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VOLUME 3 The Golden Valley News And THE BEACH REVIEW And THE BEACH ADVANCE BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 ALL SIT [OR BUCK AUCTION IN B[AC, N[XT THURSDAY Free Dance, Band Concert, Getz Poul- try Car on Program Plans are rapidly being completed by the committee in charge for the big Buck Auction to be held in Beach next Thursday, November 10, and from every indication it will~ really be a big day here. Due to the unusually large number of prizes donated by the Beach merchants, who are sponsoring the event, the sale will begin at 10:30 a. m. and will last until noon, and then will reopen at 1:30 p. m. and last until all the articles are gone. Remember, cash money is no good at the sale - you must use your bucks to bid on and buy the merchandise offered for ssAe. W'nat will be offered for sale? Look in the windows of "the stores in Be~;~ many of the mercharits have the~ prizes on display, and there are going be a lot more. Alpha Masquerade Draws Fine Crowd A large crowd was present at Alpha Monday night for the traditional mas- querade dance there that night, spon- sored by the W. O. W. lodge there, and a royal good time was enjoyed by all present. At midnight a grand march was held, and the following prize win- ners selected: Best Costumes, Mr. and Mrs. John Quiliian first and Doris LaSotta second. I Funniest costumes, Art Claim, first, I and Bud Miller, second. 1 . Called Typical American Family Mrs. Hannah Mer- ] rill Passes Away t Mr. andMrsoGlenCraiga ltbeir: w ehUdre .. W Hliam Glenn, four, and Emma Lou~ighte fl~'tyl~lealA~erlesn family zrom Munch, Inu., on thelr arrival in New York~$r a ~s stay reader the sponsorship ."ere wane["e--es'ay' tlletypiealNationalAmel~ican: ~a, ~re~$how~~mflhlte for ~ght~o .$ they Posed for photo~rapher, Co. Attorney Race Then that night there will be a big ires dance at the .city hall, with both old ~nd new time music. This dance will .start immediately after the Junior play, ~hich is also scheduled for that night. Trollope & Howard, well known Wib. aux auctioneers, will cry the sale. If Weather permits the auction will be held on the vacant lot between the Sawyer Hardware and the Smith Ser- vice station, otherwise, if it is too cold ~r stormy, the sale will be held in the city hall Remember, the merchants are still giving out bucks on mileage. Also don. ble the amount of bucks are being given on any old accounts that are being paid up. This coming Saturday Will be your last weekend to get your bucks, so come into Beach that day and take advantage of the many spec. iris being offered by local merchants. J. F. Hardy Can- didate For House Hannah Elizabeth, only child of John and Mary Salst/m~.~ was born at South Whltley, Indianst, AUgust 21/1~0 and The many friends of Miss Ka~ Gilman and Howard Hardy to learn that these well known young l~O~le were married in Bismarck on October 26th. They left Beach that morning and were married at eleven o'clock by Father Goebel in the St. Alexius chapel. The newlyweds left immedi- ately for Fargo, where the bride at- tended the sessions of the NDEA held there. They returned to Beach Sun- day night. Roseburg, Oregon ' October 28, 1938 ~mie E. Smith, Ck~unty Auditor, Beach, North Dakota. Dear Mrs. Smith. Although I was nominated in the June Primaries as a candidate for the office of State's Attorney of Golden Valley county, circumstances arising since my nomination have necessitated my withdrawal from the contest for The bride is the oldest daUghtem of tthat office, and, even though under Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Gilman of this the statute my name will appear on city, and has spent practically all her the General Election ballot on Nov- life here, and is very well and favor-|ember 8th, I take this means of an- ably known. She attended the. local ~nouncing that I will not be a candidate schools and graduated from ~ [f~r .that office, and of exPressing to high school with the class of l~5.