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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 15, 1938     Golden Valley News
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DIVIDE NEWS Chas. Lowman and son Harry were Sentinel Butte callers last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Cook called at the Dick Pendleton home Friday eve- rang. Mr. and Mrs. John Rathbun delivered the tombstone for their parents graves last Friday and while here called at the Pendleton home. Dan Morris and John Will motored to Sentinel Butte last Saturday to do Bismarck were calling in this vicinity coming to atterd the sale of the l~0p- erty of Olu~ Winger. decease~:l~eld ALPHA at the Reeve ranch Saturday. ~: Mrs. Kermit Still and ~t son. David Lloyd returned to ~lr home Friday after spen~g abo~ ten days at the Beach hos/~ttaL ~F Mr. and Mrs. ~ N d[lsen and son Lavern were Pillion ,~lstors one day last week. W~fl~: tl~e Mr. Neilsen consulted a doe/tol~d~ard to his eyes, which he lnJdred ~ecldent, while employed atthe Odlan~:dam this fall. Roland Zellar is th$~" possessor of a Chevrolet coupe which1 he purchased - ' mmlt~ Mr. and Mrs. Milan Austin and family of Mott, N. D. are spending a few days with the Otto Jonson family. :~ The Alpha Birthday C~ wad:enter- mined at the Robert soSnek21iome on Thursday. ~ere was ~ large crowd out that ml~j~yed the fi~e ~mner that was servtM at noon. Mi~Al[kiith Carew won ~ con~st ~,,~en by Mrs. Otto ~ohnson. ~he ladies~ also enjoyed a wl~te elephant party ~hat day. Mrs. Sophie Stroh o~Sanborn, N. D., arrived saturday ~d will spend some time visiting w~ the Low Drew- niak and Edw. Fas~ing families. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Bury were Beach visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sonnek were visitors at the A. F. Irons home on CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH noon. W .A. Smith, Pastor .. i last Friday. Sunday school 10 a.m. Mr. and Mrs. George Stull an~DickI Ed Hess w~s a caller at the Fred Mornin~ worship 11 a.m. ] and Mr. Fred Wassmann w~o~':Beach i Wassman ~ Thursday. : Loyalty~Sunday l visitors Friday. i:' ~ 1 Victor ~e;~trota was a pleasant ca~- Christian Endeavor 7 p.m. I Mrs. Fred Wa~sn~nn r~urned home, er at the ~erm~ and Fred ~Vass~ Missionary society party Thursday,]Sunday after a:~eeks vi~t with her ihomes on Satu~ay mornS. December 15. i daughter, Mrs John Fakler.i t Mr. Olaf Q~tad was a @lie,:at the John Robinson club Monday, ~e. I Mr. Fred Wa~a= hasten ha~- Art .,~+rw# home S~~ 19th, p. m. Christmas party, ling coal from the Run,it mine the Tho fieldn~an for the First Minne- Sentinel Butte ' past week ~ " I ~ ! apolis company was a caller in this vl- some shopping. Friends and neighbors gathered at last week. the M. A. Brown home last Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Irv~g Gordon and for a surprise party on Mr. and Mrs. family were visitors at the E A. Stod- Brown. Those attending were Mr. and dard home Sunday. Mrs, Ellis Stecker, Mr. and Mrs. Al- Mrs. Ed Feldmann and daughter, bert Allen and children and Mr. and Lydia. were visitors at the Lewis Od- Mrs. Harold Hollar and children, Mr. land home Friday. and Mrs. J. E. Cook, Mr. and Mrs. .or Golva Honor Roll and children. Junior Cook and Junior Allen spent Sunday. returned home the sa~e evening. Mrs. R. L. Johnston and Mrs. Gron Mr. and Mrs. E. S~oen Were over- ning were Beach visitors Tuesday. night visitors at the Ols~d ranch last week. UNITED BRETHRm~ CHURCH Sunday school 2:15 p.m. t Church service 3 p. m. I .... ,,GARXr~D,,~. '" , , IS1 Garner friends of Harry Funk were grieved to hear of his death and wish to extend sympathy to the relatives. Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Wosepka went to Hebron Wednesday to attend the last sad rites of Harr~ Funk, TheY i q t m A' Mr. Harry J. Dahl and a lady from cinity Friday. The Best In Motion GLENDIVE, Pictures At MONT. last weekend at their homes. Harry and Harold Lowman visited The following have the highest at the Dick Pendleton home last Fri- marks in their respective classes in Mr. anc~ Mrs. F. Scrolling and high school. Herman Gr~ve, Minister Mr. and l~rs. E. Sho~lY~ attended the day .... : Mr. and Mrs. Dan Morris ~lled at Seniors: Frank Kreitinger, 91 1-4; ~ Birthday C~b at the Robert Sonneck THURSDAY FRIDAY the Pendleton home Friday~ Esther Granat, 89 1-4; Minard Maus. BEACH: home and ~jo~ed a fine turkey din- . . The N P L Ladies A~iary club 88; Isadora Weinries, 87 1-4. cU~ified worship service at 10:15;Iner The n~ meeting will be Jan- ~,eld o m~tl~ng at the ~:H Alien Juniors: Francis Rising, 90; Tom .. . at 6:30; evening preaching ser-~,ua~ 2~at tl~Schmelling home. - .... ~ " ~'~'^- ~9 I 5" Marj~rie Funk, 88 4-5; wee at 7:30. Edwar~l WoSe]~m took dressed tur- home last Sun~a af~l~inn{ButU~~ ~)b~r:t'l~;~,cher, 863-'5. Mid-week service at the Parish:keys to~ac~ lZ~klay. VITAL,FIBER YOUTH THAT HAKES LOVE FLAHE! aWt~d~d?d family ~m~! Sophomores: Charles Brockmeyer, l~sW:ednesdaY evenings. ] Kennethi~d ~t Sheen were " " " " ~ ' "~ ~ ui" "93 1-3; Ingrid Oranat, 93; Florencel : [ Dickinson ~isltors Friday, Rodney .-.. tJae Gz'e~t Wa~l molt d~ff- Jimmy RatnDtl~_~ no .~ ~.en q ~e]Flscher 87 $-5 ] Sunday School at 2:00; preaching]shoen and Ralph Parr came home with ~u!advn'ture, dr~ma~dly fll since ~gl zs repo - ' " at 3"00 . . ~ ~ ~ ~ izood[ Freshman: Merlyn Brockmeyer, 9~,] Ithem and spent the week end with , -. ..... ~ ea ~apro~ng~ma Y .,~lcn m g ]Helen Barthel, 91~, Genevieve Schrom, I ~~- ]home folks, presentlo~ two youfig $|~rs news to ~ ma~y I ~a~ ]91" Patrlcia Carew, b~A I Henry Dahl went to his home at[ Mrs Margaret Boisen and family who will excite and thrill you! The ~Coo~c ~ spent tMlh:~ l~upiis in high school' with perfectlwatfrd City Saturday and then went were Sunday dinner guests at the "" weekend, with ~ grandparents " attendance the second six weeks were:lt Dickinson Monday to attend an I Shoen home. Mr. and Mrs. Harmon and Mrs. ~J.. E..~ :" " " at the Freshman" Christine Barthell Helen] FSA meeting, returning here Monday lOlstad and baby and Miss Gladys jo~n ~ f~ ; t~Ym:caller at Barthell, Merlyn Brockmeyer, Gladystnight- 'Cline a~ visited there in the af~ro ~le ,~r ~ k ll, Stmday Granat, Catherine Sues, Edward SUes.