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Beach, North Dakota
December 1, 1938     Golden Valley News
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The Golden Valley News And THE BEACH REVIEW And THE BEACH ADVANCE VOLUME 3 BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA THURSDAY, DEC, 1, 1938 NUMBER 9 Morris Douglas, Cleone Curl Are Wed Last Week m On Tuesday evening of this week, Nov. 22, Miss Cleone Curl became the bride of Morris Douglas of Beach. The ceremony was performed at the home of Mr. and Mrs Harold Owens, who were witnesses for the occasion. Bingle ring ceremony was used, with Rev. Herman Grove officiating The young couple left the next day for Livingston, Montana, where they spent their honeymoon with relatives and friends. Both these young folks are very well and favorably known here The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Curl of near Golva, and is well known there, having attended elementary school at tht place and then coming to Beach and graduating from the local high school with the class of 1937. The groom is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ottie Douglas of Beach and has spent praco tically all his life here. He attended local schools and also graduated from Beach high shool in 1937. Congratulations are extended to them and best Wishes go with these young folks for a long and lmppy Wedded life. Mrs. Rose Stuart, Carlyle, Passes Carlyle--As the News goes to press it is with deep regret that we learn Ed Paul Passes . Agri. Conservation , In Cahfornla Checks Expected Word was received here last Friday In December morning by telegram that Ed Paul, --- I former Beach resident "had passed .... ! ...... :' ........... I ,~pplication ior payment under the away on weansaay night, movenmer ~.o,t A~ric-lt,]ral Conservation nro~ram is ! " m ..... at Pasadena Cahfornm at the ho e. . ~ . _. ' ...... ' ...... being m~fled to the local operators for oi ms niece r~enle.x~oven ~nere. rxt_ -i " " " ' n s approva~ ana signature. If the op- ~eral services were held on last satur_ erator is a tenant operator the appli_ Thorvald Sletten, Wibaux, Passes Wibaux--Mr. Thorvald Sletten pass- ed away at his home Monday night, Nov. 21st, after suffering a second par_ alytic stroke. He had been in poor health for some time and his death was not unexpected. Mr. Slett~ was born near Blanchardville, Wis., on G. V. County Has Good Loan Closet Nov 5th, 1866 and moved to So. Dak., day, Nov. 26th, at Pasadena, Calif. cation for payment will then be mail- when about 10 years of age: Here he Details regarding his passing arCed to his landlord foi .... ms mgnamre lacking as the News goes to press but This will all tak ...... ' was married to Miss ~ouise Haugen on .... ' j e ~lme ano meremre April 5th, 1895 and ~ 1916 they with it is known that he naa ~een m poor ............... .... time and had beenI~ ~ m~por~an~ ~nat me operator aria their four children rf~ved to Wibaux health for some , .. . ,landlord sign the papers and return county where ~hey ha~,e since resided. unoer medical care ~or me past sev_ 'them as soon as ~'ossible .~ q v He is survive~ by hi~,~wife and two J eral years. . . ' When forty to fifty applications for sons, Roy of ~ibau~, ~d Theodore Mr Paul spent the past smmer here . payment are returned to the county of Billings, and~tw daughters, Mrs. leaving about the middle of Septemver ~ ~.~ .~ ................... , , ,fn~ ~,~y wm ~u~n De manea ~o me Stella Woldma ol~[issoula,~and Mrs. to return to California While here~state office for payment The count , . y he stayed at the E. D. Evans home. office is required to have at least forty lNrma Wordell 0*f Big T~nber, six grandchildren, one brother ~d one His wife preceded hn'n m death a few a hcatmns f .... . pp" " or each transmital to the sister who reside in Parker, S) Dak., years ago. One sister, IAllian Engle_ state office It often happens that a beside other relaties and a host of hart of Pasadena survives him 'few a .... del yed applications holds up the I friends. Funeral serviceg were held at Sincerest sympathy is extended and whole transmital. 