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Beach, North Dakota
May 15, 1941     Golden Valley News
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MAY 15, 1941 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE 8 Beach, North Dakota FRIDAY- SATURDAY | Saturday Matinee at--2:30 p.m. , tERE COMES THE NAVY" ,. 11 At Special- Reduced Prices! L,.K PAT O'B I N, .pRIA STUART, FRANK McHUGH. ,Ipl d fresh entertainment m this Cagney PO'Brien re-issue. Broadway Brevity and News 'o:i Sunday. Monday- Tuesday t'a MATINEE SUNDAY AT 2:30 "P. M. er$11~j 99 "THIEF OF BAGDAD CONRAD VEIDT, JUNE D U.PREZ, e JUSTIN.A road map to exciting ad- ture in the most spectacularly beauti- picture ever filmed. It road showed at dO )ec fetshe befit of the year. Jan i -cr ana a S ,rt CHESTER LAUCK, NORRIS GOFF, and Abner) FRANCES LANGFORD, CRAVEN. A home spun story that good entertainment. Information Short. Larlvl [..heir project this year. -~jx~ I Announcements nave been received :~11 oI Los An~-o~ ..... !from Eugene Babcock who is a mere- tin 5~*~, WhO lies uati class |~r~t: !g at the home of his] ber of the Baber grad . ng . l" I ~Ubert and farntlv 1o~, ,~., t this month. Eugene was xonneriy .-t ~i,visit his brother"Ja';k and[ resident of Carlyle, and a son of ~tives at Grand Forks ]Mrs. Mary Babcock and the late # !~by was ill town Thursday E. R. Babcock .. i~..rganlze a boys H club: Mrs Tommy Vanatta accompanied :gm, n. aerson was elected nresi" I by her three daughters and her _ ~. Junior Moline seer~t'~'~--.'] three daughters and her mother, Mrs. [ r~mae Will act as lead--e-ran"dIJ. E. Martin. drove to Laurel Sun- [ '~' ~-il~Stak~ uDasaistant leader. /day. _ ._ _ ~1~~ P gar(lening for Joe Jengens, John nazmmervom aria ) |1" Midwest among 886 indi- that machinists, as a class, prefer Red 2.3 to I! a National Credit Apply to any Oil Dealer. out thdr motors' buiR-in power skilled with machinery are peculiarly sensitive where ca- are concerned. In the Midwest, they choose Red Crown k:htor their own cars twice as often as any other brand. hey re not alone. Among all motorists, in the Mid- Red Crown, 2 to 1. and performance work together in this modern fuel. Stop wherever you see the "Standard Service" and start enjoying popular Red Crown yourself. 3 fine gasolines priced to suit your purse: At the RED Crown pump--Red Crown, regular priced... At the WHITE Crown pump--Solite, premium quality... At the BLUE Crown pump--Stanolind, bargain priced SEE (OUR STANDARD OIL DEALER W. L. Hammond attended a meeting celebrate their 55th wddding anniv- and Mrs. Ted Rink and children and banquet of the American Legion ersary, visited Mrs. Petersllie at the Beach at Forsyth on Saturday. Mr. Ham- mond was acccmpanied by Mrs. Ham- mond and they returned Sunday. M_,-~. f~. d. V-rueger who has been a pa~,e~xL ,~f tLe Wlbaux hospital the pas~ ~nree months with inflamma- tory rheumatism re.urned home last Friday. The l~.s~ meeting for the school year of the PTA at Ollie was held a~ the schoot house Friday evening. Among ~he numbers on the program was ~ talk on Art by Mrs. Rose Mill- er of :he loc.~l higil school. The Carlyle baseball nine played Ollie high Friday and won 27-12. Services under the auspices of the 4H club will be held immediately following Sund~y school. All the 4H members,leaders and friends are urged tobe present a~ the meeting. The Busy Bee 4H club met at the home of Patsy Lurid. They organized their club. After the mee:ing a de- licious lunch was served and a good time reported from all. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Quale and family were droner guests at the J. E. McDevit~ home Sunday. Sentinel Butte Mr. and Mrs. Bud Miller enter- rained a number of friends at a whis~ party at their home Monday even- ing. Those ~eceiving prizes were Mrs. Bert F~sching first for ladies, and low to ,Mrn. Burleigh Saunders. John Malone won first for men and low to Byron Hogoboom. After cards a delicious lunch was served by Mrs. Miller. Miss Vie[an Holt spent Saturday and Sunday visiting relatives and friends in Dickinson. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehls were dinner guc.~ts of Mrs. Olga Lardy on Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Theisen and Edward and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bares and daughters left Tuesday morning by auto for West Bend, WIS., where they will attend a wed- ding of Mr. and Mrs. Theisen's sor. Lloyd to Charlotte Zlelsdorf of West Bevd Mr. and Mrs' Bares and Mr. Theisen will return in about ten days and Mrs. Theisen and Edward will remain to visit relatives" and friends for about ~w mo~a'i~ beforr retu-ning acme. t'.or,c .~, ,,e: ,,...t the ,.eeken~. at his home in Oolva. Mr. and Mrs. Nels Waldal are en- joying a visit with their daughter, Mrs. Johr, Sheeh~.n aPd children o[ 5,1. oridge, Sou.,: Da~.o~a. Mrs. Shee- 'h~n will L~" t about two weeks vis- Mrs. Julia Martin returned last Thursday from the west coast wher~ ct-c has s:~nt ~l~e pa.-~ 'vo mon. vb':ting rei,~ ~vcs a:,d l l,ds, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fasching ac- companied Mrs. Loule Hovlaud to Golva l~.'day evening where they re maw.ed tu~til S,~LU. :lay ~o att~;nd the wedding of AI Fasohing. Bud Lardy spent Thursday night and Friday at Golva visiting George Shoen. Mr. and Mrs Ben Hess and chil- dren were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jake Hess and family on Sunday. Miss Margaret Boisen of Medora spent Sunday at her home. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Uetz and Cha~., and Mr. and Mrs. George Lardy and children called at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Lardy to help them CLEAN REST ROOMS 1941 Mr and Mrs. Herman Dietz and sons of Medora were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Math Dietz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner enter- :ai=ed Mr and Mrs. Tom Wosepka and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faschlng and children at dinner Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Burleigh Saunders enjoyed a visit with Mr. Satmders' ,arents, Mr. and Mrs. CoveUe and Hospital Saturday afernoon. The members of the W. B. A. met at the home of Mrs. Paul Wagner on Wednesc'ay afternoon. Four gaines of bridge were p,~yed. Mrs. C. Reed won first, Mrs. Laura Gilbert second, Mrs. Bert Waldal honor, Mrs. Ernest Nelson deuce and Mrs. Eddie Cook the cut-all" prize. After cards a de- licious hmch was served by the host- So refreshing with lunch daughter of Dickinson over the week :ss end. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dietz and family Mr. and Mrs Ted Rink and faro- and Pete Lardy and family were vis- ily enjoyed a picnic at the park near itors atthe Math Dietz home on Medora Sunday. . -a~ I Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Fasening n n .... as dinner guests on Saturday eve-[ ~=='~~ nlng, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Krei~Anger ~ I|]] | | | I I.~ and Mr. and Mrs. A1 Fasching of / _ I Solve. I 1 1 Mr. and Mrs Cecil Tangen and l~ ~- family were visitors at the C. P. ] l i~ d~-~J~ Reed home on Sunday. [ lilt ---~ Mrs. Fred Smith and Mrs. Paul I l i~ ~ ~ _ Wagner were Beach visitors on Sat-I l l[ urday, e i lie ---i, MiSS Marjorle Pierce was a dinnr ~[ 11 I- guest of Mrs. Olga Lardy and familyI ~ nln I on Sunday., l~ -~/ ~ ~m and son were visitors at the homeI m ~ . of Mr. and MrS. Will Brown on Sun-I i:: ~ 'd ~r and Mrs Be~ Wal~l and son i ~'/,!~!?! ii:ii:':: were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs, I N. I. Waldal on Sunday evening. [ .~ Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith bevel purchased Mrs. Elsie Mason's home[ ~4~ and wl~ move there after the firstI ~~ 1 of Jun. " ' !'~ ~ ~eo~ ~e~r ,otu~ ~l ~ | her home on Monday morning after } ~|~ having spent the winter visiting her~ ~ ..~~|~ son Mr. Alfred Trester and familyI ~~ at Los Angeles, Calif. | ~~.?~- = ---;. The members of the Senior class I *'~~ and Mr. Saunders enjoyed Senior] -- ~~-*"~-~ day at Dickinson on Tuesday. I R n | | ~' ~/11 1~ J' h d~ ~ lrn ~ ! 1 Mrs. Olga Lardy and Mrs. Bert [ "~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ...... v .... ~.. Waldal and son spent Tuesday a~ the[ and medlum=slzed I a N. I. Waldal home. [ to Mrs. Paul Wagner was hostess S V the Study Club members at her home [ Heretheyare--themoney- a ln JohnDeere on Tuesday evening A short busi- t ~ No. ll-AandNo. 12-AStralght-ThroughCom- ness meeting was held after which[ bines--the two greatest small combines ever several games oi bridge were play-[ offered--for operatorl of small or medium- ed. High scores went to Mrs. Wm./ sized farms who have wanted a John Deere Roesler and Mrs. Elsie Mason. After quality-built combine to fit their acreage cards a delicious lunch was served and pocketbook. These combines.opena new b the hos ess y ~- . short cut through harvest--~ve time, money Donna Mae Fakier of Beach spen~ and hard work--make threshing a family the week end with her sisters Ber ' " affair--do better, faster work in all small rba Fakler and Mrs. Art Polls. grains, soy beans, kaffirs, clovers, and other combinable seed crops. No. II-A, with 54- inch bar and 6-Inch gather, cuts a S-foot swath; No. 12-A, with 66-inch bar and 6- inch gather, cuts 6 feet. Come in and learn all about these out- standing combines. BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA Mrs. Ted Rink entertained the Homemakers club and several guests a*, a bridge party at her home on Friday af ,ernoon. Five games o- bridge were played with prizes going to Mrs. Eddie Cook first and honor, Mrs. Fred Smith second and duece and Mrs Ber~ Waldal the cut-a,1 prize. Afte- cards a vefv delic:tous lunch was served by Mrs. Rink. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Shoen were call- ers in town on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Otto Petersllle and. family ~P/FWOgg~r AW~Ng/,~lg. :r#/l~rT/N~ .~ '11 CAR CAN YOU HAVE AUTO3L4kTIC DRIVING ; NO half-way measuree with Hydra-Matic Drive! Hy- You have at your command snappier, smoother perform- anc~ than other cars can give you. And you drive in greater safety--with both hands al- ways on the wheel, and with surer, "always-in-gear" trac- tion. With Hydra-Mat[c, you drive as no other drivers can! *OPTIONAL AT EXTRA COST dra-Mati~ does away with con- vvntionalclutch mechanism and clutch pedal entirely--elimi- nates hand shifting completely -- and it's the only drive that doesl Drive a Hydra-Marie Oldsmobile and you never push a clutch or shift gears. (Prices end Specifications Subject to Chan~e Without Notice.) Oil Bulk Station Fred Buldhaupt, Smith's Service Station Frankie Smith, Prop.