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Beach, North Dakota
December 23, 1937     Golden Valley News
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i THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1937 Highway Depart- ment All Set For Snow This Year Bismarck--North Dakota's state highway department this week had completed all arrangements for its an- nual battle with the elements---extreme cold, high winds, and drifting snow. Rotary snowplows have been pre- pared for instant use--all equipment will be ready for quick transfer to any part of the state where an emergency need arises. In contrast with past years each di- vision office will not necessarily retain all of its equipment ff weather condi- tions in one division are good and' an- other part of the state requires help. The highway department has this fall been receiving many pleas from service clubs and individuals asking that plows be stationed in small towns and, in some cases, rural comunitles. Though suggestions received are val- ued, this plan is at this time imprac- tical chief maintenance engineer P. E. Gurvin explains, because there is not sufficient state equipment available to meet the imedtate needs of all areas. Under the circumstances, Gurvin states it is essential that equipment be concentrated primarily at division offices in order that main routes of travel may receive first attention. All highways will be worked just as rapidly as possible in the order of their importance to traffic. Department officials anticipate a great deal less public inconvenience th~ winter as a result of the new plan of rushing all serviceable equipment to areas where a sudden storm blocks traffic. Approximately 1,300 men have been employed throughout the state on the maintenance work during the peak of the summer months. Winter, however, largely halts maintenance operations other than snow removal. Gurvin estimates perhaps 450 men will ,be needed to keep the state's high- ways passable this winter. Even these men, incidentally, will be employed at l only part time work when there is l ON LONG DISTANCE CALLS ritE GOLDEN VALLE f NEWS Santa Claus In' LOCALS CLASSIFIEDADS Annual Visit Here Earnest Schmit and Donald Evans FOR SALE---Marquis wheat straw, nine Santa Claus arirved in Beach as pervert temporarily employed at the local miles east ,' f E')lva. Volney Sch- schedule last Saturday afternoon and poatoffice during the holiday rush. i reeling, Sentinel Butte. 12-3tp was greeted with a huge crowd. He was~ The Misses Rosemary and l~salle .................................... on Tom Gilman's truck and after a IBeckley were hostesses to the Catholic! FOR SALE--A-! condition Packard short swag around the busmess dm-tSodality at thmr home Tuesday even-, razor, $9.00. Inquire at News Office. i t~ict, pulled up in the N. P. right of ing FOR RENT--2 gas heated rooms. See i way park and, assisted by a numberI R'alph Jones was a Dickinson buM- i of local business men, passed out over ness visitor Monday. ! C.H. Clark. 10-lip [ a thousand free bags cf candy and nuts Mrs. Le:aaard Alguire wnet to Dick- i FOR SALE--Model A Ford, gaod to the kiddie who were here for the inson Monday, and on Wednesday .re- condition. C. C. Clark. 10tf occasion, and every kiddie present re- turned with her daughter Mary Jane, ~ .......... cetvefi his sack. who has been attending the state~ FOR SALE--Fresh milk cow, C. C. The affair went off very smoothly t~achers college there the past term. !Clark. 10tf an~ those in charge of the event are Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Kuhfeld and[ to be complimented on the fine manner Miss Cecile Peterson, Mrs. Kuhfeld'si Coal for sale $1.00 per ton at mine. in which it was handled. Beach bus- sister, were Beach visitors over the.Lcated 1% miles east of Bonnie View iness houses all report a fine business weekend, school, 3-4 mile north on Slaby place.' tDat day, and all in all, it was indeed Mr. and Mr. A. Overstad and Mr. Frank Tearier. 