-Af-[those'~who supported me in the pri- ter graduation she attended the~ .Val- ley City Teacers college for a term] and also went to the Dickinson Teach-I era college. Last year she bega~ i teaching the Oech school southeast o Beach, which position she still holds. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Hardy of south of Beach, and he also has spent most of his life here. He attended schools here and was also graduated from Beach high school with the class of 1935. After graduation he worked at the Dickinson store here for one winter~ and sinc then has been employed=at the Gamble stere in the city. Congratulations and best wishes are extended the newlyweds from their large host of friends here, with the hope that good fortune may be theirs in time to come. maries my deep appreciation. It was no~ without considerable re- flection on ~ part that I have made this decision. ~he Circumstances which necessitated it~kre ~S~ie,2t that my ac- ceptance of the ~t~nation would have enjoined upon m~e sacrifice of a splendid opportunit~ for "serf-better- ment--an opportunitJ~wh~h I could not in justice, to myse~urn down. I h~ve recently accepted- "~a partnership in one of the leading law firms of the State of Oregon. an association which L,~ould not, in the exercise of common prudence, forego. Hence my election to withdraw from the contest for office. Truly yours, DANIEL P, KEOHANE. Elsewhere in this issue ~ the announ- "cement of J. F. Hardy, as a candidate ~or the state legislature from the 39th district, at the coming election next Tuesday, Nb~r. 8th. Mr. Hardy was not a candidate at the primary elec- t!on this spring, but .his name was Written in on tl~e ballots in sufficient resided one year. Just before leavL~ South Whitley, she with the other school children sang a hymn while the train that bore the body of President Lincoln was stopped In the town. In the spring of 1888 the family mov- ,d to a homestead near Loyal, Wiscon- sin. October 13, 1867 Miss Salisbury became the wife of Charles Merrill and moved with her husband to another farm near her parent's homestead, where they resided until 1900 when she and her husband moved into Loyal where she made her home until about four years ago when she came to ~.ach to live with her daughter, Mrs. Anna Greeley. Mrs, Merrill was the mother of four children. Mrs. Anna Greeley, the eld- est, is the only oxie to survive the mother. The three boys, Arthur, Men- go and Lee, all preceeded her in death. Her husband departed this life April 26, 1905. Mrs. Merrill was converted at the age of 26 years and united with the Meth- odist Episcopal church at Loyal where she kept her membership until coming to Beach, when she transferred her membership to the local Methodist church. Funeral services were conducted in the local Methodist church In charge of Rev. Herman Grove of the United Brethren church, assisted by Rev. Grant Moore of the Methodist church. The pallbearers were Berton Welsh, E. C. ~Kinney, C. J. Eide, A. A. Abel, :~lt~bers to have it placed there this ta~l. It Will:be remember~ that he was a es~idJdate two years ago and Dolled an exceptionally large vote, es- Deotally here in his home county. ~Jim" is one of the early residents :here and has farmed successfully in beautiful numbers. ~ .~wendl~n~o. this county for a long time, and would Bartholomew accompam, e~ a~ tnepla~ ~ke a very good man .indeed asl Sincere sympamy .