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WALSH COUNTY PRESS DINKY  t4LLO "rU BYI you ,,,,o,.,,,- HAve-,o oo / k 00,TH TUBBY CUT HIS WORK IN HAll F (Twl0000 uow00 To "rg00 f I , HO-&apos;r'O 6 RAP FIEi-.  / t By TERRY GIL EL.I- , IF 'OJRE TAKIN( E TWlN D0VWN TO HAIE EIR piCTURE IAKEN.qBY Dtl YOU END ON OP,I O/'4L"f /U:::F-,D THIg ONE- THEY B,O'TH LO OW.. A L.II<. / Miss CurrIe Given S.Rrprise lo'cIock dinner guests of Mr. and MIss Edith Currle who recently re.. Mrs. F. S, Wlllson on Sunday. turned from ,Mlnneapotis, Minn., was pleasantly surpri.l at her home by the members o f$he Guild Friday af- ternoon. Lunch was served at five o'clock by the guests. Entertains At Qailflng Bee Mrs. John Bhaw entertained tev lles Friday afternon at a quilting bee. A delicious dinner was served at five o'clock bY the hostess. Crocus Club Meets Mrs. Win. McEachern was hostess to the Crocus Bridge Glab lonaay • aftei hcon. Four tables were in plav. Mrs. >.lasloski won high score hoa u'-:. /,ira Walter Dougtl'rt¥ 0f 3eliot, I11. was an out-of-towx guest. Tle hos- tes served lunch at three o'clock. Attend Lakota Wdding Mr. and Mrs, T. A, Hanson, Mrs. lter, Mrs. Finneseth and tle ss- ee Ida Flnneseth an Ada Coulter. at- tended the wedding of Miss Floy Richardson and Russell Sauncbers a wednesday evening, JUne 26 l I Enteraln At L.  Home 1 MtS Ann Gergea and Miss Nina a group of youug evening at the L. Fln home honoring Mrs. Harry ; and Bunco was the Mrs. Schlenk held higl in the whist game, while MIS3 Finnesth scored high in Buncm delicious luncheon was served at C. B. Draxton Married News of the marriage in Spokane, Wash., of Cecil B. Draxton. former Park River resident, has been rece2v- dress, Rueben Laron, brother of +he bride attended the groom . Following the wedding ceremony dinner was served in the dining room of the Silvesta church, with Misse Ruby Myklebtst, Evelyn Olson and Christine Gjever, serving. Misses Ellen Haye and Emma Stoa and Mrs. John Fosholm had charge of the kit- chen. The Laxson home and thechurch dining room were beautifully decorat- ed In pink and white, Only close relatives and friends of ed here. A report in the Spokane Mr. and Mrs, Hanson were guests at Spokesman Review reads: Miss Lulaithe wedding. Out-of-town guests M. Hagel was married to Cecil B. were Rev. and Mrs. Urdahl of Fa:- Indentification Bureau Governor George F. Shafer al?o announced the appointment bf Gun- tier Osjord as ,' tperintendent or criminal identification, a new office created at the last wession of the leg- islature. He has been in charge f criminal identification work at the state prison but under the new ap- pointment will be directly responsible to the governor. His Job will be co- ordinate th'e work of sheriffs and po- lice officers throughout the state in identifying known criminals after i they are arrested. He also may e.. ,tablish a school for police officet-s and sheriffs to instruct them in tne The Universal Credit Company an.] the Ford dealer will work together In making this new econmical Ford ser- vice available to all purchasers rf Ford products on a "time" basis. The Mills-Farup Auto Company, local Ford dealers, will be glad to explain all the details of the plan, which ap- plies to both new and used cars pur- chased from Ford dealers. THE CHURCHES James Anderson. Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH I0:30 A. M. Morning worship.Sub ject "The Spirit to Conquer". ASSEMBLY OF Evangalist BlanChe "No full gospel Hall until later LUTHRAN S. J. 6th Sunday after Pleasant at 11:00 by Jofred Dahle. Golden at 2:00 Jofred Dahl. City at 8:00 Jofr'ed Dahle. BAPTIST O. M. Draxton at 9 o'clock Sunday morning go and Mrs, Gunder Anderson from' business of identifying criminals. 12:00 M, Sunday School. Morning worship by" Rev. S. C. McKeart, pastor of the Wisconsin, Miss Pearl. Jo_hnsrud offl Osjord was sheriff of McHenry English. Presbyterian church with a pretvYfGrand Forks, lymond barson o t ¢ounty be.."