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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
October 28, 1943     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS BUTTE Dorothy Loveil, Cor. SALE---26 ! 100 pounds. ~FOR 8ALE--Used quire at News office, J W'~'~TEIN--Mee~c and welder Willing to learn. Delo Logan, Beach. 52-tfc WANTF.A)---An afternoon cook at Doerner's Cafe. Good, wages. ' Apply at Cafe. 5-4tc FOR SALE--Royal Typewriter rib- Mr. bous. Golden Valley News family office. 5-tf home Mrs. WANTED TO BUY---Corn in field, day and and Mrs. Fred Reinholtz shoppers Saturday. Inga Carlson was a Sunday Wm. Scherle home. ;. Wm. Scherle was a guest ~,lma Rink home Sunday. and Mrs. Byron Hogobobm family drove out to the M. B. boom fgrm at Alpha Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer R0st 'and Bonnie were Beach shop- Saturday. Mrs. K. H. Braaten and son Hat- of Belfield were Sunday guests John Sanders home. George Gerbig of Belfleld visited the Mary Lehman home on FOR SALE---Hampshire boar pigs Larraine Pendleton spent weekend in town working at. telephone office. Misses Mary and Betty Arm, spent the weekend at their suitable for picking. T. E. Hud- Brown home. son. 5-tfc Mrs. Charlle BolT~I returned Sat- urday night from Mfl,~nesota' after having been called thert~ by the and Red Poll bull calves. Henry illness of her grandfather. _~ - Strt~m, Beach. 5-2tp Little Gerald Bohn, wh~o was FOR SALE---One 1939 Ford coach operated on for appendict~s on in good condition, good rubber. Thursday night, is coming ~or.- _ ota Implement Co. 5-1tc fine. %- Mrs. W. R. Campin left Wedn~s, FOR SALF,--Several pieces of fur- day afternoon for St. Ignat~tm niture at the Methodist parson-Mont, to visit her daughter f~r a~e,. Beach. 5-1tp some time. ~-----RSSALF,--Registered Duroc Jar- Mr. and Mrs. Nick Maus arid Mr. and Mrs. Matt Decker were sey males. See or write Jerome Sunday visitors at the GregOry Swan, Beach, N. Dak. 5-2tp ii. Decker home. R SALE.--1940 Chevrolet sedan, Mr. and Mrs. Ahlberg of l~ort good rubber, $1,100. Sam John- Peck visited at the Clyde M~ers ~Beach. 5-1tp home from Thursday evening t~ntil LOST~Hubea, p for 1939 Chevrol:t. Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dorothy Hess, Ken~neth Leave at News office for rewa Wosepka, Joan Orstad and Fr~kie Jan Begger. 5-1tp Kreitinger were Sunday ~2inner guests at the Helen Hovla~ home. OR SALE---Man's heavy duty S-Sgt. Johnny Jo~"ar~v~ ~cycle, balloon tires, $35.00. S.A. home Friday night, tom Arizona ~onnstone Beach 5-1tp to spend a sh0t/t.~furlough with his HOUSE FOR SALE--to be mov~l~ wife and/.]~nts $200.00. S. A. Johnstone,Beach. ~,,~.~,.~ud Boisen arrived here on N. Dak. i 5-1tp Monday morning from his camp OR SALE---1925 Model T Ford Mrs. Elmer Rost and Bonnie Were Ollie visitors Mrs. Ben Malls and at the Clyde Myers Fisher was a Fri- caller at the truc~ laalr tires. Joe Dobrow- ski, Beach. 5-2tp OR 'SALE--40 Whltetaee calves 12 YOUng cows and heifers; also 2 year old Steers. Chester Ga~o, Trotters. 5-2tp ~S~'ST~-A~A large brooch pin. Finder Please leave at News office and receive reward. Mrs. Butterfleld, Beach. 5-1tc FARM FOR SALE~160 acres of Unimproved land. Paul E. Sim- n~ons, Box 1654, Jamestown, N. Dak. 5-Ztp FOR SALE---Registered Shorthorn bull, 4 years old, wt. about 1700. Write or see Halvor Dahl, Wi- baux, Mont. 5-2tp ~R~Man's all-wool over- coat, size 42-44. Like new. A bargain. Inquire at News office, Beach. 4-tfc FORe--From 300 to 5000 healthy lambs. Have been dOC- tored for worms and run in corn fields. Will sell any number. Abe Tennan% Wibaux. 3-3tp AINED OFFICE HELP needed urgently. Enroll at Interstate BuSiness College in Fargo for NOvember 1st term. Write for catalog. 3-3tc brow. and 1 bald face, 1 white gelding. Can have for payment of this ad and damages. Floyd Bosser- n~an. Golva. 