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Beach, North Dakota
November 7, 1935     Golden Valley News
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November 7, 1935
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THE BEACH REVI~ THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 7,. 1935 , which was to have held in the Big Four Hall on was postponed because of weather. This will be held later. staying with grandmother while Mr.-D0blar is Wis., b~tuse of the serious his mother, Mrs, Anna Ma~: Kerr and Mr. Famest Barkland, Just and Mr. and Mrs'. Leo Neit- and children, it being Max's birth. on Sunday, r~7,~:, There was no school m the T. D. ~'ichool on Monday because tim teach- was Ill, , ~i~:~: Mr. and Mrs. Win, Jandt were ~i~.Beach on Friday'attending church. . Jandt then remained to attend on Saturday and visit with and family. She "Saturday evening. ~nd son Bill took a io Dickinson on Sat- for flour and Mrs, E. A. Livermore business callers in Beach on has returned to be under a care for awhile. is driving back and to Mrs. Doblar's to help l~er while Mr. Doblar is gone. Mrs. Hobbs and Mrs. Kittleson on Tuesday for the lesson given by Miss Ella @ Mr. and Mrs. ~ndrew Mousen and were callePs at the at her Mrs. Celia in time for I~ay- will remain for was a supper home on Sunday forget the school benefit school house on Nov. 8. Ha~mT Wassman had Sunday Mr. and Kouba and daughters, and Mrs Matt Krause and Eth- Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wosepka Kenneth and Dorothy, Mr. and and Mrs, Fritz Chm~, afternoon home Oll Wo~epk~ has been attend- were visitors at Matt THE = Itrttflitt ttiitt Howard is go, o~ to Valx a visit with ~. Clod Burgett were ~j at the Fred Wass- tday night . I Cleo Burgett and sm~n were visitors at o~me Tu ~day. d Mrs, ~Ien Allstot an Walter and Dorothy [ at the Matt Krause evening Krause visited Wehrman home on Sat- VOLUME XIII f H. A. BURYS HON()RED ON 32ND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY --1111 {Prom Alpha News) Mr. and Mrs. H. A,. Bury were complimented on Tuesday evening when a group of friends entertained at a surprise party in their honor on the occasion of their 32rid Wedding Anniversary. Games and a mock wedding provided diversion after which they were presented gifts from their friends. Lunch was serv- ed at midnight, a delicious wedding cake being made by l~rs. Fritz Faschtng. The guests departed at a late hour wishing Mr. and Mrs. Bury many more hapPY years of wedded life. ~ lliI- LOCAL HEWS,ITEMS Eugene LaMeres and a boy friend of his spent the weekend at the La- Meres home here. Eugene attends school at Richardton. Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Martin, Jr., nd two daughters arrived home on Thursday night from a two weeks trip in various points in Minnesota. The dance last Friday night prov- ed fairly successful, a fair-sized crowd attending. The dance was sponsored by the Athletic Association and mus- ic furnished by Burns' orchestra. The school sponsored an all scl~ool ,arty at the Opera House lust Thurs- day night. The entire school attend- ed. A free show was given and a lunch ~erved later. This was in the form of a Hallowe'en party. It prov- ed to be quite successful in that not much damage was done in town that night. The merchants are also re. sponsible for the good time had at this affair. Miss Velma Palmer and Miss Syl- via Kremenetsky gave a party on Monday night for members of the school faculty, Everyone attending enjoyed the evening. Mrs. Ella Smith and son Fred S. Smith and~ Albert Ramsey left on Monday morning for New York where they will make their future homo. Mr. and Mrs. McDonald and Patty Ann spent Sunday visiting at th& Boisen home. Mrs. :R. Young and Kathleen Bois- en left Monday morning for Minne- sota and Wisconsin. Kathleen will Mrs. Young will return to her home at Sparta, Wisconsin. Mrs. G. W. Hall entertained mem- bers of the Study Club at ~r home on Tuesday night. Bridge was played and a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. i