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December 30, 1943     Golden Valley News
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NUMBER 8 GOLDEN VALLEY NEWS i , " , BEACH, GOLDEN VALLEY COUNTY, NORTH DAKOTA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1943 NUMBER 14 Shows A Record in Chest Drive Valley county is probably g~ily county in the western the state that is behind for the National War All communities surrounding, surpassed their quota, cast on our good and pros-] community and an appeal is made to all workers and all to get their contributions as possible. are probably some of our who do not understand National War Chest really a plan, requested by our to raise funds for individual and very worthy the most important Is probably the U. S. O., Service Organi- recreational quar- our fighting men all over If you would ask any from the last war what it to him to be able to step rain and mud to drink a hot coffee or hot chocolate, himself along with other and desolate comrades, be with writing materials to write home, converse a~ honest-to-God smiling girl canteen worker, the that he would give you Probably make you dig deep- Your jeans and say "Here, Iql certainly help." Under plan of soliciting eighteen prganizations all it is made comparatively people compared with eighteen separate We are really ashamed of citizen with service, who absolutely contribution. It's a case tulknowingly, letting his ~a down. not been approached .0f the workers and wish to this worthy cause, check to North Dakota Fund, John Kgohane, Beach, N. D. Help county keep its good Christmas Presented program of the was held on evening, December 23rd, following program was ~lano selection "A Medley Walter Hubble; Song Come All ye Faithful"; the pastor; "Welcome" Still. Pageant" by the sun- entitled, "There was gave a Lamb." The music the direction of Mrs. the coaching of the Mrs. J. Roberts: the were arranged by and Keith ZinslL from the colored -~ Stars and the.IAttle Town a most pleasin__g and The chief, chaxact- Gwenda Roberts; the grain," Jack man with the bag Wenberg; '~rhe Colleen NeudeclL representatives of shepherds, wise- angels. to the World, cc~e"; Solo, "Just a :Mary Men~; solo, Manger," Lynn Neu- Little Sttm~ger", Mary Menke, and Solo, "I heard the Elaine Han- Claus arrived in after exchanging distributed, A eve- by a full Mr. and Mrs. time residents entertained at a Party in their newly of Be~ch. a bounteous dinner relatives and were of the evening. At for Pep- in their 11 TIME has reaped a harvest of blood and tears during the year just past, but there have been good things, too. There has been the conviction that the effort, the material goods, the precious human lives that have been sacrificed have been given for a profoundly worthy cause. There has been the feeling of brotherhood in working together toward a common aim --the disappearance of much petty selfishness--the growing re~dization of the meaning of a large view, a world view. It is our privilege, in 1944, to strive to bring these good thimgs into even greater prominence, to fight a hard fight with a goal that is richer, finer, because of knowledge that the struggle has given us. Local Lodges Install Officers for 1944 Th~ members of Sunset Lodge No. 88 of A. F. & A. M. enjoyed a big turkey dinner at. their reg- ular meeting Tuesday evening, De- cember 21st, after which the new officers wer~ installed into their re- spective stations. New officers are: Randal Thompson, Worthy Master; R. A. Noyes; Senior Warden; Stan- ley Raisler, Junior Warden; Elmer Ratsler, Senior Deacon; Guerdon Algulre, Junior Deacon; Fred Don- aldson, Senior Steward; George R. Raisler, Junior Steward; Donald Hammond, Tyler; A. E, Kastein, Treasurer; E. M. Enderle, Secretary. The 1944 staff of officers of tim Order of Eastern Star for Chapter No. 70 were installed Tuesday eve- ning at an installation ceremony in the Masonic Temple. Mrs. Fred splegelberg acted as installing offi- cer and Mrs. James Donaldson as the installing marshall, when the following officers were inducted: Worthy Matron, Edella Oeeh; Wor- thy Patron, Fred Shipman; Asso. Matron, Pearl Blair; Asso. Patron, E. M. Enderle; Secretary, Faith Menke; Treasurer, Minnie Smith; Conductress, Grace Houck; Asso. Conductress, Ima Raisler; Trustee, Addle spiegelberg; Organist, Mary Palmer; Adah, Nettle Shipman; Ruth, Margaret Spelgelberg; Esther, Ollie Donaldson; Martha, Dorothy Thompson; Elects, Ina Curl; War- der, Hfldora Huber; Sentinel, Luella Schulz. A "sack" lunch was enjoyed by the members after the meeting. V- ENJOY NOVEL PROGRAM On Thursday of last week, the pupils of the Yates School and