Notice: Undefined index: HTTP_REFERER in /home/stparch/public_html/headmid_temp_main.php on line 4389
Newspaper Archive of
Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 11, 1943     Golden Valley News
PAGE 5     (5 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
PAGE 5     (5 of 8 available)        PREVIOUS     NEXT      Jumbo Image    Save To Scrapbook    Set Notifiers    PDF    JPG
November 11, 1943
Newspaper Archive of Golden Valley News produced by SmallTownPapers, Inc.
Website © 2024. All content copyrighted. Copyright Information
Terms Of Use | Privacy Policy | Request Content Removal | About / FAQ | Get Acrobat Reader

[943" ~eople Ollio ~lartse ~nson Jghter Blll- Lcinlty ,y* homo em- the. ;ained 2turs- d at- was re- We.~.. glad pneu- t the ty. ~alled le in Roger trence- / Thursday, November 11, 1943 THE GOLDEN VALLEY, NEWS m,, PAGE FIVE American Legion Dance, Armistice Day, November l]th Sentinel Butte Community Hall. Good Music and a Big Time Assured. WANT ADS TWO CENTS PER WORD PER ISSUE If you wahl to buy or sell Something: 1 you need help or want a Job, you can gel results from News Want Ads. No ad accepted for less /ban L~c per insertion. A service charge of 25c will be made for '?blind" ads. FOR SALF,--Cornet. See Marvin Swan, Beach. 6-2tp FOR SALE--Girls's new snowsuit. Chas. Purvis, Beach. 6-2tp FOR SALE--V-Marl stationary at the News office. 5-tf FOR SALE---Good steel bed. In- quire at News office. 5-tf FOR SALE~Used waffle iron. In- quire at News office. 2-tic FOR SALE~2 bucks and 100 head of ewes, 3 to 5 years old. Ed Feldmann. 6-2tp FOR SALE~Late model Heatrola, good as new. Mrs. Vic Carlson, Sentinel Butte. 7-1tp FOR SALE---Two good blackface bucks. Henry Hildebrandt, Beach, N.D. 7-2tp FOR SALE--1 Bay Saddle Horse, 4 years old. Ted Wise, Golva, N.D. 7-1tp ALPHA NEW Mr. and Mrs. Pete Jesok called at the Jerry Kouha home Thurs- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Fasching and Wilfred Gamroth motored to Mr. and Mrs. F. Wassman, Mr. and Mrs. W. WaSsman and Jerry, Mr. and Mrs. John Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wassman and Carolyn were in Beach Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs: John Johnson spent Friday night at the Fred Wass- man home. Mr. Johnson left on' Sunday morning for Camp Camp- bell, Ky., where he is stationed after spending a 12-day furlough Beach Monday on business. I with his wife and parents. Mrs. Milton Ziebarth spent theI M-~V~ weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Robert] RED CROSS MEETS Johnson. I " Andrew Kohler took chickensI The Red Cross meeting was held to Beach Tuesday and brought IWednesday evening at 8:00 in the back a new windmill. Court House, with Mr. Tobias act- Barthel School was dismissed on Thursday and Friday while the school was being repaired. Eunice Boehlke, Who is attend- ing school in Oolva, spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Nick Gamroth re- turned Monday from Dickinson after spending the weekend with their daughter and Mrs. Tull. Richard Knopp, Maurice Hogo- boom and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kouba motored to Beach Tuesday. Maurice and Jerry brought back a new car. Marie Ann and Jowayne Kouba, and Lorraine and Erma Knopp came home Tuesday to spend their short vacation at their parental homes. Mr. and Mrs. Gloyd Bury took Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bury to Baker, Mont. Thursday, where they left for South Dakota to attend the ing as chairman. Mrs. R. A. Noyes gaves an interesting report on Home Service. Miss Mattie Thompson, Mrs. Goodwin Thomp- Ison and Guy Cox are the new members that were appointed. Miss Blanche Stevens, general field rep- resentative, was present. ~V~ Many stains can be removed from cloth by sponging with a solu- tion made by dissolving 4 table- spoons of sodium perborate in a pint of lukewarm water. One of the safest bleaches, it will not re- move color from the fabric if rins- ed out rapidly. FOR SALE~My residence, all modern. Susie G. Bryant, Beach, N." D. 7-1tp FOR SALE--I Ramboullet Buck. Harry E. O1son, Sentinel Butte, N.D. 6-2tp CARPENTER WORK of all kinds at reasonable rates. Frank Thei- sen, Beach. 