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THE DAYTONA DAILY NEWS, MONDAY, MARCH 6, 1916.
You Will Be Sorry If You Don't Secure a House Lo
For a Winter Home in Florida at
The Beauty Spot on the Halifax Peninsula
Greatest Bargains in Florida
$999, INCLUDING LOT.
5-RCOM BUNGALOW. MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
All high and dry land, in the heart of
the Fishing Grounds
WILBUR-BY-THE-SEA is located on the Halifax Peninsula., about seven miles
south of Daytona, between Port Orange Bridge and the Inlet
Five miles frontage on the Ocean.
Four miles frontage on the Halifax River
$1,199, INCLUDING LOT.
S-ROOM BUNGALOW. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
$1,299, INCLUDING LOT.
7-RCOM BUNGALOW. ALL MODERN IMPROVEMENTS.
Boating. Bathing. Fine Fishing, Croquet Grounds, Clock Golf
Only 800 feet from Ocean to River
Seeing Is Believing A Look Means a Lot
BUNGALOW SITES ON RIVER ok OCEAN
PRICES S150 AND UPWARDS. SOLD FOR CASH OR EASY TERMS AT PRIVATE SALE.
HOUSES FOR SALE, FOR RENT OR BUILT TO ORDER
MEALS SERVED AT ALL HOURS AT THE TORONITA RESTAURANT
Auto 'Bus mikes daily trips between Daytona and Wilbur, leaving from Daytona Office, 234 South Beach Street.
THE REASON WE OFFER MDR2 VALUE FOR LESS MONEY THAN ALL OTHERS IS:; WE ARE OWNERS, NOT AGENTS.
89 STATE STREET.
WILBUR LAND COMPANY
234 SO. BEACH ST.
Ch H v fj iar number of invitations Lave been '
pw yfP TM Eerit Mrs- M'-i'r&y L- Stanley will j
Miss Katherine C. Ganley, Editor.
A special meeting of the Civi
Miss Erma Burrv was hostess to her
Miss Jean Frances Conrad enter
tained fifty of her little friends Sat-
urday afternoon in honor of her tenth
"birthday. Through the kindness of Mr.
Bureoyne. who most cordially extend
ed the use of the Bnrgoyne casino
and the services of the band from
3 o'clock until 4:30 the little ones! en
.' joyed dancing.
The party opened with a gran i
; march led by golden haired Jean Fran
": ces and Banta Kilyard, followed by
: the little guests. This was so pretty
and so thoroughly enjoyed by the on-
lookers, that the march was repeated,
this time Miss Jean Frances leading
; with Robert Wallace. After the march
; the boys and girls enjoyed dancing un
: til 4:3', when they departed for the
Conrad home on Orange avenue, there
to emoy refreshments. A huxre birth-
partment of the Palmetto club will be club Saturday evening at her home v Ciiie w;t2l ten car;;3 t-um:ng '
held in the clubhouse Tuesday mom-j on Second avenue, entertaining her ? brightly, was cut by the little hostess.:
iz at 10:0'J o'clock- ! young fried s at five hundred. Three jani each of the little guests received
Tuesday evening will be Miss Mar-s tables were engaged in the contest;21
Jr, C V. Bohar.non and Mrs V. M
HiLr.::.s ili entertain a auction Mon
'i; ' i.-1'.-.-ri. a-': at the home of Mrs. Bo
bs : j:.. oii So ;ih Palrr,etto avenue
"J I is i the ec- card party of a
feeties. gien by these popular young
ion Gabeler's turn to entertain the
Neighborhood club at her home on
Cypress street, and all the members
of the club are anticipating a very
Miss Linna Stubenbord will enter
tain her friends Wednesday afternoon
at cards at her home o North Ridge
'"be Tourist club of St. Paul's church
..i 1 -et Monday afternoon in the
pifK b:al ball o Myrtle a-.ej.-ue to
t'U y auction and five hundred.
Thursday will be club day at the
Palmetto club, when a delightful mus- wJn pio-d-I.
icale will be given, the topic, "An
Afternoon with American Music. and
Musicians." Mrs. William E. Hitch
cock is chairman of the function, while
Mrs. Matbew P. Cornwall and Mrs.
William Biodgett are the hostesses.
and prizes were awarded to Miss Bes
sie Wetherell. Sheldon Eastland and
A delicious refreshment course was
served by the hostess, during the vis
The club members consist of the
Misses Hazel and Bessie Wetherell,
Amy Eddows, Marie Roedel, Fannie
Scovil. Erma Burry, Clarence Nash.
Sheldon Eastland. Edward Snyder,
Duncan Mills, Edmund Burry and Ed-
Th" M;-.ses Daisy and Cecelia
S: irna.d-.-ke. of Ridgewood avenue, will
eu.trt.-.in Monday afternoon at auc
tion. Tuesday afternoon these tharrn
society girls will entertain at
u :tiua and five hundred.
Mrs. Michael Sholtz, of Seabreeze
beach will entertain most elaborately
Saturday afternoon, when a card party
will be given in the Palmetto club
house in honor of Mrs. Otto Wissner,
of Brooklyn, N. Y., an intimate friend
of the hostess. Auction and five hun
dred will be enjoyed.
