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February 17, 1944     Golden Valley News
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PAGE FOUR THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS Thursday, Feldi~fiar~ 17, 1944' I AUX NEWS M~ Fred Rtlnecke, Cot Mrs. Ray Scammon entertained her mewing club Tuesday afternoon. Rdehard Douthlt Is home on fur- lotigh fro~ Farragut, Idaho. Miss Florence Keys is here from ]~Ulings visiting her parents. Mrs. Earl Tennant was hostess to tile American Legion Auxiliary Friday evening. At Red Cross l~'iday Mrs, Dave McOatm and Mrs. P. Fischer served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Rinehart Mueller spent Friday here visiting rela- tlves. Mrs. John WOod spent a few days at Bismarck last week re- turning Fflday. Mrs. Frank Efta left Saturday for Topeka, Kansas for medical treatment. The Royai Neighbors met Wed- Itesday evening at the Commercial Club rooms. Mr, and Mrs. Ross Bixby and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Payne and Marlin were in Glendive Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Fesenmaier arrived Saturday from Eau Claire Wls-, to visit their daughter. Mrs. Mylon Barclay was hostess to the Catholic Daughters at the home of her mother, Mrs. Efta, Thursday evening. A group of girls surprised Miss Shirley Bixby Monday-evening on her birthday. Cards were played and a gift presented by the girls. T. J, BUshel. old time resident of W'ibaux, passed away February 7th and t~aneral services were held at Helena February 10th .and inter- ment there also. Ben Zinda passed away February %h at the N. P. hospital after an operation and funeral services were held at the Catholic church Thurs- day morning and interment in the local cemetery. The Glendive B squad and Wi- baux played here at Wibaux Fri- day with a 'score of 45-28 in fav- or of Wibami. Wednesday Oolva and Wlbaux had a game with a score of Golva 23 Wlbaux 35. Business callers in Beach Sat- urday were: Mrs. Ed Turnquist, Mrs. Guy Hall, .Mrs. Fred Reinecke, Mr. and Mrs. George Sommerfeld and son. Mlckey Dunn and daught- er and Mrs. Joe Ostoj and son. The Sunnyvale Homemal~ers Club had their social meeting at the Ohnstades home Wednesday evening with a pot luck dinner served to the members and their families. W'nist was played during the evening with prises going to Mrs. Joe Nix, Pete Smith, Martin Ohustad and Mrs. M. E. Smith. H I . nl ROSE- Theatre Calendar GLENDIVE, MONTANA CURRENT WEEK NOW SHOWIN(]~-- "SO PROlYDLY WE HAU.*' starring Ciatldette Colbert, Paul- ette Goddard ,m~i Veronica lake. The first fearless story of Am- erlca's women In Uniform,at the fighting frontl Tnree brtlli~mt stars .... brinzing you all the romance, excitement, laughter and herioc sweep, of our Ameri- can girls under fire! OWL SHOW SAT. 11:30 P. M. SUN. MON. TUF~,--- "MR. LUCKT" starring Cary Grant and Lar- raine Day with Charles Bick- ford and Oiadys Coolc~r~, Here's the lift you've been looking forl Romance with the zing of spring .... as a lucky gU~ ~th ~- ~dng to lose meets a g~rl who has everything .... ~t love! ~J .{ Wq~D~AT "B~)OKIES IN with Allan Carney Brown; It has la~lg~. 'action, s~ and dialogue with ,, punch variety, OPENING NEXT THUI~- '%ZT~8 FACE IT" with Bob Hope and Betty l~utton UPTOWN THEATRE FRIDAY SATURDAY-- ~ - Dick Foran in "SONG OF PlUS Robert Lowery In "A SCREAM IN THE DARK" AlS0 Chapter No. 9 of "DARE. DEVILS OF .THE ~?EST" E. Turnqulst, W. Smith and Stanley Trollope attended a Triple A meeting at Miles City Tuesday and Wednesday. The Christian Fundamental Lad- ies Aid was entertained Thursday afternoon at the club house by Mesdames Hugh Baird, Ed Sher- man, Will Welsh and Thos. Lynn, The following program was pre- sented by Mrs. P. Fischer, 4g piano solo, "The Doll Dance," by Mrs. Glenn Scammon, a reading by Mrs. Bertha Stipek, piano solo "Snow Flakes Falling," by .Mrs. M. P. Ost- by, a song by Mrs. Ralph Baird and a game. Lunch was then served