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January 22, 1942     Golden Valley News
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PAGE EIGHT THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS t ( THURS., JANUARY 22, 1941 FAR1VIEItS AR,E ELIGIBLE TO GET NEW TIRES Farmers are eligkble to apply for DeI&apos;IISSIOD tO obtftiD new tils Or tubes, for their farm iDlements and fur Cracks used t',, carry food pro- ducts t<) mark,:tv., the Nor] 1)akt,ta USDA Defense board Ires been in formed Ru'mers are eligible to apply fo- tires or tub, for farm tractor5 or (A,her farm implemefIs for %'l]ich they are essential, or for trucks which carry larm products m,d foods o nmxket. Tires or tribes may not be btained for trucl which transport STARTS THURSDAY MORNING BASKETBALL 00EACH HIGH BELFIEE9 HIGH FRIDAY EVENING, JANUARY 23rd BEACH HIGH GYM- Preliminary game This is a conference game ,:,,,, ,,,.,,.**:: o ,,o ,,,:m,o o.- a K'ac" ,u'eyers =t'es o:,z.: iowa. North and 3ouh Dakota. ANNUAL BUSINESS MEETLNG TRINITY LUTHERAN ELECTS :.umer. Tires or tubes may not be I 1I hqd t:'av-cd ,'xfpnah'-'.v cw,,:, ii obt;uned for any purpo_ ' LIlIIPss they ] " , tli ",I "vsl i[. IIIOS O[ the Uni:ed S:a's apd C'>.t- The First Congregational church o[ Trinity Lu!heran ehurci, Sentin ,:-. ,o b, ,,-.,',,nte*, in,,,,:i:,'.,,ly...in _,t ! |Olld [}lilt|| <* > l,: l,e on,..,,ed :,, ,>, u, =ech held its annual buine meet-mtte elect,.,d ti, e fol!owing new off , " 9 Army v;nl Company O 4ill EP,:meers ,cops at the annual meeting la: Word ha. been reettvod here by the! :,nd v,f<; t:31lsf':l.,:: o-czrcoAv :ll(l. f,<l- ]nz on Tu'2sday, January 13th, at the Thursday: Otto Nordin, trustee. Ne ,<,l[ {}!! i)1:r diiierollt froll|:s and was church. Officers elected were: Trust- Waldal and Sivert Tvedt. deacon-' 5,!::rshall 5,fi!kT fam:!v of the arr!v ,l Alilwuah no: cq:h'elv, uv,'xwt't.,t with lhe ar,nv of (wcu!muon F G'.r- r,,s, tL,, ", R s and Lvl2 Bsker: F!n-J. g. Johnstone, secretary; and F. I of a 6 lb. 9 oz. baby dAll2htt?l'. Bet'- OV.'llla [O his ;tJAl!< co;(i!rlOll for .qO.Dl, llla.ily, l'cg( iV :.lie ',IAI ilOltOl'J h [ [{ . -; - 'rlv Jean a th, ha my of Mr. au:l tim'c p, as[. neons of the paasing of ,,v,p,,< m 1919. ::'.:co  ouml. 'ec, Kernfit Still. 5{  Waldahl. ireasln'er. Obher oTficer .. . xhose terms have not expired are I . l,vb i:.k:'r a:'d Mrs;. 5Iarmm Br:.id-.n- tt. Olson, trutee; John Ber:L t:tee M,s. Beverley Dicker::on m AtLm!a John William aaci, Myer< c:]llle qq ,J.'k w t:; a ,,j od f.t'hcr u-t k u. h:kt: T:, a"ure,:, Z!:-:. 1k.:: co: SAn-and John tIaugen deacon. (ia. Ol] Friday, Jalll:.l'y l{7,th 5,I:A :t g!'P4I shoe|{ [0 hie llRany fl-icYIJs, ti,' hllsb'lI]d, a real nei'Thl)oF /tlt(t ;/ iI'l[''ll,t,2!S: Cleft'. At.Ally C. Ie;_:e: Cboir-,The Ladies. aid of the eongl-a.ga/tio' Dieker.<on was formerly BoNy Miller lm:vsed t,.wa- a:, the Ve,eran t{.',fit.d friend and :o know h;m Inctnl t',.<er. Mr.