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i A. WEDNESDAY, MARCH g, 1921 PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE 5 4 t ? 1 1 I I l 1 I I I I I If 1 1 I S O.CI A L NOTES AND PERSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE 307-J i COMING EVENTS. " Wednesday. Sana Perial Club; Miss Emily Nerwich, hostess; 4:00 p. m.. " Wegotem Club: Mies Winifred Brownine. hostess: 8:30 t. mi. Cotillion Club: Elks Club, 9:00 Thursday. Friday Bridge Club: Mrs. T. E. Mobley, hostess; 3:00 p. m. Umsawee Club: Mrs. H. M. Fearnside, hostess; 3:00 p. m. Friday. " Meeting Woman's Club, 330 p. m. DancVs at Elks Club, 9 p. m. Miss Browning Entertaining Club. ..Stately calla lillies and fragrant pink roses have been tastefully used by Mis, Winifred 'Browning in dec orating her home in East Palatka for the meeting of the Wegotem Club this afternoon. Miss Browning is a charming hostess, whose parties are always delightful, and the informal gathering of the member of the or ganization at her home this afternoon is sure to be enjoyable. All the guests havebrought their hand sew ing and their Angers are daintily occupied while pleasant conversation makes the time pass all too quickly. At the tea hour, Miss (Browning, as sisted by her mother,' Mrs. S. S. Browning, and her sister, Miss Ruth Browning, will serve the. guests with deviled eggs, tomato sandwiches, iced tea, and stuffed dates. i Two new members are enjoying the club fotf the first time .this afternoon, these being Mrs. X Barrington Dar by and Mrs. L S. Barstow, both re cent brides who have come to Pa latka to make their homes. Others present are: Mesdames C. E. Ander son, Lester Bush, James Browning, C. W. Ferrell and Misses Dorothy Merriam, Dorothy Davis, Kathleen Leeks, Kathleen Hilburn, Irene Yel verton, Florence Smith, Thena Wright and Ella Mae Long. Miss Hilburn Hostess. A charming visitor, Miss Thena GRAND TOMORROW EUfcENE O'BRIEN I 4.1 IN Broadway and Home" t AND S "Am I Dreaming," and I International News TOD A Y presentmo HOBART BOSWORTH feelow The Surface jighiramounlrtcmftQidun Six sensational reels of love and adventure above and beneath the seat . Ranging from a fishing village home to city palace of pleasure. Vivid with mystery, wreck and peril, and the most ex- . citing under-water ex ploits ever shown in a motion picture. Wright of Hopkinsvllle, Ky., was the honcre3 at a pretty informal dance given last evening by Miss Kathleen Hilburn.. at her heme on North Third street The Jiostess was lovely in an imported gown of tulle and satin, in flesh color, with iridescent bead trim ming, While the exquisite frock worn by Miss Wright was of midnight blue satin and tulle, made on a draped model with sequin trimming and very becoming to the girlish honoree. Never has the Putnam orchestra been in better form, and with Its good music as an inspiration, a card dance was enjoyed until a late hour, Neapolitan cream and lady fingers being served during an intermission. The hostess was assisted in looking after the pleaure of her guests by her mother, Mrs. S. J. Hilburn. The gueste included a number of members of the younger dancing set, all of whom expressed themselves as "hav ing a wonderful time." Small Attendance But Interesting Meeting. There was rather a small attend ance yesterday afternoon at .the meet ing of the Woman's Auxiliary of the American Legion, which ,took place at the court house at 3:30 o'clock. Nevertheless, those present had an interesting afternoon, for it was at this time that plans were gotten real ly well under way for the furnishing of the Auxiliary room which the la dies will fit tup for themselves in the new Legion quarters at the corner of Lemon and Second streets. Enthu siastic plans were made and it is ex pected that this will be a most cheery and attractive place when furnished. The Legion has secured the former Masonic quarters, and are having the rooms done over and refurnished, and the Auxiliary will fit their special room up in keeping with the general attractiveness of the place. Meeting of Woman's Club