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l I —■ p———■ ..IIP ■I r . . ■*> Mr. - Mrs. McKinnon Observe Anniversary To celebrate the 25th anniversary of their marriage, Mr. and Mrs. A. D. McKinnon, 312 Avenue B West, entertained 20 guests at a 7 o'clock dinner at .their home Sunday eve ning. The rooms were effectively decorated with bowls of red roses and baby breath, while bouquets of roses and other cut flowers centered the dinner tables. Musical numbers, including a group of Scotch songs, were given during the evening by Mrs. V. J. Laßose and Mrs. J. E. Davis, with Mrs. F. M. Davis at the piano. Later bridge was played, with score honors going to Mr. and Mrs. George Thom. Among the guests were several from out of the city, including Sen. and Mrs. Frank Hyland, Devils Lake; Sen. and Mrs. Edwin Traynor, Stark weather; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wahl, Denhoff; and Mr. and Mrs. Thom, McClusky. * * * Third House Plans For Dancing Party The “thir<l house” organization for employes of the two houses of the state legislature, will sponsor a danc ing party Wednesday evening at the new World War Memorial building. Invitations to the event were issued during the week-end. Among features planned for the event are novelty song and dance numbers to be given at intervals during the evening. An orchestra headed by Hazel Johnson will play. * * * Junior High School To Present Operetta "Windmills of Holland” Dutch operetta, will be presented by pupils of the Will junior high school some time during the latter part of 'Febru ary, according to an announcement made today by C. W. Leifur. prin :ipal. 'lhe performance will be given at the Bismarck high school auditorium and will be open to the public. The scene of the operetta ( s laid in a Dutch farmyard and the pic turesque setting together with q-aint and colorful costumes and tuneful melodys make an entertainment of more than usual interest. The cast of characters is be Lib' se lected this week by Misses Lcuise Johnson and Mabel Olson, who will have charge of the dramatics. Two choruses, one of boys and on? of girls, have begun practice under the direction of Miss Jessie Strelgi, mosic instructor. * * * Officers of the fourth infantry regiment at Fort Lincoln and their v.v/es have been extended invitations to attend a dinner dance which will be given Saturday evening at the Powers hotel. Fargo, by the Fargo- Moorhead Officers’ Mess. None of the post officers will be able to attend, however, recording to information re ceived from the fort Monday. ♦ * * Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Meyer. 912. Fourth St.. were honored guests at a dinner given Saturday evening by Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Gaffaney at their home in Fargo. Mrs. Meyer has been v‘siting in Fargo for a week and Mr. Meyer went there Saturday for a . brief stay. * * * Mrs. George McCann, Banks, N. D., and Miss Margaret Sundfor, Fargo, arrived Sunday from Fargo for a few days’ visit with their brother-in-law i and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tar gart. 705 Sixth St. They are ec route to Mrs. McCann’s home at Banks. * * • P. W. Eddy, senator from Stutsman county, and F. G. Kneeland, member of the legislature from the same county, visited at their homes in Jamestown over Sunday, returning to Bismarck Monday morning. ** * ~ Mr. and Mrs. George Thom, Mc- Clusky. who have been guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A; D. McKin non, 312 Avenue B West, for several days, plan to leave Tuesday for their home. t * * * Warden and Mrs. C. C. Turner en tertained a company of 12 at an in formal evening bridge party •Salur oay evening at their home in_the waideiVs residence at the state peni tentiary. * * * Eev. Ellis Jackson, past.** of the First Baptist church, who underwent an deration Triday at the Bisnarck hospital, is making a satisfactory i cove-y, atxoicling to hospital attend ant 5. ** * . Frank Ployhar, senator from Barnes county, returned Sunday eve ning from Valley City, where he vis ited with his family over the week end. v* * * George Elmslie, Devils Lake, arrived Saturday for a week's visit at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. L. V. Miller, 608 Fifth St. * * * Miss Ada Gunderson arrived Satur day evening from Chicago to visit her father, Henry Gunderson, Man dan, who is seriously ill at the Bis marck hospital. * * * Mrs. Leo Wilson, Washburn, is here to spend a few days as the guest of her