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v Morning, September. 18, 1921
PAGE 5
-L - PAi.ATKA ntll.Y NRWx
Gifts For All Occasions
carry Cut Glass, SUvei1 Casseroles, Pyrex Pie Plates, Haviland and Nippon China, trays,
Mats, in fact hundreds of useful gifts for weddings, parties, showers, etc.
Of course our stock of stationery is complete and remember we carry every school book used in
the country.
COCHRMES
PAL AT K A STATIONERY
QUALITY SERVICE
CO.
Mrs. Johnson Will
Retire as Hostess
For Country Club
Mrs. J. E. Johnson has resigned a
hostess at the Putnam Country Club and
will sever her connection with the club
on October 9. Selection of a successor
has not been announced.
Mrf. Johnson has contributed much to
the attractiveness of the club and mem
bers regret tliat she has decided to mover
back into Palatka. tender of resigna
tion was made to the lastmeeting of the
board of directors. '"
0 C I A L NOTES
ERSONAL GOSSIP
TKLRPHONB 367-J
fcs-TO-BE SHARE HON
Lr DEI.KJHTFUL DANCE
J. Hiiburn and her daugh
Georpe McReynolds, of Day-
ie Hostesses at. a ciiarnnng
en last evening at the Elks
River street. Mrs. Hiiburn
McReynolds were entertain-
lonor of three popular girls
be brides of the early au-
mion, iwiss uoromy juernam,
become the bride of Mr.
'. Philips on the twenty-
f this month, Miss Priscilla
hose marriage to Mr. Rob
ight will be an event of the
f October, and Miss Martha
whose marriage to Mr.
Ford will take place on the
fh of October.
Johnson, E. L. Mann, H. F. Leeks, T.
J. Barnett, H. A. Davis, A. K. Hutch
inson, Fred T. M.errill, W. H. Griggs,
Howard Rowton, and Misses Priseil-
guests gathered, they wereia Hamm, Dorothy Meriam, Martha
by hostesses and honorees. Dancy, Wimfred Browning, Omar
Burn was nandsome. in a ; Davis. Florence Smith, Nell Lucas, 1 f . v, i r,i, v,: uu
n of embroidered net, and: Florence McRae, Louise Johnson,!. nia(.e.car(i. .laintilv done in bri
ghter, Mrs. McReynolds, I Louise and Harriette Hudson, Kath-ij.i j0
tscinating imported gown of erine Johnson, Vanita Tromley, Bir-1 The delicious menu served th
ts over flesh-colored satin, die Reed, Alice Elliott, Mildred Wil-! -uests consisted of fruit cocktail".
luch of orange tulle. Miss j Hams, Winifred Haughton, Evelyn ! inWo. sai,i .v;n, galtinps mH nl.
eluded only the honorees and three
recent brides, Mrs? Noah J. Tilgh
man, Mrs. L. S. Barstow and Mrs.
Ralph E. Macdonald.
The attractive home was prettily
decorated for tne occasion with a
profuion of cut flowers and greenery.
With her usual delicate taste, Miss
cakes were served. '
Invited for this charming affair of ! Merryilay had Used only rose-coIored
last evening were: Messrs and Mes
dames C. E. Anderson, D. V. Loop, L.
S. Bafstow, M. H. Shaw, R. E. Mac
donald, J. B. Darby, H. N. Kirkman,
W. T. Hamm, J. W. Browning, L. T.
Jarmon, C. W. Ferrell, H. M. Fearn-
day for Wilton, Conn., where she will
rejoin her little son and daughter
and continue a visit to relatives. Mrs.
Pearce will be away until the middls
of October.
Miss Birdie . ' McAllister ' will
leave about the middle of the week
for Jacksonville, after spending the
summer af Gainesville and Palatka.
While here she is the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Ida McAllister.
Paul Dunklin, who is undergoing
zinnias in the hall, and in the living
i room, pink zinnias were combined
with pink corla vine, with charming
.effect. But in the dining room, the j medical treatment in Jacksonville,
! hostess had confined herself to a will return t othat city tomorrow. If
! white and green color-scheme, and j it is found that he is sufficiently re-
hridps-rnsns nnrl vnllpv.lilipQ worn rnvprpil frnvn hid illnps. hp will pnn-
T T T T TT n i - "
Mue, o. v. ua.sey, o. n. lu.mcan, r.. , comllin0(, with Ieicat( Rreenery to
Danc-V- - Hll('s' Noah J- TilBh-jKive the true bridal effect,
man, L. E. Tenny, W. W. Tilghman,! The ,uneheon table was centt,,,,
J. Q. Tilghman, W. G. T.lghamn, H. i with an artistic arr!lnKement of
0. Hamm, Ralph Philips, L. D. Phil-1 bri(cs roses amI liiies.0f.the-valley,
ips, A. G. Philips, J. C. Calhoun, R. j m a cut giass vase which was placed
M. Hodge, F. H. Wilson, Goode M. on a silver reflector. The chan(Ie.
Guery, J. H. Randolph, Lester Bush,lu,r was ornamented with an enorm.
