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Social and Personal State Officials’ Wives To Launch Poppy Sale Mrs. George F. Shafer, wife of Gov ernor Shafer, and Mrs. James Morris, wife of Attorney General Morris, and Mrs. G. Olgierson, unit president, will be among the Bismarck women whb will conduct the annual poppy sale for the American Legion Auxiliary tomorrow. Mrs. Morris, as depart , ment president of the Auxiliary, offi cially opened the sale this week, with the sale of the first poppy to her hus band, and will broadcast the poppy day message this evening. The downtown section of the city has been divided into districts, and groups of Auxiliary members will be stationed at various points through out the day, Mrs. Ray V. Stair, chair man of the sale committee, said. Bismarck people are again re- minded of the three-fold purpose of the sale, which is to give useful em ** ployment to some disabled veteran; to raise money for the welfare work of the Auxiliary; and to honor those men who sleep “in Flanders fields." * Because of the splendid response which sales in the past years have re ceived. it is believed that the wom en will easily be able 'to sell their quota of 3,500 poppies. All poppies are made by non-com pensated disabled men in Auxiliary workshops during the winter months, and in many cases are the ofcly means these men have of earning money. Working with Mrs. Stair and her committee, which is composed of Mes dames C. J. Reff, R. E. Thompson, John Bozak, M. A. Hunter, and Melda Maddox, will be the following Auxili ary members: Mesdames Stella Aaberg, Roy Nelson, F. E. Young, ** Frayne leaker, L. F. Bechtold, J. K. Blunt, A. C. Brainerd, Henry Burman, John Ehli, Henry Hanson, E. J. Heis ing, Inez Hanson, Roy Indseth. Mesdames N. F. Julius, C. Junkert, Andrew Haibeck, Frank Hedden, J. L. Hughes, A. C. Isaminger, Frank Johnson, B. E. Hitchcock, P. G. Har rington. George Janda, W. A. Hughes, Frank Paris, C. W. Peterson, W. B. Pierce, B. O. Refvem, Gerald Rich hol\ N. L Roop, Harry Rosenthal. Mesdames George Robidou, Ed Schlechter, Rose Schamowske, Oscar Selvig, Minnie L. Shuman, F. J. Skin -4 tier. George Smith, A. V. Sorenson, M. O. Steen, J. W. Stratton, F. C. Stucke, E. F. Trepp, L. P. Warren, A. A. Whit- temore, W. R. Tester, G. J. Womer, - A. C. Young, and the Misses Ruth Wynkoop, Laima Schlecter, Mabel Halver, and Dorothy Blunt. * * * Eleven members of the graduating class of the Flasher high school and their class sponsor were entertained at a banquet given Tuesday evening at the Hotel Prince by the members of the Flasher school board. frINNEY’S^ fe lMm9 A. W. LUCAS CO. Style When and Where Style Is Style - The Kiddies Are Interested in Styles as well as the Grown-ups. Bring Them to the A. W. Lucas Co. Kiddies Style Show Saturday Morning - -10:00 to 11:00 v You, as well as They, Will Enjoy It. Thursday Musical Club Elects Mrs. A. J. Arnot Mrs. A. J. Arnot was elected presi dent of the Thursday Musical club, at the annual meeting held yesterday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Arthur Bauer, 715 Sixth street. Mrs. Arnot succeeds Mrs. J. P. French, who has served as president during the past two years. Other officers named yesterday were Mrs. F. M. Davis, vice president; Mrs. R. D. McLeod, recording secre tary; Mrs. Harris Robinson, corre sponding secretary; Mrs. G. E. Win greene, treasurer; Mrs. J. L. Hughes, librarian; Miss Elizabeth Jones, his torian; and Mrs. J. A. Larson, musi cal director. For the program, in which several of the members participated, Mrs. George Duemeland played “Ara besque," Debussy; Mrs. McLeod gave, “Twilight," Friml; Mrs. Frank Barnes played “Minuet," Paderewski; and Mm* E. D. Rose gave “Waltz in E Minor," Chopin. Vocal selections were given by Mrs. Larson and Mrs. Hughes, who sang, “When Twilight Is Near," Inskipp; and “Song of the Sea." Ware, respectively. This was the last meeting of the club until next fall * * * Radio Program to Stress Poppy Sale Radio programs from every station in the state between the hours of 5:30 and 9 o'clock this evening, will Inaugurate the state poppy sale, which will be conducted tomorrow by