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SATURDAY, JANUARY 29, 1921
PALATKA DAILY NEWS
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PERSONAL GOSSIP
COMING EVENTS.
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Saturday.
Um-sa-wee Club; Mrs. C. E.'
O'Connor, hostess; 3:00 p. m.
M ! s c ellaneous Shower:
Misses .Estelle and Belle Mc-
Kenzie, hostesses; -Miss Mamie
Marvick honoree; 4:00 p. m.
Birthday Party; Master Wil-
mer Blake, host; 3:30 p. m. to
the club during the next few months. Miss Kate L. Lucas has returned sermons Sunday at 11 a. m. and 7:30 ! bishop of St. Augustine; will m-each
All club members will be interested from New York, where she. purchas
in this meetinand anxious to hear ' ea spring stock for her Millinery
the plans, as perfected. , Shop, and Becured a trimmer, Miss
Prize-winners al " " Wallace Rayland, who will arrive
! next. week.
Club Meeting,
of the Cnilds Conservation League.
Fridav IBridire f!lnh kM.M' ine meeting of the Unlds Conser-
At the enjoyable meetinir
out-nnea lor tnose present the need : Fridav IBridire rinh hM
of this bill7n different parts of the afternoon, at the home on ' Dodge 1 vatioli Lea?ue b held Monday
country, Emphasizing the unnecaV street of Mrs'. Howard Rowton,' Mrs. : afternoon at 3:30 'clock at tne w-
sary loss of life occasioned by .ne- Louis Philips and Miss 'Nora Sharps' ' man's Club-
gleet at such times among mothers were the fortunate ladies holding
and children. Mrs. Collins, follow- high and low scores at the conclu-' -
ing Mrs. Tilghman, told how the bill J sion of the game. To them were ' in THE CHUKCHES
would remedy such things, gave it awarded dainty pieces of Hanu-paim !
present status, and expained how od china. Mrs. Rowton's euesta " j.j.j.
6:00 p. m. -
Monday.
Meeting of Child Conserva-.
tion League; 3:30 p. m.
club members could push Its passage spent a delightful afternoon,
along. Following the discussion, I
the committee in chaTge of the af- M,"s- L- R"s, Miss Eve Strick- '
ternoon's Droeram. served tea and land Miss Annie Carswell, and Mr. I
lettuce sandwiches and a social hour I Whittle have arrived from Valdosta;
Ga. for a visit with Mr. and Mrs. J.
M. Strickland, at their home on Em-
Complimenting Bride-Elect. I mett street.
p. m., morning subject, "Pivot
was enjoyed.
Tuesday.
Card Party; Auspices of Wo-
man's Auxiliary of American'
Legion; Elks' Club; ,3:30 p. m.
- Wednesday.
, Wegotem Club; Mrs. Lester
Bush, hostess; 3:30 p. m.
Sans Perial Club; Miss Nell
Bond, hostess; 4:00 p. m.
B. G. Club; Miss Katherine
Ray, hostess; 4:00 p. m.
. r
Thursday.
Thursday Bridge Club; Mrs.
E. L. Mann, hostess; 3:00. p. m.
W. G. Club; Mrs. Daisy Pic-
ren, hostess; 7:36 p. m.
Friday Bridge Club; Mrs:
John Q. Tilghman, hostess; 3:00
p. m.
.
- Friday.
Card Party; Auspices of Ci-
vies Committee Woman's Clubi
Club -House; 8:30 p. m.
' Friday Night Dance; Elks'.
Club; 9:00 p. m.
In honor of their house guest, Miss
Mamie Marvick, of Pine Bluff, Ark.,
whose marriage' will take place after
! her return to her home, Miss Estelle
Child Welfare Committee
V
Program Interesting.
About thirty-five ladies were in at
tendance at the meeting of the Wo
man's Club, yesterday afternoon, the
program as planned by the Child
Q Welfare Committee of . the Club be
ing of particular interest to all wo
men. After a brief business session,
during which 'Mrs. E. L. Mann was
in the chair in the absence of the
presidnt, Mrs. H. A." Davis, Mrs.' P.
