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VOLUME 2 The Golden Valley News And THE BEACH REVIEW And THE BEACH ADVANCE BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1938 NUMBER 51 Big .t y Sat Free Communl Auction urday Church Conven- Beach, Glendive Elevens Battle To tion To Be Held 13-13 Deadlock Here Next Week I Local Team Goes To Sidney For The Southwestern Association of Game This Week; Close Con- I congregational Churches will be enter- test Is Expected tained by the local Congregational (By Special Correspondent) Opening up a scoring attack in the first quarter th~at netted them a total of thirteen points, the local grid team opened the current football season with a hard earned 13 to 13 tie with Glendive. Beach's first score came when Rex Glinva~ raced around left end for fifty yards shortly after the game had open- ed. The try for extra point failed. Glendive again received and soon had to punt. Chuck Meredith made a brilliant run back~wl~h the punt and after a series of line plays Jack Lyons crashed through the center of the line for the'second touchdown. Vernon ]~athaway scored the extra point. In the .~second quarter Olendive's qmd runs 'started clicking which re- mllted in a touchdown soon after the of the quarter but they failed to e~onvert the point which made the ~core at half time 13 to 6 in favor of Olendive again scored in the third quarter making the extra point which ended the scoring for the day. Towards the end of the last quarter it looked as if Beach might agai~ 8trlke pay dirt when they roll2d up three first downs in succession to take the ball inside of Glendive's twenty iYard line but they thenlost the b~:l When Glendive intercepted a pass. Much credit should be given to the Glendive boys inasmuch as the most of them had played against Circle the day before when they came out on the long end of ~, 38 to 6 score. On the other had the local boys are deserving of some applause as they did not have to ~esort to unsportsman-like play to earn heir share of the tie. Olendive used the blygest share of three teams while Coach Seviand did ome substituting but lack of men and weight prevented some from sea- lag action. All of the members of the local elev- en played a good game with Rex Oil- an and Harold Halstead turning in the best defensive showings. The lineup was as follows: Beach position Olendive Carlson " LE Schrumph church on Thursday and Friday, Sept. 29-30. The features of greatest interest to the public will be the addresses and forums conducted by the Rev. Thomas Tripp, Director of the Town and Coun- try Department of the Congregational Christian churches of the United States. Mr. Tripp is a real engineer in community and church organization. He was raised on the farm, as pastor of rural churches he got acquainted with their problems and learned how to solve many of them, in his present position he travels all over the natic~ in the interest of country and small town churches. His main address will be on Thursday evening when he will speak on "A Religion of Redeml~Im~ in a Time of Social l~evolution." The evening meeting will start at 7:30. He will also ~onduct a ~ at 1:45 on Thursday ~afternoe~ on the subject: "Re church in Town and Country,/' A Forum or address on Friday morn- ing at 10:45 on "How can the RurL1 ~httrch reach Rural People. On Thurs= ~lay ,afternoon at 1:30 and Friday afterr noon at 1:00 thre will be music from outside of Beach. The public is invited to attend all the meetings from 10:30 Thursday morning to 2:30 Friday afternoon. .~c =v~isslol=ary Society will serve a ~pper at 6:30 Thursday evening, and ~e Unlt~d Brethren Missionary So- Aety will serve a noon on Friday to ~t~h of which the public is also invit- ed. Wicka LT Halstead LO Lovell C Marmon RO Mlchels RT RE M~ith x QB Gilman HB HB Hathaway FB Next Friday Beach travels to Sidney ~o play what looks to be one of the "toughest on this years schedule. Midway Tavern Announces Many Attractions: Soon Managers Andy Kinney and Ray Carpenter of the Midway Tavern, lo- cated five miles west of Beach on highway No. 10, announce that they are having another free dance this coming Saturday night, Sept. 24th, toI which everyone is invited. Then on Sunday night, Sept. 25, they have booked as a special attrac- tion Joe Fejfar and his band, who {specialize in