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1 IrTF ' SECOND SECTION SECOND SECTION VOL. XXXVIII NO. 212, BILLINGS, MONTANA, SUNDAY, MAY 16, 1926. PRICE FIVE CENTS II Li Week's Social Events In and Around Billings MRS. HERRICTf SWAM Society Editor Telephone 1505 t ! 1 t '4 t f- i I Virginia Yegen Becomes Bride of Robert O'Meara Ceremony Performed in - Beautiful Home of ' Bribe's Parents. Yesterday afternoon, at 4 o'clock oe-. eurred the wedding ot Miss Virginia ' Yegen, prominent society gild, daughtei of Mr, and -Mrs. Chris Yegen, Montana pioneers, and Mr. Robert R.- O'Meara, son of Mr. Frank O'Meara of this city and Mrs. R. P. Spencer of Cincinnati, Ohio, at the home of '.he bride's parents, 20S South Thirty-fifth street. The ceremony toek, place in the living ttom of the Yegen home before an altar banked with ferns and bridal wreath and combined with lilacs and pink roses ami was performed by thQ Rev. Douglas Matthews of the St. Luke's Episcopal church, in the presence of a. number of relatives and friends. The bridal party entered from the head J of the stairs to the strains of Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" with Miss Mal tha Buchanan at the piano. Miss Vivian Bruneau of Great Falls, the maid of honor, was the bride's only attendant. , She wore a gown of greeh printed chiffon. The bride followed 'on the arm of her father, who gave her in marriage. She was lovely In a gown of gray georgette with bands of silver and gray satin ribbon. Her bouquet was of roses and lilies of the valley. The groom was attended by Mark DeF. Ortoji of St. Paul. The ushers were June Johnson. Ru-dulph Patterson, Robert R. Jomrs and , Bennett Smith. ' Following the ceremony a reception was held. Refreshments were served in the dining room, which was decora veu with roses and smilax, , , . Mrs. Yegen wore a handsome gown of black satin, gold trimmed. Dainty gift boxes filled with wedding rake were presented to the guests. Mr. and Mrs. O'Meara left, on an evening train foe St. Paul where they will make their home, ( f Mrs. O'Mcata's traveling suit was a navy blue taiileur with pin stripe, with a small tan hat and shoes to match. The bride was born and reared in Killings, being a graduate of the Billings schools and aso of the state uni-rersity at Missoula where she is a member of Kappa Alpha Thea sorority. She Is prominent' in the younger social life and is a dancer of marked ability. . -Mr. O'Meara. has attended the University of Iowa and University of Cincinnati. He is now connected with the ... Ueronf-rs-Graham Soa.p 'com pony of Cin- ', -finnsrtl with" headquarters at' St. Puiil. He left Billings two years ago after re-(ii'ding ' here for several years. The guests, were Miss Vivian Bruneau or Great Falls, Mr. Mark Orton of St.' Paul. Mr. June Johnson arid Mr. Ku-. dolph Patterson of St. Paul, Miss Peggie Kalinan and Mrs. Clarence McConville of St. Paul, .Mr. Austin Warr of Lewis-tnwu, Mr. and Mrs. .Robert Foster of Kalispell. and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Marble. Mr. and Mrs Omar Bea,rss of Har- ' din, Mr. and Mrs, Robert Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Hart. Mr., and Mrs. J. L. Phythian. Mr and Mrs. O. O. Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. A. IS. Lyle. Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Morrison, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Slayton, Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. ' Roy Hanson. Mr. and Mrs. O. E. Tappe, . Mr. and. Mrs. Richard O'Malley, Miss Maurine Allen, Miss Sibyl Saver, Mrs. E. E. Saver. Miss Harriet Thompson, Miss Merctdes O'Malley. Miss Alice O'Malley. Miss Thelma -Fulmer. Bennett Smith, Miss' Mabel Smith, Miss Helen Smith. Henry A. Chappie, Tlarley Rankin, Miss Margaret Johnston, Jack' Bos-sard. Thurston Cothron, Miss Ann Jones and Miss Katie Davics. A. A. U. W. ENTERTAIN SENIOR GIRLS ' The senior girls of the Billings high school. Polytechnic institute and the AVorden high school were guests at the springtime reception given by the B'illings branch of the American Association of University Women in the parlors of the First Congregational church last Saturday afternoon. . , The large room was attractively decorated with lilacs and other spriiig flowers, pennants and college pillows. The tea table decorations were carried out in lavender as were also the dainty refreshments. There were 120 guests in attendance. . A pleasing program was presented, with a talk on "These English" by Mrs. C. W. . R. Hooker of London. England; Mrs; A. ' E. Seamen welcomed the guests and gave nn interesting-, talk on the A. A. U. W. program and Mrs. C. P. Johnson talked on "International Federation of the University Women." Mrs. W. E. Wringle gave .report on her' attendance at the National ' Education association" convention in Washington in March. Mrs. J. I. Wernham and Mrs, W. W. Gail favored with several vocal selections. Folioviug the program and' refresh nients. a short business meeting was held at which officers were eleetecp"" Mrs W. ,). MacDonald was elected president; Mrs. John Rieger. vice president; Mrs. W. .T. Jameson. Jr.. Mrs. A. E. Lyle and Mrs. 3. N. Carter delegates at laiifro. The committee in charge of the affair was Mrs. J. H. Bridenbaugh. Mrs. Judson Covert. Miss Cecil May Allen. Miss Vera McReynods and Mrs. J. N. Carter. tVey were assisted in receiving the guests by Mrs. AV. J. Jameson. .' Jr.. and Miss Myrtle Stene. -" . It was voted to send a delegate to the State mcetinjr in Helena. ' "t-o- BRIDGE CLUB " MEETS Mrs. E. X. Robins entertained the members of the Saturday Luncheon club at her home in the Hedgemere. The tables were attractive with ItTacs and honeysuckle and corresponding shades were carried outn the appointments. The usual three tables of bridge followed with awards for Mrs. J. J. Berry-man and Mrs. W. W. Lindsay, Mrg. George Mushbach receiving the g'lest prize. ' ERIDGE CLUB ENJOYS FISH DIMNE.R Mr. and Mrs. U R. Aldrich and Mr. pnd,' Mrs. W. M. Johnston entertained l hr members of their bride ditto at a ftrh dinnrr at the home of the latter on Ye llow rt'iiif avrrittu Tuesday evening BRIDE OF ST. . ' i ''' qO O O ' 0 , ' t V T ' iln Mrs. -Robert E. O'Meara, who, before CATHOLIC GIRLS' CLUB ENTERTAIN MOTHERS On .Tuesday, May It, the Catholic Girls' club entertained their mothers at a banquet at the Commercial club at 6:30 o'clock. Lavender and pink were carried out in the decorations. There were covers for 73 guests with a tulip favor at each place. .. . A Mother's day program was splendidly given by the club members, who were Raenita and Estelle Wise. Jessie Ray, Cecilia Birken, Mary and Catherine Kennedy, Lucina and Genevieve Murray. Margaret Huddleston, Katherine Bishop. Gertrude Clavadetscher. Elda and Dora Jacobucci, Dorothy Cline. Mary Louise Albin. Marguerite Shea. Florence Larson. Margaret and Teresa Mcintosh. Marion Sweeney, Marguerite and Marie Mona-han, Frances .Mullowney. Audrey . O'Don-nell. Alice Sweeney. Catherine McGeehan, Lillian and Geraldine McMahon. Madge O'Boyle. Frances Beseda. Mary' Hcnning. Mary Curtis. Florence Cormier, Helen M alloy and Josephine O'Keene, Maurine Keliey. Marguerite Roscoe, Margaret La-Duke. Lcona Galcrneau. The guests were: Mrs. A. J. Galerneau. Mrs. Mary O'Donnell, Mrs. D. J. Sweeney. Mrs. Mary