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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 3, 1935     Golden Valley News
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OCTOBER 3, 1935 THE BEACH REVIEW and Mrs. N. I. Waldal paid Review office a pleasant call one last week. Birmingham and H.L. Rice having their ~.esidences in the Olson of Moorhead is visit- the city Gilbertson returned last Friday t from an extended trip which him as far east as Chicago. He for about three weeks. P. Lovgren returned Friday t about a week's visit with his and family in Fargo. Riesland. the eye specialist, consulted for finest, reason- l~riced optical service at Golden Oct. 31 and Nov. 1, 2, ,3. Oc3-tf last meeting of the American Auxiliary was held with Mrs. of Sentinel Butte, at which it was decided to have a book for the public library at the meeting. food sale wilt be conducted Auxiliary Oct, 19. Auxiliary members Wishing to the fall roundup at Dickinson are requested to notify Mary or Annabelle Davidson before of this week. Fakler. Kermit. Bertha and spent S~tturday at GlendNve they took in the Dawson. Fail'. JacR Callahan left on Thurs- make a visit with her sister Wisconsin. Rex Swenson of Belfield is on general duty at the Beach County commissioners are now their meeting commenc- Tues~lay of this week. car going to be the one the leaky radiator after the first frOst? Fill die radiator now with Prestone at the new fox ~of $2.70 per gallon. Davis Bros. S12tf and Mrs Frank Nehls were Trotters Thursday. Frank a heavy infestation of grass- in that part of the county that the pests will he in much larger numbers next than they were this summer. and Mrs. Howard Stock- Miss Marian Jones returned Thursday evening from Fargo Howard was a witness on a car case before the Grand NYAL 2 for 1 Sale now on at Rice Drug Co, The sale will run the bal- ance of this week and next Monday. Walt Bratton, who is employed at the Fallen County Times at Baker, and Miss Gladys Turner of that city were Beach callers Sunday evening. Progra~ms listing the attractions booked at the Bijou Theatre for the month of October were distributed last weekend and an excellent Dine- up of shows is scheduled. The com- plete program will be found on pago seven of this week's issue of the Review. Mrs. Lewis Odland is in critical condition at the Bismarck /hospital following a serious tumor operation there on Monday. Mr. Odland is in Bismarck with her. FOUND---Car crank on road lead- ing out of town past the dam Own- er call at Review office, tf VAN BRUNT JOHN DEERE drills are better and last longer. Last spring Van Brunt drills could not be bought on account of the great de- mand. If you don't believe R, ask Jim Hardy, the Micheis Bros. and dozens of others. Bismarck had 7000 Van Brunt orders that coul~ not be filled. More Van Brunt drills are sold than 3 other makes com- bined. There is a reason. The Tat- lay Implement Co., Ollle, Carlyle and Gr0Tva. SStf Rev. B. T. Osborne and C. J Eide left Tuesday for Grand Forks where they will attend the state con- ference of the M. E. church, which began yesterday. Mrs Elde accomp- anied them as far as Dickinson, to visit with her son Cornell and fam- ily, there. The Beach Homemakers will meet with Mrs Patricia Sokoloski on Oct. 15. instead of Oct. 8. Thee. Tobias returned on Saturday from a trip to Minnesota and Wls- cousin. A M Peterson returned yester- day from an extended trip of several weeks which took him to Minneapo- lis, and also on to Wisconsin: Mich- igan. and down to Nebraska and South Dakota. BUY NOW! Nyal 2 for I sale now on at Rice Drug Co. It Mrs. O. R. Niece is still confined to her bed as a result of her fall some time ago. She must remain quiet for several weeks to insure recovery. Her rfiany friends hope to see her up and around again real soon. The weather man says that Old Man Winter will soon be here. Is your car protected? Fill the radiatm now with Eveready Prestone at the new low price of $2.70 per gallon. Davis BrOs. Superservice. S12tf ' FOR SALE--Good lignite heating stove. A. M. Stoddard, Beach. fix there they drove over Wm. Lamb of Marmarth is spend- Minn. to visit Nyle~ :__ ,,.