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Beach, North Dakota
July 3, 1941     Golden Valley News
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,o JULY 3, 1941 TTrE GOLDEN VALT-, Y NEWS Miss Nell Cooper, supervisor of the executive secrebarles for this district was a Beach caller several days last week. Golva Beach, North Dakota FRIDAY- SATURDAY .y Matinee at 2:30 p- m. BOWMAN, ALAN CURTIS, Bud & LOU COSTELLO (radio team) SISTERS, NAT PENDLE- comedy that has won praise wher- Bring the family. Comedy and News y- Monday- Tuesday SUNDAY AT 2:30 P. M. S CHAPLIN, JACK OAKIE, GODDARD. The first oppor- ces have had in a long time to Chaplin. This picture road for over a Year with marked suc- Rroadway Brevity. Wednesday - Tbursday MEN" Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Pe~erson re- turned from Fargo Wednesday. 'Mrs. John Fischer and d~u~hter Tessie visited with Mr. and Mrs. John DeSota of Dickinson Sunday, return- ing here Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Gunnar Fahlstrom visited at the Thee. Maanum home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. At WosepKa are mov- ing into the Johnnie Fischer house this week. Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Rising were in Baker Wednesday. Andrew Petersor~ left June 23rd for Minenapolis, Minn., and after visiting wi:h his children, was to undergo an operation there Tuesday, JUly I. His many friends are hoping for a speedy recovery. Friends extend sympathy to Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury on the death of their infant son. Mr. and Mrs. A. Goroski of west of Carlyle visited at the Leo Rising home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bryson and and Mrs. Narum, Sr. motored to Glendive Sunday and visited with the Glen Manthey and Bill Nature families. Mrs. John Adams and daughters of! Wyoming visited the past week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. L. White. Golva played ball with the Lefor team Sunday and los~ by a score of 8 to4. Elmer Howard and son were at the M. A. Finneman farm Sunday to re- ceive one of Casey Hlggins registered bulls for their herd. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Still and fam- ily were dinner guests at the Alfred Scheffer home Sunday. Lyman Page vlsted with Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer and fan- fly were pleasant callers at the Tony Barthel home Sunday. A letter from Verna Scheffer. who with two girl friends are touring the west. and recently were in Arizona. states tl~t place was real warm and 9Atho not having a rain for ten years BANCROFT, KAY FRAN- OAKIE. Based on the novel by i May Alcott. Information Please and until last winter, it was not dry. T?fls of course is due to irrigation. All the homes are air conditioned. The girls also visted in Mexico and are having a wonderful trip. At present they are visiting Mr. and Mrs. A. Burllngame in Los Angeles. Mr. Burlingame is a former South Valley resident. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rising and their daughter and Jane Goroskl were vis- itors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. of ~.saue. Steven Goroski Sunday. Other guests , included Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Do- browski, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Soko- loski, Mr. and Mrs. Walter gfta, Aug- Miss Jane Miller, oasl~ier at the ~. ust Goroskl and families. Mr. and Mrs. George Hammond C. Penney store started her vacation and his m *" t today. The first of the week she andtripSpenttoChe, MizpahWeekendwherewith theya pleasantvisited arrive - o~ner, 'her sister Virginia will leave for the Scott Hammond. zrc~rn" do ~.....,~.,nme last Yellowstone park to spend a week. Norbert Barthel, who is employed in eas ; Olarenee voll .the pha acist who at Wn spent his v ,lon t "fan- - ., " .'