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Mrs. Florence H. Davit, Chap
ter Historian, to Review
1
Early History of Fort
Miss Aldyth Ward, general arrange
ments chairman for the first annual
picnic which the Bismarck Chapter
Of Pioneer Daughters of North Da
kota will hold at Old Fort Lincoln
touth of Mandan on Tuesday, May
14. announced Friday that Mrs. Flor
ence H. Davis, chapter historian, is
arranging a short program, featuring
the history of the early military post.
Added to the historical sketch will
be reminiscences by people who lived
Hear the site of the old fort during
Ahe days of Custer. Community sing
ing will complete the program.
Chapter members and their families
only are eligible to attend. Families
will bring their own lunches, the or
ganization to provide and serve the
coffee.
People who have extra seats In
their cars and those who have no
means of getting to the picnic are
asked to telephone the transportation
Chairman, Mrs. Themar E. Simle
(1B61-J).
Besides Miss Ward, the general
committee includes the Misses Char
lotte Logan, Maude Schroeder, Doro
thy Blunt and Bessie Thompson and
Mrs. A. H. Irine, Mrs. R. E. Wenzel
and Mrs. Charles Fisher.
Presbyterian Circle
Schedules Food Sale
A Mother's day food sale will be
conducted at the A. W. Lucas com
ipany store Saturday, starting at 10:30
o'clock, by Circle No. 3 of the First
Presbyterian church Ladles' Aid.
Serving on the sale committee are
Mrs. R. W. Henderson, Mrs. William
F. Harris and Mrs. Paul H. Henry.
STATE
TODAY and SAT.
JOHNNY
WEISSMUUIA
ARI
AND HIS MATE
Coming Sun.- Mon. Tues.
Robert Montgomery
in
"The Mystery of
Mr. X."
"I
Ward Presents Plans
For Pioneer Daughter Outing
1930 Class Will Meet
To Outline Activities
Alumni of the Bismarck high
school who graduated in 1930 are re
quested to meet at 7:30 o'clock Fri
day evening at the home of Miss
Florence Satterlund, 208 Second St.,
to make arrangements for alumni ac
tivities during the coming commence
ment season.
Girl Scout Banquet
Set for Wednesday
The annual Girl Scout Mothers'
and Daughters' banquet will be serv
ed at the Trinity Lutheran church
parlors at 6:30 o'clock Wednesday
evening. May 15, it was announced
Friday by the Girl Scout council. In
charge of arrangements for the func
tion are Mrs. J. E. Davis, chairman,
and Mrs. James Trimble and Mrs.
Roy Logan, who are acting on the
general committee, and the handl
craft committee under direction of
Mrs. Robert M. Webb, which is pre
paring the decorations.
Mrs. Healow Renamed
By Missionary Group
Mrs. J. D. Healow was renamed
president and Mrs. John R. Fleck
was elected secretary-treasurer suc
ceeding Mrs. Frank Andrist when the
St. Rosa missionary group was en
tertained Wednesday evening at the
home of Mrs. E. A. Brown, 617 Sixth
St. Sunday, June 2, was chosen as
the date for a party with husbands
of members as honor guests. Con
tract games played at three tables oc
cupied the remainder of the evening,
score awards being won by Mrs. L. A.
LaRue, holding high, and Mrs. Philip
R. Webb, who had second high. A
service of refreshments followed the
card games.
Young Pianist Making
Farewell Appearance
Miss Marguerite Kennedy, who is
one of Bismarck's outstanding young
pianists, Friday evening will make her
last public appearance in concert be
fore leaving for Denver, Colo., which
is to be her new home.
Miss Kennedy is to be assisted by
the Bismarck Little Symphony, direct
ed by Clarion E. Larson, in the per
formance of the Beethoven Major
Concerto. She has been one of the
leading young musicians of the cap
ital city. While attending high
school here, she won the state con
test for piano solo in 1929 and con
tinued her musical education while
attending Macalester and Jamestown
colleges. She graduated from the lat
ter school last spring and since that
time has devoted herself to teaching
piano in Bismarck. Miss Kennedy
has made numerous appearances in
concerts and programs and has play
ed weekly programs over KFYR.
The program on which she will ap
pear is sponsored by the Thursday
Musical club and will be given at the
Bismarck city auditorium at 8 o'clock
The public is cordially invited to at
tend the concert,.for which there is
no admission charge.
