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October 20, 1938     Golden Valley News
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October 20, 1938
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i PAGE 4 Gantble's Bonded Anti-Freeze, 89c ~er gallon. ]Ub-a/l J~ st~l~ DICKINSON'S Record Oil Road Mileage Is Laid In State In '38 This month brings to a close the heaviest construction program in the history of the state highway depart- ment. More than 500 miles of oiled roads were laid, five times as much in any preceding year. bringing the total on the state system to 1265 miles. Of the 1938 construction, 300 miles was on the ~ederal routes, the remainder on state highways. "Commissioner P. H. McGurren, state highway engineer Z.E. Sevison, and all other officials of the depart- ment, are to be sincerely congratulated Upon the remarkable showing." declares Herman Stern. Wiley City, president of G. . D. A. "We have begun to realize that curren~ highway needs cannot be served by the old type gravel routes, but that our own people, as well as tourist travel, must be pro- vided with dustless, stream-l]hed roads. The Junior Chamber of Commerce at Hfllsboro is noting, on Oct. 7, the com- pletion of oil-top between Grand Forks and Fargo, one of the heaviest traveled routes in the state. This is seen as an avenue over which a ma- terially increased Canadian travel will flow through eastern North Dakota. The completion of paving on U. S. No. 10. across North Dakota, bringing into existence for the first time in the history of the northwest a paved route from coast to coast through this north- ern tier of states, marks an Important sip forward in highway communica- tion. Bring the family to "BOOTS AND SADDLES)' featuring the great Oene Au~ry. at the Sentinel BU~Theatre Oct. 22-23. TWO FREE DANCES Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 22-23 MIDWAY TAVERN Between Beach and Wibaux on Hi-way 10 Music By THE HOODLUMS FREE BEER On Sunday Night From 9 to 10 (Don't forget the Hallowe'eu Dance Sun- day, Oct. 30. Music by Joe Fefjar's Band) Come Early For These! Don't Be Disappointed Friday - Saturday~ Thusda~r v - ....... Star Blankets 49c I Of Soft Fluffy Cotton in Colorful Pastel Plaids iii ii ~ i ii Men's Dress Gloves 57C Fleeced lined. Pr. i iiii i ii 27 in. White Outing Flannel Heavy Weight White Flannel While Special Quantity Lasts 6'Acy. 36 in. Priaed A feat~ Far Below Regular price .... Per ycL .... . ~ BOY'S .,. ~ Sh pLi dC ' ': ee ne oats urc oso to money, Sizes 6 to 18 Each ............... ~f- = i ,llll iiii ii ii i 500 Facial Tissues 5c The Early Bird Will Get This Value DON'T WAIT! ii ii ii i i i iiii 15Cr White Sheet Blankets 70x90 69c Better Buy Several at this price! Practical for year 'round Use I THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS Mount Angel, Ore.. News--You real- who said six camps in western states clea fire haazrds in areas swept by the ly shouldn't blame Dr and Mrs. A. had been cancelled to allow establish- recent hurricane. F. E. Schierbaum for the supercil- men~ of six New England camps to Reid said the hoped to secure help ious air they are putting on, for they THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1938 are &rand new grand parents since Tuesday morning, their daughter, Mrs, C. C. Seely of SaLem, having presented them with a five and one- half pound graneL daughter, Judith Ann. at the Sllve~ton hospital that morning. Get your Beach High" Seh~l Pen- nants before the l~ffi~~ game at] Wall's. The Misses Edna and Evelyn Nelson, alrompanied by Mrs. Fred Spiegelberg, drove to Bismarck last "~rhUrsday and visited friends and the Nelson glrl at- tended the NDEA sessions at Mandan. They returned Saturday. CCC SHIFT HALTS RESTORA- TION WORK AT MEDORA Medora--Withdrawal of an order lo- cating a CCC camp at Medora halts i any winter plans for restoration work of Chateau DeMores and improvements of the south Roosevelt park unless some other federal agency supplies workers. Russell Reed, state park sup- erintendent, said today. Approval for reestablishing a camp at Medora was cancelled on Monday by Robert Feschner, dh~ector of CCC, NOW' t Drive in and have us change the grease in the transmission and dif- ferential and put ~r off ha the crankcase. In fact. have us lubricate your whole car with our new Mobilofl Preventive Lubrication Service-- No car is ready unless it is right. How about your car? Does it per- form as briskly, smoothly and qui- etly as when new? It is mechanic- ally safe and sound, fit to carryI you and your family in complete~ security anywhere? Face those facts: honestly. And~ ff your ear doesn't measure up tO standard, bring it in for the proper care and servicing. You'll find that it pays---in economy of oper~tion~in lower upkeep costs ~in safer, more enjoyable driving. Community Garage Phone 170 WE WISH TO THANK THE PUBLIC FOR The Fine Patronage Accorded Us ON OUR OPENING DAY We will endavor to give y0~ first class Meals at all times at a Reasonable Price "Where You Are Always Welcome" THE NEW PALACE CAFE MAE BAXTER, Prop. STANDARD AT MINIMUM BRANDS PRICES 35c Vicks Vapo Rub 27c 30c Va-Tro-Nal ... ;. ............. 24c 60c Alkaseltzer .................. 49c 30c Mcntholatun~ ................ 26c Tex Tooth Brushes .......... 2 for 51 c 15c Putman Dyes ........... 2 for 25c Save Half on these home needs Thurs.- Fri.- Sat. 50c BlaKes Hand Lotion ...... 2 for 51c 50c Hirsutone Hair 3bnic .... 2 for 51c $1.25 Cod IJver Oil, vita test, 2 for $1.26 50c Pine Balsam Cough Syrup /...51c 50cPine rm & Honey Cough S~rup 51c 50c Nylotis Face Powder .... ~ for 51c 35cMutton SuetSalve... .... :. 2 for 36c / i' $1.~ Nysis Face Powder . .2 for $1.01 50 Day I~eam Face Powder ...... 51c 50c Nyal Effervescent Salts .. 2 for 51c 50c Antacid Powder ........2 for 51c 10cA.' Sl)ll" "'In, 1 9', s ............ '2 for 11 c 39c HX No. 37 Antiseptic .... 2 for 51c 50c Nyalgesie .............. 2 for 51c 50c Aspirin Tablets, 100's .... 2 for 51e Many others To Choose From! WALL DRUG COMPANY UNEXCELLED FOUNTAIN SERVICE EXPERTS .... , 31 fromeither WPA or NYA agencies so improvement work on the two big pro- jects could be resumed. . BANANA SPLITS 1~ ]0c'" Saturday }0 Cozy c L.,a This Week In Glendive AT EASTERN MONTANA'S FINEST THEATRE ROSE Kiddies 15e Sat.-Sun. Nit. ONLY 10c ...... 40e Matinee Sat. - Sun. 2 p. m THURSDAY- FRIDAY- SATURDAY troublel trUb/e! SUNDAY- MONDAY- TUESDAY Now they're growing up! ... all talented, all different! "FIVIEOF A lillID" JEAN CLAIRE CRSAR HERSHOLT" TREVOR ROMERO SLIM SUMMERVILLE HENRY WILCOXON INEZ COURTNEY JOHN QUALEN JAN[: OARWI:LL PAULIN[: Mn~g[: Added -- Real entertainers.., in a high-speed story that whirls in and out of New York's Broadway... sur- prlse-full and up-to-today *~:~:: as the television that takes them there! MICKEY MOUSE CARTOON CRIME DOESN'T PAY PARAMOUNT NEWS MIDNIGHT SHOW SAT. 11:30 P. M. SHOWS AT 7-9 p.m. MATINNEE SUN. 2 p. m. F