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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 28, 1950     Golden Valley News
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PAGE SIX THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS, BEACtL N.D. - AY, DECEMBER 28, 2nd i MUSIC 31st 1 NOK Sponsored By Harley Salzman Post No. 5 i wer ;=: ........ - -: ....- , Yvonne and Eugene St 11 elVolney Schmeling and family ]REDUCE N. D. FIRE I The reductions of approxi-ITo Bismcwck-- ]New Janitor--. | ~ "tILT | pleasant visitors at the A. Schef- ] were Christmas day guests of I INSURANL'~ RATES [ mately 15% apply to all types [ lWr nna Mrs Mik~ c'~,~aale I At ~ ~necia/ me~tin~ ~f | |,.4gk|]lJfl1~eWS | fer home Sunday. IMr. and Mrs. Lew McManigal. 1 Insurance Commissioner Otto]of dwelling construction in all]~n,~" fa~i"1~ ~t f~'"h~"i'~tm~'~";-d~v[R,~rd-~'~a,,'~ti"~ ,~ ~" [ Mrs. El n No! up and fatal-I Krueger announced that follow-}classes of towns. Farm prope, rtY[in Bismarck, where they visited iDec. 22, Menrill Bishop was s | iJ, v~w,~ i ~Ir. and Mrs. John Schmeling le rth i ........ e -~" ................................... | .................. ~ ~nd family "#ere Christmas din-[ly arrivea at Her name soumling conferences with the Fire]rates are also in fine ~or reouc-ith~;~ +~ .... ,~o~ ~a,,,,~,~ It,~ t~ ha ~,,~t,~, ~+ ~,~ T~, -'~S .............. Her guests at the home of Mr. [of G~, Ira on Wednesday from l Underwriters Inspection Bureau, tions varying from 15% to 25%:1~rs: Ew"al~d B'ais'~and'~Ir~"ker'~]~l~i" ~(~rrin"'~i~eppla.~ p~ C~"lstmas 1950 has passed and and Mrs. Lloyd Weinrels. / ", ,, , [ " g a s for f're t -] , "lsaw their new baby ~randson I land Ore, shortly after the a New Year's ahead. May it .,eMIr. and Mrs. Geo. Gearey and ~errm, uregon. _ a general reduction in North Da. applying to dwelhngs, barns ana [ mit Jacobse,~ ~na husbands and [ ~anitor will be les~inc, fray ~Mr and Mrs Joe Bostyan lef~ kota dwelhn r te l n outbuildings as well as to live .......... ~ ..... ~' .... a ]peaceful one and wars overHelen were dinner guests of Mr. ] Satu~ra~y on a noliaay trip. ana I surance will go into effect Janu- ] stock and personal property./and ~randdau~hter " I of the year visit with remtives at tii~oing, -" These reductions are based on a " " " / . I.ary 15, 1951. The I~re Unde-] - . . /. 0ut~lvedBeach Editornes baCkMr. Brattonhme" weT Day.and Mrs. B. Covert Christmas Mmn" writers Inspection Bureau is the I study of loss farms expermnced/ Ill extend our best wishes and WIrs. Edna Hammond, Rienzi/ A large attendance of neigh-]North Dakota rate making or-~by the underwriting companies/ :" - -.- - - _-. --. -:.'~j i bars and friends from Beach~ ..... '- r~ the " f" e tO ~ployees and correspondentsand Scott, Mr. and Mrs. Gusta~- / attended the school program at I gu~a~mn thV:m~irema~::ur::d ~it:rdn!n the P;;:ur~Vce Y~mi1?/ F~~ I , Very Happy New Year. son and Stuart, Mr. and Mrs. t ~niillnm..dTh SCho~lJ~laY' :fter~ rates that are used by practical. I sion~rs office. ] f~~t [ .... WEWE~C---~'--------'-'-0M? ] O O" e p g s nn [ ly all stock and mutual fire ln- '.][COME TO GLENDIVE [ [~r::;|| ]pupils taking their parts. . did]. surance compan's~e wr~'tin~, m" I~ pays to Advertise. In the} |~:~ | very well Evelyn Wemrels ~s ~ / . . this state. 1.-, tden Valley r~ews. [ ~~~,~[ [ their teacher and treats were m _ " " ------' "~.- ........... ..... , 1 and Marion Heat~n arrived. ~ Thursday from Oregon to spend '. | qPI-l|~ ~ITNYrtAV [] I i~7~:~::'1 ! T]]e /the holidays with their mother[| ~,.~ *J~_~,~L,~-- ~[ [~:i:t I ] Mrs. ~Vlae Anthony and relatives. II .ako ;. tho I h~',~::':! i ] Guests at the home of Mr. and in ............... ill [~~i.:t I NEW /E~ ~ , ~Vlrs. Albert Still and family Sun- , n' 0 .. I~ 1[~ ~r . i[~ ![~ I~ 1[~ . ' I| ~~~u| | /d, ay afternoon were Mr. andMrs. IH uvm mm m_ 1 11111 Ill II/ I I .... I" n- Larr Mr andIll k.Y 1l ~jt mL ~.~ ~i k9 ~ ~J' ~.L tt~ I;~ I~ ........ ~ ............. I 1 jesse i a a Y, ] II . N I i . . I Mrs. Erve Breiten~eldt and Bey- I H ~. m. ~r~ o ..... ~ ' ' /erly, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Bar-I The r u[,Ul males west of Glend ve row and daughter, Ro e t and ; ' s 'n from6:30tog:30p. m. every Sunday eventng. |1 I | I I ! ScheVer and Kenneth, Margueme erw ' [Samuels, and Mavis Busch. Whel g]' I N I il And in doing so, we are mindful of the splendid / pleasant occasion was Mr. J. M. I - -- -- I | I cooperation we have had during the years past. ] were served and a nice gLft pre-]~ Still's birthday. Re~eshments I i~----.~' = ~' ~ We are not without appreciation when thinking of sented with a Merry Christmas l I n I [ and happy ,birthday wishes from ~ ~ n []'~' _ I a,, - !i I [[ DAYS the splendid patronage that has been ours, and we t',elen Gearey of Bil agS at- I" wish to thank each of you for whatever pal2 you may rived Saturday for a ho "d'y "- ! L OT [ have had in the progress of this firm. it with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. ~ ~ ~..~" iS A LONG TIb,',E Happy New Year to you and yours. _ t dAm AR Ilil : 1 OAS BAR Chet -- George Geo. Gearey. Mr. and Mrs. August Gorosld were Christmas visitors at the Leo Rising home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wehrman and family and Mrs. Schulte of Golva were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rising. Donate Food-- The Alpha Ladies aid met Thursday at the home of M~s. Raymond Clause, with each member bringing canned goods, which were given to Boys' Ranch. The group held its annttal Christ- mas party in conjunction with the meeting. The canned stuffs, as well as some gifts given by the Alpha Homemakers, were delivered to the Ranch Friday * [ by Mrs. Ida Johnson, Mrs. Clause and Mrs. Fred Wojahn. is i S N. Our business increased 25% over last year although there are less cattle in this terri. tory in 1950 than in 1949. :i FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR May every happiness be with you on this New Year's day and the three hundred and sixty four other days of the year. Serving you in the past year has been a pleasure we hope to continue during the next twelve r onths and the years to follow. But we enjoy every one of them that we spend with our friends of this community. Your frierdships and pat ronage c~preziat~'d by t!,e manage- n,::~: and personnel of this firm, and it is our s~ncere v, ::h that we can continue to be of service to you throughout the ccm~n9 year. BENN B AR and BILL'S CAFE Sentinel Butte, N. Dak. Wibaux, Montana Located 1 mile East of Wibaux, on Highway No, 10 Experienced livestock men and expert sale - men handle your cattle. Water and hay in pens pay two commissions. A large number of buyers attend every sale. Where The Crowds Go For All these above facts assure you the best possible prices every Tuesday at the -- ENTERTAINMENT BY D AT 10 A. bl. are a new sales but old in ex. Sponsored by Harley Salzman Legion Post No. 5 qZor the best in the West go W tmm Every Tuesday. TURKEY DINNERS NEW YEARS DAY (Open Sundays from l p. m. to 2 a. m.)