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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 5, 1935     Golden Valley News
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December 5, 1935
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THURSDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1935 13 PRESENTING "Crashing Society" Beach o .oNHi Gym BY THE JUNIOR CLASS OF BEAC~ HIGH SCHOOL ADULTS -- 35c STUDENTS 20c JUST A DANDY GOOD COMEDY WITH ROCKING GOOD LAUGHS Golva News Miss MildredFunk came home from Brockway Wednesday nJght to per guests of Mr. and Mrs, Louie Hovland of Sentinel Butte. Miss Billy Weist of Carlyle was a weekend visitor of Mrs. Bud Haigh. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fisher and fam- ily were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Page, Mrs.-Henrietta Sheen entertained spend Thanksgiving with home foli~s~ to a Thanksgiving dinner her son Ed and Mrs. Wendal Nistler and and his family. and Mrs. Fritz No|l Matt Zimmer returned home on Thanksgiving dinner and sup: Saturday after spending Thanksglv- THOMPSON'S WE DELIVER PHONI$ 55 m ...... J r i GOLDEN CORN, 2 NO, 2 CANS 19c i t i i i SALMON,2 LARGE CANS 25 .ATE,, 2 PKGS, 29c CAKE FLOUR, LG, PKG, 29c ing with his daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Riggs, of Ellen- dale, N. Dak. Mr. and Mrs. John Tschida and daughter. Mr, and Mrs. Bud Haigh, and George Wosepka were dinner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Harry Funk on Ti|anksgivlng. The school carnival Weditesday night was attended by a large crowd. After the program all wen~ down it} the gym to play Tango, visit the Trotters News Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Callender are the proud parents of a baby boy born to them Mouday, December 2nd, at the Willis ~Vallace home in BeactL The yomig mall weighed ten pounds and will answer to the name of Lloyd H~rold. Motile}" and son are doing fine. Box of 21 Xmas cards ..... 49c at Rice's. It TO ALL CATTLE OWNERS SUPPLYING MILK TO THE CITY OF BEACH Ordinance No. 79 prohibits sale of milk within corporate limits of all milk unless cows producing same have been tested for Tuberculosis within one year and a license pro- "FLASH till TRY KENNEDY,S . COLD BUSTER'S Arcade, have their fortunes told, etc. Mr. and Mrs. Lawhead and sons, cured for its sale from City Auditor. Ill They also sold candy, popcorn, and Norval and l)onald, spent Thanksgiv- All retail dealers must l~rocure DIITTr I1DII~ P. [iug in Williston visiting relatives, lthis license. UUI,I. U.UO oo JEWELRY hot dog sandwitches. The Carlyle Men~s Whist team~They returned Sunday by way of Dr. Fuller will be here until Dec. came to Golva Tuesday night to play] Dickinson where they stopped toll4, and will test all cows if notified. [[ the filial game. "Golva won by 3~ visit Mrs. Lawhead's sister, Mrs,] noints., making them the chaml)ions. I Cook. who is. ill in the hospital there, Mr. and Mrs. John Tschida and1 Harry Meecker and family were daughter were Thanksgiving supper tBeach shoppers Wednesday 4:,~0 when Mrs. JtHIus Larsen serv- ed a very delicious lunch. Betty re- ceived many beautiful little gifts and her guests departed wishing her many more happy birthdays. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Stark and family and Frank Haigh were Thanks- giving dinner guests of Flora and Dune McPhee, Shirley Schafer came hom,e from 1__9 Dickinson Wednesday to speud the MINGE~ MEAT, 2 c .~.o~..,o~ ~o~,,o. ~,~..