-e coming here tsveral GARFIELD LUTIIERAN Bible Schol at ceremony at his home.. The bride iMayvtlle and Mr. and Mrs. :merson years ag@. " t oorge Bather, Pastor Service at Adams was dressed in rose chiffon and car-lAgar and daughter of Calvin, N. D '1   - Sunday, July 7. Evening service at ried a shower boquet Of pink and I Mr. and Mrs. Hmson left on Frl-[ Spug with Win-s f At II:00 o'clock Norwegian services Special song and white roses She was attended by, day for a short wedding trip. I. "Thor i '" -I  Special singing. All welcome. Ladies come. her ..... sister rs. Park Purtee who wore i, l e a n  no n es on me," coun- - " ...... r--e and carries I Guests at the Dahl Home [tered the Scotch aviator when his Aid a% Ole Windtngiand pt)stponel P areas oi yeuow c ep ink roses. Mr. Purtee was best man ! Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dahl enter- t friends tried to coax a free flight our until Thursday, July 18. j BIBLE STUDENTS attended by the tained Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Lee and;of him. [ ThefamlliesWeddingand a Wassmall group of friend;, sons Johnnie and Robert and daugh_ I | T. PETER LUTHERAN i associationThe Internationalwill Mi:: ;ud  George Bather, Pastor Winnipeg, Sunday ter Margaret of Scobey, -, t MILLS-FARUP REPRESENTED Bur, day, July 17. Mr. and Mrs. F. Stark, AT FARGO FINANCE MEETING M.. as follows: Stark and Richard Stark and Mr. an' At 11:00 o'clock Norwegian services 10:00---Violin by Rev. Jonh Berg, Thursday, July City"Mlss IriS Mrs. Draxel is a daughter of Mrs. May Hagel of Spokane and was educated in the local school. Mr. Draxel is the son of Mrs. D. P. Bruce of Park River, N. D., and is employed here by the Pacific Fruit and Produce Company. The couple will make their home n Spokane. Mrs. W..IF. MaHfJeren Entertains Honors Mrs. Eyolfson Mrs, N. J MarifJeren entertaine ten guests Monday afternoon in hon- r of Mrs, Telle and daughter of Northfleld.. Minn. A social time wa enjoyed and a luncheon se'cved at five o'clock by th hostess. iv-s. Henry Andrsu ,entorbalne Mrs. Floyd Green of St. Thomas on SundaY. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Farup, Mr .anll Mrs. John Harris, Mrs, Craniey and Mr. and Mrs, Frank Harris attended', the celebration honoring Judge Knee shaw at Cavalier last Wednesday. Mrs. Finneseth left Tuesday to visl relatives in Willow City. Mr. and Mrs. David Mills and fam- ity, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Finneseth and Margaret Ann, Ida Flnneseth an Mrs. Finneseth, Sr., motored to De- vils Lake Sunday to spend the day. i Continued from Page one 11, the Ladles Aid will meet at the Vocal eats of the purchaser, the dealer and home of Mrs. Arthur Lindelk Pro- The Lord Hath the company in the car. gram at 2:00 o'clock. 1( The purchaser receives a policy or Land"--Mr. F. standard  form insurance providin T. PAUL LUTHERAN, Edlnburg Violin Sol(>--"Th protection for one year. Such policies George Sather, Pastor Iris are issued by the Home Insurance Sunday, July 7. Vocol Duet and I Company of New York, the largest At 8:00 o'clock English services, vine"--J. B. S. A, fire insurance company in the Urdtel Sunbeam Society will meet Friday, 10 States. The policies for settlement July 5th at 2:00 o'clock in thec hurcl Shall He Live • based on the actual cash value of th' parlors. Prayer meeting every Wed Vocl"Only Waiting car at time ol loss. nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock, ing" o'clock. Thursday atfernon tn honor of '1 Mr. and Mrs. T. St. Hanson left on Arne Eyolfsen of Wlnyard, San Entertained Crocus Club Lunch was served at the close of the'TUesdayi inm°rningBritton,tb sViSit.Dak.relaties an Mrs. K. J. Farup was hostess to afternoon to ten guests. I friends Mrs. Olaf Lien and children lef$ club Friday afternoon corn-   with to Mrs. C. E. O'Reilly. LARSON- HANSON Monday for an extended visit • o ' relatives at Malanomen, Minn. played at five tables. Mrs. A very uretty wedding took pla.e Dougherty won high score on Thursda morning at l0 o'cloe¢.