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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 13, 1941     Golden Valley News
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_PAGE 2 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS - THURSDAY, MARCH V I ~J . Ihe Golden Valley News IBl~e~ldren and Mrs. A. Mengel were the pretty gifts brought by her the Bridge club at the home of Mrs. by Mrs. Willis Fischer W R Bratton and H E Enderle ] _eac.h ..visitors ~amra.ay afternoo.n, friends. Fred Reinecke Tuesday afternoon. I James Griffith. " ~ 7. ". |Tne laales cauea on Mrs. A. Jreeley] Mrs Andy Peoples of Los Angeles A lovely lunch was enjoyed and the The Dessert Bridge cl~ & weekly l~lbllshed eveEdiTh~r~la?It~'tlBDelalcsne~orth Dakota Fa'itered aslwh has been quite ill. [Calif., was a recent visitor at the guest of honor received many pretty 'tertained Friday afterno~ lecond cl~s matter at the Postoffice at Beach, North Dakota, October 7, 1936, [Mr. and M~. E. A. Brand of, home of her daughter, Mrs. Bert gifts. _ ...... !W. Fischer and prizes we nndpr thp ~t nf M~rrh .q 1Rcn ]L~lCKlnson cauea on inenas here on Carroll Mrs ~taneyMeek was nosiest~o'to Mrs Wallace Scott and .......................... Wedne a " ' " Advertising rates furnished upon request I . s.day fternoon on their way, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Welsh enter- the Thursday. Night Bridge clubat ~Mueller. ~eporter 1 ~lbecrlption price $2.00 in No. Dak., Minn., Mont., and So. Dak., Elsewhere $2.50 to Llwngston. Mr. Brand was for- l tained Sunday in honor of their son : her home. High score went to Mrs. ! Mrs. Hattie Frisinger l~a.ll the . meny operator at the local depot. I Don's birthday Guests were Mr and Sial Wooaara and low to Mrs. Wm. sick list last week. td at th( _, .rest of the evening was spent social-I The Cottonwood Homemakers club iMrs Nick Scabad and son of Glen-Narum. Mrs. Frank Fessenden ~ the bi lro[[ers ]ly being topped of by a delicious]held then- regular meeting Sunday a~dlve, Mr. and Mrs. Don Welsh of The .Optlmstic Eight Badge clublto the P & B Womens ~a~. 22 .......... [lunch served by Mrs. Hagen. I the Stanley Trollope home with Mrs I Fairview Mrs A Men~el and Mr met with Mrs. Lawrence Hartse Wed- met at the Sutherland (~dinne g The 1~. v. moore lamiJy momrea ' "I ' " " " ,, ~,~,~h ,,,~ .~+, ,Co, 1 Elmer Kouba returned Saturday ITrollope and Mrs. Rueben Amanrud .and Mrs. Albion Welsh and children nesday afternoon.Prizes were won day evening, trold Lov ~"ffr~.'J "R An"d~e""writes that Mr IfrOm a two months sojourn through l as hostesses. Out-of-town guests were iMrs. Scabad and Mrs. A. Welsh each and s( a,a,o" ~," f'~ii ...... ~, hot* .... a ~o~ Ithe west. He visited relatives and i Mr. and Mrs. Roy Milliron and chil. ';made a lovely birthdav cake and _ _ -t evenir ~o~,~a ,~,~,t ,hJ~,, ,~,~,ma~ ~n,o h~ tmany old time Alp a f mn s a d - Idren and Mr .and Mrs. Pete Peder- IDon received some pretty gifts along | ~thbun a b ................. J ~" ..... . .......portsa fine vacation, son a h" " * ' " . "s S underwent a goitre operatmn last !