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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 13, 1941     Golden Valley News
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er at the Harol: r := Jo n and Pete Hamme o,d were ITuesday evening The meet g was Mr and Mrs Eddie Cook en ~ the birthday pertv iasL FIt- business visitors at Beach Friday. made up of a round table discussion[visitors at the Harold Hollar home on en's ~a~. Those who "were 'Jx The Jolly Whist club met Saturday led by Mrs. Byron Hogoboom. After IFrlday evening. ~d Cedinne guests were Mr. and evening at the A. E. Schef~er home. the buslness meetlrg the time was[ The many friends of the Burha~ ,told Lowman, Mr. and i~lrs. Eight games were played, Mrs. Gee. spent in visiting, after which a very Ifamlly extend their sincere sympathy and son and those arrivin~ Gesrev and John Tschida receiving later. !lunch was served by Mrs Boisen delicious lunch wasserved by the ]in their hour of sorrow ~t evening were Mr. ~nd Ms~. high ard Mrs. John Tschida and Mrs. A. E. Scheffer attended ~hel Mls ..... ' -" hostess | " ----'-ithbun sad children Mr and Fralk Schouboe low prizes. A pleas- Carlyle ladles aid Thursday afternoon ~ '" w" ft..van Ear, on spent ~un- Mrs 'Neff Ho-obo .......... ,^~ ] .... which met with Mrs C M Fulton any evening VLSiting at the home of ~... .s ,,,, ~u,~v,~,,~,| ~is Stecker Mr and' Mrs Ed ant feature cf the evening was the Mr and Mrs Tommy Fe'rrel have!Mr" and Mrs. Floyd Houck at Beach. oy ,obDy Hogoooom, Mildred Busch/ ~d Chas. 'Lowman. Midnight birthdays of Mrs. Schouboe and of - * ~ro ~ .................. and Eddie Theisen drove to Dickinson | .... ~s served at 1:00 a. m. after Mrs. Gearey, who each received a big'~be a O l e and Baker t e past week visitin- with he- ~i~*^r ......... Saturday where they attended the [ ~t~Et{'],r/~qtxr |~ ~ipt~'~'~d- ~e guests departed for their birthday gift and cake as mementos~caring for ~Irs. Gee. Farrel who is .~ , s .... - ~ ~= , ~,~,~. ~au~vfinals of the tournament ~ k.~a~taltlot~ 1~ z~,t.~.t,~ ver-- iP i wooK ana Iam~iy. " [ . liP' ge homes of the club The next meeting will bex '. ~ Miss Ruth Hartse visited at the J mi wx ~f the stockmen in our ~--- with Mrs. Jotm Tschida March 22. i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloan, Mr. I_ Mr. and Mrs. Ber~ Faschlng spenthome of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Smith t I1nnr~ II~ Ixe remodelin corra , ~.o~- Rudolph Rising was taken to the land Mrs. Lorenz~'Schulte, returned. ~^n ~weonesaaYland Mrs Tommgn~wosepkaa~ ~ne nomeThevOf alsoMr" ,,-n F~i:'~ nay ..... wvn"~",,~. . ~l x,A~,v,t ~.~ ~L~d ts in order ,:test t~SeirPcat~t~l~ !Beach hospital Sunday morning suf- Monday from Minnesota and Chicago j ... " ..... *, _ Mrs Inga Carlson spent Fnda; ................. control of T B ......~ e fering the effects of a severe sore where both families had visited rela-lws~.eFa~ t n.e nome ot Mr. an.a Mrs. land Saturday visiting with Mrs L. yule l~ltlL~Ml, UOl~ltlrUl~ AR@ This is done" in' ~oue~ait~ig~ ithrat and other complications. Mar- tiM~. . . ~,ouls.. ascnlng ~ne same evenmg. Yates. . i CHEERFUL HOME DECOP~ ~ U S Buret-- :'--." ttin Susa is assisting at the RisingMiss" EandMrSeiJhn Schmelingrand thM~baEkrtbsatllvelvnW nreis were call s at ILK and" the 'iS,at' saAn:tmral !farm with chores during Rudy's ab- N~yens ~kieklVe:al :af MMr'an~ndM?:s" HaFt:/ SSm~itth :~d[ AWING SUGGESTIONS, " * i Thursday i " ' ~W J John ,~ sence which friends hope will not be the Leo Rising home Sunday _* ". ..... daughter spent Thursday in Dickin-] rtrl ~ ~7"!-~ y]rl~ ~u~a~rized~lw " " agent.sen' Veterarmn ,~ !long. " Mr. ano Mrs. wm. t~aroner ann son I*~rt~ Irt K~I~ ~endleton is movl-- _ [ Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schouboe ~nd~ Mesdames John. Schaefer Alfred ~Marin' Elenore Boisen and Delores'i ~ars.': aonnny ....... rmnnoia was a ~eacn J. UtltL,Ill lllllt V fT~t and ..... -g some ~armldaughter were visitors at the John Scheffer, Henrmtta Sheen and Miss I Hess drove to Dickinson on Thursday i ....... ~r -= " "J ~ermore fa/m wh"tne--trmer ]Schaefer home Sunday. Janette Ferguson were afternoon vis- to take in the ,,ames wmmr ~amraay. ~,~-,,~,~r l~l.~.h I 'itors at the Ochouboe home Tuesda-' I .... " .. " . ! Mrs. Clara Wagner entertained the kJ~tL~.~|tl~9 lV|dl$11 IJ _ ~ .... ~-] Mrs. A. 1.. Mar~ln returned from~,,AsYo,, Are" eluh at her home on d mrchase,~, .~ -~u~,bty. ~ ..... n_tcnMr._Tne IntuiT'Pen" Otto Hanson and son Richard me- Mr. and Mrs. 1~ill r~remers anti ]Jamestown last week where she had iF i -- .................... t ~ ~ ~ ~ there after .,.._. , [tored to Steele Thursday afternoon. ~ .... " i r day afternoOn. Three games of . __e a~er Ap,, ,~. [John Hanson, a brother to Otto, re- famLy visited at the home of Miss been vlsitmg for some time. bridge were pla~ed ~ith prizes going At at me ~!! LU~rHER-$AM ~C~ I turned home with them Saturday. Flora and Dunc McPhee on Sunday The lucky wmners for the draw-~to Mrs. Fred Smith first, Mrs. Harry m~,_~D Mr. and Mrs. Pete Weinreis re-evenmg, ing of the "pot of gold" on Saturday~lsmith second and honor, and Mrs. LET BETTY MOORE, INTER- liver Everett, Prater turned to their home the first of the The Golva independent basket ball were Ernest Osterhout, first M. C. W. Gardner deuce. After cards a [OR DECORATOR FOR BENJ. AR~ school 10 a m I week from a fine trip to Los Angeles team played at the Alpha hall Friday ~Tescher, second; and Wm Roesler, OR ~ servmes 11 a.m. [and other west coast points, inight and Golva won 33-22. On Sun- third. Mr. Osterhout was not present ]lunch was served by the hostess. MOORE & CO., HELP TO ' " " " ] Mr. Ed Kennedy has been confinedCOLOR STYLE YOUR HOME. services Wednesdays at 7.~n I Mr. and Mrs. Art Schmitz areday afternoon Golva played Ollie at ~ so the first prize for the coming Sat- ]to his home the past few days because Ollie and lost 22-33. lurday will be $14.00 instead of $7.00. [of sickness. 7S ~ ..... moving to the Wibaux vicinity and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wemette, Harry Mrs. Paul Wagner cared for me WE SELL THE PRODUCTS [ Mrs. Margaret Boisen and Marjorie BETTY MOORE RECOM- p~ ~rhood, Wed 8:30 p m Mar [ will locate on one of Dr. Niece's Funk, Albert Rising, Edward SuNs, tFasching children on Wednesday and [Pierce drove to Medora Friday where J. Anderson home " farms. B ---"- I Dolores Schouboe was an overnight Lewis Schmitz and Ralph Flnneman Thursday while Mr. and Mrs. Fasch-[they visited relatives and friends. MENDS. i motored to Dickinson Friday in be- ing were in Golva. [ Nell Hogoboom returned Saturday ~.~ aid--"1 utte:Thursday March 13 ]urday.|guest of Mrs. Morris Douglas on Sat-jhalf of basket ball. Norbert and[ A birthday party was held at the [evening from Fargo where he has 6olden __V llev ~t.~*-~rs . , , at[ Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson were Ralph Flnnean took the Golva folks Paul Wyckoff home on Sunday hen-[been a patient at the Veteran's heN- r~ormanHaugse enter-]dinner guests of Mrs. Laura Strahonldwn and Golva won two games out oring Gary Oene Wyckoff who was [pital for several weeks. ~J ch, se ce : o ,Sunday ]f foUr. celebrating his slxth birthday annl-] Mrs. GuN Hemley and children of Lumber Company Mrs. Dudley Fulton and Miss Ew versarY. At six o'clock a lovely din-|Fallen, Montana, spent Sunday vis- i elyn Wcinreis were hostesses at a[ Se tte was served with two birthday cakes |lting her brothers Archie and Hugh PHONE 62 - BEACH i handsomely decort~ted centering the |Bolton and family. ...... ~ ~:~ P.m. farewell party F-Nday at the Cripps table.Those present to wish Gary, school for the Ed Nlstler children who i Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Ktrkpatrick / A progressive Co va sre leaving our vicinity this week. A t were Beach business visitors on Fri- whist party was held a happy birthday were Mr. and Mrs. Harry Olson and Bobby, and Mr. and t i:! HAVE 1500 FRYERS AND BROILERS NOW READY FOR MARKET. WILL SELL THEM DRESSED AND DRAWN OR OTHERWISE. THESE BIRDS WEIGH THREE LBS. AND OVER Dressed and drawn - 75c per chicken A POSTCARD WILL DELIVER THEM TO YOUR DOOR IN BEACH EVERY SATURDAY Box 83 - - - Sentinel Butte e e Among the thommnds of dem~at law- abiding beer retail establlshm~ts in America there may be a few dlm-epu- table ~nts." While it is the brewers' responsi- bility to brew good beer and the re- tailers' restxmsihflity to sell beer under wholesome conditions,nevertheless the brewing industry is concerned about these Undesirable places and wants them cleaned "up. We want them cleaned up because they endanger .Your right to enjoy good beer.., and our right to make it. We want them cleaned up because they endanger the 5,803 jobs and :~,036,148 payroll created by beet-in North Dekota ~ re-legalization. Beer contributed $537,4',76.67 last year in taxes in this state. These benefits are worth preserving. You can help us, if you will, by (1) pat- roniztng only the reputable, legal places that sell beer and by (2) reporting any law violations to the duly constituted law enforcement authorttise. #re eem/et2" e all Srd WlIll ' A distinguished, ultra-fashionable addition to the Chevrolet line for '41 featuring a swank new F/eet/tne Body by Fisher... Landau type rear-quarter panel .. Custom-quality broadcloth upholstery... Luxu- rious carpeting... Rich wood-grained moldings . . . New "Silverstyl" dash and instrument panel . . . Sparkling new window reveals . . . Fisher ventilation at rear windows as well as at front . . . "3-couple roominess," including abundant head, shoulder and leg room. II I I I II I L ]