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OGAltA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, APRIL 15, 1918
DON Pack away your BLANKETS with out having them cleaned. We are especially prepar ed to handle them. Ocala Steam Laundary PHONE 101 OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS celebration held in Ocala last Satur-' all the channels of our lives, thus giv- day night. Every detail from the ing us greater power of intercession largest to the smallest was admirably for these dear boys who gladly, and II. B. WHITTINGTON W. H. MARSH Phone ffcgigfj, ft rifiil Iliiil nil Main Street Market W C V t r I A A M kfel X Km ' I I W laa W " I , On Good Real Estate Security. Low Interest Ratesv Monthly or Yearly Payments F. R. HOCKER, OCALA. rrn P y....- & We Announce The Best Equipped TRANSFER & STORAGE COMPANY In Central Florida Our Equipment Is at Your Service and for Your Convenience. If you will Help Us We will Make it the Best in the State. ' We Expect to Make the Service Prompt, the Price Reasonable, and "Everybody Happy." If We Dont, TellUs and We'll "Come Across." WHITE STAR LINE Dealers in BEAVER BOARD If You Hare Any News for this De partment, Call Five Double-One or Two-Seven That Circle of Gold What a symbol of love 13 that circle of gold, By the token of which our devotion was told! How our youthful affection ' shines out, as it seems; In the light of the romance around it that gleams; And it knows no beginning or ending, or why Its continuing course should not run till we die. But the metal that's purest wears quickest away, -And that old wedding ring has grown thinner today; Yet the hand which it graced graces it in its turn . With a magic the alchemist vainly would learn. For sweet charity's touch has so fill ed with gold That that hand never lacked to the hungry and cold. And the summer may come, and the summers go, - And the winters may whiten the hair with snow: Still the hand which a lover delighted to kiss Wears the signet of half of a cen tury's bliss. And no earnest of joy in the heavens above s more sure than that ring and its circle of love. Chazal-Dewey Mr. and Mrs. John R. Dewey an nounce the marriage of their daugh ter, Mary Hester to Mr. Charles Phil ip ChazaL The wedding which was a quiet one and witnessed by only the immediate families took place at 10 o'clock this morning at St. Philips Catholic church and was performed by the venerable pastor, Rev. Father Bottolacio. To the always lovely strains of Lohengrin's wedding march, played by the bride's younger brother, Richard Dewey, the bride entered, escorted by her father and was met at the altar by Mr. Cha zal and his young brother, Mr. " Ed ward Chazal, who was best man. There were no other attendants. The church TflSts beautifully decor ated with quantities of Easter lillies and asparagus ferns. The bride wore a coat xlress of white silk and carried an armful of bride roses. i Mr. and Mrs. Chazal will spend the next week at the Chazal cottage Woodmar, Lake Weir. - , - - Miss Lucile Kibler was a visitor to the city Saturday. .. . - -. . Miss Mabel Aiken has accepted a position in the Star's business office. Mr. H. S. Chambers and family left this morning . for their new home at Oklawaha. Mrs. W. D. Richey is the guest of her friend, Mrs. William Knight, having arrived from her home in Lakeland yesterday. Miss Marjorie Amidon Bly returned to Jacksonville yesterday after a feW days' delightful visit to her friend, Miss Elizabeth Wetherbee. Mrs. Laura N. Luckie and Miss Rebecca Smith returned last night from a week-end visit to Mrs. Luckie's mother, Mrs. M. A. Sheppard, in Day-tona. arranged and we doubt if any city in the United States not barring the largest cities, held a grander spec tacle. Summerfield Chronicle. bravely and in a radiantly unselfish manner are fighting for the world, and for ourselves revealing the quali ties by which we will not too greatly fear death, nor too greatly sor- Unveiling of the Service Flag at the row over separations which at the Christian Church Last Evening (longest are only for a little while, The program carried out at the un-1 qualities which time can only enrich veiling of the service flag at the' and death release for another and Christian church last evening was an ; higher existence. intensely interesting one and as the! It is a great boon for Ocala people enthusiastic audience sang "America," j to have among us one who filled with every heart was filled with zeal and i love of country is able to help us to loyalty. As the chorus responded with j noble thinking and at the same time that grand and almost sublime hymn, i finds no duty for the great cause Evening Star Unclassified Ads. ' Bring Results KATES-Twetity-five words or less one time 25 cents; three times 50 cents; six times 75 cents. Over twenty-five words,' and under fif ty, double above rate. . This rate is for consecutive insertions. Special rate by the month. " Try them out. PHONE V Mrs. W. J. Frink, formerly Miss Bettie Wray Mclverj after a delight ful visit to Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc- Iver, left for her home in Gardner Saturday, v mm. Miss Callie Gissendaner, Ellen Stripling and Meme Davis have re turned from a visit to friends in Gainesville. They had a most pleasant time. We are glad to report that Mrs. Johnson, who has for many years made her home with her sister, Mrs. G. T. Maughs and who has been very ill for several weeks, is slightly lm proved this morning. ,.-. Mr. and Mrs. Rollo Taylor from West Palm Beach are guests of Mr. and Mrs. Cook. Mr. Cook's father is the contractor who built the Metho dist church and they felt much inter est in looking this building over. Miss Jewel Marlow has returned from a visit of several months to rel atives in Savannah. Miss Marlow's friends are very glad to have her at home again. Mrs. Lewis Yonce has returned from Jacksonville, where she attended the Grand Lodge meeting of the Florida Eastern Star. She was appointed Grand Martha, one of the high posi tions in the Grand Lodge. Mrs. H. H. McDonald of Memphis is here on a visit to her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. J. D. McDonald. Mrs. McDonald is always a welcome visitor to Ocala. ,- Miss Beatrice Wienecke, one of the brightest pages, in Jacksonville's dia mond edition of pretty girls, is the guest of Mr. Johji R. Dewey and fam ily. ': . ..?. : , Every one must take off their hats and salute Mrs. Caroline Moorhead and her committee for the more than splendid and gorgeous Liberty Loan Marching Orders, patriotism was at its highest tide. Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee read a beau tiful poem entitled "For the Men at the Front," by John Oxemhaum, after which the chorus sang with much feeling and sweetness "Abide With Me." The roll call of those in the service. who have already gone to the front, was read as follows: Roy Cappleman, Joseph Borden, Robert Connor, Ed ward Connor, Thomas Clayton, Ed ward Pedrick, George Pedrick. Tht roll call of those who are yet to go was as follows: Dan Cappleman, Eu gene Connor, Floyd Olds, Adolph Dame. Mrs. Chambers and Mr. Gates, whose voices blended in perfect tune, sang with wonderful sweetness a duet, which touched every heart. The flag, which was made by the Ladies' Aid -Society of the church, contained twelve stars eleven blue, one silver one Red Cross emblem and one Y. M. C. A. emblem. Miss Mar shall represented the Red Cross em blem, Mr. Wyatt the Y. M. C. A. and William Clayton the silver star. Mr. C. E. Winston presented the flag to the church in a splendid manner, and Mr. C. E. Wyatt accepted the flag in behalf of the church in a talk so touching that there was hardly a dry eye in the audience. ' A solo by Mr. Gates and chorus by the choir, followed by a talk on loy alty by the minister were thoroughly enjoyed, and as the audience blended together in the love song "Bless Be the Tie that Binds," all felt a near ness of spirit that only such an oc casion can produce. Special Service at " Grace Episcopal Church The regular service was held at the Episcopal church yesterday - and a special service for the blessing of the service flag, which flag contained the following names: Wm. A. Anderson, Sergeant Edwin C. Anthony, Lieuten ant Joseph Bell, Robert Clarkson, Capt. Edward Drake, Sergeant Chas. E. Harris, Lieutenant. Charles Lloyd, Gordon Moorhead, Robert Moorhead, Walter Moorhead, Thomas Pasteur, Capt. Brantley Weathers, Lieutenant Paul Weathers, Horace Whetstone and, one gold star for Simeon La grange Sistrunk. The beautiful Episcopal ritual nev er seemed more appropriate than in this patriotic service.. The music was especially-fine and spirited. The rector spoke in his usual awak ening ana neart moving iasnion, bringing to bear upon the questions of the hour the glorious promises of Holy Writ, to him who like the Shepherd Boy of old fights valiantly against the mighty in wickedness. Mr. Ottmann urged more general attendance at service for public prayer as a part of our duty to our brave defenders, because worship is the no blest exercise of the soul, Opening as it does all the ways between us and God, and releasing our holier powers which are smothered in self-healing our perturbed spirits and cleansing too small or too insignificant for his most careful attention. . A Club Will Give Red Cross Aid The pretty and patriotic young la dies who compose the A Club are go ing, to help in the good Red Cross cause in the most acceptable way. On Saturday night, April 20, .at the Woman's Club, they are going