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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 21, 1950     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH. N. D. PAGE THREE THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1950 \ V.S 7:30 22 A1 m Langberg of Portland. an old friend of Mrs. Kennedy's, Mrs. Ed. Gentry and husband of Wallace, Idaho, who are enjoy- ing .an extended trip to the east coast. Duane A,bleiter who spent ,the summer months visi~ting at the Ore., stopped in town a short Ed Cook, Cecil Tangen and Jesse time Thursday enroute to his Phillips homes returned Wednes- home from St. Paul where bhe day to his home in Maryland. had gone to get a car. He was met in Beach by his wife and they will visit there for a while. Mrs. Ray Zinsli was hostess to a group of boys and girls at 'her home Wednesday in honor Of her son Jerry's 16th birth- day. Mrs. Paul Wyckoff and Pauline left Monday for Duluth Minn,, to visit her mother and a sister and family. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Kennedy ;enjoyed a visit last week wLth Mrs. ale Omley and Mrs. Laur- ence K'irkpatrick entertained the LuVheran Ladies at the church parlors Thursday after. noon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinholtz arrived Friday from Perham. Minn.. to visit at the parental Art Reinholz home. :,,Irs, Clara Wagner was host- ess 1,o the Study Club members. at their firt meeting of the .eason,. at her home Tuesday evening. Roll call was answered with a curren~ event After the Deadline For Game [submitted. [ business meeting Mrs. Edna In Lockers Passes i Bids must be based on F. O. i Sanders led a round-table dis. B. Beach, N. D., with delivery cus.~ion on her medical ciscover- September 1 was ,the deadline date ,as soon as possible, and ies. for removal of upland g~me must be filed with t,he under- Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Allen and birds from lockers throughout Clara May and Mrs. John Brown the state, according to Game signed on or before the above left Monday for Rochester, and and Fish Commissioner H. R. named date. at.her Minnesota fl>oints. Einar Waldal returned to his work near Forsyth, Mont., after spending a two week's vacation at his home here. This commun'ity was shocked and grieved to learn of the death of Howard Van Horn at the Beach hosiptal Saturday fol- lowing several ,heart attacks earlier in the week. F~nneth and Dean Honnold left Wed., for Grand Forks, where they will attend the University this year. Lois Honnold and Matt Lardy are attending the Dickinson Teacher's College, wh'ile Russell Wischow left for Fargo lo attend ,his fourth term at the A. C. Ilmm CIVIL SERVICE JOBS OPEN AT GARRISON Several civil service positions are available at the Garrison damsite. Riverdale, as announc- ed by the board of U. ,S. civil .... service examiners at Ft. Lin- coln in Bismarck. Jobs open are railroad brake- Carlyle, Montana I man, $1.35 hourly; policeman, $2900 annually, and police sup- 1 2tp ervisor, $3125 :a year. ~~ ~ ~ Applications will be received by the board until the close of ~~ business December 12. Furl~her information may be obtained from that office, or from any first or second class postoffice in '~ \'i ~I J~'~'~t -~ ' ~ the state~ __ Have New Daughter-- ~, .... A baby daughter, named Di- ~.~~~J '~:~ a ne LaDe l, weighing 6 pounds 3 ounces, joined the Floyd Wilson family August 29, at the Dal,v Memorial hospital in Hamilton, Hew laundering and Di hwashing Machines Mont.THE Golden Valley Ncws You'll get plenty of hotter water with this ,The new Servel Ball-Type Gas Water Heater gives you hot water service at its very best. The Sel:vel is the ultimate in speed, economy and efficiency. The unique copper-ball rust free tank assures extra years of service. Remember... with Gas, the clean blue'flame, you get more hot water-faster for less. Entered as Seeno C~as~ matter a~ the Postofflce at Beach. North Dakot~ October 7, 1936, under the Act o~ March 3, 1~97 A Weekly l~Ibllshed Every Thursday WALTER R. BRATTO~ Editor - Publisher SUBSCRIPTION RATES One Year ........ ~.M %ix Months ....... I.M Morgan. The deadline also ap- plies to venison. After that date, game arid venison found in pos- session is subject to confisca- tion and violators to prosecu. tion. Season on most upland game opens October 6, and deer Nov- ember 10. These were the recon- mend,ations drawn up by the state game conference recently, and signed by Governor Aandahl last week. The committee re- ports that it is well satisfied with its work. The complete text of the gov- ernor's hunting proclamation can be found elsewhere in ,this issue. CALL FOR BIDS The City Coundil of Beach, N. Dak., will receive sealed bids up to the hour of 8:00 o'clock P. M., Tuesday, September 26th, 1950, on t.he following equip- ment: One new ligh,t tractor equ'ip- ped with an 8 ft. Power Sweeper, also a hydraulic controlled front loader (Gravel scoop at- }achment on loader). Bids must contain a complete description of tractors and equipment on which bids .are Prevent Common Colds w u :::~ . m~ :!i!h::: o i!!! H, AVAILABLE AT To address 11Lthi~ Nca'MS ]DmIN4~ co..... Sleight's City Drug Montana: o -dd.ea.s o. d. o, J Beach, N. Dak. One Year ......... $3.(~ IL On Display Here's faster, easier ironing than you've ever thought poE. sible---and you sit down while you ~ron! The General Electric Auto- rustic Rotary Ironer gives you Hi ,I I i i The City Council reserves the right ~o reject any or all bids. Bids to be opened at 8 o'colck P. M., Sept. 26th. 1950. Dated at Beach, N. Dak., this o'clock P. M., Sept. 26th, 1950. C, O. HALVORSON, City Auditor. (Sept. 14 - 21) P. E. O. TOSPONSOR RUMMAGE SALE P. E. O. ladies will hold their annual rummage sale Septem. ber 29 and 30. The sale will take place at the Legion hall, and a variety of usable articles will be offered at nominal prices. Write From Washington-- Greetings to old friends in Golden Valley county were re- ceived this week from Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wassman of Tacoma, Wn. In their letter they said they look forward ~o receiving the paper, wit,h news of their ac- quaintances here. n r Fish In Canada--.. I Paul Drake of the local Man- tans-Dakota Utilities left last Wednesday for an indefinite fishing trip in Saslcatehewan, at a lake near Regina. With him were Dick Hampton of Glendive, Russel DeSchaun of Sidney and ale Amundsen of Glendive. I On Western Trip-- Mr. and Mrs. William Ueckert and Mr. and Mrs. F. ~', S~hmel- ins left Shis Monday on a trip which will take them to points in Oregon. Washington and Ida- ho. The couples plan to be gone from two ~o three weeks. results you'll be preud of. Wonderful for shirts, for sheets --for ~ny kind of ironing. Choice of hand or knee control. z6-inc'h r Ml, single speed. Fold~ into handy cabinet. O ~AERVEL'S EXCLUSIVE BALL-TYPE TANK Hurry in soon for a free demonstrationl OgEN$ OF #$E$1 Keep It in the Glove Tucks Away in Corn partment of Car Women's Purse "~~~ e\ ., .. ~. Fits ;n Man's Pocket Use at Home . . . Save on Handkerchiefs Oeoeeeeeeeeooeaeeoeoeeooeeooeooe WHILE THEY LAST 5% MORE AND Reg. 79c Chrome-Plated Jet 'O $ DEFLECTOR :;-: :.:: ::: :'" :. R h010 Firestone Air Chief TABLE l 0 Amazing Value at e o b Firestone Electric Roaster Reg. 36.95 Down To 29.95 With New Automatic DE-FROST-IT! Applied on Sound Tire Bodies or on Your Own Tires Hunting Supplies Shells - Guns Thermos Kits and Lunch Boxes NEW ALL- TIME LOW PRICE! Firestone DeLuxe FIBER SEAT C0VEj 6.00-16 AND YOUR OLD TIRE We will have Hunting Licenses F, N "THE COMMUNITY TO SERVE