~ .ex~.nae~_~ f~v representative from this district. He breaved relatives m melr ~lme o~ ~,- 18 running on the Democratic ticket, row. and candidates running with him on the same ticket include Harold Han- SOn of New England, and Henry Fries, ~r. of Scranton. Roddy Kimball and Ben Brown. Mrs. L. R. Menke as soloist and the B~J male quartet composed of Warren uniorPlay Clark, Stine Douglas, Harold Brown and Homer Douglas rendered several NextThursday hem tiful numbers. Miss Gwend.olyn Bar holo new accompanied at the plano. ~ S] mer, sympathy is extended the (Contributed) bre~ ~ed elatives in their time of sor- The cast of "It Happened In Holly- row wood," the Junior play for Beach high ~ --" school, have all learned their parts [ " and are now diligently practicing. S. B. SeniorPlay ~e entertainment for intermission has been planned. The German band -" --November lgth and a trumpet duet will be featured. Billle Edktns and Delton Erdmann will play in the duet. Members of the Contributed Laughter is good for ~he soul. It stimulates and amuses and takes one's mind off their worries. Por these rea- sons you cannot afford to miss the funniest comedy play in year, "Strike to unbridled merriment when you see 'Strike Three', then something is wrong With your fU]~t]~LY"bone rand there is no hope for you. "Strike Three" has Jt~st been released :for amateur perfor- mances after a 10ng, suecessfttl pl~ fesslonal Tun. It is a sure cure for the blues, and keeps you in a constant state' of wonderment as to what t~ coming next. That's the kind of a play it is. It keeps bombarding you with funny dialogue a~d funnier surprise twists in the unusual sltua~ns. For- get your troubles by seeing "strike Three" on November 18. DR. BRADLEY BACK Tuesday Dr. W. C. Bradley returned to Beach and reopened his practice here. He will again have his offices in the Reeve building where they were bfore, and will appreciate the patron- age of all his former patients, For the past year he has been em- ployed at the state hospital at ,James, town. Woman's Club Has Fine Guest Night (Contributed) The annttM Guest Night of the Beach I club took place at the home Mrs. John Keohane on Tuesday Nov. 2, with an attendance of Three," when it is played by the Jln~io:h ladies. This was an outstanding and Seniors of Sentinel Butte mg in the year's activities. The club ~ school on November 18. The play is privileged to have with them on lbeing produced with a money-back occasion Mrs. Simmons of New l uarantee, for if you cannot give way a member of the board of Of the N. D. State Federa. of Women's clubs, and Mrs. Me- also of New England, the see. tr~a'er of the 7th dIst~et fed. clubs. The highl~ht of ev~ ~aq a.m~t intere~Ang leo- "All Is Not Gold," by Mrs. M tracing th history of silver as the home, from its very origin. illustrated~ her talk with posters, the v~rious designs. She aL with her a remarkable dis- of sterling silver spoons. A piano solo by Mrs Kir~t and com. singing completed the even. program, after which a tasty was provided, While at the teachers convention in last week Miss Sophia Jahr and Frances Stough were house guests Miss Constance West. former Beach school teacher. Thurday eve- the Beach teachers, M~s. Eldon and Miss Mattie ThomPson were guests there. German band are Billie Edkins and Delton Erdmann playing trumpets, Nyle Douglas, Darrell Roberts, and Earl Gilman playing clarinets, Harold Brown playing the tuba, and Mr. Deehr )laying the trombone. The date for this entertainment by ;he Juniors of Beach high school has been set for November 10th. NEW L]DBRARY BOOKS The Beach PUblic Library last week placed on their rental shelf the follow ing Imoi~: The Importance of IA~ Yu- C[N[RAL [L[CTION TO B[ H[LD ON N[XT TU[SDAY WOLVES AT THE DOOR Yesterday morning as Jess Still was coming down to work, he saw a coyote in the street in front of the Congregatonal parsonage. He chased it to the west end of town, then went and got Bud Koch, and, they went after the animal with a gun, killing it along the tracks west'. of the city. next? Interest Mounts In Many Races For Various Posts aid to tl~ geod cause wll be sincerely tang ~[ apprectate~ , ., ~ The Rains C~?