6-3tp WANTED--An afternoon cook at Doerner's Cafe. Good wages. Apply at Care. 5-4tc FOR SALE--Royal Typewriter rib- bons. Golden Valley News office. 5-t FOR SALE--Some cattle; twenty sheep; some feeder pigs. Mrs. H. R. Stedman, Sentinel Butte, N.D. 7-2tp FOR SALEsMan's all-wool over- coat, size 42-44. Like new, A bargain. Inquire at News office, Beach. 4-tic FOR SALE~Four Chester White PUrebred boars from NDAC stock. Charles Bohn, Sentinel Butte, N.D. 6-3tp WHEN IN NEED of an overhaul Job come in an~l talk to our ser- vice man. Dakota Implement Co., Beach. 6-2tc golden wedding anniversary of Mrs. Bury's sister. Mrs. Rozina Fasching, Mike and Sally Fasching and Mr. Milner came out from Beach Tuesday to spend i a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fasching. Mr. Miiner is Mrs. Clarence Fasching's father Mr. and Mrs., Clarence Fasching and A1 Irons motored to Beach and due to the bad roads and heavy rainfall they were compelled to stay in Beach overnight and returned Saturday. Harold Olsen came back with Mr. Irons. GARNER NEWS Mrs. Fred XWasMman, Cot. '~ = Week) ~ (Too Late for Last Bill Marquette was in Beach Friday. John Stull attended the sale at Vince Wicka's on Wednesday. Mrs. Lloyd Wassman and Carolyn spent Saturday and Sunday of last week at the Geo. Wassman home in Beach. Pet. Lloyd Wassman returned home from Camp Adair, Ore. on Monday, after receiving an hon- orable discharge from the Army on October 22rid. Miss Ethel Krause left Saturday FOR SALE--One big young gentle night for Portland, Ore., where she well broke team. Some good is employed, after spending a few milch cows fresh and coming Iweeks visiting with friends and fresh. O. E. Sehallock, Beach, N.D. 7-1tp FOR SALE~Three burner kero- sene stove; 8 x 12 trailer house. May be seen at Frank Netzer place. A. F. LeMire, Beach, , N.D. 7-1tp LOST~About three years ago, one 5 yr. old Whiteface Steer, one Whiteface Cow, branded on left side, M lazy L. $25 reward. Nick Logosz, Gorham, N.D. 6-3tp FOR SALE---Two granaries, one 24 x 26 and 12 x 16 feet; also one two-row corn cultivator with tractor hitch. Ted Wise, Oolva, N.D. 7-1tp FOR SALE -- Modern Heatrola, brown, medium size, good as new. Five burner ivory enamel kerosene stove with built-in oven. Two years old. Mrs. Burns Abernethy. 7-1tp PFJ~NT WAVE, ~c. Do your own Permanent with Charm- Kurl ~it. Ooml~ete equipment, including 44} curle~ ~nd ~poo. Ea~a.Y to do, absqlutely hal:mless. alsed by tho~,'nd~ Inc~d~ June Lang, glam~a~o~us movie st~r/ Money refunded if not satisfied. WoodWard Brothers Drug Store, Beach, 51-10tp CARD OF THANKS May we take this means of ex- tending our heartfelt thanks to the many kind friends for their kind acts and Words of sympathy in the death of our beloved soldier son and brother, whose death was reported from the European battle- front. We especially Wish to thank Rev. Father Hake for his kindness and words of condolence and beau- tiful service. Mrs. Cath~lne Bellmont, Franklin, Harold, Mar~lla, Catherine and Delores. Mrs"Clarence Satre and ~h'~tn~ of Sentinel ~ were Beach shop- Pets Friday ~. relatives here. Several from here attended the danoe given by Mr. and Mrs. Her- man Feldmarm in Sentinel Butte Wednesday night. Several also at- tended the Halloween dance at Alpha Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. John Fakler and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. L. Wassman and Carolyn, Mr. and Mrs. John Stull and David. and Mr. and Mrs. W. Wassman and Jerry spent Mon- day evening at the Fred Wassman home, and also Staff Sgt. and Mrs. lohn A. Johnson, who spent the night there. Just in-- Radiator Alcohol BUTTE DRUG fast relief for Hsedacb~ | Simple Neuralgia, "Monk. [ After", Cold D~m, J Mm~dar Pains and | Acid IndigestioL | k your Druggist~ I IDr. Miles Nervine for.~--'-"~ l Sleepimmness, Ner-~ W~V~llS'J%t I vous IrritabilitY, I wwesyn s~ ~1 Ez~tsbili~ 8rid | X|'~ I Nervous Head-]~ ~g~l~oo~ ~be, Re~d dire~ %/gE'/ffWL///~N B~@c,~your d~t~ q,~t~ ~ I Yltami~ A and D and B- I Complex by takin~ ONE- | ~-DAY (b~and) Vitamia | ~a Tablet~ Economi. | t[ ~l,~onv~d, mt. At I I ]l I NOTICE and that tl~ey get to the school sessions in time. There are six head of sorrel Children should not be allowed horses, 1 bay horse and 1 buck- to stay out for trifling reasons. skin horse in the Delhi Township Youngsters get into a bad habit pound at Emil Kunicks, branded if they are often late at school. H underlined H on right shoulder If they can stay out for non- and one branded A over turned- essential purposes, they miss ira- over A on left shoulder. :mere lessons and may fall behind will be bills posted in Delhi Town- ship of the sale. Emil Kunick. ~V,~ METHODIST CHURCH Beach, North Dakota Sunday, November 14 Services-- Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. Preaching Services at 11:00 A. M. A guest speaker will be present and will preach at the morning service. All members and friends are urged to be present. ~.V.~ HELPING THE SCHOOLS A community should do all it can to aid its schools. Its progress depends in large degree on the kind of work those schools do. Some may ask "What can we do to help schools?" One thing par- ents can do is to see that their children attend the schools prompt- ly and regularly so far as possible, U. S. O. Benefit Dance SAM'S ARCADE GLENDIVE Chet Griffin's Dixie Landers Saturday, November 13 Sponsored by Army & Navy Mothers 50 Couple 10:00 to 3:00 I " In Jewelry-- We Have Some Masterpieces Also Diamonds, Watches, Etc. [H BUTTE JE-WELRY C0.mill SENTINEL BUTTE, NORTH DAKOTA ]l[ in their classes end get low marks. ~--V.~ Contribute to the War Chest! Y _ . = J YOUR HEALTH Specializing in Swedish Massage, Electric Treatments, Infra Red Heat, and Oil of Pine Vapor Baths. Relieves colds, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis, soothes the nerves, reduces overweight. Ed Shenko Mass0-Therapist PHONE 81 BEACH, N. D. I Residence FOR SALE One of the finest residential properties in Beach. Splendid location with sidewalk on 150 foot frontage. Three lots. Shade and fruit trees in abundance. Nine rooms and two baths. Hardwood floors. French doors. Full basement with washroom, coal room and store room equipped with shelving, Fire- proof double garage. SEE B. T. Piesik Beach, N. D., or phone 120R for appointment, Let's A II GoI TO HOLD BAZAAR The Congregational Ladies Aid will have a bazaar and food sale in the office of the Montana- Dakota Power Co. on the afternoon of November 13. Lunch will also be served. V The Beach Woman's Club will meet Monday evening, November 15, at the home of Mattle Thomp- son. AuCtioN Having decided to quit farming and dispose of my farm machinery, I will sell on my farm 4 miles East and 5 miles south of Golva, on Mon. Nov. 14th SALE STARTS AT 1:00 P. M. SHARP Machinery, Tools, Etc. 1 Case Tractor 9-~8; 1 18-inch Case Separator; I 10-foot McCormick Drill; 2 9-foot Single Discs; 1 2-row Corn Cultivator with Tractor Hitch; 2 14-inch Gang Plows; 1 Sulky Plow; 1 5-section Wood Drag; 1 5-foot McCormick Mower; 1 10-foot Sulky Rake; 2 Wagons with Racks; 2 Wagons with Boxes; 1 David Bradley Corn Planter; 1 Single-row Corn Culti- I vator; 1 9-foot Packer; 1 McCormick-Veering Binder, 8-foot; 1 1935 Dodge Sedan on good rubber; 1 Carter Disc Mill; 1 Winner Fanning Mill; 1 International 8-inch Feed Grinder; 1 1 H. P. Gas Engine; 1 Pump Jack; 1 Water Tank; Some Oil Drums; 100 Chickens; 1500 Bushels of Oats and Barley; Some Blacksmith Tools too numerous to mention;. Terms: Cash I MlrS: oMary .Wise, Owner p , "on rs J.L. Tschida, Clerk I I I BEACH LIVESTOCK MARKET Friday. Saturday, Nov 12 and 13 HOG RAISERS TAKE NOTICE Owing to the railroad car situation, it is advisable to call me on Friday morning, telephone 40, before bringing in your hogs, as prospects are that we will not have any cars this week. ~ere is absolutely no demand for FEEDER PIGS at ANY PRICE. TOG HOGS, 200 to 300 lbs. $12.00 to $12.10 190 to 200 lb. HOGS, $11.80 to $11.90 180 to 190 lb. HOGS, $11.80 160 to 180 lb. HOGS, $11.50 140 to 160 lb. HOGS, $9.50 to $11.00 SOWS, 400 ibs. Down, $11.75 SOWS, 400 lbs. Up, $11.50 STAGS, 70 lb. Dock, $11.75 You'll Always Get A Square Deal With-- JACK BALLARD Beach, North Dakota ..... , Phone 40 .@ i