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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
November 23, 1939     Golden Valley News
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PAGE 8 l THE GOI;OEN VAI~Y NEWS I I II I THURSDAY, li I I I q NOV. 23rd, 1939 B $EBALL:- BENEFIT DANCE AT qb THANKSGIVING NIGIIT, ENTINEL BUTTE GOOD MUSIC i LOCALS Harold Bellmont has put up a fine ping pong table in the basement of the Reeve building and lOCal enthus- iasts are gettng some fine workouts tk~ere each evening. The New6 is in receipt of a letter te~ng that Mrs. B, alph Soh~te, torm- erlyol Golva, but now 'living at LtncOLu, Nebr,, Is in a hospital there. and,,has, ndergone an operation~ for ~p~endiett~ and tumor. Mr: and Mrs. A. J. G~lman returned ~o Reach Tuesday evenipd~ after a Dlea~mt vava171ol~ ,trip which took them to their old home in Wl~u~dn, ,and on to Crnlc~o where th~ vlldted thel~ ~m Albert and da~hter Mary ,Ethel, Who are attending ~?~ool t~re. They drove back a new Oldsmobile Tommy Hudson and Vernon ~th- atw~, both students at the A. O. in ~l~a~; arrived hm~e by trstn ;Tt~esday .afternon to spend Thank~dving with ~ome folks, Inez Anderson left Ye~y ~fternoon for her home in Gillette, v~g, to spend Thanksslv~. Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Brown spent "Sundsy af~ and evel~lng at the Martin Ktttleson home. l~rank Ray of Dickinson, Tom Pow- er~ of the Powers Hgtel in Fargo. and :Mr. Haney of Denver. Col.. who is eecretary of the Northwest lq[o~ As- ~c~tion, were business vlsltors last Monday evening in Beach. Art Nellermoe and ~ Owendolyn Bsrtho]omew were Dickinson visitors last Sunday, 8oing down to spend the ~day with her brother Dean. who is a estudent at the Dickinson college, Pat McDons~ of Dickinson and J. P. Jordan of Sentinel Butte were in Be~ch Sunday morning. Cub Ernest and his crew of men are CCC BOYS VISIT BEACH The first large group of CCC boys ~rom the camp at Medora visited in !Beach last Saturday evening to tak~ itn the show and to spend several [tmurs in the city. From all reports [%he boys that came to Beach were Iwell behaved in every sense of the word and it is hoped that they will visit here again. IN ACCIDENT Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Dorrance of Erie, N. D., met with an accident west of Beach on highway I0 Monday morning of this week, when they failed to make the turn in the high- i way at the railroad erc~l~ a mtle ~ast of Wlbaux. Mr. Dorrance had one leg broken ~and received a bad gash in his head. while Mrs. Dorranos was Just badly ['shaken up. He is now a patient at the local hospital. I Mr. and Mrs. Dorrance were en- iroute to Sidney when the acldent OC- 1 curred. METHODIST Grant 8- Moore, ~ Sunday School at 10 a. m. Preaching service at II a.m. Epworth League at 6:30 p. m. Choir practice Wednesd_Jy evening at the parsonage. A special meeting under the auspi- ces of the Women's Home Missionary Soolety will be held on Sunday, Nov. 9~,~h. There will be two services. school of Missions in the afternoon at 2:30 P. M. and again in the eve- Ining at 7:30 p. m. Mrs. Cassidy, state ~president of the Womens Home Miss- [ionary Society Will be the speaker at these services. We urge the attend- ance of all the members and friends of the church. There will be special budding a new double garage for C. music in the evening by the c.hol'-. O. Carlson of this city. Work was' We Join In the UnDn Thauksg:-|n- THURSDAY, GOOD TIME NOVEMBER 23 Illl months, has resigned his position. He ing will be held with Mrs. Herman left for Chicago last week. Brockmeyer on D~c. 13th at which Miss Ferguson and Mrs. Shoed were ~ime the annual gift exchange parey Olendive visitors Saturday. will be held. i Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Fasching and Donald Nunn is now employed at amily were seven o'clock dinner yuests the Langdon Johnson ranch. ~of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Larsen Wed- I Karnes Johnson was a business call-. nesday, er in Carlyle Tuesday afternoon. Jessie Oldis, erie McManigal and We are sorry to hear that Oie Knut- mother Mrs. Johnson ~ttended Dorcas son is in the Olendive hospital and is Society at Mrs. Art Underwood's last quite ill. IMrs. Hansen entertained the bridge ,club Friday evening and among those "present were the Mesdames Schaefer, Thursday. M. B. Hogoboom spent a couple of days in Beach at the home of his daughter, Mrs. Goodwin Thompson. r'~l~r~.