Rainbow and DeMolay
Dancing Party Will
Have Holiday Theme
A holiday motif, with red and
ween as tne predominating colors,
will be used in the decorations for
the Rainbow-DeMolay dinner dance
to be given Widnesday evening. Dec.
30, at the Masonic temple by mem
bers of the two orders. Dinner will
be served at 6:30 p. m.
Festoons of greenery will deck the
dining room and red and green will
be featured in the table appointments.
Small fir trees and other seasonal
decorations will be used In the up
stairs ball room.
More than 50 couples are expected
to attend, this number including a
number of young people home for the
Arrangements for the party are be
ing made by a committee comprised
cf Leonard Crawford, Aldeen Paris,
Virginia Rohrer, Helen Targart,
Omar Walla and Donald Johnson.
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Miss Mary E. Webster
And Arnie Gordon Wed
Miss Mary XL Webster, daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. John Webster, Baldwin,
and Arnie Gordon, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Ernest Gordon, Regan, were
married here Saturday afternoon at
the home of Rev. Walter E. Vater,
pastor of the McCabe. Methodist
church, who officiated.
The attendans were Miss Lucile
Bur hart, Bismarck, and Dale Webster,
brother of the bride.
The bride fore a frock of deep blue
flat crepe with accessories In a har
monizing shade and Miss Burh&rt
wore a dress of brown figured crepe.
Mr. and Mrs. Gordon will make
their home at Baldwin, where the
bridegroom Is engaged in farming.
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Elmer Olson, Bismarck, Is visiting
In Jamestown during the holidays
with his mother, Mrs. Ole Olson.
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William Byrne, Minneapolis, has
come to Bismarck for a holiday visit
with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. P. E.
Byrne, 120 Avenue A West.
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Miss Mary Register, Minneapolis,
has arrived to spend the holiday sea
son with her mother, Mrs. Mary Reg
ister, 508 Second St.
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Miss Marian Ryan, 605 Avenue B,
has left for Marshfield, Wis., where
she will be the guest of friends for
about a week.
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Miss Bpara Christianson, of the
state land department office, return
ed Sunday from Harmon where she
spent Christinas with her parents.
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Miss Marcia Bowman, 809 Fifth Bt.,
has from Washburn where
she was the guest of Miss Maxine Mc-
Culloch over the Christmas week-end.
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Miss Thelma Livdahl, who teaches
fet Litchvllle, N. D., Is spending the
holidays in Bismarck as the guest of
her mother, Mrs. G. N. Livdahl, 719
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Mr- and Mrs. Jake Hummel. Gackle,
visited in Bismarck over Christmas
with their daughter. Helen, who re
cently underwent an operation at the
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Mias Mary Kent, Grand Forks, has
come to Bismarck to spend the re
mainder of the holiday season as the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. O’Neil,
414 Ninth St.
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Mr. and Mrs. Archie O. Johnson,
910 Seventh Bt., returned Sunday eve
ning from Anamoose where they spent
Christmas with Mrs. Johnson’s par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Manta.
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Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Mulvaney, 319
Avenue B West, have as their guest
during the holiday season Mrs. Mul
vaney's cousin, Robert Doyle, a stu
dent at the University of Minnesota.
Mr. Doyle’s home is in Butte, Mont
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Miss Jeannette Davis has left for
her home in Jamestown after a holi
day visit here with her brother-in
law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John A.
Roehrick, 1600 Avenue G.
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Miss Frances Wynkoop, Belcourt, N
D., and Miss Florence Wynkoop, San
Haven, N. D., arrived Sunday to spend
the holidays In Bismarck with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Wynkop,
608 Second St.
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John Hutcheson Will
Marry Winnipeg Girl
John Hutcheson, Springfield, Mass.,
son of Dr. and Mrs. W. J. Hutcheson.
Fargo, former Bismarck residents,
will be married Tuesday to Miss Grace
Nicholson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. :
J. B. Nicholson, Winnipeg, according
to information received here.
Mr. Hutcheson was graduated from
the Bismarck high school and the
University of North Dakota and made
his home here while Dr. Hutcheson
was pastor of the McCabe Methodist
church. At present Dr. Hutcheson is
executive secretary of the Masonic
bodies in North Dakota.