!has been employed at the City Drug with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. v neu qul e sueR __ ,~, few weeks left Sunday morn Lion wh,~n ~,i,,,~ ~n~ v,~ , " Barthel. r ~.._~'~7"" ".'~ ".~."'in~ for Wiliston where he will spend Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hanson were ".~ moaner In me -~" Then decided to vLqit -~'- several weeks visiting relatives, seen fishing on M Her 5 ranch Sun lana and he will Join navy. returned hem- ~ *I Harold Bellmont got out last week dEMrs.ay. Louis l~asching and Mrs. L. ~,~ .... ~ "~~laftre bein~ n bed at his home for Hovland were Dickinson visitors on Iowa T-T, ~,~,~ several days with a cold ana an a~- Friday. U'- ~-'-'~ -~'vv~' !tack of flu. Mareelia and Dorothy Flcher were v ,,~arK ~ovgrenl - "- " was a up from summer school at Dickinson him down and I Cliff Wagner o! oornam vacation visiting his Beach business caller MondaY morn- and spent the weekend ~vlth home in Fargo. Bobby ing of this week. of Mr. I~v~ren, re- Mrs. J. E. Ames and soy ,~ ~reat to spend a month Falls, Mont. left Monday mornmg by home. bus for t~heir home after spending a a nephew of Mr. and vacation here with her sister, Mrs. arrived last Fri- Leo Halgh and family. spend the remainder Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Fakler and Beach. ]four children of Milwaukee, Wisc., Aldrich and Werner arrived here last Saturday for a visit morning for Hank- with their relatives in this community Will spend the 4th Lest Sunday a Fekler family reunion and from there was held at the Shelter house near Hills. ,Medora where an enjoyable day was R'~ who re- 1 spent. l~ley farm south] ~Mrs. E. E. Dickinson and son Fred- home the first of]die returned last week fl'om their their vacation spent imonth's vacation spent in the Twin the Twin Cities. Cities and also at Itasca Park. CLARA: TO FARGO THE OTHER DAY STOP HAD SOME BUSINESS TO ATTEND TO AND I HAD SOME THINGS TO GET STOP TO MEET EACH OTHER AT NOON I )WEP.S HOTEL FOR LUNCH IN THE COFFEE SHOP STOP CLARA WE HAD BEST LUNCH I CAN REMEMBER STOP EV- WAS SO GOOD AND ALL THE SEEMED SO NICE AND FRIENDLY WHEN YOU GO TO FARGO REMEMBER TO THE POWERS STOP AND THAT LUNCH US ONLY 35 CENTS APIECE CHILDREN BEHAVED SO WELL WHILE HAVING LUNCH STOP WHEN LIttLE GOT RESTLESS THEY BROUGHT HIM A TO PLAY WITH AND THERE WERE DISHES FOR THE BABY'S HOT FOOD SPECIAL LINEN AND DISHES FOR THE STOP LOVE STOP RUTH folks. Roman Finneman returned from Kalispell, Sunday, June 22. Mr. and Mrs. Errde ~chrnit~ and John Barthel spent their summer va- cationin Canada with relatives, com- ing home Saturday, June 28. Mrs. Catherine Lorenz and son Jag. left Sunday afternoon for a visit at Helena, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Good and their daughter of Mineapolis spent a tWo weeks vacation here visiting with Mike and Herb Flnneman. Mrs. Vlotor Thompson of Beach vis- ited with Mr. and Mrs. Thee. Magnum Wednesday. Mr .and Mrs. John Schaefer were callers et the A. E. Scheffer home on i iFriday evening, arid on Sunday they ~left on their annual vacation to the t IPark t] Mr. and Mrs. Bob Ciartn recently | ~made a business trip to Fargo and ~returned June 22 with a new Chevy | | pickup. l ] Otto Unger leaves Tuesday his | | vacation trip. Mr. Mrs. wm rent-- | ed from their trip to Minneapolis | |June 23 and report a very plea~nt | time. | Mr. and Mrs. W. R. McNeil and t niece of Babbitt, Minnesota, and Mr. | Henry Anthony of Windom, Min~e- | sota, arrived at the C. M. AnthonY | hme Friday and stayed over night on | Saturday they drove to Wolf Point, | Mont. were Mr. McNeil was oalled by | the death of his mother. Mr. Henry I Anthony is C. M. Anthony's father. ' Scnti- el Mr. and Mrs. Ted R4nk and children arrived home Wednesday evening from Hysham, Montana, where Mr. Rink is employed. Mrs. Rink and the ohfldren will spend about a week car- lng for her mobher before she returns to Hyshsm. Victor Carlson left Tuesday morn- ing for a week's visit witk rel~tlves