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Golden Valley News
Beach, North Dakota
December 23, 1943     Golden Valley News
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December 23, 1943
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U' Carl Moen has been staying at il~aker the past several days. Z~ Carl Rest was taken to Baker ~-raimday for medical attention be- ~|~ cause of a severe attack of the flu. l-.~ Mrs. E. J. Martin was taken to Hthe hospital at Baker Saturday after being ill several days. H Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Beach were ][~ SUpper guests of Mr. and Mrs. t~, ~verett Plummer on Sunday. S~~' Mr. and Mrs. Bud Bowen of Har- lan, Iowa are the parents of a I~| baby boy born December 14th. | Mr. and Mrs. Roy Holder eli I/ Cabin Creek were supper guests at i the Pat Plummer home Sunday. ~1 Mrs. John Schlect and infant ~:1 daughter returned hom~ from the ~| hospital Tuesday. .. .| Mr. and Mrs. Murrey Mumner ~:| and Oscar Keener were Sunday glmsts at the Ernie Stark home. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace' Pray, Ken- neth and Harry were Supper guests at the Fay Shepherd home Friday. t~ening. Mrs. Charles Abrams spent sev- cacti ~ays last week with her ~other, Mrs. Cynthia Stark of Baker, who has not been well. Langdon and Langdon, ranchers the Little Missouri, shipped a ~aUnber of carloads of cattle from Wednesday. -~Mr..and Mrs. Dave McCann of ~lbaux w~re visitors at the A. F. Elater home Wednesday. Mr. Mc- had sheep shipped from here that day. The Misses Eleanore Slater of ~lllings and Jewell Slater of Helena arrived December 20th at the home their parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. 1~. Slater, to spend their holiday ~tions. WANT ADS TWO C]~NTS PER WORD PER /SfiUE If you ~- to buy or NIl t~nothinV; Lf you need help wlnt Job, you osn got from Nowa W/nt Ads. No~ad ~optod fo~ 1us then 1~ pe~ insertion. A mnrvlce ~.of 25c will be made for adS. , M0R SALE--Poland China. Boars. '~ LeWis Odland, Beach. 12-2tp ':*~BALE--1 Chevrolet motor, : 1933~ and four wheel trailer. Tom Zabrecki. 12 -2tp ~R-R SALF_e--One good 3-year-old . .buck sheep Paul Wehrman, : ~k~ntlnel Butte. 13-1tc &NTED---Experienced wai t r e s $. Top wages, good hours. Cozy Care, Beach. 12-2tc I~R SALE---19~ Chevrolet coach In good condition. Frank Kukow- ski, Beach. 11-3tp ~,~R SALE--1935 Ford V-8 coupe. ~'~'~eilent condition, good rubber. C: H. Stecker. Phone 84W. 13-2tp ~'~T~Friday, a pair of white wool mittens with blue cuffs. Leave at News office. Mrs. Gurnia Rlsll. :: 13-1tp l~)ST~Hub cap for 1941 Oldsmobile between Alpha and Beach. Finder leave at News office for reward. Ed. Kouba. 13-1tp ~'~M--M FOR SALE--On account of Door health, will have to sell farm. W.P. Witthof, Route two, Beach. 12-2tp ~Two keys on chain with' red dlce. Owner may have same by paying for this ad. Call at News office. 13-1to Dig, $~0; one whiteface buck Sheep, $10. Chas. Lingk, Beach, N.D. 13-1tp Mr. and Mrs. June Blllington were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Carl Rose home. Robert Bendixon of Mobridge, S. D. is staying at the home of his aunt, Mrs. George Rustad, and at- tending school here. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Shepherd and family, Mr. and Mrs. Pat Plummer and son, and Mr. and Mrs. Cloud Baker were among those at Baker Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bennie Jesfield spent, the day at Miles Cits, Wed- nesday. Their son, Jimmie, stayed with Mrs. Ross Cameron during l their absence. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Hudson and family w.ere supper guests of Mr. t and' Mrs. Byron Hudson at Baker Saturday evening. They also at- tended the .show. The Ed Hartse family were hosts at a dancing party for the com- munity at the Slater school Satur- day evening. A good time was had by all and a lovely lunch was served at a late hour. Grandma Bowen of Harlan, Iowa died the~e December 14th. Mrs. ~org~ :Waterland ~nd Mrs. Arnold Beach, her granddaughters, went to attend 'the funeral. Mrs. Bowen was eighty-six years of age. Mrs. L. G. Wetzel and infant daughter returned home Monday from Manhatten, Mont., where they had visited the former's parents for Several weeks. Her father has not been well for the past few weeks. Kenneth Pratt of Cabin Creek, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Pratt, was the honor guest at a dancing party at the hall Friday evening. A large number of friends attend- ed and at a late hour a tasty lunch was served. He was presented with the usual gift of money. Kenneth leaves this week for induction into the Marine Corps. V-= Mr. and Mrs. John DeBoer were Glendive shoppers Mpnday. A1 Irons drove to Beach Saturday to spend the weekend with his' dad. Mr. and Mrs. Louie McManigal were callers at the Gustafson home Friday. Leighton Nunn and Gene, and Karold Zlebarth went to the Aud Ntmn ranch Friday after calves. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Nistler were Sunday dinner guests at the Chas. Otremba home Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. C. A. Bush and son called in the Alpha community on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Pasching were Sunday dinner guests at the H. A. Schmitz home. Mrs. Leighton Nunn entertained the Alpha Birthday Club Tuesday and served a delicious dinner. Gloyd Bury returned home Tues- day after spending several days at St. Paul, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. He~lry Olsen and son were Beach shoppers Friday. Mr. Olsen had dental work done. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sonnek and family were callers at the A. G. Fasching home Sunday evening. Donald Nunn and Mrs. Fred Wohjohn transacted business in Medora Friday. Mrs. Otto Johnson was an over- night guest at the home of her daughter; Mrs. Leighton Nunn on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ziebarth and son and Mrs, Milton Ziebarth were Saturday evening callers at the Karnes Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Carlson and Miss Cora Tungsvick of Sentinel Butte were Sunday dinner guests at the Robert Sonnek home. Mr. and Mrs. John Howard and daughter were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Howard. Mrs. Harold Ziebarth entertained the U. B. Ladies Aid Thursday. A delicious dinner was served by the hostess. The ladies exchanged it 8ALE--Two black-white belt- christmas gifts. ed boars One ...... ire' Miss Mary Lou Gamroth came ~nes~er wn , weight ~t~,,t nn= ~ .... ~. ~ I home Saturday from Dickinson, ~. J. Roll. t~lv, ~ ~lwhere she is attending school, ........ ""~ n with /, ~ [spend her Christmas vac~tio I~YED'-~ne light gray n~we, lher parents, Mr. and Mrs. Nick ~_.~}. 1bE., and one light gray[Oamroth. ~ ~eming, 1600 lbs. Both have [ V-- halters on. Notify C. E. Carlson, --- ..... - ...... -=::-~ 13-1tp old to pay .tl 'cn=: it. Wilson. 1,2-2t,p R SALE-=~omplete set of new farm Light Batteries; also late model Plymouth sedan. Write Wallace A. BJelland, % Best Hotel, Glendive, Mont.. 12-2tc ST-Registered 3 mo~th Collie. Brown and white. Large dog, Answers to the name "Cappy". $10,00 to anyone who can give in- formation to return of our dog. Bill Robe, 04 7th Ave. W., Dick- t~n. l~-4te ~VAVE, ~e--Do your ~rn Permanent with ~harm-Kurl Klk Complete equipment, ln- ~uding 40 curlers and !:,~ ~y to do, absolutely ~ P'ratsod by thousands, Includ~ ~ s~ .M..~C:e~de, glamorous movie i ,:,~ t~ "- ~oney refunded if not sat- Drug. THIS FEAI sAY ,T WITH WAR BONDS. --TO HELP CRF.~TF.. A BETTER WORLD FOR 7Item "TO COME HOME TO. --TO HELP SECURE "PEACE ON EJHL~/'W. " Mrs. Schumacher left Tuesday for Minnesota to visit friends and relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhardt Fischer and Jerry were guests at the John Fischer home on Sunday. Mrs. Mary Waterland and Mrs. Arnold Beach left for Iowa, called there by the death of their grand- mother. Mr. Myers and son have been visiting Mrs. Myer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Stark the past two weeks. Mrs. Lora Strahon entertained Mr. and Mrs. Bert Covert at a turkey dinner at her home on sun- day afternoon. Mrs. Ed Martin was taken to the Baker Hospital Saturday P. M. with bronchial pneumonia. Every- one wishes her a speedy recovery. The U. B. Ladies Aid Christmas party was held at the home of Mrs, Claud Lund Thursday. The house was prettily decorated for the oc- casion. Excl~nge of gifts was held and a lovely dinner was served. BONNIE VIEW I(] LYLE ___ '.Jean Hart,_e, ~ep;rfer= h=~e froSmgt TeCxlaa;enCea ?