D. Collins, as chairman of the Child
Welfare Committee took the chair.
Mrs. H. F, Urie, a member of the
committee, gave a report on the va
rious accomplishments of the com
mittee since its appointment. Twenty-eight
baskets of food were given
to needy families at Thanksgiving,
and with the money left over from
the donation for this purpose, the
committee has been furnishing hot
lunches for poor school 'children. It
was also announced that eighty dol
lars worth of anti-tuberculosis
Christmas seals had been sold under
the auspices of the committee. Mrs.
Urie also told of work accomplished
among the needy families of the city.
Following this, the subject of the
afternoon, the Shepherd-Towner Ma
ternity Insurance Bill, was brought
up for discussion. This bill, which
Is attracting nation-wide attention,
if passed, will provide for the care
of widowed and dependent mothers
at the time of child birth, a certain
length of time proceeding and fol
lowing. Mrs. Walter W. Tilghman
McKenzie and Miss Belle McKenzie
are entertaining with a miscellaneous
shower, this afternoon at their at
tractive home. A color scheme in
white and red has been effectively
used. Polnsejtias and evergreens
decorate the double parlors, where
the guests will enjoy an "Art Gal
lery contest," and give advice to the
bride-elect. Each lady must start
her advice with the first letter in her
name. This gives opportunity for a
most deliprhtful hour, following which
those present will be invited to the
dining room, where the honoree, Miss
Marvick, will be seated under a white
parasol, decorated with red poinset
tias. At a timely moment, Miss
Marvick will pull a white ribbon, and
upon her will descend a shower of
various useful and pretty articles.
At the tea hour, the hostesses will
serve an ice course to their guests
who include a number of the friends
of the honoree.
Master Wilmer Blake Host.
In honor of his sixth birthday,
Master Wilmer Blake, the bright lit
tie son of Mr. and Mrs., J. F. Blake,
Jr., is entertaining a number of his
friends this afternoon at his home in
Bungalow Park.
St. Mark's Episcopal Church.
Cor. Second and Railwav St..
Sunday Services.
(Sexagesima Sunday.)
7:30 a. m. Holy Communion.
9:30 a. m. Sunday School.
11:00 a. m. Morning Prayer and
Sermon.
ir
7:30 p. m. Evening Prayer and Sermon.
The public is most cordially invit-
Mrs. T. K. Ware is spending
some time in Jacksonville with her
sister, Mrs. David W. Ramsaur.
J. E. Johnson left this moraine I
for Ocala, where he will join Mrs. , ed t0 Rtteml a services.
Johnson and Lucy, who are visiting :' -11 seats are free and a real wel-
relatives there, for a short stay. j come awaits everybody.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Roe, and two Tms is tne Peoples Church, the Rec
children, of Moultrie, Ga., will arrive j 401 is always at your service,
tonight to be. the guests of Mr. and j Week-day Services.
Mrs. J. M. Strickland at their home j 7:30 a- m. Wednesday (Purifica
on Emmett street. i tion f Blessed Virgin Mary) Holy
Newell R. Davis is in Palatka, i
0 the sermon at the niaBs. The secra-
Civilization" evening subject, I ." . . c"nrmat'n be admin--..
, ', istered in the afternoon at 4 o'clocfl
Righteousness Exaltieth a Nation" when Bishop Curley again will speak!
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m. Junior The public is 'cordially invited U
Congregation at 3 p. m. Epworth Rev. M. F. Monahan, Pastor!
League at 6:30 p. m. Prayermeet-1 1
ing Wednesday at 7:30 p. m. Lesson j BUSINESS MEN TO PUSH AUTtf
4th chapter Acts. A cordial invi- CAMP SITE FOR PALATkS
tation is extended to all to attend (Continued from Page l-)v if
these services. ' Thy ar now asking for charity, hfe
J. D. SIBERT, Pastor. ! 8aid Dut desired to know just whar
ithey might expect in the way of .Bf
Services at the First Baptist Church I line of credit in raising their cropP
9:45 a. m. Sunday, School, J. F. j He also wanted to know if a com.''
