THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, TUESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1918.
Edited by CEUA "MY
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IN THE CHEST UPSTAIRS.
(By Edmund Vance Cooke.)
There are days of labor and days of
There are day to roam, there are
days to ride.
There are days for wandering: far and
There are days as sweet aa a baby's
There are days as gray as the mask
There are days when the battle is
There are days when the soul must
be firm and strong.
But once in a while, I forsake my
And I ask a day, in which no one
Save the ghosts of days in the chest
As I slip in the keep and I lift the
To all other hands but mine forbid,
I am lost in the land where Romance
There's a spurt of ribbon, a whiff otd
And a ghost of perfume which salutes
There's a card brought home xrom a
There's a book of verses, and pansies
To mark the thoughts which we loved
And here lies, my heart In the old.
There's a bridal veil and a rose or
There's a wedding-ring and a baby's
And "w little garments, old and
There i a tattered doll, mended part
And the wide, crooked stitches prick
.Which the little, dead fingers made
O, my world Is reduced to tears and
Tet I turn away from the chest up
stairs Peeling somehow, somewhere, some
(Banff Help Cut
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C3m Nestling Cuddled in its Bonnet.
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WINNER OF U. D. C.
Announcement was made yesterday
that the U, D. C. composition medal
had been awarded to Miss Maude
"Williams, of grade eight. A. V. Clubbs
school. Honorable mention was given
to Reginald Moore, of the J. B,
Mrs. A. E. McDavid. Mrs. C
Thiesen and Mr. J. M. Tate consti
tuted the committee of award.
ine meial will be presented to
Miss Williams at the closing exer
Cises or the Clubbs school, Monday
evening May 20th, by Mrs. R. F.
Mitchell, president of the local chap
ter. TAKE YOUR
Are you trying to help theRed
Cross by taking home your packages?
Do you know that every time you
take one of these packages, you are
directly helping the Red Cross, put
ting Just so much money into the
treasury? Tor that is Just what you
When Mrs. R. F. Mitchell started
the Take Your Package Home move
ment in Pensacola. she met with an
immediate response from the mer
chants of the city, who saw in this
plan not only a means of helping the
Red Cross, but of solving a question
which has been a serious one for some
time that of messenger service.
But many of the clerks do not think
to suggest that you take your pack
ages home. And in this way the Red
Cross misses many a penny that
otherwise might be theirs. When you
go shopping, will you not ask the
clerk for a Red Cross Sticker, and
take your package home? For only
the packages which have Red Cross
stickers, on them count for the Red
This is one way that every woman
can help in the Red Cross work. Let
the clerk who waits upon you know
that you want a Red Cross sticker put
upon every package that you buy. In
this way you will help the Red Cross
in a very material way. And you
will enroll yourself In the army of
women which is getting larger every
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session at 8:00 o'clock this evening at
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and Baylen. This will be a very in
teresting meeting as there will be
Initiation and it Is especially impor
tant that all members be present.
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"CHIMES OF NORMANDY"
(Opera in 3 Acts)
BY PENSACOLA HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CLASS
WEDNESDAY, 8 P. M. ADMISSION, 25c and 50c
THURSDAY, MATINEE, 4 P. M. ADMISSION, 25c
Gorgeous Costumes Superb Stage Setting- Six Soloists'
Chorus of 70.
P. H. S. AUDITORIUM
Tickets on sale at Central Pharmacy, by Students, and
SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PLAY
PROVES MOST SUCCESSFUL
With several taking their roles In
a truly professional manner, and the
entire cast above the average,
"Aaron Boggs Freshman" presented
last night by the Senior class of the
Pensacola High School, won new
honors for the P. H. S. Curtain Club,
and sent the audience away "boost
ing" for the splendid attraction, which
will be presented again this evening
at the auditorium.
It is not too much to say that of
at least three of the cast reached pro
fessional heights, and as for the play
itself it was quick with action and
the humor fairly bubbled through
From the time Ephenetus P. Boggs
appeared with his son, Aaron, the fun
began. Indeed, it had already begun,
on the entrance of Elyzabethe Mau
della Feeney, in which role Miss Eula
lie Oliver distinguished herself. Such
a delightfully slangy, dellciously
charming, and prettily coquettish
Elyzabethe Maudelia she was. Indeed
one could exhaust a great many de
scriptive phrases, and then you could
not know how really winsome and
amusing she was unless you avail
yourself of the chance to see the
clever play this evening.
And when you do you are sure to
feel that Miss Oliver must divide the
honors with Kathryn Hughes, who in
the role of Mrs. Pickens was one of
the evening's great success. It was
not only what she had to say and
Mrs. Pickens was quite loquacious
but her many bits of advice to her
friend, Mrs. Chubbs, her frank disap
proval of Mr. Chubbs. and her eager
ness to let the world know all that
she knew, put Mrs. Pickens in a class
all by herself. Miss Hughes is to bs
congratulated upon the wonderfully
clever manner in which she handled
Earle Quigley a-s Ephenetus P.
