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Beach, North Dakota
October 7, 1943     Golden Valley News
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October 7, 1943
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October 7, 1943 helped out at the home on Saturday. Reed and Mrs. Eddie Beach shoppers Friday. Hlgley spent the her home in Beach. Lambert spent the her home in Dickinson. received that Sheriff is feeling fine. Tiber spent the week- in Glenn Ullin. is shipping horses Butte this week. Rummage Sale 9th at the old 2-1tc Paul Wagn'~r were .allers at the Paul Boisen left on for her home ton. left Sunday eve- Idaho, after a at his home. entertained church on ~. Verlyn Vincent the Dr. Bush ranch Clyde Myers were Joe Downs home on t~. Junior Hall visited Hall home Thursday a prisoners dkens of Miles City, is cnstd~t the weekend visit- probable ~ and Mrs. Bobby Hall as ml~in~hy Hess was a caller oners or~day and Wednesday rAow occl.~l - ira~/Brs. Cecil Tangen ar~ L ~a my aV 8tmd~y guests at the this wa~,~ed home. _~y dinner guests at the w0unus ~ _ -- .... ~ home. DU~ 1~ ma _ ___ .. . . ~ 0t BIsmarck was rma~ nly~e Mrs wa..~,l ~,,..~ listed as ~- ....... teen m~_ Of .... .... r~ ~zcJm~son wno war ~ ocH,,, -~Standard Oil company, : "'~"~ ~ days here last week. m acl2z .... MaJm zceeo returned Thurs- ~. _~ ~g from Bismarck after ~ t~ere for a week. Junior Allen arrived Saturday ~vening from Spokane, Washington. He plans tO leave for the army about the 12til.,of October. A. Robe~s of South Bend, : "Washington arrivdd here Sunday for a visit at the ~1~ick Johnson home. i Mrs. Paul Wischow returned on Saturday evening from Bridger, ! Montana after a two weeks visit With relatives. Miss Delores Hess spent ~Friday 'until Saturday evening visiting at I the WilLiam Gardner home in i Beach. ! Mr. and Mrs. Clara Wagner. .and Mr. and Mrs. Niel Hogoboom were callers at the Bobby Hall home Friday evening. t MAss Dora Fralzer and Miss Ann- data Underwood of Glendive were "visitors at the Art Underwood home 4SUnday and were callers in town. Mr. and Mrs. George Raisler and / THE GOLD~ VALLEY NEWS I RADIO STAGE DOOR CANTEEN CELEBRATES Clarence Fasching and Sada Mil- NEW YORK, N. Y.--Stage Door Canteen celebrates its first anni- versary on the air with a birthday party attended by, left to right, ltionty Woolley, Raymond Paige, conductor, Lester Vail, director, Carole Landis, Eddie Forman, script writer, and Roger White, pro- ducer. The program is heard Thursday evenings from fi:30 to 10:00 over the CBS network and, sponsored by the Corn Products Refining Company, provides the chief source of revenue for the support of the Stage Door Canteens throughout the country. Miss Maridn Lardy, Gwendolyn Petersilie, Gwendolyn Cook, Ward Cook, and Dean and Kenneth Hon- noid, accompanied by Mrs. Hazel Reed, took in the show at Beach Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Huseby have sold all their household furniture and goods, and have sold their restaurant fixtures, etc. to Mrs. Jennie Demsey, after thirteen years of restaurant work, and will be missed by all. --~V~ SCHOOL LUNCH PROGRAM IN GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY The School Lunch Program has Andrew Kohler motored to Golva on business Thursday. Robert Sonnek and Maurice were in Beach on business Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Faschtng were Beach shoppers Monday Mr. and Mrs. Robert Johnson were Beach shoppers Wednsday. Gust Burke is spending a f~w days at the Lewis Drewnlak ho~e. Mrs. Rozina Fasching and faro- Iner were Beach shoppers Saturday. Alpha Ladies Aid will meet with Mrs. Fred Wassman October 21, :'or dinner. WOMEN'S MISSIONARY FED. WILL MEET IN HALLIDAY The Women's Missionary Federa- tion of the Dickinson Circuit will hold its fall convention at Halliday on Sunday, October 10th. "~]s will also be a cen~l PAGE SEVE~ DANCE AT ALPHA There will be a masquerade dance at the Alpha hall on Friday, October 29th. ~-V.