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ABOUT HOTEL GUESTS
Mrs. Peter Vredenburgh. of Spring
field, 111., Is in Daytona Beach, and U
stopping at the Seaside Inn.
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Waite, of Provi
dence, R. I., are registered at the
Prince George for an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Vanshusan haTe
arrived from Detroit, Mich., for an in
definite stay at the Princess Issena
Mr. Garnish and Miss E. Garni3h
hare returned to their home in Ash
land, Wis., after a very pleasant stay
at the Seaside Inn.
Mrs. M. Reich, of Lexington, Ky.,
and W. R. Givens, of Kingstoa, On
tario, are among the recent registra
tions at the Seaside Inn.
John Karst, of Brooklyn, N. Y., !:
among the recent arrivals at the
Schmidt hotel, where he expects to
remain for several weeks.
Gillespie and Kinport's tourist party
of twenty people are registered at the
Ridgewood hotel for a few days' visit,
en route for Palm Beach and Miami.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Zollinger, of
Conton, Ohio, are recent arrivals at
the Prince George, where it Is expect
ed, they will remain until the end of
F. H. Brewer and family have re
turned to their home in Washington,
D. C, after enjoying a stay of some
length in Seabreeze, guests of the
Several of the Brooklyn baseball
team are recent arrivals at the Prince
George and include J. W. Coombs, S.
M. Smith and Otto Miller, who U ac
companied by his bride.
W. Hennigan, representative for tb
New York World, and Lester Rice, the
Brooklyn Citizen newspaper man. are
at Schmidt's hotel to remain during
the Superba's stay in Daytona.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DeCamp, of Phil
adelphia, accompanied by their attrac
tive daughter. Miss Gladys P. DeCamp,
are recent arrivals at Daytona, and
are registered at the Ridgewood hotel
tor an indefinite stay.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. O'Shea, Jr., of
Boston, Mass., are registered at the
Despland hotel for a short visit. The
D'Sheas are en route for the north
ifter a visit to Palm Beach and Miami.
ind stopped over to sightsee in Day
ona. Mrs. Cranston and Mrs. Jenks, who
have been spending some time in Day
tona Beach at tl.e Seaside Inn, left
lor their home 'n Providence, R. I.
They will visit in St. Augustine, Jack
tonville and other points of interest
n route home.
Charles T. Boal, of Chicago, accom
panied by hi3 daughter, Mrs. P. L.
Wickes, of the same city, are guests
ft the Despland hotel for an indefi
I ite stay. These interesting people
ire intimate friends of Mrs. C. E.
Tripp, who is wintering at the Des
Mrs. Louis Seelbach, of Louisville,
Ky., and charming young daughter,
v ho have been spending the winter
at the Despland hotel, have taken their
departure for their home In Kentucky.
Mrs. Seelbach and Miss Seelbach were
very popular in Daytona. as well as at
tieir hotel, and their many friends
ere loathe to have them leave.
The regular weekly dance at the
Seaside Inn last evening was well at
tended by the guests and friends of
the hotel. The dining room was clear
e 1 for dancing and music was furnish
el by the Prince George orchestra.
This was one of the most delightful
social affairs at this popular hostelry
this week and a mcst enjoyable eve
n ng was spent by all.
The Despland hotel has its share of
tl.e newly arrived baseball players who
ciime in Friday. The register shows
ti e names of some of the Brooklyn's
b-sst. and include J. II. Meyers, R.
IkJarquard, Ollie O'Mara and E. J. Pfef
fr, as well as Dr. Hart, the team's
physician . They are all very interest
it g young men to talk with, and are
quite charmed with the beauties of
Diytona. as well as the mildness of
tie climate after the chilling wind3 of
Mrs. C. E. Tripp, a winter guest at
the Despland hotel entertained C. T.
Bal and Mrs. C. T. Wickes, Chicago,
newly arrived guests at the hotel, at
diiner Thursday evening. A very
pi jasant time was enoyed, and much
reminiscing done, as Mr. Boal aad his
daughter, Mrs. Wickes, are old friends
of Mrs. Tripp, and they haven't seen
ea:h other for some time.
Mrs. W. J. M. Mead, Mrs. E. H.
Wilman, Miss M. M. Gillick and Frank
Kingsland, all of New York City, are
recent arrivals in Daytona and are
registered at the Prince George for a
week's stay. The party drove here in
a Chandler Six, anl are en route for
Palm Beach and Miami. Mrs. Mead i3
the wife of the president of the Chan
dler Automobile Company.
A party consisting of Mr. and Mrs.
J. Fred Sneedy and child, Mrs. G. G.
Brandenberg, Misses Hellen and Vir
ginia Brandenberg, of Chicago, will
spend an indefinite time on the beach,
guests of the Seaside Inn.
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A. J. DeCamp, Philadelphia.
Mis3 Gladys DeCamp. Philadelphia.
George E. Howes, Jr., Newport, R. L
Mr. and Mrs. L. A. McClary, Chi
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Wagner, Duluth.
Mr. and Mrs. G. O. Ober, Lynn, Mass.
WT. E. Germain, Lynn, Mass.
Mr. and Mrs. O. B. Rowe, Oneonta.
Mr. and Mrs. B. H. Morris, Oneonta,
H. T. Cornell, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Daniel Lees. Philadelphia, Pa.
Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Eaton, Boston,
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Norman Merry, Jacksonville.
E. M. Sanchez, Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Elliott, Chicago.
Master Robert Elliott, Chicago.
P. H. Shelton, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Babcock, Kasota,
Miss Marion Babcock, Kasota, Minn.
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Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Vogel and
daughter, Oconomowac, Wis.
Mr. and Mrs. B. Atwood. Plymouth,
Capt. and Mrs. P. H. Crowell, Bos
Grace B. Crowell, Boston, Mass.
John R. Glover, Brooklyn, N. Y.
ft THE WINDSOR ft
Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Petters. Elmore,
Mr. and Mrs. Z. D. Wheat, Brooklyn
Mr. and Mrs. F. M. DeVoe, New
York, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Bissell, Detroit,
Katherine Murphy, Boston.
Clara M. Murphy, Boston.
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Mary B. Schultz, Pittsburgh, Pa,
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Bowers, Plain-
field, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Gladwin, Hart
Mr. and Mrs. George Blackman, St.
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Mr. and Mrs. A. J. DeCamp, Philadel
Gladys P. DeCamp, Philadelphia, Pa.
ft PRINCESS ISSENA ft
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Vanshusan, De
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Mrs. C. H. Lyon, Dayton. O.
C. E. B. Root, Herkimer, N. Y.
Mrs. D. B. Bundy, Middletown, O.
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Mrs. L. P. Claws.on, Hamilton, Ohio.
Miss Emma Hughes, Hamilton, Ohio.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Zollinger, Can
Mr. and Mrs. C. D. Waite, Provi
dence, R. I.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Highby, Canton,
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Bairhill, Philadel
Otto Neubert, Asbury Park, N. J.
Mr3. Wr. J. M. Mead, New York City.
Mrs. E. H. Wilman. New York City.
Miss M. M. Gillick, New York City.
Frank Kingsland, New York City.
Holter Miller, New York City.
Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Price, New York
Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Risdon, Trenton,
G. WT. Parkin, Bound Brook, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. Randall, St Paul,
David Sholtz, Daytona.
J. W. Coombs, Brooklyn, N. Y.
S. M. Smith, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. O. Miller, Brooklyn.
THE IMPROVEMENT ASSOCIATION
Hopes to be able to announce the installation of our Tel
ephone service by next week. This energetic body of
workers have other good things under way we will list
a few only:
Prettiest Station Grounds on the Railway.
Bridge Across the Halifax River.
Picnic Grounds at Harbor Point.
Deep Water Pier.
HELP THE OTHER FELLOW HE CAN HELP YOU
That has not been adopted as the slogan of our Asso
ciation, but it exemplifies the spirit of the organization.
They seem to have the belief that "the other fellow" is of
the same mind, and that every one is going to do his level
best to make ALLANDALE a town of tomorrow.
There are many towns that lack this most necessary
element to inspire one to do his best.
We have the will to do things in ALLANDALE
everybody wants to help. If we prosper it will not be due
to our optimism, but to the broad point of view that in
cludes our neighbor's success with ours.
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Mr. and Mrs. J. Fred Sheedy and
child, Chicago, 111.
Mrs. G. G. Brandenberg, Chicago.
Miss Helen Brandenberg. Chicago,
Miss Virginia Brandenberg, Chicago,
Mrs. Peter Vredenburgh, Spring
Mrs. M. Reich, Lexington, Ky.
W. R. Givens, Kingston, Ontario.
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; F. J. Sullivan, Boston. Mass.
I Frank Edwards, Jacksonville.
W. H. Cogswell, Jr., Charleston, S. C.
John Karet, Brooklyn, N. Y.
W. Hennigan, New York City.
Lester Price, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dr. Fred Hart, Brooklyn, N. Y.
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Charles T. Boal, Chicago.
Mrs. P. L. Wickes, Chicago.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. O Shea, Jr., Bos
Miss J. E. Fairchild, Bridgeport,
Mrs. H. R. Wheeler, Bridgeport
J. H. Meyers, Brooklyn. N. Y.
R. Marquard, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Dr. Hart, Brooklyn, N. Y.
Ollie O'Mara, Brooklyn, N. Y.
E. J. Pfeffer, Brooklyn. N. Y.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Newton. Cort
land, N. Y.
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Mrs. D. M. Barnard, Toledo, Ohio.
Mrs. Chas. Barnard, Toledo. Ohio.
Emma E. Kemper, Plymouth, Wis.
Orma Kemper, Plymouth, Wis.
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Mrs. E. H. Bissin, Montreal, Canada.
Miss A. Bissin, Montreal, Canada.
James T. Stuart, Baltimore, Md-
C. S. Young, Jacksonville.
W J. Hartnett, Jacksonville. Fla..
G. C. Hill, Jacksonville, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. John A. O'Shea, Jr
A. W. Herbes, New York.
J. H. Meyers, New York.
R. Marquard, New York.
D. Hart. New York.
E. J. Pfeffer, New York.
Ollie O'Mara, New York.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Frost, Boston,
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Nesmith, Boston,
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Johnson, Jack
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Turner, Jr., Jack
M. B. Crary, Jacksonville.
-iarry H. Mowrey, Baltimore. Md.