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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 3, 1935     Golden Valley News
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THE BEACH I~EVIEW rrHURSDAY. OCTOBER 3, :1935 EL REVIEW * NUMBER 22 PASSES TUESOAY MORNIH6 AT HOSPITAL 4t The sad news came on TUesday morning of the death of Mrs. Ken- seth Lateen, daughter of Mr, and ,Mrs. J. A. Wright. ~rso~ will be remembered She was born June 1916, and passed away October making her nineteen years She was married to Kenneth Lateen June 29th, 19~5. Mrs. -Larson,s u, ntlmely death a result of a ruptured ap- was rUshed to the Beach hospital on Saturday and an opera- tt6n was performed, but her illness was so serious that she failed to respond to treatment, and she passed away at the hospital about three o'clock Tue~laY morning. Mr, f~nd Mrs, Wright, parentg of morning after receiving word of her illness. Funeral services for the deceased were conducted by Rev. C, G. El- linger at three o'clock Tuesday af- ternoon at ~Westerheim, and burial was made there. The whole commun- ity expressep sincerest sympathy to the bereaved husband and parents. :tllt- - MAK~ FARM IMPROVEMENTS B. J, He~ is making an improve- " meat at hlsl~arm home In the Rocky vicinity to the extent of hay- Butte lug dug a ~ull basement under the family residence, and workmen are ~sy putting in cement walls as well m~ a cement foundation. -. " till ..... NEWS ITEMS f ~ _. __ Rodney Sheen, Maude Ilonnold, Leo Brown, and Clara Wassmann attended a committee meeting Mon- day night at Beach where the young people of the Beach and Sentinel Butte Conggetg~tional p~trishes met to plan the winter's young peoples' ,church. Henry Brown and and Mrs. Brown's ler of Dickinson, at the A. L. Martin home on Sunday, " LOad Of garden truck at Sentinel tune of breaking his collar bone lu a football game last S~tturday. The new Red Trail Garage o~ the highway, owned, by Byron Hogoboom was opened this week and presents Gertrude,~sher. daughter of Mrs. J, W. Fisher, was operated on for appendicitis at the Beach hospital this past week. She is getting along nicely. The Congregational Ladies Aid is of their monthly din- o'clock at the church Thursday, Oct. 3; Re- cents, on Monday for at the Beacll She is as be expected under the sister of Mrs. plans on at Gen Ulltn entertained :A/s on Wednesday of the week ~&~e the ,roller skating at hall this past weekend. W~S ended. Music was fur- and by the ball club. Mrs. Harry GHbert spent at their home In Sentinel family have DECEMBER WED~]NG RECENTLY ANNOUNCED Word has been received here of the marriage of Nellie Irons and Fa~,- ette Lundblad, which happy event took place last December but has been kept secret until recently. Both Nellie and Fayette are graduates of Sentinel Butte high school and have a great many friends in the county who now join in wishing them the best of success and happiness. Mrs. Lundblad is the daughter of A. F. Irons of Alpha. and Fayette is the son of Sam Lundblad of Sent- inel Butte. Until just a short tinic ago, Mrs. Lundblad has been teach- ing school near her home and Fay has also been working in t~be vicinity. ~III ~ Square Butte were visitors at Sentinel Butte on Tuesday. ~ Mrs, Vera Haigh~/ad Leo Nistler returned home Saturday, after help- ing round up cattle ,at 01stad's. Mr. and Mrs, J. V. Klein, son John and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yates were Sentinel Butte visitors Satur- day. Jake Anderson and Leon Hellick- son were callers at Einar Olstad's on Wednesday. Mrs. Vera Haigh, Harmon Olstad and Leo Nlstler took Fnnk's cattle to Medora Thursday. Bernard Wilson vaccinated his calves at Olstad's Wednesday. George and Gladys Klein were vis- itors at Ed Olsen's on Saturday. Mrs. Vera Haigh, Leo Nistler, Har.