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Morning, November 6, 1 921
cO CI A L NOTES J AND ! fSRSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE SS7-J Uomnt invents ; Tuesday . ! I. ..nif Mia. um. . ",ndlrs. Albert G. Philips, ' s, 3:30 p. m. ' ' fat-enJ Club; Mr. and Mrs. 0, Riles, hosts; o;uu y. .... Wednesday . t -I. Cird party; woman g , j ijjjjjjp. uiud; (- . .parsley, hostess; ;ou y. m. Thursday Auction; m. - hostess; Mrs. J. m. narreii, t U; 3:30 p. m. miscellaneous shower; Mrs. j.Gerber, hostess; buss ixei- t jm James, nonoree; :sv -r Oman's Club meeting; 3:30 Friday Wistice Day Celebration.' Saturday i-. f : T : a 5 A. J"" vlUD, au.sb tfcaaie -w to, hostess; 3:30 p. m. Social Forecast dhoun and Mrs. Philips tiltrtaia. delightful affair if Tuesday af- will be the auction) party which Mrs. Julian C. Calhoun to. Albert Philips will enter- number of their friends. These isies have invited their guest: lite at the American Legion it three-thirty oclock. i-rad Club members of the West-end Club be entertained Tuesday evening lit. and Mrs. N. O. Riles, at home on Emmett street. Mr. Mrs. Riles have invited tiheir for eight oclock. ku's Club Plans ' Prty. r.ier the auspices of the Woman's mil take place a card party ii sure to be a source of plea- is many Palatkans. This affair jke place Wednesday afternoon, be oclock, at the Woman's i Eeid street. The silver com with Mrs. W. S. Millican in st, is planning this affair to as- inraising funds for the pur of club silver. Assisting this ittee will be the floral commit- aid the home economics com- D. D. Club. Jacquelin Pursley will enter- Jk members of the N. N. D. D. Wednesday afternoon at her Laurel street. She has in ker guests for four oclock. Aenting Mrs. Harrell h Arthur A Corcoran will en- n at auction, Thursday after t her home in Bungalow Park ior of Mrs. Joseph M. Harrell, prming bride of the fall season. wrcoran's guests, who include Members of the Um-sa-wee Club few other friends, have been M for three-thirty oclock. "ice. Party, recipe calendar, while a dainty pow der puff, tied with red, white and blue ribbon, was awarded to the latter. Following the game, Miss Bond and Miss Littimer, assisted by Mrs, John T. Bond, served their guests with delicious refreshments, con sisting of salmon croquettes, cream eo petit pois, saltines, olives and coffee. Those invited for this pleasant af fair of yesterday were: Misses Ophe lia Currie, Katherine Johnson, Louise Johnson, Carrie Louise Hudson, Har riette Hudson, Jessie Bailey, Florence McRae, Marie Price, Evelyn Austin, Hazel tienbow, Carolie Meigs, Mary Ruth Woodruff, Alice Thomas, Leom Strickland, Vivian Bond, Frances Henley, Katherine Ray, Dorothy Townsend, Ruth Browning, Ella Woodruff, Dorothy Meigs, Veola Ben bow, Evelyn Barnett, Rena Brown, Winifred Strong, and Mrs. John Smith and Mrs. W. P. Jefferies, of Leesburg. i Woman's Club Meets Thursday This Week. Owing to the fact that Friday its usual day of meeting, is Armistice Day, the Woman's Club will meet this week on Thursday afternoon. The hour for meeting is three-thirty oclock. As a most interesting pro gram is being arranged, it is expect ed that a large number of club mem bers will remember the change in date and will attend the meeting Thursday. The home economics department, of which Mrs. T. J. Barnett is chair man, has charge of the program, and has taken as its subject, "The Home." Under this general subject head, the committee has arranged for four discussions. Ideals of Home;making; The Home-maker, Past Present, and Future; Why Owning a Home is Preferable to Boarding or Renting; and a Demonstration of Triend and Tested Recipes, compose the program as made up now. Hostess for the day will be Mrs. F. J. Fearnside and Mrs. E. D. Dancy. PALATKA DAILY NEWS . PAGE 5 Presbyterian Philathea Class Meets Tomorrow. The members of the Philathea class of the Presbyterian church will meet at the home of Mrs. S. McCormack tomorrow evening. This meeting, which is called for