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. v. nday Morning, September 2, 1021 " PALATKA DAILY NEWS PAGE 5 OFFICIAL WAR PICTURES At the Howell Theatre Friday, September 2 Matinee 3 P. M. First Night Show 6:45, Last Show After Band Concert This is a Government picture showing Actual Scenes of warfare taken by the U. S. Signal Corps and combines a very pretty love story with The Grim Tragedy of War. See Your Husband, Brother, Father, Son or Sweetheart in Action Admission Auspices Bert Hodge Post No. 45, American Legion 50c. Children Under 12 Years of Age 25c IS O C I A L NOTES , ANO .PERSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE 8H7-J SHARMING PARTY FOR BRIDE-ELECT donald, C. E. Anderson, J. K. Cul breth, C. Howard Rowton, A. G. Philips, N. 0- Riles, James W. Browning, Howell A- Davis, Caroline Williams, E. L. Mann, H. F. Wilson, and Frank Owens, and Misses Irene Yelverton, Priscilla Hamm, Vanita Tromley, Mildred Williams, Omar Davis, and the honoree, Dorothy Mer-riam. I REGULAR MEETING I . MACCABEES The local organization of Macca bees will meet this evening at eight o"clock, at Red Men's Hall. A full attendance is requested. SUNDAY SCHOOL PICNIC - I The Baptist church had its annual Sunday School picnic, yesterday af ternoon, the event being enjoyed by about one hundred and fifty little folks and "grown ups". The merry crowd went to Travellers' Rest, about half past two, and spent a jolly, in formal afternoon. Lemonade was en joyed throughout the afternoon, and before coming home, about sundown, a supper consisting of fried chicken, rolls, pickles, and cake was enjoyed. j pretty auction party with iMrs. Stewart Worden and Tier per, Mrs. Elizabeth Howe, en led yesterday afternoon was st of a nunibcj 01 affairs to be in honor of Miss Dorothy Mer prior to her marriage to Mr. 8 P. Philips- A dainty color j of pink and white was car it In a variety of clever ways Bui coral vine and pink zinnias Jombined in decoration, and 1 hout the interesting hour fo scores were kept on tallies ',ed pink. Progressive auc- aa the game of the afternoon, hen scores were compared at iiiclusion of the play, the first J a cut glass cream and sugar is awarded to Mrs. A. G. Phi ho held high score, while to j. E. Anderson, who held second 'Clas presented a lovely basket, mring spoon, of an unique de as the consolation prize given . James K- Culbreath. To the f-horior. Miss Merriam, Mrs mmi and Mrs. Howe gave a beau- I Oind-painted cake plate. wing the game, the hostesses their guests ice-cream, cake, almonds ahd mints, the pink Nj.fjjite color-scheme being carried k both refreshments and the M-OGpon which they were served, tj (( Merriam was lovely, yester ' ' ernoort, in a frock of. Harding f 1 .00k voile, made of simple lines, 4 iorated with a novel trimming t gel. With this was worn a j 0(1 hat of black. inne the hosnitalitv of Mrs. 35' and her daughter yesterday fB, were: Mesdames T. J. " J W. P. Merriam, R. E- Mac- invited guests !rand theatre AN AFFAIR OF THIS AFTERNOON Mrs. E- L. Mann is entertaining in honor of Miss Dorothy Merriam, this afternoon, at her home on Olive street- The guests who are asked to bring thimbles, are looking forward with pleasant annticipation t(o the affair. Dr. and Mrs. R. L- Kno. and two pretty little daughters will leave Saturday for Micanopy, where they will spend several days with rela tives and friends beforo tjoing to their future home at DeLand. Dr and Mrs. Knox have made many friends during their stay in Falat ka who are regrettinng their depar ture. Miss Nell James, who has been ill for some time at her home on the Heights, is better, now, to the de light of her many friends who are hoping for her early complete recovery. Mr." and Mrs. E. V- Neate and here within the week. Dr. MacQueen and his wife have been spending some time at Montreat, N. C. Mrs. George M. Boyd and Mrs. E- W- Warren and son have returned from a trip to points in Georgia and Washington, D. C. J. R. Ghormley returned yester day afternoon from a two days' busi ness stay in Orlando. ! Miss Wanda Haddock, who ha.