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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, THURSDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 16, 1915. Si Peojle Events By Celia My rover t Rolinson. f SENTINEL SONGS. When falls the cause of right, The poet grasps his pen, And fai gleaming letters of light. . , Transmits the troth to men. ,living Go, songs, he says who sings Go, tell the world this tale; Bear it afar on your tireless wings; The right will yet prevail. Songs, strand like t the thunder's breath 1 Boom o'er the world and -say: Brave men may die; Right has no death! v Truth never shall pass away! Go,' sing through a nation's sighs! , ? Go, sob through people's tears! ; Sweep the horizon of all the skies , And throb through thousand years! K "-' Father Ryan. WEEKLY MEETING OP SENIOR vGIRLS FRIENDLY. ; The Senior Girls Friendly Society will have its regular weekly meeting at 6:30 p. m. today. All members are requested to be present. " -y. MITE BOX i OPENING. The regular quarterly mite box opening of the Woman's Missionary Society of the Gadsden Street Meth odist church will be held this after noon at 3 o'clock,. Mrs. Creary pre siding, v . - ' .. The following interesting program has been arranged after which re freshments will be served. , : Song. ' - " Song1 Mrs. Leslie WellsT TtXk, by Miss Carrie Lena Moffitt, ' returned missionary from China. Violin solo Cassins Osgood. All who are interested are urged to attend. . . ;. EASTERN '' . TRIP. Judge John C Avery will leave to night for a trip to New York, Boston and Philadelphia, Judge Avery having been called away on professional bus While in the east Juwge and Mrs. Avery will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mr. S. G. Richard son, "at their home near Boston. , RETURNED FROM VISIT TO CAPITAL. Mrsx James MacGIbbon has return ed from Tallahassee where she was delightfully entertained for several weeks as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Guyte P. McCord. DINNER AT THE , SAN CARLOS. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Berry will en tertain a number of friends at dinner Saturday evening at the San Carlos hotel. ' j ' . ' ; : ; MARRIAGE OF MISS PARISE AND MR. ANGELINI. '- A quiet wedding of the week was that of Miss. Edith May Parise and Mr. Charles P. Angelini which took Dlace Wednesday morning at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Parise. The nuptial ceremony was performed by Father Kennedy, of St. Michael's Catholic church. The only attendants were Mrs. M. Hamilton, matron-of-honor, and Mr. PauI'Garity, best man. Mr. and Mrs. Angelini are spending their honeymoon in Montgomery and , will go to Atlanta late to live. j Mrs. Angelini is a pretty and at tractive young woman with a wide circle of friends in Pensacola. Mr. Angelini, who has been employed in the construction work of the custom ' house, is also very popular here. BEAUTIFUL RECEPTION IN . TUSCALOOSA FOR PENSACOLA WOMAN. As a compliment to her house guest Mrs. Sherry Thomas McAdams, of Pensacola, Fla., Mrs. Harry Burnham McGahey entertained this afternoon with one of the notably recherche functions of the winter season, says the Tuscaloosa Times-Gazette. The splendid anti-belram home of . the Henry Bacon Fosters on Greens ' boro avenue was the chosen scene of this hospitality and in elaborate Re tail .Mrs. McGahey'a reception was in .keeping with the ideal surround- FRUIT CAKE Stone's, 50c per pound Duchess, 50c per pound DeLuxe, 60c per pound. From t a. m. t S p. m. Phone ,798 Prom S a. m. to t p. jm. Phone 33' 4 I THE FAN DEAWU BY EVA SHSPItESlX in of this splendid place. ; The lor floor was opened en suite and thapartment were adorned through- ou with woodland smilax. Draperies an festoons of this graceful rreenery en rcled the doors and fell from the wijdow cornices. The chandeliers weV wreathed with smilax and cafeht with filmy tulle showers. Em phasizing the cheery aspect of the re cetion hall, crimson carnations were thjohosen flowers oiV adornment, setiing out' their: fragrant, spicy arkna on every side. h the drawing room with its rose am old ivory finishings of motif of gren and white prevailed, and was acentuated with the use of manv feiis and exquisite white carnations wflch were thrust into crvstal vases. Wlite taners bnrnd honoafh' an green shades into crystal vases, Wlite tapers burned beneath silver anl green shades in crvstal candcla. bri, having a verdant setting of smi- W ropes and fern fronds. Pink and wlite tones' transformed the dining room into an anartment of wrmfortf! eauty and he table was symphony a the chosen shade of pink and white. fin Imported cloth was spread oh the polished board and centered with gor geous silver" basket filled with tink chrysanthemums enfringed with fern ana uea witn a broad bow of pink satin ribbon." ? Bon-bons filled silver bowls and pink tapers burned in sil ver sticks