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Speaker Reviews Aims
Of University Women
Activities which the American As
sociation of University Women carry
on through their chapters in this
state and elsewhere were reviewed by
Mlss Christine Flnlayson, Fargo, in a
talk before members of the Bismarck
branch last evening. Miss Flnlayson,
.a member of the Fargo chapter,
spoke following a dinner at the Pat
terson hotel which was attended by
30 Bismarck women.
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Miss Flnlayson pointed out the im
portance of forming a state chapter
as a means to formulating a definite
program for the state work. With
all five chapters represented activi
ties tending to enoourage higher edu
cation for women could be emphasis
ed in a more practical fashion, the
speaker believed.
During the business meeting Mrs.
O. S. Rindahl was named chairman
of the membership committee and
Miss Rita Murphy program chairman
for the year. Appointments were
made by Miss Mary Cayou, president.
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Other committee chairmen named
were Miss Elizabeth L. Johnson, ed
ucation; Miss Ceclle Champeau. in
ternational relations; Mrs. R. E. Wen
zel, legislation; and Miss Marcia
Bowman, historian.
The Bismarck chapter meets the
first Tuesday of each month.
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U. S. Indian School
Plans Entertainment
Bismarck people will have an op
portunity to renew their acquaint
ance with the Indian school and its
staff, and gain an idea of the work
carried on there, on Wednesday eve
ning, Dec. 17, when the school will
hold an -entertainment ..nd open
house for its friends. A program of
about an hour’s duration has been
arranged, according to S. R. Mote,
superintendent. It will be held in the
school auditorium, beginning at eight
o'clock.
Following the program, tne guests
will be invited to visit the school
gymnasium, where curios, pottery,
weaving, be ad work and other exam
ples of Indian art will be displayed
for sale. The home economics depart
ment will also have several booths ar
ranged where refreshments may be
purchased. Proceeds front the sale
will be used for music and other sup
plies needed for the dramatics and
dance classes.
Descriptions of the life of the
southern mountaineers, especially those
living in the Blue Ridge mountains,
were given in a paper read by Mrs.
William McGraw at a meeting of the
Mothers’ club yesterday afternoon at
the home of Mr. H. T. Perry. Mrs.
McGraw dealt with their living con
ditions, health, education and showed
how many of them have become pros
perous in spite of geographical diffi
culties. The club is making exten
sive plans for Christmas charity work,
and will pack baskets for needy fam
ilies before the holidays. This is the
only meeting the club will hold this
month.
A program combining classical and
popular music will be presented by
Mrs. M. B. Gilman Thursday after
noon during the weekly radio hour
sponsored by the North Dakota Fed
eration of Women’s clubs, according
to Mrs. J. K. Blunt, radio chairman.
The program, to be broadcast from
KFYR at 2:30 o’clock, will include
Schumann’s “Warum” as well as sev
eral numbers of the popular type.
Mrs. Gilman is a member of the Wed
nesday Study club.
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A paper on “North Dakota Institu
tions” was read by Ruth Jeffries at a
meeting of the Four Leaf Clover
Study club last evening at the home
of Miss Leone Hiland. 614 Rosser
avenue. Plans for a Christmas box
and other holiday activities were dis
cussed during the business meeting.
Miss lone Snellenberger was made a
member of the club.
* * *
Mrs. R. S. Stratton and son, Doug
las, who have been visiting here for
the last week with Mrs. Stratton’s
daughter, Mrs. C. J. Warner, 617 Sec
ond street, will leave this evening for
their home at Red Lake Falls, Minn.
f Meetings of Clubs
And Social Groups
The Junior Study club will hold
their regular meeting at four o’clock
Thursday afternoon with Jean Paris,
404 Fifth street.
Bt. George’s Guild will hold a meet
ing Thursday afternoon at three
o'clock at the home of Mrs. W. E.
Cole, 210 Park avenue. Plans for a
Christmas food sale to be oonducted
Saturday will be discussed.
* * *
The various circles of the Ladies
Aid society of the First Presbyterian
church will hold their regular month
ly business and social meeting in the
church parlors Thursday afterpoon at
three o’clock. Circle No. 1 will be
hostess.
