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Beach, North Dakota
December 28, 1950     Golden Valley News
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December 28, 1950
 
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Spok " " " Nuptials en An open house is being pl, an. Received This Chistm,as time t.here was Mrs. Enul Kunlck ~o,~ I)akota's 1951 fis~hing Montdak Tou v ned to honor the golden weddin~ .... a aecioea sommnity a~out t!~e t ' licenses wer~ sent~...-.,,,,t .....~1,~ ..~...,.1" ~,v. Trrbutes to the memory of Rev yule celebratmns here as no Las rites were held at St. t ..... +.. -.--': ........ At an in.form,hi ceremony per- anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J.O. . . . . , . , . . v ,~,,,,,.~y auu~L~ mroug~ouz A, ft Iormed at the home of her par-Ramstead of Seattle, Wash., who Wm Fred Hake cor~tmue to flwv doubt it yeas m prachcally every Machael s Catholm chuch an Sen- the .q~mte "vh,~ 1c-,n u .... h... ., er a slow start resul~inf ents, Mr and Mrs Dan Cafferty,resided in this county f~r 30 into St. John's rectory hem p~y- part of the United States.'" tinel Butte on Wednesday, Dec- ever-'~'7~;'~ ~,~",~'~.;~"' ,~.."~,- me easy wins for I~oth Wiba~ . , P lng homage to the man Who It was reflected sl~arply in re- em!ber 20.at 10 a. m., with Rev. dry 'l,"t~en"lt ~fll" be'n~e:;arv and Beach the temgo of I~tty Ca.fferty became the b~ide years. o'f Edward Nell Skinner, son ofNo invitation cards are being ~itrVhted a2eh~ieSath::fo~pf~ {~r J~ki ~fg:iU!e!~d~Xine~a~ ~ m~]~ aaw~!i ~iiei~a~ile~~u~n~ ~ Pii2~pel}eee~5!~C~v~fl: le~ ~i@~e!i~~:~iti~i~ Mrs. Corn B. Skinner of Dickin- mailed for the function, which ~ a ae e I sa son. will t.ake pl'ace at the Firs~ suceum,befl Nov. 28 at the St. the family hearthside. . ........ " .~' . really low during 'the winter -~ ....... ~ ........ q rtQ~ - I uthevan church in Beach Sun- T ..... ~,.. ,~...,.~;._, ;.. r~;..~..'.~.... In .any nomes elebrations baturoay evening, Dec. to, at ..... ~ ., . -- e vii ~ltt~'t" Wa~ 21tue QOU~I: aB The douole ring ceremony was read at 2 , m e ~ day Janumry 7 Hours will be afte('~' ~. i:~-:P,::: ,L~. ~-~- were murt;ed or almoCst entirely 11 15 p. m., of k.idney trouble ~zont.ns wm !ncrease necause oI the outcorne Belfield tNed hal'd - , , ' o ,,- ..... 7. ............. ..... r. ""'S" ~'''~'" *...U''**, t ~ W~*V "~.U at at. " " ' ' arounfl me state mr me ravin " ............ vennls ~overtson, De~r z, oage '~" o~"e rose sur--rlsin-~-- *-- ti~, BaKer 37 Mont. Her paren~ two oromers, h " "- B " , l na one son, anna uua e, p e ceded ner 11"1 (leaID, ner son pass rda ' ~, e ~ars ~umc~, rne mrmer Janle , out the i t 0 . ' ~,,,*a,~u, ~,~,,~., ~. ~., ~,~,~, .,~,~ -" ' t~ok over th , . -- ....... -b - - ca, me to ~nls communlcy w.,~ ~- ' .... " nd th ~ , parenm vcnen sne was a year ore. " ~=~"~" = ...... = ...... "" ....... , en seoce read Bel,fie I )le ' " ~ ~ Beach, and a student at the Uni- the game. During the second ^ 1. .. Wu sday, Dec.. " ' - - " . ~,ve ulS s~-t on a cat umc .., ~r ~ ..~=~. r u.~:~ ~c~- ~ me Increased opportunities Ior an " :~i. by Rev. H.E. Lacy of the ~rom 2 to ~ p.m. ---' ......... ~ ............. eliminate bec" e *h ~, from whmh she had suffered a,p ......... d fought hard until the final w~_-e,~ were nero here at ~t. #oma s d .aus of ~ e a,..- WlnVdr ioo ri~nlnc~ ,~r*~nn~ h~nh~., Beach Congregational church, All .s~x children of the couple eh,,~oh M.,~a.,, n.o a 3ence of sons husbands and proximately two years, o .. ~ . _ _ gu , but the Montana 'boys we~ bet .... ~ ...... ~,,, ....... ~,a .... and their families are pmnningFinal "'ri'tes~'~'''^~'''~'" .... iathers away in s~-vice ,and in Pall'bearers were Matt Brown t ,~a~e na~e yeen ~penea just too much for them. The set with tall Christmas candiesto be present; they include Ru- Hu~hes Catholic church Hunt some eases not to return again. A, rt Brown, Lloyd Brown, Pete ,ff a lar-er vav% ........... -'g- nn,al score was W~baux 55, Be~. ~nd flanked with baskets of yel- dolph and Elma, Mrs. Art Ne]- 1~, and ,,'hit' mums ]ermoe of Beach, Marvin of l ngt22tl.2~;t?ni~ LOenge: ~ d~ N1 coASan~yhle,arr:Sld~;sfo( tlho~ 7nl~[l~ludl~el?cr..a~;ecial~~uk2ie ;nd ~aSvi ~;; flCqde ~h was an easy winner ill "~- " '" ~ v t" " o ~ ed in lamestown and Joel George and ~,,e ~rme ,~ ~g x'n - : , ' ' "' " ..... ~{ - , ~eace but they are also watch furnished bv the choir of St "/ the second game of the evenl cl~.mpagne-colored l.ace overA. W]lham, all of Seattle. ~ m, w~m tamer ~ea,an as ceP e .. - . ~ " rig, ": "- ..... " ~- 'n~, world events with more than Michael's Interment was made . After a slow start Beach took White satin cut ballet-length. A /-i ~----1~--1 eorant o[ me ~oiemn l~equiem ] ~ " .~, . . ~ I ~_ _ ~'~ ' & Irigh Mass assisted by a-close a casual interest. All seem t~ m the St. Mlenael's cemetery, i4,~l||.~Ifl/~ld:~i~t~ ,~d~l~ lead and kept building it up fitted jacket with Eton collar[ |.,. lnl'lran , ,~ ............. Sentinel Butte ........ w~a~,~ ~.~a tha ........... h~ ~ ~,. ,~.,,~,..,,3== ,v ~-,.=~ friend of Father Hake s Rev A]agree mat it Vltl take al~)loma ..... t oy me middle oI ~ne S~. u short sleeves m.d buttoned ] J. Galowitsch of New 'England"tic leadership of the most ex- Surv~vors include her husband, ][~___ rill_* K'~ = ond quarter the game was fully to the waist, where it ended in[ 4TM |*P * /"~-*"-| N D who served as deacon and pert kind to circumvent it. two daughters, Eugenia, ,and l~or llllS ~Ollll~V decided, From then on the Bea~ll an alllornla bll'l " ,:' - -- o. ' ....... Darlene, and one son, Bernard d game was taken over by re. COrsage Her sister, Mrs. Ruth ~.,_ " ......... [ Janet Ehzabeth Wood, dauffh- ~nth~r Pra~kSet.' aasm L'~r2::co~ ]q}~lk~ ][~.~.*.-.~-~-- ~. , Neil, two sisters, Mrs. Dick Pen- Volur~tacy enlistments this serves, who more th~n held tl~l~ -,a~er o~ woiz t-omt ~vmnt. serv- " ........ Fifteen priest's were in attend~ ILI]~ lt l tCl- tit dleton, Sen tind But[e, and ~rs. week at the Beach selective ser- own. t~he final score being Bem~ll .a ..... ' - ' I ter oI ~vlr. ano iwrs. t)arrol u. ~u as matron oI nonor; sne wore ............ - . .... I wood oI v, asaaena, U, allI., ~De- ance at me Last rites. | | 1 ..... ' v.~= .,~ p g, ly z~x- " srm~ilarly cut flress m green ,, ~-~ "~ ,~ ~,~a^,~ ~, ........... loam= me orme ~,[ t.. ............. Pallbearers were all nephews Dank ~DCII I-lOUSe a - ='--'; " n r t e Christmas season, which is aker and Be.lfleld took -~rt, Wl'tI1 ~r~ree-quarter tenKtn -~ - .. .., a~ ~-a a~.~ sleeves - ~or ...... " eP ...... I vey wanso., son ~,. ~ .... u .,,..~. of Father Hake s, including Bill _': ...... " n~rmally a dull one. Dra~ o~f- floor f~r the ~irst flame on SILt. ~. ....... t Leonard Carlson of Los Angeles Schneider, Frank Schneider, Har- A"')roximatel- 12o nersons .... " ficlals say that the newly ex. ~ "y night. The two teams play. ,ua~ comp'mnng ner costume ~-~ . .... " land Beach, at a ceremonv read old Schneider, Jack Dean How-re=istered at ~he oDen~'house mg away ,.n mz.~r~cy. . . panded dra~ft calls In the near ed on *a4rly even terms thro~. ~wt wore matcning nmo hats. ~Deeember 9 at "hur- "" " r est man was Thomas Gilman, I .... ~ cn ot uu ard Rmnhart, and WaRer Krauss.held all da- Saturd~a- at the ...." ....... future, are prob~,bly the reason f rs half, with Belfleld , . . - - ~ ~a~rmun, aaugnter ox mr. ann ,holdin ......... /.bavmr m t'asaden,a, tte was la~d to rest m Holy Farme,rs and Mereh.ants bank in ~#.~ ,..,... ~.~**.,. ........ ~.~,~. at so many young men are enlist.., g a Night ec~ge at hal~ .... .~.~. ~..,,..~=.~o.., ~,~o ~,... in " " time Ill the =~l~e::p~n:n E~e{i0 guests was i Th: ?:llde erW~sra~ina .~hedidtIng Trlnlty cemetery Amltyville, Beach bank officials have an- , ...... ~.... ~ .., .~ ....a g at this tlme. ~cond hal~ Belfleld ~n folloving the ceremony by t~. t'- 'PP~ s'~l't wl fl}t.ed Long Island, N. Y., beside h ls n~,,nced In the a-~wi,~,~ for ............ The Severson twins,. Robert e lead which by ~ilm co s n " th ~' race ne s eemear[ necKnne moth~, and father, in the lot door nrizes Lars Evenson of ...... and Raymond, have apphed here ~,,nd af e third quarter .~- tl ~a, u 1 oz e i tri '- ...... ~de The Le i h~dl settin ~ romeo With seen pearls ano purch,ased by his mothex some- 3each won the $100 devoslt cer- _~. .... .a...., ,......, .... + .... a.. fward Wen- tl Dakota dairy herd ira-/ents and other relatives. ent associations, he ~x-/ t'h,~""ov~n,]~n~, of-I)eeember-31"-at round he is able to demonstrate ],berg, Jesse Still, Ch,arles Hay- /Many of these assoeia-I EI~I~RTAIN ~blAS EVE V"~me ~'""~namroeK~' ........... ~.~u,u xu wm~ux.~'--- certain, aspects" ...... of the inherent ~ den, Ralph ...... Samuels Don Ham- ' e ready for active orgard-~ ,rm- Hen'*'Thom,,-',,ns were wh,~, hay- end, dyed the Melody stat~ility oz aurlmanes---w.mcn ~s mono, t,. J. Algmre, Lawcence s soon as suitable men eve to th ns | | . #/ ~k! ~/ Five [O iurnlsn me tunes, i ne - dlable hosts Christmas e~ so -v -!- -~ --,,- ,~. -f L?"~s _ .~ .9 % ...... ~,='_ not easily grasped without actu- I and Ray Kukowski, Bob Zook. - - " 'Richard, Ted, Ben and Goodwin ~"~ ~'~ -r'~'r~! INkl ~'$~ ~ ~b~ ~'~t'~lb~ pu~blic is invited to join the fun al visuaY, zation. [ Werner ami William Kippley, , de.interested in preparing ...... ies l. ~~JY ~. ~ ~lJ .L ~[~,,,~'~ there The idea for use .of the models I' Mike Goodale, George Metcalf, eob ann ia~ 3 s is invited to,attend ......... J- J- ~" "" ' in instructiortal procedure came[Robert l~idenhower, P. O, Peter- -~ School at the college. A SENDS DONATION LEGION SCHEDULES from waching a class o~ stud- [ son, Kenneth Kannenberg, HOW" of instruction has been '.Mrs