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February 17, 1944     Golden Valley News
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iI ~ PAGE EIGHT It I il I [ THE GOLDEN VALLE'.'Y NEWS tel Itlllll I Thursday, February 17, Girl'S Basketball Benefit Dance Friday, February 18th Good Music Adm. 75c-25c Included Sentinel :]utte Basketball Game With Bq :~ The young la0Aes of Beach hen- ' /I ored Mrs. Kenneth Noyes Tuesday T O CA L ~ !/I~evening when the Sewing Club i .... ' |lmet ~t the H. A. Blair home. . ~k~T ]1.1.1~[~ (~ ', |'~ Harold Halstead, who as in ser- ~.W 1.9 TV ~J/, J Jv'ibe camp at Douglas, Arizona is .... ' []en'j0ying a furlough at home with :: - - " t k : u' ~ '~elatives and friends. Items el interest p e ea p i ........ here and there bY our N~, ! . &~Ixon Macuougali wen~ ~o Wah- [~p~rter~urWeew~:ei~lw~fe a , peton Thursday night where he will attend to business matters and PHONE 39 ~' visit with friends, for the week. "" r Mr. and Mrs. I~ J. Algulre left EVANGELISTIC MEETINGS Mrs. R. W. Johnson entertained ,for Minneapolis Monday morning the Senior Bridge club at her 'home to attend the Orainmen's conven- r I ' tics. on Thursday afternoon. Raymond Noyes, Guy Cox and Mrs. L. J. Alguire entertained the Knute Farstveet went to Minnea- Past Matrons at her home on Wed-~ peas Monday morning to attend nesday afternoon of 'last week.. ~: the Farmers Union convention held Thelma Porter was a caller m :here this week. Dickinson Monday. Jessie Weber! The Birthday Club held their accompamed her to Dlckins~n ,~ " : . ~ 1 me~ting at the home of Bob Zooks. If you are moving m the ngn~l " , Saturday, February 5th. Cards dlrect~on .~ou are sure to step on " '' ." were played and a delicious lunch somebody's toes. I was served ~*-~ ~-,,mond Noves and Mrs ~ "__ ~ .~ ~. ............... ~ Evangelistic meetings will be held *"*~ "~'J - ' "i rrea W. J~UCK O1 .ILJa(1Oga, .LIl(llall~i~ | ......... ] Kenneth Noyes were business vie- in renewin his subscri tion to fl~e/ at tne ~urst Lu~;neran ~nurcn De- " g P ' " T itors in Glendive on Tuesday. Golden Valley News wished tot ginning next uesday, February Mr. and Mrs. John Keohane leftI greet all his-old friends in this~ 22, at 8 P. M., and continuing eacht last week for California where theyI commmlitv ~ evening closing on ~unday. Rev. I will visit with their sons Dan, "" ! P. A. Nordsletten of Minneapolis,] PFC Floyd Braden arrived home[ ~turday on a furlough. Floyd isI being transferred from camp at 1 Los Angeles,. California to Indian-I town Gap, Mfl. Res. Pa. t Chas. Carlson went to Minnea-[ )olis Saturday with a car load of] sheep belonging to T. E. Hudson which Mr. Hudson was shipping to market. The Social Hour Club will meet on Tuesday afternoon, February 22nd at the home of Mrs. Frank Huber. There will be a George: Washington program. John H. Nunn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Audman Nunn of Medora, re- ceived his silver wings when he recently graduated as a Second Lieutenant from the Pecos, Texas, AAF Advanced Two-Engine Pilot School. He completed a course in training in twin-engine aircraft and was aasigned to Pecos from the Minter Field, California. John is a former student of the Sentinel Butte high school. end Capt. J. P. Keohane. Norris Mote, brother of Curtis Mott, arrived in Beach Saturday from his home in Audubon, Minn., and will remain here to work. Mrs. John Jasmer of Winona, Minnesota arrived Tuesday morn- lag for a short visit at the Henry Thoemke farm east of Beach. Vera Helm of Plattevflle, ~onsL,~ arrived last week to at- tend the !~ral services for her ~randfath~r:: Henry Geyer. Mrs. Fred Speigelberg went to Bismarck the latter part of last ~kto visit with her daughter and ~erlyn ~ncent was a business ~r in Miles City, Monday. He returned home Monday evening on the bus. Welch with the Greater North ~R0t~ Asocietion, was a Beach visitor on Tuesday enroute to Golva for a meeting sponsored by J. L. Tschida and other com- munity leaders. [[ It i IN OUR SERVICE FLAG AND WE'RE PROUD OF EVERY ONE A Washington's Birthday Message JUST a year ago we paid richly-earned tribute to the 3400 Penney people who had gone off to the'war. Today, the number of stars has grown to 5250. And today, again at Washington's Birthday, we honor and salute them t From every Penney store in America, men have sgone to man the Army's guns--to sail the Navy's h~ps~fly the Air ~orces' planes. Hundreds have won citations for thew accomplishments and medals forbravery in combat. Just as an rexample--one small stem in the Pacific No~wst has produced two outstanding heroes. The ~i.has been awarded the Purple Heart, the Air '-~ and the D. F. C., three times. The second has almi~n the D: F. C, taking part in no fewer than Minn., will be the speaker Rev.