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Beach, North Dakota
October 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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October 25, 1934
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LEGION peculiar flukes to account until now, the story officers for the P~t, Am- which was held on . At any rate the follow- then chosen to work of the pcet: D. Nelson. Commauder--Wil~am Harp Burris. J. Edkins. past year was re- ThE BEACrL N. D.. ~DVANCE ,a o.oa, ,.. I R M'DAN 0 L D S o.ic..o H. BROWNS AND o, .,, Fire broke out in the Logan feed TRtS~TZON OF ESTATE. mill Saturday from what was thot to be a hot pipe. Because grinding was going on it was discovered be- ',ore it had a good start and thetH 0 M E FRIDAY alarm sent in, the fire company making a .record run to the scene, they being there with their appar- attm within a very few mtnut~ ~f the ~unding of the alarm. Their quick arrival and good work stop- ped what mll~t have been a bad fire with a lot of damage. As it was there was little fire, and not much 'wate~ damap. Good work, boys ! St. John's Chinch, Beach. N. D Mass will be held at 9 o'clock Sunday morning,, being the 5th Sunday In the month. No mass will be held at SentInel Butte this Sun- day. considering the its membership, Win. Fred Hake, Pastor. and is gener a very go i ' .... I Sunday, Oct. 28th, 1934 --~ -~ -" Hen Feldh' n t Sunday school at I0:00 a. m. ~. ~na ~. IT l~e "-ro---t"" left last Thursday for an extended J P ~mv~worshlp service 11:00 "a. m. ~p ettst. They will stop first a~ for a visit, gotug on from ~ext Sunday morning service will there to see the fair s~t C~licago. They will then go to Warstaw, Ind., where they will see friends for a :tew days More returning, Mr. ahd Feldhusen expect to return about November 1st. Just re- s car of fine old Iowa corn. right. 25-It been Sick with at .the Dick Kerr home but is now recuperating Epworth League service 7:30 p~n. be the celebration of the . Lord's Supper. ~. T. Oshorne~ pastor. UNITED BRETIDgEN CHURCH 10:15 a. m, Unified service fo wor- ship and Bible stury. Sermon, "The Oall to Service." 6:30 Christian Endeavor. 7:30 Evening worship, Prayer service Thursday evening at 7:30. Service at Trotters Sunday 3:00 p.m. CONGREGATIONAL CHlYRCH 10 a. m. Church school, 11 a. m. Morning worship. 7 p, m, Christian Endeavor. They 7:30 p. m, choir practice, SENTINEL BUTTE-- 10 a, m. Church school 2:30 p. m. Church worship. DOROTHY SKIPWORTH Theater 27.28 '99 his band, ALISON WILLIAM teachers were home of Mra last evening at 'by Mrs. Watt Johnson, and Mrs. Earl Marion laalrchiid Also "POPE' and entertainment HOSSES" NEWS i i Hi i i i .:- Adults 35e 7:30 and 9:00 P. M. want to pay. We sell a BED and $69.50. ! SMOKING IN Value OIL on k mint RNITURE until you have looked our When we buy furniture we buy it aim to sell it at prices that you SET, walnut $68.50 MOHAIR and Well const~ of day- in Velour. for $78.50 Enamel Hardware and Furniture New Stock of the World s Finest At Prices That Will Sur- Back From Extended Trip To West Visitifig Old Beach Friends and Relatives Now~ Living There. Balmy ocean breezes an~ an abundance of fruit to eat. combined with the overwhelmIng hospitality of relatives and friends at Tacoma, Washington and other ooast point, prolonged the visit of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brown and .Mr. and Mrs. Richard McDanoid and son Warren, to the west and kept them there nearly five weeks, is their report upon returning to their homes north of Beach Friday evening of last week. ~The trip was made In the M~noid's car. The party left Beach about Sep- tember first, and drivIng 1270 miles to Tacoma~ visited Mr. and Mrs. John Chapman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Neuens and family, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Johnson and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lew Miles and family, Mesdames Chapman, Neu- ens, Johnson and Miles beIng sisters of Mrs. Brown; a niece, Mrs. Thor Arneson and family (Mr. Arnesen is an old timer In Beach); Mr. and Mrs. Ray Stecker and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Stecker and family, brothers of Mrs. Brown; Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Stecker, who left their Vatley