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May 26, 1938     Golden Valley News
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CITY JOHN N. HAGAN Candidate for Governor AUDITORIUM ALL BEACH, NO. DAK. SUNDAY, MAY 29TH X All Citizens Should attend this meeting. Learn more about problems of your state and national governments. ers explain a sane, sensible solution of these problems. JOHN OMLAND Candidate for Treasurer 2 P. M. SHARP Hear these speak- \ LOCALS Mrs. O.~R, Niece and two daugh- ters, Mr~ Willis Wallace and Mrs. Donald Wallace i~nd daughter spent Saturday in Glendive. Mrs. John Kukowski and Mrs. S. D. Knezevich will entertain the Cath- olic Ladies guild next Thursday af- ternoon, June 2, at St. John's hall. Miss Barbara Allen entertained the Catholic Sodality club Monday night at St. John's hall, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Reeve of Bel- field were Monday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Art Wetsch. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Maanum of Golva and Mrs. Victor Thompson left Tuesday for Osage, Wyoming, to bring Miss Theodora Maanum back from her teaching duties there. They also in- tend to visit at Sunrise, Wyoming Where Mrs. Thompson taught last Year. Mr. and Mrs, L. A. Barrow spent Sunday visiting in Wibaux. Mr. and Mrs: C. J. Fish spent the ~eekend visiting friends in Miles City. Monday night Victor Thompson and OIe Thorson drove to Dickinson to at- tend a l~nbermen's gathering. Mrs. S. Schmit of Wadena was here Thursday night visiting her brother-in- law, Sic Schmit, and family, of this At the Sentinel Butte Theatre M~y ~-29-30. "WEIJ.~ FARGO," the great picture of the year. Bob Burns ~~ld Frances Dee in a wonderfp~ per- formance. Portals of Pacific Exposition i: :: ::::i:i:'::: Main entrance gates of the 1939 Golden Gato International expos~ tion on Treasure island in San Francisco bay where millions are ex petted to enter next year are shown in this sketch by Artist Louis Rothc Towering above the exposition is the 400-foot Tower of the Sun. I-~arry ~ilbert of ~lendive was a Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Carl Davis CUT. FLOWERS / FOR / " DAYI I)ECORATIgN,. "MM'M'I 111~TM9~'I first of the week for a ten day visit this Friday afternoon at 1:30 p. m. at l~lllblblSll ~ with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. An- the cour~ room in tile court house, ~. Henry Wojohn was hostess to sewing club at her home Tuesday ~ternoon. Mrs. Thomas.Rader spent last week ~d at Sidney visiting friends. " 'Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Wollen and family and Miss Olive Wollen were ~mday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. ~ndness. Mlas Olive Wollen, who has spent ~ l~ast six weeks here visiting her ~'~ ther Leonard and family, left Mon, (G(DAX Y for Minot to visit her sister there. ~. V. Stewart of Tampa, Florida, the gues~ of Miss Marguerite Ev- |NFAI~O~ past week. ,~ MrS. Anne Ryan and baby arrived i~ re last week for a visit at the home ~ beret parents Mr. and Mrs. P. W. ~!,,',~ll~k, here. , Mr ,,~,il Strand of Frsburg and ~,i~lrr~ger of Medora were business ~is- :~ra in-the city Monday, and while :, lle~rs P~id the News office a pleasant was a pleasant call- In Baker Sunday evening. Beach visitor Monday. and Mrs. E. C. Nelson returned from Charles Robinson accompanied by a trip which took them to Edmonds, NLchol~s Xipolias, spent S~nday here Washington, where they visited Carl's ~isitir_g his sister, Mrs./~i~rd Hal- mother. While gone they report that stead. / / they saw quite a number of Golden Have you registered/at t~e Bijou? Valley folks, and enroute home visited ,Mr. and Mrs. Rall~ Stacker return- r~latives in Spokane and M~ssoula. ] eel,last week from Werner, N. D., and Read the Specla! ~gains offered] will spend a few weeks here visiting at the Gamble Store ~f this week's is-] with Ralph's parents, Mr. and ~)~rs. sue of ~ News. :~ / Fred Stacker of near Sentinel ~utte. At the Sentinel Butte Theatre May Take advantage of the/Sl~al Ice $8-29-30. "~ FARGO," the great- ~ream Day at the Cozy {~/fe ~is corn- est picture of the year., B~b Burns ins Saturday. See the ~als else- and Prances Dee in a wdffderful per- where in this Issue. \/ fvrmarme. Ernest Helm arrived in the city the The county welfare board will meet To make a long Tale Short HOSPITAL NOTES Dr. Virgil Parrett and family left for California last week where he in- tends to take post graduate work for about two months. Mrs. Ed Olson of Sentinel Butte was in Tuesday for treatment. Donald Bay of Sentinel Butte had a tonsillectomy Thursday. Mrs. Arthur Hanson of Wibaux gave birth to a baby boy on Sunday, May 22. Miss Alice Sperry of Trotters was in Monday, May 23, for a tonsillect- omy. Miss Edith Carew of Alpha was brought in on Monday and on Tuesday was operated on for gall trouble. The D. Fultons returned home on Monday. THE WEATHER May 18 48 43 May 19 58 53 May 20 60 43 May 21 64 40 May 22 66 43 May 23 60 37 May 24 72 47 The Markets Wheat .............................. 