~ ~V~ Home canners are being urged by[ There seems to be considerable War Food Adn~inistration to returni difficulty in making contact with empty crates and baskets to deal-It he Japanese fleet. Nipponese ad- ors when fruits and vegetables in lmirais have tried naval warfare bulk are purchased. Also, wooden lwith the U. S. and decided there containers for potatoes, sweet po- wasn't much of a ~uture in it. tatoes and apples should be re- turned. The reason is that wood is now an ess~ntial war material and there is a 'shortage of con- tainers. celebration, observing the hundredth anniversary of ta~e Norwegian ! ": Lutheran Church in America. There will be three sessions, morn- ing, afternoon and evening. The t # ~ ,..:~.::::: opening session will be at 10:30 A. M. at which time Rev. O. L. Olsrud, Beach pastor, will be a ~peaker. NOW, more than ever, you want to stay on the job and do your shar~ of the work which must be done. Headache, Muscular Pains, Simple Neuralgia, Func- Monthly Paiu slow you dmrn, tn~rfere with your werk, ~ ~ Have yOU ever tried " P.nli-Pain NHs definitely become a part of our ed-fly spent ~he weekend at the farm. ucational system It is des~ed Pete Jesok went to Fargo a few ~ amy of theme common l~dmm ~" days the past week on business have made yo~ miserable? to provide a balanced noon meal ......... "_ I Dr. Mi1~ ~L~i-Pai~ Pills a1~ ~r ana Mrs ~ t~ Fascnmg anu for school children and to develop l .. " _ ". " ".. .. t plemmnt to take, and prompt _in their education along the llnes lgZ.ts were ~unaay. azternoon cau-lactiom They do not upset of th nutritiv " f .-- ~ ors at Andrew l~onlers, t ~)mach or make you constipated. e e value o ioo~ls. ......... J Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziebarth[A single tablet usually bring~ ~amos ior me maintenance ozl . . _ t ....... ~ and A J. Zieoarm went to Nledora relief. Dr. Miles Anti-Pain Pills me program nave i~een maae avau-/ - "-- --.- ] able by Congress with appropria- ! on .ousmess ~naay. . ~ are compounded under the sUl~r- alone t~t~ltn~ ~0000000 for the ~normge o~ gasonne pro~ably didI ~ion of competent chemists. .............. omething to keep the roads from l Get Dr. Miles Anti*Pain Pills nauon, oI mm amoun~ r~z,wv ........... ~ at your drug store. Regular pack- ' Delng aecora~ea wire pzcmc rezuse has been alloted to North Dakota _ I age 25#, Economy package $1.00. ' Mr and Mrs Harold Ziebarth $2~99.10 of which is available for . " '-"I . .. . . ~ ~ona and take o~ly as naa J~lVe S~Uay at thezr nome school lunches in Golden Valley_ "a v " county. Disbursement of this ~T~a y e enmg. ,, Andrew Kohler and Mrs. Daisy ,,,, ,,,, ,, Wassman were Beach shoppers on ................ Friday. Wilfred Gamroth has been em- ployed at the Clarence Fasching home the past week. P. E. O. Annual Rummage Sale October 8th and 9th at the old Beach Hotel building. 2-1tc Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White were Sunday evening visitors at the Andrew Kohler home. John Beuson was an overnight guest of Andrew Kohler on Wed- nesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Howard and daughter moved into the former S. L. White home, where they will be employed for Arthur White. : A large c~wd from Alpha at- tended the danc at Beach Friday' night. Everyone reported a good time. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziebarth, Mrs. Milton Ziebarth and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Nunn motored to Dickinson on business Saturday. Miss Edith Carew moved to Beach Tuesday, where she will be employed at the Johnstone Mem- orial Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury drove to Dickinson last Sunday, where Mrs. Bury entered the hospital and had an operation Tuesday. Her many friends wish her a speedy recovery. FRESH BOX Candy Chocolates High Quality-- Low Priced! BUTTE DRUG amount will be made by Emil Frost State FDA supervisor, Fargo. Schools wishing to cooperate iz the Lunch Program, either on a full lunch basis or for milk only, may obtain details and contract blanks from the office of the county Superintendent. The money made available for use in the county must be encumbered before December 1, 1943. ~V~ VEGETABLE KEEPER MADE FOR HEATED BASEMENTS ~on Roland of Rocky Butte were ~lsltors at the Vic Carlso~ home ~unday. ~cooled .by air circulating from a 'Mrs. Charles Featherstone of! flue from the basement window, ~alt Lake City, Utah, the former Avis Permo, are proud of a baby boy born September 25th. Miss Delores Hess arrived here morning from Seattle, to spend a month with her grandmother and ~everal people gathered at %hel ~era Rest home to celebrate a] ~rise birthday party given in~ or of Mrs. Dorothy Lovell on Thursday evening. Cards were Played and a delicious lunch was marred by Mrs. Rest. ~udoph Kunick was very for- ttt~te in finding a s~fe made out of an old tin barrel and bedded Lu ,teaks on the Harry Lowman farm 'east of town, which he bought. It 'h~s been quite a mystery to all Who have seen it. .