by the hostesses. Those who attended the Beach Lions Club Ladies Night at Beach Monday evening were the follow- ing: Mr. and Mrs. Briedenfeld, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Scammon, Mr. and Mrs. Mylon Barclay, Mr. and Mrs. W; Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Lo- well Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. S. So- Roy Sands, Mr and Mrs. Ros- verson, Mr. and Mrs. Waylm Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinecke, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Marcus, Mr, and Mrs. Ed Turnquist, Mr. and Mrs. Gu4~ Hall, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fasch- lng and W. Howard, V~ TROTTERS NEWS Burneal Nellermoe visited the Trotters school on Friday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Robertson and Audrey and the Kyle Sperry fam- ily were Sunday dinner guests at the Bob Stevens home. Mr. and Mrs. John AnderSon, parents of Mrs. P. V. Moore, de- parted on SaCurday for their home near Fargo, after spending almost three months at the P. V. Moore home, We experienced a bit of North Dakota winter on Thursday and Friday of last week. On Friday the mercury dropped to 26 below on our thermometer, which reminded us that we're still livingin North Dakota. The teacher and pupils of the Trotters school enjoyed a Valentine party at the schoolhouse on Fri- day afternoon. The children pre- sented a little Valentine program after which games were played and finally the Valentines were distri- buted to all. The children were given a ~reat of cookies and candy by their teacher. ~-V Frank Kyle and Joe Baker spent the day at Baker Saturday. Mrs. John Sliper was a guest at the Christ Sherva home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Stark and Doris were supper guests at the Bert Hudson home Sunday. Mrs. Paul Bowen has spent the past week at the hospital at Beach. During her absence M~key visft- ed at the Cordon Rustad home. Mrs. Bud Knutson visited her husband at Beach Friday. She re- turned home Saturday morning with Mrs. Bart~ Mrs. Anna Dahl and Charles Banderob were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Pat Plummer Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Ciaud Baker and l family and Fred Rumsey werel supper guests at the Joe BakerI home on" Friday evening. The high school and grade boys" basketball teams went to Sentinel B~tte Friday night. Both Ollie teams won the final scores. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Hudson and family of Baker visited at the Bert Hudson home from Thursday until Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Virgil Knutson spent the day at Beach Friday and had den- tal w0i~k Oooe., I~ and Bud IO~t~,~ re~ur~,d~.~ Ollie Satur- day with Mrs. B~ " :~ M~ ~nd. M~rg. Lawrence ~Morrt- their home in town p~v ~ ~z ~ John Strom- me farm. ~ " ~ ~ shop ~,~ and ~d~_ughtem at weekend at her home, returned to Baker with him. M~ ~o~ D~in~ spent the week end a h~'~r~ Dealing, who brought her St~lday, Waft g1~ OVorl~ ~ it the Joe Baker ]~me, betas, of the impassible roads and snow storm. He returned home MoP,ray morning~ The Women's Missionary Society met at the home of Mrs. Charles lunch a~tter, ~e devotior~al business session. "~ the the has gatu been the mid-winter conference was held at Rev and Mrs. Kenny and Ottie ~ of Beae~ also ~ttendad. Mr. and Mrs. Claud Baker en- tertained the following guests Sun- day in honor of Fred Rumsey: Mr. and Mrs. George Cox and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Baker, and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and Joan. The Farmers Union held an all day school at the IOOF hall Fri- day. Due to bad roads however the attendance was small. Mrs. Anna Dahl of Plentywood and Charles Banderob of Huntley were the speakers. Mrs. Norman Rost spent several days last week with her daughter, Mrs. Thos. Ferrel, and family at Baker. Mr. Rost went to Baker for her on Sunday. Mrs. Lug Nor- man, who