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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 9, 1944     Golden Valley News
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March 9, 1944
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Thursday, March 9, 1944 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE FIVE I RE TIHEL BUTTE l .... F::,m..lo,. oct Ray Zinsli consulted a doctor in Dickinson Wednesday. Mrs. Walt Dixon was a Monday dinner guest of Mrs. Bertha Waldal. Mrs. Gladys Hanson was a Beach business caller Monday. Lois Honnold was an overnight guest of Eunice Haugse Friday. Dale Wyckoff spent Saturday and Sunday with Charles Franzen. :i. Einar Fong was an overnight guest at the Clarence Satre home. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Kunick were Sunday dinner guests at the Vic Johnson home February 27th. Donna Kirkpatrick spent Monda3; and Tuesday night with Beverly Rink. Mrs. Herman Dietz, Mrs. Ed Dietz and Mrs. Math Dietz were business tallers in Dickinson Tuesday. Paul Wagner and Fred Smith Were guests of Ernest Nelson on TUesday evening to play pinochle. John Scherle spent the weekend With his friend, Dean Armstrong, : at the ranch. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall of Wibaux visited Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall on Inga Carlson called on Mrs. May Fisher Thm'sday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Allen and Billy were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Helen Hovland. Mrs. Vera Wassmann of Beach spent Monday with her daughter, Mrs. Ed Deitz. Mrs. Taylor Cook entertained members of the Congregational Aid at their regular meeting in the church parlors Thursday afternoon. She served a very nice lunch and a neat sum was taken in. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinholz en- tertained at a party Thursday night in ,honor of Mrs. Alfred Rein- holz's birthday. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Reinholz, Ru~h and Mary Margaret, Bill Houck, Mrs. Rose Hanselman and Mrs. Maggie Osborne. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Johnson moved into the Everetts house, which-they purchased this week. Math Tescher bought the John- son's farm east of town and Peter Tescher is moving there. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maus of near Golva will move on Peter Tescher's farm. The South Side Catholic Study Club was entertained at the Math Decker home Monday evening. Mrs. Olga Lardy led the discussion on Baptism. The North Side Club + was held at the Math Dietz home, SUnday evening. Mrs. Ted Cook was a supperi guest .at the Ed Cook home on l Saturday. - " ...... er were Mr. and Mrs. r'aul wo~.. ~Unday dinner guests of Mr. and1 Mrs. Bert Fasching in Wibaux. t + Mr.. and Mrs. Bill Gardner oft Beach visited at the Ernest NeLson home Thursday. : Mrs. Hazel Reed and Miss Jennie Lambert were Beach visitors Sat- l~rday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Hall were Sat- ttrday evening visitors in Wlbaux of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fasching. ? Mr .and Mrs. Harvey Wentland and daughter spent Sunday at the Vic Klein home. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Olson and ~iss Mary Johnson were'Sunday guests at the Clarence Satre home. Pearl Franzen of Beach spent the weekend at the Peter Tescher home. Jimmy Johnstone and Mr. Nath- aagle were dinner guests at the Clarence Satre home Monday. Mary Ann Zinsil was an over- night guest of Peggy Honnold on l~day. Miss Mary Johnson, who teaches the Olson school, spent the week- end at the home of her parents. Junior Bohn was taken to the Beach hospital suffering from ear trouble. "Mr. and Mrs. Neff Hogoboom and ]Kr. and Mrs. Bob Hall visited Mr. ~'ad Mrs. Guy Hall in Wibaux on Wednesday evening. , Mrs. Victor Carlson, Mrs. Win. "Seherle and Mrs. Ted Rinkspent Faqday evening visiting Mrs. Gladys I-Ianson and playing bridge. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Haugse. I when Paul Wagner led discussion on the Ten Commandments. Mrs. Hazel Reed entertained members of the Study Club and several guests at the regular social meeting Tuesday evening. Four tables of whist were in play with first and second prizes for mem- bers going to Mrs. Evelyn Waldal and Mrs. Lenore Smith and first and second prizes for guests going to Miss Mary Tibor and Miss Mar- ion Gardner. A delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Reed at the ,close of the evening. ~V-~ Pearl Kirk-patrick. Beporter Come on folks, be a Golva boost- er. Do your trading in your home town ! Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Snow and family of Beach were visitors in Golva on Thursday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fasching made a trip to Wibaux to visit on Sunday of last week. Chris Johnson returned home on Tuesday from Minnesota, where he as been on business the past week. Quite a number of people from ;his community attended the farm- ers' meeting in Beach on Friday. The Golva boys basketball team left Friday morning for Dickinson to take part in the annual basket- ball tournament there. Andrew Lorenz arrived here from ~ Washington the past week, and wil~ ~+pend a short time visiting at the i~udolph Lorenz home. and Lois and Dean Honnold at-, tended ~he show in Beach Thurs- clay evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Waldal and Uarrel and Mrs. Olga Lardy were 81nxday dinner guests of Mrs. Ber- tha Waldal. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cook and Mrs tiazel Reed were Friday evening: Visitors at the Cecil Tangen home near Beach. Guy Honnold came from Rosebud. Where he is working, to spend Sun- flay with the John Honnold and Norman Haugse families. Miss Mertyce Olson called at the Norman Haugse ~ome Friday after- ~on to see Myron, who has been Elmer Kouba of the U. S. ~rwv ' arr%~ed here the past wcu+~ spend a few days fmloueh bef. ' returning to his army cam~ Mrs. Bob Eickle0erry a~d Mi., ; +a: in, , ' :t rived here ~hP pa.~i~ ~Vi:!C: : i~ ,! L {lie ZO(~ I-tarl >i ,~:; I'i'+: C::])(ff| h'~++ yoLl!l~ I'C1'+:5 t)+ , community who aci,(nd,~d biic b~.:,- ketball tournatnenc the past we,~k were: James Lorenz, Harry Funk, Gerald Curl, and the Misses Con- Orstad, Betty hie Carew, Joan i Larsen and Del2hine Kreitinger. Two basketball games were play- ed at the school gym on Tuesday evening. The Golva boys played the Ollie boys and the Golva girls played the Ollie girls. Golva won nick with ear trouble, hn s ent Eleanor and Anna Bo p ~hursday night at the Math Tes- Chef home and attended Junior l~OUnd Table. I both games. A delicious lunch was ~rs. Byron Hogoboom and Mrs.!served to the players after the Lu~i~try Mlkelsori will entertain the game and every one reported hav- Utheran Ladies Aid in the church ling a good time. I~trlors Thursday noon. [ ~V-- Word has been .received here that Don't miss the ads this week. ~ . and Mrs. Harold Gilbert of[ ickinson axe the proud parents of[ baby daughter. The Gflberts[ ~ere former reidents here. [ ~?t. John Johnson arrived Frl-[ ~Y from his camp in Kentucky spend a furlough with his wife with his parents, Mr. and ~'s. Frank Johnson. ~g~s. May Fisher and Clara May ~re weekend guests at the John ~h~wn home Saturday evening Y vtatted at the Frank Johnson ~OZ~e. ., Mrs. -W. R. Oampin returned from .~-: Beach hospital and is ~ much bet- which indeed is good news to friends. Mrs. Decker is help- care for her. "r~8" Edison ~t~ and infant arrived Friday morning St. Ignatius, Mont. to spend ,s~le time visiting and caring for ~'~.: White's mother, Mrs. W. R. ~ ~_.~in. '