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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 23, 1913.
Section Two V 9 PERSONAL INTERESTING 11 Bx. CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON 0 CIETY PEG PLE EVEN 1 IT ft .rr : - LADIES AID SOCIETY OF SRRST BAPTIST CHURCH. The Ladies' Aid Society of the First I Paptist church, will meet on Monday I "afternoon at 3:30. i MEETING PARENTS-TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION. .. The Parents'-Teachers Association of School ,43, will meet on Monday afternoon at 2:30. Important business will come before the meeting; and all patrons are urged to attend. MEETING OF THE PASTIME EUCHRE CLUB. The Pastime. Euchre Club was very pleasantly entertained on Wednesday evening at the. home of Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Commyns, Mrs. Rady winning ace prize, Mrs. Walter Lindstrom. con solation, Mrs. M. P. Bonifay lone hand. Mr. J. G. Tniestra, winning ace ror the gentlemen, Mr. Evans, consola tion KTv Walter TJnflstpcun. lone hand. Mr.' 'and Mrs. Tniestra will entertain at the next meeting. 5 GUESTS OF MR. AND MRS. S LEON ANDERSON. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Anderson have as their jguesits their mother, Mrs. Ne.1 Anderson and their- cousin. Miss Ma die Wall .of Greenville, Ala. . WEDDING OF MR ELDER AND MRS. S PRAGUE. Mr. Wi A. Elder of Indian Springs, Ga., and' Mrs. Vashti , Sprague of Mo bile, were 'quietly married on Friday evening by the Rev. Eugene R. Pen dleton, at the Baptist parsonage. Mr. Elder is proprietor of the Calu met, a popular Georgia hotel, and' an old friend and parishioner of Mr. Pen-jdleton. ; CAXTONS TO MEET ON MONDAY WITH MISS GREEN. The Caxtons will meet on Monday Afternoon with Miss Hllma Green, 116 West Gonzalez street, for the discus sion of current events, Mrs. E. L. Reese JeadlngT On last Monday afternoon the club Siet with Miss Effle Duncan, Mrs. J. IcU Gillis leading. Mrs. Malcolm White and Mrs. James ,Van Ausdale contributed interesting (papers on Byron, delineation of char acter, temperament, and environment and heredity, as influencing his life and work, being discussed. Miss Hilma Green gave a compre hensive outline of Wordsworth, his character and his views of nature and man, as illustrated in his poems. Burns was taken up by the entire club, and his life and poems and that Sao Carlos Hotel DINNER TABLE D'HOTE 6 TO 8:30 P. M. ONE DOLLAR Escambia bay oyster cocktail Celery Radishes Salted almonds Consomme Celestine Cream St. Germain, crouton soufflee Cold jellied consomme Planked eea trout a la Finnoise Escalope of veal saute a la Hoi stein Baby lima beans . , Roman punch Nabisco wafers . Roast : spring chicken with dressing Mashed potatoes - ' Asparagus tips au gratin ' - salad a la Paysanne Rhine, wine jelly with whipped cream Strawberry ice cream Assorted cakes . . . Wisconsin briclc cheese Toasted sal tinea r Coffee SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1913. DELIGHTFUL MEETING OF THE NEW CITY THIMBLE CLUB. The New City Thimble Club met on Friday evening with Mrs. Elbert Clubbs as the cordial hostess, about sixteen members and seven invited guests enjoying Mrs. Clubbs's hospi tality. Fingers flew as the club women dis cussed future plans of work. Before the close of the afternoon, a delicious salad course was enjoyed. The club members will be enter tained by Mrs. Walter Bennett, on East Gadsden street, at the next meeting. for which they stood, thoroughly dis cussed. . Mrs. William Breen read an inter esting paper on the modern English period in literature. Favorite excerpts from the authors discussed, closed one of the most de lightful meetings of the club. SHAKESPEARE CLUB TO MEET ON WEDNESDAY. The Shakespeare Club will meet on Wednesday afternoon with Miss Mabel Green, the third act of Romeo and Juliette to be the study subject. The meeting will take place on Wednesday instead of Thursday, as the usual da y of meeting comes on Thanksgiving. OSCEOLA CLUB TO GIVE NEW YEAR. EVE DANCE. The balls given from time to time each season at the Osceola Club add much to the pleasure of the winter gaieties, and this year especially will these dances be looked forward to, as there - are to be a number of debu tantes who will make their formal bow to society this winter. One of the most important affairs of the season will be the ball - to be given by the Osceola club on New Year's eve, and society will anticipate this event with more than the usual pleasure, for it is to be one of the largest and most brilliant affairs of the winter season. . SANTA CLAUS LETTERS ARE COMING IN. The first Santa Claus letters came in yesterday. The St. Nicholas Girl will not pub lish the letters right away, but they win be published in plenty of time for Old Santa Claus to get them be sure of that. And dont forget this we want everyone to feel at liberty to write to Santa Claus. All the children, who wrote last year, and whom he so gen erously remembered. And all the little children he didn't quite get around to, if there were any. We want him to get to everybody this year. And there is one way everybody can help. And that is by letting the chil dren write Christmas letters. We want to publish more letters than ever be fore, because we don't want any little girl or little boy to hesitate to write to Santa Claus. And they may, unless they have lots of company. Mothers and fathers can help lots in this. Let your boy and girl write to Santa Claus. It will help to let the what the children want, know just what the children want. And at the eame time, it wilL help the St. Nicho las Girl. If your boy and girl, who are re membered every Christmas, write just as they always do, then the other little boy and girl, who want so to be re membered this year, will not hesitate to write. We want this to be the happiest Christmas we have ever had in Pensa cola. It is the Children's day. Grown people have no right in tHe world to appropriate it. Instead of giving .so much to each other this year ito all the grown-up people let's give to the little people. Let's make this the real anniversary of the Christ Child. No one is asked to give much'. Let each give just a little. But what we give, let us give in love to the children. ft & Hi -1 Hi Ml n 7U pi) 5 Ini in in If, i A fSTI Jf.TTi O'nATJPT brought to your bedside by an old "mammy" Clll i-ijr C ptHtl. What. home in the- South is there where delicious French Market Coffee has not been served ? ITOI" I32THlf HSt steaming hot, superbly invigorating French Market Cot AMO fee, black or with cream, milk or condensedmilk another cup? Certainly, drink all you like. It is always healthful as well a3 delicious. ITOI lLllHCllOri Its aroma cals yu- Served hot, no other coffee tastes so well and every luncheon tastes better where famous French Market Coffee is served. TAT TilTin! Of course "he" wants his coffee the real, delicious after WA ,LlllilWA dinner coffee (the real Cafe Noir). Even at Midnight -Many refresh , themselves with a cup of French Market Coffee for, like the coffee of Paris and Vienna, it's a favorite Night Cap." Its balmy, aromatic deliciousness is so different from the ordinary coffees. No home in this climate can afford to be without French Market Coffee for the perfectly sealed tins keep its flavor keep it fresh and "just right" for use. Think what it means to the South genuine French Market Coffee fresh at your grocer's for your table. - French Market Mills, New Orleans New Orleans Coffee Company, Ltd., Proprietors DIRECTIONS We recommend that you mako French Market Cof fee in your usual way. If you find it too strong:, reduce cuantity until strength and flavor are satisfactory. French Market makes more cups of good coffee to the pound than other brands, thereby reducing your coffee bill. - THE BEST "EVERY- PUSFOSE'1 COFFEES 1 1 Si '' ' a' j We Have tM& tIB0s siaudl W Gilev tiie Price Als QLett QJs JPrve Qt tt V . CEREALS. 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