The Misses Helen and Frances
Bosch, June Forsythe and Isabel
Clark left Friday afternoon for Fargo
to spend the week-end 'visiting with
friends.
Buy a carnation in memory
of Mother Saturday, May 11th.
American War Mothers i n
charge of sale.
haven't forgotten
Mother"
NEXT SUNDAY, MOTHER'S DAY,
Checks are for groceries. Flowers are for love.
-SO
1
BY WIRE—Flowers delivered anywhere In
America within two hours—or to foreign coun
tries within a few hours more. Only extra charge
is cost of telegram or cable.
We advise placing your flower order early.
Oscar H. Will & Co.
Open evening? and until noon Mother's Day
Flowerphone 784 Greenhouse 315 3rd 8t»
Fluffy Lingerie
This white georgette negligee,
fashioned by Annek, is trimmed
with very fine white lace. Over a
fluffy white silk nightgown, it
provides a touch of feminine ele
gance.
Announces Broadcasts
For Legion Auxiliary
Mrs. H. W. Rosenthal, department
radio chairman for the American Le
gion Auxiliary, Friday announced
series of four national broadcasts to
be sponsored by the national auxi
liary organization during May and
June.
Describing major auxiliary activi
ties, the programs will consist of
musical numbers and skits and will
be given by professional radio artists
All programs will be broadcast over
the Blue network of the NBC chain
according to the following central
standard time schedule: Saturday
May 11, 11:30-12 a. m„ on Community
Service Friday, May 24, 12-12:30
m., on the American Legion Auxiliary
Poppy Saturday, June 8, 11:30-12
noon, on Child Welfare Saturday
June 22, 11:30-12 noon, on American
ism and National Defense.
Mrs. Rosenthal urges that the var
ious auxiliary units arrange to have
listening parties at the time of the
broadcasts.
Mrs. George Hugelman and Mrs
Fred Swenson received the high score
honors and Mrs. Bertha Elness re
ceived a traveling prize when Mrs
Randa Mills and Mrs. M. O. Agre
were joint hostesses for a meeting of
the Jolly Eight bridge club, held
Wednesday evening at the Mills resi
dence, 302 Eighth St. After the card
games, a two-course luncheon was
served. Mrs. Elness will entertain the
club in two weeks.
In honor of her sister, Miss Opal
Parkins of Mandan, who is to be
come the bride of Donovan Beach
early in June, Mrs. R. J. Klansey, 607
Twelfth St., entertained 19 guests
Thursday evening. Bridge was played
at three tables with prizes going to
Mrs. O. Beach, Dickinson, anc\ to Mrs,
Ella Howard, who held high scores
and to Mrs. Earl Vredenburg and Miss
Leona Jordan, who held low. Man
dan guests included Mrs. Joseph
Bechtold and daughter, Mrs. Vred
enburg, tars. Richard Elde, Mr. and
Mrs. J. T. Parkins, parents of the
bride-elect, and her sister, Miss Dor
othy Parkins.
Today's Recipe
Angel Parfait
Ingredients for Angel Parfait are
cup sugar, cup water, 1 tea
spoon vanilla, 2 cups whipping cream
2 whole eggs, yolks and whites beaten
separately, 1 cup shredded cocoanut
1 cup finely cut almonds.
Boil sugar and water until the
syrup forms a good thread. Have
ready the yolks of eggs beaten until
they are thick and lemon colored
and the whites, beaten until stiff
Pour hot syrup slowly over yolks,
beating constantly, then combine this
mixture with the whites and con
tinue beating until cool. Chill in
electric refrigerator. Whip creami
add cocoanut and almonds, fold in
first mixture and pile lightly into
tray and freeze. This recipe makes
114 quarts.
Buy a carnation in memory
of Mother Saturday, May 11th
American War Mothers i n
charge of sale.
World Traveler
Gives Good Advice
TO FAT FOLKS
John Lethaby of Portland, Oreg
writes: "Have known Kruschen Salts
for years in England, Africa, Brazil
I weighed 190, chest 40, waist 42
After 6 weeks with Kruschen am 165
chest 42, waist 36. It gives me pep
and vigor and has kept me young,
Mr. Lethaby got rid of ugly fat
safely with Kruschen—so have thou
sands of others. YOU can, too,
you'll only have a will of your own
and not listen to goesipers who tell
you silly untruths because they don'
want you to become youthfully slen
der.