~ONTY~ AND 'qKE" GET TOGETHER Pea}toes, carrots, beets, ruta- bagas, ~,parsnips and similar root crops necr~ a moist and cool stor- age space, ~conditions not usually found in hea~d basements. A basemen~, vegetable keeper, built of non-priSv.~ty materials, and has been developed by W. J. Prom- ersberger, agricultural engineer, and Ole Grottodden, assistant hor- ticulturist, of the NDAC Agricul- tural Experimental Station. The vegetable keeper is built of wood in the form of a double- walled box. The inside box has a slatted floor, and moisture is pro- vided from damp sand on the floor of the outer box. Cool air, con- trolled by ~ damper in the flue, circulates between ~he boxes. Special Circular A-60, "Vegetable Keeper for Heated Basements," available free from county Exten- sion agents or the NDAC informa- tion Department, gives complete instructions for building the vege- table keeper. V The main advantage of Stewart and Carleton durum wheat vari- eties over Mlndum and Kubanka varieties is distinctly greater stem rust resistance. ~-V---- It's all right for the girl~ to seek beauty, but it won't hurt them any to show they know something. SHIP THE COOPERATIVE WAY .t! from Eisen. shakes hands L. Mont. Your Golden Valley Coop. Shipping Association is ready to ship either HOGS or CATTLE at any time. List your stock with the manager so he will know the days shipment can be made. Any shipper who is not prepared to haul his stock can have ,trucking service at a nominal charge. See How the Rules of Good Taste Will Save You Lots of Money There's an art in putting furniture items together in such a way as to make them "sing" with vi- brant harmony. We have long been masters of this art; and we invite you to bring your furnish- ing problems to us for a friendly discussion. We will show you how a little money spent on furni- ture properly chosen can yield a much better effect than much money spent on furniture of improper choice. A. OVERSTAD & SON BEACH, N.. DAK. I I IIHI H I II I I I $ I I Auction Sale[ I II I IIII I I Having decided to quit farming owing to my age and health, and as I am moving to' Dickinson, I will sell at Public Auction, 41/2 Miles South of Beach, on Wed., October 20th The Following Described Property . i i , SALE STARTING AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M. Lunch Will Be Served by the Catholic Ladies Guild. Bring Your Own Cups. , , u i i Livestock Seven Head of Whitefaced Steers, coming 2 Years old; One Roan Cow 5 Years old, milking; Two Spring Calves, one steer and one heifer; One Jersey BulL 9 months old; About 100 chickens and 30 Turkeys. Farm Machinery One Case 25-40 cross-mounted Tractor; One Tandem Disc, 9.foot; One Van Brunt Double Disc Drill; One 4-section Steel Harrow with ~Cart; One McCormick 5-foot Mower; One Corn Planter; One McCormick Hay Rake; One 9.foot Duck- foot, McCormick, with tractor hitch; One Wagon with Rack; One Feed Grinder; One Hudson Car with good rubber; One Drill Press; One Stock Tank;" Some Harness; Hay Slings; One Iron Wheelbarrow; One Steel Smokehouse; One Butchering Derrick with rope; Three Oak Pork barrels; One Molette 740 capacity Cream Separator in good shape; One Prima small bench Cream Separator in good shape; Twelve loads of Tame Oats Hay; Some iron and wood Hog Troughs; One 25-foot Corncrib Fence; One 125 chick Coop; Some Lumber; Sixty Gunny Sacks; Some Kindling Wood; Some Gasoline Barrels; Pitchforks, Shovels, Picks and Many Other Farm Tools too numerous to Mention. Household Goods One Waltham Piano and Bench, Green Oak Cabinet; 2 Oak Library Tables; One Leather Covered Davenport; Two Leather Covered Rockers; Three Leather Seated Chairs; One Oak Small Table; One Radio with new Battery; 1 Buffet; Six Oak Dining Room Chairs; One Singer Sewing Machine; One Leather Couch; Three Dressers; Two Beds, complete with springs and mattresses; One Wash Stand; TWo Kitchen Tables; One Cupboard.; Three Kitchen Chairs and Stool; One Majestic Kitchen Range; One Kerosene Stove; One Magazine Rack; Two Smoking Stands; Pictures and Picture Frames; One Wool Rug; Two Linoleum Rugs; One Gas Iron; Two Drawing Boards; Two Wash Tubs and Copper Boiler; Kitchen Cooking Utensils of all kinds; Fruit Jars and C~ocks; Milk Pails and Cans; One Aladdin Lamp; One Kerosene Heater. , ii i ii Terms Cash: No Property to be Removed Until Settled For i i ql i J, i ii i ii VINCE WICKA, Owner " k Trollope &.Howard, Auctioneers P.J. Edkms, Cler }" Write or Phone FARSTvEET, Manager PHONE 6-F22 -- -- BEACH, N. D.