Blake Superintendent mittee from the Business Men's Aa-
11:00 a. m. sermon to new mem-1 sociation would meet with the leaders
bers, "Putting First Things First." I of the plan for a frank discussion
6:15 p. m. B. Y. P. U. meets, I tending to closer co-operation. M
H G Petty, president. i Poulcout is judge of the proba
7:30 p. m. Sermon, Magnifying I court in his home town and a highll
the Word and the Name. ; respected and influential citizen, juet!
Wednesday prayer-meeting 7:30 : gfag from the references he sent .
A special committee was appoints
ed to co-operate with Mr. Poulcout'
and to encourage the bringing of the
ultimate number of 600 families tSfl
this county. .
There was also some discussion on ,
the proposed measure to go befortf
p. m.
A cordial invitation to all.
J. F. SAVELL, Pastor.
Mrs. O'Conner Entertains Club.
Sets of dainty tallies will be award
ed the players making high scores at
the meeting of the- Um-sa-wee Club
this - afternoon.. , The club is enjoying
pivot auction with. Mrs. C. E. O'Con
ner as hostess at her pretty bungalow
on Olive street. The flowers used in
decoration are red roses. At the re-,
freshment -hour Mrs. O'Conner will
serve her guests with fruit salad,
sandwiches and coffee. Enjoying the
afternoon at this pleasant party are:
Mesdames Walter Tilghman, Warner
T. Hamm, N. O. Riles, F. C. Coch
rane, M. S. Cochrane, F. T. Merrill,
E. D. Ferrell, J. H. Millican, J. K.
Culbreath, J. J. Sutherland and Miss
es Winifred Haughton and Helen
Cochrane.
Basket Ball Dance Big Success.
A large number of Palatkans and
visitors from Winter Park and from
towns near here, enjoyed the dance
at the Elks' Club last evening, fo!lowT
ing the basket ball game between
Winter Park and Palatka. Good mu
sic was furnished by the Virginia
Four Orchestra, and dancing was en
joyed in informal fashion for several
hours.
Meeting of Interest to Many.
The house committee of the Putr
nam County Country Club is meeting
this afternoon at the Club House,
having gathered at 4:00 o'clock to
discuss plans for entertainments at
Ye Hunters of Sweets This Way
THIS IS A GREAT YEAR FOR HONEY.
THE BEES ARE MAKING HONEY
IN JANUARY.
THE FIRST
BAPTIST CHURCH
IS LIKE A BEE HIVE AT WORK.
We will be compelled to enlarge our home or
swarm.
Our deeply devotional services are as honey to
the soul.
There will be a special message at 11:00 A.M.
to those who have recently joined the church u
"PUTTING FIRST THINGS FIRST."
6:15 P.M. B.Y.P.U. meets.
' 7:30 P.M. Sermon, "MAGNIFYING THE WORD
AND THE NAME." i . ( . .
' : COME WITH US. '
J. F. SA YELL - ' - Pastor
en route to St. Augustine Beach,
from Gainesville, to spend the week
end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Howell A. Davis, who are spending
a short time at their cottage there.
Miss Vernenia Ritter, who has
been visiting her cousin, Mrs. C. W.
Coxe, at her home in Bungalow Park,
left this afternoon for her home in
Jacksonville. She was accompanied
by her uncle, George Douglas.
Bishop Curley, of St. Augustine,
will arrive this afternoon and be the
guest of Father Monahan, over Sun
day. Bishop Curley will hold ser
vices at St. Monica's church tomor
row morning, and hold confirmation
service tomorrow afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. William C. Him-rod-
of New York, will arrive in Pa
latka tomorrow to spend a few days
with Mr. and Mrs. H. Himrod Van
Home, at their home on Olive street.