12 oclock Friday afternoon at the M. universal regret is expressed here at We are urging everyone to be prompt E. church with Rev. Grant Moore in the passing of this well known pion-'so that it will be possible to get con_ charge, and interrment was made in eer, here who had a host of friends. I servation checks into the county dur- the local cemetery. i ing the month of December. Sympathy is extended to the bereaved Visit Here ~ family. The Golden Valley county loan closet is made up of necessary equip. merit that would be needed in caring for anyone sick in the homes. It in- Mr. and Mrs. Jud Goodman and i daughter of Plentywood arrived here ]Monday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Clar. ence Overstad. Mr. Goodman returned ',Tuesday, but his wife and child re- mained for a few days visit. eludes sheets, pillow cases, draw sheets, I hed blocks, enema pans, bed pan andI Card Party towels. Mrs. John Carroll was hostess at a Any one in the county who is de-~eard party "Sunday evening at her of the passing away of one o$ Carlyle's sirous of using any or all of this home, wheD two tables were in play. most esteemed persons, Mrs. Rose S~u- equipment may do so b7 applying at Whist was the diversion of the eve- art, who de~4~l th~ life Satu~lay the office of the county supt. of ning and at the close a delightful evening, Nc~:/6tl~/t her home in schools or Mlnnie E. Smith, countymuch was enjyedby all present" Carlyle. / ~ auditor, and signing for the same. a~in~ue The body was ta~4p to Baker, ~[ont., ~ The members of the Health Advisory Th sts Mrs. John Kurkowski and sons Ted ~here a short se~vi~e was held and committee wish to thank those who i and Bill, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Callahan he remains were ~ shipped to her made this possible, and son Roger of Beach, Mr. and old home in Virginia. The county commissioners. Mr Guy A complete obituary will be publish-tL~e and the Saddl~ Butte Homemak. Mrs. George Still and son Paul, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Still and daughter City Buys Motor Patrol For Streets Lions Plan Free Candy For Kids Some of the ctt~ns of Beach were Again This Year considerably disturbed Tuesday morn- ing when Mayor Halstead, Aldermen Watt Johnson, Mark Lovgren and Chief Another well attended meeting of the I of Police Mark Lovell could not be Lions club took place at the Beach IIcated at their respective domiCiles, i Hotel on Monday evening. Ulaon investigation, however, it was learned that this group chaperoned by Jack Callahan drove to Rhame for the purpose of driving home a motor road patrol which the city recently pur- chased from Bowman county. This machine is more particularly described as an Austin_Western Motor Patrol grader equipped with a twelve foot blade and a 10-20 McCormick_peering motor and will be a distinct improve- ment over the tractor and grader which have seen service on our streets for several years past. The machine was brought to Mar. math on Tuesday where the escort left it in charge of Mr. Callahan to continue the journey to Beach on Wed. nesday. The Mayor and Aldermen re- port that they were considerably de- layed on the way down by having to get out and chase the coyotes off the highway before they could go on. Attention, Santa!,{One More 4-H Club Tuesday of this week the News re. 1 !~7 - | I g'~ _ oeived a letter addressed to "Santa] wan[e~l InLounty Claus, North Pole" and in one Comer ~ . of the envelope was "care of the l News." J We need one more 4-H club in Gold. The News is pleased to reprint the en Valley county to establish a county letter, which is from Jimmy Wall of training center. Girls between the this city, and investigation has disclos- ages of ten and twenty can organize a ed that he was in the habit of writing*club in their community. A standard Santa when he lived at Mlnot before coming here, and always did so in care of the Minot Daily News, which prob_ ably explains why it was sent in care of this paper. Jimmy must