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March 9, 1944     Golden Valley News
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PAGE EIGHT I T OCAL NEWS THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS Cecil Metcalf was a visitor in] Beaoh Thursday. Mrs. Butterfleld was a Beach caller Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Roddy Kimball were visitors in Beach on Thursday. Mrs. Khal of Wibaux was a shopper In Beach Thursday. Henry Thompson is on t~he sick list. W. D. Schulz returned the latter ,~art of t~e week from Fargo. Mrs. John Wilson of Glendive was a Beach visitor Tuesday. Dr. C. E. Fuller of Hettinger spent the weekend in Beach, Miss Carrie Witzig was a guest at the Butterfleld home Sunday. Mrs. George Still was a BeaCh shopper Tuesday. Germany's employment in war industries has risen in the last four years from 23,000.000 to 35,000,000. The Beach Homemakers Club will meet at the home of Mrs. Arthur Haijsman March 14th. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Hardy have been painting and redecorating their home for t~e past week. Sheriff Ray Zinsli was in Dickin- son for a medical checkup Wednes- day of last week. Antone Hudeeek of Livingston ar- rived in Beach Monday to transact official business. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith .and family of Wibaux were Sunday visitors at the E. M. Enderle honm. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Koshney and Mrs. Bob McDonald were Glendive visitors Saturday. Mrs. Mark Lovgren held a special meeting of the Episcopal Guild on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Marshall Miller left for West Allis, Wis. to visit her son, Rex. Mrs. Axllne left for New England to spend a short Vacation with her family. Mr. and Mrs. P. G. O'Conner of Glendlve were Beach visitors on Items of Interest picked up here and there by our News reporters. We are always glad to get your news Items. PHONE S9 Godfrey and Jerry Pesha were Beach visitors Thursday. I ~Mh~. Goodwin Thompson made aI brininess trip to Glendtve Monday.I Mrs, Murphy left for Dickinson] l~dday to resume her work. ] O, Fakler was a Beach visitor on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. G. P. osterhout~ of Medora spent Saturday in Beach. Mrs. -Waldahl of Sentinel Butte spent Saturday in Beach. Mr. and Mrs. C. Dempsey of Sen- ~nel Butte spent Monday In Beach on business. Mrs. O. R. Rlshovd went to Glen- dive on business Monday of this week. O. R. Rlsho~d, local phtmber, went to Minor Sunday to attend a Plumber's convention. Mr. and Mrs. Carlot Nellermoe are the proud parents of a baby boy born Thursday, March second. The Dessert Bridge Club held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. Jess Still, March 2rid. A public, church dinner was held in the Methodist Church on Thurs- day and a big crowd attended. John Vorhels and John Netwig of Glendlve were Beach business visitors on Frklay of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Lurid of the Carlyle com~unity were Beach vis- itors Friday. Mrs. Frank Morasko of Glendlve spent Saturday in Beach on busl- I Sheriff Ray Zlnsll took Rose Zing I slte, who was suffering from an ap-~ pendieitis attack, to the hospital in~ Dickinson on Sunday. / Mr. and Mrs. Guerdon Alguire spent the weekend in Dickinson, visiting with relatives and attend- ing the basketball tournament. A large number of l~cal resi- dents, both young and {~1, attended the basketball tournament in Dick- inson Saturctay. Mrs. Oasimer Bruskl of St. Phll- ips, submitted to an operation at the Holy Rosary hospital in Miles City on Wednesday of last week. H, M. Leonard arrived in Beach on Thursday to transact official business. He returned to Bismarck l~ursd~y evening. Peter Oberg left for his home at New England Thursday morning after having hospital treatment for four days. Connie Mosser received word from WaShington that she had pa.o~sed her civil service examina- tions. Mrs. Irving