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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 19, 1950     Golden Valley News
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n / THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19/1950 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH. N. D. PAGE TttP E .,.,~ * ~ ~ l Sunday School 10 a.m. . All Sunday~ services are re-Speaker: Mr. O. Leonard Orve- Thursday. Robe,rt H. Brumett, who has state, Clinton Denison, former- j~r~#~ ~.~ I Morning Worship 11:15 a. m. corded and are available for re- dal, Rural Life Commissioner. The auction sale at the Plum- been North Dakota relations of- ly o~ Wells county. For the past " ~r~.~,- -~,,%---~1~ [ Wed., 7 p. m., Choir, 8 p. m., I playing at no charge, on request. Confirmation class Saturday at mer ~acm Tuesday drew a large ricer s.~nce February, 1949, will 13 years Denison has been with ~.~~ ~ [ Fellowship of Prayer & Study. IWe wish to serve shutins and 9:30 a.m. crowd and everything brought become administrative officer for ~'-- --- Thurs., 2:30 p. m., W. S. C.S. I absentees. TRINITY, SENTINEL BIrrTE: a fair price. . the Red Cross blood center at St. the Red Cross, most recently sta- Honed with the veterans admln- BEACH lYfETHODIST CHURCH Friday, 5:15 p. m., leave for[SENTINEL BUTTE: Services at 9:30 a. m., with Mr. and Mrs. Sam Fisher and Louis. The transfe~, becomes of- ~tration at F~:a'~ b:r.,,lling, Min- J. Robert Boggs, lr., Pastor Medoca Supper Conference. [ Mornin~ worship service at Rev. V. C. Bee bringing the mes- Sandra spent Sunday at the BEACH: WIBAUX: [ 9:30 a. m.. preceded by 10 min- sage. Dewey Fisher home. fective November 1. t Morning Worship 9:45 a.m. ] utes of sacred hymns intoned on Sunday School at 10:30 a.m. Rev. and lV~rs. G. R. Auer. Mr. ~rumett will be succeeded inncsota. Sunday School 10:45 a. m./ the chimes. Ladies Aid with Mrs. C. E. and Mrs. Claud Schouboe; Mrs. North Dakova by a native of the :r~ws Want Ads Bring Resdh| 46r1~|][11~ ~lggl~', forThurs.,SundaYoct. 22,7:306:30Eveningp.p.m.,m" Choir,Fellwship8:15 I~I'-~ELICALBp, ETH~EN CHURCHLI l~ 1 i'f-:.1:* atCa'rlsn2:30 p.aS m.hstess this Thursday wereRnaldsundaySChubedinnerandguestsChildrenat ............ -=---- .......... - "7':'- --Y-~--~--~ ~ I Bible Study & Prayer Rev. E. I. Bott. Past~r Confirmation class this Thurs- the Ernie Stark home in honor ~rmalrl~ day at 4 p.m. of Doris' birthday. Fish ~r~ p. m., Missim~ary Sew. Preaching Service, 10:15 a. m. CAflLYL~" M,. and Mzs. Rudolph Lmts RE-ELECT ingCircle. ~;,undavSchool, ll:15a, m. Chicken dinnc~r and bazaarandShi~iey;Dianne, Stevieand HOWARD A ]~OUM Dramatic Review ] Time ;,~ Prayer, 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 26, beginning at &'rr, Spriggs; Oron Lindstrom; Prexc]ing Service, 8:00 p.m. 6 p.m. Mr. ~and Mrs. Grove Lutts and ~"~'~'~ ,,~ ~:~r~C~"-~ Youth Fellowship, Wed., 7:00 Mrs. Royal Shep~rd were Sun- Presented by ~evs. H. E. & Inez Lacy, Pastors p, m. ' - ..... -~:'~'~'--~--~ day dinner guests at the Bert WAL ER C. GRAN lowship supper session, le l e} rS they called on Minnie Bearfield. BEACH: ,, ST. PAUZ.'S LtFI'ttEft~,I~ Mrs. I. C. Waldron returned Golden Valley County Wed., Oct. 25, 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 19th, Mission- CHU~.~Ctt | Mrs. Bert Hudson from the hospital in Miles City ary society meets in church par- C. HI~7.. tm~or this week. At First Lutheran lors ~o,r~ Synod ...... a The local W. S. W. S., met Church F,ridav our churh participates Services Sunday October 22nd, CHURCH NEWS at the home of Mrs. Victor Berg4 years experience as States Attor- in the Tri-county annual supper 10:30. Rev. G. R. Auer, Past~ on Thursday with a fair crowd FREE-WILL OFFERING meeting in the church at Medo- ra. PUBLIC INVITED TO ATTENDI Sunday Services: 5-lie{ Church school at 10:00 A M. ~,~,~,,~L~.~,.A~I Morning worship at 11:00 a. ,-vv ~ v v v ~ff-'~ m. i i i t. Peanut Butter, 53e HUN~S no. 33c GREEN GIANT no. 303 2 for 39c 100 lbs. $2.98 LARGE 5 lbs. 5% ALSO Lettuce, Cabbage, Tomatoes, Celery, Pink Grapefruit, Bananas, Grapes, Carrots and Lemons. PRICED FOR SWIFT'S POTTED MEAT 5 oz., 2 for 35c ECONOMY. CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP 10 for $1.00 MEATS SWIFT'S FANCY SLICED BACON, lb ........ 