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A special program will follow the
business meeting of the Yeomen lodge
at eight o’clock Thursday evening at
the Odd Fellows hall, according to
J. W. Itiley. foreman. Cominunity
singing, dramatic readings and inter
pretative dances by girls from the
U. S. Indian school will compose the
program. Mrs. C. E. Will, Lady Ro
wena. and her committee will be in
charge of refreshments.
This is a new departure
in photography, particular
ly for children’s pictures.
Photographed .on sensi
tized enamel, daintily col
ored in oil, and beautifully
framed.
All done in our own stu
dio, Mr. Engelhardt, artist.
(Photo Department)
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WWW
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‘Messiah’ Will Have
Chorus of 35 Singers
Eight chorus number* by a chorus
composed of 35 Bismarck singer* will
feature the presentation ef ‘The Mes
siah,” Christmas oratorio by Handel,
which is to be presented Sunday eve
ning, Dec. 14, at the new Trinity Lu
theran church.
The choir of the Trinity Lutheran
church, assisted by singers from other
churches, are included in the group.
Choir members are;
Sopranos—Mesdames Iver Acker, W.
J. Targart, O. E. Johnson, T. G. Prora
asen, J. a. Hyland, Melvin Steen, and
Misses Mildred Erickson, Hilda Boe.
Josie Grinde, Evelyn Omett, and
Mabel Aaberg.
Contralto*—Mesdames Opie S. Rin
dahl, J. o. Thoreson. C. K. Larson,
and Misses Mathilde Welo, Clara
Trom, Irene Lambertus, Mildred Hoff,
and Rachel Johnson.
Tenors—Rev. Opie S. Rindahl,
Waldo Ellickson, Walter Ulmer, Rus
sel Baxvlk, O. C. Ellingson.
Basses—Myron Anderson, A. N. El
lingson, Carvel Johnson. E. N. Hedahl.
Members from other churches are L.
H. Belk and C. G. Boise, basses; Wil
liam Noggle, F. N. Orchard and Em
mett Griffin, tenors.
Emphasizing the spirit of Christ
mas, the chorus number* are of a joy
ful and exultant nature. Among these
are “And the Glory of The Lord,”
“O Thou That Tellest Good Tidings,”
“Unto Us a Child Is Born,” “Olory to
God,” “Lift Up Your Heads,” and
“Hallelujah.” Only “Behold the Lanib
of God” and “Since by M*n Came
Death” have a somber character.
This is the first time "The Mes
siah” has ever been given in Bismarck,
and is being awaited with great in
terest'on the part of music lover* of
the city.
WWW
Colonel Little Rack
From California Trip
Col. C. B. Little returned yesterday
from California. During his short
stay Mr. Little visited his family in
Hollywood and later attended the
Dartmouth-Leland Stanford football
game at Palo Alto.
Mr. George Thurber, nephew of
Mr. Little, who made the trip weit
with him, is returning to New Hamp
shire on the special train chartered
by the Dartmouth team.
WWW
Brasil was the theme for the pro
gram at the meeting of the Progres
sive Mothers’ club last evening at the
home of Mrs. Q. M. Freltag. A talk
on Brazil, emphasizing its resources
and its development within recent
years, was given by Mrs. Fred Bvaren.
Mrs. Roy Riggs read an article de
scribing its capital city, Rio de Ja
neiro. A part of the evening was
devoted to making plans for the an
nual Christmas party which will be
held December 16.
WWW
Mrs. Alice Sherwood and son, Ray,
Jr., have arrived from Creston, lowa,
to spend the winter months as the
guests of Mrs. Sherwood’s aon-ln-lgw
and daughter, Captain and Mrs. B.
Little, Fort Lincoln.
WWW
S. F. Lambert. 301 Fourth street,
accompanied by Glyn O’Neil left yes
terday on a several days business trip
to Dunseith and other points in the
northwest part of the state!
Sons of Norway Will
Hold Annual Election
Gilbert Haugen, secretary of Sven
drups lodge 107, Sons of Norway, has
announced a meeting to qe held De
cember 3 for the election of officers
for the ensuing year.
Members are urged to be present a:
8 o’clock sharp.
SCHOOL REFORM SUGGESTED
Princeton, N. J., Dec. 3.—UP) —J.
Hamilton Lewis, senator-elect, from
Illinois, thinks reform is heeded in
private universities. In the Daily
Princetonian he sets forth that they
are simply the breeding grounds for
muscular athletes or the dufslng
houses for society blooms.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
for their kind assistance and sym
pathy during the illness apd death of
our beloved baby, we also wish to ex
press our thanks to the choir. Rev.
Klnzler for his comforting words and
for the many beautiful floral offer
ings.
Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Moffit.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Ballard
and Son.
Harriet Moffit.
Gladys Moffit.
Thelma Moffit.
Wllhelmina Moffit.
Lucille Moffit.
Charles fe. Moffit.
Dorothy Moffit.
James Moffit.
LEADING LAMBS
TO
SLAUGHTER
That’s a good comparison for
washing fine silks god woolens in
hot water. They wen never made
to stand such treatment. Perhaps
you think there’s no Other way
to get them clean* Than you've
never tried White King Granu
lated Soap.
White King is madqj from the
finest vegetable and not oils—
pure enough to cat. You’ll had
that It doesn’t need hot water to
produce rich, creamy sods, thor
ough cleansing sod swift ringing.
Wash your fine fabrics in luke
warm water. It will add years to
their lives and sc the same time
spire your hands from hot-wstef
irritation.
White King Granulated Soap
filla every household need- It’s
economical, tee. A teaspoonful
for the wash basin, a capful for
the washing machine—plenty,
eveh in hard witter. Tpr It.
Sold by grocers everywhere.
THE BISMARCK TRiBUNE. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 3, 1930
Y«s, Marilyn Has Everything!
Many bright stars twinkling in Hollywood movie lots have beauty. Others
have youth. And then there are the personality girls! But Marilyn Morgan,
above, hks everything! At least that’s what her press agent said; and we
rush forward to agree. Don’t you?
MUSIC ENTHUSIASTS
FORM ORGANIZATION
Hop* to Bring Noted Concert
Artiste to Bismarck by
Community Effort
A gropp of Bismarck music lovers
met yesterday to form the Civic
Music association of Bismarck. This
groqp will be affiliated with similar
orgqnisaMons in 182 cities through
out the United States.
The purpose of this organization
w|ll be to popularize good music in
the community by bringing fine con
certs to a greater number of people
on A cooperative, economical and
popular basis.
Thl association will be built up on
$ paid membership basis, each adult
paying $3 annually and each child of
school ago $2.50. These dues finance
aQ pdhoert* and incidental expenses.
Concerts would be for members only
as no Individual tickets would be sold.
This plan obviates guarantors as no
losses eould be sustained and no
profits derived.
In the near future a week will be
set aside for enrollment of members.
The association has at its com
mand 750 accredited artists, including
all the famous artists of the world,
according to Jane Goude, represent
ing the Civic Concert Bervice, Inc.,
Chicago, promoters of the plan.
A Ideal committee known as the
talent committee will be selected to
choose whatever artists are to appear
here. The number of concerts to be
Flavor-Protected
By New Methods
I
Cake and dried fruit taste bet
teg leffuse of their Cellophane
Flavor-Protection. M’J*B
Coffee tastes better because
of its Hi-Test Vacuum Flavor-
Protection.
Start with this new, richer
coffe today.
BM'J'B
US COFFEE
"fil Flivar-Protecttd Coffee”
Dine
at the
G. P. Eat
Shop
and be entertained by
SAM KONTOS
and his entertainers every
night from 6 to 7.
given will, of course, depend qn the
number of members eneolldd, Miss
Goude said, the minimum being three
concerts a year.
Officers chosen at the flr*t mist
ing were Spencer Boise, president;
Florence Davis, Secretary, and J. F.
Wagner, treasurer. The vice presi
dents are ftev. Father J. A. H- Sl*g.