Jones. better known as Ruth Beckley to her many friends here, is in Beach visiting with friends. H. A. Mackoff of Dickinson and A. L. Austin of Watertown, South Dakota called a special meeting of the city council, February 26th. James Thill returned last week from Yakima, Washington where he has been visiting his daughters, Margaret and Genevieve. Miss Ruth Hollstein of Ann Ar- bor, Michigan had the misfortune to fall on a slippery street, break- ing her arm. Mrs. R. Arnold, who is employed in the city auditor's office, is doing nicety after having submitted to an operation. Mrs. T. L. Dickinson, Mrs. F. A. Shipman, Miss Ethel Kippley and Dixon MacDougall attended the show, "This is the Army," in Glen- W. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Schmitz went to Bismarck Thursda~ on business returning on Satttr~y. Miss KLl~etta Farra spent thq week end at her home in Wlbaux Montana. Miss Eleanor Thoemke has ac- cepted employment at Doerner's CDfe, commencing work on Monday. D. E. Stuart of Glendlve spent dive on Saturday. Tuesday. Mr and Mrs C Hollstein spent Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Oheadle of a ~ek with the~ daughter, Mrs. Ool~a were Beach visitors on Sat- J. K. Strong, at Minneapolis, re- ur~jayC McCellahan and George turning home on Wednesday of last] week ]Becket of Gorham were Beach - " ......... an ~ visitors Thursday of last week. ~rs. Rober~ ~:ikleoerry, oz v - .... hi Mr. and Mrs. Sofus Holthe left couver Washington m visiting wz~ .. ' ..... Beach[last Friday for points in Oregon, znenns ann remuves m ............. -- Elkle--rr Is the former Cleo wnere mey Wlll VlSlt lnen~s ann ~trs. oe y relatives for a few weeks. Saturday with his brother, C, Stu- eft. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Stecker and daughter were visitors at the But- terfleld home Sunday. Pfc. Lloyd Thoemke was trans- ferred from San Diego, California to Camp Pendieton, Californi~ Mrs. Hurley Workman of Hy- slmm, Montana, visited in Beach for a short time the fore part of the week. ii Hartse. C. G. Johnson returned from a trip to the Twin Cities, Fargo and Bismarck, where he went to attend to business matters. He made the trip by train, bus and plane, Pfc. Elmer Kouba arrived in Beach on Monday to spend his furlough with his sister, Mrs. A. Swan. He will return to camp at Indlantown Mil. Res.. Pa., on Wed- nesday. i i Mr. and Mrs. A1 ~eekert returned Thursday from a two. weeks visit with friends and relatives in Port- land. Ore. and Seattle. Wash. Mrs. C. E. Adams of Fryburg ~pent the weekend with her son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Guy Brown. kvt. Raymond Erickson arrived Tuesday evening from Fort Snelllng to spend a 15-day furlough with his family, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Erickson. Mrs. Roy (Eno[a LaSalle) Stout returned Friday morning from a ten day visit with her husband, S-Sgt. Ray Stout, who is stationed at San Diego, Calif. Judge John Rider transacted official business in Medora Thurs- day afternoon of last weak. Mrs. Maud Hubbard arrived from Chicago to visit her sister, Mrs. Albion Welsh. J. W. Redmond of Glendive was a visitor in Beach on business per- talning to t~he railroad. During Mrs. Arnold's illness, Dorothy Sill is taking over her duties as librarian. Mrs. Z. F. Hasbrook is reported doing nicely after having a major operation. Mr. and Mrs. William Szudera, Jr. of Beach are the happy parents of a baby girl, born February 24. Miss Ruth Snow was confined to her bed on Tuesday with a wrench- ed back. Bud Still of the Carlyle com- munity was a visitor in Beach on I~riday of last week. Mrs. Emma Lawson of Medora is visiting her son-in-law and daugh- ter, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Noyes. Mrs. R. T. courts went to Min- neapolis Thursday to attend to business matters. Mrs T. B. LaSalle went to Dick- inson Saturday of last week to visit her sister, Mrs. F. Walters. Mrs. H. L. Babcock