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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 21, 1935     Golden Valley News
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aDePt Sunday at the home. :~ Oldie was in bed several ~ith quiuzy. ~vons ViSited over weekefld at the Gee. Stevens at~he *~-~tuvned to her school Beiflold Monday. Mrs. (tee. Oldie returned IOwa! Wbdaeodayo where they have spent the past two weeks ~iting relatives and friends. ,~Mr~. Jess Grousing was sewing at the Louts Tungsvik home a few days visited his sister, Mrs. Sunday. ~ rs. Harold Oldie and baby d~zhter returned home Wednesday ~m the Benson homo in Beach. ~, A~. White transacted business I Dickinson Saturday. in ~I -Illl 3 I" Ill Westerheim I ~-!~V.7 R. Conboy and Harold Hollar helped David Dtetz butCher Monday. ~dbert Allen is working with his in Beach now but came out over the weekend to spend a with home folks. W.o R. Conboy spent a few d~ys ~vith Mrs. Hollar while Mr. ~I011ar was at the river, *. and Mrs. Clyde Myers have in our neighborhood getting wheat allotment contracts sign. evening they were at Harold Hollm~s. Conboy and DaVid Dietz Sentinel Butte ann Review in this ter, are sorry to learn of the fire ~/~bere, but are glad that it was put ~t Wltk ~e damage. ~i~D~t.n Bush returned from Montana ~here he has been worrfng. Mrs. 'taylor Cook was a caller at Mrs. Rose Hollar's Sunday. fill LUTEFISK 8UPPER :* There will be a lutefisk supper at .t~he Trinity Lutheran church base- knenf, Sentinel Butte, on Saturday, ~ov. 23rd. Prices will be 20c and ~5c, Everyone is welcome. ProCeeds ~I go to buy pews for the church. A Jb~aar will also be held in con- ~mction with the supper: .... Illl , . L. ~I. Cailender b~t week put. chased a new International pick-up, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Ayers were Measautly surprised on Monday se- ining, the' occasion being their sixth wedding anniversary. T, he evening was spent in playing cards and danc- ing, music furnished by Mrs. Houck, Miss Van Eeaton, and Mrs. Ayers. At midnight a fine lunch was served, consisting of salads, sandwiches pickles, cakes and coffee. About 30 guests were present and all report a fine time. Word has been received from La- Crosse, Wis., that Mr. and Mrs. Jack Callahan are the proud Parents of a fine big boy, who came to bless their home Nov. 2. Congratulations to the happy parents. Frank Morrls~came up from the Edge Hill country last Wednesday to deliver a fine saddle horse to his niece, Miss Kregness, who is teach- ing the T. D. school and living with Miss FuLler at the Mike Easton farm. Pete Beeler has taken employment at the Frank Nehls farm. Chester Bargfeld left for his home at Car- lyle i~st Thursday. Bud McCaskey was pleasantly su~. prised by a number of his friends last Sunday, the occasion being his birthday. The afternoon was spent in social activities. At six o'clock a fine supper was served to the guests and the birthday cake caused much merrimemt, as there were two rings imbedded in the cake, but we will not mention the prize winners of the rings. Before departing for their homes" his friends left him sev- eral lovely Kilts in remembrafico of the happw day. Ole Omley, Elmer Franklin and Cecil Metcalf spent Thursday at the Roy McCaskey home, being enroute to Beach with a carload of cattle for Mr. Hodgin. A. P. Doblar returned from La- Crosse last Thursday, and reports that his mother is not imProving as well as she should after her opera- tion. Alex McCaskey is stationed a~ Camp Crook at the CCC camp. llli. -- NOTICE NeWs It'S a wow! It's a scream! What? the plays being put on bY the Young citizens League* on Friday, Nov. 23, at 8:00 p. m. at the Carlson school. Everyone invited. Mr. Doblar has returned home from Wisconsin "where he has been the last two weeks visiting his mothez and relatives whom he has not seen for a long While. Mrs. Joe Schauer and Josephine have been helping Mrs. Chas. Wool- worth this week as she has been ill. " Mr.and Mrs. Tom Johnson and two ,children were callers at the Hobbs home and the Stecker mine Wednes- day afternoon. E. A. Livermore and Floyd Hobbs drove cattle to Beach Thursday to be shipped on Friday. Ray Hathaway and Frank Kannen- berg were callers at the Hobbs and Ernest Barkland homes Monday. Ernest Barkland is busy moving his buildings on the quarter of land he bought east of his place. Mrs. E A. Livermore attended Missionary at Mrs. Theln's Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Osterloth