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JJocal Unit to Send Large Delegation to District Convention More than 20 members o£ the local unit of the American Legion Auxiliary will attend the third district conven tion of the auxiliary, which will be in session Thursday at Jamestown. Some of the group plan to leave Wed nesday afternoon and others will leave early Thursday morning. In the former group will be Mrs. G. Olgierson, third district committee woman, who will preside at the ses sion, and the auxiliary quartet, com posed of Mrs. G. J. Worner, Mrs. Ray V. Stair, Mrs. J. A. Solein and Mrs. Ople 8. Rlndahl and their accompa nist, Mrs. Clarence Gunness. Others going are Mrs. James Mor ris, national committeewoman, who is speaking at all the district meetings; Miss Mary Houser, president of the local unit, and Mesdames Forrest Skinner, B. E. Hitchcock, F. C. Stucke, Harry Rosenthal, R. D. Bur man, A. C. Brainerd, A. A. Whitte more, Frayne Baker, E. F. Trepp, Carl Knudtson and O. F. Bryant. * * * Business Women Reelect Officers All officers of the Bismarck Busi ness and Professional Women’s club were reelected at the annual busi ness meeting of the organization Tuesday evening in the club rooms. They are Miss Bessie Baldwin, presi dent; Miss Susan B. Sheaffer, vice president; Mrs. George McCay, secre tary; and Mrs. J. W. Scott, treasur er. Mrs. Nellie Evarts was reelected and Miss Henricka Beach named as a new member of the board of directors. Other members of the board in ad dition to the officers are Mrs. Berta Baker, and Misses Lillian Cook, Esth er Maxwell and Judith Rue. Mrs. Ray V. Stair, Mrs. McCay and Miss Esther Maxwell were elected del egates to the state convention here May 22-23 and Miss Rue, Miss Ger trude Evarts and Mrs. J. W. Scott were named as alternates. Dinner was served by members of the emblem committee preceding the meeting. Covers were placed for 28 at t/| tables which were centered with bouquet of spring flowers. Miss Esther Maxwell is chairman of the emblem committee and she was assisted by Miss Matilda Kolberg, Mrs. Myrtle Hardt, and Miss Helen Vaile. Miss Ruth Wynkoop, secretary of the local unit of the American Legion .Auxiliary, announces that the bronze medals for the annual civics contest have arrived. They will be awarded following an examination for eighth grade students in Bismarck and Bur leigh county, which will be conducted at 1:30 p. m. Saturday May 16 at the Will school. The contest, which aims to foster an interest in civics as a means of promoting better citizen ship, is under charge of the Ameri canism committee of the Auxiliary. Russell Reid, superintendent of the state historical society and his moth er, Mrs. Peter Reid, 811 Twelfth St., leturned Tuesday evening from Han nah, N. D., where they were called by the serious illness of Mrs. Reid's brother and sister, Roy Balfour and Mrs. W. Weed. Both Mr. Balfour and Mrs. Weed are considerably im proved. Mrs. Reid and son were ac companied to Bismarck by her fath er, Samuel Balfour, who will visit here for a time. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Iver Acker, 819 Sec ond St., will leave for the northern part of the state the latter part of this week where Mr. Acker, who is state tax commissioner, will deliver addresses at programs commemorat ing Norwegian Independence day, May 17. He will speak at Maddock and Oberon and will also give an ad dress at a similar observance Thurs day evening at Driscoll. Iris in crystal bowls centered the tables and emphasized the purple and white color note for the 1:30 o'clock bridge luncheon given Tues day afternoon by Mrs. M. B. Gilman at her home, 707 Avenue A. Guests were members of the Tuesday bridge dub and covers were placed for 12. Score prizes were awarded Mrs. N. I. Roop and Mrs. Harvey Niles. Members of the Yeomen Ladies club held an informal social meeting Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Lyman Morley, 615 Tenth St. Attendance prizes for the afternoon were awarded Mrs. M. H. Schnecker and Mrs. C. E. Will. Mrs. Edward B. Cox, 602 West Thayer avenue, is spending a few days in Minot as the guest of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. George A. Mc- Farland. Dr. McFarland is presi dent