-1 been 1 spending sonic t.V.e here with I her cousin, Mrs. C. A. Root, expert-! to leave Sunday for fctr home in ; Jacksonville. Miss Laverne Philips, of Cedar Keys, is spending a few days here 1 1 nr wiwi nei uuusjUH, mi. unu .ins- J. Philips, at their home on Emmett ! street. Mr. and Mrs. J- C. Frevatt and chaldren, who have been spending several days here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. J- Philips, left yes terday for their home in Gainesville. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. attractive cnuuren nave returned to , chesshire will be interested to know t I Ji 1? iL. ! ineir nonie nere alter spemung me hat they have returned to Palatka greater part of the summer at Mus- (() makl exten,ie(! f a ,.,. .... absence of some months- BATTLER WASHINGTON LAUNCHED; STATU CHEER FORJIG NAVY One of World's Greatest Fighters Inspires Jingoes IBy AHftoolatcd IrpHH) Camden, N- J., Sept. 1. The Washington, one of the largest and most powerful super-dreadnauehts ever built for the United States navy. was launched today at the plant of the New York Shipbuilding Company here. As the great fighting machine slid prominent banker, state official and business man wherever she has been. She wishes to dispose of at least five steers in Palatka. down the ways toward Delaware river little Miss Jean Summers, -ti year old daughter of Representative and Mrs.' J. W. Summers, of Walla Walla, Wash-, broke a bottle containing water from the principal rivers of her native state upon the bow of th; ship. There was a hiss of steam and smoke as the 16,000 ton mass of steel glided toward the water, for the fric tion was great and the oil and soap mixture, used to grease the way3, seemed as susceptible to the sultri ness of the weather as the thousands who watched. The ship, when com pleted will be about 33,000 tons. Twenty-six congressmen were in the distinguished party of statesmen naval officers and shipbuilders who watched the launching. Of these Uncle Joe Cannon, Lamuel Padgett, for many years a member of the House Naval affairs committee and its former chairman, Isaac V. Mc Pherson, of Missouri and J. W- Sum mers, father of the sponsors spoke at I the luncheon, which followed all of j them urging that the United States I navy should remain equal to any ! afloat. "I am in favor of disarmament," Mr. Summers said, "and I want to see relieved as far as possible the peo ple's tret'endous burdens of taxation. But let it e understood that the re duction should be concurrent among the great powers, and the navy of the United States should always be equal to the best in the world- HARRISON GETS 15 JYEARS Greenville, S. C, Sept- 1. Tom Harrison, convicted of manslaughter for the killing of his wife on Decem ber 11, 1920, was tonight SHRDL ber 11, 1920, was this afternoon sen tenced to serve fifteen years at hard labor in the state penitentiary at Columbia. If it's from the News' Jot Room it's good printing. j MRS. ROWTON TO ENTER ': TAIN FOR MISS MERRIAM Mrs. C. Howard Rowton has issued invitations to an auction party in honor of Miss Dorothy Merriam, to take place at the American Legion home next Thursday afternoon, at four "o'clock. The date is being looked forward to with pleasure by the 4c TO DA Y .. 25'. - 35( .. 25c .. 2? .. 65c $12 - am! ;hort and Mary Miles Minter in "All Soul's Eve" Added Attraction1 65c Fox News and a Mack Sennet Comedy "NATURE DANCE 33 TOMOllllOW SHIRLEY MASON in r- "Merely Mary Ann And A Good Comedy kegan, Mich. Mrs. W. C- Bryan is spending some time at La Belle, Mo-, where she is the guest of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ryan little daughter are enjoying a stay at St. Augustine Beach. Mr. and Mrs- J- F. Blake sons, Fremont and Wilnier, will leave today for an automobile trip to Jacksonville and points in Georgia. They will be gone for some days. A pleasant party spending Wed nesday at St. Augustine was com posed of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Philip; and Mr. and Mrs. J- C- Prevatt and children of Gainesville. John Cooper has returned from a several days' vacation trip down the Florida east coast. C. C. Curtis, who has been mak ing a