to which smilax and tulle extended. Many ; .silver candelabra bearing pink tapers were everywhere placed and cast a rosy hue over this beautiful scene. "; " - A holiday motif, which is so nonu- lar at this season and always so gay and lovely,-was evidenced in the li brary, where gay poinsettia vied in beauty with crimson berried holly, which was used in greatest profusion. The spirit of Christmas was conta gious and the guests , lingered long amid the congenial atmosphere of this apartment. Cards were received at the door bv a ioveiy little Miss Cornelia Foster in her daintiest lace and ribbon party irocK. lhe group of matrons extend ing welcome in the hall included Mrs. Henry Bacon Foster. Mrs. Husrh Prince and Mrs. Glenn Foster. In the drawing-room Mrs. McGahey, who is the .embodiment of magnetism and enthusiasm, received her friends mos cordially. This lovely young matron was more than usually attractive in a pale green chiffon evening robe adorned with' pink rose buds which was vastly becoming to her decided brunette type of beauty. Mrs. Mc Adams wore a strikmcrly handsome Dutch style gown built f blue taffeta veiled in black embroidered net and a touch of pink gave just that tone of distinction necessary -for this smart toilette. Other handsomely gowned matrons receiving with Mrs. McGa hey and her honor "guest were: Mrs. Lovett Wade of Columbus, Ga., Mrs, Charles Flmn, Mrs. Thomas Hill, Mrs. ank Darl, Mrs. Robert Charles Allison and Mrs. Condie William Tay lor. . . Serving a refreshing ' muscadine punch from a prettily appointed table in the real hall were Misses Jane Austin and Mary Lee Webb. In the dining-room a delicious pink mousse was served by Mrs. Henry Augustine Jones and Mrs. William Maxwell. Tha bevy of lovely girls serving this con fection, with angel cake and bon-bons, included Misses Annie Wallace Hayes, Cherokee Vande Graaff, Estelle Har grove, Wilhelmenia Monnish, and Louise Cooper. ' Presiding over the coffee urns in the library were Mrs. L. O. Dawson and Mrs. Emma Fant. This delicious beverage was served with fruit cake and glace nuts by Mrs. C. D. Town- send and Mrs. Archie Leland. ' Mrs. McGahey ' was fortunate in having as the inspiration of her re ception, one so lovely as Mrs. Mc Adams an dseveral hundred callers availed themselves of the opportunity of meeting this charming young ma tron, who is receiving much social at tention in Tuscaloosa.' How to Peel Off a Weatherbeaten Face It realty a simpl mattar t M&vaU a Cm Mtlad by dirt, wind or cold. Or dinary meroollxd u. uMd ttk oold eretn. will transform to worwt old com plexion Into en of sriom y whiteness and valvar seftaMM. It UteraBy P off the outer veil of auKae skin, bat so featly. . gradually, there's no discomfort. The worn out sun eomes oo. not m p&tebes. vldenoe of the treaunant. Tn youasrer hMithter tiBdr-skln formtas; the new oonplaxloa fa on of eaptiTatlna; IotbM nes. Oqa oone of nrousd wax. to be bad t any dm store, is enoogrh to re move any ooars. chapped, pimpled, freckled, faded or sallow skin. Apply before rettrtac; washing; It off roorn'.ngs. Many sKims wnnide easily with every wind that Mow. An excellent wrinkle remover, beeaus it tightens the skin and strengthens relaxed muscles. 1 a wash lotion made as fellows: Powdered saxo llte, 1 os., dissolved in witch has, one half pint. This gt) immediate results. (Adv) w. o. w. DAN Thursday, Dec. 16, 1915. at W. O. W. HALL RemiM aa4 Baytoii FairchfldB Orchestra Right reserved to refuse admittance to objectionable parties. v PRICE 10 and 25 Cents Ospyrlfkt by Eerbert TvaASng. Sfta It will behoove the men to beware this winter as we all have beard the havoe a lovely pair of ere and a fan hav caused. Faas ar everywhere, the shops are filled with them, some are lar;, vary lars;, while others ar small and oddly formed, and fashioaod from all srta of materials. Those I like most are the lars Plnraed tans. X saw a lovely on at Altman's f whit ostrich plume with ivory sticks. It was so large one could easily hide behind it I asked the saleslady if it were not only for sta wear, she replied; "Goodness, no; all the fashion able ladies are! buying them.' Mrs. C. Robinson, Mrs. H. G. Huggini, Mrs. C. H. Rutan, Misses Inez John son, Mary Rutan, Pauline Mickler, Maude Gunn, Maude Crook, Sallie Crawford, Margaret Davis and Pearl Casey. VISIT IN - V TENNESSEE.. , Miss Sadie Kugelman leaves to night for Memphis, (Tennessee where she will visit Miss Jennie Klein who is so pleasantly remembered in Pen sacola as Miss Kugelman's guest dur ing her debut year... ' GRADUATING CLASS OF GRAM MAR SCHOOL HOLDS DECEM BER MEETING. The regular, monthly meeting of the eighth grades- of the grammar school was held at 2 o'clock Wednes j - ii . ivuay aiternoon in uie assemoiy roam or the school. The attendance recora showed one hundred and forty-five members present and five teachers. The members of grade 8-A furnish ed the entertaining program which follows: f Piano soloHelen ' Burgoyne. . f Reading, Beloved of the Angels Charles Virgin. Reading, The Spelling, Season- Elizabeth Jennings. v Violin solo Intermezzo from Cava lier Myra Quina. Reading, When Jimmy Blacked the Baby Mike Bell. Reading, The Two Little Fir Trees Eula Vickery. Piano Duet Barcarde Bertha Lischkoff, Miriane Olsen. Reading, I Got to Go to School James Gerelds. ' Reading, Miss Edith Helps Things Along Marjorie Smith. Composition Life of 'Sam Davis Oliver Semmes. ChorusIs There Any Better Coun try Than the U. S. A? Class. At the close of the program Miss Reese, principal of the school, pre sented Annie Pooley, a member of grade 8-8, with five dollars, a part of the prize money which she won for School No. 1, by standing last for the city schools in the spelling contest of the Escambia county fair. CHRISTMAS ENTERTAINMENT AT SCHOOL NO. 85. School No.! S5 wfl celebrate the be ginning of the Christmas vacatioi with a beautiful entertainment, giver by the children this morning at 1C o'clock, when .the following program will be carried out: 1. Christmas songs. , (a) Christmas Carols School. ' (b) A Jolly Old Fellow Grade One. (c) Somebody's Coming Grade j Two. (d) Do You Hear the Christmas Bells? Grades Three and Four. 2. Christmas Customs In Many Lands Given by 18 pupils in cos tume. 3. Model Singing Lessons Grade Five. 4. .Swedish Folk Dance Girls, Grades Three and Four. 5. German Chasing Game, German Klapp Dance Graf One. 6. .Lullaby from Wang tirade Three. 7. English Folk Dance, Hansel and Gretel Grade Two. 8. Calisthenics Boys Grade Three and Four. 9. Swedish Folk Dance Girhs Grade Four- 10. Flag Song Grades Three and Four. Address Rev. John Brown. The Pur food Stori 1720 Phones 1721 SMITH-HUGGINS ANNOUNCEMENT. Freeport, Fla., Dec. 15. A number of friends of Mrs. S. E. Huggins gath ered at her home in response to an invitation received Monday. The guests were met at the door by little Julia Elizabeth. McCaskill, the four-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. J. McCaskill, Jr. who looked very attractive in a hand embroidered dress ?f white voile. After a few minutes conversation little Julia Elizabeth gave to each guest an envelope on which were writ ten these words, "A Secret." The envelopes on being opened were found to contain a dainty hand painted card, cupid being in one corner and "Aman da and Mr. Smith are to be married Dec 22." Later the guests were invited into the beautifully decorated dining room where a color scheme, of pink and green was carried out and a salad and sweet course served. Those present were Mrs. J. D. Russ, Mrs. J. J. McCaskill, Jr., Mrs. David Evans, Mrs. W. J. Hicks, Mrs. Z. T. Crook, Mrs. R. L. Burnham, Mrs. Hardy Crawford Mrs. John Morris, Mrs. W. T. Morris, Mrs. A. N. Parker, iif?!::c turtle Are you looking for the store that sells the famous candies made by Whitmans? They are sold only through special agencies. We are the agents. Call and spect our display. Once a taste, always a friend. Imitations ' are many but they can't deliver the quality. More Whitman's sold in Pensacola all other fine candies combined. in- than BAZAAR Olvwi by tn tadt First Msth. dtst ohuroh at Quttman's old stand. ; SATURDAY, Dec. 18 DINNER AND tUPPER WIU. B SERVED The Leader: The Standard of America. v BALKCOM DRUG XQ. "The Prescription Store." 1 "When You Think of Coal Think of Cary." PMtr Phones-4, tS, fit and 1S4. T Don't Feel Good" That ta what a lot of Deool tau vs Usually tboir bowola only &ed elaaaalns. Orderlies i wnl do the trick and mak you feet line. We know this positively. Taka on to- nignt. Bold only y us, w cants. The Crystal Pharmacy Brsnt Bulldlna. TTdD PLEASE A TyDARI For His Christmas Give Him ' C0AR OR A POPE All the Leading Brands and a Complete Asaort ; ment of Pipes. ON THE CORNER J. PINKUSSOHN CIGAR CO. PALAPOX AND ROMANA Guns and Bicycles Repaired Wilson-Biggs Co. 22 South Palafox NEW! NEW ? N w The Crystal Pharmacy Phones: 921-922. Thfe very atmosphere of the store is tingling with newness. It's an inspiration that you receive from the wonderful displays of dainty new crisp merchan dise in every department. You feel the inspiration the moment you enter the store and it reaches a cli max when you see the new advanced spring styles in Afternoon Dinner Dresses and . Dancing Frocks All the desired fabrics and colors are represented. And there is much of interest to you in the way of new SUITS AND COATS at exceedingly duced rates. re- $5.50 Boys' Blue Serge Suits for $3.49 C ASHMAN'S 119 South Palafox. Pensacola Crockery Co J toys, Dolls, Cut Glass China, Eaml snd Aluminum , War tl Bast Osraan. Ptton ttft. RHODES - COLLINS Furniture Co. Complete House Furnisher!. The Parlor Market mt. Fresh Western Meats. FOUUTRY, EOO AND OREEN VlROCERlEt. PHONES 17-T74. GUTMAN'S The Store , Noted for Values. 107 S. Palafox Street. The Journal's Want Ad Way !