Stewart Worden, Elizabeth Howe, T. ous bow of broeatle(1 tulle ribbon, n
J. McMcReynolds, of Daytona, A. 0. ; ,.showpr.. of whitp fiatin r:hhnna ...i
valley-lilies extending from this to
the corner of the table. At each place
was a wee Kewpie bride, wearing a
long wedding veil, which was caught
with orange blossoms. These tulle
veils extended back to the reflector
i petite charm was enhanc
dainty frock of cherry col
on cloth over irredescents,
such of silver ribbon in the
on the shoulders. Miss
las smartly gowned in black
cloth of silver. With this
silver slippers and carried
k feather fan. Miss Dancy
ingly gowned in a frock of
iffeta, of the new fuchsia
fie with a double scalloped
combined with net in the
Ide. A novel trimming is
in the garland of fuchsias
one side of the skirt,
ive programs done in a
Jik flower design, were pro-
dancers, and a card dance
f ed until a late hour, the
Orchestra furnishing the
if at the punch bowl
it the evening, and serving
,fruit punch to the guests,
. A. Walton and Mrs.
nson. During an internys
ie (lancing, Neapolitan ice-
pink and lhite, and dainty
Hayman, i-IIene Merryuajr and Helen I ives fric(j chickcn with petit pois in
Tilghman, Mrs. G. W. Bassett, Sr.,!potato timbales, hot rolls, stuffed
Mrs. Carrie S. Williams, Mrs. Stew- j cecrVi quaVa jelly, ice cream and
art Worden, Mrs. Elizabeth Howe, j cakCi and iced teili
and Messers. R. L. Wright, Charles P. j Miss Merryday presented a hand
Philips, George E. Ford, Frank Oli-. some set of cut giass gla3ses to each
ver, Jimmie Perkins, Roy Cowan, ' of tbe brirles-to-be, and to Mrs. Mer
Frank Bruce, Robley Bruce, Davis rydav she Kave a handsome casserole.
Dancy, Jack Merriam, John and Job Each" of the other suest3 received a
Cannon,- W. M. Blackwell, Fred Leeks prettv string of novelty beads.
Following the lunceon, the hostess
Harold Bodge, Patton Anderson,
Kelly Reynolds, Will Walton, T. B.
Merrill, Jr., Tom Tilgman, Billy
Goethe, Chares Butt and Dr. J. E.
Thornton.
MISS MERRYDAY CHARM-
ING HOSTESS '
.
Complimenting her sister-in-law,
Mrs. HarolJ E. Merryday, a recent
bride, and Miss Dorothy Merriam
and Miss Priscill aHamm, two girls
wh oare shortly To become members
of the "younger married set," Miss
and her guests repaired to the Grand
Theater wnere they enjoyed the pic
ture, "What Every Woman Wants."
Miss Merryday is always an origi
nal and charming hostess, and the
affair of yesterday was new evidence
of the faef.
COMPLIMETING MISS
MERRIAM
Mrs. Frank Owens, Jr., and Miss
Vanita Tromley will entertain at
auction, Tuesday afternoon, compli-
Ellene Merryday entertained at : menting Miss Dorothy Merriam,
luncheon , yesterday, at her home on ; w)lose marriage to Mr. Charles P.
South Sixth street. Her guests in- i philips will be an interesting event
1 ' " ! of the twenty-eighth of this month.
These hostesses have invited their
guests for four o-elock, at te Trom
ley home on Kirby street.
RAND THEATRE
MONDAY
Moncton Hoffe's Great
Screen Drama
"Panthea"
Featuring
Norma Talmadge
arid an all-star cast
Added Attraction
A Christie Comedy
"Red Hot
i "
LUVC
I f IS
LUNCHEON FOR MISS
MERRIAM
A pretty affair of Wednesday af
ternoon will be the luncheon given
by Mrs. C. E. Anderson and her sis
ter, Miss Winifred Browning in hon
or of Miss Dorothy Merriam, an at
tractive bride-to-be. The affair will
take place at the home of Mrs. S. S.
Browning, in East Palatka. the guests
having been invited for five o'clock.
.
f MISS WOODRUFF TO ENTER-
.
Miss Mary Ruth Woodruff will en
tertain the members of the D. A. M.
Club Thursday afternoon at her home
on South Sixth street. The hostess
has invited her guests for five o clock
and the affair is being pleasantly en-
ticipated by club members.
Miss Faith Potter, a member of
the hich school faculty, is spending
the weekend in St. Augustine.
Mrs J. V. Atkinson and Miss Ma
mie Atkinson of Federal Point, were
shopping in the Gem City yesterday.