Mr. and Mrs. Himrod are cousins of
Mr. Van Horne, and have been
spending some time in Miami.' They
are on their way, now, to St Pe
tersburg, for stay of some length.
r' Mrs. Harriette Mollvaina has
returned to her home here after an
extended stay at Stevensville, Fla.
with her daughter, Mrs. T. F. Bry
an. Miss Alive Bradstreet has re
turned to her home in Interlachen
after spending a short time here
with Mrs. C. E. Currie.
Mr. and Mrs. Metz and L. D.
McLeod ' were among the many vis
itors in the city from Welaka, last
evening.
L. Mayer, of Richmond, is spend
ing today in Palatka on business.
D. Cannon, of Peniel, is spend
ing today in the Gem City.
Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Mobley, of
Tampa, are looking after business in
terests in Palatka.
Representing Orange Mills here
today are Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Osteen.
Miss Blanch Arant, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. Q. I. Roberts,
at Grandin, is in the city today. I
C. H. Davis is in the city today,
having come from his home at
Springside.
D. V. Bardin, of Savannah, spent
yesterday visiting friends here and
in Peniol.
Mr. and Mrs. T. J. lies, of Cres
cent City, are prominent visitors here
today.
";s. John Walton and Miss Su
sie Walton have as their cruest at
their home on River street, Miss
Frances Walton, of Alabama.
I Enjoyed Dance
Miss Martha Lee Hughes enter
I taina-i a number of her friends with
i a pleasant informal dance last even- i
! ini? at the homp on Pnlntlfn Wnio-Ma I
I of Mrs. Zoolide Flynn. The guests,
j included a number of the. younger
j dancing set, motored from town and
j spent several happy hours.
I Miss Pearl Adams and Miss
I Gladys McCullough motord to Has
! tings where they will spend the week
! end with relatives, yesterday.
j Miss Irma Wylie, of Interlachen, !
j came to Palatka yesterday, and re-'
turned to her home this afternoon ac
companied "by liss Winifred Wyllis,
who wrl! remain or.r Sunday with
her relatives
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Gibson, of
Anastasia Island, have been'spending
a few days here with Mr. and Mrs.
J. Walter Hilliard. "
- Clyde LaMee, of Jacksonville, is
spending a few days in the city with
friends. .
' -Mrs. A. E. Tromley is spending
a few days with Mrs. George Miller,
In St. Augustine. " .u. - y.
. J. Walter Hilliard will return to
morrow from a short business trip to
Tallahassee.
Communion
10:00 a. m. Wednesday Litany.
10:00 a. m. Friday Litany.
7:30 p. m. Friday Evensong.
Rev. J. H. Weber-Thompson,
Rectof.
Presbyterian Church,
Donald MacQueen,' Minister.
Sabbath school at 9:45 a. m. Fred
mernii, supt. I f " J
Serving .t. 11 . m. A 7-M . m I legislature requiring owners ol.
s,,hwt. r ti,-. I cattle to keep them fenced,
Evening, "The Tongue." j
C. E. at 6:30 p. m. j
You are cordially invited to wor-
ship with us. !
as the "no-fence law." 1
means a fence, not for tJia
i
St. James Methodist Church.
Catholic Church of St. Monica
Correr Oak and S. Fourth Sts
Sexaprt'sima Sunday
Confession, 7 a. m.
First Mass, 7:30 a. m.
Second Mass, 10 a. m.
The second mass will be a hitrh
The pastor will preach special I mass. Rt. Rev. M. J. Curley, D. D., disposed of.
Thif,
is the measure referred to, errone
ously
I really
crops, but to keep cattle from DtMt
i aniline. Sentiment was unanimous-
I ly in favor of such a measure,
Rev. J. D. Sibert announced thj
decision of the Methodist congregai.
tion to build a church and asked foi
the moral support of the organizai
er matters of routine nature
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