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P. E. 0. Chapter Has Luncheon Meeting A luncheon at one o'clock yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. A. P. Lcnhart, 106 Avenue B West, pre ceded the regular meeting of Chap ter F of the P. E. O. Sisterhood. This is the second of four luncheon meet ings which will be held during the season. In charge of arrangements for the affair was a committee com posed 6f Mesdames Lulu Harris. F. R. Smyth, C. L. Young, S. F. Hollings worth, J. S. Wilds, George Bird and G. H. Dollar. Yellow and white, the sorority col ors, were used in the table appoint ments and places were marked for 30. Mrs. Worth Lumry. in a paper deal ing with the crime wave in America, discussed the situation as viewed by leading magazines of the nation. * * * A talk on landscapes by modern ar tists was given by Mrs. Juanita Edick at a meeting of Chapter N, P. E. 0., last evening at the home of Miss Bertha Severtson. Mrs. Edick dis played a number of-the pictures of George Inness and briefly reviewed his life. She also exhibited paintings by the Russian artist Graber and by the marine painter, Homer Winslow snd others. An interesting feature in connection with the talk was a des cription of the four color method of making prints, given by Miss Bertha Palmer- Mlm Amy Fahlgren read a paper reviewing modem American poetry. * * * In honor of her husband, who was observing his birthday anniversary. Mrs. Sander Johnson entertained 1- guests at a bridge supper at her home, 419 Seventh street, last evening. The affair, which was in the nature of a hard times party, was arranged as a surprise for Mr. Johnson. The eve ning was spent at bridge, and score prizes were awarded Mrs. Melvin Ol son, Charles Rohrcr, Mrs. Carl Tull berg and Clarence Thronson. * # * Complimentary to Miss Ella Fetch er, Jamestown, who was visiting in the city, Miss Lavina Register, 1017 Fifth street, entertained a company of intimate friends at an informal afternoon party Saturday. The time was spent with games and music. Miss Fetcher spent the Thanksgiving holi day here as the guest of her sister. Miss Violet Fetcher, teacher at the Roosevelt school. * * * The set of handmade pillowcases and sheet given away at a dancing party sponsored by the Past Noble Grands club Friday evening, was awarded J. Imus, it was announced today by the committee in charge. The dance was held at the I. O. O. F. hall following the regular meetings of the Rebekah and Odd Fellows lodges. * * * A red and green color scheme, sug gestive of the Christmas season, was used for the tables when Miss Adelia Soehren entertained a company of friends at a bridge party last evening at her home, 106 Rosser avenue. Bridge was played at two tables, with honors going to Mrs. Mabel May and Mrs. J. W. McGuiness. * * * Reorganization of St. Cecelia s Missionary group was effected at a business meeting of the group held last evening at the home of Mrs. A. M. Brazerol, 217 Avenue A West. ♦ * » Mrs. Linnie Smiley. Drake, .has come to Bismarck for an extended visit with her daughter, Miss Eunice Smiley, 201 First street. A Framed PICTURE Very Often is the most prized Gift We have a large assortment of mouldings to choose from, and our work is perfect. Bring in your pictures and let us give you an estimate. Finney's WDruqs Photo .Department II «/ 4- THESE CELLMATES FIND THEIR SOULMATES! No Brains! V S 3 The Biggest Howl Since the Cock-eyed World The cocky adventures of two pals who always live in the best jails in the country! Another "Big House,” only it’s all one big laugh! ' ‘UP THE RIVER’ With Spencer Trpcy Claire Luce Parampont Humphrey Bogart Last Timet Soon<l Newt ' A New Ki nd 0 f Today Cr** * *">* Comedy Spree! “Tom * By 'taent^* lrt Wednesday Only Jackie Ccojaa T I Mat*:ee-J:« nuufc^lle Eve. 7:00 - 0:00 Eve. 10c -50 c ,*\ t l ' ***»'•«• Baptist Women Will Present Mission Play Ten ladies of the Mission Circle of the First Baptist church Will ta&e part in a play entitled “Missionary Arithmetic’’ which is to be given Wed nesday evening at the church. The program begins at 8:30 o’clock, with music by the church orchestra. Characters and those who will port tray them follow: Dr. McWilliams a woman physician, Mrs. R. D. Hos kins; Miss Black, a nurse, Mrs. X. W. Herbert; Aunt Wilda. Mrs. E. A. Wil son; May. Mrs. H. A. McNutt; Stella, Mrs. G. J. Womer; Tot, Miss Kath erine Kosltzky; Gertrude, Mrs. Clar ence Gunness; First Indian Woman, Mrs. Oscar Jacobson; Second Indian Woman, Mrs. Robert E. Kennedy; Third Indian Woman, Mrs. John Eck lund. At the close of the program re freshments will be served in the south room and a silver offering will be taken. The Mission Circle is extend ing a cordial Invitation to women of other churches as well as to the Bap tist congregation, to attend the meet ing. * * * Mrs. Emil Kaiser, 712 Eleventh street, was hostess to the members of St. Theresa's Missionary group list evening. Bridge was in