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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 16, 1941     Golden Valley News
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rAGg i GOLDEN r HOME @ @ I Don t Miss Th, s Fine Production! Proceeds For ! ~'--'--- -- ~~E-N~~ -il | ~ ~ ~ ~ I | ]~ i ICake Flour, Swansdown I Flour ,Occident or Dakota t I W~ ~dk ,,,~,, ,lh ~mlb ~4b ~muf II1} ~1~ t ~reg" size pkg ............. 24c I Maid, 98-1b. sack ......$3.~9 II[| n r A l-lb. cans .......... 45c ..... "---- "-"'" ".~- In Cresent and Sta da d rmstron ] --I Black Hills Pure Honey, [ II) 11' T Lr~ LE~b I Peal~o %0 crna:r Tomatoes, 10e I Morton's Smoked Salt~ I ~ ................. lO-lb, can ............ 89c I lflkllJqklr~l I Tomato Soup or Tomato I '! "-- II Juice, ....... . ICrisco, 3-lb. can .......... II ! ' -I Ga tters for our htchen....Flor. , and r c Y 1 Y Vukelic s Cash & Carry Mkt. G o als for your bedroom. Cover your McKenzie Land floors from wall to wall These patterns were bought before the rising prices and now they are going out fast. Select yours now. 9 x 12 rugs---- $4.79 Buy Furniture Now While Prices Are SON Supper Confer- ence At Wibaux The Wibaux Methodist Church was host to ~the Tri-County Sunday school workers' supper conference on Tues- day evening, October 14, In addition to reprT:~ntatives az,d workers of the Sunday schools of the association, a carload of ;v!ks from Glendive also a~tended. County President, Chas. M. Fulton, t:resided, Rev. Grant S. Moore led the group singing the old famili:tr Sunday School songs. Rev, Bergland of Olendive asked the Table Blessing Still Low and everyone present enjoyed a boun- Project Benefits Landlords Also Operation of the McKenZle County land utilization project in western N. Dak. is proving advantageous to ab- sentee land owners as well as to op- erators within the project. All affairs of the Grazing associa- tion concerning the use of leased lands within the projec~ are in the hands of the board of directors of thb lo- cal grazing association. These direct- ~ors are elected by the ranchers them- I selves and they are concerned With stabilizing ohe agricultural industry there. Thus the land owners can handle ] all their lands within the .project through a central agency, are given the advantage of long term leases and the development work which is done on the alnd. and their lands are un- t der supervised use. This has resulted :n increased income for many land cwners, inasmuch as in the past many ~evt~cns were uzed without the pay- ment of rent. The land utilization project was ~uilt sround lands purchased alter Edgar Kukowski, Mrs. Frank Kuk- owski and Mrs. E. `M. Enderle autoed to Hettinger Tuesday. Miss Thora Reyerson returned to Beach with them after a week's visit with relatives and friends there. The four room bungalow which is being built by Vic Thompson is nearly completed and will be ready within the next few weeks. Ole Thorson and Ben Pierzina are doing t;he work. Anthony Tescher. son of County Commissioner and Mrs. Mat.tt Tescher of Sentinel Butte, left recently for Burbank, California, where he has ac- cepted a position with the Lockheed Aircraft corporation, in the blue print department. He attended a school for several weeks and then successfully passed an examination in order to get the Job. He says he likes It fine and has seen lots of North ~akota boys. In renewing their subscripton to the News 'Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Foss of Fremont, Ohio, former Golva resi- dents, inform this sheet that Cheir son Edward is now in the army at Camp Shelby, Miss., and participated in the recent maneuvers in Louisiana. ,Mrs. Thomas Bray of Kelso, Wn., was a guest of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Palmer last week. She is a sister ~o Mrs. Palmer. Friday evening of last week the teous megl. 'he 1934 drouth in the federal govern- teachers of C~olden Valley county were The annual County convention w:ts ment's efforts to remove part of the pleasantly entertained at a dancing announced for June 7, 1942, to be held submarginal lands from cultivation, party sponsored by the Sunset Lodge These purchased lands, together with'at the Masonic Temple in Beach. at the Beach Congregational church, state, county and privately-0wnedj ,Mr. and Mrs. Donald Hammond re- June Mills spoke on the plans and lands, are leased by the grazing asso-I turned Tuesday from their recent purposes of the Bible Reading cam- ciationwhich in turn issues grazing honeymoon trip to various Minnesota paign which will begin January lsL permits to operators in the project, points. Rev. C. A Armstrong, State Super-;The leased lands are used to build up intendent of Christian Education, of compact, stable and proper--slzed op- F~rgo gave an address on "Christian ~ erating units which can be utilized on Homes the Need of the Hour", and!a basis which will conserve soll and spoke of the value and importance ol moisture. The Soil Cooservation Ser- Christian homes in relation to the na- vice is assisting ranchers in the area. tion. ~he church and the Sunday @ school Social Hour club wil] meet nex~ Following the singing of "Blest Be Tuesday, October 21st. with Mrs. Ma- the Tie that Binds". Rev. Richert of bel Cook. l~oll call, "Careful Plann- Beach pronounced the benediction, ing.' l . The Beach Woman's club held their annual guest night Monday evening at the home of Mrs. John Keohane. ~A fine program and lunch:~w~Ueri- @ joyed. WED.- 9 CAR ON TRACK 15 Miss Lucille Morris is spending few da~s here with her mother, V. G. Morris. S Bring your. while in town Doerner's Care IIIIIIIIIIIHIIilIIIIIIIII im MclNTOSH MONT. Chocolate Cherries Brach's Paf~na 1 lb. box 23c II I II " IIII Fine Assortment of HalloweZen Candy 40"lb. box $1.33 Plenty of Veal This w Swan Soap Week ]Pure - Floating 2 xeg size bars 15c Smoke Salt Mortons Old Hickory Figaro Liquid l We expect to have For Saturday MILLERS COFFEE .... COFFEE GOLDEN WEST I lb. 30C 2 lbs. 58c 3 lbs. 35c Toilet Tissue Mince Meat Reg rolls Pure - Brandy 6 for 25c Bulk, lb. 19c IIIIIII!11111111111111111111 --George Muggli is now employed at the Beacon Oil Co. taking the place ; of Werner Kippley, who has been there the past year. Mrs. Ralph Jones and two daughters Judie and June Roe retuyned here last week end from a week's vacatio at her parental home in Glendive. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Jones and their daughter motored to Bismarck Thurs- day of last week returning here on Friday. Tommy Hudson accompanied them. Harry Halstead is driving "a new Ambassador Six Ne~sh ~t~l~':~he'~- chased from the Halstead Corporation last week. " - Mr. and Mrs. Nlc l~einingeY of Dick- inson stopped here several days last week for a vi~it, at , h!~:~parental [ Vince ~Wicka home Sou~' of town. [ 75 They left Th~r~ eve~,~,for Los I Angeles-"where~e~. wlll~ke l)helr future, 'ho e ger's IItK6MtlL~ ............ J Grand weather for shooting... Grand weather for motoring.. If you've never tried Phillips 66 PolyGas, you could not pick a better time than rlqht now to get a trial tanldull Becatme PhUlips matched to your weather more accuratel than any other qcmoliael Why not pull up at the Orcmqe and Black test, 'hiqh anfi-lmock motor tuck Its extra value gasoline, yet coata nota. extral Beach --- SERVICE STATION