brief stay in Palatka, where he formerly made his home, returned yesterday to his home at Titusville. Mrs. R. G. Gerber and little daughter, Cornelia, have arrived m Palatka from Atlanta, and will spend the fall and winter here- They will be joined by Mrs- Gerber's sister, Mrs. Elliott Dunn, who has been in St. Augustine, and will be located at the Putnam House. Miss Ella and Essie Woodruff and Vcola Benbow returned yesterday from Starke, where they have been spending a week as the guests of Miss Iris Epperson. W. H- Crowell has returned from a two weeks stay at Montreat, N. C. where he was the guest of Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mobley. Harrison Hickenlooper will re turn Sunday from New York, where he has been spending the summer months. Mr. Hickenlooper has been ,'onnected with the Queen Quality Shoe Shop on Fifth Avenue while sway. Mrs- A- E. Birney and little laughter, of Bostwick, spent yester lay here with Mrs. Birney's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Conway. . Mrs. R. G- Spearmen will leave today for Jacksonville, where she will enjoy a stay of several days with friends. DANCE AT COUNTRY CLUB The dance last night v.'ss a very pliasant i,;"iir, about thirty couples attending, all of whoai seemed to en joy the music and'-.e dance i-nd smile of them enjoyed a swim in the pool afterwards. The Putnam or chestra was at its best ..and the dancers kept them busily engaged during the greater part of the even ing playing the latest fox trots and other fancy steps. Throughout the evening, Mrs. Johnson served the couples delicious sandwiches, salads and cold bottled soft drinks. NEW YORK ARTIST COLONY TO LOCATE AT SEABREEZE (By AHNuL-lnti-il PrMi) Seabreeze, Sept. 1. A colony of from 30 to 35 rustic bungalows set amid the tropical growth of Seabreeze will be erected this winter for a club composed of interior decorators, ar tists and professionals of New York city- The colony will be one of the most unique of its kind in America and will represent an expenditure cf approximately $2lKi,.. The club has purcnaseo a large tract 01 iano cov ered with tropical shrubbery on Hali fax and University avenues with a frontage of 470 feet on ht Halifax river and extending back t" withi.i a short distance of the ocean. BUY A STEER MOVEMENT CATTLEMAN'S SALVATION Miss S. Carty, owner of a large ranch and hog farm in the southern section of the state, isi in Palatka for a few days in the interest of the movement to hove every person in terested in Florida's cattle industry invest $25 in a Florida steer which -he agrees to take on her place, or '.1 son:e ;ther valuable grazing lands, A. W. Houston has return! to '"Pri'sh" the steer of and market it, his home here after spending several le. inning the investor his original; weeks looking after business interests $25 and dividing the profits, in New York and Washington. ! Mits Carey is an experienced cat- Frank Johnson, of Hampton, t'o raiser and is thoroughly con-, spent Wednesday h;re as the guest of vinced that all cf t're cattle grown ! his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and in this state can be finished off fori Mrs-' E-R. Conway. market and wiil be just as good as! Will Brown, of Federal Point, , the Florida steers shipped to Texas, was a visitor here yesterday morn- then back to Florida as Western ing. ' meat- She has already sold hundreds Dr. and Mrs. Donald MacQueen of steers all over the state and has are expected to return to their home I the endorse.-rwit cf practically tvtry Tomorrow Is What Counts Buy New Fall Apparel and enjoy the present and new season to come. We are now showing NEW COAT SUITS, COATS, DRESSES SKIRTSWAISTS The New Guimp Dresses the most appropriate garment for the present season and for seasons to come. We have them in all the leading shades and will consider it a pleasure to show them to you. Dresses in Wool jj Jersey pO.A(7 Dresses, all Wool Bot- j j r fa tony Flannel $13. JV Dresses, Genuine Baro- t OCT net Satin j)10.70 Come and look them over. The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Sts, at i :t hi 1 ' " ' ' ' - Sw" i