Bohemian, German and Rettinger modern music, ~,nd who have been Mullet I heard consistently over radio station Darve'WNAX at Yankton, S. D. Colbrese I Next week Wednesday, Sept. 28th, Boyd they are going to have a ~xg free old Featherstone time dance and fiddlers contest, in Brown llwhich such fiddlers ~s Olif Baxthol- Colbreseiomew, Henry Allen, Carl Moen and B. Kennedy i others whose names we have not yet Unruh I learned will compete for prizes. A special old time caller will be present, being booked as "Joshua Louder." Come and hear him shout 'em out. Vranna Auto Supply Opens Here Saturday This Saturday, Sept. 24th, the vran- na AUto Supply of Dickinson is open- ing a branch store in Beach. The new stor is located in the former Sawyer Hardware building, between the Over- furniture store and the Park cafe. They plan to carry a complete llne ~f auto accessories of all kinds, priced in accord with the times. Emil Miller is the manager of the Beach store, and will live in the back part of the build- ins, according to present plans. Drop in, get acquainted and look over the r~w store when you are m for the big community auction Saturday. Fischer, Pioneer Resident Dies Sunday Nitc Golva~After a lingering illness of tbout four months of so, most of that being confined to bed, Joseph Fischer passed away peacefully Sunday ~bout seven o'qiock at his in Oolva. Mr. FiSher was ~1 :Years of age at the time ~f his passing. :l~Ie was ~one of the earliest residents of this country, having hom~ste~ed a~ut "four miles east of Golva, hnd was wide- "ly known {~roughout the county. For the he has made his and untll~r~ently w~ ~bar there. in death wu filled w/th ~ ~ar~e ~I relat/ves, who came final tribute to the deceased, who new car last week. will soon have ,,rem:-,n L)iocl Attempted uieide i Like th~l~te In a~atlo~l ~op from Manhattan peyebopaflde.pflen~ in Mew ~ork's Bellevue narrow lodge e~ the hot. In a double wedding ceren~ony per- formed by Rev. Torkelson/ pastor of the Lutheran church at/ Olendive, Thursday evening, two Sentinel Butte young ladies were the brides, Miss Net- tie Waldal being married to Harold Davis, whil Miss Kathleen Murphy be- came the bride of Marvin Walli~ g. News of the weddings came as a com- plete surprise to friends of the con- traeUng parties. Mrs. Davis is the daughter .~f Mr, and Mrs. Neis Waldal, and Mrs. Wallo ins the daughter of Felix Murphy, farmers residing north of Sentinel Butte/ Both young ladies were born and .~reared here, and are graduates of the Sentinel ~tte high school with the class of 1937. The bridegrooms are from Jordar~ Montana, and have been employed ~lth the Inland Con- struction Comp~ay on the local project during the pass season. The community joins in extendivg congratulations to these fine young ladies and t~elr chosen ilfemates, and wish them happiness on life's pathway. Al Wosepka Takes Over Palace Bar Annual reorganization work is now in )rogress in the Beach school band. New recruits ar being selected from the grade and high school. The more ad- vanced beginners who have been work- : ins with Mr. Deehr this summer are] being promoted to the concert band1 which at this time includes thirty-! three members, l Coronets: William Edkin~ Delton Erdan, Wesley Koshney, Kent Arnold/I ~arle Douglas, Marjorie Blair, Loma Clark, Duane Roberts, Adrian Wicka. Clarinets: Nyle Douglas. Darrel Ro- berts, Earl Oilman, Edward Novotny, Barbara Miller, Karl Kaunenberg. Trombones: Keith Arnold.~ Donald Marman, Jack Lyons, C~harles Barrow, Baritones: Charles Meredith, Bern- ard Freeze. Altos: Nancy Nyman, HarOld Hal- stead, Max West. Saxaphones. Donna Mac Meredith, Joyce Noyes, Mary Helen Niece, Rus- sell Noyes, Stine Douglas., Drums: Marj0rie Myers, Joe Mahr, Bobby Edklns. Bass: Harold Brown. Four new members, Rita AnD Gil- man, Helen Dickinson, Clarinets; Orrin ~LoveH, baritone; and Clair Ross, bass, are now attending the regular Tuesday Andrew Finneman, Ethel Raisler Are Wed Last Friday The many friends of Miss Ethel Raisler and Andrew Flnneman were indeed surprised last week to hear that this popular young couple had quietly left and were married in WtbaUx Fri- day morning. The ceremony was wit- nessed by Miss Dorothy Doyle of Beach and Clarence Finneman, a brother of the groom. Immediately after the ceremony the young couple left on a two weeks trip