of the Minot State Teachers col lege. Mrs. Bertha Burt, Mrs. Armilla < Browning and Mrs. Lena Smutzler, ‘ all members of the Jamestown tent t of Daughters of Union Veterans of J the Civil war, were in Bismarck Tues day for a visit with friends. >* * * *• i * Mrs. R. J. Murphy (Dorothy Skeels) and small son of Fargo have come to Bismarck for a visit at the home of Mrs. Murphy’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. K. Skeels, 521 West Thayer ave nue. lINNEY'sI * * * * * * * * * * * * ♦ * * * * * Niece of Local Man to Be Presented at Court Miss Adele Jahncke, Washington and New Orleans debutante, who will be one of the 20 American women to be presented at court to King George and Queen Mary next week, is a niece of Edwin M. Stanton, 707 Ave nue A. She is the daughter of the acting secretary of the navy, Ernest Lee Jahncke and Mrs. Jahncke. With her mother, Miss Jahncke sailed last week for London, a letter received by Mr. and Mas. Stanton states. Miss Jahncke, who made her bow to society in Washington last whatcr, is a popular member of the younger set in Washington and she was chos en as queen of the carnival during the New Orleans Mardi Gras early this spring. * * * Mothers Service Club Names Mrs. G. E. Smith Mrs. George E. Smith was elected president of the Mothers’ Service club at a meeting of the group held Tues day evening at the home of Mrs. John R. Fleck, 712 Mandan St. She suc ceeds Mrs. P. R. Webb. Mrs. Roy Indseth was named vice president, Mrs. F. J. Bavendick, secretary, and Mrs. Bernard Andrus, treasurer. Mrs. Webb, Mrs. Andrus and Mrs. E. M. Hendricks, who compose the program committee, presented their plans for the next year’s study, which will be on miscellaneous topics cor related with the home. Mrs. E. J. Heising reviewed "Gallow’s Orchard” by Claire Spencer, which was selected by one of the book clubs last year. Mrs. Webb read a prize winning short story. For its final meeting, May 26, the club will hold its annual guest day. * * * Women’s Federation Meets at Bottineau Bottineau, N. D., May 13.—</P>—Dis cussions on the work of the Women’s Missionary federation will feature the program of the Turtle Mountain cir cuit meeting, which opens Thursday. Members of the Lutheran Ladles’ Aids within the Turtle Mountain cir cuit are expected to attend the gath ering, which will begin in the morn ing and be concluded in the eve ning. Mrs. Gottfrid Johnson, Bottineau; Mrs. E. A. Abrahamson, Mohall; Mrs. O. E. Engebretson, Rolette; Mrs. T. J. Sveen, Bottineau, and Mrs. Oliver Seim, Bottineau, are scheduled to speak. Rev. O. E. Engebretson, Ro lette, will preach a sermon, “Wom an’s Place in the Home and in the Church,” Thursday night. Girls of the Lutheran Daughters of Reformation also will present a pro gram at the evening meeting. Meetings of Clubs | And Social Groups | * Work among the Spanish speaking people will be the topic for a meet ing of the Women’s Missionary so ciety of the First Presbyterian church at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. George Welch, 415 Fourth St. Mrs. N. F. Johnson will speak on mission work in South Amer ica and will sing two songs in Span ish. Mrs. Charles Liessman will talk on Chile. S i|c S The Ladies’ Aid society of the First Baptist church will meet at 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. Officers for the ensuing year will be elected. * * * Mrs. Forrest M. Davis and Mrs. J. E. Davis will be joint hostesses at a meeting of the Thursday Musical club promptly at 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon at the F. M. Davis home, 930 Sixth St. The annual junior pro gram will be given. * * * Members of the Order of Rainbow Girls will elect officers at the regu lar meeting of the organization Thursday evening at 7:30 o’clock in the Masonic temple. * * * The Ladies’ Aid society of the First Lutheran church, corner of Seventh St. and Avenue D, will meet at 2:30 o'clock Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. The hostesses, Mrs. H. R. Cunz and Mrs. J. J. Barth, will serve a hot dish luncheon from 4 until 6:30 o’clock. Friends and mem bers are extended a cordial invita tion. * * * Members of the first division of the McCabe Methodist church Ladies’ Aid society will meet Thursday afternoon with Mrs. J. J. Rue, 711 Avenue A. The fourth division will hold its meeting Thursday afternoon in the church parlors. I City-County Briefs * * —— ■ ■ * Three births were reported by at tendants of the local hospitals Wed- The Pioneer Gladiolus Mixture. Up-to-date, popu lar and satisfactory. Giv ing a superb array of bloom. Large, strong, vigorous bulbs. 