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=;■ SOCIAL CALENDAR
Regular Camera Club meeting. 8 p. m. Key West Federal Art
Stone Church Service Club supper, open to winter visitors. 6:00
( , ' p. m. Church Annex.
. , Luncheon honoring visiting golfers Craig Wood, Dick Metz,
Frank Walsh, Billy Burke who will give exhibition at Key
y'" West Southernmost Links. Banquet and reception in the
evening auspices Key West Golf Club. Cocktail at the Ernest
Meeting Key West Lions Club, Stone Church Annex, 6:30 P. M.
• Rotary Club meeting 12:15 p. m. St. Paul’s Annex.
Social meeting of Junior Woman’s Club with Miss Juanita Mayg
and Solita Cobo entertaining. 5 p. m. Woman’s Clubhouse.
Christmas Party auspices Ladies’ Aid Ley Memorial Church.
7:30 p. m. Residence of Mrs. Mary Weatherford.
Concert, Key West Hospitality Band. 5 p. m. Art Center Park.
Key West College Students Troop
Home For Christmas Holidays
Over the weekend scores of
Key West students who are in
thfcir fall terms at colleges over
the country have begun arriving
for the Christmas Holidays which
are usually of two weeks dura
*• Miss Emma Anne Kennedy,
junior at Florida State College
for' - Women, at Tallahassee
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Kennedy, arrived yesterday. Mrs.
Annie Page and daughter. Mar
guerite, freshman at F.S.C.W.,
and Betty Rae Russell, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Russell
and freshman at Florida State
arrived Saturday afternoon. Ac
companying them was Mrs.
Page’s son, Alton Goehring, who
went to Tallahassee by car for
the purpose of bringing the two
<* Nick Goshorn, University of
Florida Student at Gainesville and
sister Marguerite, who is at Talla
hassee, son and daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. G. N. Goshorn, arrived
yesterday. ' ' ‘
Lance Lester, sophomore stu
student at New Orleans Tulane
Medical Student; Ignatius Lester,
sophomore at U. of F. arrived
Saturday. Jack Hayes, sopho-,
more at Loyola Dental School in
New Orleans arrived yesterlay.
Jimmy L. Mac Mullen, son of
Lt. Col. and Mrs. J. D. Mac-
Mullen was expected to return
today from U. of F. Orvis Kemp
and Miss Cleo Kemp, son and
daughter of Dr. and Mrs. W. P.
Kemp and freshman at Clemson
College in South Carolina and
junior at Florida State respec
tively arrived yesterday with
Sidney Aronovitz, son of Mr.
and*-Mrs. Charles Aronovitz, and
U, sUH°rida student arrived Fri- ;
rta|.. .Jesus Carmona, Jr., fresh-1
maff at University of Florida and
son of Jesus Carmona arrived;
Saturday. P*ul Sawyer, law j
Division Street School Pupils
Stage Program Last Friday
The primary department stu
dents of the Division Street
School put on a Christmas pro
gram on Friday which was very
much enjoyed. The program
Song, “On Merry Christmas
Recitation. “The Christinas
•Selections, Rhythm Band.
Play, “Santa’s Workshop.”
Workmen Glen wood Carey,
Dooftld Cates. Walter Johnson,
Santa Claus—Paul Watler.
tevtfc, Joseph Lewis, Donnie
Soldiers—Cecelio Alayon, Nor
berto Diaz, Adolfo Barcelo, Fred
Shoneck. Murray Harris, Gilbert
Laris, Kenneth Riviera, Rene
Bunnies—Joseph Roberts, Ker
mit Kerr, Oscar Oropeza, Ray
Mrs, Mary Lopez
Weds Jose Perez
Mrs. Mary Gonzalez Lopez and
Jose C- Perez were married Sat
urday afternoon at the home of
County Judge Raymond R. Lord.
Judge Lord officiating.