[ Supt. M. B. Zimmerman of th - Lunch was served at 4 June Ttth at the home of Roy. an Griffon school, accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. George Larson when the|r I daugt]ter Ruth became the bride ot Entertains At Theatre party  "ert J. Hanson. so of Mr. and Mr,. Mrs. Parnell ntertained MondayOM Man.son. Rev. Urdahl, uncle ot evening. The oc.asion being he-]the bride ave the wedding reading daughter Lucile's 12th birthday mnl-/-.rid prayer and Roy. Larson, father yerssry. A thcartre Partly was enjoy-/of th, e bride officiated, liss Maxtne ed after which ten guet were serve,.ql r,len at he plan') played the Carn- ,.,,,,,. ,.,.h A bu;te,,{ h;rthc]aY oak I tlon March and other selections. w-,,' -'" " ...... . ' ' " wore a peach change- With caudl'.'.s centered the abIe, t The, bride .... . ,  , /able taffeta dress ana carries a o.)u- - e-#a:Ded At Dinnex [ ,,ot of ro< Met only attendant was and l{rs. T. F. Meagher 'a.llMis My%le Hanson. stter of the and Mrs, J, D. Rbertson w.re|groom, wh9 wore a yellow georgette '"Very Latests By Cecile tIave you tired of tli' combination of plPAn wraps with printed dress- es? Then wear abot your shoulder a flowing cane-like wrap ofthe same patterned fabric thafashios your Irock. The mote tnodernistic, the larger t,re design the more effective t will be. if we are  judge of love- iiness. And here it 1, expressed for all to see, in terms of ivory chiffon be- splashed qth  modern flowers in coral hadtng into fuchia. Here. too, i:' tlc populctcular skirt attached t0 crv.hed girdle .of chiffon, The right side is quite shaft; the left fall. wetl below the ankles. Slippers of deed fushchla satlr and sun-tan hose a,, worn with the custom. ]Dark and Bright Calors P'edicted for , Fall and Evening Wear If you have in mind another pastel evening frockwait a bit,. It is whis- pered that lntsead of these lighter we've Just adopted Paris will ponsor dark and bright colors for id-season evening gown. Tbls note for those who are still planning ad- ditions to the wardrobe.. Reds are pron-:Inent; navy mad royal blues, and there is a special emphasis on dark green chiffon. Ivory tints still re- I main in favor; also ivory and beige' combined with bIaCk, and eertan cou- turiers have adopted brown for even- ing. Have a Jacket for the Sun-Tan Frovk You can be both comfortable--and the matter of sun-tan you witl see that the includes a short Jacket in Thus conventionality aml '1e revcrst my he ob'Jerved without changing costunes, Accessories for the Sports FKock In general i is wise to chase white or pastel tones for the tennis or goll frock, introducing flashing color in F.ecessories, Colored fabrci shoe,s, v. rid socks, belts, scarfs anti kerchiefs nay be had in unending variety. lYned interchangeably with t? same frock, they gi'e the effect f an en- ,7ely different costume, and so serv,: 2conomy. Zimmerraan and family were visitors tn town Snnday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Weed left for the Pa- cific coast Saturday morning where the doctor will attend the annual meeting of surgeons of the Great Northern RatlwaY. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson and two grand 'on returned Friday even- ing from a weeks fishing trip at Cans Lake. Minn. Miss Doris Cranley. of Park River. l  uest at the Annaoolis Motel. zn Washington, D. C.. with a party of friends from thi Sate. Miss Cranly left by motor on .June 17 for the east <-topning enrout'2 at Chicago, Minn-, eapols, CIncinna+i, Indianapolis anl Charleston, W. Vs. Leaving Wasn- I i'aP.'trO]'l Tues.day, Jdy 2. she will mot,Jr to New York. Buffalo and Minnea- o?is enroute home. reaching North Dakota the middle of July, In hor party are also Miss Maurine Clow, student at the University of North Dakota: Miss Juanita Harris, a teach- er in th public school at Crystal, N. D.. and Miss Wllma Harris . also a teacher at Crystal. Miss Cran.ey is a student at the teachers' college at Valley City, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Da dMcKay and Mrs. Diebel f Milton s.nd 1VI anq Mrs. A. A. Will=oft of Langdonspent i Sunday at the C M. Diebel home• : MANY JULY CHANGES IN STATE ADMINISTRATION Thoresen and llopion Mcst Import- ant Officials to Give Way for New Adminisration Member July 1.This was moving day for three officials iat the s:.te capitol bui!din. Tver Acker. Hillsboro. took over the office of state tax commissioner fro,n Thorstein H. Thoreen. His first ac;. was to reappJint Lyman A. B'aker as deputy. Baker has held that of- rice under the last four tax commis- sioners. Mr. Acker is not ready to announce any other appointments of office personnel, he said. Tunnell Succeeds Hopton Harold Hopton. whose resigiation as manager of the state bonding and fire insurance department took effect on the first of the month, was suc- ceeded by F, E. Tunnell. Tunnell has been acquainting himself with the work of the department for the last two months. Hopton has accepte2 an executive position with an insur-. ance company and will move to Can ada. Hundreds Of Phenomenal Bargains For LAST TWO DAYS OF BBANDT'S GOODWILL I I I D A Y S M 0 R E We certainly need the tremendous outlet it us. SAVINGS ARE SAFE AND SURE - flood service sured SATISFACTION GUARANTEED. This ad of adverjised specials talk to you for time from its printed pades and not one-tenth of ions are represented, Saturday is our last day. its stimulating and sustaining, easy to read, well ' readind. Start at the top, don't miss a sia|eline. The Great Goodwill Sale Is Nearly SPECIAL "Mens work pants in dress pants paterns, but built for service. Sizes 32-48 $1.95 & $2.95 I Mens Socks Mens dress socks, seamless; reinfor- ced heel and toe, solid colors, Gray,. Tan, and NaVy. ..., 1 lc pair . I III Mens Suits Yore- chance to get a suit that is high in quality, workmanship and style for only. $19.95. $19.9S $24.80 . $29.S0 Dress Just 150 Shirts left out ne whigh grade shirts. Good and all sizes .14 to 18. $1.39 and $1.69 $1.39 & Mens Work Men's Blue Chambry work All sizes from 14 to 17. Lot 1" Lot DRESS, TROU Mens and' Young Mens Trousers "Dutchess" Make, nee terns g'el quality. GU0000TAV BBANDT NO. WALSH COUNTY PRESS DINKY  t4LLO "rU BYI you ,,,,o,.,,,- HAve-,o oo / k 00,TH TUBBY CUT HIS WORK IN HAll F (Twl0000 uow00 To "rg00 f I , HO-'r'O 6 RAP FIEi-.  / t By TERRY GIL EL.I- , IF 'OJRE TAKIN( E TWlN D0VWN TO HAIE EIR piCTURE IAKEN.qBY Dtl YOU END ON OP,I O/'4L"f /U:::F-,D THIg ONE- THEY B,O'TH LO OW.. A L.II<. / Miss CurrIe Given S.Rrprise lo'cIock dinner guests of Mr. and MIss Edith Currle who recently re.. Mrs. F. S, Wlllson on Sunday. turned from ,Mlnneapotis, Minn., was pleasantly surpri.l at her home by the members o f$he Guild Friday af- ternoon. Lunch was served at five o'clock by the guests. Entertains At Qailflng Bee Mrs. John Bhaw entertained tev lles Friday afternon at a quilting bee. A delicious dinner was served at five o'clock bY the hostess. Crocus Club Meets Mrs. Win. McEachern was hostess to the Crocus Bridge Glab lonaay • aftei hcon. Four tables were in plav. Mrs. >.lasloski won high score hoa u'-:. /,ira Walter Dougtl'rt¥ 0f 3eliot, I11. was an out-of-towx guest. Tle hos- tes served lunch at three o'clock. Attend Lakota Wdding Mr. and Mrs, T. A, Hanson, Mrs. lter, Mrs. Finneseth and tle ss- ee Ida Flnneseth an Ada Coulter. at- tended the wedding of Miss Floy Richardson and Russell Sauncbers a wednesday evening, JUne 26 l I Enteraln At L.  