Auxil iary units for the benefit of disabled World war veterans. All programs will be featured by addresses on “Why We Wear the Poppy," and each will begin with the song, “Roses of Picardy," and close with taps. Mrs. James Morris, department president, will be the speaker from KFYR. The program will begin at 7:30, and continue for one hour. Mrs. Iver Aker and Henry Halverson will be soloists, and the local auxiliary quartette, which won first place in the third district competition recently will sing. The quartette, which is directed by Mrs. A. D. McKinnon, music chairman, is composed of Mes dames R. V. Stair. Aker, Gregory Dalen. and Miss Madge Runey, with Mrs. Clarence Gunness as accompan ist. * * * For Miss Catherine Bleth, who will become the bride of R. A. Kramer June 9, Mrs. P. R. Webb and Miss Margaret Wynkoop entertained at a crystal shower last evening at the Webb home, 400 Avenue C. Vases of lilacs and tulips were placed about the rooms to form an orchid and green color note, and this same motif was carried out in the table appointments. Miss Bleth’s gifts were pieces of crystal glassware. Bridge was played at five tables during the evening, and score prizes were awarded Mrs. Roy Kennelly and Mrs. C. T. Wynkoop. * * * In honor of Mrs. Jessie Ueben, Long Beach, Calif., who is here for a visit with her daughter. Mrs. G. R. Thompson, a one o'clock bridge luncheon was given yesterday by Mrs. Otto Holta, at her home, 504 West Broadway. Tulips in shades of yel low and red were used for the tables, and the rooms were adorned with bowls of lilacs. Following the lunch eon cards were in play at four tables, with high score going to Mrs. Roy Logan. A guest favor was presented Mrs. Lieben. ' * # * For the final meeting of the Bis marck high school faculty for this season a bridge dinner was held Tuesday evening in the Lions room at the Grand Pacific hotel. Places THE BISMARCK TRIBUNE. FRIDAY. MAY were marked for the faculty members and their wives at a long table adorned with sweet - Bridge was played at six tables later in the eve ning, and honors were held by Clar ion Larson and W. H. Payne; Hosts: at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. R. D. McLeod. Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Ful ton, Arnold Van Wyk and R. L. Wells. * * * ! Bismarck Girls Make S. D. College Record Two Bismarck girls. Miss Mary Stephens, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. C. A. Stephens, and Miss Evelyn Jacobson, daughter of Rev. and Mrs. O. S. Jacobson, both juniors at Sioux Falls college, Sioux Falls, S. D., re ceived high mention in the school an nual published recently for partici pation in extra-curricular activities. Miss Stephens has been a member of the basket ball and soccer squads; secretary of the Women’s Athletic association, is a member of the school chorus and literary society, in which she has held offices, and is secretary of the students association. Miss Jacobson was elected repre sentative student at the college this year, has served as a reporter on the school paper, been active in the ath letic association, and in the music and dramatics departments. * * * Ten tables were in play at the bridge party given last evening in St. Mary's school auditorium by mem bers of St. Mary’s Circle. .Honors in the games were held by Mrs. William Laist, N. N. Hermann, and Mrs. Elmer Brown. In charge of the affair was a committee composed of Mes dames B. O. Woehle, Mary Kiley, V J. Helenbrecht, and J. P. Schmidt. ♦ * * Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hanson, 712 Seventh street, will leave Monday by car for Fergus Falls, Minn., where Mrs. Hanson will spend the summer at their home at Jewett Lake, near Fergus Falls. In the fall Mr. and Mrs. Hah son plan to leave for the west coast where they will make their future home. .... * * * For Mrs. F. H. Pillsbury, Moffit, and Mrs. Richard Hamline, McKenzie, who were her guests yesterday, Mrs. H. P. Asseltine entertained informally at her home, 222 Third street. * * * Mrs. Christ Johnson, sister of Christ J. Martlneson, has returned from California, bringing with her Lester, young son of Joe L. Kelly, candidate for sheriff. * * * Mrs.