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SATURDAY, JUNE 23, 1923
I Social and | Personal Harold Shaft Takes Bride at Pretty Home Wedding At n very pretty home wedding Miss Cor in ne lleitmnn of Grand Forks, became the bride of Harold I). Shaft of Bismarck, this morning, at Hi • lleitmnn home in Grand Forks. Dr. F. Halsey Ambrose, pastor of the Presbytciian church of Grnnd Forks read the marriage service u. 1(1 o clock, in the presence of rela livis and a few intimate friends oT the two families. The bride is the daughter of Air. and Mrs v J. L. lleitmnn of Gra'tid ftuks and the bridegroom is the son o\ Mr .an,i Mrs. E. D. Shaft of Mi in*. The bridal couple were attend 'd by Miss llehn Heitman, sister of the bride, and Arthur Shaft of Fari bault, Mum., brother c-f the bride l i onin. The romance leading to this happy marriage began in the class rooms at the University of North Dakota win n both Mr. an,j Mrs. Shaft were ; tudonts in that institution. They were graduates in the class of 1922, Vlr. Shaft receiving degree in law .loin the department of law. Since i. s. gradtiation Mr. Shaft has been • ngage-.l as a court reporter to Judges W. L. Nuossle and Fred Jansonious of the district court. After the marriage a wedding din ner was served at the home of the I r Ids parent . Decorations were charmingly carried out with an abundance of flowers about the rooms ami halls. Following a honeymoon trip to tin? lake's of Minnesota Mr. and Mrs. Shaft will be at home in Person C'c urt in this city. Vesper Service At Presbyterian Church Sunday •4 A vesper service will be held at the First Presbyterian church Sun day afternoon at 4 o’clock instead <d' (he regular evening service. Tlic' program for the service is as follow : Organ: Sonata No. 3, Guillimant KMary If. Atkinson, vipiartct: Bonum Est, Buck—Mrs. Finnk Barnes, Mrs. Conger, Mr. llal •< i on and Mr. Humphreys. Scripture Reading. Pruyi r. Solo: Gloria. Bu/.zi Peeeia — Mrs. Barnes. Organ: I.e Gygno. Saens-Saens To Spring, Grieg Pastoral, Karg Elert M ary H. Atkinson Solo: Beyond the Dawn, Sander son- Mr :. J. A. Larson. Offertory. Address —Mr. Gilbert W. Stewart. fSoloi— The Lost Chord, —Henry ffalverson. < Mgan: The Flight Into Otto Moil ing. Maestoso, MacDowell. Mary H, Atkinson Quar*et: Sing Ailelulia Forth, Buck—Mrs. Barnes, Mrs. Conger, Mr. Halverson, Mr. Humphreys. Organ: Pilgrim’s Chorus, Wagner Mary H. Atkinson. I \TTERSONS TO CHICAGO Mi, and Mrs. E. G. Patterson left this morning for Chicago where Mrs. Patterson will be under the care of Dr. Wilbur Post, heart spec ialist. Mrs. Patterson is slightly ini|«oved and it is believed under the treatment she can receive at Chicago that her condition will con tinue to improve. p lif the party also Dr. Stack hour,e and Miss Agnes Brown train ed nurse who will accompany Mrs. Patterson to Chicago. DEPARTS FOR GILBY. M iss Orma Finley, who returned to (he city several days ago from Sew ard, Alaska, where she has been teaching during the past school year left this morning for Gilby to visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. Finley after spending a few days at the home of her sister, Mrs. F. E. McCurdy. STOPS OVER. i M iss Florence Breithaupt of Spo- Jcanc, Wash., who has been spending ” several days as the guest of Mrs. A. L. Fosteson, left this morning for Minneapolis, Minn., and Des Moines. In., to visit with relatives during the summer months. Miss Breithaupt attended the Bismarck grade schools and high schools several years ago. ENROUTE TO HONOLULU Mr. and Mrs. William Albertson are now on their way to Honolulu, where Mr. Albertson, who is in the U. S. Navy, will be’ stationed, ac cording to word to William Laist. Mr. Albertson went from New Lon don, Conn., through the Panama Canal to San Francisco and sailed itam there for Honolulu PETITION FOR SCHOOL NURSE J. W. Riley, state school inspector, has returned from School officers meetings at Ellendale and Wash hVrn. He said that at til'd school officers meeting at Washburn Thursday a petition was signed by practically all the school