5-1tp t BED PIANOS---Reconditioned and GUaranteed. We have a large e~xaent of fine Fianos--good stealdard makes. Prices from $115,00 up. Dickinson Music Bhop, Dickinson, N.D. I-4tc it SA~E-.19~ Olds six sedan, easy on gas. Good rubber and ~ t, reeently overhattled. New and battery, ~OI1 filter, terized. Inquire ~at N~, in Seattle, Wash. to visit several around here for a week or so. Miss Oladys Pendleton had den- tal work done in Beach Saturday. Several people attended the dance at Bonnie View Saturday evening. Mrs, Arthur McGill and children of Priest River, Idaho came Sun- day to spend some time with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. Golds- berry. Capt. James E. Goldsberry came Wednesday from Kessler Field, Biloxi, Mississippi, to spend a few days at the parental J. Goldsberry home. The Farmers Union held their monthly meeting at the Town Hall Saturday evening A program fol- lowed the business meeting, after which dancing was enjoyed by all who attended. A delicious lunch was served by the members. Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bury made a business trip to Dickinson on Thursday. Mrs. Milton Ziebarth, Catherine Susa and Maphalda Fasching at- tended a teachers meeting in Beach Friday. Mrs. George Oldis and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Nunn and family, Maurice Hogoboom and Robert Sonnek were Beach busi- ness callers Friday. were Mr. and Mrs. George Wo- sepka and Mrs. T. A. Wosepka of Garner and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mogle and Maurice Goldfine of Beach. Mrs. Norma Martin was hostess to the members of the Study Club and two guests Tuesday evening. Four tables of bridge were in play. Mrs. Florence Smith received high \ prize for members and Mrs. Lenore Smith received second. Mrs. Helen Hovland was awarded guest prize. A tasty lunch was served by the hostess. ~Y- [i= =ALPHA=NEWSl Mr. and Mrs. Norman Nellermoe went to Beach on Monday. The stomach flu seems to be making the rounds in our com- munity at present. Miss Cora Grunewald injured her left foot quite badly one day last week, when she slipped and fell in her kitchen. Mrs. Chester Gasho and children are making a pleasant visit at the home of her father and other relatives, north of Bismarck. The Ladies Aid met with Mrs. The Misses Clara Skaar, Joyce Fred Wassmann Thursday with a Snow and Hazel Vinquest attended very good attendance.: The next meeting: will be with Mrs. Daisy Wassmann November 18, for dinner. Mrs. Rozina Fasehing and child- ren of Beach were overnight guests of Clarence Fasching Saturday and attended the shower at Golva Sunday. Quite a few from the Alpha community attended the shower in Golva Sunday for Mrs. Raymond Faschlng a n d Mrs. Clarence Fasching. 1~, and Mrs. Brockmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. John Irons and family and Bill Carew, A1 and Warren Irons and Edith Carew were Sun- day dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carew. Pearl Kirkpatrlek, Reporter I Mr. und Mrs. Bud Haigh left for Washington Thursday. James Lorenz returned horn{ from Seattle, Wash. to spend two weeks visiting here. Axel Nelson left Thursday morn- ing for California, where he plans to spend the winter. Geo. Rising has been making trips to Olendive the past week for medical care. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartse and Edna returned from Wolfpoink Monday night. Mrs. Larsen, Mrs. Schmitz and Mrs. Val were those who worked at the ration board the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Nistler are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Wednesday of the past week. A lovely shower was given for Mrs. Sada Fasching and Mrs. Edith Fasching Sunday afternoon. Many lovely gifts were received by both. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Madison are the proud parents of a baby girl, born Wednesday night of the past week. Fern White, daughter-in-law of Jim White, left for her home in Oregon Wednesday, after spending some time visiting here. Mrs. Dick Riggs left for her home in Fargo Friday after a short visit here with her father, Matt Zlmmer. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Peterson left Saturday for California, where Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner were six o'clock guests at the A1 Wosep- Homer Madison and Mr. and ka ranch Sunday. Other guests Mrs. Vaientincia and children made a trip to Glendive to visit Mrs. Madison Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartse have received word of the illness of their daughter, Ethel, at Wolf point, Montana. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Faschlng and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nistler and fam- ilies of Wibaux were Sunday din- ner guests at the Louis Fasching home. Word has been received here of the death of A. Bobiney of Detroit. Mich. He is the father of Mrs. Geo. Rising and Stanley Bobiney of Golva. Mr. and Mrs. John Tschida and Anita, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schou- and Delores, Mr. and Mrs. Majerus, Mrs. Frank Kreitinger, and Mrs. Johnny Fischer and Theresa were among those who made trips to Bismarck the past week. Golva High School gave a Hal- loween party Thursday night. Prizes were given to Helen Bar- thel and Dorothy Wosepka Hess for being the best dressed and to Eunice Boehlke for being the fun- niest. The evening was spent in playing games and dancing. A delicious lunch was served and everyone enjoyed a good time. ~.v_ TR0 r SNEWS _= 77 ? ?o?; =! Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Johnson were Beach visitors on Thursday P. M. Ray. Kenney spent Saturday re- pairing our church organ. Mrs. A. W. Voyen returned last week from Custer, Mont., where she vlslted a sister. Mrs. Ralph Mosser visited her mother in Grand Forks for about two weeks and joined her husband at Bismarck last week, returning home with him. Art Underwood and John Benson were supper guests at the Andrew Kohner home Thursday evening. Maurice H0gOboom returned from Blsma~MThursday evening, where he~ attended the stock show. Mrs.~. Donald Nurm has been spending the past week with Mrs. Harold zlebarth. Henry Wiikens has been repair- ing buildings at the Henry Smeby farm the past week. The next Bible Study meeting will be with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brockmeyer Friday evening, No- vember 5th. Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fasehing and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the Louis Fasching home in Golva. Mrs. Otto Johnson and Mrs. Karnes Johnson visited at the Leighton Nunn home Wednesday afternoon. office, Beach. 5-tf ST---From section 15, 8 miles north of 'Sentinel Butte, 10 steers and one heifer branded DJ on right hip. Have been gone for two months. Will pay $5.00 per head for return. S. A. Johnstone. ~ Beach. ._.__ ~ 5-1tp PERMANENT WAVE, 59c. Do your own Permanent with Charm- KUrl Kit. Complete equipment, including 40 curlers and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely harmless. Praised by thousands including ~ U~e Lang, glamorous movle star. oney refunded if not satisfied. ; ~O~tward Brothers Drug Store, Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur White re- 51-10tp turned home Thursday evening ~ after a shorfbusiness trip to For- " ' I sythe, Mont. i It %a~a~ girl informs us ~t .Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Drewniak to ~ -axnencanism has anytPdngland Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fasch- ~ ~o With the frying pan, she lag were Be business 'uoean-- - _ . J. ~ ~tch callers i ~ wan~ anything to do with it.'] Monday. i ' ~e" teachers' meeting in Beach on Friday afternoon. Mrs. J. E. Metdalf is caring fc~ the Cecil Metca!f baby while Mrs. Cecil Metcalf is a patient in the Beach hospital. Mr. and Mrs. P. V. Moore took their daughter Carol to Beach on Monday morning and Mrs. Moore had dental work done. Since most of the threshing is completed, the men are thinking about getting up their coal and some are busy at that job already. The first real snow storm of the season arrived on Wednesday. It snowed quite hard all day, but we're having fine weather again. The Scandia Ladies Aid of Skaar will hold a bazaar at the Skaar church parlors on Saturday, No- vember 6. Everybody welcome. Miss Joyce Snow and her pupils will present a Halloween program at the C. S. School on Friday eve ning, October 29. There will be a basket social after the program. Mrs. Norman Neilermce and Mrs. D. E. Kenney will entertain the Willing Workers at the church par- lors on November 3. There will be election of officers on that day. Mrs. P. V. Moore has received a letter from Corporal Nels-Nelson stating that he is in a hospital but he gave no further information. We surely hope his condition is not serious. After eight weeks of drilling for a well, Moores finally have one which they hope will be satisfac- tory. The