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St: Alexius Alumni to Hold Annual Banquet Appointments in pastel shades will be used for the St. Alexius hospital alumni banquet this evening at the Hotel Prince. The centerpiece will be of sweet peas, and corsages of sweet peas will mark the places of the 35 guests. Miss Anna Kilzer will be toastmis tress. Miss Rose Verie, president of the alumni group, will welcome the guests, who will include the mem bers of this year’s graduating class. Miss Genevieve Forster, senior class president, will respond. Miss Helen Boucher is to present the class will. Other features include several musi cal numbers. A theater party will follow the banquet. The committee in charge of the affair are Misses Hilda McDonald, Catherine Helbling, Rose Verie, and Martha Damberger. * * * (I* First District Clubs To Gather at McVille McVille clubwomen will be hostesses at the twenty-first annual convention of the first district, North Dakota Federation of Women's clubs, when it convenes Thursday morning for a two day session. Mrs. R. A. DeMars, St. Thomas, will preside. Delegates and visitors will be welcomed by Mrs. A. M. Casad, head of the McVille Women’s club, which is entertaining the convention. The response will be given by Mrs.. E. C. Haagenson, Grand Forks, vice president ~of the state federation. Routine business will be/taken up during the morning session. Addresses by club workers and others will feature the afternoon meeting. Those on the program are Mrs. William Felson, Cavalier, de partmental chairman for interna tional relations; Mrs. R. A. Sprague, Grand Forks, who will talk on sum mer camps; Mrs. A. Waite, Milton, whose subject is “The Pioneer Moth er”; Mrs. Jane G.qvere, Grand Forks, “Press and Publicity," and J. V. Brelt weiser, dean of education at the University of North Dakota, “Econ omy of Time and Mental Energy.” Mrs. Albert E. Jones, Lisbon, presi dent of the state federation, will give her address on Friday. Mrs. Jones will go to McVille from Devils Lake, where she attended the meeting of the second district, which closes to day. Others scheduled to speak during the Friday session are Mrs. A. Wehe, Lakota, division of history; Mrs. R. Momeyer, Larlmore, division of education; Mrs. T. McGrath, Emer ado, district report; Mrs. Clark Brown, Cavalier, division of conserva tion; Mrs. E. T. Thompson, St. Thomas, division of library extension; Mrs. Ralph Boone, Grafton, depart ment of the American Home. Miss Grace DeLong, state chairman of the department of the American Home, will give an address. “Why I Am Optimistic About the American Home.” Lt. and Mrs. Earl C. Bergquist are bound for their new home at Scho field Barracks, Honolulu, Hawaii, ac cording to word received by friends in Bismarck. Lt. Bergquist was formerly stationed at Fort Lincoln. His marriage to Miss Mary Fisher, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Fish er, forma: Bismarck residents, took place in Fargo recently. The Berg quists sailed aboard the U. S. S. transport Somme from San Fran cisco Saturday. Mrs. C. A. Schuck, 822 Avenue E, was hostess to the members of St. Theresa’s Missionary group at a par ty last evening at her home. Bridge, played at three tables, was the pas time. and honors were held by Mrs. Val Yeager and Miss Elizabeth Pfeif fer. Plum blossoms and iris were used in the decoration of the rooms, and harmonizing appointments for the tables, when a two course lunch eon was served. Miss Elberta McLane, 613 Third street, accompanied by Miss Jean Preston, returned last night from Kenmare, where they were guests of Miss McLane’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. McLane, for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. McLane and their son, Murdock McLane, Minot, motored here Sunday from Kenmare, Miss McLane and Miss Preston returning with them. Mrs. C. G. Boise, 604 Avenue D, is spending a few days at Hope, N. D., with her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Kotts. Mrs. Boise spent the week-end in Fargo, attending the state convention of the Gideon Auxiliary, of which she is an officer. Mr. Boise, who also at tended the Gideon meeting, returned to Bismarck Monday. Mrs. Mabel May was hostess to the members of her bridge club Monday evening at the home of her mother, Mrs. W. E. Parsons, 823 Mandan street. There were guests for two tables, and score honors for the eve ning were held by Mrs. R. C. Morton. Decorations carried out a spring color note. Miss Elizabeth Waggoner, who has been the guest of her sister, Mrs. G. A. Rawlings, 214 Avenue A West, since Sunday, left last evening for her home in Hollywood, Calif. Miss Waggoner, who made her home in Bismarck several years ago, is re turning to California after a five months’ cruise around the world. JlNNronsl * * * * * ♦ * * * * * * * * * * * * 14 Clubs Represented At 4th District Meet Devils Lake, N. D., May 7.