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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 9, 1941     Golden Valley News
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October 9, 1941
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"WHERE FRIENDS MEET TO EAT" For Quality- Quantity- Service Table Service For Dinner Parties ALSO ICE CREAM, BEVERAGES OF ALL KINDS ," ., =:,.. .., ,, . THE GOLDEN,VALLEY NEW LOC LS Miss Thora R~erson left Tuesday morning for a week's visit with home folks at Hettinger. Misses Doris Johnson, Alice Gund- erson and Ted Kurkoski motored to Dickinson Tuesday of this week where they spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Walker and Hub Sehmidt were Sunday dinner guests at t~e Clarence Overstad home. Miss Lois Odland returned to Bis- marck Tuesday morning of this week to resume her duties at the Bismarck Hospital. Frank Zie]enski of the St. Philip community purchased t~e first new 1942 Ford received here by the John- son Motor Co. The car was on display less than a day. Matt Zimmer of Golva was a B~ach caller Tuesday afternoon an~ reports that his community received nearly a foot of snow during the recent storm. Highway No. 16 has been in tough shape since the moisture. Sunday morning Mrs. B. T. Piesik and daughter Ruby Kipp left for Rochester, Minn., where Mrs. Piesik will undergo medical examination. The Saddle Butte Homemakers club Bonnie View [ Garner will meet next Thursday afternoon, October 16th, with Mrs. Chas Lingk. Mrs. Norman Stedman and sonI Mrs. Ina Stone was hostess to the David, accompanied the former'sI A large crowd attended the auction Past Matrons club on yesterday after- brother, Hollis Adams of Beach, to lsale at the Ralph Busman farm Wed- noon. TaylOr, Wednesday, called there by inesday" Donald Enderle returned Thursday the:;~serious illness of Mrs. Stedman'sI Victor Renstrom was a caller at a~ternoon of last week from Great fair, Calvin Adams of that place. I the John Fakler home Wednesday. Lakes Naval Training Station. where Florence Stedman, who is attending] Herb Babcock, Betty and Howard he is in the U. S. Naval Reserve, school in Beach, spent a few days at t were out to the farm over the week for a week's visit with his parents, her home during her mother's ~b- sence. end. They returned to Beach Sunday Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Enderle. & SON All Metal EVERYBODY WILL BE GOING TO Mrs. James Burbank and little son, of Billings, are spending some time visiting at the home of Mrs. Bur- bank's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pesha, St. and wi~ other relatives In this vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Still and son Morton were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Rose urkoski in Beach Sunday: Harry Hill was a caller at t~e E. A. Stoddard home Wednesday after- noon. Mr. and Mrs. T. J. C, axnroth of the Golva community have been busy during the past Week moving to their new home on what was farmerly known as the Albert Meyer farm. ONLY TWO DAYS LEFT to get in on that $1.50 special subscription offer to the News. So do it now-- renew today, Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Gross arrived by car from Oregon last wee~ fo? a visit at the home of the latte,"s sis- ter, Mrs. Godfrey Pesha. Mr. and Mrs. Gross were recently married, Mrs. Gross being the former Edna Lutz who spent several weeks :ast winter visiting at the home of her sister here. Following a trip, which took them thru several states on the west coast, the newlyweds drove to the Pesha home. and from there they plon /to go to South Dakota. where they will make their future home. The many friends of Mrs. Gross m this community join in extending con- gratulations too her and her husband. .Mrs. Jack Farra and son of Beach were visitors at the Norman Stedman home Wednesday afternoon. Floreuce Stedman who accompanied them from Beach remained at her home. Godfrey and Jerry Pesha left Beach Saturday morning for Fargo and pos- sibly other eastern points. They have accompanied a stock train. Miss Elsie Pesha who has been era- i ALPHA'S ANNUAL We have made a special effort to stock a fine assortment of Masks and Novelties ployed at the home of her brother, Joe $or the past several weeks re- turned to her home Thursday evening to spend a short time there. COME IN EARLY OR HAVE YOURS LAID AWAY CONGREGATIONAL CllqffRCH I FOR S~190 head of 3-year~,old W. C. Boyd. Pastor [ ewes. H. H. Hub~le, Beach. 2-3tp I Sunday school 10:30 a.m. I IX~T--Black and white spotted Morning service 11:00 a.m. I Shetland pony. Been gone about three, Sunday school and morning service] weeks. Please notify Knute Farstveet, will be combined with a Rally Day Beach 2-2t program. FOR SALE--One air circulating coal burner heating stove. Inquire News office. 2-2t Sentinel Butte Morning service 9:30 a. m. Sunday school 10:00 a. m. WANTED--~irl to help with house- work. Good wages, Sunday off. Mrs. Ella Coutts, Beaoh.Phone 52-J or 131. 2-it Medora: -Sunday school I0:00 a. m. Preaching service 3:00 p. m. Good eating in the good old days ltearty dishes that were served in 1814, when James Madison was Presi- dent. Also prize winning recipes in the Housewife's Food Almanack, that un- usual feature appearing in the Ameri- can Weekly, the magazine distributed with next week's Sunday Chicago Herald-American. CLASSIFIED ADS FOI~ SALE--Household furnishings including fully porcelained range. Mrs. Win. A. Moyer, Beach. 2-2 FOR SALE-- 1934 De Soto, over- hauled this spring. Will sell for $140 cash. Inquire at News Office. WANTED,--Girl or -~W--oman tohelp 0 with house work. Phone lS-F13 for par ticulars. 49-tfc FOR SALN--Ground barley, oats and wheat, $1.25 per cwt. Custom ground corn and cob 15e per cwt. E. D. Logan. Beach. 25-tf |~ HERE'S A REAL BUY--For sale, an 8 ram. Cine movie camera, practically new, used very little, with GM ex- posure meter, also a tripod, and fine leather cases for camera and exposure , meter. $60 cash will take it, if you hurry. Inquire at News office, l-ff ENJOY A GAME OF POOL OR A FRIENDLY HEART GAME AT LEO'S RECREATION ROOMS "Where you'll always find good fellowship" Formerely known as the Basement Pool Hall US SAVE MONEY ON FURNISHINGS If you are interested in a new Bed- room Suite, Parlor Set, or Mattress Come in and let us show you our catalogue of latest styles and shades YOU ' O] Mae serv, eldi sol BOB SAYS-- III II EVERYONE EARNS SOME MON- EY-NO ONE EVER GETS ENOUGH---FEW HAVE ANY IN OLD AGE. The secret of success is saving some of what he gets--the desire for a man to guarantee his debts and return income to his family, inspires him to save in Life In- surance .... which does return him income in old age. Robert T. Coutts Supervisor Dickinson Agency , Beach, N. D.I 52-$ See Us For Heaters, Antifreeze, Frost Shields and other Winter Necessities WHY NOT CHANGE THE GREASE IN THE TRANSMISSION AND DIFFEREN- TIAL NOW, AND BE READY FOR THE FIRST COLD SNAP MOTOR CO. BEACH,: N. D. PHONE 10 ! BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA ! 1940 DODCE , I-IALF ToN PICKUP 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER SEDAN " II SOME GOOD YOUNG BUCK SHEEP ONE 4-DOOR V-8 FORD SEDAN 1928 CHEVROLET, GOOD BUY A NUMBER OF NEW AND USED TRACTORS SEVERAL GOOD HORSE CULTIVATORS SINGLE AND DOUBLE ROW ONE FORD V-8 PICK-UP. A Good Buy! One Good White Faced Bull C. C. Clark, Mgr. Beach, N. D. I