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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 23, 1916.
6 BABYOLOGY People Events By CeUa Myrover Robinson. Wrtn 9 a. ww to p. m. Phone 793 Prom S p. M. Phone S3 To the Ladies of Pensacola: SIMPLE SCIENCE BY WHIC H MOTHERS MAY MAKE THEIR BABIES BEAUTIFUL AND HEALTHFUL. i" COMMENT ON THE SCOFIELD-SHEPPARD WEDDING. The " following notices from the Morenci Observer and the Daily Tele gram, of Adrian, Michigan, will be read with much interest by the friends of the bride and groom in this city: Lieut. Harold Scofield of the aero service of the United States navy, ar rived in Morenci "Wednesday for a brief visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Scofield. He as accom panied by his bride, formerly Miss Pearl Sheppard, daughter of Federal Judge Wm. B. Sheppard, of Pensa cola, Florida. Lieutenant Scofield was married in Pensacola Monday noon, and left with his bride for the north after a reception given by naval officers at the Pensacola club. They were accompanied by Miss Eleanor Scofield, a sister of the groom, who has been visiting him this winter, and they were met at Toledo by Miss Marguerite Scofield, returning from Oberlin. Lieut. Scofield is enjoying a thirty days' , furlough, subject to call. He has had several exciting experiences during his naval career, two of which nearly resulted disastrously. He had a narrow escape from drowning south of Cuba not long ago, while working on a wrecked ship, and later missed a landing in his aeroplane. The machine Help Nature Do It r Don't vnn spa rinw fa working to get rid of your colds and catarrh? The effort con tinues all the time, but in hot weather you catch a fresh cold every day or bo, add to the catarrh in your system, and soon it is chronic systemic. Your digestion suffers,- you have trouble with stomach and bowels. Get at the real disease. Clear up catarrh, and the other troubles will disappear. Aid With Peruna Peruna is a rood tonic, with special efflccy in catarrhal con ditions. . Build up your resistanr. and at the time time treat the catarrh. Supply nature with, more vigor, give your body a chance to get well, and summer win not annoy you. The healthy man, defies the weather. Peruna has, helped make countless thou sands well In the last 44 years. Use It yourself. Tablet form Is very convenient for regu lar administration. - THE PERUNA CO, COlTXaEBTS, OEXO was wrecked, but he escaped injury. In Pensacola, Florida, last Monday at high noon the marriage of Lieut. Harold Scofield ami Kiss Pearl T. Sheppard was solsmnized at the home of the bride's parents in the presence of the family and a few in timate friends. Miss Sheppard is a refined and cul tured young woman, the daughter of United States Judge William B. Shep pard and wife, member of one of the old southern families. Lieutenant Scofield is a son of Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Scofield of Morenci, a graduate of the Annapolis Naval Academy and is an officer in the naval aeronautic station at Pensacola where he ranks high. The naval officers gave a brilliant reception to the bridal party at the Osceola Club, of vhich Lieutenant Scofield is a member, accompanying the couple to the station where the bride and groom received the usual shower of rice and good wishes. The young couple arrived in Moren ci Tuesday evening, accompanied by Miss Eleanor Scofield, the only mem ber of the family attending the wed ding, she having sper.t the winter with her brother in the south and had the honor of being chosen to represent the navy as one of the maids to the queen at the Mardi Gras. Miss Margaret Scofield met' the party in Toledo on returning from a visit to Cleveland. Lieutenant Scofield ha3 a month's furlough which he aad his bride will pass with his parents. His many friends in Morenci extend congratula tions to the lieutenant and his bride. it 21 If nature has given baby out-sta nding ears nature's mistake may be corrected with bandages