The Ladies Aid of the Congrega- l~onal church will sponsor a chicken fpie supper st the church Thursday ~afternoon and evening. A bazaar /wtll be held, and a quilt top given !away. Chances are being sold on the I quilt. Tommy Tovey was on the sick list over the weekend. Mrs. Hall spent Friday shopping in .Beach. . Mr. and Mrs. Tovey and children ~and Mrs. Mason were business vis- MI~, E. How,, itors in Beach Saturday. let% for Sioux City, Kenneth Floe drov~ to Amldon on Saturday to spend the weekend visit- ing his sister. Work has been started on the Con- Mrs. Glen Allstot and Beach visitors Friday. Mrs. Fred Wassman and at the George Wassman THURSDAY,'~ NOVEMBER 7, 1935 School News Of Interest t t gregatlonal church fixing the damage done to the interior from the hail storm. , . Mary Stoddard spent the weegena at her home here Myrtle Johnston, who is attending Jamestown college, spent the week- end at her home south of town, Hawaiians Senior Play Ih.actice is under way in a big way. The Hallowe'en Dance given last Friday was,~'t very successful. A few dollars profit was" cleared. We hope to capitalize at the Thanksgiv- ing Dance, Thursday night, Novem- ber 26th. Bill's Music will entertain. The H~llowe'en Party last Thurs- day night was a great success. The youngsters enjoyed the varied movie program, the opportunity to leave off excess energy, and the delicious and ample feed given them. Many parents and young people attended. The best part of the program was the fact that not a single complaint was registered about town in regard to Hallowe'en pranks. Will someone please tell the World that the young people of tSday can't behave on Hallowe'en Night. Each of the grade rooms had a Hallowe'en Party last Friday after- noon. The scheduled foltbaI1 game with the Golva H. S. Team has been post- poned again. It is doubtful whether earn as much as $6.00 a month tO- ward their school expenses. The whole student body deeply feel the lo~s of their friend Pete Boisen. Pete was a member of the school board several times. He was always for anything that would ~ake for better schbois and what woUl~ make school life most profitable for students. The art class are doing finger paint- ing. This promises to be a worth while spare time activity. Tin can constructions will be part of the ar~ program in the future. Programs for Armistice Day and Thanksgiving are under way. The whole school will Participate. The traveling library for the turn! schools has been completed and will start its excursion n~x~t week. The ,band will play at the Armis- tice program. The problems of de- mocracy class will render a debate on the question Should the Govern- ment Own the Munition Factories. A testing program for the entire we will be able to play this game. [grades will be given next week. Oh- Three high school students are ~jective tests for high and Iow, 7th. working at odd jobs in line with the ] 8th. and 9th. grades h~ve been re- N. Y. A. These young people may Jcelved. 20 Years Ago From The Sentinel Butte Republican October 28th, 1915-- 4i J, Z. Gardner is advertising for sale at public auction, his 160 acre farm a mile south of town. John Gussick is announcing the opening of his Coal mine at the west end of the big butte. J. W. Brown is putting on a big sale at his general merchandise store. We. Morris & Son have ol~ened up their new store on the west end of main street. "Dad" Patterson, the well known plasterer, has purchued lots Just west of the Harve Robinson residence, and is erect~g a cottage there on. ! T. J. Cassidy of the Gem Grocery ,is having his crop threshed,, and re- ports a yield of 60 bushels of oats to the acre. Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Prendergast moved into their new residence this week. James Cass arrived this week from Webster, S. Dak.. with a carload of emigrant movables and est~lished himself on the farm he recently bought south of town. Rudolph Trester arrived home this week from Winona. Minn.. where he has been taking treatment for par- alysis of the lower limbs. II|i~--~-- Westerheim Mrs. Rose Hollar and Mrs. David Dietz spent Tuesday at W. R. Con- boy's. W. R. Conboy and David Dietz were callers at Ollie Oygard's Tues. day. Mr. Nolan was a caller at Otto Will's Tuesday. Mrs. May Wright slipped and fell on the ice. hu~ting her hands and ~nee quite badly. J. S._ Rathbun is getting up his winter coM. The many friends of the Boisen , t , , . Honor Their Delegate 30 Years Ago From The Sentinel Butte Republican NOvember 2nd. 1905--- /L Otto ~hennelw0rth, who is alleged to have stolen $10.000 worth of hors- es from C. ~Huidekoher. has been ceught in Wyoming. This" week A. L. Martin shipped from here a carload of flax. the first carload of grain ever raised in and shipped from this county. A large steam threshing rig was shipped in here from Minnesota this week. Yesterday, two prairie schooners. bound for Beach. went through town The schooners contained two famil- ies from Minnesota. who had taken UP h~mesteads near Beach. Contractor J. Z. Gardner has taken the contract for the new school house a~ Trotters. C. P. Olstead has traded his $ section ranch to a gentleman by the name of W. D. Forsyth for a brick blocs in St. James. Minn. family here, extend sympathy to them in their hour of sorrow. Mr. and Mrs. W. R, Conboy and David Dietz were slmppers in Sent- inel Butte and Beach Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. G@o. Coyle and Mrs. Harold Hollar were shoppers In Beach F~riday, Mrs. Hollar's going out ~o Bill Hollar's where she stayed until Sunday. }~FY. and Harold Lemon were callers at David Dietz' Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Satre were callers at H. H. Olsen's Sunday. A few friends gathered at the Harold Hollar home Sunday evening to help Mrs. Hollar celebrate her birthday. Junior Cook was 3 caller at Math Brown's and Otto Wilrs Sunday. France Hollar took the Hollar and Alien sheep to Web Allen's Sunday, ---t!ll- NUMBER 27 GIRL SCOUTS HELD MEET- ING LAST WEEK TUESDAY ll- Tuesday, October 28th, the girl scouts, consisting of ten members, held a meeting. Three of the mem- bers who were not present were El- eanor Boisen, Marion Gardner, and Jeanne Martin. The meeting was called to order by the tro~p leader, Miss Palmer, at four-fifteen P. M. The girls were, divided into groups of six and sev- en. Patricia LaMeres and Violet Brown were elected Patrol Leaders and Margaret Gallagher and Eleanor Boisen as Corporal Leaders. Eleanor Boisen was also chosen as a reporter. llll TWIN BUTTE COMMUNITY "CLUB II Everyone interested in the Twin Butte Community club is a~ked to take notice that there will be a spec- ial meeting at the Camel's Hump school house on Saturday night, Nov 9, at 8 p. m. IIII LOCAL HEWS ITEMS -ll Mr. and Mrs. Nell Hogoboom and Mr. and Mrs~ M. B. Hogoboom return- ed Saturday from an auto trip to Rochester and Minneapolis, Minn. John Lardy arrived Monday from BemidJi, Minn., to attend the funeral of his brother. P.. J. Lardy. John was formerly a resident homesteader of this vicinity. E. D. Nelson drove to Dickinson Sunday. accompanied hy C, J Eng- fund, W. T. Pederson and Ted Mur- pity. They called on Felix Murphy. who is receiving medical a~entfon at Dickinson. In the recent disasterous fire at Baker. Mont.. Mrs. John Sheehan, formerly Miss Emma Waldal, had the misfortune of losing all her household belongings, Including many beautiful gifts received at her rec- ent wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Martin and daughter Jeanne returned Thursday from a two weeks auto trip to Min- neapolis, Minnesota. Walter Petersilie expects to leave today for Watford City where fie will join a CCC camp. Mrs. Joe Douns returned yesterday after spending several months visit- ing her mother and other relatives in CaHfornia, Tom Wirtzfeldt is carrying his left arm in a sling as a result of getting his hand caught between a large chunk of lignite and the wagon wheel. CARD OF THANKS ~--[|,__. We wish to thank our many friends for their kindness, in our recent bereavement, the loss of our husband and father. Your expression of sym- pathy has helped much to alleviate our sorrow. ~Mrs. A. P. Boisen and family. ;lll- Strange Horseless Carriage One of the strangest horseless car, rlages In history "was made in Nurm berg, Germany, in 1649. It was oper- ated by three men. one of whom steered it from a fronz seat whlle the other two, concealed fn the rear, pro- pelted it by turning a crank. Although its greatest speed was only two miles an hour. writes Mrs. F. Ogden, Jr., E1 Reno, Okla, in Collier's Weekly, it had a very effective gadget for making peo- ple get out of the way. A large figure of a dragon on the "hood" could spout water for a distance of 15 feel Illl J. V. Klein and sons John and ~,,~-uare Butte Georgewere visitors at Wm. De- Vries' on Sunday. Harmon Olstad attended the dance at Sentinel Butte Friday evening. J, V.. Klein and daughter Gladys were callers at Sentinel Butte on Saturday. Carl' England was a caller at Lloyd Yates' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barcel, son Ken- neth, and Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Deep- soy were callers at Sentinel BUtte on Friday. Ed. Olsen has started to gather up the cattle for Lyle Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yates were visitors at Sentinel Butte Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Barcel and son Kenneth were callers at J. V. Klein's on SUnday. Mr. a~d Mrs. Ed Olsen and child~ ren attended the dance at Arnold Johnson's Saturday night. fill, Walter Petersilie is spending a few days at Einar Olstad's. Mrs. Ole Waldal and son Donald spent the weekend at Barcel's. Lloyd Yates was a Sentinel Butte visitor Saturday. Mrs. Ed Olsem and children spent a couple of days at her parent's home, Mr. and Mrs. Charlie John- son. Einor Olstad helped Ed Sheen butcher on Saturday.~ Sam Rogers is working at the Gee. Oldie farm near Golva ~a a trR~ to Iowa. :" - ~4~,~4t " - - :_ :_ Alpha News -. Mr. and Mrs. Fred MoManigal. spent Sunday with the latter's par- ents, Mr. and Mrs. George' Stall. John Wtlkins transacted busi~ss in Bqach on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Hogoboom returned Sunday evening from Ro- chester, Minn., where they consulted doctors concerning Mrs. Hogoboom's health. Mrs. Jens Gronning was sewing at the A. J. Zlebarth home Saturday. Myrtle Johnston spent the weekend at home. She resumed her school duties at Jamestown Monday morn- ing. Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bury " and Mr., and Mrs. Frank Schoube and daughter at dinner Tuesday. The two .whist clubs met Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Land- berg entertained the young folks club. Five tables played eight games, high prizes going to Alice Kouba and Dick Carew and low to Mildred Johnston and Clarence Fasching. A very good lunch was served at mid- night by Mrs. Langberg. The married folks club was enter- tained by Mr. and Mrs. Win. Swan, Mrs. Julius Larson and Edward Eid'o won high prizes and Edith Carew and John Irons second. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Otremba, Louise and warner Nistler were sup- per guests at the Ed. Scherman home Sunday. H. A. Bury and Gloyd left Wed- nesday morning for Holmquist, S. Dak., on a duck hunting trip. Due to the cold weather the ducks were scarce. They returned on Monday ev- ening. The Birthday Club was entertained Thursday at the Otto Johnson home. Everyone reported a good time at the dance Thursday night which was sponsored by the Woodman Lodge. !111 Swmm by "rbem~vee 8,rams are generally best kegt I~ themselves in captivity, keepers of zoos have discovered. Wfth birds s~aall- er than themselves they often become too quarrelsome and murderous for the welfare of their weaker neighbors. Do You Need-- Cards Labels Tickets Posters Blotters - Envelopes Statements Letterheads Hand Bills Printed Forms SEE US 0 THE ,BEACH REVIEW JOB PRINTING i ANNOUNCEMENT--- I have taken over the Corner Bar And will appreciate your patronage. Tonight-Thurs. Nov. lib Free Beer from 9 to 10p. m. Come in and get acuainted. O. G" Lindhe