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Beach, North Dakota
December 2, 1943     Golden Valley News
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iThursday, December 2, 1943 Ed Fischer and Floyd Bosserman Imade a business trip to Dickinson on Tuesday of last week. Miss Genevieve Schrom spent the Thanksgiving vacation visiting at her home here in Golva. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schillo were guests at the Ed Fischer home on Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Fasching were gUests at the Ed Nistler home in ~ibaux on Thanksgiving day. Mrs. Annie Kirkpatrick and ]Pearl were guests at the Nic John- on home Thanksgiving day. Many people of this community attended the wedding dance of Mr. and Mrs. Buster Finneman at St. Philips last Tuesday night. Sgt. Norbert Schulte left Tuesday morning to return to his camp in Idaho after spending his furlough visiting here. Miss Florence FiScher returned home Wednesday evening to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Fischer of Golva. Miss Janet Ferguson made a trip to Billings, Mont. last week to Spend Thanksgiving with her mother and sister there. A party was held at the Gerhard Fischer home Friday evening, where relatives gathered to celebrate the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Fischer. Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Chaffee and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Chat- fee and family and Mr. and Mrs. Arginbright were gtmsts at the A. C. Chaffee home Thanksgiving day. WANT ADS TWO CENTS PER WORD PER ISSUE If you want to buy or sell something; ,it you need help or wan2 a Job, you can get results from News Want Ads. No ad accepted for less than 25c per insertion. A service charge of 25c will be made for "blind" ads. FOR SALE--V-Mail stationary at the News office. 5-tf FOR SALE--Various household ar- ticles. Mrs. Adeline McDanold. Beach 10-2tp -----._____ FOR RENT--Two room apartment. Mrs. Julia Kalkman, Beach, N. Dak. 10-1tp FOR SALE--Royal Typewriter rib- boris. Golden Valley News office. 5-tf *--.---____ STRAYED--Brockled faced 2-year- old heifer from Yates. Ear mark- ed on right ear. Clifford Jendro. Wibaux. 10-1tp LOST~Tire and wheel 7.00 x 15, between Golva and Alpha. Re- Ward for return. Clarence Fas- ching. 10-2tp FOR SALE--L935 Terraplane coupe. See this car to appreciate it.. Good shape, good rubber. Nash 400 pickup, good rubber. Kermlt Still~ Beach. 10-lip LOST~A billfold at the St. Philips Hall Tuesday night, November 23. Please return papers to this office. Money may be kept. Kes- ley Watklns. 10-1tp FOUND.-~n streets of Reach, two keys in leather holder Owner may have same by calling at News office and paying for ad- vertising. 10-tfc FOR SALE--Piano, excellent con- dition. Also bookcase and other furniture belonging to Mrs. Hut- ton. See or write Mrs. Annie Swan. 10-2tp ORDER NOW--Those wishing tar- keys for Christmas. 40 cents a Pound dressed and drawn. Mrs. A. Scheffer. Phone Golva 4F20 or write Carlyle, Mont. 10-2tp PERMANENT WAVE, ~c--Do your own Permanent with Charm-Kurl Kit. Complete equipment, in- eluding 40 curlers and shampoo. Easy to do, absolutely harmless. Praised by thousands, including McKenzle, glamorous movie star. Money refunded ff not Sat- lafled. Woodward B~thers Drug, Beach, N.D. 10-10tp FOR SALE---Team young mares, well broke, gentle, in good con- clifton, ready to go. McCormick Peering engine, 1 h. p. with PUmp Jack, used for pumping water. Both nearly new. One seCOnd hand Cascade range, com- Plete With warming oven, reser- R?ir, etc., burns lignite or wood. . C. Doyle, Sentinel Butte, N.D. 10-tfc TtrRKEY SHIPMENT--The S~utl~[ A~ss~rn Montana Turkey Growers ociation will receive dressed ~flkeys Monday, Dec. 13 at the Waukee freight house, Baker. The birds will be government ~ed and cash advances paid as ~ows: Prime, ~c per lb.; Choice Per lb.; Commercial, ~c pe~ 1~ Two carloads will be loaded. ' u~t.