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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 20, 1941     Golden Valley News
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1941 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS ...... /, ,r PAGE SUND Y, NOV. 23rd Music by GIL JENSEN CAFE - FRIENDS MEET TO EAT"' Coach an,t Mrs. Vie Hllden i~,ft las; ni~.ht to 5De:td th~ Ti~anksgiving va- ,~n ".~i:h ).It-;. ttila.:< ':~ parents at K!Ildeer, N. Dak, Miss Eeanore Braun ~CC011ipait[Cd [heli! as iar as Dickin- s(:,n az~d~lonl" there will go oil tu Mott to ~,p~-nd Thantcsgiving day at her p2re,utal l-~ome. Thanksgiving Turkey Mr. and Mr.~. Gi, m WoK and family spent Sunday at Glendive and while th~re, both Mr. and Mrs. Wolf en- joyed an airplane ride m~zr the~Bad- lands with Mr McCaffery, Manager ot the J. C. penney store of that city. N~" I'?. , ,Nor~hrup retllrhed Sunday H. J. I~arby of Wibaux, Mont., was evening from Black River Y~alls, Wise. a Beach v',sitor the f:rst of laJt weei and otht~r points in the state where and while he:,e informed the News he has spent the past month visiting ,ha~ he plans on leaving soon for relatives and old time Iriends. Mr. Seattle. Wn.. where he will spend the Northrup accompanied a carload of winter with his sons who are located livestock to the Twin ei:i,~a when he DON'T THROW AWAY THAT OLD MATT- RESS WHEN IT CAN BE MADE OVER AS GOOD AS NEW, AND STILL SAVE YOU 50 PERCENT YOUR MATTRESS WILL BE COMPLETELY RENOVAT- ED, REBUILT AND PUT IN FIRST CLASS CONDITION i~ ~, ':here. Mr. Darby also had his name went down. MY IS GUARANTEED ...... at .ur ddod the u soriptio .uane in, ot son of Mr while in Beach that day. and Mrs. Junior Schulz has been r *Irs, H. J. Reisland of Missouh, somewhat under the g~.~ther the pas wo. o. t,,oo .oo CURT'S SERVICE SHOP i a gu.st of Mr and Mrs Mon Stone , -" _ .: ' . .... : :, . Art Mogle was a Olendive visitor OLD HOME STYLE WAY------ {;~jdJfnneiteUOjten vaz,ey aotez mr an last Saturday going up and back byBeach, North Dakota [i The Frank'Kl~ss family x~Cho have bus. _ ....... I __.J I ........ ,AXl .... : TABLE OR BOOTI! SERVICE ! iresided on a farm southeast of Beach Mr. and Mrs, Nloon ~mnls ana lauDy .... __.___ I - of Terry Mont. were weegena guests , r, nnw by, n,. ,,nth T-T,a,,,,, ,~,,,~i :ever~[.mi~.es.n%rthea~[eof..town.havl~ a the Earl Miller home in this city.! Food In Beach , ~mo,~d| -~Saturday Of last week. ' ...... - I If Miss Alice Gunderson went to her I!hOme at I.~rson, N. Dak. last week where she is visiting at her parental Gil Jensen and ................ ~ ~ E.C. Moran of Medora ~ a Beach ,Mr. aria Mrs. l-l~rolo ~m~m, ~xuL~ business vl~r Thursda*--' ...... ...... v-lt ~ # ut ~ wee~. rm-m ~nyd~tl aria ~uy Cox were m "l IMIrs. Olarence Overstad ~nl,',~ o.,. ooun , His Radio Players .... ,. I have purchased the junk yard for- ~everal new Fluerescent agn~ z -i where she will sm~nd ']['l'~nk~vln~ ture~ have been installed ~t the Dick- Mrs. Goodman an-~l son---~d--"~--n" -'/ family Inson DI~. store during the pest week. i several deys here visiting arab; :present on stage Poiv and Sons Overstad home. Mr. and Mrs. Arvld Abraham and LENA RIVERS merly owned by Joe Where ~ Ol~r~ Moyer and "Ena~tch'' Hoeck It llhell- were Sunday dinner guest~ at the ~Junior Schuis home In this cry. Wlb~ux Bert Palmer and Geo Oech are both in Beach par- driving new Nash sedans which they Khe will purchased from the HalsteadOor- l:l~inson poraglon