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December 2, 1943     Golden Valley News
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i PAGE FOUR I Mr. and Mrs. Lester Zopfl and con spent the weekend at Williston, Duane Welsh left Sunday for Helena. Mrs. George Petcoff entertained the Lutheran Ladies Sewing Club Wednesday afternoon. Miss Betty Metz of Glendive spent Thanksgiving day at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Curless and family visited at the Howard home last week. Mrs. Jessie ScheU and children spent the weekend at the Alger Meek home. Francis Payne made a trip to Bismarck Monday, returning on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Sig Pederson and family spent Thanksgiving with the Jesse Houck family at Beach. Mrs. Fred Reinecke and Mrs. Ross Bixby served lunch at Red Cross Friday afternoon. Mrs. M~rcus of Bridger arrived Thursday to spent several weeks ~'t the home of her son and family. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinecke en- tertained at dinner Thursday Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Bixby and Shirley. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Sherman enter- tained at dinner Thanksgiving day Mr. and Mrs. Tom Hudson of Beach and Mrs. Alda Hanson. Mrs. W. White visited at the homes of her sister, Mrs. Rimel and at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles White last week. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jeeters of Glendive entertained at dinner Wednesday evening Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hall and Mrs. Guy Hall, Jr. Miss Francis Baker was in charge of the services at the C. F. Church Sunday in the absence of Reverend Ooossen. Mr. and Mrs. A1 Welsh and Neal, Grandma Mengel , and Russell Welsh were dinner guests at the J. L. Mengel home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Terson of San Francisco, Calif. spent Thanks- giving and the weekend at the Severson home. Mrs. Terson and Mrs. Severson are sisters. Mrs. Francis Payne entertained the Optimistic Eight Bridge Club Tuesday evening. Prizes were won by Mrs. Lester Zopfi and Mrs. L, Hartse. ROSE Theatre Calendar GLENDIVE, MONTANA CURRENT WEEK NOW SHO%VING-- ~DESTROYER" starring Edward G. Robinson with Glenn Ford, Marguerite Chapman and Edgar Buchanan. 1943's mightiest story of the sea and the fighting men who sail it! A thrill-packed story of men and their ships! OWL SHOW SAT. 11:30 P. M. SUN. MON. TUES.-- "HEAVEN CAN WAIT" in TECHNICOLOR with Gene Tlerney, Don Ameche, Charles Coburn and a host of your fav- orite screen actors. It's Ernest Lubttsch's saucy, surprising story of gay guys, gay gala in the gay 90'sl Never a tale so delic- Ious... never an era so de- lightful . . . It's the spiciest fun this side of paradlse l ~VEDNE~DAY ONLY-- -APPOINTMENT IN BERLIN" with George Sanders, Marguerite Chapman and (}ale Sondergaard. SUSPENSE . . electric, pul- sating, vibrant . in this strangest of thrill dramas! Ad- venture and intrigue in the shadowy half-world of inter- national spies. OPENING NEXT THURS.-- ~NHITE SAVAGE" with John Hall and Maria Montez. UPTOWN THEATRE FRIDAY SATURDAY-- Joe E. Brown - JWty Canova in "CHATTERBOX" Also Three Mesqutteers in "SANTA FE SCOUTS". Plus Chapter I0 of "JR. G-MEN OF THE AIR," SUNDAY MONDAY~ l fll WAR BEAUTIES CHICAGO, ILL--Twice in a recont war-worker beauty contest, Cook Electric Co., a war plant here, ~cored with Lorraine Remington {left) and Sunnie Anderson. Miss Retailed'ton, a former model, and Miss Anderson, whose last job was "stud,.~nt," both have given up their for. met occupations to devote full time to war production. Lawrence Hartse arrived Tuesday from Cut Bank to visit his family. Mr. and Mrs. Charles White entertained at dinner Thursday Mr. and Mrs. S. Sherman and daughter, Mrs. Bob Sherman of Great Falls and Mrs. W. White. Mr. and Mrs. E. Welliever enter. tailed at Thanksgiving dinner Mr. and Mrs. George Sommerfeld and children mad Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sommerfeld and Mrs. Helen Som- merfeld. Leo Stockwell came from Cali- fornia and his sister. Irene Ham- mond and daughter from Ohio to attend the funeral of their father Len Stockwell, which was held at Beach Monday. Many people from Wibaux attended the services. Mr. and Mrs. Pete Smith and children visited at Beach Sunday. Business callers at Glendive Fri- day were Mrs. E. WeUiever and children, Miss Zelma Larson, Mrs. Helen Sommerfeld, and Mrs. Ray Scammon and son. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Rustad and son were supper guests at the George Ru~tad home Thanksgiving day. Pfc. Ralph Rustad left Wednes- day evening from Beach for his i army camp in Oregon after spend- ing his furlough at home. Mrs. Dan Cox was an overnight !guest at the Joe Baker home on Wednesday. She and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and Joan spent Thanks- giving day at the Charles Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Rose enter- tained the following people at dinner Thanksgiving day: Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Lutts and family, Grove Lutts and Laura, Gilbert Rustad, Howard Stark and Ronald Schouboe. Flora and Fern Rose also spent the vacation st their home. Mrs. Rudolph Lutts returned to her home Tuesday after spending the past week at Moorhead, Minn., where she and Mrs. Grove Lutts Those in Glendive Tuesday w~reivisited Mrs. Mary Scammon and Lucy, iStark. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Scammon, lthere. Mrs. Booth, Mr. and Mrs. Seth Manning, Mrs. Frank Drake, Mrs. Mona Helvik, Joe Lihen, Mrs. Hurd, Mrs. F. E. Elliott, Mrs. Alda Han- son and Mrs. Ed Sherman. Mr. and Mrs. Burton Welsh and nephew, Gene Welsh, left Wednes- day for Lavina to spend Thanks- giving with Mr. and Mrs. Don Welsh. They were accompanied by the latter's mother and brother, THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS iii their mother, Mrs. Ors Mrs. Grove Lutts remained The janitor, Joe Baker, is mak- ing coffee for the country young- sters who bring their lunch to school. They certainly seem to ap- preciate a hot drink with their lunch. Victor Berg of the Gulf port, Miss. training camp was a recent visitor at the school. Eleanor Theomke of the Beach high school also visited the Ollie: school last week. Teachers of the local Sunday School and the Ollie school teach- ers met at the school house last week to make plans for a joint Christmas program to be given at the United Brethren Church. ShOrtage of coal has threatened to hold up basketball at Ollie. But with the promise of Pat Plum- mer's truck, the high school boys plan to mine and haul coal to heat the Odd Fellow's Hall on )ractice nights. Fay Shepherd will act as janitor on these nights. Pat Plummer will again coach, so practice is expected to begin soon. ~'V'~ BONNIE VIEW I Mary llt[cCamkey, lReporter Miss Mary Reinholz made a trip to Fargo over the weekend', where she had dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Callahan and son Roger of Beach were visitors at the Jack Still home on Thanks- giving day. The pupils and teacher of the Bonnie View School enjoyed a vacation this week, as there was no school on Thanksgiving day and Friday. The Misses Betty Lou Abraham, Leona Nielsen and Florence Sted- man, who are attending high school in Beach, spent their Thanksgiving vacations at their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. George Kautzmann and family returned to their home Saturday evening after visiting with relatives at Mott for nearly a week. Mr. and Mrs. Godfrey Pesha and sons, Wayne and l~ichaxd, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Pesha, Jr. and Harry Hill were Thanksgiving guests at the Joe Pesha, Sr. home. Leo Nielsen went deer hunting last week in company with Carlot Nellermoe, Dwight Snow, and Goodwin and Ben Thompson of Beach. Olaf Abraham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Abraham and Miss Eddy Beggar of Wibaux were guests of Harold Abraham on Thanksgiving at the A. F. Doblar home. Mrs. Leo Nielsen and Miss Mary l~inholz accompanied Mrs. Natalie Adamson of Beach to the Trotters SChool last Tuesday afternoon where they attended a Junior Red Cross meeting. We failed to mention in last week's items that Harold Abraham was also a guest at the wedding dinner given at the John Begger home near Wibaux, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Finneman. A number from this vicinity at- Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shepherd and family spent Thanksgiving day at Baker with Mrs. Martha Shep- herd. Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Perry and family were also there. Mrs. Shepherd went on to Miles City that evening for medical care and returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Bryson and family motored to Glcndive Thurs- day, where they spent the day tended the wedding dance given Mrs. N. Scabad and Raymond of with Mr. and Mrs. Glen Manthey evening by Mr. and Mrs. Fmneman at St Phmps Glendive. They returned on Sat- and family. Miss Leona Bryson " also spent her vacation at the Mrs. Lee Gross arrived in Beach Manthcy home. Mrs. Bryson stop- Sunday morning for a visit at the ................. =:::-'P ed at Beach on the way home, home of her sister, Mrs. Godfrey where shy visited her sister, Mrs. ]pesha, and family. Mrs. Gross Mir.nie Sorenson, until Monday. has been residing near Camp Me- urday. --.V--- OLLIE NEWS 1 Mrm. Joe Baker, lrleporter ~ The Ollie Public Library has ....... -,--' purchased a number of new books. Those received are "Burma Sur- Mr. and Mrs. Claud Baker and Cleo spent Friday at Glendive. geon" by Dr. G. Seagrave; "Thun- derhead" by Mary O'Hara; "Boom- Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Stark and town Buccaneers" by MacDonald; Doris spent Thanksgiving day at "Yukon Kid" by Hendryx; "Rustlers the Claud Schouboe home. Three" by Billings; and "In Bed Mr. and Mrs. Pat Plummer and We Cry" by Ilka Chase. Others Douglas spent Thanksgiving day at are ordered but have not come the Elmer Wang home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Morrison yet. 'Men in Motion" by Henry J. Taylor. a well known radio corn- spent Thanksgiving day at the R. E. Morrison home. mentator, is also now available at Mr. and Mrs. carl Rost and ram- the library. It has been one of the leading non-fiction books since lly spent Thanksgiving day at the its recent publication. Ollte Ferrel home. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Walter and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wang en- family were guests at the Claud tertained Wednesday evening at Baker home Saturday evening, dinner in honor of their son, Sgt. Miss FAeanore Theomke of Beach Victor Berg, who returned_ the next was a house guest of Miss Fern day to his army camp in Missis- Shepherd several days last week. sippi. Those present were Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Beach re, Mrs. Fred Steen and family, Mr. turned to the Arnold Beach 'home and Mrs. Henning Steen and ram- Wednesday after spending the past~'flY, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holde~ of week with her parents in Nebraska. Cabin Creek, Mrs. Ovens and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Walter daughter of Baker, Mrs. Lena and children of Savage spent the Wang of Baker, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Thanksgiving vacation at the Oeo. Plummer and son. Mr. and Mrs. Cox home, Vic Berg and daughter, and Mr. Miss Reva Ro~t returned home and Mrs. Paul Theomke and Ar- Monday from Seattle, where she lene of Beach. Mrs. Theomke and had been employed, to accept a daughter remained at the Wang position at the Bank of Baker. home until Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. Bert Hudson and --V-- family and Fred Hudson spent OLLIE SCHOOL NOTES Thanksgiving day at the Byron (By Laverne Shepherd) Hudson home at Baker. Mr. and Mrs Earl Stark and County Superintendent W L. family and Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Riddle visited the Ollie Schools Peterson were Thanksgiving guests recently. at the Charles Abrams home. The Ollle School carnival was Mr. and Mrs. Fay Shepherd and held November 5 at the school family were dinner guests of the house. In spite of the disagree- Norman Rost family at Thanks-able weather, a large crowd at- giving dinner, tended. The report of our school Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson and treasurer, Rose Marie Boat, shows family were Sunday dinner guests $146.35 taken in. Our expenses at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cha~ were $74.48. leaving a profit of Abrams, $71.87. The sum will go to finance Mr. and Mrs. GeQ~e ~ enter- basketball and other school ac- tained I~,, a~nd ~. ~ Baker tiviUes. and family, Mr. and