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Beach, North Dakota
December 23, 1937     Golden Valley News
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I T___URSDAY, DEC. 23, 1937 "PLEASE, SANTA" This little girl displays all the faith and happiness of childhoods as she tells Santa what she wants. Lions Club Has "Enjoyable Meet- ing Monday Nlte r . imHimsttiStliillulIt!;tllllit!!!liili~ ~ CARI,YI,E i~mi~i~J~WW Ellllll~l~l[i~lillU[[llllill]!{;i',lliii;~ !I':'+;;itli$ Mr. and Mrs. George Gearey, Mr. and Mrs. George Hammond, and Don- ald, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Scheffer and Via-ha, and Mr. and Mrs. Claude Sch:uboe attended the whist party given by Mr. and Mrs. Covert at Gol- va Saturday evening. Paul Burnosky was taken to the Glendive hospital last week for medi- cal examination. Mr. and Mrs. George Gearey were in Beach Sunday to meet their daugh- ter Helen who is home for the holidays from Dickinson, and to meet Oris who is having his vacation from the Uni- versity at Grand Forks. School closed at Ollie Friday, Decem- ber 17 for a two week vacation, opening Canuary 3. Miss Van Winkle left Fri- da.y evening for her home at Helena THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS An hnportant Part of Christmas ":::_: : -5. : '-.:- . ~ "::'~eh {hfs paper for fccd Largains. and Mr. Dempsey for his home at ~te 23 in favor of Ismay. Butte for the holidays. ! Ollie basketball teams played at Three interesting basketball games~'Golva Monday night. The girls game were played at Ollie Thursday evening lW~S a victory for Ollie. On Wednesday when Ismay furnished the competition, night the Ollie boys high school team First game, played by the girls was played Baker there, with Baker win- a defeat for Ollte, a large number of l fouls being made on each side. The, Ollie boys in the second game showed good Play and won by a 14 to 7! count. The independent teams played a ~as~ game, with the score ranging l elosc. Both teams fought hard until the last whistle, the game ending 26 At the meeting of the Lions Club Monday evening Earl Roberts was in- troduced as a new member and given a welcome. A" number of communications were ~ad consideration given to each. tl in reply to a request for the elimina- tion of the signal bell at the Hunter Street crossing, and the loud whistling )a of trains Supt. Judson writes that or-J ~.~ tiers have been viven to reduce the l~ whistling to the minimum and that re- [ i~ placement of the bell would be ln-l~ vestigated. Lion Halstead stated that l~ a representative Of the Railway Com-1~2~ Dany had made some efforts to muffle~ the bell and that eventually some other ~ devise may be installed A letter from the War Department ~, announced that a meeting would be held in the toT:n hall at Med~ra at .~0:q0 ,~. m. Friday, January 7. 1938 When parties interested in flood con- (a,o] a.~d irrigation-projects will be giv- en an opportunity ~o intreduce and ,Tile written views as ~o the feasibility of any such project. It was the opln- :' ion that Beach should be represented ~,t th]~ meeting and an effort will be ~ade to send a delegation. ~ Dist. Guy. Loomis, in a letter to Pres. Logan, paid some nice compU- inents to the officers and members of ttae Beach club and expressed his ap- preciation of the enjoyable visit tO for ,the Charter Night anniver- t. He also requested the assistance Of the Beach club in organizing a club ~ Belfield. I =Pres. Logan suggested that signs be .Dh c~d in the streets crossing the I ~tl .ets on which coasting is permitted1 in order to warn motorists and to gUard against accidents. Lion Halstead, Chairman of the safety committee ag- reed to see that ~ is done. Lion Overstad reported that the-sum Of $74 had been collected to defray the expenes of the Christmas activities of the club, that 1150 ,bags of candy and ~auts were distributed to the children ~f the community on Saturday, and that the stores enjoyed a good business that day, some of them reporting the best day in years. Miss Elizabeth Russell ~ud Mrs. ~rown rendered a number of musical ~umbers on the saxaphone and piano ~espectively during the m~eting. Lion Randal Thompson was again the lucky ~nner of the prize furnish- tO, by 'Lions Katien and Keohane. HOSPITAL NOTES Mrs. Herbert He~se on Saturday taorning gave birth to a ten-pound I~by boy, named Vaughn I.~el~oy. Mr. and Mrs, JOe Poplel of Golva parents of a seven and a half ~und baby boy ~rn on Dec. 16. He been named Donald LeRoy. Mr,~ and Mrs. Be~ Michels of Beach parents of a seven pound ~x~by boy last Wednesday, Dec, 15Oh. :Suml~y, Deeembe~ ~, Hol~, C~muntm~ at 8 p. m. I$ ;you have no church home, you in~lted to worship with us, A. H. Parcells, Pastor. Merry iii t ~,~.~ ..... ur iriendly 11/~,~~ Thughts g utt Ill [.~~~ you with /I t(/ ~UL~ Best Wishes for (~ ]!/ ~ ~~Tt~ your." l{/ N CHRISTMn~S JOY" school Tuesday evening. I/ NEW YEAR%nuHAPPINES~"'' r)/ Bertha Robinson Naomi Flu_haven Friends were sh2cked and grieved by the sudden illness and death of Mrs. H. P. Crossman. Illness came on a week ago and she passed away at the Beach hospital Sunday morning. Our ning by a large score, incere sympathy is extendeed to Mr. | Dulane Fulton arrived home Monday[CrOssman, relatives and friends. I L~_ .............. morning for Christmas vacation. He/ ~ I will have two weeks vacation from his I Miss Merle 'Lovell returned here Sun- [ teaching duties at Somers, Montana. /day from Grand Forks to spend the[i MLsses~velynandXdnaNelsonwlllholldayswlthherparents Mr. and,] IH[ DICKINSON lit[AIR[ combine their Christmas school pro- Mrs. H. B. Lovell. She is a student at i ~rams and give them at the Clark the University of North Dakota. _ 1 It's been good mighty good to know you and do business with you. We've enjoyed serving you durin~ g the past year " and we now sincerely wish that this I CHRISTMAS SEASON t will find you Happy and Prosperous t k I PIESIK LAND & LOAN CO. { t t t WITH A SPIRIT OF SINCEREGRATITUDE and apppreciation :to our many friends and customers for their generous patronage and . Good Will ... We Wish You A MERRY CHRISTMAS And a Prosperous New:Y r: The New Year of 1938 will find us striving more than - ever to be of still greater service, :that we may merzo the patronage of those whom we have the pleasure ef serving ....... Serving You has been a pleasure sincerely hope feeling is mutual Let us extend our Hearty Greetings for your Happiness Operators of the 0as Beauty Shoppe COMMUNITY REPAIR SHOP ALVIN FERAGEN, Mgr. PHONE 170, Res 86-J Across from Golden Valley Hotel DICKINSON, NO. DAK. Thursday- Friday- Saturday Matinee Christmas Day 2:30 p. m. Also Popeye0in "Protect the Weakest" Latest News S:m ay- Monday Sunday Matinee 2:30 p. m. A WALKIN6, TALKIN6, MUSICAL CATALOBUE OF THE FUflHIEST LAUBHS A HATIOH HAS EVER HEARD I A NEW UNIVERSAL PICTURE Latest News, Pacific Paradise and The Man in the Barn Tue day. Wednesday- Thursday Timid Goast and Love Goes West Latest News