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January 16, 1941     Golden Valley News
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[TIRS.JANUARY, 16, 1941 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE S S enter a Beauty school. 16, ] Bonnie View entinel ButteI Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hogoboom en- ~clfrey Pesha has been assistingI Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Yates were ~tertatned at dinner and cards Sunday brother Joe, during the past week I business callers in town Tuesday. Mr.eVening'and Mr.Mrs.andl~.edMrS.smithPaUl andWiSchW'Mr. le Putting up ice. I Fred Goebel returned from Farg3 and Mrs. Paul Wagner. i ]~ arold Abraham, who has been em- last week where he has I:een a pat- Iver Ness was the lucky wmner ell i JLL ied at Neihart Montsna during lent in the Veterans hospital for see-the first prize of seven dollars given Past two months, is spending a eral months. away in the Pot of Gold drawing on Nd'~lweeks at his home. Rhine Brieten- Mrs. Evelyn V/aldal entertained the Saturday afternoon. Nick Uetz won It]It, daughter Viola, and son Victor members of the W. B. A. at their second prize and Leonard Treater 3rd. m Harold accompanied to Beach, ousiness meetmg at her home Wed-, Quite a few from here attended the e returned to Niehart, ~,fter a few nesC~y af:erncon. After a short meet- basketball game between the Chinese PI" Tl~S Wibaux.Visit vith teL, tires at Beach ih~h:~ aning bridgerecdvit:gWaS playedf,.rntWitllpri:e,Mrs. MarYMrs. team and the Bismarck Phantonls at )LJ lihool was again resun~e~! at Bonnie iCi:,a %'aguer ,~,econd and ironer priz~ Wibaux on Sunday afternoon. : Mr. and Mrs. Art Folis ~:tnd ~is~ v on Monday morning, Januar3' iMrs. Margaret Boisen received cut-all Bertha Fakler were Sunday evening after a two weeks vacat;_cn ever I~nd Mrs. Laura Gilbert deuce. A de-callers at the Eric Busch home. holidays. ~ .... !licious lunch was served by the host- LOST---Metaled green & black Sheaffcr I ~hn Glower is staying at tn~ J. S. ess at the clos~ of the card playing, ipencil. Name "W. R. Campin" en- ]LU,K]uer home and assisting with the Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Reed and Cnar~,s i graved on band Return to Butte there, while Mr. Schauer is re-!lef~ by bus V/ednesday for Kansas' Drug for reward, ltp ~rating from a recent operation. ~ICity" where they .will visit Mrs. Reed's. i Miss Dorothy~ Wosepka was the in- ,mother before going on to West Vlr-spiration for a handi~erchief shower :veral from this vici,:i:y attende4 !groin to visit their daughter and her and farewell party Saturday evening. ~ll~Shows which were sponsored by the ~a2~ormick-Deering dealers and the I family They plan to be gone abou~ when a number of young folks from eta Implement Co. last Wednesday i two months. Carl Johnson is heping here drove out to the Wosepka home. Thursday respectively. ~rence Stedman. Ernie and He- 15C~ Schauer who have been staying leach while attending high school ~n resumed their school duties last ~Monday, after spending a two- ____, vacation at their respective tea . at the Service Stationduring Mr. Games were pl~tyed and lunch was Reed s absence, served after which they all left wish- The n,embers of the Get-Together ing her lots of good luck in school. Club were enterLained at their social~ m~-eting Friday afternoon at the hemal ~---~ ~ --~ of mS. Ethel Haugse. Five games ofi I;arlvle bridge were, played at