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hv Morning, November 27. 1021 PALATKA PAILS NEWS PAGES I'JHl i-il' I Si I Christmas Time at Cochrane's Here you find Mother buying that Fountain Pen for Father, and Father looking over the .urauS g. ror motner. a.ster trymg to select something from such a varied stock for Krnf hov moiika n( D tl 1 .1 ri n .1 ' Wi j"cuui iui uiomer, ana me nuaren more than contented with wares of Santa Claus. Surely you are bound to recognize the place thk draws all the family for Christmas. PALATKA STATIONERY QUALITY" S&VICE CO. SOCIAL NOTES PERSONAL GOSSIP TELEPHONE SOT-J COMING "EVENTS Monday Card party; auspices Woman s hb; 3:00 p. m. Tuesday D. A. M. Club; Miss Carolie U, hostess; 4:00 p. m. Tegotem Club; Miss Mildred iliams, hostess; 3:30 p. m. West-end Club; Miss Edith iperbuseh, hostess; 8:00 p. m. Wednesday Wednesday Club; Mrs. W. W. Ighman, hostess 3:00 p. m. Thursday May Bridge Club; Mrs. wrd Gardner and Mrs. Louis hostesses; 8:00 p. m. Friday wig Matrons Club; Mrs. iais Jarmon, hostess; 3:30 p. Social Forecast West-end Club. The West-end Club will enjoy its weekly gtune of auction this week as the guests of Miss Edith Kupper buseh. Miss Kuppfrbusch will cn tcrtin the members of this organiza tion Tuesday evening at eight o'clock at the home of her brother, Mr. Chas Kupperbusch. Wednesday Club. That little organization, formerly known as the Umsawee Club, but which has recently changed its name to the Wednesday Club, will enjoy their afternoon of pivot auction this week as the guests of Mrs. Walter Tilghman, at her home on Dodge street. Mrs. Tilahman has invited. her guests for Wednesday afternoon at three o'clock. O ! doll, which is being displayed by its generous donors, the Cochrane Com pany, will be given to the little girl who receives the most votes before the bazaar which will be given by jSt. Mrks Guild Thursday, December the first at the Woman's Club. Bal lot boxes are at convenient inter vals m the business part of town. and votes may be had for ten cents each. It is still very early in the contest, which has just opened, but much interest is being shown by lit tle girls and their friends. This pretty French doll is daintily gowned in a white frock with a rib bon sash and hair ribbon to match, She is wearing a smart little coat Of blue broadcloth and a big black vel vet hat. She is a very stylish young lady, surely. Party at Woman's Club. silver committee and the so- ommittee of the Woman's club combined forces and are ar- ng for a big card party to take at the club tomorrow after This affair is planned to raise to go toward the purcahse of for the club house, and it is that the sum realized tomor- in addition to what is already land will nrove sufficient for the ! Woman's Club. Friday Bridge Club. Mrs. Howard L. Gardner and Mrs. Louis Philips will entertain the members of the Friday Bridge Club and the husbands of the various members, Thursday evening, at eight o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Gardner This club "has one meeting in each fnonth to which the "men folks are invited, for an evening ol auction. Young Matrons Club. Mrs. Louis Jarmon will entertain he members of the Young Matrons Club this week at her home on Carr street. Mrs. Jarmon has invited her guests for Friday afternoon at three-thirty o'clock. ase. A specimen of the pattern purchased will be shown to- i, price of admission has been at twentv-five cents, and ev- is invited to come to the club at three o'clock, for a pleasant of bridge. M. Club. carolie Meigs will entertain members of the D. A. M. Club. 1 afternoon, at her home on Thirteenth street. She has her guests for four o'clock. pm Club, members of the Wegotem ill meet Tuesday afternoon as Wests of Miss Mildred Williams, home on South Fourth street. tour for which Miss Williams ited her eruests is three-thirtv VS. The regular meeting of the Wo man's Club will take place Friday afternoon with Mrs. J. F. Blake of the civics committee in charge of the program. Mrs. Blake has recured the help of Miss Pauline Oak and Mr. N'cgley Teeters, of Community Service, to make of this meeting one of the most enjoyable of the fall sea son. As usual, the meeting will called to order at three-thirty be O ClOCli Great Interest Shown in Doll Contest. It is evident that the little girls of Palatka are working hard to se cure the votes of their friends in the unique contest which is being ar ranged under the