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Wednesday Mornings Jiwe 8, 1921 PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGES SOCIAL NOTES . AMU PERSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE 887-J Pretty Party for Bride-elect. Complimenting Miss Ella Long, a charming "June bride", who is to be married on Thursday afternoon,' to Mr. Louis. Jarmon, Mrs. M. M. Vickers entertained at auction, yes terday afternoon, at the home on Oak street of her mother, Mrs. F. D. Ackerman. Mrs. Vicker's miests in- Mrs. Edward Jelks, of Jacksonville, jjae Mrs. H. S. O'Haver and . the hostess, Miss Anderson. - A Message of Interest Here Many Palatkans will be interest ed in hearing of a message received here recently announcing the birth of twin sons to Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Athev. at their home in California. eluded only members of the bridal Mr8 Atney was, before her marriage, party and a few other close friends Miss Julia Evans, and has many of Miss Long. 'friends in Palatka who will be inter- The big comfortable porch of this eftted in the Brrival of her little sons, pleasant home was most attractive Mr and Mrg Athey recently moved with its growing plants, and vases to California from New Mexico. and bowls of shasta daisies and as paragus fern. Here three tables were, Special Meeting Story-telling arranged for progressive auction, lague Miss Jean Buddington, who will leave Pa!att.a shortly to make her home in the north. The merry party will mo tor to Silver Lake and enjoy a swim and picnic supper. This is one of a series of pleasant parties which are being given in honor of this pretty and popular young girl prior to her departure. ON S. J. Ei WILL BE HOSTESS AT COUNTRY CLUB Thursday Bridge Club i . ' . . . Mrs. Earnest W. Elliott will ei Many chanBes Were made' planned tertain the Thursday Bridge Glub, and discussed for the good of the Put this afternoon, at her home on Oak! nam county Country Club at their street. This little organization meets J iast meeting, most important of which once each week, at three-thirty o'clock, h . . eovernorshiD of the club. It was at this meeting that for a game of pivot bridge. The af fair this aftprnnon Is beinp nleasant- ly anticipated by club members. J- E- Johnson announced that he and ,,!' Mrs. Johnson had decided to accept , .... the proposition made them by the di- Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Casein are re-1 r ceiving the congratulations of their j tors whereby they would have full friends on the arrival of a fine son,! charge of the club and its property, born last Thursday. I Mrs- Johnson will "be in charge of the j Rebeccas Meet Tonight cuVmaTy arrangements for the club . Tka vao-nlciv mootinrr rf tli RpVipp- and hostess at all of its social func- . 1 a j:4.. 4-n11nt tl : 1 -. .1 il r : 1 e 0 1 scores Deing Kepi q uau.., m..., ine various circles 01 me omnium-1 ca odgg win be hed tonignt at Redjtions and Mr. Johnson to be general done in an appropriate bride design, ty Service Story-telling League wiUMen,g Ha A, members are urged ! manager of the club. Mr. and Mrs. A beautiful cut glass bon bon dish meet together, this afternoon, on the:t() be resent ! Johnson will move over the latter was presented to the maKer 01 nign;iawn ot Mrs. Howell A. uavis, nome. . part of this week to assume charge, score at the conclusion 01 me game, me nour cnosen is inai irom nve xo; v--, nd to the pretty honoree, Mrs. six o'clock. ; the city yesterday attending to busi- Vickers gave a handsome glass celery! A feature of special interest williness- be the presence of Mr. Negley Teet-j Miss Jessie Kay, or fomora spent ers, who will lead the games andihe day here yesterday visiting soners at this meetinsr. which oromis-1 friends, es to be of more than usual interest: Miss Jessie Brown, of Peniel was 1 an out-of-town visitor in the city Union Story Hour Today yesterday. There will be union story hour of ! Mr' nd Mrs all three neiehborhoods this after-.San Mateo, have leased an apartment noon on tne Howell uavis lawn. Ail - . , dub and it wi be connected up in tne cnnaren wno nave Deen attena- -' - " BOY SCOUTS OFF FOR OUTING AT SILVER SPRINGS The Palatka troop Boy Scouts left, yesterday morning at 8 o'clock under charge of Scout Masters J. F. Savell and J. W. Killingsworth for Silver Springs where they will spend the week camping and studying wood craft and scoutcraft. This is an an nual event with the boys, and they anticipate a big time .Those who went in the i party are Martin Perrin, Manuel Rogers, Tom Charles Stallings, Madison Pounds, Claude Conway, Coy Hancock, Jesse Cannon, Walter Minton, George Stelts, Alvin