of soft c heesecloth bound firmly about the head. The fourth of a series of article s giving simple rules any mother may follow to preserve the beauty and h ealth given a baby by nature. ENTERTAINED WITH BAY PARTY. Complimenting Mr. Eugene R. Pendleton, former pastor of the First Baptist church, several members of the congregation extended a courtesy to him on Friday afternoon, about twenty-five friends of Mr. Pendleton having been invited on a launch par ty to the island, where surf bathing was enjoyed, and lunch served on the return trip to the city. MYERS-BROWN MARRIAGE. ' Miss Frances Brown, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. O.- J. Brown, and Mr. Frank Myers were quietly married Friday evening at the home of the bride's parents on North Sixth ave nue by Rev. Herbert Rice, in the pres ence of the immediate families. Mrs. Myers is a very pretty and popular young lady. Mr. Myers has a respon sible position with the government at the Aero Station. They will reside with his mother, Mrs. Rufus Myers, on Spring street. REPORT OF WOMAN'S RELIEF ASSOCIATION. The following report of the Wo man's Co-operative Belief association CARE OF BABY'S EARS. "She'd be a fine looking girl if it wasn't for those funny ears" you've heard that said about pretty girls, also boys, haven't you girls and boys with out-standing, ill-shaped ears, neglected when the child was in the cradle. The mother-beauty-doctor must not think baby's ears are unimportant and overlook the little pink shells when she is massaging the scalp and doing "beauty stunts" to the nose of baby. . If baby's ears are to retain th-' natural outline do not let the child crumple up the ears when asleep and do not let the infant lie more on one side than the other if you do one ear will get all the crushing and crinkling. "When you put on babys little cap see that the ears lie flat. Bands of soft cheesecloth may be tied firmly, but not too tightly, about the baby's head to hold the ears in place, if they show a tendency to stand out from the head. is made by the secretary pro tern, Mrs. J. E. Gutman: At a meeting of the Woman's Re lief association, held at the residence of Mrs. J. S. McGaughey, the chair man of the relief committee, Mrs. J. F. Taylor, gave the following re port: Visited : 11 families and gave gro ceries and clothing to 40 persons, the same amounting to $50. Committee for June. Chairman, Mrs. H. L. Covington. Mrs. J. F. Taylor, Mrs. J. E. Gutman. HONOR ROLl SCHOOL NO. 40. As usual, when closing days of school comes it is found that some have outrun their companions in the race. At No. 40 the following are all honor pupils, having attained an THE READY-TO-WEAR-STORE JUNE BR IDES will now occupy the most of our attention. For months we have given thoughts to the sweet, blush ing bride's trousseau ,and have assembled such a magnificent collection of apparel that brings joy to the feminine heart. It is our ambition to make you feel that this is really your store. Come and see how well we have anticipated the needs for your trousseau. Come and compare the values we offer with any you see elsewhere. We know in advance that you will buy here, for we know that the mer chandise we offer cannot be duplicated anywhere at the prices we quote. GOING AWAY SUITS There is cleverness and smartness in these ex clusive models of Poplins, Silks and Woolens $15.00 AND UP DRESSES AND EVENING GOWNS With an air of individuality call it distinction if you like surrounds each one. There are the loveliest of Siiks,t he dearest of Georgette Crepes and Silk Marquettes, and the daintiest of Nets, Voiles and Organdies. $12.50 AND UP FASHION'S FAVORITE SKIRTS I ml I average of 95 per cent or over, and are, therefore, "E" pupils: Grade 1 A Edwin Eggart, Lucj Wilson. Grade 1 B Harry Lee McGill, Sid ney Craine, Halcomb Cushman-.. ' Grade 2 A Nelda Porter, Robert Newton, Dorothy Furgerson, Carl : Daw, Charles Bingham. Grade 2 B W. K. Barker. Grade 3 A Alice Howland, Dor othy Younge, Glena