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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 19, 1918.
Fteop! AND E vents Edited by CELIA MYROVER ROBINSON Telephone 38 -10 a. m. to 8 p. m. MISS HUTCHINSON TO SING. . . Miss Eulalt Hutchinson will sing the offertory at -the Gadsden Street Viethodist Church' this evening. Miss Hutchinson has a lovely-voice and her f election will be a great addition to Jie progTim of music 5UEST OF MRS. BROWN. " Miss Eleanor Crom of Gainesville, Fla.. .has arrived to be the uest of aer aunt, Mrs. John H. Brown. CELEBRATES HER BIRTHDAY. Monday. May 13th, a few friends met at . the residence of Mrs. Iola B. Mason to celebrate her birthday. Quite a -pleasant evening was spent by alL Refreshments of cream and cake was served. ' Those present were Mrs. J. B.. Fomison. Miss Silvia Fomlson, J. S. ravis and Earl Douglas of Arid Station, and Mrs. and Mrs. A. F. Campbell. SCHOOL PICNIC AT V MILLYIEW. . The children of th Fourth Grade of school number Thirty-Five enjoyed a picnic last Saturday given them by their teacher, Miss AUinger' The .place selected for the outing was near Mill view, being a beautiful tfnd Ideal spot, and the day was spent by about lorty little ones, roaming through the woods and under the big shade trees. Automobiles were furnished to con vey the party, by the following wh acted as .chaperones : Mrs. -T. IT. Collins Mr. and Mrs. Dusenbury, Mrs. W. H. Watson, Mrs. J. W. Kehoe, Mrs. C M. Riley and Miss Annie McMillan. RETURNED TO NEW ORLEANS. - Miss Emma Kramer, who has been the guest of Mr. and Mrs. John Bowles, Jr., returned to New Orleans yester day, on the noon train. BELL-REED ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Reed, Jr., an nounce the engagement of their daugh ter, Minnie Wilbur, to Mr. M. L. BelL The wedding to take place the rofcidls of June at Chattanooga. The young couple will make Pensacola their future home to the delight of their many friends here. TO VISIT IN LOUISVILLE. Mrs. R. L. McLaughlin and Mrs. James Fellis left yesterday for Louis ville, Ky, ; where they will spend a few weeks with Mrs. McLaughlin's parents. LADY SWANS ORGANIZE. Wednesday, May 15th. the former members of Nest 1336, Order of Owls organized as the Auxilliary of th Fraternal Order of Swans. This or der is the first to organize in the state of Florida and promises to be most successful. PASTIME EUCHRE 1 TO MEET. The Pastime Euchre Club will meet nt Thursdav."- instead of Wednesday which is their usual meeting day, at the home of Mrs. Hugh B. Anaerson 602 West Garden street at 8:00 o'clock CLOSING EXERCISES GRADE EIGHT A. V. CLUBBS GRAMMAR SCHOOL H ELP TO WIN The Rexall Store. Is always first a room had been furnished with razors, toilet preparations and olean towels for the service boys free of charge, where they can clean up and freshen them selves when in the city. REXALL, the name gives the best endorse ment to any preparation or movement they make. THE CKVSTAL IPMAKRa ACY ; The Rexall Store. IT Well Done, Red Cross! The American Red Cross is about to ask the nation for one hundred million dollars. What was done with the first hundred million raised one year ago? Here's the answer an inspiring story of patriotism and achievementof back ing up our soldiers and those of the Allies, whose fight is our fight. - ' The following table shows the provision of the appro priations from the First Red Cross War Fund, made to March 1, and covering all budget estimates up to May 1 : Relief work in France . . $30,936,103.04 Relief work in Belgium , 2,085,131.00 Rftlief work in Italy ... $3,588,826.00 Relief work in Great Britain (including con tributions to the. British and Canadian Red Cross . 3,578,875.75 Relief work in Roumania ' 2,676,368.76 Relief work in Russia 1,243,845.07 Relief work in Serbia 875,180.76 Relief work in other foreign countries 3,576,300.00 Camp Service in the United States 6,451,150.86 Sanitary Service in the United States 403,000.00 Expenditures to complete -donated articles for shipment, for automobiles for domestic and" foreign service, for canfeen service and for miscellaneous relief itis in the United States 1 1,118,748.41 Medical and hospital work fin the United Sates 531,000.00 Relief work for American prisoners in Ger many, and for the relief "of destitute Amer icans in Germany . . . 343,304.00 Equipment and expenses of Red Cross per sonnel sent abroad . 113,800.00 United States army base hospitals 54,000.00 United States navy base hospitals 32,000.00 Appropriations restricted as to use by donors. 2,520,409.57 Working capital for purchase of supplies for resale to chapters or shipment abroad. . . . 