— (tP) — Reports of chairmen of standing committees were received today at the second district convention of the state Federation of Women's clubs. District officers will be elected at the closing session of the convention this afternoon. This morning delegates visited the state school for the deaf before open ing the business meeting. Last night they were entertained at a concert for the benefit of the Henry Hale student loan fund. The convention listed 28 delegates from 14 clubs as follows: Bottineau, Warwick, St. John, Minnewaukan, Rolls, Bisbee, Oberon, Rugby, Cando Women’s club, Cando Coterie club, Leeds Alfredian club, Leeds Progres sive club, and the Woman's and Twentieth Century clubs of Devils Lake. Mrs. J. J. Kehoe, district president, is presiding during the meeting. Other district officers are Mrs. L. E. Butterwick, Minnewaukan, vice president; Mrs. D. F. McLeond, Can do, secretary; Mrs. D. 8. Blair, Masa. treasurer; and Mrs. E. A. Reveling. Rugby, auditor. Wachter P. T. A. Will Observe Mother's Day A Mother’s Day program will follow the regular meeting of the Wachter Parent-Teacher association this eve ning at the Wachter school, nils is the final meeting for the season, and officers for next year will be elected. The Wachter Girls club will pre sent a playlet under the direction of Mrs. F. H. Waldo, and there Will be musical numbers and other features. A social hour, with refreshments, will follow. Mrs. Bert Drennen, head of the group, will preside. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Patera, whose wedding took place last week, have returned from a trip to Minneapolis, and are making their home in the Business College apartments. Mrs. Patera was Miss Eythel Hodges be fore her marriage. In their honor Miss Gertrude Fitzgerald entertained a small group of friends at dinner last evening, at her home, 710 Tenth street. * * * A paper on “Picturesque Italian Traits" was read by Miss Ruth Jef feries at the meeting of the Four Leaf Clover Study club at its meet ing last evening with Miss Edith Peart. During the business session Misses Ethel Schoen and Catherine Gross were named delegates to the convention of the eighth district fed erated clubs, which will be held at Wilton this month. m m m Mrs. A. M. Brazerol entertained the members of the Economy Study club at a social meeting last evening at her home, 217 Avenue A West. Bridge was played at two tables dur ing the evening, and the score prize was awarded Mrs. William Ebeling. ♦ * * Mrs. V. St Wegner, Academy, S. D., arrived today for a short visit with Mr. and Mrs. Grant Wegner. She is en route to Underwood, where she will spend a few weeks with her mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Wegner. • mm Martin Bourgois, who resides near Baldwin, left today for a several weeks’ trip to Ontario, Ont., and oth er points in Canada, where he will visit relatives. * * * Mrs. H. A. Carlisle left today for her home at Braddock after spending the past two days here as the guest of her daughter, Miss Avis Carlisle. * * Miss Margaret Schweitzer, Wash burn, spent yesterday in the city vis iting friends and shopping. <■ .. Meetings of Clubs And Social Groups Members of the Junior Study club will meet at 4:30 Thursday after noon at the home of Frances Frahm, 705 Fourth street. • • * A special meeting of tha local court, Catholic Daughters of Ameri ca, will be held at 8 o'colck Thursday evening in St. Mary’s hall, according to an announcement made today by Mrs. Dolores Kupitz, regent. * * * St. George’s Guild will meet with Mrs. T. R. Atkinson, 402 Avenue B West, Thursday afternoon at 8 o’clock. * * * Election of officers for the ensuing year will take place at the meeting of the Baptist Ladles Aid society Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Otto Dirlam, 408 First street. * * » St. Mary's Circle will meet Thurs day afternoon at 2:30 in the auditor ium of St. Mary’s school. 