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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 27, 1938     Golden Valley News
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! THURSDAY, OCT. 27, 1938. ~" ....... ~ I She returned Sunday. Mr. Elmer Brand from Red Lodge VV AJTUU~]~"X News ]was a guest at the P. A. Fisher and IF. E. Elllott homes while here over the -~.i ~ '- ~ .... Weekend. Mrs, Elmer Brand from Red Lodge, Gene Schubert arrived from Great ~:as a weekend visitor in the city, and Falls Tuesday to visit with his aunt while here attnded the Eastern Star ,and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. W. Schuett. Banquet. Mrs. O. Hoeverstahl from Sanders, Miss Fern Knudson, Miss Hazelle Nelson and Miss Margaret Diederick were shopping in Glendive Saturday. Miss Marjorie Faltermcyer and Miss Dorothy Manning who are teachers in Glendive spent the weekend at their homes here. Wayne Barley returned last Tuesc~ay for Columbia Falls, where he is em- ployed. Mr. and Mrs. RaN FAsenbart enter- tamed the Bible s~udy club at their home Monday even~g. After the study hour games were played. Lovely re- frestmmnts Wet the~ served. Mr, and Mr& Seamer Syverson and family ~utocd to Mlnot and Bismarck on Friday to visit and attend to bus- iness matters. They returned home Sunday. . I Mr. and Mrs. Dave McCann spen~I ~everal days at their ranch north ofI Wibaux. They returned Wednesday butl were delayed by the snow and rain. ] Mrs. M. D. Larson came from Wolf- Doint Saturday to visit with friends. Merit, visited on Saturday with her daughter, Mrs. Fred Drake, I Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Stair surged to Fairview Sunday for a visit at the S. L. Stair home. They returned home on Monday. Roland Howard arrived last week from the west coast for a visit with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Welsh and son Ruseel r~turned Monday from an ex- tended vacation trip west. Mrs. George Hansen will be hostess to the C. F. I~dles Aid on Thursday of this week at her home. Mr. and M2s. Win. White autoed down from Miles City Sunday. Mr. White left Monday to tansaet business matters in Sidney and Fairvlew, while Mrs. White will remain for a few days to visit with relatives and friends. Audrey Howard entertained the Brownie Club at her home on Friday. Lovely refreshments were served about 15 small girls. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Birmingham and HOUSEWIVES OF THIS COMMUN- ITY ARE ASKING FOR CHEAPER BREAD I . We can market cheaper Bread at 7c a loaf but we feel that our customers prefer the betterquallty. As we have stated before our bread contains no water but instead we use milk and the best of other ingredients DON'T FORGET TO SAVE YOUR C 0 U P 0 N~S! Have You Tried Our Peanut Cookies? New THE SUN LIGHT BAKERY Watch in future issues what is contained in a good loaf of bread and a cheap loaf. THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS Mrs. H. Johnson visited at the Oscar Otterson and Ed Skaar homes on Fri- day. The past matrons club m~ at the home of Mrs. M. P. OStb2/on Tuesday of this week. Mrs. L. A. Pittsenbarger and infant daughter, Betty Jean returned by train Tuesday to their home in Cody, Wyo. Mrs. James Elliott was hostess to the l~irthday club honoring Mrs. Dave Mc- C~.nn at her home on Friday. Dr. and Mrs. Gee. E. Keller enter- tained at a 6 o'clock dinner on Wednes- day, Rev. Grant Moore and family, who arrived last week to make their home m Beach at 4Cue M. E. parsonage. The Ear~,ern Star Banquet, honor- ing the Worthy Grand Matron, M2nnie I:~anskin, of Glendive and Worthy Grand Patron, Carl Brattln of Sidney was held at the home o~ Mrs. E. B. Stair on Saturday evening. After the dinner all retired to t~he Lodge hall where they greeted ma~y more guests from neighboring tow~ of Beach and Glendive. A lovely lUnch was served to about 50 at the close of the meeting. | J~IIt~IWmMI~~IImllUltU~UUnllUlIBI TROTTERS ~lllMIIIJ~ ~.." " ': ~ -~ ~- ".. 1 ~ A small crowd attended the meeting of the Union Aid at the church par- lors on Wednesday. Ther was no bus- iness meeting btft the ladies spent the time decorating the basement for the bazaar on Friday. The time was surely well spent and they did a fine jab. Mr. and Mrs. Joe err are happy to announce the arrival of a fine dau- ghter, Lula Ruth, who arrived on Oct- ober 5. The JOe errs formerly lived at Trotters, but now in Oregon. Miss Lorraine Walker celebrated her birthday ~on Thursday, Oct. 13. Mrs. P. V. Moore baked a delicious birthday cake, which Ralph Mosser and the J. F. Crook family were fortunate enough to help eat. We are sorry to hear that Mrs. C. F. Johnson has llot been well lately. 1 O. K. Omley cal~d at the J. F. Crook hom~ on Sulld~, a week ago. Cecil Metcatt'ls recuperating at the home of his hrother,~lAoyd, from a very sever case of pneumonia. He had not felt well for several days but his con- dltion was not considered serious until the evening of October 14th, when Mrs. Bob Stevens kindly rushed him to Beach to the hospital, where his condi- tion was found to be very serious. His family were all summoned to his bed- side, not l~owing what the outcome might be. l~e pa~sed the crisis safely, however, an~l is now well on the road to recovery. ~His wife, who has been ill for some tir~e is with him. We wish both these y~ung folks a speedy recov- ery. Since repo~ting that Hazel Nelson had gone to~daho, we have been in- former that sloe changed her plans and has employment in Beach.// LorrainO Walker s~t the wee~ end vMlting relative~ In ~eacl~.-~" 7 We were all ~orry to hear of the death of Sam Moore, who passed away at the home of his niece, Mrs. Julia Kalkman, last Thursday morning. ~e was taken suddenly ill several w~eks ago, at the Richard Moore ranch, and was rushed to Beach. He was given the best of care but to no avail. He suffer- ed terribly for several weeks until he was called to the great beyond, on Thursday, October 20. "Uncle Sam" as he was affectonally called by his fri- ends and relatives, made his home with Know The Truth'. Number o{ Alcoholics in State Hospital Decreased 45 percent in Two Years of Legal Liquor as Against Last Two Years of Prohibition AUTHORITY -- Statement and figures of Dr. Fredrick C. Lorenzen, amestown State Hospital. Organized Labor Ol~poses Repeal of Liquor Contr~ Act AUTHORITY -- The A. F./~f L. at its ~nnual meeting adopted a resolu- tion of direct opposition. / ~ No Liquor COntrol Law Will Re~ain If Present Liquor~"Law Is Repealed AUTHORITY ~ Opinion of attorneys who investigated question for the League of Municipalities ~ C. L. Foster, Chin., J. P. Fleet, W. C. Cull. 93 Percent of North Dakota Traffic' Acci- dents in 1937 Not Caused by Liquor AUTHORITY ~ Records of State Motor Vehicle Department. VOTE NO on the Initiated Measure (Initiative No. 1) to Abolish Liquor Conrol his nephew Richard for the past sev- eral years. He has many friends who with his family morn his departure. We extend our sincerest sympathy to the sorrowing family, average for A fair sized crowd attended the the Golva high school for the six meeting at te church parlors last Wed-Iweeks Just completed was made by a nesday when Mrs. Greenup entextained [ sophomore boy, Charles Brockmeyer, Only six members were Preterit, but a l with an average of 92 1-3. The next very interesting mectin~C~s held The]highest average was made by a sopho- hostess served a del~i~us lunch " Mra/more girl. Ingrid Granat, with an av- F. C. Johnson wfl~ entertain at her erage of 91 3-4. The honor for the home in November. Come for dinner third highest grade was divided be- Grace and Nora Bell S err -" I twen a freshman girl, Helen Barthel, ........... p y maae a I and a senior boy Frank Kreltinger, Drlei VISl~ at ~nelr home on ~un~ay., .__ - ...... o~ 89 3 4 A 4unior They returned to Bismarck the same wire an ~w,=s= -. day. Geneese Omley spent Friday night at the P. V. Moore home. We received a real ~lown pour of rain on Sunday night an~ a little snow on Monday night, Little Garf Metc~f is staying with his grandparents, l~r. and Mrs. Bert Sperry, while his l~rents are ill. Tommy Yolen anc~ his wife and fam- ily are visiting at~ the home of Bill Voyen. They brough~ Oscar Voyen ~ck after he had been visiting relatives back there. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Metcalf returned to Trotters on Sunday after having been ill in Beach for some time, Mr. H. N. Brunsvold was'a Sunday visitor at the A. J. Nellermoe home. Published by the North Dakota Wine and Spirits Institute ~ONGREGATIONAL G'qffURCH W dL Smith, Pastor Sunday school 10 a. m. Morning worship 11 a. m. Christian Endeavor 7 p. m. Union Temperance service at 7:45 in the U. B. church. Sentinel Butte Sunday school 9:30 a. m. Morning wor~hlp 10 a. m. The ladies aid will have guest day Thursday, Nov. 3 in the church base- ment. S'ch ] .T Charles Brockmeyer, Ingrid O~K Golva oo ~ews ~o~o s~,. ~o~ so~. ~o~.. ' I Northrop. [ The highest scholastic 7th and 8th grades: M/as Mill~ teacher. iPupils receiving the highest averag~ are: Harry Funk, James Lorenz, a1~ Ernest Johnson. 4th, 5th and 6th grades: Miss Scha~- er, teacher: Tl]ose having an average of ntn~: or more are as follows: Theresa Fl~:~l- er. Elain Hanson, DaVid ]Kane, ]P~, KirkpatrlclL Those having perfect attendance al~ as follows: Betty Larson, Elain Ha~- FOR SALE Barrels for Ship- lng nit '" HIDES, PELT~,~__~RS OF ,. ~i~. ~o ALL ~,~ o~ ~T~. Montana-Dakota Hide & Metal Co. Beach, N. D. ~ Sidney, Mont. boy, Francis Rising, and a freshman girl, Genevieve Schrom had the fourth highest marks for the period with an average of 89. The three highest averages for each of the classes are as follows: Freshman: Helen Barthel, 89 3-4; Genevieve Scl~rom 89; Merlyn Brock- meyer 89. Sophomore: Charles Brockmeyer, 92 1-3; Ingrid Granat 91 3-4; Florence Fischer 84 4-5. Juniors: Francis Rising, 89; Tom Fischer 87; Dorothy ~chmitz 84~. Seniors: Frank Kreitinger, 89 3-4; Earl Faschlng and Howard Wilson 87; Minard Mans 86, The enrollment for the high school by cl~sses are as folloWs: Freshmen 15; Sophomores 7; Juniors 6, and Seniors 11. There are 20 boys and 19 girls. The following high school students had perfect attendance: Patrtcia Car- ew, Genevieve Schrom, Edward Stum, son and Eva Rising. 1st, 2nd and 3rd grades: Miss Clar~ teacher: The following have had the highest average In the Primary room: Ga~ ine KreitInger, Delores Sehouboe, Bet,. ty Johnson, John Hanson, ~Mary Kreittnger. The following have had perfect ~t~ tendance: John Hanson. Mary I.~ Kreitlnger, Edwin Rising and ' Sohouboe. DAYS put u~ with ?ld fsshloned fuels and the dirt mid fu~ the}, entail when we will pay 85.00 for your ~ld shovel and install C,u heating equipment designed to exactly fit ~ou~ home and your purse. There is no need to inst~, ll expensive h~it- hag equipment with complementary . appliances and ~tor~ge bin~ and - ~dil~ only "half a ~ob." You can /~'~heat ~your home economically with ~ Gas and enjoy clean, convenient, .... ~/ / . dependable heat. 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