McGeehan, Mrs. T. McMahon. Mrs. R. H. A lse. Mrs. T. Trott. Mrs. Margaret Ratf, Mrs. W. Birken. Mrs. Ellen Kennedy, Mrs. W. Murray. Mrs. F. E.' Huddleston. Mrs. J. Bishop. Mrs. J. E. Clavadetcher, Mrs. A. Jacobucci. Mrs. F. C. Cline, Mrs. B. R. Albin. Mrs. J. G. Shea. Mrs. F. B. Larson. Mrs. A. J. Mcintosh. Mrs. G. F. Sweeney. Mrs. Mary Monahan, Mrs. J. P. Mullowney. Mrs. J. W. Keliey. Mrs. VV. P. Roscoe. Mrs. J." J. LaDuke. Mrs. D. M. McDonald. Mrs. Charles MeCormick. Mrs. John Nassau. Mrs. C. J. Carroll. Mrs. Clyde Minshall. Mrs. P. -Narey and the Misses Mary Healow and Mary Morrison. o- '. . , BETROTHAL IS ANNOUNCED Mrs. E. E. Saver presided at a beautiful announcement dinner party which took place at he home of Mrs. J. R. Af-flerbaugh on the Poly drive, Tuesday evening', at which the announcement -was made of the engagement of her daughter. Miss Sibyl, to Mr. Austin Warr of Lew-istown, the marriage to take place June 2. Kewpie dolls on the nut cups held the announcement cards, and on the table pink roses and lilacs in a silver basket centered with tall pink taper-gracefully arranged. - Dainty bride place cards for the men and bridegrooms for the ladies marked places for Mr. .and Mrs. Lloyd Parham. "Dr. and Mrs. A. C. Hoose, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Danson. Mr. and Sirs. Robert Jones Miss Maurine Allen. Mis Mercedes O'Malley, Miss Harriet Thompson. Miss Virginia Yegen. Miss -Vivian Bruneau. Miss Sayer, Harry Chappie, jack Bossard. Bennett Smith. Bob . jO'Meara; Harlcy Rankin. J. B. Henderson and Mr. Warr. The party adjourned to the Sayer home on North Broadway for bridge .where honors were won by Harry Chappie and Mrs. Lloyd Parham. MARYLEE DUNCAN CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Marylee Duncan, daughter ofMr. and Mrs. Walter Duncan of Seventh avenue north, was hostess on Saturday afternoon to a number of her small friends in celebration of her eighth birthday. The guests were Ethel Edmonds. Mary Jane Rooney. Nina Elizabeth Hart. Dora Jane Derry. Marjory McDonald, Gertrude Crippen. Margaret Aldrich. Porotby May Boideau. Dorothy McDonald. Phoebe Baker. Irene Hazelton. Ilcne Saxton. June Bollom. .lope Rockwell. Alice McKissick. Harriet Ryniker and Imogene Scoog. Mrs. R. tf. McDonald assisted in the serving. o MRS. WALLIS VISITS iri MISSOULA Mrs. M. A. ' Walli and son. toix.. of C lark aenn- Iff Saturday for a - i. it In 'rrat Falls and Mi.--so'.ilt. PAUL MAN her wedding yesterday, was Miss ENGAGEMENT IS . . - , V i ANNOUNCED .'. -.. . Mrs., B. G. Brock way of 14t Yellowstone avenue entertained a number of friends of her daughter, Miss' Harriet Brockway at, a bridge party Friday evening, at which time the engagement of Miss Harriet Brockway to Mr. Lloyd Hurley of Portland, Ore.; was announced.) A pleasant, evening was spent with five tables of bridge at whiclf Mrs.Rich-ard O'Malley and Miss Eva Caswell won the honors. After the game the guests were served with a delicious lunch by the hostess. Pink and white colors were carried out in the caidles, sweet peas and in the menu. The mousse was served in cunning flower pots holding a corsage bouquet with the cards on which were written the names and date May 19. Mr. Hurley who was connected with the Thompson Lumber yards of this city left last fall and has located in Portland, where the wedding will take place. The guests were Miss Marguerite Heagney, Miss Opal Hughes,, Miss Fern Jaton, Miss Irene Rothrock. Miss Lillian Carrier. Miss Margaret McDermott. Miss Babe McGarvey, Miss ...Bertha Young, Miss Virginia George,Miss Alice O'Malley. Miss Thelma Richardson, Miss June Snow. Miss Eva Caswell, Miss