home in June of this year to reside at Tacoma; .a cousIn, Mrs. ROy Denny, and Mr. and Mrs, James Sc0t: At Roy. Washington, the North I~kota party renewed ae- qual~tanbes with Knute Moen and family; and Henry Severson family a~ld Ted Vaughn's at Eatonvllle, that .state. J' In Seattle the local people visited ]Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Hoversen and I family, their daughter, Evelyn Gaffi, I home on a visit from Falrbanks, [Alaska, also Mr. and Mrs. green Gafvert, Mrs. Gafvert formerly Ida Mulquist, DrivIng to Everett, the Dakotans visited th~ Charlle Bar- netts, formerly of SentInel Butte, and Mrs. Steve Smith, a sister of Mrs, Bert Brown. In BellIngham, they visited a cousIn of Herin's, Mrs. John Tramm and drove on a sightseeIng trip up to Vancouver, British Columbia. Another point of Interest they en- joyed viewing was the Pacific ocean, where Mr. and Mrs. McDanoid for- got the season of the year long enough to swim as the ocean tide came in, EI~?Gi~e home the travelers stop- pod over night at Nachee. Washing- ton, for a visit with the Henry Mor- ris family and Harry Morris and family, cousins of Mr. Brown. The drive home was made in three days, with overnight stops at Spokane, Washington and Butte, Montana Departing from Nachee, Washington Wednesday morning of last week, the party was on the home grounds Friday evening, a drive of 1350 miles. They report it rained from Spokane to Billings continuously as they drove. Sunday, October 14, a farewell picnic for the Dakotans was given by' relatives and friends and former Golden Valley people now living at at a park in that city, at *fifty were in attend- bounteous dinner cooked on a large fireplace in the park was done Justice to by the visitors from this state and Mr. Brown remm~ged during the meal he hoped the Wash- ingtonlar~s would be as well able to supply a picnic lunch of equal size the next time he is out there. Word was received yesterday that Mrs. Anton udecek is now at St. Joseph's hospital at Dickinson. Her many ~riends hope she willy-Soon be back and in fine health ~in. Potatoes--Choice %Ea])I~ Ohio and Cobblers at $1.65~r 100. At Logan s Auto Service. 25-1p Thcophflus Kunick bought one of the galvanized iron buildings form- erly used by the Standard Oil com- pany in town, had Roy Turtle and his force take it to the Ku~ck farm and now Theophflus has~ fine hay barn, / Another ship~nent/of 10-cent candies in large~ce~lSphane cover- ings. These can~rs are delicious and the last shipment we received went like hot cakes.--Rice Drug Company. 25-1t The Phil. Cooks returned from their trip east yesterday. They had been visiting at Oshkosh, Wis., among other places. Quite a few around Alpha tool~ chickens to the Getz car in Beach Monday. The Alpha Aid is planning a fine old time sociable to be held Satur- day, November 3rd. There will be an old time program, old time eats, and, they hope, old time costumes, o]~ which there are quite a few beauties in that region. This prom- Ises to be an interesting and enjoy- able affair and no one will want to miss it. Watch for further news.i concerning it. Einer N .0~by has been on the sick list this Past week. The Girl Scouts at their meeting last night decided to celebrate Hal- party, State of North I:)~kvta ~ ) County of Golden Valley ss IN COUNTY COURT Before Hen. A. E. Kastien, Judge IN THE MATTER OF THE ES- THURSDAY, OCTOBER 25, TATE OF LULU S. VAN HORN, DECEASED. A, M. l~uhfeld. As -Administrator with the Will Annexed, Petitioner, -vs- The Securlty National Bank & Trust ComDtnY a corporatm~, Maple L,twn" Cemetery ?,ssola- tlon, Oak Ridge cemetery As- sociation, Old Cemetery Associ- ation, The Parish of the Good Shepherd~ "l~he First. Baptist Church, or .~'arl~ault, Minne- sota, Masonic Hall Building As- soclation, Isabelle Corwln, Mabel Corwin, Shattuck School, St. Mary's Hall Charter Oak Chap- ter Daughters of the American Revolution. Gilbert A. Richard- son, Joseph Edwin Richardson, Marcia Snell, Richard Snell, Thomas Snell, Donalda Duncan, Pease, Harry B. Smith, John Wall. F. S. Warren. Mrs. F. S. Warren, Alice Warren, W. C. Hengen, Rice Co. Historical So- ciety, Florence Blodgett McClel- land, and all other persons in- terested in the Estate of Lulu S. Van Horn, Deceased, Respondents. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA TO THE ABOVE NA),IED RES- , PONDENTS: You, the said Respondents, are hereby notified that the Final Ac- count of the Administrator with the Will Annexed of tt~e Last Will and Estate of Lulu S. Van Horn. late of the City of Faribault, in the County of Rice and State of ~,i|n,- nesota, Deceased, has been rendej~'~d to this Court therein showing ~t tha Estate of said deceased is "~y for~ final settlement and dls~l~t~lon and petitioning that his acc~uStl be allowed, the residue of said~ ~Istate distributed to the per~ns t~egeun- to entitled, hl~f~dm|n~ttio~|etosed an~! that he ibm. discharge; that Tuesday, theJ?l~th dt~.fl~November A. D. 1~34 ~[t ~en oTrS~k in the forenoord~of ~h~t flay at the Court Rooms~ th~a~db~urt in the Court H~us~ l~|the C~ty of Beach, County of ~o~der~r~lley and State af Nqrth Daltot~ h~s~been duly ap~)~ted] by this~ C-~urt for the settlen~u~ th4re- of, ~at| which time ~ ~pla~e ~ny per~on~ interested l .~fsa~ e-st~e ~nay app~tr~,~hd file his exceptS, in wrlln~,[~o|Bl~d accoun|-a~d peti- ~mn ~Ml~c]Pvit~t the saXt~. An~l~J~5, ! th~:a~q~vff,/named Res- pon~ ~ @~ ~f you, are here- by clt~d! th~n ~ there to be and appea~ bef~reVth~s Court and show cause, If a~y y~U have, why said account shi]~l not: he allowed, the residue of said estate distributed, the administration of said e~tate closed and the said A. M. Kulifeld. Administrator W~th the Will An- nexed thereih, discharged. Dated the 30th day of October A. D, 193q. By the Court, A. E. ~ASTIEN, Judge of the County Court-. (Sea~ of County Court) ~et serwce ~ this Citatioa he made ,by Publication in ~ two (2) suecessi~e iSsu~'.~#~ The R~eaeh Ad- vance as' pyo~by- law. ,A,. B~J~ASTIEN (Seal of couFn~y_~ourt) (Oct, 2~ - Nov. 1) An Ord|nnan~ providing for THE ANNUAL TAX LEVY '~OR THE CITY OF RI~ACH, NORTH DAKO~PA. BE IT ORDAINED By the City Council of the~ City of Beach, North Dakota, as follows ORDINANCE NO. 134 Section I That there be a~d hereby is levied on all the property subject to tax- ation in the City of Beach as taxes for the fiscal year commencing July 1st, 1934 and ending June 30th. 1935, the sum of Six thousand dol- lars, ($6,000.00). See~on I! That said sun~ of Six thousand dollars ($6,000.00} ds levied for the following p~rposes and sums, to- wit:~ Contingent Fund .................... $ 300.00 Salary Fund .............. : ............. 1,400.00 Street Lighting Funu .......... 1.400.00 Doard of Health Fund ........ 100.00 Fire Department "Fund ......~.0G0.00 Street and Alley Fund ........ 1,500.00 Police Fund ............................ 300.00 Total .......... : .................... $6,000.00 See~Jen ltI That there be and .hereby is'levied on all property sub,oct to taxation in the City of Beach, as taxes for si E I== =1[t- with}he of coat for or any F E lk hose purchase of any at or over. Warren Richardson, Herbert FR|DAY d SATURDAY ONLY Richardson, Elizabeth Smallidge, Maud Smallidge House, Laura an Smallidge Nelson, Warren At The Style Shop Smallldge, Frank Smallldge, Joseph Smallldge, Anna L. Le- Crone, Grace E. McKinstry, Myrtle Gentry, Mllly Stiles Dalrd, Henry R. Stiles, Ethel Chalice, Ida K. Frtnk, Chestine Gowdy, Madge Grant, Helen Grant, Mrs. W. C. Hengen, Mary See Our Sport Jackets, $2.95 up to $6.95 Whitney Kingham, Alice Kirk, Olive Weld McKey, Alice L. I"R'il .... I[[=: I I--~-- I I'==--== I I-=--.. I i =-~== I LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Rice were 'WULL ~dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and of Magic and ]mrs. H. P. Crossman In the Garner Millions of On page eight the ROd Owl Store [ country. The American ~ the Senator Gerald P Nye Is -speak With NEXT is making a big string of select of- IS~ Distributed ferings of groceries In this issue of I over the radio though stain WDAY CHICAGO HERALD AND Fargo next Sun aye In a 3 the Advance and Manager Halbkat . n~ay e]~fiIng at p. MR. says he's going "down the llne" with I m. ann over K-~R/~Ismarck at 10 , , or P m October 3 d aaIn over the R~AL~ the best goods at a living price f ] '3. _~_d agaIn0v, all hands ] Fargo station at 6:30 p. m. the night FO /-- | before electron 25 It The two Jandts and Tom Johnson, ' - FOR SALE ~)R/~ENT--AII n~t~hbors In Elk Creek townshin Mrs. T. E. Hudson returned from house. Wi~/PUt In gas. areimprovIng the shining