sister, Mrs: Herb Hanson, 410 Fifth St. jiNMErsv Auxiliary Dancing Party Is Postponed The benefit dance to have 'been given Friday evening under the aus pices of the American Legion Auxil iary. has been postponed until Wed nesday, Feb. 11, according to an an nouncement made Monday by Mrs. C. E. Knudtson, chairman of the committee in charge of the event. The change in time was made, it was said, because the dancing party sponsored by the "third house” will be held on Wednesday evening of this week. The Auxiliary party will be held In the new Memorial building and pro ceeds will be used to purchase fur nishings for the room set aside for the use of the Auxiliary and other women's organizations of the city. Specialty dance numbers, arranged by Mrs. Frayne Baker, will be one of the entertainment features of 4hc evening, WCTU Board Meets In Fargo March 5-6 March 5 and 6 have been set as the dates for the annual mid-year meet ing of the executive hoard of the North Dakota W. C. T. U. which will be held in Fargo, according to Mrs. Barbara Wylie, corresponding secre tary for the organization. Routine business will take up part of the sessions but the major part of the time will be devoted to plans for the spring district conventions and the state convention next fall. * * * Mrs. J. A. Larson, who is leaving in the near future to make her home in Minneapolis, was a guest of honor at a 1 o'clock bridge luncheon given Friday by Mrs. A. P. Lenhart and Mrs. J. C. Oberg at the Lenhart home, 106. A venue B West. Tapers in pas tel shades centered the small tables and appointments and luncheon menu carried out the pastel color scheme. Places were laid for 24. Score prizes for the afternoon went to i Mrs. George F. Shafer and Mrs. J. E. Davis and a favor was presented Mrs. Larson. This is the first of a series of parties which Mrs. Lenhart and Mrs. Oberg are planning. ♦ * * Mrs. O. F. Bryant and Miss Fay Ritchie were hostesses at a 7 o'clock bridge dinner Saturday evening at the Bryant home, 305 Avenue B, in com pliment to Mrs. Jay A. Bryant, Na poleon. Places were marked for eight at small tables centered with red rosebuds and decorations to form a Valentine motif were used. Mrs. C. A. Miller, Cackle, and Mrs. Harry Wcodmansee held honors in the bridge games. Mrs. Jay Bryant, who has been visiting relatives here fo” a week, will leave Tuesday for her home. * * For Mrs. J. A. Larson, choir direc tor, members of the morning choir of the McCabe Methodist church en tertained at a farewell party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Arnot, YOUR BIRTHDAY send MOTHER We Telegraph Flowers Oscar H. Will & Co. Phone 784 319 Third St. Bismarck, N. D. 3 LEARN ■ MINKTTE’S 3 METHOD \ 3 OF 3 Beauty Culture ■ Minette Graduates ■ Are in demand ■ —Get good positions » —Command high salaries m WRITE TODAY FOR ■ INFORMATION AND NEW CATALOGUE 3 Minette Beauty School H 309 Broadway Fargo. N. D. Don't worry about prise* . . the Bridge player!* favorite tro phy is crisp new pack* of world- CONGRESS BICYCLE WAVING CARDS THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. MONDAY, JANUARY 26, 1931 715 Fifth St. Mrs. Larson, who has been a member of the choir for many years, Is leaving the first of next ; month to make her home in Minne apolis. She was presented with a 1 gift from the choir. The evening was spent informally with games. ♦ * * Preparations for the benefit card 1 party which will follow the meeting Catholic Daughters Monday eve- ; ning at St. Mary’s school auditorium, < will he in charge of a committee , made up of Mesdames L. A. Tavls, V. J. Laßose, P. B. Strauss, Myron At kihson, J. L. Enright, Fred Peterson and C. 8. .Possum. Play will begin at 8 o'clock and the public is invited to attend. -• [ * * * Members of the Trinity Lutheran church choir and others who took; part in “Hie Messiah” oratorio pre sented recently under the auspices of the church, were guests at a din ner served Saturday evening in the church dining room by the Ladles Aid society. Vases of red carnations and red candles were used to decor ate the long table where places were marked for 40. * * * Miss Gertrude Elchorst has taken a j temporary position in the state tax commissioner’s office. She arrived Saturday from Valley City where she has been visiting her sister, Mrs. A. L. Skonnard, and began her new du ties Monday morning. * * * Frank Gage, of the state regula- j tory department, and Col. A. B.! Welch, Mandan postmaster, were vis- : itors In Dickinson over Sunday. * * * Mr. and Mrs. P. Keys, Underwood, i spent Sunday in Bismarck as the l guests of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Smith, ! 