Pauline Jehowsku Mrs. Richard O'Malley, Mrs. Hal Pantdh, Mrs. Mildred Kobclin, Mrs. George Hammer, Mrs. J. Williams, and Mrs. E. H. Toomey of Crawford, Neb. ' o . MRS. McFARLAND IS HOSTESS Mrs. May McFarland entertained at 5"0 at her ranch home Tuesday afternoon. Those present were Mrs. John Stanley. Mrs. J. H. Clavadetcher, Mrs. P. Letcher. Mrs. Allen Butler, Mrs. W. Craig, Mrs. C. E. Clark, Mrs. G. Seear, Mrs. B. Pack-wood. Mrs. Letcher won the honors. At the close of the game a delicious lunch was served by the hostess. o . BRIDGE CLUB MEETS . Mrs. V. A. Pantou of North Thirtieth street entertained the members of hr bridge club at 1 o'clock luncheon on Wednesday. Attractive! arrangements of pansies centered the tablesand after a pleasing, menu the, usual bridge was enjoyed. Mfs. -Charles Burton and Mrs. Mearl Fagg received the high and low-awards. Mrs. E. B. Soper and Mrs. Uh-land Boyer were club guests. ' -. o 1 MAY FETE PRETTY AFFAIR , . ' On Thursday afternoon the children of the Taft school presented a May fete in the .spneious grounds of , South park, which made a beautiful setting for the children in their gaily colored costumes. A. musical selection was given by three of the Garfield pupils, children of the "lA and IB sang "Violets," the 1A and -B pupils presented a "Hoe and Rake Drill," the 3A and , 5B pupils gave a play "The Wonderful Window." followed by a musical by ' three of the Garfield pupils. Frances Berg was crowned Queen of the May, w ith a Maypole dance by the 2A. The 1A and 2B gave a Sunbeam drill and the IB and 1A a Sunbonnet Babe and OVerall Boys drill. The 3A and 4B a rose drill. Silvia and Arthur Schraeder danced the Apache dance. A play. -"King of the Elves" by the SB, 3A. 4B. 4A and 5A. with a May song by the, Entire school as the closing number. rV DINNER GUESTS AT EATON HOME ' 'Mr. and Mrs. K. T. Eaton of the Poly drive entertained Mr. and Mrs. I,. T. Christian. Mrs. K. H. Christian and Julian Terrctt, Jr.. at dinner Sunday afternoon. A beautiful bowl of apple blos-roms centered te tahle and th appointments were in pink and white. urel Hostess To W.CTU. of District Two Program Announced for All-Day Session s . Thursday. District No. 2 of 'the W. C. T.' U. will hold' its third annual convention at Laurel next Thursday. "The Billings, Huntley and YVorden delegates will leave Billings at 9 o'clock in the morning. The convention opens at 10 o'clock at the Methodist church. The. Laurel union will serve a dinner at noon and a free evening meal. The program for the day and evening is as follows: Morning Session, Opening song. Registration of delegates. Appointing of committees. Reports' from, district officers Mrs. Frank' Clift, Huntley, recording secretary; Miss Grace Makinson, AVorden, corresponding secretary; MrsC G. Ginn of Billings, treasurer; Mrs. A. C. Farmer, Billings, president. Address of welcome The Rev. Mr. Shiyely, Laurel. Response Mrs. Davis, Huntley. Noontide hour of prayer Worden union. . Afternoon Session. Devotional Mrs. Wiggins, Laurel, J :30 o'clock. Reports of locals Worden, Huntley, Billings, Laurel and Bridger, Mary B. Talcott. Musical duet from the' Marx B. Tal-colt union of Billing's. Social moraltiy and health Mrs. E. J. Blackwood, state superintendent. Music Laurel. Child welfare Mrs. A. J. Movious, state .superintendent. Dincussion. ' , Peace and arbitration Mrs. Haynes, Huntley. Duel Mrs. F. C. Kolh and Mrs. W. E. Cunitnings. Billings.v Report of committee. Election of officers. Evening Session. Snncr. Prayer The Rev. Mr. Smith of Laurel. j T. L. exercise. Laurel. Music by niale quartet. Laurel.. Address George Smith, assistant county attorney. Music. o : BRIDAL DINNER AND RECEPTION HELD AT TEA ROOM VriVr--evening a bridal- dinner and re-ceptioii was given in the tea room of the Northern hotel by Mr. Frank O'Meara for his son Robert O'Meara and his financce Miss Virginia Tcgcn, and the, hridat party. The room was "converted into a bower of springtime loveliness with an abundance of fragrant lilacs and snapdragons. The same decorations were used on the table. Dinner was served at 7 o'clock. There were covers for Miss Virginia Yegen, Miss Vivian Bruneau of Great Falls. Miss Harriet Thompson, Miss Sibyl Sayer. Miss Maurine Allen. Miss Peggy Kalman. Mrs. O. B. McConville of St. Paul. Mark Orton, Rudolph Patter-sou. A. t Johnson. Jr.. of St. Paul. Bennett Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Jones. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foster. Austin Warr of Lcwistown, Robert O'Meara and the host. At f o'clock a formal reception and dancing party was held with leO relatives and friends in attendance. Music was furnished by the Rose City Five of Portland. Ore. I Lilac fruit punch was served during the evening. , o "ON EARTH, PEACE," TO BE MISSIONARY SUBJECT "On Earth. Peace." will be the prevailing thought 'at the Woman's Foreign Missionary society meeting Wednesday, afternoon in tiie Methodist church parlors. The devotionals will be led by Mrs. John McConnell whose subject will be "Beneath the Surface." Program will be in charge of Mrs. E. J. Blackwood. The opetfing will be an interesting feature of the afternoon and will he demonstrated' by a play. Special musical numbers will be given in charge of Mrs. Percy F. Kolb. Following the mystery box light refreshments will be served with .Mrs. Oran Hazelton a? hostess assisted hy Mrs. J. H. Bridcn baugh. Mrs. J. R. Watson and Mrs. J Burnett. o BRIDGE LUNCHEON IS DELIGHTFUL AFFAIR V, Mrs. G. F. MacPhorson and Mrs. R. C. Crandell entertained with a delightful bridge luncheon at the home of the former on Lewis avenue last Saturday afternoon. Pink and blue shades were carried out in the table decorations and a pleasing menu was served. Six tables of bridge were jn play during the afternoon hours. Mrs. T. B. Knight. Mrs. Yerrington. Mrs. Emery and Mrs. R..L. Morris receiving the honors. The. guests were Mrs. Knight. Mrs. R 1 A. Holley. Mrs. Neil Anderson. Mrs. .1 1 McTavish. Mrs. B. C l.IHU. Mrs. Otto Ager. Mrs. Arnold Rich. Mrs. Yerrington. Mrs. Arthur Wishieycr, Mrs. Cooper. .Mrs. E. o. Jenkins. Mrs. Ear! Mast, Mrs. O. E. Lee. Mrs, Dickson. Mrs. V. U Olcr Mrs. M. B. Pnrdy. Mrs. W. L. Sewell Mrs. H..C. Emeiy. Mis. B. B. Hager-man. Mrs. Charles F. Burton. Mrs. J. Delano. Mrs. Eahert. Mrs T T Mn ougn, .Mrs. Ja orth, Mrs. Snow", R. L. Morris and Mrs. Herrick Sn'a Mrs. o ; GUEST AT THE BROCKWAY HOME . Mrs. E. H. Toomey of Crawford. Neb., is visiting at the home of her parents Mrt and Mrs. B. G. Brockwav of 144 Yellowstone avenue. She will remain for two weeks. ' KITCHEN SHOWER FOR MISS BROCKWAY Miss Pauline JehoWski gave a kitchen shower and Kensington party Tuesdav evening at her home. 144. S'ellowstone avenue in honor of Xliss Harriet Brockway, a bride-to-Ve. The early evening hours were spent with needlework after which the honor guest was presented with a number of useful kitchen utensils by the quests! Kciresnments were served at the Uoint-d hour. Profusions of garden, fl eVs were used in decorating. rp- low- BRIDGE DINNER AT FARRENS HOME Mr. and Mrs. John Farrens of Alder-son avenue entertained on Thursday evening with a musical bridge dinner which proved a delightful affair. An arrangement of yellow iris centered the tables and the hand-painted place cards, and score pads featured yellow iris and some form of music. After a delicious menu thr game of bridge was interspersed with musical guessing contests. Ben Hagrrman, Mrs. A. V. Mclver receiving the contest prizes andMr. and Mrs. M. K. Hawkins the bridge prize. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. ltager-man, Mr. and Mrs. M-Iver. Mr. and Mrs, Robert Shipley. Mr. and Mrs. Hawkins, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Guilicr. o VISITORS FROM BELFRY Mr. and Mrs. J. O. Iliaham of Belfry! are Billings visitors during the Shrine j ceremonial. HIGH SCHOOL P. T. A. WILL MEET The high school unit Teacher association wi of the 1 have Parent -its last meeting of the year at the high school building Thursday. May 20. at 8 o'clock in the evening. The" feature of the evening will be the resume of life in the Hawaiian islands by the Rev.'.l. Richard Olson, pastor of the First Lutheran church and formerly chaplain in the United States navy; This talk is part of an illustrated lecture on the "Paradise of the Pacific." whii-h lias been given in many parts of the United States. The Alpha Kappa Literary society of the high school, directed by Miss Elizabeth Yegen, will present an original playlet. The Bearcat orchestra will complete the program with several selections. BRIDGE CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. DAVIS Mrs.. J. T. Davis of 221 Avenue B., entertaiped the members of her bridge club at a delightful 1 o'clock luncheon on Thursday' afternoon. The afternoon hours were spent with bridge, Mrs. W. II. MacDonald and Mrs. A. K. Lyle receiving the first and second honors. - (j BRIDGE EVENING AT HART HOME Mr. and Mrs. Ray M. Hart entertained on Thursday evening at their home on North Thirty-second street with seven tables of bridge in courtesy to Miss Virginia Y'egen. a bride of the week. Refreshments were served at the colse of the- game. MRS. CH APPLE GOES' TO ROCHESTER Mrs. James Chappie left Friday to join her husband. Dr. Chappie, who is receiving medical treatment at Roches-ter. Presenting Women s and Misses' Polka-dots and coin-dots printed on flat crepe silks in smart new-color combinations navy and white, red and white, green and white, navy and tan, black and white, blue and white. , Polka-dots are again the vogue, and no summer wardrobe is complete without its polka-dot frock for shopping, business, afternoon teas, and daytime wear. These polka-dot and coin-dot frocks are especially charming and surprisingly low priced so early in the season. t Seven Nurses Graduate From St. v incent s Exercises Form P a r t j of Hospital Day j Observance. ! Wednesday at I'.'IO o'clock the graduating nurses of St. Vincent's hospital were gue-jts at a luncheon given by the Sisters of Charity in the nurses' dining hall. An arrangement of American Beauty roses, red tulips and white lilacs beautified the table and an excellent menu was served. A musical program was furnished hy Mrs. T. F. Burns. The luncheon is an annual affair and concludes a three-year course for the graduating nurses. There were covers for 30 including the hostesses, nurses and relatives. At 4 o'clock on the same day the graduating exercises were held in the hospital chapel with many friends and relatives of the class jn attendance,. The graduating address was given and presentation of di-plomasi made by the IJev. Father Joyce. A musical program arranged by Mrs. Burns consisted of selections by Mrs. Bernard Peyton. Mrs. Charles Cronin, Lisle Dempewolf and Julius Wolfe. In the evening a dance was given in the nurses' recreation hall at which 100 couples were in attendance. The room was transformed into a springtime bower with a profusion of ferns and flowers. Music Was furnished by the Tavern orchestra. During the evening punch was served. The nurses will go to Helena June 1 and 2 to take the state examinations. Saturday evening of last week the nurses were the guests of the hospital alumnae at a theater party at the Babcock after which they went to the Princess where refreshments were served. Cerese and white were carried out in the table decorations and in the flowers, red tulips and white- lilacs. ;There were covers for IS. Tho luncheon guests were Sister Rose Burncdett. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Merritt, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Hentges, Mrs. L. W. Nixon, Mrs. W. E Concannon. Mrs. F. W. Blair, Miss Grace Van Zyl, Mrs. H. W. Pierce. Mrs. E. V. Moran. Miss Ann Wha-ley. Miss Elizabeth Kennedy, Miss Elizabeth Harris, the members of the class. Miss Audrey f'oncannoff. Miss Ruth Dan-ielson, Miss Emily Merritt, Miss Verna Hentges. Miss Mary Whaley, Miss Hen rietta Van Zyl. MISS SLAVENS VISITS Miss Opal Slavens of Columbus, county superintendent of schools of Stillwater county, spent two days of last week in Billings. Montana's Greatest Dry Goods NEW CKS Dot The Paris Fashion of Polka Dots Is One of The Smartest Fashions of Summer O. E. S. KENSINGTON WILL MEET The O. E. S. kensington will me4 Tuesday. A social afternoon will a spent with needlework. The refresh ments committee with Mrs. L. T. Vel- turn, chairman, is Mrs. A. O. Kline, Mrs. F. Vr. DiUow. Mrs. H. Kinsman, Mrs. J. Sackett. Mrs. L. F. Miller and Mrs, Walter Blume. - O 4 ST. LUKE'S GUILD WILL MEET - St. Luke's guild will meet vext Wednesday at 2:30 o'clock In tho guild hall. Mrs. J. II. Quigley and Mrs. A- Ij. Greenleaf will act as hostesses. - Plan for the card party to be given th fob lowing week will b completed. o BUDDY GALERNEAU CELEBRATES BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY Buddy Galerneau. son of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Galerneau of Clark avenue enter-' tained a number of his friends at theater and dinner party last Saturday afternoon, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. After the theater tha boys returned to the Galerneau home ?or dinner, wjhere a lovely pink birthday cake was the special feature. ' The guests were Paul Hutchinson. Billy Rae. Billy Roscoe. Billy Adler, Warn ear Halgren, Raymond O'Donnell, Robert Prater, Calvin Battey, Francis Phelan, Jerry Cunningham and Anthony Mc Cune. " BRIDGE CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. RECKARD Mrs. H. E. Reckard entertained th4 members of her bridge club, Monday ft ernoon at her home on Avenua G-,,thia being the final gathering of the season. Luncheon was served at 1 o'clock, beautiful arrangement of pink roses centered the table. . The usual three tables of bridge. foV lowed, after which the season's score were added and 12 awards given In con secutive order. MISS MATTHEWS RETURNS FOR SUMMER MONTHS Miss Myra Matthews who Is a student at Hollins college, Virginia., will spend th summer in Billings with her parents, the Rev. and Mrs. Douglas Matthews at their home on Second avenue north. Miss Matthews has accepted a position as librarian of the summer school here. - . ' o ' ', BRIDGE CLUB MEETS AT 2AERR HOME ' -V Mr. and Mrs. B. Leslie Zaerr enter ' tained the members of , their Saturday evening bridge club at their .'home ori North Thirtieth street. Bridge honorst were, won by Mrs. XV. "H. Berryman and J. J. Berryman. The usual four tables were in play. - Refreshments were served after theV gam. Store CD 0 0 u

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