~ ~, Secretary-Treu- lO-2tc Miss Catherine Haas of Wolf Point spent Thanksgiving visiting her sister, Mrs. Oswin Schmitz of Golva. Mr. and Mrs. M. Douglas and family, Mrs. Douglas and Mrs. E. Shoen were entertained at the Guy Curl home on Thanksgiving. A large group of the young folks of the community attended the dance in Sentinel Butte Thursday night All reported having a good time. Albert Streitz returned hor~e from Seattle, Wash. last week to spend the winter with his parents. He has spent the past 7 years in Washington. Mrs. Fred Coles left Friday to re~urn to her home in South Da- kota after spending the past week visiting her mother, Mrs. Schulte, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs, Julius Larsen and Marlene, Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Fasching and family, Mrs. Daisy Wassmann, and Andrew Kohler were guests at the Jim White home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thill and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Kukowski Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kress and family, Mr. and Mrs. Jim White and Louis. were guests at the Julius Larsen home Thanksgiving day. A large crowd attended the bas- ketball game last Tuesday night at the school gym. It was the first game of the season, for both the Golva boys and girls and was play- ed with Sentinel Butte. Golva won both games. Word has been received here that Lieut. Rodney Shoen, formerly of Golva and grandson of Mrs. Shoen of Golva, has returned to the United States from the South Pacific, where he has been the past months. He was married at his home in Spokane, Wash., before leaving for an air field in Texas, where he will receive further training. --V- BOYS IN SFSVIGE ! USS Ancon % Fleet Po~toffice New York. N Y. November 1, 1943, Dear Friends: Just a line to let you know the paper is coming in every week. and I really appreciate every issue. May I again thank everyone who makes it possible for me to re- ceive it. I hope some of my friends see this and will wrive. A letter means a lot way over here. I'm still in African waters. It's over six months since I've seen the good old U. S. A. I took part in the invasions of Sicily and Italy-- and look out U, S. A. when we invade there, 'cause we are all going to have a picnic. Boy, will the Statue of Liberty look good. Well, I'll have to close for this time and until next time, good luck. Your friend, Tony Tescher. P. S. Come on, fellows, drop me a few lines. I'll try to answer as soon as I get your letters. Anthony J. Tescher Slc 1105 East Cotton St., Longview, Texas. The Editor, Golden Valley News, Beach, North Dakota Dear Sir: Since writing you the last time in August, I believe, I have only received one issue of the paper, which was addressed to 1115 St. Charles Ave., New Orleans, La.. Due ,to the fact that I had ap- plied for a transfer to another station and was expecting travel orders I delayed in writing you until now. I am now stationed here per- manently at Harmon General Hos- pital, assigned to 1803 Service Com- mand Detachment, which consists of the duty personnel of Harmon General Hospital, Longview, Texas. If I am still on your list of ser- vice men receiving the G. V. News, will you kindly change my last address as given at the end of this letter? I am married and have estab- lished permanent residence in Longview as shown below. Very truly yours, M-Sgt. Desmond C. Honnold 1105: East Cotton St., Longview, Texas. November 25, 1943. Dear Sirs: I was transferred to this hospital Just last week. On Wednesday, November 17 we left the cold, bleak hills of Idaho far behind. Let us Tell You How to Prevent That Cold ' BUTTE DRUG THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS "PAGE FIVE It's really swell here. The sun is shining every day, and