to give a subscription dance and card party, the profits from which will go to the Red Cross. Card tables can be reserved for 25 cents each player. Apply to Miss Adela Ax or Miss Caroline Harriss. The party will assemble at eight o'clock. Needham's orchestra will fur nish the music. Admittance, 50 cents; for a couple, 75 cents. Punch will be served. , Everybody should show their ap preciation of these young ladies' plan to help out in such a pleasant way. War Relief Tea The Daughters of the Confederacy cordially invite the ladies and gentle men to attend a tea they will give at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bullock Tuesday afternoon, April 16, 3:30 to 6:30 o'clock. A delightful-aft ernoon is being planned. The pro ceeds from this tea will go to. the American hospital No. 1, in France. Be sure to attend. At the Temple Today Mabel Normand in "Dodging a Mil lion" a six reel Goldwin, which usu ally shows for 20 cents will be seen this evening and tomorrow for" 10 and 15 cents. Mr. W. T. Gary after a most en joyable visit to his family, left yes terday for Princeton, N. J., after which he will go to France to do Y. M. C. A. work. Ocala parts with Mr. Gary with great reluctance. He will be greatly missed for he has taken an active part in every good work in our town, but all trust he may be most successful in his new work, and re turn to us bearing many deserving honors. Mr. and Mrs. William Stroud left Saturday for their new home in Ar cadia. Many warm friends, while wishing them every success in their new home, will regret their departure. Mrs. Stroud as Miss Nellie Beckham was much loved here, being an active worker in church circles and always ready and willing to lend a helping hand in every good cause. Every good wisn goes witn tnem to tneir new home. Mrs. F. B. Hester and daughter, Miss Eva Hester, who have been the appreciated guests of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee, returned to their home in Evinston Saturday. They report that their son, Mr. Corrie Hester, who has been in Cambridge, Mass., for several months, will go to France at an early date. li SAVE WHEAT FLOUR Use These Substitutes Barley Flour Rice Flour Corn Flour Corn Starch Oat Meal Oat Flakes Nutrimeal (Peanut Meal) Rice Corn Meal Corn Grits All in Bulk (Continued on Fourth Page) BLITCHTON Not Substitutes Rye Flour Graham Flour 50-50 Flour (Rye& Wheat) We can supply you 0. fi. TEA GRQCE Phones 16 & 174 POT RY Blitchton, April 13. Miss Annie Pope Eagleton of Ocala closed hei school here last Friday, with the fol lowing program: "The First Pair of Breeches": Bax ter McKay. "Vacation Time": Harry Ricks. "Our Hired Girl": Lilian Blitch. Song, "Dixie Division": SchooL "Baby's Soliloquy": Julia McKay. "Molly's Little Ram": dinner God win. Days of the' Week: Seven children. Song, "Our Little Soldier Men." Flag drill by six children. Recitation, "When Mama was i Little Girl": Lois Blitch. . Recitation, "Baby at Church": Lyd la Coulter. Play, "Aunt Lucindy Stays": Seven pupils. Recitation, "Green Watermelon" Arthur McKay. Recitation, "Tale of a Dog": Harry Ricks. ; " - "Jigging" "Uncle Rastus": Bax tef McKay and Harry Ricks. -Dialogue, "Lucindy's Mistake": Oda Blitch and dinner Godwin. "Auld Lang Syne": School. Patrons and friends of the school brought baskets and everybody en joyed a picnic dinner after the exer cises. Messrs. B. R. and Landis Blitch at tended the agricultural meeting in Ocala last week. A number of our. people attended the teachers' meeting at Fellowship. Mr. Loonis Blitch spent the week end with Mr. Alonzo Folks at Juliette. Mrs. M. L. Ferguson of Tampa ar rived Tuesday to see her father, Mr. W. L. Hammons, who is quite ill. Dr. Blitch arrived home Wednes day from South Florida. ' Dr. n. W. Henry's office telephone is number 436; residence telephone Is number 340. ' TIRES FOR TOURING over the rough roads to points of great scenic beauty must and should be of the highest type. It does not pay to start out on a tour with only aver age tires on your car. The enjoyment will turn, into disappointment when the punctures and blow-outs come. Avoid this almost absolutely by using Goodrich Road Tested tires. BIALOCK BROTHERS VULCANIZING PHONE 78 107 OKLAWAHA Buy .War Stamps Now Save Food By Using Our Ice Freely It's Cheap and Food is High Prompt Service, Full Weight and Cour teous Treatment go with our Ice, and if you doiTt get them, phone us at once. Ocala Ice k PaeMitg Co. PHONE 34 OCALA, FLA. TheU.S. Food Administration writes, urging that we help them bring to the attention of our customers the im-v portance of saving wheat. Use Calnniet TTT4 H TTft H 1W with Corn and Other Coarse Flours. And you will have satisfactory, wholesome results. 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