The bride was attended by
Mrs. Lopez, clerk in the office of
the tax collector of Monroe
County. Mr. Perez is the
thshcellor at the Cuban consul
ate. The newly-weds will be at
home to their many friends at 919
student, son of Mrs. Paul Saw
yer, arrived Friday. Paul Mesa,!
Jr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Paul
Mesa, arrived Friday from the
University of Florida where he is
in his freshman year .
Miss Rose Appel, senior at
Florida State, daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Rubin Appel, arrived
yesterday. Miss Cynthia Pearl
man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Joe Pearlman, and junior at
Florida State, arrived Saturday.
Hilary Albury, son of Mr. and
Mrs. Hilary Albury is expected
in Wednesday from the U. of F. i
where e is a sophomore. Miss
Leonor Warren, sophomore at,
Smith College, Northampton, |
Mass., and daughter of Dr. and
Mrs. Wm. R. Warren, arrived Fri- j
Kathryn Lowe, senior at!
F.S.C.W. arrived yesterday. She |
is the daughter of Mrs. Virgil
Lowe. Miss Barbara Taylor,
daughter of Col. and Mrs. H. K. j
Taylor, is to graduate in Feb-.
ruary at the University of Wis- j
consin in Madison, Wise., and i
will spend the holidays this year}
with friends in Milwaukee. She'
will be here in February. Missj
Josephine James, sophomore, and \
Miss Gwendolyn James, fresh- j
man, at F.S.C.W. and daughters
of Mrs. Thomas James arrived
Miss Alice Parks, junior at
F.S.C.W, arrived yesterday. She!
is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs.'
Charles Parks. Edna Roberts,
junior at F.S.C.W. and daughter;
of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Rob- *
erts, arrived yesterday. Miss:
Mary Louise Bonniwell, fresh- j
man at F.S.C.W. and daughter of j
Mr. and Mrs. George Bonniwell,
Miss Betty Moreno, student at i
Pennsylvania Museum of Indus- j
trial Art arrived Friday to spend i
the holidays with her parents Mr.
and Mrs. B. C. Moreno.
Chocolate Drops—Alice Her
nandez, Onelia Casada. Nancy
Sands, Mary Jo Granados.
Lollipops Shirley Albury,
Nellie Gibson, Claudia Roberts.
Peppermint Sticks - Charles
Williams, Jimmy Sheppard,
Teresa Arias, Orion Hinde, Gloria
Kisses—Fay Knowles, Loudre
Diaz, Jennie Mae Russell, Rose
Mary Roberts, Nathalie Valdez.
Bon-Bone—Sylvia Clark, Zaida
Diaz, Ondina Thrift, Edna Mac
Harris, Lenore Kimberly, Mary
Tops—Eugene Carey. Ralph
Betancourt, Mario Medina, Donald
Malone. Eduardo Garcia.
Hobby Horses - Chirles
Auxier. Cornelius Carey, Mario
Dolls—lsabel Avila. Carmen
Avila,, Betty Lou Kelly, Mar
celle Richardson, Betsy Bell
Cates, Manolia Martinez, Angela
Manger Scene—Upper Grades.
Carols—Upper Grades Chorus.
A social meeting will be held
Thursday at the Woman’s Club
house with Miss Juanita Mayg
and Miss Solita Cos bo enter:ain
ing the Junior Woman’s Club at
Plans for the annual Christmas
Tea Dance honoring college boys
and girls will be discussed. The
t dance will be held Monday.
New First Lady Gown
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NEW WARDROBE of Mrs.
Eleanor Roosevelt includes
(above) Persian coral satin
evening gown having violets
at the left shoulder and a
draped scarf falling to the
Key West Students
Are Prize Winners
CLEWISTON, Dec. 19 (FNS). —
Over one thousand dollars in cash
was mailed this week to Florida
Junior High School students, win
ners in the recent state-wide es
say contest on the subject of
“What Sugar Production Means
To Florida”. Several hundred
students praticipated in the
awards which were made by the
United States Sugar Corpora ion.
Prizes were awarded for the
state-at-large, for congressional
districts and in each of the 67
counties of the state.
For Monroe county, firs, prize,
$5, went tc Helen Rose Wells;
second prize, $3, Praxedes Nor
cisa, and third prize, $2, Elinor
Larsen. All three of the students
are from Key West Junior High
School, Key West,-Fla.
For twenty‘Fifth Year
Mr. and Mrs. B. N. Bentley of
Towanda, Pa., are in Key West
today for a week’s visit. This
year is the 29 h year they have
visited Key West.
The Bentleys called at The
Citizen office and pointed ou:
the attractions of the Keys
and Key West and showing
how unfounded is the propaganda
upstate cities use against Key
W’est, in which they claim that
lack of water and high prices is
noted here. Many visitors come
down here with water jars and
carrying all their food, believing
the sfory, and go away greatly
grieved at upstate sources which
deliberately give out the misin
Miss Emily Matinez
Weds Henry Garcia
Henry Garcia and Miss Emily
Martinez were married Friday
afternoon, December 16. Tbe
wedding took place at St. Mary’s
Star of the Sea Catholic church.
Father A. L. Maureau, S.J., offi
The bride was given in marri
age by her cousin, Mario Rios,
and matron of honor was Mrs. Es
tela Rios Carlos Rios acted as
best man. Esteia Delgado was
the flower girl.
After the wedding a reception
was held at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Carlos Rios. Sr., uncle and
aunt of the bride.
Refreshments were served and
many beautiful gif s were re
ceived by the newly-weds.
The couple are at home to their
many friends at 916 Elizabeth
THE KEY WEST CITIZEN
IN KEY WEST
Meeting of Young Democrats
Club. 8 p. m. County Courthouse.
Craig Wood, 1938 Augusta
Open Champ, and Billy Burke,
ex-U. S. Open Champ, will team
up in a best ball golf matcn
against Dick Metz, 1938 runner-up
I in the U. S. Open and U. S. Four
hall Champ, and Frank Walsh,
1 noted Chicago pro, in an exhibi
tion sponsored by the Key West
j Golf Club and Jaycee-Recreation
| Department-. Winter Progrant
Committee*. 2 p. m. Southern
most Golf Course.
Country’s top notch golfers,
Dick Metz, Frank Walsh, Billy
Burke and Craig Wood, will fish
the Key West reef in Raul Vas
quez’ charter boat for a prize of
a Pfleuger rod and reel to go to
the golfer getting the biggest
fish. Fishing tournament is
sponsored by the Key West Golf
Club and Junior Chamber of
Annual Community Christmas
Tree, sponsored by Lions Club,
WPA Recreation Department,
NYA group, Girl and Boy Scout
i - T
Bairstow s Arrive / J
In Key West
Mrs. E. C. Bairstow and. daugh
ter, Miss Josephine, arrived last
week and are living at the home
at the corner of Francis and
Southard s reets.
Mr. Bairstow arrived several
weeks ago and started prepara
tions to get the home all arrang
ed by the time Mrs. Bairstow and
Records at the office of Pro
bate Judge Raymond R. Lord
show the issuance of five mar
riage licenses during the w?ek
just past, making a to.al of 14
issues during the month of De
cember to date.
Thomas Canavel, battalion
chief of the Chicago Fire Depart
ment, and Mrs. Canavel were
visi:ors in Key West yesterday,
and were guests of Chief Harry
M. Baker and Mrs. Baker at their
home, 1125 United street.
Accompanying the Canavels
were J. Mulhoney, brother of
the chief of the Chicago Fire De
partment, and Mrs. Mulhoney,
who were delighted with the
many sigh Is which are seldom
encountered, either in fauna or
flora, by the dwellers in the
The group expressed their in
terest in the many things they
were shown and staled that if
possible :hey would pay Key
West another visit before the end
of the winter season.
Regular concert of the Key
West Hospitality Band, which
wgs, scheduled at the Art Center
Ibr yesterday afternoon was post-
It"* 1 in deference to the Vesper
services held at the same hour
m the High School auditorium.
Earlier in the day the band
played a concert for the large
crowd which attended the ball
game between Key West and a
team from Miami.
Next appearance of the band
will be at Bayview Park Friday
afternoon in cooperai ion with the
Recreation Department of WPA
m presenting the annual Christ
mas Tree celebration for under
privileged children of the city.
NOTIIK OF \DOI*TIO\ OF
Notice is Riven, that on
the ihtrfyAffrst lay of December.
ISSS, at t+n o'clock A. M r as
soon thereafter a* owunsel ran lo*
heard. Int ereWnt a Petition to
the FirreA* Chart of Monroe Coun
ty, KUwrida, Asking tor an order
authorising the adoption by me of
totinor child, to t it,
Thomae i'tuingston KoWrt*
James i> Roberts, jjl
UM’IH A. HARRIS
Attorney for Petitioner.
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and Theater District
Open The Year Around
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24 Hour Ambulance Service i
* Phone 135 Night CSS j
John Saunders left on the bus
yesterday afternoon and will
, take up his annual run during
the winter season with the Flor
i ida East Coast Railway.
Miss Annie Saunders and Miss
Marjorie Frow, who are attend
ing Camp Roosevelt, arrived over
i the: highway yesterday for the
holiday season with their fami
'Miss Emfha Ann Kennedy,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. G. S.
Kennedy,- ngtndent at Florida
State College for Women, arrived
on the afternoon bus yesterday
afternoon for the holidays.
Kermit Richardson, son of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Richardson, who
has been for some time in Fer
nandina, Fla., arrived yesterday
for the holidays with the family.
Miss Margaret Dexter, student
at Florida State College for Wo
men, arrived yesterday to spend
the holidays with her mother and
Attorney Jack Kirchik was an
arrival on the bus from Miami
yesterday for a visit with his
parents and left this morning on
Miss Catherine Knowles and
mother, Mrs. Robert R. Knowles,
left yesterday afternoon for Mi
ami on receipt of a notice advis
ing of the sudden death of Mrs.
Amelia Pinder, sister of Mrs.
Miss Esther Martin, who was
visiting for several days last
week, left over the highway yes
terday for her home in Austin,
Texas, after a very pleasant visit.
Leo Warren, safety director for
the WPA, who had been attend
ing a meeting in Jacksonville,
was a returning passenger on the
bus yesterday afternoon.
Charles Pent, who for years
has been the Chief Deputy in the
office of the sheriff of Hills
borough county, arrived yester
day to spend the holidays with
relatives and friends, his first
visit in 27 years.
Richard Knowles, who was
spending the week end with the
family, left yesterday for Pigeon
Key, where he is employed by
the Overseas Road and Toll
Miss Edna I. Roberts, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. George F. Rob
erts, student at Florida State
College for Women arrived Satur
day from Tallahassee and will
spend the Christmas holidays
with her parents and relatives.
Gabriel Ayala, Gus Ayala and
Roland Ayala, were arrivals this
morning on the Cuba from Tam
pa, coming for a visit with their
brother Armando at the home
Fleming and Grinnell streets. It
has been more than 36 years
since Roland has visited his old
home in Key West.
Misses Teresa and Mary Sulli
van, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
B. Sullivan, students at the Flor
ida College for Women at Talla
hassee, arrived on the Cuba this
morning from Tampa to spend
the Christmas holidays with the
family and friends.
Miss Benildes Remond, princi
pal at San Carlos Institute, left
on the Cuba this morning for Ha
vana to spend the holiday season
with relatives and friends.
County Commissioner elect T.