Kruschen can't harm you—it's
health treatment—let one jar (lasts
weeks and costs but a trifle) take 12
lbs. off you or money back. Just
take a half teaspoonful in a glass of
hot water every morning (tastes fine
with juice of half lemon added). For
sale by Finney's Drug Store or any
drug store.—Advertisement.
THE B: SMARCK TRIBUNE, FRlbAY, MAY 10.1935
Christian Education
Group Brings Speaker
The Bismarck Council of Christian
Education announced Friday that W.
Bell of Minneapolis, field repre
sentative of the board of education
Of the Presbyterian church for Min
nesota and North and South Dakota,
Tonight and Sat. Matinee
ACTION
THRILLS
SPIED
SPILLS
QL
Plus—Sterling Hollowa? In "Bring
'Em Back a Lie," "Desert Har
monies" and "Listening In" with
Cross & Dunn, Mary SmaU and
a host of great radio stars in a
ramble through radioland!
(For Music Week)
Sat. Night- Sun.- Mon.
ANNE SHIRLEY
S3*
will address gatherings of local church
workers to be held at the First Pres
byterian church next Monday and
Tuesday evenings at 7:30 o'clock.
Monday evening, the address will be
directed to all pastors of Protestant
churches in the city and to superin
tendents of all departments in Sun­
FOR YEAR 'ROUND
VARIETY
of fresh, appetizing food,
come to the
PATTERSON
Delightful family dinners served
nightly in main dining rbom for as
low as—
50c
STARTS SUNDAY
"Mother's Day"
at the
COLBERT
in
Private
Worlds
CHARLES BOYER
JOAN BENNETT
The Greatest Woman's
Picture of a Decade!
ALL WOMEN HAVE
SECRETS!
Private worlds in which
women cherish secret loves
they won't admit even to
themselves!
Showing Sun.- Mon.- Tues.
day schools. Any others who wish to
attend will be welcome. On Tues
day evening, there will be a confer
ence for all leaders of young people's
organizations in churches of the city.
(Additional Society on Page Seven)
26c Until 7:30
Today and Saturday
TMo
old
Maestro't Letting
You In On A Bit
Of A Good Thing I
A tip on the mosta
of (he besta
full of harmony,
hoppiness and
hysterics, s'help me I
Yowsah,
Folks
and a
Great
Big
Howdy!
for
If you decide upon flowers for
Mother's Day, as you more than
likely will, you have a happy ex
perience waiting for you at Hos
kins-Meyer a positively gorgeous
selection of fresh, firm, fragrant
blooms, at minimum prices.
Your order delivered anywhere
through the F. T. D.
HOSK1NS-MEYER
A song-laden fes
tival of fun with
a novel melo
dramatic twist.
Arfofpk Zwker pf ifufi
(AN* AU Nil Ull)
A
PoramovAt Picfvr* wilfc
Grace Bradley
I i s A i a n
rteltd by
Mlt»4
Mother's
W.rk.
Comedy News Cartoon
A "FtlEMlr WW*
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Mote Styles
Some at stih
A
damp rat and pure toap
The people who make these "FRIENDLY"
washable shoes told us they're cleaned with soap
and water.
It's true. Here's a white shoe, we say, that banishes
polish. This
r'Washette"
Finney's Drug Store
OR MR. ENGELHARDT'S PRIVATE 8TUDIO
(Open Sunday Afternoons)
nnouncement
DAN HEIDT
Veteran Bismarck Tonsorial Artist
now is at the
Annex Barber Shop
Located at Fifth and Broadway, under Lenhart's
Drug Store
Mr. Heidt, who has been employed as a barber in
Bismarck for the last eight years, especially invites
all of his friends and patrons, as well as new customers,
to visit him at his new location.
Your garden
can be made the
pride
of
the
neighborhood!
For best results, use
good seed, give the
plants proper care
and feed them with
.rj
I PLANT6ME
Enjoy the pleasure of vel*
vety. weedless lawn*, luxu
riant flowers and larger,
tastier vegetable*.
There is ml enjoyment In
gardening, but when you use
Plantoae Its really a thrift,
Use Plantone in your flower
bed too and enjoy the
glorious flowers as they come
bursting forth.
Planting time if here. Now is
the time to order your sup
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Come in and see these "easy-tc
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come in straight tips, wing'
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And at only $5.00
PING PONG
PICTURES
of yourself
in four different poses
25c
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