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Beach, North Dakota
November 3, 1938     Golden Valley News
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THURSDAY, NOV. 3, 1938 LOW COST MEDICAL THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS poration composed of federal and state TO CONVENTION LOCALS HOME FROM TR~ t~ Langer is the only public official CARE IS F S A PLAN Emergency medical care for eligible low-income farm families in North Da- kota has been arranged by the Farm Security Administration with the co- operation of the state medical associa- tion and professional groups. Under the plan, whcih also applies in South Dakota, medical care will be given at officials and members of the state me- dical association. Families signing up for the program will be eligible for emergency medical, dental or hospital care from any mem- bers of the professional organizations. Bills for the services will be paid by the state corporation set up for the plan. a cost of $2 per month per family. ~. The program will go into effect in FAREW~ PARTY North Dakota Nov. 1, according to Dr. i W. W. Alexander, FSA administrator. [ Carlyle--A~arty was tendered Mrs. About 37,000 families in the state wiU~charley ]~oodsend~ on Wednesday, be eligible to participate. The FSA will]Nov 19 Wen severa~ old time friends loan to each family signing up for the land" nej~bors gathered to spend the medical aid program $16, or the equi-]day, v~-h her l~efore She left for her relent of $2 per month for the balance Jne~ l~ome at~-~each__Th~e attending, of this fiscal year. This money will be ]~~~tark, M~. Q. Lute, placed in the hands of a special cor-IM~:~s~i~ake~d .... |Miss Minnie Bear~iekL T~ ~noon I was spent in plea~-~ conve~[ion and e [delightful refre~ents w~served by PROFESSIONAL [Mrs. Richard/a~d Dewfy]eFisher as DI~E~Dv /hostesses. MrS. ~oodsen~was present- ~t~ ~olxJl~l. led with a sil~ collection from her ...... :friends who xClth others will greatly DR. V. G. MORRIS BEACH, NORTH~6AKOTA/ Phon~ HOUSE.--56 / OFFI~ f / / GUY LEE ATTOPAq-EY i Sentinel Butte, N. Dell ===================== DR. LORNE R. FORBES Osteopathic PHYSICIAN AND SUROEON General Practice Coj;~flnement Cases Varico~ ~ins - Hemorrhoids Office y~ne ~k Rest. PllO~le KEOH~E&~UHFELD ATTOrnEYS A~t LAW Phone 133 Beach, North Da~ta DR. O. R. NIECE Dentist BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA miss her from this vicinity altho we know the departure will be much her gain. MRE. PAVLICEK DIES Word was received here Monday evening of the death of Mrs. A. J. Pay-: licek at Snohomish, Washington. She was the daughter of Mrs. Matt Smith of this city. Mrs. Smith had gone out to All members of the Beach city school f3culty attended the State Teachers convention in Fargo last week. A num- ber of outstanding speakers appeared on the program and the convention is considered to have b~en one of the best in the history of the NDEA. Sev_ eral teachers returned Saturday, but others remained in Fargo to take in the U_A. C. football game and other Homecoming activities. R. E. Molzahn of New England was a visitor in our city Tuesday of this week campaigning for Harold Hanson, Democratic candidate for Reprsentative from this district. Oct. 26 65 32 Oct. 27 74 38 Oct. 28 66' 31 Oct. 29 67 40 Oct. 30 66 39 Oct. 31 57 38 Nov. 1 46 34 Total precipitation for Oct..61 The Markets Wheat ............................ 4'/ Flax ........................... 1.4(i Oats ............................. 10 Rye .............................. 16 Barley ........................... 18 Cream, sour .... 22c sweet .... 24c Butters ...... 20c Eggs ...... 32e Last Thursday the party consisting of Father Leahy of Wlbaux, Father Ross E. Flannagan of St. Paul was Hake of Beach, A. J Gilman, Theo. here last week to visit his mother, Tobias and Bob Hardy returned from Mrs. A1 Ftanagan of north of Beach, their recent long southern and east- who has ~ecn i1!~~-*" -~" ern trip. They went from here first to ...... &~ci ~ _ ~_~f .. "~e~ Orleans, where they were in at- rig, c ng i anu ~mocratlc . ~, " "h -i --charistic Con N~ooIy 5~t Olli., M+t~ Saturday, ,~s:nheel:tthe~e.~h~ce they wen~ " " ...