~ lan Hart. Bernard Wilson and Joe Diets were dinner guests at Einar Olstad's Tuesday. Bernard Wilson shipped two car~ loads of cattle from Medora Friday. fit! Westerheim (Left Out L~st Week) Roy. Chas. Brown returned to Dickinson on, Monday after having a week's me~tings at the schoo~ house, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Mellius were callers at David Dietz' Tuesday. Gee. Coyle was at Harold Hollar's Wednesday. Robert Morris was a caller at Dav- id Dietz' Wednesday evening. Harold Hollar took some cattle in to Sentinel Butte to ship wednesday. Gee Wright and Gee Coyle took some lmrses in to Sentinel Butte on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Conboy and J. R. Rathbun attended .the part~ at the Sentinel Butte hall given by the old friends of Mr, and Mrs. J. W, Brown of Spokane. Wash., and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. l~ender~a~t of Kellogg, Idaho. A large number of old friends attended. and everyone lind a real good time. It all brought happy memories of old times 20! years ago. J. S. Rathbun went to Beach on Thursday. David Dietz took some chickens to the chicken car at Sentinel Butte a ' o11 Friday. The Brown children spent the weekend a[ their home here. Mr. and Mrs. J~ S. Rathbuu an~ callers at Norman Sted~ SUnday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dietz of Bel- field and an aunt who is visiting here spent Sunday at the Dietz home. The annt is a sister Mrs. Mary Hopper, David's grand- mother, who made her home here with him. Icy, Minnesota, T~ay to spend a few days with her. uncle, RUben H.~rshey, and to bring back his mother and sister ~o have spent SENT~NELS DEFEATED II The Sentinel Butte football team was defeated by Belfleld 64 to 0 at Belfleld last Friday afternoon. This was the Sentinels first game of the season. They will go to Richardton next Friday to play the team there. Illl~- Camel's Hump Mrs. Ada Hill from Duluth, Minn. has been visiting her sister, Mrs. George Franzen and family, Dewey Stecker, Ben Mane, Ray Brier and Jess Houck motored to Dickinson on Saturday. Kenneth Larson, who Ires been em- ployed at the Bud Myers home, left on Saturday. Carl Grosgebauer recently purchas- ed the motorcycle belonging to Ray Gasho. Uome at Metiers. The Friendly Neighbors will meet at Mrs. John Berg's home on Thurs- day, Oct, 3. Clifford Van Horn, who has been carrying his broken shoulder in a cast had the cast removed Saturday 'and the arm is now in a sling. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Myers and family were Sunday dinner guests at Mr. and Mrs. Dick Seehrtat's home near Medora. Mat Tescher motored to Miles City on Monday for a load of veg- etables. Otto will and Bud and Page My- ers shipped horses on Friday. Mrs. Bud Myers was an over nits guest at George Franzens' Thursday. Augusta accompanied net home on Friday. She went back Saturday. A surprise party was given on Tuesday evening at the~ Mrs. Clyde Myers in honor of her birthday. The evening was spent by playing cards and visiting. Aronnd midnight a de- licious lunch was served after which the guests departed wishing Mrs. ~Myers many happy returns of the day. Guy Honuold and Ray Gasho were Sunday dinner guests at Linfred Ness'. Mr. antl Mrs. Lars Ness received the glad news c~ the arrival of a baby boy born on Sept. 1~ to their daughter Nora (Mrs. F. G, Ever- son) of Seattle, Washington, It has been named Bradford Lynn, Wm. Jandt has been threshtug for Ray Hamlin the past week.. Dr, W. C. Bradley PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON Office Phone 13 Rasldence 18~ BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA ROBUST or Slender? Our custom-mad~ suits and topcoats are made to flatter any illume. We have a new selection of fall fabri~ which we cordially invite you tO inspect. Our pricer on suits and topcoats ar~ from $23.50 the summer there. Up to $~00 - - llil The Saddle ~ut~e district is build- ing bridges where t~ were washed HOK STA D out last surlv~, .::~ Herin Brown and Mr. Marks were CUSTOM TAILOR callers at J. C. Butterfleld's Monday. Mrs. Vines Volesky and son were Phone 32.M callers on Mrs. ButterfleId II I I I CASE ." I have a good rebuilt sale and tractor i Delhi News Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Youells were callers at te Olaf Abraham home on Wednesday evening for supper, after which cards were played with the ladies losing. Mr. and Mrs. Dewy Stecker and son were Thursday evening visitors at the W. O. Youells home, bring- ing with them a delicious birthda~ cake for Mrs. Youells, whose birth- day had been a few days before. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Brettln en- tertained in honor of the new bride, Mrs. McCarthy, on Sunday. Ernest Barkand had the misfortune of having one of his milk cows break her leg as he was bringing them home from pasture.. Mr. and Mrs. John McDonald were callers at the Hobbs home on Sunday to see their son Merlin who is stay- there. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Easton and family and the J. A. McDonald chil- dren were enjoying the fine weather by going up on Beaver creek. Mr and Mrs. Ed. Koshney and ~ons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Oswood and the Just Ol~Wood home. Th~y hRt~ turkey and all tbe fixings. The two teachers. Miss Schaaer and Miss Wentland. attended ~e teachers' instruction in Beach on Wednesday and Thursday of the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stecker en- tertained for Mrs. Ed Oswood whose birthday was Friday with a chicken supper and a big birthday cake. Mr. and Mrs. O. W. Youells and grand daughter Beverly Jane were also there helping Mrs. Oswood enjoy the cake. Mr. and Mrs. John Summers and daughter are visiting their aunt, Mrs. John Zeller and children. Mrs. Art Smith and tiny daughter returned from Beach this past week where she has had the baby under THINK We Deliver or Pay the Post- age on ALL CASH Mail Orders KENNEDY'S SENTINEL BUTTE, N. DAK. a doctor's care. Harold Abraham has been visiting at his grandparents, Mr,. and Mrs. A. F, Doblar, the last few days. Mrs. Floyd Hobbs calted on Mrs. Edwards Tuesday evening. Verna Sheffer spent the weeken~ at the home of her sister, Mrs. Al- bert Still. The following peopl.e are proud owners of new cars: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kittleson and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kittleson, the Brettin bro- thers. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Harm Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Carlson matte two trips to Minnesota recently, one in August when Mrs. Carlson's mother died. and one trip ~ust recent- ly to settle the estate. They returned Friday. Bess Bridges and mother of Dick- inson were pleasant callers in this part of the county visiting old friends and they attended the charivari with Mrs. Gust Kirst and daughter Mil- dred on ~turday evening. Floyd Hobbs and Olaf Abraham got their first load of coal from the north country Friday, Dr. V. G. Morris BEACH, NORTH OAKOTA PHONES HOUSE-56 OFFICEAO Don't forget the dance at the Btg: Four hall gt'ven by the teachers Nan Kregness and Bertha Fakler. r OPTICAL SPECIALIST G, GILBERTSON Glasses fitted--Any broken lens duPlicated; --Frames repaired. Beach, N. D., First door east of Overstad's Hardware store. I Kidneys Must Clean Out Acids The only way your body can clean on Acids and poisonous wast~ from yOUr blood is thru 9 million tiny, delicate Kid- ney tubes or filters, but beware of cheaP. ,Ir~mtie. IrrttKtlng dru~I. If fucctlon~| Kltt~ey or ~lad~er disorders make yO'.X mUffeT tTorn ~ettt~I 1J~ lq~htI. ~lervo~t~- hems, L~K Pains. ~ackaehe. Circles Under l~yos, Dizziness, Rheumatic Pains, Acid- ity, Burnlzig, Smarting or Itehins,'don' take chances. Get the Doctor's suaran- teed l~rescrlption called Cystex (miss- Tex). Works fast, mafe and sure. In 48 hours it must bring new vitality, and is guaranteed to fix you up In one week o~ money back on return of emPty paekaa~ Cystex eost~ only 90 & day at drugg/st~ and the guarantee protects you. , Van Brunt John Deere Drills iii ii i Arc better and last Ion er. Last spring Van Brunt drills could not be bought on account of the great demand. If you don't believe it, ask Jim Hardy, .the Michels Bros., and dozens o~iothers. Bismarck had 7000 Van Brtmt orders thht could not be ill'led. More Van Brunt drills are sold than 3 other makes combined. There Is a reason. ~'E" " Tatley Implement Co. elite --Carlyle-- Golva I At my farm, four miles east and two miles - north of Sentinel Butte, on october 9th II I Ill SALE STARTS AT 1 P. M. SHARP I I LIVESTOCK 11 Cows, all coming fresh this winter 1 Heifer, coming fresh this fall 2-year old steer 1 Yearling 'heifer 3 Calves MACHINERY 1 Minnesota binder 2 7-ft. Deering discs 1 John Deers gang plow, 12-in. 1 Gang Plow, 14 in. 4 Wagons 1 Hayrack 1 Superior 10-ft. Drill 6 sets Harness 25 tons of Wheat hay 1 De Laval Cream Separator, No. 1~ 1 Blacksmith Outfit 1 3-section iron Drag i 3-section wooden Drag 1 Deering Mower 1 Hay Rake 1 Grind Stone 1 Galvanized Water Tank Many other articles too numerous mention to TERMS OF SALE CASH I J: J, P.Jordan, Clerk ..