four tables, i ~---- J-- with Gigs Lardy holding high score Mrs. Charles Hoffmann retm-ned on and Mrs. Ruth CarLson second. Mrs. Wednesday from Burlington, Iowa, Haugse served a delicious lunch after after an extended visit at the home of the cards. The next business meeting her brother. Mrs Hoffman was also E_ will be held at the home ofMrs. a greats of Mr. Iloffman's sister and [o n -L-- Lenore Smith on Jan. 31st husband, Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Devine ~a~ ,~ ta~|i~ John Brov, n was the guest of honor of Chicago. ]I~te 1 at a'party at his homeThursday eve Mrs. John Feragen was a Sunday ILl~l~ ~/~.~ when a number of relatives and fri- guests at the home of her daughter .~v.,.~.~., " " a " " i Krame ends dropped m to help him celebrate ' nd iamfly MI. and Mrs. B I1 r !,,__ his birthday The evening was en- of Golva. B|[~~ I[~D|I~TM joyed by card playing and social chat., Marian Ouale is now employed at , ~dJL J. [:3 1JKRU~]~ Those present were Mr. and Mrs. ithe Tom Gilman home in Beach . -- [W. F. Brown and family, Mr. and Mrs } Melvin ~artse, who is employed at ~~MrT thMrresH ;~; ~ %~l~~Y~s t : : I~ qmtgT STAm'~ ~--,-~ ^ ...... [Mr. and Mrs. Vic Johnson and family, I ' . s e ..... . W T Brown and William and Bjoren several ladies on Friday afternoon. Oolva in the ~"~-~t~ of North De- Vena~ IThose present were Mrs. C R. Stewart, eta at the close ofbusiness on i " ' . . |ember $1, 1940. Alice Knopp and Gertrude Fisher IMrs. J~m Gannon, Mrs. H. B. Fisk AS'~$ I were weekend guests of Mrs Cecil and Mrs. W. H. Swanbro. Bridge was -~ |. LOans and discounts ]Tangen at her farm home near Beach played and dainty refreshments were im ~lr:~l~ding $58.17 over- . ....... ] Mr and Mrs Bud Miller entertained 'served. L Ua'lted"Sm'tes"/~ovorn'~ .......... IMr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner at dinneri Saturday evening, January 18th, a Ill r~le~t obligations, dl- ~ [and cards Thursday evening, ldance will be held at Carlyle hall. _ ... ann guaranteed ..42 831. ,6 I .... .~ ,,._,, ~...~^ ~--- ..... ,-- Music will be furnished b the Dance __ v~insi~, Political subdi-,. trained several friends Saturday eve Demons oz Golva. E'Oi~:rs bonfa:'""n'o[~" 139..~2 }at the Gardner home: Whist was)Amng ..those w.~. attended tl~. na d~ben u I0 000 00 ~mmo~suatlon or me ~Ja~ernazonal |. ~ t res ........... : , . I played at eight tables with Mrs. Wm. ' ~otlt~~a;e l~tck~t~ol~ [Ueckert and Paul Wagner carrying Farm Machinery and show at .B~each Federal Reserve % first rtze weonesoay were mr ~ewar~ local m be-'-- [ way p' , Mrs. Paul Wagner l .. , E C~~ "c'":..................-. .... None !~tn,4 = r~ Nels .....a -r~ ....~ representative Otto Lln~s~rom and son -- i~h_er banks,~"lnclu~l- IMrs. John Jordan and Nick Uetz low William. reserve balan e Mr and Mrs W H Swanbro were " i . and cash lts~ ~riz. A delicious lunch was served} .... i41 in Process of collect- - [at mid-nits business caKers in OGles, Beach and '; on ~8 848 4, IWibaux on Wednesday -~ank"Drem-18es- o'wn- ....... "~ I Mrs. Laura Gilbert and Clifford were ~ e~l $1,0~0.00 furniture i6 o'clock dinner ~uest.~ of Mr sndt A number of Carlylites attended th9 Itr ~n4 f lxture~ $50000 ...... 1,500.00 1 ............... =..-I..