went to Dick- inson Saturday to transact some business. Mrs. Harry Kukowskl and son Donald left for Glendive Thursday morning for medical care Ior Donald. Charles Stuart left Wednesday of last week for Dickinson, where he will spend some time visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Lillie Van Horn, formerly of Sentinel Butte, recently purchas- ed a new home in. Pomomt, Calif. Her new address is 693-N Reservoir Street. ~ ~ , Barney Plesik returned Wednes- day evening from Rochester, where ,he had been visiting his wife. He reports that she is doing nicely and will be home in two or three weeks. Mrs. Nels Waarst of the St. Phillps community returned Wed= nesday evening from Bismarck, where she underwent a minor operation. She was accompanied by Mrs. Roddy Kimball. Mr. and Mrs. A1. Erdmann of Bremerton, Wash. received an un- official notice that their son, Delten who was reported missing some time ago, is a prisoner of war in Germany. A large crowd of neighbors sur- prised Fred Robinson Friday night to help him celebrate his birth- day. A very pleasant evening and lunch was enjoyed and all report Mr. Robinson a royal host---for a bachelor. Miss Ethel Jones, extension agent for the home economics extension service, has been working for the past few days with Mr. Grenier on homemakers organizations. She returned to her home in Fargo on All wide world over.., ~cthe wounded marine in New Guinea, the Red ross sends blood plasma~and life. To the flyer in a German prison camp, it brhgs good, nourishing food from home--11 pounds a week. To the sailor ashore in Glasgow or Sydney, the Red Cross provides entertainment, comfort and cheer. Wherever your boy may go--whenever .he needs you most~the Red Cross is at his side. And the Red Cross is YOU. It's YOUR blood and YOUR bandage, and YOUR sweaters and YOUR gifts. And now it needs your mon~, urgently. Give generously to the 1944 Red Cross War F~nd. Give gladly--every penny you can .pare. The Red Cross never ha. needed your help as much as it does ~lom ~ marines will bhm you. Mrs. Dan Stockwell returned on lThursday of last week. ] Wednesday evening from Black Thursday, March 2 the W.S.C.S. River Falls, Wis., where she has met at 1:30 for a luncheon in the spent the past three weeks visit-[ ing friends and relatives. 1 Sgt. Edward Thoemke arrived l Friday morning from Buckley Field, I Colo. to spend a few days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thoemke. Some folks are relieving wartime stress by reading mystery stories. Ma says the question of what be- comes of Pop's money is mystery enough for her. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Stutsmatv .of Mandan, spent the week end with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Stutsman. return- lng to their home on Monday morn- ing. The members of the Missionary Society of the Congregational Church will put on a food sale and provide lunches next Saturday, March llth at the office of the Montana-'Dako~a Utilities Company. EverYbody welcome. Mrs. Lucille Turnbull of Sheri- dan, Wyo. is here in Beach for an indefinite stay, visiting friends and relatives. CD1. William Turnbull was home on furlough at Sheridan, returning Tuesday of last week to Camp Sutton, N. C.. where he is stationed. William Gifford returned to Bill- ings Sunday, where he is employed. His mother. Mrs. John Gifford, ac- companied him as far as Glendive to visit her great-granddaughter, Ann Wyatt, at the Charles King home. Mr. Wyatt is stationed in England. Chapter C, P~E.O., held their reg-I ular meeting in the Mark Lovell home, February 29. Hostess Lovell was assisted by her daughters, Mrs. Janet L. Buldhaupt and Mrs. Eleanor L. Hammond. Mrs. Good- win Thompson read a very inter- eating paper on the subject of pOst-war homes~ Rev. C. A. Armstrong, of the of- rice of Re11~l~ Education, was speaker at a union meeUng held in the United Brethern Church on Sunday evening. His topic