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Beach, North Dakota
March 2, 1944     Golden Valley News
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PAGE EIGHT THE GOLDEN VALLEY I~EWS Thursday, March 2, ' ' " ~t LOCAL NEWS Items of interest picked up here and there by our News reporters. We are always glad to get your news Item~ PHONE al % Lt. and Mrs. John Conway spent several days in Fargo the latter part of the week. Don Wilson spent Monday in Olendive attending to business matters. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Thocmke and children spent the weekend in Ollte with Mrs. Thoemke's parent~. Webster Allen had the misfortune of breaking an anklQ in a fall on Saturday evening. Mrs. John Meyer of St. Paul, who is visiting her mother, Mrs. TeEter, in Wibaux, ~ceompanled her mother here Thursday, MI~ Hoeck was a Olendlve buM- Mrs, Raymond Noyes was on ne~ caller on Monday. it he sick list the forepart of the Ray Zinsii attended to businessI week but is feeling much better ~atters in Dickinson Thursday. ]now Joe Murphy of Olendive w~s" a] B." T. Ptesik left Thursday for Beach business caller Thursday. Rochester, Minn. to be with his Mike Kramer returned from Wat- kirm, Minn." last week. Mr. and Mrs. Vanvig of Golva were Beach shoppers Friday. Elmer Wang of Ollie was a Beach visitor Friday. Lt. John Conway visited with friends in Medora Monday. Jean Hattie of Carlyle was a visitor in Beach Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kukowski went to Fargo on Wednesday. Mr. O'Brien of Dickinson was_in charge of the local telephone oflrice during Mr. ~eversons' illness. Mr, ~md Mrs. O. W. Youelis of l Beach returned from Great Falls, Mont. Saturday morning. Mrs. Kenneth Noye6 went to Glendive Sunday for an indefinite visit. wife, who recently underwent an operation there. Guy Lee was a speaker "at the Red Cross meeting in Wibaux on Sunday. HIS subject was '~Fhe 'Red Cross Fund." Robert~ Sch~llock returned to Farragut, Idaho Tuesday after a short leave here with his parents. Allen Austen of Watertown, S. D. and H. A. Mackoff of Dickinson attended to business matters in Beach on Thursday. J. Y. Oswood returned to Beach from Williams, Iowa, where he has spent some time visiting and attending to busineas matters. Sgt. Vlctor Berg of Camp Shelby, Miss. visited in Beach at the home of his sister, Mrs. Paul Thoemke last week. Miss Leona Bublitz left for Chi- cago, Ill. Thursday morning after visiting at the Ray Zinsli, Henry Theomke and Leonard Treater homes. Mrs. W. D. Schulz and Miss Laura Sticl~a, and W. C. Schulz spent several days in Bismarck last week, going there Wednesday morning. T. M. Leverson and Miss Mable Early spent several days at Bis- marck at a meeting of the North- western Bell Telephone Company employees. In all the planning, far too little has been said and done to stimulate and encourage initiative, self re- liance and the sense of individual responsibility. Johnnie Marman. Jr. of Sidney, 'Mont. arrived Tuesday and will manage the local F. T. Reynolds store. HIS family will arrive some time this month. Mrs. Pat Plummer and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Berg of Ollie returned from Lake Park. Minn. where they attended funeral services for Mr. Berg's and Mrs. Plummer's father. The U. B. Missionary held their meeting Thursday at the Andrew Carlson home. Mrs. Stout and IMrs. Douglas joined the organiza- tion at this meeting. We wish to correct the statement made In last week's issue that Joe Odenbaugh had arrived in Fair- banks, Alaska. It should have read White Horse, Canada. Mrs. Win. Burnett and daughter, Beverly Jean of Minneapolis are here visiting at the home of Mrs. Burnett's parents, Mr. and Mrs. L I I I ..... Theo. Maanum. , . . . The local Red Cross chapter sent a shipment of sweaters, mufflers sow ROSE THEATRE Thurs.-Fri.- and helmets to the distribution Sat, center at St. Louis. They also have a new supply of yarn and there is SHOWING! GLENDIVE, MONTANA March 2-3-4 also quite a bit of sewing to be A done. All workers interested please call for this material. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Overstad arrived home Thursday from Min- iNG GOV'T. SUBJECT "Family Feud" EXTRA ADDED-- Latest News Shows at 6:45-9:05 P.M. Matinee Sat. 2:00 P. M. AT REG. ADMISSIONS 11 - Z9 - Me Inc. Tax SAT. NIGHT 17 - 44c inc. tax I At a Budget Appealing Price "Tailored Mirra.Line * Frocks o/Spun RayonI Your year-round favor~es--the' classic ehirtwaister and button- - front eoat