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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 31, 1914.
Section Two People and Events By CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON. I'PHOriE 4 I i 38 ALUMNI BANQUET BRILLIANT AFFAIR AT THE SAN CARLOS Bright comradeship and ga.y good will were the distinguLshlnKT features of the annual banquet of the. alumni association of the Fensacola, hif?h school last r.igrht in the main cafe of th San Carlos hotel. A long table stretching the full lnrth of the dining room accommo dated the banqueters. The hour of the festivity -was elprht o'clock and before the 'banquet a rfr cption committee from the alumni greeted the ruests on the mezzanine. This committee comprised Mrs. Chas. Mayes of San Dlepo, California, of the first class to sradtiate from the high sohool. Mr. William TyJer of the fac ulty, Ir. Bertram Dannheisser. Misses Occie Clubbs, Ada White. Paula Herschkovttz. Blmyra Richard!, Vera Green and Florida Wedte. A pretty oompBmerrt to the new members of the as?ociation. the grad- , uating cla-ss were the appointments of the table. The class colors, pink and white, were used, and the table centered with a mound of pink roses. A single roso was given as a fa.vor and the place cards were daintily dec orated with roses. Dr. Bertram Dannheisser acted fl toastmaster and responses were made by Mrs. Mayes, Miss White, Mr. Quin tln Borra.s, Miss Vera. Green, Miss Goldine Jacoby, Miss Jodie Sullivan and Miss Dorothy Osgood. Mr. B. B. Lane, principal of the high school for the past year was guest of honor at the banquet. Mr. Jane has ma.de himself universally popular with the student body and the alumni and the choice was a happy one. Covers were laid for Mr. Tane, Mr. Crary. Mr. Brawner, Mr. Edwards and Mr. Hays of the school board. Mrs. Mayes, '05; Mrs. Frank Welles, Miss Lillie Williams and Miss Occie Clubbs, '06; Miss Ada White, "07; Miss Florence Halsey, Miss Ethel Brough ton, Mr. Robert Stout, Mr. Charles Overman, Mr. Quintin Borroa, '08; Dr. Bertram Darmheisser, '10; Misses Eola Williams, Paula Herschkovitz and Goldine Jacoby, '11; Misses Vera Green. Bella Bowes, Christine Morri son, Florida Waite, Mr. Jesse Walton, Mr. Rosooe Davis, '12; Mleeea Ludle Gray, Jyucile Boyer, Ruth Van Pelt, Mary Jones. Jodie Sullivan, Elmyra Richards, Mr. Oliver Marston. Mr. Albert Caro. Mr. Walter Hoer. '13; Misses Claire Sheppard, Lillian Smith. Lena. Xobles, Easran Caro, Beret h Petterson, Eunice Clopton. Nell Yates, Audrey Coons. Lola. Lee DanieJJ. Lola Johnson, Kathleen Morrison, Kath leen Monroe, Aliie Davis, Dorothy Os good, Beth Walton. Kathleen Caro. Gladys Smith. Pattie Carter. Annie Krentzman, Mr. Albert iLaney, Mr. James Cook, Mr. Sidney Davis. Mr. Marion Gray, Mr. Jennings Hersch kovitz, Mr. Lou Caro, '14. THE SAND PILE. jm w rr-u i rip The little square on our street Is thronged again, As May spreads out her stmshtne's jenld for love of men; But there are folk Who rwv er see)s This park of ours; Because," they say. "there are no trees. Or grrass, or flowers, And they go proudly otherwhere To find the flowers. It's true where greenins: errasg sho-tild be Ts du?t a-blowlng; And where. In other finer squares. Are fountains flowing. With gaudy flowers of every hue Resplendent made, A sand pile only we possess. Unblessed by shade. tiut m the snnd pile children play Long; laughing: hours. And grow and blossom with the May, These babes of ours! These little ones of ours! - I would not be so blind as they Who passing, say: "There are no flowers!" By Bonnie R. Ginger. -- ,v .'.T-c. -a, t mm I AWft All - ..5" . 3 Tbere are many ways to acquire thirst There's hut one best way to quench it CheroCola Cools Refreshes Stimulate? IN ICED BOTTLES ANYWHERE LOOK FOR THE LABEL Bottlea by CHERO-COLA BOTTLING CO. PENSACOLA, FLORIDA. This instrument is a YictroU IV. $15 Other styles $:5 to $:00 aiy terms, if desire i "Everybody's doing it" Hear the Victrola play tlance music and you'll understand why home dancing is so extremely popular. Perfect dance music Victor Dance Records are made under the supervision of Mr. and Mrs. .Vernon Castle, the yrcatest exponents of the modern dances. Easy to have whenever you want every home can afford a Victrola. Stop in any time and hear the latest dance music. ;QepuaIii; uie House Distributer. 119 South Palafox Street HONOR ROLL FROM SCHOOL NO. 40. In every pchool and class we find honor pupils those who "work and win" and school Xo. 4 0 1s proud of her honor roll this year. In Grade 4. Section A. Mrs. A. K. Suter teacher, there were two boys, Aymprd rjouglass and Victor Borst, 1 who made two grades in a year hav ing entered the third grade in Sep tember and being: promoted at the end I of the first, term both of these boys ! completed the course with an average of over per cent. In the same class Frank Salmon also completed two grades in the year, but with not quite ! so high an average. I In Grade 3, Section A, Miss Tuc.ia ' Spencer teacher, Majorie Mariner made two shades, completing the course of second a.nd fhlrd grades in the eight months. The honor roll for tho whole school is as follows, giving the two highest in each class: Grade 4, Sec. A Florrla Barker, 94.3; Aymard Douglass. 3. Grade 4. Sec. B. Martha Peters, 96.1 ; Fortea Philips, SC. Grade 3, Sec. A Monroe Campbell, 9S.6: Dora Evans, 97.6. Grade 3. See. B Annie May "Way, 97; Hilda Bingham, 95.5. Grade 2. Seo. A Imogene Butter, Wiimer Walker. Grade 2, Sec B Call Quigley, 97; Margaret Allison, 97. Grade 1. Sec. B Mary Lee Isanhour, 96; John Mosley, 94.9. J liJ ...-l.il. a. lovely decoration for the living room' where the. games wero plavid. and 1 the dining room, where the guests !) went for luncheon. Two da:nty bou doir caps, for the- gam and consola tion trophiea t ere won by Miss Eliza beth Simon, of Xew York, and Miss Blanche Wolf, of Montgomery. The guest of honor was presented with a dainty piece of lingerie. The guests were Miss Rotholss, Miss Lillian RothoK Miss Wolfe. Miss Si mon, Mrs. Edgar Joseph, Mrs. B. A. Fox, Miss Fannie Jacobs, Miss Berthx Levy, Miss Caroline Weil of Nashville. n ; ;p s he. i?ruii I S-tnd.a.v with ! and MISS ELSIE FIES IS BRIDGE LUNCHON HOSTESS. Miss Elsie Fies entertained at bridge luncheon Thursday in honor of Miss Cecilo Rotholz, a charmnig bride-to-be, says the Birmingham News. Only tho attendants to take part In the marriage of Miss Rotholz and Mr. Simon, were Included In the list o guests. Sweet, peas were used to form SMALL AND INFORMAL PARTIES. Small and informal card parties, where eight or twelve congenial friends gathered together for their fa-vori-te game were pleasant events of the week and among those who enter tained for a. few in this way were Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Wright and Miss B-aisv Hyer. Thursday evening twenty friends -f Mrs. Must in. wife of ."apta:n Must in. I. S. X.. gave her a happy surprise in the form of a moving picture party, and, after there was a supper at the Muslin homo on the bayshore. Tollard. May 30. -v of Pine Barren pert home, fi'lks, here. Mr. and Mrs. YV'.lcy r''"wi.ii!g the Misses Mary Ma pes ; r. .1 ; ; 00 I Barnes of Montgomery, are the sruosts I of Mrs. W. B. Jerrican. ! Miss Mary A! too Jornigan his re- j turned homo after a pleasant visit ! with rein 1 Ives in l.eaks il!e. Miss. j Mr. Ed Kennedy is at home a era in, after a. vry lengthy sf.",y in Tpx::. I WOMAN RESTORED EOFOL STOMACH REMEDY MRS. MARY FORD FINDS QUICK RELIEF FROM BILIOUSNESS AND DIGESTIVE ILLS. Hemedy from the very ffrsV Messer;-. E'.iwarils a: I l.i in pt on .! , :1 1 .011 is 1 n a ,- spent Wilie S :n- HAVE RETURNED FROM WARD - BELMONT. Misses Elm ire and Gladys Bell, pretty young daughters of Mr. Mrs. S. IT. Bel'., returned Tlvir; from Ward-Belmont. the itnd de v a " 1 n Mt-.-s ery. at lishiiii; Mrs guest Cle';de Aliss friends Rev. ns.iiNua. ers. 'i eo. Moleomb of Montgom- id Jos Walton are enjoyinsr a ' trip down the E.--c;i m i ; 1 river, i Moore of M o ; s Yint er v , is the i :f her da Jsrhtet. Mrs. James 1 .in. j Ar.nte Stallwrth is visiting j i'i 1 '.re t on. I Mr. O'Brien of f "olttrn l-n . Miss , f a verj- successful reviv Itist eliur.-ii. Mr. ' ' Hripn f great ability ai d he has fr:end, during itis stav Sterling on Silver Karat on Go Id an dy These are hallmarks of the highest possible standards of quality. "Her" box at all times should be Chocolates and Bon Bons Tnless she prefers as her particular choice the distinctly different Mary Garden Chocolates for which we are sole agents. (Juoting Mary Garden herself: "Your chocolates are really the finest T have ever tasted anvwhere in the world.'' candies on Ice ?e to We hare just had installed a fine larrre McCrav Candv Refrirrerator C; keep our candies fresh and crisp. The steadily growing business we have enjoyed on these two fines candies necessitates our getting larger shipments and to assure our customers the per fection of exquisite, absolutely fresh confections we have installed this hand some case. Candies now reach you as fresh as if you got them at the factories. V. F. Balkcom Drug Co. Phone 19. 17 South Palafox Street. JAMES MERWIN HOST AT AFTERNOON PARTY. Wednesday afternoon .Tames Mcrwiri of 90!) North Spring strei-r. entert iiiir-.l a number of his boy friends In honor of his eleventh birthday. The boys went in a body to the Isis theatre, returning to James's home about half-past six: here they found everything to eat which a boy likes, ice cream, cake, candy, etc., punch was serv ed as a drink, the punch bnul heing presidde over by Mrs. J. II. Pace. The tahie was very prettily decorated, nasturtiums in large numbers being used. James received many very nice presents from 11 is friends. Those present were: '"ha?. Collins, Victor I'alcom. F!en TTan-ccl, Ray mond Marsh. 'has. Ounp. .Tack Kehne, Jack Cant, Allen Gant. A skin Murn'iv. T'.en Roninson. t'ecil Rogers Enwrence Rogers Gen. !iver, Randall Haget m.m and Eon is Hell. HAIR GOODS. Mrs. Sarah Beirne. 260 E. Chase street, manufacturer and dealer in hair gouds, switches, braids and pompa dours. Orders left at the Beirne Cigar Store lobbyj Blount building, will receives prompt attention. is con.tuctii' al at i lie T5; is a n or;i tor made many here. .Tolin Ptttrnnn of Rrewtou. was a bus iness cailer ;:ere Tuesday. Or. and Mrs. Stall worth of Jay, were Isttors here o; Tiiday fternooi!. T'oilard and V", ergre:-n crossed hats l'r-re on Tiif.-iiv ;i f; enioon. Ti;e s,-orc 10 ! S in f.r.oi- of roh.iru. Mrs. Mary Ford, 1510 V. t'h'irch St.. Jaclvsonville, Fia.. suffeied from biliousness and stoma' h tn:ilds. SI:" tr:-d many treatments with no suc cess. Then she :--"k Mayj-'s Wonder ful Stomach llnnoily, Tiie lirst lose convinced hr. Phj wrot e: "1 e T.-ikei the sample treatment and must say lh it it relied me in stantly. .1 he ffsu,ts veto tin .va t !Sl'Hetor . It i-a'in' I m a.wa v a. .trre.it a nro-.ttit of about fifteen gait stones. sincerely .': pprecirt .e It. Plertse send me i he full treatment." Just like t hous-i nds of oM f-rs in all parts of the country. Mrs. Fr-rd found out. the merits of Mivr's Woud'U-ful l i i a n pass a lid I Stotn.vh j (lose. j Mayr's Wondcifnl Stomach rtammiy . clears the digestive tmct of mucoid j 3vrf liorus ji.nd removes poisonous matter. Tt brings nulck relief to suf -I fi r;-rs from ailments of the. ntomnch, !:vcr and bnweh. Mn.ny declare It ha '.-ivid ihtiu noin da.ngeroii opera (lions and many are euro thai It has ) s.iv-.i their lives. I'",--! ,iso of its wonderful (fiiVA.t jihero are many i mi 'a t ots of thl ron ! '-ry, so lie. cjiutious. Tt iwuro lts ! May rs. Go to The 'rystal IMiarmncy I or I :,i llo'om rn:g 'o. and ask about the wonderful results It. has been ieotnplistiinar or setxl to Geo. II. M r, M fg. Gh-mist, 1 .-.!-.! Whiting St. , ' '1 'tcag. 111., for free book mi stomach : Itnenl:- and many grateful letter from peopirt who have, been restored ;.nv ihuK-irist can tell you its won -lilerfiil fffects. (Adv.) FOR M -. Sh. lev aere M is. J. da uiiii tor Mrs. C. Tter of F; if. i u! n We. i r;e-(i:i-W. KeMey "is !i F.ori:reen. T. Wicrgins, ?ir. was n e ni c; isit ' ng her and Mrs MEMORIAL SERVICES WOODMEN'S CIRCLE. The members of the Woodmen's Girele, Oak (Iroe Xo. 4, that were se lect, d to take fart in ihe m.-niorial services will pb'-aso he on baud Mon day. June lvt at 11:30 p. in. for pra.c I ;. e. MEETING OF MAGNOLIA TEMPLE NO. 4. Magnolia Tempi Xo, 4, Pythian Sis ters, will bolrl the. regular meetintr Weelnesday afternoon at i'clock, and members a.rn requested to be. present, fix there w.U be eleetlnii of o'licers, and evther Important business to come befoto th meet Ins;. Wii W. II. Jcrniprau. Mr. and Mrs. lov. ning and Misse Ku in and Wiiiiams, Pesste n la y. Mnry A .Ternigan. Grace Hirnes nnd Ia i .May Mapes and Mr. arid Mrs. Po! of mc cai selves at ptn's !a; Mrs. 1 Farrish e. .Miss Pa Manv !r"w;en are -r-;1ov 'Kamyi Komfort" Child Cross? Feverish? Sick? A cross, peevish, iisGoss ch.iil. with ' oat'-d tongii". pah'. doeu't s!ep; r-nts Wiley j aonietimes vrv little, then npun r.iv- ie j oViei isly ; stomach sour: breath fetid : '-e pa i r.s lu H'lmsiii, with fliarr'noea ; i j gritidc i eeih while asleep, and starts rt j up v. it h terror al! suggest a Worm liter t ''.em- en Wig- iry Frirr !-'!on-a t . Pi :: c.V ito.-s ii here ec! Mi.-s is the e-i .Tcmtgau The Thursd !ary P io.st Of stem ish and Miss rtnbv i, are the gue:- t of oni Pre w ion were 'i":ns o1 Prewtori. si st er. M rs . i ' . p . Killer a pd r Kicks n b o sometliing t? '.most every' .nil Worm' K 1 1 today. Stnrf i at ep..,S -,voims, luld bus them, er' is needed. Get t once You won't have to co.n. ns K 'oka poo Worm Kill er Is a candy confection. Fit pels the worms, the cuse of your chi'd's trou- iil;ir meet :r.sr next i in the hall. Several j to be Initiated at v to nn vc : t s res -Til esd.i y a ft ernoic new memtiers ;M"e his meeim. , ! 1 hit - ' c a : your rirupctlst. A'1vV i Monday is bargain day at The Crystal Pharmacy. 10 cakes Ivory or Octagon soap for 25c with each cash pur chase of $1.00 or more. The Journal's "Want Ad. IVay" will get you results. Trv an ad. in these columns members are the m er fi P.iT. Urge. to p e.-,t at RECEPTION AT THE Y. W. C A. The reception at the Y. W. f was a. very phaanr affair, but ow to various causes not as many- were expected were, there5. The guest.- wto received bv Ml" n?r Orr and Mrs. A j other orhoers be: M isses 'or t j Plount presided ruin, several of ii out of town. T :mpon a. id Mr!S at the punch bowi. MARRIAGE INVITATIONS Reception and Visiting Cards CORRECTLY AND PROMPTLY ENGRAVED SEND FOR SAMPLES AND PRICES J. P. STEVENS ENGRAVING CO., Forty-seven Whitehall Street Atlanta, Georgia mm w&m A RE you properly equipped with clothes for good, sportive old summertime? During these vacation days you will meet many strangers; and those you meet will judge you first by what you wear. Our store is now chock-full of en ticing apparel. Our gauzy materials are just right for the soft breezes of summertime. Come in; our high-quality summer garments and low prices on them will urge you to buy. General reduction in prices, both in Ready-to-Wear and Millinery Departments. our .La iVloae 124 South Palafox Phone 337 s V