--, and Mrs. Nick Oumroth and children and Miss Cora Davis spent Saturday and Sunday in Dickinson With Mrs. Oumroth's mother. The Ladies Aid of the U. B. church met Thursday at the H. A. Bury home with Irene Bury as hostess. A fine dinner was served to a large gather- ing of members and friends. The regular business meeting followed. The next meeting Will be held With Mra Oscar Leppla. Ed Wilkins Of Chicago arrived here last week and will spend Thanksgiv- ing with his mother. The Whist club met with Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Kouba Friday night. Prizes ,Sheen, Mattie and the Misses Schaef- I[er, Ferguson, Feasenden and Miller. ALPHA IJ_.~ Mr. and Mrs. Leighton Nunn and Mr. and Mrs~ Otto Johnson went to New England Saturday to attend a lut~sh dinner eerved by the Luth- eran Ladies Aid. AI Irons and Ed Eide transacted buainess in Beach Tuesday afternoon. Alpha Birthday club met with Jessie Oldls Tuesday. Eight member were present to enjoy the fine dinner ser- ved by the hostess. The next meet USED CARS PRICED TO SELL EASY TERMS 1936 Ford V-8 Tudor A Real Buy ANNOUNCEMENT IStuart V. Walker'-~ Manager of the North Dakota State Emp:oymen~ Ser- vice for the Dickinson area announce~ ~that Mr. Harold Bellmont of Beach i has agreed to act as correspondent for the Service. All persons desiring in- i formation in regard to unemploymen~ compensation claims and all persons desiring to register with the State Em- ployment Service are invited to con- tact Mr. Bellmont at the Court Hous~o fin Beach where he operates under ~the following schedule: 1 to 3 p. m, ~,dally except Saturdays from I0 a. m. ~to 12 o'clock noon. Employers in the ',Beach vicinity desiring the service of lhouse maids, day workers, or farm hands are also invited to contact Mr. Bellmont, who will furnish them with 'Usts of persons available for work in his area. i f I I I lllll ---- } GOLVA ! --- Mr.K. Dooley and Ralph Jacobs were in Dickinson on business Wed- ne~lay. i Victor Renstrom returned last week after spending two weeks visiting rel- atives and friends in Minnesota. : Mrs. Win. Eremers entertained the l bridge club Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Menke won high prize and Mrs. Os- win Schmitz second. I Mrs. C. V. Madison and Mr. and Mrs. Weinreis returned home Satur- Cay after a three weeks visit to the wesL coast, Mr. Tony Kreitinger and Albert were Dickinson visitors Saturday, ,,.~r. and 1~Irs. Ed Sheen were "guests a~ the h~me c1' ins mother, Mrs. Hen- ::etta Sheen, Sunday. Mr. Robert Menke spent Sunday at home, returning to Beach Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs, Tony l~'eltlnger wert Sunday dinner guests a~ the Math Krause home. 1935 Dodge Tudor ~tart@d last week and when the struc- Service, on Thursday, November 23 a" Mr. ~d ~. ~ ~ove~ wer~ Excellent Condition ture is completed i will be one of the ~0:00 a. m. which is to be held in the ~lty finest, ac.~ding to the con~rac- Consre~at/onal church. tots. , , /~aakon Hauka~ returned to Beach thankful, it is this Thanksgiving. as were Sunday guests at ~he home Of. ~aturday of last Week after spending our country is spared the tragedy o~ Mr. and Mrs. Guy Curl. the past few months in the eastern war. part of the state. ~der and Mrs. M. F, Grau, pastor the House of God of the Seventh Day Adventists church Thanksgiving. arrived in Beach Tuesday of last week ' from Jamestown. Rev. and Mrs. Ortmayer of (Men- ~ive were Mon~ay evening dinner ~guests at the home of Rev. and Mrs. ~. S. Moore in this city. Mrs. Grant Moore left for Dickin- son Tuesday to be~ wgh her daughter, MrS: Clifford Cul-#er for a few days. ~Mrs. Jimmy Mc~}urren of Dickinson wlsited here with ~e~ sister, ,Mrs. Eddie O~er Tuesday o thl~ week. Wednes- M?s., McGurren. Mrs. ~ter and littl~