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Social and Personal
Renowned Organist to
Give, Festival Concert
Arthur Dunham, Chicago, noted or
ftanist, will give a concert May 20 at
the Fargo Presbyterian church, dur
ing the convention of the North Da
okta Federation of Music clubs, ac
cording to an announcement made
recently by the music festival com
mittee.
Mr. Dunham has been identified
With American musical activities for
many years and has attained a bril
liant reputation as an organist, com
poser and director. He is organist
and director of music at the First
Methodist Episcopal church at the
Chicago Temple and has held many
positions of Importance, among them
that of organist and director at Sinai
temple, founder and conductor of the
Philharmonic orchestra, conductor of
various choruses and clubs.
The appearance of Mr. Dunham,
and the opportunity of hearing the
Minneapolis Symphony orchestra on
the opening afternoon, through cour
tesy of the lyceum committee at the
Moorhead Teachers colleges, are im
portant events in connection rith the
festival.
All clubs in the federation have
been urged to send representatives to
the meeting, who also will take part
in the choral program on the final
evening when the all-festival chorus
will sing Gounod’s “St. Cecelia’s
Mass,” under the direction of Daniel
Preston of Moorhead.
John E. Howard, festival director,
in announcing that Arthur Dunliam
has been secured for a festival con
cert, draws attention to Mr. Dun
ham’s importance in the musical field
and expresses the pleasure of the
committee that it is able to offer such
a worth while attraction during the
festival.
* * *
For her daughter Jane, whose thir
teenth birthday anniversary it was,
Mrs. B. F. Lawyer entertained a com
pany of 14 young girls Saturday
afternoon at the Lawyer home, 521
Washington street. The afternoon
was passed with contests and various
games. Daffodil nut baskets, and
other decorations in yellow were used
for the table when a supper was
served. A yellow candle-lit birthday
cake centered the table, and favors
were tiny chicks. Dorothy Wildfang,
Sterling, was a guest from out of the
city.
* * *
Mrs. George Duemeland will play a
brief program of piano numbers over
radio station KFYR Tuesday evening
at 6:30, as one of the series of minia
ture recitals given by pupils of the
Belle Mehus piano studio. Numbers
to be given are “Sarabande,” Bach-
Brower; “Preludes Op. 28 Nos. 1 and
15, Chopin; “Notturno,” Grieg;
“Arabesque No. 1.” and “The Girl
With the Flaxen Hair,” Debussy; and
“Melody,” Rachmaninoff.
* * m
Mrs. Bertha Burt, Jamestown, de
partment senior vice president of the
North Dakota Daughters cf Union
Veterans of the Civil war, was here
Saturday for a conference with Mrs.
Albin Hedstrom, department presi
dent, and Mrs. A. L. Sandin, depart
ment secretary, regarding plans for
the state convention, which will be
held in Valley City early in June. ■
* * *
Mrs. Alfred Zuger and son Jack.
501 West Thayer avenue, returned
last evening from Minneapolis and
St. Paul, where they spent a week
visiting friends. They also attended
th? National Flower show, and spent
a few days in Rochester, Minn. They
were accompanied by John Moses,
who visited relatives and friends in
Minneapolis.
4t * *
Appointments in green and white
were used for the potluck supper held
at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lou !
Thompson, 610 Tenth street, Satur
day evening. Covers were placed for
16. The evening was spent at bunco,
and score prizes were awarded Mr.
and Mrs. C. W. Everson and Mr. and i
Mrs. Charles Rodenbaugh.
* * *
Miss Ruth Hoss, who has been
spending several months here visit
in'; her brother and sister-in-law,
Captain and Mrs. C. A. Hoss, Fort
Lincoln, left last evening for her
home at Seattle, Wash.
* * #
Members of the Business and Pro
fessional Women’s club will hold their
regular dinner Tuesday evening at
6:15 at the club rooms. Miss Susan
B. Schsaffer, chairman of the health
committee, is in charge.
* *• *
The Women's Foreign Missionary
society of the McCabe Methodist
church will meet at 2:30 Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. W. J. Church,
502 Eleventh street.
4c * *
The rgular meeting of the Royal
Neighbors lodge will be held Tuesday
evening at 8 o'clock at the Elks hall.
The juvenile lodge will hold its meet-'
tag at 4 p. m. Tuesday at the hall.
• * *
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Mantz, Ana
moose, are here foa a short visit with
their son-in-law and daughter, Mr.
and Mrs. Archie O. Johnson, 910
Seventh street.
a a a
Mrs. E. A. Greenwood returned Sun
day from Jamestown, where she spent
a week visiting friends.-
a a a
Hector G. Barnes, Fargo, visited
here over Sunday with Mrs. Barnes.
a a a
Mrs. C. F. Lambert, Arena, spent
Sunday in the city visiting friends.
a a a
Mrs. L. A. Volght, Carson, spent
the week-end in Bismarck.
