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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 14, 1950     Golden Valley News
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t / THURSDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1950 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACH, N. D. $I". PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH G. HINZ. p~tor Missouri Synod Services. Sunday, Dec. 17th, 10:30. Sunday School 11:30 Junior Choir Wednesday. Christmas Program Rehearsal S~t, 10:00. EV/tNGELICAL LUTMERAN CHURCH O. L. OLSRUD, Pastor FIRST LUTHERAN BEACH: Sunday Be.heel 9:50 a. m Services at 11 a. m.. Sermon theme: "The Cure for Intemper. ~rlt, e". The Brotherhood meets at 6:30 l~. m.. this Thursday for a sup- .Per meeting. Parish Board meeting at Hal- V~rson's office this Friday at 2 I) vn, Choir practice Saturday at P.m. TRINITY. SENTINEL BUTTE: Services at 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Ladies Aid with Mrs. Hal~vor Olson hostess this Thursday at 2:30 p. m. Confirmation el.ass at 4 p. m. CARLYLE: Practice for the Christmas pro- gram Sunday at 2 p. m. SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH N. J. Johnson. Pcmtor Program from Dec. 13 to 16 Wednesaay evening, Prayer meeting 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Dorcas Society meets from 1:30 to 5 p. m.. at Hospital Annex Bldg. Thursd.ay, 7:30 p. m., Health and Home Nursing Class. Sabbath School, 10:30 e. m., Church Services 11:45 a. m. ttear the "Voice of Prophecy"! every Sunday over KGCX, at 8:30: a. m. EVANGELICAL UNITED IMIETHREN CHURCH Rev. E. J. Bott. Pastor Preaching Service 10:15 a. m. Sunday School 11:15 a. m. Time of Prayer 7:00 p. m. Preaching Service. 7:30 p. m. .7"--- We have a fine choice of merchan- dise that would make gifts" to ,/ please every.memb.cr of the family,i lnoumng: Vacuum sweepers J Revere ware Domestic sewing machines Xmas decorations J Waffle irons -- food mixers Coffee makers Irons -- steam or dry ! Pop corn poppers Radios clocks. Toasters heating pads G.-E flat plate and rotary ironers G-E roasters . Schlck and Sunbeam electric shavers J Black and Decker elec. Home ?tfllty tools and many other things, too; numerous to list here. J Everything electrical for farm & home J Youth Fellowship Wednesday 7:00 p. m. Choir Practice Wed., 7:30 p. m. Prayer Meeting Thurs.. 7:30 p. m. Christmas Program Sunday, Dec. 24th 11:00 p. m. TROTTERS CHURCH Christmas Program 17th. 2:00 Ip.m. Preaching Service. 3:00 p. m. ! " CONGtlt.GA'rlONAL "~ TIIlS'I'IAN CHURCHES Rev. 1t. ~.. -- Inez Lacy, Pastors Beach: Our annum Sunday school Christmas l~rogram is next Sun- day evening at 7:30 the public is invited. This Thursday evening our Sunday school is journeying to Glendive to take their turn in the weekly radio program spon- sored by the Congregationa.l Churches over the C~iendive Ra- dio Station. Chu,:'ch school meets at 10:00 a. m. Morning worship witt~ special music at 11:00 a. m. Wednesday evening December 20 our Youth Club P. F. will have a special Christmas party and do carol staging throughout the city. SENTINEL BUTTE: 9:30 a. m.. Morning worship, with special music by the choir. 10:30 a. m., our Sunday school meets The chimes will play Christ- mas ca,rols preceding the servi- ces. MEDORA: Our tower chimes have been something new in Christmas stockings sheer sheer Stockings so good they're signed with the lat~l that won't wash off! They're the nicest way "we know to say "only the best is good enough for you." Luxurious collection of new stocking fashions from $1.50 $1.35 to $1.9b Each Pair in Gift Box CITY DRUG Beach, N. Dak. We are now .Remodel- ms, and putting m a New Front. "Watch for our opening. Door Prizes of $5.00- $5.00 & $10.00 At 5 p. m.,--9 p. m., and 12:00 Midmght On Monday and Friday Night. ' 'Wtbaux, Mont. Lawrence Hoffmsn, prop.- installed and will be dedicated soon. Sunday school meets at 9:30 a m. Preaching service and special music at 2:30 p. m. The Sund,ay school will be hay. ing a Christmas party program in the church at 7:00 ,p. m. tJEACH METHODIST CHURCH ]. Robert Boggs, Jr., Pastor BEACH: , Sunday School 10 a. m. Morning Worship 11:15 a. m. Wed., 7 p. m. Choir. Dee. 22, Christmas Program. ,vI ,,AUX: Morning Worship 9:45 a. m. Sunday School 10:45 a. m. Thurs.. 7:30 p. m. Choir Christmas Program Dec. 19. At Glendive Rally-- Among the local Congregation- al church young folk attending the Youth Rally of Congregation- al churches in Glendive last Fri- day and Saturday ware: Colleen Baker. Anne Short. Connie Shcrt, 'Delores Martin, Wade Adams, Dick Lacy, Keith Zinsli, Bud Bishop, Marilyn Smith, Mrs. Kathryn Smith and Rev. H. E. Lacy. PART OF U. S. ROAD AID IS HELD BACK Apportionment of $400 million of the $500 million authorized as federal aid to states for high- ways in the fiscal year begin- ning July 1, 1951, has been an- nounced by bhe bureau of pub- Hc roads. Under the allotment of 80 per- cent of the total. Nort'h Dakota will receive $4.640,597 i~ federal road building funds instead of the original allocation of $5,640,- 507, recently reported. The apportionment was made, tIighway Commissioner N. O. Jones said. using tentative fig. ures for rural and urban popu- lation for each state. The re- maining amount will be appor. tioned and proper adjustment made when final 1950 u~ban and rural population figures are re- ported by the .bureau of the cen- sus. Funds for the federal-aid sys- tem rare distributed in proper. tion to area, population and mileage of post roads, each being given equal weight. Funds for federal-aid secondary roads .re apportioned in the same man- ner except that rural POpulatoK is used rather than total popu- lation. Funds for ucrlyan proje~ are a,pportioned in proportlon population in municipalities al~t other urban pl,aces o~ 5,000 at more. Under the 80 per cent alia|, mere, Nort~h Dakota will receive $2,580,306 f~r the federal aid highway system, $1,869,724 f~V Second, ary or feeder roads, aid $190,567 for urban highways, at you will find /hen you sell our Livestock Auction competitive bidding ~~~~~~~~~[~~~~Ill~~~~~i[~~~~~~~~~~~~~[~~|q~~~~~~~i[~~~~~~~~~~~~~[~~~~~~~~~~~~i[~~~~~~~~~~~~~[]~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~[~~~~~~~~|~~~~[~~i~~|H~~~~~r~~~|~~~~I~~~~[~ - Ii = O _--" = and Buyers from many states attend each Thursday's sale. = = At Dick'n Dave's Sell your cattle the AUCTION way where every buyer has a chance to bid. 16th "~ ~ T Sponsored by St. Jolin's Senior Socmt, | ~11 f ]Ulllllllllll~llhlllll HI[~IIIIIIIIIII [1 Illllll II lll[ llil II I||llli [llI Illlll Illl{~llll t|{ Ill II [l|llll Illllll[ Ill IllI Illlll[l Hill II IIl||[ll Illllilllll ~[lln, Where they always have the better buyers. t There's been a lot of talk in recent weeks about "the buying power of the dollar"-- past,. present and future. t We can't foretell the future- but we can tell you this right now: You'll look a long way before you'll find a car that offers as much for the money as you can get in a 1950 Buick. - Close o half a million of these cars have been built and sold this year. Close to half a million people have checkgd their features and prices against thO field--and decided they'd hotter Buick. As to prices--they start down below some sixes. And whether you price the SPECIAL, the SuPeR or the ROADMASTER~ you'll find, on a cents.per. pound basis, that few other cars can touch them for value. And this is for sureI When it comes to perform- ance- ride--the way they handle and hold the road--and thrifty use of fuel and oii--Buicks have never been finer. That's another way of saying that coil springs on all four wheels--Dynaflow*--torque-tube drive --and Buick's high-compression, high-economy Fireball power produce an out-of.this-world combination. So if you want your dollars to do extra duty-- the time to act is now. Look at the price tags--look at the features-- sample the power and thrill that you get for your money--and you'll know what we mean. *Dv~ Dd~ is *t~ndm'd o~ Roaz~asrzs. ovt~ at extra cost tm Soesa and S~t~ mode/& BIUdg N. DAK.