it's as warm as can be. I can go swim- ruing here every day. It may seem hard $or you folks back home to believe, and it's hard for me to get used to no winter. I suppose it's cold back home now, but it sure is nice out here. Everything is green, and the birds are singing. I'm feeling much better now, and I should be back to duty within a few weeks. I sure wish everyone would write that cares to. About all we live~ for in here is the mail we get, and the hope that some day soon we'll be back to duty and serving our country as best we know how. My new address is Clyde Easton $2c Ward D-6 Unit 1. U. S. N. C. Hospital Corona, California. --V HOUSEHOLD GOODS REPAIR RESTRICTIONS ARE LIFTED Homemakers' worries have been lifted, said W. J. Jensen, northwest regional WPB official, who an- nounced the lifting of the restric- tions on the repair of electric ap- pliances, including electric irons. toasters, electric refrigerators, wash- ing machines and plumbing fix- tures. The order lifts the ban on the use of steel, copper and aluminum by repair shops for domestic use. Mr. Jensen said that those affected by this order are farm machinery shops, blacksmith shops, electri- cians, radio repair shops, plumbers, refrigerator repair shops, motor rewinders, automotive repair shops and upholstery repair shops. On the proper certification a re- pair shop may buy up to 20 tons of carbon alloy steel, 500 pounds of copper and copper base alloy, brass mill and ~oundry products and 200 pounds of aluminum in listed forms. In addition, electrical repmrmen may buy $150 worth of copper wire per quarter. No application is required by the repairraen to purchase the above quantities of controlled ma- terial, said Jensen. Special pro- vision is rode under CMP-9-A reg- ulation for large users of controlled materials to apply for quantities in excess of those listed above. The relaxation of the restrictions apply only to maintenance and Hospital Notes The following have been patients at the Johnstone Memorial Hospital during the week November 23 to November 30: Julius Anderson, Beach; Richard Miesaloskl, Wi- baux; C. F. Polly, Sentinel Butte: Miss Lucille Lake, Beach; Mrs. Louis Hoviand, Sentinel Butte,; Mrs. Wm. Carew, Golva; Mrs. Frank Jablonski, Beach; Miss Eleanor Theomke. Beach; Mrs. Ralph Kunick, Sentinel Butte; R. H. Welsh, Wibaux; Mrs. Donald Wilson, Beach; John WiLson, son of Sam Wilson, Carlyle; Mrs. Elmer Raisler, Beach; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ulfers and Jimmy, Beach. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kveck, Beach, are parents of an 8 lb. 2 oz. girl, born November 23; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hansbn, Sentinel Butte, are parents of a 6 lb. 7 oz. boy, born November 22; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Spalding, Beach, are parents of a 9 lb. 11/,., oz. boy, born November 23; Mr. and Mrs. Gregory Decker, Sen- tinel Butte, are parents of a 7 lb. 9 oz. girl, born November 30. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH O. L. Oisrud Pastor Tel. 154 Beach, North Dakota Beach: Childrens' Centennial Service at II A M. No Sunday School this Sunday. Confirmation class Wednesday at 4:15 P. M. Christian Workers course Wed- nesday at 8 P. M. Ladies Aid at Mrs. Thelma An- dersons this Friday afternoon. Choir practice Friday 8 P. M. L. D. R. rummage sale postponed. Rev. G. Peterson will be here Thursday, December 9 at 8 P, M. Sentinel Butte: Services at 2:30 P. M, An illum- inated altar cross in memory of ' Mrs. Earl H. Mason will be dedi- '. cated. Sunday School at 1:30 P. M. Rev. G. Peterson, sup't, of the Zion, Society for Israel, will speak Wednesday, December 8 at 8 P. M. Ladies Aid bazaar Friday, De- cember 10, in the afternoon, Garner: Ladies Aid at the F. F. Schmel- repair work. ---Y CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank all our