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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 20, 1938     Golden Valley News
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CA, ~ 6 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS THURSDAY, OCT. 20, 1938 !ill i i I j I I I I III I IIIII I I COlViMUNITYAIJCTIONSAL[ SATURDAY, OCTOB[R,22 ~ STARTING AT ONE P. M. SHARP AT "SCOTTIE BARN ON HIGHWAYS [0 & 16, BEACH, N~D. :~1 II ] T LOCALS : Editor Wm~ Frances and his wife of Ve]va, N. D., were pleasant visitors in Beach last Thurs~y morning. While here they stopped to visit at the boys at the Beach Bakery and also called at the l~ews office. Did you ask for your BUCKS? The fire department was called out last Thursday afternoon to quench a small blue near the Davis Bros. ser- vice station on the highway. Melvin Nelson of Baker was a pleas- ant caller in town last Thursday. ~lct manager Jackson of the Red Owl stores was a Beach visitor last week. Earnle Schmlt was a very pleasant O~.d/ve visitor last Friday evening. R/eslan& the eye sight speelaI~st will arrive 8und~y and may be con- suited far finest optical service at the Golden Valley hotel all week to Sat- UWlsy n~ht~ OeL 29. It DIVIDE NEWS I1 II A general school meeting was held at the Dick Pendleton home, Tuesday, October llth. Mrs. Pendleton is the new clerk, having succeeded May Wri- ght, who moved to Sentinel Butte. Era ])alley and~ son Emmet finished threshing for ~avman Brothers on last Monday. Chas Lowman, Harold Honar and Taylor Cook are working on the dam in Sentinel Butte. Mrs. Dick Pendleton is quite fl] with a slight infection in her knee. She Is ta~ treatments fro~D~. Lyons in Beach. M. and Mrs. Emil Kur~k, Mr. and Mrs. John S. Rathbam ~and~Mrs. Pen- dleton made a trip ~o! Dickinson last Thursday to visit their grandfather, Samuel Wait, who is in the St. Joseph hispital there. Mr. Wait will be removed to his heine as soon as his condition permits. Webster Allen was helping Ted Cook and son Harold move a building last daughter Marjorle were in Beach Sat- urday. Mrs. Henrietta Shoen left Golva Monday and left for Billings Tuesday and from there will go to Kansas City to spend some time with her son Reg. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Thorson came ~o Golva Monday morning and Mrs. Sheen accompanied them to Beach. Mrs. Covert and Mrs. Scheffer en- tertained a number of friends Saturday night at the Covert home in honor of their husbands birthday. Five tables of whist was played and delicious re- freshments were served. Mrs. Ted Maanum, Mrs. John Sch- aefer and daughter Shirley were Beach vlaitors Saturday. Chas. Anthony. and family returned from Fergus Fall, Minn., Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schmldt returned to their home in Illinois Wednesday. Miss Dorothy Schulte, Mr. Schuite and Norbert were Beach callers Mon- day. Miss Edna Peterson spent the week end at Beach. Ed Fischer is nicely located in his mother, Mrs. Anna Klrkpatrick. They sold their machinery and holdings near Carlyle and~both have positions in Billingsiand expect to ~eside there for some tilde. DM yen ask for yoc~r BUCKS? A gathering of old neighbors and friends which proved to be a very en- joyable affair was given at the Peter Schmitz home last Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schmidt of IIlin~Is. A delicious dinner was served and all hoped it would not be long before they would visit Golva and vicinity again. They ow~ a farm just nortl! of Golva. Mr. and Mrs. John Kempenik of Vim are the proud parents of a son born to them last week. /Mr. Kempenik is a brother of Mrs. Ed Fischer and they FREE CASH DALLY $1.00 AND UP Community Dividend WALL DRUG CO. / Prescription speciahstS j Phone 31 Beach, N~. Dak. have many friends in Golva and vl- cinity. WANT TO BUY Used Tires For Vulcanizing Tread Mus~ Be in good condition Sizes 4:50x21 4:75x19 5:25x18 5:50x17 6:00x16 600x20 32x6 Purvis Tire Shop 7- afternoon. ~day Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Over- stad drove to Plentywood, Montana, to take their little niece, Judy Good- man, home, The C,~erstads returned here Tuesday. Mr, and Mrs. O. B. Johnson of Gar- ~/ rlson, N. D., and Mr. and Mrs. Herb Thompson of Coleharbor, N. D., arrived is~t Saturday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Aden Miller and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin dinner, Friday Mrs. W~tt Johnson had to sprain her ankle ~rs iS now employed came here Friday and the next day, accom- Robinson and Nick returned to Beach Sun- meeting was held last ltlght at th home of Mrs. Victor Thom- Pson. Henry ~ spent the weekend at Watford City where he visited his Parents. ~e)~rnest Sorensen spent Sunday at !field. spent the weekend Alpha, returning camp at Watford and daughter Phyl- Minn., arrived here Strokel make their home near ~t her home Tue- over the weekend. I~ MEN'S TOPCOAT. In Inquire at wasa Beach of last week. Oibnan, who has been visit. at Mason City, Iowa, and Mrs Delo Logan, and George Sz- week. building. udera were Glendlve visitors SUnday Miss Ann Sleeper of Beach and Leon- evening. Did you ask for your BUCKS? [ard MaUs were Golva callers Monday. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kuhfeld of BiS- ~ ~ ~_... !night. \ were callers in Beach over the Ill l Mr. ~d Mrs. Casey Hlggins were weekend, i~f~T IF a ~ Beach victors MondaY. Ole Thorso~ had the misfortune tol ~J~,IJL~ V ~ Miss Flora McPhee entertained Miss ~u~ his foot quite badly last week on ] II] I I I Cecelia MHler, Mr. and Mrs. Bud ~ glass at the etty hall, He was tak- [ Mrs. Otto Petersilie, Mrs. Ted Rink ] Haigh and Frank Haigh to a six f ~he local hospital for a couple of ] and children and Mrs. Anna Wise were I o'clock dinner Friday night. : ___,it is now able to be up and lGolva callers Monday.. ~ [ A. H. Kreitinger and family were which is good news toI Mr. and Mrs. Pete Schlllo and llttle]guests at the ~Matt Kr~use home Sun- ]1]Kl~,ny friends. ]daughter of Beach were Golva c~llers]day afternoon and evening. ~ . Bob Jones drove to Bismarck Sat- on Mrs. Shoen Wednesday and were] Mrs. A. J. Zlebarth was a pleasan~ urday n~ht, returning here Sunday. dinner guests of i~ete s parents here. ] caller at the Page home Friday afte~ Glen Wolf, John Alguire, Maurice Mr. and Mrs. WeJnreis and MissI noon while Mr. Ziebarth attended Rohan, Eddie Oster, and Walt Bratton Wetnreis were Beach\v~ltors Friday. business matters. '~Mr.' and Mrs. Jo~ Denton were Mr. ~nd Mrs, Etnar Faistad and drove to Olendlve and bowled Sunday Beach visitors Saturd~ family of Billings, Mont., formerly of I Frank Halgh, H. 1~: Funk and Golva, spent last week visiting her I I~ wawawawawawawav, wJ ~wawawawawawawawa~ ~. i T FERE ! ~ FIRE-CHIEF GASOLINE. Our strongest argument iS this simple Necessary Service Operations To ! ' ,~,.~.,, ~c~,~.,. ~.~... ~,~_~.,... when Fou read about the free serv~ that go" with it, InsureCardree Winter l ~ ~... ~-~, ~,~, ~ ~o- ..~.. j. ~ ~ I~ Driving At ! @ , .~.., .,-- II $33 ' "" "'"" -: 5 1 " I~ (Off etc" Extra) l CIRCLE SERVICE. Our modern way of ~,V~[~ Z~/'*$~ ~1 servicing your car--more thorough--, ~'~/~ ///~" ~/ # 1 Battery condition test. Add distilled water, clean I battery and terminals, inspect and clean battery ~ more complete. One "circling" gives ~={~ (~)*/f"~/ ~' c.bles. . ! you. clean windshield, rear window. ~ ~,v" /1~ ~)~ ./ l~l~ 2 Test starting motor starter switch; tighten all t clean lights for safer driving, as well as ~/- ~ .~" I~ starter connections. ~ ofgas' and water and proper inflation // ~,~-~.,,......... "~"~J"'~ ~ 3 Clean generator armature; sand-in armature ~ /[i~~r~ ~k~ brushes; tighten all generator connections; ad- and two sons kN just beR tension. , here for a few I . , ~ h'hwill be k~q 4 Check alignment and operativn of all lights, tight-,~i I WE GIVE, l I : ~ :ome ne~ ~ ]gmtmnen =nnectlns" checka~el::~:c::'t:=ectins atsw,tch, fuse bk~k, ; "EST ~ h~stessl ~ 5 Inspect and t~ghten !ub at her home ~ ~ .... [~ e~. l REGISTERED REST ROOMS. It is ~n .entertained'~NI ~ 6 Tune engine, including~lea~ing and adjusting ! our privilege to offer you hospitality on ROOM / [, ~, the road. Our Registered Rest Room /' II ~ -~ "~\\ ; her home Tue-~-~ s ark plugs and distributo~r.~Inspect high ten- I from;=;endthe Dl " l ~ sJon wir~, clean g,~'.e ~'| drain ca rb.retor, l signs are our assurance to you of nea. ~ /J I P . ." ck ~ .lOW OUt jets, check fuel level and adjus, ,hrott|e | clean re. rooms, completely equipped, k// e TOI~AT In! K for proper engine idle and set acqelerator control ~ carefully maintained. We pledge the~l ' // l/~ ~v e at News. "..ltl ~ rod to "winter" position. Drain and check fuel n was a Beach[~ pump. | spic-and-span. ~ ~ -~ p" ", WE GIVE has been 7 .Tighten cylinder heads, nte .d exhaust manl- ~son City, Iowa, ~ ~ llOlU. ,~, l morntn l 8 Completely lubricate chassis. W~ake for eus- __ ier riding and insure8 against unnece~s~ wear. II Ii Attorney 9 Change engine oil to winter grade. This assures COURI~SY... from the Gentleman With his proper lubrication, economy and easy starting. am a cand~da~ that I re~lectlon to the (}olden work has deser- would be pleased to at the polls Nov. 8th. ---GUY LEE. NOTICE \ stock oh.Sectlon 25 to keep ~ame off. they will be take~t up for Rgymond Kukowsk/ I0 Drain and flush out transmission and rear axle and refill with w~nter lubricants. ~This will af- ford proper protection to moving parts and in- sure easy shifting. 11 Check cooling system for leaks, replace hose, etc., if required. Drain out all water, flush to remove all dirt and grease. 12 Add Ford Anti-Freeze to cooling system. 13 Check windshield wiper operation and blade con- dition. Includes corrections in vacuum line if re- quired. 14 Adjust clutch pedal. JOHNSON HOTOR CO. who serves you. Your wish is to enjoy the use of your car. Our wiah is that you will find more of that enjoyment by " dealing with us. We make every effort to serve you so that you.will always prefer to stop at our stations. YOU BUY ONE--you get ALL FOUR at TEXACO DEALERS !