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MORE WORKERS NEEDED AT C
COUNTY WOMEN'S
. More workers and steady onea ' are
urgently needed at the Escambia
County Women's Liberty Loan com
mlttee headquarters on the lawn of the
federal building to carry on the large
amount of work being done.
Pensacola women, in a body have
always gone "over the top" in any
drive made by our government during
the war or at any other time wnen
needed and have done wonderful work
in the Red Cross and other war or
ganizations and . they will carry
through this last drive, which, in some
ways is the most important of all, with
the same splendid success met with
by them hlthertofore.
The women have met with splendid
success so far as each . day's reports
show. Saturday an even better rec
ord than before was made by Mrs.
Frank Taylor and her corps of work
ers. Next week begins anew and the
hearty cooperation of every woman
is desired. Mrs. Thomas Brent Is cap
tain for Monday and her corps of
workers, Mrs. P. Amos Buck, Mrs. K.
W, Mltchen, Mrs. Lee ; MacDonneu,
Mrs. B. 8. Hancock. Mrs. W. A. Wat
son. Mrs. C. Ray Mitchell, Miss Row
ena Marsh, Miss Bessie Milton, Miss
Harriett Carbine. Mrs. C W. Lamar,
Mrs. Milton Clark. -.- ,; -
FIRST OF SERIES OP DANCES
CY "LIOERTY CLOD" M08T ,
' DELIGHTFUL ONE.
The dance given by the "Liberty
Club" at the Can Carlos last Friday
evening proved a most delightful one.
An elaborate program of Jass music
was rendered by Anderson Douglas
orchestra and punch was served dur
ing the evening. About fifty couples
were on the floor. One of the Interest
ing features of the evening was the
Paul Jones, or Circle dance.
This was the first of a series of
dances to bo given at the Can Carlos
by tno Xiberty Club.- which is com
rtosed of some of the younger busi
ness men of the city, -during the sum
mer. A number of other delightful en
tertainments are being planned by
the olub for the summer months. In
cluding number of bay parties.
SCAUBIA 1
LIBERTY LOAN HEADQUARTERS
seasiB4asi
AN APRIL DAY.
(By Perrln Holmes Lowrejr)
, Dawn..
A morning of gold and green
And a path to the top of a hill.
Music and scent and sheen.
Color and flame and thrill.
Sap in the veins of the tree.
Twitter, and bud and birth,
Hope In the heart of the bee.
And love in the whole of the earth,
Afternoon.
The clover nods, the bees are loud.
As drowsily content I lie.
And distance truns a fluffy cloud
To castles In the April sky.
The murmur of an orchard stream
Comes dimly down the peaceful
ways; n.',.-v- ''j.Cv, .-'.-A?
My languid fancies drift and dream:
Through all the golden yesterdays.
Twilight Prayer.
Lift from my heart, O God, I humbly
pray, '.;'!
This ense of sweetness that I can
':.v: not bear!
The dying , beauty of Thy April day
Is touched with sacred splendor
- everywhere.
Night. .
Sleep in the eyes of the sky. . :
And a hush. In the hearts of the
stream: : ' -
Slumberous fields that lie .
Burdened with beauty and dream.
Silence and shadowy light,
And a craceful crescent curled; -
Peace on the lips of the light,
And God in the width of the world.
Inn, is Visiting &4 the guest tot Mra
I Sam Clark at her home Irt fcoueirll4,
Gtu
I Mrs. K. t. Hunt And little grand
;dBuShtcr, Cera 2ell Caffrey vlio have
iWen making lheh hjmc at lbs Old
' m ... a .m .
4Mi tnn ?ava me iirsi vee;; in My
ior wocutston, B. C Wiero they go
to join Major Caffre Yrho Id at pres
ent Stationed- there.
&CADY
BatVh Cults for' the
whole family m ail tie new
eoormga, for ihe se&sonV
oriSw PopjiW prieesv
EVERLASTING
Fabrics Company
PENCACOLA'3 HEPRESE1ITATIVB STORE
Saudis Pocketbooka, 0Li5
Women s Parses and oe
ketbos in a wide) variety
of st: les. and leathers, spe
cially priced for tomorrow
at $1A&.
Foots
Captain and Mrs. J. E. Turtle,, of
the Old Mill Inn Jeava in a few days
for a -week's visit In Montgomery,
Ala. . .
Paymaster Snellrrove, of the Pen
sacola naval air station has returned
from a leave of absence spent In Jack
sonville, ; Fla., where he Went to Join
Mrs. Snellgrove who arrived for a
Short visit from Charleston, S. C.
ITtaSs
n
Mr. I. C. Denman, of Crawford," N.
is visiting as the guest of his
daughter and son-in-law, Mrs. Hancel
and Lieutenant Hancel, U. B. M. C, at
the Old Mill Inn.
Mr. Richard Ooodhart, Is absent
from the city for a short time on bus
iness visiting points in Alabama.
Ensign Gerdon Edgerton, U. S. N".,
who was stationed at the Pensacola
naval air station for about eight
, months, where he received his train
ing has arrived in Pensacola for a
few days and is at the Old Mill tan.
After receiving, his papers of honor
able discharge he will leave for Cleve
land, Ohio where he goes to Join Mrs.
