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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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PAGE SIX THE GOLDEN VALLEY N~WS I Thursday, March 9, 1944 Do You Know Them All? Help Us Down Memory Lane by Sending i. the Names of the Persons Whose Pictures Appear Below "W BOYS IN SERYIgE January 17, 1944 Dear Sirs: Enclosed you will find a money order for my subscription to the News. I also want to take this way of thanking the American Legion and the people that have made it possible for sending the paper as long as they have. I know all of us boys have appreciated it very much. I especially enjoyed it while in New Guinea. Would like to hear from any of my friends that have time to write. I do have time to answer all of the letters that I receive. Thanking you again for sending the News. Sincerely, Sgt. Elmo E. Fisher 39076676 Co. K 162nd Inf. APO 41 U. S. Army % P. M. San Francisco, Calif. January 26, 1944 Dear Sirs: Just a few lines to let you know I am getting your paper, and want to thank you, the American Legion and everyone that makes it possible for me to receive it: It is really swell. I get it every Monday so it really starts the week out right. I am getting along swell and I really like the Navy. The weather up here has been nice most of the time. It has only snowed twice so far. I graduated from boot training yesterday, so my address is now: Robert G. Schallock $2c Co. F. H. Camp Scott U. S. N. T. S. Farragut. Idaho. Yours truly Robert G. Schallock $2c The Editor, Golden Valley News, Beach, North Dakota. The Editor: Well, here I am again, writing you a few lines to let you know that I have changed my address, and as I don't want to miss too many copies of the home town news, I would like to have it changed as I have it written below. I want to thank everyone that makes it possible for me to receive the News, and I wish them all the best of luck. I guess that I had better close by saying hello to you all, Thank you T-4 Nels K. Berg. 6577894 Co. B, 263rd Med. Bn. APO 565, % Postmaster, San Francisco, Calif. February 14, 1944 Somewhere in Aleutian Is. Golden Valley News Dear Sirs: It has been quite some time since I've written you but seeing I didn't have anything to write about I didn't think there was any use. I'm writing this in order to let you know of my change of address. I'm still with the same bunch of boys, but we have been redesignat- ed as a new outfit. It is as fol- lows: Pvt. Orville L. Petersilie 37173822 Btry. A 59~d AAA A.W.) Zn, APO 986, % Postmaster Seattle, Washington. In closing I will thank'everyone who has made it possible for the boys in the service to receive the paper. It is really appreciated. It's just like a letter from home. A sincere friend, Orville Petersilie. APO 230. % P. M., New York. February 16, 1944. Dear Sir: Please send the paper to my new address ms I have just recently been sent here co England. We are anxious to hear the news of how cold it is back home. The weather here is not very pleasant either, Lots of cloudy and rainy days. However, the country is green and picturesque at this time of the year, The people here are really going all out to make us "Yankees" feel at home and enjoy ourselves, and we are doing just that. We all like it but of course It's nothing like ole U. S. A. So now, as they say in England, it's Cheerio. Arthur Clarln. V-- TAKE CARE OF LAMBS WHEN THEY ARE BORN As soon as lambs arrived, dis- infect the navels with tincture of iedine. If necessary, help the lambs to get their first meal. If a ewe refuses to own .her lamb it may be necessary to tie her with a light Ita2ter to prevent injury to the lamb, and hold her until it nurses. It is usually not necessary to keep the ewe and lamb in the small lambing pen more than 24 hours according to the NDAC Ex- tension Service. Seve~a'l ewe~ and lambs can be put together for a few days and then turned into me flock. The trouble with our system of law and order is too much law and not enoch order. ... YOUR SIGNATURE Mrs. Married Won~n, how do you sign your name? If you were born as Mary Jones and are mar- ried to a gentleman named Robert Black, you are now Mary Black-- and don't forget it. You are Mrs. Robert Black on a hotel register, on a telegram blank and when writing to your servant---but you are never Mrs. Mary Black---don't forget it. Of course, if "Mary Black" does not thoroughly iden- tify you when signing your name, you may add "Mrs. Robert" in parentheses. ---V CAUCUS NOTICE AND ANNUAL MEETING NOTICE The qualified voters of Beach Civil Wownsh*p will meet m caucus at the courthouse to nominate One Super- visor, One Clerk. One Treasurer, One Assessor and Two Justices on Tues- day, March 14th 1944 at 2 o'clock P. M. and transact other such busi- ness as the board may have. On Tuesday March 21st 1944 at 10 A. M. the Board will hold their Annual Meeting and Election of said officers, appoint road overseers and transact any other business that may come before the Board. R. F. SAMUELS, Township Clerk. (March 9. 