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Eighth District Clubs
Receive Historic Gavel
The eighth district, North Dakota
Federation of Women’s clubs, of
which Bismarck is a part, has been
awarded the gavel, made from wood
of the Minne H., steamer which was
in use on Devils Lake in pioneer days.
The gavel, which is now in the pos
sesion of Mrs. James H. Cooper,
Courtenay, was presented the state
federation by Mrs. E. W. Cunning,
ham. Devils Lake, a member of the
board of directors.
Each year the gavel will be pre
sented to that district showing the
greatest gain in club extension work,
and it will become the property of the
district winning it three years in suc
cession.
The gavel.is handsomely decorated,
with an ornamental design, the work
of Mrs. A. M. Powell, Devils Lake, a
pioneer club woman.
* 4t *
Clubwomen Assist in
City Beautification
Activities looking toward civic bet
terment, an city beautification are be
ing undertaken by several of the
federated clubs of the state.
At Mott, the Women’s club has pur
chased 100 trees, American elm and
Rlchardi, with some honeysuckyle, as
sorted lilacs, and spirea arguta for
the city park, and these will be plant
ed this spring. The club will be hos
tess to the seventh district, North Da
kota Federation of Women’s clubs,
May 15-17, and are planning a most
Interesting meeting. Mrs. George
Galloway is president.
At Wyndmere, the Civic League, by
means of a series of “vanishing” teas,
and a one act play, raised SIOO, which
will be used to buy shrubbery and
trees for the town park.
* * *
Miss Ruth Hoss was an honored
guest when Lieut, and Mrs. Elmer D.
Pang'ourn entertained at a bridge
dinner Saturday evening at their
quarters at Fort Lincoln. Places were
laid for 12 at the tables, which were
centered with tall tapers, and had
appointments in keeping with the
spring season. Tulips and jonquils
were used in the decorations of the
rooms. In the bridge games after
dinner score honors went to Major
and Mrs. A. K. Kupfer. Miss Hoss
wa3 presented with a guest favor.
* * •
Mrs. A. R. Mleaen, 506 Avenue D,
will be hostess at the business meet
ing of the Mothers’ Service club Tues
day evening at 8 o’clock.
! City “County Briefs 1
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E. Anderson, Regent, is a business
visitor in the city today. \
j Clyde Duffy, Devils Lake attorney,
i is transacting business here.
John Knauf, Jamestown attorney,
is a visitor in Bismarck today.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Knutson,
! McClusky, spent the week-end in the
city.
Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Guldemann and
son were visitors here over Sunday
from Tuttle.
A daughter was born to Mr. and
Mrs. E. J. Swanson. Driscoll, at the
Bismarck hospital Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lidstrom,
Glen Ullin, are parents of a son born
Saturday at the Bismarck hospital.
N. J. Bothne, New Rockford, state’s
attorney of Eddy county, left last eve
ning on a business trip to Minneapolis.
A son was born Friday at the St.
Alexius hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Turnbow, Who reside north of the
city.
Bumle Maurek, Sanish, a member
of the stats game and fish commis
sion, is spending a few days in Bis
marck.
Sergeant and Mrs. Otto. Hanson,
Fort Lincoln, announce the birth of
a son. Thursday, at the Bismarck
hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore W. Sette,
316 Mandap street, are parents of a
son bom at the St. Alexius hospital
Saturday.
Boys’were bom today at the Bis
marck hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Mar
tin Kltek, Hebron, and to Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Schmitz,’ Menoken.
Bismarck's public school system re
opened today after a week’s vacation.
Eight weeks of the spring term are
left before closing of schools for the
summer. . •
A. H. DeLancey, St. Paul, leaves to
day for his home after spending the
week-end in Bismarck on business.
W. E. Bins, Minneapolis, connected
with the Minnesota Loan and Trust
company, is transacting business in
the Capital City.
J. E. Davis, chairman of the board
of administration, returned to Bis
marck today from Fargo, where he
spent the week-end with his family.
C. P. Stone, one time anti-prohibi
tion candidate in North Dakota for
the united States senate, has re
turned to Bismarck to make his home.
Greater Beauty
For Lovely Women
Beauty’s first requisite-skin per
fection. Thus, the fairest *nd smart
est use MELLO-010 Face Powder that
spreads more «*w«o4-hly and produoes
a youthful bloom. Its new Ranch
process makes MELLO-OLO stay on
longer and bans the shiny nose/Pure 1
Revents pastiness, flakiness, Irrita
tion and large pores. Use MELLO
OLO. Finney’s Drug Store.-^fcdv.
