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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
May 15, 1941     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 2 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS The Golden Valley News Charles Jessen W. R. Bratton and H. E. Enderle Editors and Publishers Killed In T A weekly published every Thursday at Beach, North Dakota. Entered as rac- second ck~ss matter at the Postoffice at Beach, North Dakota, October 7, 1936, under the act of March 3. 1897. tor Accident Advertising rates furnished upon request ffab~ziption Drice $2.00 in No. Dak., Minn., Mont., and So. Dak., Elsewhere $2.50 ...... i (From the Medora Pioneer.) Tra/lor I l,/~Ctl,q I Word was received Friday by Mrs. j.~vJu, u,l.JJa~ [ ~.~x.lx.A~ ~m.A*.., . t E. C. Johnson of the suddeI:t death Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Moore were J Word has been received from Dan of her cgusin. Charlie Jessen, 39 of Saturday night and Sunday visit-ILoop, son of Ed Loop of this city IBowbelLq, N. D. Charlie has ~pent ors at the P. V.Moore home. I that a baby boy arrived at their tLe past tv:o winters in Medora with Parochial school begins at Skaar o11 i home at Remer, Minn', of April 26th. I the Johnsons and in that time has May 12th. Carol and Doris Moore] Dan has been stationed at Remer made many acquaintances here. He plan to attend from thiscommun- the past five years with the CCC's left here on March 12th for his lty. and ngw holds an officer's position farm near Bowbells where the acci- Glen Amundson went to For~at ~ camp. dent occurred. He was killed Wed-' n ' ] Th nesda~ morning April 30th when the Snelllng last. week for induction i to~b~L~llim and eodora Maanuml ' " " i- . clutch on his tractor stuck ca'ching the army but returned here again cameup from Bmma~-ck last week to . . - . last week end. I spend Mothers Day at their parentalium between It and a tandem disc Cecil Omley and Vera Whitaker of I home in Golva. While here they also which he was about :o hitch to the Beach, Elmer Hubbard of Mohall, N. visite~ their sister,Mrs. Victor tractor. Raymond Peterson, who was D., and Bill Clark of Williston were Th~pson. driving the tractor at the time of! Sunday visitors at the J. F. Crook ~'ank Haigh left last weekend for I the accident attempted to back upi home. Elmer Hubbard and Bill Idaho where he planned to spend I t the disc as the clutch stuck andt lived near Trotters many years ago. several days on business before con-Iherre he was able to kick the gear l Cecil is bidding relatives and friends tinuing on to California where he~ shift lever into neutral the tractor,' goodbye as he is leaving for Los An- will spend a week or more vacation-| which had lug-type wheels had back- eles this week where he will be era- ing. ed over the disc and was resting with I the front wheels on the tandem partI ployed. . _ .. Mrs. Nick Feinlnger of Dickinson ol the disc. Charlie was caught be-l Luther Hodgin was plowing mr ~ill was up for several days the past week tween the front disc and the tractori Voyem,crook lastRUdlphweek. Pries and J. F. visiting at the Vince Wicks home and was crushed as the tractor pass-1 Grace Sperry spent Sunday at the south of town. ed over him. I parental Bert Sperry home. Mike Prociv was down from BtllinEs Mr. Jessen was born and reared in] Cecil Omley visited at the Bert Thursday and Friday he went to Burke county, being the son of Mr. J Williston totransact business for and Mrs. Jess T. Jessen, both ofI SperrYO. K.hmeomleynwasThUrsdaY'a Thursday eve- several days. whom preceded him in death. HeI ning caller at the J. F. Crook home. A special train passed thru Beach was a graduate of the Bowbells high There were church services and Thursday afternoon carrying six car- school and also had a B. A. degree Ladles Aid at 8kaar on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John carlson ar- rived at the Norman Neilermoe hO~e ~t week and axe paying them a pleasant visit. Cecil Omley and Vera W1dtaker called at the J. E~ Metcalf and P. V. Moore homes Sunday afternoon. Alvin Leland has purchased the old Hollum place and is farming it this year. A. W. Mollne of Billings arrived this week to assist his son Virgil put in the crop on his farm west of Car- lyle. loads of Italians tht were being tak- en to Fort Mtssoula, Mont. Windows of the cars were barred but the pris- oners seemed quite cheery as they n'u, .-waving to people on the depot platform. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Klusman motor- ed to Dickinson Friday. L. R. Moline left for Billings Fri- day morning where he plans to spend Sunday wlth his mother. He was ac- ~nnled by Jack Ballard, Kathryn Marman recelved a t surprise for Mother's Day when she received a long distance call from her son Donald who is at Detroit with the U. S. Navy. PHONE IN YOUR ....... =_~ . " _ _ _ ' PLUMII~G ~ BEAT/NG a~l Metal Work No Job Toe /dn'ge Or Tee OLAU8 EI8flOVD IIIIEliEEEIIIInEml , u ONE USED FAR IALL ON RUBBER, GOOD SHAPE i t ONE IHC TRACTOR TWO-ROW CORN PLANTER, WITH WIRE. ONE IHC TRACTOR TWO-ROW CULTIVATOR AND 7-FT. POWER MOWER. I ALSO SEVERAL PLOWS, ONE FOUR-BOTTOM AND ONE FIVE BOTTOM "your Case dealer' from the University of North Dakota, I besides having completed work on a] M. A. degree. He taught school at~ Pembina, Langdon, Churches Ferry,| MacGregor and Roe Heights, So. Dak. Three years ago he returned to Burke county to farm. Since then he has worked as a U. S. Customs officer during the busy season. Besides the Johnsons he leaves to mourn his passing one brother, Soph- us Jessen of Noonan, No. Dak., three sisters, Elsie Bernett of Bend, Ore., Mrs. Esther Graft of Milwaukee, and Charlotte of the same city. Funeral services were held in Bow- bells S~turday afternoon at 2 o'clock. NORMAN TENNISON MOVES TO DULUTH, MINN. Friends in Medora will be pleased to learn that Norman Tennison, former Medora resident has accepted a fine position in the largest radio concern in Duluth. He and hm family left last week to make their new home in that city. They have been living in Grand Forks for the past two years where Mr. Tennison has been employed in radio work. Their many friends here send con- gratulations and best wishes to them in their new location. GETS APPOINTMENT Ellis Thompson of Fairfield has been selected as range examiner to work in connection with the Range phase of the AAA program in North Dakota. Since he graduated from the North Dakota Agricultural College in 1936 Ellis has been working in his father's farm near Fairfield. LOCAL BOYS RECEIVE PROMOTION IN GUARDS Friends of the boys who left Me- dora Feb. 7th for the National Guards will be interested in knowing that Melvin Shirley has been pro- moted to Sergeant in the Guards and Pat Reilly and Joe Grotte to Corpor- als, the latter is next in line to a Sergeant. We congratulate the boys on their accomplishments. We will give Trixie to some lucky boy or girl under mxteen years of age. SPECIALS THIS WEEK: THURS. - FRI. - SAT. - SUN. TWO TICKETS WITH EVERY ICE CREAM CONE, ICE CREAM BAR OR DRUM STICKS. FIVE TICKET SWITH EVERY QUART OF ICE CREAM FIVE TICKETS WITH EVERY SUNDAY DINNER HEY, KIDS! BE SURE TO GET YOUR ICE CREAM CONES HERE: COME TO BEACH PRIZE DAY AND HAVE A RIDD ON TRIXIE II u n | la u North Dakota THURSDAY, I I I l I I I I i ~ il | | l I | Itll nlllll il | llg I it | | | | | | | g Ill | Illl I | i | | | | | B ~When the 29,000,000th Ford rolled recently from the assembly line, an all- time record for the industry was set. 29,000,000 units built by the same man- agement and all bearing one name--a name that has become one of the best- known trade-marks in the world! It is significant that this achievement comes at a time when our country is making a mighty effort to re-arm swiftly. For to further that effort, to help speed it along in any possible way, we have offered the vast facilities of the Rouge Plant and every ounce of our experience. As you read this, a new $21,000,000 Ford airplane engine plant, started only last fall, is nearly Completed. A new mag- nesium alloy plant, one of the few in the FORD MOTOR country, is alreadyin production SI] weight airplane engine castings. is right now under way on a MA $18,000,000 plant for mass pro ]u of btg bomber assemblies. Orders been filled for military vehicles types, including army reconnais : C( cars, staff cars and bomb service In the midst of this activity for N ture Defense, building the 29 millionth DicU car is simply one part of the day's to The public has acclaimed the , oer Ford car as the finest in Ford history -- " Dealers are enjoying their greatest and expecting their best year since It is good to be producing the America needs, and to be setting t on the way! TILE-LIgE COMPANY INTERIOR "At These Special Prices During Sale Days 9 IJST lqg|~g Beach, USE On/// Quick Dryhag 4V$ m mtN Fl l qm ,-* B&NI-FLAT of L Will ts ~le These Priess Also Apply On Larger .Quantities. Buy Your Paint ADDITIONAL BARGAINS ON DISCONTINUED COLORS -- PAINTS ARE GOOD --ASK US ABOUT THE][ This coupon Is valuable. Sign your name below. Bring 25c to store aud! One Half Pint Can of Utilac--Value 45c. 1 Quality Brm, Name .................................. Address ...................................... that m: clas 2.3 t, a Na Oi fuel, and st; 3 At the RI At the W At the BI SEE