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Beach, North Dakota
November 14, 1935     Golden Valley News
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November 14, 1935
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CG "A Kiss for Cinderella" by J. M. Barrie, is the Cue' Club production wffI be staged in the Auditor~ at the State Teachers College Dickinson, on Friday, November~ 1935, at 8:15 P. M. Harvey Went-i hnd of Beach is a members of the Stage committee. Miss Matilda 8toxen, instructor and librarian oft the College, is advisor of the Cue lZ (~lub and general director of thelJ Producti~ m. I When thinking in terms o 5c, 10c, . ~ and 15c, try the Fair Store for real Values. O24-2p-tf Armis~tice Day was fittingly ob- here by a fine program at the high school in the afternoon, by a talk by C. T. Hover- of Fargo, also a special program the Lions club that evening, and a dance later in the evening at the Hall. Mrs. Ann Rhyner left yesterday for Aberdeen. S. Dak she will attend a school of for district deputies of Royal Neighbors. Rice Drug Co. has a beautiful of Xmas goods now on Shop early and avoid the It The carnival dance sponsored by local Rainbow Girls last Friday to be a success in every way, a highly enjoyable event. I-Ilghway Patrolman Curt Sill was the city Monday. Yesterday morning Gordon Abel Iarris Gilman left by car foz expecting to be gone all at least. Ed Summers informs us that his Glen is doing fine in the Navy base at San Diego, and is receipt of some fine pictures from which certainly seem to bear his Statement. It. B. Lovell has made an espec- good mrchase on some small g engines. See de- in his ad in page eight. Miss Ima Rose, who is attending at Dickinson, spent the week- here. H. J. Trinklein is improving from his long spell of sick- and expects to be able to re- his duties in the near future. ~. M. Kuhfeld went to Dickinson on business matters which take him to Fargo and other before returning. &u eight and a half pound baby was born to Mr. and Mrs. Gerald at New Rockford, N. Dak., week Thursday. The Gilma~s former residents of Beach, Gerald a son of T. A. Gilman. Kippley and Arthur Halls- left last Sunday on a pleasure to: the west coast. Thex, went car, with no definite schedule set, just to keep on going until were tired of traveling and to! return homo. Howard. John Vinqulst, , Sunlmers, Tom Gilman, and Art :drove to Bismarck last Sun- early Monday morning. Xmas gifts at the gift at the Congregational bazaar Mayor's Care. B. Linger was taken quite ser- ill last Saturday ewenlng and confined in bed. His condition $o show improvement yester- and it is hove~ that he will soon and around. Wallace returned to his at the Times:Y0urnal in For- on Monday after spending a of weeks at his home here an injured thumb was mend- Johnson Motor Co. informs in the past few days they Sold a new v-g pickup to Ray a new V-8 truck to Harp a new V-8 Tudor to Hjalmar and used cars to Wm. It. J. ~Wilkins and Robert home something from the food the Congregational bazaar Care Saturday. forget we h~ve chop suey Thursday. Palace Care. It THURSDAY. '.NOVEMBER 14, 1935 , ,,, 4 ~ P~G]B | WANTED--Several men mechanic. Al Fasching went to Dickinson on i . ~ i "' I:'1 T rke9 AFFLE AT C. T. Simmons Place aEACH. N. OAK. $26 J. B. B. coupon with every one of our 15c Hot Fudge Sundaes. Rice Drug Co. It Miss Mildred Kuster has left for her'home at Beulah,.~jm ~e will henceforth be emplbo~,~q~Inder. stand. PIAI~OS: Small piano like new for balance of contract. Write E, A. Grundeen. BaTdwin Rept. Williston, N. Dak. N14-2t Good modern house on. north side for rent or sale, Inquire of W. C. Turnert Beach. lt-p Frances Thill spent the weekend with her sister, Mrs. J. R. Larsen of Golva. Anna Hert was a Sunday visitor at the J. P. Thill home. Come in and get your freeMcKes- son's Weather Chart Calendar at Rice's. It Leonard Thill has been helping Stub Noyes deliver gas the past week ~ignup days for the new wheat al- V 8at. Nov. 16th A ~verybod~ Welcome lotment contracts have been and are being held this week over the county ally inclined to service and install Diesel engfne#~, Those selected will be trained tn/6~hops at LeO. A~gel- e~'i~i']~Vrite Mr. i~ger, care of Beach R~view. !y:~ ltp STRAYED---One yearling heifer, white face, branded lazy A and daf~ on rlght hip. Strayed from Sec. 35- 139-104. Finder notify Mrs. Alfred Reinholz, Sentinel Butte. You'll get your money's worth fish- ing in the fish pond Saturday at the Congregational bazaar at Mayor's Care. The L. D. R. of the United Lu. theran church will be entertained by Mrs. 3. O. Ramstad Saturday after- noon. Nov. 16. F. G. Orr. of the Bismarck Cap- ital, was a Beach business visitor over the weekend. Invite a friend to lunch served by th Congregational ladies all afternoon Saturday at Mayor's Cafe. Services will be held at St. Paul's Thursday to take the CCC exams and returned ho~e" Friday. Mr. and Mr~ Bud H~gh, Homer Madison anti 'Miss Billy Wetst w~nt to Sidney, MOnt. Saturday. ~: Ili~, FOUND~End gate for truck. In- quire at 'Occident Elevator IIII. Gold Brik "I hears about a man," said Uncle Eben, "who says he knows how to end poverty. All I'm afraid of is dat he'll git a lot of us thinkin' he is showln' us some new get-rich-quick scheme." The Molly Magulres The Molly Magnlres, a secret order, once existed throughout the anthracite coal mining region of eastern Pennsyl- vania, principally around Pottsville and Columbia and Carbon countie~ i 2, ii We Meet or r ,,,Pho rap ha :! '~' ~' "~ This Christmas and solve your gift problem in the easiest and most pleasing way. we have attractive offers for l~ovember only. Come in and see them WELCH STUDIO, Beach II I Ill AUCTION!- and farmers in lagre numhera are Lutheran church next ~unday at 2:30 SAT 16 vailin_g themselves of the opportunity, p. m., with Rev. Weseloh in charge. Beat A ?ybody's Prwes " " Specials. .', II I j~ IIIIII FRESH WALL- EYED PIKE i11111 ROAST LEG OF LAMa PALACE CAFE II ! Holiday Special. Take advantage of our holiday prices and have your hair done now. Get one of our beautiful oil permanents--priced from $2.50 to $5.00. An ex- tra finger wave is given free with each perman- ent and special rates on two or more waves. Shampoo and Finger Wave ~ 50c Fingerwave alone 35c Ideal Beauty Parlor Phone 15 McClellan Bldg. Operators: Ann Mary Yolk Nellie Newman | i Real Bargains In @ USED CARS One 19.34 V-8 Closed Pickup .......................... $400.00 One 1927 Chrysler Coach ........................................ 65.00 One 1929 Chevrolet Fordor ................................ 180.00 One 1929 Ford "A" Tudor,. (overhauled) 175.00 One 1928 Durant Coach ............................................. 85.00 One 1931 Pontiac with heater ........................... 300.00 The above second-hand cars are in good running condition. We inarite you to come in and see these cars and get the one you and your family might want. ~, JOHNSON MOTOR CO. 41 USED CAR MART Beach, N. D. THE PETER FOX SONS CO. Will Buy DRESSED TURKEYS At Beach, Nov. 16th Chicago prices will be paid at Beach, less transportation and packing Anyone wishing to sell turk- eys alive, see Joe Prociv of Dak.-Mont. Hide & Metal Co. Beach - ,. BUTTE DRUG & JEWELRY CO. i :";, C, 0. HALVORSOll Agent for the Travelers Fire In~ruce Co. o| Hafl~ord, Conn. The Musadmmtts Fire and Marine Jlmuruce Co. of Boston, Msss. and the Provident Life Insurance Co. of Bimazek. N. D. A Slmr ny Y~r B~si~#ss is Rest~ct- .f~lly Sellcited. Phone 84 W. In lumber yard across from exaco Service Station, Beach II I II II 1 ROLL TOP DESK I DAVENPORT 1 LOUNGE CHAIR 1 ROCKING CHAIR 1 OAK DINING ROOM TABLE 2 SMALL HEATING STOVES 1 BROODER STOVE 1 RED 8TAR GASOLINE ~TOVI~ 2 CUPBOARD8 1 HIGH ~HAIR 1 INDOOR TOILET SOME DISHES &, KITCHEN WAI~ Illl Ill II I I Jl A number of these articles are in A-I shape; Much of the furniture has new upholstering I I I Ralph Vanatter OWNER m Turkeys--Alive or Dressed i i , ii ii Carloads Wanted At BEACH O This year we are operating a full time packing and picking crew at Beach, N. D. for convenience of our western N. Dak. and eastern Mont. friends. Full mar- ket value prices. Experienced men in charge. Dressed price basis will also be paid for alive birds. No long waits, fast and courteous service. Bring turkeys alive or dressed anytime between Nov. 8 and Nov. 18. Will operate for Thanksgiving and Christmas markets~ Mandan's Independent, Reliable Responsible turkey deal will be available to all patrom at MANDAN CREAMERY & PRODUCE CO. Beach, N. D.