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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
March 21, 1935     Golden Valley News
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~.I.~..X..X..X..X..&~.X. ,.~.X- *'~ "~ ~-~ "X"X"~'N t Carlyle News The St. Patrick's dance at Carlyle] Saturday was largely attended. All] report a dandy time. ! Roy Feragen returned Saturday from Col~ax, Wash., where he has been working for some time. His many friend~ were glad to see Roy ba~k, Senator and Mrs. W. L. Hamnlond returned home from Helena on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. D. Vincelette and children were one o'clock dinner guests at the L. Moline home on Sunday. J. A. Feragen was forced to pest- Done hs auction sale Friday because of stormy weather. The sale will be hel~ today (Thursday). The E. M. Golden Ianli~y moved down from Beach Thursday, Mr. Goldeu having purchased the Turner farm. Clara Hartse returned, to her home on Sunday after a month's employ- men( at the Her(so Care. Miss Kathryn Swanbro visited wiff, her parents over the weekend. While hauling hay Ti~ursday Claude Land had the misfortune to run a hay hook Into his heel. causing quit~ a painful injury. V(e llope for speedy recovery. Mrs. Hans Jacobsen presented ller husband with u big baby boy las~ Tuesday. Congratulations ! Hans Eide. Clara Hartse anti Mrs. Iver Falstead made a busiuess trlp to Beach and WibaUx last Tuesday. Clara }tartse visited her sister Hazel until Wodtnesday. Represc ~tat:ive Jack i~:~i.. Mrs, Jac: Ballard and H.~ ..,, turned fr: ,n Helena last \V,h., ;day MI'S. S ~ )ok of Be:~rh ' ' mY el]~. :ployed al lho Fera~en ~h'o.~ far~. THINGS THAT NEVER ItAPP entinel Butte Locals it m PI,.~v ~,, ~'~mu,s ('Ira lie" Hendive Monday. Mrs. Noretn went n the hospital for medical exalnina* pUi OD l~v "tjl(! .~[t*d,)Fil }]olueulakers Rev. Ant> r~on of P, eaeh h~,Id f.uth- club last Satm'day eve~tiu~ a~ tlw eran ehu>'h services nt Carlyle on Sentinel Butte Opera Ih)tlSe was e, Sunday. The Conlh'nlation class al- so met, I decided success n every way. The (,al]vletPlay itslf was good and was oxt~ep- Miss Edna Dennis v,'as ti tionally well presented. The Ladies vlsltOrRaymondOn WednesdaY,Moline find Merton Gibh-]] Aid selwed dinner at the Church son made a, fro to Belie Fourehe] t):tsel-ilellt ai (]:00 o'clock for the Thursday to get a truck load of me- members ot the east. Mrs Fred Smitb entertained the lasses. They returned that ewming. I)asketball team. tim E.~tl'a,~. Friday tester Cun~nil]gham has returued evening at her lmme. "Vile evening Fri