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Beach, North Dakota
July 2, 1942     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS THURSDAY, JULY 2, 194Z DANCE EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT AT SAM'S NEW ARCADE Dance Next Saturday Night Sponsored By MUSIC BY CHET GRIFFIN AND GLEND00, MONTANA Veterans of Foreign Wars HIS DIXIE LANDERS ROLLER SKATING EVERY SUNDAY NIGHT Kulmwekl on Tuesday. They plan "u) move to e Frank Zook farm in few dltys where .hey will pu in fotmdetion and floor for a granary %here. Mr. end Mm. Harris Gilman left taut Friday morning for Masoula, Mont., where they planned to stop and vlt relUves a few days before going to Coeur d' Alene, Idaho, where Mr. Gllnmn  seek employment in a dare,me Job lere s a mechanic. t Can clays here vksltkg t e pant, Tom Gilman. ,home and wtt other relates end frds. Mr. and Mrs. L. M. erson and fsd}y of Fargo were week end guests it the T. M. Ivemon home *ht th city. T stopped  emute lmme frmn  westm rip. The Ooco Oola ruck which makes Bemah sever ttm a week from , r Monday morning of  Week  Hi,Way No. I0 in tte me place where several other cstm have had he stone tdfforme. ruok let the grade and went into the 2S-foot  Just east of the Roosevelt Park enave east of Meora where a Glendtve hum was killed Im a skntr aco[de Jt be- h)re Ohrlsm. The driver of the Jck esey, was uninjured when he Jumped to s6fety. The ,truck was complebeiy' demolished. Dick Schroeder let eaxly Monday mornlng by csx for Mh'eapolis and from there wtll go on to  home at Plattevme, Wise., were he will dplahts vacation with hs parents. to enter t service within a Short lme. ]ty Lou A]an, daughter of Olaf Abrelw% left bY bus 'Monday m for Clevelemd, Ohio to spend the mmuner with her uncle and aunt, O. &. Dobbin" and family. Preddle Dickizmon returned Thurs- day of lt week from Stales, Minn., he tad  e r#onth's vaca, tlon wi relaedves.. THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS  and Crn/cago. delicious lunch. The next meeting[are vising Mrs. V aatta folks, Mr. A  pUtdlzh every tay et Beach, North . Etered as ] Several ladies and men spent Tues- . w4ll be t the home of Mrs. Sand- [ and. Mrs. J.. E. 1Martin. clam  at e Poetolce at Beach, North Dakota, October , day and Wednefay at the U. B. arson July 28. I Atmee ,arKe was  overnight asm ,,nd, h  af ,w_ .q 180"/ I paxsonage cleaning and InUing in Those from Carlyle who were Beach ] guest at the Hammond home Sun- _ .'...--' .'_'."." ". ..... _ Ipreparetion for the new minster, Rev. callers Friday were: Jean Hartsc [day ngiht. ta  lMm ues, ..... I Whetsel, and Mrs. Whetmel of Calif., Dorothy Allen, J. E McIlivitt, and] A large supper was given Sundy lce $@ in N. Dek., Minn., Mon., and S. Da, Elsewhere zjuiwho are expected next Wek. , Henrietta Bergleld. t night i honor of Luster lTezen who i-,,-i  I r , , Vanvi, son of Mr end ,Dolores and JaRioe Rtmtad visited Miss Lois Sumerfet has been 14s .leaving for the army the llowing |l||'| . IMrs Sivert Vanvi- who reside east at the Hube t Rusbad home several vsiting at the Herman Stockel home IMt%2g.llM s,  da,,s laSt week I *  -- -- [O Oolva, left here Monday morning I  " . " " "" ]rne  and son tm1pleted bv bus for CoPnell University at Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Stark and Mrs. I Mr. and rs. Wa2ter Allen end r'ttaw, wtAw . caacrete work on a nt a hict N. Y, where he received a Donald Blair were Beach callers on Donna Mae Bagfeld were visitors at d111151 Joe Pepliskl farm home south-]te@cher s fellowshlu ad will be an Wednesday. I Sentinel Butte Sunday. Mr and Mrs Art Underwx)od and of ow Monday of Is week(instruotor in Agr'Icurl Economies* 1ona Bryson went to Olendivel Bud Shepherd of Xirkland, Wn., o,',,  . x#, r., Uro and began u foundation for a grenary lhtl at the sam'e tim study for his Wednesday to accept a position n arrived by train S@turday morning. ,,'''' x".,":,,:"',',h, r:" en the old KesU farm for Edgar [B'S ,Degree. Andrewad hs broth-i the Superior Cafe Hube Bryson Bud  vsSt his sister, Mrs. Rowan ............................ er, Thcana both graduad from the' accompanied her and will vsit his and family. 