friends and neighbors for the many acts of kindness in our recen~ be- reavement. We are especially grateful for the floral tributes in memory of our father and grand- father. Mr. and Mrs. Win. Zabel Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Zabel and family Mr. and Mrs. Ray Zabel Frances Zabel. V-- As a rule, over 50 percent of the total North Dakota harvested acre- age of corn is annually used as forage. However. slnoe 1936 an in- creasing amour~t of corn has been harvested as grain. ---V Touch up or ,trim the wicks of the kerosene stove regularly--once every week or ten days is not too often. To be sure of correct burn- ing of fuel keep the air holes in the burner open. -- V Have you made your contribution to the War Chest Drive? IX) IT NOW ! ing home at noon Wednesday, De- Icember 8. Rev. G. Peterson will t be guest speaker. --V- PIE SOCIAL A SUCCESS The Pie Social and Dance at the Indian Hill School, Saturday evening, November 27th was well attended. The prices paid for the pies ranged from $4.75 to $19.00. Th~s money will be used for school equipment, The teacher, Miss Oladys Pendle- ton, and the pupils wish to thank everyone who helped to make this a SUCceSS. ~V GARDEN CLUB TO MEET The Garden Club will hold its regular meeting on Thursday eve- ning, December 2nd, at the home of Mrs. P. J. Edkins. The following program will be presented: Roll Call---Shadowy Birds of the Nlght. Nature Lore; "Afield with Spiders." Getting Acquainted With Evergreens. Round-table discussion. 1. Pines 2. Spruce 3. Junipers 4. Firs 5. Others. Game--Florence Hanson. Election of Officers. Christmas Party. 1940 CHEVROLET 1938 PONTIAC 1941 DODGE LUXURY LINER TWO NEW NASHES HALSTEAD CORP. TELEPHONE 113 BEACH, N. DAK. To get the best in LIVESTOCK COMMISSION SERVICE Consign your CATTLE -CALVES- HOGS - SHEEP Midwest Farmers LIVESTOCK SELLING AGENCY West Fargo, N.D. So. St. Paul, Minn. "One head or more" receives our best attention. Every shipment, regardless of size, is appreciated. Ask the man who sMps to MIDWEST FARMERS SEVENTH DAY ADVENTIST CHURCH Beach, North Dakota Sabbath School at 11:00 A. M. Church Service at 12:00 A. M. Elder P. M. Orau will be present for services December 4th. V Almost all of the canned corned beef used in the United States comes from South America, chiefly Argentina and Uruguay. All of this South American supply is now being purchased for combat forces. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH V. H. Dissen, Pastor Beach, North Dakota Divine Services 10 A. M. Sunday School after Services. ~-V~ Potato growers in North Dakota produced in 1943 the largest crop in the state's history. Yield per acre is estimated at 125 bushels and total production 22 million bushels. Contribute to the War Chest! BE:ACH LIVESTOCK MARKET Friday and Saturday December 3rd and 4th With marketing conditions becoming more steady and the slowing up of shipments of light-weight hogs to market, our market here in Beach is ready to buy as usual, but we still recommend that you keep your light-weight and under-fed hogs until they are in better condition. TOP HOGS, 215 to 285 lbs. $12.09 LIGHTWEIGHT HOGS, 140 - 215 lbs., $8.75 to $11.00 (according to finish and weight) TOP SOWS $10.75 to $11.00 FAT LAMBS WANTED Will Pay Top Prices for Good Fat Lambs Thin and Cull Lambs Not Wanted You'll Always Get A Square Deal With-- J A CK B ALLARD Beach, North Dakota Phone 40 HIS COMFORT JACKETS f0r his win-, Warm woolen! and rayon cor~inationsl ST~US Pm eovs,. ~.~d ProPel Good.Looldng POPLIN JACKETS 6.90 An all.purpose jacket he'll wear and wear! Wind ~is- ,.. "':~ ~ .__ ttmt and wat~t.r~pdlent! :::"ii!'~i:::::~ :~ " Fine Cottons for Sleeping "~ ; " ~ ~ Comfort! ~~MENS PAJAMAS~ 2=.9 ~~ Smoothly woven cottons in handsome striped patterns or solids---whlchever he prefm~! Surplice coat models with clraws~Ing trousers. Ample cu~ ~eo~ortab~fit: