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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 6, 1941     Golden Valley News
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March 6, 1941
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6, DAY, MAR. 6, 1941 I er Wlbaux 1 Is Married Ileft S nday for Bismarck where she Pu,bhc health nurse Dorothy Grovell, ]i v _ ~will spend the week attending a rl "~ I][! CEtl~,~lrt~l Imeeting of nurses in the maternity [le .L~ .=at ~.-~.a.llllIllllfl [ nursing service. t" "" i ] The lura! school teachers will meet ndl was reeci - " lm tbe court house at 1:30 Saturday a veal tlae pastwe~. " ,Mnn~Inarriag of M~~ ,-~-+ .... -- " }afternoon, Marctt 8. to dl:;C~uss plans vJ+v..-- ~.e ...... o++ ,~LkO,li+x ~.OXV- +. O " " -- -*~er Wiba .......... ],or,+~Dl'ln~ Achievement Dr~v. leau fl~ICNair -+ ux gnL. to Earl 1,o.-! Thm'sday evening of la~;t week a i's'+i e i;' f + .ou,+. + o fo,k' at+ +~ L.~'s W " -- r .... - " t the ,tome of +.d ar Johnst+on. The aull ~' w. ~Owa+a el Wiba-= , , " ~ " --i~kdding took ...... :(_' ! occasion of tins gatherm:: was the .n~m3~iuiet ceremot,~_'_mce 0.n ~'+ z~' 6': wee, cling anniversary of ~' 1" i and ~ee~ - -y ~ +no wathohc Mrs IZonald Johnston. There was ,t at Whittier, Cal., in the pre-idelicieus lunch served and !%onald an e#f a few intimate Iriends, a:, !and his wife were pre.~;ented will: ~' _ held[hl:Ck in the evening. For the fine gift fro,n their f,'iend.~. Ii ~heY: bride and groom ~u.e at-! -- n~ -- t, th0~ n]atch,ng, stats of. t,,o hade' t so:~t~erae iM~d:~a ,Ja~'4visitorsCallahanat the an:t i +: t:yil~:tta~ t:nc:i=ssort++s, and then, an Dietz home Sunday aftern~Io2n: ti~iO+~nts Were AnnageI+ ~ar(:ex~as. :While +here they ,'!;o made a plt+a+- ~1 end Robert McCorIn~:'1)~ :vicwor-+ul'e trip through tl:e Bad l'.md:+. + tn. ~v + ........ :cx, Ooth of + Mr and Mrs A. M. ttammond of ofpi~..;tJtetms o: tile couple. Conway, Arkansas, arrived in Beach Due+;. me was born and grew to Tuesday afternoon and will visit here twl:i ~ydibauWxXba:t~, and graduated iwith their daughter, Mrs. Paul g school in 19~3. i Brengle. ~aCd~nrc:ttiltd:d b~iness college The Past Matrons club will meet at --~d b" "- ch she w~s [the home of Mrs. Frank Huber on of l:I~..~,,, y the Dakota Power Co. iWednesday Mgrch 12. All members 3 scoI~' of 1939, and are requested to be present. ;ors. ypewrl~er 12 ~oula, Montana. Supply Co. ed C~ groom grew to manhood and ~ent~ the public schools andthe luint ,~ ty of Montana at Missoula. el B~t year he has been empioyed tble lff Lockheed Airplane Co of Los I Jack Ballard of Wibaux was a !Beach business caller Tuesday of this i week. i Dent' forget the oyster supper at !the Beach City.Hall Friday, March 8th, beginning "at 5:30 p. m. Hand- some waiters and an expert chef. THE GOLDEN, A carload of tractors, drills and plows were unloaded here Monday of this week or the Dakota Implement Co. of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Thill have moved from the Nelson apartments on the north side of the track to the i Ade Neudeck house in the southern Ipart of town. i Mrs. Mark Worcester of Medora is i spending a few day here in Beach I visiting relatives. Miss Elda Beeler of tl~e Wibaux I community is now employed at the Cozy started work there Cafe, havng I the first of the week. Della Lovell, who has resided in !~entinel Butte for some time past, !eft Saturday by train for Seattle, Wn., where she~ intends to make he:" home. A special U. S. Army train passed through Beach Monday afternoon on its way to a California camp. The s0ecial carried fifteen cars of soldiers who have been called for a year'~ training. VALLEY NEWS PAGE 5 New oors At The :+ Due to illness and cold weather the I T~ ~,~ ~ + Co. Court House Little Homemakers Club held their[ rrevent Hairless January meeting on Feb. 22 at the[ -- school house with six members pre-In2--.~. !.__ ][ 1~.:--., ~,,|,.= li- On ! U" Work was started the first of the sent. Two meetings are now planned |~ U lll for the month of March so that no"~ ~..