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Beach, North Dakota
May 1, 1941     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 2 THE GOLDE q VALLEY NEWS "" THURSDAY, AT SAM'S NEW ARCADE GLENDIVE, MONTANA Dance Next Saturday Night Sponsored By Veterans of Foreign Wars ROLLER SKATING EVERY FR IDAY and SUNDAY MUSIC BY CHET GRIFFIN HIS DIXIE LANDERS NIGHTS _.~: atstel A? l h r sper Bu~ Se i / The Golden Valley News W. R. Bratton and H. E. Enderle Editors and Publishers A weekly published every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota. Entered as g~ond class ma~er at the Postoffice at Beach. North Dakota, October 7, 1936, under the act of March 3, 1897. Advertising rates furnished upon request mfl~m~ipt4on price $2.00 in No. Dak.. Minn., Mont., and So. Dak., Elsewhere $2.50 Griffin An-white shoe cleaner 25c ~d Ik. GUman Shoe Shop. 2t Miss Ann Sllper received word last week that she had been accepted for s secretarial position in Washington, D. C. after receiving a high grade on a civil service examination. Miss Sliper left last Sunday morning for Wash- fl~b~n where she will be emDloyed in the War Department. Her many frlends here wish her much success. Dr. and Mrs. C. E. Fuller and daughters Marjorle and Oayle came up from Hettinger last Saturday to spend the weekend ~t the Butterfleld home in the tS~ddle Butte community and to visit friends in Beach. Miss MarJore Fuller, R. R., who is sts- tkmed at Fort Warren, Wyoming, is home for her vacation. They return- ed tO ]~;tlz~r Monday moErdng. MIss Carrie Wlteig a~rived home last Week from Ohiea~, being' etflJed here bY the serious illness of her fl~Mr, who ~ away Tuesd~ ~~le~ Week. came hems from N. D., l/st Sate, re- ma/nin@ here until Monday to visit at the ~ E: M. l~lerle home. Donald is now employed w/th the Ed~iey Mall, a week~ newspaper. Miss Theresa Zinda of the St. Phil- ip ~unlty has started work at the C~y Cafes Mr, and Mrs. Watt Johnson and Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Miller motored to Bismarck last BLturday morning where they spent the weekel~'yislt- lug and t~ng bu~. 15 in. 2"/in., 35 in. X in., white eotlon laces. GJ:ltnan Shoe 8hol~. Garvey Hemnes, Don Brengle, Hat- my Splegelberg. Don Enderle and At- o~ Wm. G. Aldrich motored to Bowman last Saturday and from there we~t to Miles City Sunday for a visit. MISs Helen Jablonski left by bus Monday morning for Peoria, Illinois, where she will spend some time visit- hag with an aunt and uncle. Larry Kukowski was a business vzs- itor in Dickinson Friday. Johnny Cannon of Jamestown who has been stationed the past six weeks here as helper for the Veteriaran crew, was called to Bismarck Monday morning this week by the serious ill- ness of his mother who is in a Bis- marck hospital. Miss Ethel Jane Palmer, Jimmy Palmer of Oakdale, and "Erbie" Erd- stad of Killdeer, were visitors over the weekend with Miss Lily Wetsch. Sat- urday Miss Palmer and Mr. Erdstad were united in marriage at Wlbaux with Miss Wetsch and Mr. Palmer as witnesses. Fred Reece of Dickinson arrived here "the first of the week and has ac- cepted emploYment at the Cozy Tap room as bartender. Mr. Reece former- ly was employed at the St. Charles cocktail lounge the past five years. The POle 5per~, NOrman NeUer- moo, P. V. Moore and J. F. Crook fmnllies and Mrs. DorOthy Hudecek and daughter Carrie all went to Beach on Monday to attend Achieve- n~n~ Day. The pupils all partici- pated in the program. The entire program was enjoyed by all and the ~Trotters pupils made a very good showing with their home made drums.They have really learned a great deal under the supervision of their teacher, Miss Lorraine Walker. There was no school at Trotters the past week but there will be full, week Ch~ week with the school term ending Saturday. T. E. Hudson called at the Crook farm on Friday while driving around in our community. Some of the folks around Trotters who celebrated their birthdays on April 23 were Mrs, Kyle Sperry, Willie Glfford and A. M. Flanagan. Mrs. John Kalkman came out from Beach for a short visit on the river with the Moores. She returned on Beach, North Dakota - SATURDAY Saturday Matinee at 2:30 p. m. Saturday with Mrs. Alice Moore and lunch was served, pictures were taken the Goldsberrys. and many pretty gifts were received. Mr. and Mrs. P, V. Moore and A pleasant afternoon was spent by daughters attended the Seandia Aidall. at Skaar on Sunday. Mrs. Vic Thompson and Miss Mattie Kyle Sperry went up north on Thompson of Beach visited at the Sunday to help Fred Clawson dehorn Theo. Maanum home at Golva Wed- some ca~tle, nesday. Chas. McClenahan and Chris Han- Miss Ethel Krause of Beach spent l sen were callers in Trotters on Sat-!Thursday evening with home 1olks urday, at Golva. Luther Hodgin Jr., was out here Allen Chaffer and John Scha~er~ during the pass week farming, i helped the Wild life club fence the Elmer Brunsvold made a trip ~o Williams dam Sunday. Glendive last week for a physical ex- Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schouboe and amination. Delores visited Saturday evening at the Scheffer home. ,,Vo]va The Golva Sunshine soc:ety meets Wednesday, May 7 wit~ Mrs. Robert I Johnston. The past year's president Otto Hanson left Sunday for Pay- erie, Idaho. where he will visit until!hpes soon to give the News a report school is out and bring his family ln' activities during the year. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Rest and back to Golva. Mr. and Mrs. Mogle from south!family~ Mr, andf OllieMrs. wereTommySUndaYFarrel.guests of Beach were down to the .~Afredlf On Wednesday evening the high Scheffer farm Sunday for a load of lschoo1 girls of Golva journeyed out Early Ohio potatoes, Ire the home of Mr. and Mrs, Prank Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rising and lassa for a surprise on Miss C'ather- family visited with Mr. and Mrs, Ins who celebrated her birthday on Homer. Hanson of Glendive Sunday. Tuesday. The guests brought out a Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert were {fine lunch which all enjoyed, and dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, Bill Catherine received some pretty gifts. Kremers Sunday and inspected Bill's Mrs. Wm. Wemett accompanied fine herd of cattle. Mrs. August Goroski and son Gee. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Swanbro of Car- lyle were visitors of Mr, and Mrs. I~o Rising Sunday. John and Pete Hammervold and Bill Kremers left Sunday to attend a bull eale at Aberdeen. 15. D. Mrs. Frank Schouboe, Mrs. John Schafer, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert, Mrs. Sanford Peterson and Lots Anthony of Golva. Rev. and Mrs. Rahn and son of Ollie were callers at the A. Scheffer home Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Rising and d~ughters, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rising and daughters were visitors at the F. Susa home Tqesday. Mrs. Allen Chaff co motored to Beach last Monday and took in Miss Ruth Clarin, Miss Cecile Miller, Allen Chaffee Jr,, Loretta Fischer, Ralph and Margaret Rising and Jack Kreit- lnger to attend Achievement Day. Alfred Scheffer received 600 White Jersey Giant chickens last Monday. C. G. Huffman was calling on friends in South Valley Sunday. George Sheen who attends school Sentinel But.~e missed a week or more of schools. He visits the doctor regularly and wears a head bandage due ro an accident received at school and friends hope there will be no serious results Mrs. C. Madison and daughter Anna Mac, Mrs. Ed Sheen. Mrs. Joe Popiel. Grandma Bares, Mrs. Arlie Hayden, Mrs. Norbert Bares. Mrs. Fred McManigal, Mrs. Lew McMani- gal and Mrs. Win. McManigal at tended the bridal shower for Mrs. Johnnie Stull last week. Word received from Kermit Shoen says 'he is now stationed at Camp Clalborne, La., and is located just several blocks from his brother Rod- hey who is also in the same camp. Mrs. Julius Larson to Beach Thurs- day. Mr. Wemett went up after school and the evening was heartily enjoyed with Dr. and Mrs, C. C. and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Sev* land. Due to the track meet at Beach on May 9 the Golva high students have changed the date of their class play to May 8. PROFESSIONAL DIRECTORY Dr. Chernausek Rogers & Gumper EYES TESTED-GLASSES Walton Block Dicklnson, North Dakota GUY LEE ATrORNEY 8enUnel Bntte, N. Du&. KEOHANE & KUHFELD A~PORNEYS AT LAW Phone 1~ Beach. North Dakot~ DR. 0. k. ? IECE BEAG'H, NORTH DAKOTA CITATION ~ARING PIgWrTION FOR LE~TI~I~t~ O1~ AD- MINISTRATION State of North Dakota. County of Golden Valley, in County (',u~. In the Matter of the Estate of Archle J. Bolton, Deceased. Hugh M. Bolton, Petitioner. VS. Eliza Bolton, Hazel Hen- ley, Braden Boltoa, Win. and Jarvis Bolton, Respondents. Th~ State of North Dakota .to the above named Respondents: You and each of you are hereby cited and required to appear before the County Court of the County of Golden Valley in said State, at the elliot of the County Judge of said County, at the Court House in the City, of Beach in said (?ounty and State, nn the twentieth (lay of May A. D. 1941, at the hour of ten o'ch)ck ill the forenoon of that day, to show cause, if any you have why the petitionof Hugh M. Bolton. for lettersof administration on the estateof Archie J. Bolton, deceased, should sot be granted and you are here- by notified that the residence of said decedent at the time of his death was at Sentinel Butte, North Dakota. Let service be made of this ci- tation as required by law. Dated this 2~rd day of April A. D. 1941. By the Court: A. E. Kastien, Judge of the County Court. (Seal of Court) May 1-8 SUMMONS State of North Dakota, County of (~olden Valley, In District Court, Sixth Judicial District, E. F. Sellman, Plaintiff, VS. Marjorle F. Bucknell, Ed- ward J. Wright. E J Curtin, Golden V a 1 1 e y County, a municipal cor- poration, Edith McLeod, State of North County of Golden In County Court, Before A. E. Kastien, In the Matter of Burton Ray Petty, Margaret Elizabeth the petition or the estate of said ed. The Stats of North the above named &ll other persona U lug any e~state or lien or ineumbra~ce erty described In th.~ against the estate o ed. You and e~ch of notified that Petty, of Sioux filed in the Y County of Golden of North Dakota her petition praying certaining and right of succession tats within Golden North Dakota, of Pay Petty, late of :Dakota died tats i~ described The Northwest V4) of Nee~ion (14), all In Hundred and Thir/l North, of Rmmge amd ]Pive (1~), Dakota and that Tuesday, of May, 1941 at ten forenoon of that rooms of this court, house In the city of Valley County, North been set by this coU] and place of hearln! at which time and interested may to the granting of And you, and hereby cited and there to be and court, ~nd show be, why this petition granted. Let service of thi~ made in the manner law. Dated this 21st daY By the A. E. Judge of the (SEAL) GUY LEE, Attorney for Beach, Nbrth Dak~ April 24, SUMMONS State of North County of Golden In District Court, S!r.~h Judicial Antou P%lng, $r., Amanda M. Mahler, W. Mahlerz Mahter. The Farm gage Loan & Trust any, a cbrDorat/on, E. Scheffer and 1~ Schef~er. his wife, Mr. and Mrs. John Bosserman were George C. Welch, Jr, Icy Investment Coral callers at the George Geary home ======================== Then. J. Henry, B. J. Mc- corporation, The Sunday afternoon. Dig. sO. A, NIvMAN kay, Mary Nlna Klrst, and curitles Company Those from Oolva and vicinity at- - " f2~t~ all other persons unknown Clellan Firs t' claiming any e~tate or in- Bank ' of Carlyle i-t L. TLT~TT~IkT ~TA~grlkTWN TIr3YT/'~SLLT~q 5LLTTTTII"~TW tending Patty Haigh's birthday party ----'-- teresa in or lien or on- por~tlon F D H~ asz. Juttz 9 IEl~JI1z~k~ 111~.~11 in Beach Thursda- afternoon were cumbrance upon the prop- known a.s 13anlel F. Y BF, ACH, ~r~ D~O~ exty described in the Corn- as Executor of tl ELL, IAN HUNTER, BARRY FITZGER- ~.d~r~e~fTryadn:ad~::g~y~., plaint, tato of John H. f o Eu e 0'- " - offle~ phono 61 - ~ 115 " Defendants. Sr, Golden Valley THE STATE OF NORTH DAKOTA , a municipal eorp .AL.D. A story of the sea r m g thla, Mrs. Oswin Schmite and son TO THE ABOVE NAMED DE- and all uther pers ' ron lot. Comed Tommy, Mrs AI Wosepka and daugh- -:- ....... :::- ........ FENDANTS: I known claiming anY Nelll s play wxth a st g P Y - -.. ....... - ............... You are hereby summoned and ~ or Interest in or Hen" ~T ~A~r ~LTlara, Mrs. OUUus ~.arson ann !!, ~ ee~ required to answer the Complaint [ eurrrbranee upon the, a h n W. r~.~t.;n~L~ an{~ ~ew[~ d ug ter Marie e, Mrs. Art Schmitz o ~lthe Plaintiff In the above on- [erty describe4 In the and daughter Kathleen of Wlbaux, Attor y At L w t ed action, which is on file in J plaint, the office of the Clerk of the [ " . Mrs. George Wosepka, son Harold ]~DIh 1~ ]fl~ District Court of the Sixth Judl- J THE STATE OF NO~ and daughter Sharon. It was Patty's u.,~....~. ~., sial District In and for the Coun- | TO THE ABOVE ty of Golden Valley and State of | PENDANTS: third birthday and she pleasantly ~ff~s ~ ~ ~ ~ North Dakota, and to serve a copy| You are hereby .~ ~'~ | l&l 1 fll 1~ entertained her little friends by bring-VldJay ~ ~ of. your answer thereto upon the [ required to answer ~. o U ~ ing out her large bOX of play 12~inl~ su~crlber hereto at his office in | of the Plaintiff In i unoav iM01 av l [Idy the City of Beach County of [titled action, which~i d= d d which every one enjoyed.A rdce Golden Valley and State of North I the Office of the C1~ ~TIN X Y AT 2:$' P.N. i i.i ~ Dakota, within thirty (30, days , trtct Court of thet SUN]~A after the service of this Summon.~ | Dkwtrlct In and for . upon you. exclusive of the day ~f | Golde~ Valley and "ONE NIGHT IN THE TROPICS ]l n l _ .... o failure tO appear or answer as Iyour answer theretO ~ abov@ required the Plaintiff wlu | settler hereto at hiS, take .~dgment afflLlnJ~t yot~ L y de- | City Of Beaoh, CouP] f~tu~t for the rel~r d~a~e~ in i en valley and, $YA~{e.,~ i JONES, KELLY, , o Co pla,nt., |.t.. wltbi. , ' NANCY :, ! .o.. Dakata,, ter the servi~e.~', thls'16th day of April A, D, ] upon you,. exclusive 0 ABBOTT and COSTEI .0 (of radio fanw.) ]lJJ[ ] [ 1.,. i .uo. serv, i. JOHN KEOHANE, | failure to appear oI Attorney for Plaintiff, [ co ore required tl~ MARY B01?AND, PEGGY MORAN. Sumc tl]]] ] ~ ~ I " Office andBeachPOstoffieeNorth Dako*aAddre~s" l | 1:au,ztaze ~uagment, or thb rellefag~'i"de' for this picture by Jerome Kern. There are ]Jt]]] ] [ ......... || omplai. Dated at . five original musical number This is the lJ][ll [ | notice'u thatand eaChth, ahovof you;ntltledwil, takea0 || this 'gth oH day first important screen appearance of Ab- l][llJ ] ~ ~ I tion is brought for the nurnos-~f ' Attovnoy f,r~ quieting title In the Plaqnti"ff "an~d | Office _& p0' of any and all interest in and to | ca. bott an.d Costello, well known comedians t]]lJ] ] ~ ~ I depriving" yOU, and each of yOU | ~ress: 15sa3., of radm and stage. Comedy. and premises situated in the Couu- | "ou and each of ty of Golden Valley and State of | notice' that the abo~ North Dakota, t~-wlt: [ tion Is brought for l The Northenst Quarter (NE* | auietln~ t;(~,~ ~ *h~ n ,.. ..... O.e .nnd- |a - - , - . . ,~,~, ,;,,,,~,,::, o ;,,:~,,,,,~ or,~,:: I~:1~,~;i~t~:~rlh~~ Wednesday Thursday i}[ ~ .... I 1'03l lVest, of the Fifth Prin. | C~o]den "Valley and = us ('ipal Meridian. | D'tkota to wit' ill Kay Doyle. brilliant girl singer, is now starred daily at the ue~rths~:e~?ar~er" (~'E~) of / ~'orthenst ' .,,at uhi*~ One "~, ~" ,~,, J n ?'owu- | and Lot. One (1) , _ ___ Ill Powers Coffee Shop in Fargo. Youql thrill to her enchanting . u oreu For,r-one l o* -~.,~'1--- =',**I ( 141 ) North Of Rnnge One 1 An~- ----": .... .~ - "*.'=L E CAPE TO GLORY ;I] Lullabies inSwingtoabackgroundofLloyd Collins electric " .owns., ,-e r~, Ht~ndred Three (103) ~Ve~t, of ] ty-seven~137) Nor ~" l[J organ silhouettes, the F'ifth Principnl Meridian. ' One Hnndred SiX und the So.~/h Half ot the ~ of the Fifth prJl~ ...-~.-.~-.a'u~R~, CONSTANCE BEN- ,,,ill --0-- Hnlf ,~,NI/z)of ~eetlon , Jan exee-tln~-ho, Cast: PAT Thlrty-f .... (~ll in Townehlp | fro~a 4.09=" accesS-- NETT_JOHN. ....... HALLIDAY....~. MELVILLEa . I[] When you're in Fargo for, the day, eat at the gay Powers l.'h-eNrth""e .undred(10S,o, R..gewe.t,Frty'tWoneof thellm'dredFifth(14=' |IIeffletfrepurposeannilwardeededeo.t.Jnl, ortl Coffee Shol~ Sensible prices. Prinelpnl Mer/dlnn, | 249.1@ a~rt~, more CO01 I I ALAN BAA'i'J J . A comeay and of determining adverse claims ] and of determining drama dealing with Americans heading ill --"- ' altheret'laim ~urtheris made thatagatnstno you,persn'or | | claimtheret'is Furthermade agatha .~ ~ t~ T Ill The ~ p~e in ]~al~-Mool'h~ltd ~th ~t in a either of you, unless you appear ] either of you unl~ nome, u0meay. [ flon-al~ho]kl. ~~ GOOD FOOD. 'and defend this action. | and 'defend 1~!" thls ' J ... JOHN KEOHANE, J JOHN KEOPL Axorney rot Plaintiff. | Attorney for Beach, North Dakota.| Beach, April 24 May 1-8-15-22-29 J April 3-10-1' /! lien or incumbrance the property described VS. Beatrice Bethine and ~ll other persons known claiming tate or interest