hours by her trip west to visit her daughter, at the Styld~Shop. painting their homes and outbuild'- Vera, living in Portland, last Sun- day morning. FOR SALE--25 Head sheep. Ages: to 4 olds. $3 head. west Skaar, N. D. ney, Mont. FOR pile. Summers, D. Ings, all of which makes a great improvement. In fact many farm- ers all over the county are paint- Ing up. F. B. Hobbs of the north country is a Jack of all trades. He is fix- Ing his home up for winter In good shape, including the placIng of a furnace In the cellar and even build- Ing a brick chimney from the base- merit up, and making a good Job of it. Harry Rice has ~xed up a mighty slkmky Halloween-'- wIndow at the drug store, which indicates that the hobgoblins will soon be getting you if you don't watch out. f The topics demonstrated were primary reading and method, Miss CLASSIFIED ADS Jonson; oral reading, Kathryn Buck; geography, Miss Jonson; sand table projects, Alma Wentland; seating arrangements, Kathryn Lorenz; opening exercises, Dorothy Hogo- boom. Mrs. Jess Still entertained last Thursday afternoon In honor of Miss Ollie Gllbertson, who was visiting here last week from Missoula. The guests were old school friends of OUie's which made the occasion a most pleasant reunion. Dainty re- freshments were served by the hos- tess late in the afternoon. Cards were played, Mrs. Harold Smith winning high prize. Ollie and her sister Almeda left for Mlsseula on Sunday where Almeda will visit for RATES--Two cents a word for first insertion; one cent a word each succeeding issue. No ad, accepted for less than 25 cents. These ads are cash. MISCE~OUS WANTED--Used/bicycle in good condition. ~O~o H~mson, Golva, N. Oak. ~ 24-tf several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. V. J. Koch and little son spent Sunday in Glendive. and two the Advance face. FOR SALE--Ope Rafla~ulllet three years ~ldje~ will trade ewes. Joe ~odolski, Montana. Frederi 4,nents are regarded as~e~f the~ best waves on the market Ha~ ~e of out REAS~0NABLY priced GEN~!INE I~REDERICS .wave~ this fall We also ga'~e Y~?ple~n:Vge_~eSa:;s~l;s._and if yourperm~ent has~ 7out havea Iode, a Bea- Parl, Kuster, NelLie Ne2 PHONE 15 -:- M'CLF~LAN BLDG. October Sale the fiscal yeav lJegiDning July )st, 1934 and ending June 30th, 1~35, the sum of Two thousand dollar's ($9 000 00) .... /f} i ii i i t Section IV That said sum of Two )3~)~nd dollars' ($2,000,00) is .for lh~e/~olltpw- lng purposes end su s SILK DRESSES WASH DRESSES Paving District N~,,-~l I~ I ' Fund ................. .~._..~\.... J..:..$ 2|000.00 1 Group at- $2.97 1I Group at - - $ .68 ,as 'd o~ JilL]seCOnd readlg~g,~,- 1Group at - 3.97 at - - 1.09 t~ler .st, I~34.~ ~ i ~ \ ,u -- shed I Group at at - - 1.38 At|e~ ~ ~ ~/ .Mayor. J. ~G. ~OUGEN, Audi,or 1 Group at Group - - 1.48 An OrdJannee pro~idinl~ for THE ANNtUAL APPROPRIATION N ;i iR- e , FOR THE CITY OF BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA. Council of the City of Beach, North Dakota, ns ~ollo\vs-- _.- _ Section No. I #! I |L That there is hereby aPpropria|e~1 I ~ the sum f Ten Th~usand tt~:'~ "/ W( } i RE1 [ ; hundred sixty dollars ($10,360a@0~ |o~ defray all n'ecessary expen|e~ }aJd ] }} liahilit~es for the. flsca~eall l~i~- ] [[ ol. uly ,ndi g U 1 Group at- $2.88 , ,al- $1.88 June~th, |935, |~ /[~ ' [ Jr] T~/tlthe ~;N.J~'en l~us-I(~ 1 Lot Twin ers Set Sw Set $1.97 and tl~ree ih~r~lr4d sixty ~.d~grs [ ~] ($10,3~0~) |i~lvided anc~fle~ a~rt J ~[ flit" h t s toF~` :-- 01 Salar, Fur~ ............. ;610.00 ........ A--li A[ Street Lig~l~':: .......... t,00o0llt Board of Health ~ ........ !100.00[)) Fire Department tnd ........ 1,000.00 Street and Alley Fund ........ 2,000.00[|( Sewer and Water Operating Fund ........................................ 0000 w EAT S Total ................................"" That there is here~by appropriated | ~l the sum of Two thousand dollars iB/ 1 Lot at - Lot at 97c begqnntng JlltV 1st, 1934 and ending I I// June 3Oth, 1931L, , 1 Lot at - - Seetlma No. 4 [ || That the said sum of Two thous-[ l/ and dollars ($2,~0.00') Is set apart [~ in the folIowing fund, to-wit:-- | ]1 l| i i |~ ~~i P~turt~Dlstrlct N' I'Levy$2'00O'00[i/ Speckeen's Store Total .................................. $2,000.00 Passed on Its first reading, Sep- tember 4th, 19~4. Its second reading, Oc- p.o