their teacher, Mrs. Sadie Kramer, enjoyed a Christmas dinner instead of the usual Christmas program. The school roon~ had-been appro- priately decorated for the occasion, and needless ~o say, the center of attraction was the prettily decorat- ed Christmas tree, under which were presents and'a treat for each. The pupils voted this one of their most enjoyable parties. News Happenings in Beach Mrs. Lydia Harp is seriously ill at her home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hubble were guests at the R. H. Welsh home christmas evening. Billy Johnson is spending a few days this week with relatives in Dickinson. Woodrow Gass of Wibaux was in Beach several times the past week taking treatments for rheumatism. Mrs. Minnie Duckwitz of Hebron came Monday to spend a few days with Mrs. Nina Kramer. Mr. and Mrs. Claus Rishvold spent Christmas at the C. E. Pierce and Ralph Schumacher homes in Glendive, returning home Sunday night. Miss Elsie Goodale, who spent christmas with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Goodale of Trotters, returned Monday evening to Bis- marck, where She is employed. Mr. and Mrs. RoY Snow of RockY Butte, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhardt Fischer and baby of Golva and Bob Dick of Wlbaux were dinner guests at the R. H. Welsh home Sunday evening. Mrs. Don Hardy and son Thomas and Miss Frances Zlegler of Dick- inson spent Christmas at the james Hardy home. Miss Ziegler returned to Dickinson Sunday but Mrs. Hardy remained until Tuesday. Mrs. Roy Noyes and Mrs. Harold Smith left Sunday for Los Angeles, Calif. Mrs. Noyes will Join her husband, who is employed there, and Mrs. Smith will visit relatives. Mrs. Fred Donaldson will assist in the Mildrella Shoppe during Mrs. Smith's absence, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Klein re- turned Friday morning from a six weeks visit to various points in Minnesota. They also attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. August Junke at New Ulm, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Junke are former residents of Golden Valley county. A good war policy is to be pessi- mistic about the present and opti- mistic about the future. Contribute to the War Chest! Harold Smith spent Christmas with relatives in Fargo. Mr. and Mrs. N. G. Hudson and grandson of Glendive spent Sunday at the T. E. Hudson home. Mark Gilman. who spent Christ- mas in Minor, returned home Mon- day. Mrs. Gilman remained for a longer visit. Do your trading in Beach! Miss Gertrud~ Kretterman, teach- er in the Adventist school, left Thursday for Minot to spend the holidays with relatives. Captain and Mrs. Joe Niece ar- rived from Rapid City, S. D. on Thursday night to spend Christmas wlth his parents, Dr. and Mrs. O. R. Niece. Mrs. Anna Moyer came from Glen Ullln Friday morning to spend Christmas with her dat~h- ters, Mrs. Lena Readinger and Miss Oiga Moyer. She returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Thill enter- tained at Christmas dinner the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Kukowski, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Kress and family, and Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Larsen and daugh- ters of Golva. Pet. Gerald Gilman arrived frtnnf Camp Carson, Colorado, on Friday~ last to spend his 21-day furloughI with his family and other relatlves~ and friends. Out of his ten months/ in the service, he has seen four anal one-half months in the Aleutian/ Islands. This is his first furlough. Mr. and Mrs. Wln. LaMeres, who have been visiting relatives at Beach and wtbaux left for their home in Billings Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Still were hosts at Christmas dinner when they had as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Err. Breitenfeldt and daUgh- ters, Grandma Breitenfeldt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Still and family, Mrs. Floy Woodhull, Pat and Bob Wood- hull, Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Scheffer and son of Carlyle, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Baird, Loren Watkins, J. M. Still and Robert Still. Eight Injured in Auto Accident Last Wednesday night about lO o'clock, eight people were injured, two of them seriously when the car in which they Were returning from a Christmas program at the Douglas school, overturned when the driver, because of poor visibil- ity, missed the corner. The acci- i dent ocurred 16 miles southwest of Beach on the North Dakota-Mon- tana state line. The injured per- I sons were picked up by Guy Curl, Morris Douglas and John Dobr0w- ski and brought to the Beach hos- pital where all were treated for