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1 tv Morning, September 13, 1921
PALATKA DAILY XF.Jl's PAG1 : O C 1 A L NO T E S ' AND PERSON AL GOSSIP I Kl.CPHONEC SS7-J i.l ll ENJOYS MEETING 33 Fannie Points entertained her tf-membera of the D. A. M. club rilay afternoon at her home on r . . street. The guests gathered he cool porch which was made jasant setting for the little af by the many growing plants, though sewing and chatting are usual amusements of this little ia of friends at these gatherings iilition to these, Miss Points had iged a clever little contest, h provided a novelty. In this, Edith Yelverton won high prize h was a thimble, and Miss Jes Sailey received an emery bag as Nation prize. ward the close of the afternoon Points served her guests with er ale and sandwiches, ijoying yeBterday afternoon as Points' guests were: Misses slia Currie, Jessie Bailey, Caro Meigs, Leona . Strickland, Mary 1 Woodruff, Leona Hagan, Alice nas, Edith Yelverton and Kath 1 Johnson. ie D. A. M, club will meet next ; with Miss Mary Ruth Wood as hostess at her home on South 1 street. . INTERESTING MEETING OF MISSIONARY SOCIETY ie members of the Womans Mis iry Society of" the Methodist ch met yesterday afternoon with H. F. Urie as hostess at her ; on North Third street. This ;ing "marks the first gathering lis nature since the return from summer vacation, of the presi- , Mrs. John Walton. All the bers seemed to- have come with wed interest, and the meeting ed both delightful and worth- splendid program, which includ , talk on the missionary work, followed by a social hour, dur with dainty refreshments were d. sterday afternoon, plans were asiastically discussed for the cr's work, and the question of the body would help raise the ;y for completing the new Meth i church met with instant re- FOR MISS MERRIAM AND MISS HAMM s. Ralph E. Macdonald will en in the members of the Wegotem tomorrow afternoon in honor of Dorothy , Merriam and Miss :illa Hamm, popular members of organization who will be early nm brides. ' Mrs. Macdonald is rise a member of this gay little and the affair of Wednesday be given by a bride of the past ig for two brides-to-be of the few weeks. Mrs. Macdonald's ts have' been invited for four o'clock. The gathering will place at the home on Oak street Irs.. F. D. Ackerman. tS. BROWNING TO ENTER- I TAIN THIS AFTERNOON j mplimenting Miss Dorothy Mer , whose marriage will be an t of the latter part of the month, James Browning will entertain at auction, this afternoon, at the home on Kirby street. Mrs. Brown ing's guests who are pleasantly an ticipating the affair, have been invit ed for four o'clock. BAPTIST MISSIONARY SOCIE TY TO MEET - Circle Number one of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Baptist church will meet this afternoon at the church. The hour for meeting is given as four o'clock. Misses Ernestine and Marie Gladney of Hastings, left this morn ing for Tallahassee, where they will attend the Florida State College for Women. William -H. Hicks of Utica, N. Y., is a visitor in the city. Mr. Hicks is a nephew of the late Dr. E. S. Crill, and made his home in Pa latka a number of years ago. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walter Hilliard and Miss Betty Barnes, of Monticel lo, spent Sunday afternoon at St. Augustine Beach. E. A. Bachman and F. J. Fearn sidejr., were among Palatkans at tending the ball game in St. Augus tine Sunday afternoon. Friends oi- Mrs. R. L. Gibson of Anastasia Island, will be interested in knowing that she and her daugh ter and son are spending this month" in the mountains of Pennsylvania. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Macdon aid, Mrs. A. G. Davis, Miss Kathe rine Johnson and Earnest Oliphant motored to St. Augustine Beach Sun day afternoon. The many Palatka friends of Miss Pearl Adams of Hastings, will regret deeply to know that she is ill, and will hope for her early recovery Miss Adams attended the Mellon high school - here last year and is popular with a wide circle of friends in Palatka. Mr. and Mrs. Audley Ramsey of New Smyrna, spent yesterday here as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ramsey at their home in Bungalow Park. Mrs. D. V. Loop left yesterday for Detroit, Mich., where she was called by the serious illness of her aunt, Mrs. A. G. North. Mrs. Loop will probably be in Detroit for a