22nd A. C. at Fargo this spring. Boh slster, Mrs. Glen Manthy and fanly. boys dok their first year's high' Mrs. John Sehleet and baby daugh- school work ,in Beach and their last ter, reutrned home from the hos- .three years at Golv where ,they pital Thursday. graduated. [ Mr. and Mrs. All':e Ferrel and family were overnight guest at the Johry and Pat McCaskey left by Carl Rot home Satmxtay. bua Monday afternoon of this week , Buddy Shepherd of Seattle. Wn.. for Cody, Wyo., where they will re- ceive employment on he housing proect which is ,being put ttp ehere to take care of some 10.000 Japs h, at wRl be kept in te camp. Clay- arrived Saturday cn his ecation from the sli, pyards where he .is em- ployed. He is visiting his sister. Mrs. lul Bowen and falpAly. Mrs. Lawrence Morrlscn spent v- J. E, McDivitt returned home from 'Mr. and Mrs. Win. Swanbro re- turned from Billings Wednesday where they h,ad been vsitlng their daugher and family, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Stark. Iowa where he had been visithg re- latives ad friends. Miss Violet An'tony and Lloyd Wien- rice were married t the Car1le U. B. church Wednesday. Ray. Boyd of Beach united them in rnrria@e. Ray. Floyd I%ichert preached his b0ft Wal'lace, John Kalkma and Ed. eral days lst week visiting relatives lost sermon Sundy at Carlyle. A Hershberger, all of t city tre now employed on the project, on Cabin Creek. , large church dinner was given. The Mr. d Ms. Hans Justesen and' Miss Betty Shepherd left Thurs- new minister will preach  first w daughters of IAtchvflle, N. Dak., day for GlendJve where she will be sermon at Carlyle S'dday morning. ............ employed during the summer months Mrs Bill Neary and Mrs Melvin arrlvea ere I Monay al vmel .............. n ' " ,,, ,v,o ot *- -" homes 'y Mrs. ya tnso . I Hart,se entertained two b]es of and at  Moyer heine before re-I Mr. and Mrs. GaG. Cox end so , brdge Thursday evening at the mxy Claud Baker le.t Sunday for home. High .lvlze ws won by Mrs. uring to IAtehvllle. [Tdu,M 'day trip throug bhe Black Claude IAmd, low by rs. Dave Ltm- ')utCh" Hoeck. Olg Moyer, John Hills. Mr. and Mm. Joe Baker and'tier, traeli prie, Mrs. Earl Minor. Teeter and Miss Iur Sticka were, d --r in at th Cox ........ Jr' augne are say g e A lovely lunch was served by the rammy aumer guesm at ne "farm du  their absence Schulz ,home in this city. They m "1 Mr nd Mrs Donald Blair had hostess. toted to DlcEitson tht evening where . their week end --.ts Mr Blair's' Mr. and Mrs. Comer Owens of Mar- s- , maxth and Mr. end Mrs. Tommy they took in the show. uerents from 'Richy. Bob Hardy and Miss Eleanora Braun Owens returned from their week's motored o Dickinson Stmday where in the Par, Sunday eve- Bob gqulred no the CPT program wcb is opening up tahere soon. ey Mrs. Floyd Varmtta and children. returned home that evening. Dorothy, Bobby, and Sharon of Laurel 01lie Mrs. Narum was a dinner guest t ,the Claud Baker .home Monday. The 4-H Luncheon Club met Tues- day at he Christ Sher home after the business meeting, Ctrlotte Steen and Ade'lne Sherv served .e ]ch. Miss Lona Bryson was an over- night guest of Helene Tatley Tues- day, Miss Jewell Slater of Billings ar- rived at the ,home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Archie Slater, Tuesday, to visit until Monday. She had spen te week previous in Wlaoon- Wolf Point s Annual Presentation of Montana's Oldest Wild Horse Stampede JULY 9-10-11 Bu .... Not Demonstrations t Open Contests Between The Best Talent In The West FOR BIG CASH PRIZES Bronc, Bareback, Wild Horse, Steer, Trick, Relay Riding Roping Lady Contestants. Clowns, Indians. Bands Children under 14, If with parents, Free first day. " Lots of Up-Town Entertainment Positively Better Than Ever --:-- Announcing System mann, Clifford Dolaine and IAllisn Jendro were Beech visitors Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Wosepka, Edward and Kenne'h, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Drewniak and children. Mr. ad Mrs. George Stall, Ted and Pal, Gordon Scluneting, Victor Renstrom. Cliff De- la:ine, mn Lillian Jendro,. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wossmann and Walter and Dorothy Wassmann were mnong those who attended the dance at Alpha Saturday night. Mx. and Mrs. Ed Jendro and Jim- my, Mr. and Mrs. George Stall an Pal were callers 8 the John Stll home Sunday. ,Mr. and Mrs. John Fakler and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wash- mann and Carolyn, G. M. Brown, and Delaine Jedro were Sunday dner ghests at the F. Wsssrnann home. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wasmmm and Carolyn were Sunday evening callers at .the John Stull "home. Irving Jendro is spending a few clays at the home of his sister, Mrs. Bud Chaffee of near Wibaux. H. L. Babcock and daughter, Betty, lwere callers at the F. Wassmann Protec00 Yoursel F..!R INSURANCE SEE YOUR ASSESSOR OR COUNTY AUUITOR STATE #,AIt. INSURANCE DEPT. Mr. and Ma's. Pt Plununer and vacation Douglas were Baler callers Saturday. ng. 00rNle Mrs. Sternqulst of Princeton, Mnn., s visiting her sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Stockel. Home Demonstration met t the home of Mrs. C. M. Fulton Tuesday. There were five visitors and at] mum- ,burs present. Mrs. Fulton srved home Monday Mr. and Mrs. John Smll left by car on Sunday night for Onnamia, Minn.. where they wiLl visit with the taster's parents and friends. They ENJOY GOOD[ HEALTH Don't let poor health sap the pursuit of our am. bitions! Revitalize with chiropractic treatments. In many cases the cause of your lethargic health can be traced directly to a displaced spine. Come in for consultation with- out obligation. Many Ailments Can Be Cured By Your Chiropractor Dr. E. A. Nyman Lady Attendant Ground floor of McClellan Bldg. Phone 61 IE T THIS Hc4.nDY InExPEnSIVE e00mp STOOL We Will Be Closed All Day July 4th A. OVERSTAD & SON \\; i i IMPORTANT NOTICE NEW SERVICE POLICY TO BECOME ffFECTIVE AUGUST I, 1942 Wartime conditions compd us to alter our service rules. Tire rationing and the ditcul W in securing car and truck replacements make it necessary to eliminate as much driving as possible. Experienced employees, who have en- tered military service or have gone to defense plants, cannot be replaced, m we have to operate with fewer service men. Higher taxes and wages and in- creased cost of supplies have added greatly to our cost of doing busineu. Daylight saving and business curtailment ae reducing out income. In order to carry on under existing conditions we solicit the cooperation of our customers. This can be expressed by relieving us of minor service calls. :In the past we have taken care of all service calls as soon as received, but un- der the present conditions it/s imperative that calh be limited to those which are absolutely essential You can also assist us by giving us as much notice as possible when service is required in order that our service man may take care of your work while he is in your neighborhood. We expect you to call us for service whenever there is any question as to the safety of the operation of your equipment. We will respond to service calls as promptly as the fadlities at our disposal will permit. It will also be neces- sary for us to make charges for certain services that we have rendered with- out charge in the past. Charges made for service will be at a cost as low am operating conditions will permit. New rules and regulations coveting the handling of service calls will become effective as of August 1, 1942. We medy solicit your Cooperation. MONTANA-000TA UTIUTIF,$ CL We Will Be Closed All Day July 4th. expect to be gone about a week or te days. Olaf Orstad, Keameth Htggins, Chubby Fischer, Walter Wn, and APt Underwood helped brand cattle at the George WoselNka home Tuesday. Elmer Howard Jr. was a sper guest at the P. Wasmnann honda Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Mat Kraue were callers at the Fred Ws.snann home Friday. The many fa'iends of Mias Dline Jendro were sorry to leaxn he un- derwent an a.pendectny at the Beach Hospital Monday morning. They all wish her a very speefiy re- covery. RUM]BIN(} AND HITING 8]et and Metld Welt No Job Too Large Or Too 8m.U OLAU8 RISHOVD $250 REWARD $250 A reward In the amount of $ WUl be :lkl to the Immm or l- sos who furmlsh Inf--'marion lel- /n to  arrest and een any person or pen.sons eaht Mcel- tng livestock from any M_emb ot the Medera Graaing lmmlation. Medora Grazing Association Medors, North Ds/m ] Theatre Calendar RRZNT W ROSE GLENDIVE, MONTANA Now Sho Thurs. - FrL - 8at. Montana's Premiere howtng of "TEN GENTLEMEN FROM WEST POINT" starring George Montgomery, Mau- teen O'Hara, John Sutton, Laird Cregar, John Sheppard and Waxd Bond. eart tingling romance . . Spine-tingling adventure . , . West Point's true Story! Owl Show Sat Nlte, 11:30 p. m. Sun. - Mo. - Tues. Ginger Rogers m "ROXIE HART" wit Adolphe Menjou, George Montgomery, Lynne Overman, Ni- el Bruce, and Phil Silvers. A gal who could do no wrong . . . bu brother how he tred. Wednesday Only-- "WHAT'S COOKIN" starring the Andrew Sisters. Woody Herman nd His Band, Robert Paige, Jene Fraze and Leo Car- rillo. Okay you solid senders . . Here's some jumpin' jave You're bound to enjoy . . . wtt Woody Herman and his Band, Opening Next Thurs.-- "MR. BUG GOES TO TOWN" a Max Fleischer Feature Length Cartoon. UPTOWN THEATRE Last Day Frank Buck's "JUNGLE CALVACADE" Also Selected Short subjects. Friday- Saturday Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake n "BLONDIE BLESSED EVENT" Also Gene Autry in "STARDUST ON THE SAGE" Plus Chapter 8 o Jungle Girl Serial. Sunday - Monday Lloyd Nolan and Mary Beth Hughes in "BLUE WHITE AND PERFECT" Also Kent Taylor in "THEY M]EET AGAIN" Tuesday - Thwsday 2 Days Only "HER JUNGLE LOVE" st,'ring Dorothy Lamour and Ray Milland.