|. ~"--~'=--- ~~ -- .... -"- Vl Sophomores: Charles Broeluneyer, ~ ~ ~~ x~onn WaS our " Florence Fischer, Lngrid Granat, John } elnity last :Baturday. ~eith,MOore spent ~urgiay night Sues. at the &~E. Cook homei Juniors: Dorothy Fischer, MarJorie Funk, Dorothy Schmitz. Henry Hughes was a visitor at the Seventh and Eighth grades, Miss Harold Hollar's Sunday Miller, Honor Roll: Fxlmcls H~fllaz came out from ohama Ernest Johnson, Harry Funk, James to get a couple of horses to take back Lorenz. with him. Intermediate Room, Miss Schaefer.! i PATROL Those having perfect attendance last six weeks are: Hilda Granat. El- aine Hanson, Irene Higgins, David GRKNE NANCY KELLY Kane, Rudolph Lorenz, Jr. ~ ~ e. Mr. Je~sP~yle left onFTldaymo~- Those on the honor roll are:.Ther- ~,11 l~ur/~hr"-L~zas~___ ~' ~o...,.,.,...., ,'"--'-'-oS[STON FKI[R KOK[- SA~CSm_._.._= trig for southern Florida to spend ~he esa Fischer. David Kane, Elaine Hart- ~aru~ asl~t~em~t s~ Winter with his sister, where he h~pes son. ~ F. Zo=~t.., SLIM SUMMERVILLE JOHN CARRADIF,~ to consult doctors and regain ~his Primary Room, M~ss Clarin. ~,r~lO dir,~t~ JOAN VALERIE " HENRY ARMETT~ health. Mrs. Flayle and family will The following are on the honor ...... ~WARREN HYMER DOUGLAS FOWLEY spend the winter with her brother, roll: John Hanson. Betty John~, ~ $#J~ Ford! : Mary Lou Kreitinger, Cathrine Kreit- With i print h Webster .allan. ~,,,~ inger and Deloris Shouboe. your name m e eac Mr. Ellis Stecker h1~S been the I ADDED! "Paramount News," sick list the past weel~ ~: ! d : : Comedy Walter Kohn accom~ed ~ Mrs.[' / : :!+i: ~:i!~:: I~r SADD~ ~W~ I. W. Brown, M~rgl~ an~ Mrs. I cardan_ MATINEE SAT. 2 e.M. SHOWS AT 7-9 P. O. W. Youelis left for ~)o~ parts] I II Ill I ~] il ilflll l~filll ~, Of W ~ton on Mon'~ Mrs.[ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Butl~rfl~d and match + Brown spend about a mon~ vie- two daughters Beverly :a~d ~. lting Mrs. R. N. Z~cDon-' drove over from ., + ald and holidays SUNDAY MONDAY- TUESDAY atives at Butterfield ,and. Very Reasonabl, two sons were ~ers " LOOK! --::-- LOOK! aim ~ t t ftem home S~. few d~ i ] ~ Martin U~ b~kl~g a dam home. ....... on his farm. ~ ~_~. Mr. andMrs. J.M.' andM~ro CarlUecke~do0T~l~redreturn- V IIyN lyn were Sunday dinner ~ ~ at the ed from the coast wher~y had been J, M.,, Schauer home. for some time. +~ en a e ews COMEDY SENSATION OF THE ~. ~. ,~h=ucr xeceived a letter Mr. Charlie Bret0n ~ has been from their ('aughter, Mrs. Della Val- helpless from a stroke +fd~' nine years Only Sat. - ROSE EversYn. Kiddies 15c ~ ,. ;at. Sun. Nit ~ p. m. Motion Pictures Are Your Best Entertainment THESTAR.STUDDED SEASON! ver'e of South Carolina, that they was helped into a wheel chair Just O / Wuld be transferred to the Philippine lately. ~~~r~~r~~ Isl::r:Ss for a period of two years. Mr. rains post in SOUth Carolina. ~ Immmmm,,~mmmmlmlm, u++mmimmttt~mD Mr. aM were visitors ~ at the J~n near M0sh- ,~ er Friday, ~ Mr. an