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Beach, North Dakota
September 21, 1950     Golden Valley News
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..+ THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 21, 1950 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. PAGE Chicago is visiting ,at ~he Quale ing for the little son of Mr. and Visil Here--- I 'home. Mrs. Leonard Job. The child died Visiting in Beach this week Mrs. Govert Swanson came ,at Denver, Colo., Wednesday, were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bal- SHELD-EXPERT, H. I. HOFFMANN o t, Minneapolis, Mlz~ from Kelso, Wash., to attend following an operation for a lard and children of Princeton, funeral services for her sister's tumor on his brain. Ill., and Mr. and Mrs. Harold will demonstraie, without charge his Rupittve Shields" ia husband. C. A. Anderson. Miss Betty Chaffee is here Ballard of DePue, Ill., who arriv- GLENDIVE -- HOTEL ]ORDKN were Glendive visitors Wednes- Mr. and Mrs. Frank ,Pri,byl of from Californi,a visiting her bro- ed Monday of this week, to stay Tuesday, September 26 day. Billings visited the latter's par- ther Don and wife and other several days. Donald is the son From 10 P~ M. to 3 P. I~L Please come early, Mr. Hoffmann sa~/al Mrs. Bertha Stipek is vacation- ents, Mr. and Mrs. John D. relatives and friends, of Clarence Ballard of Beach, and., "I have specialized in ihe field of Rupiure Correction since IW ing wRh her grandson, Donald Wood arriving Friday from .their Mr. and Mrs. James Jenning Harold is a brother of Jack and cmd personally fitted well over ten thousand cases. When ~dllful~ Peterson and family in Minne- wedding trip through Yellow- and ba.by from Helena, Mont., Clarence Ballard. apolis, stone Park. visited at the Ed Knoop home done mosl Rupture openings will contrac~ in a shot* time. K~ Miss Charlotte Dalt~orp re- ~,and with other relatives last Caplain Visits--- all you can go to work immediately withoul fear or pain. There many of my satisfied cuklomers right here in this community. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bold and signed her position at Knowlesweek. Captain Bruce Hathaway of Special lady ailendani for WOMEN and CHILDREN. Ask /or family were Sunday dinner Grocery and left Thursday morn- Mr. and Mrs. Don Welsh and Columbus, Ohio. visited his par- Hoffmann." guests at the Sig Pederson home. ing ~o visit her sister, Mrs. baby left Friday morning for ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hatha- Miss Frances E. Baker held Irvin Wiley and f.amily at Wyo- Columbia, Missouri, after spend- way, and his brother Don and CAUTION: It negle~odo rupture may cause weakness, l~ckcr,~l~ church services in Sentinel But- la Mont. before she leaves to ing their ~acation at the family, for 10 days here. leaving nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ru~ te Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don attend Bible School. 3arental homes here ,and in Friday morn~ing. He is wRh the which have returned after surgical operations or injection try, Knowles and children went to Mr and Mrs. Wm. Teeters left Glendive. Don received his mas- U. S. air force, but has been at- menis, axe especially invtied. "If you want i! done rigI~t, dont age Beach, where Don held services Friday for their home in Illinois. ter's degree in History and Poll- tending the University of Ohio periment. See HOFFMANN." If unable to see him at this time ad, at the Congregational Church.atler visiting hi'~ mother. Mrs. tical Science from the State Uni. at Columbus. dress: Mrs. Tom Quale's sister fromM. Teeters. versity at Missoula in August, HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. STATEMENT OF TREASURER'S ANNL1AL REPORT FOR PUBLICATION MIs. Nellie Bass w.as able to and spent last year working on Receipis In General Fund ~eturn to her ~home last week his Doctorate at the State+ Uni- 933 Andrus Building (Amounts Received by School District Treasurer between July 1, Minneapolis 2, Minn. 1949. and June 30, 1950} after being hspitalJzed at Beach' versity in Missouri" He plans tPARTSMAN A. Cash in Generat Fund On hands of District Treasurer Mrs. E. B. Sherman was host- continue his work there this end excluding Sinking Funds)July 1, 1949 ............. 2089.17 New Classified Ads Bring Quick Resultsl A.tl-I. Grand Total cash on hand and money credited to ess to the C. F. Ladies Aid at coming year. General Fund (Total of items A, AI, AII) as of July the club house Thursday .after- WANTED - 1, 1949 ............................................................ 2089.17 1. Total amount received during year from State noon. GO TO ACADEMY ' apportionment ....................................................................... 204.16 Tom Parker was taken by am- 2. Total amount received during year from County bu]~,.nce to the N. P. hospital in Mr. and Mrs. Fred Strobel and j b p apportionment ........................................................................ 10.22 daughter and vin Chea0 0 en at once, 3. Amount Received during year from State Equali- G]endive Saturday afternoon. zation Fund ................................................................................ Mrs. Dalbhorp was the inspir, dle drove to Harvey, N. D., Sun- Total of (a. b, c, d) .......................... : ............ ~. ......... ;. 860.80 5. Amount received during year from ~axes levied ation for a birthday party given day, taking several students to ) by District School Board (General Fund) ............ 3186.27 by her friends at her home tile Sheyenne River Academy ~rl~ [l~: it 6. Amount received during year from other Revenue Receipts ...................................................................................... Thursday afternoon. Fancy work ~here. Attending from ~here ,are Total of (a, b, c, d, e) ............................................. ;.. 8.40 was the diversion and a nice Orville and Roger Strobel, Rod- 11. Amount received from other non-revenue receipm J hn M C Refund ........................................................................................ 2.25 lunch w~as enjoyed before the ney Cheadle, La Donna Zempel, B. Total amount received by School Treasurer during the Flossie Stark, Gust Weibe, Doris 0 son otor o. year total of items 1 to 11 inclusive) ............................ 4272.10 pretty gifts were opened. C. Grand Total amount received by School District Mr. and Mrs. Roy Amunrud Lake, Rita Kannenberg, Mary Treasurer including cash on hand (Item AIII and Item B) ............................................................................ 6361.27 left Wednesday to take their Ann, .George and John Under- Beach, N. Dak. EXPENDITURES OF GENERAL FUND baby to Rochester. Minn.,forwood and Dorothy and Delores Amounis Paid Du~ing Year for the FollowLng Purposes medical attention. Schnardele. 1, General Control. (School Officers Salaries ......... $131.00 Expenses $33.05 .................................................. 164.05 A letter received by Mr. and 2.TextInstructinalBooks $64.12Service'Library(Teachers'BooksSalaries$40.43 Supplies$2723'70 ~'/rs.~ Albion Welsh from their Ask Your Neighbor $40.86 Teachers' Retirement Fund $200.00 Withhold- ~Oi~ Neal last week. says he is .=._ ing Tax tFederal/ $321.30 .............................................. 3390.41 in Korea, close tO the fighting 3. Auxiliary Agencies. (Transportation $225.00 Tuition $i35 00 ....................................................................................... 360.00 Une. 4. Operation of Plant. (Fuel $163.17 Light, Water, Mrs. Clem Parker, who was Gi Y Th F etc., $30.47 Janitor's wages $15.00 Supplies $28.86 237.50 ve ou c acts. 5. :Maintenance ,of plant. (Repairs to Buildings $411.08 a patient at the Beach hospital, Repairs to Equipment $43.39 ................. 454.47 was transferred to a hospital in~ 6. Fixed Charges [Insurance $47.50 Miscellaneous $5.00 ......................................................................................... 52.50 Billings last week. 7. Capital Outlay. (Equipment ........ , ~, .... 166.29 Mr. and Mrs. l~alph Page and I:) TotalAmount Paid During ~chool Year oy lmstrlc~ children from Bozeman visited Treasurer .................... ~ .... 4825.22 E. Cashon hand in General F~,nd as ~)f June 30. ~50 at the home of Mrs. Page's bro- (Item G., Treas. Report), ]ncludmg Cert. o~ 19e- =.... ther Simon Hazleton, last week. ~.~i.~,~.~, Sooner or later, every z::::.:.:..~: ,'.:?;...> ,,~...: .~: :~;~:.>::~ ..~,, :~ ~ . . U S ....... ...... : .......... good American family Our Estimate Is Free. - WAP, HANTS ISSUED v. They were enroute home from ":~:~+'*"~ ":~'-" ~:~+"~':~" arrants Is~ued. J',b" '. V.:'~, to June 30. 1,50 (Item ~ ....... Tennessee, where their daughter ..... U:Z........ :.o~~ wants to own a beauh- W Clerk's Annual Report) ......................... , ~zo.zzEloise graduated from Madison fully-designed, tonal- STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) County of Golden Valley9 ~ss College. Other visitors at the ~~( ]y-perfect piano to Delh,. School District No. . I do solemnly swear that to the best of mv knowledge and belief the Hazleton home were Mr. and ~~ [~.~ bring it joys of music, Our Work Is Guaranteed. within is a true a~d correct report of all moneys received and paid out by Mrs. Carpenter from Seattle, ~l~[~ll[ ~k~ and to grace its living me as School Treasurer. W. O, JANDT Wash., and the latter's sister, ~[[ ~[ room. Treasurer of Delhi School District No. 9. Elba (Kligora), and her has- li!]ll[~.~.~ As leading piano deal- Subscribed and sworn to before me this 25th day of July, 1950. band from Glendive. Mrs. Car- NATALIE J. ADAMSON penter, the former Minnie Kfi- ers in this area, we Sure To Get Our Free ~ora and her sister are cousins ~ ~ want to help you of Mr Hazleton's and were rals- select the best piano for yourmusical requirements . " and for your money---because we know that if we give ~ ed in the Haycreek neighbor- Estimate Before You hood. They also visited at the you top service and top value, you will tell your friends Meyer's homes. ~ ~ Funeral services were conduct- and thereby help us build our list of satisfied custom- W edby Rev. JohnLeahyat he krfSter years of experience, we are convinced that tLA E. I Sh ~_ i~a!~I catholic church Monday morn- Story & Clark Pianos are the best values in America t O today. We have a specially prepared book that gives wvvv v vvvv you the reasons why Story & Clark leads all others in N i'[( E! Drop us a card and we will mail this -------- - t .e.** book to yOU. It will help you select I $500 Cash P_rizes$500 ! TO a better piano for your home. The Friendly Store Any beef brand will qualify for this AND DICKINSON,,Homeof RCA andMUSICMagnavox Radios"St OP Phone 171-W Beach, N. D. sale. This sale is being held in conjunc- tion with the 4-H calf show and sale. When you want to ......................................... . ............ - SELL your farm, see Judging starts at 9 a.m. Barney Piesik. Sale Starts 1 p.m. When you want to BUY a farm, see Reservations suggested Barney Piesik. / 1 iile East of Wibaux, on Highway 10 4 We will accept calves for sale all day September 30. When you need a LOAN on your farm, Special Horse Sale Sate, Oct. 7 See Barney Piesik. At his office, WESTERN LIVESTOCK CO. INC. Beach, N. Dak. Dickinson, N. Dak. ~vNF" ~ ~F~ "~ ~P" ~F" ~ ~ ~ "~ ~r HERE'S WHAT YOU GET! 'O carlb~0~ ~vwhad lell coil and condenser, lell vellage conllol clean fred pump bowl ant check engine compIressloll air cleaner " dean and adlust 41 check monlfold heal -'+ "0+ " t By tell ba~hlry @ normalize englne tighten head and manifold clean fermlnal9 bolts clean or replace end ad]eil lash va|vel disMbulor points check d|sMbutor ro~o+ 41 adjust carburetor idle and cap tiphten hole conmlctlon$ .,he*kignltlon ..... edv~l.lend .... .nd'm,.eadit/gl~nbe[~ DUTTON and HIS timing "LIMITED TIME ONLY DRIVE '" ,o,,... and EVES ~pedd This Month ] ;ot. the crowds who come to hear this tales~ed band leader play your Beach, N. f..'o.,e ,,',,m of REGULARLY Om d lag Is open eWWlr 44T f: a 6 m. to 2 u. ostv tm you'll Rud out why Is a for those who Wm food. :i Wibaux- News-! children attended a wed- l ding at Sun Valley Sunday after- noon. Mx. and Mrs. Seaman Sher- man and son, Mrs. Alda Han- .... ---- - .... sen and Mrs. E. B. Sherman Mr. and Mrs. Tony Barthel were business visitors in Beach Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Simon Hazleton and son autoed to Glendive Sat- urday afternoon. Matthew Anderson came from :Minneapolis, Thursday, called here by the death of his brother Claude. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lund. were Beach visitors Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Bailey and children autoed to Glendive Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Scammon