-': ...... ~dance at the Eureka school and at are subject to-~Nono ;Golva on ,~'riday evening IV lien - $ Among those suffering with the flu l - J ban~,not assumed by last week were Fred Smith John I Mr and Mrs. Hubert Still and fata- l Real~ ' * Other estate owned Stoddard and Paul Wlschow. {fly were supper guests at ohe L. R. _ raises ~_aan ~anK pro- 1 400 00Mrs. John Berg entertained the ',Moline ncme Friday evening. Iv ~' Irnve~ments'"anc/"-o'ti~: ' " Lutheran Ladies Aid in thechurch~ Jim Oannon from north of Wibaux ets indirectly ............ visited his wife at the depot Thursda repress n tl n g b a n k oasemen~ "rnursnay noon ~ mr6c _ ....... Y" premises or other real I-iaa~lle t~ekson wno nas c~en em eat " crowd enjoyed the delicious dinner' " ... ~s~eo None ployed n Billings since last fall is ~ a:~'r~:" ...... "l'ia'b'ii'l[~, served by the hostess. After dinner the . : " . , ~tthiScebank on. ac- business meeting was called to order visi~Lng at the nome of her mother m'm"I I ng .............. ou.t..s.t.a.n..a: None and election of officers was held. All Mrs. Earl Higby and sister Mrs. Henry Other assets ................ None _ O1d officers were re-elected for another Jacobsen. 12. TOTAL A~ETS .... 155,450.75 year. Next aid meeting will be on Feb. Work graveling the road west of LLaB---~L~ 13th with Mrs. Oscar Gigstad enter- town nas oecn completed by the WPA 1-~ r~ .... QBILI~.iLI~S tainin- workers and the next shift of men L"~"mrlu Ueposlls o~ e~. 9 individuals, vartner- Mr and Mrs Harry Smith were will be employed in Wibaux graveling [ 3~aLPY an.d corporations 52,062.16 ..... ~ "* Mr and MrsfBen Maus on streets and roads Several from here ~Viduals 1)artnershir, s c,,nda- eveninc' will need to stay in Wibaux while 15. Dce;oPs] tlns iL:/,',:Li 54,949.30Miss Dorothy Wosepka left by bus on "me job. States Gee ~"~. ,~'~'~ ~,~,~ f~r ~ismarck where she will Grace Hammond. Signs Evenson .~ .', notuaing POstal sav- - zn s) ---. 16. Z;p o s it s --"~-----~; -~;, None 5t$' an~ oolltical suh~'~'~" (certified and officers [00 " unts, and other lie-" ,_ bilities for borrowed II" 211'noneyf~oeSne TniiYn,r't %?;~ None Premis~e and $ None ~h~ on other real estate .... None 2z. Acceptances execut- ed by or for account of this bank and out- Standing ........................ None 23. Other liabilities ........ 2,787.96 age 24. TOTAL LIARILI--- :ely TIES (not including Subordinating oblige- fig. tlons shown below .... 132,042.96 she ~" CAPrrA'~AOCOuN, r 2,~- Capital ....................... 15,000.00 e. Surplus ................... 7,500.00 ~i" ~ndivlded Profi.ts ....100.70 ~fle- ~ 0. ~e~erves and for dep _ o~ bonds ................ " 81309 C a P X L t~: ~,~OUNTS ...................... "23,413.79 tO. TOTAL L I A B I L I .'-'r----"----- Thl- - -~ .............. 155 456.75 $ ~ cane's capital consists of ,. one of capital notes and de- aentureo, first preferr_ed st~ck With total Par value of $. None, r~U_rahle a{ $ None" ann com- ~,,n stoc~ With to~al par value ..................................... $15,000.00 - uate of re ort the required le~ralP~ ,oaa~ was_ ~0,~03.56 (h) Assets reported lbl. [~,t:rt Were ells- amineS-regal reserve I:lYe ,J~led$. #.n~sc~ of the above- aei~ :hat the ab~- solemnly. swear tnd that It f'~. statement is true, t~e ~re~ents tu- u.y and eorrectl re O~ wal matters %~e .state of the sev- .