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November 5, 1931     Golden Valley News
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% BF, AOI=I, N. D., ADVANCE _ THURSDAY. NO~E~ 5, - ---------'- ! ....................... I TRYING TO ~ET OUR U ~ O ||TU ~N~|[ O|TNT h i f - ~ ~ owing to the unexpected jam ~ ~ ....... ~ ( ] ] 1~ ~ ~ , , ] I ~ ~T ~ w T n~ ~ SUBSCRIBERS HALF WAY iTIl 3 WlVl fl|l|l ; V|ll0ll l ILadvertizing this week a good mt | ~'~|(~l~Kt'l'|l~M|4~l_J L~II'IlJ~ I tttt*.,, IIA.I ItVWtt~WVUa~ / AGAIN MOBILOIL IS AN I " " ~ ....... t --~ -x ~ ~x~.~ ~.~J,-~ ~ T " " personel items were cro~ueu uu NFWS AND ODDITIES Ot' LIFEI ................... .. [ F1~ank Peterka, a former count," "|e" ~ ,|ov[ueau I O~TTcAANT~? T C vO , ltthe country eorrespondanee as - ,~ resiaent, senaz greeungs anc~ re- Z " ' mat ------T,T------~--" t Miss Dorothea Quarve and MLSStnewal for the Advance from Tyn- l~l[$V ~'~1 ]]|~|[~0~l~ Ill'ARGEnT AIRSHIP, THE DO-Ilwa~mposmble to get the , !'' -' ......... ~ .... " .......... |Myrtle Hanson left by car last ldall, S. D. Former residents of the ~m mTTnr~ s zr tT111Tlrm ! iz' CARRYING 160 PASSEN- [ tin#lm type ana ge~ me paper ou~ :Baker--The first resident of Bak- hippieket. M~me~lt later Perry ]Thursday for Moorhead, Minn., tC[eounty are far flung about the [ A~'[ TI]I"S||/I NIidtI~IpFR~= .E~55~~;.~!~. 12[]~me. ~*: wha saw throueh the grating oft Petmore,who was driving, lostl attend Homecoming at Concoraia]country and nearly all of them are UI'IUX XUMa;Uxlx tl*'~ltxx 12~P22 I/ -------"'~" ~'~,'~,:~,-~ ~ ~,~(~r ~n,~ t~vn nht~d] control of the machine and it [ college While there they were me renewing as their subscription falls ~ /~.,u~[, =" .... VDal%;aa=;,u ~t~ I ~,~ '~'~$ ~ ...... ~ ............... ~ . ~ ' , I . ~ THE LARGE MOTORS CAP- t~lnek nn the door no doubt prom t skidded off the road. [ guests of Miss Hansons parents, ,due And this reminds us that w~ ~l]v ....... nlt ........ )~in~ yes [ _?-~] ~mi ~" himself o_n the sD0t_, to reform I Robertst ,, was throWnsa downhighhardUt [ They. returned, home Sunday. . . are. sending out notzeesi thZS.ust weekhow ~u~y .............. ~u ~e~z', ~c,~ ............ ~v~. vv,,~m'---. |TAL~.IADE F.THIsR. CHRISTsTATEMEN~W/' i I, [] Missouri Slope a~d lead a temperate l~fe. of ~. seat and t.. M~ss Anvflda Padoen and Mts~/m an effort to f nd out ~ . Rocksvold had died that morning [,,~,,~ ~,v~- ,~,~,,~ ~al]i ~i-,~tock Breefle~ ~t his eyes didn't fool him. The t onL_nis .ng, nt .nip. poe~e,. . [ Ella Dalfl drove to Valley ~i~y ms~ [ many. of our sm~scrmers, ~'nos s])- at Dickinson after an illness of /H~'p"~ MO" "T~)~R'~ OI~P~I~I)~O]X: [I ~ ...... "~ ~r.~mant o~ the iail was a cow and } 'rae teem mrnetea an m$uryI Friday wenre they attenaed th~ ! scripnons are pas~ sue, m~ena to ~,.,,.~ ,-~onth~ of ,~ther ailments 1, L,-.~. ............. "N. .