eight oclock, will follow a meeting of circle number four of the Presbyterian church, which is called for seven oclock, to take place at Mrs. McCormack's home. This is an important meeting and all members are urged to at tend. In Honor of Miss James. Complimenting Miss Nellie Mae James, whose marriage to Mr. Wil liam Oliver Livingston will be an interesting event of the sixteenth of this month, Mrs. E. A. Gerber will entertain at a miscellaneous shower, Thursday afternoon, at her home on the Meights. Mrs. Gerber's guests are invited for three-thirty oclock. D.A.M. Club. The D. A. M. Club will enjoy their meeting this week as the guests of s Nell Bond and Miss Katheryn Miss Jessie Bailey' at her home entertained a rfumber of friends at a heart dice party, y afternoon, at the home on 'Third street, of Miss Bond, "arcs where six tables were W for the game, were prettily kd with the patriotic colors, "1 with greenery and growing "During the game, scores kept on clever hand-made tal ch were in the red, white and M the afternoon's color-scheme. ,k'te cards were tied with red, and blue ribbon and decorated to? design. During the game, ts were enjoyed. w scores were compared at the !0 of the game, it was found w Marie Price held high score l! Dorothy Meigs ow. To the fs awarded an attractive, San Mateo. Miss Bailey has invited her guests for Saturday afternoon at three-thirty oclock. Important Meeting Woman's Auxilliary. The last meeting of the Woman'3 Auxilliary of the American Legion to take place before Armistice Day will be held tomorrow afternoon at four oclock at the Legion Home. All members are expected to be present, as this is an important meeting. Mrs. Arthur Corcoran was among Palatkans spending yesterday in Jacksonville. A. P. Whitman of Nashua, was a visitor here today. Palatka friends, of C. A. Bennett, formerly of this city, but now mak ing his home in Gainesville, enjoyed iRAND THEATRE NEE 3 P. M.' I NIGHT 6:45 P. M. Dougfes Fairbanks in "THE MARK OF ZARRO" An omedy LOWELL MONDAY ALL TAR CAST IM , "The Family Honor" And nth Episode of "SON OF TARZON" seeing him here Friday. Mr. Bennett has recently returned from a visit to his old home in New Hampshire, and was accompanied to Florida by his mother, who will spend the winter hers with him and his family. Mrs. V. L. Cheever Has returned to her winter home at Nashua after spending the summer and early fall at Clinton, Wis. The many friends of little Es ther de Nazarie, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. de Nazarie, will be glad to hear that she is able to be up- a part of the day now, though she has not yet been out. This little girl has been seriously il for some time and her convalescense is v not so rapid as might be hoped for. Mrs. W. P. Jefferies and little son, of Leesburg, are thegnests of the former's mother, Mrs. H. W. Lattimer. , Clyde LaMee, of Jacksonville, is among visitors in Palatka for the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. L. S. Barstow, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Anderson, Miss Wini fred Browning, Fred Leeks and Rob ley Bruce will spend a portion of the week in DeLand Mr. and Mrs. R. I. Dunten and daughter, Florence, will leave today for New York, where they will spend some time before continuing their journey to their new home at Porto Rica. E. W. Elliott has returned from a week's business trip which includ ed visits to Ocala, Leesburg, Gaines ville, and other points in that vici nity. Miss Achash Motes, of llnfter- lachen, was among out-of-town visi tors here Friday. Mrs. T. E. Lovelace and children, of Bunnell, spent yesterday here with Mrs. Lovelace's sister, Mrs. C. E. Currie. Miss Floressa Sipprell and Miss Berdie Reed spent yesterday in Cres cent City. Friends of Mrs. Llano Cantrell will regret that she is ill at her home in the Brown Apartments and will hope for her early recovery. I. C. Ponnock and -G. W. Brown were among Federal Point visitors in the Gem City, yesterday. Miss Kathleen Vann is spend ing the week-end with her parents in Madison, Fla. S. W. Allen, of Bunnell, is spending1 a few days here with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Currie. The many friends of Mrs. T. L. Clarke, of East Palatka, will regret uua , Taking the shrug outof Skeptical Shoudders. It's not easy for the man who hasn't investigated to ' believe that suit qualities that brought $50 and $60 last winter are down to $35 and $40 NOW. But inside this store is actual proof that the thing is being done and that the garments haven't suffered by the wing clipping. If you have been skeptical even thb' you do not plan on an immediate purchase as a matter of general in formation, we want you to come and let us lay before your eyes i Michaels, Stern Winter Suits $30, $35, $40,. $45 Browning-Fearnside Company Palatka's Best Men's Store to hear that she is very ill. She and her daughter, Miss Kitty Clarke, have gone to St. Augustine, where she will undergo medical treatment. Miss Kate Lucas is spending some time in Daytona, the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. A. Merryday. Mrs.- W. H. Hoyt, who arrived from Jacksonville yesterday, coming by boat from New York, will remain in that city for a few days visiting relatives. She will come on to her home here the early part of the com ( Continued on Page 4) . A noted Fashion Authority says that dainty foot-. 1 wear is as important as charming gowns to en hance a woman's natural grace and beauty. ' OUR SHOES are dainty in design, faultless in fit, moderate in price and ABOVE ALL, SU PERIOR IN QUALITY. We carry only Genuine Goodyear Welts and Hand Turned Sole Shoes. (No McKay shoes sold in our store) Ladies Prices range $5.00, $6.00 $7.00 and up to $12.00 a pair. You Men who want solid comfort, day in and day out, year after year, Try a pair of our Shoes propeflv fitted. We specialize in Slates Shoes for Men. Every pair guar anteed. Materials the best and priced lower than you will expect. $7.50 and $10.00 SEE OUR WINDOWS WATCH OUR ADDS NORTH 111 Second STREET Phone 454 FOOTWEAR EXCLUSIVE NORTH 111 Second STREET Phone 453 PALATKA'S MODERN SHOE STORE Opposite Putnam House II i egular Carnival Of low prices at this store. We are showing t specials in all lines fo winter wear. We invite you to call and inspect our goods' before making your purchases elsewhere. You will be con vinced that the prices are right, and the quality is right. GARMENTS OF FASHION FOR SILK KNIT TIES New showing of Men's Silk Knit Ties, in all the latest weaves, plain and fancy pat terns, sold for $1.25 to , $2.50, specially priced at 75c to $1.75 DRESS SHIRTS Just received another big ship ment of Men's Dress Shirts. We put these on three days sale for 98c Also other Shirts in Percales, Madras, Silk Stripe Madras and Silks at popular prices. BARGAIN VALUES Childens Sweaters To see these will be to fully appreciate them 98c to $3.50 Ladies Sweaters $2.98 to $9.95 REAL BARGAINS Childrens Knit Caps and Socks Special from ,35c to $1.25 Ladies splendid quality Dresses three day special for $9.95 TTTT Hattie N. Buky 421-423 Lemon St., Opp. Court House Armistice Day Celebration The DAY which made possible the return of our beloved ones The Day which sealed the guarantee of our freedom The DAY when our gallant brothers made the tyrant kneel Let us show our gratitude and respect to our noble brothers who with body and soul, stemmed the avalanche of the world wide enemy let's celebrate. Armistice Weel Specials 15 Per Cent. Discount ON ALL Ladies', Misses' and Children's Ready-To-Wear At any time a glance at our windows will show the shop pers that we handle nothing but the latest styles. A visit to our store will prove that our prices are always low er than offered by any retail establishment nd our Special 15 per cent Reduction is a bargainopportunity 'nobody ought to miss. ' FURS! FURS! FURS! FURS! FURS! At The Most Reasonable Prices. Come Look 'em over. The Reliable Ladies' Ready4o-Wear S. COMICK, Prop. Cor. Fourth and Lemon Sts.