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Beach, North Dakota
September 28, 1950     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1950 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH. N. D. PAGE TH_REB Trotters News Mrs. J. F. Crook. Cor A large crowd of trotters folks and the Bott family and Boggs lamily from Beach attended the song test at the L. P. Hall home on Sunday A delicious pot-luck dinner was served, after which the folks enjoyed a bit of sing- ing favori,te hymns. Mrs. Jack Tusker and Mrs. Bott took turns as accompanists at the piano. Lunch was again served before the folks left for their respective homes Every one enjoyed a very pleasant day. The work on highway 16 is to begin on Monday. Surveyors have already set stakes at each RUPTURE SHIELD-EXPERT, H. L. HOFFMANN of Minneapolis, Minn." will demonstrale, without charge his "Rupture Shields" in GLENDIVE -- HOTEL JORDAN FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6 From 10 A. M. to 3 P. M. Please come early. Mr. Hoffmann says: "I have specialized in the field of Rupture Correction since 1928 and personally fitted well over ten thousand cases. When skill. fully done most Rupture openings will contract in a short time. Above all you can go to work immediately without fear or pain. There are many of my satisfied cusiomers right here in this com. muniiy. Special lady attendant for WOMEN and CHILDREN! Ask for Mrs. Hoffmann." CAUTION: If neglected, rupture may cause weakness, backache, nervousness, stomach and gas pains. People having large ruptures, which have returned after surgical operations or injection ireat. lnents, are especially invited. "It you want it done righi, don't ex- periment. See HOFFMANN." If unable to see him at this time ad- drees. HOFFMANN'S SURGICAL APPLIANCE CO. 933 Andrus Building Minneapolis 2, Minn. end of the road They are board- ing at the ,Ray Tusker and the P. V. Moore homes. Larry Metcalf is attending school in Beach this year. He is staying with his grandparents. The L. P. Halls enjoyed a visit recently from their son Wallace, of New Mexico He is studying for the ministry. County Supt. Natalie Adamson and County Nurse Mrs. Eva Mor- iarty visited the schools in this community recently Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Metcalf took their sons Lloyd and Larry to Dickinson on Saturday to con- sul~ an eye specialist. Both boys need glasses, Francis Boyce and sons called at the P, V. Moore home on Sat. evening Mr. and Mrs. Frank Edwards of Oregon arrived at the Kyle Sperry home on Sun. a week ago and were overnight guests there They were enroute to their home ~after visiting relatives in the East. We wish to extend our heart- felt sympathy to Mrs. Carl Fil- kowski, whose mother passed away recently. Our sympathy is extended to Gene Gunkel. in the loss of his father, who passed away last week. They attended his funeral in Dickinson on Fri- day. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Moore at- H.D. tRUCKS EXTRA tended a farewell-birth'day par- LIGNITE PLANT AT U ty for Marlene Brunsvold at t, he MAKES INDUSTRIAL GAS Milton Brunsvold home on Sun- More than 8 million cubic feet day, a week ago. Mr. and Mrs, Adolph Huseth of possible industrial gas were produced from lignite during the of Fargo are visiting at the 15th experimental run at the George Tusker home. U. S, bureau of mines pilot plant The Sperry girls and Doris at ~he University of North Da Moore spent the past week end kota. at their respective homes. Lignite produces a water gas which burns in a blue flame. Re- BILLINGS GAS CO. search men believe this gas may MERGES WITH MDU be a major potential industrial Merger of the Billings Gas fuel. company and certain properties A G. Burr, chief of ~he fuels of the Rocky Mountain gas com- technology division there, said pany of northern Wyoming with he feels that gas could be used Montana-Dakota Utilities was in developing liquid fuels, re- announced last week by the ducing iron ore, in agricultural presidents of the companies, use and in several other ways, The contract providing for the During the test. longest yet acquisition has been signed, and run here, 185 tons of lignite were the actual transfer of proper- used. Each produced 45,000 cu- ries will take place as soon as bic feet of gas. details have been completed