~,~ I i [] Association ~nd~-'the'cl~rge was vagrancy. IThey will have to be repaired. I Homecoming activities at the State renew..We are extending to these ~)u'('~t~e'"hnme~iate~eause of l~,m: ],,~i~,,~)~tt~%,OR~l~E~ ~t~r~" [i ~ Larry Busch, abstracter and Jus- , ..---7- ..... ~ |Ncrmal. They returned Sunoay. the eu~ ra~e oI ~l.~o as an mctuc. !death was heart ~ihp'e The night ]SPLENDID MANNER ATW'AL~ ][i ~-.,,-=--.~ ~,-'~-'.. %1~ of the peace, had the cOW[r c~u~;e~g~,ed'~ V~-~AFH]~'~I Among ti~e local people attend-,~ae~i~ tot:]~n uP/:m ~cun~i~:-U~ibefore her attendant had pl~ce~ ~;lwEATHER CONDITIO~S"~ Ill l~ Up when the animal tram- ! oc .... ' . Y .... ' _. _ '~ing the masquerade dance and car- i . . g .: .. ~:; . cold towel on her head as she naa ,/tIAVE A NEW SUPPLY OF I 1 / :plOd over his garden. . . 10, of wes~moy.elana, ?; y:a_.._ n~Sinival at Medora, were: Mrs. Aud !~Ta~e~l time will mean ~ne paper wAl complained of headacl'~e, and left !|WINTER ~IOBILOIL A~ND IVE [I I D~ckinso~/~. D., Tllesd~y, owner, Mrs. A. Dunbrasky, promisea] ..... ---:y _ _ _ tLyle Mar in and Mr. and Mrs l'-d . ........ " ; She leaves a husband, son an ,/WINTER DRIVING -- .C 1111 t/ .......... t a home ~-ertn AllStralta DaDy h ma De a little snort at ~ms time , e ,' to keep I t I .... Clarence Overstad of Beac Y ' t dau~hte to mom'n her unclinch [~,;a~,~ " -~ " "~ "~; i ]~ O~ 100 Head of Purebr~l t ~ e are " - .~.~,:.ov,. - ..,-~, -- ] girl weighing 1 pound 13 ounces ] ,,,.~ m.~.~. ~r ....... ,~v; ,,~a l'even though at the $1.50 ra e ~ ta'~in~ away She was a~,ed 42/ v ] 1[] ,,..... ~ ,~_,,=, Po~ghkeepsle, N. Y. --George t _has beenbo~n at.King Edward tMiss Effie Mason motored toBis-l~endmg-.them the paper at a k _.lvears and ten days, and had hvedi~, fill .......... , YOUthS of Greycourt valued I hsP"az~t;t~ne '~:s~?ea eaen say [marcl~ Saturday. They returned ]Un~er memC~(cum~m~ce~h[eo~e:e 'in tiffs county for many years. As i [ ~ ' his ~fe at only $5, he asserted ! in a pu _ g. _ ..... tthe same day Imat a. p . 1 P ~ . L. yet no time has been se~ for the : -'~eourt during a separation ac-. I lvlatron wamn eoueetmg ~m- [ " . _. . . . ~ i~ a oeserving courtsev: espeem~y ,~. ~, ...................... ...... 1 .,high wUl h. in th~ IocM* -- ..... . You am 1 tlstics on infants for years, says [ O. N. Dunnam oI ~tsnlazeK ~as I as it. costs the subscmber n{~r[hln, I ,,,~*~ai'~rxr ~= ~f x~-ill r]enonr~ n~rtn t tlon [~rought by ~_ gm the new arrival is the smallest a guest at the home of .Mr. ana I but the trouble of answering the in:-, ~ .... t~ ..... 7 .Y .... :< ...... l'" i i ................................................. He said his wife signed an a - . wor zrom remuves WhO are ex- eement a ~:ear ago whereby :~eon authentic record. [ MurS~daEa:~ thMaxS:enkMnaay ana[quiry on the questifs~airubscri tions I pec~ed to reply to wires today, but [ ~n ~.Wt~hEE~o and Flngerana rm~v, w~stoleav~htm forever on pay- -- . Y , After ca uary . P '!it will probably be tomorrow, un- !1 ~_ y ~, . an~nampoo, !co