~t forth, to thstein contained and :li best of my know- be-C " ~est: late F.W. Stevens J.L. TSCHIDA, B. E. Tschid~ bly. z.L. Tschida, I)irectors State of NO th I)akot [ tO ~olden Valley ss: --. County of Sworn to and tCt$o" this 9th d;y o-f"'~eribed before oanuary 1941 _ And I hereby certify th~ v '~- _~' ly a ~n officer or directer o~"tl~i'~,~an~t .o.seViLLe" |gMY commission expi~.te%r.v3Pnobll~,' Metal ~t~UI 118BOVO ... it starts "just No rdssn~', NO CUSSIN', you really get goin' in a Red Crown-poweEed ca~! But the chemists who made this special winfer Red Crown did not rob Peter to pay Paul! ~k" Neither long mileage nor high anti-knock, nor any other of the qualities that Red Crown's famous for were sacrificed to give you those instantaneous starts "k Remember, the joke's on winter when you ask your Standard Oil Dealer to "fill 'er up" with regular.priced Red Crown gasoline. 3 fine gasolines priced to sult your purse: At dm RED Crown pump--Red, resular priced ... At the WHITE Crown pump--Solit, Premium qualhT.. At the BLUE Crown pump--Stanolind, batstin l~ic~. Leads 2 to 1 o...., o,h bmnd--Ba.ed oalatest available state tag and inspection data, Rt~ CEown is mote r.l~a twice as popular in the Midwest as the "num~.up" brand. O 1941 SMITH SERVICE STATION STANDARD BULK STATION Fr kli Smith, Prop. Fred Buldka t, M r. A This book TOBA CCOLAND * U* S * A * gives thousands of smokers like yourself the facts about tobacco and... 9 TASTE To the keen interest of the thousands of men and women who visit our Chesterfield factories, we owe the idea of publishing the book, "TOBACCOLAND, U. S. A." It is a comprehensive picture story about the growing, curing and processing of tobacco, telling you why Chester- fields are MILDER, COOLER-SMOKING and BETTER-TASTING. / We are twoud o[ tke kundreds of letters from smokers like yoursdf who have seen" roaa C- COLAND, U. $. A. "" Many have asked us to send comes to their friends. We would take pleasure in sending you a copy--just mail your request to Liggett & Myers Tobavco Co., 630 Fifth Avenue, New York, N. Y. 4 .... C~I~. JOHN M. MiU.llt, A ':~i~i~ii~i~i!iii~ili~ No. I ostogiro pilot and #emmr I of the wodd's only wingless mai~ I plane route betwe@n Camden, I N. J. ond the Philadelphia Po~t Officl, is shown here enjoying Chesterfield'| new inl~:~ Copyrisht 1941, Ltccg~'~ l M~ts Tenneco Co, Phyllm and ~my Storkell atten ed ,leavmg Phyllis there where she is lug their absence Signs Evenson w~ the shsw and basketball game in l employed in the Zopfi home. [employed at the postoffice. Beach Thursday evening. The girls Mr and Mrs. McDevltt were Beach Dorothy Allen is a guest of Mabel drove to Wlbaux on their return trip land Wibaux callers on Tuesday. Dur-[Hilgendorff of Beach this week. L ..... H V ~" "I'VE LOOKED OVER . f dI.,I., tHREE LOW" -,,. flt,.EST PRICED CARS ~e THIS OLDSMOBILE 18 LOW'PRICED TOO , Compare the costs and seel Olda priooe be~in at $853 For Speciel Six ~uiness Coupe ere~ er l.en~ing, MicAigen. State t~x, optional equipment ~d acceemories -- extre Prioo~ sub, oct to chert without notion. AND SEE HOW MUCH MORE YOU GETI I00 - HORSEPOWER 6- CYLIN- PER ECONO-MASTER ENGINE 119-INCH WHEELBASE BIG- GER, ROOMIER FISHER BODY NEW INTERIOR LUXURY 4 COIL-SPRING RHYTHMIC mIDE - FAMOUS OLD8 QUAL- ITY THEOUGHOUTI ~0NG with the "lowest-priced three," have you considered Old~? Compare de luxe models of lowest-pricked cars with the big luxurious Olds Special. The differ- once in price is so little it will sur- prise you. Check further,and you'll find Olds gives you operating econ- omy that compares with the best! ALSO AVAILABI.~ wr~B IIIq)] -MATIC DRIVE !* 01dsmobile's Hydra- Mat/c Ddvs is the Arot and only completely automatic drive! No clutch--n0 gears to shift| *Optionalat I Beach, North Dakota ...........