_ md c ~ld~:en .of Glen. dive and t w,th best wishes fm many more such l I ~ I ~ I I ~ ,~L ~ _.teck, November. ] J lvirs. ~:rvm. uecKert of ~ent]nel Butte..happy occasions. | ~ I ~ ~ I ~I ~ what. A lovely droner and socml arts]noon 1~ r tat serve( Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Crook were I WIhclllv . , " ' " 1 {S. John Sokoloski underwent a t l ~ ~ ~ I i ~ [] ~ ~ ~ . TT llJtgtl~ was enjoyed by the members of the m o~ ~ ~e guest Tuesday afternoon callers at the P, , , : I aj operat'on at Dickinson last l ~ ~ ~ ~ ~1~ ~ ~ ;_ - ............ | ............ ClUO and their families I..^~,. ~.~ ,-~--~ ....... i [ ,m ,~~, ,~ ~ ~ ~ m~ ~ ~ -~ fv nomes V, MOOl'~ I1Uiile. Mr. anu ~ars. a. ~ryce irolll sou~,[] Wg~'h. A--~UI IlICIIU5 lll,)p~ sIle Ilas a ~ } ' Mr. and Mrs. Francis Boyce were ]of town and their son Richard were Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Eisenbart spent ]speedy recovery I | ' ~vf the s ~re remo~ Sunday w~th relatives near Falrvmw Trotters visitors on Friday. !shopping in Beach Saturday. ' , ' " ' ] Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rogers and] ] 1928 CHEVROLET, GOOD BUY in - ------- I Ernest Page was a business visitor Camilla Sta,r :ho has spent the past ]children of Glendive were dinner [ ~_ ors, control ST. PAI~. ~ ~H:V&NtoflI~CII from Dickinson the first of theeeke E~.:eeeb:;:Wh:m~emretuErn2" w~hlrtlla:d g:n~s of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall re- i 1935 CHEVIE FOUR-DOOR SEDAN, A BARCt~This is ~. r. xaoon accompame~ ~ o g .... ' ...... . i ~- I ! ~ U ~" _ . . IHansen to Glendive Wednesday. ~o me nome o~ ner parents, mr. ana I Mr. and Mrs. Arley Helvik enter- I | SOME GOOD BULLS AND A NUMBER OF MHK r l.nvme serwces 10 a.m. I Mr and Mrs Pete Bold and chil- ~v, rs. ~tuart bmlr. I tained at a bridge party Saturday[| ........ ~ .... JJ( Sunday school after services. !drab "are enjoying a new car Mrs. John Trollope from the Cot- night. Prizes went to Mr and Mrs ~ ONE REGISTERED ROAN SHORTHORN BUI .... : Midweek Lenten services Wednes-I Mrs Annie Mengel went back to tonwood country north of town un-ILawrence Hartse and Mr and Mrs I| -,~ea a{ endleton day at 7:30 p.m. the ~bion Welsh home Thursday af- derwent an appendectomy at the N. ]Leste~ Zopfi. Dainty~freshmen~l I WE HAVE SEVERAL GOOD USED ROW C]~ht and ] tar spending the past three months P- hospital in Glendive last week and were served. ] ] " ~ermore 1 ~1 | lib town with her daughter Mrs B is reported to be getting along nicely. I Mrs. W. Fischer was the inspira- [ | TRACTORS - SEE THESE FIRST mrchased arena 'We " " Mrs. Dan Stockwell and Mrs. Ks-}tlon for a delightful shower given by]~ SEVERAL STANDARD ,r~a~ ~ there , Mr. and Mrs. ~I~rold Zlebarth were I Mr. and Mrs. Woodrow Gass and ::~rie:eofI~t:~OTrWnel;e hot.testes to the ll I~ ,- , ..... v,,~, ~! ~ond~v evenina callers at the AudIchildren autoed to Beach Saturday y humeran Aid a~! ~ ~ ----~- ~CH L ='=--~ ""~'- ~ "~ Iwhere Woody had dental work done the church Friday afternoon and [ I t SOME GOOD USED DRILLS ~,,. ~u~an no_me, . .... I Clam Parker came home from Hal- served a nice supper. ] ~'~--~I~ I] .__~LS,ve, E, A. F. Irons was m Decca TuesaaYlena Friday morning where he attend- Mrs Hu~h Lockra~, is a ,'~tient at[ l'|~:;~|][ ] I SEVERAL GOOD SECOND-HAND WINCHAR : . ~" ~ a P'~ sen to have an infected foot treated. I. -he state le islature the Wa ner - s "' " | t! JT ool .......... t g . g no pltal. I 1l ! / I [ WITH BATTERIES COMPLETE, READY FOR service, Tills commm~,y was r~taaenea ~tm-I Mr. and Mrs. Win. Schuett re- RobertBaird andson went to l vormalacn -o ,, , se- day by the death of Ed Fasching who [turned home Sunday evening from a Beach Thursday and brought their [ ~'~ ]l NTTMI~.W n~ ww~l~vra~ln t tvvr~ ut auto I~' ~v~ces had been a patient at the Dickiusonlseveral weeks vacation sr~nt in CaU- cousin Jack Dunla- h~m,~ f~,,,~ t~[ | K'~ I | ,~ ...... ~ vA. ,,u~,,x~.