~iLnh is Earl Higby was confined to his home Wednesday with the flu. Frank Fulton is working at the N. P. shops in Glendive. Quite a few from Carlyle at- tended Santa Claus day in Beach visitor in Olendive Monday. Saturday afternoon, m David Lunden has been confined to his bed the past week with the fin. I AMERRY Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hartse and Jean, and Harold Fulton were Glendive shoppers Friday. i CHRISTMAS Mrs. W. L/Hammond and Grace and Mrs. Ed Martin were shoppers i TO EVERYONE! in Baker Tuesday. L~wrence Maus of the U. S. Navy left ~'uesctay~ for ~his station in "" "" " ! BUTTE DRUG Mr. ~nd Mrs. Gerhardt Fischer and Earl made a buslne~ trip to Dickinson Sunday, returning Men- Mary MeCask~Y, Reporter (Too Late For Last Week) Lyle Adams made a business trip to Dickinson over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Gamroth were on the sick list with the fiu during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Nielsen and family are now nicely settled in their new home, which they pur- chased and remodeled during the past year. Pat McCaskey started work at the Texaco Service Station In Beach last Wednesday. Mrs. Lee Gross left last ThursdaY evening for South Dakota, where she will spend a short time at the home of her husband's parents, be- fore continuing on to Join her hus- band, who is stationed in Missis- sippi. Mrs. Gross spent nearly two weeks visiting at the home of her sister, Mrs. Godfrey Pesha. Harry Hill was among those who were on the sick list last week with the flu. -V~ FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH O. L. Olsrud, Pastor Tel, 154 Be~ah: The Christmas service on Christ- mas day 10:20 A. M. The Sunday Schooi Christmas tree program Sunday at q :30 P. M. Carlyle: Christmas service and program Sunday 10:30 A. M. Sentinel Butte: Christmas service and program Sunday ?A30 P. M. Mrs. Mark Freese was a business ST. JOHN'S CHUlt~H Thursday, December 23, 1943 Rev. Wm. Fred Hake, Pastor Beach, North Dakota CHRISTMAS: High Mass at Midnight. Mass at 9:80 A. M. v ST. MICHEL'8 CHURCH Rev. Win. l~ed Hake, Pastor Sentinel Butte, N. D, MaSs at mld~ght. V " CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John Roberts, Pastor leach: Church School at 10:00 A. M. Morning Worship service at II:00 A. M. Young People's meeting at 7:30 P. M. Choir practice Wednesday at 7:~0, ,P, M~~ Sentinel Butte: Afternoon service at 2:00 P. M. Young People's meeting Monday ac 7:30 P. M. Medora: Sunday School at 10:00 A. M. Afternoon service at 4:00 P. M. METHODIST CHURCH Rev. MacTavish, Pastor Sunday School at 10 A M. Preaching service at 11:00 A. M. Young People's Society at 7:30 P.M. Choir practice Wednesday at 8:00 P. M. Children's Christmas party and program Wednesday at 3:00 P. M. at the, church. Choir practice, get-to-gether and lunch Wednesday at 8:00 P. M. at the church. V - - ST. PHILIP'S CHURCH St. Philip's, Montana Christmastide Mass Schedule CHRISTMAS DAY: Midnight High Mass followed by Benediction. Second Mass at 8:30 A. M. Third Mass at 10:00 A. M, Sunday, December 26: High Mass at 10:00 A, M. New Year's Day: High Mass at I0:00 A. M. Sunday, January 2: High Mass at 10:00 A. M. V ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH V,. H. DisSen, Pastor Christmas program 1~ridaY eve- ning, December 24th at "/ P. M, Christmas service December 25 at 10:30 A. M. No service sunday, December ~6. A TO THE FARMER He's one of our most important war workers--the American farmer, His efforts, and results, in face of heavy odds deserve the thanks of all. We're proud of out farmer friends along Greyhound routes. We're pleased to serve them and glad to think we may be helping them as they help Amcrica~ Bus Depot DOERNERS CAFE Beach, N. D. I Not /ro~ the standpoint of custom only do we send you this mess. age o/Christmas cheer, but with genu- ine appreciation o] our pleasant assoc- ~ iations in the past." We extend to you our, best Wishes, and may happiness and prasperity be yours through zll the year. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Will i Red Owl Store We're glad because it is the one day o/the year when it is possible to cast aside the artificial dignities o] every day living--the one day o] the year when people can be them. selves and express sentiments th~t are too o/ten suppressed. May we resolve to strive [or a continuation ~j this wholesome attitude through. out the coming year, with more tolerance toward all, w~h a genulr~. spirit o~ brotherhood prevailing in our every transaction. With this as the background o/ mtr activities, we ]eel sure that the people o] this