to western points, a~ter which they will settle at Glasgow, Mont., where the groom will be em- ployed. The bride is the eidest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Ralsler, and has spent practically all her llfe in this oountY. She attended schoois in GOl- va and graduated from high school there with the class of 1~. After that she attended college at~ ~, and was then employed for a year ~n the, Im~ak at Golva, coming from there to tl~, oounty agent's Office in Beach, where she worked the past year or so. The groom is the oldest son of Mr, and Mrs. M. A. Flxmeman of east of Golva, and is also ~ native of this county. Be attended school at Oolva, and in recent years h~s been farm- tug near Golva. For about a year he was employed ztt the Johnson Motor Co. in Beach. Best wishes and congratulations from their many friends go, with this popular young couple for a long and happy wedded life. Richard Faltermeyer, Wibaux, Passes The sad news was learned here on Tuesday that Richard Faltermeyer, aged about 17, had passed awaY at nc~m'that day .at~ the Olend/ve hospi- tal. He had been confined there for the past four months with heart trouble, and suffered bravely, though he has ~een afflicted with the same ailment for 'a number of years. He was the son of Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Faltermeyer of Wibaux, and was a likeal)ie boy who had a l~rge circle of friends, who sincerely regret his passing, and eXtend heartfelt sympa- thy to the bereaved family. - Funeral services will be held Friday from the Catholic church in Wibaux. Eddie Gammon's Band Here Friday A fine treat is in store for dance and music lovers here again tomorrow night, Fridsy, September 23, when Eddie Tuesday of this week A1 woseplcaland Thursday rehearsals and will soon completed a deal whereby he takes I be full. fledged members bringing the over the Palace Bar in Beach, ,sucs- -j total of the membership to thirty-sev- ceedlng H. A~ Thompson, who has Ien. , . operated ~lt for the past several years.~ A beginners band of five ~, Al is the son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A.I ~,a Horr, Dickie Jol~-n, Leslie Freeze, Wosepl~ of the south country, and is Joyce Clark and Catherine Marnmn extremely well known, and has a host are holding regular practices and of friends who wish him well in his twelve new grade ~ud high school new venture. For some time he opo pupils are about to begin work with G~ and his band are scheduled to ~ at the local city auditorium "for an engagement. This band, which has appeared in a number of places near here, comes highly recommended erated a place in Sentine~ Butte a few years ago. Plans of the Thompson family are indefinite at present, It is understood, Mr. Wosepka's family will move to Beach soon. For the time being, he will take care of the place alone, he says. t !Helen Rost Passes 1 i A way Here Monday ! Helen A. Rost passed away at the {local hospital Monday, September 19, after having been ill for the past year or so. She was 28 years, 10 months and 8 d~tys old at the time of passing. She was born in SioUx S. D., but came to this country ~rs agO, ~,: attend~ ~oo~ their instruments. In order to sustain a concert band of fifty pieces, it is necessary that a second band of not less than twenty pieces be s~arted each "year. The band never fail to lose some of its members by graduation or by the dropping out of some members who find conflicts in their time or activities. Parents who have children in the sixth, seventh, or eighth grades are particularly urged to give them an opportunity to become members. It is from children of this age that the most satisfactory band material can be de~eloped. The band is a community enterprise maintained by the people. It is good !ser~e to make the most of and from all indications a large crowd Plans Complete For Outstanding Event In Beach = Everyone Is Urged To Bring In Some Articles To Be Sold; Big Crowd Expected, Plans are now practialiy complete for the big free community auction sale, which will be held in Beach this como ins Saturday, September 24, and from all indications it will be a big day here. The sale is being sponsored by the bus- iness men of Beach, and they are tak. ins care of all expenses incidental to the sale. Everyone who has anything to sell, no matter what It is, can have it sold at the sale and get all the from the sale of the article the, with absolutely no expense.