memt of$5~ She denied this. Chicago,---An airplane serv~ce] The W B A. met Wednesda~ at not paid in advance will be stopped,less the ex"ected friends cannot ] with sleeping accomodations be- ] the home of Mrs. Henry Lehman. We suspended this rule last July ! ~t h~r~ ~'' ~hat *|me t | O~nger waves only 35c. T~v~.in Ohio-- Common pleas ', tween Chicago and Los Angeles. is[ Miss Syh, ia Kremeneski and because of conditions and because ~The sv~uathv of ti~e community | , ] Judge"~'- W' B. ~haomuson. said that to be .inaugurated'- H. G. McCarroll. Miss Effie Mason drove to Glen- w~ wanted to make it as. easy as ; .~o ................... ~'~,~ +~ ~t~,q~_..~ husband ~! | ~ ~.r[~ .~(a~ ....... ~*~T~. ] ,few years ago m majority of de- e;t)er~me~:al ~gineeeric:flDets;Oirtt,[dvc Sunday. ,lpossible for i~Us~ :ubser~ber[~ nebUdt and children. Next week we ,viii I I ;'7"7" ........... 1 vorces were, sought by women, but sa a .to Cl y. .. " _. ~ . ] The Halloween dance given by now we e 3. - rrv ipublish Mrs. Rocksvold's obituary. I | I C~l any time before nexl~ ] that nowthe devorce trend findslinaoout twomonms_~z'ne pl~S~theBooster club of the local Highlof money as tney are. an~i;nla~a~ ~1 __ I| ~ Wednedsay. / ] en asktn le al separation wiu De operates on a ~v nour sc " school w ver well attended A ithem only to the first o rm . ~ |~e. Your name may 1 ~eore m g g . . ~ as " Y ~ ' i . - .~ ................... ~ -- cn mis space eacn weez our name may In his court than women, u!e. Each plane will have smteenlnice sum was netted to be used by;so, if the paper is discont~edn2el T~'r*'r~T~ weeK. Your name may I ---- . bzrtt~s, the Athletic association, i cannot be .~azd tha~ .~n.e, ' _ ; 1.~][~,ll~JP I~ P, i~3 ' | I ~ _ Evansville, Ind,. --Irrtagarte. . _ _---- ...... / Mrs Mary Jordan returned Sat-I has. not trzea w mee~ ,t s reaaers~ ............. t| ~~----- ..... ------------ how John Roberts, teacher in a t ~vtunc~e, zncL, --~Rnougn ne [ urdav" form Mclntvre, Iowa where I hatz way. i [ THE JONES BEAUTY S'HOPPE township high school must have has a bullet in his.neart, Cleus [ she lass been visiting the past two / ~ ] - Mrs. C. H._Hall and daughter! i .......... elt when he was bitten by his t Sweeny, a you,rig farmer near [ months ~: I INTERESTING SERVICES ]r~u~n, Irom tne zar sou~n councJ.I teeth, Ga~ton, expects .,o, .go home soon t ~ ' , . . . ~' . ~ 1 " ~ were in Beach weonesaav., snopping .~ , i~ wn.. rldinzMon~ in his from a hospital, the tn:mrv was | Mis~ Sjhm Kzemenskz and/M~s~ I ..... ,, ..... + ~ h,]nc, ~hf~wn in Alex LaSota and fannly of the i " .......... -----~ , " a w dinner ts at ~rw~ ,.,~,~ ........ ~, .... . , , .. ~ ___ ................ =====:==_:=_ veral ~e~ks a o b Efhe Masol ere g z~er ~alle ~ere Beach ~zs~tms Wed lutomobtle from Evansville toI lnfltef~ se. . vie ,~, 3 |.,_ ,~ ~ Mrs Nora g~odldardtthe ~pecial evangelistic services be-'''_ ' Y.. .... "it ~Boonesville when his. false teeth a $ea~ous nusoana ~-nyslemns/mc-~. home oz " c," ~u~ : i ~,,~,,,s "~,~1~,.