69 Flax ............................ $1.48 Oats ............................... 14 Barley ............................. 32 Rye ................................ 33 Eggs ....... 14e Butter ....... 23c Cream, sour .... 21c sweet .... 23c At the Sentinel Butte Theatre 1~4~ 2~2~9-30. "~ FARGO,,, ~he g~at- est picture of the y~ear. Bob/l~urns and Frances Dee ,ln/a wonde~ul per- formance. ," : / CARLYLE 4-H C~V~ The Busy Bee 4-H club of Carlyle which was organized at the Charles !~ulton home April 23, held its second meeting at the home of the local leader, Mrs. Conrad Pratt, on May 14. The meeting was conducted by our drew Helm. Ernest has spent the past WANTED---Ch~k~. Park Care. oresident, Miss Dorothy Hammond. An year in California and likes it very Mr. and Mrs.~,~. C. Schulz and Mark ~teresting talk on The Well Dressed much. - Lovgren returne~ Monday evening from/i was given by Dorothy Water- Flowers for Mt~Jai Day. Wood- a weeks vacation. Mr. Lovgren visite~ At the close of the meeting a lunch was served. ward Drug Co. / his daughter and family in l~rgo ~ ~Dorothy Waterland, Club reporter. Miss Eva Schmidt of Detroit. Mich., while Mr. and Mrs. Schulz went on to __ and Mrs. Zeno Muggli of Rlchardton Little Pine Lake in Minnesota for the are guests a~ the Gerhardt Muggli opening of the fishing season. If you home in this city arriving here Mon- haven't heard a good fish story for day of this week. some time just talk to Bill. ~UI~1~uI~I~I~M~I~I1~H~u~i~u~I~I~$~$~$~ BONNIE VIEW I I~IHIIIIIIUIIUIIflIIIIIIIIIIIHItIlilIIIIIlItlIIIIIttllUUlWIIIHII~ I A fairly large crowd was in at- tendance at the party which was held at the Bonnie View school house onI Saturday evening and those presentI report a very enjoyable time, j Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Moore and Miss~ Florence Helmstetler drove down from! their home at Minot last Friday andI they were guests at their home here' over the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Gordon and family were Sunday visitors at the E. A. Stoddard home. Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Doblar, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Kittleson, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Kukowski and daughter and F_xlgar Kukowski were callers at the Reeve ranch Sunday afternoon. Mr. Glenn Stein closed this year's term of school at Bonnie View on Friday afternoon. Or~ Tuesday and Wednesday of this ~eek he will give .33 the state examlna~ns, and on Thurs- 9.1 .48 day he plans to. leave for Dickinson where he will sp~d part of his vaca- tion. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fillner spent Sun- day evening at the E.A. Stoddard~ home. Dewey Hughes returned to his home Saturday from Seattle, Wash.. where he had gone for medical treatment. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Reeve, Mi~s Flor-] ence Heln~stetler and Joe Pesha droveI to GOlw, Sunday. [ Little Clarice Rollins has been suf-I feting during the pas~ week with eye trouble. It was nec~sary to have it lanced. / . - Harry Hill was,a vmit~ at the OlafI Abraham home ~rida. " Mr. and Mrs/~ck Still were visitersl at the John ~Iladick home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Nehls were Beach visitors on Saturday. SPECIAL CHICKEN DINNER At The PARK CAFE Ng~x.t-S~nday There/will be all the trimmings including~ Fresh Strawberry I~~ Cream S Unshe": Come in and try it! SALE! HAT ...... V 1 o,$3 00 FOR COUNTY &UDITOR ' a ue$t . I herewith announce my candidacy : / for re-election to the office/of COunty Auditor. Trusting that my/ser~ces in! the past will merit your k~dl~/consld-~, 50c eration at the primary e~ec~fgn to be! held on June 2gth, and ~f/nbminated and elected promise the ~9~tinued de- voted service to the dtities of the T. & T. Dress Shop office. Again I wish" to thank you for the support given me in the past. MINNIE E. SlVIr~ SPECI L ICE CREAM DAY :iai, of ours that the toms " thathe were~ they ; not large the dog to ~ hlstail has to wag iS Ul~ and said he. We de~'t elahn to on arehiteeture, but we ~u1~w our onions" on used ear~ PRICED PROVE IT l~RD SE- Renewed $145.00 | - V-8 Pickup. condition. Dayments. only $145.90 CHEVROLET ~2OUPF~ Good e0~lCUtlon. Down payment .$48.00 SeVeral Other Body Types To Choose From Motor Co. 10 ~ No. SATURDAY ONLY! BANAN " ~ A SPLITS~ .~. ............ /. ........... lOc SUNDAES ALL wITH / LAvoR: ....... , ..... BIG JUMBO MALTED MII~KS ........