be given due credit for getting is request in early anci the News will give it special attention. club consists of only five members. All that is necessary to get organized is to elect a president, vice president, secretary and then find some one to act as a leader. When you have or- ga,Mzed your club and selected a lead_ ~r it should be reported to County :Agent Russell who will th~n arrange A welcome was extended to Ted Thompson as a reinstated member. Lion Watt Johnson reported on the zone Conference recently held at Glen Ullin which he attended as a repre- sentative of the Be'ach club. Lion Od. land, Longstreth and Russell who at. tended the conference at Medora call- ed by the State Planning Board spoke of the doings 'at that meeting. Continuing the custom of recent years the club will sponsor the distrib- uton of candy and nuts to the children fat Christmas time. Santa Claus day i will be held on Saturday, December 17th, according to present plans. As an innovation it was decided that; the next meeting on Dec. 12th will be a hard times meeting when members are expected to .appear in raiment be, fitting such an occasion: The attendance committee was in. struted to round up members who have been missing from our meetings as a 100.percent attendance is de~lr~. Other matters were discussed a~ after the drawing of the prize furnished by Lions Leverson and Logan and drawn by Pres. Gilman the me~t~ adjourned Basketball To - ey At Dickinson m Dickinson, N. D., (Special to the News)~Four strong college cage quints two from Montana and two from North Dakota, will clash here in a "round robin" tournament sheduled for Friday and Saturday, December 2 and 3, an. nounces Coach H. J. Weinbergen of be held with Golva an~i Ekalaka Godfrey Pesha home Thursday afterL'evening and a surprise Joirthday party ~ ~ ~ " I noon for a short visit, Mrs Birch and on Charley Pesha was held~. The ev. W. M. F, RALLY Mrs. Pesh~ being sisters. They left ening was spent in dancing and card A Women's Missionary FederationJ again on Monday morning for Selby, playing with refreshments being served Rally will be held at United Lutheran J South Dakota, where they plan to via- at midnight. All departed for their church, Beach, Friday afternoon at 2Jit Mrs. Birch's parents, homes after reporting a very pleasant D. m. in connection with the regular[ -- ~__ time and wishing Charley many happy Aid meeting. This is-a parish rallyI rl~|][][~, ~[T~][~, ~ r~~]~ [returns of the day. with the ladies of the various congre- llll WPd~kllll~lt "-- gMions attending. Several officers of i ed next. week. rs have assitsed in this good work Ida, Miss Cecelia Stewart. Just Oswood Following is the letter: ' for your program. DSTC, in charge. Games . will be I Any donations from other sources and Mrs. Mary Edihoffer of Wibaux, Dear ~anta: I Only one more 4_H girls club is need- played at the Dickinson State Teael~ BASKETBALL PROSPECTS POOR ] will be very welcome as there will b~ were entertained at the home of Mr. I h~ve ~)een a good boy. Please come ed in Golden Valley county to estab- era college. AT WIBAUX. HIGH SCHOOL]some, m expense,vc~nSi m,~in ..kecping these articles and Mrs. Jack Still Thanksgiving day, to our heuse. If you do pl-~ase bring'lish~ __-~ _ .~ _~a county training center, Girls, The schedule of games: Wibaux--The ~ibaux high school be- samtar'cour;t;t=~visory Committee ~ ........... .these toys, a Lone l~anger game, a se~' ~ib~eee:ndn~n~gefl:e la0r:nde::ss:~; e~f December ~an basketball fi~ractice on Mondav of l ' ' "i Visit Her~ of Letters, an Auto-Magic picture gun l g Y . ' 8 P m. Ellendale vs. Billings Poly - .-, ~ -----) .