auspices oi or. Marks uuikl. me mines m Kuild are giving to every little girl v . tit,, in Putnam county ma uni'"""- in win a beautiful French doll, lovely 'enough to charm any little lass. This Interesting Meeting of the Woman's Club. The meeting of the Woman's Club Friday afternoon was in charge of the Child welfare department of the organization, and a most interesting and inspiring program was given. Mrs. Mabel Quain Stevens, a writ er and lecturer of note, spoke to the women assembled and proved source of inspiration to many pre? sent. Mrs. Stevens has recently left Rollins college at Winter Park where she was engaged for a whole week to talk to the girls of the school so interesting did her first talk prove Following Mrs. Stevens, Mrs. S. C. Stallings, president of the club, gave her report of the recent meeting in Gainesville of the Florida Federa tion of Women's Clubs. Mrs. Stall ings brought back many new lileas and thoughts to the club, and her re prt, given in her own bright and clever wav. was listened to with close attention by those present. GRAND THEATRE STATIN EE 3 P. M. NIGHT 6:45 P. M. MONDAY Genevieve: It's dangerous business to say you're married n you're not Nancy If you want to know why, see Wance Talmadge in "DANGEROUS BUSINESS" A Phoneymoon of Bridal Frights and a comedy, "NOBODY'S WIFE HOWELL, MONDAY Ray Stewart in "THE MONEY CHANGERS" nd 13th Epuode of "SON OF TARZAN" Kirrell-Ward Marriage of Interest, Mr. and Mrs. Otis Ferrell passed .through Palatka yesterday en route to San Mateo. This young couple were married Thursday at the bride's home in Live Oak and after a brief wedding trip were on their way to the groom's home at San Mateo. The bride was before her marriage Miss Flurrie Ward, a pretty and at tractive girl of Live Oak. Her mar riage to Mr. Otis Ferrell, who is the son of Mr. S. II . Ferrell of San Ma teo, took place Thursday afternoon. at four o'clock, and was a quiet affair Reverend Myers of the Methodist church performed the ceremony, The bride was married in her pretty traveling costume of blue tricotine with hat to correspond. Friends of the young couple will be eager to' congratulate them. Princess Nadonis Coming. Under the auspices of the musical department of the Woman's Club, Mrs.. A.. A.. Corcoran, chairman, the Princess Nadonis Indians will ap pear in Palatka on December 5. Princess Nadonis and her husband, Chief Konoka White Eagle, nave spent the summer with other mem bers of the company, resting and re hearsing in northern Wisconsin in a typical Indian Wigwam.. Princess Nadonis is a highly cultured woman, the only Indian poetess?. Her poems have been set to music by Cad-man.. roof H ra-l hi in rr l i ti i - i Mrs. H. P. Bennett and baby Olive ciizaoeth and Mr. and Mrs. F. A. Dutill and baby, Lucv Olive. It is a great pleasure for Rev. and Mrs. Hward Dutill to have their chil dren home on Thanksgiving day. Margaret Eleanora Fox. Mr. and Mrs.' A. S. Fox 9 . ceiving the congratulations of their mends on the birth of a firm mti daughter. The little irirl ;,l yesterday morning at the home of ner parents on Carr street and W i been given the pretty name of Mar garet Eleanora. No an Ulstette is not like a itchenette At our store it's aberally cut Ov ercoat in' which .jcan sink your self and rangt a,nd comfortably. It's an improvS, over the ulster shorter mor yle better looks nol so loggy i, as warm easier to walk. ' Come in and ton an Ulsterette the biggest setion in coats since the Balmaccan. At $35 and $4Qs the biggest event in the city simhe Governor's visit. Other Ovcoats from j $20.00 up.) i BrowniiFearnside Ccpany ! Palatka's t Men's Store Meetinr Postponed. The meeting of the Story-telliny Qommittee of the Starv.tii;n League has been postponed from t. morrw until next Friday afternoon. members of the committee a r. quested to meet on Fridav. at. ?-an .o'clock at the Woman's Club. Eastern Star Memorial. The Palatka Chapter of the Order of the Eastern Star will hold annual memorial services in their hall at 3 p.. m.. today.. All members urged to attend.. Visiting ones welcome.. IVfico Al.' -t. "-e iiiuuiiis win returnj today from Mcintosh, where she has! been spending the Thanksgiving hol idays with relatives. Mrs. J. V. Walton Jia , va guest at her home on North Third street, her cousin, Miss Blair Thompson, of Gainesville. Miss Mary iJerkstresses has been spending a few davs in Haw thorne with her parents. Roland Vickerv. who is ntfanrf. ng school at Gainesville this winter is the guest of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Vickery, at their home here, for a short stay. Miss Winifred Browning has re turned from Jacksonville, where sho spent Thanksgiving day with friends Miss Winifred Stronir and Miss Mary Ruth Woodruff, spent Friday in Hastings, the guests of Miss Poarl Adams. Robert Davis, jr.. of GainBsvlllo is spending a few days in Palatka, the guest of friends. Miss Fay McCullough and Miss tnrough Palatka this afternoon Gladys McCullough Will pass en route from Gainesville to their home in Mastincs. While riftrp thou win visit Miss Winifred Strong. Miss Mav Kennerlv m.nl n, Thanksgiving holidays with her mo ther at Lake Geneva. Miss Blande Hudeins anri nf;t. Maude Hudgins are spending a short time visiting relatives at Melrose. ine party which has been enW. ing a several days' cruise ahnarH tl, Etowah as the guests of Mr. and Mrs ' Mnnl, T T:il . 1 inhuman, are vir nnH Noah J. Tilghman, Miss Catherine Howell, Miss Omar Davis, Mr. Har rison Hickenlooper and Mr. Tom Tilghman. Miss Vesta Weeks wiil return tomorrow to her home in Jackson ville after spending several days here as the guest of Mrs. J. W. Dar sey at her home on Dodge street. rnends of Miss Ophelia Currie will be glad to know that she is re covering now from her several weeks' illness. John Donnelly. Miss Dnnnoiw and Miss Lucy Donnelly, of Nashua, are spending the week -end hero a the guests of Mr., and Mrs . .Tnli de Nazarie.. Willie Brown, of Federal Point. was a visitor in the ctty yesterday. Oeorge Carnes of Florahome. fvas among out-of-town visitors her yesieraay.. Mrs.. Kenneth Brenizer and her mother, Mrs.. Williams, of Hastings, jwere shopping in Palatka yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Purcell have arrived from Elkton to make their home in Palatka.. Harold Earnes is spending a. few days here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.. R.. L.. Earnest Ho ;. o student at the University o? Florida at Gainesville.. Mrs.. Sue Reed and Mrs.. New ton Thignen. of Hasti (Continued on Page 8) Iteques for Donations. The Woman's Missionary Union of the Baptist church is requesting that all who are willing to make a dona tion of gingham ror boys' blouses, and girls' dresses or stockings, size 7 to 9, for the orphanage, will leave their donation.- the Baptist par sonage not latean the 28th of this month as the Ito be sent will be packed on Tuf , the 29th of No-1 vember. Miiis Weeks (dimentcd. An enjoyablfleater party was that given yelay afternoon byj Mrs. W. A. W:, in honor of Miss Vesta Weeks acksonville, who is the attractive st of Mrs. J. W. ; Darsey. ' Mrs. Waltoruests enjoyed the ! picture. "Sonuin the House," at1 the Grand the returning to the home of the ess for refresh ments. Mrs.altoni served, he ! guests with ken sandwiches, fruit cake ana Exquisite l were combined with asparagfern and placed ' tastefully abithe living room. I Mrs. Walton'sits included: Mrs. W. Darsey es Vesta Weeks,! Nora Sharpe. ne . Merryday and I Birdie Reed ajcy Gardner. Dutill Family nion. The followtaken from the j Florida Times n will be of in-J terest to friemKev. and Mrs. H. II Dutill here, vi they resided fjor several years: A very pleaday Thanksgiving was enjoyed ahome of Rev. and Mrs. Howard II, 112 Catherine ! street, South Jnville, who were ! hosts to theirlren and families! for the entire. j Those preswere: Rev. andj Mrs. Howard . Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dutill andghter, Margaret; Elizabeth, anc. W. T. Kennedy r rr t: t, .. :.. 1 I ui Attvaiva, is visiting ner daughter, Mrs. Dutill, Mr. and : Clothes As a Christmas Token Everybody wants and appreciates New Clothes. foStS? Gament yUr ncare and dea a token wLhrafe 1 'C bCSt-in adieK Misses Children's and Infants' Readv-to-Wear from a pair of stockings, underwear or handkerchiefs to a coat suit dress, hat fur neck piece, or a bath robe, all made by the bes workment in the trade at lower prices than offered by an? rStf Save When Possible, Especially at This Time Examine Our Goods and Prices Everything We Sell is Guaranteed Monday's Special Wool Jersey Sport Coats" at $8.98 Look for our Daily Special Ad. It will have a Special Featu day re every "YOUR SATIsrACrW'lS OUR AIM.". The Reliable Ladies' Ready-to-Wear u. wjmva, rrop. loiv tourtn and Lemon Streets " I' -..-......iBl'-. )f immi ,W, mLU-,., II IHI JP lll.lllllll i t 1v ' I s n '4 1 , f A.