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Beach, North Dakota
October 25, 1934     Golden Valley News
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OCTOBER 25, lSa4 THE BEACH, N. D., ADVANCE PRGE FIVF, NEWS Speckeen went on a business Rapid City this week. to look down to the bot- the county ballot and mm-k the Beach Advance. 2t ~W. C, T. U. will meet next at the home of Mrs. C. J. There will be election of of- Community club will hold a V~oclal November 3rd at Twin gChool house. Ghost 9 mL N., 4 E, E of Benefit of the School. 25-1t Judge W. R. Schell was Dickinson looking after his fences, which he reported shape throughout the dis- also known Tom Moodte since h~ was a boy and worked with him many years ago and always found him a straight shooter as a man, but don't know any more about what kind of a governor he would make than the next fellow. Both are good fellows Dersonally and good friends of ours, and there you are. The Monday club will hold its an- nual guest night next Monday eve- ning at the home ~f Mrs. John Keohane. This always is an inter- esting affair and a fljae program has been arranged for T~he night this year. Mrs. C. H. ~allender left the Beach hospital Monday evening where she had been ill for a little over a week, feeling very much im- proved. The many friends of the Callenders sympathize with them deeply over the loss o! their baby, who died at birth. Gunnar Fahistrom, whose fine His many old friends were farm lies south of town, when he shake his hand. found he had no grain to thresh put have asked us why we in his time painting his barns and part in the campaign other outbuildings a n d moving this fall. That's easy: some of them around so they artic- known Bill Langer since ulated better with the general use- studying law and always fulness of such structures. friendly .way and haven't a See the special offering of dretmes in the world against him as for every occasion by the Buttrey ;er. He is entitled for credit store. There are new crepes, new the ~arliest in the field with tunic frocks, new bouther boy frocks, l~n and other worthy new boleros and new metaisheer On the other hand we have frocks, all of them just the thing mething Displ:; I W. C. Schulz for school girls and working women for fall and winter wear. The ad- vertisement of the store will be found on page five. Mrs. Ted Johnson has been on the sick list this past week. - Henry Trester and wife of south of Sentinel Butte, returned last week from a visit to the Chicago worlds fair and to Nappanee, Ind., their old home, and report a most de- lightful time. Guy Cox and his mother left last week for Pola, Ills., where they will visit relatives for an undetermined time. Mrs. Cox has been suffering from rheumatism and hopes the change will prove benefig;ial, in which hope her friends~n. Be sure to lo~k d~ to the bot- tom of the court, ballot and mark X after the B4~ch Advance. 2t LIONS CLUB TO BACK TENNIS COURT IN TOWN At the Lions meeting Monday night it was decided to get behind one of the several tennis court prop- esltiolu| under the relief organh~ tion~ the former to do the ground work and the elub to provide the nettings and other needs. A number of other community betterment prol~osltions were discussed and will probably grow into shape before spring comes along. A feature of the evening was the presentation to retiring president A1. Kuhfeld of a handsome past ...................... :: president's button. Mr. Bryant of the Beach Cream- SENTINEL BUTTE ~ry made a most interesting talk on the processes of buttermaking, ex- ........ - ........... "~__ pressing his appreciation of the gen- The Study club was delightfully erous patronage given to the local entertained Tuesday evening at a butter factory. social meeting, with Miss Effie Messrs. Halbkat, H. C. Rice and Mason as hostess. Three tables of Billington were named as the next bridge were in play with high hon- entertainment ' committee a n d ors going to Mrs. Paul Wagner. Miss Messrs. Kastien, Grindstuen and A. Velma Palmer was winner of con- R. Thompson will serve as the solation. Delicious refreshments Thanksgiving Day committee. were served. The Misses Velma Palmer, Johnson, Polly Burhans and ADVANCE ADS GET RESULT8 Mrs. Byron Hogoboom were invited -- guests. Mr. and Mrs. Levard Quarve and FOR COUNTY SUPERINTENDENT OF SCHOOLS son left Tuesday for their home at To the Voters of Golden Valley Fessenden after spending a few days County: here visiting at the Byron Hogo- I wish to thank you for the votes boom home.you have given me in the past and W. D. Lynch, Democratic candi- for the opportunity of serving you date for congress and Otto W. for many years. I have always tried Kllndsworth, Democratic candidate to serve the public fl~d the schools for commissioner of agriculture and in an honesL ~effic~nt and econom- labor, were the principal speakers at ical manner. ~ I ~o know the needs a Democratic rally held at the town and the wan~sjGf your schools and hall Thursday. These two interest- the taxpayer~fHaving been chosen ing speakers addressed a large and by the electors of Golden Valley attentive audience. The speakers County as one of the nominees for were introduced by Pat McDonald. the office of County Superintendent Art Beckley of Beach, candidate for of Schools, I again Solicit your vote the legislature from the third dis- at the General Election on Novem- trier, also spoke briefly, ber 6th. Your vote will be greatly The Theisen boys received Word while they were at Fargo from their uncle in Wisconsin that a job was open for one of them if corhe lmmedia~ly~- business and ~loyment has proved cons~I~rably in the last months, A tt~llowe'en dance will be sponso on October 26 at is the W,| ][ ,j['l]~ ,~]p]h-~lvisits with friends. Then on south G V 80CI[T~ ~JLLJ]L~Jk~.d[~ .f~Jkl~.L~[through the gorgeously beautiful |Allegheny and Blue Ridge moun- * * ][-][ J'~ M ~. F R (~ M/ta~ to Washington, D. C. Here (Continued ~rom rage one, Lit ~ XVl L2 L Xt ~ l,llthey stopped for some time, going time the meeting was in session on ~rlnlE~ll~T ~ ~ T IFI~]through the Smithsonlan Institute, Saturday. At this meeting it was ~_~2~1~.