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April 19, 1934     Golden Valley News
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, N. D., ADVANCE THURSDAY, APRIL 4-H OIRI~ REORGANIZE "The Live Wire 4-H club met at the l~ome of Mrs. C. M. Fulton Sat- urday afternoon to reorganize for the ,coming year. The following of. fleers were elected: President. Irene MOen, vice president, Agnes Gib- bons; secretary; Juanlta Baliard; song and yell leader, June Martin; reported, Gwendolyn Fulton. The club has planned on taking up the ~treakfast Club Project" this year, lots of instructive work and good times are being planned, including a camp fire picnic supper, cooked by the girls. The next meeting will be with Juanita Ballard Saturday, April 21, when she will demonstrate cooking one article which she will serve to the girls for lUnCh. Gwen- dolyn Fulton, reporter, Note--This club is rightly named, Live for they truly are young live and a live wire leader to lead Mr. and Mrs. Pale Clark former resident of now of Watertown, S. turned to the home mother, Mrs. Mogle, (~ale contemplates hess here, They and Mrs. C. G. day. The George sever~ anyone aware of its can be fixed trweel on cident may Mrs. Geo. l~rank Mocker motored to Dickin- sen Friday and brought home Miss Helen and Master Orris for the weekend. Mrs. George Hammond attended a hc~nemakers and 4-H club meet- lug at Beach Wednesday. Mm. Henry Slnz motored to Wi- baux Wednesday-to consult ~a doc- tor in regard to an eye infection, which the doctor said there much of it caused from dust and dirt in air. Mrs. Anna Quale and daughter Viola and Mrs. Ed, Novak drove to Dickinson Saturday to consult me- aid for Viola. Miss Eva Kirmey wishes to extend through the Advance her sincere ap- preciation and surprise of the gift r~ent her from the Golva Sunshine society. She received it on Wednes- day and Sunday being her birthday it was Just like a birthday surprise, Those visiting Eva Sunday were Mr. and Mrs, Art Bryce and family, Bernice Bair, Mr. Peters, Miss Con- sack and Clarence Waite. She re- ceived ome nice eats such as cakes and fruit salad. Mr. and Mrs. Eber Blake and H. Anderson were Wibaux visitors on Saturday, the former bringing out a new engine for his farm work. Mrs. Art Bryce had dental work done at Beach Monday. Frank Haigh and Margaret MOody Mr. and . Fulton and Mrs. R. ~; ~ attended the Conoordia choir program at the l~ach High school ,Sunday evening and enjoyed it very much. C.-M. Fulton has been unable the past week to drive his ear on the marl route, owing to severe burns from a gasoline lamp. Mr, and Mrs. Frank Fulton have moved but to the Clocl~on farm southeast of Carlyle. M~s. Reese Owens, Cromer, Thom- M and Jane motored down from week and sized crowd in skates, dinner, card of entertainment at St. Philiip next April ~. Keller of Wibaux was called to the Joe Efta home this morn- int, ~[the children are real sick with Mr. and Mrs. W. Blue were busi- ness visitors at Baker Tuesday. GARNER Mrs. L. E. Curl and Mrs. Frank 8chouboe entertained the Golva Homemakers Thursday, April 12th, Dinner was served at noon, after which the meeting was called to or- der by the president. Two songs were sung with Mrs, R, Denton 'at the piano. Eleven members answ- ered to roll call. After the usual routine of business the meeting was turned over to the local project leader. The topic "How to buy hos- tew," was interestingly discussed by Mrs. Geary and a lot of stockings, in every stage of construction, were shown by the leader. She also dis- played some silk thread in the raw. or just as the silk worm is through with it. The next meeting will be with Mrs. Bertha Johnson. The pro- jec~ leader will give the next lesson. it being a continuance of the last meeting. Herman Wassmann has moved onto the farm recently Vacated by Ben Lachlar instead of the LaMere place as had at first been planned, but expects to make the change later. Mrs. Henry Omsberg who has were Sunday evening guests at C, spent the last ~seven months at her (G, H~ffman's home, theold home i~ I~t~ma~eturned home A whist party was held at 1 [ son.-L'aurence~ will home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter D ucI until the ~ d of' the Baturday evening. Mrs. Obrlen be-I re...a_-./~-~re ~ames Nan ] ~chq-~J'ear" \ lng lucky winner ?of ~ _ i _1 M~_/Crossman ~'egness receiving w. A p easant _ -7.T - time is reported. [ Lt~(~in nome rs Pearl The Badiand homemakers club[ ~ts.._ . el~ l~aen met at the Harry Frlsinger home l ~e~ J. ~turday evening. ~rougn~ Iris spend Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson~ Edna "were dinner guests at the C. NelSoD~ home home Sunday. ~ [ Mrs. L. Bert Covert and Mrs. G~I Mrs. brought Han~nond were eatling on Mesdam~ I home she spent 1t. Johnson, William Carew ar~!:l the Milton Zlebarth in Alpha Friday. ~ t day Butteher parentS,satur- ~r. and Mrs. Alfred Parker, Char~- [ day lotto, Mary and Jean Connor of OI~[ ]ic were callers on Mr, Angelmey M Mrs. Stella Geary and Muriel, and of Wib~x Sunday, ~ attended the Thelma Larson attended a schol. Frank Meeker at arship test at Glendive Saturday. Mrs. A. E. Scheffer and Miss ~erna were hostesses at a bridal ~hower for Mrs. Frank Meeker Sat- urday afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Geary, parents of the bride, Upon arrival of the Ip~ts, they were requested to start eutting and piecing blocks for a "Friendship Quilt," on the center of which, when finished, the maker wrote her name to be worked, 22 blocks were completed, several to finish and several to be sent in by friends unable to attend. This will make a pretty quilt, which the bride will long remember. A guess- ing contest was given, Mrs. George Hammond the lucky guesser. The bride then assisted by Miss Scheffer unwrapped her many gifts, which were stacked high upon the table, after which she thanked them graciously for the lovely gifts receiv- ed. Mrs. Geary and daughter, Hel- en from Dickinson assisted with serving refreshments. After which the guests departed with thanks to the hostesses and congratulations to bride. The Ollle High school association er~ertained the parents at the as- sembly hall Friday evening. A fine ~a~gram of plays, recitations and ~nU~l selections with a lovely completed a much appreciat- ed evening entertainment to the parents. ROSIS Ovle and Marq Peterson re- turned from Mind.polls the Put week. Bessie Morton and Rudolph Ris- lng were visitors at the various in South Valley ~md~v eve- home Saturday. Orpha Blue from north of Beach visited several days last week at the Creasman home, returnir~g to her home Sunday, after a week end visit at the John Bosserman home. Mrs. Wosepka and daughters were Beach shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Nick Lu~din motored to Dickinson Thursday and will stay a few days with her sister, Mrs. Eide while having a medical examination/ Luella Holienbeck is teaching the school that Mrs. Sam Eck taught earlier in the year, Laura Strahon was a caller at the Wosepka home Thursday. Mrs. Crossman and Orphia Blue visited at the Lyman Page home on Wednesday. Alvin Geary is helping'Lyman Pg~e get his crop in. ,~ Mrs. Crossman met with the 8tm- ~ine committee at the Schouboe home Tuesday. The Wora "P,~" The l~referred pronunciation of the Un'm "pr0celm" is pros'e~-O as In not, says the Literary D~est. The plural Is formed by adding e~ but the accent is not shifted. The pronuncintlon "l)r~" is an mff'~e- taUoa without standing. A ~cond- lu'Fpronunelatlon Is preferred tnEng. Isad, but the Univereal English DiG. Uooary, published in London, which aims to ~lve the pronunciation com- mon to and preferred at Oxford unl. verelty, d~ not recognize a plural form with str~ of ~he third ~yl- lable, nor the proounclation of the termination es as eez in processe~ Miss Margaret Scott, a teacher in'~ the Baker High school spent the l week end with her mother, Mrs. W. I A. ~cott. ] T1]e inter-cla~s track ~ournalnent of tl~e Wibaux High school was held last week. with the junors winning fiz~t place. Mrs. Paul Mortensen of Harlem~ and Mrs. Ralph Van Atter of Beach attended the funeral services for their brother Burton Ohnstad, last Wednesday." Complhnentary to a group of friends, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Armen- trout were hosts Monday evening last. when they entertained at seven tables of bridge. Concluding sev- eral hours of the evening's diversion of bridge at which Mr. and Mfrs. F. J. Stipek received the high score award, Mr. and Mrs. D. E. McCann, second high and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogerson low, a dainty lunch was serve~l by the hostess. The Skaar and Thrams families spent the week end at their respec- tive homes near Skaar, Mrs. Harry Cassldy of Billings is a guest at the Floyd Keys home south of Wibaux. Miss Jeannette Welsh. a teacher in the Washington school at Olen- dive, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Win. Welsh. Mrs. O. S. Drake. who has been confined to her bed the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Albion Welsh and family, Mr. and Mrs. Burton Welsh and sons Russell and Donald. Miss Donelda Brost. Mrs. Anna Mingel and Miss Jeannette Welsh of Glen- !As Wirt Appeared at"Plot" Probe ! GOLVA HI SCHOOL Dr, William K. Wirt (left) and his counsel, fo.rmer Senator Jam~ A: Reed, of Miuourl, as they appeared at the opening ox.~ne ~on~ ee.monat lave~dgtflon in Wash~n.into the c Oy ur. wzn ox a -praln trUSl; ro(I pZOL" suffering from rheumatism is slow- ~ ~ _ _ .od re r. =o CHOOL of Circle is a guest at the W. O. guests includ Bryant, \. Schuett home. Helen W ood/~Patricia Man~, g. Tw~ pupils have had birthdaye Henry Eggert has returned to his iPeggY ~s.._facque_nne _.~.uey, this ~month. Florence Raisler's w Florence. O Rourxe ann ~mr~ey home in Hebron, N. D., after a t o .ren~/~'O'Rourke, ~ and . . birthday was the eighth, and Joyce , ~Fa~ eyer "~ne st ot nonor weeks visit with relatives and~ ~fl~eyer. "~ne grist c Snow's~ the second of April friends in Wibaux I r~'ed many n~ce gift. ~W n is school on ~ . _ Mr. i. entla d v_ited e Wibaux ,Voma s club ~met Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Welsh of Wi-~': ~h, . ~V, na~',' "/ Frida~ afternoon, April 13th. Dur- ~onaay evening tne nome on baux and Mrs. Sknner of Beach m~- I . / g ~n .~ne~ . .e~c ..~ ing Civics class, he talked to us / I omms ro of th Hig senoo wltn t0red to Dickinson Thursday. / , . Fro !h~]txg.r~j~)~v about~ General Custer and the old {Mmses Ima Lan ows nee Listed among the delightfuV~soc- ~lar ~_an~ )ws_~. ~'x~e . Custer trai. We enjoyed this very ial affairs of the past weel~,, were: LalsoniEthel P~le~s, }~:~.~ucz mucl~. o land lena Allen ana r ~:a ,~ the bridge petites at which Crs. R -i .: ?let ..- brought some paper book h she warps s nostesses ~ g ~ne bert Andersen was hostess,'hen ' ~as r : . l,x}l~wmg cove~s, with which we have been busme sessio~ at whxch he prem entertained in complment]~o a num- " ~s~ se~, .i vhich~the pr. !