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PAGE FOUR I I THE GOLDEN VALLEY NE~WS Thursday, March 2, 1944~ ilmm Mrs, Harold l~sJOrd was operated {~a Monday at the Beach hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dave McCann spent ~xal days at Dickinson last week. Mrs. Earl Baker returned from Blsm~ck last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Baird were ~ach visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. E Armontrout were callers in Glendive Friday. Mrs: Orland Howard ~'rived Sat- tlrday for a short visit at the W. Howard home. Mrs. Lottie Preiss spent Sunday at Glendtve visiting her new grandson., The Misses Leona Manning, Lona Jean Reinecke and Audrey Howard apent Sunday at Glendive. Randy Meek went to Miles City Monday to attend the basketball game between Wibaux and Circle. Mr. and Mrs. S. Severson left Sunday for Minneapolis. to spend a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Ray Scammon entertained the Lutheran Ladies Sewing Club Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Guy Hall entertained the So and Sew ClulJ Wednesday after nbon of last week. Mrs Tony Efta went to Miles City last week for treatment at the hospital. Roger Oallatian of Beach spent the weekend as a guest of Neal WeL~h. The Misses Frances Baker and Slmmonson got home last week from Rochester after treat- ment there. A birthday party was given Sat- urday evening by a group of friends ha honor of Mrs. Glenn Seammon at her home. Dan Sutherland spent Sunday at Dickinson visiting his wife, who is taking treatments at the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs, Don Lawrence spent several days last week at Miles City attending the tourna- ment. Mrs. W, Burns and daughter Vir- ginia left Wednesday for Ogden, Utah to visit their son and brother and his wife and new baby son. Mrs. W. Manning entertained one table of contract bridge Wednesday afternoon. Scores were won by Mrs. P. A. Fischer and Mrs. L. I~dtermeyer. Mrs. Ell Schwartz served lunch at Red Cross Friday afternoon. Money taken In during the month of March for lunch and raffles will be given to the Red Cross drive. The Christian Fundamental Ladles Aid was entertained Thurs- day at the club house by Mrs. Mary Scammon, Mrs Glenn Scammon and Mrs. Roland Woodhouse ROSE Theatre Calendar GLENDIVE, MONTANA CERRENT WEEK NOW SHOVING---- "THIS IS THE ARMY" . . Your/ Own Army In The Army's Own Show .. starving MEN OF THE ARMED FORCES with George Murphy, Jos~ lJes- lie, Lt. Rol~dd Reagan and Kate Smith. DON'T MISS IT[ ! t OWL SHOW SAT, 11:30 P. M. SUN. MON. TUES.-- "ABOVE SUSPICION" starring Fred MacMurray and Joan Crawford with Conrad Veldt and Basil Rathbone Get your Goose-pimples Ready be- cause the suspense is terrtffic when moonlight romance runs across midrdg_ht murdert It's romaJace-fllled mysterp WEDNESDAY ONL~-- "3XISTER BIG" starring Donald O'Connor w~th Gloria Jean and Peggy Ryafl. Your merriest moments in months with the nation's young laugh sensation ! THURS, FRI. 8AT.-- "8%VEET ROSIE O'GRADY" starring Betty Grable and Ro,~ bert Young with Adolphe ~-. Jou."*'Its the Musical swee~ of the nation! It's the ~fllarlmm, ~ollicki~, rhyt~m~tcal story Of a "good time" girl . . . In a big time musical[ OPENING NEXT SUN.---~ "THE MAN FROM DOWN UNDER" atarrl~ Charles Laughton and Binnle Barnes. UPTOWN THEATRE Thomas Zabrocki was, in M~es City, last week for medical treat- ment, and also attended the basket- ball tournament. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Meger, Mr. and Mrs. Al Dorzlnsky, l~ul Meger and Eva Grill arrived last week from Minnesota to visit the Efta family. A group of friends gave the Seversons a party Tuesc]~y evening. Whist was played, with~ores going to Mrs. McDonald and C~rl Geni- sot, and Mr~ Dave Baird and Thomas Lynn. The self-invited guests brought a sumptuous lunch, which they serVed about midnight. Mrs. P. A. Fischer entertained the birthday club at a dessert lun- cheon bridge party Thursday eve- ning in honor of Mrs. D. J. Cullen. Scores were won by Mrs, W. Man- ning and Mrs. Cullen. who also received a birthday gift. Mrs. Schendel and Mrs, Reinecke were guests. Those who attended some of the basketball games at Miles City last week were: the Botch brothers, Donald Kramer, Donald Drake, Joe Stefonowich, Shirley Bixby, Shirley Morris, Jeanette Stockwell, Mrs. Roy Amunrud, Mrs. Stanley Trol- lope, Mr. and Mrs. Francis laayne, .Mrs. Wayne Marcus, Mrs. Wallace Scott, Caroline Bair. Joy Drake, Billy Berg, Donald Doyle, Donna Mac Hartse, Jane Owens, Bobby Owens. Mrs. Alice Thompson: Mrs. John Trollope and Ardls. A Red Cross program was given at the high school Sunday after- noon as follows: invocation, Rev. Ooossen; Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag; "Star Spangled Banner" by audience; community singing, led by Rev Goossen; recitation by Violet Preston; song by twelve Junior Red Cross girls; address by Guy Lee, attorney from Beach; solo, "Onward Christian Soldiers" by Mrs, Goossen: a talk on "Home Service" by Mrs, McCarthy of Olendive; and "God Bless America" by the audience closed the program. Ross Bixby spent Monday in Glendive on business. -V 0LLIE NEWS Mrs. Joe Baker, Roporlor Mr. and Mrs. John Stromme also accompanied them to Baker. Mr. and Mrs. Grove Lutts and family visited at the Bert Hudson home Saturday. Mrs. Paul .Bowen returned homel Saturday after spending two weeksI at Beach under a doctor's care. t Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Baker were supper guests at the Joe Baker home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Benny Jesfleld and son were overnight guests at the Henning Steen home Sunday last, Mrs. Ross Cameron and Mrs. Bert Hudson visited Mrs. Annie Wee at her home Thursday. Mr and Mrs. John Stromme visited at the Lawrence Morrisort home Saturday. Mr'. and Mrs. Randolph Perry and family were dinner guests at the Charles SHepherd home on Sunday. Mrs. Josephine Conner and Mrs Bob Corm came up from Baker Thursday with Mr. and Mrs. George Cox to visit at the Joe Baker home. Mrs. Charles MacUer was an over- night guest at the A. J. Jesfleld home Wednesday, and they all went to Baker Thursday. Kenneth Rustad motored to Miles City Saturday and brought Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rustad. who had been there the past week, back to Ollle. Mrs. Gordon Rustad and children spent Friday afternoon at the Everett Plummer home. Mrs. Rus- stad also visited at the Joe Baker home. Ernie Stark and Bert Hudson have been putting up ice during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ernle Stark and Doris ,had dinner at the Hudson home Thursday, Mr. and Mrs. Allie Ferrel and family were overnight guests at the Carl Rost home Friday. Miss Flora Rose accompanied them to Ollie and visited at the Carl Rose home. Mr. and Mrs. Ernte Stark and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson visited Mrs. Rudolph Lutts at the Beach hospital Sund~y. Mrs. Lutts under- went major surgery there Wednes- day and is convalescing satisfac- torily, Arnold Beach and Carl Rg~t took the high school ~ketball boys, their coach, Pat Plummet, and Frank Kyle to Miles City Saturday to attend the basketball bourne- meat. The boys didn't play. but Frank Ridenhower,, who lived here several years, and who has recently been employed on the west coast. was an overnight guest at the Charles Abrams home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wang en- tertained at a family dinner Sun- day in honor of Sgt. Victor Berg. Those present were Sgt. and