spent the week end at her home, returned to Ollie with them. Fred Rumsey of Dover, Minne- sota, arrived at the Claud Baker home Tuesday nigst ,o visit for two weeks with his sister. Mrs. Baker, and family, He was an overnight guest at the George Cox home Thursday and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Baker on Saturday. V CARLYLE NEWS Joan Har~a. Roporfr Bud Stoner was a Sunday din- ner guest at the Chas. Fulton home. Annie Storkel is a patient at the Glendive hospital. Jerry O'Connor is a patient in the Baker hospital. W. O. Neary hauled hogs to Bak- er for Clarence Blair Thursday. Cpl. Walter E. Krueger was a supper guest at the Melvin Hartse home Wednesday evening. Jim Oannon of Wibaux was a visitor in Carlyle Monday and Tuesday of this week. W. L. Hammond and daughter, Dorothy were Beach callers on Tuesday. Melvin Hartse and Harold Ful- ton were business callers in Baker Tuesday. Mrs. Julia Flsk and son. Eugene: were dinner guests at the H. B. Fisk home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Bryson of Ollie were business callers in Car- lyle Monday afternoon. Dave Lunder, Ed Pederson and Bud Still were business callers in Baker Thursday afternoon. Clayton Loop was a caller at the Melvin Hartse home Wednesday evening. Rueben Tinkey of Flanders, South Dakota. is spending a few days.at the Victor Feragen home. Cpl. Walter E. Krueger was a supper gues~ at the W. L. Ham- mond home Thursday evening. Harold Fulton and Herman Barg- feld, Jr., were in Baker on busi- ness Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Jas- Gannon entertained two tables of whist Tuesday evening in honor of Mr. Crannon's birthday. Mr. and Mrs Roger Sanford and family were callers at the Dave Lundin home Saturday afternoon. " Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cannon were Sunday afternoon callers at the H. B. Fisk home. Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Vanatta, Bud Stoner and Gwendolyn Fulton spent Saturday evening at the Dave Lundin home. After spend a few days a~ home Iray Krueger returned to the Clin- ton Knudson home where he is ~mployed. Word has been received in Car- lyle that Neis Rode *and Joe Harp are now employed in Southern CaN ifornla. Victor Feragen, Reuben Tinkey, and Melvin Hartse were Beach, Wi- baux and Glendive business shop- pers Monday. Oscar Krueger left Tuesday for Jamestown where he will attend school for the next thz~e or four months. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Fulton receiv- ed high and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Martin received low scores. A.love- ly lunch was served at midnight. Bud Stoner of the U. S. Navy re- turned to Carlyle Saturday after- noon on a leave, enroute to South Dakota to visit 'h~s father. :Harold Fu!ton, Jean Hartse and cpl: w~ter z~eu,er, ~eta w~r Rosie I~,O~ were Saturday ev- ening guests at the Lornie owens honle lri Mammm. ~. ~u~k MoDevitt was called to the Clifford Quale home to he~p ~e o~e ~if .~e. ~ufle boys is a l~tieI~,(at ~he ~Olendlve hOSpital for an operation for appendicitis. A wedding carriage drove through the city streets the other dayI carrying a bridal couple. I Inscribed tn chalk on the back] wer the WOrds: 'Result of Care. [ less Talk." ] WANT ADS TWO CENTS PER WORD PER ISSUE If you wemt to buy or sell somoEalng: if you need help or want a Job. you can ge! resul~ from Now~ Want Ad~. No ad accepted for la~ than 25c per insertion. A s~rvice chargo of 25c will be made for "%lied" ad~. FOR SALE-- Sewing Machine-- Joe Dobrowskl, Beach 31-2tp 'OR SA~LF.--Fresh Milk cows-- Ed Feldmann, Beach, 21-1tp FOR SAL~od Duroc Jersey Berkshire cross bred sows. Edwin Buldhaupt, Beach. 21-tfc LOST--Car chain between Beach and Golva. Reward if returned to A. J. Streitz, Golva. 20-2tp FOR RENT -- Furnished modern apartment. Anderson A p a r t- ments, Beach. 20-2tp FOR SALE -- Purebred Hereford bull: 4 milking Shorthorn cow~, 2 milking. Fred Nistler, Sentinel Butte. 