~ ........ ~ ,bo United Brethren ~ nesaav, ana ~iex aroppec~, m . to ~ t ltmgan to annoy him so he tookI said they were confidentlac We~nesaay evening. / ] church and large crowds are at- swap yarns and renew his subsenp- ~ t ~ ~ ii. -m ,~m ~m out and put them in his 1 would recover The Study club met at/the home tending each evening Rev and ; tion. I ] T rm aam ~a aa | d ffm ]ofMrs_LvleMartinTufsdaye.ven- Mrs Thompson are in.charge of: Ipe,~?emm~s "~1 :n:r:slstbhei! r, /. nUVIIUIU t#U ~- '-- ! ing. ttmt car was 1Tsponaea ~o the musical urogram ana ~ne spe ......... w ......... r "o ~ .'. ! =lff ~.,.~ ~ ............. I ----'----'~'~----~"~--""'~'" .... | ~.ith th~ nsm~ af ~odern book i '. .... .t ..... , ..; ~.~e,., two votes when the sesmon opens in i t - -- ................ a __e ' clal numuer~ vu~a, ,..- " ...... - " t" , T *-~.. [ ]E)P][I~ 7kT~[3~r~ [ the author and resu~ro~f-[he story -n~al rendered by them are December. t SELLS &l ,t'~k ! AXR~,Jt~.:~X' ~'~ ='~ vv k~ I A snlendid %ook review written of/me ~, . .... ,,^~ '~- ,-astor Rev A lad named Matro Paladichuck, ] l ...... .-~ ................... White Bird ying y Bess Street- greauy euju~ a~hi~,,~he~ ful ~os 1 21 years old and living at Gotham~ ...................... I let Aldrich lw~ glv~vB~i~iBurIROsc0c' ls ple g. PTh~ 'Billings county has confessed theI i Quahtv Merchand,se for Less Is o ~ t ~ermons at each .ervlce. e p " . . ' . i ! -. Th baby of Mr and Mrs H Ha , b rs ~ere r~ kflhn of O M S~pe sheep herder brother of Mrs. Tungsvick and]_ - is ite sick "[hans. Six n~ m~be~s-were p ~-l'~ic is invited to attend these meet- . .g. - ,, ._ it ......... ~a neighbor of his have been visiting | ~eaa qu . . | sent. The lVl~se~ Ha~_~n, ,. Dahl. I ings ! o~ mat, county, r~oooery was me i ~ BEACH. N, D. at the Tungsvtek home this past| Mrs. Zeoar~n of Alpna was a[Quarve, Padoe~,/Krementski and " __ _ oojec~ ~ut the boy says ne got no I Week They are from Minnesota. | Beach visitor Monday. /Mason ~k ] ] SERVE ARMISTICE DAY 'money. I | , n " ~#,.~ ~ ....... ~a OB Ed Kveck was taken before I ~" Mrs, Gronning and sons, were] Bob Alguire ~ent to Fargo Mo -IMr. and Mrs. Tove3 and chil-1 . , ; n sda da a business mission - i t's Sunda at . Judge Pugh at Diczinson last weeK, ~h shoppers Wed e y. | y on ] dren were d nner gues Y . The Lions club will at its meet- h~,~,,~, ~l~a~ed ~,-iltv of drivin~ an ! ! rlr~l * _ * ~ I 11 1 ]Kenry Olsen, Mrs. R. L. Johnston| Mr. and Mrs..Tatley of Ollie, ]the. home of Mr. and Mrs. rreo[!.n~ next Monday hold exercises .!naut'o-w~ile "intoxi-ca{ed and was ~ ; IreS store ts ; nome, ownea :Mrs. Odman and Irving Odman at-/ Mont., were ~eacn cauers Monaay tinoer~ " " - " l re~'~nitin~ , of Armistice uav. wztn =cd'"n 0fl d~J.~.~ ~. ~U ...... ~-~ ~.~ Pn~t.~ , t 1 "~ ' 1 1 * ~ed the quas~erly c%Iflrence at~ John Kukowski and family have/thA foirmeeS:n~d;~o~e~gr ~?