~ a few days in Beach on business. a former resident of Golden,Mr to J in-i Lamb is well known here, hay- county, and also. went been a resident of the ~t~' for N: Dak., for ~ visit at the]a ~number of years before 'moving to of Howard's sister-in-law. Mrs.i Marmarth. Thompson. At Leonard theyI Chris Christenson was up from a pleasant visit with M. another Beach old-timer. I Baker last Thursday greeting old friends as well as attending to bus- down from Grand Forks see them. Miss Jones visited ss in Fargo. Size film ~veioped and print- Reprints 3c each. 24 hour Welch Studio. O2-4t Akason and Andy Abra- from Hillsboro. N. Dak. evening and .will help the Golliets move to that part or following their auction One ~of which was held at the near Mosher yestercTay and which is to be held at the home on No 10 at Beach on Saturday. Rose has enrolled as :~ the Dickinson State Teach- and is now in attendance She had previously expected. t0 business college but changed iness matters. Chris is well known in and around Beach, having operat- ed a steam threshing outfit, one of the largest in the territory, in Golden Valley county a number of falls in the days before the combine. He has a ranch north of Baker and also runs a garage in town. Miss Leone Erdman was employed in the sheriff's office several days the past week. assisting with the work of making up and mailing out tax notices. The Past Matron's Club will meet at the home of Mrs. And Nunn in Sentinel Butte on Wednesday, Octo- ber 9th. Miss Meredith Fuller, who went to Fargo a short time ago to be em- pleyed in s ladies r~ady-to-wear shop bus been transferred to the Bismarck store of the same concern. YOU'LL WANT WARMER WEATHER It On Tap For A Brisk Fall Day! It won't be long before cool fall days will naake you wish for a little August weather While you drive. Bring your old car heater to us; let us clean and check it, or, better yet, Come in and get a new modern hot water heater that will make fall and winter driving a pleas- ure. . the Newest Types Installed as Low as $9.95 Burton Nelson left for Missoula, Mont., last Sunday. Floyd Jennings, editor of the Bak- er Journal and Bud Williams. man- ager of the Fullerton Lumber Co.. were up from Baker Sunday, spend- ing the afternoon attending to bus- iness in ~Vihaux and the evening in Beach. 30 good whiteface calves for sale, also a few good roans. Chris Chris- tenson, Baker, Mont. O3.2tp Miss Abina O'Connor who sus- tained a pelvic fracture In a car accident this summer, had the cast removed today and in a week or so will be rated O. K. by her physician. She i~. visiting at the home of her si~ter, Mrs. Dan Helgeson. Fallen County Times. Thurs., Sept. 26. IIII Sunset Sentinel .... Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Polley and daughter Ella left the middle 9f last week on a few weeks vacation trip to points in Minnesota. Wisconsin, Ohio, and Washington, D. C. where Mr. Polley has a brother living. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Ktrkpatric~. from Sentinel Butte were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Chas. Smith. Mr. Waiters from DlekTnson In- stalled a set of Dolce light batteries at the Alfred Ueckert home. Little Joan Trinklein from Beach is spending a few days at the home of Win. Roesler. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ueckert and Miss Grace Berg were supper guests at the Henry Wojahn home last Fri- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Wandke are taking care of the Henry Thoemke farm during the latter's absence. Carl B. Olsen, $tate manager o~ the Great American Life Insurance Co., spent the latter part of the week in this vicinity and was a guest at the Alfl'ed Ueckert home. Mrs. Chas. Smith was reported on the sick list the first of the week. Win. Kippley went to Bismarck last Friday morning bringing Mrs. Kippley home from the hosPital where she slmnt two weeks. She re- turned much improved. Miss Clara Kippley and Eleanor Ueckert return- ed with them to spend the weakens at their homes, returning to Bismarck Monday morning. Frank Zook wen~ ~o Dickinson on Saturday morning on business mat- ters. returning ~hat evening. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Nethnagel from Fallen. Mont.. spent the weekend at the Win. Ueckert home. They re- turned to Fallen Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dykins lef~ on Monday morning for parts In southeastern part of South Dakota. Roy Doyle left by bus to Minnesota last Sunday to visit with friends and relatives. Drs, Johnstone and Bairn and Mrs:. Bairn were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Smith. IIII Saddle Butte John Yo-'ffil~man and Miss N. Fitz- gerald of Sparta, Wis. were guests at the J. C. BtLtterfied and Dr. Ful- ler homes last week. The newlyweds of Saddle Butte, i. e., Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kittleson ~,nd Mr. and Mrs F. McCarty,' were surprised Saturday night by a yew large crowd of friends. After ~ very delicious lunch about midnight at the Martin Kittleson home they took the crowd to a schoolhouse where they danced the light fantastic. All re. ported a most marvelous time and after a nice little speech by one of the grooms and brides the guests BUY NOW PAGE gave them the hand and a neat little, UNITED LUTHERAN CHURCH sum in honor of the occasion. [ Beach No. Dak Ward Butterfield was threshing atI ReV. E. ~T. Anderson, Pastor Irv Gordon's Monday. II ............... il|l ..... Sunday School -- 10:00 A. M Services -- 11:00 A. M. [home of Mrs. Roy,Oeah Friday, Oct. 4. Mrs. Roy Oeeh and Mrs. O, Moo entertaining. _ tl~,~. __ TRINITY LU-q?'HERAN C,HURCH ] Sentinel Butte, No. Dak, 9:30 a. m. Church Services In the high school aUditorium. CHURCH OF THE UNITED BRETH- REN IN CHRIST W. ~ Nemon, P~tor 10:1~ a. m. Unified service. Worship and Bible study 6:~0 p. m. C. E. Society 7:30 p. m. Evening worship, ST. JOHN'S CATHOLIC Win. Fred Hake, Pastor. Mass at Beach at 8:30 a. m. Mass Sentinel Butte 10:30 a. m. qill METI-IODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH B. T. Osborn~ Pastor Church School 10:00 a. m. Worship II:00 a m. ChSir practice Thursday 7:30 p. m. ........... Itll ..... ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN H. J. Trinklein, Pastor No services next Sunday. IIII CONGREGATIONAl, CHURCH "The F~tendly Church" Rev. C. G. ~llinger, Pastor II 10:00 A. M. -- Church School 11:00 A.M. Morning Worshil~ LoyaltySunday Service and C01~ reunion 2 p. m.--Junior Christia~ Endeavor 7 p. m.~lntermediate C. EndoavoF (~olr practice Thursday 7:30 p. m. --U-- SENTINEL BUTTE CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 9:30 A M. -- Church School:~" 10:00 A. M. Church Worship ~lld Communion Thursday, Oct. 3~l~lblic Aid ~ Tuesday, Oct. 8, 7 p. m.--Yo~ng Peoples' Meeting I BE PHOTOGRAPHED THIS MONTH AND RECEIVE EXTRA PICTURES FREEi OUR USUAL OCTOBER OFFER IS NOW ON . . . 15 Pictures For The Price Of 12 DURING OCTOBER ONLY ~ DON'T WAIT TOO LONG. SITTINGS MADE IN EVENINGS IF MORE CONVENIENT WELCH STUDIO, Beach AND Guaranteed Nyal Alarm Clock Aspirin Ig'on &Wine Nyal Corn Remover Ends pain and quickly removes corns. 25c size 2 ~or Box of 50 'Rice Drug' Co. . BEACH - W:C Wed ' sda, vd y,Thursday; Friday, Saturday and " OCT ER and SAVE! Dxop~ 35c bottle