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I iit PH Kii 1 If"' X'i I if ri '4 jt k'& H' I- /.Iv I "i* S iCb' Four I EPISCOPAL GUILD The ladies of the Episcopal Guild will be entertained at the home of Mrs. Ralph Tart on 1st Ave. E., this afternoon. —X—X— FIRST LUTHERAN LADIES AID Mrs. Hovind and Mrs. C. D. Smith are entertaining the ladies of the .Lutheran aid this afternoon at the •church basement. CONGREGATIONAL LADIES AID Mrs. Sam Greengard and Mrs. G. M. Holland will be the hostess* at the Church parlors this afternoon to the Congregational Ladies Aid. —x—x— DANCE FOR SENIORS The Junior, Sophomore and Fresh man classes entertained at a fare well dancing party for the Seniors at the school auditorium Wednesday evening. Music was furnished by Onstad's orchestra. —x—x— YEOMAN DANCE BIG SUCCESS The Yeoman dance which was given in the I. O. O. F. Hall last Friday evening was very successful both so cially and financially. A large crowd were present and with the usual good music by Onstad's orchestra every one had a delightful'time. —x—x— MRS. I. C. STEWART HOSTESS Mrs. I. C. Stewart entertained a number of the immediate friend? of her son Floyd at a dinner Thursday evening complimentary to Robert Tysk who left on Saturday for Camp Dodge. A delicious four course din ner was served at 6 o'clock. —X—X— KNITTING PARTY "Mrs. N. F. Saxton was hostess to -about thirty ladies at her home on 1st Ave. West Tuesday evening to a 'knitting party. All of the ladies present worked on Red Cross work during the afternoon. At 5 o'clock a delightful luncheon was served. —x—x— EPISCOPAL AUXILIARY The girls of the Episcopal Red Cross Auxiliary were entertained by Kate Von Neida at her home Tues day evening. All of the members present devoted ''the time to Red Cross knitting and sewing. Light -refreshments were served at the con clusion of the evening. —*—x— About 150 ladies were present at a Red Cross knitting party given in the I. O. O. F. Hall last Saturday afternoon from 3 to 5:30. At 5 o'clock a Hoover luncheon was served. The "hostesses were Mesdames Palmer, Stice, Hoover, Norton, Coulter, Cor many, Craven, Grube, McMaster, Mac Manus, Seattle, Miles, Baptie and Stinson. The proceeds of the after noon were turned over to the Red 'Cross. —x—x— CLUB LADIES TO VELVA On Monday the four ladies who will represent the various clubs of 'this city will leave for Velva to at tend the District Convention held there next week. The following ladies will represent Wiliiston: Mrs. W. H. Denny, county chairman, Mrs. Tatem, representative of the Civic League, (Jife The Jeweler Wiliiston Mrs. W. H. Westergaard, of $he B. and T. Club and Mrs. E. C. Carney, the district vice president who will preside at the meetings. The ladies will be met at Ray, Stanley and Mi not by the representatives of the re spective places. —X—X—• SENIOR PICNIC About thirty members of the Sen ior class and a number of the faculty members had a picnic at Hardings grove last Friday evening. At five o'clock the class left the school house and spent the evening in playing games and having the picnic lunch. The usual marshmallow and weinie roasts were also enjoyed very much. The happy crowd started for home about 8 o'clock. JC ENTERTAINED FOR MRS. WHITE Mrs. W. H. Westergaard entertain ed about a dozen ladies on Saturday afternoon at her home on North Main complimentary to Mrs. L. A. White and also Mrs. Wolff of Grand Forks and Miss Baumgartner of San Fran cisco who are visiting Mrs. M. B. Jackson. The afternoon was devoted to Red Cross work and was followed by delicious refreshments served by the hostess. —x—*— The choir of the Methodist church had an informal party, folowing their practice Wednesday evening in honor of Mrs. L. F. Perkins who soon moves to Dickinson and Allen Keltner and Carsten Sveen who soon will be with the forces in training. Mrs. Perkins was presented with a jelly spoon and the young men with collapsable drinking cups for use in camp and field. Words of appreciation were spoken by Mr. Stinson, pastor, and by Mr. Clayton, choir leader. Light refreshments were served by members of the choir. —x—x— The boys of the fourth year Junior class of the Methodist Sunday school