.drs. Jmes Neisoa will entertain at
4i.tis Tuesday afternoon at 1 o'clock,
at her artistic home on North Ridge
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. J. W.
Sh ells, Mrs. Carrie Hendricks, Mrs.
EL a L. O'Neill and Mrs. Elmer Kipp
;, entertain at a brilliant card party
at ib.- Palmetto clubhouse to which a
"When I take too much quinine for
my malaria, as I occasionally ao. con
fessed the Old Codger, "it affects my
head and makes me think very foolish
things. I remember once of getting
so that I heard queer noises in my
head, and for nearly a whole day fan
cied I was an Hon.' and was being so
licited Dy my many friends to run for
the legislature." Kansas City Star.
A bridge party was given Saturday
1 afternoon by Mrs. C. C. Bohannon 'and
I Mrs. W. M. Hankins. two of Daytona' s
; prominent young society matrons, at
the beautiful home of Mrs. Bohannon
on South Palmetto avenue. The living
and dining rooms were artistically ar
; ranged with ferns, palms', jessamine.
. marigold, jonquils and yellow nastur
, tiumr-. yellow and green color scheme
i being carried out. Eight tables of
Daytona's society ladies played auc
tion Mrs. Barnes, of. Minneapolis.
: won the first prize, Mrs. E. B. Putnam
. the second and Mrs. Fred Niver. the
; After the card game a delicious
luncheon was served by the hostess,
i Another card party is being given
Tni;u in character, full of charac
ter, too. for every conceivable char
acter in Dickens vorks were repre
sented, was the very successful Dick
ens' ball given in the Casino Burgoyr.e
Saturday evening by the Civic, depart
ment of tne Palmetto club. It:was a
gorgeous affair, nothing like it ever
hav;ng been seen in Daytona before.
No detail was spared to make it a glo
rious success, and it was successful
to the last detail.
The ball opened by a grand march,
led by Mrs. Mitchell and Mr. Hinsky.
followed by Mrs. Stanley and Mr. Bal
longh with a long procession of cou
ples in Dickens costumes, after which
a square dance was enjoyed. This was
followed by a Virginia reel, both
dances being under the direction of
Mr. Ballough, then everybody danced
until midnight. Music was furnished
by the Saracino band until ten o'clock
when it was relieved by an orchestra
composed of orchestras from the ho
tels. This brilliant affair closes the car
nival which was held in the Palmetto
clubhouse Thursday and Friday, and
much praise is due Mrs. Mitchell and
Miss Edith Newell, together with the
members of the Civic department who
made the whole affair a success by
their untiring effort.
The proceeds of the carnival will be
devoted in part to the building fund
of the Palmetto club, part to the Ca
sino Burgoyne chair fund, and part to
the playground for the children.
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V TODAY'S FASHION NOTE, i
afternoon by Mrs. Bohanno:
A card party was enjoyed at the ;
Ridgewood hotel Thursday evening.
Pivot bridge was the form of enter-:
tainment and proved very popular.
Each of the eleven tables were award
ed a prize and the winners were Chas.
Griffin, Danbury, Conn.: W. A. Whit
ney, Springfield. Mass.; Mrs. C. A.
Miles. Philadelphia. Pa.; Mrs. Henry
Bowles, Springfield. Mass.; Mrs. C. W. , by matrimony: it :s -a omen who take
Rogg, Des Moines, la,; J. Walter May. on colossal respons:b..:ty by matri
Cambridge, Mass.; Mrs. Herrinstoc, I niony. The woman sn ,u:3 surely be
Rurlir.eton. Vt: Mrs. H. O. Yor.n?. ; allowed to choose the man :or wnon
Detroit. Mich.: Mr. Free. New York;
Shall Women Procose?
Of course women snoul i nr . pose, it
is women who change their entire lives
City; Mrs. Dykes. Flushing. Long Is
land and Miss Rae, New York City.
Punch was served throughout the
she reels nerself able to work and give.
Men propose; men nave had it all in
their own nanus up to now. and if they
have marr:-t the wrong woman they
nave on t .-'-- - - blame for it
Mrs. E. H. Purdy delightfully en
tertained at cards last evening in hon
or of Miss Helen Perrine, of Spencer.
Iowa, one of the season guests who
leaves shortly for her home in Iowa,
ihe spacious parlors of the Seville
were tastefully decorated for the oc
casion an I there were six tables of
bridge and five hundred. Punch was
served during the evening and
the prizes for highest scores v. ere
awarded to George Couversier. of
Babylon, N. Y.. and John Hayes, of
Jonnstown. N. Y.
The honor guest received a beauti
ful souvenir of Daytona in remem
brance of her pleasant visit.
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It is plaited
tons. Plain white .r-.-p
with a dash cf black .-a
yards 44-inch serge a
yards Cvinch crep.
Pictorial Review Waist
j Sizes. 34 to 4-J inches busi.
: Skirt No. 6503. Sizis. t-:
1 waist: price. 13c. at Pec'-i
n at waist.
1 yard 3$-