69c SWIFT'S ESSEX CERVALET, ...... 69c GOLD SEAL GLASS WAX, pt ........... 59c RINSO, lge., 2 for ........ 59c LUX FLAKES, lge., 2 for.. 59c LUX TOILET, reg., 4 for 33c LUX TOILET, bath size .. 12c BAKER*S lb. ....... 45c IMITATION 8 oz. .... 1% ~ILLING'S - .,'~ ~" l ii I Sunday School 11:30. Sunday School 10:00 a. m. " ~ ........................ ....... Morning Wocsh]p at Alpha. .**t~.,ra~;)~,~,~v.~m=,,,~,- Evening Service at 8:00 p. m. O. L. ~'.~I~u'D'/Paxtor Bible Club Wednesday 3:30 p. I'~$T LvYrHER~N BEACH: %rayer Meeting Wed., 8:00 p. ~unday School :tO a.m. m. ~e:~,;iees at 11 a. m., with Roy. Cho~r Practid~e Thursday 7:30 V. C..~oe :~s guest speake~r,p m Lunch wlll be served at noon -' " at a nominal charge.. Rev. R. R. Strutz of Billings, Luther League C~rcmt conven- Conference superintendent, was t:o~ _'n the. afternoon. Choral present Monday and conducted Umon practme at 2 p. m. Choral Quacterly Conference. He was a Union concert at 3 p. m. Vespers hou~eguest at the Auer home Service with Rev. V. C. Bee as Mrs: Hubert Rustad and Ber- speaker at 4:45 p.m. I nard and Mrs. Gee. Rustad made This Thursday a meeting for!a business trin to Miles City men and women at 8 p. m. i Wednesday and returned home RUPTURED? See The Patented DOBBS SUPPORT NO BULBS, NO BELTS, NO STRAPS It holds.the ruptu,re with a soft concave pan at all times while working, lifting, walking or swimming. Lightweight, presses body in but two places. Reason should tell you not to place a bulb or ball in opening of rupture, which keeps muscles spread apart SANITARY, WASHABLE, A DOBBS FACTORY REPRESENTATIVE WILL DEMONSTRATE THIS SUPPORT WITHOUT OBLIGATION. FOR MEN WOMEN AND CHILDREN. Ask tor Mr. Br~nden, a~ the Golden Valley Hotel in Beach. TUESDAY, ocT. 24th -- 9:30 A. M. TO 11:90 A. M. GLEN M. BRANDON 301 West 90ih SL Minneapolis, 20, Minnesota COOKS AND KEEPS WITH TWO FUELS! WARM IN WINTER... IN SUMMER! $327.95 ,u., Elec~ricily and Oil, Coal or Wood i ONLY MAJESTIC GIVES YOU ALL THESE EXTRA ADVANTAGES1 Extra big "Temptrol" oven Circulates and radiates heat Convenient waist high broiler Cooks with cool gas in summer More Usable top cooking space o Extra easy to clean COME IN TODAYI SEE THe ~HO NEW MAJESTIC COMBINATION OU~VEN RANGE| attending. After the business ney. Believes in honesty and econo- sessions visiting was enjoyed, my and fair and im-artial 1-~ ~- followed by delicious refresh- "7' ~" ....... " ments 'served by Mrs. Berg. forcement. Attended short course Re nsfers prosecuting attorneys at Northwest- N. D. Representative University. North Dakota--s state relations officer for the American Red 7 ~ , ~ . Cross is being ,transferred to ~our ~ote and Support alll be greatly appreciated. ~haZ organization s regional of- l'i('e in St, Louis. = ~ -----: --- .__~.:~:_ _~_ : Comn uni S [e . ~1~ lO M. 4 TERMS: CASH W W * * Lunch will be served by the 4-H girls; please bring your own cup. The following list of merchandise is only a partial list; there will be scores of other items offered for sale: 1 Red head 14" Hammermill 1 1947 3-4 ton Chev. Pickup 1 1949 13 ft. Tandem Disk,, like new. 1 1950 10 ft. Tandem Disk, new 1 -- 1950 10 ft. D ckfoot, new 1 -- 1950 3 section Spring Tooth Harrow, new 1 -- 4 bottom, 14" Oliver Plow 1 3 bottom, 14" Massey-Harris Plow I-- 4 Wheel Trailer 1 Oldsmobile Wrecker 1 -- Blacksmith Forge and Blower 1 -- 2 bottom, 12" Oliver Plow 1 8 ft. Grain Binder 1 -- Packer 2 Barrel Pumps 1 I.H.C. Horse Mower 1 -- 6 ft.'John Deere Combine 1 --- 1937 ton Pickup 1 1948 One-way, Minneapolis-Moline 1 -- 10 ft. I. H. C. Tandem Disk 1 I.H.C. 9 ft. Duckfoot 1 12 ft. John Deere Rod.Weeder 1--- 11' Spring Tooth Harrow 1 12 ft. Van Brunt Drill 1 -- 1 to 2 h. p. I. H. C. Motor 1 Fuel Oil Tank Heater 24 ft. Hot Air PiPe For Furnace --- 5 ft. Poney Press Drill Complete Set Household Furnishings -- 1 22 Rifle I-- Post Drill L AUCTIONEER DICK