10-4tp a ,~uceessful event. ,and Mrs. Clarence Overstad were din- ner guests in Wibaux Sunday. BALED ItAY AND STRAW FOR SALE BIJOU THEATRE ANNOUNCES Mr. and Mrs. Louis Odland, Jr. ar- Drought rates in effect. Write for SPECIAL HOLIDAY MATINEES rived from Bismarck last weekend for prices. L. A. Thorson, Melvin, a visit with their parents here. i Minn. 9-4tp Mrs. Victor Thompson and Mrs. Irv The management of the local Bijou Thompson were he, teases at a shower PARK C~E--llome of good food. Theatre informs the News that there at the home of the former Wednesday Good coffee at all times. Also beer will be several special matinees during ~ night last week honoring Mrs. Ted pop and lunches. 5If. the holiday season. The first will be Thompson and little son. Games were Christmas day in the afternoon at 2:30 played and the new san received many: EVERY QUART OF OUR fflELK IS and there will be another on Sunday fine gifts after which a delicious lunch Pastuerized before it goes to a cast- afternoon at 2:30. Then on Friday, was enjoyed, omer. Tl~au means it is ~afe. If you Dec. 31, there will be a special matinee Mrs. J. C. R. Johnson and daugh- axe not a regular customer, start to- of the Shirley Temple picture, "Heidi,"Iter Marlys arrived in Beach Saturday day. Beach Creamery. and another matine of the same pie- and are visiting her sister, Mrs. A. M. ture New Year's day at 2:30 p.m. Doerner, and her brother, M. L. Vill nature destroy mankind as it There will be regular Sunday after- Walker, here. did the huge dinos~urs? Scientists noon matinees all through the winter Wm. Knezevich, who is attending the point out that the human race travel- from now on. , state university at Grand Forks, ar- ed the same lath of ~volution. A feat- rived-in Beach Saturday to spend the urn in the /~neriean Weekly, the meg- work to be done. Rotary plows will be "spotted" at holidays here with his parents, Mr. azine distrllmted with next Sunday's and Mrs. S. D. Knezevich and family. Chicago Herald and Examiner. Williston, Grand Forks Bismarck, Devils Lake, Valley City, Fargo and ~ ~ ~~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ,~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ Mlnot. They are used principally for widening cuts after bucker plows have forced their sharp-pointed noses thru the heavy drifts. ~ A ,,:7/2CHRISTMAS Any time from 7 p. m. Christmas Eve through Christmas Day and Sunday until 4:30 a. m. Monday, December 27, the same lower rates that apply every night and all day Sunday will be in effect on long distance telephone calls to anywhere in the United States and Canada for distances of about 50 miles or more. These rates save you up ,to 40 percent of the usual daytime rate. THERE'LL BE LOWER RATES NEW YEARS DAY, t o! NORTHWESTERN BELL TELEPHONE COMPANY A GOOD USED RADIOS FOR SALE-- Inquire at the News office 8tip NOTI('I~] OF MORTGAGE FORE- ('l,O.~l RE ~AI,E I.'.~;t tl ti tnent~l Only. N.tice is hereby ~iv~u tL:~ thu.t OeF~;I]~l Nll"*," ' (: ~X~:CU[~d P. lld dt~- ]',,~','a oy Charles E. Kirkpatrick and Mar,ha A. Klrkpatrick, husband and wife, :~lol'i~'agOl'S tO the 5Ianag- er of ihe [~:!!k ,f Nm'lh I~akola, Mortg t~.:o~:, dal~.d t:l( ~Ttll day of September, 1928, and filed for record in the office of the Register of Deeds of the ('.~ur ty of (lohlen Val- ley, anti S'ate (,f North Dakota, on ~he 5th day of October, la28, and re- c,~:dtd in Book "17" of Mortgages at pages 341-2-3, and duly assigned by said Mortgagce to the State Treasurer of North Dakota, aml his success~,rs in office, in trust, will be foreclosed by a sale of th premises :,l't such mortgage and hereinafter dosclibc(l, at th" front door of the C,,urt House in the City of Beach, in ih( County of Golden Valley, and State of North Dakota, at the hour of two o'clock P. M., on the 2$th day of December, 1937, to satisfy the amount due upon advances and the past due installments of such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the installments and advanees due under the same are described as follows : Northwest (~uarter (NVI/4) of Section Twenty (20), Township One Hundred For|y (140), North, of Range On~ Hundred Four (104) V~'est, except 2.fl6 acres released Deeentber ~, 19,'~t, in (;olden alley