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The Bismarck tribune. [volume] (Bismarck, N.D.) 1916-current, January 12, 1931, Image 5

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Junior Music Club
Joins Federation
The Melodie club, organised recent
ly by a group of young musicians at
Washburn, under the direction of
Miss Marie Lemohn, Bismarck, will
hold its second meeting this evening.
Thf club has just affiliated with the
national and state federations of mu
sic clubs.
Members are piano pupils of Miss
Lemohn and the group meets once
each month to study composers.
Violet Klein is president of the
club; Marie Odegard, secretary, and
Robert O’Brien, treasurer.
* * *
Doll Made By Indian
Girls Goes to Athens
An Indian doll, dressed by the girls
of the Sakakawea club, composed of
* students at the U. S. Indian school,
Us one of the prized exhibits of the
Lyceum club of Athens, Greece.
Sent by the girls to Mrs. Grace
Morrison Poole, Brockton, Mass., first
vice president of the General Federa
tion of Women's clubs, as a souvenir
of her visit here in 1929, the doll
formed a part of a collection of dolls
representing various nationalities in
the United States. The collection
was sent to the Athens women by the
General Federation of Women’s clubs
as a token of friendship.
In a letter to Mrs. Alfred Zuger, 501
West Thayer avenue, state chairman
of junior membership, who was
responsible for the gift, Mrs. Poole
quotes from a letter from the Athens
club. It says in part, “We shall place
the dolls among the collection of dolls
with our national costumes as a preci
ous souvenir of the happy hours we
have spent with you during your visit
to Athens. Please transmit to the
General Federation of Women's clubs
the sincere greetings of the Lyoeum
club and our best thanks also to the
girls who have dressed the dolls.”
Mrs. Poole visited in Bismarck in
September, 1929, following the state
convention of the North Dakota Fed
eration of Women’s clubs at Dickin
son for which she was the main
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Serr, Man
dan, were hosts at a dinner party
Sunday afternoon at their home, in |
honor of Miss Madge Runey, Bis-I
marck, who recently retired as county j
superintendent of schools. Guests wex-e j
all county superintendents and covers!
were placed for Miss Nell Cooper, Val
ley City; Mrs. Lorene York, Manning;
Leonard Overdahl, Rugby; Hans J.
Lee, Steele; Elroy Schroeder, Grand
Forks; Miss Runey, and Mr. and Mrs.
Serr. Yellow candles in silver holders
and appointments in yellow were 1
used for the dinner table. ;
* * *
In observance of the 10th birthday
anniversary of her daughter. Doris,
Mrs. F. N. Orchard, 112 Avenue D, en
tertained 14 small girls at a lunch
eon and matinee party Saturday aft
ernoon. Appointments in pink were
used for the table which was lighted!
with pink candles. Favors were tiny
dolls. Later the girls attended the
show at the Paramount Theatre. Mrs.
Orchard was assisted by Mrs. A. C.
Brainerd. Mrs. W. W. Turner, James- !
town, was a guest from out-of-town. 1
jfc j|e s|c
Mrs. J. E. O’Neil, 414 Ninth street, j
entertained 12 young people at a din
ner party Sunday evening for her son
Edward, who will leave soon to con
tinue his studies at St. John's univer
sity, Collegeville, Minn. A bowl of
rosebuds centered the table and dec
orations to form a pink and green
color note were used. The evening was
spent Informally.
* * *
To meet Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Sork
ness, Jamestown, who were their
guests for the day, Dr. and Mrs. Mil
ton H. Berg, 723 Sixth street, enter- '
tallied 24 guests at an informal tea!
Sunday afternoon. Rose-colored tapers j
in crystal holders decorated the tea {
table, which had appointments in i
pink and white. Mrs. Harvey Niles,
assisted Mrs. Berg.
* * #
Mrs. Mary Thistlethwaite, pioneer
Bismarck\re&ident, has left for Seat
tle, Wash., where she will spend sev- j
eial weeks with her brother. John
Casselman, who is convalescing from i
a serious operation. Mr. Casselman is ;
a brother of Judge W. 8. Casselman, j
of this city. Mrs. Thistlethwaite ex- 1
pects to be away for three months or j
* * *
Miss Nell Cooper, Barnes county .
superintendent of schools, arrived S
Sunday from Valley City, to attend
the county superintendents’ confer
ence here this week. Miss Cooper is
the guest of Miss Madge Runey, 511
Fifth St., during her stay in Bis
* * *
Harry A. Thompson, 227 West Ros
ser avenue, left Saturday evening for
Salem, Ore., to visit his cousin, Wal
ter Skelton, who is critically ill in a
hospital there. Mr. Skelton is a for
mer Bismarck resident.
* * *
Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Brauer, 709 West
Rosser avenue, entertained a company
of eight at a turkey dinner Sunday
afternoon. Following the dinner the
remainder of the afternoon was spent
at bridge.
* * *
Melvin Gessner is expetced to ar
rive. Monday evening from Cando, N.
D., for a few days’ visit with friends
in the city.
Plan Musical Program
For Club Radio Hour
Mrs. Ralph Mayer, Mason apart
ments, will broadcast a program of
classipal piano numbers Thursday
afternoon beginning at 2:30 o'clock
over KFYR, as one of the weekly
programs sponsored by the North Da
kota Federation of Women’s clubs.
Numbers to be given by Mrs. Mayer
include Valse Caprice (Chamlnaude);
Ala blen Aimee (Schutt); and Polish
Dance (Scharwenka).
