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Beach, North Dakota
December 23, 1937     Golden Valley News
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URBAN C~tRISTMAS Chicago, Ill.--Offices ofa sky- scraper, some lighted, some dark, ~[orm the gigantic symbol of the :modern world's faith in the re-birth mf a new world at Christmastide, mmm~m~ ,W AUX. m l I Mr. and Mrs. Pete Kramer were vis- ~itors in town Sunday. Mrs. Glenn Hayes and son Max acre .Beach visitors between trains Monday. J. E. Coffman is a business visitor in Livingston. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Zinsli from south ~f Beac~h were in town Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Drake, Mr. and "Mrs, R. H. Welsh. Mrs. Claire Samson ~and Mrs. George Edihoffer were shop- ~ing In Glendive Friday. Mr, John Oreenup and son from ~aar were county seat vt~ltors Satur- ~lay. Mrs. Paul Drake of Olendive brought :her mother, M~. Peter Teska home ~nday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry ~pfl autoed to :Beach Saturday evening, Tlmir daush- ter, Miss Evelyn came home with ~nd spent Sunday. Grandma Teeters .left last week for ~Washington where she plans to spend ~the winter with her daughter. Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Steele. Mrs. Mary ?scammon and daughters were shopping ~-~ Beach one daY last week. Miss Charlotte lzqscher is expected home Thursday from Minnesota where ~ae teaches ~hool, to spend her vacao tion with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. A. Fischer, their son Willis. is also expected home from the west for Christmas. Mrs. LlUlan Good came Sunday ?Sunday night from Pompey's Pillar, ~alled here by the illness of her breth- ~er. Stewart Stair. M~. and Mrs. Mike Kramer were ~h:pplng in Glendlve and Beach Sat~ :Urday. Mr. and Mrs. George Balough arriv- ~ed Saturday from the western part ~of the state to vl3it the latter's par- en+.~, Mr. and Mrs. D~n Sutherland. Miss Helen Douthlt was a passenger to Beach Sunday morning. Misses Ruth Woodhotrse. Alma :Mueller Lois Woods. Margle Nelson ~and Selma Lars~n who attend E M. .~S. Normal school at Billings came Frlo ~y to spend their Christmas vacation ~t their respective homes. : Mr. Ryan and Mr. Ballard came from ~the west Friday afternoon and were business visitors in C~:]y:~ the same day. Ralph Zabr,~ski who a~tJ~ds school in :M, ssoula, is home for his vacation. Charlotte Mc, Cabe. Carrol Meyer, Mr. 'and Mrs. Martin Ohmstad were among those who were sh pp~ng in Beach on Monday. Misses Margle F~It~rmeyer, Dorothy .Manning ~n~ Jea~)et.t,e Welsh who are teaching in G~en~ve ~--~ home for their vacat!c::~ ~ their parental :h~mes. The young people of the Christian l~undamental church enjoyed a social evening .at the parsonage with Mr. Kenyon Friday evening. Mrs. Annie Mongol left Friday after- noon for Dillon to visit her daughter, .Mrs. Hubbard. The lOcal ba,ske~.ball teams won their "R~mes played with Sentinel Butte on Wedneday evening. The high school team was defeated by one point at l~,kaiaka Friday evening but wen the game played at Baker Saturday eve- nine. Mr. and Mrs. Claude Anderson ~nd .daughter, Mr. and Mrs. E A. Brand, Mrs. B. Sherman Mrs. Robert Ander- son, Mr. 'and Mrs. C. A. Steele. Mr. and :Mrs. ~Dan StDckwell, Mrs. Reuben ~Amunrud, Oen~ Welsh and Mrs. B. "Welsh were among those who autoed ~to Olendlve Friday. Mrs. B~rbara Rimel was called to Miles City ~turday on account of tlte serious illness of her mother, Mrs. Eva Webber who has been a sufferer at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Wm. VII,Ate. She was taken to the hospital Saturday Where her many friends hope l~r a speedy recovery. Mrs. Mary Scammon was hostess to Sunnyvale Homema s b a .ker' Clu t a ~ Tuesday. All enjoyed the!-fine program and tasty lunch. Mlt~'~t~oml W~tklns who teaches at Mont. came Sunday to nor parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. I,. War- THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEW~ cessary to amputate his arm Saturday other relative. THURSDAY, DEC. 23, 1937 their an- spend her vacation at the home of kins. Miss Eld.