- covring our best books. den, rs Lar on pros|de the Z0L bet of friends on Tuesday evening ~, ~rs. ar~ reside$ the ,,- The pupils have been working on lowing ~ogz , with Mrs Thos w and again Thursday ~enin~ Six ~. g ~rog~a~. h Mrs~Thos... a/Dutch scene for the sandtable. Cotto~ airman was esen~ea , tables of bridge furni~ed d~eJ~u " ~.~-nau' _ w_as l~esem : ~ye have just finished the paper each evenin~ At the~i21esds~var~ Two r-~U~ SOLOS, mr. M. ~ ~.arson. /~indmilis the high a'--ward wa~ won-~'y CM-'~ Paper, "I~_Qw the Movies_ Ha.~t~n Chl~ Spelling averages for the last Isabel Buckland, s4ond ihigh I~ dren," Mrs. A._~.L ~amson.~ v~l month are: Allen Ekre, 97 percent; ~rs ~ ~ ~liot azid lov~ hv Mi~ som/4vtrs, t~. ,~. e'mcner. Pla~9~OlO, E~le ~e~re 97 r~,~,,,t. F1Orene~ .......... ~- -~ ---.- ..s M P ~stb --a "#=^'~'-- -- --- ' "~ ........... Florence Larson. ~wards at t]~e ~.s. . ...~. y. ~ per,/~:~seaam, g Raisler, 94 percent; Robert Ekre, 91 F;ctures oz ~ne ~ear ~reparea ~y Thurday party wer~ received ~ . . _ . ..... percent; Joyce Snow, 89 percent; ~s ~mrm Mrs wm~e Mrs, Alger Meek, I~. Frank l~g- _ . " Ella Snow, 88 percent; Robert Snow, vocal SOlO erson and Mrs. M. C. ~leckamar~ LangowskL 79 percent. Miss RoSelia Stewart,o.was a week of the program a] Ella Snow who is in the fifth lunch was served by the! grade, composed this poem: end guest at the home of" ~ lind hostess to 24 members and three Mrs. Arleigh Meek. BROWNIE. THE PIRATE Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Steele motored guests. Brownie was a pirate bold, to Baker Sunday and spent the day Thirty-tt~ree students of the Wi- ! He sailed the sea in search of gold with their son Rev. Vernie Steele tbaux High school, accompanied by His big ship was an eggshell white and wife. Miss Oleta Allen, Miss Esther Ed- That he had carried away one Rue Samson came down from lwards, Geo. Balogh, Isabel Buck- night; Glendive Saturday evening, return-I land, A. B. McDonald and E. L. One of his sails was a handkerchief, ing Monday morning, t Anglemeyer, attended the scholar- But the main sail was a big oak Mr, and Mrs. Win. Welsh: were. ship contest in Glendive, Saturday. leaf; hosts at a family dinner party Sun- Wibaux won second place in the And before, you have been told, contest. day. Their guests included: Mr. and[ Mrs. Otis Hill from the Anvil He sailed the sea in search of Mrs. R H. Welsh and son Duane, Butte community is visiting at the gold. home of her brother Burr Carroll. Beach senior class play "Grumpy," Friday night, April 20th, at 8 p. ADVANCE ADS GET RESULTS m. 50-2t. LOCALS t The intermediate grades are very1 busy making spring posters and in-] dividual bird repo~s. They have/ started a flower study project. / The grammar room misses Joseph/ Schmitz. who has moved away, very] much, There will be no more foun- tain pens mended or ink wells tak- en apart. In fact, all work on ma- chinery has ceased in the grammar 1"0011'I. The girls physical education class has been practising for play day. Lena Strohmeyer excels in the high ]ump and baseball throw, while Shirley Schaefer excels in the broad jump. Gerald and Dale Smeltzer are be- ing initiated into the art of house- keeping this week. Both boys like eggs so living is simplified. Many students and teachers plan on visit- ing them at meal time. Good luck boys ! The intermediate room is sorry to lose Junior Smeltzer, who has moved to Ollie. Montana. Louise Hansen brought some pussy willows to school. Genevieve Schram is still on the sick list. Her classmates miss i~er and want her to recover