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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 9, 1950     Golden Valley News
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March 9, 1950
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C, OI./tEN VALLEY NEWS. BEACH. N. D. THURSDAY, MARCH BUZZARD'S m 17 [: "G0iva News:1 ~trnlly, and Mrs. J. Northrop Rnd family returned last Satur- 6a7 to their home southeast of Gol~a aafter spending the win~er tn Oregon. ~r. and [Mrs. John Schul,te a~d ]~an~zlly were dinner visitors at ~t~ A. F,~heffer home Tue.~lay ;Mr. and Mrs, th~. C1earey and Mrs. Bert Covert were shopping G] endive Friday. Mrs. Flora Funk and son, Har- ~t, and (Mrs. Frank Schouboe of Illings, drove to Gol~a Saturday tar a few days vist~ with re}a- tires and friends. Frank Haigh of Dickinson was a business caller at G01va the forepart of the week. Reports tells us th, ai there will i%Ot be any Sunshine Society meeting in March. ,Mr..aad Mrs. Gee. Goarey, and I~rs. Frank Sohouboe were visi- Cots of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Still and Eugene en,tertai,ned Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Scheffer and Kenneth. (Mxs. Dtta~e Still and Roger, @t dinner 8tmd,ay. Eugene is proud of th,at fine new coflf he just purchasecl his 4-H Club work. We ,all had 0 go out and see for ourselves, a~d R is ~uly a nice uniroyal. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rising and family were vtsi~0vs at the Mar- tin Sausa h~)me Sunday. Mr. ,and Mrs. John Tschida and Mrs. Frank SOhouboe were guests at the home of Mr and Mrs. Gee. Ibaisler Saturday evening. Merlyn Brockmcyer of South Dakota. arrived Imme the past week, for a vacatk)n visi,t with l~ls parents, Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Brockmeyer. M~rs. John Tschida entertained ~e VI~V Auxiliary at her home Friday evening. Business topics were discussed and ,a dexlieious lunch was served. ,The Golva Homemakers Club will meet Thursday, "March 9, at the home of Mrs. Gee. Gearey, Mrs. John SchuRe aassisting host- ass. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kremers were 6 o'clock dinner visi~s a~ the Leo Rising home Sunday evening. (Mr. and Mrs. Albe~t Maus and family, Mr. and (Mrs. A. Scheffer and Kenneth, Mr. and Mrs. Gee. Gearey and (Mrs. Sch. uRe of Golva were invRed din- ner guests at the home of Mr, and Mrs. John Schulte Sunday evt, nlng. CanaSd;a and wh'ist helped furnish lots el~ fun. 'Mr. and Mrs. John Schlneling. Peter *and Linda, Evelyn We'in- reis, ,Mrs. Eva Welnrels, IVIr. and Mrs. Joe Bostyan were Sund.ay dinner guests at the Lloyd Wain- horne. *Mr. ,and Mrs. Albert Maus and Winter Show To [;*: ........ ,y..o= ....... -,] Open March 6-11 t Ollie News The 9th annual Futurity a:t ~he t | 13th annuaal North Dakota Win~ tar Show ~wt Valiley City, March 6-11, wilt kbe ~he largest in his- ~Vlr. and Mrs. Ralph Shepherd tory, aaceording to A. J. Dexter, agricultural development agent for the Northern Pacific, origina- tor .and manager of the even at this midwinier ~gricultural ex- position. Dexter reports that 338 animals h,ave be~n entered by 122 breed- ors for the 19.50 show, or 2'7 more calves ,and 20 addltion.~l breeders than participated las year. The Goldenwest R. E. A. Co-op meeting v~hich was held at Golva Thursday a~ternoon at the V. F. W. hall was very well a,Rended by a large number of Home- makers and husbands. ~/~iss Her- riet Brigham, Home Economist, gave very useful advise on the many electricaq appliances which were shown by WIr. Ports. Col- children visRed ,at the home of fee and cookies were served, two Mr. and Mrs. Joe Podolski of of the Golva Homemakers Club St. Phillips on Sunday. ladies assisting. A group of friends got ,together Ed Sygu,lla was a Glendive Mondaay evening, Feb. 27, and business ca~,ler Tuesday. motored ottt to the C. G. Huff- man home for a birthday surprise on ,Mrs. Huffman. W~st was played at four .l~bles. Prizes were, ,awarded, high to ,Mrs. Hub, f- man and Karl Blaake, Oharles,,s Hayden taking home both low prizes, and we are wonderir~g how he managed thee! Those ,at- tending were: Mr. and Mrs, Ka.rl Blake, Mr. a, nd Mrs. Bud H~tgh and dau~h~cer, Mr. and Mrs. Dud- ley Fulton and family, Mr. ~nd Mrs. Joe Hartse, Mr. and "Mrs. Dennis Hartse and son, Marvin Moen, and .hired man, Joe Sygul. la, a.nd Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hay- den. Mrs. Ituffman was presented with a pa'ir of lovely table lamps, hose, pin and bi~hday cards. A very nice lunch was served, and Mrs. Huffman thanked the guests for a lovely evenings er~ter[ain- ment and the guests departed around 1 o'clock a. m., with wishes for many happy returns of the day. Selling at AUCTION-- t000 C.4OLUMBIA CROSSBRElP EWES 30 PUREBRED COLUMBIA BUCKS Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bostyan, and Mrs. Eva Weinveis of Nonvalk, C~if., arrived at Golva Friday a~ternoon, witch furnRure, and] will take up their residence at] the Weinreis farm souCh o~ Col-I ~a, which they will farm thisI summer. Evelyn Weim'eis waas a visifmrI at the JOhn Schmeling home [ last week. and Scott, Dale Shepherd, Colin and All~n Cameron spent Sun- day ,at the Fay Shepherd home at ~a,bin Creek. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Shepherd and Larry e~te~tained Rev. K.nowles ,and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry S~nel,tzer and Robert at dinner Sund,ay. WIr. and Mrs. AI Sipe were ~he Ollie Homemakers Club ~Vir. and Mrs. Joe Steffes, Tuesday evening supper guests met at Whe home of Mrs. George Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Steffes at the Art Murphy home. Rusted Wednesdaay with a baby Mr. Francis Sierras were dt Mr. and Mrs. Willis Preston and shower for Mrs. Harvey Rest held guests at ~che Charles Plu~ ~iris spent Saturday a~,ternoon by the members. There were home Sunday. Francis has in Beach. eleven members and one guest been dischm-'ged from the Al Haverson of Bozeman, p.reser~t. Army. Mont., yeas a caller on old fri- - ends Saturday. Howard Stark was a dinner guest &t the Ross Cameron home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Plummet and Mr. and Mrs. Francis Plummet motored to Bismarck Saturday to get little DeboPah Plummer, Franeics' daugh,ter, who has been Mrs. Narum spen~ Wednesday a pa~:ent ,a,t the Bismarck hos- at the Benny Jesfield home. pital for some time. During the Mrs. Elmer W.ang and Mrs. Vic- absence of the Francis Plum- tor Berg were caEers at the By- roar's. Coleen stayed wi`th Lorann ron Hudson home Thursday eve- Berg and Bonnie s?~ayed at the ning. Paul Rowen home. Mr. and Mrs, Ralph Rusted and Mrs. Minnie Sorensen of Bea