M~i. Clinton We are having six weeks tests ~esd~ and Wednesday. School excused T~Urs~y and day. Frtday. Cane, Mississippi, where her hus- band has been stationed in the army for nearly a year. Follow- ing the termination of a furlough of Mr. Gross's, which he and his wife spent in South Dakota with his parents and other relatives, he returned to his camp in Mississippi and Mrs. Gross came to Beach. She plans to return to Mississippi following her visit here. WHEN Functional Nervous Disturbances ~ as SINp- leesneu, Crankinw~ R~eitability, Restles~ea or Nervous Hemiaeho Interfero with yore- work oi" spo~ your good times, take Dr. lilies Nervko (Liquid or Effervescent Tablet~) Nervous Ten~ion can makeyou Wakeful, Jittery, Irritable. Ner- vou~ Tension can cause Nervou Headache and Nervous Indiges- tiom In times like these, we are more likely than usual to become overwrought and nervous and to wish for a good sedative. Dr, Mile Nervine is a good sedative ~miM but efl[ectivc. If you do not use Dr. Miles Nervine you can't know what it do for you. It comes in Liquid and Effervescent Tablet form, both equally soothing to tense and ove~rought nerves. DON"P YOU TRY IT Get it tt your drug store, F~ervescent tablets ~ and ~, Thursday, December 2, 1943: Mrs. Imogene Adams of Beach spent a few days last week at the l home of her son, Lyle. About 35 friends and relatives gathered at the John Glower home Sunday afternoon at a birthday party given in Mr. Glower's honor by his wife. The afternoon was spent socially and a lovely lunch was served during the course of it. Mr. Glower was the recipient of a number of nice gifts and every- one departed for home, wishing him many more happy birthdays. --V-- 'DESTROYER' NAVY FACTS ARE ALL THE REAL McCOY Columbia's "Destroyer" now show- ing at the Rose Theatre, Glendlve, starring Edward G. Robinson and featuring Marguerite Chapman, Glenn Ford and Edgar Buchanan, is one of the most authentic Navy pictures ever produced in Holly- wood. The story was written by Commander Frank Wead, a for- mer destroyer skipper. The techni- cal adviser on the production was Lieut. Commander Donald Smith, who was navigation officer on the ill-fated U. S. S. Arizona. And the producer of "Destroyer", Lou Edelman, studied at Annapolis and served with the Navy in World War I as a lieutenant, junior grade. The combined knowledge of these men adds up to authenticity when it comes to matters pertaining to the U. S. Navy. --~T--- Farmers and distributors are asked by the War Food Adminis- tration to place their orders early for the insecticides and fungicides they will need next year. iiiii i POUNDMASTER'S NOTICE Notice is hereby given that thero has been taken up and impounded. in Delhi Township, Golden Valley County, N. Dak. the following des- cribed animals: Eight head of horses Five of sorrel color, bra~ded L I-1 on right shoulder; One of bay color, gelding brand- ed LH Bar on right shoulder; One of buckskin color, mare, branded L H on right shoulder; One of sorrel color branded A: over Lazy A on left shoulder. Ages of these animals are diffi- cult to estimate, they are bronc~ and hard to approach. Weight cannot be approximated. If such animals are not claimed and the expense of poundage paid they will be disposed of according to statute. Emil Ktmick, Poundmaster. Nov. 18, 25, Dec. 2, 1943) --.V-- SERVICES AT CITY HALL DEC. $ There will be a service at the city hall Sunday afternoon, Decem- ber 5, at 3 P.M. Rev. Reuben W. Will of Dickinson will be the speaker. The subject will be "The Need of a Revival ol the Old-time Religion". Everyone is invited to attend these soul-stirring meetings. ---V-- BASKET SOCIAL TO BE HELD A Basket Social and Card Party will be held at the Carlson School on Saturday, December llth. Every- one welcome. ---V-- Watch the ads for bargains. II Ed F~ ]made a on Tue,, Miss ( Thanks~ her boy Mr. a] guests e Thanks~ Mr. az guests Wibaux )J-IS. Pearl w, r~on hon Many attendee 3,It. and St. Phil Sgt. iX morning Idaho a visiting Miss home the wee and Mr., Miss i to Billi : spend mother A par~ Fischer relatives 25th we and Mr,, Mr. a: family, : fee and Arginbrl A.C. ( day. practical and fills a daily need, besides being a dec- orative necessity. 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