~z~\~--'All~you have to do is bring the article in ~tt~ urday morning to the. sa~e whl~,h will be on the vacant ~'~ twoen the Sawyer Hardware end :f~m Smith Service station, and gistered there w~ Ins must be registered some time Saturday morning. mn can reg~ter ore than three unless they are to be sold in a lot. Look around and see ff yott d011~ have something or other that YOU would like to convert into cash, is a splendid opportunity to do so, with no expense to yourself. The sale itself is scheduled to begin at one p. m. sharp,-~nd everyone is urg- ed to be present then in order to get first shot at some of the articles which will be put up then. A. C. Mogle will cry the sale and C. O. Halvorson will act as clerk. As an added inducement, merchants of the city are offering some special values that day, many of which are listed on the pages of this issue of the News. Remember, if you have anything to sell, bring it in and it will be sold for you, and you get ALL the money it brings. There is no cost whatsoever to you, except bringing it in to the grounds of .the sale. It is reported that some of the ar- ticles to be sold include some cars, farm machinery, numerous household articles, clothing, musical instruments, radios, and many others. Then in the evening there will be a dance in the city hall, with an adm~- siGn price of only ten cents per person. Plan to be in Beach that day and take in the whole event from start to finish. Bring in an article or two and get yourself spending money for the day. Lemon Elects New Officers will be on hand to greet them. Plan[ to be present. [ Annual County Sunday 'I School Supper Conference] The annual County Sunday School~ Chaplain~Paul Wagner Supper Conference is to be held Oct. Sargeant-at-arms--K. K. Farstveet 12, ~tt the Beach Congre~ational The local post hopes that a large Church. The theme of this year's con- membership will be enrolled during the ference is "Religion in the Home." coming year, and an active member- It has 4~een customary for only pastors, ship committee, headed by Stub Noyes, superintendent's, teachers and officers is out to get them. to attend, but this year the parents of the Sunday School pupils are also~ to be invited and a good attendance is 'John Moses To Come expected. Mrs. J. W. Schlinder, fieldt Here Monday Night worker for the State Council of Christ- ~t~bered hl~ friends by all who had opportunity to see this automobile. the privilege of his acquaintance, sin- eerest sympathy is exter~led the here- RETURN HOME reiatives in their time of sorrow. Pall bearers at the funeral were Pet~ Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Peplinski re- Sehmitz, Win, and Tony turned home Sunday after a pleasant ~nd Tony and Frank Krel- honeymoon trip to various eastern points. On Monday night a wedding ~ance was held in their honor at Pat Myers, Lee Kitchal of Sentinel Wibaux callers Sunday. janspeaker. Education, is expected as guest June Mills, Seere~-y At the regular meeting of the local American Legion Post, held last Wed- nesday evening, officers for the coming year were elected, they being as fol~ lows: Commander--Gerard Muggll Vice-Commander---Stub Noyes Finance offlcer~P. J. Edklns Adjutan~ Tobias Historian~Dan Cafferty .OUt Attention of everyone" is dance scheduled to be held in the~, congratulations ~ud h~U this coming S~turd~y night, 24, as a climax to the big ~.~.~v,~,~t~'~n regul~-ity of~,~dnt~r n~ ttendance, hgppy wedded life. auctiOnten daYcents,herewhlchthen. Admission is '~oo~" m'usicl~hiP~-lltles e ssen- ~WOMANS~tOLUB. MELTS " should allow any-| " The Beach w~n~"=--an only resent The ' club held its reg one and " everyone to be P ~ -- ~ A Uhr meetln at ............... nl~Y for ~ MEETING HERE S T, . g the home Of Mrs. L. A BeaCh orchestra is ~ ~ t~ l Kirst on Monday evenine plen~ w~e: the event. ] The ~nd 01d age peuslon plan made for 'stunt ~Ight" which is to be .... wi~ be ~tscussed here at the CHICKEN DINNER There will be a is ~ inv|ted. Attention of everyone interested in the coming political c~mpaign is dir- ected to the big meeting which Will be held in Beach next Monday evma- ~, Sept. 26th, When .~Jo!~.~ . ~:, Cook Eisewhere in this issue can the announcement of Who is a ca~didte