses. 'ing with friends here and at Wibaux. Mrs. Margaret Boisen and Eleanor Mr and Mrs. Ralph Kirkpatrlck and Were Dickinson callers on Friday. sons spent Saturday and Sunday at Mrs. Margaret LaMlres is enjoying New England visiting with Mrs. Kirk- it visit with a sister-in-law, Mrs. Hardy patrlcks sister and family. Of Wisconsin. Mr. John Malone was a Dickinson Visitor on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lowman and Mrs. Grimes of Westerheim were cal- lers in town on Saturday. Neff Hogoboon and Fred Smith pent Sunday in the Badlands. Dorothy Wosepka spent Saturday arid Sunday at her home south of town. Mike Lardy and Philip were callers hi town Monday. Mrs. Art Reinholz and family left Thursday for Wapheton where Fred will attend school this year. They re- turned on Sunday. Ray Zinsli was a Dickinson visitor on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Theopolis Kunick, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Kunick, Mrs. O]ga Lardy and Marion and Mrs. Bert Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gigstad had as their gutsts on Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. 'Otto Petersllle and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ted Rink and children. ! A number of relatives and friends were entertained at the Matt Tescher home on sunday evening. The occas- ion being Mr. Teschers birthday. Thoge present were Mr. and Mrs. Math Deck- er and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zin- Q THE RIGHT COMBINATION OF THE WORLD'S BEST TOBACCOS GIVES ie[cls REFRESHING MILDNESS BETTER TASTE MORE PLEASING AROMA National Champions In Rifle Drill... The Newton LeSion Guards are a sure-fire hit because of their right combination of precision, snap and smart appearance and every Chesterfield you smoke is a sure-fire hit for More Smoking Pleasure. sli, Mr. and Mrs. Nistler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Theisen, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Tescher and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maus Mr. and Mrs. Marr Reimer and 'children and Mrs. C. Moore were cal- lers in town on Monday. I See the sKY RIDERS in Beach on Saturday, September 23. Ten free rides; prizes will be dropped from the Mrs. Alice Kramer returned last week from Michigan, where she spent the summer for her health. Lester Vinquist returned last weeg to Los Angeles, Calif., after visiting his parents and family. His brother, Howard accompanied him for a visit. Our U. B. pastor, Rev. Beffa, ac- companied by Mrs. L. H~, Mr& Kramer, Mrs A. J. Nellermoe and son Orville were making get acquainted calls in our community on Wednesday. Nellie Gifford has returned home after having been employed at the Art Krammerer home for sometime. Mrs. J. E. Metcalf is now residing in Beach in order to send her son Don- ald to high school. A very large crowd attended the church services at Trotters on sundaY. Rev. Beffa preached'a very inspiring serrdon. There will be Sunday school at 2:00 p. m. and church at 3:00 p. m. on October 1. All are urged to attend. I Win. Kippley arnved home from Minneapolis Saturday morning driving a new 1940 Nash sedan which he pur- the things that go towards the making of smoking pleasure at its best. This is because Chesterfield blends the very finest of American and aromatic Turkish tobaccos in a combination that brings out the best qualifies of each. When you try them we believe you will say... .j ~ ,I 6 or 8 exposure films dev. and print- ed for ~Se. Reprints 3c each. 24 hour service. Welch Studio. Beach tfe The free coffee and doughnuts that were served by the Palace Care last Saturday celebrating the remodelling of their restaraunt drew a good crowd. Miss Maylou PomerOy of Glendive was a vlaltor in ~each on Saturday morning, coming down to have dental work done In our city. Have Leather patches put on the elbows of your Sweaters at Gilman's Shoe Shop. Assorted colors. Price 35c. Miss Carrie Wltztg left Friday morn- ing of this week for Chicago where she will be an instructor in the schools there this year. Miss Witzig was a week late for her duties because of an auto accident but had recuperated considerabley from her injuries before leaving. Mr. AI. Feragen has moved into the Noble Rooming house making the change last week. See the SKY RIDERS in Beach on Saturday, September 23. Ten free rides: prizes will be dropped from the planes by parachutes, chased from Roy Halstead of this city. planes by l~arachutes. It's HARD b tell.., but EASY to p/ok a winning oil yOUR chances of picking the future World's Heav~- weight Champion, while he is still in kindergarten, ate about as good as your chances of holding the win- ning ticket in the Irish Sweepstakes. All ring history proves that no method of sdection can predict which boy today is the winning fighter of tomorrow. But when you want a winning oil for your motor. you don't have to depend on second-sight or premoni- dons - you needn't be a lucky guesser. You have definite knowledge to guide your choice. Here it is: To do away with all doubt, the great Phillips refining organization makes this straightforward statement. Frankly and without reservations. If you want our best oil, remember we specify that Phillips 66 Motor Oil is our finest quality.. the highest grade and greatest value. among all the oils we offer. Yes sir, many things are hard to tell, but you can easily pick a winning oil. Just ask for Phillips 66 Motor Oil at the Orange and Black 66 Shield. OTOR GILMAN OIL CO. Copyright t999, Llo~n'T & M~ TOB~o C~ '~31b" Zeller and Coach Thomas of ~ Emil Vukelic has purchased the Baker, Mont., were up Friday after- 'lnew 1940 Plymouth to be sold in this noon to take In the Beach vs Hetthlg- ~communlty this year making the de~ er football game and then spent the IThursday of this week with the Logau e/en_ing here visiting friends.IAuto Service. New Seats--- Air.Conditioned FRIDAY- SATURDAY Saturday Matinee at 2:30 p. m. "Spoilers of the Range" Cast: CHARLES STARETT, IRIS MER- EDITH. These westerns always please. The Sons of the Pioneers offer good songs. Comedy - News Sunday- Monday- Tuesday MATINEE SUNDAY AT 2:30 P. M. "SUN NEVER SETS" Cast: BASIL RATHRONE, DOUGLAS FAIRBANKS Jr., VIRGINIA FIELD, BAR- BARA O'NIEL, C. AUDREY SMITH. This is a stupendous production rating 4 A's Comedy Wednesday-. Thursday "Good Girls Go To Paris" Comedy Cast: JOAN BLONDELL, MELVIN DOU- GLAS, WALTER CONNOLLY, JOAN PER- RY. Columbia brings these stars together again and fans are assured of an enjoyable film. Comedy