Mrs. Victor Berg end daughter, Mr, and Mrs. Pat Plummer and Douglas, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thoemke and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henning $teen, Miss Jenny Steen and Mr. m~d Mrs. Fred Steen and family were also supper guests there. --V GOLVA NEWS Pearl Klrkpat~dck, Reporter Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fasching made a weekend trip to Dickinson the past week. Mr, and Mrs. Julius Larsen and family were guests at the Ed Ku- kowski home on Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Sehillo are the proud parents of a baby boy born Sunday morning. Rudy Lorenz left Sunday for Fort Sr~elling, Minn., where he is to take his physical exams before entering the Navy. Mrs. Hans Haukaas returned home from the Beach hospital Sun- day afternoon and reports feeling much better. ] Vlvian Kane had the misfortune last Sunday of hurting her foot while sleigh riding and has spent the past week walking on crutches. Miss Joan Orstad returned to Golva to school on Thursday after being sick the past week with the measles. Mrs. Karnes Johnson and baby daughter, Gaff May have spent the past weeks visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Clarin. Miss Lenora Hartse was taken to the Beach hospital Thursday night suffering from a bad case of pneu- monia. She is feeling much better now. Joe Popiel has bought out the Madison store in Golva and will run a grocery store in the build- ing formerly occupied by the drug store. The Golva girls basketball team made a trip to Wibaux to play Thursday evening of last week, The Wibaux girls won the game, 15-29 being the final score. Miss Hazel Hartse returned home from the Beach hospital Monday of last week. She is feeling much better now and hopes_ to be back to s~hool soon " The new pews for ,St. Mary's Chdrch of Golva arrived Friday, and on the week befox~ a beautiful new set of stations~ was received, which made a great improvement in the church. Those who are interested in the progress of the Boy Scout troop of Golva will find a board in Louis Fasohings' barber shop, showing the many different kinds of knots they have learned to tie. Word has been received here by Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Clarin tl~t their son, Arthur C1arin of the U. S. Army, is now stationed in England. He formerly was station- ed at Camp Tyson, Term. The past week has shown much advancement towards the installing of electric lights In the Golva school. New lighting equipment is being placed in every room and everyone ls happy over the new improvement. Miss Janet Ferguson and brother. George returned Wednesday from Billings, where Miss Ferguson has spent the past few weeks, Miss Perguson will resume her duties at the local depot March 1st. She reports that her mother is feeling much better now. ---V--- =c EYLENEWs( Mr, and Mrs Melvin Hartse were supper guests of Julia Plsk Sunday, Mrs Tom Fulton went to Beach Friday to be with her husband, who is under a doctor's care. Melvin Hartse has been carrying the mail the past week for Tom Fulton. Deep sympathy is extended to Mrs. Bob Caxew in the loss of her moi~her. W. L. Hammond, Ed Krueger and Reese Owens Of Wlbaux attended a ~rexcal banquet and meeting at Glendive Tuesclay night. LeRoy Moline sand Harold Fulton attended a Carter oil meeting at encased watChOL~, the games. Miles City Monday. Lewis ~ entertained Mr, and Mxs. L. R. MoRRe and the Womans M2~ S oclety family, Mxs. Sohroeder of Baker, at her home Friday. World-Wide Lonnle Var~atta, Harold Fulton, and ~eeYer ~ was :~e~wed durf~ Jean Hartse of Carlyle were week- devotior~l ~. A~ter. thelend visitors in Billings from l~- 10~e: of the.:~ a lOVal~Jd~y to Sunday. lunch wu i~;~I~ the hosteu. ~ A John Deere show and dem~no Mr. an~i~E~rett Fltunmer[str~tion was held at the Carlyle received ~ ~ .U~.F that their| Hall Tuesday P. M. A nice crowd son, Fra~qS:~.wi~ is-ha the U. S.I attended. W. L. Hammona served N~vy, ar~ved In the United States| free lunch to the patrons in his Tuesday at~r being overseas morel~)re. than two years. He Is now in Mrs. Chuck 'McDivltt went ~to Oakland, GaUl. and expecta to be Wibaux Friday to he with her ,home on leave very soon. The snow plow was a welcome sl~t Tuesday when it came up from Baker and cleared the roads of snow. Since then nearly every- one in the community has made buslnoss or shopping trips to Beach or Baker after the three weeks of lsolat~oal. The i~gh school girls gave a leap year dancing party at the school Friday evening. The evening was a big success, with the girls uk- tr~ the bo~ to dance and tosupper. A delicious lunnh fsney ~ eak~ end at mtdnlght. brother and slster-In-law, Mr. and Mrs. Irvln Bear, who received word of the loss of a son, the second son lost in action. Deep sympathy is extemted to them, GOLVA HOMEMAKERS TO MEEX The Golva Homemakers will meet on March 9th at the George Geaxey home with Mrs. Goar ey and Mrs. Rudolph Rising as hostesses. Details on the February meeting are not available at this time. Mrs, J. ~chmellng, See, V - ~EVENTH DAY ST. " PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH V. H. Dissen, pastor Dlvine Service 10:30 A. M, Sunday School 11:30 A. M. Ladies Aid meets Sunday, March 5 at 2 P. M. Lunch served at nc~n. Mid-week Lenten Service Wed- nesday at 8 P. M. WANT ADS TWO CENTS PER WORD PER ISSUE If you want to buy or sell something; if you need help or want a job, you can get results from News Want Ads, No ad accepted for less than 2~c per insezflon. A service charge of 25c will be made for "'blind" ads. LOST~Grease gun. Finder please leave at News office. 23-1tp FOR RENT--Bedroom. Mrs. Rube Clark, Beach. 23-1tc FOR SALE---Fresh milk cow. Ro- bert Clarin, Beach 23-1tp FOR SALE--Buffet. Mrs. Catherine Marman. Beach. 23-1tp FOR SALE--1938 Chevrolet truck, long wheelbase. Laurence Bar- thel. Wibaux. 23-lip FOR SALE---Gopher seed oats and six row seed barley. Robert Clarin, Beach. 23-1tp FOR SALE---Crested wheat grass and Bison seed flax. Robert Clarin, Beach. 23-1tp FOR SALE--Bay saddle horse, six years old. 15 hands high, gentle, well broke. O.W. Youells, 23-1tp FOR SALE--Pair of coyote hounds. 1 ~o 3 years old. trained. Robert Ridenhower, Wibaux. 23-2tp WANTED TO BUY--Good second- hand piano. Mrs. Chas. Abrams. Oarlyle, Mont. 23-1tp FOR SALE -- Registered Duroc- Jersey boar. Edwin Buldhaupt, Beach 23-tf FOR SALE--Walsh seed flax, $5 per bushel. J. E. Metes!f, Trot- ters. N.D. 23-4tp FOR SALE---1262 acr~ of fm-m and ranch land with buildings; some cattle, sheep and machinery, A. H, Allen, Sentinel Butte. 23-1tp FOR SALE---1937 Plymouth coach, in good condition, with good tires. See Mrs. Lorenz Schulte or John Schulte, Golva. 23-2tp FOR SALE---5-room modern house, completely furnished with pre- war furnishings. Dr. C. A. Bush, Beach. 23-3tc FOR SALE---1939 Chevrolet truck; John Deere row-crop tractor and three bottom plow Jack Ballard, Beach, 22-tfc FOR SALE--14 ft. Case drill with power lift; one two-bottom Oliver plow. Lloyd Weinreis, Golva, N.D. 20-4tp PUREBRED CATTLE SALE~Wfl- liston, N. D., March 8: conducted by Fred Reppert, nationally known auctioneer. ~0-4tp FOR SALE--Peoria I0 ft. Double disc drill in good shape M.A. Finneman. Phone 5F22. Golva. N Dak. 21-5tc FOR SALE---Two wheel trailer With ten ply tires; International cream separator with new bowl. Ray Brown, Beach. 22-2tp IPOR SALE---Two well broke teams, one pair of geldings and one pair of mares, coming five and six years old. Hans Haukaas, Golva, 22-4tp FOR SALE---U. S. approved, pul- lorum tested chicks. Order early. Leading breeds. Write for folder and prices. Hoffman Hatchery. Washburn, N.D. 22-11tp 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-~ 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-t5c I ~" I [ _ Im ;,,~,~,~ ~,~ .................. Want to learn a skill? WOULD ~OU lke to be a ra- dio ~perator, a ~med ste- nogr&pher, an airplane me- chanic, tm expert driver? In the Women's &rmy Corps you have a charles to get vahm- ble Army tralnlng--trslnhlg that may pave the way to bigger pay, better Jobs after the war. TODAY find out about all the WAC offers yow--4he interest- ing jobs, the chances to meet new people and see new plae~ and to help your country. APPLY at any-U. S. Army Re- eruiUng Statlom Or write: The Ad~tant General, 4415 Moni- tions B/d~ W~ D. C. (Women in eseentlal war k~m- ~ ha~ r~l~ '.~ employer or the U. 8, ere I ,Joo Ma,sh Lem Martin's dog went on a rampage last week..~illed four of Ed Carey's best hens. Naturally, Ed was pretty mad. Went around vowing he was go- ing to get his shotgun and blow the blazes out of Lem's dog when he saw him. And Lem says, "Let him try it and ]'11 blow the blazes out of him. Ought to keep his chickens locked up, anyhow" But Ed and Lem are really mighty sensible fellows. And the whole thing was settled when Lem invited Ed over for a glass of beer, and they sat around chatting over the quarrel as If It were a kind of joke. "Shucks," says Ed, "them hens didn't amount to much no- how." And Lem says: "Just the same I'm bringin' you a barrel o' apples to pay for 'em." From where I sit, it would be a lot better for the world if folks would settle their arguments arounl over a friendly glass of beer-- instead of going off half-cocked, and making mountains out of~ molehills. No. 77 of a Series Copyright, 1944, Brewing Industry Foundatlott Signs Spring' THEda3ntare still short; halfthe nation shivers under a blankct~ Y o.f snow--but there are signs of spring everywhere if you kno~i ; where to look for them. They are little things--such as new seed catalogs, ads eli~ed from magazines, reminders, scribbled on backs of envelopet~ of things to be done. ~I Thousands of men, all over the country, are making such notes~ looking ahead--farmers, manufacturers, storekeepers, banker~ They represent what is called "management," and they know tha~ to make the most of any season requires pretty careful figuring] There's a skill in this management. It's a skill that men who ruq things have in common--that men who run things successfull~ have got to have. Management's problems are a good deal alike~ no matter what the business--getting help, meeting payrolls an,~ tax payments, making ends meet and having a little left over for new projects, planning for the future without letting the plannin~ ' interfere with the job in hand. And when you talk with these men, you find they have-the: "same objectives, too. Right now they want to get the war w~n~ at the lowest posdb!~ cost in lives and suffering. After that's d.~ne,! the *11 be back on their never-endlng job of turning out the ma-~ Serial things needed to make s better peacetime world. Gener~ Electric Co., Schenectady, N. Y. H~r lh, General B~"td ,adio programs, 'Who G-| AH-oi,I O~'5~sh'a" Su'ndmy 10 p.~, [W1 NEC--"T~,~ Wodd T~y" news. every w*ekdly 6:45 p.m, |WT. CIS BUY WAR BONDS GENERAL @ ELECTRIC t BEACH LIVESTOCK MARKET FRIDAY AND SATURDAY. March 3rd and 4th Will take as many hogs as you may deliver we~k was able to pay-$12.20 for t~p hogs, guarantee the following prices this week, " if the market will permit. TOP HOGS, 210 to 300 lbs. - - 185 to 210 lb. HOGS .... V 170 to 185 lb. HOGS ........ 140 to 170 lb. HOGS - SOWS, all weights Feeder hogs or hogs under 140 lbs. per hundred. YouqI' ~ys Get A SqeeXe Deal Wltk---