injuries. The injured were: Mrs. George Rising, her son Albert, driver of the car, and two daughters, Eva and Gertrude, Dorothy Susa, and Hazel, Lenore and Leslie Hartse, children of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Hartse. Hazel Hartse and Eva Rising who were the most seriously injured, having fractured skulls and bad lacerations, are getting along nice- ly, but are still confined to the hospital. Gertrude Rising had a fractured Shoulder, Leslie Hartse a broken arm, Albert Rising bad la- cerations and the others were treat- ed for shock and minor injuries. ~V FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH New Year's Wake at parsonage Friday beginning at 9 P. M. Services New Year's Day 11 A. M. Sentinel Butte: Services .Sunday at Ii A. M. Garner: Services Sunday at 3 P. M. ~-V Farm feeds usually are good sources of all vitamins except A and D Yellow corn, silage and green leafy hay contain carotene, from which animals make their own vitamin A. High quality sun- cured roughage contains fair amounts of vitamin D. ~mv Bromegrass pasture for hogs re- duces the requirements for both protein feeds and grain in finish- ing them for market and there is a considerable saving in costs. Wedding Vows Exchanged in Billings Dec. 11 The American Lutheran church in Billings, Mont. was the eee~ of a wedding Saturday evening, December eleventh, when Miss Emm~ Jean Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Sayles F. Peterson of Huntley, Mont. (formerly of Beach) became the bride of Edwin Ken- neth Fahlstrom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Gunnsr Fahistrom of Golva, at a beautiful candlelight service, The Rev. C. Johnson read the double ring ceremony before & background of white chrysantheo mums und pink snalxiragons. MZ. Brur~vold sang 'rBecause". FOr her wedding, the bride chose a light blue Jersey two-piece dress with white trimming and a small white hat with a shoulder length veil. Her corsage was gardenias and red roses. Miss Lucille Larson of Billings was her only attendant, She wore a dress of soldier blue crepe with a rose colored hat and a corsag0 of dark red roses. Robert Peterson, brother of the bride, attended tl~ groom. Mrs. Fahlstrom graduated from Beach High School with the class of 1938. For the past five years she has been employed by the "Mountain States Telephone and Telegraph company, two years in Wibaux and the last three years in Billings. The groom is a grad- uate of the Oolva High School, the State Teachers College of Dlckin, son, the Interstate College of Fargo and the Northwestern Busine~ College of Portland. Ore. After the ceremony a re~ptlon was held in the church parlors. The family was seated at a table centered with a beautifully deeorat- ed three-tier wedding cake. Following a two weeks wedding trip to Portland, Ore., where both have relatives, the couple will make their home on his father's farm, The newlyweds have a host of friends in Beach, Golva and Wl, baux who wish them much happlo hess in their new venture. Former Beach re~ddents who at, tended the wedding included: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roberts, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Anderson and :Mr. and Mrs. Win. Turnquist. Out of town guests were Miss Betty Bryce of Miles City, Mont., Mrs. R, H. Welsh of Wibaux and Robert Peters~t of Shelby, Mont. DIES IN FARGO HOSPITAL Word has been received in Beach of the death of Dorothy E, Smith of Fargo, who died in a Fargo hospital, where she had been a patient since November 18th. Miss. Smith was born in Chicago, Ill. November 25th, 1908. She lived in Beach until 1927, when she went to Fargo to make her home with an uncle and aunt, Mr ~and Mrs. R. E. Conlon. She was a graduate of the NDAC, where she was affil- iated with Alpha Gamma Delta sorority. Miss Smith was a social welfare case worker in North Da- kota and has also been connected with the ~ed Cross on the west coast. V-- CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH Rev. John Roberts, Pastor 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 7:30 P. M. A Watch Night service at the church on New Year's eve at 11:00 P.M. All are welcome. 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-- FUNERAL SERVICES HELD Private funeral services were held from the home at ten o'clock Wed- nesday morning for John B, Kukowski. 64, who passed away on Christmas day after a short illness. He is survived by three daughters, Mrs. Henrietta Wallace of Dickin- son, Mrs. Stanley Raisler and Shir- ley Kukowski, and three sons, Harry, Frank and Eddie, all of Beach. :!utte B m i I Annual Firemens' Bali , Years Night Sat. January, 1 st,