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Correctionville Argus, The (Newspaper) - May 9, 1913, Correctionville, Iowa The Correctionville The Merchant Advertises to Reach the People. FOR PEOPLE WHO PAY The Argns Reaches the People and Shorid Get the Advertising. BERGSTROM FREEMAN, Publishers. CORRECTIONVILLE, IOWA, FRIDAY, MAX 9, 1913. VOLUME 1, NO. 20 B. I. L's GIVE FINE EVENING PROGRAM FRANK DOUGLAS IN COYOTE STATE ______ t The parlor lecture given by the }j. I. L.'s laat Thursday evening in the luxurious home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Schneckloth was the finest and most pleading meeting ever enjoyed by these IAO organizations together. Each j vct.r, tlie I. L.'s in courtesy, en- tlw P. E. O. Chapter at a par- i jr and h ivc heivt fvre secured some gentleman lectuier of reputation Tor these events, but this time the nen sprang a genuine surprise when thej jcured the services of a lady enter- >ainer and reader of reputation in the of Miss Margaret Carroll, nstructor of the Carroll School of Ex- iression, of Sioux City. She proved o be a reader of great scope and ibility. The lovely home of Mr. and Mrs. i-Jrnest Schneckloth was decorated to ymbolize the month of May with it's wealth of flowers and fragrant jlossoms. Each room in the home as elegantly decorated with plum >lossoms, spring flag and beautiful cut The entire scene closely re- smbled a huge flower garden sending forth perfumes of nature. The doings started at o'clock the B. I. L. and P. E. O. or- :hestra gave a selection. Miss Car- roll then made her initial appearance s a reader and her work was well re- The rain djd much damage to and was especially satisfying to roads bridgeg here Frjday le ladies who might have heard a droll i LYNN CASTLE WINS IN ESSAY CONTEST Frank E. Douglas, a former resieent of Correctionville, died Tuesday of last week in his home near Millboro, S. D. He was well known in Correctionville and lived here several years. The Douglas family moved here from Schal- ler and after residing here several years moved to South Dakota where Mr. Douglas acquired land. His death i w-js sudden and was probably due to heart failure as while a resident here' ic sjfe'e'1 one stroke of The deceased is survived by a wife arc1 j a daughter, Sirs. Freu Xowby, and t JITO sons, Ross and Joe, all of whom are i well known here. Ross was here lest j winter visiting Ivan Eckhart. On Thursday of last week the sorrow of the Douglas family was doubled when the infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Newby died. Mrs. Newby is remembered here by her many friends as Miss Ollie Douglas. The many friends of the family are extended sympathy by their former Correctionville neighbors in the loss of a husband and loving father. ROCK BRANCH SCRIBE WRITES NEWSY NOTES the of the opposite sex. Miss jticile Edmunds sang a solo entitled, The May which was given such an ovation that Miss Edmunds mswered the encore with another one her choice selections. Mrs. W. H. Thompson accompanied Miss Edmunds n the piano. Miss Carroll next gave IB of her favorite readings. Law- Young sang a pleasing solo en- .itled, "The accompanied on "le piano by Mrs. Thompson. Next ollowed readings by Miss Carroll, er ability as an entertainer and her to present most anything in a leasing manner in the reading art, as a source of pleasure to those pres- et. Miss Carroll presented dialects Italian and Irish, and also child work nd humorous. Her final entertaining S. Livermore visited his mother and brothers at Moville Sunday. W. N. Hatfield and wife were Sun- day guests of the former's parents at Correctionville. Wmnifred Short who has been under the Dr's care for several weeks is able to be out. Leslie Leek shipped his car of goods and stock to S. D. Monday where he will resume residence on his claim, A. D. Fugate returned from Ft. Pierre Saturday. Martin Mercer went to Spring D-la Sunday to visit his daughter, Mrs. Jas. Deeds. C- A. Plato visited Park Row Sun- day. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Hinkhouse spent ".umber followed by a lively selec- i Sunday at the parental home of D. W. 'on by the orchestra. As the evening was the annual ay basket time, sixty-five baskets jid trays beautifully trimmed, had ;en made by the committee composed Miss Gertrude Copeland and Mrs. Two-course refreshments ore served in the baskets. The annual meeting proved to be j he best ever held and the Schneckloth j A. B. Whitmer of Anthon was herd ome to be very hospitable. Invited j Tuesday. aests were Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Smith nd Mr. and Mrs. Irving Torrey. tained while here by Mr. and Mrs. W. Miss Margaret Carroll was enter- i H. Thompson. Hinkhouse. Henry D. Hinkhouse closed a land deal Monday for the Frazier homestead and now has a half section of land in ore body. Miss Elsentraut of Morning Side visited Mrs. T. B. Frazier first of the week. Lynn Castle and Marion Ferris will represent the Correctionville high school in the state high school essay contest at Sioux Rapids. If they win at Sioux Rapids their essays will appear in the national contest at Baltimore, Maryland. In the local high school essay con- test held in the Methodist church on Sunday night, Lynn Castle, his original essay, "The Decision of the Courts with Regard to the Liquoi Traffic" won first prize of by the firm of Leonard for -ha best original esoay Tn the essay evening, Mario Ferris, speaKivg h.s oiigiu'i "Narcotics and won firs place. Florence Mumford won seconu place speaking Alcohol and the Ner- vous System." In the main contest Miss Ruby Penn won second place and the offered by the firm of Leon- ard Riordan. She delivered her essay, Narcotics and Tobacco." The following fine program was heard by a large audience. Each had prepared a fine essay making it Very difficult for the judges to select the best. PROGRAM Selection by the orchestra. Scripture reading by Miss McCaw. Prayer by Rev. Campbell. Ladies' Quartet, the W. C. T. U. State Hymn. "Alcohol and the Nervous Florence Shutt. "Narcotics and Don- nie Seff. Temperance Town, Class of Boys. "Alcohol and the Nervous Julia Logan. "Alcohol and the Nervous Florence Mumford. 'Narcotics and Marion Ladies' Quartet, Battle Song. "Alcohol and Ethel South- well. "The Decision of the Courts with Regard to the Liquor Lynn Castle. The Boys of the Old Brigade. "Alcohol and Ruby Penn. "Alcohol and the William Barron. Vocal Solo, "The White Miss Marcia Cobb. Award of prizes by Rev. Bush. Offering. INNOVATION FOR THE The baccalaureate address' to the graduating class if the Correctionville high school of 1913, will be given on Sunday May 18th, in the Correctionville opera house, by Supt. M. D. who chosen speaker of the class by th" graduates. Much interest is being Iv.icen :n the bacca- laureate adJr.-v.-, th s ye ir because the faculty, s iperi >nd graduates have sxtpt-ded an irvitation to the JJOCU.L-F of Oorrcetionville to apuc-.r together
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