J P Reeve of Burbank, ,~ ......... NEW YEAR S DANCE ents t,ak'ing an exzm,ination in[ard Wilson, Math Brown Gt~ [ out which includes but- C~ff ," and a former resident of l'ne year ahead IS raught Wlth many Harley Salzman legion post is .stability and control of aircraft, I Lohman, " ~Sting, use of herd .pro- Ben;h, recently sent a donation __ _1_1 1-..1, .... pla_,m~_'ng its second annual New Watt~nto ~aai~.d.la:::adt~e ha~[ Vic Strzywski, Trayor Cook, O, re~ords and farm man-of -~10 tothe Golden Valley proDlems 1[ Will reaulre patience, in- Years dance, to be held this b g y 'rp e d" [H. Moe, Martin Schillo, J~/ A .... " -- -- vear at Jack's club Sunday, Dec- store to hel~p them vistmlize the [ Kot~ba, Lloyd and Art Browr~. ., ccording to Olson, county memorial park board, . . . , . . :u improvement associ- alon= with her wishes for suc- sight, humlhtv and hard work to solve ember 31. Music will be pro- aerodyn,amm ~orces on fu~-mze[George Kautzman, J. E. Cook," NorthDakota are offer- c:':~%f the nroie~ It was giv- "~ vided by Charlie Nokal and his planes. The advantage of using [William Carew, Sivert Van~ig, " des of 150 to 175 dol- ~,'~n memm~v af .her husband, a them Tff0'~ ~,,,,-,1 ,~F;,4,-,~ 4~,~ ~h,-,~r ,~,~ orchestra. This carnival d~nce is the company-furnished scale]vam, ig Brothers, Andrew, Lester rno~nth, plus room and ........ former prominent" businessman .... .,v ,.. x~x ~uaax~u~ u~a~ t~z~j ~,au sure to be an evevAng of fun and models is that they are accurate- [and Tom. ~mociation supervisors, here and will be solved if-wo sro vsilllna good music, to Judge by other iy proport2oned xepresentatlortsI Gerhardt Fischer, .Delphlne ............ ~'J noes nsored by the Legaon of the real airplane, Wattson a hm Howard :crested in this special ._ "" - ~ ......... ~ da spo " . . _ LBa 'thel, A1 F se " g, NDAC Jan 2 to 6 are ? -,,. --- , s 'att l hoc'n n or An o. I tne weamer I dedicate ourselVes tothe task. We hope . .. , ~n, dairy agent, NDAC . Market Re ort , [trey Pesha, Phil and Rex Servi~ ~^.~- ~*~ Mild weather last Thursd y, that 1951 Wlll bring you and yours joy Le=. P I N~_W ~-ARS BALL |Ge~rge Fisher, Earl ~ ,hml=, d^~^ ~-'T'~.~v'.- "*~ F~iday ~ad Saturday. Hlg, h -,-,~ oy ~mc. ~O, l~ pos- temperature af the weel~ 47 F. " " "'~'" ....... ~o~ 1 heavy 60 lb. $2.03 Two hundred fifty Invitations [and Leo ~, J Light rMn eve, mak- ana ZUUlllment -- and to the wo] ld a Premium For were mailed this .w k for the Iold I C~KN~D ing traveling difficulL Christmas .... ~.~% P~otelt~ " . 4 annual New Years ball spon-[sa, uualey #~n, a mixttp, l~ek Bal- morning, snow and blowing, al- lasting ann secure peace. ~ pgtel~ 7c ~ed by the Ma~on| Lfldge. I . .which ppea n most bllzzard conditions, vchi~h, 15% Pru~in __ 13c . Dan~.ng..w~l..be Fore ~ p. ~. | T~e a.m~l me buying dates however, stopped, b .a~mce o~.tne 16% Protein . ~ 19 ~o nua~n~., .wlm lunch Served i eo~aea ~a t~ name revised ad is day being fairly race.. L~laer ~' Additional :~ Over 16% after miaaig~t at the ~ i next hog buying Tuesday, low of the weel~ ~t ~ ~ Oats ~ Tic Temple. Music wlll be f~ [ _._._ by the Melody Five, . | O" DeC. 29, and kr~" =ro, dm'lng ~igllt. ~ ., , ~ tO Harold Feldhmmn is ~| ere the follow, warmer this 1