-ffi,,~, ~, ~vvv~ ~:_~ hospital for fifteen weeks. Ed had !fornia. Johnstone Memorial hospital where he ] Leresan [ | FOUR-BOTTOM PLOWS, GOOD SHAPE j :' lived in the Alpha neighborhood forI Russell and Gene Welsh went to has been a patient or several weeks. I ~| e, na, over twenty five years and had many ~Billings Thursday on business, re- Mrs. Jennie Mueller will help care for[ lr~llr T~IF~ lr~nlr TI'~ [ I ................... i Butte- " ,riend~ here. Our sincerest sympathy ltm'ning Friday. Bill Kiedroski who him at the Baird home [ 1 1 ]LIH[ U I! I'Ltl ltk'N VAI I I~V ILIAi W G:WI It aid = . ' " /L~ I "2t ~ , ~nI goes to the bereaved wife and child [had spent several weeks in Billings, Mis. c.n~. w~.~ ~,. t~o ~. I t[ q.]FqLPJI.2 -rl[/LdL//E/I IIL~IR~]E/t.~J[.][~II~,~ .. ran who feel so keenly the loss of a came back with Russell sp, ira~on .......................... for a lovely birthday party k ~o, " [ Roswell Anderson combined bus|-at her home Frida evenin AfterI COMPANY II , gr. Beach, devoted husband and father A large C.C. Clar M y g gathering was present for the set /n " ess with pleasure when he came on the games Mrs Rein-rV~ s .... a Co,, [ I[ "vices at Golva last Thursday ............. " . Thursday and left Friday for Boze- ty refreshments and Colleen opened I ~ servicer Edward Kouba hamed hogs tO man. He was an overnlght visitor a~ ~ _..__.___ Beach Thursday afternoon for John the parental Robert Anderson home. ' ~.~ Xnopp Mrs S. L. Sherman was down from " The Sunshine Society met with Glendive last week helping at th: ~ ~]~( Mrs Art Underwood on Wednesday Gazette office. Editor White is o ~k North and enjoyed one of her delicious din- ners. Mrs. A. J. Ziebarth, Annabelle and Mrs. R. L. Johnston were mem- bers from here who attended. The place of the nex~ meeting has not yet been decided H. A. Bury received word from Mrs. Bury Wednesday statingthat her sister at Geneses.Idaho. had passed away. Mrs. BIns" has been helping m care for her sisier the pas~ month and has the symypathy of her many friends in her sorrow. Maurlee Hogoboom and Eft Eide rc- turned Wednesday after speuding a few days in Bismarck. H. A Bury and Geo. Sygulla were in Dickinson on busines,~i Friday. " Mr, and Mrs, Carl Otrcmba. Don- aid and Virginia were Sunday dinner guests at the Harold Ziebarth home. Frank and Andrew Fasching, Mrs. Joe Fasching, Mr. Eugene Stifter and able to get up town again after a long siege of flu and pneumonia which will be good news to his friends who have missed his famiilar figure from the street and office. Mrs. F. E. Elliott was hostess at the regular meeting of the C. F. Mi- 'ssionary society Wednesday afternoon at the club house. She served a fine lunch at the close of ~he meeting. Announcements have been receive~ of the birth of a baby girl on Feb. 26th to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Skaar of Ontario. Oregon. Harold is a son of Mr and Mrs. Ed Skaar, Mrs. Mary Scamrnon and daughters