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November 4, 1943     Golden Valley News
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THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEW8 Wed- Frank Kippley, son of Mr. and I UNqENSORED SCENES! spend Mrs. William Klppley, has been ~ sUB- SIGHTS! SEE SAM~! some vtsiUng her parents, moved from~ l~arragut, Idaho toI " Mr. and Mrs. Jandt. Urbana, Ill., for further trainingI Seldom does the average civilian ,,u7 $ ved the Zha an Monday evening from her home Predictions that a shortage in!an actual submarine. This Is es- in Towner and is v~tin~ at the cigarettes Is developing will help lpeclally true during time of war ~of her son, F. A. Shipman. to create one unless the people lwhen the utmost secrecy surrounds Mrs. K. C. Arnees. Mrs. Charles have changed greatly in recent I the Navy's famed undersea fight- Rohrer and Mrs. Albin Jacobson weeks, ling craft. of ~Bismarck attended the funeral Mesdames Ralph Mosser, Leo" However, 20th Century-Fox-- PHON]2 ID' of Mr. (3oldsberry last week, Haigh. Harold Smith, Franklin through cooperation of the Navy Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Schmitz Smith, Scotty Donaldson and Gco. Department.--has brought to the Monday qevening for Seattle Oas spent the weekend in B~- Mary Tcshner started work at ~ftvisit friends and relatives ~or marck. -- ~)oerner's Care this week. Mr. and Mrs. {3. E. Schallock and some time. James Carlson was the victim Frank The~en Just, completed of a light case of pneumonia last f~ visited at the home of Mrs. remodeling the Joe Wetureis home week. He is much better and will Clifford Bartholomew Stmday. and building a new all-c~crete be able to leave for the Army on Rufus Arnold, who hu been on root cellar for Pete Thompson. Friday. the sick list the past few weeks, The Catholic Ladies Guild will Mrs. Mary E. Blue arrived on isMrs.UP andFrs4~aboutM_icheIsagat~returned on sponsor a card party Wednesday, Thursday from Arlington, Ore. to Monday from .:a;tr/p to Portland, November 10th. Progresslve whist visit her son and daughter in Seattle and San ~. and bridge will be played. Beach, enroute to" visit her brother Rev. Fred Norris, district super- in Glendlve. Mrs. R. T. Coutts spent ~ few intendent, will have c~arge of the Members of the Catholic Church d~yS ol last week in Billings, Mont. services at the Methodist Church gave a farewell party Sunday eve- vts~th!g her sister, ning for Mr. and Mrs. Vince Wicks Mr~ George ~ entertained Sunday, November V. Mr. and Mrs. q~ldy Blue have Royal Neighbors at her home Wed- rented the house on the north side nesday eve~. which belongs to A. E. Bobiney Mrs. Julia Kalkman is visiting of Detroit, Mich. with friends and relatives ha Mrs. B. L. Heath of Forsyth, Jamestown. Mont. visited at the home of her at the St. John's Hall. The guests Of honor were presented with a purse. The government, with a stock of more than 200,000,000 pounds in storage, will buy no more butter The in screen in "Crash Dive" an authen- tic picture of actual COnditions aboard a submarine in warthne. Not only does the picture take the film audience aboard a sub, ' ' but it realIstically shows how it operates under combat conditions. Most of the location scenes, for "Crash Dive", which is slated to open Sunday at the Rose Theater. Olendlve, were filmed at the naval submarine base at New London, Conn. Tyrone Power, who stars in the Technicolor picture, worked for days under the expert guidance of Commander M. K. Kirkpatrlck, U. S, N., who acted as technical adviser. Every Inch of the submarine loaned by the Navy was covered qtmhar of Aberdeen, Wash. are RALLY DAY AND HA]~VEST old friends. Mr. Far-HOME SERVICE8 OCT. Sl was supervisor of signals the Northern Pacific railway Last Sunday, October 21st, the eight years, until about (~ongregatlonal Church held its ago, fall Rally Day and Harvest Home In North Dakota rats migrate in services. The Sunday School met [~ Hel- late inll from normal outdoor hid- at I0:00 o~lock A. M., when a .and of were the John & was \ GOLVA, 937 Golva Ridge Roll and Pyro Anti-Free.e:: For Cars and Tractors " mBulk "