and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs Ostorloth's mother. Mrs. Blue, as also was Mrs. Edwards. Ern Dailey has been repairing Mrs. Edwards' barn which blew down last summer in the storm. Mrs. Buttorfleld and Ward were callers at the Brown place to see Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Youells Wed- nesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hobbs were callers at Mrs. Edwards' Monday, The wheat sign-up meetings were held on Monday, Tuesday and Wed- nesday at the Hobbs home. Joe Hudecek was a caller at the Mike .Easton and B. J. MCDano~~ homes Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Stecker and "sons were callers at the YoueUs home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oswood delivered turkeys to Beach Friday and received a good price for them. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hobbs and children were callers at the J. &. McDanold home Sunday. It was Ev- elyn's birthday and a nice birthday At the regular meeting of the Beach cake was enjoyed. township supervisors on Oct. 28, Leo Nielsen and Ed McGan were there was not a full membership callers at the Fred Robe~tson home of the board and an adjournment while out hunting coyotes. was taken, to meet on the 26th of November, C. H. SMITH, Clerk llll Miss Lucllle Van Eaton was a Dick- inson visitor Saturday. Thanksgiving Foods The letter contracts worked out by the English 11C class have been com- pleted; out of a class of sixteen, eight did A work which shows a commendable degree of work on the part of the class. The eighth grade has decided to put cut another issue of its paper next month and have chosen a new staff. As those with the museum hobby were forced to postpone their pro- gram last Friday because of lack ef time, they have added several more numbers and will give it this Friday. $ $ $ $ An unusual display is on the Bul- letin Board iu the English room. Signe Fosjard, a member ef the English IIR class that is studying "rhe Hot~se of Seven Gables" by Hawthorne, has d r a w n original sketches of Hawthorne, the House o~ Seven Gables, and characters in the story. $ * $ $ Thanksgiving vacation will begin on Wednesday evening, November 27, and continue until Monday morning, December 2nd. $ $ * $ Christmas vac~ation starts Friday, December 20th, and continues until Monday, January 6th. $ * $ * The Northern Missouri Slope Con- ference, which includes Almost, Beach, Belfleld. Dickinson Central, Dickinson Model, Hebron, New Salem, Assumption Abbey, Richardton. Sent- inel Butte, and Taylor high schools, will again sponsor the Junior Play- makers, Declamatory contest, and the Music Festival. This organization has for a number ef years carried out a successful program of school events. It is hoped that the programs wlh be well received again this year. $ $ al I~ Characters are being chosen for the Christmas play "Why the Chimes Rang" which will be sponsored by the Playmakers' club. $ $ $ $ The Junior play will be produced on December 13. , .IP Little Virginia Caldwell has been staying with her aunt, Mrs. Ed Kosh- soy, as l~er mother has been in the Beach hospital with bronchial trouble Raymond Kukowski has been haul. lug sheep to the D. L. Kukowsk! famn, from whence they wore deliv- ered to Beach and shipped. The Big Four community club held its regular monthly meeting on Sat- urday, Nov. 16. At the meeting it was decided to hold a masquerade dance on Dec. 14. one week early and dispense with the regular De- cember meeting on account of the Trotters News ,,, ,m INFANT 8DN DIES It The Wm. Doyle family here receiv- ed word Tuesday that Frank Doyle's four months old son had died at Sidney of double pneumonia. Frank Doyle worked in this neighborhood during the summer and fall and om sympathy is extended to him and his wife in their bereavement. --11-- nearness to Christmas. Mr. and Mrs. Mohardy and child- . II . Dick and Max Kerr were callers at ren are staying at the Hodgin home * _ . Pumnbln Mince Meat Ni~elsen's Saturday evening, during the absence of Mr. and Mrs. Hodgin. Mr. Hodgin left Saturday ! -- ........... llll-~ -- for St. Paul with a car of cattle. He l 2 9~OZ. PACKAGES *@~-~~~-~H~-~ ' ' Garner News NO. 2'/~ CANS ~,-~ I 1 (~.,.~ intends to stop at Bismarck on his , 18.K FANCY z..,~.~l~ I II 7q~, . way back to see his wife, who is in !1 SAiAD DRESSING, CAROL' QT JAR 33 ,~o hosital there. If Mrs. Hodgin ~~~~~ continues to improve until that time Mrs, Stella Geary and little grand- she will return home with hlm. I son, Willis Wright, has been spend- North Union Aid met with , ~ ~ ing a few days with her danghtor, l~t 14 FANCY I1~ ~ &l~t d~ Mrs. Herman Wassmann. i 5UflN I OF, .o.