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*M VMHh Street ' I
Dresses at $9.98, $14.98 I
and $17.98. I
Hate Oar rpertettr H|
Won Beauty Crown
Associated Press Photo
Helen Moser Hannlgan of Perry*
burg, Ohio, wae chosen queen of
the Festival of States celebration
In St. Petersburg, Fla.
Mr. Stone has been a resident of
Devils Lake for the past year. Mrs.
Stone accompanied him here. They
expect to be settled about May 1.
A. W. Engel, Esmond, member of
the state guaranty fund commission,
is transacting business at the capital.
H. J. Pitts, Ellendale highway con
tractor, is a Capital City business
caller.
Allens Leaving for
Canal Zone Station
First Sergeant HarVey S. Allen, Fort
Lincoln, who has been transferred to
the Panama Canal Zone, and Mrs.
Allen, left today by car for Havre,
Mont., where they will spend a few
days with friends before going to the
west coast. They will spend several
weeks with relatives at Spokane and
Tacoma, Wash., and will motor to
San Francisco where they will em
bark for Panama.
Sergeant Allen came to Fort Lin
coln in 1927, with one of the first
companies sent to the post.
Major Oswalt to Talk
Before Medical Group
Major John R. Oswalt. Fort Lin
coln, will be the feature lecturer at a
meeting of the Sixth District Medi
cal society at 6:30 o’clock Tuesday
evening at the Patterson hotel. |
He will speak on “Medical Service
in the U. S. Army.” A moving pic
ture entitled “Surgical Treatment of
Peptic Ulcers” also will be shown at
the dinner meeting, which will be
held in Room 200.
Members of the society also will
consider arrangements for the meet
ing of the state medical society here
in May at tomorrow night's session.
Pilate’s Wife Said
. ‘Worthy Example' to
Women of Bismarck
A sermon on Pilate’s wife, whom
he characterized as a “woman of
great moral courage who refused to
join scandal-mongers in condemning
Our Lord.” was delivered at the Par
amount theater last evening by Rev.
A. T. Bennett-Haines. pastor of St.
George’s Episcopal church.
Rev. Bennett-Haines pointed to
Pilate’s wife as a worthy example to
modern women. “In Birmarck, as in
all small cities, scandal is rife—in po
litical factions, in business houses,
pleasure resorts, at bridge parties and
dinners, and, worse than all. in the
churches,the pastor said.
BID FOB MAYOR’S JOB
Donsbach, Germany. Rigid econ
omy faced this town during the re
cent elections. Everything possible
Had been done to cut expenses. Some
one conceived the idea of giving the
job of mayor to the lowest bidder.
Finally, one member of the council,
a patriotic as well as courageous soul,
bought the Job for $35 a month.
About 60 per cent of the population
of western Canada resides on farms.
Sir A. Conan Doyle often wrote

12,000 words of a Sherlock Holmes
story without leaving his desk.
Regular meeting of Bismarck
Lodge of Perfection, Wednes
day night, April 9th, at 8
o’clock.
The 10th is the lasi day o! I
discount on Gas bills.
i Fashion Plaque i
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A MW RtXHCH nlchtcown of
opaline rose crape has the short puff
ed sleeves Cndralaed waistline of the
Empire period. Bands of pin-tucked
georgette edged with narrow lace
former the collar and cuffs and ac
cent the waistline to which is at
tached a long circular skirt.
THE bis:
ARCK TRIBUNE, MONDAY. APRIL 7, 1930
New Bargains for the Third Day of the World’s Greatest Sale!
_ THIRD PAY! f ? 1 M TJF7I I»] =1 THIRD PAY!
mrliilVH =1 Cl
Girls’ Frocks
Organdie trim
med, fast ceisr
wash frocks far
the young mbs.
Styled after
methef's.
Child’s Shoes
$1.98
We offer our
best quality at
this World's
Greatest Sale
price! Blaek
patent leather
Hipptty - Hep
bluchers.
Wash Suits
SI.OO
Yea’d pay from
SUS to s£2s
far these suits
elsewhere! Pine
quality broud
cleth has Spring
patterns hi
fast colors.
Bloomers
19c
They are really
worth S6e! Su
perior quality
black sateen
with hartoehed
seams for rein
forcement. £to
1# yean.
Wash Cloths
10c
We are selling
them below
cost! Extra
heavy and very
absorbent. Can
non Wash
Cloths. 12x12
plaids.
Washtubs
59c
Usually priced
at S4e! Stand
ard grade, gal
vanised Tuhs
that are leak
proof. Buy In
the World's
Greatest Sale!
Vacuum Bottle
$1.25
A «ml
Ward Week
enamel steel
ease with sta
tor and cap.