month or more. Mr. and Mrs. J. Barrington Dar by will leave the .latter part of the week for Washington, D. C, where they will enjoy a stay with relatives. Mrs. A.' E." Bracewell of Jack sonville, is spending the week here, the guest of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Urie at their home on N. Third street. Mr. and Mrs. T. E. Mobley and children were among Palatkans spending Sunday at St. Augustine Beach. Thomas Lawson has returned to his home in Macon, after spending a week here as the guest of his aunt, Mrs. W. H. Cassells. Mr. and Mrs. Warner T. Hamm will spend tomorrow in Jacksonville Mr. and Mrs. Walter Andrews, Miss Lillian Andrews and Mrs. E. A. Bachman composed a party of Pa latkans spending Sunday afternoon at Ocean City. J. 0. Mallory, of Leesburg, is visiting Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Thames. A congenial party motored from Falatka, Sunday, to enjoy a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Longacre on their houseboat at Rice Creek. In the par ty were Dr. and Mrs. George S. Dav is, Miss Goldie Davis and Mrs. Annie Johnson. j Miss Floressa Sipprell is again in the city after an extended ab sence. Miss Sipprell has been enjoy ing a series of visits in cities of the north and east, 'and on her way home, stopped at Savannah, Tallahassee and Jacksonville. Judge J. B. Gaines is in the city for a short stay en route to his home in Tallahassee from Ocala. Judge Gaines is with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Goode M. Guerry. Mrs. J. Walter Hilliard and Miss Betty Barnes wfll leave this evening by boat for Jacksonville, where they will enjoy a stay of several days. Mr. Hilliard will later join them and accompany them home. Frienas of Kiss Louise Hu'Json will regret to know she is ill, at her home on Madison street, and will hope to hear of her recovery, shortly. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Holden, Jr., and little daughter, of Bunnell, were visitors here Sunday, the guests of Mr. Holden's parents, Mr. . and Mrs. Thomas Holden, Sr. A party of Palatkans motoring to St. Augustine Sunday afternoon was composed of Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Root and three sons and Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Boaz and son. D. B. Roberts, of Bunnell, was a prominent visitor here Sunday. Louis Rossignel has returned to his home in Jacksonville after spend ing a week here with Mrs. Annie Johnson. Miss Betty Barnes will leave the last of the week for her home in Monticello. Miss Barnes has been spending several weeks here as the guest of her aunt, Mrs. J. Walter Hilliard. Mrs. Duncan McDonald and Miss Sarah Bard went to Jacksonville for a few days' stay, Saturday. Ralph Buckley, of Florahome, left Monday for Gainesville, where he will attend tRe University of Flor ida this winter. Mrs. Jf. J. Phillips expects to leave Wednesday afternoon for At lanta, where she will make an ex tended stay as the guest of relatives. Mrs. Phillips has been in poor health for some time, and her friends hope the change will do her much good. CIVIC WARD CLUBS TO MEET There will be a meeting of the Civic Ward Clubs this evening at eight o'clock at the Court House. All members of these clubs are request ed to be presents ARRIVAL OF ALBERT GEORGE ZORN The many friends of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Zorn are congratulating them upon the arrical of a son, Albert George, at their home Sunday morn ing about six o'clock. Both mother and son are doing nicely. ATTENTION I. O. 0. F. Pioneer Lodge No. 23, I. 0. 0. F., will hold its regular meeting tonight The initiatory degree will be con ferred upon several candidates. Ap propriate music will be furnished by Prof. Little and delicious refresh ments will be served. Every member requested to attend W. W. WALKER, Sect'y. the same being the rule day in said month. The property to which relief is sought in said bill is described as follows: Lying and being in Putnam Coun ty, Florida in Township 9 South, ; Range 27 East, to-wit: The SJ2 of the SW14 of Section 24; and Lots 1 and 2 or the Fraction al W of Section 25; and WV4 of NEU of Section 25; and NEi, and NH of NW of Section 36. j IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, (That this order for publication be j published once each week for twelve j consecutive weeks in the Palatka i Daily