The wedding will take place at the
Nicholson home in the presence of
near relatives, with the Rev. F. E.
Malott, Winnipeg, officiating. Dr.
and Mrs. Hutcheson and their daugh
ter, Miss Hazel, will tfe among the
After the service Mr. Hutcheson
and his brkle will leave for Spring
field, where Mr. Hutcheson is as
sociated with the Westlnghouse com
Miss Nicholson is a graduate of
the University of Manitoba.
S i|i s
Holiday Tea Planned
By University Women
Young women of Bismarck and
Mondan who are home from colleges
and universities for the Christmas va
cation, and other university women
who are visiting here during the holi
days, have been invited to attend an
informal tea which members of the
local branch of the American Associa
tion of University Women will give
Wednesday afternoon at the Univer
sity Club. 916 Fourth St. Hours will
be from four until six o’clock.
In the receiving line with Miss Mar
garet Fulmer, president of the Bis
marck chapter, will be Mrs. A. C.
Young, Mrs. T. C. Madden, and Miss
Genevieve Parsons, all local officers.
Mrs. W. L. Nuessle, Mrs. Nelson
SauvalA, Mrs. Forrest M. Davis and
Dr. Maysil Williams will preside at the
tea table during the afternoon.
A committee comprised of the Miss
es Catherine McKinnon, Charlotte
McKinnon, Charlotte Logan and
Louise Johnson is directing arrange
ments for the affair.
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Mr. and Mrs. Roy Stephens, Stan
ton, were guests Christmas day at the
home of Mrs. Bertha Schafer, 116
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. Mr. and Mrs. A. A. Harris, Warren,
Minn., who have spent the last week
at the home of Mr. Harris’ brother
and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mm. W. F.
Harris, 628 Fifth St., left Monday for
Spokane, Wash., where they will visit
relatives of Mrs. Harris.
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Dr. and Mrs. J. O. Thoreson, Mason
apartments, returned Sunday evening
from Fargo where they spent the
Christmas holiday with Dr. Thom
son’s mother, Mrs. Julia Thoreson.
They were accompanied here by Wen
dell Thoreson, a nephew, who will
spend the week here.
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Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Dickinson and
infant son Louis, Jr., have left for
their home at Crystal, N. D., after a
visit here with Mrs. Dickinson’s moth
er, Mrs. D. H. Houser, 418 West Ros
Entire Stock of Dresses Reduced for Quick Selling
EACH SALE FINAL
SMALL CHARGE FOR
Values to $9.75
DRASTIC REDUCTION ON LADIES’ COATS
BASEMENT SHOE DEPARTMENT
One group odd sizes Shoes formerly
special price priced to $3.94
ser. Mrs. Dickinson has been in Bis
marck for several weeks and Rev
Dickinson joined her here for the
Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lillestrand. 316
Mandan street, spent Christmas at
Washburn as the guests of Mrs.
Lillestrand's brother-in-law and sis
ter, Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Franze.
Mr. and Mrs. Gene Morris left
Sunday for their home in Minot after
spending Christmas here with Mr.
Morris’ sisters, the Misses Catherine
and Boniface Morris, 714 Sixth street,
and with other relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Hulett and Mrs.
Hulett’s sister, Miss Hannah Rafte
seth, 623 Sixth St, have returned
from Elgin where they spent Christ
mas and the week-end with Mrs.
Hulett’s mother, Mrs. I. Rafteseth.
and with Mr. Hulett’s parents, Mr.
and Mrs. K. Hulett They were ac
companied to Elgin by Mrs. Hulett’s
sister, Mrs. E. L. Adams of McKenzie.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl J. Tullberg, 1021
Fourth St., have returned from Mott
where they visited over Christmas
and the week-end with Mrs. Tull
berg’s mother, Mrs. Paul Bohn and
other relatives. They were accompa
nied to Bismarck by Mrs. Tullberg’s
sister. Mrs. R. P. Buehler and daugh
ter Ella Lois, who will remain here
until after the New Year.
Mias Marjorie Ackerman, 918 Sixth
street, entertained the members of
the L. O. P. H. club at a slumber
party at her home Bunday evening
following a midnight theatre party.
A supper was served after the show
and plans were made for the dancing
party which the club will give this
evening at the World War Memorial
Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Reff, 615 Ave
nue F, were hosts to members of their
bridge club Saturday evening. Cards
were played at three tables, with Mr.
and Mrs. C. L. Thompson and Mr.
and Mrs. E. A. Greenwood holding
honors. Appointments in the holiday
colors were used for the tables, when
a supper was served.
Complimentary to Mr. and Mrs.
Gene Morris, Minot, Mr. and Mrs. N.
Lloyd Lillestrand, 316 Mandan street,
entertained eight guests at a bridge
party Saturday evening. Score
awards were made to Mrs. Morris
and to Chester Perry, a lighted
Christmas tree and greenery decorat
ed the rooms and red handles cen
tered the tables.
| Meetings of Clubs |
I And Social Groups I
The meeting of the Royal Neighborg
lodge, scheduled for Friday evening,
has been postponed until Jan. 29, ac
cording to Mm. Roy Bakken, secre
Aged Prospector Is
Dead from Injuries
Deadwood, S. D„ Dec. 28.—(A*)—
Funeral services were held Sunday for
A. M. Wheeler, aged prospector of
Iron Creek, who died from injuries
received in a fight at his cabin more
than a month ago.
James Rivers, Indian, is held for
assault with intent to do bodily in
jury. authorities said.
Wheeler came to the Black Hills
in 1877 and has made his home on
Potato Creek and Iron Creek since.
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Values to $15.00
Every pair of ladies’ shoes in our
main floor and basement shoe de
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•Arch Shoes —are offered in this sale.
An exceptional opportunity to save
I MANDAN NEWS
REMAIN AT LARGE
Mandan Authorities Continue
Investigation Into Robbery
of Produce House
Thieves, who stole dressed turkeys
valued at more than S3OO from a
Mandan produce house Friday night
still were at large Monday as Mor-
ton county authorities continued an
investigation in an effort to learu
Tire tracks left in the snow in
dicated that the robbers used a truck
in hauling away the loot and author
ities are making an effort to locate
Sheriff's officers at Bismarck are
cooperating with Morton officials in
an effort to find the stolen poultry.
A search of possible caches in both
cities was conducted Saturday but no
trace o£ the loot was found.
The theft was accomplished after
the robbers had forced open a door
in the warehouse of the Mandan Pro
duce company and made off with 60
turkeys and about 100 chickens.
Sheriff John Handtmann said
Monday he hoped to make an arrest
when the thieves attempt to sell the
Project for Jobless
Finished at Mandan
Mandan's project to provide work
for its unemployed came to an end
Saturday when workmen finished the
last job listed on the project calendar.
Work has been provided for more
than 100 men who have worked la
shifts over a period of two months.
Funds to pay men for leveling off
city lots were provided through an
arrangement between city and county
Wages were paid in the form of
staple groceries, and men with fam
ilies and men who had been out of
Jobs for the longest periods were giv
en preference in alloting work.
C. D. Cooley, president of the Man
dan city commission, said Monday
that no further work would be pro
vided by the city during the winter.
High School Alumni
Will Attend Party
More than 100 couples are expected
to be present at a dance for the
alumni of the Mandan high school lo
be held at the school gymnasium
Tuesday night, according to J. C.
The party Is an annual affair given
during the Christmas holidays for
A group of Bismarck youngsters
will appear in a number of dancing
novelties as a feature on the pro
Alumni Will Take on
High School Cagers
A basketball team made up of for
mer Mandan high school stars will
go into action when the Alumni take
on the Braves at the high school
gymnasium Wednesday evening.
No lineups were available Monday
but it was expected that Coach Leo
nard McMahan would send in his
first string players against a team
made up of a number of college play
ers home for the holidays.
Girls Win Prizes for
Exhibits in Contest
Marion Lyman received first prize
for her exhibit in a doll and doll
house contest conducted by a Man
dan mercantile concern.
Helen Tostevin was second.
Others who received prizes were:
Justine Dahl, Dorothy Dow. Marie
Jean Tavis, Ann Wilkinson, Margaret
Thompson, Joyce Hunke, Mary Brod
erick. Grace Olson, Mary Jane Pierce,
Beryl Scothorn, Shirley Loveland,
Royanne Kennelly, and Georgia
Funeral Rites Held
For Center Resident
Funeral services were held Mon
day for Mike Briltz of Center who
died in Bismarck late Friday from the
effects of a stomach disorder.
Briltz leaves his widow, father, and
The funeral was held at Center.
TO GIVE PARTY
Members of the Masonic bodies
will bo hosts at a dancing party New
Year's Eve, it has been announced.
The party is an annual affair.
LIONS HEAR TALKS.
ON CHRISTMAS WORK
Joe Spies and W. B. Couch Re
turn to Meetings; Maurice
A review of work done for needy
families in Bismarck during the
Christmas season was made in sev
eral impromptu talks by members of
the Lions club at the luncheon meet
ing of the organization Monday.
Among the speakers were John
Peterson, Dr. F. B. Strauss, and D. E.
Joe Spies, member of the club, at
tended his first luncheon of the club
here in more than two months. He
has just returned from a visit in
California. W. B. Couch, who has
been ill for some time, also attended
the club’s luncheons Monday.
Christmas cards received by the
organization from former membex*s
were read and a letter from Henry
Halverson, member of the organiza
tion who is out of the city on a visit,
also was read. Among those sending
Christmas cards were Robert Wher
land and Howard Kuehn.
Maurice “Eddie” Fitzgerald, tenor
baritone, sang three solos. They were
“Highwaymen’s Song,” “Gypsy Love
Song,” and "Irish Eyes Are Smiling"
He was accompanied by Grace Duryee
ASKS CITIZENSHIP PAPERS
Duluth, Dec. 28.— (JP) —Emil M.
Erickson, who Dec. 7 resigned as sher
iff of St. Louis county and two days
later was declared an alien by a dis
trict court order, Monday applied in
federal court for second citizenship
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Cin TOOK BIG PART
IN CHRISTMAS WORK
Reaches New Heights in Giving
Relief to Needy in State
and At Home
Bismarck rose to new heights in
‘ opening its heart” in various ways
to needy persons during the Christ
mas season just ended, a review of
the work reveals.
Bismarck alone sent Christmas
baskets of gifts and essentials to
more than 1,000 families in the
drouth-stricken area of northewstern
North Dakota, according to J. N.
Roherty. chairman of a local com
mittee in charge of that program
The state-wide object of this cam
paign was to send baskets to 6,701
families in the area.
Bismarck even excelled this record
with its work at home, with the
American Legion's “Open Your
Heart” compaign and the Associa
tion of Commerce’s goodfellows com
mittee, together with other local or
ganizations, leading the way.
The goodfellows distributed 158
baskets of food, gifts, and essentials
to needy families in the city over the
Christmas week-end. A report on
this committee’s work was to be
made Monday afternoon to the asso
ciation by Rev. Floyd E. Logee, chair
man of the committee in charge. The
committee was made up of represen
tatives of each of the four service
clubs in Bismarck.
Ttie work of the Legion’s “Open
Your Heart” drive was greater than
that of last year, which gained na
tional attention for the local post.
Collection of old clothing, toys, can
ned foods, and fuel was carried on
by the drive. These articles were dis
tributed to needy families. Clothing
needing repairs was put in condition
for use and prisoners at the state
penitentiary repaired the toys for
T City-County Brief
A daughter was born Saturday to
Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Tschida, Glen
Ullln, at St. Alexius hospital.
Bismarck’s city commission will not
hold its regular weekly business meet
ing Monday evening, It was an
nounced by Myron H. Atkinson, city
Hillary Lamb, Michigan, N. D., was
an overnight visitor in Bismarck Sun
day. While here he visited with Mr.
and Mrs. E. B. Sowke, Mason Apart
ments, and other friends. Lamb was
en route to Dickinson, where he will
Rainbow • DeMolay Dinner-
Dance Dec. 30 at 6:30 p. m.
Masonic Temple, plate 85c.
Make reservations with either
Leonard Crawford at 1504-W
or Helen Targart at 1748-M.
Dine with ns on New Year’s
25c plate Lunch Tuesday, Dec. 29
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