Strickland, Katti ryn Sheferes, Mildred Merrill. Grade 3 B Alice Craine, Evelyn Wrighton, . Homer Caro, Ethel Hop good, Jimmie Webb Brown. Grade 4 A Annie James Mcintosh, Jessie Hall, Hazel Lewis, Mary Dan iels. Grade 4 B Imogene Butler, Ken neth Wilkins, Rowena Vickery. The faculty at No. 40, which con sists of Miss Ethel Suter, principal; Mrs. Bessie T. Wilson, Mrs. A. K. Suter, Miss Mayme Willis Duncan, Miss Flora Freeman, Miss lielia j Abercrombie, Miss Lida Tippin and Mrs. Ida K. Cresap, are justly proud j of the work accomplished during the I cVUrl fro of 1 Q1 THE MISSES BLISS HOSTESSES OF THE WEEK. One of the bright entertainments of the week was that of Friday eve ning, when Misses Bessie and Corlise ! Bliss were hostesses to a number of j their friends at their home on Bar I rancas avenue. Games and dancing, ! with an ice course, made the evening j one of much pleasure, those who en joyed the courtesy being: Misses Nora Allen, Viola Myers, Anna Ap pelberg, Marie Dowling, Darline Johnson, Esther Peake, Elizabeth tn models that have a swing and dash to them you will not find elsewhere. They. are our exclusive de signs. Tou'll find the new popular a-wning stripes in Silks and washable materials, and just a score of charming styles priced from $5.00-Upwards SMART, DAINTY BLOUSES Hundreds of bewitching new styles. Blouses ap Qulsltely dainty Georgete Crepes, ever popular Crepe de Chine, and with an abundance of all th new washable materials. $3.50 and Up COATS FOR ALL USES Handsome Silk Coats, cunning lltle top Coats. Other Sport Coats In varied shades. A profusion of styles $10.00 and Up Beautiful Silk Petticoats The celebrated Arlington made, In a rainbow of colors to select from. Every one sold with a guarantee $5.00 and Up There Is Just the loveliest of prettiness In -accessories to complete your trousseau. The Ready-to -Wear -Store 9 and 11 South Palafox Hoiiia Celebration of Vonder Interest The arrival of a baby in the household completely changes the entire aspect of the future. But in tha meantime, during tha anxious period of ex pectancy, there is a splendid remedy known as "Mother's Friend" that does wonders. It Is for external use, re lieves the pains of muscle expansion, soothes and quiets tha nerves, extend its in fluence to the internal organs and removes to a great extent theten- (prehension. It is a natural treatment, safe J for the mother, hag no drug effect whatso ! ever and for this reason must exert a most s beneficial influence upon those functions d jrecUy connected with motherhood. In a I very interesting book the subject is freely discussed and a copy will be mailed free to j all expectant mothers by Bradfleld Regulator , Co., 70s Lamar B!dg.. Atlanta, Ga. Get a i bottle of Mother's Friend today of any i druggist. Dse as directed and you will then j know why mothers for nearly half a century ! have used and recommended this splendid aid to motherhood. Their letters are messages , of cheer, that breathe comfort in every word. It is worth while to know that "Mother's ' Friend" has been in continuous use more jthan half a century. Letters are frequently I received to say that a young mother learned , ef this splendid remedy from her mother and jfrmn her grandmother both of whom used it iwita happiest results. t Because of this fact you may rely im- plieitly upon its safety, its effectiveness aad its directness oX purpose We herewith wish to announce that we will carry from now on a com plete stock of Ladies' Ready-to-Wear Garments. In making this announce ment to the public we want to impress upon you that our policy will be to make this the first strictly "ONE PRICE st ore in Pensacola, where children can trade as safely as the grown-ups. In featuring a few of the new brands in various Fines, we may add that less overhead expenses will enable us to furnish you with better values for less money. Very repectfuHy, It may please you to know that in our Shirt Waist Department We will offer matchless values from 98c to $5 Just ask for Queen Quality Waists And get the Best FAULTLESS BRAND SKIRTS Under this name we will carry the . most complete line of all the latest offerings in Silk, Wool or Wash SKIRTS Just Say "FAULTLESS" ; You Will Have No Difficulty in Choosing the Right Model if You In spect Our Line of Economy Brand Dresses With the Word "ECONOMY" there is "NUF SED" in regards to "PRICE and WEAR." Everybody who wears Hosiery StOCk Up On PHOENIX UNDERMUSLINS The Guaranteed to Wear Brand V NEW GOODS CLEAN GOODS Can't Be Beat Night Gowns 111 LSC0 L1S16 llOSlGry Envelope Chemise, Combination Suits Pretty Enough for tha Jun Brld. .,t.60 We offer absolutely the best made CORSET COVERS Hose for Women or Children I Of Nainsook, Lace and Embroidery ..800 Corset Challenge In snk G16ves " u , Better values than ever before in I N 13,3JSI 1V12I10 P 1SL CorSCtS Guaranteed Double Tips; the kind that Wears. . Also full lines of The kind with the cork steel protector LISLE GLOVES Telephone 208 Pensacola, Fla. 31 S. Palafox Peake, Ruby Lee Bliss, Vera E. Car ter, Janet Wilburn, Julia Rand, Er nestine Mertin, Ella Mai Eobe, Laura Phillips, Annie Mae Baris, Mrs. Louis Peake, Mrs. Charles E. Leeds, Leo Wilburn, and Messrs. Joseph E. Kin ney, Athmiel Appelberg, Lars San chez, Richard Paulsen, Oswald ' Bobe, Lewis Montanari, Roy R. Myers, Drew O. Sims, Willie Roy, Frank Montanari, William Quarrier, Robert Quarrier, Frances Peake, Byrl Bliss, Raymond Prather, W. A- Pfeiffer, W. E. Henderson. MEETING OF THE LADIES' NEST OF OWLS. The Greater Pensacola Nest. 1336. O. O. O., will hold its "regular meet in? on Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock at their hall on West Inten- dencia street. SPLENDID SUM RAISED BY FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. For the past two years a number of philanthropic women on East Hill, interested m the Woman's Home, have given a series of bi-monthly Five Hundred parties, each season a splendid sum having been raised in a most delightful way, each guest con tributing a small sum for the Home, and no prizes going to the members. These afternoon parties have always : partaken more of the atmosphere of a private social function, which in- j deed they are, for the hostess always' plans all details as she would for some social courtesy which she ex pended her guests. Last year the sum of $110 was raised in this way for the Home, and at the last meet ing on Friday afternoon $140.70 was reported by the treasurer. I This is a most delightful way to combine a social pleasure and char ity, and certainly might be emulated by every woman's club in the city. TO ATTEND DAUGHTER'S RECEPTION INTO RELIGIOUS ORDER. Mrs. Margaret McHugh has re turned from a two weeks' visit to Mobile. Mrs. McHugh went to at tend the reception of her young daughter into the order of the Sis ters of Mercy. The ceremony was private on account of the recent be reavement in the family. Miss Mc hugh's name in religion is Sister Mary Philomena. FIVE HUNDRED WITH MRS. WELLES. Mrs. Frank E. Welles was hostess on Friday afternoon at the last meet ing of the Five Hundred Club, which has played during th season fist the benefit of the Wbman'B Home. Six tables were at play, and quantities of delicately tinted, fragrant weet peas were used about the beautifully appointed home. An ice course was served after the game. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A SON. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Palmer of Al bany, N. Y-, announce the birth of a son, born Wednesday, May 24. Mrs. Palmer will be remembered as Miss Lillie Johnson. (Additional Society on Page Seven.) EAOTfrYCDHFLESail JADIHOLA CREAM The Unequaled I Beautifier Used and Endorsed By Thousands Guaranteed to rcmof fjtn. frrftklei. oiitidIc. live spot, elc fcxtreme cum atxrat twenty fay. Ri! pore "! tiue of impuri. tie. Leee the slda eJear, oft lealtfay. Two Sizet,SOe.atui HMO Bil Toilet Counters or A fail Ntiol ToUet Compuy, Prk.Ttma..CA. I f i t 6