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August 28, 1941     Golden Valley News
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i AUG. 28, 1941 TIIE GOLDEI VAI,LE Y NEWS PAGE | SAM'S NEW ARCADE IVE, MONTANA Dance Next Saturday Night Sponsored By MUSIC BY CHET GRIFFIN AND Veterans of Foreign Wars HIS DIXIE LANDERS ROLLER SKATING EVERY FR IDAY and SUNDAY NIGHTS Butte Fred Nestler and at the Math Bert Fasching and were dinner guests ~1~, ul Wagner Sunday ~::~lph Sorous of Mis- days last week Soroos, father, J. Soroos is the for- Wosepka Friday evening. Johnny Honnold and daughter, Mrs. Norman Haugse and children re- turned Monday evening from Aitkin, Minnesota, where they spent a week with their parents. Mrs. Stella Gcarey of Ismay, Mon- tana, is visiting at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Herman Wassman. --o Mrs. E. F. Cook and daughter Jackle and son Harlan returned here Mr. and Mrs. Friday of last week from their vacu- the sUmmer at VaN tion trip to Fergus Falls, Minn. Mrs. Cook states that "she found the home Muelman and in very good order this time." Heart and New in town getting i Wlbaux Miss Muelman and i ~e on th , Sch " e teachmgI Arleigh Helvik and W. P. Fischer .~ ont. ~were business visitors in Glendive on ~Urleigh Sounders i Wednesday. home on Wednesday iHenry Kuch isa atientat the L Leith where the r - P . Y ~ Wagnerhospital since suffering a Hn~,~ ...... !paralytic stroke last week. ~-,~-u o~ u~iva* Mrs. Elsie WilEams is spending evening the Me i some time at the home of her daugh- sses : ter, Mrs. Simon Hazelton. She was BOisen enter, el1 and had to resign from her duties people at their at the Terry hospital awhile. Lty and a hand- Mrs Sadie Kramer opened school for Jane Marshall in the Yates district Monda her home in Wis . . y "here , ,,-- _ - ~ne nas taught for several years. :r he~eSw~thshall Mr. and Mrs. Clarence McClain, ^ . _ a her Jr., autoed to Glandv Wednesday. ann Mrs. Harry! Art Barclay is a patient in the has- printed for next year. The result of the election was: Mrs. D. L. Collins will be president, Mrs. Robert An- derson vice president, Mrs. Merrill Wheeler secretary and Mrs. Charles Dahl treasurer. Mrs. Wm White of Miles City was a guest of her sister, Mrs Barbara Ritual last week, and visited at the C. E. White lame and with other friends. Mrs. Glen Scammon and children have no married daughter. The two item were as follows: Mr and Mrs. Pete Bold and child- ren left Tuesday morning for Van Couver, Wash., to visit relatives. Billy Bold will stay with hs grandmother and attend high school there. Mrs. Frank O~Rourke went to Den- ver to visit her daughters. She ac- companied her daughter Agnes and her husband who had been here for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Col~ton went to Terry Monday to look for an were in Beach Wednesday where Sammy had dental work done. Hans and Tommy IAhen made sev- apartment to live in when they movei eral trips to Glendive recently where there the latter part of the week. t their mother IS a patient at the NP A baby boy was born to Mr. andI hospital. Their many friends hope Mrs. Woodrow Crass at the Wagner] this fine old lady who is in her nine- hospital Fridaf morning, l ties, may soon return home. Mr and Mrs. Erling Erlington camel Two uncles of E.A. Brenneise from'Valley City last week and vis-I wre supper guests at his home Sun-feted with the latterLs sister, Mrs. t day. They were enroute to California iWallace Scott and family. They wereI from Greenway, S.D. Ion their way to Idaho where Mr. I John Watembach, who has been a!Erlington teaches school. They wares patient at the Beach hospital, re- ! accompanied byMrs. Erlington's I turned to i~is home south of town mother, Mrs. Eberly who remained~ Sunday: " ~ her for a visit at the Scott home and Sheriff and Mrs. Eli Swartz and Miss Eberly who went to Idaho with son Billy left Tuesday morning for a lthem. visit with relatives in Dillon. Theyi George Keller Jr. arrived Monday will also visit their daughter Alice from Missoula for a visit with friends. and her husband at Great Falls and'Miss LucHle Wicks, who attends friends along the way. sch~l in Billings came with him anal Robert Thrams, Calvert Stair, Vin- will spend her vacation at the home cent Keller, Mr. and Mrs. Wallace of her parents south of towu. an~ ._ ',pital at Beach. i Scott, Selma Larson and W. Kiedors-i W~-o ~u_ a~rs.. Guy, I~uise Bailey, RN went to Far l ki were among Wibauxites seen in' Mrs. D. Wassink and son Harley ~-~ ~acn visitors' as~ week where sheise go Beach Sunday afternoon :- - mployed m . came up from Baker and were Sun- B,r~,~,. ~ !-~ ho~uital [ Duane Hayes had the misfortune day dinner guests at the home of R,~, ~ ..~aunderslMrs H C Datthorn from h lto have his foot quite badly injured her sister, Mrs. Albion Welsh. They ----~-~msu moto , . . _ sour. . also visited at the J. L. Mingel and red ?f town took her daughter Charlotte last week when h~s pony fell on it. Burton Welsh homes. Mr. and Mrs. James Scott left Sat- urday for Billings to visit relatives before going to Great Falls where he will teach again this year. They and his mother were dinner guests of the latter's sister, Mrs. Maud Johnson near St. Phlllps on Thursday. Mrs. Norman Couiston was the in- spiration for a lovely party Tuesday af~,ernoon given by Mrs E. B. Stair to Beach Sunday for treatments for! Mr. and Mrs. N.P. Bossert and i SUnday at hom~ ~.nus trouble. Mrs. E. A. Brenenise and Floyd re-, :~- He returned t3 turned Thursday from a trip to the ~)~'!! evenlng. Air. and Mrs. Ed Turnquist have mpve to the a]yartment in the Wibaux. Dakotas and into Canada. Nelson were .:otel which was recently vacated by l Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Carlson and and Mrs. aPuI :.~r. and Mrs. Robert W$llet. i children from Terry and Mr. and va nc "Mrs David Dick and baby from Wolf Johnny Piesik is filling the ca y, Paul Wyckoff aret, ~t the Drake grocery caused by tile Point spent Sunday at the parental of a baby girl born r:'esignat:.on of Art Wittoft. John Carlson home. at their home in l Mrs. Tom Rogerson from Wash- Mrs. Jerry Stefanowtch is a pa- , ngton recently visited at the Glen tient in the N. P. hospi*tal in Glen- Mildred Shanks of Greenwood, Wisc., who have been guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lute Meek, left for their homes Tuesday. Clarence Pederson left Sunday for a trip through Yellowstone Parl~ with Mr and Mrs. Melvin Pederson of Glendive. Paul Wagner were!),~cCabe and Carrol Meyer homes. She dive where she underwent a major and Miss Hazelle Nelson at the Stair Mr. and Mrs. Tom :~ a sister of Mrs. McCabe. operation Thursday from which, it is home. After a social time and lovely Mr. and Mrs. George Petcoff and hoped she will speedily recover, l lunch the guest of honor was "show- :3n left Wednesday morning for Wy- Mr. and Mrs. N. P. Bossert and ered" wi~h dainty gifts and the best ~!a, ~Jontana. where they will visit, Allen Brenneise spent Saturday at the of wishes from her friends. "~Ir. Fet"off's sister Pauline (Mrs. Chas. Kartis home north of town. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and son ";ed Wiley) and husband. ~ The Bosserts left for their home in from Gilman, Wise., Clark Smith and ~Irs. Ella Lewis and Mrs.Emma Fallon Sunday morning, son of Castlewood, S D., and Miss ~ones were hostesses to the Mission-~ Mr. and Mrs. Carver made several ......... ary society at the club house Wednes- ' trips to Beach last week where the day afternoon and served a lovely former took treatments of Dr. E A. lunch at the clo~e of the meeting. Nyman for a lame back. Mr. Car- Mrs. Albert KlamDe and daughter' ver is the mechanic at the Ford gar- Amberira, mother and sister of Mrs.. age. Francis Payne, returned to their home Mr. Van Cleave, who came from in Joliet, Montana, Friday, after vis-iColorado with his wife and daughter iting at the Payne home. Ti~ey wereTM visit his son Philip and family, accompanied by Mrs. M. Klampe and was a patient at the Beach hospital ~ daughter of Billings. all last week, being released Sunday The Lucky Star Gardener Boys 4H, evening. club met with David Collins Satur-! In last week's News two news items day afternoon. After their buslnessiwere merged into one and didn't meeting and social time, Mrs. Collins'make sense. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Bold served them a very nice lunch, i .... - ...... ~, Mr. and Mrs. Stainer Pederson ! ~.~-b~~~ land Judy surged to Beach Sunday. I ~ Mr. and Mrs. Dave Hawkins were :here from Savage last week looking !afar their Iarmi:~g interests in the 'old Brenizer community. The,, werel SUPPLIES ~ while gUestShere.f Mr. and Mrs C,~-,~ "~Iayes : A special meeti of the mem er nec;al Deals i of the Woman's club was called for Wednesday afternoon at Mrs. Su/t]- erland's home. On account of the re-t o, ,ro , BUTTE DRUG dent and Mrs. C. White as secre-I tary it was necessary to elect new ! officers before the programs were - - - - wha / r the "Tankful why midwest Red Crown any other i margin of .... ~J a rli IS a You can't afford to miss this v,,v r,u y The unprecedented speed-up of de- bargain... Come in today... |ense activities aud general business and SAVE MONEY! have placed heavy demands on the telephone, particularly in the larger cities and over the principal long distance lines. !~11 Naklonal de(~nse demands ~r fmlepJ~one ser- vice Ire being met promptly and fully buk min;.;.;., Phone 10 STATION ~e ret~t;ct.;ve effect o~ defense needs upon i Sal/th. ][)TOp. tim service 9eneralJy, is (~romln4Jo~e job. ~rA~r][01~ nORTHWESTERN BELl. TELEPHONE COMPANY llclous lunch were enjoyed on the lawn and a ple~tsant afternoon was spent by the ladies Wm. Habbager and sisC, er Julia f!om Loyal, Wlsc., visited at the J. r, Mingel home this week enroute to the Yellowstone Park. Mr. and Mrs. N. O. Eriekson and A committee entertained the We-son of Minneapolis and Miss Avis man's society of Christian Service at Ericlmon of Eau Claire, Wi~c., were the home of Mrs. Buchanan Thurs- week end guests at the Arley ~eek day afternoon. The meeting and de- home. 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