600 Tenth St. * * m Mrs. Mabel Heinze and daughter Miss Germaine Heinze, Tower City, spent the week-end in Bismarck One Cent a Day Pays Up to $1,000.00 The Postal Life & Casualty Insur ance Co., 1156 Moriarty Bldg., Kansas j City, Mo., is offering a new accident policy that pays up to SIOO a month for disability and $1,000.00 for deaths —costs less than lc a day—s3.so a year. Over 65,000 already have this protection. Men, women and chil dren, ages 10 to 70, eligible. Send no money. Simply send name, address, age, beneficiary’s name and relation ship and they will ensd this policy on 10 days’ FREE inspection. No examination is required. 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These 3 are the best of the authentic styles offered on the New -M ■ York market for this season 3 I PRICED AT $3.95 to $12.00 I E?e * ■ sound H J|| -aSSis. ■ transacting business and visiting with friends. Mrs. Heinze is editor and publisher of the,. Tower City Topics. C»— 1 4 i Meetings of Clubs ! And Social Groups The Mothers’ Service club will hold its regular monthly social meeting Tuesday evening at the home of Mrs: J. C. Peltier, 831 Fourth St. * * * Mrs. C. W. Porter, 1714 Rosser av enue, will be hostess to members of the Progressive Mothers’ club at their regular meeting at 8 o’clock Tuesday, evening, * * The Sons and Daughters of Norway will sponsor an old time dance Thurs day evening at the Odd Fellows hall, dancing to begin about 9 o’clock. The general public is invited to attend. * * * New members of the Business and Professional Women’s club will be WHITE OF MANY COLORS Wf usually think of newly laun dered sheets and linens as pure white. 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A social hour will follow the program. * * * The World Wide Guild of the First Baptist church will serve a supper beginning* at 5:30 o’clock Thursday evening, Jan. 29, in the church par lors. t City-County News 1 *■ . .l— i -»■ —■ i ■ * Mr. and Mfs. Andrew Irvine, Bis marck, are the parents of a baby girl, born Sunday at the St. Alexius hospital. A daughter bom Synday to Mr. and Mrs. N. M. Daffinrud, Hazen. Improve 1 Your Game | with | Milton C. Work! | ¥ Auction and £ | Contract Bridge $ 1 Tuesday, KFYR | 4:30 p. m. k PLAYERS | South (Dealer) Mrs. Beryl S. . £ Moncricff, New Bedford, Mass. West —Mrs. Edward Goldsmith, V Danville, 111. 4* North Mrs. Theodosia Van Norden Emery, Hartford, Conn. Eafit Mrs. Oscar E. Busby, ;£ Dallas, Texas. £ 4AJ 8 S 9 K Q 6 3 A 075 3 £ *9B 2 \ * K 9 7 6 4 * 5 3 2 £ c 39 w4-e 9 104 2 § 0 10 9 - W T E 0 K 64 2 *J7 S 3 S *KIO 4 £ * Q 10 £ 9A3 7 5 OAQ J 8 £ * A Q 5 J £ How many No Trumpe should South £ bid originally at Auction? At Con- \ tract? If West leads the 6 of Spades, how many entriel can South make £ in Dummy? How many tricks can \ she take? Let the experts show you, by radio! £ What*, Your Bridge Handktp? | Milton C. Work will tdl you. Two easy \ tost questions in every Radio Qamc. \ Don’t miss this chance to find out how \ you really rate! \ * A summery •i this game will appear \ in thia paper \ ■■■a your taste te//s the Truth! Mrs. Dafflnrud is the daughter of L. H. Carufel, Bismarck. FOLEY-GRAM Coughs and colds grow worse at nightfall. One coughing disturbs the entire family. It pays to keep a bot tle of genuine Foley’s Honey and Tar on hand. First doses spread a healing demulcent coating on the Irritated A. w. LUCAS co. Bismarck’s Style and Shopping Center Clean-Up Sale MEN? DRESS SHIRTS $1.95 Value $129 -4 3 for $3.75 “Stay-Downs” Fancy Pattern Broadcloths, 7-button front— -1 pocket, guaranteed fast colors—well tailored and made to fit. Clean-Up Sale Men’s Hose 3 Pro AA Silk and wool, i;ayon and lisle—sizes I lu* tP I UU 10 to 13. A good selection from a I great variety of pattern effects, in- JL eluding 50c and 75c values. These values should be readily appreciated and make liberal . buying. throat surfaces. Clear clogged air passages. Ease difficult breathing. Stop coughs at once. Sedative and comforting without opiates. Mildly The annual meeting of the Burleigh County Chapter of Red Cross will be held at the Association of Commerce at 5 p. m. January 26. 5 ATTENTION, MASONS A Smoker at the temple to night, Jan. 26. Cards and lunch. Visiting Masons are cordially invited. Due-to conflicting dates the American Legion Auxiliary, dance will be held Feb. 11.