play at three tables, with score honors going to Mrs. J. P. Schmidt and Miss Julia Johnson. * * * Mrs. Elsie Parker, demonstration teacher for the department of public instruction, has as her guest over the week-end, her sister, Miss Olive Smith. Miss Smith is an instructor at the state training schol at Mandan. * * * Mrs. P. E. Lynch has arrived from Mankato, Minn., for a visit with her parents, 'Wferden and Mrs. C. C. Turn er of the state penitentiary. Mrs. Lynch was Miss Adelaide Turner be fore her marriage last summer. ; City-County Briefs 4 A son was born this morning at the Bismarck hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Roth, 602 Eighth street. Ole Steffrud, Washburn, recently elected judge of McLean county. Is spending a few days in Bismarck on business. A marriage license was Issued Sat urday to William Arthur Hughes and Margaret Mary KeUer, both of Bis marck. C. L. Kjerstad, president of the Dickinson Normal school, and R. M. Gussner’s Phone 1060 Wednesday and Thursday Oysters, extra HF C _ selects, pt. 45c; qt. I wv Pork Rhast, 1 Pork Steak, 15c, 1 • * v Radishes, very “1 A fancy, 3 for Head Lettuce, IQ n very fancy, 2 for JL t Grape Jam, 1 16 oz. pure 1 C Pork & Beans— -16 oz. Van Camp, OO 3 for Mother’s Oats, OQ/» Large aluminum Yellow Corn, OC-, Special, 2 for Kraft Cheese- Pimento, Brick IQp and American ... 15/ C GUSSNER’S Phone 1060 THE BISMAKCK TKiBUNE. TUESDAY, UKCKMBKK Z, 1930 Black, president of the Ellendale Nor mal and Industrial school, are busi ness visitors in the city today. James Morris, attorney general, and John Gammons, secretary of the state securities commission, are spending several days in Minneapolis on busi ness for the commission. Frank J. Smith, 605 West Thayer avenue, returned to Bismarck last evening from Minneapolis, where he was summoned about a week ago by the sudden death of his father, H. E. Smith. f Meetings of Clubs j I And Social Groups j The Royal Neighbors will hold a pot luck supper at 6:30 o'clock Friday evening at the Odd Fellows hall. A business meeting will follow, and of ficers for the coming year will be elected. Those planning to attend are requested to call either Mrs. J. W. McGuiness or Miss Adelia Soehren, the committee in charge. * * • The noon day luncheon of the Trinity Lutheran Ladies Aid, sched uled for Thursday. December 4, has been postponed until Tuesday. De cember 16, according to officers of the society. * * * Members of the Four Leaf Study club will hold a meeting at eight o’clock this evening at the home of kiss Leone enue. * * * Mrs. H. M. Berg, 514 Eleventh street, will be hostess to the members of the Wednesday Btudy club at their meeting Wednesday afternoon at three o’clock. ♦ * * Members of the Fortnightly club will hold their meeting at the hpme of Mrs, James Morris, 221 Avenue A west. Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. * * * The Current Events club will hold a meeting at 2:30 o’clock Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Harvey Harris, 609 Seventh street. The ladies of the Methodist Aid society will hold their an nual bazaar and supper in the church Thursday, Dec. 4. Sale opens at 11 a. m., supper served at 6p. m. Prices 50c and 35c. Attention, Odd Fellows: Election of Officers Tonight. towil Set* for Gifts Attractively Boxed 49a An inexpensive way to say “Merry Christmas”! Bath towel and two wash cloths with color fill Jacquard borders. Toilet Set *2.98 Three piece set comb, brush and mirror—handsomely decorated. Sack set in box. Others at Wmm'i Warm Bathßobes of Bkoktt Cloth, with Cord or Satin Trimming **•9B Women’B Novelty Rayon flippers Feather and fancy braid trim; cushion sole, covered heels. $1.49 mi 113-115 Fourth Street Radio Bridge Pointers By MILTON C,. WORK. Expert 0 AQ 9 9532 0 None A K J 10SS 4 2 •K J 943 N #lO 7 3 SAB74 OAQIO W-f-B OSS 543 I A A S A 9 763 A 865 KQJ 106 O KJB7 * Q The following bridge hano was played over Radio station KFYR at 4:30 o’clock this afternoon and is the second of a series devised by Milton C. Work, noted expert, whieh will be played over KFYR during the winter. Future editions of The 'Tribune will carry these hands in advance so that bridge enthusiasts may play them themselves and then compare their play with that of the experts. The explanation of the play also will be printed in The Tribune. The Bidding South one heart; West one spade; North two hearts; Eapt pass; South Eass; West two spades: North three earts; East pass; South pass; West three spades; North four clubs; Ease pass; South four hearts; West doubled, followed by three passes. The Play Trick one—West led the four of spades; Dummy played queen; East deuce, South five. Trick two—Dummy led deuce of clubs; East trey; South queen; West ace. Trick three—West led trey of spades; Dummy ace; East seven; South six. Trick four—Dummy led king of clubs; east six; South discarded eight of spades and West ruffed with four of hearts. Trick five—West led