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Beach, North Dakota
January 12, 1939     Golden Valley News
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January 12, 1939
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OWL mui ,[ ,, -- ..... iai I / t ~',]qTINI" ':' ~ ~-L BUTTE1 CARLYLEl iminin imBw~imdiB| A Fuurth Class Po~ster Exam-| ~ t [ fnd~w0~ ~, former local rest- | !nation which closes January 27, 1939/ dent, accompanied by Mrs. Underwood,| is to be held at Baker. The examin- were overnight visitors here Wednes-|ation is to fill the vacancy at Carlyle. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schouboe and Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Schef~r visited at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R, Stewart Sundsy afternoon. At day of last week. They went out to j visit his son, Art Underwood, south of1 town. They were enroute from theirr home at Columbus, Montana, to Kan-, ~s City to visit their daughter Molly. The condition ef Mrs. Lois (}rimes, I who has been confined to bed as the lt result of a paralytic stroke, has ira-I proved to the extent that she was out for an auto ride re-I able to go cently. I Einar Waldal left Monday for Glen- dive to resume his employment withI an extra gang on the N. P. Railway. I See a wonderful drama, "Her Junglef Love," featuring Dorothy ~maour, sJnd] Ray Mllland. This is in technicolor.I lkm~ mi~ it at the School Theatre,1 Sentinel Butte, January 14th-15th. Norman Runions left Saturday on an auto trip to South Dakota. He was accompanied~ by George Fletcher, "who visited a brother at Hot Springs, 5outh Dakota. They returned .Men- clay, P~Ul Wagner and Roy Doyle were among those from this county who attended the opening of the legisla- tive. session and the inauguration of Governor Moses at Bismarck last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Ottesu~ were down from Wibaux Sunday visiting loe~ friends. Mrs. Harry Huseby has been con- fined to her home the past few days as the result of a skin rash which ~fflicted portions of her face. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Campin spent ~a few days over the yearend holiday vlslting their son and family at CUl- ~ertson, Montana. Willlam I)eVreis has returned from Bismarck, where he has been employed ,~at a federal work camp, and expects to spend a few months in this vicin- ity. Bud Boisen has been confined to bed the past week as the result of ~a Jaundiced condition. . . ~ -- _ - _ _, BIG FOUR DISTRICT ~~'_-.~ ~ ._~.~ -: _~ Mr. and NLrs. Ellis Ayers and Mr. ~and Mrs. J. M Stecker and Tom Grant were Sunday dinner guests at tre J S. Schauer home. Mrs. Herm Brown returned home from Bismarck on Thursday after spending four days there wlth her husband who is a member of the legis- lature. A group of young folks gathered at the dam for a skating party, and. at midnight everyone enjoyed an oyster supper at the J, M. Stecker home on Saturday night. Mr. Tom Grant, an old railroad friend of Mr. Ayres, has been a pleas- ant visitor at the A. E. Ayers home for the past few days. Mr. Grant is a retired engineer. "Olaf Abraham was a caller at the Z. M. Stecker home on Friday. Friends of Mr. and Mrs, Frank O'Rcurke of Wibaux extend their sin- cere sympathy to them in the loss of their son. James. The O'Rouke fam- ily homesteaded in Saddle Butte town- ahip in 1905. James was one of the first pupils to attend the Saddle Butte school. Every worker in th state, including ~ho6e over 65 years of age, should have ~t SOcial Security Account Number. A worker's a~ has no beartug on his rights to unemployment benefits. 6 o'clock they motored back to the Scheffer home were they were sup- per guests and spent the evening vis- iting and singing. Mrs. Leo Rising is enjoying a pleas- ant visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. AugUSt Ooroskl. On Thursday afternoon sere r a l neighbors dropped in at the George Gearey home where cards and dainty refreshments were enjoyed. Those at- tending were Mesdames Frank Schou- bee, Thee. Maanum, John Shafer, George Hammond, Alfred Scheffer, JuliUS ~arsen and Bdrt ~over~. A pleasant afternoon was enjoyed oy all. Mrs. George Hammond and Mrs. Bert Covert .visited friendS at the Airport Mo~lay evening. A meetin~ of the members of the Sunny Vale Telephone Line was held at the Frank St~sa home on Tuesday night. Business matters were dls, cussed. Mrs. Bert Covert was a caller at the Scheffer home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. ~ Rising motored to Dickinson Wednesday where they had dental work done. Martin susa did chores Thursday evening during their absence. M2~. C. R. Stewart of Carlyle re- cieved notice the past week that she had been appointed ,postmistress at Carlyle until after the coming ex- aminations, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Douglas were callers at the Scheffer home Tuesday. School began again in the South Valley rural school Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Weinreis and Lyle were Sunday evening guests at the home of Mr. and M~. Rudolph Rising. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stewart were Beach visitors Tuesday. GOLVA Mr, and Mrs. Otto Hanson who have been ill during the holidays with the infuenza are able to be up and around again, and Elaine and Johnnie are much improved, Mrs. Menke snd Dorothy Schulte assisted the family during their illness. A, M. Peterson was a dinner guest of L. D. Page a~ the Wallace Page home in Golva Sunday. The ~eachers have returned from their vacations and all report a pleas- ant time. School has reminded and everything is again going along smoothly. Eel Fischer and family and Marg- uerite Krei~inger were guests at the home of John Kerupevik at Rhame Sunday. It was a nice trip which was shortened by being able to cross the Little Missouri on the ice, Mrs. Flora Funk returned from St. Cloud, Minnesota, Sunday evening after spending a week there with rel- atives and frieuds. Mr. and Mrs. John Tschida, Mr. and Mrs Bert Covert and Mr. and Mrs. Jul],ds Larsen enjoyed a whist party out cf town Saturday evening. Mrs. Wallace Page is recovering from a badly sprained knee which occurred while she was at Barnesville. She reports plenty of snow and |ce in Minnesota which made it seem llke a real Christmas. Greetings came as usual Christmas THOHPSON'S FOOD HARI(ET We Deliver RICE, fcy Blue Rose, two 3 lb ROLLED OATS... two 48-oz Phone ~5 pkgs 49c pkgs29c CORN FLAKES, IGA ..... 3 pkgs. 25c PEAS, IGA, hney .......... ~, eans ~c RED"A'COFIqgE ....... 3 lb. bag 4~e CATSUP, Carol .... 2 large bottles 1% FRIDAY- SATURDAY ONLY ! PEACHES, ........... No. 10 can 39c Texas, seedless 10 for 2% large navels ..... 2 doz. 45c Bananas, firm, ripe ......... 4 lbs. 2% See Our Four-Page Circular for other Big Food Barg~ THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS" from old Golva. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Haigh, Miss Mar- gie Funk and brother Harry were in Beach Sunday night, Bernard Majurus left the first of the week for California where he will attend a baseball training camp. L. D. Page was m Beach on business Thursday. Mrs. Maanum, Mrs. Schafer. M~.; Covert and Mrs. I-~rSen spent an on, joyable afternoon Thursday at~ George Oearey home playing vmk~ A lovely lunch was served. M~,ss Jeanette Forguson and Mrs. J. Larsen were Beach visitors Tuesday. Miss FurgUSon is taking treatments for a foot ailment. John Schulte and family have mov- ed to the Bill Glazier farm. Mr. Glaz- ier is an uncle of Mrs. Schulte. ,, ,,,,i friends who do not forget who spent the week end at her home. The card party and dance held a~ the Westerheim school house was a decided success A large crowd a~- tended, including several from Sent- inel Butte, an all reported a dandy time. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Will, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Cook and Mrs. Harry LoW- man came out from Sentinel Butte last Friday. They were accompanied on their return by Mrs. Jennie Phillips Harold and Harry Lowman were Sentinel Butte callers Monday Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Brown are the proud parents of a baby boy, born January 3rd at the Beach hospital. Mother and child are doing nicely. Harold Hollar and Richard Moore were over in the sub-marginal area Monday rounding up horses, Mr. anl Mrs. Dick Pendleton called at the Albert Allen home last Thurs- day. ~: Albert Allen is moving the old Tom Harmon house to the Cash V~n Ea- ton homestead on Section 6 in Wana- gan township. Phil Cock and M. E. Northrup left for Sentinel Butte and Beach Sunday. Phil attends the Sentinel Butte school ad Mr. Northrup makes his home in Beach during the win~er months. A. C. S~one and son Bob called at the C. 0. Carlson and J. E. Cook ranches last W~dnesday. This is BoWs first visit to North Dakota since leav- ing for Trona. California, four years ago. Doll ]~Lle[] inst~li[/eo [o leave for Portland, Oregon, Monday where his father resides and where he intends ro ~et employment. A card party is to be held at the M. A. Brown home, Monday, January Sth. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Sathre and children were Sunday callers at the Ted Cook home. ~ Bwm~ ~ Cus V~u T~u~s V~m CHEESE, American, pound .... 17c Grapefruit, dozen ............. 33c APPLES, Winesaps, lug ....... 33c PEACHES, No. 10 Can, the best .... 49c COOKIES, assorted, plain, 2 lbs. for 25c PEACHES, sliced, two 30-oz cans ..35c Super Suds, Red Label, 19 oz. pkg. 19c Sweet Potatoes, honey sweet, 4 lbs. 25c ORANGES, medium size, dozen ...29c LETTUCE, solid, crisp, 2 heads for 19c BUTTER, use more of h, 2 lbs. 57C THURS_DAY, JAN." 12, 1939 GARNER I Mr. and Mrs. George Stull and T. Vleland helped butcher at the Schmel- ing home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wassmann and family visited with Fred and Herman Wassman and friends the past week, returning home Saturday afternoon. Dick Stull and Fred Wassmann were Beach visitors Friday. Fred stopped at the John Fakler home for the week end and helped them with their butchering. Mr. and Mrs. George Stull and boys visited at the Cole Mattie home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Art Underwood and family and Joan Orstad were Beach visitors Saturday. Olaf Orstad ad Delores and Leo Ntstler were Beach visitors Friday and while there Delores had dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Drewnick and Robert, Ed Shoen, Vick Renstrom, ad Adolph Johnson were Beach vis- itors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. T. Vieland and Mrs. Pete Vanvig and Ellen Johnson Were Beach callers Thursday. Leo Nistler was a caller at the F. Waesmann home on Thursday. Mrs. George We~raann and child- ren, Mrs. ;Herman and Mrs. Fred Wassmann called at the Joe Dleta home Friday. Enoch Anderson, Axel Johnson, George and Herman Wassmann and Adolph Johnson spent Thursday with Vic Renstrom. VIC returned home from Bismarck Wednesday night. Mrs. Laura Strahon was a Beach visitor Saturday. The Garner school district held its meeting at the Lundin home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. A] Hogen and child- ren and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Olson and children were Sunday visitor~ at Olaf Oreetad's. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Oistad a~d daughter, *Bud Petersflle " and John~ Kline were dinner guests at the Ed~ Sheen home. l Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wosepka an(l~ Edward, Dorothy, and Kenneth visited ~" relatives in Sentinel Butte Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. George Wosepka and1 Harold were callers at the Shoen andj Wosepka homes Monday.~ Mr. and Mrs. John Fakler spen~ Sunday at the Fred Wassmann home, Kenneth Wosepka visited the Lun- din school Friday and spent the week end with Ho]ger Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Woseplm and son Edward, spent Sunday evening at Shoen'5. , I Ill SADDLE BUTTE We extend our deepest sympathy to the Y~ank O~ourke family ~n the los sof their son and brother, James, at their home in Wibaux. The O'- Rourke family formerly resided in the Saddle Butte community. Teddy Blue and Ern Daily and Joe Hudecek were callers at the J. C. But- terfield home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J, C. Butterfleld and grandchild called at the Wendle Ytmlis and Volesky homes Sunday. Mr. an Mrs. Clifford Stecker and children were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Stecker Sunday. Mrs, J. C. Butterfleld shipped a twenty-pound turkey to Carrie WIt-~ zig at Chicago, for their big annual ~ . after-holiday celebration Mr. and Mrs. Theo Kunick ar~lr] daughters and their guests, Mr. an~ Mrs. Jaska of Belfield, Demonic Ku-~ kowskt and Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Butter- ! field and Zena were callers at the Vincent Volesky home Monday even- l ing and all enjoyed a pleasat time. I BOTS INSURE YOUR ANIMALS Against Them By The Latest And Best Methods Let Us Tell You How WALL DRUG COMPANY PRESCRIPTION EXPERTS Phone 31 F. T. Reynolds Co. Beach, North Dakota We Deliver Free .1- Phone 75 WEEK END SPECIALS! COCOA, all-purpose, 2 lb. can .... 19c Pineapple, large, No. 2 ]/~ can ..... 1% Cove Oysters, N. J. C. 5 oz. ean ..... l~e Corned Beef, Loyal brand 12 oz can 19c Morton's Smoked Salt, I0 lb. can.. 78c Oranges, sweet navels, 2 doz ...... 29c uI Grapefruit, sweet, juicy, l doz. .... 39c I RHUBARB, Fresh, per.~...~. ...... 10c Salad Dressing, Harvest Moon, qt. 29c I CHEESE, Swift's, 2 lb. box ........ 45c LARD, SMh's, 4 lk err. .......... 47e CRACKERS, National, 2 lb. box .. 16e Coffee, Shillings or Nash's, lb. .... 28c POTATOES, Early Ohio's 100 lb. ~.~ Fresh Oysters, Salt Fish, Spiced Fish and Fresh Tastyloins