and Mrs. Glenn Scammon and d~,ug- ter were in Beach Saturday. ' E. B. Stair and W. L. Staggs were business visitors in Forsyth recently. Miss Dorothy Woods entertained the Women's Christian Service Society of the M. E. churcll 31 her home Tlmrs- Mr. Quas~ of Winston. Minn.. re- day afternoon. After the business turned home on Saturday after hay-.meeting and program a lovely hmch ing attended the funeral of Ed Fat-iwas enjoyed by all. ching,t Mrs Nagode left Monday for her Mr. and Mrs. Clms. Otremba, Mr. home at Red Lodge after spending and Mrs. Werner Nistler and Mr. and the winter at the home of her Mrs. P. J. Hagen were Sunday dinner:daughter. Mrs. Hattie Frisinger. guests at the Ed Scherman home. I The girl scouts entertained their Leonard Boehlke retunaed the past mothers at a luncheon at the school week from Dickinson where he had house after school Wednesday. been a patient at the hospital. Lauretta Nelson, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carew left on and Mrs. Berger Nelson. from south Friday for the northern part of the of town, was able to leave the Wag- state where they will visit ner hospital Saturday after being an uncle!seriously' ill with flu and a gathering of Mrs. Carew. The Catholic Study Club met at the in her head. Friends are glad to hear P. J. Hagen home Sunday evening, of her recovery. At the close of the study period the~ Mr. and Mrs. Albion Welsh and CLOSE-OUT PRICES ON ALL BULK OILS Place your order now to take advan- tage of these prices for future delivery: Two fi .pl. Dr,t Mobil Oil ...... SAg "a4" $o so DL Drum PgtmU -4r aud ................................. a d. ,i Three 30-gal Drums Texaco SAE '40' and '50' gal 45 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! busines~ :~aYMrs ~inner g~ :~eitinger. ~d Mrs. Mr. an evening. iarvel Er :~ng to s: At the Shoen farm, one mile east and 13 miles south of Sentinel nine miles east and one mile north of Golva, on BEGINNING AT 10 A. M. 1 roan mare 12 yrs old, wt 1300 1 grey mare 10 yrs old, Wt 1300 1 roan mare 8 yrs old, wt 1400 grey mare 4 yrs old, 1400 I grey geldng 3 yrs old, wt 1300 I black cow, 7 yrs old I red cow 5 yrs old 1 red cow 4 yrs old 1 white face cow, 5 yrs old I white face cow, 3 yrs old I range cow 7 yrs old 1 white face heifer, coming 2 yrs. I bull calf, 6 months old calves, 2 months old brood sows 6 shoats chickens 1 22-36 MeCormkk.Dcering triter on rubber 1 McCormick-Deering tandem disc Butte, or at ill LUNCH WILL BE SERVED AT NOON 1 12-ft. Van Brunt engine drill with steel box, front feed, power lift 13-ft. packer to follow drill 15-foot 9-B Massie Harris Combine 1 8-foot McDeering binder with Deer ing head 1 McCormick mower 8-ft Massie Harris disc plow Deering mower 1 corn planter, 1 row 1 horse disc harrow 1 5-section drag 1 wagon with box 1 3-horse McDeering engine 1 wagon with grain tank 1 wagon with hay rack 1 wagon used for oil barrels 1 wagon with rack platform 1 1935 V-8 pickup in good shape 1 cream separator l-smail fe -, bunk., 1 water tank Several and oil ': Sw),e ......... .... " 400 Bushels Barley 10 Tons Millet Hay HOUSEHOLD FURNITURE OTHER ARTICLES TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION li _ I " I TERMS OF SALE ARE CASH = L____ __ __ N I A A at A ta ta w br th th th Trollope & Howard, Auctioneers Farmers & Merchants Bank, Clerk