king of spades; South refused to ruff from Dummy and discarded four of clubs; East 10 of spades; South ruffed with 10 of hearts, keeping his six as an entry to dummy. Trick six—South led king of hearts; West refused to part with her ace and played the seven; Dummy the deuce and East the deuce «f Dia monds. Trick seven—South led ths queen of hearts and West won with the ace; Dummy the trey and East the trey of diamonds. West led 10 of Diamonds which South won with the Dummy’s five of hearts. He then led Dummy’s nine of Ow»Hii|C(e<« S3CS* 12 beautiful cards and envelopes to help you “Remember your friends at Christmas tune.” Others at 49c and 98c Bath Salts Powder Sot 9*« Bath salts and powder in com bination with 4 bars of French toap. In a gift bps. Terry Bath Towel Sett Excellent tor Gifts! Towel and a face cloths; In gift package 98* Dainty Handkerchiefs for Women Assorted Designs, in Gift Bos r,69« hearts, u’nderplaycd with the six from his own hand and drew the last adverse trump from West’s hand. The lead was in the Dummy and all of Dummy’s clubs were good, giv ing him the remaining tricks. The scoring—South made 64 trick points; 50 for a doubled contract and 80 honors for his four honors in one hand. At progressive or duplicate there would have been an additional 125 points for making game in one deal. Mr. Work’s Comment Commenting on the play, Mr. Work picked out as the high point of the hand Mr. Lenz’ lead of the club from the Dummy ahd discard of a spade from his own hand at trick four. Had he led a heart or discarded a dia mond, his contract would have failed. With the inevitable spade lead to the next trick, Dummy would have been obliged to ruff, and, weakened to three trumps, further forcing would have prevented Dummy’s running of clubs. At contract, the bidding would have been: South one heart; West, two spades; North four hearts; West, after two intervening passes, double. North would be justified in the jump to four, because, with a spade bid on her right, the ace-queen of spades can be counted as two assisting tricks For Christmas The Oift That Only You Can Give. jM VIRGINIA BUTLER 7/m HOME STUDIO 100 Third Street Phone 888 Dine at the G. P. Eat Shop and be entertained by SAM KONTOS and his entertainers every night from 6 to 7. Bill Folds 49c Hip fold style of genuine leath er—either plain calf or em bossed steer hide. Others to £1.96 Men's Traveling Sot 9So Contains hair brush, soap bp* apd tooth brush holder. Leath erette case. Men’s Silk Crepe Square Mufflers *1.98 Men’* Bath Robes *4*9B Bismarck, N. Dak. or raisers. The four hearts coupled with a blank suit make one more raiser, the blank suit is valued as two more, and the King-Jack- 10 of clubs as another; a total of six, whereas only five raisers are required to jump partner from one to four. University Women At Fargo Organize Fargo, N. D., Dec. 2.—OTV-Organi zation of a state unit of the Ameri can University Women’s association is assured as a result of favorable ac tion Monday by the Fargo branch, it was announced by Mrs. B. C. B. Tlghe, branch president, Other state branches already voted favorably are at Valley City, Grand Fbrks, Bismarck, Dickinson. North Dakota is the last state in the »ginn to organize. , A. W. LUCAS CO. Christmas Lingerie A Complete Selections Invite Gift Seekers Every Department ready for a big Christmas trade with the newest and latest of merchandise, all priced at the new lower A. W. LUCAS CO. Where You Expect More for Your Money—And Get It Find tKe Different Bag Ben (i u uinimlaHy to wte tS* Ml Man mi C ■ W k 1 rithat pria* jou m immti et owning. Than mlt l'/ / 9 ■ M Grain Dealers to Form Finance Group Chicago, Dec. 2.—(A 5 ) —A finance corporation to handle loans to inde pendent fanners grain elevators was planned today by a general commit tee representing grain dealers of the mlddlewest. Delegates of the central states farmers elevators organization au thorized the committee headed by Theodore Frederickson, Murdock, Minn., to form a corporation whose loan fund would be available to ele vators denied loans from the federal farm board’s treasury. The commit tee announced it would start nego- Masons and Stars, don’t for get the dance at the Temple Dec. sth. Locally Controlled Locally Owned All Employes on Full Time A Special Group Silk Underthings And nothing could be lovelier for this Christmas gift-giving than one of the new, very long backless costume slips, che mises, or dance sets of crepe de chine for holiday formal wear, Empire gowns, ankle-length, or one of the very new loung ing pajama costumes of rayon. Beautiful silks and dainty laces combined with our low prices makes this group of lingerie particularly inviting. * $195 prices. tjjfe’ » MW tiatlons with banks in financial cen ters throughout the country. Attention, Odd Fellowai Election of Officers Tonight. Something Is Going to Happen The Greatest Shoe Sale of the Year Watch Tomorrow’s Papers “ m#* m »■ ''