9 * * The Ladies Aid society of the First Lutheran church will meet at 2:30 Thursday afternoon in the church parlors, with Mrs. H. H. Hanson and Mrs. J. J. Barth as hostesses. * * * A program in observance of Moth er’s day will be held following the regular meeting of Nicholson Re bekah lodge Friday evening at 8 o’clock in the I. O. O. 7. hall. A number of children will take part in the program. A special invitation is extended to mothers of members to attend the program and the social hour which will follow. * * * The Chromatic club, under the di rection of Madame Hermann Schef fer, will present the program at the meeting of the Thursday Musical club Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. F. M. Davis, 930 Sixth street, with Miss Ruth Rowley assisting. 9*9 The Missionary society of the First Presbyterian church will meet at 2:30 Thursday afternoon with Miss Ed wina Knecht, 906 Seventh street. Re ports of the recent presbyterial meet ing at Wilton will be given by Miss Anna Burr, Presbyterial president, and other delegates. Mrs. William Langer will give a map talk on South America. 9 9 9 War Mothers, Auxiliary members, their mothers, and mothers of ex service men will be guests at the an nual American Legion Auxiliary Mother's day party to be held at 8 o clock this evening in the Lions i Fashion Plaque i ♦ ♦ BLACK LACE is smartest for early spring evenings. A large white rose accenting the low decolletage and se curing two trailing panels of the lace is an interesting note of this gown. loom at the Grand Pacific hotel. Hostesses will be members of the pub licity committee, Mrs. A. R. Miesen, chairman, assisted by a group of 25 Auxiliary members. Those who have been unable to make reservations are urged to come and bring their guests. j City-County Briefs : Mr. and Mrs. Henry Nelson, Bergen, are visitors in Bismarck. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Isaak and Mrs. G. J. Krelm, Hazen, were here yesterday shopping. Axel Soder, Burleigh county com missioner from Wing, Is transacting business in the city today. Gilbert Haggart, of the Haggart construction company, Fargo, is in Bismarck today on business. A special meeting of the Bismarck- Mandan Lodge of Perfection will be ruffles I romance I rings I That’s every girl’s program for this summer 1 The ro mantic revival of feminine fashions is predicted to start all sorts of engagement ru mors! Bnt remember that the new clothes demand the new complexionl A more “natural” skin-tone is in vogue a rich, pearl cream color, with delicate texture just made for ca resses! Armand Cold Cream Powder produces this effect. You rub it first into the puff, then spread on smoothly, slowly, evenly toning the face to a fresher tint, and more lasting loveliness. As good beauty counters , $1 GRmfWD COLD CREAM POWDER § Permanent Waves - $6 troqainnlc Wave*, Soft Lustrous Wavn by expert operators CALIFORNIA WAVE NOOK lea TklrS Street Phoae 782 Bismarck, X. Dak. PALACE Theatre MANDAN, N. D. TONIGHT • Thursday 7:15 -9p. m. —l5 c 40c HIT THE DECK With JACK OAKIE POLLY WALKER and 1000 others I THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, WEDNESDAY, MAY 7, 1930 held at the Masonic temple at 8 o'clock Wednesday evening. J. A. Schweitzer, roundhouse fore man of the Soo Line, was called to Ohio by death of his sister-in-law. William Langer, Bismarck attor ney, left this morning for Fargo where he will attend to matters of legal business for his law firm. I AT THE MOVIES I Bismarck music lovers are to be treated to a two day organ recital at the Bismarck Paramount theatre, May 9 and 10, according to plans an nounced today by Manager Dave Wells. Miss Hildegarde Usselman, former Bismarck and Mandan resident, who is a graduate student of Eddie Dun stedter, noted recording artist, has consented to include the Paramount theatre in her tour of the Northwest Publix theatres, Manager Wells re ported. Miss Usselman is a featured radio artist and has a tremendous following in the northwest states. The special celebrating week at the Paramount theatre has been arranged to Include “Ladies Love Brutes,” George Bancroft’s first release since “The Mighty" and the two popular successes “Slightly Scarlet” with Evelyn Brent and Clive Brook and “The Second Floor Mystery” with Grant Withers, who recently startled the movie world by his elopement with Loretta Young. Miss Usselman has planned an ex- MISS HILDEGARDE USSELMAN, former Bismarck and Mandan resident, who will be in Bismarck Friday and Saturday as Guest Organist at the Paramount theatre, in conjunction with the regular program. PARAMOUNT THEATRE Shove’s ■ ■ . ■ ine