Friday. It is hoped and expected that there will be a large attendance at the meeting of the Woman's Club next Friday afternoon, the hour having been set for three-thirty o'clock as usual. This meeting is important, as at this time there will be election of officers. There has been no nominat ing committee appointed, but the election will be by informal ballot. There has been somespeculation as to who will be the next cub presi dent, several names having been dis cussed, but so far it is not known who will receive nominations. An Affair of Monday. The social committee of the Wo man's Auxiliary of the American Le gion is planning a pretty tea for next Monday afternoon. This will take place at the home on South Sixth street of Mrs. S. J. Barstow, the hours being from four to six. A de lightful musical program is being prepared, and refreshments will be served during the afternoon. It is expected that a large number of friends of the Auxiliary will take ad vantage of this opportunity to enjoy a pleasant afternoon, and at the same time make the affair a financial suc cess. A silver offering will be received. In Honor of Visitor. Miss Dorothy Merriam will enter tain at a St. Patrick's Day party on the afternoon of the seventeenth, the affair to be in the nature of an auc tion party. Miss Alice Elliott of Sal isbury, Md., who will arrive within a few days to visit her sister, Mrs. Warner T. Hamm, will be the charm ing honoree at this lovely affair, the guests being invited for three-thirty o'clock. To Celebrate Twenty-Fourth Birth day. Invitations have not yet been is sued, but it is rumored that the big birthday party with which the Wo mans' Club will entertain, on the ev ening of March the seventeenth, will be a real social event. Although the club is twenty-four years old this spring, this is the very first birth day party it has had given in its hon or, and it is expected that its nlany friends will turn out en masse for the Ohoyo Club to Dance Tonight. The members of the Ohoyo Club will enjoy an informal dance this ev ening at the Elks Club, this being the first dance given by this organization in several weeks. Members ere look ing forward to it with pleasure. Dancing will begin at nine o'clock. Dollar Social. The Fhilathea class of the Meth odist church held a business meeting at Tilghman hall last night. This was a dollar social, each one telling how they earned their dolar in rhymn. The class is supporting an orphan at the orphan home at Enterprise, Fla., This money will be used in sending an Easter box that this 'class ii tak ing care of. Refreshments of punch and wafers were served. , The Charm of Field. , There are few writers that charm the readers of all ages. Eugene Field stands foremost in a group that docs. . Those who come to the new school auditorium Friday evening, March 11 at 8 o'clock will witness a flay that will make them wish they were children again. It is based on Fields' delightful stories and poems. A small admission will be charged, the proceeds to be devoted to equip ping the stage auditorium. Miss Rena 'Brown and her guest Miss Annette Cohen, left this mor ing for a two weeks visit at Miami and other points in the southern part of the state. -. Jack Merriam and James Brown ing are spending today in Jackson ville on business. , P. Philips has returned from a short business stay in Jacksonville. Mrs. James Browning and little daughter, Harriette, are spending a few days in San Mateo with Mrs. (Browning's mother, Mrs. Rowley. Fred Leeks is visiting friends in Gainesville. Field secretary Dixon of the Na tional Community Welfare Associa tion is expected to arrive today to confer with officials of the recently formed local organization. Miss Thena Wright of Hopkins ville, Ky., who is spending some time in Florida, left today for Jacksonville where she will spend several days as the guest of friends. She wil return to Palatka for another stay before re turning to her home in Kentucky. The many friends of Senator and Mrs. Park Trammell will be interest ed in knowing that Senator Trammell arrived in Jacksonville from Wash ington last nigt, and joined Mrs. Trammell, who has been visiting friends there since leaving Palatka where she spent some time as the guest of Mrs. S. v Hilburn. The Trammells left Jacksonville today for their orange grove on Merritt's Island where they will spend some time. J. B. Anderson, of San Mateo and Geneva, N. Y., is in the city today looking after business interests. Mr. Anderson has been wintering in San Mateo for forty-one years and his neighbors and acquaintances in San Mateo and vicinity regard him as a native. Mr. and Mrs. Randel of Gaines ville, spent the day in the city at tending to business mateers. Dave Cannon of Francis was vis iting friends in the city today. Mrs. H. S. Wells of Federal Point was attending to business mat ters here today. Mr. and Mrs. George Roach of Federal Point, spent the day in the city visiting friends on the Heights. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Parker of Ocala, arrived here today and expect to make this city their future home. J. Perry of St. Augustine, was visiting friends here today. Prudence of the Parsonage will wel come the sequel. 1 Useful Arts Carpentry and Join ery, by Gilbert Townsend, a practical and. profusely illustrated treatise on simple building construction. Biography The Making of an American, by Jacob A. Riis. The au tobiography of an adopted American. Juvenile Primer, by Gail Hamil ton and William H. Wheeler, pictures and verses that the children will like; God's Troubadour, by Sophie Jewett, a life of St. Francis of Assissi; Just So Stories, by Rudyard Kipling, sto ries about the camel, the elephant and other animals; The Posy Ring, edited by Kate Douglas Wiggin and Norah Archibad Smith, a collection of short poems for young readers; Mother Goose Primer, by Belle Wi ley, bright pictures and easy reading for the very youngest patrons of the Library. GOOD MINSTREL SHOW COMING The old and reliable Virginia Min strel show will appear under canvas one night only. This is now without doubt the largest and best of all real negro minstrels. Best of singing, dancing, comedy of a refined kind. High class vaudeville such as wire walker, hooproller, joggling, Contor tionist, fireater and many feature acts, making this the show that is different because it's better than the rest, and wil surely please all who attend. Watch for Band Parade at noon and hear the concert at night. Remember, one night only, Palatka, Tuesday, March IB. : . (adv) - Florida East Goast Ry. t FLAGLER SYSTEM Condensed Schedule ', For farther Information see ihm Tlikai Aleut Sonttabonnd Northbosn . Leave DEPARTURE FROM EAST PALATKA HllB A. M. TRAINS SS AND 34 PALM REACH LIMITED Dally. BlBO P. J. All Pulman Parlor Cars. Sleeper Boston and Mia- -mt. Dining Car. ' lliBO A. M. TRAINS 2 AND ao MIAMI LOCAL Daily, Make all 8:18 P. H. stops. Coaches and Buffet Parlor Cor The day- . ' light locals between Jacksonville and Miami. ' , S:BO P. M. TRAINS 85 AND Nt HAVANA SPECIAL Dally 118 P. M. Stops only at Important stations. (Coaches and Sleepers). The Havana Special, between New York and Key West, handles the passenger traffic between the United States and Cuba. Connection ' made at Key West direct with the P. & O. Ships to -w and from Havana. Dining Car. 7l37 P. M.' TRAINS 3.1 AND 3M LOCAL EXPRESS Dally Local SiBB A. M. with Buffet Sleepers and Coaches. Ill40 P. M. TRAINS 87 AND 88 FLORIDA SPECIAL Daily 10:35 A. X. Through Pullman train New York and Miami via A. C. L. north of Jacksonville. Dining Car. 12l03 A. M. TRAINS S7 AND 38 SEABOARD FLORIDA LIMIT- Sll7 A. M ED Daily. Through train New York and Miami S. A. L. north of Jacksonville. Dining Car. BETWEEN PALATKA AND EAST PALATKA Lv. Palatka 10:80 A. M. ; 12:80 P. M.; 1:40 P. M ; 4:60 P. M.: 6:30 P M. Ar. E. Palatka 10:50 A. M.; 12:50 P. M.; 2:00 P. 6:10 P. M ; 6:60 P". M. Lv. E. Palatka 10:00 A. M.; 11:55 A. M.; 1:10 P. M.j 3:35 P. M.'; 6:00 P. M. Ar. Palatka 10:20 A. M.; 12:16 P. M.j 1:30 P. M. ; 3:55 P. M.; 6:20 P M. "Let B. & B. 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