~,. o~,.. E PUM f'k1 lk~ onents' returning to her school dnlieSSunday. " Mr. and Mrs. Tony Kreitinger and IaK FANCY laK FANCY family were Thanksgiving dinner CRUSHED OR SLICED 2 NO. 2~ CANS 25c guests of Father Lack. We are glad to report that Mrs. L. Miss Betty Larsen celebrated her IIodgln was able to come last week eighth birthday Sunday by inviting from the Bismarck hospital and that her friends over to spend the after-!her health is train-eying. noon. They played games until about Miss Maybelle Reichert came up from Bismarck, where she is attend. ins buMness college, to spend Thanks. giving with the home folks. Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Callender were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the L. It. Callender home. ............. ~Irt ........... Mr. Menke and Mr. Hansen made a trip to Bowman. Hettinger and New England Monday. LARGE PKG, 17c BLUE "G" 2 LBS, 45c 2 NO. 2M/2 CANS 49c GRAPE NUTS, .. ,,, MAXWELL HOUSE COFFEE, 2 LBS, 55c ..... , i [llj I J PEAS, 2 NO, 2 CANS 27c ORANGES, sweet juicy, 18 for 29c I II / 1 IIC JJ I LETTUCE, 1 ,a~e,crisp, 2 heads 19c ~,lrr ,, i i , i II 1 firm ripe, ~ 3 lbs. 25c i i i Nuts, Xmas Candies, Box Candies, Johnston's Chocolates, etc. See Out" Circulars For Other Bargains -- I Illll II I I I II guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kreit- lager. The friends from Oolva of Mrs. Ed Kukowski, formerly Miss Vera Heath, all Join in wishing her con- gratulations and a very happy wedded life. Leo Kreltinger, who has been em- ployed at Dickinson with the state highway department, was laid off for awhile and came home to speud his vacation. Mrs. Harry Funk and daughter Mildred, Mrs. Bud Haigh. Miss Billy "W~ist, Miss Cecelia Miller, and Mrs. Menke tutored to Dickinson Saturday to do some shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fisher and fan|- ily and Ed Ranffash wero Sundar SUpl)er guests at John Fisher's. Ernie Schmitz. Alberta Part hel. Mildred FUnk. George Wtmepka and Miss Billy Wets} were Sunday dln- (~f Mr, and 5Tr:~. Bud Menke's drug store is very nicely decorated for Christmas. s~ou'in,r a beautiful assortment of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Ztelsdorf of Rhame dropped in on Mr. aml Mrs. Menke Thanksgiving to spend a few minutes visiting. FOR SALE~32-volt battery ehar~- ~er. Peter Weinreis, Golva. fix , J ii illl "Old Faithful" in Its Glory doesn't compare to the scene pictured above. If you want to avoid such calamities, use our radiator solutions at the first signs of cold weather. DON'T WAIT TOO LONG! Drive in today and let us give your car a complete winter ov- erhatqing, Shift the wol'ry ~o our shoulders. BATTERY & TIRE SERVICE W. C. Schulz GARAGE The Whole Family Gijt for the Enjoys Furniture You'll Love. This Xmas Gilt~ A Smart Bedroom 8uite %9 gO PIEGE~ It's a 'Iceauty! Handsomely veneered in choice cabin, e} woods, beautifully designed, and so excellently constructed! we can honestly re- E'#~J/I~/JV~)J ~/~ t'/t~e buCmmend this suite to discriminatyers, miture Ideal Girl any age at any ~ ' UsE Price. HO OF MAGIC ' Coats, Dresses, and , i Hats a7 7duced at th~s time. Make Your Holiday Dinner A Joyous Feast/ , ~?:ZL'~',:~"At , "HEY" THIS DINING ROOM SUITE Wrap, aroUnd = T Don't for~et me EIGHT $0 ~ ~ to $8.95 PIECES ~' %~o~P %.] now on display ~,~ "~ Amazing in Value, pleasing in style, up-to-the up. minute in every detail! A Dining Room Suite vogue, to give you joy for years to come. We inciude The new G-E Radio is an achievement of the world- ~amous "House~ of Mogic". The wonder-working ~ Dining Table, SIX Chairs, and choice c sciene/m of General Electric have given this set ira- , provemeats that NO OTHER RADIO CAN OFFER. or China Cabinet. A.O:VERS