Mrs. B. C. Pearce will, leave to-
Rev. GuyH. Fraser
Accepts Pastorate
of St. Marks Church
tinue to Atlanta, where he expects to
attend Georgia Tech this year.
A party of Palatkans spending
the week-end at the Ackerman cot
tage at St. Augustine Beach is com
posed of Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Vickers
and daughter, Ola Deare, Mr. and
Mrs. E. W. Elliott, and Mr. and Mrs. J
Goode M. Guerry. !
-Tenny Brown, of Federal Point,.
was among tne out-w-town visitors : tnejr new Rector,
here yesterday.
Friends of Mrs. George E. Welch
and Mrs. Imogen F. Collins, who
have been spending the summer
months in Europe, will be interested
in knowing that -they are to leave
New York today 4 i
-F. C. Whitthorne, who has been
making a business stay in Tampa,
is now in Fort Myers. Mr. Whit
thorne will not return to his home
here for about two weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Ramsey, Miss
Mary Birkstresser, and Miss Mamie
Davis are spending hte day in Haw
thorne, visiting relatives.
H. E. Merryday will go to Tam
pa tomorrow on legal business.
-Mrs. S. J. Barstow has returned
from Hastings, where she has been
visiting her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Donald Barstow.
Mr. and Mrs. Gertner are pleas
antly located at the Ramsey home in
Bungalow Park for a stay of two
months. Mr. Gertner is connected
with the Southern Bell Telephone
Company.
E. A. Bachman returned yester
day from a business trip to Jackson
ville.
Rev. GuyH. Frazer of Grace Church.
Anderson, S. C, has formally accepted
the rectorshio of St. Mark's Parish, this
city. He is a son of Rev. Charles H.
Frazer, Rector ot St. Mary's Parish at
Jacksonville known as one of the strong
est clergymen in the Diocese of Florida.
The new Rector of St. Marks is a very
able man and at the Seminary was
awarded first prize as a reader, while a
man of much dignity he is a good mixer
and stands very high in the Diocese of
South Carolina as a preacher and pastor.
He has a wife and three children, his
wife being a graduate of Wellesley.
Every member of the congregation of
St. Mam's is earnestly requested to be
present at the morning service today to
receive a wonderful message sent by
CUKRIE-JOHNSON COMPANY
TO CONTINUE IN BUSINESS
Announcement is made in another col
umn of The News toaay that Currie
Johnson Co., has not sold its wholesale
grocery and jobbing business, as has been
rumored on the streets recently, but will
continue in business, rf organize and in-!
crease its field of operations. j
This firm started in business at the very ;
beginning of the readjustment period, :
and considering all things lias made
splendid progress.
ascertained that the parents of the
girl did not object.
Rub-My-Tism is a great pain kill
er,. Relieves pain and soreness,
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sprains, etc.
TREATY IS RATIFIED
Berlin, Sept. 17 The' treaty of
peace between Germany and the
United States has been formally rat
ified by the German Reichsrath or
upper chamber.
St. James Methodist Church
Preaching at 11 a. m. and 8 p. m.
by the pastor; morning subject, "The
Value of Tears;" evening subject,
"Bible Riddles."
Sunday School at 9:45 a. m., Ed.
M. Earnest superintendent.
Eqworth League at 7 p. m.
Bible Study Wednesday at 8 p. m.,
lesson, "First Chapter of John."
We extend a cordial welcome to all
to attend these services.
J. D. SIBERT, Pastor
BUSINESS OPPORTUNITY I
would like to purchase some kind of
a business in Palatka. For a good
business I will consider an incestment
of $1,500. Let me know what you
have to offer. Address J. W. Parrott,
Green Cove Springs, Fla., Box 44,
.Route 1. , 9-18-3t
HOWELL THEATRE
MONDAY
Marshal Neilan
Presents His Mirthquake
"Don't Ever Marry"
A Puddle or Grief.
Come a Runnin'
-ant
Fourth Episode of
"The Son of Tarzon"
MAN OK 66 WEDS YOUNG
GIRL OF 13 IN WALTON i
llr AHPHiolnlfd Fm-nmi
DeFuniak Springs, F!a., Sept. 17
Adam Hardy, CO, years old, and Miss
Sallie Smith, .13 were married this
week at Knox Hill, this county, it
was learned here foday. The marriage j
license was issued here after it was
Reputation
Means Assets
We have always proven to our friends and patrons no :r.atrer how
small the buying should be, it is always appreciated and our prices
when compared with similar goods are the lowest. We expect to keep
up this reputation by giving the lowest price possible on everything
sold in our store.
LAST MGHS'S WINNERS IN
Payne's Suit Club
No. 25
J. W. Livingston
AND
N.o 15
J. W. Merriam
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Wool Jersey Guimp Style
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$7.98
We are receiving new goods every day.
Do not take our word, but come and convince yourself.
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