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Much Entertainment Is Planned for Delegates 'And Visitors to State B. P. W. Clubs Convention Affairs Arranged Include a Banquet, Luncheon, a Tea and Breakfasts Delegates to the state convention of Business and Professional Women’s clubs are looking forward to a busy day Saturday, with four social affairs and a drive scheduled in addition to the regular convention sessions. Breakfasts at 7:45 a. m. for past state officers and for club presidents will open the day. Next will come the Virginia luncheon, scheduled for 12:15 o’clock at the Hotel Prince cav ern room. The annual federation banquet will be served at 7 p. m. in the Terrace Gardens at the Patterson hotel. The past state officers breakfast will be held in the club rooms with Mrs. Lottie B. Sowles, Bismarck, and Miss Julia McDonough, Minot, pre siding. Miss Marjorie Shuler, New York, will speak at the club presi dents’ breakfast, to be served at the Hotel Prince cafe. Members of the local club, dele gates, and visitors are invited to the Virginia luncheon at which Miss Ruth Pollard will be the speaker. It is planned to promote interest in the biennial convention at Richmond, Va., in July and appointments and menu will carry out the Virginia idea. Mrs. Nellie Evarts wil preside. The federation banquet will be the largest social event of the convention. Many Bismarck women, not members of the club, have made reservations, and delegations from clubs in several of the nearer towns are expected 'to attend. Miss Shuler will be the speaker for this affair and a short program of musical numbers is planned. , . An informal dinner, followed by a play and music is arranged for Fri day evening in the World War Me morial building. Miss Bessie Bald win. local club president, will preside. At the close of the afternoon ses sion a tea will be given at the home of Governor and Mrs. George F. Shafer. * * * Service Is Emphasized In Address to Nurses Nurses have unlimited opportun ities for bringing happines into people's lives Dr. G. M. Constans told alumni of the Bismarck hospital Thursday evening at a banquet in honor of the senior class of the train ing school. That the nurse’s responsibility is great and that the profession de mands a high type of service and willingness to do small tasks well and cheerfully, was pointed out by the speaker. The banquet was served in the din ing-hall at the Trinity Lutheran church. .. . Miss Esther Teichmann, president of the North Dakota Nurses associ ation, presided as toastmaster during the banquet. Members of the grad uating class were welcomed to the alumni group by Miss Hulda Rehm, with Miss Mae Robinson, senior pres ident. responding. Announcement that Miss Edra Arndt, as honor student, would be awarded SSO, to be used as a scholar ship fund, was made by Mrs. Mary Davis, superintendent of the training school. In the past it has been the custom to allow this amount to pay the ranking student’s expenses to the state convention, but because it will be held in Bismarck this year, the mopey is to be used by Miss Arndt for post-graduate work. Miss Dorothy McGillivray gave hu morous readings during the evening and vocal numbers were given by Mrs. Iver Acker. Mrs. Opie S. Rin dahl played a group of piano num bers, violin selections were given by Mrs. Otto Hanson, Fort Lincoln, and the Kontos orchestra played. Yellow, white and green were fea tured in the table decorations, with pink roses, gladioli and tulips adorn ing the tables which were lighted with yellow and white candles. Favors were miniature dolls and the pro grams repeated the rose motif. A maypole with colored streamers and miniature figures occupied a promi nent place in the hall. Seventy guests were seated at the taffies. Mis Rehm and Mrs. Ferris Cordner headed the committees arranging the affair. 9|C )|C 3^ Mrs. Peter Reid, 811 Twelfth St., has returned from Hannah, N. D., where she attended funeral services for her brother, Roy Balfour, who died Sunday at Devils Lake after an illness with pneumonia. She was ac companied here by her sister, Mrs. Norman Hunter, Myromme, Sask., and her father, Samuel Balfour, Han nah, who will visit here for a time. * * * Miss Evelyn Freeberg, 510 Fourth St will leave Saturday for Chicago, where she will Join her brother-in law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Athey, Washington, D. C. After a few days spent in Chicago with friends the party plans to motor to several points in the east before re turning to Washington. Miss Free berg will be away several weeks. * * * Bismarck Girl Scouts are asked to meet with Mrs. W. G. Womer at 1:30 o’clock Saturday afternoon at the state capitol, to attend the George Washington centennial celebration and tree planting service. jIKNEY’sI \JPtwne9 Sons of Norway at Driscoll Celebrate Members of the Sons of Norway lodge of Driscoll held a celebration commemorating the anniversary of Norwegian independence on May 14 in the lodge hall. The first part of the program con sisted of a fictitious radio hook-up with station OSLO at Oslo, Norway. King Haakon extended a greeting and there were vocal duets and solos, violin and accordion music by celeb rities in Norway’s history. Albert Hananear put on a stunt and sang two songs, accompanied on the piano by Miss Hazel Nelson. Miss Hazel Nyseth appeared on the stage as “Miss Norway.” Iver Acker, Bismarck, was the speaker of the evening. The program was concluded by dancing and the serving of a midnight lunch. * * * Grand Forks Named By Degree of Honor Fargo, N. D., May 22—(JV) —The next triennial convention of the state Degree of Honor Protective associa tion will be in Grand Forks in June, 1934, it was decided at the concluding session of the meeting here Thursday. The convention also voted to taae immediate steps toward erecting and equipping a building at the Dunseith sanitorium for occupational therapy. Mrs. Claire Jackson, Hannaford. was named delegate to the national convention in St. Paul in June. * * * Mrs. George E. Shunk, president of the second division of the Ladies’ Aid society of the McCabe Methodist church, was in charge of a musical program presented at a meeting of the group Thursday afternoon. Mrs. John Larson sang “As in a Rose Gar den” (Cadman) and “In the Garden of Tomorrow” (Deppin). Violin solos were given by Mrs. Otto Hanson, Fort Lincoln, who played “The Old Refrain” (Kreisler) and “Minuet in G” (Beethoven). Mrs. J. L. Powell sang Turner-Malay’s “A Little Town Nearby” and “Spring’s Awakening" (Sanderson), with Mrs. Forrest M. Davis playing the accompaniments. ♦ * m Both local and out-of-town mem bers of the Royal Neighbors lodge are invited to attend the luncheon to be served between 12 and 2 o'clock Saturday afternoon at the home of Mrs. E. J. Schultz, 511 Second St., according to Mrs. Roy Bakken, sec retary. The affair will honor Mrs. Grace McCurdy, Des Moines, lowa, ™ ™" ous <0099* Waxtite Bag ... IT BRINGS KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES OVEN-FRESH TO YOUR TABLE! NO WONDER Kellogg’s Cora Flakes are pre ferred by the majority of housewives. They are different in flavor, quality and freshness! Kellogg’s Cora Flakes always reach you in per fect condition* This is because of the patented Kellogg’s Waxtite Bag. This special bag also enables you to keep the flakes fresh and crisp even after yon open v the package. Other foods are wax-paper wrapped. Some on the outside. Others have an inside wrapper. But only Kellogg’s Cereals have a Mealed waxtite imier bag. Sealed against odors, moisture and contamination! Kellogg’s Cora Flakes are one of the most economical and convenient of foods. From a single package costing only a few cents THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE, FRIDAY, MAY 22, 1931 supreme manager of the order, who will pay a visit to the local lodge. MANDAN NEWS Mandan Principal to Be Speaker at Linton L. G. Thompson, Mandan high school principal, will deliver the com mencement address to seniors of the Linton high school tonight at exercises to be held in the Linton high school auditorium. Nineteen are to be graduated, in cluding: Doris Fergus, valedictorian; Mary Hager, salutatorlan; and Em mons Barth, Isaac Blore, Banyor Blore, John Bosch, Chris Bosch, George Brooks, Alvin Dockter, Ralph Haugse, Lawrence Vetter, Ella Hoff, Math Kraft, Dorothy Greuger, Gladys Maier, Joe Martin, Martin Reldlinger, Walter Sauter, and Maxine Wagner. Drill Teams Feature A.O.U.W. Anniversary Adult and juvenile drill teams of the Mandan A. O. U. W. lodge fea tured the 33th anniversary of the na tional group at ceremonies Thursday evening in Hurson Hall, Mandan. The drill squads will perform at the state convention at Fargo June 3. Eighteen candidates were initiated into the lodge at the ceremonies Thursday night. More than 150 members of the lodge attended the supper and 25 members of the Bis marck lodge were guests. Sentence Bismarck Man on Liquor Charge Lloyd Mouck, Bismarck, was sen tenced to 12 months in the Morton ) 4 ON YOUR I >J| BIRTHDAY Send iS||lll MOTHER Hlk ERMI FROM We Telegraph Flowers Oscar H. Will & Co. Phone 784 319-3rd Street Bismarck N. Dak. I^^WpßßijglMliji b(Njx > j liii county Jail and fined $75 and $25 costs by Judge H. L. Berry of the sixth judicial district Thursday. Mouck pleaded guilty to driving an auto while intoxicated. He has been held in the Morton county Jail the last 10 days pending his hearing. Mouck was arrested after Matt Gaab, Mandan, swore out a warrant for his arrest. Gaab said that Mouck crashed into his automobile, shoving it off the highway and causing con siderable damage. No one was in jured. Loan Association to Convene in Mandan J. E. Thwing, assistant secretary of the Federal Land bank of St. Paul, will be the principal speaker at a conference of the Mandan National Farm Loan association, according to E. A. Ripley, secretary of the organi zation. The meeting, scheduled for May 25, will be held at the Mandan Cham ber of Commerce rooms. Following the morning session, members of the group will dine at the Lewis and Clark hotel. A. J. Sylvester, Mandan, is presi dent of the organization. Forty mem bers of the group are expected to be present at the meeting. v Showing lay Saturday Master Mind and Murder dystery. BNER LAND 3 CHAN S ON” ICK IURCHILL MER HITE i ingenuity |j Yard fails. ference” ndaon and a Moods” many treats for breakfasts, lunches, children’s suppers, late snacks. Ready to serve with milk or cream. No trouble to prepare. With a “wonder*’ flavor that can’t be copied. For many reasons, it pays to get genuine Kellogg’s in the red-and-green package. Sold by all grocers. Blade by Kellogg in Battle Creek. <0099* COIN FLAKES Stroke Proves Fatal To Morton County Man Joseph Duppong, 74, Gen Ullm, died here Friday morning at 8:15, the vie* tim of a paralytic stroke. Duppong was seized with the stroke while visiting with a daughter in He bron Monday. He was brought here Wednesday for treatment. Born in Hungaria, Duppong came to this country in 1897 and had lived in North Dakota for 30 years. He was engaged in farming in Morton county Special Local grown Early Ohio Seed Potatoes. Good quality. See them at the DACOTAH SEED CO. Phone 106 109 9th St See ear seed wool tag ad •a »a*e I for a number of years. In 1911 he re tired. Duppong leaves four sons and two daughters. They are Martin, Joseph, Ferdinand and Anton, all of Glen Ullin; Mrs. John Barbie, Bismarck, and Mrs. George Ding, Hebron The body will lie in state at the Webb Funeral Parlors until 9 p. m. tonight. Funeral services will be held at the Glen Ullin Catholic church Monday £xc£u4ufcJ2eadut67Km&Ajltfacry time BLOCK BMMMteK. scat Another Selling Event for SATURDAY Coats s2s.oo—Formerly to $39.50 $35.00 —Formerly to $55.00 s49.so—Formerly to $69.50 Dresses $9.75 —Formerly to $25.00, plain and printed crepes. Sizes 14 to 20. sl2.7s—Formerly to $39.50, plain and printed crepes. One, two and three piece styles. Sizes 14 to 40. $19.75 —Formerly to $45.00. Plain and printed crepes. Silk suits and chiffons. Sizes 14 to 40. Hats s2.9s—Formerly to $12.00. All colored straws. Hose 75c, SI.OO and $1.25. Broken lots and sizes. Service weight, and chiffon. 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Burial will be in the Glen Ullin cemetery. Doukhobor Leaders Send Three to Russia Nelson, B. C., May 22.—(A*)—Douk hobor leaden announced Friday three delegates would leave for Russia next One More Week of Gas Range Special » DORIC Jftf SAA.SO IS ONLY py week to Kid members of the sect there on their propoeed emigration to America. The proposed removal, which has not yet been approved by Russian authorities*, would be to Mexico, lead en said. The Methodist Home Mis sionary society will give a food sale at Skeels' Saturday at 11 a. m. 5.00 per month • r.