News, a newspaper published in said County and State. ! IN WITNESS WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand, and the seal of said Court, this the 18th day of lJuly, A. D. 1921. i(Seal) R. J. HANCOCK, Clerk Circuit Court, Putnam County Florida By W. A. Williams, jr., D. C. E. Merryday, of Palatka, Florida. ' Solicitor for Complainant. July 19-26; Aug. 2-9-16-23-30; 6-13-20-27; Oct. 4. In Circuit Court, Eighth Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Put naw County In Chancery. Samuel J. Hilburn, ) Complainant, ) vs ) Florida East Coast Rail- ) way Company, et als., ) Bill land all Parties Ciaim- ) to ing an Interest in the ) Quiet Property to. which Re- ) Title, lief is Sought in said ) Suit, ) Defendants. ) ORDER FOR PUBLICATION No. 3591 ; Was awarded the five gallons of gasoline and one quart of oil today YOU May be the fortunate one tomorrow. Our customers have an equal oppor tunity to get the gag and oil which we are giving away each day. Watch this space daily for the winning number The Complainant having filed his j sworn bill in this cause alleging that i he believes that there is a person or I that there are persons, interested in j the property invilvtd in such suit, whose name, or names, are unknown ' to him, and having prayed for relief! against them, and having demanded this order, and otherwise complying with the law, IT IS, THEREFORE ORDERED, 1 That all parties claiming an interest i in the property to which relief is ' sought, be and each and every of them are hereby required to appear! 'to the bill of complaint on MONDAY, The 7th day of November, A. D. 1921 H. C. Merwin and Co. Gasoline, Oil and Tires New Arrivals Fall r ootwear Fashi on says Low Shoes in Straps and Oxfords are to be chiefly worn for Fall and Winter. Our Fall Shoes now coming in are some of the newest creations of the best makers" in - the country. Styles that are endorsed by Fifth Avenue the real Style Center. ' We invite your inspection. Hickenloopers Shoe Store Palatka, Florida SRAND THEATRE ! TOD A V An All-Star Cast in "The Inside of the Cup" - and Scenic and Topics of the Day HOWELL THEATRE A Sensational Picture of Aeroplane Feats "The Great Air Robbery" and A Pruze Scenic This is the time when you must positively use care in selecting foods - when you must use care in selecting articles of food. To be sure that you get the real food values that help build up good health. You have got to have the vital elements in foods if you want to keep well. These vital ele ments cause the food you eat to assimilate - it means health and growth in children - also in grown ups. It means replacement of worn out tissue, the building of lost bodily vigor. In fact, it is absolutely necess ary to life itself. Food authorities agree that pure baking powder and good plain flour are much better for food value and health than the self rising flours. So for the best of health for the most economical results - use only plain flour - and good baking powder. YOU, AS A GOOD HOUSEWIFE know that the time to add anything to flour is just before you begin your baking, not months before and you also know that no prepared mixtures such as the self rising flour can be as fresh - can be as certain in results - as the good old fashioned straight flour and pure baking powder. The Mystery of the Cook's Pet Parrot Che A FUNNY paper recently. 8LIPPED ME a good laugh. WITH A wheeze about. A FAMOUS ventriloquist. AND WHY he had quit THE VAUDEVILLE stage. IT SAID he discovered. HE COULD make more jack. SELLING WOODEN parrots. 80 WHEN I got home. ... I PASSED the Joke. . TO OUR cook, who owns. ... BOTH A speechless parrot. AND A sense of humor.' BUT SHE muffed it. BECAUSE SHE didn't know. WHAT A ventriloquist was. SO I had to explain it. AND ON the way out. i BLEW Just a whiff. OF CIGARETTE smoke. AT HER amusing old. FOOL OF a parrot. WHICH NEVER talks. AND I said, "Poll. HOW D'YOU like it?" AND TO this day. ITS GOT me guessing. WHETHER IT was cook. OR THE blamed bird. ... WHICH SQUAWKED back. ft ft "THEY SATISFY." . CHESTERFIELDS speak for themselves. They let you know you're smoking. They "satisfy" and yet, they're mild. An impossible combination, you say? Sure everywhere but in, Chesterfields. The blend doe it and the blend can't be copied! sterfieH CIGARETTES 09 Liggett & Myers Toiacco Co. Do you hum about tin CkftUjfieU package qIOt.