speedily. CAN YOU IMAGINE? Bernard M. never speaking unless spoken to? Leo Zimmer getting stage fright? Robert Clarin singing a solo? Louis Fasching remaining quietly in hi~ seat? Harold Hayden whispering in a quiet voice? Robert Lorenz acting his age? Eva Thompson in prison? Vera Heath without a note? Garl Higgins keeping late hours? Miss Dunstan living where the crabs grow? Edward Lorenz getting A in con- duct? Lenora M/singing, "I'm headed for the last round up?" Isabel Lorenz getting enough sleep? Parlseau with a mustache? Haakan Haukaas getting 100 in spelling? Miss Miller with bangs? Hector C. doing the Highland Fling? SCHOOL PROGRAM Next week the "All Nations Pro- gram." which you have long been waiting for will be given in the as- sembly. Hugo Kreitinger as a German man will give his H. S. Kids." A Norwegian lass reading, "Lena Chases~ The Irish will be dances, songs and a "Pats Matrimonial which will be very amusing. A boy's quartette eral numbers. Come and get for the simple sum cents depending upon ', CAMEL'S Mr. and Mrs. tored to Glendive. Thursday, where theY Louie Lardy home. Clifford Van Horn, nold, George and were after feed Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. H. ] ed out to Ray evening. them, where couple of ning. get Mrs. in Beach Jaco~[s and Mr, and and d~fidren were day a~$he Clyde Alber~.~,oallus Brier's on Mrs. Constant Va~ to town on Lorraine Paddock were with Cecelia Tescher,: Mr. and Mrs. and children were day at the Normn~ Mat Teacher last Monday on ADVANCE ADS Tne Buildin den Lrs hull, . dive. The birthday anniversary of Miss Lillian Scammon occasioned the surprise party given by the "Triple S" society of the Christian Funda- mental church, at the Ross Blxby home, Wednesday evening. After several hours of games and contests. a delicious lunch concluded a most pleasant evening. The guest of honor was the recipient of many nice gifts. Mrs. J. H. Kusske was the guest of Wibaux friends a few days this week. Mrs. Mary Edighoffer has been confined to her home with an at- tack of the "flu:' Mrs. Burton Welsh and son RUS- sell were Glendive shoppers on Thursday last, Mrs. N. G. Hazelwood spent sev- eral days the past week with Mr. Hazelwood, who is a patient in the hospital at Fort Harrison. Mrs. R. H. Welsh and Miss Don- elda Brost were among the many Wibaux people who attended the concert of the Concordia Glee club at Beach Sunday evening. Two of the girls were overnight guests at the Welsh home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T.~sinski and family are moving into the J. H. Kusske house. Mrs, E. A. Brand was hostess to members of a contract club last Thursday afternoon. The usual two tables of contract were in play during the afternoon and at the conclusion a dainty lunch was serv- ed by the hostess. D. E. McCaun, received a message Friday stating his aged father had passed away, Mr. and Mrs. Mc- Cann left Saturday morning for La- Crosse, Wisc., to attend the funeral, Mr. Kunda, ~., is suffering from a badly crushed collar bone and oth- er injuries received, when his team became frt~tened and ran away ~ring. the wind storm Friday eve- . Mr. Kunda, who is past 80 years of age, resides in the St. Philip commRrdty. One of the delightful children's parties of this week was ~lven at the home of Mrs. A. C. Samson, the occasion being the tenth birthday anniversary of Leo Mae Kusske. Games amused the little guests for several hours and at the conclusion GET RID OFTHAT DIRTY WINTER sow qu ca YOU OIL, J( ? GIVE ME AND AND UP WITH MO~I LO! t AN OIL GETS THIN and dirty even in a mild Winter. 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