Jenkins Curry, is a visitor in Key
Feather-light cakes .. . creamy-flu If masked potatoes
. . . velvet-smooth icings, sauces, dressings ... fine
textured batters of all kinds ... oranges juiced and
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AROUND AND ABOUT
(By C. G. FLINT)
A MODERN ALGER STORY
i They say the chances of get
ting in the movies out in Holly
wood are a thousand-to-one and
that out of the hundreds that
cool their heels in the outer of
fices, only a handful see the
j “boss.” . . . This is the success
story of a young man who want
ed to advance himself; who was
not content to sit in the outer of
fice or linger in the corridor.
Serving in the modest capacity
of a private secretary, at a salary
of SIO,OOO, a year was not enough
for our subject. So he studied
and prepared himself at White
House academy hoping, some
day, his chance would come.
There are Good Angels hover
ing about for those who burn the j
midnight oil in the struggle up
ward. A big movie executive,
unbenownst to our subject, had
his eye on him. And one day:
when things looked their black- j
est the chance of a lifetime to go
in the movies came. And, quite
naturally, the erstwhile secretary
became top vice-president of the
great Goldwyn Corporation.
Young men. Do not feel dis
couraged in your progress on the
path of advancement seems snale
like. But do not linger in a job
you feel is too small for you. Go
out after success and, someday,
you will find success looking you
up,—as it has vice-president Jim
VANCOUVER, B. C. Cana
dian veterans who fought for loy
alist Spain are drifting back to
their homes, facing more serious
problems than those who return
ed from the World war. Some
are wounded and virtually all are
jobless and Canada provides no
pension for them. Private sub
scriptions thus far have been
enough to provide them with
medical treatment and an allow
ance of $6 a week each. ,
West today, making final prep
arations for taking his seat with
the other commissioners at the
i first meeting in January.
CARD OF THANKS
We take this means to express
our sincere appreciation for the
kindnesses extended us on the
i occasion of the passing of our
■ loved one, Charles Atwell. The
. beautiful floral pieces, messages
of condolence and loan of cars
were especially appreciated.
decl9-ltx ' THE FAMILY.
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to make the
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Fredric MARCH-Virginia BRUCE
THERE GOES MY HEART
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Steamer Cuba Arrives
Steamship Cuba, of the P. and
O. S. S. Cos., sailed shortly after
11 o’clock this morning for Ha
vana with 104 passengers book
ing from Key West There were
87 first cabin and 17 second
cabin. There were also 12 auto
mobiles leaving on the vessel.
The Cuba arrived shortly be
fore 8 o’clock with nine first
cabin and three second cabin
passengers for Key West; 69 first
cabin and 17 second cabin for
Key West arrivals were: G.
Ayala, Gus Ayala, R. F. Ayala,
W. F. Coachman, Mrs. Coach
man, Bessie Coachman, Teresa
Sullivan, Mary Sullivan, Donald
Cruz, B. T. Garnett, S. Plumb,
Listed on the manifest of the
ship were the following items:
For Key West, 33 tons of freight
and 11 sacks of mail. For Ha
vana, no freight, two automobiles
and 200 sacks of mail.
Steamer Coming In
Freighter Colorado, of the
Clyde-Mallory Lines, is due to
arrive tomorrow morning from
New York with shipments of
freight for merchants in Key
The vessel will, after discharg
ing, leave for Tampa to discharge
and from that point will return
to New York.
Mickey Rooney-Judy Garland
Cecilia Parker-Lewis Stone
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MONDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1938
NOW AT ALBURY’S
Today’s edition carries an an
nouncement on page one sponsor
ed by Albury's Service, 800 Si
monton street, calling attention
to the appointment of Willis Wil
son to be in charge of the garage
and repair service.
Mr. Wilson will be remembered
as having been formerly in the
same business here. He comes
from an active, responsible gar
age business in New York City
for the past five years. All re
pair services at any time of night
and day will be featured at Al
bury’s Service, as well as road
service at all hours.
AVILLA, Ind.—Justice of the
Peace Vern Halferty of this city
fined himself $5.40 for reckless
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