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Sunday and Monday were certainly certainlyblowy certainlyblow certainlyblowy
blowy blow The dust flew in clouds cloudsOh cloudsOh cloudsOh
Oh for the street sprinkler and the thestreet thestreet thestreet
street sweeper sweeperMr
Mr Ir Daniel Capplenian who attends attendsthe attendsthe sttendsthe
the University of Florida is at horns hornsto hornto
to spend a few days with Ms parents parertsMr
Mr and Mrs Irs D B Cappleman CapplemanMessrs Capplemanle5srs CapplemanMessrs
HeJ HeJbert
Messrs George MacKay and a Her Herbert Herbert ¬
bert W V Jones are enjoying a cruise cruiseon I I Ion
on the gulf this week as the guests guestsof I Iof
of Capt John L Ingiis on the Tuna TunaMrs TunaIrs TunaMrs
Mrs W B Johnosn of Martel ac accompanied accompflnied accompanied ¬
companied by b her mother Mrs Hart Kartand Hartand Hartand
and her young daughter Miss HelenJohlt9on Helen HelenJohnson HelenJohnson
Johnson spent Monday in the city cityMr cit citllr cityMr
Mr A L Kirkland manager of the theBrown thEBrown theBrown
Brown House at Silver Springs was a aMonday aMonday aMonday
Monday visitor to the city and reported re reported reIrted ¬
ported a very el1 flourishing business at athis athis athis
his hotel hotelMrs hotelMrs hotelMrs
Mrs Lanier and her daughter Miss MissMiriam lIisMiriam MissMiriam
Miriam Lanier of North Carolina are arein arein areIn
in the city eit on a visit to Mrs Laniers Laniersniece Laniersniece Laniersniece
niece Mrs C S Cullen They The will willbe willbe willbe
be in the city for several weeks weeksLATEST weeksLA weeksLATEST
LATEST LA TEST STYLES in two and three threepiece threetHece threeitiece
piece suits for men and youths atRheinauers at atRheinauers atRhelnauers
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Mr Ir J D Buckalew of Jamesburg JamesburgNew amesburgN
New N Jersey who has been spending spendingthe
the past several weeks on Lake Vl Weirks Weir Weirtats eir eirs
tats s returned to Ocala to spend somede some sometime somelie
time longer Ion er before returning northOur north northOttr northOur
Our legislators I islators areall are gall making preparations pre preparations pretions ¬
parations tions to move on to the capital capitalEvery capitalmer capitalIErery
Every mer member is primed and load loaded loadM loadM ¬
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TRESPASS NOTICES XOTICESllx14 11x14 inch inches ¬
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tjr l little daughter Elizabeth have rettrrned re returned reotraed ¬
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Ocala the t11 guests uests of Judge Jud e and Mrs MrsRichard MrsRkhard lrs lrskiclaanl
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came on Sunday afternoon and an will willBO willso I
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comets are two strong lines at Rhein Rheinx RheinMr RheinaretsL
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Mr Barton Keep one of the best bestand bestnd bestand
and nd on one of the most modest of our ouroranre ourorntct ouronua
oranre onua and truck t growers was a vis visitor visitor visitor ¬
itor Friday Frid and as is his custom didthe did didth
th the h handsome haadt oute thing by this paperMr paper paperMr
Mr r IV V H Knoblock one of the old oldfvt oldt old9t
fvt t and most mo t prominent citizens ofMartin of ofMan ofn
Martin Man n in has a severe attack of grip gripand glipand gripand
and imeuniottia uulltouia and his condition is ispronounced islronotnt ispronounced
pronounced lronotnt < f precarious This will ill be bead behad betad
ad news to his friends friendsMrs friendsnJ friendsMrs
Mrs nJ W T Cole of Ocala and little httlegranddaughter lttlenUlddaghter littlegranddaughter
granddaughter Mabel McAteer arevistting are arevisiting arEYisitln
visiting Yisitln Mrs 115 Fox Mrs lrs Cole was a aformer nformer aformer
former resident of Leesburg Her Herfriends Herfriends Herfriends
friends are always pleased to see her herLeesburg herIttsburg herLeesburg
Leesburg Commercial CommercialMrs
Mrs Irs Joe White hite has as her guests guestsher guestsbtr guestsher
her mother Mrs lrs J N Edwards of ofWilliston ortlUston ofWilliston
Williston and her sister Mrs Henry HenryGrambling Hen HenI HenryGrambling
I Grambling of High Springs and the theletters thei
i latters two children Mrs Grambling Grambliugwill
will be pleasantly p remembered here hereas
as Miss Annie Edwards They will willspend willspend willspend
spend a portion of their visit with Mrand Mr Mrand Mrand
and Mrs W Yo P Edwards
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FLORIDA GIRLS AT BRENAU BRENAUThe BRENAUThe I
The Juniors gave their annual re reception reception ¬
ception to the Seniors Friday evening eveningwhich eveningwhich eveningwhich
which provea to oe a very brilliant brilliantaffair brllliantaffair brilliantaffair
affair affairThe affairThe I IThe
The large reception r hall was trans transformed transformed ¬ 1 i iformed
formed into Fair Japan apan and was a avision avision i 1i I Ivision
vision of loveliness Jn its decorations decorationsof
of peach blossoms palms Japanese Japaneselanterns Japaneselanterns
lanterns and parasols In the center centera
a large arbor was built covered cm ered with withvines withvines withvines
vines and clusters of wisteria blossoms blos blossoms blOSsoms ¬
soms The staircase was a mass ofchrysanthemums of ofchrysanthemums
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chrysanthemums and on each side ofthe of ofthe ofthe
the large arch were unique little tea teahouses teahouses ¬ I
houses from which tea and waferswere wafers waferswere
were served by small girls dressed asJaps as asJaps asJaps I
Japs JapsAt
At a late hour an ice cream course coursewas coursewas
was served in chrysanthemum cups cupsand cupsand cupsand
and to each guest was given a Japanese Jap Japanese Japanese ¬
anese fan as a souvenir sou venir of the occa occasion occasion occasion ¬
sion sionThe
The music was furnished by Bear Beardens Beardens Beardens
dens orchestra of Atlanta and young youngmen youngmen youngmen
men came from all over Georgia to toattend toattend toattend
attend this reception The faculty facultyJuniors facultjJuniors facultyJuniors
Juniors and Seniors of Riverside Mil Military Military Military ¬
itary Academy in their full dress uni uniforms uniforms uniforms ¬
forms added much to the brilliancy brilliancyof
of the occasion occasionMany occasionllany occasionMany
Many beautiful gowns were worn wornand wornand wornand
and among the Florida girls who attended at attended attended ¬
tended this elaborate function wereMiss were wereMiss wereMiss
Miss Bessye Porter of Ocala wear wearing weaI weaIing wearing ¬
ing a pink brocaded satin directoire directoiregown directoiregown directoiregown
gown with trimmings of gold andhandpainted and andhandpainted
I handpainted buttons She carried ashower a ashower aI
I shower bouquet of pink bridesmaid bridesmaidroses I IrOEes
roses rosesMiss rosesMiss I IMiss
Miss Minnie Stovall of Ocala wore worean worean worean
an exquisite turquoise messaline sat satin satin satin ¬
in gown with empire bodice made in inGreek inGreek inGreek
Greek design and studded with silver sil silver silvel ¬
ver butterflies butterfliesMiss butterfliesMiss butterfliesMiss
Miss Alta Pearson of Ocala wore abeautiful a abeautiful abeautiful
beautiful Nile green messaline directoire direc directoire directoire ¬
toire gown with a touch of white in inthe inthe inthe
the corsageGilbert corsage corsageGilbert corsageGilbert
Gilbert Younglove who has recent recently ¬
ly moved to Ocala was a guest at the theJunior theJunior theJunior
Junior reception Friday evening eveningMiss eveningMiss eveningMiss
Miss Bessye Porter of Ocala spent spentthe spentthe spentthe
the weekend in Atlanta the guest of ofMrs orlIrs ofMrs
Mrs Phillip Davis at the Piedmont Piedmonthotel Piedmonthotel Piedmonthotel
hotel hotelThe hotelThe hotelThe
The Brenau School of Oratory pre presented presented presented ¬
sented under the direction of MissBessie Miss MissBessie MissBessie
Bessie Kenyon an adaptation of the theFrench theFrench theFrench
French opera The Mascotte with withmusical withmusical withmusical
musical interpretation The special specialdances specialdances specialdances
dances were coacaed coac ed by Miss Esther EstherIrwin EstherIrwin EstherIrwin
Irwin and the accompanist acc tIlpanist Miss MayPhillips May MayPhillips MayPhil1ips
Phillips was assisted by Miss Mar Marguerite Marguerite Marguerite ¬
guerite Porter of Ocala OcalaThe OcalaThe OcalaThe
The Florida girls who were in the thecast thecast thecast
cast were Miss 1 iss Josephine Schneider Schneiderof
of Plant P tmt City who represented Flan Flannette Flantet Flantiette
nette tet te one of the court ladies andMfs and andMies andIis
Mies Bessye Porter of Ocala who whotook whotook whotook
took thepart the part of a strolling player playerMampa playerlampa playeri
Mampa i Tribune TribuneMRS TribuneMRS TribuneMRS
MRS MAYOS WEDDINGSociety WEDDING WEDDINGSociety WEDDINGSociety
Society air over Florida and South SouthCarolina SouthCarolina SouthCarolina
Carolina will be interested in an en engagement ellagemellt engagement ¬ l
gagement recently announcedthat announcedthatof announced announce that thatof that1rs
of Mrs Ethel Eth l Stockton Mayo and MrWilliam Mr MrWilliam 11 11ViliiaIU
William Parker Parl er Holmes both recent recently
ly of this city but now of Quincy QuincyMrs Quincylrs QuincyMrs
Mrs Mayo is the older daughter ofthe of ofthe
the late Mr 11 Davidson Stockton and andMrs andI andMrs
Mrs I rs Stockton She is a remarkably remarkablypretty remarkablyI remarkablypretty I
pretty and attractive young woman womanand womanand
and comes from one of Floridas test bestknown testknown testknown
known families Mrs Mayo was mar marrieJ marr1EJ mar marred
red to Mr 11 Bennett Mayo Ia o whenscarcely when whenscarcely whenscarcel
scarcely more than a girl and is still stiHquite stillquite I Iquite
quite young She has two children j ya ja ja
a pretty little girl and a sturdy little littleson littleSOIl littleson
son named for his father Her fam family family ant antfly ¬
ily connection is a large and important impor important imlrtant ¬
tant one and in middle Florida Flor lla tspe tspecially espedally pe pecially
cially she has hosts of relativesSince relatives relativesSince relatiyesSince
Since Mr Ir Mayos death she has made madeher madeh madeher
her h r home in Quincy with her moth mother ¬
er
Mr Holmes comes from South Car Carolina Carolina ¬
olina where his family is a well wellknown wellknown wellknown
known and imixirl iIup rt1int nt one Until re recently receut1y receutly
cently he has UlS made his home in this thiscity thiscit thiscity
city cit but is now in the tobacco busi business business business ¬
ness near Quincy He has friendseverywhere friends friendseverywhere friendseeryhere
everywhere and they will m all congrat congratulate congratulate congratulate ¬
ulate him Mr 11 Holmes Jacksonville Jacksonvillerelatives Jacksonvillerelatives Jncksonvillerelatives
relatives include many nan of the most mostimportant mostimportant mostimportant
important society societ people of the cityand city cityand cit t
and he has always enjoyed much popularity pop popularity popularity ¬
ularity in a social and business way wayThe wayThe wayThe
The engagement is probably by bythis bythis bythis
this time very er generally known butat but butat I Iat
at the first fir t it came as a very er pleas pleasant pleasant ¬
ant surprise surpriseThe surprIseThe
The wedding will be solemnized < < l onthe on onthe onthe
the 7th of April at Quincy the bride brideelects brideelects brideelects
elects old home and will be an im important important important ¬
portant society societ event although the thewedding thewedding thewedding
wedding is to be quietly solemnized solemnizedat
at the home of the brideelects moth mother ¬
er Mrs Davidosn Stockton with only onlythe onlythe onlythe
the immediate family present presentCoat presentCoatof Coat Coatof
of Arms ArmsREADYTOWEAR ArmsREADYTOYEAR ArmsREADYTOWEAR
READYTOWEAR suits in linen linenand linenand linenand
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I AN UNUSUAL AND ATTRACTIVE ATTRACTIVEPROGRAM ATTRACTIVEl ATTRACTIVEPROGRAM
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The young people of the Methodist Methodistchurch Methodistchurch Methodistchurch
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church arranged a very attractiveprogram attractive attractiveprogram attractiveprogram
program for Sunday night and an ax un unusually unusually unusually ¬
usually large congregation was pres present res resent ¬
ent and was very much edified edifiedMiss edifiedMiss edifiedMiss
Miss Freddy Fred y Foy presided and an did didso didso didso
so with perfect ease dignity and andgrace andgrace andgrace
grace Besides the organthere organ there were wereother wereother wereother
other instruments and the spirited spiritednymns spiritednymns spiritednymns
nymns were an important feature of ofthe ofI ofthe
the programThe program programThe programThe
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The young missionaries repesented repesentedthemselves repesentedthemselves repesentedthemselves
themselves as natives of the different differentforeign differentforeign differentforeign
foreign fields and told of the condi conditions conditions conditions ¬
tions prevailing in their respective respectivecountries respectivei respectivecountries
i countries before the advent and andspread andspread andspread
spread of Christianity and how thenatives the thenatives thenatives
natives had been blessed by its introduction in introduction introduction ¬
troduction troductionMiss troductionIiss troductionMiss
Miss Jessilu J Martin told of Africaand Africa Africaand Africaand
and especially of the work of f DavidLivingston David DavidLivingston DavidLivingston
Livingston and the search made for forhim forhim forhim
him by Stanley StanleyMiss StanleyMiss I Iliss
Miss Mamie Counts gave a brief briefsketch briefsketch briefsketch
sketch of Japan and its wonderful lit little little little ¬
tle people and how quickly they are areadopting areadopting areadopting
adopting the ways of the western westernhemisphere westernhemisphere westernhemisphere
hemisphereMiss hemisphere
Miss Cam told briefly of life in Ko Korea Korea Korea ¬
rea and Miss Gertrude Bachelder told toldsomething toldI toldsomething
something of the Chinese medical medicalprofession medicalprofession medicalprofession
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profession Her paper was semihuincrous semihu semihumorous semihui ¬
i morous and provoked a number of ofsmiles ofsmiles ofsmiles
smilesMiss smiles smilesMiss smilesMiss
Miss Loulie Barnett dressed inwilows in inwidows inwidows
widows weeds told something of ofchild ofchild ofchild
child marriage in the celestial king kingdom kingdom ¬
I dom Her husband was married toher to toher toher
her at the tender age of four months monthsshe monthssbe monthsshe
she was early left a widow and sheenlightened she sheenlightened sheenlightened
enlightened her hearers on this phase phaseof
of Chinese lifeMiss life lifeMiss lifelIiss
Miss Martin rendered a solo Mr MrBarnett MrBarnett Ir IrBarnett
Barnett told how pleased he was with withthe withthe withthe
the program program a collection was taken takenup takenup takenup
up and the president gracefully an announped announped announped
nounped that the program was endedThe ended endedThe endedThe
The benediction was pronounced and andthe andthe andthe
the congregation dismissed dismissedThe
The meeting was pronounced a asuccess asuccess asuccess
success and the church will be asked askedto
to have similar programs more fre frequently frequentlj frequently ¬
quently quentlyOBSERVATIONS quentljOBSERVATIONS quentlyOBSERVATIONS
OBSERVATIONS OF A NURSe NURSeTo
To the Ocala Banner BannerCleanliness BannerCleanliness BannerCleanliness
Cleanliness is next to godliness godlinessand
and where it abides flies and other otherwinged otherwinged otherwinged
winged diseasebearers will not breedWhile breed breedWhile breedVhile
While there are so many points that thatare thatare thatare
are good for the prevention of tuberculosis tuber tuberculosis tuberculosis ¬
culosis and other diseases I would wouldlike wouldlike wouldlike
like to give my experience as a nurse nurseFor nurseI nurseFor
For years I was called upon up n to nurse nurseconsumption nurseconsumption I Iconsumption
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consumption my patients living in a atown atown
town They went home to the greatbeyond great greatbeyond greatbeyond
beyond and each one claimed that thattuberculosis thattnberculosis thattuberculosis
tuberculosis was not in their families familiesbut
but that the disease was taken from froma
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a cold Well this town had openairtoilets openair openairtoilets OlenairI
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toilets tOl 1 ets with wit 1 1 buckets and a generalcleaning general generalcleaning generalcleaning
cleaning up once a week But O the theflies theflies theflies
flies that ever lingered and bred bredthere bredthere
there Such a place is not clean and andcan andcan andcan
can never be made clean Oh the thehorrid thehorrid thehorrid
horrid nauseating flies Their sea season season season ¬
son seemed never ending and theyeverbearing they theyeverbearing theyeverbearing
everbearing and gray mosquitoes mosquitoesblack
black and redheaded ones big and andlittle andlittlethere andlittlethere
little littlethere there was no ending though thoughthe
the town was noted for its strict san sanitary sonitary sanitary ¬
itary rules and the enforcement of ofthem ofthem ofthem
them In time I was called cal1 d to live liven
M a city where the laws were most mostsirinpeni moststringent moststringent
stringent One O e law was that there thereshould thereshould thereshould
should b 00 > no openair toilets and the thestreets thest thestreets
streets st had to be swept or scoured scouredonce sconredi scouredonce
once or twice a day i ny I never saw a afly afly afly
fly for days and l11 then it was near nearsome nearsome nearsome
some unkempt stable private 1 1visited 1visitetl 1visited
visited another town and they were weremaking weremaking weremaking
making a law by b votes that everyone everyonewithin everyonewithin everyonewithin
within the town tq t < yvu vtt limits had to have havebath havebath havebath
bath and toilets with water works at attachments attachments attachments ¬
tachments The votes cast were foi foicleanliness fmcleuniiness fotcleanliness
cleanliness with so much tax per perhome perbom perhome
home or person and lo the awful awfuldiseasebreeding awfuldiseasebreeding awfuldiseasebreeding
diseasebreeding < a worse cannot be befound b bfound brfound
found openair toilets were ere done doneaway doneIway doneaway
away with There is no danger great greater ¬
er in a town or thickly settled neigh neighborhood neighborhood neighborhood ¬
borhood than these dangerous disease diseasehomes diseasebomes diseasehomes
homes A NURSE NURSESUNDAY NURSESUNDAY NURSESUNDAY
SUNDAY WEDDING AT STANDARDSunday STANDARD STANDARDSunday STANDARDSunday
Sunday afternoon at t four oclockMiss oclock oclockMiss oclocklIiss
Miss Lola Mills was married to Mr MrDave MrDave Ir IrDave
Dave Priest of Morriston MorristonThe
The marriage took place at thehome the thehome thehome
home of the brides parents Mr andMrs and andMrs and1rs
Mrs Elbert Mills at Standard and andwas andwas andwas
was a very quiet event The bride isvery is isvery isvery
very popular in her neighborhood and andher andher andher
her friends wish her every happiness happinessThe
The happy groo mis a prosperous prosperousfarmer prosperousfarmer prosperousfarmer
farmer of Morriston and he and his hisbride hisbride hisbride
bride will make their home at that thatplace thatplace thatplace
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that Mrs Gordon S Scott gave on onTuesday onTuesday onTuesday
I Tuesday afternoon for Mrs Adolph AdolphHohenberg AdolphHohenberg AdolphHohenberg
Hohenberg of Wetumpka Alabama Alabamawho Alabamawho Alabamawho
who is a very handsome and popular popularvisitor popularvisitor popularvisitor
visitor to the city Mrs Scott entertained enter entertained entertained ¬
tained about thirtyfive of her married marriedfriends marriedfriends marriedfriends
friends and several of the young la ladies ladies Iadies ¬
dies were also her guests guestsMrs guestsMrs guestsblrs
Mrs Hohenberg wore a lovely light lightblue lightblue lightblue
blue silk gown and the hostess was wasgowned wasgowned wasgowned
gowned in white wh te as was also her herdaughter herdaughter herdaughter
daughter Mrs John Taylor who as assisted assisted assisted ¬
sisted her mother in entertaining entertainingMrs
Mrs Irs Scott is never happier than thanwhen thanwhen thanwhen
when surrounded by > y her friends inher in inher inher
her own home thus giving happiness happinessto
to them as well as herself hers 1f and her herparty herparty herparty
party on Tuesday was a particularly particularlydelightful particularlydelightful particularlydelightful
delightful one oneThe oneTILe oneThe
The rooms were fragrant with ro roses roses roses ¬
ses and wisteria blossoms and eight eighttables eIghttables eighttables
tables were arranged for the playing playingof
of progressive anagrams anagramsAt
At the door Mrs Charles Rheln Rheinauer Rhelnauer Rhelnauer
auer received and in the hall Mrs B BW BV BW
W V Minims presided at the tea table tableand tableand tableand
and the cups of tea and crackers were werepassed werepassed werepassed
passed to the guests by Miss Alice AliceBullock AliceBullock AliceBullock
Bullock and Miss Winnefred Rapalje Rapaljeof
of Plainfield New Jersey who is a avery avery avery
very pretty young visitor to the city citybeing citybeing citybeing
being the guest of her brother and andsisterinlaw andsisterinlaw andsisterinlaw
sisterinlaw Mr and Mrs E H Ra Rapalje Rapalje Rapaije ¬
palje paljeReceiving paljeReceiving paijeReceiving
Receiving with Mrs Scott and Mrs MrsHohenberg MrsHohenberp IrsHohenberg
Hohenberg was Mrs M II Fisbel Mrs MrsHohenbergs MrsHohenbergs rs rsHohenbergs
Hohenbergs hostess hostessThe hostessThe hostessThe
The guests enjoyed the games of ofanagrams ofanagrams ofanagrams
anagrams which were very spirited spiritedand
and lively and the progressions were werekept werekept werekept
kept on tally tal1 cards which were large largeletter largetetter largeletter
letter Hs painted in different colors colorsThe colorsThe colorsThe
The bouquets were numbered and a anumber anumber anumber
number was given to each of the la ladies ladies ¬
I dies and in this way the lovely bou bouquets bouqnets bouquets ¬
quets of carnations roses violets violetspansies violetspansies violetspansies
pansies etc were chosen chosenMrs chosenIrs chosenMrs
Mrs Scott had asked each guest to tobring tobring tobring
bring with them a piece of poetry de descriptive deI descriptive ¬
scriptive of the guest of honor These Thesewere Thesewere Thesewere
were written on handpainted leaflets leafletsand leafletsand leafletsand
and were all read aloud by Mrs rs L W WDuval WDuval Y YDuval
Duval Some of the verses were or original original original ¬
iginal and most of them appropriate appropriatequotations n1 appropriatequotations > proluiatequotations
quotations They were bound togeth together ¬
er in a pretty little book which will willbe willbe ill illbe
be prized by Mrs Hohenberg as a alovely alovely alovely
lovely reminder of a very happy afternoon af afternoon afternoon ¬
ternoon ternoonMrs ternoonMrs ternoonMrs
Mrs Scott assistedby assisted < rby by Mrs Irs Taylor TaylorMrs TaylorMrs TaylorDirs
Mrs E L Carney Miss Valeta Potter Potterand Potterand Potterand
and Miss Sarah McCrenry served servedlovely seneellovely servedlovely
lovely marshmallow trifle and cake cakeMrs cakelIrs cakeMrs
Mrs Scotts party was one of the themost themost
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in Ocala OcalaMEETING OcalaMEETING OcalaMEETING
MEETING OF THE SEWING CIRCLE CIRCLEThe CIRCLEThe CIRCLEThe
The ladies who are members of ofthe ofthe ofthe
the Baptist Sewing Circle met as usMal us usual usnal ¬
Mal Wednesday afternoon for their theirregular theirltgulnr theirregular I
regular sew and nnt chat These Th e ladies ladiesarf
are engaged in making some exceed exceedingly exceedingly exceedingly ¬
ingly dainty and useful garments and amiother andother tIlotber
other articles which they work on all allduring allduring allduring
during the spring and summer to be besold besold besold
sold at their annual bazaar in December Decem December December ¬
ber The meetings are social s < > cial pleasures pleas pleasures pleaanres ¬
ures as well as business ones and andMonday andMonday andMonday
Monday they met with ith Mrs lrs Harris HarrisMcAteer HarriscAteer HarrisMcAteer
McAteer at the home of her mother motherMrs motb motherMrs r rrs
Mrs rs W V T Cole on North Main Mainstreet Matnstreet ibtainstreet
street streetMrs streetMrs
Mrs E L Carney assisted by her hersister bersister hersister
sister Mrs B W Minims entertain entertained ¬
ed twelve young people very informaj informajly
ly and delightfully Saturday evening eveningThere eeningThere eveningThere
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after a most enjoyable game Mrs MrsCarney MrsCarney lrs lrsCarney
Carney served refreshments Her Herguests Herguests Herguests
guests were Misses May Camp An Annie Annie Annie ¬
nie Atkinson Corinne and Carrie Wil Williams Williams ViIIiams ¬
liams Mr Ir and Mrs John Taylor TaylorMessrs Ta TaylorMessrs lor lorIessrs
Messrs Waldo Martin W V D Taylor TaylorJ
J H Workman J 1 H Bell and E E ERobinson ERobinson ERobinson
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