friends at I~Seuer. Minn. Mrs. Lyle Martin and dangbters vere visitors in Dickinson Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Hormold and children spent 8und~ at Medo~ Everybody who smokes them likes thek COOLER, MILDER, BETTER TASTE The great popularity of Chesterfield is solidly built on the fact that they give smokers just what they want. They are decid- edly Cooler-Smoking, Definitely Milder and Better-Tasting. ChesterfieM's R gh" t Combination of the world's lead- ing cigarette tobaccos gives you the smoking pleasure you want in a cigarette. Everywhere you go... CopTr~l~t 1941, L~.as~ & MTm~ To~s~o Co. visiting Mr. and Mrs. Ouy Honnold, ~[r. and Mrs. Paul Wagner took Mrs. Bert l~sehlng to Oolv~ Tuesday evening where Mrs. Paschlng spent a couple days visiting rel~tlves. The Civic club held its monthly meeting WednesdaY evening. Several menYoers were absent due to the busy season. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Cook and sons and Mrs. Ted Cook autoed to Rich- ardton Wednesday to visit relatives and friends. They returned Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lardy spent Wednesday night av6 the Johnny Hon- nold home. Mike Theisen has been helping at Carlson's IOA s~ore during the ab- sence of Vlc carlson. ,Mr. and Mr. Ole Waldal enjoyed ,t vis}t with a sister of Mrs. Waldahl'~ from Mlnnesot~ She also vialed wltB Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Yates. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Lardy were din- ner guests of Mr, and Mrs. Bert Wal- dal Thrusday. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Carlson return- ed Sunday evening from Le Seuer, Minn., where they had visited Mrs. Carlson s parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. Tu1~r~.V~rgaret"-----'- Bolen wa~ hostess to the Homemakers club on Friday af- lemon at her home. A short business meeting was held after whioh the ladies spent the afternoon sewing and knitting. Before they departed they were served ~ delicious lunch by Mrs. Boisen. Mr. and Mrs. Nick L~rdy were din- ner guests of Mrs. Bert Fishing on Thursday evening, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Kenne~h drove to Bismarck on Thum- day to get Dorothy who has been attending school there. Bhe hu J u~,. finished a course at the OhrietYs Beautician School and will spend some time at home before taking employment. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Whitney ann sons of Mllwsukee, Wlsc., arrived Monday for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred SmRh and Mr. Everetts. The Whltneys sae rel~tives of Mr. Everetts, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Moen visited wRh Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Nelson on Monday evening. Mrs. Bert Pasching and chlldreu spent Friday and S~turday at Wtbaux with Bert Pasch4ng who recently took over a barber shop there. Mr. Fasch- ing accomP~uled his family home Sunday and returned Monday. Miss Margaret Fischer visited Mr. and Mrs. Neff HOgoboom on Friday. Margaret Boisen came up from Me- dora on ~t~rday to spend Sunday with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wyekoff family of Medom visited relatives in town on NOTICE OF ASNUAL NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING * Notice is hereby given that the reg- ular annual meeting of the Golva Notice is hereby given that the r~- Coope~tive Grain Co. will be held ular annual meeting of the Beach in Oolva, North Dakota, on Wednes- Cooperative Grain Co. wlll be held in day, July 9th, 1941, at 2:30 p. m. Beach, North Dakota, in the company Election of three directors for three office on Tuesday, July 8, 1941, at, years and such other buslne~ as 2:30 p.m. Elsotion of two direotom may properly come before the meet- for three years and such other bugl- ing. ness as may properly come before the meeting. _ __ L. D. 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