well drillers, Kenneth "' Thompson and his assistant did the,. work and will now return to Cd~n Oisons to drill a well. Mr. and Mrs. l~ty Tasker and children stayed at the George Tas- ker home during the recent cold spell and snow storm. They had taken the door out of the house: in which they are now living and put it in the house into Which they will soon, so they were unable to keep warm. While hauling a load of flax to Beach on Thursday morning, How- ard Kammerer did considerable stiding around on the slippery road, At House Creek the truck slid around and nearly went into the ditch. He went back to Nor- man Nellermoe's for assistance and Norman pulled the truck back onto t~e road with his tractor. A very large crowd attended the they plan to make their home for bazaar at the church parlors on the winter. Saturday when the members of Miss Elsie Ekre was a Golva Webbs Willing Workers served a caller Wednesday to see about the delicious and bountiful chicken registration for Ration Book 4 dinner. Although several members here. t of the aid were absent this year, Mr. and Mrs. John McPhee and i those who were present carried on family and Mrs. Susie McPhee of I faithfully and the bazaar was a Montana are visiting at the home!grand success. The ladies on the of Dunk and Flora McPhee. dinner committee deserve much Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Fischer and credit and all members and non- Loretta spent Sunday at the home members who helped are to be of Mrs. Fischer's sister-in-law, Mrs. thanked. We wish to thank all !John Kenpenich of Vim. who in any way helped to make this annual bazaar such a success. The proceeds, as always, will be used to carry on the work of our church. V SPECIAL SERVICES Next Sunday, October 31, at the Congregational Church, Rally Day and Harvest Day Festival services for scholars and their parents will be held at 10:00 A. M. Harvest Festival services at 11:00 A. M., Fellowship dinner following at the church parlors. Members and friends kindly bring ?our eats. Gifts of fruit, vegetables, canned goods, etc. will be gratefully re- ceived, and they will be retained for sale at the annual bazaar. Just in~ Watches Diamonds Fresh Box Candy BUTTE DRUG QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptms of Distress Arlelng from STOMACH ULCERS Doz,O EXCESS ACID FreeBooklrelis of HomeTreatment that Must Help or it Will Cost You Notbin~ Over two million bottl~ of the ~ILLARD TREATMENT have been sold for relief of symptoms of distress arising from Stomach and Duedmal UIc~s duo to Excess Aeld-- Poor Dilestion, Sour or Upset Gasslnemk Heartlmrn, lll@~plm~_, ~:! duoto i~:ess Acid. Sold on 1~ days ~r*~l Ask for .'WIIlard's Message" whica g~Y ezpla~ this trestmenr,--4rm----at SLEIGHT'S CITY DRUG BEACH, N. D. PAGE FIVE This ?ould be about, the right t!_me of the I year ~for .?cond~ioning your,?ld tractor. I ' I Our?:n, Mr: S. B. __Pete:son, will do the job. i l BE 1ADHAKOTA |MPLEMENT CN0:AK." ! This should be about the right time of the year Yor reconditioning your old tractor. Our man, Mr. S. B. Peterson, will do the job. We have the Skill and the Experience! Mr. Farmer.' Globe Hog Tonic Powder Mineralized Contains 50% Bone Meal It Will Pay You to Use a Good Tonic SLEIGHTS CITY DRUG BEACH, Notice'. In order to comply with the hour regulations for our employees for the winter months we are obliged to follow these store hours EFFECTIVE OCTOBER 25TH 9 A. M. to 6 P. M. Including Saturdays BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA ii BEACH LIVESTOCK MARKET Beach Stock Yards Friday and Saturday October 29th and 30th The hog market in St. Paul has made erratic changes during the past week. An over-run of lightweight hogs has caused the market to drop about $2.00 per cwt. However, I am prepared to pay all the market will stand upon delivery of all hogs, up br down according to the terminal markets. 140 to 180 LB. HOGS, $11.40 to $13.10 ~1 Price according to weight and killing qualities, 180 TO 200 LB. HOGS, $13.10 200 TO 260 LB. HOGS, $13.20 ~: HEAVIER WEIGHTS, $13.00 to $13.10 SOWS. 400 lbs. down, $12.90 SOWS, 500 lbs. and up, $12.80 to $12.90 STAGS, 70 lb. dock, $12.80 to $12.90 You'll Always Get A Square Deal With--- JACK BALLARD Beaeh, North Dakota Phone 40