15,000,000.00 Working cash advances for France and the United States " 4,286,000.00 This Advertisement Contributed to the Red Cross Campaign by American National Bank PENSACOLA, FLORIDA . Monday evening:. May 20th, the Clubbs School wm hold the closing: exercises of Grade Eight in the High School auditorium. One hundred and eleven pupils who have completed eight years of the public school cur riculum will receive the special certifi cates awarded by the Escambia Coun ty School Board. The . class is the largest in the history of the school and it speaks well for pupils, teachers and patrons that such a large number of boys and girls have successfully completed eight years of school life. A pleasing program 'in music and literary numbers will be presented, and the award of medals and honors will be made on this occasion. " PROGRAM. - Part I. Sons of Australia Orchestra. Chorus The Revel of the - Leaves Music Class. Heading The 'Mustard Plaster Gwendolyyn McLellan. Violin Solo The Gypsy Dance Ben Clutter.' The Course in Manual Training Laurence Rogers. Cooking and Sewing in the Gram mar School Mary Wentworth. X. Cv C. Prize Composition Robert E. Lee Maude Williams. , Shades of Night Orchestra Declamation Boy and Girl Patriots Laurence Brown. . Ejong Goodbye- Germany Jeanne Wolff. . . Presentation of the Flag given by Grade , Eight, to the Clubbs School Frank Salmons, Grade 8.. Acceptance of the Flag Allen Grant Grade 7. Chorus oall of the Stars Musio Class. PART U." Presentation or Helen Fisner Mem orial Medal to Evelyn Wrighton, Grad.e 5 Mr. William Fisher. Presentation of the U. IX ,C. Medal to Maude Williams, Grade 8. Announcement of Class Honors- Miss Pauline Reese. Principal. Presentation of Eight Grade Cer tificates Hon. W. B. Wright. Song Boys Churus. Orchestra. Violins Miss Ada Rosaseo, Miss Faith Binkley. C J. Heinberg. Ben Clutter. Cornets Mrs. A. C. Binkley, Mr. Ed. Anderson. Accompanist Mrs. C. Baya, Director of Chorus Mrs. W. J. Benn. CLASS ROLL. . Charles Baxter; William Breen. Wil liam Brown. Frank Crona, Henry Gallagher, Charles Hartfleld, Thomas Lemp, Aubrey Maura. Roger. Purdy. George Reeder, Carl Taylor, Clifton Welch, Eulalie Clark, Louise Davis. Ruth Hendrix, Katherine Howland. Dorothy Massey, Gwendolyn McLel lan, Nellie Mann, Zeta . Lee Mann. Marion. Murphy, Lucile Pulllam, Yolande Pinney, Katherine Ray. Mar grethe Thorsen, Lawrence Brown. Robert Harris', Elmer Habenstreit, Aiaory Haurington, Frank Jadrievic. Henry Pohlman. Orlin Rice. Stanley I Wolfe. Mabel Galvin, Juanita Hancock Rose Belle Hourington. Ethel Hoyt. Kosa Kimball, .Doris Lemp, -Emma Lushington, Margaret Maura, Mar garet Morgan, Mary Pavich. Ethel Mae Scott, Myrtle Stewart, Helen Stokes. Judith Sweet, Bernice Vick rey, Thelma Woody.Jeanette Crosby, Hilda Deloney, Barbara Hoffman, Fanny Malino, Eula May Nolan, Theresa Rand, Irene Rutherford. Florence Van Pelt, Mary Wentworth. Maude Williams, Gladys Howard, Es ter Mae Brooks. Hazel Dole, Joseph Bledsoe, Henry Frater, Dudley Gunn, Liston Jones. Oscar Lind, Lamar Rozear, Frank Salmons, Well Rosenau. Preston Ferguson, Dellneau McKIn non, " Allen Smith, Catherine Anderson, Hilda Bingham, Louise Buck, Carle Mae Curtis, Sara Holt. Myrtle Jeter. Miriam Kahn, Hazel Slddons, Edna Wolfe, Beulah Naset. Dorothy Forbes, Gwendolyn Howard. Lillian Jones. Cornelia Moffett. Marie Pitts. Mar garet Dunham, Ruth Schonherst, Em Turner Hyer, Gladys VI liar. Rosebud Henderson, Maude Adair White, Elizabeth Reynolds. Jeanne Wolffe, Edward Calhoun, Monroe Campbell. Ben Clutter, Charlie Levey, William Miller, Lawrence Rogers, Potter Richards, Ellis King, Hercules Mar sales, Dan Pinney, Russel Kelly, Jtfmes Kelly, Osmond Howe, Marvin Pepper. THIS CORN WILL PEEL RIGHT OFF! "Gets-It" Makes Corns Come Off the "Banana-Peel" Wayl" - Why have to jiop on tne floor, squeeze yourself up like the letter "Z." and with bulging eyes draw your face up into a wrinkly knot while you gouge and pull at the "quick" of a tender corn? That's 2 or 3 Drops Applied In a Few Seconds There' No Foein0 or Cutting. "Gets-It" Always Works! the old. savage way. "Gets-It" is the modern. , painless, simple way. Lean over and put two drops of "Gets-It" on the corn, put your stocking and shoe right on again, and forget the corn. Pain 1s eased. "Gets-It" has revolutionized the treat ment of corns. It never Irritates the true flesh. You'll stop limping on the side of your shoe, and do away with creasy salves, bundling bandages, thick F tasters and painful methods. Use "Gets t.' It's common sense. "Gets-It" is sold by all druggists (you need pay no more than 25 cents), or it will be sent direct by E. Lawrence & Co.. Chicago, 111. Sold in Pensacola and recommended as the world's best corn remedy by the Crystal Pharmacy. Balkcom Drug Co., . B i cm. . ' - V ' - mo.. macy. IxAlemberte s