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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 3, 1931     Golden Valley News
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-% ---'--W THURSDAY, DECEMBER CARLYLE Mr. and Mrs. Flrmen Lovless and $~In|ly, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Grant WI Baker. were Thanksgiving guests 'bit "~r. and Mrs. Gus Moline. ~. Hartse and Ward Fisk fam- IIie~ s~ent Thursday with their DarentS. Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Fiak. ~r. Rr~d Mrs. John Tschida and ?t~r. ~nd Mrs. Oswln Schmitz were [ ~hankekiving guests of Mrs. Frank , Moody and Frank Haigh. Mr. and Mrs, Gus Moline spent i ~unday with Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Mollne at Carlyle. Report says federal agents visit- ud the dance at the Euerka school ;house Saturday evening and a par~y west. of Carlyle was arrested and his car taken. Such is law if en- forced, but what good is law. if ~not enforced. We need it, but sure- ly can do without the booze, ]~,. E. Orion was rounding up cat- tle all day Thursday and shipped ~t car load from Carlyle Friday, to Chicago. Miss Dorothy Zielinski gave a toe ~social at the Hillside school Wed- Now F" 4~ i :Stuart Tuesday. ATTORNEYS AT Jessie Still of Beach was down home of her parents. Mrs. Stella Oearey and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Frank Zook and Meryl, old time residents of Golva Weather report tot the wee~ in ~uth Valley_ Friday, making children were guests ofMr, and arrived here the latter part of last ending December 2, 7 p. m~. Beach, North Dakota radios mm right. Mrs. Robert Zook Sunday after- week f~)m Aberdeen, S. D. They Max. Mln Precip expect to make their home east of November 26 .. 27 03 .12 133 noon. Oft Bentty who teaches ne~ phone ~(}len Uq-~in, N. D., wa~s a visitor a Mr. and Mrs. Ade Neudeck were town. This will be pleasing news .November 27 .. 20 10 %he Scheffer home Saturday even- dinner guests of Ade's parents on to their many friends. November 28 .. 23 00 in~ster Carlson of Wibaux was a Su~da~ceident happened in the Mr. and Mrs. William Kremer, "jNovember 29 ...33 12 DR. I. E. IIERM Mr, and Mrs. J. L. Tschida spent November 30 .. 28 15 DENTIST week end visitor at the CAns. FuN Parter coal mine Thanksgiving day %on home. when Mf~ Jensen from Beach Miss Pauline Curl Were dinner December 1 . 38 08 . guests at the Leon Kremer home 'December 2 ... 38 23 X-RaY-Gas . Revival servises began at Carlyle 10ad his l.g broken when a big Sunday. The occasion was Mrs.[ Precipitation for Nov. was .13. ~unday. ~ev. Roscoe of Beac~ and chunk of coal fell on it. It all Kremers birthday and was royally[ J. Cff.,AYTON RUSSELL, BEACH, N. i). Miss Dick Of Great Falls, Mont., happened after he had been doing celebrated. I Cooperatiye Observer ,'~dll assist at the services, some blasting. ~qeEag. Seheffer and Ora Bently Leonard Treater had a sample of Mr. and Mrs. John Sehillo and IIALLIDAY & ~re guests of Mr. and Mrs. Albert 1931's snow fall last Sunday. It. family and Mr. and Mrs~ Pete MARK[TS ~I~nday. '" . seems that the snowdrifts and his Sehillo of Oolva were Thanksgiving ATTORNEYS AT guests at the home of their daugh- :Nit. ~nd Mrs. Lewie Larson ann gas supply were working in ca- ter and sister, Mrs. Mike Schwagel Practice In All family and Miss Christine Jakin hoots due to the fact that he was who lives north of Beach. Nv~rnt~ernwThUrsdaYt~eh~a!.:: Noo?~!-~ Beach, N. D. were Thanksgiving guests at the forced to call upon his new neigh- J~kTn %ome north of Wibaux. bor Alfred Ueckert for replenish- The Thelan community party ...... $ . Citron Loop is working at the ments, met at the Otto Johnson home onDurum wheat ....: ............ 3~ ~. Anthony home as Mr, Anthony M,- and Mrs. Henry Helm were Saturday evening. A large crowd Flax ........................ 1"15 DR. V. O. exDedts to leave for Chicago this visitors at the home of Mr. and from Alpha and Garner attended I PHYSICIAN Rye ......................... 2. week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy O'Brien were Mrs. Alfred Ueckert last Sundaymerryand reportStime, were that all had~ a Barley ......... ............. ~ Office l~hone 40. afternoon. ~lests at the Dwight Dennis home Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Trester A group of boys from near Golva Oats ......................... ~. Resident phone 56. - am za ~J~hursday, Beach, North Dakot$ Mrs. Geo. Gearey and Frank were dinner guests at the Fred, drove to Mike Finneman's skating ~re ........................ -2 Meeker drove to Dtckin,~on Wed- BublU~z l~ome last Sunday. pond Sunday afternoon, They re- Eggs (in trade~ ............... nesday and brought home Miss Ida Mr. and Mrs. A1. Uockert, Mr. port the ice was fine and was so Butter .............._'." ..... 