. Other programs to be given under
the auspices of the federation during
the week include a talk by Dr. E. C.
Haagenson, Grand Forks, on "In
fantile Paralysis” which will be
broadcast from the Grand Forks sta
tion at 7:30 o’clock this evening.
Miss Norma Gooden of the Fargo
Central high school faculty will have
the Fargo program, speaking on the
topic, "The'Home Should Facilitate
Individual Moral Growth.” The talk
will be given at 4:30 o’clock Wednes
day afternoon over WDAY.
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I Meetings of Clubs I
I And Social Groups j
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The Mother’s Service club will meet
Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs.
Earl Heising, 122 Avenue C west.
* * *
The Business and Professional
Women’s club will hold its January
dinner meeting at 6:15 o’clock Tues
day evening at the club rooms.
* * *
Members of the Progressive Moth
er’s club will meet at 8 o’clock Tues
day evening with Mrs. Albin Hed
strom, 527 Thirteenth street. The pro
gram will deal with famous exploring
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Mr. and Mrs. Harold Barstad, Bis
marck, are the parents of a baby boy,
born Sunday.
Members of the Masonic Lodge will
enjoy a smoker and stag party Mon
day night at the Masonic temple, be
ginning at 7:30. There will be cards
and lunch.
| Ray V. Stair of the Stair Motor
j company left Sunday evening on a
I business trip to Minneapolis. He ex
! pects to be away about a wek.
Charles F. Martin, of the state
railroad commission, left Bismarck
Sundfcy evening for St. Paul, where
he will represent the commission at
.a hearing on the co-ordination of
motor transportation with rail car
j xiers, before the Interstate Commerce
Major A. C. Young, army officer
attached to the adjutant general’s of
fice, left today on a tour of instruc
tion during which he will visit na
tional guard units at Lisbon, Edgeley i
i and Jamestown. He will return home
Fred Peterson of the Grand Pa
cific Hotel, C. P. Stone of -the Prince
i Hotel and D. E. Shipley, hotel in
! spector for the state regulatory de
partment, left today for Fargo where
they will attend the 24th annual con-
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vention of the North Dakota Hotel
and Restaurant Men's association.
Mr. Peterson is president of the state
organisation. '
Members of the North Dakota as
sociation of county school superin
tendents were arriving here Monday
for their annual meeting, scheduled
for Tuesday at the Elks Hall. Elroy
H. Schroeder, Grand Forks county, is
president of the group which will dis
cuss school problems.
E. J. Gobel was elected president
of the Old Time Dance club at a
business meeting preceding a danc
ing patty Saturday evening at the
Odd Fellows hall. Rudy Patzman
was named vice president and F. O.
Hellstrom secretary-treasurer. About
75 Bismarck couples are members of.
the club. Dances are held on the
second and fourth Saturdays in each
month. \
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene R. Morris,
Minot, who have been visiting since
Christmas at the home of Mr. Morris’
mother, Mrs. E. E. Morris, 714 Sixth
St., left Sunday for their home. Mrs.
E. E. Morris, who has been ill at the
St. Alexius hospital, has .recovered
sufficiently to return to her home.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Herbert,
813 Avenue C, have announced the
marriage of their daughter, Ada
Louise, to Edward E. Hixon, Mandan,
Following a meeting of Nicholson Rebekah lodge
with the president of the Rebekah assembly on Monday
evening, January 12, at 8 o’clock, the members of both
the Rebekah and subordinate lodges will celebrate the
anniversary of the birth of Thomas Wildey, founder of
the Independent Order of Odd Fellows and the 112th
year of the order.
Also take notice that on Tuesday evening, January
13, at 8 o’clock, there will be a public installation of of
ficers of Capital City Lodge No. 2, I. O. O. F., to which
the public is invited and all other branches of the order.
This will also be the occasion for the Belebration of the
30th anniversary of the organization of Capital City
Lodge No. 2 of Bismarck.
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marck. Mr. and Mrs. Hixon will
make their home in Mandan, where
Mr. Hixon is employed.
Fredonia Woman Is
Claimed by Death
Miss Pauline Rossman, 52, Fred
onia, died here Sunday after an ill
ness of several weeks’ duration.
Born In Russia in 1869, Miss Ross
man came to this country as a young
girl and settled with her family at
No details as to relatives or fu
neral arrangements could be obtain
ed Monday.
Fredonia Farmer
Dies in Bismarck
John Schlect, 59, a farmer from the
Fredonia district, died here Sunday
after an illness of approximately two
Relatives have set Thursday as a
tentative date for the funeral which
will bq held in Fredonia at the Con
gregational church.
Schlect was actively engaged In
farming until stricken early in Nov
ember with the illness which finally
caused his death.
He leaves his widow, Maria, and
two daughters and four sons, aU of
who- reside In the Fredonia district.
They are Rudolph, Michael, Emil and
Herbert Schlect, Mrs. John Schultz
and Mrs. John Carlander.
Frank Volk and Joseph Weisgarber,
Bismarck, were taken to the hospital
Sunday suffering from injulres sus
tained when their car overturned in
the river bottoms near the Memorial
Lawrence Schneider and Mike
Weisgarber, Bismarck, who also were
occupants of the car were uninjured.
Volk suffered a dislocation of the
elbow and received lacerations about
the head. As far as could be ascer
tained Joseph Weisgarber was not
seriously injured and it is believed
that he suffered principally from
The men were driving along the
road that leads into the Dome dan
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who carried away one Under*
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