~r~;~ l a speaker from out~e ot~eerCO~;tY, th'e']a~l sentence to be~ s~spended~ ! and home.operated and ts ~any~e weane say e : g. ,- .... ,~ back to the fazm north of/ : .... ; ....... : = " t It is not ~n wn_ L~ y . ._ - ~ upon payment of the costs ! ~ 1 1 1 * , . ~ ....... Aloert Aue~ oz wes~ernemL t-rac- . f h ~dA will be neict m ' trade home?an mz'swhY not . ~ Hillside ~c. tool g. ? Mrs Q Lawhead of Trotters was] hquad motored to Ei~alaka. Satur-[-~untv and is a fine after dinner .......... ,~,.~o:: " "ll --, IO~'~n party ~'rlaay az~ernoon..~la Beach'visitor Sunday and Mon-|dav where a game was played. The~{t.~' i''~'"~ "'~. ~;;'~" .. ............ i~ tne ' - , . ~,,.K~.. ~ ~o~ week henry ~ey~, w~,~v. =nice program was gzven oy a score was 32 to 14 m favor of Eko- ~ .... , ! ~ - .h*m,*. V,~,t .... n~ ~eho'ars wet-Id' y' [. [ , examination m Justice Stoddards, ! APPLE~, CARLOAD TO ARRIVE, PER~tOX ......... $1.25 ~'t~t"'ea'n~'v"-nu~sand" articles t)~,i Mr. and Mrs. ROy Johnson and| laKa. . ................ / IMPROVING THE CAFE court on a chdrge of selling intoxi- I | ...................... ~ ........ - t t, axl. All I fanuly motored to ismarck S -|_ _ - _ ". . - ' .... catmn hquor and was ound over l | ........ .... u ........ *'- o. ~ ~. ~ ~ ~'I . ~ ~ " Anoesn ana Joe bUQWlg Ot ~I~ ..... |in ' ' ~d the afternoon day. returnm~the ~ame evening. |,,,...- .... + ~,~.,,, ..... ~;+~.~ ~.r~ [ Mrs Anna Moyer ts remode g ;to dzstnct court on bond of $o00, ~ FLOUR 98 LB SACK /- ~55 -- " I ~v~,.., o~,~,,~ ........ ~ ........ ~ ..... the front of her place of business which w~ furnished. ~ ' .......... Y" ..................... "~" Margaret ~Ziebarth visited at the, H, F. Tisor, formally of this counI and Mrs. Wm. Peterson. t .......... f the --- -- ...... , I ~ _ _ , /, - ~lLaaJ?hnst n hme Sat ur day and t i[ebU~d:l~?~e.:irmelivVel;~: ~Cea;~[ so~n~ro tnGd leMOny/ d ~ i}etrf~i itng ~i~n :e~t~i:~mt ~ 1% eO[ s TS A sister of Perry Bury's and hez 11dah. . _. /vi~_,ting Mr_ and M's=. , . _g~h~ |sid'e ther~f so that it can be used liei fund This is just fine in the, ! .............. _,~ ............. "-'-"" "i... " ~'-"~'-nd --~ children came b-" car' Bruce Miller the little son oz ~v~r , rierman ~,en~z oz ~av,or a~ ..... -,. ._ ' --','-,~-~ +o the cafe .,~.,.~ ,/~, ..... ~o~,~ fh~bh~t=! t NI~,W U.~I~LOBLI~ O/' lqKlS~l-1 DIIXI~,D YE~E'I'PMI:SIalE;~* U.~MI~' Irom Glendive Sunday and visited i and *,,I,~. M,,sha}l ~i]lpr, t~,'. the led to b?smess matter~ here durin:~;~n~ to" the new stairway she has are in the ri~he t~lace t~ ............. ~% .......................... ~+ *~.. ~,,,,, ~r,~ $~th~" da~ and eu~nuite~a ~asn in~tne wee~. I: :: _. "_. , ".. ~,,..., ~ ~ - ' ~ x ~.-~r~, ~[,u.o, r~,~,~*~o, r,u*n_~ ~u vmav*-~. = ...... ~ ........ : :. ~: .o " I I G D Willis of Grand Forks N l bmlt to me secona s~o~'y. ~.