Waits, Ralph Coady, Jim Millican, Charles Pillans, Roily Pert, Gilbert McDonald, Raiford Con way, Milton Joiner,, R. D. Thomas, Richard Brazier, Willie Haynes, Rob ert Palmer and Hutson Wigg. baptistTwxey'ball team wins by forefeit Members of the Intermediate volley ball team of the Baptist church claim the game scheduled with, the inter mediate team of the-Methodist for yesterday afternoon when the Metho dist team failed to show up. This js the second time, according to the Bap tist girls, that the Methodists have failed to put in an apearance. Troubled for Ten Years. If you suffer pains and aches dur ing the day 'and sleep-disturbing bladder weakness by night, feel tired, nervous and run down, the kidneys and bjadder need to be restored to healthy and regular action. J. T. Osburn, R. F. D. No. 1, Lucasville, O., writes: "I had kidney trouble for ten years. I tried many remedies but they did me no good. I took Fo ley Kidney Pills and they helped me so much that now I am well." Don't delay. For sale by J. H. Haughton. dish. Following the play, a delicious ice course, which carried out the green and white color-scheme of the occa sion, was served, Mrs. Vickers' guests were: Mesdames A. V. Long, L. E. Tenney, Walter W. Tilghman, A. M. Hedrick, J. V. Walton, Weldon S. Henley, Imogen C. Collins, E. W. El liott, and Annie G. Davis, and Misses Ella Mae Long, Dorothy Merriam and Florence Smith. Every members of the club will re ceive this news with a great deal of interest and deilght, for Mrs. Johnson is famed for her culinary accomplish ments and everybody knows and likes ; Jim and it is an assured fact that these folks have the success of the country club at heart and will do J M Perkins of i evervt',ing in their power to make a A telephone is being intalled at the Honoring Mrs. Welch. Ga., arrived, here yesterday for an extended visit fi,th relatives. Mrs. H. A. Ford, and son, Henry are expected to arrive Friday from their home in Gainesville for a visit ing the groups at the city hall or the River street lot are asked to notice that for this week they will . mdat with tlia )iilrlT-fn rt ta Riino-a- Miss Margaret Anderson entertain- . T..r. TntArMtin(r atorips ed at a charmingly appoited dinner' ... . rolnfoH h tho 1nHiM nf tw party, Monday evening, at the Hotel; . . . addition there will be a!in Palatka, as the guests of friends. James, complimenting Mrs. Georgje number of gameg played led by Mr Mrs. Mary Cardner, of Jackson E. Welch. This was in the nature ofTeeters. Parentg are asked to send!ville. has arrived in the city, called a farewell party, for Mrs. Welch isitheir chndrell to this weekIy piay:by the illness of her daughter, Mrs. fest. Games that are played are not ';1'- A- K00t- too strenous for the children and L- D- McLeod, of Welaka, was a as it will be held in the late after-, business visitor in Palatka yester- the heat will not interfere., uvc iicie III vim ileal lutuic. - . . . . vw-. fi.-fi, s...), I the near future- Each d"y ""Prove 'I Monte avn maIn aitrl asiiviatliinrv ia done to add to the attractiveness of the place. The construction of the swimming pool has been delayed by the inabili ty of the committee to get material CHICHESTER S PILLS Wc TUB DIAMOND BHAKlft. A .mm. k B Pilta in Bed and Mold BietalllcV boxes, letled with Bluo Ribbon. TIM KO IMF. BUT rjtP OND It RAND PILLS, tot S& years known U Best, Safest, A tways RdlabX SOLD BY DRUGGISTS EVERYWHERE IllAAlor leaving today for New York, from which city she will sail, Saturday, for an extended stay in Europe. The dinner table was centered with as quickly as was necessary, but the club members are assured that the construction of the pool will be begun within the next week or ten days. Among other improvements which have been made, a Delco electric .. .,.,. . .,, i - "i , , u ti ir ii ngnting piant nas Deen lnstauea ana an attractive arrangement of roses gtories , be to,d startin at five -Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Van Home , K furnighin(r lieht for the build. nH foma nH a iln r 0111 menu was ... .vnt tn i.ovo ahnrtl tnr now lurnisning ngnt lor tne DUiia- .ociock. ' ;j.v .-. . , . i : ..: Vrl ichtfra then urill ctioiul li navt ! ' " " f CompUmenting Miss Jean Buddington! four 'months S haS Brrived and wU1 be instalIed im' TTna Ti n n..h riv. .nlB.l.i r n ..- t... . , i mediately. It will be in readiness for served the following ladies: Mrs. George E. Welch, the honoree, Mrs. A. M. Haughton, Miss Alice Priddy, Mrs.