Home 1 MtS Ann Gergea and Miss Nina a group of youug evening at the L. Fln home honoring Mrs. Harry ; and Bunco was the Mrs. Schlenk held higl in the whist game, while MIS3 Finnesth scored high in Buncm delicious luncheon was served at C. B. Draxton Married News of the marriage in Spokane, Wash., of Cecil B. Draxton. former Park River resident, has been rece2v- dress, Rueben Laron, brother of +he bride attended the groom . Following the wedding ceremony dinner was served in the dining room of the Silvesta church, with Misse Ruby Myklebtst, Evelyn Olson and Christine Gjever, serving. Misses Ellen Haye and Emma Stoa and Mrs. John Fosholm had charge of the kit- chen. The Laxson home and thechurch dining room were beautifully decorat- ed In pink and white, Only close relatives and friends of ed here. A report in the Spokane Mr. and Mrs, Hanson were guests at Spokesman Review reads: Miss Lulaithe wedding. Out-of-town guests M. Hagel was married to Cecil B. were Rev. and Mrs. Urdahl of Fa:- Indentification Bureau Governor George F. Shafer al?o announced the appointment bf Gun- tier Osjord as ,' tperintendent or criminal identification, a new office created at the last wession of the leg- islature. He has been in charge f criminal identification work at the state prison but under the new ap- pointment will be directly responsible to the governor. His Job will be co- ordinate th'e work of sheriffs and po- lice officers throughout the state in identifying known criminals after i they are arrested. He also may e.. ,tablish a school for police officet-s and sheriffs to instruct them in tne The Universal Credit Company an.] the Ford dealer will work together In making this new econmical Ford ser- vice available to all purchasers rf Ford products on a "time" basis. The Mills-Farup Auto Company, local Ford dealers, will be glad to explain all the details of the plan, which ap- plies to both new and used cars pur- chased from Ford dealers. THE CHURCHES James Anderson. Pastor. METHODIST CHURCH I0:30 A. M. Morning worship.Sub ject "The Spirit to Conquer". ASSEMBLY OF Evangalist BlanChe "No full gospel Hall until later LUTHRAN S. J. 6th Sunday after Pleasant at 11:00 by Jofred Dahle. Golden at 2:00 Jofred Dahl. City at 8:00 Jofr'ed Dahle. BAPTIST O. M. Draxton at 9 o'clock Sunday morning go and Mrs, Gunder Anderson from' business of identifying criminals. 12:00 M, Sunday School. Morning worship by" Rev. S. C. McKeart, pastor of the Wisconsin, Miss Pearl. Jo_hnsrud offl Osjord was sheriff of McHenry English. Presbyterian church with a pretvYfGrand Forks, lymond barson o t ¢ounty be.."-e coming here tsveral GARFIELD LUTIIERAN Bible Schol at ceremony at his home.. The bride iMayvtlle and Mr. and Mrs. :merson years ag@. " t oorge Bather, Pastor Service at Adams was dressed in rose chiffon and car-lAgar and daughter of Calvin, N. D '1   - Sunday, July 7. Evening service at ried a shower boquet Of pink and I Mr. and Mrs. Hmson left on Frl-[ Spug with Win-s f At II:00 o'clock Norwegian services Special song and white roses She was attended by, day for a short wedding trip. I. "Thor i '" -I  Special singing. All welcome. Ladies come. her ..... sister rs. Park Purtee who wore i, l e a n  no n es on me," coun- - " ...... r--e and carries I Guests at the Dahl Home [tered the Scotch aviator when his Aid a% Ole Windtngiand pt)stponel P areas oi yeuow c ep ink roses. Mr. Purtee was best man ! Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Dahl enter- t friends tried to coax a free flight our until Thursday, July 18. j BIBLE STUDENTS attended by the tained Mr. and Mrs. E. T, Lee and;of him. [ ThefamlliesWeddingand a Wassmall group of friend;, sons Johnnie and Robert and daugh_ I | T. PETER LUTHERAN i associationThe Internationalwill Mi:: ;ud  George Bather, Pastor Winnipeg, Sunday ter Margaret of Scobey, -, t MILLS-FARUP REPRESENTED Bur, day, July 17. Mr. and Mrs. F. Stark, AT FARGO FINANCE MEETING M.. as follows: Stark and Richard Stark and Mr. an' At 11:00 o'clock Norwegian services 10:00---Violin by Rev. Jonh Berg, Thursday, July City"Mlss IriS Mrs. Draxel is a daughter of Mrs. May Hagel of Spokane and was educated in the local school. Mr. Draxel is the son of Mrs. D. P. Bruce of Park River, N. D., and is employed here by the Pacific Fruit and Produce Company. The couple will make their home n Spokane. Mrs. W..IF. MaHfJeren Entertains Honors Mrs. Eyolfson Mrs, N. J MarifJeren entertaine ten guests Monday afternoon in hon- r of Mrs, Telle and daughter of Northfleld.. Minn. A social time wa enjoyed and a luncheon se'cved at five o'clock by th hostess. iv-s. Henry Andrsu ,entorbalne Mrs. Floyd Green of St. Thomas on SundaY. Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Farup, Mr .anll Mrs. John Harris, Mrs, Craniey and Mr. and Mrs, Frank Harris attended', the celebration honoring Judge Knee shaw at Cavalier last Wednesday. Mrs. Finneseth left Tuesday to visl relatives in Willow City. Mr. and Mrs. David Mills and fam- ity, Mr. and Mrs, Lawrence Finneseth and Margaret Ann, Ida Flnneseth an Mrs. Finneseth, Sr., motored to De- vils Lake Sunday to spend the day. i Continued from Page one 11, the Ladles Aid will meet at the Vocal eats of the purchaser, the dealer and home of Mrs. Arthur Lindelk Pro- The Lord Hath the company in the car. gram at 2:00 o'clock. 1( The purchaser receives a policy or Land"--Mr. F. standard  form insurance providin T. PAUL LUTHERAN, Edlnburg Violin Sol(>--"Th protection for one year. Such policies George Sather, Pastor Iris are issued by the Home Insurance Sunday, July 7. Vocol Duet and I Company of New York, the largest At 8:00 o'clock English services, vine"--J. B. S. A, fire insurance company in the Urdtel Sunbeam Society will meet Friday, 10 States. The policies for settlement July 5th at 2:00 o'clock in thec hurcl Shall He Live • based on the actual cash value of th' parlors. Prayer meeting every Wed Vocl"Only Waiting car at time ol loss. nesday evening at 8:00 o'clock, ing" o'clock. Thursday atfernon tn honor of '1 Mr. and Mrs. T. St. Hanson left on Arne Eyolfsen of Wlnyard, San Entertained Crocus Club Lunch was served at the close of the'TUesdayi inm°rningBritton,tb sViSit.Dak.relaties an Mrs. K. J. Farup was hostess to afternoon to ten guests. I friends Mrs. Olaf Lien and children lef$ club Friday afternoon corn-   with to Mrs. C. E. O'Reilly. LARSON- HANSON Monday for an extended visit • o ' relatives at Malanomen, Minn. played at five tables. Mrs. A very uretty wedding took pla.e Dougherty won high score on Thursda morning at l0 o'cloe¢.[ Supt. M. B. Zimmerman of th - Lunch was served at 4 June Ttth at the home of Roy. an Griffon school, accompanied by Mrs. Mrs. George Larson when the|r I daugt]ter Ruth became the bride ot Entertains At Theatre party  "ert J. Hanson. so of Mr. and Mr,. Mrs. Parnell ntertained MondayOM Man.son. Rev. Urdahl, uncle ot evening. The oc.asion being he-]the bride ave the wedding reading daughter Lucile's 12th birthday mnl-/-.rid prayer and Roy. Larson, father yerssry. A thcartre Partly was enjoy-/of th, e bride officiated, liss Maxtne ed after which ten guet were serve,.ql r,len at he plan') played the Carn- ,.,,,,,. ,.,.h A bu;te,,{ h;rthc]aY oak I tlon March and other selections. w-,,' -'" " ...... . ' ' " wore a peach change- With caudl'.'