~y> Several of the local High school t | / / Harold Oldls and Harold Ziebarth ~ ms ~,eau. ~ . [ r~ ~,,~' ~,~ Tuesday lookin~ 'after! changes and improvements are a:tso teachers have each voluntarily sub- I | | FRICE LOWEST LN CITY took iri the Carnival and dance at I A large number of Beach folks at- [ :-" y-~ "*~."; . V ~,. %.; .... I being made in the interior o~ tne scribed *~ to the drou-ht relief ~ i ~ / ousmess znteres~s zo~ the wne~ ~,~ -~ntin~l Butte Friday night. It.ended teh dance at the Air Dome [Orowers assocmt[on " l cafe that will add to its business fund--S1 for Red Cross member-I[ TO~IATO O~, PER CAN .... " .......................... ~ rni arew ~turday e~enqa~ that being me , facflzties and attractiveness ~Vern Knapp and Be ce C i.', . " ' ~ =: I Mr an~i*Mrs El~in Van Eaton "" " ' .ship and $5 to relief all of which ! HONEY PER GALLUN 9~ " t ~ast ~lance given tnere " .. ~ ' . ' ' ....... ................. motored to the Petrified Fores t ' I were in from the Joe Myers ranch I----- is a race thing to do. I ~unday to see the hard wood and l A fine baby girl was born to Mr. I Sunctay and spent the day visiting[----~.~,~ . ,~,t- ,va ~.ASSIFY Miss CLara Moen of Sentinel | COFFEE, PER POUND ................................. 2@@ H ck north of -.uu ~,*=.~ ..... , ~oenery. . _ ~and .Mrs. Ted . oe , .... /their parents. Mr. and Mrs. CashI ----Butte sends in $5 for the drought l I ...... ~r~ ,~ ,~r i-, ..... %$ Mr. and Mrs, Henry Stron and iBeacn, on i'~ovemoer zna.Mtner[van Eaton and Mr. and Mrs. Irv-~an ~mRES OF CORN IN THE relief fund a contribution which l | ,u ~,~,~o o,.,,~, ,~. ,,. ,., .... ~ ,~ ......................... :Mr and Mrs Jack Clark and chll and daughter doing fine /,..~, He,~e,, 1 ...... de .............4r -- " ' "a d n" " . x ' . ." 1 ~ ,,~ ,o. ~. / Sn0CK. Will ~ra mr ca~*e rxttnr~ helps some poor z m' y lcely, ana i ' ~ren were guests at the Rooer~l The production of durum wheatI [ Dykins. 27-Jr'the committee very much appre-~: HAVE YOU SEEN OUR RADIO WE ARE GIVING &WA~ ~onnick home Sunday. I in North Dakota. South Dakota, | Mr. Bury of 'Alpha was In the | :ciates the spirit of the giving. 1 ~ " Arthur Marquette and~ Karn~|Montana and Minnesota is estim-I city Saturday, /~ ,~. ...... , .....~ .......... ]4 COME IN AND HEAR IT PLAY . WhO ~ the' elosest'~a~."Art and t sociation, an association of ind.- tomorrow night, two mat| - I Thursday Noon , by those in need. ~eS, or the hor~/ ....... pendent oil de_Mers is to hold its urday .aftern.oo.n or the regu_lar/Northern wheat " $ 631 The Saddle Butte P T A. will PHONE ';5 Andrew Kohter a~d Daisy Wass- convenuon a~ ~'argo ~anuary ~-12lSaturaay mgn~ permrmance. 'rne|~,..ter whea~ .......... ~ ~'d hold its meeting Saturcl'ay No-I ldre were uests atlThat kind of a meeting ought to two matinees will come zn mzgnty ,,-, a ............. 47ivember 14 instead of Friday No- - ~mman and c g n t n from a Durum whe t .................. ~=~h,~ .q~aYwere g Irun smoothly. [handy for those i .ow ..... /~ ......... 