Quart Mae.
Chiffon Horn
SI.OO
Tttgnlsr ' US
Hose! Full
fashioned—
top to too!
Reach heels.
A Mg vitae be
Wsshra cheat
set Sale!
Montgomery Ward & Co.
Stars Hosts : Nhs • Six
Sat.: Nias to Nias
77c
Look for the Unadvertised Bargains
Bleached Sheets
and Pillow Cases
prarng 89c
010 ’ U>(HU Longwear
brand reduced especially
[§ for this Ward Week
Event! Sheets 81x90.
See These Specials Tomorrow
life Buoy Toilet Seep 5c
Palmolive Toilet Soap Se
Lux Toilet Soap Se
Uaterine 63c
Psbses Teeth Paste 29c
Bepsodent Teeth Paste ..... 29e
Usteriae Teeth Paste lie
Spearmint Teeth Paste 29c
Coty Powder and Perfume
combination 7tc
$7050
You will be proud to own this Living
Room Suite! Beauty, Style, and Com
fort are admirably combined in this
graceful Davenport and Arm Chair.
Terms: SB.OO down, $7.50 monthly!
%
OTHER FURNITURE BARGAINS:
10 Piece Dining Room Suite $198.50
Card Tables
$1.98
Extraordinary bargains in
World’s Greatest Sale!
Sturdy frame with folding
legs that do not jiggle.
Wrench Set
SI.OO
Flue drep
feeged and
hardened BUU
son Wrench
with cneeent
pattern. A real
bargain at this
lew price.
Toilet Goods Specials
TEEMS * DOWN
|U MONTHLY
bismSc^no^hdakota
nr TO TOE DAILY MNKAb HOMAN Dm KTTO. Ndf to MiM A. K<
This Coil Spring assures
you Real Rest! Our Ward
Week price is small for so
much comfort. Buy now and
effect great savings!
Electric Sewing:
Machine - - $45.95
Light and tuy to tasty
Dishpans
$1.29
Royal Alnmi
’ num Dishpans!
One piece seam
less heavy qaal
lity. Round
shape in Is.
quart size.
PalmoUve Shaving Cream ... 21c
Melba Powder and Cream
combination 7b
Lilac Vegetal 39c
Liquid Arven 79c
Gillette Razor Blades.
Pkg* of 1$ 59c
Shears in am L sizes 45c
Everready Baser combination 49c
Dutch $ day Wall Clock ....$2.48
Alarm Clocks, guaran. 1 yr. 69c
Green Enamel with Tan Trim
At our regular price this is a great
value! In Ward Week it’s a bargain
unsurpassed ... anywhere! Its cook
ing efficiency will delight you ... its
gay colors will make your kitchen a
more pleasant workshop.
oven and broiler.
TESTED and APPROVED by the
American Gas Association Labora
tory.
Double-Deck
Coil Spring
$16.95
Fine Mirror
New Style Gillette Razors .. 89c
Chocolate covered Cherries. '
Hh.
Pond’s Vanishing Cream .... lie
Daggett Ramsdell Creams .. 56c
Hinds* Almond Cream 28c
Ray Rum Lotion 29c
Marcelle Waving fluid 45c
BoncUla Vanishing Cream .. 56c
Self Filling Fountain Pens .. 59c
Cigarette Lighters .......... 49c
Our Biggest Gas Range
Bargain!
$67.50
Extra, double
extra and triple
extra slses—>
knitted rayon"
flesh oolor.
83c
For boys and
girls; durable
rubber coles;
canvas tops.
Range of sixes
available.
SI.OO
An exceptional
bargain in
World’s Great
est Sale!
Buy your Wall
Finish In Ward
Week and ef
fect decided
savings! Ward
way gives a
colorful, wash
able, nonglar
ing finish!
45c
A regular 75e
Brash! Chinese
bristles give
unusual elas
ticity. Bristles
set firmly—
impossible to
come out! 2-in.
width.
This Is WaHTs
mm protest; a
tine tislltj
smwl that Is
saltahls far
Qt. teTtk
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TOASTERS
89c
You’d ordinar
ily pay at least
$1.45 for this
Electric Toast
er! Nickel
plated finish.
Complete with
cord.
Rayon Bloomers
69c
Curtains
$1.98
Wonderful sav
ings in World's
Greatest Sale
on dainty Ruf
fled Curtains!
Voile, grena
dine and mar
quisette.
Sheeting
37c
Big savings on
Unbleached
Long wear
Sheeting! Long,
staple cotton
woven smooth
and strong.
World's Great
est Sale value
you shouldn’t
miss!
Tennis Shoes
Wall Paint
$1.98
Varnish Brush
White Enamel
$2.23
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