.s centered the abIe, t The, bride .... . ,  , /able taffeta dress ana carries a o.)u- - e-#a:Ded At Dinnex [ ,,ot of ro< Met only attendant was and l{rs. T. F. Meagher 'a.llMis My%le Hanson. stter of the and Mrs, J, D. Rbertson w.re|groom, wh9 wore a yellow georgette '"Very Latests By Cecile tIave you tired of tli' combination of plPAn wraps with printed dress- es? Then wear abot your shoulder a flowing cane-like wrap ofthe same patterned fabric thafashios your Irock. The mote tnodernistic, the larger t,re design the more effective t will be. if we are  judge of love- iiness. And here it 1, expressed for all to see, in terms of ivory chiffon be- splashed qth  modern flowers in coral hadtng into fuchia. Here. too, i:' tlc populctcular skirt attached t0 crv.hed girdle .of chiffon, The right side is quite shaft; the left fall. wetl below the ankles. Slippers of deed fushchla satlr and sun-tan hose a,, worn with the custom. ]Dark and Bright Calors P'edicted for , Fall and Evening Wear If you have in mind another pastel evening frockwait a bit,. It is whis- pered that lntsead of these lighter we've Just adopted Paris will ponsor dark and bright colors for id-season evening gown. Tbls note for those who are still planning ad- ditions to the wardrobe.. Reds are pron-:Inent; navy mad royal blues, and there is a special emphasis on dark green chiffon. Ivory tints still re- I main in favor; also ivory and beige' combined with bIaCk, and eertan cou- turiers have adopted brown for even- ing. Have a Jacket for the Sun-Tan Frovk You can be both comfortable--and the matter of sun-tan you witl see that the includes a short Jacket in Thus conventionality aml '1e revcrst my he ob'Jerved without changing costunes, Accessories for the Sports FKock In general i is wise to chase white or pastel tones for the tennis or goll frock, introducing flashing color in F.ecessories, Colored fabrci shoe,s, v. rid socks, belts, scarfs anti kerchiefs nay be had in unending variety. lYned interchangeably with t? same frock, they gi'e the effect f an en- ,7ely different costume, and so serv,: 2conomy. Zimmerraan and family were visitors tn town Snnday evening. Dr. and Mrs. Weed left for the Pa- cific coast Saturday morning where the doctor will attend the annual meeting of surgeons of the Great Northern RatlwaY. Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson and two grand 'on returned Friday even- ing from a weeks fishing trip at Cans Lake. Minn. Miss Doris Cranley. of Park River. l  uest at the Annaoolis Motel. zn Washington, D. C.. with a party of friends from thi Sate. Miss Cranly left by motor on .June 17 for the east <-topning enrout'2 at Chicago, Minn-, eapols, CIncinna+i, Indianapolis anl Charleston, W. Vs. Leaving Wasn- I i'aP.'trO]'l Tues.day, Jdy 2. she will mot,Jr to New York. Buffalo and Minnea- o?is enroute home. reaching North Dakota the middle of July, In hor party are also Miss Maurine Clow, student at the University of North Dakota: Miss Juanita Harris, a teach- er in th public school at Crystal, N. D.. and Miss Wllma Harris . also a teacher at Crystal. Miss Cran.ey is a student at the teachers' college at Valley City, N. D. Mr. and Mrs. Da dMcKay and Mrs. Diebel f Milton s.nd 1VI anq Mrs. A. A. Will=oft of Langdonspent i Sunday at the C M. Diebel home• : MANY JULY CHANGES IN STATE ADMINISTRATION Thoresen and llopion Mcst Import- ant Officials to Give Way for New Adminisration Member July 1.This was moving day for three officials iat the s:.te capitol bui!din. Tver Acker. Hillsboro. took over the office of state tax commissioner fro,n Thorstein H. Thoreen. His first ac;. was to reappJint Lyman A. B'aker as deputy. Baker has held that of- rice under the last four tax commis- sioners. Mr. Acker is not ready to announce any other appointments of office personnel, he said. Tunnell Succeeds Hopton Harold Hopton. whose resigiation as manager of the state bonding and fire insurance department took effect on the first of the month, was suc- ceeded by F, E. Tunnell. Tunnell has been acquainting himself with the work of the department for the last two months. Hopton has accepte2 an executive position with an insur-. ance company and will move to Can ada. 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