20-2tp FOR SALE--14 ft. Case drill with power lift: one two-bottom Oliver plow. Lloyd Weinreis, Golva, N.D. 20-4tp PUREBRED CATTLE SALE--Wil- liston, N. D., March 8. conducted by Fred Reppert, nationally known aucfiioneer. 20-4tp FOR SALE--One registered Short- horn bull calf, 13 months old. dark roan. See or write Kouba Brothers, Alpha. 20-2tp FOR SALE--Peoria 10 ft. Double disc drill in good shape M.A. Finneman, Phone 5F22, Golva, N. Dak. 21-5tc FOR SALE--Sflvertone radio with B batteries, good as new. John Brettin, phone I7F20, Beach, N.D. 20-Ztp STRAYED--A yearling whiteface Hereford steer, branded DX on right hip. Information leading to recovery will be appreciated. J. J. Johnstone, Se~atinel Butte. 20-1tp FOR SALE--160 acres of farm land, some buildings, well fenced and good well; also 150 acres of graz- ing land, all fenced. Matt Deck- er, Sentinel Butte 21-3tp FOR SALE---1 1-~ H. P. Interna- tional pump engine; 1-4 H. P. Briggs & Stratton washing ma- chine engine; also some good seed oats. Henry Thoemke, Beach 21-2te WEATHER FORECASTS--We have a limited number of Ben Huset's 1944 weather forecasts. These should be of special interest to farmers and stockmen. Golden Valley News office. 18-tf USED CARS--We have a few used cars for sale: 1941 Plymouth coupe; 1941 tudor Ford; 1942 Deluxe Plymouth coupe. You do not need a certificate in order to buy any of these cars. Dakota Implement Co. 20-tfc FOR SALE--A number of choice Guernsey and Holstein heifers. They are all from high producing milch cows Can be seen at the Dr. Johnstone farm 10 miles straight south of Beach. I.W. Christensen, mgr, 18-4tp A Valentine party was held at the home of Ruth and Roddie Kin- i ball, southwest of town, Monday evening. The Otterbeln Guild met at the United Brethern parsonage for ~heir monthly business meeting, with lunch served at 6 o'clock. At 7 o'clock the boys of the Christian Endeavor joined the girls and Roy. and Mrs, Kenny at the parsonage. From there they went out to Kim- balls. Comes were the main diver- sion of the evening. A delicious lunch was served at 10:30, after which the guests departed for their homes. V One of the big winter stories come from the Kouba boys who spent the. greater part of Monday night shoveling snow and attempt- ing t~.reach, f~$oIva from the farm near Alpha. Driving home from Golva with a "truck load of-feed late in the afternoon, they found the road so. good that ed to drive to-Beach for the party. Starting out with a car, they found that the road drifted in with he&vy0 fresh snow and they spent about four hours shoveling and fighting au0w drifts between their f~n ~ - reaching Beach only in time joy a few dances." Tl~e way to reform WATC Flexo New I "Political ownership or manage-1 "No, Reverend, you'll not christert ment of business, or agriculture, orI my baby," declared a stalwart commerce, has no place in our free worker from a shipyard. "Religion economy, and the public interest or no religion, no one is going to does not require it."--Gov. Bricker, hit young John over the head witlz Ohio. I a bottle." I FREE JOHN ERE BE REGARDLESS of the make of tractor and equipment, you own, you'll get mighty valuable tips on caring for and servicing it ~ tips that may save money, time and crops for you during the coming years. You'll see servicing pictures on tractors, mowers, com- bines and other equipment, plus a ten.minute newsreel of war and home-front scenes Plan.. NOW... to attend dais free show as our guest. Bring a car full. Don't let your neighbors ~ you "You sl~ould have been there." Beach, Feb. 21st Startnng at 1:30 P. M. At the Bijou Theatre There Will Be Two Shows If Necessary This Show is Being Sponsored by the-- Dakota Implement Ca. Agents and Distributors of John Deere Implements and Repairs FRANK HAIGH, Manager BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA' I F~er ho~ per hundred. . . . $!~W-~ ........ ~t~ - - $9.50 to SlLo .... ~o:~ under 140 lbs. bought at $9.1)0 ~ve: