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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 1, 1938     Golden Valley News
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7 PAGE 8 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS THURSDAY, DEC. 1, 1938 THE PARK CAFE for good mea~ 44 APPLICATIONS IN SUNDAY DINNER Roast North Dakota TOM TURKEY WITH ALL THE TRIMMINGS// Make This Special Dinn6r A~ Famil~/ Affair "Where Better Coffee and F~od Is~rved,, COZY CAFEI THANK YOU I wish to express my appreciation o/ the fine vote and support which I ]received in the reosnt election. .T..A. W~ LOCALS Mrs. Bertha ~ of Glendlve spent a few d&ys the past week as a guest of Mrs, C~re~e Overstad. Miss Mildred ~ of Dickinson ~ent the weekend with home foli~. In Beach. Pat O'Keefe of the closed bank de.! partment at Bismarck was a caller in I the ~ity last weeknd. i Leo KreitL,~ger, who has been era-) ployed with the state highway depart.I mmat at Dickinson, returned home to] Oolva Saturday. I The H H Bridge club met at the home of Mrs. L. A. Barrow Monday evening. The hostess served a delicious lUnch at the close of the evening. McOh~, who has been employed with T. E. Hudson for some time, left Mbnd~y for Iowa, where he intends to ; Ol}~J~,~. the winter. /T i SUGAR, 10 lb. doth bag ...... 60c H, i i i Dromedary ra~efruit, 2 Ne.~2 can~ 29c Bacon ~::res, ~,.,j. ~,~. , NAVY BEANS, 5~.lbs. for Wizdora Wheat Puff~ 5 oz. 15c T,? I i i Lakeland Sauerkraut, 2 ]/h 10c NORTHERN TISSUE, 4 ..... 25c LUX Toilet Soap, 3 ... 20c Oranges, Sweet, Juicy, for ..39c LETTUCE, Solid, Crisp, 2 for ..... 17c L -- m i ~- - GR_.~F_~FRUIT, seedless, 5 for .... 19c / Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson of Stipek, Montana, Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmitz of C~Iva and Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Doubles were Thanksgiving din- ner guests of Mrs. E. Cameron. C. O. Carlson left Wednsday for Minneapolis on a business trip. Miss Matti~ Thompson, who hasl been visiting at Karstad and Moor-I head, Miv~n., arrived here last week and will remain until after the holidays. CLASSIFIED ADS WANT TO BUY--SmaU table top dealk~ It.quire a~ News office. ~-tf 9' FOR RENT~Fur~l~hed moder~ aI~rt- merit. Minni$ ~m]tth, Beaol% Pl~one | tf ?9-J. - FOR SALE--Full blo~l/Cd narrag&nsett turkey hens, $4.00 leach and ton~ $5.00 each. John I~iadick four mlle~ no~the~st of Mo~r,P. O. adT.~ )1 Beach. DRUG "Your Rexall Store" lunches, etc. Also beer, poD, candy and eigarett~ ~ FOR SALVE OR ,,~?~ENT--Modern s~ven room house. ~%Vrite Mary M. V~ley, Wyola Mont ~_~f i Nicely furnished roc~n to rent."M~s. W. C. Bradley. / 9Ltf NOW ks the ti~d~to feed Your Hens OCCIDENT /LAYING MASH. We have a g~0d supply at all times. New Low Prices. Occident E~evator, Beach. 9_2tp Applications are coming into the County Agent's office quite rapidly from Agricultural Conservation appli_ cants. Mr. Russell says all those de_ siring to take advantage of the pro- gram should do so immediately so that the checks will arrive here during the month of December. 44 applications have already be~n set to applicants and others will ,b~ ready to go this week. The set-up this year is some. what different than former years and it is expected that the checks will at. rive much sooner than heretofore. PLEASE YOUR FAMILY and close friends w//th the most per- sonal~/of al/[gifts-{~our photograph Just giv/fus half of l~nch hour and you'll flare the [ ffore Christmas WELCH STUDIO F. T. Reynolds Co,. i II Grapefruit, lge, sweet, Seedless, 7- 25c , ........ THOMP$0N'$ FOOD MAREET Potatoes, ,l. S. No. 1, i00 lb. sack $1.49 We Delivez. Phone $$ ' ~,--,,/-,.. 3 bars 19c WO~ p umpkm, 18-K Fancy, 2 large cans. 23c . tt. CORN or PEAS ............ 3 cans 25c Bread, big loaf, 11/~ lb. .......... 10c. Salmon, lane?/, pink, Two l-lb. cans 25c ranberries, l~ lbs.~esh stock ...39e Tomatoes U~h,s~P~ncy, 3 No. 2 cans 25c IV01 SW ........ / 4 reed. 25c A~y ae tin ,g6~bs.Cheese' round longhorn, tasty, ...... lb. 25c18C Tomatoes, red ripe ........ 3 cans 23c WALNUTS, large, budded .... lb. 23c i IVORys,, 3 bars 13c FRIDAY- SATURDAY SYRUP, IGA .......... Raisins, Thompson's 4 Grapefruit, Texas seedless.. 6 lge 19c ORANGES, New Navels ...2 doz. 39c Spiced Herring ...... gallon jar $1.09 WATCH FOR OUR CIRCULARS Salad Dressing, Pabst-e~ qt. jar..29c Block Salt, 50 ............ 59c Gold Medal sack .... $1.47 SUGAR, 10 lb. sacL each .... 57c Come In And Our Co I Line of Xmas Candy and Nuts I BIG NASH'S COFFEi~emonstration. FREE HOT COFFEE alI&?; Sat. FREE SATURDAY-.-FREE m i m .~,. Three: Nice PrizesGiven Away So buy coffee Saturday at our Special Prices as Coffee is going higher We Deliver Free ~ Phone 75 Dickinson's \ Is Op I n SELECT YOUR GIFTS NOW! Our Stocks Areomplete Low! future delivery by making a small deposit Any purchase can be held for