J. L. Bell, Henry Ducmeland, Ella
Smythe and Mrs. W. H. Stutsman,
Msndan.
Uniformed Fascists
Arrested in Germany
Breslau, Germany. Dec. 3.—C/PH-
Rumors that Fascists planning
formation of a frontier defense fdroe
against “Polish aggression,” causM
police to raid a mansion near here
today where they arrested 200 uni
formed Fascists and seized a quantity
of arms and munition*.
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.
Severe Coughing Spells
Quickly Ended
Distressing coughs can not tire out
and weaken you this winter If you
take genuine Foley’s Honey and Tar
Compound. Each dose carries the
curative balsamic virtues of pure Pine
Tar. fresh demulcent Honey, together
with other valuable cough-healing ifl
gredients. into direct contact with the
irritated throat surfaces, ending the
distressing coughs. Sedative and com
forting without opiate* or harmful
chloroform, mildly laxatlvo. Depend
able for coughs, tickling throat,
croupy and bronchial coughs, and
troublesome night coughs. Sold every
where.-—Adv. )
Notice
Our Telephone No. Is
Through an error our name was
omitted in the new telephone direc
tory just out. This omission not be
ing any fault of ours whatsoever, we
take this means of informing the
public that we still have a phone even
though it is not listed in the new book.
There! also seems to be quite a
general impression that the Butler
Studio has been moved to a new loca
tion. This is not so. The Butler Stu
dio has NOT been moved. We are
still doins business at the old stand,
and expect to continue so for a long
time to come.
If you need any photos for Christ
mas or at any other time, we shall be
happy to serve you, and we respect
fully solicit your business.
Cut this notice out and paste it in
your telephone directory.
The Butler Studio
309 Vi Main Avc.
FIRST DAT’S SEAL
SALE TOTALS $390
Salt to Raise Funds for Tuber
culosis Work Will Continue
Throughout Month
H Approximately
(300 was obtained
for the Christmas
Beal fund in the
Saturday canvas
of downtown dis
tricts, Mrs. Jack
A. Fleck, local
chairman for the
sale, announced
today. The can
vas, which in
emoea tne business firms and offices
oowntown and at the state capitol,
was conducted by about 50 women
who are members of the Community
Council, which annually sponsors the
sale.
While this amount Is not as large
as was obtained in a similar drive last
year, it is believed that Bismarck citi
zens will respond as generously as in
other years in the weeks before the
sale closes.
Because this winter will be a diffi
cult one for many families, it is ex
pected that the need for nursing
service, children’s fresh air camps and
[other aids for under-nourished chil-
Idren will be greater than ever before,
lit is for this reason that Miss Helen
: Katen, secretary of the North Dakota
Tuberculosis association, is urging
(Bismarck people to give even more
than in seasons past.
Last ypar the sale In Bismarck to
taled (1,251.53. Of this amount four
cents per capita, or approximately
(366, was turned over to the tubercu
losis association, to be used directly
for the support of the fresh air camp
at Lake Isabel and other health ac
tivities. a similar amount was set
aside for child health work and dis
ease prevention in the county and
community. The remainder (646.21,
or the amount above eight cents per
capita, was turned over to the Com
munity Council. This sum was used
to provide free milk; bedside nursing
for the needy; dental work for school
children; and for clinics for babies
fumishinas
THE GIFT OF GIFTS
FOR ALL THE FAMILY
Home Furnishings bring im
mediate pleasure; and lasting
satisfaction. Thus wise par
ents mqke the family budget
do double duty at Christmas.
And we have the very things
you need and want, awaiting
Webb Brothers
Biemarck. N. Dak.
249
Phone 249
1A ome
your visit!
Webb Block
and children. It will be seen that
practically all th* returns are tiled in
the community where the money is
raised. Some of the four cents per
capita goes for national purposes such
as medical research and health leg
islation.
Not only do physicians and health
officials endorse the work carried on
by means of the Christmas Seals, but
the highest officials of the nation
have expressed their approval.
President Hoover, in a statement
endorsing the campaign, declared it
to be one of the most valuable serv
ices rendered to mat kind, saying:
“The Christmas Seals of the Na
tional Tuberculosis association which
are sold at Christmas time each year
provide funds for one of tho most
valuable of all services to mankind in
helping to prevent and destroy a dis
ease which threatens millions of
homes and weakens millions of the
children and youth of the nation. I
commend this yearly campaign to all
people.”
Evidence of the effectiveness of the
work made possible by seal funds may
be found In statistics compiled during
the 23 years since the Christmas Seal
Beauty —color —style are all
very necessary to complete a per
fect table. For your .approval
we sketch above the ope selec
tion that we heartily recommend,
Fostoria new Square Base tum
blers and sherbets, accompanied
by lovely unique square plates.
All these articles are available
in a range of sices so that they
may be used for complete glass
service or the odd touch hire
and there, as is milady’s desire.
Like all Fostoria Glass it is of
excellent quality and moderately
priced.
Bonham Bros.
Now Look What’s Happened
Our Entire Stock
Is on
While we were checking over our stock of Shoes the other day, we picked out
quite an accumulation of broken lots in odd sizes, in a big variety of patterns and
leathers left over from previous season's selling.
We are offering all our well known brands of shoes such as “Star Brand,”
“O’Donnell,” “Chippewa,” “Red Wing,” “Central/* “Thorogood,” and other high
grade all leather quality shoes.
Boots
For the Children at only
$2.45
Men’s Boots
Values to sl2
$4.95 to $6.95
A TEN PER CENT DISCOUNT ON ALL OUR NEW
Don’t Miss This! Why pay a big price
for work and knock-about shoes • • .
when you can get such bargains as
these for
In this lot of Shoes for men and women,
you’ll find fashionable patterns and
complete sizes and widths . . . regular
$4.00 to $450 values, going at
Sale commences December sth and continues until Dec. 25.
MUSHIK SHOE STORE
107 West Main
movement was Inaugurated. A report
for the period shows that the death
rate from tuberculosis In the United
States has been cut in half and its
rating as a cause of death has
dropped from first to sixth place.
Frustrate Attempt to
Kill Spanish Premier
Madrid, Dec. 3.—(tf I )—A newspaper
reporter gathered with other corre
spondents in the office of Premier
Berenguer today drew a pistol as the
premier entered and fired at him.
The bullet went wild and the reporter
was overpowered by guards.
The noonday luncheon sched
uled for December 4th by the
UidlMVMiillAiMr Eve. 7 and 9
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Last Times Today
“Up the
River” 1
A New Kind of
Comedy Spree
f COMING TOMORROW
There never was a more ap
pealing heroine than Minnie.
She lived amongst gamblers,
but gambled only once—for
love—and cheated to win a
man the whole world despised.
GdHeaJest”
The Incomparable star of
“Condemned,” and “Holiday.’*
ANN HARDING
Based on' David James Rennie
Beiasco’s Famous Harry Bannister
Play in a Warner Bros. Production
YOU’LL ENJOY . . .
GINGER ROGERS
“OFFICE BLUES”
“Just a Pal,” Featuring Minor Watson
OVERSHOES
$2.95
$3.45
Other Groups
95c and $1.95
In this lot we have simply taken the
very newest, seasonable shoes and cut
the price from 50c to SI.OO a pair. All
sizes and widths in this choice lot of
$4.50 and $5.00 values. Very special at
Big Scoop of Bargains for men and
women in shoes that have miles of wear
in them, and for only
Priced at
MANDAN, N. DAK.
Open Evenings During Sale
Trinity Lutheran Aid has been
postponed until Tuesday, De
cember 16th.
Don’t forget the chicken sup
per at the Methodist church
tomorrow night at 6 o’clock.
For Christmas
JAt £ The Gift That Only You
Gan Qive.
4m VIRGINIA BUTLER
7/m HOME STUDIO
100 Third Street Phone 098
Boys’ Boots
Values to $7
$2.95 to $3.95
CHILDREN’S AND MISSES’
SHOES AND SLIPPERS
95c to $2.45
$3.95
$4.45
Phone 240

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