-E. B. Littlefield and Mrs. Matt Crowley returned today to their homes at Hebron, after a short visit with friends in the city. Dress coats at 1-2 price at the Sarah Gold Shop. illiiiimilliiiliiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiUj S What a joy to see and a delight = Sto use. To fully realize the desir- 5 S ability of this exquisite Fostoria S s Glassware you must inspect , the 5 S beautiful colors of Gem-like qual- E 5 ity in which this glass can be S E had. Fostoria Glass is open E E stock. You can start with your = r goblets and finish with a com-S S plete dinner service. The colors £ S are constant and can be matched S S at any time and the prices are E E moderate. , 2 | Bonham Bros. | Eiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiij? BHHBh fnSHKan^’.'vAv:»::*wtfSr7. *.*.•:« A delightful, thrilling, swift-moving screen romance with a tremendous climax—one of the best pictures with underworld flavor ever screened—all Boyd fans will heartily enjoy it. All Talking Comedy - - CHARLEY CHASE In “Whispering Whoopee” Capitol THEATRE »- Meetings of Clubs ■ And Social Groups O — » The Young People’s society of the First Lutheran church will hold a business and social meeting at S o'clock this evening in the ehurch parlors, to which all members and friends are invited. * * * The Luther League of the Trinity Lutheran church will hold a vesper service preceding a picnic supper at the Riverside park Sunday afternoon. Those Planning to attend are asked to meet at 5 o’clock that afternoon at the church Garden Clnb Meets Discussion of methods of planting and care of spring perennials featured the session of the Bismarck Garden club last evening id the Association of Commerce rooms. Following the business meeting, the members went to the Henry Duemeland home to in spect the gardens and shrubs now in bloom. Increasing interest in the WARD’S SUMMER SALE You Should See These Garage for rent opposite the postoffice, 208 Third street. Dress coats at 1-2 price at the Sarah Gold Shop. Added: Friday and Saturday Daily Matinee ft 2:30 Evenings: 7:00 and 0:00 Adults 35c until 7:30 yard ana wmch the club is sponsoring, is evidenced by a number of additional entries, and many more expected to enroll before the entrance period closes June 1. f City-County Brief s : Mrs. Ina Stark of the Robertson store is expected to return today from a short business trip to Valley City. Mr. and Mrs. H. Booth, Stanley, arc spending the day in the city. Mrs. W. B. Conitz and Mrs. George Conltz are visitors here today from New Salem. Mrs. Gus Sholley. Wishek, is shop ping in Bismarck today. Mrs. Edna Putman is here from McKenzie for a short visit with friends. Dress coats at 1-2 price at the Sarah Gold Shop. SPECIAL NOTICE Over 1,000 New Dresses arrived today for the last day’s selling at And the Prices Only and S^C.BB Montgomery Ward & Co. PHONE BISMARCK, NO. DAK. Hours: Nine to Six FOUR-SEVEN-SIX “Now Mark Bismarck’* Nine ’*6PammounP*' us& * ““■"■“■“■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■■BaßHß A sparkling comedy-drama of young: love and a smug Today hypocrite who met his Waterloo when he tried to re form wayward youth. From the stage play "Weak Sisters.” “DUMB-BELLS in ERMINE” with ROBERT ARMSTRONG BARBARA KENT CLAUDE GILLINGWATER BERYL MERCER COMING .. ... ... Saturday More Vividly Alive On The f Talking Screen! Another screen triumph over the stage. Willard Mack’s famous drama of the great northwest brought to you with all the force and broad sweep of the talking screen with a sensational cast of stars hsaded by LUPE VELEZ MONTE BLUE R. B. WARNER GRANT WITHERS TULLY MARSHALL BULL MONTANA GASTON GLASS RIN-TIN-TIN “Tiger Rose” WARNER BROS. ALL TALKING PLAY The screen’s best comedy team STAN LAUREL • OLIVER HARDY “They Go Boom” A Grantland Rice Sportlito “HAPPY GOLF” Paramount Screen Song “PRISONER’S SONG” THE VOTCE OF HOLLYWOOD Supreme Bench Hears $4,800 Damage Appeal The appealed suit of Mary Schlink er against Francis Jaszkowiak, both of Bismarck, in which a district court Jury here awarded Miss Schllnker $4,800 as damages for injuries in flicted by the defendant’s