~ .... least to Florida, and from there north, ]along the Alantic coast to Washington, ~ID. C., New York City and other points I of interest. Then they went to Niagara l~gtR ~ll17 , Falls, and home. All around, they re- L ~tJll ~J~IIAI~ i port a very enjoyable trip and a good i time indeed. ........... ~ ............. ' ....... *" . Dellvqv~l~ f,,w, ~L'lwt 1 See our new hne oLJ~htlco Radios 13{:1|1 UI~ IUI ~.3111F- ]we have just ping poultry Democratic WE gU~- Legislative Ticket HIDES, PEI~ ~ S OF For Repres~s ALL KIN~. l/(LS IALL J" F" H1.~l~fl~_/alley KIND/OF MET~~ ~ HaroJffHanson,~qlopeHe~y Fries, ~ BowmanC" Dak~ta-M~~a Vole For Tl~e~ Three Hid@etal Co. MEN/] They Know Thgf Needs of Beach, N-: D.- Sidney, Mont. the Nort~fDakota F.._.~mer W. C. BRADLEY, M. ~. Physician an~ Surgeo~ Glasses l~itted Beach, N. D. see her last week Thursday Mrs. Pay_ ------------- licek is survived by her h~s~band, a i son and a daughter. At one time she l~, ~ lived here in Beach and she has a] ~ ~ ~ ~[ lot of friends here who sincerely re_ l i ~ ~ ~1 igret her passing. I ~ ~ v I ~ v ~ = ~ " ~ " V " I ~ WEEK END ~ . .~ MIDDA CES ~ SPECIAL SALE Sa ~Sun. . ~\ / 18 N~Styles and Colors |1 I| ] / ~le base with brass |] No~ and 6th \\ / / ~im: pottery glass and |[ ,~ r~ ~ ~... metale lba bases |/ Table Lamps that are up to 21 lncl es high It ~ver y ~[ er 9th with 13 inch Parchmentize~ Sht tdes ~AllLamps have fluted or pleated red shades cellophan~ cv1 I Select now for Christmal~ (,ifts I A down payment will hold Lamp until Chr ~tmas l I DICKINSON'S " Variety Department I Free Silverware certificate with every $1.00 purchase Jake ornick King of the Phone 13 Accordian MOSES SENTIMENT IS SWEEPING THE STATE i i ELECT A NEW State Industrial Commission SOUP, PIE AND COFFEE .. 20c For a QUICI~ LUNCH, see us, Where It is a ~easure to serve you. SPECIA)~/:~~'DIN~]I SAVOR (//~EXT SUNDAY"k --// NEW PALACE C WE who has openly endorsed a 20 percent increase in pay for W. P. A. workers. He also stands for increased medical aid for relief workers and their fain, ilies. Pol. adv. Announcing STANDARD'S NEW ....... ~ Anti-re'~r-eze BUCK AUCTIO gY NOVEMBER 10th FL L PAJAMASk ~ R~I~ER OVERSHOES ,These are made over f~dl'~ 3 ~p style, a sp~ial pa.t.tern, s and ~,are ~good |. Auetii~ Day feature Weignt nanny! .:. ~:!! YE--~~LOWN~ I LUN~H CLOTHES WORK GLOVES to pAa~.a!ue n He will want One Filling~ood For AlljW~hter $1.00~e~ gallon l Also Prest4e and De- natured/~lcohol on E ndard Service THE PARK C/AFE We Are Serving/~ Special PLATE Dff~I~R 0N BUCK AU{ /ION DAY For ~- 30c L/ AlsO'New 24 Record Wurlitzer Phonograph A special you heva been waiting for. They Last X2~ While WATCH FOR OUR CIRCULAR AT OVERSTAD'S ~: FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AXE HANDLES ............... 15c --O-- 100 ft. ~/~ in. pure Manila rope $1.29 o 6 inch Stove Pipe .............. 15c o ~ 12 Quart Gal~. il 24c House groo$, 65c~alu~ for ..... 39c MOSES- DEPUY ~ WOLF o -~~ "NO/MORE BOND DEALS" Water Glasses, 9 oz size ..0nly.. 3c Pledged to e~d~ the nefari2D~ystem which o . 25 feet Felt Weatheoe_r strip ....... 9c Butcher Saw, good heavY frame. 98c VOTE fok~W BOND DEAL Nov. 8, 1938 LOW PRl~o~leumRugs Do You Know What $133,990.21 of the ~" Taxpayers' Money ~Vould Do? l~atte~_es;.,.{.,,,,/. . ' WHAT THAT DE/L COS/ Flashligt ':' .4e O;~H?:draed/hir:y'tThrNene/~::}hnd'fs ($1N~q~)d[ed'N~l~:t Heavy- Galvi~zed Boiler ..... $1.39 i~iuiiehs~/i:ft~i!hlji~e~i;abeiildiiYlthel~r3~u~r.s~9,~f~~t~~f2i~gte//d?isbij~skn~t~ Large Dinner Plates, 2 for ..... 19c transferring our county bonds ~o our state departments. ---O-- 51x51 siZevalueA whale of a And remember, we, as good citizens, know that the In- r_ and ~ ]-~ 7c dustrial Commission had to approve those transactions-- ~L~[i~$ oaucer, on,y ........ While and did approve them! It would seem that the intent of -- " " " They Z$~ the North Dakota Legislature, ~hen it passed the law O Last providing for approval by the Industrial Commission of the ZENITHS are wlnn;n~ reco~n;t;on sale and purchase of bonds, was circumvented, and the nefarious practice of selling the bonds of one governmental as ..d'e..,.Wor]a's foremost Tire .~Va~ue ~mbdivision of the state to a state department through a broker who received a high commission thereof, was not O stopped by that law. VOTE DEMOCRATIC We Specialiw in Setting Glass, Fur- nace Pipe and Elbows of all kinds