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0. H. S. LOCAL NEWS
The Latest and Newest
Creations in
Louise Spencer has been absent j
from school on account of sickness, j J
We are all glad to see her back again. I J
New Line of Tinted Stationery. Easter Cards. Stationery
. . . for Foreign Correspondence
All the school, especially the En- j
sign staff, are very sorry that Rozel-i J
March Victor Records
Always to be found at
le has had to miss school because of
illness.
Butterflies Mounted in Pennants on Silk and Mother of Pearl
Phone 496
Affleck Millinery Parlor
Opposite Gerig's Drug Store
Theo Beckham was absent for half
a day. The Seniors missed her and
are glad it was for no longer that she
had to miss.
OcaU House Block
MORRISON AUTO SERVICE
CADILAC and FORD CARS
FOR HIRE
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
- - PHONE "464 - -
Wanted, A Wife
Must be young and good-looking
not over fifteen years. Have new
car always riding. See
: MACK TAYLOR
TOMPKN'S STABLES
Easter
Headwear
NOVELTY MILLINERY
MERCHANDISE.
TRIMMED, TAILORED
READY-TO-WEAR
AND
UNTRIMMED HATS
FLOWERS, FEATHERS,
SILK ORNAMENTS
" RIBBONS, BRAIDS AND
Style Hat Shop
An average of 98 3-7 is worthy, of
mention. This was John Bouvier's
average last month, and by accident,
was omitted from the last report.
See our beautiful line of Easter
Cards and Stationery. The Specialty
Shop, A. E. Gerig.
The pupils of the high 'school re
gretted to hear Monday ; of Miss
Mays' illness. They sincerely hope she
will be well enough to return tomor
row. -
RHEINAUE
The piaho got so "stuck up" on St
Patrick's day that it would not play.
That's all right, just so long as the
Glee Club, sextette, trio and the like
can sing. ,4
Heyward Bridges and Hansel Leav
engood were visitors on the campus
Thursday. These former pupils came
up' to give their friends encourage
ment for their coming exams.
The Junior Class regret the loss of
their " sister classmate, Hadassa Sil
ver, who is going to move away from
our city. The Seniors join with the
Juniors in wishing her a ' successful
and happy term in her new home.
Agnes Burford is now the proud
owner of a large Collie, given her by
her brother, Sam. The reporter was
afraid to ask her if it was a birthday j
present for "old maids" are rather i
sensitive about that particular day. '
Hurrah! The girls indoor baseball!
outfit has arrived. If you don't be-;
lieve we are going to beat the boys
just come out and see us practice. We
are determined to make up for all
the enthusiasm that has been lacking
during the term.
R'S
si
RHEINAUE!
Hoop
PATRONIZE
er's
Barbei Shop
STUDENT'S WORK SOLICITED
CHIWREN'S WORK A SPECIALTY
YONGE'S BLOCK
COLD AND HOT DRINKS
FINE BOX CANDIES
... ,
T
FRUITS AND CIGARS
ROXLE
If WE are not getting I
YOUR you i
are not getting the BEST
SERVICE in Ocala B I
y j ROYAL CLEANERS j
: & DYERS :
WILL GERMANY'S
.'WOMEN SMASH
AlliTARISM?'
Read GERTRUDE ATHERTON'S
iJJew Story . . . IL.l' ..'
THE WHITE MORNING"
Beginning APRIL 1st
' ! and Running Dally in i ; . . 7
THE ATLANTA GEORGIAN
: if. ORDER. IT. DELIVERED TODAY
' ' '. f -r FROM ', ., ' ?. S - V .
P. H. GILLEN, Agent.
V
Have you seen those Hickey Free
man Suits for young men at Rhein
auer's ?
C- 'or c. vS- 3-"3-;
Sidney Perry has returned after
ten days' absence caused by illness.
Sidney had ' her tonsils and adenoids
removed and has been quite ill. Her
many friends hate to see her ' so
"skinny," but hope that she will' soon
gain her strength and be herself
again.
We Sell Superior Brand Fertilizers
For All Crops
OCALA SEED STORE
W. D. CARN, Prop.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL
GARDEN, FIELD AND FLOWER
'..-.;..-:.. SEED
Farm Tools and Light Hardware
OCALA FLORIDA
Buy and Sell Peanuts, Velvet Beans
. and Other Seeds
Miriam Connor was the guest of
Marguerite Edwards Wednesday. This
f happy party was given to conserve
(electricity. Had Miriam stayed at
home to cram for exams, : two lights
would have burned "midnight oil," so
Miriam went to Marguerite's, where
they could conserve by burning it together.
It IM M 'S
II I I f
Jomcia:
SOFT
COLLARS
"RraflIpvMBathin&Suits
u I u u for mfi woyEN anJ Boys
COME SELECT YOUR
Easier Suit
At WATERMAN'S
WE HAVE ONE FOR YOU
AND SHIRTS. EASTER Neck
wear in Tune With the Day
i i
PROPERLY WRITTEN POLICIES PAY
0
FRENCH PROGRAM FOR
MONDAY, APRIL 1, 1918
; French songs Glee Club.
Joffre and Viviani--Louise Spencer.
French songs Glee Club.
Joan of Arc Myrtle Brinson.
7 Poem, . Friendship Marguerite Ed
wards. First scene of Le Voyage de M.
Perrichon La Marseillaise School.
Second scene of Le Voyage de M.
Perrichon School. -
Address by Rev. G. A. Ottmann.
Songs School.
Le Voyage de M. Perrichon
Perrichon, retired carriage 'maker
Harold . Klock. , 5 . i v: 5 J - ll -
Mme. Perrichon: Margaret Little. J
Henriette, his daughter: "Ann Ben
ton Fuller, t
Armand DesRoches and Daniel
Savary (lovers of Henriette): Reuben
Blalock and Robert Blake.
Innkeeper: Rozelle Watson.
Ticket Agent: Leonard Wesson.
Book Seller: Ruth Simmons.
Servant: Patsey Gillen.
Employee: Francis Talbot.
First Scene Railroad station at
Lyons. - . - j- - . .'
- Second Scene Interior of an inn in
the Alps.
!
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i:
i
INSURANCE AGENCY
, ESTABLISHED 1885
Fire, Life, Accident, Bond, Burglary and Plate Glass
ROOMS 24. 25 AND 26 HOLDER BLOCK
Mrs. Perry Anthony, a former
member of the class of '18, came over
to be present at the St. Patrick's pro
gram Monday. Later in the day she;
visited the recitations of her old class
mates. The Seniors say that it felt!
like old times to have Pearl back and j
that they could hardly realize that j
she has a husband now. i
OCALA
FLORIDA
Mr. Walter Moorhead, a formei
student of the O. H. S., but now a
member of the crew of the S. S.
Kentucky, has been holding a recep
tion for his girl friends every morn
ing before school hours on his front
porch. We were all so glad to see
Walter again and to know he is so
well and enjoying his sailor life. Wal
ter returned to his ship Wednesday,
much to the regret of many school
friends here.
A complete line of
Shirts at Rheinauer's.
Manhattan
The tediousness of the Seniors
English exam was broken Thursday
morning by Rev. Bunyan Stephens,
who came in to bid them farewell.
No one regretted more than the class
of 1918 seeing Rev. Stephens leave.
They each and every one recalled the
many interesting and instructive lec
tures given by him to the student
body and realized at once that this
was their last meeting for the present
and that these lectures were now
things of the past. The entire student
body join with the Seniors in wishing
Rev. Stephens a most successful
career in the Y. M. C. A. work, which
he has taken up, and that it will be
in the hear future that he will return
to his friends here.
Ready to Serve You
Spring finds us prepared to take
care of the tire repair jobs that
ideal driving weather and our rep
utation for reliable work bring to
us. Let us put your tubes and cas
ings in shape for the coming sea
son. It will cost no more now than
later; and a tire in the car is worth
two at the vulcanizer's. '
BLALOCK BROS.
Vulcanizing
Phone 78 107 Ocklawaha
L. J. BLALOCK
G. L. BLALOCK
L. J. BLALOCK & BROTHER
Dealers in - -
F U R N I X U R E
House Furnishings, Sewing Machines
Trunks, Bags, Rugs, Etc.
X 422 North Magnolia Street
9 ' - v 3 4 & -k & 5 - Vs 4 v-' V
OCALA, FLORIDA il
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