was: "character Building and Unity the .People." After the service a party for the young folks of churches w~ held tu the Parsonage. Ralph Jones, another son of Mrs. Earl, J~ones, was in- at Camp Roberts, Methodist Church. Mrs. George Oech acted as hostess, after which the regular meeting was followed. by Bible study conducted by Rev. McTa vish. Mrs. W. S. Davis. mother of Jas. Odenbaugh, Sr. died March 1st at Minneapolis, Minn. and was buried a~ Colchester, Ill., where her hus- band is buried. A complete obit- uary will be published in next week's edition. The Congregational Missionary ~Society will meet with Mrs. Abe Byer March 16, at the church. Dinner will be served at noon. The public is cordially invited and all members are asked to bring their sacrifice boxes. To Certificate Holders For Tires- Tubes We have the following Pre-war Tubes on hand: 3 - 30 x 3 Heavy Duty 5 - 5.00125 x 17 H. D. 2- 32x4H. D. 7 - 5.50-6.00 x 18 H. D. 2 - 5.25x 18 H. D. 3 - 5.00 x 20 Regular 1 - 5.50 x 20 Regular 2 - 5.00 x 21 Regular 1 - 4.50x20H. D. 2 - 5.00 x 20 Regular 7 - 4.40x 20H. D. 5 - 7.00 x 16 Lifeguard tubes TIRES No. 1 Prewar Casings 20- SeK. 4.50 x 20 @ply - 4.75 x 19 H. D. 10 - 4.40 x 21 H. D. and S3 Casings Several 6.00 x 16 4 ply We also have several 32 x 6 10 in stock 4 - 30x3~ chains W. C. SCHUI BEACH N. DAK. Thursday, March 9, 1944 Mr. and Mrs. James Hary re- turned from Bismarck on Tuesday evening. A luke-warm iron won't leave a brand on a steer any more than luke-warm convictions will leave a mark on life. L. B. Reager of Dickinson. dis- trict representative of the Public Mr. and Mrs. Theop. Kunick and girls attended the basketball games in Dickinson. The many friends of Mrs. Jacob Streitz, living in the Oolva com- munity, will be pleased to learn that she is recovering nicely from a badly sprained ankle. Some of the folks who won't do Welfare Board, was in Beach on what they could do to promote business Wednesday, Thursday and home town progress might ask Friday of last week. themselves if they would like to live The Thelen Club met at thein a place that did not push itself. home of Mrs. Albert Kline March 2, with all members present. Mrs. E. Kveek gave bhe miscellaneous lesson about "American Agriculture in Post-War World Affairs" and "What About Salvage Tin Cans and Waste Fat?". The next meet- ing will be held at the home of Mrs. Andrew Helm. --'V CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John Roberts, pastor Beach: Church School at 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship service at 11:00 A.M. Young Peoples meeting at 7:30 P.M. Choir practice Wednesday at 7:00 P. M. Lenten service at 8:00 P.M. Sentinel Butte: Young Peoples meeting Monday at 7:00 P. M. Medora: Sunday School at 3:00 P. M. Afternoon service at 4:00 P. M --V FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH O. L. Olsrud. pastor Tel. 154 Be~eh: Sunday School I0 A. M. Services at 11 A. M. Sermo~ theme, "Jesus Christ and Judas.~ Luther League Candle Lig~tt ser- vice 8 P. M. Sentinel Butte: Sunday School 1:30 P. M. Services at 2:30 P. M. G~rner: Ladies Aid at the Ewald John- son home Thursday, March 16, with lunch~_v__Served at noon. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH V. H. Dissen, pastor No services Sunday, Maroh 13. Mid-week Lenten service Wedne~- day at 8 P. M. HEREFORD BULL & FEMALE SALE FRIDAY 10 A. M., March 31st NOTICE: Breeders having registered Herefords which they wish to enter for the safe, send In your registration certificates by March 16th. Cat~ logues go to press on March l~th. Watch these columns for future ads. CATTLE SHEEP AND HOG DAYS Mondays and Wednesdays HORSE SALES Fri~ys ~ Mareh 10lh, 17th ~4th Beginning April "/th, every other week there~ter No Horse Sale March 31st Billings Livestock Commission Co. BILLINGS, MONTANA DO SO WITH FULL CONFIDENCE THAT THEY'LL GET A "SQUARE DEAL" ON BOTH POINTS AND PRICES at RED OWL BUY NO-POINT LOW-POINT FOODSI 0 pon~s)