truck, was argued before the supreme court, Thursday. Butler and’Langer repre sented Jaszkowiak and F. E. McCurdy appeared for Miss Schllnker. ELKS INITIATE TONIGHT Bismarck Elks will initiate a class of candidates this evening, but the number is uncertain, as many of the members-elect are from the country districts and may be tied up with farm work. After the initiation, a buffet luncheon will be served. Max Schmeling. who is to fight Jack Sharkey for the heavyweight championship, risked being barred by New York state through refusal to fight Phil Scott. SPECIALS WARD’S I Nation-Wide Double Saving Summer Sale LARGE ASSORTMENT OF RAYON LINGERIE, Fresh Shipment 69c KITCHEN KLENZER, (limit 3to a customer), per can • 3c MEN’S OVERALLS, 220 Denim, Full cut, well made, all sizes SI.OO CRYSTAL WHITE LAUNDRY SOAP, (limit 10 bars to a customer), 10 for 35c ROYS* AND GIRLS’ ROLLER SKATES, ball bearing, extra value 79c GREEN ENAMEL KITCHEN STOOLS, With back rest, real beauties 89c FANCY SATEEN PILLOWS, For car or sun porch, some buy, 3 for SI.OO P. & G. LAUNDRY SOAP, Full size bar, (Limit 10 to a customer), 10 for 35c PORTABLE PHONOGRAPH, Complete with 5 records, sale special $7.98 32 Piece DINNERWARE SETS, Floral designs, first quality $2.98 AMERICAN FAMILY LAUNDRY SOAP, (limit 10 bars to customer), 10 for 33c DULESCO WOMEN’S RAYON HOSE, Newest shades, all sizes, 3 pairs for ......... .SI.OO 50 feet HIGH GRADE LAWN HOSE, Complete with sprinkler or nozzle $3.75 LATE RELEASES IN CAMEO PHONOGRAPH RECORDS, Special selling, 2 for 25c 7-Tube SCREEN GRID SERENADED RADIO, Complete with tubes $69.50 LISTERINE, Regular SI.OO size 63c ASSORTMENT OF CHILDREN’S SHOES, Patent and Brown Calf, per pair SI.OO WELL KNOWN BRAND MEN’S FAST COLOR BROADCLOTH PAJAMAS ...r.... . 98c STURDY CARD TABLES, A real value 89c 12 Piece BATHROOM SET In white enamel, per set .•••’. f '.Knwi • • • SI.OO BOYS’ DRESS CAPS, Regular 89c values, this sale only •MV • • 59c CHIC WINSOME CHILDREN’S DRESSES, Ages 2 to 6, special . «r. ......... . .'IWTT • • 50c 9 Foot WARD-O-LEUM, Per running foot • • •*•••• «'«IK 28c REGULAR $153.50 CROSLEY PARTNER MODEL RADIO, complete with tubes $69.50 QUART SIZE CATSUP BOTTLES, Per case of 24 bottles • ••••••• •T«V« • • $1.79 RUBBERIZED HOUSEHOLD APRONS, In popular shades, each 19c 10-Year GUARANTEED GYRATOR ELECTRIC WASHER, This week only $69.50 ALUMINUM HEALTH COOKERS, Must be seen to be appreciated ....SI.OO RAYON SILK FANCY THROW PILLOWS, Newest designs and patterns - .$1.98 MAJESTIC VACUUM CLEANER, Complete with attachments $30.95 FULL-FASHIONED SERVICE OR CHIFFON LADIES’ SILK HOSE, per pair .. 88c NEW SHIPMENT MEN’S GOLF SET— Sweater and to match, per set $3.98 SPECIAL ASSORTMENT GINGHAMS AND CHAMBRAYS, 10 yards for SI.OO EXTRA SPECIAL!! MEN’S WORK SHOES, , Two days only, per pair $1.69 FAST COLOR FRUIT-OF-THE-LOOM WASH SUITS FOR BOYS, 3 to 8 SI.OO SHINOLA HOME SET, Complete with one can of Shinola, special 35c ASSORTMENT OF CHILDREN’S ROMPERS, Sizes 2 to 6, extra at 59c SPECIAL ASSORTMENT ODDS AND ENDS IN ELECTRIC WALL FIXTURES, each SI.OO MEN’S RAYON AND SILK DRESS HOSE, Regular 50c sellers, 3 pairs for 89c 12-oz. MEN’S FULL CUT KNIT WRIST CANVAS GLOVES, some glove, per pair 17c FIVE GALLONS HIGH GRADE RED BARN PAINT, Two Days selling, 5 gallons for .$5.00 RUFFLED CURTAINS, extra length, lusterized, New numbers, per pair 98c GOOD QUALI’nr KITCHEN BROOMS, Extra special at • • 29c MEN’S TRENCH COATS, Just the garment for the motorist, look It over $4.95 PRIZE WINNING GLADIOLI BULBS, 12 first quality bulbs for 35c SPECIAL ASSORTMENT OF MEN’S TWO-PANT SUITS, Values to $34.50, now $15.00 REGULAR 59c VALUE CHOCOLATE COVERED CHERRIES, Per pound box 29c 6 Piece UNFINISHED KITCHEN FURNITURE SUITE, Two day special $16.85 MEN’S DRESS CAPS, . Regular $1.50 values, Friday and Saturday ... .SI.OO CHILDREN’S ANKLETS, Rayon mercerized, per pair 15c 200 LADIES’ SPRING HATS, First floor selling $1.44 25 POUNDS SUGAR FOR 69c With Each Purchase of $5.00 or more Friday and Saturday (Limit One Bag to a Customer) Montgomery Ward & Co. Hours: »to 6 BISMARCK. N. DAK. Pbone Sat. TUJ Nine “Now Mark Bismarck’* Four-Seven-Six