social ne ignis; ! •• 1 j When he finds love * -4 j among the silken women of Park Avenue, compelling . conflict sways his life! A P® l ™®™ 4 AH Talking i Bancroft never has had a role so completely ab- Drama sorbing! George Bancroft! in | “Ladies Love Brutes” With MARY ASTOR FREDRIC MARCH ! I ’ “ ADDED ATTRACTIONS: * Lloyd Hamilton in “Polished Ivory” Lloyd funnier than ever in this all-talking blues chaser. I Paramount Sound News See and hear news events of the world. Today and Thursday 'WammonnP* ceptional recital for her Bismarck homecoming, according to the plans announced today. She will Include classical, semi-classical and popular selections to satisfy the desire of music lovers for all types of organ numbers. Due to the hard schedule arranged for the guest organist on her tour of the Publix circuit, Miss Usselman will appear as a unit in the regular show at the Paramount theatre for the two days only, Friday and Saturday, May 9th and 10th. CAPITOL THEATRE “Second Wife," Radio Pictures’ domestic drama which features Con rad Nagel and Lila Lee, opens to morrow at the Capitol Theatre. Adapted from the Fulton Oursler play, “All the King’s Men,” the all talking picture depicts with biting and dramatic clarity the age-old an tagonism between stepmother and stepchild—and the consequent reac tions of the husband-father. Freddie Burke Frederick as the son reveals a genius for acting seldom seen in children on the screen. Mary Carr plays the old nurse, and Hugh Huntley, who created the role of Gil bert Gaylord in the stage play, enacts his original role in “Second Wife.” Russell Mack, well known stage di rector and writer, makes his debut as a film director with "Second Wife.” 36th annual A. O. U. W. ban quet Thursday night, Patterson hotel dining room, 7:15 o’clock. Initiation tonight at A. O. U. W. hall. ROTARIAHS SPONSOR ONE OF JUNIOR BALL TEAMS THIS SEASON New Board of Directors Elected Unanimously; Musical Pro gram for Day The Rotary club will sponsor one of the four Junior league baseball teams this season. This was an nounced by President Harry Brandes at the noon luncheon, today, as the decision of the board of directors. The club also will extend sponsor ship to the game of the Rip Van Winkle team of septuagenarians who BMiHflfflMfctfMjjHH Through the Florists Telegraph Delivery Association Vv 'II!ST SWC %»Ol'S Aan ft! PERFORMED, FO LKS, shouted Ballyhoo Bertram, -• 7 \¥ r s 4 “Step inside and see Professor Sznmlka swallow a three foot sword* / It's a marvelous feat, folks.'* > “Oh! Daddy! ** whispered little Willie Woggle. “That man most have / a strong throat to do that.**. ' “Yes, Son,*' answered William Woggle, Sr. “No doubt the professor • f smokes old golds. No harm can toueh a throat protected by them.*! Not a cough in a carload. OLD GOLD^g? FASTEST GROWING CIGARETTE IN HISTORY NOT A COUGH IN A CARLOAD j are to play a boys team not over 15 years of age. Kelly SKhonson and N. o. Churchill were named on a committee to act with similar com mittees from the other service clubs, in staging the game. As managers and coaches for the club's junior team, President Brandes named George Bird, N. O. Churchill and Kelly Simonson. George A. Duemeland obtained promises to attend the Duluth district convention from nearly a score of members, with others tentatively listed to make a total of 22. Eight Rotary-Anns are going. It was directors election day and the slate nominated being just the required number the nominees were elected by Rev. Floyd Logee casting a unanimous ballot. The new board therefore will consist of John Hoff man, George Bird, N. O. Churchill, Ray Bergeson, George A. Duemeland, Carl Nelson and Dr. Brandes, retir ing president. The candidacy of W. J. Stevenson, of Minneapolis, for district governor was brought to the attention of the club in a communication from the candidate’s home city. It was an nounced that he might be the only candidate. This being music week, a musical program was put on by Jason Wait, chairman of entertainment for the day. The artists appearing were Miss Belle Mehus, who accompanied and read a paper on the subject of “Music;’* Mrs. W. J. Targart, who sang four songs, “Spring Is a Lovely Lady,” “Secret.” “Answer” and “Rain;” and Miss Marie Lemohn, who played a ballade composition and a Chopin etude. Guests of the day included D. C Mohr, Mandan; A. W. Payne, Milnor; and Axel Soder and William Frickc, county commissioners. Garden plowing and fertil izer. Wachter Transfer Co. Phone 62.