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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 16, 1943     Golden Valley News
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December 16 1943 THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS PAGE FIV~ S TII BUTI Lyle M~rtin left Tuesday for a trip to MAnneapolis. MInn. Mrs. Hazel Reed has been on the list the past week. Mrs. Lyle Martin was a Dick- shopper Tuesday. Mrs. Norman Haugse and Mrs. Carlson were Beach shoppers Friday morning. Miss Higley has been confined to bed the past few days due to the flu. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pearson, the former Martha Berg, are proud parents of a baby girL ~! Rink, who :~ now employed around Hedges, ~t., spent the ~Weekend at his h~e: Mrs. Gregory ~ker spent a few days at the Matt Decker home last Mrs. Frank Ba~ returned home the Dlckins0n ~pital on Priday. Mr. and Mrs. ~arold ~is ~d Waldal were~:, Dicl~-m0n shoppers Saturday. Mrs. Jake Hess is employed at the Butte Drug during the Christ- rush. Mr. Wicks of Mlnot and Bill Dor- eeng of Belfleld were callers a~ the Farmers Elevator this week. Mr. and Mrs. George Wosepka and family were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wagner Sunday. Mrs. Mary Zinsli has been help- at the Butte Hotel the past Week. Miss Mary Zinsll has been con- fined to her bed With the flu this week. Friday night the Sentinels played Belfleld here with the score of 13-26 in favor of the Sentinels. The town independent girls team played the high school girls Frl, day evening With the score being k~ favor of the high school girls. Mrs. j. j. Hess arrived here last week from Seattle, Wash., to spend WANT ADS the winter months With her mother, Mrs. Mary Lehmann. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reinholz and Mr. and Mrs. John Sanders were Sunday dinner guests at the Elmer Rest home Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Tangen and family were Sunday visitors at the Eddie Cook home and the Calvin Demsey home. A-S Bernard M. Zlnsll of Camp Waldron : at Farragut, Idaho ar- rived here to spend several days visiting his parents and friends. Mr. and ~s. Patti ~how and family were Wednesday Dight din- ner guests at the Bert Waldal home. '" Mr. and Mrs. V~ic Carlson and Miss Cora Tung~vtcg were Sunday visit= ors at the Robert Sonneck home at Alpha. Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Nelson and Mrs. Bill Gardner called at the Paul Wagner home ~n Thursday evening. Pvt. Edward R. Kennedy from Kingsville, Texas and T-5 Bernard J. Ke~edy are visiting, with their pRrentsV Mr~ and Mrs. Edward :K~,,I for~ furloughs. ~: ~d' Mrs. Harold Davis ar- rived here from Great Falls, Sent Thursday to spend a month visit- ing at the home of Mrs. Berth~ Waldal. Mr. and Mrs. Casper Berg and family held a farewell party in honor of Hank Allen, who plans to leave for the army soon, Monday night. A fire caused by an overheated stove destroyed the house on the John Hanson farm Sunday mor- ning. The house is occupied by Floyd Wilson. Last Friday the Lutheran Ladies Aid held their bazaar at the Butte Hotel. Several nice things were sold and a lunch was served by members of the Aid. Many people attended. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Polley and daughter Ella, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Ueckert and Mr. and Mrs. John Jordan were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wischow Saturday evening. Mrs. Mary Lehmann entertained the Get-To-Gerber Club Thursday afternoon at the annual Christmas party. Mrs Gazella ~Jordan won first prize at bridge and Mrs. Ol~a Lardy second. Gifts were exchang- ed and Mrs. Lehmann served a delicious lunch. ~V~ ! GARNER NEWS I Mrs, Fred Wamlmnno Cot. V i!-FOR SALE-Poland Chin,L Roars. George Wosepka and Fred and Lewis Odland, Beach. 12-2tp Walter Wassmann were callers at the Harmon Olstad home Tuesday. SALE---1941 Ford deluxe, radio, heater and good rubber. Joe Watembach, Wlbaux, Mon- tana. ll-2tp FOR SALE--On account of Poor health, will have to sell farm. W.F. Witthoft, Route two Beach. 12-2tp ]FOR SALE--1 Chevrolet motor, i 1933, and four wheel trailer. Tom Zabrocki. 12-2tp work horse, wt. 1300, branded lazy A N on right shOUlder. Clyde Myers, Sentinel Butte. 12-1tp TRA~ED--Roan spring steer calf. Notify C. C. Clark, Beach, for reward 12-tfc UP--December 9th, 1 black cow, white face; 18 me. old white- face steer, and a spring calf. Owner to pay all costs. Chas, R. Wilson. 12-~tp FOR SALE--~omplete set of new farm Light Batteries; also late model Plymouth sedan. Write Wallace A. Bjelland, % Best Hotel, Glendive, Mont.. 12-2to FOR 8~19~ Dodge pickup, ~e?eirly good tires; 24-foot grain Dater with 4-cylinder motor; 2a-inch Red River Special separa- tor; two tractors. Frank Lechler, Bea~. 11-ltp waitress. Top Wages. good hours. Cozy Care, Beach. 12-2tc ~ALF.,--I~ Chevrolet coach in gfod condition. Frank Kukow- kl, ~. ll-3tp Golva and Alpha. Re. ward tot return. Clarence Pas- 10-2tp O~ame to my plae~ one whiteface yearling steer, no brand visible. Owner can have same by Provt~ ownership and paying for th~ ad. A. J. Beler, Beach, N.D. ll-ltp WAVE, 59c--Do your own ~ent With Charm-Kurl Kit. Complete equipment, in. ~ ding 40 curlers and shampoo. Yt0 do, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dietz and children, AI Dietz, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Sehme2ing and two children, M~s. Matt Krauso, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wassmann and Jerry, Fred Wassmann and Mrs. Johnny John- son were Beach shoppers Wed- nesday. The Pete Vanvig family was pleasantly surprised on Wednesday evening by the arrival of their son and brother, Lester, who arrived home from Guadalcanal, where he has been serving With the armed forces of the U. S. Mr. and Mrs. Art Underwood and family were Dickinson shoppers on Wednesday. Art Underwood was a caller at the F. Wassmann home Thursday. John stun was a Beach shopper Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Vieland and Inez, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Brown, Mrs. Johnny Johnson, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wassmann wele Beach shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Thorwald Viel~nd and Inez and Mrs. Johnny Johnson attended the show in Beach Satur- day afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dietz were Sm~day afternoon visitors at the Fred Wassmann home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wassmann and Jerry were Sunday visitors at the John Fakler home. Mrs. Joe Dletz received word Sunday morning of the death of he]; uncle, Ed Walter, who passed away at his in Dell Rapids, S* D. on Saturday morning. Ed was a former resident of the ~arner com- munity and has many friends here who will regret to hesx of his passing. Ed Kramers and ~mall so~. callers at the F. Wa~mann Mdnday morning. John StUn and Bill Marquette were callers on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Dletz and fam- ily were shoppers in Dickinson on Monday. ~'V FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH O. L. Olsrud, pastor Tel. 154 i Beach: Sunday School 10 A. M. Services at 11 A. M. Sermon LOCALS Mrs. Allen Woodward and Mrs. Chas. Heckaman have gone to Cali- fornia to spend the Winter. After a year in Alaska, where he was employed, Dan Cafferty has returned to his home in Beach. John Mingel and son from north of Wlbaux were shipping turkeys from Beach Friday. Harry Hubble and Ray Hathaway left Friday morning for Minneapo- lis, Minn. They will bring back a new Nash for Mr. Hubble. Miss Elizabeth Conlon, who has been a guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Keohane, returned to her home in F~rgo Friday. Wlbaux shoppers in Beach Satur- day included: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon l~eston, Mrs. A. Quiniog, Mr. and Mrs. Ass Giberson, Mrs. Hugh Baird and daughter Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Tony Moerman, Mrs. W. O. Sehuett, Mrs. Jerry Stefanovlch and daughter, Florence. Pfc. Don Carlson arrived Tuesday night from Camp Joseph T. Ro- binson, Ark., to spend a 14-day furlough with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Carlson. Pvt. Lloyd Thoemke of the U. S. Marine Corps arrived from San Diego, Calif. Wednesday for a ten day visit wlth his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thoemke. Miss Emma Jean Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Peterson, formerly of Beach, and Edwin K. Fahlstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. G. Fahlstrom of Beacl~ were married in Billings Saturday Elmer Hasbrook left the latter part of last week for Minnesota, where he will visit at several points with friends and relatives. WhAle in Minnesota Elmer intends to visit the Mayo Clinic at Rochester for a complete checkup. Aviation Cadet Harold H. Hal- stead, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Halstead of Beach, has successfully completed his basic flying training at the Lemoore Army Air field and now takes his final hurdle at an Army Air Fo#ces Advanced Flying Training School before receiving his silver wings. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCH D E. Kenney, Pastor Beach, North Dakota Sunday, December 19: 10:15 A. M., Christmas Worship service, with special music by the choir and an appropriate message by the pastor. 11:15, Bible study classes for all ages. ~:30 P. M.. the evening Worship Hour. Thursday evening, December 23, at 8:15, a Christmas program wlli be presented by the Sunday school, This will include special music, recitations, plays, etc., and will be given principally by the young people and children. Everyone is welcome to all of these services. V CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John Roberts, Pastor Beth: Church School at 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship Service at 11:00 A. M. Young People's meeting at 7:30 P. M. Choir practice Wednesday at 7:30 P. M. Sentinel Butte: Afternoon Service at 2:00 P. M. Young People's meeting Monday at 7:30 P. M. Medora: Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. Afternoon Service at 4:00 P. M. ~-V--- ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH V. H. Dissen, Pastor Be~l~ North Dakota Divine Service at 10:30 A. M. Sunday School 11:30 A. M. Please note the change in time. The Sunday School will reh~earse their Christmas program Saturday at 2 P. M, ---V-- Mr. and Mrs. Pick of Tacoma, Wn., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oswood, "and Mr. and Mrs. Wendle Youells spent Friday evening at the But- terfleld home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank I~ess and children called on Mrs. Butterfleld Sunday evening. - _ : . -_ _ .- MINERAL VAPOR BATHS and SWEDISH MASSAGE Relieves colds, Rheumatism, Arthritis, Neuritis, Sinus trouble, stimulates the nerves, increases circulation and reduces overweight. Complete Hydro-Therapy and Electro-Therapy Service Good Health is Real Wealth~Don't Walt Until it's too L~te! Make your ap~tment howl ED. S~KO Graduated Masseur ~Lady Attendant PHONE 61 "" BEACH, N. D. No One Will Guess They're LAST-MINUTE GIPTS ,i~ _~ @AYMODE* HOSIERY ~/'~.# Smooth fitting rayon 86c mesh. seamless! In the newest shades ! HANDKERCHIEF'S HANDBAGS ......... 2.98 Dressy fabrics! Roomy styles! FINE GLOVES .......... 1.98 Capeskln! Gauntlet length! KNITTING BAGS .... 98c Standing or purse type! BLOUSES ....... 1.98 Tailored for suit wear! HANDKERCHIEFS 49c GIRLS' DRESSES_I.98 Tubbable cottons, cute styles! GIRLS' JUMPERS 3.98 Wool and Rayon! WARM SKIRTS .... _2.98 Gracefully gored! Colorful! Tots' Snow SUITS__6.90 Warmly lined. With hoods~ SWEATERS 2.98 ' I WATCh-YOUR [ALT i Take care of that cold! You will |' find that Sleight's Cold,-C~psules !' and Chest Off will give almost ira- = mediate relief. , [ li 4 i Remember Santa Claus Day in i' i Beach on Saturday, December i | | i 18th, at 2 P.M.! F i . ! | | ' SLEIGHT'S CITY DRUG ' i BEACH, N. DAK. i I FINEST QUALITY CALIFORNIA NAVELS SIZE 220 ooz39 APPLES 3 WINESAP, DELICIOUS OR ROME BEAUTI~S--- FANCY OR EXTRA FANCY GRADES EMPEROR GRAPES 2 LES" 33 PASCAL CELERY L~GE SIgE-- REAL GOOD EATING GRAPEFRUIT SEEDLESS HEAD LETTUCE FORNIA ICEBERGS BROWN SUGAR TOMATO JUICE IT&p BRAND 47-OZ.4~ [~ r (S POINTS) CAN ~' TENDER PEAS ,zoo 2 z.23, (18 POINTS) CANS STRIPED N~CMtOONS MARSHMALLOW COOFJ~ SUNSHINE PUFFS MEAT FLOUR HARD CANDLES MIXED NUT~ FIRM AND FLAKY