~ Watkins who teaches at Big Timber is expected home ThUrs- 2ay to jcin the family circle for the holidays. The R. N, A. Juveniles enjoyed their annual Christmas party at the home of ?]Irs. Bert Carroll with the Carrol boys as hosts. There was an exchange of gifts and a fine supper was enjoyed. Mr. and Mr. Tom Btmhell left Mon- day for Helena to spend the holidays with their daughter, Mrs. Win. Bell and family. Mr. and Mrs. David Dick from St. Phtlips spent the week end with Mrs. Dick's parents. Saturday Mrs. Carlson accompanied them to Olendive. Mrs. Burton Welsh was hostess to tl~e W. C, T. U. at her home one day last week. The meeting was presided over by the president, Mrs. O. Ponath, after which refreshments were served. Mr. Jack Ballard returned to Helena Monday after spending the week end with his family. Mrs. Sadie Kramer and her pupils had a fine Christmas program at the Yates School Tuesday evening, Earl Dunsworth and Miss Thora Presthus were guests at the David Baird home Sunday. Benny Reemtz, Jane Lawrence, Ruth Coffman and Edna Skaar were among those who attended the show in Beach Saturday evening. John Kenyon was a Sunda,- dinner guest at the Frank Stipek horr:& Adolph Germann has been laid up at his home northeast of town for nearly two weeks as the result of an accident he sustained while working in a coal mine. Mr. and Mrs. Will Welsh and daugh- ter were calling on f, iend:;'~, in town on Monday. The ladies of the P. and B. Woman s Club enjoyed a costume party Thurs- day evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Page and children of Whitehall Mrs. Forrest Johnson of Livingston' and Guy Page arrived at the home of Mrs. Page's brother, Simon Hazelton Friday night. They left Tuesday for Chicago to spend Christmas With Mr. and Mrs. James IImmlton after which they will go on to Alabama to visit the Archle and Lester Page families, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Page plan to return witch them to make their home in Montana. All these fine peopl~ used to live near the Blue I~o~ntalns in this county and have ~y friends who were glad to see them. Thursday mo~d~ a sad accident oc- cured at the home of Mr. and Mrs. St~m~rt Stair~r' Falrview when a ladder wi~eh ~[r. Stair was using, slipped causing him to fall and break both bones In hl~ right arm. He was taken to the Olendtve hospital for care, morning. Stewart is the eldest son of The Woman's Club held nual Christmas party at the home of county commissioner and Mrs. E.B. Mrs. M. P. Ostby Monday evening when Stair and having spent most of his life fine program, an exchange o, gifts here. he has a host of friends wh~ are wishing him a speedy recovery. At and a lovely lunch was s~rved. Mrs. last reports he was doing as well as Ostby was assisted by four other mem- thers. could be expected. Wer'e wishing all our readers a Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hartse and happy holiday season. children, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ballard The children of the M. E. church un- der the direction of Miss Virginia Bailey put on a fine Christmas pro- gram Tuesday evening a~ the church. BROTHER OF LOCAL MAN PASSES IN RED WING Emil Tobias passed away m Red Minnesota, last Thursday, and funeral and children, Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Welsh and children, Mrs. Albert Kroll and children, Mr..and Mrs. A. E. Brand, Mrs. Joe Stewart and children, Mrs. Arthur Thrams apd sons, Mr. and Mrs. "Tom Lynn and children, Arthur Lar- s~l~ and the McDonald family were among the Wlbaux county folks seen in Beach Saturday. Mrs. Joe Stewart who spent last week with her children who attend services were held on Saturday ~ae:'c. school here, returned to her home in lHe was the younges~ brother of Theo. the north cauntry Monday. I . Tobias of this city, who had gone Miss Dorothy Meyer plans to leave do~n there about a week ago, having the last of the week for Wisconsin to been called there by his serious illness. i ..... . ................. i As Christmas Rolls Around Our ~# thoughts revert gratefully to those who .~ have made possible our progress. We extend our Heartiest Greetings for A MERRY CHRISTMAS And A Very .... IF ~' HAPPY NEW YEAR Smith's S ndard Service ' Frankie Smith Fred Buidhaupt Gas Gangrened~vlo~andltwasne.~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ~ ] This Week In Glendive AT EASTERN MONTANA'S FINEST THEATRE AIR CONDITIONED BY " CARRIER" NOTHING [S TOO GOOD FOR OUR FRIENDS ~~~ ~:~ ~. ~r~' ~_~~ ~, - ~ Rose [ The Rcse Theatre Merry Christmas A Happy and Pros- perou~ New Year! "-.,__L _- _-_ .~ . .v,~:~:~ _.. _ FOR CHRISTMAS! THURSDAY - FRIDAY ~ S, ATURDAY Matinee Sat. - Sun. 2 p. m. ONLY 10c ...... 40c Kiddies 15c Sat.-Sun. Nites Shows at 7-9 p. m. wishes everyone a Latest News Events '1 Starts At Midnite Preview Sat. 11:30 SUNDAY - MONDAY - TUESDAY "GIVE ME JUST CNE MORE CHANCE FOR ROMANCE!" You'll want to see it t twice! We Take This 0pport,mity To Thank You We've Got some- thing Here! for your patronage during the past year and wish you all A VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS and A HAPPY NEW Randal Thompson Victor Thompson Golden Valley Lumber Co. Beach North Dakota. / LATE Extr~ Added! Mickey Mouse Moving Day" spev M at t Who a w, face prov pect that Gre~ of a to t] Mrsl the scho toC the Jol~ stat~ were then tru~ M a w~ do~ Mo~ M staa