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Beach, North Dakota
December 23, 1943     Golden Valley News
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f As we come to the close of another year, it is our sin: cere hope that' the friendliness that has marked our associations in the past will continue and grow stronger as the years go by. Best wishes for a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. Woodward Bros. Drug Store i i THE GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS I I WIBAUX NEWS Mrs. George Petermann was a shopper in Beach Friday. Sam Carlson of Miles City was a caller in Wibaux Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Amunrud were shoppers in Glendive Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Payne re- turned from Bismarck Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Anderson were in Friday from the country visiting and shopping. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Zopfi and son were in Glendive on business Wednesday. At Red Cross Friday Mrs. Schen- del and Mrs. Hazlewood served lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Jeerers of Glendive spent Wednesday at the Hall home. I I I I Last Sunday evening the Metho- dist Church had a beautiful candie- E light service with the following program: Processional; "O, Come | All Ye Faithful," piano solo by Miss Eustace; song, "It Came Upon a Midnight Clear" by high school class, who also sang "O Little Town of Bethlehem"; O Holy Night" by Miss Keith; "Star of the East" by Jean Polen; story "Silent Night" by Virginia Bailey; closing song, "Silent Night"; and Benediction by Rev. MacTavlsh. Tuesday night the business men gave the annual treat for the chil- dren of the community after the Christmas program at the school- house. The program, prepared by the teachers, was as follows: Acrostic, Ist and 2nd grades: "Wel- come"; operetta, 1st and 2nd grades "Heigh-ho. It's Christmas,,; play, 7th grade, "Aunt Hepsy's Christmas Stocking"; vocal solo, grades, "Heigh-ho, It's Christmas"; Mr. and Mrs. E Ueckert of play, 8th grade, '~rhe Horton's ~r ~IIR ~~J~ ~-~~-~ Beach visited at the Grifftth home Christmas Trip"; pageant, 3rd, 4th, Wednesday evening. 5th and 6th grades, "Star of Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Chaffee and Bethlehem." daughter Betty and Miss Shirleyl Bixby spent Monday in Glendive. I IN THE SPIRIT i~, Mrs. Clara Cowee spent a few JOF CHRISTMAS days at the Dickinson hoepital last / week for medical care, t The Christmas season awak- i~:g:n:::~::r~;eh~yr ~~ Mrs. Slg Pederson entertained~ens in us, in common with ev- ~~~] extend i her sewing club Wednesday after-Ierytendom,ther humanthe realizationbeing in Chris-that L~.,~J mos Greetings tO the .epic it noon. 'whatever our personal animosi- Mrs. Louise Larson came home ties or our petty quarrels, there serves. - Tuesday from Wisconsin, where she is this sublime occasion devoted I ~ May continued success and spent several months with relatives, to peace and good will on earth. R. J. Scammon, Wayne Smith It brings us to the conscious- floppiness be yours in the New and Earl Baker were business ness that life is something more callers in Miles City last Friday. than selfish pursuit of happi- ness~that the happiness of oth- Logan Feed Mill L. D. LOGAN, Manager Mrs. E. Brenneise is a patient at the Beach hospital, Mr. Brenneise taking her over Sunday. Bobby Klake left for Sioux Falls, S. D. Sunday to be with his par- ents for the holidays. Mrs. Martha Bausch left Sunday for Minneapolis, Minn. after a short visit at the W. Schuett home. Mrs. Dan Sutherland left Wed- - - I nesday for Ohio, where she will spend two weeks with her mother. Raymond Still and Bob Dick left Wednesday for Butte to be induct- ed into the service. ers is in reality our first concern. It elevates us to a higher level. It typifies not alone peace and good will, but carries the essence of unselfishness and pure love, the most common expression of which is the giving of gifts. When the infh(ence of Christ- mas is so effective that its spir- it shall gulde the affairs of ev- ery day, the Utopian age, of which every mortal dreams, will have arrived. We have this day and if we Thursday, December 23, !943 I I Ik IT IS OUR PRIVILG~" TO SAY TO YOU " ~ MERRY CHRIST MAS Zvcry year we look/orward ~o this occasion because it gives us a splendid opportunity to not only wish you all the good things/or the coming year, but to thank you/or your courtesies in the past. MILLER'S Reading Glasses .... 50c to $6.00 Double Vision .... $3.00 to $15.00 Late Gold Glasses - - $10.00 to $15.00 Kids Glasses - - $6.00 to $8.00 Any Lens Duplicated G. GILBERTSON OPTICAL SPECIALIST BEACH, N. DAK. OH IYTMAYTIME Beach Postoffice Force A. J. Gilman and M. E. Gilman ~ G. T. Thompson M. J. Tobias ~ D. M. Snow -- J. W. Gardner E. O. Barkland I~' OLD FASHIONED MERRY CHRISTMAS IN STREAMLINED DRESS May the Yuletide Season, with all its spklt of good fellowship, bring great ioy to you end abundant prosperity in tl~e coming year. CRESCENT HARDWARE Wibaux, Montana To the Friends of This Firm DUNHAMLuMBER CO. JOHN L. HO OLD,,Manager SENTINEL BUTTE, N. D. Mrs. Arley Helvik entertained the Optimistic Eight Bridge Club Mon- day evening. Mrs. Tom Parker entertained the American Legion Aux~.ary last Monday evening. Ervin Breltenfelt was In Glendive Thursday to bring Mrs. Breitenfelt home from the hospital. The Lions Club met Monday eve- ning at the Sutherland dining room for dinner and their meeting. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Watkins left last Tuesday for California, where they will spend the winter with their daughters. A group of men went out Wed- nesday to the cedars and got a community Christmas tree for main street. Miss Charlotte Fischer came home Sunday from Lake Forrest, Ill. to spend Christmas vacation with her parents. Glenn Hayes, enroute from Wis- consin to Washington, stopped over to visit friends for a few days last week. The Badlands Homemakers Club had a Christmas party and meet- ing at the M. L. Wheeler home Saturday evening. Mrs. E. B. Staire returned sun- d~y from the west coast and Pore- Pillar, where she has been visiting for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Symington of Poison are the parents of an 11 pound baby boy, born Decem- ber 9th. They are former residents of Wibaux. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Manning drove to Wolf Point Thursday and met the Misses Shirley Faltermeyer and Patty Manning to bring them home for their Christmas vacation from their school at Havre. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Pinkie en- tertained the Cottonwood Home- makers Club at their home Satur- day evening. A Christmas party was enjoyed by all the members and their families. The Womens Club met at the home of Ms. Louise sletten Mon- day evening and had their annual Christmas party. Gifts were ex- changed and a very nice program presented. A lovely lunch was serv- ed by the hostess. Shopping in Olendlve Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. James Grlffl~h and daltght~r, Mr. and Mrs. Ral Welsh and son, Mr: and Mrs. Johnny Woods, Mr. and Mrs. L. Hartse and daughter, George I_~r- son, Miss Loretta Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Stockwell and Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. Sig Pederson and chil- dren, and A. Levine. Mrs. E. Goos~en entertained her Sunday School class at dinner on Monday evening and gave a Christ- mas party after the dinner. Pres- ent were Renee HOughton, Lena Jean Reinecke, Donna Mac Hartse, Jane Owens, Margaret Welliever, Marian Carlson and Ruth Etta Petermann. The" Christian Fundamental Ladies Aid was entertained at the Clubhouse Thursday afternoon by Mrs. A lda Hanson. The following Christm~as :program was presented by Mrs. Mary scammon: a piano sol0 by M~s.~ ~ M. P. Ostby; a read- ing' by Mrs. E. Welltever; a song by Mrs. Ralph Baird; and a read- lng by Mrs. ~o~en, The ar~)ual by Mrs. E. Wellis~r in a ele do not mar its ideal, its fruit will produce other days of the kind. In the making of a news- MERRY CHRISTMAS[ paper, we have an opportunity to view the conflicting forces of humanity. We see the good and the bad, the selfish and unselfish. We believe that good is more acvtive than bad. WHAT INFLATION DOES James F. Brynes, director of war~ mobilization, says that the Ameri- can people do not realize the supreme importance of holding the line against inflation. Perhaps the main trouble is that the word "in- flation" sounds to the average per- son like something he once read about in textbooks, but he does not quite understand what it means, and how it will hit him. Inflation means a general rise of the price level It produces some apparent prosperity while it lasts, but when the conditions pass that created it, like the present war emergency, prices drop. That leads producers to delay buying, In the hope of getting lower prices. The effect of that is to throw a great number of people out of work. There was such a depression following the first World War, and it came because prices got up very higl~. People should cooperate to prevent that thing from happening again. V- Children have commonly showed renewed interest in Sunday School teaching for a month or so before Christmas. V Perhaps one reason why children disbelieve in Santa Claus is that he is supposed to hand out gifts only to good children. V i If there is any better place in which to buy Christmas gifts than' Beach, we don't know where it is. LI ......... ~. C OR D I A L 1] We have a host of friends in this It] area whom we would like to see per- Ill sonally in order to exte~g -,, " Christmas Greeting. Ill We may not get around to every- Ill body so we ask that you consider this I!1 as being .o genuine expression o,~' Ul good wishes to each of you and o hearty thank you for post courtesic= STANLEY RAISLER, Proprietor As you gather with friends and loved ones for a fes- tlve Christmastime, please be mindful that our thoughts ore for you and yours. We wish you a season of happiness, mingled with the many blessings you so richly deserve. The BIJOU THEATRE BEACH, NORTH DAKOTA