1944) NOTICE TO SHOW CAUSE State of North Dakota Golden Valley County In County Court Before James Donaldson, Judge. In the Matter of the Estate of Margaret Thein, deceased: John A. Thein, ) petitioner, ) vs. ) George Roth, and all other ) persons interested in the ) estate of Margaret Thein, ) deceased, ) respondents, ) To the above nanled respondents: "~Vhereas inventory in the estate of Margaret Tbein, deceased, and which estate is now in probate in this court, discloses that the value of the entire as[ate does not exceed the sum of fifteen hundred dollars, you are hereby notified and required to appear before the county court of Golden Valley Country on the 28 day of March, 1944, at the hour of ten o'clock in the forenoon and show cause, if any you have, why the entire estate of the said Mar- garet Tl~ein should not be assigned for the use and support of the above petitioner. John A. Thein, the surviving husband of the deceased, as provided by law. Dated this 2nd day of March. 1944. JAME DONALDSON. Judge of the county cocrt. (SEAL OF COUNTY COURT) GUM LEE, Attorney for Petitioner. Beach, North Dakota. {March 9, 16, 1944) ---V NO~ICE TO CREDITORS IN THE MATTER O-F THE ESTATE OF LORENZ SCHULTE Deceased. NOTICE is hereby given by the undersigned, Executrix of the Last Will and Estate of Lorenz Schulte, late of the Town of Golva in the County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota. deceased, to the creditors of, and all persons, hav- ing claims against, said decedent to exhibit them with the neces- sary vouchers within mx months after the first publication of this notice to said Executrix at the office of John Keohane in the City of Beach in said Golden Valley County, North Dakota, or to the County Judge of said County. NOTICE is hereby further given that the time and place fixed by the court for hearing and adjust- ~g such claims are the 5th day September, 1944 at ten o'clock M. in the Court Rooms of the County Court in the Court House in the City of Beach in the County of Golden Valley and State of North Dakota. Dated this 23rd day of February, 1944. MARY SCHULTE. Executrix. JOHN KEOHANE. Attorney for Executrix, Beach. North Dakota, First publication on the 24th day of February, 1944. tFeb. 24, March 2, 9. 1944) -V~ SUMMONS STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA ) COUNTY OF GOLDEN VALLEY ) IN DISTRICT COURT. SIXTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT George A. Johnstone, ) Plaintiff. ) VS. ) Lillian Cole, the unknown ) heirs of Daisy Foster, De- ) ceased, the unknown heirs ) of Lenora Horn Peall, De- ) ceased. James C. Horn. Paul ) D. Horn, Eva B. HomKruse, ) Mollie Horn Burgess. Cecil ) Som Willey, Raymond Fos- ) tar, Rex M. Foster, Reese Fos- ) tar. R. R. Ha]stead. Halstead ) Corporation, a corporation, ) First National Bank, of ) Dickinson, N o r t h Dakota. a corporation, John Gilbert- son, and all other persons unknown claiming any es- tate or interest in, or lien or encumbrance upon the property described in the Complaint, Defendants. THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOT~ TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- FENDANTS : You are hereby summoned ~ required to answer the complaint oZ the above named Plaintiff, which is on file in the Office of the Cleric of the District Court of the Sixth Judicial District in the County o Golden Valley and State of Nort~ Dakota, and to serve a copy oz your answer thereto upon the sub- scriber at his office in the City of Beach in said County and State, within thirty (30) days after the service of th/s summons upon yoU, exclusive of the day of such ser- vice. and in case of your failure" to appear or answer as above re- quired, the Plaintiff will take judg" ment against you by default for the" relief demanded in the Complaint. Dated at Beach, North Dakot$~ this 3rd day of February, 1944. JOHN KEOHANE Attorney for Plaintiff Office and Postoffice Address: Beach. North Dakota. NOTICE. You. and each of you, will please.. take not*ce that the above entitleO~ action is brought for the purpose of quieting title in the Plaintif~ and depriving you, and each of yoU, of any and all interest in and to the following described lands situated iS the County of Golden Valley and~ State of North Dakota, wz: Lot Seven (7) in Block Three (3) of the Original Townsite of Beach, North Dakota, as the same is platted and the Plat thereof on file and of record in the office of the Register of Deeds in and for Golden Valley County, North Dakota. and of determining adverse clain~ thereto, and ti~at no personal elail~* is made against you unless you appear and defend in this action. JOHN KEOHANE Attorney for Plaintiff. Beach, North Dakota. (Feb. 10. 17, 24. March 2. 9, 16, 19~4) mum Complex quirements of the av~ age person are: A 4,000 USP 400 USP USP Unit~ Micrograms, proximately 10,~0 l~icrograms tinamide. The required amounts other B Complex Vitamins have yet been established. 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