~ou~ Bromileld ]~~:Rankin With Malice Toward S~ne-4~q~ret Halsey The Mortal Storm--PllYllls Bottome! ' SPeaks In Beach Free I~nd--Rese ~ Lane The Wall--Mary Roberts Rinehart Beae~ w~t~hest last week to a dia- The Yearling--Msxjorle lginnon t~ visitor in the person of Miss Je~aette Rankin of Montana, who Rawlings in Twin Ci 1 Everette of Call Starts Sat. tiesHtlda ,dd, while Elmo -- Friends here were shocked Saturday]bride, was best man. ~t~~'~ The annual Red afternoon to learn of the death of] The services opened ~~~ Cross drive here, un- Thomas P. Allen, former Northern ] an organ prelude ~ ~der the direction of Pacific agent in this city. ron Hogoboom. Lorraine F ~'~Mrs. Victor Thomp. Mr. Allen died in the Northern Pa. "O Promise Me" and Dorothy _ json of Beach, will be] ciftc hospital in St. Paul of compltca- ka sang "~t Dawning." As / ~conduc~ at an ear~ tlons following an operation. His death cesslonal, ~. Hogoboom I the ier date this yearl ~ i was a surprise even though his health Wedding Ma~,h from Lohengrln. Pray, ~~~t Ithan previously. The/had been poor for the last two years, er was offere~ by[the pastor at the l~[~l ILldrive .as p~.nned atI Mr. Allen served as agent at Bis_ altar, followin~ w~ich \the Scriptures -ll ~present, wni open lmarck for the past seven and a half were read conc~trr~g ~the estate of U l~[this coming Satur- ! years, leaving there about two years marrage. The s.i_~ ring ceremony ~,~a~l~ day,.. Nov. 5th, and ago to become district freight agent at was used during the t~ing of the vows, will last until~ov. ll~n. I Fargo. He was scheduled to return to The service closed with the benediction With proceeds from last years .drive, Bismarck and would have taken over and an ogran recessional. The service corrective eye work was done in the th local position on November 15. l which was public, was well attended. amount of $27.50. This year plans are His body was cremated in St. Paul[ Te bride wore a flowing white satin being made to establish three or mb,~ on Monday and his ashes taken to ~ dress with bridal veil ex~ending to the emergency Red Cross stations in the his boyhood home in Tennessee for!floor. She carried an arm bouquet of county. Alsoln addition: to carrying on burial. He is survived by his widow ilavender and white chrysanthemums. corrective eye work, some dental work and one son, Thomas, Jr. Her attendant wore a floor length of will be done. (The above clipping was taken from pink chiffon with shoulder corsage of Annual membership fee is one dollar, the Bismarck Capital. Mr. Allen was i blue flowers. Both groin and his at- Half of this goes to the National office depot agent here for many ~ears and[tendant wore dark suits. and the other half remains for local had a host of friends here, who extendI Following the service a wedding din work. All actvitiss of this worthwhile sympathy to the relatves.) [ner was served at the home of the organ~on are dependent on the sup. - _ bride for the 4m~edlate relatives. Mrs. port given It at Roll call tlme. ~2~ur AMAT~HOI.IR Ernest Oster1~ut, sister ot the groin, --------- acted as hoste~: ~ the able asa~- ~ e Y. C. ~ of~the Brenda . school ance of M~. Hca~l~, an 'aunt Of the of th. rag,- ts presenting an Amateur Hour ml ~aturday night, Nov. 5th, at NO SHOW AT ~L B.-~ WEEK 8P.m. Entered in the contest are orchestra The. News has been informed ~at selections, recitations, dialogs, read- the Plctureorlglnally scheduled ~I~ - Ing~, vocal solos and duets, and tap shown at the ~ntlnel Butte tI~at~ dancing groups, this weekend will not be shown. How- Listen! the Wind--Ann Morrow ira anY years ago was the first woman Prizes will be awarded. Come and ever, there will be another-show the lever to be elected to the congress of vote for your favorite contestant, following week. Watch for announce- IAndberg I the United States. The remainder of the evening will be ment. ~...s.r~ ~-~Ah~TF.~ HERE { Miss Rankin was here Wednesday ~spent in games and cards ..... Tuesday evening ~gular me o orn will be on sale M.E. RUMMAGE SALE Temple, wMa~hnild IWi~the :~g~n~ T~'"~I ........ - ..... Attention is called to the M. E: Rum. the local rnout "Peace" and Incidentally co~mndedlYour support will be appreciated, mage sale to be held this S~turday In ......... ~*~- ~ ~,,e dinner at~Senator Nye of North Dakot~ for his] --Grace Houck, Teacher. the ,basement of the M. E. Church. The alzalr Deg~t4~ w~,, ~ -~- _. __ : ..... ......... *~-^* was relished l exIor~s m ~ena~ oI peace. , I ~--- 6:30 in tn vaseme~ ~m~ ..... [ 1 Sunday ~r~ *'~d ~t.o ~mt,~,~ ~ W, rt i was nonorea oy~ ..... ! ........ , .......... . ?.__ EPISCOPAL RUMMAGE SALE by all. The gathering E ~rousdale of~ Mrs. George Oeoh ended the,left for their home in Fargo after troy, There will be a rummage sale to- the presen.ce o~ ~. : -*ate who ! sewtnff club at her home last Thurs.!ing spent the pest couple of months morrow, Friday, Nov. 4th. at the ,base. M0tt, gran~ mas~,.r OX ~,,e *~ , {day afternoon. [here. ment of the local Episcopal churci~. spoze to the meeting. ~i [ Red Cross R011 ~Scntinel Butte, by the Next Tuesday, November 8th, is the day for general election in North Da, kota and many other states, and in, terest in the polling is steadily in. creasing. In this state perhaps ti~ chief topic of discussion seems to b~ ~ u,,~%n*'-e]sTrim the big fight between Senator Gerald P. Nye, incUmbent who is a os~RUdst~ for reelection, and O~v. W~m. ~, Medora To Win ..o depose him and for himself the senatorial District Titieler' although dofea primary 1n June, has the of the Nonpartisan (Contributed) running as an The Sentinels of Sentinel Butte h~ J" J" Nygaard Is the didate for the Senate, and is school ca p.ptured the distl~t NO. !0 t~.. 1~ gOOd chance. man 4,01~1~]1 championsi~p IOx' :,~[ Another-'~ *' ..... " t Fri t ~ ........ ,,w.,,, ,,,, third ~t year. ~ . day ~[the --- -- ~" .... Every one of the Sentinels played-~ 'Den~ocrat, who made a for stellar game. The Medora team all, that post two years e41o. . played fine football but lacked the ,Golden Valley nce~ary drive on several occasion& in the field for Bud Bolsen, tester Demp~ and ~th district, in the ~. W. John Nunn are playing their lutyear Hardy, Democratic, whose name WU of football for the Sentinels. These placed on the ballot via the sticker boys are a credit to any school, game route this spring, and Herin ]ff~row~, or sport, they play hard, clean, and who is a Republican candidate for re= are always in good physical condition, election. E. Kennedy, H. Hess D. Sehult~, N. In this county there is opposition Lardy, G. Shoen, J. Allen, and P. Cook for the offices Of sheriff, county and- are second to none as tacklers, pass-~itor,, register Of deeds and state's at- era, blockers and cooperators, torney, as well as two county con~cnis- These boys will really go into action sioners. Other county officers are un- Thursday at Dickinson when they play opposed. New Salem for the Northern Miss- At the same time one referred mea- ouri Slope Conference 6-man champ- sure and two intitated measuures will lonship play-off. The game, to be be submitted for vote. played at the State Teache~Colle~e field, will be handled by the college. time for the game is o'clock. hower Honors The Sentinels have won all their games in both conference and district n t"ecen- Bride competition, should they win agalnst New Salem they will probably play Fort Yates for the championship of southwestern North Dakota. Fort Sentinel Butte--Last Thursday af- Yates has already defeated New Leip- ternoon a pleasant bridal shower hon- zig. who defeated Haynes, who de- orin Mrs. Francis W~ldal, (formerly rented Wibaux. The margin was very Muriel Fisher) was given in the base- slight in all these games, ment of the Trinity Lutheran church The six-man teams represented in in Sentinel Butte, With Mrs. Ernest the district No. 10 this year are Sent- Osterhout and Mrs. Ted Rink as co- inel Butte, Medora, Model HI (Dick. hostesses for the affair. AboUt fifty lnson), Halliday, and Assumption Ab- ladies were present for the shower bey. In the Northern Missouri Confer- and the bride received many fine re, ence Sentinel Butte, Model HI Assump- membrances. The afternoon was spent tion Abbey, Glen Ullin, and New socially and at the close of the party Salem were competitors, a fine lunch was served. Miss Muriel Fisher and Francis D, T P,-MlenDies w.,o.~ w~re united in marriage on Oct. 19th at Trinity Lutheran church,