~--r------ ..... . - " . . ' ~here are five girls in a co~munity in- 1" "real v lckinson this week with about 15 boys out fort ............. ~ Mr. and Mrs. Hflder Thorpe Miss a Snow White too_way set a game of . "" . . . I 9 p. m. Bil rags No~ s. D WHIST AND CHECKER - o ~ ' ' terested they are asked to ~et in ~oucn . the team. Prosnects are rather noor] S v~v:an We::t!,n~ and William How- Skiball and a Snow White and the ~ [December 3. as only one regular, Stair, wil~ bet .... ard were callers at the McCaskey home Seven Dwarfs music box, also a Lone with County Agent Russell 2:30 p. m. Billings Poly vs. Billings back from last year ~okolo~ki Will not] Friday night at 8 o'clock there will Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ranger .,owboy suit and a G-Men set. I .... [ Normal be able ~'I~Y untti after ~:h~lidays. [ beg a meeting of checker and whist Thorpe and Miss Wentland of Ender_ ! Your truly friend i O uaale Baby Dies r 3:30 p. m. Dickinson Vs. Zllendale Coacl~ Will~ has hones t~at ['~ will ' p!ay~s at the Hotel Beach. The object In and Grassy Butte respectively have J Jimmy Wall I -- ~T ~r . **~" [ 8 p m. Ellendale vs. Billings Normal been visitm ~lere uas week 9 30 m Dmkinson vs Billin s Pc be able~.~ de~Wlop a te~m "4"~me!of the meeting is to elect officers and " g at the home of their] P.S. my daddy has been awful good ~ .' [ : p. . . g ly ability later oi~ ~ring the" seas~l.| At[ ~rrange a schedule for playing for the parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Wen tland i too. , ! ~ [ ...... present Keller ~0o~ good for a fo~ard i winter months. Everoyne is cordially in Beach. Mrs. Thorpe was Miss Ruth ] ~~ i June Rose Quaale passed away in [ ][~ ] ] ~f'~l | ~fl k~ " position Soph~ml0~es from ~he fresh- invited. Wentland before her ~ar:'iage onI UHnWE~ ' Beach on last Tuesday Nov. 22 of ll%~lII I ,lllli/1% ,,~lNon. man team of'~'~ar ar.[ crowding, Remember the Hotel Beach Friday september 10th of this year [ Golva--A shower was given to Mrs pneumonia. She was the daughter of 1" fO - - evenin at 8 m ' Eleanor la " - " Mr and Mrs Ed Quaale, and was one r positions on the and l g P. t t C rm sunday afternoon and " V,,,.. n it appears that one o~ tw~ may be J .... t Birthday Party about 75 attended. The bride received year a d five months old at the time D~[J~| ~ ~[:~T 119fll l.~[~ll~b~.# sUccessful ~ ~ Mr. and Mrs. Carl Birch and two' A number of friends and neighbors '; many beautiful gifts Delicious refresh of her passing. The first games of the se~ason will I children of Fort Peck arrived at the'gathered at the Reeve ranch sautrday~,ments were served and Mrs. Clarin' Funeral services were held at Sent- The Beach baseball team will sport- thanked her friends in her pleasing inel Butte Saturday, with Rev. Oliv_ way and all left wishing her many er Everette in charge, at the Lutheran years of happy wedded life. +church here. Deceased is survived by !her parents, three brothers and a ! sister. ATTENTION, SUNSHINERS! The meeting originally scheduled for Sincerest sympathy is extended the Dec, 7th at the home of Mrs. Guy bereaved parents in their time of sor. Curl will be postponed to Dec. 14th row. at the home Of Mrs. ~. E. Hammond. ~=-- .~, +i..~--- the West Mandan Circuit W. M. F. will speak, including Mrs. W. Ellick- on of Taylor. Members of the lOCal Aid will please bring toys or clothing to be sent to the Lutheran Welfare society for Christmas. WILL PLAY NEXT SPRING Recently agitation was setup for a six-man football game between Wibaux and Sentinel Butte, to be played at Beach. Sentinel Butte was contacted and williag to play, but Wibaux un_ ~ortunately had several of their first string men severely injured in their last game with Nashua, Montana, and Was unable to play. However, Supt. l Scott of Wibaux states that inasmuch as both schools will no dol~bt have spring football practice next year, a game between the two schools at that time might possibly be a good idea, and that Wibaux would be willing to Play then. Saddle Butte Homemakers Nov. 23 16 4 The November meeting of the Saddle Nov. 24 30 2 .08 Butte Homemakers clt~b was held at Nov. 25 22 7 .02 the home of Mra, J. M. Stecker. An Nov. 26 26 6 'appetizing dinner was served at noon. Nov. ~7 ~" 36 16 Mrs. R. Lingk gave an interesting Nov. 28 43 21 lesson on Books and Magazines Mrs. Nov. 29 45 22 Clifford Stecker will entertain ti~e club for the December meeting. TheMarkets , Mr. aJ MrS. Paul Thomas and Wheat ......................... '.1':9 family, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Szudera, Flax .......................... ~ "18 Mr. and Mrs. Ed Scherman and faro Barley ........................... 12 fly' Mr. and Mrs. Chas Otremba and Oats ............................. 17 [ Louise, Carl Otrem~ba and Warner Rye ..................... . ......- [Nisder ate Thanksgiving dinner at the Cream sour 24c sweet z~c p j ' "~," ~ s .... 3~c J ' . Hagen home. Butter ....... O~ cgg ........ ! Latest And Newest Tractor To Be On Display Here Dec. 8th In our most humble way we wish to ;express our most heartfelt thank~ for the beautiful floral offerings to our most kind and thoughful neighbors, relatives and friends who so kindly assisted us during the illness and pass. ing of our beloved baby daughter, sis_ ter, grand daughter and niece, June P~ose Quaale. Also we wish to thank Roy. Everette for his comforting words and the choir especially for the re- uested hymns so beautifully sung. --Mr .and Mrs. Edward Quaale and children. Mr. and Mrs. "A1 Quaale Air. ap_d Mrs. Ira Lake and girls Mrs. Rex Pierce Mr. and Mrs. Win. Schallock and family. [ Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Stout and daughter. { Mr. and Mrs. Gerharts Schallockl and family. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Schmeling and family ~)ANCE HERE DEC. 16th The ]~each Labor ehib lla~ announced that it will sponsor a public dance at the Beach city auditorium on Friday evening, Dec. 16. It is also planned to have some speakers here for that eve_ nng to give some talks before the dance, but this is as yet indefinite. There will be an advance sale of tick. eta for the event. Watch for further details later. Mr. and Mrs. Watt Johnson enter- tained Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts and family, Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Miller and Mrs. Jessie Kinsey at Thanksgiving dinner. J. P. Thill left Monday afternoon for the Twin Cities to visit relatives and friends for several days. Marshal Miller was confined to his home several days the first of the w~ek with a bad cold. Edgar Johnston returned Tuesday from a few days trip to the Twin Cities. sor a dance to be held in the city audL torium on New Year's Eve for the ben- efit of the team.. The boys are planning to hold other functions during the winter m0rttha ISt order to avoid as muoh M I~ibl th~ necessity Of asktnlf t0r. ~hations in ~he spring which should meet with the ~'::.rty approval of the general public, particularly the business men who have been the heaviest contributors during the past years. ~ommlttees have been appointed to take care of the arrangements for the dance and every effort will be made to make it an enjoyable affair. Co. Health Advis- ory Committee Meets The County ff-Iealth Advi.~ory Corn_ mittee met on Monday, November 2] at the Sentinel Butte hall. A special feature of this meeting was the show "COntacts" On Tuberculosis. The pu- pils of the Sentinel BUtte schools also attended this show: The members ~f the committee remained after the show for a business meeting at whio~ time the loan Closet, Tuberculosis test- ing, and the ~stlng the drlnk~ water of the schools were disCuss~. It was also decided to change the regular dates of meeting from Friday PROGRAM Mr. and Mrs. John Schmeling Mr. and Mrs. Ole Thorson and Mr. to Monday. The Little Beaver school is giving a and son and Mrs. Ellis stecker spent Thanks. County Advisory Committee. Program on this coming Saturda- John Haugen and Childran giving at the Ted Hoeck farm home "~ ,_evening. , ~ec. 3, to which the publicY Ray Runk and family. ~'" Win. Marquette of Medora was 'a NO MEETING invited. After the program cards Besides a host of other relatives business visitor and shopper In townI ~ Carlyle--Word has been received that Will be played. Mrs. Clayton Brann is and friends Monday morning. [ ~ar. and Mrs. Flggins and family wlll :teacher at the school -- .~ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Howie, Mr. and[.sn leave for Calif4)rnla .,for the win*