12 for 45c; 30 for $1.00; 50 for $1.50; 100 for $2.75, postpaid. OSCAR H. WILL & CO. Permanent Waves Created with skill based on years of experience. Best of material used. Frigidine and Fredericks. Reasonably priced. Guaranteed by res ponsible establishment. Buy your Permanent from us, enjoy it during the sum- mer. Harrington’s Blsmarek, N. Dak. nesday morning. All three were born to Bismarck parents. At the Bismarck hospital a son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. Neil O’May and a daughter was born Wed nesday to Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Rott. At St. Alexius hospital a son was born Tuesday to Mr. and Mrs. George Martin. A. P. Thomas, who is affiliated with the Montana-Dakota Power com pany, returned to his home here after an extended business trip to Minot. Mrs. Finess Powell, Steele, who has been seriously ill at St. Alexius hos pital, was reported Wednesday to be somewhat improved. She is the wife of the Kidder county clerk of court. Will Initiate 30 Into A. 0. U. W. Lodge Thirty candidates will be Initiated into membership in the A. O. U. W. lodge at a meeting to be held tonight at the lodge hall. The regular drill team, captained by E. F. Trepp, will put on the work and the ceremony will be followed by a lunch and social hour, according to D. B. Burton, dis trict manager. Program for the thirty-seventh an niversary dinner of Bismarck Lodge No. 120 of the A. O. U. W., to be giv en at the Patterson Hotel Terrace Garden Thursday night, was an nounced Wednesday. Dr. F. B. Strauss will be toastmaster and Mayor A. P. Lenhart will give the address of welcome. Other items on the program are addresses by Rev. G. W. Stewart, Mandan, and Walter Fearn, Fargo, representative of the grand lodge; vocal solos by Thurley Snell and Hazel Johnson, a clarinet solo by Sam Kontos and a ukelele number by Alice Haggart. A dance will be held at Patterson hall following the dinner. 135 Plates Reserved For Pioneers’ Dinner Approximately 135 of Burleigh county’s old-timers have made reser vations for the annual banquet and meeting of the Burleigh County Pio neer’s Association to be held tonight at the Patterson hotel, according to J. B. Belk, member of the program committee. Reservations were to be received until 4 p. m. today and it was thought probable that the number might be increased by late registra tions. Serving on the reception commit tee for the banquet will be Mr. and Mrs. P. E. Byrne, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Watson, McKenzie, Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Pearce, Mr, and Mrs Jacob Horner, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Falconer, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Faunce, Mrs. M. L. Shuman, Miss Mary Huber and Miss Aldyth Wwrd. 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Beulah Students Give Class Play Large audiences from Beulah and nearby towns attended the annual class play “Daddy Longlegs” present ed by the seniors of the Beulah high school recently. Members of the cast were Bertram Heinenmeyer, Olga Miller, Dorothy Fields, Dale Neville, Virginia Brown, Molly Cox, Irma Hamilton. Edna Jo se phson. Helen Keogh, Lyle Wagen vold, Alfhild Stohl, and Milton John son. The production was directed by Miss Anna Keane, assisted by George Kadlec, both members of the Beulah high school faculty. Will’s Aristocrat Gladiolus Offer The biggest “Glad” bar gain of the year. One first (largest) size bulb of each of 12 lovely varieties feat ured in our 1931 catalog. Each sort a leader in its col or and all prize-winners. The quickest way to Glad success. Listed separately at $1.85. This popular col lection offered for $1.25; 3 for $3.55, postpaid. PALACE THEATRE - MANDAN TONIGHT - THURSDAY 7:15 - 9 p. m. —l5 -40 c Stars in her finest role! 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