County, North l)nkota. There wll be due on such mort- gag,. at the date of sale the sum of $999.1S, which Includes insurance premiums in the sum of $55.05 sal- ve,iced hy the holder of said mort- gage and interest, together with the statutory costs of foreclosure. The lien of the portion of such mortgage hereby foreclosed is inferior to the lien thereof for the residue of the amount secured by such mortgage. Dated November 13, 1937. ~tate Treasurer of North Dakota, as Trustee, Assignee of Mortgagee. Rt.bert Birdzell, Attorney for Agent of Assignee, Bismarck. N. Dak. NOTE: Owner deceased; foreclosure being ct, nducted to clear title. Nov. 18-25. Dee. 2-9-16-23 MERRY CHRISTMAS and HAPPY PROSPEROUS NEW In Extending Greetings Of The Season May We Also Thank You for a Year of Pleasant Patronage HOKS% D DRY Beach A a a B B B @ B B B B B B B #i CLEANERS and TAILORS North Dakota CORRECT ANSWER sppesrs below in upside-down type. Play fair! Don't look until you have guessed. ,: As Christmas comes arou we reanze howmuchfriendshipsmea And SO we take this" opportunit tai extend to all of you Yuletldes Best Wishes l MARTIN IMPLEMENT CO. Sentinel Butte, North Dakota I GLASSES-- OPTICAL GOODS OF ALL KINDS Reading 31asses, 35a~$6.00. Gol~ ! Frame Ola~o~ $3 50--$15.00. Late.~t .L.~ Olasse:. 4:: :5--$15.00. Lense~ Round, $1.00, Fancy shaped, $2.50. All kinds of repair~ on nanl. Send in by mall; returned following day. Du~t Proof Goggles, r,me better, $1.50. Col- ored Glasses, 25c--75c. Strings and repairs for all musical tustxuments. G. GILBERTSON, OPTICAL SPECIALIST Be~ch, N.D. Block South of I~po~ NOTICE OF MORTGAGE FORE- CLOSURE SALE lustnliments Only. Notice is hereby given that that certain mortgage executed and de- livered by Joshua E. Arnold and Arvilla R. Arnold, his wife, Mortgag- ors, to the Manager of the Bank of North Dakota, Mortgagee, dated the 7th day of December, 1922, and filed for record in the office of the.Reg- ister of Deeds of the Count~ of Golden Valley, and State of North Dakota, on the 9th day of December, 1922, and recorded in Book "15" of Mortgages at pages 1~6-7-8, and duly assigned by said M,,rtgagee to the State Treasurer of North Dako- ta, and his successors in office, in tl, ust, will "t)e foreclosed by a sale of the premises in such rqortgage and hereinafter descv:bed, at the front door of the Court Ltuuse in the City of Beach, in the County of (leiden Valley, and State of North Dakota, at ~he hour of two o'clock P. M., on the 2Sth day of December, 1937, to satisfy the amount due upon the past due iu~tallments of such mortgage on the day of sale. The premises described in such mortgage and which will be sold to satisfy the installments due under the same are described as fo$1ows: East Half (EI/~) of 9e~lou Twenty-one (21), Township One Hundred Forty (140) North, of Range One Hundred Five (10~) Weal. except 1,.02 aeons for highway as sbown on Plat of NRHP No. 49AB, being Pa/~el No. 43 and exeept about .9 acre borrow pit In the South d5 feet of the SEV4 of amid See,ion 1~ iw Golden Valley County, North Dakota. There wll be due on such mort- gage at the date of sale the sum of $2,431.66, together with the statu- tory costs of forecosure. The lien of the portion of such mortgage here- by foreclosed is inferior to the lien th'ereof for the residue of the am- ount secured by such mortgage. Dated November 13, 1937. State Treasurer of North Dakota, as "Fruslee, Assignee of Mortgagee. R,,bcrt Bir(lzelt, Attorney for Agent ~f A~gnee, Bismarck, N. Dak. NOTE: Owner deeeas~d; foreclosure L, ing (',l)llll(Lt~d to clear title. N.y. 18-25, Dec. 2 9-16-23 PROFESSIONAL DR. V. G. MORRIS BEACH. NORTH DAKOTA Phones He U S E~56 OFFICE--40 GUY LEE ATTORNEY Sentinel Butte. N. Dak. DR. LORNE R. FORBES Osteopathic PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON General Practice Confinement Cases Varicose Veins - Hemorrhoids Office Phone 79, Residence 89-W KEOHANE & KUHFELD ATTORNEYS AT LAW Phone 133 Beach. North Dakota DR. O. R. NIECE Dentist BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA M. W. LYONS, M. D. Physician and SQrgeon Beach, North Dakota