27 and Mrs. Wm. Ueckert and Mr, and clear they could see fish below in It was a~ the grand opera and ~t~end Thanksgiving and week Mrs. Frank Zook visited Mr. Char-lthe water' ena with home folks, ely Kramer and Mr. and Mrs. Ade Mr. and Mrs. Frank Davidson Johnnie was not enjoying himself[ to the limit. Finally he broke out:l T1Te Jolly Whist club met withNeudeck last Sunday evening, spent Thursday at the Murdock "Morn. why is that man hittingI WIrs. Claud Scbouboe Saturday eve- - _. :ning to help her celebrate her Cameron home. her with the stick?" [ pointment. ~birthday, The usual five 1 ~b]es GOLV; ~'-'~'- dinnerMr" andguestsMrS.at J'theL" TschidaA. J. FoosWere the"S'Sh'stick."he isn't hitting her with[I . Phones: Ofe. 13 ~e ~trranged by committee, Mrs. home Sunday evening. "Then what is she hollering so| five tables r T A Look for the name Bayer and the B~ ~itte , Mrs. ~C-~. ~earey assisted by Edna DR. O. R. }Iammond. Seven games were Lorena tturd, l~eporter Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page, Misses much about?" l~l~yed and firs~ prizes were award ...................... Hung, Miller and Dunstan, Lorena HE- Y )E = $~,_, ~ Mrs. G. Hammond and H. P. Mrs. Phillip Page returned Mon-iand Maurice Hurd were Thanks- the tmivex~ ~rassman. Second prizes went to day (rom Driscoll North Dakota[ givingguests at the Ed. Fischer x ~x Mrs. Bert Covert and Frank Schou- word genuine on the package as ,/dote for pains of all kinds, All Work G mrant~ boo and were they useful gifts?where she had been helping her]hme" (Continued from pa~e one) BEACH, NORTH DA~ Just ask all concerned and see.brot'her Howard Morton dispose of/ ~.~ first prize and a red ribbon for se- pictured below when you, t~Headbuy~ _ . a carload of apples, shipped by her! Aspirin. Then you will kn~.~ - t-^.~oache$ ~w~ ~! , Mrs. Schouboe was awarded a nice S I cond. . t The following received prizes: tme~ful glft also from her old friends brother from Washington, , you are getting tb~ genui.ne~.ayer ?It, _ '~rh0 all Join in wishing her many Mr and Mrs. Gu~nder l~hlstrom[ PENMANSHIP n. myra l~ppy returns of the day. Our were Thanksgiving guests at tl, e Grade I.--Eileen Orr, first prize; product thousands~of ,~l~sicians Sore Th~;t Dr. A next party will be December 26 a~ Ted Ma.anum home. [ I Angeline Trollope, second prize. CHIROPRACTOR Mrs. John Denton returned from] Grade II.--Ernest Orr, first prize; prescribe. ~" Bheumatism ..'the Crossman home in honor o Dickinson last week where she had] Howard Kammerer, second prize, t . . . Neuritis Office Hours: been visiting her dSughter Mrs. I Grade V.--Arthur Montroyfirst lBayer Asp,nn ,s SAFE, as m.il- - m. 1 to 8 Cornell Eide and / lions of us~ rs have p :Gee t. ]t doesNeuralga~ Miss Helen and Miss/ ' ~ Phb~ not depress the heart, and no harm- Lumbago Mr. H. P. C~X)ssman and Mrs. A. 9 to 12 a. m. Peterson whose birthday comes on ~q, ' "' " t Ph the 28th of December. Mr. Cross- -- ~'a'n'" prize" Aaron Andre second prize. Grade VII.--Selma Powell, hrs lions of users have proved. It does Neuralgia :man's on Xmas day. _ Ruth Hong wer~U:~pplng in Beach prize. . notc ~'p esst]:e]mmt,,nd a"]~ Lumbago Congress seems all cocked and S~turday..~t~rno~h: .... ] Grade VIII.--Donald Lawheaa. ful after-effects follow its use. Toothache Located over "DOmed for a 10t more l nvestiga- GeiV~r~~ cMaim~eref~7%c~nndso~n'S~a ~ Genuine Bayer Aspirhl %ion, s mast of whicn are more or ---- iS sold at all druggist8 ha Beach. N. D. ~. '~,~. *-.~+ir~l r~urr~Res "To most nesday night to~pend the Thanks- : ............ I boxes of 12 and in bottles -- :~.'~:~v~:'se~rm~--n~lore "for Con- giving holiday with the home folks. Tt(gUE, (', gross to dO than poke its nose into , The dance given by the. .r~tscn- ~,o ~ } of 24.and 100. ~ther than constructive work well attended and all had a JOlly : ~ Aspirin iS P klN~ ~e,~ to be the goal of ~he - ..... ~ey ~=k o, Bay~ ~- Many young people especially Mr. and Mrs. Jonn ~scner and wonder why- 'estsfkindheartedpfpleMr'~ndMrs'TnyKrei"n'erspent ~ ~/":::J I{l ii~,~. ~' ~"~o"'~i"= Day which hos- Thanksgiving at the ~rank Kreitin- Hotel facture Of monoacettc- 'd'~d"'much to'make up for ger homenorth of O01v~. Schouboe ' de ter of ~li~Aicai~. D E~ ,O1 :nee from home of the for- r~r. aria ~v~r~ rran . _. ~ .: Ill Modern -- Comfortable (( LOW p: oes n(~ "Mrs. Frank Healow of ~he birthday party given at the []} BLACK HAWK ChJ~E ]~[ i i ~ ~rkl Cl~tUde SchoRboe home S~turdayl UNDER S~ MAN- C" J. est~ Of Mr and Mrs. Tony evening. ' ~'~"~ /it The Misses Dunstan,~ Hong and! Their~ is sick Wlth heart Miller were entertained at the Funk [ .... ~ [ LUDEFISK, PER POUND ............ 10c O-~E POUND SCHILLINGS COFFEE AND 10c JAR OF MUS- TARD ALL FOR 37c ,, NEW SHIPMENT OF HONEY PER GALLON ........................................ 98c PER HALF GALLON ........................ " ........... 59c PER JAR ............................................... 2~e ! Yes, we deliver free ! PHONE 75 W. C. BRADLEY, M. Physician and Beach, N. D. Office hours: 9 to 12 m~ 1 to5 p.m.