gave an interesting entertainment Friday night of last week at the church. They were assisted in the first part of the program in numbers of music and reading given by the Misses Petterson, Hoover, Moe, Hal verson and Lawson. The second part of the program was a stereopticon lec ture using views of Plymouth, Boston, Medford, Charlestown, Cambridge, Lexington and Concorn. The members of the class gave descriptions of the slides and bits of history connected with the places to gether with literary selections such as Mrs. Hemens' "The Landing of the Pilgrims" "Paul Revere's Ride" "The Arrow and the Song" and oth er bits. The small admission fee charge is applied to the fund for relief of war sufferers. —x—x— "BREEZY POINT" STAGED BY TREFOIL CLUB The members of the Trefoil club will stage a play entitled "Breezy Point" at the Armory Auditorium on Tuesday, May 21. An admission of 25 cents will be charged and the pro ceeds will be turned over to the Red The close of school is close at hand and many of the students are putting aside their books to take up the cares and work of life. At no time is a gift or remem berance more appreciated by the student. Our line is most complete and abound ing1 in variety with beautiful and useful gifts. If you are in doubt as to selection call and inspect our showing. We will be pleas ed to help you solve the question. Below we list a few of our'many items that we carry that will be sure to delight and please the young lady or young man graduate. FOR THE YOUNG LADY Bar Pins Bracelets Lockets Watches Vanity Case Toilet Set Leather Goods La Vallier Ring FOR THE YOUNG MAN Guff Links Stick Pin Watch Ring Fountain Pen Shaving Set Watch Chain Gold Knife Special attention given to engraving Call and look over our large assortment. Goods and prices to suit your taste and purse. SWEDLUND MMM The Jeweler North Dakota Butterick Patterns SILKS $3.00 AT $1.98 Cross. The cast of characters is as follows: A Aunt Debby, llistress of Breexy Point—EsteUe Miles. Eleanor Pearl, of unknown parent age—Doris Rundell. Ashrael Grant, a workhouse waif —Rath Asbary. o:« Mrs. Hardscratch, with business propensities—Erma Slater. Hardscratch Twins—Bethia—Doro thy Kvindlog. Sophia—Lucy Randolph. Mehitible Doolittle, manufacturer of catarrh snuff and bitters—Grace Jones. Summer Boarders of Breezy Point —Bernice Vernon, Alpha Boe. I*u» Leigh, Minnie Eidsness,Edith Nor ton, Mabel Greengard, Clarice Fen leigh, Leona Vohs. Fantine Miss Vernon French Maid—Katie Von Neida. Old Klem—The Gypsy—Lois Fuller. WILLISTON CHURCHES] ST. PETERS EPISCOPAL CHURCH N. E. Ebworth, Rector Services on Shnday as follows: Holy Communion at 8 A.M. Matins and sermon at 10:30 A. M. Vespers at 4:30 P. M. The service at 4:30 Sunday after noon will be a program service given by the "Little Helpers.'' Mr. Gus Eversen will tell a missionary story and the rector will explain the wort and object of The Little Helpers so ciety. There will be recitotiOTS, songs, solos and duets. Mrs. VonNjeda Miss George will sing as an °JeIW "Just as I am" by "Hughes." This i» the first of this kind held in St. Peters and the rector hopes all tne church people will be present. FIRST METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH 10:30 A. M. Morning worship and sermon. .. 11:45 Sunday School, Classes for all ages. 7:00 Epworth League. 8:00 The, congregation will unite in the union service at the graduating class of the High School at the Arm ory* Monday 7:30 P. M. Class in study of Church life. Wednesday 8:00 P. M. Prayer meet* ing. Missouri Ridge, Sunday School 2:00 P. M. THE FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH Norwegian Pentecostal services will A WILLISTON GRAPHIC $2.50 and SPECIALS FOR THIS WEEK A Special Quality Fiber Silk Hose, white and Black, all sizes, regular 75c values VOILE BATESTS GEORGETTE CREPE Alex Black & Co. Worth Styles Coats, Suits and Skirts iH nmntinm be held at 10:30 next Sunday morn ing. Special music. Sunday School meets at 12 o'clock. There will be no evening services at the ehurdi, May 19. A general invitation is extended to all to be present at the baccalaureate service held in the Armory at 8 o'clock. TIM That SH«w* TH* N«w Thing* First AT $1.78 Our assortment of white goods for graduating gowns is very complete. Beautiful patterns all moderately priced. Your Dollar Goes Fartherest Geo. S. Natwick, Pastor. ENGLISH LUTHERAN CHURCH Morning service and Communion at 10:30 A. M. Thf reception of mem bers and Baptism of children will take place at this service. Sunday School at 11:45 A. M. In the evening we will unite in the Baccalaureate service, held at the Armory at 8 rP. M. We wil be glad to welcome you at these services. CONGREGATIONAL CHURCH 10:30 Morning worship. Service of inspiration and encouragement. 