Boggs was excellent the only regret
beinfr that he appeared only In the
As Aaron Boggs. John Shepard was
extremely good, handling his part
with discrimination and making a hit
with; the audience.
Indeed, every role was admirably
taken, and there can be no doubt but
that the auditorium will be crowded
this eveninjr by those who will have
heard of the fafe of this very enter
taining and well handled play. Mrs.
A. C. Reilly. director of dramatics of
the Pensacola High School, certainly
deserves the highest praise for the
excellent production, for which she ls
responsible.. The program follows:
Synopsis Act 1.
Opening of College term in 1918.
Aaron Boggs arrives from Splinter
ville, escorted by his father. Aaron
meets an old friend in Miss Elyza
bethe Maudelia Feeny. Hazing Scene
Miss Elyzabethe Maudelia to ths
Elyzabethe Maudelia sends a tele
gram. Aaron is asked to run for the
presidency, of the Freshman Class.
Aaron is rushed by the Seniors and is
elected to the office. "You'll like me
just the same, won't you Aaron?" "I
jure do like you. Slizzie Maude, but
inis am 1 p n: " ,,,
Making fudge. "Ain't " you the
randson of old Stephen J. Boggs. the
nulti-millionaire?" "Xo, I ain't. Both
ny grandpas are dead. They were
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VISITORS IN TOWN
are invited to make this their
headquarters for food during
their stay. They will find here
first class food, perfectly cooked
and courteously served. They
will find every attention paid
to their wants and they will find
the bill entirely free from any
suspicion of overcharging.
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honest men, they weren't no multi
millionaires." Tve found myself, and
I've found you, Slizzie. Let's go to
Aaron Boggs John Shepard '18
Happy Jimmie Jamieson
Harry X. Levey '18
Beau Carter ...... C. J. Heinbergr. '18
Casey Jones .... Augrust Hartman '18
Epenetus P. Bogrgrs . . Erie Quigley 'IS
Pepper Jervis .... Harold Bennett '1
Dolly De Cliff e Patti Gray 'IS
Lois Hunter Ruth Williams 18
Cherry Caruthers .. Vivian Levey '1
Airs. Chubbs .... Georgia Padgett 'IS
Mrs. Pickens .... Kathryn Hughes 'IS
Evelyn Xewcomb. . .Ethel Paderick '18
Loretta Rea .... Wilma Horning '18
Elyzabethe Raudelia Feeney
Eulalie Oliver '18
Mr. McGooln .. Jack Shuttleworth 20
College Boys Richard Saunders,
'20, Arthur Bowman, 20; Ben Rob
inson, '20; Monroe Smith, '20; Jack
College Girls Virginia Reese. '18;
Kathryn Dalton, '18; Miriam Crosby,
The Daughters of Isabella will
meet on the evening of Wednesday,
May 15th. at 7:50 o'clock, at their
hall on West Garden street, and it is
hoped that all will make a special ef
fort to attend. Initiation ceremonies
have been postponed until the evening
of May 22nd.
ARRIVED IN FRANCE.
Friends of Sergeant S. B. Dannheis
ser will be glad to, know that his
family have received news of his safe
arrival In France.
PER MEX tag
Mrs. Peterman, Mrs. Sheldon and
Mrs. Huelsbeck are among the re
cent arrivals from Boston, having
joined their husbands, who are stu
dent aviators at the naval air sta
tion. TO SING FOR
RED CROSS. t
Mr. Matt Crawford, of Minneapolis,
arrived in Pensacola Monday. Mr.
Crawford, who is in the United States
service, has a wonderful voice and
his talents have frequently been used
for war benefits. He will be among
those 'who will help to make the com
ing Red Cross drive a success, and
will sing at a number of meetings to
be held by the Red Cross during the
Miss Bernadette Breen, who has
been spending some weeks at the
Pensacola Hospital as the guest of
her sister. Sister Katherine, left Sun
day night for Jacksonville, enroute to
her home In Seymour, Ind.
CLOSING MEETING ASSOCIATION
OF CLUBBS ANNEX.
The Parents -Teachers' Association
of the Clubbs annex school held their
last meeting for this school year on
Thursday evening at 3 p. m. The
meeting was. a great success. The
following literary program was ren
dered by the grade.s:
Song Star Spangled Banner.
Recitation Gladys Bledsoe.
Recitation Gussle Durham.
Song Four girls of the 6th grade.
Liberty Loan speeches of the suc
cessful contestants: Vonceil tillin
gim. Max Kahn, Hilton Brown.
Recitation "Why," by Leonard M.
Song "Columbia the Gem of the
At this meeting a financial report
was made concerning tne rrencn
war orphan adopted by the associa
tion. The total amount of $6.50 was
subscribed by the association with the
splendid help of the school children.
This is only one orphan of three that
the annex has adopted and the chil-
rtrn are to be highly commended for
thrift In saving their pennies, nlckles.
dimes and quarters and helping those
more needy than themselves.
Many other important questions
concerning the welfare. oX the school
were discussed, and which point out
bright and active future for this
part of the Clubbs grammar school.