Fnarmacy. Obtain six-cylinder digestion with ' TRANSFERRED TO PAYNE FIELD. Friends of Mr. De Rocheblave Sear rltt of the aviation corps of the army, will be interested to know that he has been transferred from Dallas, Texas, to Payne Field, West Point, Mass., where he will complete his course In flying. TO MEET FOR PARADE. AH those who are to take part in the Red Cross" parade will please meet at Spring and Garden streets at the truck house. Those who haven't any cap may bet them there. U. D. C. CALLED MEETLVXG. . The U. D. C. will have a called meet Ing at the Bivouac Monday afternoon at 5:00 o'clock. All members are re quested to be present. THE PRISCILLA CLUB. The Prlscllla Club will meet at the First Christian Church Tuesday af ternoon at 2:30 o'clock. All members are requested to bring thimble and scissors as there will be comforts to tack. A full attendance is expected. ENTERED GOVERNMENT SERVICE. Mr. Thos. W. Saltmarsh and family left yesterday for JCew York where they will in the future reside. Mr. Saltmarsh has accepted a govern mental position as expert accountant in the Signal Corps. Women! Keep It On Dresser! Never Let Corns Ache Twice Instantly ! Few drops stop corn-soreness, then corns and calluses shrivel, loosen and lift out with fingers No pain! The world owes thanks to the genius in Cincinnati who dis covered f reezone. Tiny bottles of the magic fluid can now be had at any drug store for a few cents. You simply apply a few drops of tiis freezone upon a tender, aching corn or a hardened callus. Instantly the soreness disappears and shortly you will find the corn or callus so loose and shriveled that you lift it off with the fingers. Not a bit of pain or soreness is- felt when applying freezone or after wards. It doesn't even irritate the skin or flesh. For a few cents one can now get rid of every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, as well as painful calluses on bottom of feet without any pain. Ladies! Keep it on the dresser. DIAHOND For engagement rings that are as repre sented. Perfect blue white stones, $25.00, $50.00, $55.00, $90.00, $140.00, $170.00, $180.00, $200.00 $300.00, $350.00, $435.00, $500.00, $560.00, Will C. Difffeederfer JEWELER. I will tell you the truth about 'diamonds. DRENAU COLLEGE CONSERVATORY SX7MMER SCHOOL JTINB 27TH GainecvOIe It famed for health and ranlr- hnutr. Tin innnn climate L IiIhL Thm , btnatioo of the advantage, of a tummtr retort and a tchool offered by Brenau can be found nowhere elte in the South. Special advantages are offered teacher, of mode and oratory. Address BRETST-AXX. Boa: 99 . Gainesville, Ga. BRENAU SCHOOL for GIRLS Preparatory to Brenau College, offers a four years course for girls 12 to 16 years of age. Careful supervision and individual atten tion. Located near Brenau College. For catalogue, address BRENAU SCHOOL FOR GIRLS. Box . Cunoville. Gal Our System of Clean" ing Old Mattresses is Helpful To The ? Housewife We clean and renovate mattresses the way . they should be cleaned no acids or chemicals all the dirt and trash is blown out. The system thoroughly reno vates every piece of the batting, making it clean and comfortable to rest on. The next time you have any renovating to do, ask your neighbor who does it right well call; for and return the same day. Pensacola Mattress Co PHONE 1515 Apparel . of Distinction for the. Simmer Months. Here is a wonderfully comprehensive display of every sort of garment a woman or miss must have to be fashionably dressed for summer. The variety of choice covers the whole of this season's style effects in suits, dresses, blouses and skirts. :' We doubt if you have seen such a fascinating display of prettiest gar ments for summer. We say "prettiest" because they are t he acme of master designers and makers. We cordially invite you to pay us a visit now. You'll admire the fine displays ; the styles will please you, the fabrics will please you and the prices you'll find exceptionally interesting. Extra Special Monday 100 Crepe de Chine Waists, in flesh and white, just the .models you'll most want. The material you are well ac quainted with and the colors are always in popular favor, but you really must see them to appreciate our claims for them. They are waists that we have regularly sold for V $3.50 and $4.50, Monday, specially priced at ... . $2.75 100 Beautiful Dresses Foulards, crepe de chines, taffe tas and georgettes, all the new colors and the seasons newest styles, a most exceptional opportunity. $12.00 to $18.00 $19.75 to $22.50 $25.00 to $35.00 I $9.95 I $14.75 i $19.95 Trimmed Hat Sale $5 to $8 Values k Trimmed Hat Sale j $10 to $15 Values i ;4 MS tePdSy,a JUST ABOVE ISIS THEATRE Your Druggist Has It. to centarsAt your OruggUVa, is t