118!vember 13. ! , --rr ....... . reat distance as i~ wm ename -,- ................ f ~pha p~ye~ ~O1Va in a horse Twenty years ago, Nov 4. Beach[.gr ...... -d ........... he of I Rye ............. " .28t Yesterday Mrs Thomas Lynn o t ............ mem ~o ~aKe auva,~ase u~ ~ ......... tournamefl Sunday at Oolva. I merchants held thek hrst bargain [ ..... well as | Barley .......... ~2 ; Wibauxpresentedher husband ! I ~~;~i~lii!a~i!!~f~b~s~iii~~ff trade) ............ :. ii !l . __ __ __ __ ~e~k. iontfrom what The Advance said of:h~l , " were: ..................... ineces~itate the Sov[e~ state's buv-i ~ ~~ ~~t~d ~k~~ Tt~lie Btevens had an operataffair at the time it was a g | ......... ing back wheat delivery contracts ~mm~ ~VVqibl~ ~m~i~I ~t~IP~entdl~te~k~t ;h% Ashantihr.~:d dal~an StockweIl, wife and familylIN THE CHURCHES ll~APtl WATH~.R l~gk~ep i~t~st%wn'p~:::~ifnr~eS~r]'ni ....... :: doing nicely. We hope Ior ner drove to Glendive last Sunday to| ~ . VLtl,~II I! IJ.~x~M~ | market and more confidence is ex- 1~'1~'~ ~=ffi n ~ .,,=~,. ~ ~ ~peedy recovery. .~ see James Phillips. who xs m the| ~ t pressed m the future than for a! H! Bqknlln ~' r and /Mrs L Knapp ana , r I CH M:. = . ":" . ~ =. i hospital ha~ing undergone an ope- UNITED LUTIIERAN CHUR Weather re,ort for the week l long time. In fact business of all ~~ ~V~~ au n~er uols mor~ozea zrom ~zs i I isvold Pastor " g ~ .. "l at|on for appendicitis. Mrs. Ph I- P.A. G " ---~--~ ":~'- 4 7 u m l kinds is picking up and the people marck b car here rney ~ere mn xth her hus v.,.,,,~ ,,~,. , Y "" " " " ~liDs is at Glendive w' - -- ~,+,,~,o, qo" ~.5 ' 29 [generally are realizing the sense- ~ner-gueStSanaataisothe~oo~HOgobOOmm rne hOmenorse IIb~md" They .reprt Mr Phillips as Sunday, Nov. 8 October 30 "::: 38 21 / lessness of hoarding" and groaning" ~/nday .' ., ~ recovering mcely. Beach: Sunday school 10 a.m. ,'~+,,~o,- 31 " 51 20 I when things are not half as bad as ~hoe gaznes at Gotva m the azter-I '~,, r~,m~ ha~ roturned from Divine worship, 11 a.m. ~,.,~,o,. 1 .... 64 24 [they might be. If everybody was ~o~. . -- - ,...~ ~,,o =~ ]Fargo where he attended the exe-Choir ~on Friduy eve~m.g. .. November 2 72 40 [to cutout the talk abouthard YOUR NAME, szgned to a check, makes you personalW Ed. E~de b " " " , " i family Victor Thompson and Myrtle church, 2:30 o'c!,ock. I ' ! " oboom is fimshing Ex 1 vombine, so Hog t Olson' Young Peoples meeting at the act y the same thing holds true with the ma ~ombining hm flax V Johnstone home in the even "" -. ' R. . - and merchants who advertise in the newsPaper. George Gearey and family at-1 A lovely shower was given Fri- tended church at Alpha U. B. and day evening in honor of Mrs. Chas. ~ere dinner guests at Tungsviek's. Justesen at her home. There were Nellie Irons was up and spent ~e week end with her sisters Ber- rdce and Lillian at Beach. Junlus Gronning came up from ~,midon and visit6d his mother