The Aeronautic Dancing Club will
have another one of their series of
dances on the seventh floor of the
San Carlos hotel Saturday night, the
18th. This dance Is given for the offi
cers and student officers and their
civilian friends. A very enjoyable
evening is anticipated.
TO COMPLETE PLANS
FOR ALUMNI BANQUET.
The Class of 1916 will me.et at the
Pensacola High school this afternoon
at 3:00 to complete their plans for
the banquet for the Alumni Associa
tion. MEETING OF THE
The Royal Neighbors of America
will meet today at 3:00 o'clock at the
"Woodman Hall on "Wfest Garden
street. All members are requested to
PROGRESS CLUB DANCE
AT LIBERTY INN.
The entertainment committee an
nounce a dance at IJberty Inn for
the members of the Progress' Club,
at 8 p. m., Wednesday. May the 15th.
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you must use It in your desserts. Blue
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For a Sprained Ankle.
' As soon as possible after the injury
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HIGH SCHOOL MUSIC CAST TO
PRESENT CHIMES OF NORMANDY
A dress rehearsal of the light opera.
"Chimes of Xormandy, to be staged
by the IT. II. S. music class was held
Saturday, and all . indications point
toward a very successful conclusion
of the first High School opera. The
final dress rehearsal will be held this
afternoon so as not to interfere with
class day exercises tomorrow.
Everyone in the cast is doing their
best to make the play a success. Prac
tlces have been held regularly for the
past two months, and every partici
pant is well up in his or her part.
At the rehearsal on Saturday, the
costumes were used for the first time.
and they were much admired by all
who saw this rehearsal. The costumes
were procured at great expense, from
one of the leading costumers of the
South, and every principal, as well as
each member of the chorus will be at
tired in costumes befitting the time,
place and eharacter. The scene is
laid in France in the early part of the
eighteenth century, and the familiar
silk and satin costumes, and three
cornered cocked hats are seen in the
The opera features six soloists and
a chorus of seventy, as well as ghosts,
sailors, village maidens and officials
of the villages such as notary and as
sessor. The musical part of the play
has been left entirely In the hands
of Mrs. Benn, and the action parts,
which are quite as important as the
musical parts, have been directed by
Mrs. A. C. Reilly. Those directors
have never been known to fail In any
undertaking which they have man
The soloists are: Edith Cooney. as
Germalne, the lost Marchioness; C.
Brown, as Henri, Marquis of Corne-
vllle; Lois McLellan, as Serpolette,
the mischief maker; Harry Howland,
as Jean Grenlcheux, the fisherman;
George Greenwood, as the Bailli, the
RED CROSS CLUB.
The older division of the children's
Red Cross Club will meet this after
noon at 4:00 at the Christ Church
parish house. It Is requested that the
girls bring their knitting, as work on
the squares will continue. The third
judging of the vegetables will take
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suitor for the hand of Germalne; and
John Oerting, as Gaspard. the miser,
guardian of Germalne. The part of
the notary is excellently portrayed by
Ralph Vorls; the assessor, by "Wal
lace Purdy. the collector by G. "White;
village maidens. Isabelle McLellan.
.t-ana lurner, Audrey Keller and
Kathryn "WehmeJer. Other- characters,
such as ghosts, sailors, attendants of
the marquis, and village people, are
taken by other members of the muic
class, the total cast exceeding seven
Some things to be seen and heard
In the opera:
Hear Gaspard s crazy solo during
See the three ghosts which Gaspard
is responsible for.
See the gorgeous costumes of the
eighteenth century, secured at great
expense. Seventy-five people in cos
Hear solos, duets.trlos, quartettes
and choruses in abundance.
See action parts as well as hear the
Hear Gaspard's solo on his "darling
Hear the love duet between the
Marquis and Germalne.
See the search fcr the ghosts, by
torchlight in pitchy darkness.
Hear "The Legend of the Bells." the
most beautiful chorus In the play, In
its rroper setting. This chorus will
also be sung on commencement night, j
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Refreshments at City Prices.
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Best of Music! Best of Order!
BRING YOUR F ?AMILY AND FRIENDS
"The Kaiser, the Beast of Berlin"
The Picture that will make you thankful that you live
The Picture that will sweep America from end to end.
The Picture that set Boston and Chicago wild. See it
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Hear the egotistical solo ty the
fisherman, who pretends he has saved
Germalne from drowning.
f the Hiring Fair, at which to
marquis hires Germalne, Serpolette,
Hear Serpolette's solo, "I May Be
See Serpolette turn the tables on
See the notary Importantly taking
charge of the Hiring Fair.
See the cowardly fisherman and the
Hear the solo by the bajlll, with
the deepest voice In the schooL
Hear the numerous solos by Ger
See the new electrical effects.
See the beautiful new scenery.
This three-act opera Is to be
staged and sung, in costume, at tho
P. II. 'S. auditorium. Wednesday night
at 8 p. m., and Thursday evening at
4 p. m. Tickets on sale at Central
Pharmacy, by students, and at door.
Reserved seats and general admis
sion Wednesday night: no reserved
seats Thursday evening.
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