officers asking the board of county commis sioners to employ a school nurse. I BRIDAL COUPLE RETURN Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Brandes • re turned to Bismarck yesterday after spending several weeks motoring through the lake region of Minneso ta and visiting with relatives of Dr. Brandes in Illinois. Mrs. Brandes was formerly Miss. Marian Erickson, nurse in the office of Dr. C. 0. Ro binson. i RETURNS FROM COAST. J. C. Anderson returned yesterday from Los Angeles, Calif., where he has. J|een spending the past two nloaths enjoying a vacation. .u.IIF V Trim Everything For Child With Nursery Patchwork Children’s drosses are trimmed with, patchwork—yes, not only their dresses. Tii • whole nursery must be putchwork ornamented to be right. Pillows, wall-borders, lamp shades, bedspreads, curtains and the dresses LEAVE FOR LAKER | Mr. and Mrs. Frank Andrist and daughters, Misses Frances and Dor othy will leave Sunday by uutomo b lo for the lake region of Detroit, Minn., to enjoy a week’s outing. Ac-! companying them will be John Re-j gan of Crookston, Minn., who has] been their guest for several weeks past. BRADLEY’S ESTABLISH THEM SELVES Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Bradley are es tablishing themselves at (114 Ray mond Street. Mrs. Bradley and children recently came from Illinois to Bismarck to join Mr. Bradley, secntaiy of the Association of Com merce. AMONG CITY VISITORS. Walter J. Rush of New Salem, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Fossum of Wilton, W. C. Gehrke of Baldwin, H. Pike of New Rockford, P. J. Jacobson of , Fort Yates, and Andrew Hofmeister ( of Fort Rice, were among the city visitors today. ENROUTE HOME \fr. and Mrs. Alfred Zuger and son. Jackie, are enjoying a visit in Toronto, Canada enroute to Bis marck. They made the trip up the Hudson river and expect to stop in Buffalo and Chiengo, 111., arriving! here within a week or ten days, j GUEST OF MRS. SOLBERG. Mi-s N. F. Osimberfain of Minne-' apo’’s. Minn., who has been the guest of "her sister, Mrs. Hugo Solberg for th«* two weeks, returned to ner home this morning. She will spend n day visiting with friends in Fargo. THROUGH YELLOWSTONE Misses Laura Schlechter, Bertha Sigurdson, and Milda Brelje left to dav for a vacation trip through the Yellowstone National park. They expect to be gone for about two weeks. RETURNS HOME Miss Eva Baillet who was injured Monday night when accidently struck bv an automobile and has been un der treatment at a local hospital is able to return to her home. GUESTS OF THISTLETHWAITES. v Mrs. Chester A. Wilcox and sister, Katherine Kuntz of Fargo, arrived in the city this mornig to visit with Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Thistlethwaite of 102 Avenue B. TRAVEL FUNDS Safety of funds is a matter of prime im , portance to the traveller. Nothing: can so detract from the pleasure of a vacation trip as worry about the loss of one’s money. Traveller’s cheques will provide safety and eliminate worry. These cheques are, in effect, safe guarded bank notes. They are . cashed without question by hotels, railroads, merchants, etc., only the counter-signature of the owner being required. If lost or stolen, the owner is protected aganist mone- 1 tary loss. Issued in denominations of $lO, S2O, SSO, and SIOO they constitute a convenient and highly desirable medium for travel funds. First National Bank The fionder Bank ' of the owner of (he nursery as well are all trimmed with patchwork nurs ery stories, animals and flowers. The same material, too, is used to make (hem all—gingham, chainbray cretonnes, chintzes nn,j sateen. PICNIC SUPPER. The young women employed at Will’s Seed Co., enjoyed a pleasant picnic supper at the camping grounds last evening. There were ten attend ing the picnic. LEAVES ON VISIT. M rs. B. E. Pickering left this morn ing for Hampton, la., for an extend ed visit with her daughter. Enroute she will visit for two weeks with a brother in Minneapolis. ATTENDING MEETING Mr.-. Bertha Worden of Regan delegate from Club 7(5 was in Bis marck today to attend the meeting of the Burleigh County Nonpartisan Women’s clubs. KRAFTS RETURN. Mr. and Mrs. VJ. 11. Kraft and chil dren returned yesterday from a month’s visit in Chicago, 111., Wash ington, D. C., and Atlantic City. They made the trip by automobile. GOES TO DUNN CENTER. M iss Marie Ilelgeson left yesterday for Dunn Center, after spending five weeks at the F. E. McCurdy home. U. T. C. PICNIC * All members of the U. C. T. and their families are urged* to attend the annual picnic which will he held tomorrow June 24th. Start from the Elks Hall at to o'clock and follow the arrows to the picnic* ground The Committee found it unneces sary to solicit .from all members, and if you were not solicited he at the hall and start with the crowd at 10 o’clock tomorrow morning. Signed Committee. Bismarck Ford Day, June 27. You will like Bismarck. Big picnic given by Bur leigh County Nonpartisan Women’s clubs at Yegen’s Crave, Sunday, June 24. U. S Senator T v’n J. Frazier will speak. AH cars carrying peo .ple to picnic must be at Mc- Kenzie hotel at 10 a. m. I Wildwood Pavilion Opens Ford Day, June 27th. Bismarck Ford Day, June 27. You will like Bismarck. THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE Patterson To Build • } I Bowery Pavilion On Farm South of City E. G. Patterson before hi j de parture for Chicago announced that he would build a bower dar.ee tiavilion in the grove on his farm south of Bismarck. Construe tion. he said, would start Mon lay and nat. he would build a bowery dance Aould lurinsh the music. It is un ikely that the rool garden will open urtfil Mr. Patterson returns from Chicago. * Delays Club Delegates Bring delayed bv the storm only i ft w delegates had arrived this morning in time for the opening session of the Burleigh county hapter r.f Nonpat tisan Women’s •Tubs at Baker’s hall. Mrs. C. A. ■’Usher of Valley City, state presi dent, was expected oh No. 1 on the •lorthern Pacific and it was thought bat a number of others would ar ive for the afternoon session when Mrs. C. G. Boise, chairman of the iuireigb • County Executive commit tee. and S. S. McDonald of the Workmen’s Compensation llureau, vould speak. It was thought that 'oimer Chief Justice J. R. Grace vcm I<l speak at the evening se:sion u at the close of the afternoon. <vnn J. Frazier, United States Sen ’fer from North Dakota, will be he chief speaker at the picnic giv >n by the Burleigh county Nonpar ’isan Women’s clubs at Yegen’s (irov'e tomorrow. A lunch was served this noon at Inkers hall for the delegates. Hold Speaks Funeral Monday Funeral services for Mrs. Amy Filen Speaks of Apple Crick Town ship who passed away Thursdny ■vi 11 hi» held Monday afternoon at (:30 o’clock at the Presbyterian hurch with Rev. E. E. Matson, of ficiating. Mrs. Speaks was the wife of J. H. Speaks, a pioneer of the Apple Creek district. Amy Ellen Egclston was united in marriage to lohn H. Speaks, Sept. 20, 1874 at Ireen Bay, lowa. She was born in Augusta, la. June 24, 18f>3. The deceased is survived by her Kodak ut * n y° ur p oc^ct an( i it p uts your trip in pictures. Kodak Film T ,lc v d l^ cn .f ,le f,lmin the Yellow Box— r-y our size is here. Kodak Accessories Sell Timers,Carry ing cases, I ripods, Portrait Attach ments —they’re all in strick here. Let us help you jyhin a Kodak outfit for good pictures and lots of fun. HOSKINS-MEYER , Eastman Dealers Bismarck, N. Dak. MANDAN ROUNDUP July 2-3-4 SEASON TICKETS Individual (Adults) $2.00 Children SI.OO Car and Driyer $3.00 , > YoU can secure your tickets by mail or ip person at the fol lowing places: First National Bank; Farmers State Bank; The Merchants National Bank, or Secretary Commercial Club, _ Mandan, N. D. These tfeets are good for three days of the greatest wild west show ever staged in North Dakota. ■ x Only a limited number of these tickets to be sold. Get your orders in early. MANDAN ROUNDUP Let’s Go! husband, two son", and five daugh ters: Leonard 11. Speaks, Earl E. Speaks, Mrs. William Luke, Mrs. S. W. Hudrix, Mrs Anton Streit, Mrs. Roffic Blank of Mansfield, Mo., anil Mrs. A. C. Small; onrt brother and one sister, Norman Egclston, Buck ley, Wash., and Mrs. Ilattic Bryant, Burlington, la. ( Intel ment will take place in St. Mary’s cemetery. Funeral For Joseph Gross Occurs Monday Funeral services for Joseph Gross, 7-year old son of Mr. and Mis. Wil burn Gross of Linton wh# died Fri day will be held at the Cathclio chinch near Linton Monday morn ing. Interment will take fdace in the family lot. Seven Compete For Memorial Prize . Entrants in the arithmetic con test yesterday conducted by Mis;! Madge Ruaey at Will school to so- j lect the winner of the Judge AV. 11., Winchester Memorial prize were I Paul Mowry, Mnrlys Lahr, and Mar id Benson of Bismarck, Robert j Wiedoman and Zella Turner of Me- i Kenzie, Olga ilatle of Ar« na, and! Philip Solberg, Laughton. The papers of the contestants will : Physico-Clinical Laboratory 119V 2 4th St. Bismarck, N. D. Electronic Diagnosis mid Treatment as authorised by lilt. ALBERT ABRAMS )|. E. Holton, D. 0- Consultant Address all communications to M. E. Bolton, D. O. 4th St. Bismarck, N. D. Tel. 240 lie cradl'd at the office of the state superintendent of public instruc tion. Two of the eighth grade stu dents from Burleigh county schools who were eligible were unable to take part in the contest. The students in this contest are eighth grade pupils who rank the highest in arithmetic. Films Feature Of Celebration A ieature of the big Community Day celebration at La Moure next Tuesday, June 2G, will be the films «ii Ninth Dakota which will be pro There are two ways to talk over the telephone —a wrong way and the right way. Do You Speak Into the Telephone? You will obtain the best results when calling a telephone number or talking over the telephone, if you speak directly into the mouthpiece with the lips about one inch away. The number called should be given to the operator delib erately, clearly and distinctly. Each figure of .the number should be pronounced separately. For example; “four-nine —five-eight”. The proper use of the telephone by everyone / will make the service of greater value to all. i GODTH DAKOTA INDEPENDENT TELEPHONE CO. WHY oM.z m ] ADVERTISE WE ADVERTISE with no other purpose in mind, than to keep you, as well as our prospective trade ih formed on the trend of Fashions, the exclusiveness of our lines, and “last but not least” to keep them informed always upon the quality of our merchan dise, the dependability of our service, and the sin cerity of purpose used in placing and selling our lines to the particular public. There's SINCERITY embodied in each and every state ment made by us, whether Newspaper, Letter or Verbal. Each year we spend large sums of money to keep the above principles well impressed upon the minds of fashionable patrons. Every day our group of friends is enlarged. WHY? Because our plan of selling is based entirely upon SIN CERITY OF PURPOSE, HONEST PRODUCTS OF QUALITY TRUTHFULLY REPRESENTED, COR RECT PRICES AND SERVICE. It will pay you well to investigate. ' Bdwy. at Fifth. Bismarck, tfo. Dak. V '• • , * V . •« V'• ,Hv “ .. :• . ' . . • . . &■< seated ut the celebration by Miss Liela Diesem who is being sent as a representative from the state de partment of immigration. It is expected that sevctnl thou . and people from all over the coun ty will attend this celebration which is being given by the citizens cf La Moure for their country fllends. This is the second time which Community Day has been < deflated in La Moure. I/ist year the town was almost swamped with visitors who had corny to enjoy the fiee lcuionaifh. Bismarck Ford Day. June' 27. You will like Bismarck. PAGE FIVE 1 Nonpartisans Hold Picnic will hold a plcnle. Sunday at Yegen’s drove, live miles southeast of Hismarck, under the auspices of the Women’s Non par tisans Clubs of the county who are holding a convention here today. Lpaguers and supporters having cars are requested to pick up at the McKenzie hotel corner those who do not have automobiles, .Senator Frazier will speak. Wildwood Pavilion Opens Ford Day, June 27th.