~E. L flU, ,L 5ANb LO.C, Bi. Wassmann was an overnight i" DATES ' J 24 OZl PKI 20'C Saturday.Caller at the Glen Allstot home OnMr. alld Mrs. JOe Strohmeyer, Agnes S~rohmeyer, Alvin Geary, Mr. ; GOff'EE, REO A 3 LBS 49c and Mrs. Fred Wassmann were sup- per guests at the Herman Wassmann home Sunday eve~uing. ...... Andrew Kohler and Daisy Wass- mann were dinner guests at the Ed LUX SOAP 4 25c Sheen home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wassmann were callers~ at the Herbert Babcock CRISCO 3 LB, CAN 63c GO uo.. Mr. and Mrs. Glen All,tot and ~ , ~ ,,, .. . Mary I~e were visiting at the VIc ; HERSHEY'8 Renstrom home Wednesday, Ch colate Mixed Candy Quite a number attended the wheat 0 OLD TYME allotment meeting In Alpha Thurs- $ HALF.LB. PKGS. 2 LBS. day. 25c 23c The Alpha dlos Aid will eet with Mrs. A. J, Ziebarth Thursday ~ ,, for dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Wassmann WHEATIES 80Z PK 11c have moved to the Vtctor Reustrom Turk I farm'for the winter. Vlc intends to , ,, ' "' spend the winter in California. ~ANUTI .... BRITTLEcALIF 2 LBS|LB 22c23C l~ausethe past Week.CaIFred]Mr. fOrandandWass'anntheMrs.EtheIStrahOnGeorgeattendedhaS schoolbeeu haullngstull,ths brldalhUseMrs" R A F FI[ FANCY I shower on Leona Bares Saturday night. 18[( LB, BOX 47 Nick SChlllo called at the Mat ~T .~,,~ Krause home on Monday morning. Several from Garner attended the ~ t ~,~. ~~'L-r'~Vte:n's Bazaar in Golva Wednesday. The .... ~ ~ 2 r~" ~ proceeds will go for the CathollO , ,,. , .... church there. THREE MILE8 EAST AND A -- -- -- -- -- -- 6 lba 35c Velma Babcock entertanlod the Young Folks Card Club at her home HALF MILE NORTH OF Friday evening. Many attended and ---..... large stalk 18c a good time was had by all. A de- BEACH lictoUs lunCh was served at mid. -- large crisp head 10c night. 3ohn lq~nn sgent the weekend with Sat. Nov. 23rd Oran__.~ ~, ~ Grap~ Xr. ~d Z~. men All.tot and vlsltors at the Mat The Mrs. George Clements Wednesday. H. H. Burchette returned from St. Paul Wednesday where he au~ J. R. Andre had taken cattle. Mr. Andre remained a few days to trans. act business, returning on Saturday. [ A. J. Nellermoe, Phil Moore and Bert Sperry took cattle to Sidney last week. When 'they got them to the bridge the cattle refused to cross. In trying to drag some of them across, two belonging to Bert Sperry received broken legs and had to be shot. The cattle were sold to a local dealer in Sidney. Russ McClenhaen ~,nd his mother were business callers in Beach on Saturday. Omleys, errs, Lawhoads and Green- ups took turkeys to Beach Saturday to sell them to the Mandan Co. The W.W.W. met at the church basement Friday with Mrs. Omley as hostess, A wonderful dinner was u THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9-1, served at n~; at~gv whl~l-a bU~I- l~ess meeting was held followed by t~he sale of some things ,thgt _we~-e left over from the regular sale. Hjaln~r Johnson has returned as far as Beach from a year's visit in Minnesota. His health is not much improved, but we hope that the home air will help him and that he will soon be out among us again / Mrs, C. H Callender were to Beach Saturday where she will re- gain'at the Willis Wallace medical care tot awhile. The Scandia L. "A. S. held .mnual dinner and sale at the church parlors Saturday. A crowd turned out to do credit to bounteous dinner for which Scandla ladies are famous. Mr. and Mrs. Lawhead have in Beach the past two weeks and ( not expect to be at Trotters of thetime for two or three " HOW DO YOU MAKE SUCH MARVELOUS CAKE ? # . |i / "EASY~.. ,ust DAKOTA MAID FLOUR" / I IIII [ "Dakota Maid Flour makes wonderful cakes, cookies and ple~~ says Mrs. H. M. O'Bryan of Dickinson. "I gave up experimenting with flours five years ago, and have used nothing but Maid since. My family and friends, too, all say the things I are delicious. I credit a lot of my success to Dakota MakL~5 LOOK FOR THIS EMBLEM ON YOUR GROCER'S DOOR At The Style Shop KNITS-KNITS-KNITS When knit garments are at their best. Bradley, Marinette -- and other garments. IA beautiful Mafinette or Bradley ~ regularly' priced at $23.50 -- now $19.50 Other one or two piece dresses reduced in, pro- portion. See these lovely garments now. See our new metallic hats in aH n~v bright shades. 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