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EVENING EDITION.1
OR INTEREST TO WOMEN
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Larimore Couple1
In City
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.On 'Sunday evening at' '6 o'clock
the wedding of Mies Gertrude M.
Peoples and Edwin M. Taylor of
Larimore was solemnized in the-.resl
dence of Rev. W. J. Hutcheson, this
fclty, with Rev. A. O. Birchenough of
Larimore officiating
,The young people were attended by.
m. and Mrs. Chas. Abbey of Qllby,
tfrother-ln-lawand sister of the bride.
Others present during: the ceremony
'were Mr. and Mrs.. A- Grande and
Miss Hasel Hutcheson of this city.
The bride is a daughter of Mr.,
and Mrs. 8. J. Peoples of Park River,
N..D. She Is a graduate of the state
teachers' college at Valley Clty„and
for 4he last four years has' been a
member of the public school faculty
at Larimore. Mr. Taylor is in busi
ness in L&rlmore, and fallowing a
short wedding trip, the yening people
will-go to Larimore to. reside. .,
Members of the senior class who
are also members of Pi Beta Phi sor
ority were guests at an informal aft
I ernoon on Saturday in the home of
Miss Mildred Odell, 823 Belmbntave
nua, whent the other active .members
and the pledges of Pi Beta Phi en
tertained in their honor.
The guests.Bpent the afternoon in
playing games, and Miss Odell was as
sisted in Bcrvlng refreshments by a
committee of girls.
Miss Lillian Leo, 115 Cottonwood
street, left on Sunday evening for
.vTacoma, Wash., and Portland, Ore.,
I where she will be the guest of rela
tives. She will return in about one
1 month.
I
Mrs. Thomas F. Kane recently re
ceived word from Miss Ella Fulton
formerly of the. university, to the
effect, that she has arrived in Colo
rado ''Springs, and is now living at
[Westover, 614 North Cascade avenue.
(Dean Fulton went to Colorado for her
{health, having suffered a severe
{Stroke of paralysis previous to leav
ing this city.
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GAVE PICNIC AT
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Twepty-flve 'couples attended the
picnic and dancing party which was
given by the Letter Men's club of. the
university at Fadden's grove, Arvilla,
on Saturday afternoon and evening.
The party left here' at ,4 o'clock
Saturday and preceding a picnic din-'
n«r at the' grove, a series of contest
games were staged. In which the
women of the party were competitors.
After dinner dancing was enjoyed un
til 11 o'clock. .Pres. and Mrs.-Thos.
F. Kane, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Wllker
son and Mr. and Mrs:, P. J. Davis
were chaperones and the arrange
ments for the affair were made by
E. T. Houser.
Miss Hilda Allen, a bride of this
coming Wednesday,' was the honor
guest at a miscellaneous shower given
by th«? Misses Viola and Velma, Ged
des on Saturday evening. Games and
.music were the diversions. The
rooms were prettily decorated la
plnk-ahd white, and refreshments ap
pointed in these colors, were served
at the close of the evening.
Mrs. Sam Iverson and her son Men
tor Iverson, accompanied by Hanzina
Iverson, a cousin, and by Ruth Mor
tenson, left Saturday afternoon for
Fargo, where they wiy be the guests
of relatives and friends. They will
go from Fargo to their homes in
Hampden, N. D. The young people
have been attending the university
during the last year.
Mrs. Paul Goodman, Mrs. Reinhold'
Jacob!, Mrs. Geox A. Benson, Mrs.
Myron Bacon and Mrs. Robert Ben
ner, who have been spending a few
days at the Jacobl cottage at Bemld
ji lake will return to Grand Forks
this evening.
HAVE YOU TRIEP
FEDERAL
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Wffi BREAD?
It is a new health loaf that everybody in Grand Forks should eat
for a change of diet.
SYSTEM.
BAKERIES .•
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or any gift for that matter |j
that is bought at the Diamond Shop is much appre
ciated by the recipient, for"oiijr name on thie bbx .S
stands for highest quality merchandise. S
A: Call in and See What
We
Have in the Way
SILVERWARE DIAMONDS
WATCHES JEWELRY
The Diamond Shop
JOE RABINOyiGH, Mgr.
SOB DeMers Avenue Grand Forks, N. D.
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summer sijug fitting around the
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fabrics and with the different!
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Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Lawson, 317
North Seventh street, were --called to
Detroit', Mich., by the death of the
wife of Mr. L*wson's brother. They
left Saturday evening to remain there
until after the funeral.
ADVENTURE TRAILS.
Ned and Ted we*e. having their
daily swim, an hour before their din
ner. Ned had pushed a Jog well out
from the sandy beach, where the
water was deep, enough for diving,
and was having much difficulty in
climbing up on it.
."Look out!" cried Ted as Ned
'poised on the log ready) to dlVe, but
his wirning Was too late and instead
of a graceful dive, Ned slipped and
-fell rather heavily on his shoulder.''
There was a grand splash and he
carne up grinning rather ruefully.
"You didh't say 'Look oiit' soon
enough," .he said, swimming in and
standing up. He pointed to a long
scratch on his shoulder where it had
struck the l6g as he fell.
"A log tyke that is too tricky to"
dive from," declared Ted as he goi
the vaseline to rub over the scratch
and make it "water prpot" so that
Ned could continue his swim.,
"All logs are tricky, but when we
don't want to pother to make a big.
diving raft they are better than
nothing," Ned explained, and he
struck out for the log. As he was
about to try it again, Ted stopped him
and swam out and began towing the
log in.
"Hey! What's the idea, taking
log?" asked the puzzled Ned.
"I'm going to make a diving log out
of it," Ted explained.
"But I don't want the log to dive—
I want to do the diving," laughe-1
Ned.
"Right—and you shall,'} was all
that Ted would explain ar he tugged
the log up on the sandy beach as far
as he could and ran to camp for
tools.
"I don't know what you are going
to do, but I'llj take a chance and help
you," declared Ned.
"Bring the saw and about eight
big nails .or spikes if we've got them,"-'
Ted asked. While Ned was getjLing
these he hunted up some stout green
l|mbs for 'poles and found another
old, log. Then he took the saw and
began sawing two silts .across each
end .as shown at A and in Figure 1.
"What on earth—?" began Ned.
"A non-tip-over-able log," said
Ted, grinning. .,
"That's a new word, isn't it?"
"Yes, and this is a new idea—in
logs, but savages have used this idea
in canoes for centuries." declared
Ted, which only puzzled Ned more
than ever. But when Ted began
fitting one of the poles into the slot
he nad cut out of the log, Ned began
to understand.
ALPHA PHI'S TO
HAVE HOUSE
fPrtPAimrATiAKE
A group of ten girls, all members
of Alpha phi sorority, will leave
Tuesday mornirig for Maile Lake to
spend, one week-at the Spriggs cot
tage" there.
In the party will be the following:
Laura Kelly, Wallle Dirlam. Mary
Helen Cassell, Georgia Custer, May
Walker, Osa Walland, Rose Real.
Maxine Wright, Henrietta Conmy and
Nell. Lundlng. A few more girls will
Join this party over the week-end.
Miss Marjorie Caasell' and Miss
Grace Lunding of Hope, X. D., are
guests at the Alpha Phi house for. a
feSr•days..--.'
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Miss Gunda Kongclf. 1921 Interna
tional avenue, is entertaining a num
ber of friends in her home this eve
ning a' trousseau party. Miss Kong
elf is to be married the latter part
of this month.
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GfeANuFORKS HERALD, MONDAY, JUNE 18
For Little Friendly Folks Who Like Adventures.
1
A street dance will be sponsored
this evening by the members of the
Grand Fofks Business and Profes
sional Women's club.- The dance is to
be held in front of the Masonic tep
ple. Ten pieces from the city band
will provide the music, and an invita
tion is extended to the public to at
tend.
The purpose of the affaif is to raise
funds w'th'wjiich -to finance the send
ing of a delegate lo' the national con
vention of. clubs, at Chattanooga,
Tenn?- i.
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Mr. and Mrs. Paul B. Griffith and
children, 186 Reeves avenue, motored
to tHeir summer home at Lavihia on
Sunday.
Mrs.:C. L. Griebler and her daugh
ter, Miss Ruby Griebler. 122 Cotton
wood street, left Saturday for Minne
apolis. Mise Griebler.-will return here
in about one week, after spending a
day or two at St. Cloud and IJttle
Falls, Minn. IJrs. Griebler will re
main in Minneapolis for some time.
The third branch of the Bethesda,
association will not meet during this
week. The postponed meeting will be
held June 28.
Mrs. W. G. Waind and her two
children, Ruth and Billy, of Cavalier,
are here to. spend a short time with
Mrs. Waihd's mother, Mrs. A. E. Mc
Mullen, 417 North Fourth street.
Mrs. M. Abramovich and her daugh
ter, Ruth, of Minneapolis, are here
to spend two weeks as guests of Mrs.
S. Marks, 409 Seventh avenue. They
are former Grande-Forks residents.
Mrs. E. M. Spreng, -national presi
dent of the
Worten'S!
Missionary so­
ciety of the Evangelical church, and
recently returned missionary from the
Orient, will speak t)ie Evangelical
church this evening at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Spreng ha,s been in attendance
at the state convention of this spciety
in east Caivalier during the last three
days, and this evening will come to
Grand Forks with the delegation
from the various parts, of the state.
The entire party will -stop here. n.nd
will be guests at a banquet In a local
hotel before going to the church to
hear Mrs. Spreng give her address.
Shi is a woman of varied experiences
and much travel, and her talk tonight
will no doubt be of great interest.
Miss Susan Kendrick has returned
from Winnipeg, where she visited for
ten days wth her nephew, Dr. Clem
ent S. Woods. Miss Kendrick will
leave some time during the present
month for her old home In Massa
chusetts.
Miss' Gladys Plathi of Davenport,
N. D., is the guest of Miss Valerie
Sherlock, 511 South Fifth street, for
a few days. Miss Plath came over
froih Detroit, Mlhn., to attend com
mencement exercises at the university
on Tuesday morning. She will also be
ai guest at the Delta Gamma house
for a short time.
Mrs." H. C. DePuy and her son,
William, of Grafton motored through
Grand Forks on Saturday ,on their
way.-to Maple Lake, where they have
taken
if mm
L06
"I know!" he exclaimed. "You're
making a—it——oh, what's thSe name
of it?"
"Outrigger!"
"Yes! That's it.. You're cputting
an outrigger on the log the way
some foreign 'tribes rig them on
boats."
"Only I'm going them one better—
your other shoulder." explained Ted.
Ned spiked the other pole into the
end of the log as Ted directed while
Ted' with -saw and axe cut some large
slabs. When he brought these back
he spiked a slab on the end of each
pole—and each pole stuck out on
either side of the log at right angles.
as shown in. Figure Z' at A and B.
The big slabs are shown at and D.!
"Now let's try it!" aaid Ted, and
together they shoved the log out into
the peeper water Ted climbed up 1
on it' and- prance4 about., but the
outriggers prevented the Hog from
rolling. It was not perfectly steady,
any more than a boat would be. but
it didn't do any rolling over and over
tricks and Ted dived off of it with
ease.
Ned clambered up and also did a
dive.
"Great!" he said. "Where did you
find out about making this?"
"I never saw one before," said
Ted, "but I remembered pictures of
those funny little canoes the South
Sea Islanders use with outriggers or.
thenv and I thought it ought to work
for a log to dive from."
"It-does,"'said Ned as he made a
second dive, and after that the log
camp.
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namn Wpdnradav 'TToi6
at that camp. (Wednesday— Col-
lecting bark.")
Tomorrow—Merry Makings.
Students Tell
How to Attain
Phi Beta Kappa
Students, no doubt, often wonder
how to go about getting the honor
of Phi Beta Kappa. Here is the way
two University ofkNorih Dakota men
did it.
Jalmer O. Muus, w.ho was one of
three students picked tor membership
in the society in the fall of last year,
did It by system, by carrying out a
plan of procedure and study. Mr.
Muus began his freshman,year by de
voting himself entirely to his-studies
and taking no part whatever In stu
dent activities.
His second year however, he set
himself to getting each lesson in
shorter time and found that by so
doing he could get his work better.
He set aside the time from 7:00
o'clock to 10:30 o'clock every evening,
making that a part of his system. He
made it a habit to study the same sub
ject at the same time and place each
evening so that his mind would be
prepared by habit for each subject
as he came to study it.
In getting a lesson Mr. Muus said
that he went over it once, making, as
he did so. mental note of the hard
points. Then, he thought the assign
ment through,, putting particular em
phasis on those points which he found
difficult. Once the lesson was mas
tered he left it alonep not"opening the
book again until time for preparing
the next assignment.
Randolph Olmsted.
Randolph Olmsted, carrying a heavy
course, that of a student in medicine,
gave as the one outstanding part in
keeping grades up the covering- of
assigned work thoroughly each day.
Mr. Olmsted stated, however, that he
had carried out no plan with the pur
'pose of keeping his grades to a Phi
Beta Kappa standard. "I just covered
my assigned work thoroughly every
day," he said. "I had no expecta
tion of- getting membership in Phi
Beta Kappa."
Two women who had booked pas
sage on a liner for New York and
had missed the., boat-train in London
hurried to the'air-station at Croyden
and engaged an.airplane in which they
reached Southampton a few minut.es
before their vfessel sailed.
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a cottage for the summer
atM.
Mr. afid Mrs. Allen Beaton of this
city announce the engagement of ,their
daughter. Mildred I.*Fawn Beaton, to
Robert Basil Westacntt, son of
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FLORAL DESIGNS
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and Mrs- Robert Westacott. Minneapo
lis. The marriage will 'take place
some time, the latter part of this
time, the latter Part thl
LAKOTA NOTES
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Lakbta.N. b„ June 12—Mrs. BJor
Ue of Noriliwood, Iowa, arrived last
Wednesday to be the guest of Mrs.
^*Mlta^llM*Pete™on^afornier
Miss Nina Peterson, a former teach
er in the LakOta school, arrived
year.
Misj Minerva King, who has been
attending the' university at Berkeley,
California, has returned* to Lakota to
spend' the summer months with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. A. King.
Roland King, who has attended
school at Willlston, N, D., the past
year, is also hon«3 for the* vacation.
W. J. Pierce of Grand'Forks spent
a couple of days in Lakota last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Ole Olson of McVill
were recent,.guests of Mr. and Mrs!
Fred Johnson of this clty.v
Mrs. H. H. Hill and son George
left last Thursday for Henderson,
Minn.,.where they will spend a month
I the guests of relatives and friends.
Charles Kane and Geo. Ohmstead
of Grand Forks spent several'days in
Lakota and vicinity last. week.
Mrs. J. Austin of Williston, N. D.,
and her daughter. Mrs. Wesley, of
Whiteftsh, Mont., are the guests of
Mrs. Austin's daughter, Mrs. E. Reb
illard.
Mrs. Harry Emert of Sarles, N. D.,
I spent a tew days here last week.
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sPent
a
few days
th®
guest of relatives.
I'm putting, on two'outriggers—to! Mrs. J. E. Orr left Monday for
make sure the log doesn't scrape off Unity, Sask., Can., in answer to
a
telegram of the serious illness of ner
father.
The Lutheran Lodicn' Aid- met at!
the home of Mrs. E. Lorabour last
Thursday afternoon. Mrs. M. D. Wag
ness and Mrs. Fred Johnson were
the assisting hostesses.
Miss Irva IJeehr arrived in Lakota
Friday from the university, which she
has attended the past year. Miss
Deehr was «n route to her home at
Tolha, N. D.
C. F. Ferris and Arthur Gronna
attended the district meeting of Ma
sons at Cando last Tuesday.
Miss Helen Groves has returned to
Lakota to spend the summer ironths
Miss Groves' has been teaching at
Cackle, N. D., the past year.
Waldemar -Pojssant has moved his
family from Bartlett to Lakota and
is now occupying the Mrs. Jennie Kel
ley house.
Albert Vary came u~ from Grand
Forks Friday, to be present at the
high school commenconunt exercises
when his sister, Miss Alive Vary, re
ceived her diploma.
Mrs. W. A. Garske is visiting at the
home of her mother. Mrs. Ella Thorn
ton, at Sauk Center. Minn.
when his sister. Miss Alice Vary, re-
ceived
their diplomas Friday evening
at tho Qpera hoUfje wh?re capacity
house witnessed the evening's pro
gram.
Superintendent Peter Anderson pre
sented the certificates, and J. F. T.
O'Connor of Grand Forks delivered
the address, and the program was
interspersed with musical selections
given by high school students under
the direction of Mrs. Frank Duggan.
Mr. Slater, principal of the high
I school, announced the awards made
to different members of the clas?.
For scholarship Miss Florence Col
lins received first place of the girls
and Miss Charlotte Groves second
place. For the boys Edwin Hughes
received first place. Students who
receives memberships in the Marcel
leans, a High school honor society,
were Edna Sveen and Alice Vary of
thei graduating class, also Byron
Matthews and Amos Wallum, lower
clissmen.
Mrs. Oscar Heen and little, son of
Grand Forks are guests at the home
of Mr. and Mrs T. C. Cranna.
On Wednesday. June 8, at Mich:»
gan, N. D., occurred the marriage of
Follow
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Crowds to
New Spring Coats—Values up
$25.00
$12.95
Mrs.! Alice Bates and Charles ^choun.
both of this city. Rev.' Davis of. the
Congregational church perfoMrofl the
ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs* Math Hollcky fend
Mr and Mrs.''George Holicky left
teach^! they will visit Mir, and Mrs! O^. Stel,
for a time, ^he trip was made by
Mnd?edncaryUSaend Miss Peitprson Sll^a feS?£lur la*
been teaching at ^illlston the past ^"ada^ L41501*
a few
hour»
Meet Me At
The
West Hotel
MINNEAPLIS, MINN.
Everybody Seems to Be There
Good Service—Low Rates
Splendid Cafe In
Connection
I DR. JOHN G. BRUNDIN
DENTIST
Northwestern National Bank
Building
7 IS Grand Forks. N. D.
New Spring Coats
Aprons—these are novelties, regular price
$2.50—our sale price, only.
Ladies' Plain Tailored Coats, navy—
worth up to $45.00, our sale price....
One Lot of White Wash Skirts—values up to
$5.95, our sale price, only
One lot Navy Tricotine Suits, regular values
to $39.75, sale price, only
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GE THIRTEEN
ADV.LRTiSEMENT.
Itched and Boned. Lost
Rest Cuiicmr^
Pimples .Woke ooton my Jaw
and neck. Tbey were hard. large and
red, and itched and bunted waring
me to scratch and irritate the affected
parts. My face was disAgwed for
the tine being, and I lost my rest at
night because of the irritation.
MeElroy's Flower Shop
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Say and Sight Servies'm
mmu DEBIOHS
MeElroy's Flower Shop
408 BeMen Ave. Phone XM1L
Herald Want Ads Bring Results.
THEADAM
PATTERN
In Sterling
The Bride's
Silver
Is her dream realized—truly
realized in Sterling Silver—the
real silver of her dreams.
Sterling Silver Is
Solid Silver
E. A. ARB ART & CO.
Jewelers and Opticians
x. Third St. Grand Forks, N. D.
GRANDTORKS&ftMENTSIlOP
POPULAR PRICE STORE
HERE AREA FEW REASONS
Why the Eyes of the Public
Centre on Johnson's
to New Spring Coats—Values up-to
$45.00
New Spring Coats—Values up to
$55.00
$25.00
New Street Gingham Wash Dresses,
a wonderful buy, worth $7.50, sale...
Printed Crepe de Chene Dresses, all colors—
our sale price is only
$19.75
$3.95
$19.75
$1.25
$19.75
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healed, after using three cakes of
Soap, together with the Ointment."
(Signed) Miss Minnie Zimmerman,
809 Holloway St., Akron, Ohio,
Sept. 13,1921.
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