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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 20, 1941     Golden Valley News
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~tm==...=.,.-- THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS WED.. NOV. 26th That is the real Music byCHET GRIFFIN AND HIS DIXIE LANDERS OF GLENDIVK They're Good! ii i~ t t M~ss Beverly Erickson, daugl~r of monst~ation agents also has been glv- ~Ml'.~'and Mrs. Lewle Erickson has be-~nling Valuable assistance in furthering /]1 the put few days with a touch of the program. the flu. Under the community school lunch Roger, son off Mr. and Mrs. Jack program, nutritious American farm is a pe~ent at t~e Beach food products are purchased by the ~mzpStal where he is 'suffering withi Surplus M~trketing Administration of ~ I l I | , centrated soup. In addition such I I I Cll001 LllllCll ]commodities as houey, raisins,' pean,lt Unioll Wash., after a bell day visit CARD OF TIIANKS Sweet ,, . . ;but er, cann, d paro s and i,e Oeo. --- ~]ht'lll'ft |_'~llrtllilo';and concentrated lemon juice, with Wright home. We take this meatus to express [ JIt~LUtF ~t-lwallllllv other miscellaneous fr~lits and vega- Mrs. John S. l:~.thburn and sons t,ta'lanks and appl,eciation i~o F~ APPLE CIDER __ tables, will be availabi~ intermittently are picking corn at the J. E. Cook Hake, Lhe choir and the many n' The community School Lunch Pro-iduring the school year, according to farm. burs and friends for the manY Mr. and Mrs. Matt Brown and of kindness and expressions of syt gram hotin NorthlunqhcsDakotafor 13.877is providingschool thelunchProgramauthorities.Set-up by national school childreI~ attended church at Sentineli thy, in our recent hour of sorrow. 9C daily Butte Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. M~th childI,en in 307 schools, it is reported and ga'onn ~y state welfare authorities. This re- L~i tuelllL*V~-|- per port, based on September particip:t- tion, indicates an increase of mop~ than 9,000 children receiving daily hot Mrs. Albert Allen, daughter Alleen Bring Your Own Jug lunches,compared to September of and son Junior left Friday mornm~ 1940 for Brainard, Minnesota in response . . . . i to a telegram received Thursday that Schoollunch offmmls expect partlel- _ _F ....... -ation of North Dakota in the School i ner morner was sermusiy m, aue m " f .......... i a stroke Mrs Allen and children ac- ~.unch ~-rogram in me l~l-a2 SChOOl, .'_'_ " , .... " . ,.. t.^ ^.. ' ...... n [ coml:mnleu rclr .aria Mrs. donn ~erg LOCALSI - --#=z~r ..... rlslGeraoiy greater l~lla ...... " . ..... t wno were ctriving vo A~Kin Minn. to in the pas~ year because oi m? m-!.,_,._ ,..., .... ' creased interest in improved nutrition v,~ ~-~.rz. . . . I f n n he Albert Theln has been vxsltlng at - : and national health de e ~ o . t I . tn. part of parents, school authorities and~lthe Ted Cook home the past week Have you been in to see the il- , . runt's Gift Department at the the general public. The NDAC E - m xten He helped pick corn while there drel~a Shoppe? 'sion Service t~rough i~s home de-[ Mr and Mrs. Francis Wright and brother Jamo~, left last Tuesday .for an ear lnfeotton. I the U. S. Department of Agriculture, Saint your Xmas cards while our[ in the open market, and are made are mmplete. Dbn*t wait until avatleble to schools for use in pre- ~ minute. Cards 3 to ZSc. paring hot lunches to provide an ade- Golden Valley News. quate diet for ell children attending. ~I~lo Logan and Howard Wec~erg were Bismarck visitors.last week end. The program is carried out only Tlle 8 month old ~ughter o Mr. dlta~ :c~l cooperation. Each Indlvi-ITHAT REFRESHING BEV- and Mrs "Butch" Nelson has been ill ~ an" pro g~. must 'be orgamz-iERAGE FOR COOL WEATH- the ---" few days but is somewhat~ a sponsorea w~mm the commun- -- ~ " "-- Rin- [ity The school board any civic or] ER--AND WE MAKE IT lmproven a~ mm wr g. " ' ." ............ gaaization PTA and any mothers] RIGHT Mr and Mrs. L~nas t_~ustanoer u~. 0 ' ' t Mont, were overnight gr up may sponsor the program and l ......... m~ts at 'tale Butterfleld home north'me ~urplus Marzetlng Adminlstration~UOme m after me ~now or ior ~,.~"~-"-'~ ,.,-,~^'A ,-~,,-"'"~'* .~.~'~ ,,~-,"t" i through, the cooperation of the State t your afternoon lunch - " ....... with DiPector of Commodity Distribution XMAS CARDK--50 to tne oox l an............ ' " - n -hem for N 25 a ~ocat we~xare aurxtor1~es men pro- ' yoUrGoltlenname prmtea o t ~'*" " I v, ldes the food products which the" COZY CAFE Valley News Twelve members of the Sunday government has available. Night Bridge club enjoyed a 6 o'clock[ At the present time the list includes "Beach's Leading Restaurant" dinner ag Doex~ner's Oafe last Sun-'Prunes, apples, grapefruit Juice and day evening w~th six winners of grapefruit segments, salt pork, lard M.L. WALKER last wir~ter's games being entertained canned pork and beans corn meal, Prop. by ~e six losers. Following $he graham flour enriched wheat flour, boun~ous mDal the members gmthered dried ~eans. enriched cereals, and con- ~ - at ~the Leo Tobias h-me where an ~-- We will be open early Saturday Sunday mornings to supply deer ers with their needs. A large, juicy, Cozy Special, T.bone steak awaits the first hunter return- to Beach with a buck. There .i ing alsobe one for the hunter bringing i the largest buck. CO ZY CAFE "It's Always Cozy At The Cozy Cafe" evening o~ whist was enjoyed. ] Mlss Pearl Harp has returned r,o the Cozy Care as head cook after an ex- tended vacation. Miss Harp started work t.h~re a~ain last week end. Mrs. E. M. Enderle left yesterday for Moorhead, Minnesot~ where she plans to spend the Thanksgiving week end wlt~ her son-in-law and daugh- ter Mr. and Mrs. Don Kow~dewski. ,MI~S. Kal~ McEvoy and son lgoy Bowler of ~ardin, Mum., were Tues- day evening guests at the BuSterfield home north of town. Mrs. McEvoy is a s~r of Mrs. Butterfields. An old-fashioned Thanksgiving din- nor in the Spanish fashion, the way it has been made in Southern Calif- ornia for hundreds of years. Also cream nut rolls, walnut dressing for turkey, roast oysters, and many re- ceipes for delicious dishes in The Housewife's Food Almanack. that un- usual feature appearing in The Amer- ican Weekly, the magazine distributed with next weeks Sunday Chicago Her- aid-American BOB SAYS-- Illl ANY ALL-OUT DEFENSE EF- FORT, TO BE SUCCESSFUL, MUST BE BACKED BY MEN AND WOMEN WItO HAVE HOMES WORTH DEFENDING. LIFE IN- SURANCE, THE ORIGINAL DE- FENSE INDUSTRY, PROTECTS TIlE INDIVIDUAL, WlIILE INDI- VIDUALS COMBINE TO DEFEND EACH OTHER. Robert T. Courts Supervisor Provident Life Insurance Company Dickinson Agency Beach, N.D. Plmne 52-J EXTRA SAVINGS NEWS BARGAINS 29 ============================================== -::--:-::----~-::--- -:-:-~------:-~------:- ::--:::- We are cleaning out all odd lots and sizes NOW so that we may have more room for new Christmas merchandise. _:::--: ======================== 10 PAIR BOYS' PANTS ..... $1.00 EA. 19 MENS' DRESS sHIRTS $1.00 EA. 7 PAIR MENS' PANTS ........ $2.50 EA. 38 PAIR SILK HOSE ............ 19e PR. 23 BOYS WINTER CAPS ..... 35c EA. 14 BXS QUILT PATCHES .... 21c BOX 33 MENS' ATHLETIC SHIRTS 15e ea. 9 ONLY MENS' HATS ....... $1.00 EA. 2 WOOL JACKETS ............ $2.50 EA. 4 ONLY SNOWSUITS ........$4.50 EA. 15 Pr. Women's Fall and 7 Pr. Women's White 3 Only--Ladies Winter Winter Shoes Overshoes Coats $1.00 Pr. 50c $5.00 each Balcony 300 Yards Fast Color 2 0nlY---Sm ll Girls CoatS Percale 2 Only---Snow Suits Small Sizes 14c yard $2.00 each $1.00 each Balcony Balcony $7.00 ca. ;10.00 ca. One Lot--Ladies Sweaters Reduced to 25c each Balcony 6 Pr. Pants---Boys 17 Ladies Slios---Slightly Good for School Soiled 75c pair 33c each Balcony I 12 Only--LADIES DRESSES--Must be cleared- Come early ..... ea. $2.50 Ill I ;15.00 ca. (.