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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 26, 1931     Golden Valley News
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+ Parker acted ~s judges. Those who George Kenniston was a Beach received Prizes were awarded rib- b~s. The entire program was visitor Friday, he being a political ~ry interesting and presented in a scout looking over the fences for some of the candidates. Ma~y pleasing way. The next meeting years ago George was the Congre- will be at the C. S. Divide school gational minister here. ~a December 18th. All are invited The first red! touch of winter to Itttend. came to us Friday and kept up very CHARIVARI nicely through Saturday, Quite a A large crowd of people, from fall of snow fell, accompanied by a Trotters. Skaar and Beaver creek, high wind and there was a wild ~to~hered at the Tusker home on rush to the chests to get out the da~ evening to char!carl Mr. heavy underwear, the l~r caps and ~d Mrs. Leland. After they had ]other raiment wherewith to keep ~noUnced their arrival by ~naking warm while going abroad on the Plenty noise, they were invited in- streets. Many of the ladies regret- tO the house, and treated generous- ted that they had discarded their ly to candy bars. cigars and a]~ples, summer furs and had taken to Victory Voeylsteke and son George short sleeves and low necks as entertained with their musical in- usual when the cold weather at- fer and Marcella Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Daniason were six o'clock dinner guests at the Leo Tobias home Saturday. A, L. Martin of Sentinel Butte was seen in the Golva vicinity Monday, buying rams, He purchased ten rams from M. A. Finneman. BUY NOW While Stock Is Un- broken BEACH, N. D. ~t~uments. Mrs, Voeylsteke and rives, but none eould be found who n Merchandise for Less G~rge also sang a few songs. The would acknowledge they were cold. entire evening was spent very So we see in this the difference be- , ,, pleasantly. Not until midnight did ltwen the sexes, and far be it from /us to draw any invidious distinc- the folks make their departure, all tlons. Wlshtng the newlyweds a long and happy married life, On' +undav, Taskers served a BEACH WEATHER wedding dinner to Mr. and Mrs. FLOUR, 98-LB. SACK ..................... $2.45 Leonard Leland and immediate rel- FLOUR. 49-LB. SACK ................. ~/ .............. $1.38 at|yes of the bride and groom. On Tuesday morning, Mr. and Mrs. Flsk, parents of Mrs. Joe err ~eparted by car for Minn., where they will spend the winter. Mrs. A. G. Trester and son, spent Mr. and Mrs. Omtey, daughter Genoese. Mr. ~nd Mrs. Win. Reich- err and Fredwln Crook made a to Beach Friday. Mrs. the Getz ear wins selling Kidder, De Arton and Joe hogs for Rus- on Friday. extend congratulations to Mrs. Monroe Oasho on the of a fine daughter. 1~ w~ visitin~ at the & md O, X. OmloF h~m~. of Beach for Ben Russell. Union held a meet- Weather report ~or the week ending November 25 at 7 a. m. Max. Mln Precip November 19 .. 42 09 November 20 .. 36 10 November 21 .. 42 14 November 22 .. 13 01 November 23 .. 22 10 November 2~ .. 30 13 November 25 .. 32 12 J. CLAYTON RUSSELL. Cooperative ~r MARKETS We hall on Wedlaes- After the meeting, SUGAR, EXTRA FINE, 100 LBS .....,/ ................. $5.59 BLOCK SALT, SNOW W~ITE, 50 ~S .................. 68e COFFEE, EXTRA GOOD,~PER ~ ....................... 23c OATMEAL, PER PKG., I~ ........................ 17c FRESH GRAPEFRUIT, ME][}. LARG~ 4 FOR ......... 25c GRAPES, 2 POUNDS FOR ..............................23C IIFAI) LETTUCE, LARGE, SOLID, 2 FOR ............. 25C CELERY, LARGE AND CRISP .......................... 16c ORANGES, NAVELS ....................... 20e, 25c, 35c, 45c POP CORN THAT WILL POP, ~ LRS. FOR ............. 19c Weda~day Noon WE i~4tVE & ~ LINE OF WINTER VARIETY WRAPPED Northern wheat .............. $ .58 (rlnter wheat ................. 40 Durum wheat ................. 38 Flax Rye .'.".'.'.'.:. ":i::::'::::::::: I,H ~8 Barley ...................... .23 Oat~ ......................... 16 Cream ...................... ~q~ Eggs (in trade) .............. BUtter ........... APPLES IN STOCK Yes, We,. deliver free Made Easy In Every Price Class. .. EVERY ARTICLE HERE PICKED BY EXPERTS IN THEIR RESPECTIVE LINE OFF~S YOU A WIDE SE- LECTION IN WAT(~HES, JE~LRY AND NOVELTIES AT LOW PRICES. Wrist as low as $12.00 RINGS, $35.00 TO $75.00 New sterli' silver neck chains $1.50..$7.50 JEWELRY, CHOICE 25c old story. See it by PARAMOUNT And A C, Tuesday Wednesday Nights CRAWFORD IN gives ~ remarkable perform- ance. This one goes on the "must" list. 4th episode of serial 'THE MYSTERY TROOPER' And A Comedy Thursday, Friday, Saturday Saturday Matinee 2:00 WILL ROGERS IN ' g Electric clocks $1.38 to $2.50 II LEATHER NOVELTIES, $1.00 TO $3.50 Box of fifteen 5c and 10c assorted Christmas cards 50c FOR YOUR PACKAGE DRESSING WE HAVE A FULL OF PAPER, SEALS, ETC. H Sheaffer pens and pencils $1.00 up. Name engraved free. JEWELER I This is one of Will Roger's best pictures to date PARAMOUNT NEWS REEL And A Comedy i | I COMING A~RACTIONS: RIOHARD DIX IN "YOUNG DONAVON'S KID" NORMA SHEARER IN "FREE SOUL" RICHARD BARTHLEI~[ES IN ','LAST I~r_2[GHT" EDMUND LOWE IN "TITANS ATLANTIC" GEORGE ARLISS IN ALEXANDER HAMILTON JANET GAYNOR AND CHARLES' FARRELL IN "MERELY MARY ANN"