< Pafih Me>ke: S::P:q':ntcn-'elected the fallowing officers for 1,942 of tills city. Mother and baby are at St Cloud. Mmn. where he hut like him. He, had a hearty greet!n,, bot'a getting along nicely which will been conhned for some time. }U.s for ill. He was *,he [V!cv TM who loved 'deal or Sunday school, Mrs. Charles'Mrs. B. M. Hogoboom, president; Mr b,good news Lo Betty's many friends sans Ch'de, P',<,'. V'u'ne and Robert - iHo]steh: F:owe:" commi,tee, Mrs. Min-Win. Gardner, vice president: Mr: here. " i!s world ap_d all tha was in it. and ] nie Johnson, Mrs. J. Clayton Russell. Ted Rink secretary; and Mrs. O. Gig of this county went to St. Cloud t:)wa s often heard to renmrk that "Life/h"<i attend tie imwral services from is swee{ a its worst and I shall hate Neud.eek;A' C.organist,Mogle Mrsand w.Mrsc. EmmaBoyd; stad, treasurer. ........... - were the body was taken to Fort to die when ':'he time comes." Anq Pianist, Mi June Mills. Snelling, Minn.. where it xwas laid ':o all who knew him realize that the CARD PARTY { Dickinson's Big 9 Sale SOME OF THE OUTSTANDING BARGAINS 3 x 6 ft. window shades, made of special crepe texture, fabric will not crack or fray, green  or ecru colors Extension curtain r(is, extends from 27 to . 48 inches, brass finish Lock-knit dish cloths, 3 for ....................... C ,, , , , Chinese hand made lace doilies in oval. ob- long and square shapes-sizes as large as 8 x l 12, 2 for ................................. Plaid Canon turkish towels' 7 x 36 inch, sp- . eeial for this event __ Return address envelopes. 2 pkgs ............. Oil- Loose leaf note book paper, 40 sheet I05 x t[ 8 inch side, 2 for ................................... Onward pencil tablets, 75 sheets in 8 x 10 lll inch size, 2 for ................................ Rainbow colored paper tablets, 200 sheets an-  ruled, 3'/.,x5% size, 2 for ........ Paper '- ay doilies in colors, 8a4.x13:V size ...... pac Embossed paper naplins, 4 colors to kate 80 count Vi-Jon hospital antiseptic, 6 oz. bottle Sta-Bac Brltiantine, 6 oz. bottle ,,,,,, ,,, , = t ,,, 9c Sta-Bac curl set, 6 (,.bote Vi-Jon oily nail polish remover with olive  oil, 31/ oz. bottle-7 .......... , m0oth hand lotion with olive oil ,tLle ............... r. .- \\;;-Jon ha.d balm, 3:4 oz. bottle ......... Precision Razor blades-,--BBthin double edge, finest steel. 10 for ........ Hardwood clothes pins, 3 dozen ............................ .... f p AEROWAX, no rubbing, sel olishing liquid rest with military honors, under the flag which he honored in times of peace and fough,t for it in time of war. He was nearing his 79th birti]- day at the time of his passing. John William Myers was born Feb- ruary 4th, 1863. at Tabo, Lalayetz, e County, Missouri. where he lived witS his widowed mother, his fat,her, a civil war v,.teran, i]aving died in lg61 !mtriotie aeal he alays displayed was cI the type which is a vahmble as- s(t to our natron today. Surviving are his widow and seven . J children. Earl who is with the Pacff:e: fleet off Honolulu. Clyde. laage, Verne and Robert of this vicinity, Virginia Moore of Wibaux. Mont., and HarraL Pndergast of Wolf Point Mont. The community joins in extending sym- In 1886. Jack. as he was familiarly pathy to the bereaved relatives. ! known, came to Inwood. Iowa. were ] he met and married Clara Hodgso, THANK YOU on January 7,th. 1888. They made their The Garden Club wies to take I hme at Sioux Falls, S. Dak.. until this opportunity to thank he friends 1910. when they came by immigrant who assisted by their attendanre and car to Golden Valley County, He other kindnesses, wi*ah tle program filed on a homestead in Sentinel hel at the Court House last Thurs-i" township, where his widow And young- day est son still reside. "]She sum of eleven dollars ($11.00) Jack had a hobby of running he was Peceived and turned over to M. J. steam threshing engines, and operated Tobias. County Chairman of the Red machines in Kansas Nebraska Miss- Cros. T00OMP00ONS fOOD MARI00[I We Deliver ** Phone $5 CHOCOLATE GEMS ..... 2 pkgs. 19c PEANUT BUTTER .... 2 lb. jar 33c BRAN FLAKES, IGA ..... 2 pkgs. 19c Honeysuckle Toilet Soap .. 6 bars 2% COOKIES, Asst. plain .... 2 lbs. 2% -7..7-.7 qi.00 35% v-,o,, .o.o ,. o,..o. !:o, "9 PIGS FEET ............. pt. jar 22c Sc I I ,, 9C L-ETTUCE, Solid ..... per head 10c Dinl]er was served at noon to a u'ge number of members and friend< I There will be a card party at tb xcellent reports were made from all I Alpha school house on Saturday nigh' departments and a time of real fel-IJanuary 24, with all proceed to g( lowship was enjoyed during the af-lto the Red Cross. Everybody is el, ternoon, come. Lunch is free. HOG MARKET I WILL BE AT THE Wibaux Stock Yards all Day Friday January 23rd, 1942 AND WILL BE THERE EVERY FRI. THEREAFTER TO RECEIVE, WEIGH AND PAY CASH FOR ALL HOGS DELIVERED TO ME THE FOLLOWING PRICES GUARANTEED TO YOU FOR THIS FRIDAY Top Butcher Hogs, 180 to 250 lbs Medium Heavy Hogs, 260 to 280 lbs Extra Heavy Butchers, 300 to 400 lbs. I,ight Lights, 100 to 180 lbs. Top Light Sows, 250 to 350 lbs. Med. Wt. Sows, 350 to 400 lbs Heavy Sows, 400 and up 10.25 per cwt 10.00 per cwt 9.65 per cwt 10.15 per cwt 9.00 per cwt 8.50 to 8.75 per cwt 8.25 to 8.50 per cwt Last week guarantee was $10.00 but $10.50 war paid on delivery Friday. Wanted a few good horses if priced right. Write me what you have -- at Wibaux JACK BALLARD | | |  DELICIOUS | | | ,a_  ([" "" Co mb.-Fancy | |  I" E x'Fancyand"C" | U |  40lb. box 1.49 i i ORANGES, 10 lb. bag 3 /i dozen or more ....... , .... 5%" V01 TI: trace l;har duri a 2') .sehc nla d win min the the was fou: whi in the for .q I, e g e: e m 8 n wax. 6 oz. can ............................ Skirt Or pants hangers, Varnished hardwood, CARROTS es' " -" 12 inch, inside padded, locking hook ....... 9C , ......... 2 bunch 13c CANDY | MACARONI or -=. VAN CAMP MILK | " ................  !| Peanut Squares SPAGHETTI | Crystal glass ash trays, retie rests, easy to clean, 2 for ....... ,= .............. ' E_m; ' " ........ ' ........... ua 0 ai,tl " 2 lbs. 25c .| 5 lb. box 27c | Xitchea Tool's, many come with rang-up red 3- 14'/ oz. cans 25c 97c z. [!i[ - - - " ' " handles, included for this low price are cake T turner, peelers, measuring, mixing and bast- Red Beans,. ...... 20 o i cans 25c i I -'! ' ,ng spoons, spatulas, batter whips, potato , AEROWAX WAFFLE SYRUP - ' 9t: PAR SOAP,.. " pkg 59c " I " mashers, strainers, wooden spoons, 2 cup 9C 3 Z }i No rubbing. | Sta,ey's .... fl0ur. ....... sifters,, ...... each ................. ; ...........................,. ] _ Remnant pieces of 80x80 count, fast colored ...... 50 OZ. i| Pints 21c 1 gal. can 89c | " * ' STARCH Peni ,... i 'X 6be " '{ prints, c0m early as these won t last long "- * I ,, i I I , ' -- ..... " " 9(} .... ",, Corn or Gloss i VALENTINE CANDY IS HERE i LargeSi range salt and pepper shakers,  , - ' ,,,ew on_red.recta! toPs.. : ................................... , ck lb be _- 91: l'ory FI s 121/ 24c - ' | Big scrub brushes .............................................. R[Y D STOR[S, Special While qu-antities last, grey enamelware 9(} ake or Snow oz. i 21/.,,, qt qt sauce pans ........ ' ' ' other outstanding bargains on this sale not Northern Tissue 4 25c -" early as quatities are limited a[ ....... We Phone 75 1 these low prices [] SAT Next Saturday Night Veterans of Foreign Wars SUNDAY GRIFFIN AND <!i f