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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
September 28, 1950     Golden Valley News
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" tIURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1950 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. PAGE SEVEN EVANGELICAL L1J i'ME R AN CHURCH O. L. OLSRUD. Pastor FIRST LUTHERAN BEACH: All meetings are now to be 'held in the new church base- ment. Sunday School 10 a. m. Services with Holy Communil on at 11 a. m. Confirmation class Saturday at 9:30 a. m. Choir practice Saturday at 8 p.m. Luther League mext week at 8 p. m. TRINITY, SENTINEL BUTTE: Services with Holy Communi. on at 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a, m. ST. PAUL'S LUTHEHAN CHURCH G. IIINZ. pastor Missouri Synod Services Sunday, October 1st, 10:00. Sunday School 10:30. EVANGELICAL UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH Ray. E. J. Bott. Pasior Preaching Service, 10:15 a. m. During the above service ttoly Communion will be served and Wednesday an offering for missions receiv- ed. Adorl~*~t m From where I sit... Joe Marsh New Use For Old Windmills I drove past Larson s farm last week and saw him perched on top lff his 75-year-old windmill. "'Still planning on tearing it down?" I shouted up to him. "Not on your life." says Curly as he climbs down. "I'm getting myself a television set from Buzz Ellis' and he say~ this windmill is going to come in mighty handy," , "You see," Curly went on, "I'm golng to put my TV antenna right on top of it. Since the windmill is higher than the house, I'll get the best reception around here--but if it wasn't for Buz~ and Ms ad- vice, I'd have scrapped it." From where I sit, Curly's success as a farmer and his popularity in town is due. in a large part, to his open-mindedness and his willing- ness to listen to people and their opinions. He'll listen to Buzz Ellis over a malted milk or he and I can talk politics--each with a glass of temperate beer. Yes, Curly's as modern as television itself! Copyri~'ht. forgO, l~nited States Brewers Foundation Sunday School, 11:15 a. m. Time of Prayer, 7:30 p. m. Preaching Service, 8:00 p. m. Youth Fellowship, Wed., 7:00 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wed., 7:30 p. In. Choir Practice Wed., 8:00 p. m, W. S. W. S. will meet at Curtis Sill home Thursday, 5th, 2:30 p. m,, with Mrs. Sill and Mrs. Roddy Kimball entertaining. TROTTERS CHURCH Sunday School 2:00 p. m. Preaching Service 3:00 p. m. During the a.bove serwce Holy Communion will be served and an offering for missmns receiv- ed. Fill. CONGIiLGATIONAL :t ;ll I.~VI'I/~. I~I CHURCHES Sunday School, 10 a. m. Rally day observace, all par- ents are invited. Church Service at 11:00 a. m. flEACH METHODIST CHURCH I. Robert goggs, Jr., Pastor BEACH: Sunday School I0 a. m. Morning Worship 11:15 a. m. Sunday Evening Fellowship Oct. 1. beginning at 6:30 p. m.. al 7:45 Missionary Film, "We Too Receive." Men., Oct 2, 8 p. m.. Rust Col- lege Singers. Tuesday, Oct.. 3, 8 p, m., Miss Bacon, retired missionary to In- dia speaks. Wed., 7 p. m., Choir, 8 p. m., Study and Prayer. Sepu 27. Quarterly Conference with Dr. McNeil at 8 p. m. Oct. 1. World-Wide Communi- on Sunday. WIBAUX: Morning Worship 9:45 a. m. Sunday School, i0:45 a. m. IM. Y. F. 7 p. m. Thurs., 7:30 p. m., Choir, 8:15 Bible Study & Prayer. Sub-District Conference at Glen- I dive. ew8 Ollie News Mrs. Bert Hudson CHURCH NEWS Rev. G. R. Auer Sunday School at 10 o'clock a. m. Morning Worship at 11 o'clock a. m. Bible Club Wednesday after. noon 3:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Wednesday 8:00 o'ch>ek p. m. Choir Practice Thursday, 7:30 o'clock p. m. Friday evening, Sept. 29th. the Alpha Ladies Aid will sponsor an ice cream social and bazaar at the Alpha hall. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Majerus and Mrs, Funk of Billings ar- rived Friday for a short visit with relatives and friends, re- turning home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wosepka and family moved over to Wi- baux the latter parl of the week. Mary Lou Kreitinger. who teaches at Wibaux, and Jackie i Kreitin~er. who attends school at Dickinson. spent the week end at Goh'a with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. ttugh Schmitz were Sunday dinner fftleSIs ;It the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert. Mrs. (leo. Gearey underwent surgery at lhe Glendive hospital Roy. Kenneth Swift of Broad- view, Mont.. was guest speaker at the E. U. B. church with ser- vices held Saturday evening and Sunday. Baptismal services were held Sunday afternoon at the church in Baker with lhirteen participating. Rev. Swift and David Bradley were house guests at the Auer home, Mr. and Mrs. ~andolph Perry and children motored to Miles City on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Rest and boys spent Friday evening at the Mervin Rustad home. Mr. and Mrs, Willis Preston: Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Jesfield and children; Rev. Swift and David Bradley were Sunday dinner guests at the Rev. Auer home. Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury and children, Mrs. H. A. Bury and two friends were Sunday dinner guests at the Ernie St,ark home. Mrs. Reuben Walter. sister of Mrs. ttubert Rustad, was honor guest at a party at the home of Mrs. Randolph Perry Saturday afternoon. Games and visitin~ were pleasant pastimes, with de- licious refreshmenls served at a late hour. Mrs. Walter was pre- sented with a remembrance gift. Mrs. Narum visited friends in{ Baker Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wang, Mrs. Vic Berg and Mrs. Terry Cameron were callers in Miles City Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Willis Preston were supper guests at the Laur- ance Maus home Sunday. Tuesday, and at last reports was getting along nicely. R. A. Beulke. district claim agent for the N P. R. R. at Glen- dive, was a dinner visitor at the A. E. Scheffer home Thursday. Mrs. John Schulte returned home from her trip to Minne- apolis Wednesday. Mrs. Bcrl Cover~. Mrs Laura forepart of the week for Evans- ville. Ind., and another person takes the position at Golva. Fred Cook has a goodly crew out digging and piekin~ up po- 'tatoes; it's surely fine weather these days for that work. A. Scheffer and Kenneth were business callers at OHio Sunday evening. S/rahcn and Mrs. A. Scheffer Gee. (;earey visited with his motored to Glendive Saturday wife at the Glendive hospital and \isiled Mrs. Gee, Gearcy Sunday and friends will all be and Janelle Ferguson, former pleased when she is able 5o re- depot agent at Golva turn home. Vernon Melh.m relief agen~ for the N P. R R.. is taking over To Kansas~ depot service at Goh~a durinR Mr. and Mrs. W. (" Schuiz left the absence of Mr. and Mrs, Wm last Sunday for Atchison. Kan- Stieka who are enjoying a va- sas. where they will visit her cation trip to the park. sister an'! bro:her. They will al- Mr. and Mrs. Isadore Mar~u- so visit in F, ustis stud Lexington, lie:~, \'~ho have been at the Golva Nebraska. where they h:lve other airpom for sometime, left the relatives;. ecial If ale's lay A large number of top calf buyers, eornbelt feeder buyers, and order buyers for all classes of feeder cattle & calves as well as East & West Coast Packers for butcher cattle & bulls will be at the ringside every Thursday from now on due to the big demand and large runs at our sale. Prices that cannot be matched anvwhere will be J paid for all classes of Cattle and hogs. Ask your neighbors or any good cattleman where to sell your cattle & hogs and they will recommend the Schnell Dickinson Livestock Sale because there they have the better buyers. Bring your livestock any time Wednesday or Thurs. gapped. A "hot" battery with~ power built into itl Carter complete chassis lubrication dean terminals, good cablesee Gasolines are WEATHER. ~ to eeal cut freezing slush, and tight leads. 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