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Miss Jacobson Is Back
From Carribean Cruise
Miss Thalia. Jacobson, 314 Third
St., is back from a six-weeks' Carri
bean cruise. Sailing from New York
the first part of February, on the
Bixtola, the first stop was made at
Jamaica in the West Indies. Leaving
there several days were spent at Pan
ama and in cruising along the coast of
South America. Sight-seeing tours
were arranged at Oartagna, Bam
quilla, Santa Marta and other ports
along the Colombian coast.
The boat returned to New York
about the first of March. Before re
turning Miss Jacobson visited friends
in New York and Boston as well as
Chicago and Peoria, 111.
* * *
Modern Composers Are
Featured in Program
Under the direction of Mrs. L. R.
Priske, a program emphasizing the
work of modern -American composers
was given by members of the Thurs
day Musical club at their meeting at
the home of Mrs. Opie S. Rindahl.
Taking part in the program were
Mrs. Henry A. Jones, who played "The
Vision” a lyric of Psyche, by George
Leibling; Mrs. O. A. Devoid, who sang
“Children of the Moon.” Warren, and
“Ma U’l Batteau.” Lily Strickland;
and Mrs. R. Van Neste flayed "Polo
naise American” and "Impromptu.”
both by John Alden Carpenter. "The
Last Hour*’ by Walter Cramer and
“To a Hilltop” by Ross Cox were sung
by Mrs. G. E. Wlngreene.
Mrs. Arthur Bauer gave tvo piano
numbers, “The Headless Horseman"
Kelly, and "Indian Summer Time,”
Johnson and Mrs. John Graham sang
“The Sleep That Flits on Baby’s
Eyes,” Carpenter.
As a closing number Mrs. Win
greene and Mrs. P. J. Bavendick sang
“Go Lovely Flower” Lemare-Douty,
and “Sea Gardens” Cooke.
* * *
Local Girl Plans
Play Day Program
Miss Barbara Register, Bismarck,
head of the women’s physical educa
tion department at Gustavus Adolphus
college, St. Peter, Minn., was in
charge of a “Minnesota play day”
staged at the college March 7, in
which nine schools participated.
In attendance at the meeting were
representatives from the University
of Minnesota, St. Olaf’s college, Carle
ton college, Hamline university. St.
Catherine’s college, Macalester college,
Augsburg college, and Concordia col
Following a day of sports, the event
was climaxed with a banquet and
* * *
Justice A. G. Burr addressed mem
bers of the local chapter of Rainbow
Girls at their meeting Thursday eve
ning which was attended by a num
ber of Masons and members of the
Eastern Star. Judge Burr showed
how religion Is taught through the
various lessons in the Rainbow work
and discussed the significance of the
different symbols of the order. Mus
ical numbers were given by George
Humphreys and the program was
followed by a social hour.
Mr. and Mrs. George Valker have
returned to their home in Minot after
a short visit here with friends. Mrs.
Valker will be remembered here as
Miss Helen Flske.
We Telegraph Flowers
Oscar H. Will & Co.
Phone 784
319 Third St. Bismarck. N. D
Dram Perfume Sale
Friday and Saturday
De Luxe Pkg. Dram
St $25.00 $1.50
S3S& $20.00 SI.OO
L'Heuro Bleue ...... $20.00 SI.OO
LotuslS’Or , $20.00 SI.OO
m 6“ $25.00 $1.50
Sfc $10.50 .85
AmSryllte $25.00 SI.OO
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Bienaimee JpIU.UU t *OU
This affords a fine opportunity to try these high qual
ity perfumes at small cost.
Finney’s for Drugs
We still have a few Health-O-Meter Scales left,
at the special OC
price of 90eVD
DUV Conducts Essay
Contest for Students
As a means of increasing Interest in
a study of the Civil War, members of
Tlrzah Ann Barclay Tent, Daughters
of Union Veterans, are sponsoring an
essay contest for eighth grade stu
dents in the Will junior high school
and St. Mary’s school. The subject is
“Results and Cost of the Civil War
in Bloodshed and Money.” Prises of
$3 and $2 will be awarded as well as
first and second honorable mention,
according to Mrs. A. L. Sandln, who
is in charge of the contest.
A similar contest in which only
upper grade students at the U. S. In
dian school will compete, opens this
week, the topic to be "Heroes of the
Civil War.” Frist prize will be $2
and second sl, with first and second
honorable mention.
Judges for both contests will be
Mrs. Florence Davis, Mrs. R. E. Wen
zel and W. E. Parsons.
Legion and Auxiliary
To Hold Joint Meeting
R. J. Kamplln, Bismarck, state
commander of the American Legion,
and Mrs. A. A. Kjelland, Hatton, de
partment president of the auxiliary,
will preside at the sessions of the
first joint spring conference of the
American Legion and auxiliary, which
opens March 23 at Kenmare for a two
day meeting.
Part of the opening day will be
given over to the first district con
vention, with Mrs. J. D. Stenson, Wll
liston, district commltteewoman, in
charge. Reports will be presented by
the 27 units composing the district,
and a quartet contest will be a fea
Dr. Neal D. Williams, Excelsior
Springs, Mo., national vice command
er, and Thomas 8. McConnell, Fowler,
Ind., national child welfare chairman
for area D. will be speakers at a joint
meeting of the legion and auxiliary
Monday afternoon.
Mrs. James Morris, Bismarck, na
tional rehabilitation chairman for the
northwestern division, will preside at
a rehabilitation and child welfare con
ference Tuesday morning.
Mrs. F. L. Conklin and Mrs. V. J.
Laßose will preside on Saturday and
Sunday afteqpoons, respectively, dur
ing the lecture and musical program
to be given at the public exhibit of
wood block prints in the dining hall
of the new World War Memorial
building. Programs will begin at 4
o'clock each day. according to Mrs.