~. __ "-~ week on the new aluminum doors lessons will be missed, tlon W'"'e Prevare that are to be installed at the county court house. The old doors were A demonstration on school lunches -- l heavy and had served their purpose, was given by all the members. The and 'it was decided to install the lat- Leaders served the lunches each men:- l]~|Trl~j ~D][I~[-~ est type door which will be enclosed ber brought. The rest of the time DU I 1 ~ ~l~.U1J with brick glass. A foyer will also be was spent in playing games. built on the inside which will also be The next meeting will be held wioh n lnel Butte made of the brick glass and will Lorraine and Erma Knopp, the date ~J~ help considerably in keeping ou~ the to be announced later. cold. Ole Thorson and Ed Justesen are the workmen on the job. Knute Farstveet returned home the first of the week from Fargo where he has been in the Veterans' hospital receiving treatment. The News is glad to report that he is feeling much better. Jowayne Kouba g Bowl of Chili Con Carne Served With Crackers "Where Friends Meet and Eat" iNKSi a brief honeymoon to Cata- ~land and Points in southern Saturday Betty All For ]0c aring.~!r_atulations are extended them hUS~eir many friends here ..,. Moore Day Watch for week's ? StrRPR m IFOR BRIGHT, COLORFUL, our next orec,a. emkti ----_ ICHEERFUL HOME DECOR- l a~ E~ie Klein was pleasantlyI ATING SUGGESTIONS, I as a~lecl Saturday night, the event, Ct)ZY ( AYE y're ~merat ninebirthdaY'o,clockWhenthe guestsShe arrived]were Tune In KFYR 'TrS ALWAYS COZY AT THE COZY CAFE" I .nd ~.~nt. Those at the affair and.ll t Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kett-] SAT. MARCH 8 Spring Repair Work Will Be Starting ~ii:~~!:!:~+da+ at midnight At 8:,0 a.m. Soon . ! +~glem ' playing cards' I LET BETTY MOORE' INTER" MACHINERY s d, " received many nice gifts/IOR DECORATOR FOR BENJ. a lovely lunch ]MOORE & CO., HELP TO dOlt~ketion i Sc , hadwaSmadeServedbeenbywithbroughtalargebYbirth-the/COLOR STYLE YOUR HOME. ' LET USwHEN YOIT CttANGE ToCUT DOWN THOSE TRACTORRuBBERWHEELS I Nelson. At/ WE SELL THE PRODUCTS ! We lust received a carload of farm Mrs. hour the guests depal.t _,/ BETTY MOORE RECOM- J -J' Chr~g Mrs. Klein many me-- ~--~ a",a'vs" + ..... P'uvI MENDS. machinery and tractors. Come in and w+ SI'ECIALIZE IN GAS AND ELECTRIC WELDING Golden Valley ,, ,4 "+ sprmg", , AND MAGNETO REPAIRING and look it over bctore s r mt. i Lumber Company " One Howell Roller Feca l+|lll m goou US "U: WATER IN "OUR TRACTOR "/'IRES AN') JOboLAvsTOO LargeRISHOvI)OrToo Small ]; PHONE 62 - BEACH-- -- + CALCIUM CHLORIDE TO KEEP THEM FROM shane. Will se|] reasonable. II IlIIlII I r , FREEZING Don't Wait Until the Rush Is On! LOGAN AU l l) "DELO" and "OTTO" i, One 15-30 i IN A-1 CONDITION 22-36 IHi ] TRAC IN GOOD RUNNING CONDITION NOW IS THE TIME FOR YOU TO START THINKING and ABOUT THAT NEW SUIT FOR ': OTHERS PRICED UP +TO ,+ $26.00 and $48.00 have a certain rich air of formality" and certain com- fort are yours to choose in our big selection of i smart suits for Easter. Single and double breast- ed models in newest fab- y ic finishes and patterns. Every suit is brand new and awaiting your choice \ Stripes Checks Solids New Three Button Jackets CLOSE-OUT PRICES ON ALL BULK OILS Place your order now to take advan- tage of these prices for future delivery: II I I Two 55-gal. Drums Mobil "BB" Oil ............... gal. 55c Twenty-five 55 and 30 gal. Drums Pennsylvania "40" ........................... ............. : ............ gM. 50o. II +i Twenty-seven 50 and 30 gal. Drums Pi'izoii SAE "40" and "50" " gal. 45e ,, ,.| Three 30-gal Drums Texaco SAE '40' and '50' gal 45c Sixty-eight 30 and 15 gal. Drums Veedol SAE "20" and "30" _ .......................................... gal. 65c 150 5-gal. cans Texaco Valor SAE "40," "50," and "60" _ ............................................... per can $1.95 156 2-gal. cans Texaco Valor SAE "60" per can 85c SAVE MONEY ORDER YOUR SPRING OIL AND RE- PAIRS NOW! PHONE 81 ...+_ ; q :'. _ Kay Doyle. brilliant girl singer, is now starred daily at the Powers Coffee Shop in Fargo. You'll thrill to her enchanting Lullabies in Swing to a background of Lloyd Collins' electric organ sllhouette~. O When you're in Fargo for the day, eat at the gay Powers Coffee Shol~ SenSible prices. --O-- The only place in Fargo-M~orh~d with entertainment in a non-alcoholic atammphere. GOOD FOOD. II .+III .... + + II