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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 19, 1935     Golden Valley News
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it the italian invaderS don't prevent it, Emperor Halle Sel~msle of Ethiopia yoga occupy this handsome new palace which Is set in a fine park at &ddt~l &baba. The photograph was taken from an airplane. i { ill i illlii Feelings and enmtions are being studied and expressed, in the Phsy- chology class. BiOlogy students are now making the acquaintance of frogs and other vertebrates while chemistry students are working with sulphur compounds ~a/t that peculiar odor perVading all tile rooms informs the rest of the pu. pills. Meet of the star-gazers out night~ are probably general s tens class mere- berg u times people are studying as- tronomy. * J ~ ,m The heine economics crass served a luncheon last week which Professor (l~lndstuen and Miss Jahr were g ests. Wednesday after school the home eCa~lwmlcs club met and finished the Work on the toys and also participa- ted In & social party. These toys will be on display In the assembly Thurs. d~Y apt taken to the relief office. $ $ d~ * The American history classes are making territorial expansion maps of the United States. They have also ol~oimn topics for special reports on tl~e United States taken from the last six weeks work. * * $ $ The eighth grade history class is a , b~ help they are solving problems d~alhsg with control of "Big Bustne~, 1935 we armor see each you perlionally we take this ,Wt of sendl.g our Christmas ~ttng and Blmt Holiday for a Happy Holiday number, by Frank I Mr, and Mrs. G1~n Allstat won the Douglas from the Klondyke region, ~hlgh prizes and Mr, and Mrs. Gee. wa~ Tuesday, I Stull. low. I .,~ ....... ! Chris Stocken is working for Glen |De l~erntl~ll3;t llun(Jrea | .. ~ " .~ AustaL tie is building a garage A tract o laud in Chesterfield coun- ~h, Vlrgt'nia, once belonged to Bermuda, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Allstat and e "Bermnda Hundred,'* as it is still flamily and Axel Johnson were visit- known, was given to the men who bought~the islands from V]rglnla. !!il Garner News Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krause, Kermit ~and George Shoen, Willis and Theo- dore Stull, Edward and Kenneth Wo- sepka attended the basketball game in Golva Friday night. Velma Babcock and Ethel K~use attended the show in Beach Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. T. Vieland and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. H. L Babcock weer Beach visitors Monday. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wosepka en- tertained the Garner Whist Club on Friday night. Those pPesent were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Allstat and fam- ily, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wassman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wass- man. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sheen andI famiiy, Mr. and Mrs. George StnllI and boys, Char]Is and Adolph John.~ son. Enoch Anderson.. and Ed Eide.] [ " I ~ay this Christmas be the briahtest you have ever known--may it bee season of plenty and joy. Sorensen Machine Shop To Our Many Friends: It is appropriate that we should pause In the yeSPs busy Work to obaoi~ce with fitting reverence the anniversary of the Christ Child. And In ke~p- ing With the old custom that symbolizes PeaCe on Earth ant Good Will Toward Men, we take this way of extending our slnoer~st greetings of the sea- son. Miller & Wieting Beach, N. Dak, We appreciate the patronage of Beach and Golden Valley County in the use and development of our new air filter, Wishing You All a Very Merry Christmas and a Happy New year. HALSTEAD CORPORATION ors at the Harry Wassman home on' Saturday. Mr. and Mrs Matt Krauso Ethel and Mr. and Mrs. Glen All- s~mt and family and John Nunn at- tended the show in Beach Wednes- day night. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wassman and family, and Mr. and Mrs. T. A. W'osePka and family ~ttended the show tn Beach Thursday night. Mr. and Mrs. Matt Krau~e were visitors at the Nick Lundin home hursday night. I INI LT I I ACIICAL Give Him Somethins to Vear A PURE SILK TIE A GIFT HE CAN USE HE WILL EXPECT TIES Give him these pure silk ties w;ttl them ,oo ooo, oo, 98C to prevent wrinkles. A BIG SELECTION AT "..:.:.i~. SCARFS silk in white and In ,~o-~.t.'~.l All pure ~':. ~4.;.441"i .~':'~gl:t'fl,l ~tterns. You II find ~5~.Ulql.I ~~:,'.~i~.~lq most acceptnble 9i~. 98c ~" and colors in good qu~llty bro0dcloth -- ill Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year IT IS a wise hostess who makes her kitchen convenient and attractive to her guests (and for herself) with a modern Magic Chef gas range. Any one of the good-looking models will modernize yourkitchen and help make entertaining easier. But the most satisfying part of having a Magic Chef is the way it saves you time and work every day ~ the way it adds to your joy of living. A modern automatic Magic Chef Hghts itsel/, keeps your kitchen coolest and cleaner, cooks a whole meal unattended~ Two-place I~id-pan broiler drains fat fi'om fire, p~ smoking..Red Wheel Oven l~dator watches your oven. Top burners ue heat.spreadia& aoa-dog~hag, fred saviag~ Mu~ odme fmlm,~ IUitl Mi lli ID III, llll II ill I i / I|lll[I I111 $18.15 Montana-Dakota Power Company /