Florence Davis, who is in charge of
arrangements for the display. Visitors
will be given time to view the prints
later in the afternoon.
Miss Marjorie Bolton was compli
mented with a miscellaneous shower
given Thursday evening at the home
of Mrs. Halite Cochrane at her. home
east of the city. The evening was
spent socially with games and sewing.
Miss Bolton leaves Sunday morning
for Excelsior Springs, Mo., where she
will become the bride of Harry Cun
ningham, formerly of Bismarck.
Mrs. S. D. Cook of the Montana Life
Insurance company left Friday for
Madison. Wis., where she will spend
several days at the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. E. E. Swinney. Mrs. Cook’s
daughter Victorine and also her
mother now are at the Swinney home.
Mrs. A. P. Hanson, Litchville, and
Mrs. Sam Sarsten and son Rqdger,
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Valley City, have returned to their
homes after a visit at the horns of
Dr. and Mrs. H. T. Perry, 116 Avenue
B. Mr. Sarsten motored here from
Valley City to get them.
Mrs. Mont Lewis, Tuttle, is spend
ing a few days in Bismarck visiting
with friends.
| Meetings of Clubs |
I And Social Groups |
p. — <.
Circle No. 1 of the Trinity Lutheran
Ladles Aid will conduct a food sale
Saturday afternoon from 1 to 5
o'clock at the A. W. Lucas store.
The Junior Study club will hold a
caqdy sale at the A. W. Lucas store
Saturday afternoon beginning at 1
Officers of the Ladies Aid society
of the First Presbyterian church an
nounce that all circles of the organi
sation have maple syrup for sale.
Officers will be elected at a meet
ing of the U. C. T. Auxiliary Satur
Heed this Warning :
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Don’t go to bed with “just a sore throat.” It may be
tonsilitis by morning! It takes five minutes or less to
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all soreness, but reduces the infection. Three tablets
crushed in tumblerful of water; physicians say
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for colds, headaches, neuralgic pains, etc. Get genuine
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Mrs. Alice Specht is now in charge of the Modern Beauty
Shoppe in the New Nicola Building. Phone 1378.
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day evening at 8 o'clock at the Elks
hall. Cards will be played following
the business meeting.
MCity-County News j
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Mark Andrews, Fargo, Cass county
sheriff, was a business visitor in Bis
marck Friday.
F. H. Giermann left Wednesday for
a short business trip to Minneapolis.
Mr. and Mrs. Herman Brocopp.
1001 Twelfth St., are the parents of
a daughter bom Friday at St. Alex
ius hospital.
A son was born to Mr. and Mrs.
Weldon Burbage, Bismarck, at the St.
Alexius hospital Thursday.
Miss\ Eva Feldman, Linton, and
Wilhelm Worlltz, Anamoose, were
Store open until 9 p. m. Sat
urday. Rose Shop.
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Would You like to Take a Walk?
—Fox Trot (Snaps Good'll
Come from That) (from the ■
Musical Comedy, "Saw* and Lets”)
99 Out of a Hundred Wanna Be
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Rudt Vall£e and His
Connecticut Yankees
No. MCtl, IModb
When You Fall in Love, Fall in
Love With Me—Fox Trot
The Wind in the Willows —Fox
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The Sleepy Town Ft,pipes F. T.
Yictoe Akden-Pejl Orman
and Tain Obcßestba
The King's Harass" Fox Trot
Jack Helton and His Oboe.
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Keep a Song in Your Soul —F. T.
The River and Me—Fox Tret
Duke Elungton and His
Gotton Club Oechoestba
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It Must Bo True—Fox Trot
Fool Me Some More! —Fox Trot
Gus Ahnheim and His Orcr.
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The Walts You Saved for Me—
In a Window, in a House, in
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Lady, Play Your Mandolin
Blue Again The Retslebs
Station KFYR
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T m I Ounllty
Mrs. Worlitz plan to make their home
in Bismarck.
Store open until 9 p. nt. Sat
urday. Rose Shop.
Notice Hairdressers
Examinations in both
branches of Beauty Culture
will be held in Minot March
24th and 25th, 1931. Reg
ieter at Vogue Beauty Shop
before 9 a. m.
State Board of Hairdres
sers & Cosmetologists,
Clara Russell Alexan
der, secretary.
We congratulate this territory over the admission of KFYR into the
National Broadcasting company hook-up and trust that it proves as pleas
ant and profitable to the Meyers Broadcasting Co. as we know it will to the
community that KFYR serves.
a. w. LUCAS co.
It Is a Corset Season
The Foundation Garment Is of Extreme Importance to
the Correctly Costumed Lady.
AGossard Gives the Correct Foundation
Have come into their own—and for
the woman with the full figure to
day is just as fashionable as her
more slender sisters—if her figure
is properly moulded! The attrac
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of pink brocade with a semi-uplift
bust of satin tricot, 14-inch elas
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smooth curve. It’s boned over the
diaphragm and to the top in back—
for flatness where it's most needed.
Model 3625 .... .$5.00
A $1.50 Ladies’ Hose This Week SI.OO
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gives longer wear. Silk hem is lined with lisle for garter pro
tection. All the new Spring shades.
See Our Fashion Promenade of Living Models at the Automo
bile Show on Saturday Evening, March 21.
Are you tuning in on KFYR Thursday evenings at 7:30 to hear
the celebrated Ben Burnie and his orchestra, through the
courtesy of the A. W. Lucas Co. and the Phoenix Hosiery com
pany? You will enjoy it.
And you will enjoy the KFYR hookup with the National Broad
casting company and the wonderful program this will bring.
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diaphragm and back $5.00
Dainty lace and crystal crepe is
darted to form a semi-uplift bras
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