and the approval of regulatory Observe Rally Day-- agencies obtained The annual Rally Day, obser\'- MDU will thus gain control of ed Sunday at the Evangelical local systems se~ing BillingsUnited Brethren church, showed and 14 communities in the Yel- lowstone valley in Montana. and a considerably increased church and Sunday school attendance. the Big Horn basin in Wyoming, A special rally day program,' together with 190 miles of gas prepared by the iunior depart- lines and facilities. In addition substantial reserves will be ob- mere of the Sunday school and under the direction of Mrs. Ed- rained throug~h purchase or con- win Wolt, included songs, chorus- tract as part of the deal. es. a trio. recitations a pmno so- CARD OF THANKS lo and a special arrangement of We wish to express our heart-"Savior, Like a Shepherd". sung felt thanks to each and every- by the choir. one who. through their many kindnesses, helped during theIt pays to Advertise in the illness and death of our dear one. Golden Valley News. Our special thanks go to Rev. Boggs for his comforting words, G~6~J'~ and to those who sent floral trib- utes to the memory of our de-[ The Friendly Store 1941 to ceased. t 1950 Hazel Van Horn I Robert and Don Van BLOCK ASSEMBLY FOR PASSENGER Horn J CARS AND TRUCKS Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Special This Month! Rathbun and children I Mr. and Mrs. Clifford I Put a new power ptanl: into ;~m ~ l~ ~ll~ Van Horn I your Chevrolet. Replace your -I ~ ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Howard i ~ ..(~,,..7. old motor and enjoy carefree driving. I J ~~ Benner. ~ ~,4.."..;,[.. Take years off your old car's perform- J~r'~ ~W ~-- ........... ' ~ i ~~-- " dace.... Get new car thrill and econ. I~11~ ~ ~ ': :;::~! g~)) "~ omy. Take advantage of this bargain ~ ~ IP" 7th NATIONAL i now. We use only your cylinder head IIql~'r~llI~r~ Columbia and oil pan. Drive in today.* ::=:==7277.~0 Oeto'ber 13-14 Dakota ' Minor, North This All-American Breed Makes Remarkable Production Record. ~~~P" WOOL -- LAMIIS --- MONEY PLAN HOMECOMING PROGRAM AT DSTC Student committees headed by Council President George Dy- nes of Dickinson, have been named to make plans for the annual Homecoming at Dickin- son State Teachers college Homecoming this year is set for October 6 .and 7, with most of the events coming dn the traditional order. Friday eve. ning will see the banding of the Princess and bonnetion of the new chief in authentic Indian ceremony. "Phen will come the bonfire and pep rally The parade will be held Sat- urday morning. Ellendale will be the ,Homecoming opponent in an afternoon football game and the evening dance will wind up activities It pays to Advertise ,n the Golden Valley z~ews. SAY FLOWERS We Order Them WIRE From Coast to Coast KENNEDY'S Sentinel Butte, N. Dak. Light and Non-Settlingl Cuts Fuel Costs to 35%! Approved for FHA Loans! Fire and Vermin Resistant! Eliminate fuel worries--insulate your home with HOMEguard, the quality insulationl It's easy to handle, non-abrasive, non- irritating, moistureproof and fire resistantl Insulate NOW-- SAVE ~/$ yearly on fuel cost, See and Ruy ' ighb Phone 74 Beach, N. Dak. Ask Your Ne or -- He'll "The All.American Breed" For Catalog and Information Our Estimate Is Free. "~4 .... ~o~ ULRIC M. Gwynn, Jr., Mgr. Give You The Facts. Not Advanced Since January 1950 but we feel this cannot continue much longer. 32 x 36 ft., as little as ',.00 , F. O.B. MINOT Book your order now at today's low price BARNS: Over fifteen satisfied users in our territory write for information on the closest one to yOU. Our Work Is Guaranteed. GRAIN STORAGE: Many in use in this area. Minot Association Sure To Get Our Of Commerce INSULATE. 1 IHile East of W[baux. on Highway 10 # IMPLEMENT STORAGE: Every farmer needs a ma- chine storage building. New machinery is dear and soon may not be available. DELIVERY and ERECTION Deliveries are slowing up but we still have a limited number not sold. We can supply cement to build foundations. Box 575 Free Esthnate Before SEE US TODAY C. G. JOHNSON, Beach, Agent. Minot i Phone 3742 1 P P P P I AL DUTTON & HIS TRIO 3O Omr dining room is opms ~y d~/Jb~n 6 I~ m. ~o ~ L m~.4~ us m~d you'll find out why this Is a mocca fo~ those who llko good food. prepares, and modesU Prtced P :i 4 J! 4 4 4 I, 1' I: :i 1 4 4 4