and ~others, and also brought back Jep ~hrlstensen's car, returning the ~same day. fifty people present and Mrs. Juste- sen received many beautiful gifts. After the gifts were opened a del- icious lunch was served at mtd- nighk after which all departed for their l~mes reporting a wonder- ful time. There wa~ an increase ol 2.435 families requiring drough~ relief Joe Belmont, a brother of Tony, added to the list in this ~tate and ~nd Mrs. Joe came out last week to Montana during October and the ~attend the Sand-Strack wedding sum of $108,720 was added to the re- ,and to visit with Tor~y's family, leif budget that month.. During the Mr. Belmont, who lives near St. month, Ward and Dunn counties, ~loud Minn., says things in the this state, were included in the re- far~ llne are very bad where he lief area, all local efforts in those lives,~ and from what he sees and counties being exhausted. hears of things here. that we are The Golden Valley chapter of the better off than he or his neigh- bors are, yet the people in his sec- tion are sending food. clothing and ~esy to the drought suff ere~df tate and Montana. -rnm - l~rally makes us wonder if a great , of our people are going to sit the folks of other our own neigh- hour of O., AlpI a was a ch" vtsttor Pr y. Red CrO~s has within the past week granted several appeals from the distressed families in the county and given what assistance it could in the way of clotht*:g, shoes, etc. But the taking of the memberships in the Red @ross has been so illy responded to by the people during the reUef drive that the funds of ~he count chapter are abou~ exhausted and it Will be impossible for this the emergency re- have been ing. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH F. G. Roscoe, Pastor Sunday ~chool. l0 o'clock a. m. Morning worship, I1 a. m. Evening 4~ Junior C. E. 6:30 o'cloc~f~ Christian Endeavor, 7 o'clock. Preaching service 8 p. m. METHODIST CHURCH J. Ralph McNeil, Pastor Sunday school, 10:00 a. m. Morning worship, 11 a. m, Anthem by choir. Epworth League, 7:00 p. m. Evening worship, 8:00 p. m. Selection by orchestra. Mid-week Bible study and Pray- er service Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. Our motto: "Jesus Christ the So- lution of Every Problem." CONGREG&'I~[ONAL CHURCH Rev. C, G. Ellinger, pastor Sunday school at 10 a. m. ]" By American Legion .ll wiilling to sign their names ~o certain definete, printed about their products and the goods they sell. In ments, they tell you about the material they use. you how to get the most for your money They teach Fou to choose from a multiplicity of products. And quite as portant as all these, they acquaint you with new g~1eg, inventions, new manners and customs of living, By reading these advertisements you know, you shop, precisely what you are getting. The or merchant has signed his name. even YOU CAN TRUST ~ ~ACTURER O~ WHO IS ~G TO STA]KE ~ NJLM~ ON WHAT HE SAYS i ,,,