[ Nordsletten has had many yearst of experience as a pastor, serving at Irene, South Dakota, Jewell,[ Iowa, and at Wallingford, Iowa. / For the past few years he has[ travelled continually as an evange-l list. It is a generally accepted fact that the nation's greatest need is a stronger moral stamina. George Washington, speaking of the neces- sity of morality for a country's well-being and preservation, said: "There can be no morality without religion." These special meetings to which all are invited offer an unusual opportunity for strength- ening the inner life. At the first meeting, on Tuesday evening, Rev. Nordsletten will speak on the topic, "The Revival We Need." By hearing this message one will get a better understanding of the purpose and aim of these meetings. On Wednesday evening the topic will be "Lot, the Drifter." Members of other churches are welcome to attend and share in the inspiration of these meetings as well as folks with no church af- filiation. Robert Hardy is home on a short furlough from camp at Huron South Dakota. A-C Justin Dykens is also home on leave from Ottum- wa, Iowa, where he is taking naval aviation training. Friends of T. M. Leverson, the genial manager of the Northwest- ern Telephone Co., will be sorry to learn that he has been a patient in the hospital for the past week with an attack of influenza. Chester Gas came to Beach, Fri- day, from Terry, Montana to re- of theJe boZs. We are proud of all associates In umform. We still think of each and every one of them as part of their Penney ~re~ - no matter where the call of duty hal taken them, or how long they may he away. lEugene Will of the Beach Red Owl Store, has received word that a nephew, Lt. Neff D. Quast, is missing in the South Pacific. Lt. Quast was in the aerial transport service and has not been heard from since February 2nd. Glen Snow arrived home fromt Wisconsin, where he has been I working for some time, SaturdayI evening. Glen came home to takeI his examinat2on for induction : in- / to the service, leaving Beach Tues- / day morning, with eight others, to take his exam at Fort Shelling. A number of Beach basketball fans went to Glendive Saturday evening to witness the games be- tween Billings and Glendive, and between Glendive and Beach. In the latter game, the Beach boys lost to Glendive, making it a game each for the season. Robert Schallock S2-c arri,ced in Beach from Farragut, Idaho Thurs- day morning to spend a two weeks leave with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Garhart Schallock. Jessie Weber and Thelma Porter were callers in Bismarck Tuesday of last week. While there they vis- ited with Ray Hamlin, who is patient at the hospital in Bismarck They report that he is getting alon~ nicely. E.C. Cook, bulk station manager~ for the Standard Oil Co., in Gold- en Valley county, reports that his compa'ny purchased a $1,000 bond in the Fourth War Loan campaign which closed the fore part of this week. The company authorized the purchase of $10,000,000 worth of war securities allocating this amount over its entire operating area. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our friends for their sympathy, floral offerings use of their cars during the illness and the death of our er and grandfather. we thank Rev. Dissen and the l of the St. Paul LUtheran Mr. and Mrs. Andrem and Mrs. Herman Kettner, and Mrs. William Oeyer, I~, Mrs. Ernest Geyer, Mr. an~ Herman Geyer, Mr. and M~ :i use Brockmeyer, Mr. and bert Erdmann, Mr. and Farstveet, and grandchildren great grandchildren. --V~ There's two sides to tion and the astute be found on both of them. main while his father, George Gas, is in the hospital. Mr. Gas went to Glendive Sunday where he en- tered the hospital for an opera- tion and medical treatment. Mr. and MrS. T. E. Hudson of Beach and Mrs. N. G. Hudson "of Glendive went to Sutton, Nebraska a week ago Sunday to visit with Mr. and Mrs. Tommy Hudson. They will be accompanied, upon their return, by Mrs. Tommy Hud- son and infant son, as Mr. Hud- son is being transferred. Stener Ekre, Felix Murphy, Vic- tor Thompson and Hugh Ross were among those called for Federal jury duty at Minot in the recent eases wherein certain .farmers, at- torneys and other business men were being tried for acts of defraud through the use of the Frazier- Lemke law. Ekre and Murphy were the only ones to serve on the jury, the former being foreman. Miss Eleanore Farstveet, daught- er of Mr. and Mrs. Knute K. Fars- tvett won third place in extempor- aneous speaking contest in the an- nual Red River Valley Forsenics tournament held at Concordla Col- lege, Feb. 4th to 6th. Students from nine colleges in four states participated. Topics about the Home Front were drawn. An hour later a speech was given without notes. The first being of debate type and the second as a oration. The problem and its causes had to be given with the best solutions. Miss Farstveet is a senior at Con- cord!a and is majoring in Home Economics and minoring in Chore- FRESH APPLES, SUGAR AND SPICES :28-oz'. "' JAR, (6 PO~NTS) DEPERDOI[ COFFEE, 3"' 59c BAG ' S NIBLET o wHOLE KERNEL CORN (8 POINTS) 20-OZ. (10 pOINTS) DEL MONTE CORN STYLE Z O.OZCANS 26 UNE Z CANSZ ' WIZDOM PEAS .o,olNTS) STYLE (8POINTS) ~ CANS ~1~ VAN CAMP BEANS GETARIAN WIZDOM BRAND $9*OZ- ~l~ CUT--NO GREEN BEANSpoINTS Z CANS--" LIBBrS ~O~O~EmZED ~,-oz. ~ BA~I/t00O " (~ poiNT) CAN LARGE SUNSWEET PRUNES ,,poiNTs) RED OWL 'FLOUR SO-LB. BAG PEACHES- '" Harvest Queen 30-oz. 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