11:30 Sunday School Session. 7:00 Christian Endeavor meeting. No evening service on account of the High School Baccalaureate at the Armory. NEW PIANO PLAYER .AT LYRIC THEATRE Louis H. Olesen accepted a position the first of this week as piano player at the Lyric Theatre. Mr. Boardman the manager is very ..fortunate in se curing a man for this position of such ability and note. Mr. Olesen is a na tive of Denmark where he studied under the most able music masters of that country. Mr. Olesen started the study of music at the age of twelve years and after finishing a thorough course played for five years at one of the largest theatres in the city of Copenhagen. After touring Denmark for a year with a Trio, Mr. Olesen came to America where he has been since. Mr. Olesen played for five years at the Appollo Theatre at Omaha, one year at the leading theatre at Hot Springs, Ark., and one year in Billings, Mont. Mr. Olesen has five brothers in this country who are all established in business. His father who lives in Denmark is a musician of note, playing in a large band there and also is a composer of music. Mr. Olesen took to the mov ing picture work as it gave him more chance to show his ability as it re quires a large variety of different kinds of music. Mr. Olesen has at his command over five thousand pieces. Miss LaBarge who formerly held the position at the Lyric re signed re cently to enter the foreign telephone service in France. »Co* Silk Sale has been such a phe nomenal success that we have decided to continue it another week. Plenty of good patterns left to select from. SILKS $2.25 .nd $2.00 ORGANDIES MARQUISETTE CREPE BE CHENE at =s=== E E S -ft ft- SUGAR BOWLS ARE Tl BE REMOVED PUBLIC EATING PLACES NOT AL LOWED TO LET PATRONS TO HAVE FREE DIPS After May 15 no hotel, restaurant, club, cafe or dining car in North Da kota will be permitted to place sugar containers of any sort on tables where patrons may have access to them at will. This regulation comes from the U. S. food administration and will be regidly enforced. Places failing to comply with the order will be prose cuted at once. The plan has been in force in Minnesota for a few weeks as a sort of experiment and has been found to be -so advantageous to the proprietors of the places that it has been determined to extend the plan to other states. The saving in sugar Thursday, May 16, 1918. Queen Quality and Crossett Shoes SILKS $1.75 $1.50 and AT $1.28 CORSET SPECIAL One lot Corsets (broken lines) all sizes at 1-3 OFF from regular prices Sophmore Clothes by this .method is believed will be sufficient to provide a large percent age of what will be required for can ning purposes. County Food Administrator A. B. Dili, who has been working to accom plish this end even before the order was fonhally promulgated, has found most of the people who conduct eat ing places more than satisfied with the result, many of the mhaving re moved the sugar receptacles some time ago. One of these proprietors saved six cups in which coffee had been Served in one day and the sugar which remained in them weighed within a fraction of three-quarters of a pound This sugar was wasted, the proprietor said, as it could not be used for any purpose but garbage. This proprietor stated that he had ob served most of those who used an ex cessive amount of sugar in their coffee never stirred the liquid so as to dis solve the sugar and that if many of them did so the mixture would be unpalatable because of the syrup condition. por Graduation Day Daipty £ards Booths apd pouptaii? peps ai?d rnapy otfyer suitable ^ift$ Qut flou/^ Williston Drug Co.