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IF" In 4 IF 5 \jr 4 'i f' Kt th tr. ins W. of inj cli •'.: re fc toi' ce riv" Cc •E fe iif-. v. il M'i &r*? 4 ^°£&(S1S' TWELVE tfcs rs Meet In Forgo I •", T- *te Grand Forks chapter, Order of the pastern Star, will be well repre sented at the twenty-eighth annual session of the Grand" Chapter to be held'ln 'Fargo, June 21, 22, and 23. The- opening: session of the Grand Chapter meeting will begin- at 10 o'clock on the morning of June 21, and all meetings' will be in the Ma sonic Temple unless*^ they are other wise designated. Among the oncers of tine local chap ter who will attend are Mrs. H. W. Randall. Mrs. lr. A. Warnken, Mrs. Frank Hankey, Mm. Earl*Pratt, Mrs. Maude M. Adamn. and Krq. C. H. Madsen. In addition, Mrs. A. J. Kincaid, and Mrs. 6. E. Warriner, past grand matrons, and D. M. Holmes and John Freeman, past.grand patrons "win go to the convention. Because .Maurice Kroyer," worthy patron of the twelfth chapter wfll b« unable to at tend the sessions, Mrs. Warriner -will iaet as his proxy. The full program of the conven tion has just been made public, and ifollows in detail: SAyE 7 S Wednesday, June SI. '12:30—Secretaries' luncheon, followed by 'business meeting. P. O. M.'s and P. G. P.*s asrfo ciation meeting. Sll DeMKRS AVE GIUND FORKS, N. I. ^, 4'P0^er Shipment of Gingham and Other Pretty Summer Dresses to besides giving your family better quality than you get in factory canned goods. 3 *£*4 —nC U4p tot tk* wean's pan of tk« aoxmiag tiiura rtwM lw tki.hnti at tk* editor of that pift bifwi 8 Altar tkH kMi item will b« 'mmpM Mr il .PH* la O* mntmimg dMn *f tki nllntif I. Henderson. li ^1J i, To WOMEN 4:00-—Meeting of Jurisprudence com ii '6:00—Rehearsal for Grand Chapter officers. 6:45—Banquet for Past Grand 4*s6 ciation and Grand Chapter of ficers. 8:00—-Informal reception for Grand Chapter members and visitors. Thursday Morning, June 22. 9:30—Pipe* organ prelude—-Mrs... F. 10:00—Opening ceremonies. Recep tion of distinguished visitors. Welcome, Mrs. Mayme F.Ham nierud. W. M. of Mecca chap ter No. 5. Response, ''Mrs. Blanch6~Lynn Whittemore. A. G. M. Partial report of cred ential committee. Address of Grand Matron, Cora O. Rich mond. Address, Grand Patron. Howard H. Ellsworth. Thursday Afternoon, June 22. 3:30—Piano solo, Mrs. F. I. Temple. 2:00—Reception of Past Grand Ma trons. Wjslcome, Howard H. Ellsworth. Response, Mrs. Clara Warrtner, -Grand Forks. Reception of District Deputies —Welcome, Harrvliord. Re sponse, Mrs. Maude M. Adams, Grand Forks.—^Reception of Grand Representatives: Wel come, Mrs. Maude Ployhar, Grand Conductress^ Response. Mrs. Mae Palda. Pianalogue, Mrs. R. W. Pote. Reports: Grand secretary, Mrs. Flor- SiiiiSSif*! Just unpacked and on display. S Prices Very Moderate 1 Balance of Spring SUITS Price Can them- M, "5.1 'MMp enee M. Hosklns.' Grand .treas urer, Mrs. Minnie E. Rusk. Vocal solo—Mrs. Daisy Jensen. Standing committees. Memor ial service,^ Grand Chaplain, Jean McNaughton Stevens. Thursday Evening, Ji Opening chapter, Mecca chapter No. 5. Solo—O. M. Varnson. Degree work-—Mecc^L chapter No. 5. Affiliation ceremony—Mecca chapter No. 6. Friday Morning, June ^S. 9:30—Reports of special and stand* ing committees. Duet—Mrs. Daisy Jensen and Miss Elisabeth Sunde. 10:00—Election of officers. •. j' Friday Afternoon, June 3S, 2:Q0—Installation of officers, Mra. Josle. C. Auriand. p. Q: if. Appointment, at standing com mittees. Presentation of jew els. Closing ceremonies. Grand officers and- members of standing committees who are unable to attend this session of the Grand. Chapter are requested to notify the Grand Matron, that vacancies may be filled before the opening. The secretaries' luncheoo will be served in the M. E. church on Wed nesday noon, just following the busi ness tneeting which will be held In the same biiildlng. The complete list of officers .of the grand chapter O. E: 8. of this state is as follows:. Grand matron. Mrs. Cora O. Richmond of Minnewaukan Grand patron, Howard H. Ellsworth of Killdeer Associate grand matron. Blanche Lynn Whittemore of Bow man Associate grand patron, Ashley J. Ingerson of Hankinson Grand sec retary, Mrs. Florence M. Hosklns of Bismarck Grand treasurer, Mrfli-Min nie E. Rusk of Fargo Grand con ductress, Mrs. Grace McKay of.Willia ton Grand chaplain, Mr*. Jean.Mc Naughton Stevens of Towner Grand marshal, Mrs. Pearl M. Clark of Ken mare Grand organist, Mrs.. Lena Lawrence of Fargo Grand Adah. Mrs. Beata Shaw of Enderlin Grand Ruth, Mrs. Anna C. Jackso'n of Het tinger Grsjnd Esther, Mrs. Emily Baldwin of Devils Lake Grand Mar tha, Mrs. Emma Acker'of Wfllieton Grand Electa, Mrs. Nettie Brown of Dogden Grand Warder, Mrs. Lillian Lillibridge of Dickinson and Grand sentinel, Harry Lord of Cando. Mrs.-Baaghman a BBriOOD RIVER HOB Resigned As District W. C. T. V. President The annual convention of the six teenth district. Women's Christian Temperance Union, met in Larimore on Friday. There were twenty-nine delegates in attendance in addition to the members of the Larimore union.^ Mrs. A. D. Baughman who has served as president of this district association for the last ten years was obliged to resign this office, and to re place her. Miss Frances Wagar of this cjty was elected to head the or ganization. Other officials elected, in clude the following: vice "president, Mrs. S. O. Nelson of Northwood recording"secretary, Mrs-. Martin John son of Larimore corresponding sec retary, Miss Belle McPhail of Grand Forks and treasurer. Mrs. James Mc Connachie of Inkster. An interesting group of resolutions was drawn up and approved by th_e conventions: they follow: "First, that they Work for the en forcement of all moral laws with spe cial reference to the eighteenth amendment and the anti-cigarette laws, by the election of officials who will impartially and fearlessy admin ister the laws. "Secondy: that they stimulate Bible study in the home and the schools, and work for a better observance' of the Sabbath. "Thirdly, that they endeavor to trs,in young people in total abstinence aria prohibition, that they may Know t$i£ meaning of the eJghteenthi^nxend mcnt and be prepared to rAls't every attack upon it. "Fourthly, to educate the foreign born,.teaching English as a necessary avenue through which to promote American ideals and to teach prohibi tion. "Fifthly, to continue their work 5 against' tobacco and habit forming j. djrugs through the medium of essay Lsifid*.medal contests." 9 On the committees on resolutions were Mrs. Kirk. Mrs. Markell, sftd Mrs. J. H. Scott. •i iiiuamiiMauiiiniaiiiiiKinefn One of the foremost women'insur ance agents in the United States is Miss Edna V. Tilton of Trenton, N. J., who has placed policies amounting to half a million dollars during the pstst year. rcmbernes Enjoy Them All Year OME CANNED HOOD RIVER Strawberries have a flavor and richness delightfully different from any other fruit. Put up a good supply—in Ball Mason jars. For variety, make strawberry jam, conserve and marmalaAy Your family will appreciate them when you put them up yourself as mother used to. The HOOD RIVER ttratoberry teatM it thorL Wateh%the market every day. Httve yomr grocer phon* you token they're n. Pacific N. W. Growers & Jobbers Ass'n General Offices, Mlnnrspdlls, Miam. t'iV r*- *li rS [v^ t- •I CsrthetfSirwytswfas thoronjrh Jr. pif in dW^pst sasrsiS^spsajKi ^pofarthye^ktas ssfcty, pises ffll«d snbd jus ia baO-"" er of hat WM*r, 'fAUSt It to •J:** Mm. McClernan. Mrs. P. A. McClernan, president of the' local Women's Relief Crops, will attend the North Dakota depsrtment convention which is to be held in Wahpeton June 14 and 16. The piano: pupils of Mrs. Harry Burton will play a .public recital at the studio of their ^instructor, Kahertlne Turner The Fairy Waltz .. .Streabog Rebbeca LaPointe and Earl' Jorg enson. Marche .DeLncy Helen Lenzen xl i!v 4', iiiiiiimiiwr I'IIII I r** ,1*», w*. ,•« *-^Y 4Y.**: A •lU .••£•? 6v GRAND PORKS HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1922. Mrs. McClernan |g Is Delegate to S State Meeting 1 Soldier's March Brown Earle Jorgenson The Lillies Wachs Josephine Sullivan artd Mrs. Burton Petite Danse -s'Conte Rebecca LaPointe Pappas Waitz Mason Leona and Katherine Turner The Tambourine. Girl Brown Margaret" Bjoring Apple Blossome Spencer Serena LaPointe and Evelyn Nelson Arpeggio Waltz .Crawford Margaret McBride Nodding Roses •. ...\ '. .Rand ,. Lila Jjee and- Margaret Bjorine Evelyn Nelson Mammas WaTtfc .Streabog Loretta Driscoli and Margaret McBride In the Twilight ...Ganschals Josephine Sullivan Chopsticks DeLulli Helen Lensen and ^311en Walsh The Secret .Gautler Bernlce Bailey Petite TOnkinoise .Scotto Serena LaPointe and Rebecca LaPointe in the poppyfleld .Smith Eva Forseth The Robin's Return ..... .OPishet Leona Turner Cherry^ Blossoms ...........Spencer Ellen Welsh and Mrs. Burtoh Sprilg Has Come .Merkel Iva May ^oOds Reverie •»... .Lincoln Lila Lee Vdlse Entralnant Wachs Ellen WelsJ Flower Fairies ~... .Ferris 1 Iva May Woods and Bernice Bailey Gigsy Rondo Haydn Serena LaPointe Queen of the Fairies.... '.Smith Loretta Driscoli- and Mrs. Surton sfe Miss Ruth. SchltCberg. Miss Gene vieve Void and Miss Fannie Solow,' delegates appointed by the .High School Student club, accompanied Camp Okobojl is one of the twenty two plates which will watch the high school girls of the Yohng Women's Christian Association ""amuse them selves and put energy into their club work. Okobojl -is the .conference 'camp for Minnesota. Iowa,.Nebraska, South Dakota, ana North Dakota. The camp is eq«(ipped to care for two hundred girls. The girls are housed in large airy barracks, and every pre caution is taken'to safeguard the wel fare of the-visitors. A trained nurse, a swimming director, life guard, and 'a' physical director are all provided for. the convenience of convention delegates. The mornings during the confer ence will be given over to meetings and discussions. All .classes of Bible study will be in'.progress,- and thefe-1 wili.be clasbes for persons whb -know nothing .of the Bible. Talks in the evening* will concern things'that help lir building a life, and.the:'afternoons will W given over to sppf&s. crafts manstiip, and nature sftfjfer:'.'. The theme for the conference this year is\'ITo \break dpwn^^barriors, to deejten'itlilnking. to wid^n -the reach of oiir. Jovc," with the'' sluib-t:heme of "gift^Dfe*re^s. all." :. The home department at The Grand Forks fair.^which will' be held from July 24 to 29, is far Atoris Inter esting this year thah it has been at any time before. Mrs. O. H. Brids ton will again he' in charge of the de p^rtment, and the -lists for the. entries in the various branches of the/depart ment have been, gpttrely revidedT In the clothing and textile branch' the nowcr kinds of hand work inter esting women at the present time may be competed for. There will be the. embroidery and knit goods classes, the latter comprising drawn, work, tatting, handmade.lacefr^ etc. A section will be devoted to machine made articles, to household furnish- I ings, including rugs and washable bedding, sncli as spreads^ plllowl cases, comforters etc.,. ahd there will iI be. a special' sc^Ie of premlinns for entries in the, ..'section devoted, to made-ovei' .garments. 'iiwwl there will be a dass:f^ ^fie^MWy!'women, where those whb compete must be over 60 years of age.:*- The junior department wltt-be open to girls of '16 yef.ts or less. ... The culinarjr section also has -been I entirely revised for the fair this year,11 the changes, in thls^.ay well SLS in the textiles having been outlined by the home demonstration department of I the 8tatfr ext?usion division. Breads,1 cakes. cookies, oandies, caoaed gooda. including fruits, vegetable* and meats may be entered, and in the miscel laneous .department there will be into# offffkd fM tfte MM.'VuggiMtiye menu for balanced meal, lllu«ti»ted 'by/hotoe fJlWl^l«^for-tlfar-beit packipd lunch for a |cho«t.cbtid for the best home made, soap, and nUmb^'J.of Other :f/5tere»ing..ltems.. y. Women also -will be nartlcuwly ^Mtwestvdvltt the pla1ju_«nd ,ilowets at devoicdf to painting,, photography, Mil *®d crafts. Entries for the home department close on June 21. Secretary E. R, Montgomery of the Grand Forks fair, has- already had a number of Inquiries regarding the aepartment, and' believes that the number of ex hibits will be uhusually large this vear. The fact that the premium ltet has been changed, and that Prises will be offered for so many branches of the new hand work, "needlework, and the culinary art, makes the wo men's department of more than usual Interest tlti* year. Complimenting Miss Elsie Coon, who left last evening for a three-montns tour Of Europe, Mrs. R. L. Metoa'f and Mrs. R. A. Ogilvie entertaihed at a luncheon in her honor in the home of Mrs. Metcalf, 1448 Veit* avenue, on Saturday noon. The luncheon table •was canopied with streamers of vari- ,,u'—...... !319 South Third Street, this eveifing, 0P7 ening at 8 o'clock. Friends "of the students are invited to hear them play. Their program follows: Little Sweetheart Weston colors, and paper, parrots were su» pended from the canopy. A suitable going-away gift was presented to the. honor guest. Other guests at the lunchcon were Miss Alice Hanson, Miss Alta Witzel. Miss Grace The thirty-third annual convention of the Women's Relief Corps of North Dakota' will be held in Wahpeton, June 14 and 15. and Willis A. Gor man Corps NO. 2 of-Grand Forks will be well represented there. Delegates from here include Mra Ella M. Sprague. past department president Mrs. Isabella Secord, past department secretary Mrs. Mary Good water, past department treasurer -Ellen Kay-, mond, Martha Ackerman, 'Sophia Swl£gum, past corps presidents: Isa beile McClernan, corps president, and Cornelia, Welch, Julia Coulter, Lily McColgan, Elisabeth Baughman, Theresa Culliton, and Carrie Locklin, delegates. The above, women will lease for Wahpeton on Tuesday afternoon to be present at the opening session at 9:30 o'clock on Wednesday morning. Department officers. of the North Dakota department* Include the fol lowing: President, Hattie Beal of Valley City Senior Vice President, Hattie Dyrfey of Wahpeton Junior Vice President, Anna Thompson of Devils Lake: Chaplain, Ida V. Young* man of Minot Treasurer, Marie Spiker. of Valley City Secretary, Dorothy Nelson—'of Valley City In spector, Nettie Edgerley of Ellendale I and I olficw Mary H. Johnson of Velva Patriotic Instructor, Bertha J. Miller of (Fargo Press correspondent,' LOT 1 b( Miss Eleanor Healy, will leave this city next Friday for^Lake "Okoboji\ Io.wa, where they will attend a ten day high school conference. You would consider these priced low at $4.50 WEprice, A I Jv u'""" -V, Liarte Jordan of Larimore Counsellor, Retta Cooch of Llflboh Senior Aide, Nettie Louder of wahpeton. On the executive board are Sofia Swiggum of Grand Fwrtii! Davis of Valley aty Valley City Anna M. Porter of Gran vllle, and Mary Bowerman of Oakes. Mr. and #Mrs* B*Mr*and JS^vaEJn?T W attta5tlve -s. =4 Oddl'S Pot Mi $?/ ».* mk M! E! Strickerhave announced the marriage of their son, Perry T. Strieker, an&- .Miss Florence Wight, which took place in their home, 856 Belmont aw»nue, on Satur day evening at o'clSk. ^v Goodeve, acting pastor of^St. Pauls Episcopal church officiated 'at tne Mrs. Strieker left last night for Fargo, where they will majte their home. Mr. Strieker is city salesman a. Fargo for the Stone, Ordeen,.Wells company. yi» Wight Is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Wight, former?resldents of Minot. For a time Mr. Wight was or Jainoi. rw n. conBMt(K] Green- wood. Miss Ha2el McMast€rr, Mrs. Katherine Adams and Miss Mildred Metcaff. Miss Coon will sail on the steamer Majestic on June 17, and she will visit France, Italy, Switzerland, Bavaria. Germany, Holland. Belgium, England, and Scotland, before returning to tills country. 'She does not lhtend to" re sume her duties in the local high school in the fall. ijt 8 ^h the Overland automo blJ# intereg0| here, but for more thai, a year he hM been in the west. Miss Wight has Just completed her sec ond year at the University of North Dakota and' is I member of Kappa Alpha Theta sirority. Mis* Dagny. Hassell, 412 South .Fifth, street, left Sunday for Min neapolis to spend, a few days visiting with friends there en route to Lake Placid, N. Y., where she goes to rep resent Alpha Pi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta in convention from June 24 to 29. Miss Hassell will later, be joined by Misses Corinne and Helen Helt man and Harriet and Helen Fox, who will also attend the convention as guests. A special train will leave Chicago on June 22, and.will stop at Ann Arbor, Niagara Falls,' Buffafo and Syracuse, to permit the mssengers^to go on sight-seeing trips/^ The active and pledge members of Alpha Phi sorority entertained the seniors of their group at a dinner in. the chapter'house on Saturday even ing. Each of the seniors was pi%sent e'd with a silver spoon, inscribed with the sorority insignia. They include: Marguerite O'Connor, Helen O'Con nor, Mary Helen Cassell, Frances Col lins, Aid Frances Murphy. Mrs. Emil Pelltier who has been visiting with her daughters. Mrs. A. Dumond and Mrs. Jos. Greenwood, left Saturday morning for her home in Plncher, Alberta. She was ac companied by her grandson, Bennet Dumond. Mrs. Elmer Tank, who has been the guest of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. R. M. McLean of Gilby, left for her home in Ray, N. D„ by motor to day. She was accompanied by Mrs. Flossie Reiton who will be. her guest for several weeks. J*'* «•»':.-2, ON SALE MONDAY MORNING REt^rED a very 000 Wash Dresses which we were able to buy at a sacrificed from the bankrupt stock of the Amezemeid Co., makers of high grade Wash Dresses. We cannot be too emphatic Mv in stating that these are the best'dress values of the season and present remarkable savings on dresses of these fine qualities. Stop and Consider Hiat There's 600 To Select From HO CQULDN'T FIND just iheir type of garment from such a vast assortment and who wouldn't be pinned to purchase thon at such lofcr'prices? 1 ALL STYLES ALL COLORS ALL^ SKIDS ^Beautiful Ginghams^some self-trimmed, others combined with crisp new Dotted Swiss and many other charming combinations too numerous^ to men, -n^•. To Appreciate Thein. You Must Come Alonday tnorning and treat your eyes to a real dr4s6 display, then y°u^l -surely be convinced that they are wonderfiH values. wm: §V.&':'• EVENING' EDITION? Miss Jfohanna Londerian. daughter of Mr. and Mrti.'jUi S. Lond?rgan, «u Chestnut street, has beeft.a m«m. !. her of the school faculty in Jerome, Arte:, during the Ink nine months, af*hom» to spend two week* with iter parents before sailing for Europe. She will sail f^om New jTork city about the* last of June. Mrs. Paul B. .Griffith and Mrs. C. Harrington were Joint hpateses at a tea given on S^lday afternoon in Mrs. Harrington's, home, Fourth ave nue. Guests at,the affltfr Were mem bers of Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Al pha Iota sororities. Mrs. T. J.sSiwith and Mm. C.^B. Ladd pooled tea. and Misses Elisabeth Kelly, Mildred Odell, Myrtle EHenson, and Mftbel Seim asMsted with the serving. Miss Elsie sPdon ana^ Miss Regina Brennan gave a luncheon in -the Da cotah Hotel on Friday hoon in com pliment to tM senior girls of Pi Beta Phi sorority. Pink and white peonies made the luncheon tables ^t tractive. The guests Included the following: Aletha Bird, Mjlllcent Read, Ruth Brown, Marie Vale, El la Harsijman, -Majejla Cls^ft and Marion Wilder. yer«w£he0^yf!ir Mrs. W. W. Blaine and children ar rived from Mitchell. S. D., on Satur day morning,"" and with Secretary Blaine of the: Commercial club,, will reside at 203 -Boulevard avenue. E S S A I N Hemstitching Braiding Embroidering and Plaiting MRS. A. T. STINSON 407 DeMers Ave. Phone OltW LOT 2 Not one in this lot worth less than $6.50, spefcial purchase of ^^7r I Cretonnes, iji new arid novel designs 'combined* with at 2 Low Prices A', •*K I If 1 •f '4, Dr. and Mi's. 8pence of r.Crookston anAMrs. North S^enth street. Mrs. C. C. Arnold. 207 PaVkhurst street, with her three children. Flor ence, Helen and Jack, left Sunday A| for Seattle, Wash., to visit for a short time with her parents. Mrs. W. J. Horner and her httie sem, Jssk, 1H« Belmont avenue, left' thta morning for Winnipeg ana Other points in Manitoba to "P®"® the summer. In Winnipeg, Mrs. Horner will «tudy voice' under Slgnor Giuseppe 'IngerillO, ono of the most noted instructors in Canada. St ST.!"'' Chi Delta Phi sorority announces the pledging of Miss NelJ Martlndale, professor of physical education at the university. Miss Martlndale S home is in Lawrence, Kansas. I* .JI *^a| lb«* 'V Hi OdeU't For OrcttVaUiet •ti fe' Vk* l^: