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May 15, 1941     Golden Valley News
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PAGE SIX THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS THURSDAY, AT SAM'S NEW ARCADE GLENDIVE, MONTANA _. iLturd ay Dance Next Saturday Night Sponsored By MUSIC BY CHET GRIFFI s T.A NI I?Rg califo Veterans of Foreign Wars HIS DIXIE ......... .d so, ROLLER SKATING EVERY FR IDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS 1 | Ill" I CURRENT WEEK ] RO, |E GLENDIVE, MONTANA |Now Showing I THURS.-FRI.-SAT.J "THE GREAT DICTATOR" | starring Charles Chaplin with | Paulette Goddard, Jack ankle and | Billy Gilbert. Chaplin is back in l~is first picture in almost 5 years. | SUN. - MaN. - I Midmight "Show ,.Sat 11:3@ p m, t "TOPPER RJETURNS" l | starring Joan Blondell and Roland| t Young, with Billie Burke, Eddie| | (Rochester) Anderson and Patsy | | Kelly. The best Topper picture .... | | and the funniest show you've seen" |in years (Plus) Latest March of Time, "Crisis In The Atlantic." The issue you have been waiting for. WEDNESDAY QUIZ NIGHT "BLONDE INSPIRATION" with John Shelton, Virginia Grey, Albert Dekker and Charles Butter- wart. When a girl, is the inspira- tion., love stories come true. OPENING NEXT THURS. "TOBACCO ROAD" The greatest popular hit in all of stage history. CURRENT WEEK NOW SHOWING FRIDAY AND SATURDAY "RLONDIE GOES LATIN" with Penny Singleton .Arthur Lake and Larry Simms. Tap your feet, hold your sides, when you see the Bumsteads set o music. (plus) "RIDE, KELLY, RIDE" with Eugene Pallette. Marvin Stephens and Pdta Qutgley. The tale of a lackey who couldn't be bought. (plus) chapter 3 of "Whltel Eagle." Sonday and M~n~lay WMEET THE WILDCAT" with Ralph Bc:lamy and Margaret. Ll~tsay. Meet the wildcat ..... too clever to be caught. (plus) "MURDER AMONG FRIENDS" with MarJorle Weaver, John Hub- bard and Coblna Wright, Jr. In- vitations to murder .... ten persons signed a strange pact. COMING NEXT - FILL - SAT. BEACH LUTHERAN CHURCH new members. Mrs. A. Oustafson and George Oearey, Mr. and Mrs. Nick Curt Sill of Beach Sunday. Schulte imme Sua~ Bark Oliver Everette, [~tor Mrs, Rienzi Hammond's names were" Johnson were Beach visitors Satur- Mr and Mrs. Bert Covert enter- Mr ,1,,d Mrs Va~ -- l added to roll call. The nex; meeting' day. laineo Mr. and Mrs. George Oearey, Mon:ana vi~;ited li~e sor Beach: ;will be on June4 with Mrs. Ed Shoen.[ Just Oswood from north of Beach Mr and Mrs. George Hammond, Mr. ~ho,:.e Sunddv. ~enrtP Sunday school 10 a.m. Mrs. G. O. Parrish and father of,was a Golva caller Saturday. and Mrs. Alfred Scheffer at a seven ..... ~ o loc o er ~unctay evening' tvlrs ...... . , ,,." Services 11 a.m. Bismardk arrived at Golva Thurs-{ Mrs. Carrie Madison and daughter 'c" k -inn .... Gee. rtam,r, ona ~%~, - , day and visited with Mrs. Parrish' Anna Mac, Mrs. Flora Funk, Mrs.'c:over .... a(~oressed the mothers and :nec ~ 1~,~ in ~ac:tJ ..... *'~er~. ~, Sentinel Butte: daughter Mrs. Win. Wemett ~nd has- ! Catherine Lorenz, Mr. and Mrs. John " ~ " ~ " f,~.hers at the beginning of the meal~ M~. ,.~.d .~fr~:. ~ dane Services 9:30 a.m. !band until Frid~v when they return-ISchillo, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Susa i,' ~racious hoI~or of Mother's Day. i*~ertamed at sxx _0~ Sunday school 10:30 a.m. led home. Mrs. W'emette accompanied land son Mar:in, Mr. and Mrs. Anion A very pleasant evening was spent, i urday, Mr. and l~_~lShine WMF convention, Thursday, May i them. :: Schillo, all attended Catl~olic Action ~ A .'t:cc.a.~ notice to a,," t-',2 ,.i~:a:'- " " !l of~ Chicago, .... .Mrs'- ,.1~, ~[unMayb' 15. beginning at 10:30 a.m. Dinner] Norbert Schulte came up Tuesday:Day in Dickinson Thursday. ~i "er, ~oi a.~4 a~ n will be served at noon by the ladies}from Wahpeton, l'cr a few days visi't I Leo Kreittnger of Bismarck andat" G.,~n rious.." '~ at .~e' ',:cme m" Mr." . wnl'l. ~a,_m lSl.l of the congregation. All welcome, land left Sunday for Chicago and on his brother Frank of Dickinson spen[,~nd Mrs. L. g. Curl Friday, May 16 ! ~~____________________~[~. ~a~ I t Bal lmre Ma~:vhnd where he has ~ the weekend visiting relatives here" ~ ~ii~i!~~"~~b~~ni!d~Nds~e~! ~I ST PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH ' " ' I n " I employment with the Glen L. Mar-, Fra k Ha~gh and son Bud and Miss V. H. Dissen. Pastor tln Co, airplane manufacturers Hel_'n Sokoloski left Thursday for ' Eeat'le Wn Mrs Bud Haigh and Divine services 9:30 a.m. I Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Feragen of - . daughter t~atty will visit in Oolva Sunday School after the services. I Carlyle were Sundaygues.s of Mr. . ..... ~and Mrs Bill Kremers. i untu tnezr return. The Y. P. S. met*~s Monday at 8~ Mrs. Lois Dilly of Denver arrived Mr ..... and Mrs R W Hammond and Mr Unger was a d,'~ "~- guest oft ~h s! p.m. Friday evening for avisit with her Mr and Mrs. Lew McManigal spent Wemetts Saturday I parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Curl and hcmeSUnday at the Albert Gustafson Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Sloan and] ~'~ | relatives. ' daughter. Paul Wehrman and son t b01va Mr and Mrs. Richard Fisher and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schouboe and C~eorge Mr. and Mrs. Nell Kane and l ........ daughter, Sam l~,sher. Mr. and Mrs. Dotores were guess of Mr. an~i Mrs. family were guests at the Lorenz w~r. ThOmpson ann Mr. ~'mlacg, airway mechanics. Mr. Deberry of " Dickinson and Mr. D. L. Slauson, maintenance inspector of Chicago, were at the Golva airport the past l week checking over their work here. il Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Scheffer at- tended church in Beach Sunday and from there went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Still for a Mother's Day dinner. Misses IAllian and Theodora Maan- um and Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Fahl- srom were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Maanum. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Susa and fam- ily were visitors at the Rudy Rising home Sunday. Mrs. Leslie Foyler is visiting this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. iFrank~e Rowe west of Carlyle. The homes of Mr and Mrs. Louie Fasching and Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Scheffer were made happy Sunday with a telegram from Louis Fasching, Jr., at Camp Calleu. San Diego, Col "RIDE ON VAQUERO" With Cesar Romero (plus) "SCOTLAND YARD" with Nancy Kelly. All 2-ten General Motors Truclr~ now are powered by a stronger-pulling 97-horsepowe~ 236 cu. in. engine that delivers 192.5 [t.-lbs. torque at 100@ r.~.m. The "236" is also avail- able at extra cost in 1 ~t-ton models. Time paymente through our own YMAC Plan at lowest available rates I II II I IIII I and a telephone call from Kenne:h Seheffer of Chicago in honor of Mother's Day. Bernard Majerus came up from Dickinson to visi~ over the weekend with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Reg Woodhams and daughter and Mrs. Frank Schouboe were callers at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest S'~ark of Ollle, Mr. and Mrs, Alfred Scheffer and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. George Gearey drove out to Williams dam Sunday where a group of men complete~d the fence around the dam. Mrs. Frank Meeker and son Bobby left Tuesday by bus for their home m Seoka, Wn Golva played their first ball game of the season on the home grounds Sunday afternoon with the Medora CCC and won 21 to 3. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Curl, Mr. and Beg Woodhams and daughter Joan and Guy Curl drove to Union, Mont- ana Tuesday to visit at the home of Mr and Mrs. Vance Lyles. John Tschida and Ed Fischer mo- tored to Dickinson Friday and brat back 118 turkey poults to the farm of Mr. Tschida. a goodly number of poults for John Herr and 104 Buff chicks for Mrs. Frank Schouboe. Dor- othy Fischer rode home wtih them. The Golva Sunshine society met on Wednesday, May 7 with Mrs. Robert Johnston and a fine dinner was en- joyed at noon. Following the dinner the meeting was called ~o order and the new officers duly Installed. Two GOLDEN VALLEY HARVESTER CO. C. C. Clark Beach, N. D. II BOTTOMS-UP m,y be merely a game with this athletic young man, or it may be his way of get~ng a new shot on the world. It's HAIm to It's tough to tell what's on his mind, especially when his mind is upside down. But when you want to be on the safe side in caring for your engine, you have inside information to help you pick a winning oil. Here it is: Phillips refines many oils, in various grades to match varying needs and pocketbooks. Of all these oils, we have set one apart as mr ~ Without reser- vations of any kind, we frankly tell you that Fta~ip~ e$ M0t0 0il Is ma" flatd ~al~l... the highest grade and greatest value.., among all the oils we offer. No experienced car owner needs to be told about the economy of good oil. So ask for Motor when draining winter-worn lubricant or when making the normal 1,000-mile oil change. Beach BEACON SERVICE STATION Beach, N. D. Golva n ~. al MADISON SER STATION i s ::arau Golva," N.D. :', atur @ Up to 30 Mil~s o Gallonl And from 500 to 600 other miles on a tank- match ful ... reported nearly five feet by many Nash CoU Springs owues. c~tr carl Easiest Nash has More .Nash Weather Eye Air, "Sedan One-Piece He Wonder HASH Is Winning one pint of gasoline will change show rm getting over 25 miles a New Buyers At A Rate .# your idea, of what a lowest- evengalln'licensesavingplates."n oil, r,~'s and prlc car can be. "Gentlemen, it's a honey. On a reo 3 TIMES FASTER deliversYU'll see how this big NaShfrom 25 to 30 miles a cent trip to-Stockton, 1 averaged Than Any Other L0w- Price Ca r ! @ It's no longer a trend--it's a landslide to Nash!... Drive/,'.Just gallon at highway speeds. You'll see why owners say: "As a salesman, I average 150 miles" daily behind the wheel. Records 32 miles a gallon, speeding along at 45 miles an hour in overdrive." Follow the thousands who are changing to Nash each week. Come in--and drive it! THIS BIG 4-DOOR SEDAN Prices include Weathex Guards are OTHER MODELS AS HALSTEAD CORPORATION Dealer, Beach, No. Dak,