-F. D. Wattles, Mrs. W. H. Hoyt, party, this- afternoon, in honor of GRAND THEATRE TODAY Two women called to the great master of the piano One was young, romantic and beautiful.... The other was his loyal and sensible wife. Just when the pro blem seemed most tragic, comedy steped in and ne woman stepped out! GOLDWYN (Praaant AN ALL ST PRODUCTION jjjr lp"i I I I lltll'l "MB ll H I : LIH lit pii,0 r.n r.oi.iii shoots in en days it is hoped. he attended the University of Flori- Mr-;nson annou"c tha' "e ex h h win cnnH h 1,,, tfc.tPe:ts 10 have at least one and possib- . " i: . .. j.u i..u iy twu ciiLct wiiiiiirciiia uub av ujc viuu every week, after he and Mrs. John here, Mrs, I Edward Jelks will return "Let B. ft B. DO IT." 8-9-r STOP AT THE Putnam House OPEN ALL THE YEAR Rate $1.00 Per day and up, JOHN J. MURPHY Real Estate TH AS 2 Col Added Attractions Fox News and Mutt and Jeff today to her home in Jacksonville, af-j son teke charge ter spending several days here with her parents, Dr. and Mrs. George E. Welch, at their home on Madison street. Mrs. julien de Nazane has as her guests at her home on Reid street, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Clarkson and lit tie son, Edward, and Mrs. Marquis, of Jacksonville. The party motored from that city on Tuesday and will be Mrs. de Nazarie's guests until Tuesday.' :Mrs. W. J. Philips expects to i leave on Monday for Atlanta, where she will make an extended stay as I the guest of relatives. Friends of Mrs. G. A. Root are regretting her illness, and are hoping for her early return to health. Mrs. George E. Welch and Mrs. Imogen Fearnside Collins are leav ing this morning for New York, from which port they will sail, on Saturday j aboard the Noordam, for an extend-1 I ed European tour. i J. Walter Hilliard left last night! 'for a several days' business trip down the east coast; I Mrs. E. L. Padgett and little! ; daughter, Margaret, will leave short-! , ly for an extended stay in the moun-1 , tains of South Carolina. ; -H P. Peterson and son, Philip, 'W. H. ZOTtt 'PhOtlC 56 have returned to their home at West ; ' Tocoi from St. Augustine Beach, j i where they spent several days. Mrs.; i Peterson is still at the beach. Mrs. Julien de Nazarie and chil-IThe Next Time YOU Order dren, Dr. and Mrs. E. H. Clarkson, and son, Edward, and Mrs. Marquis, ! FiOUr be Sure and Specify of Jacksonville, are spending today i 'at Nashua, the guests of Mrs. del I Nazarie's mother, Mrs. B. W. Bray.l Mrs. R. H. Spicer and little daugh-1 ter, Elizabeth Dougherty Spicer, left! Sunday for Philadelphia, after spend-! ing some time here as the guests of Mrs Spicer's mother, Mrs. W. H.j Dougherty. Captain Spicer tele-1 graphed his wife to meet him in Phi ladelphia, where he has recently been promoted to the command of a larger ship. While in Philadelphia, they will be pleasantly located at the Ho ' tel Adelphi, but Mrs. Spicer and her t little daughter will shortly visit rela- a; t-i i . i 1 1 It lives in iseieware ana oiner norcnern Trcities. Mrs. Dougherty and Miss Lil- lie Dougherty accompanied Mrs. Spic er as far as Jacksonville, remaining there for a short stay. TOMORROW ELAINE HAMMERSTEIN in Poor Dear Margret Kir by And International Newt and a Comedy Zorn's Transfer THAT TRANSFERS Baggage, Furniture and General Hauling Service Our Motto Say, Folks! DRINK HYTONE Its Just the drink for this hot weather. Order a bottle or a case today. On sale at all diink stands. Atlantic Grocery Company Wholesale Distributors PALATKA, - - FLORIDA! i Attractive Mid-Summer Millinery At Attractive Prices Let us make you an Organdy Hat Pretty ones at $6.00 each Hemstitching and Picoting Cotton 10c; Silk 12 l-2c yard MRS. TILLMAN GETS 1,200 HAMPERS OF CUCUMBERS OFF ONE ACRE Winter Garden, June 7 T. M. ,Mink of this place, has harvested 1,200 hampers of cucumbers from oneacre believed here to be the state record this season. The cucumbers wi grown on land tiled for sub-irrigation Velvet Flour It's The World's Best Flour" On Sale at Your Grocer's Florida Grocery Company Distributors Get An Ice Box, Any How If you can not afford to buy a refrigerator this season, do the next best thing get an ice box. No; we are not selling refrigerators or ice boxes but we want to make the ice we sell you last aa long as possible and do yea the most good- Don't think we are glad when OUR ICE melts fast in your home, be cause it means we will sell you more. We had much rather have yon learn what a powerful saver OUR ICE is for you 4mw it will keep down your expenses if you will give it a chance to work right. Then you will be our customer not only this season, but next year and aH the years to come you wouldn't do without our ke for anything In the world. By all means get an Ice box if yon can not afford a refrigerator. Tab is sound advice. Act on It, Southern Utilities Company A l "J .MmW; .