~1~ I ~ | ~* and enjoying the beautiful city and decided that the society could not its surrounding scenery. They went succ~sfully operate under the pres- Mr. and Mrs. M. O. Wallace and daughter Marian, returned from their extended trip east last Tues- day. They left here toward the end of July and were gone almost three months enjoying every mile of the way and having a splendid time. When they left here they went first to International Falls, Minne- sota, where they visited for a week with a sister of Mr. Wallace's, and from there on in to Canada for a few days. They then went down to Duluth for a week's visit and on to from there to Baltimore and the coast. On the return tr~p they went north along the Atlantic coast, turning west through Penrmylvania where they picked up a squash so large as to cast some doubt here as to whether it could be a squash. Mr. Wallace says tnat everything looked fine, the scenery couldn't be beat for beauty and interest, andlots of rain. They saw and enjoyed so many things, going wherever the spirit lead them, that it would f~ a book to tell of them all. They ent policy, therefore, seven members were appointed to redraft the poli- cy, fee schedule and by-laws to be voted on at the next meeting. The committee appointed J. M. Still. Ed. IJeivens. Ed. Trollol~e, William Kramers, Paul Wagner, R. H. Welsh and: Glen Hathaway. The meeting then adjourned. Another meeting of all mem~i~ Is called for November 13, for the purt~e of voting on the amended by-laws, etc. Henry Marman has some attrac- October recent Tovey treasurer LaCrosse. Visited a short while in e~pecially appreciated the fine tour- tive grocery advertising on page Milwaukee, then down to Chicago to is~t camps they found all along the five of this issue, in fact Henry al- see the fair. From there they went way, clean light and heated, and ways has something to say that on through Ohio, stopping at Zanes- built in all manner of novelties, tickles the pocket book. Look it ville and McConnelsville for short from bugs to most anything, over. - ------ @ @ Beach ~~io ~ o rr __, @ . ~, @ Masks, Ca ors,De" cora- ** ~/nd u~ ~ tion~d .~/e .~thing for a : / i : Consider workmanship: : x~I:~'~'~r'CCL~ $i0 n :; wh:,n you have beauty : Rice Drug Store : Glad sv Smith ,i, @ appreciated. JOHN W. WENTLAND (Paid Political Adv.) R of Coherence. Rich chairman of debate,was appinted t Now When You Want So Mike Theisen is employed at the Mammoth coal mine. 39t District Bert Fasching and Paul Wagner assisted with the music at a dance at Golva Friday night at the Madi- son hall. C County Harry Smith is visiting relatives and friends a~ Fargo. In a game of football Friday with Golva, Sentinel Butte won a 21-6 victory. Louie Hovland took the team to Golva in his truck. George Lemere is erecting a gar- A. BECKLEY, Gold2 town.age at his place of residence here in / Several parties of hikers took ad-/ ~: , vantage of the nice weather Sunday n ~v-W~:, ]~'] ~ndehiked out to north and south] F. T. Reynolds Co. a few of our week end specials Of ....... ~ox .............. p, 40 box ~ge, 100 lbs.. ~bu. ..... ........ 59c 2 ~/~ lb. ........ 12 ~/~ c " 12b~c can .............. New Pack, can ...... 9c Gold Heart flour ..... $2.19 your Relief orders and get your Relid flour here. Janet Englund. who has been vis- iting ~e!atives at S~. Paul and Ab- erdeen tl~e pasL few months, has ac- cepted employmet~t at the J. C. Penney store a~ Aberdeen Mr. and Mrs. T. A Wosepka and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wendell Nist- let and family a ~.d Bert Fasching were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner. Miss Francis~ Lardy has been very ill with the flu. Doris LaSota has returned to school after an absence of two weeks during which time she was vacationing in South .Dakota with her parents. Mrs. Norma Marth~ and littl~ daughter, Norma Kay, arrived home from the Dickinson hos~t:.: Sun- day. Mrs. Frank Bares is do]n~ substi- tute teaching for Herm~:~_ ~)~gtz at the Camo~s Hump scho~'. MRS. M. TEc~' NEW PRESIDENT ALTAR SOCIETY (By Special Correspondent) At a meeting of the St. Mary's Altar society at the home of Mrs. Paul Lardy in Sentinel Butte, on Thursday, Mrs. Ma~t Tescher was chosen president f~ the coming year. Mrs. Paul I~dy was chosen vice-pr~t/and]Mrs. Paul ,Wag- ner ~s r~t~ ~re~a~ and treasurer./The n~em'ber~ ~t~Ided to put ~ard l~rty s~e time in Nov/sh~er' l ~e~ members~ appointed on the various card ~mmittees by Presi- dent Mrs. Bo~en are Mrs. Seglar, Mrs. Bartel, Mrs. P. J. Lardy, Mxs. Decker, Mrs. Jordan, Mxs. George Lemere, Mxs. Bohn and Mrs. Leh- man. Delfcious refreshments were served by Mrs. Lardy ~followi~g the business meeting. Many New Dresses We Bring You This Spectacular Event. New Cereal Crepes New Tunic Frocks New Butcher Boy Frocks New Frocks S / ' Every,., ,. , ]//]///!].Wl planned for ~ Girls. V-/ 3Vh planned for n ~ with / / jobs. We for club : women, for High School We planned for who is looking for a Dress" for fall and winter. va as high as $12