during the past week. : C. C. Clark was a, business visitor d four in the Twln Cities for several days evening leaving here last Snduay morning by dinner train and driving back a new Olds his birth- 8 cylinder sedan, arriving hem Tues. the dinner A number of Beachites were OoWa cards, visitors last Sunday where they took in the dinner and bazaar sponsored Will me~ at the by the Cathqllc Ladz~s aid soclely. daughter Mary Ellen and Mr. and M~s. John Barkland were Sunday guests at the Ernest Barkland home I in the market am now for north st of town. men aL the afternoon ~t the coal mine getting their winter's supply of eoel. i o HIDES, PELTS, FURS, METALS, RAGS and Mrs anda, and en[mei Butte daughter left yesterday for We will '---ouy sKUnKS,'- '- whole or skinned lit'tie Minneapolis where they will take in M N 24 i" :"" "-, ,-, Minne f .ll on., ov. H GHI SI MAItKEF PRICES on S.t.r y and from there wm WILL BE PAil) go on to Omaha, Nebr. to spend "I~anksgiving. and a vacation with Mrs. Thoml~onN mother, Mrs. Win. Free dance to all Will be at yard, day or night at which Kenneth Piper, WPA engineer for Burhans. ~tli~is area was ~ Peach ca"~" coming Bob Jones and Art t~llermoe .~0enti Up from Dickinson las' :l';ur,'tav t3ilast Sunday in the Westerhetm corn-! show atrons - - ' ..... " er s 'in ' t ~ks ! munitv hunting coyote. The boys p Mes- I moz alter ,he w]-,a pr, J .:, , - ~eon~munity [didn t get a chance at one that day and guests of~ Ted Kurkowski, who for the past but are in hopesof having better several years has be~.n empoved at luck in the future. home m the Gol(ten Valley I-ta__rvester "Co. is .................................. ~,,, lay Mes- i i aan Ska- now employed at" the Sawyer Har~- ~t were!Ware taking the place of Russell Sor- he a~r" ! ensen wh expects to a~wer a call ING d a dain-i frcm Lh? Lockheed-Aircraft Corpora- " =" h(xste~s. ]t%n oI Burbank, Calif. Llr. ~ore.~n expects to leave abOut December lu: 2nd ANNIVERSARY SALE -- WATCH-- -- FOR-- -- AD-- recently, oo-zd i of the is a and Mrs. Celebrated for his new work. Mrs. M. L. Walker and brother "Hub" Schmidt and Mrs .Clarence Overstad were Bismarck visitors last Thursday. Fred Speigelberg was a buslne~s visitor in Glendive Wednesday of last week, ' NEXT WEEK--- A Christmas Shopping Opportunity t: ,t : -I November Only to shon for that most ifts---vour Photor, r, nh r we will give one free with each doz, n .nhat-o r gh in December) I DRO F ii TABLES ......... $4.35 ............ $5.35 JUST UNPACKED! A NEW SHIPMENT OF FLEUR DE LIS RAYON PRINT / In line with Holiday Doings Sparkling, fresh rayon prints to brighten up your Holidays and carry you into Spring. Wear one to greet your guests on Christmas morn. or present one proudly to the favorite on your list. SIZES" 12-,14 i i / $5.00 "U lit Beach, North Dakota FRIDAY- SATURDAY Saturday Matinee at 2:30 p. m. "MANHUNT" CAST: WALTER PIGEON, JOAN BEN" NETT, GEORGE SANDERS, JOHN CAR" RADINE. A story in Bavaria later deals with R. A. F. in England. Comedy and News Sunday- Monday- Tuesday MATINEE SUNDAY AT 2:30 P. M. "ADVENTURE IN WASHINGTON" CAS_-. HERBERT MARSHALL, VIRGINIA BRUCE, GENE REYNOLDS. A 4-A Picture Comedy Wednesday- Thursday "IN-THE NAVY " CAST: BUI) AIIBOTT, LOU COSTELLO, DICK POWELL, THE ANDREWS SIS- TERS, CLAIRE 1)ODD, I)ICK FORAN. An Abbott, Costelio comedy that is sure to please. Bring family. Comedy CHAIRS ........... $1.25 DECK SPRING .. $14.50 values TMrsday, , and Saturday Better Because We