Edgerton who la visiting friends
there. . W 4
DELIGHTFUL BAY PARTY FOR
MR. AND MRS. FRANK COURTNEY
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Courtney, of
Mobile, who are visiting relatives and
friends in , Pensacola, were the honor
guests yesterday afternoon at ' a de-
Ensign R. C. G willlam, U. S. N and
Mrs. Gwllliam who have been making
their home at the Old Mill Inn. left
yesterday for their home In .'Utah.
Ensign Gwllliam who was stationed at
the Pensacola naval air station has
been placed on inactive duty.
Mrs. Newcombe and daughter, Miss
t Georgia Newcombe- are leaving for
their home in Whitehall, X. Y after
a delightful two week's stay at the
Old Mill Inn.
Mrs. Newcombe and her charming
. daughter have frequently -visited in
' Pensacola and have a wide circle of
friends here by whom they are al
ways cordially welcomed. Mrs. New
combe's son, Robert Newcombe who
Is now in Texas formerly made his
home in Pensacola and his mother
and sister frequently visited In the
city as his guests.
.-'-.-:-.: ".A u.v. v.-.'.
' f ;
' MEMBERS PENSACOLA YACHT
'CLUB TO ENJOY CRUISE TODAY,
Members of the Pensacola Yacht
club and their families will enjoy a
1 delightful cruise today, . their destlna-
itlon being Fort Pickens. The boat
Lark.", which is provided with accom
Imodatlona for two hundred guests,
leaves the city wharf at 10 o'clock
I this morning. Those not going on the
"Lark." may leave on the 11:15 car
for Fort Barrancas at which place a
boat wll be in waiting to convey them
to the beach.
Through the courtesy of Colonel
Hughes, commanding fit fleer 'at Fort
Barrancas, a new member of the club.
the Fort Barrancas band will furnish
music for the occasion and surf bath
lng will.be enjoyed. A big spread will
be enjoyed on the Island.
IMPORTANT MEETING CAXTONS
MONDAY AFTERNOON.
A busines meeting of the Caztons
win be held tomorrow afternoon at
8:30 o'clock, at the home of Mrs. Ern
est Lusk, 919 East Moreno street. All
I members are urged to be present.
Ka3 FRANK a TRACY.
Photo By Bell.
Pt-elden: Pensaoola Chapter, United Daughters of the Confederacy, who
has Just returned from the ganaral eonvention of the U. D. C in Louisville
and win bo chairman of the delegates from the Pensacola chapter who will
attend ths state U. IX C. eonvsnUoa meeting In Jacksonville May ?. 10.
DOMStTiC CCIENCS CLA&3
SCRVCft LOVELY LUNCHEON
AT HIGH eCHOOL. .
Handsome red Easter Ulltes with
ferns carried out the lovely decorations
of the prettily appointed luncheon with
which Section three, of the Domestic
Science class. Miss Helen Carter,
teacher, entertained some friends at
the Pensacola High School yester
day. A dainty four course luncheon
prepared by the class was served
and exquisite, hand-painted Easter lily
place cards werj used. ,
Guests who enjoyed this courtesy
were: Miss Beth Walton. Miss Mar
raret Ray. Mrs. Gillis, and Mrs. Lep
BVolf ..
7R. AND MRS. M. A. LISCHKOFF
RETURN FROM WEDdTnG TOUR
Dr. and Mrs. M. JL Llschfcoff wiU
irrlve In Pensacola this aft ernoon after
in extended weddlngnr . which ' in
cluded the western and northwestern
states and will be at home to their
friends at "Lemhurst on the Bay
shore.. '?'-..': it ,i '-.r.v: ;'
The marriage of Dr. and Mrs. Ltsch
koff was a recent social event in Hous
ton, Texas. . Mrs. Lischkoff, - who as
Miss Fredertca Wolf, was one of
Houston's most charming society girls,
win be extended a most cordial wel
come In Pensacola society. ,
lightful bay party given by Mr. and
Mrs. Ed Gala Qulna-.and Miss Annie
Quina.
After a delightful cruise on the bay
the party landed at the Island and en
joyed surf bathing. Tea was served on
board before returning home.
: Among the guests who enjoyed the
occasion were: Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Courtney, Mrs. Frank Whiting, Mrs.
N. P. Rountreau, Mrs. Mrs. . L. D.
Green, Miss Lucy Swaine. Mrs. R. S.
Quina, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Turner.
Miss Vera Green. Misses Annie Chapin
Gertrude and Ruth McLane, Miss Hor
tense Boyle, Mises Edna and Alma
Finch. Miss May Wright Clark. Mrs.
J. D. Carroll. Mrs. Fleo Turner, Mr.
Gerald Quina, Mr. and Mrs. H. S.
Quina. Lieutenants Herbert Lewis, M.
M. Groves and Gurdlne, Mr. Birchfleld.
Captain Emmanuel Quina. Heyward
Williamson. Avery Preston. Miss An
nie Quina and Mr. and Mra. Ed Gale
Quina.
Mrs. Courtney, who served as mat
ron -of-honor at the Baldwin-Finney
wedding Wednesday, has enjoyed a
short visit ' in Pensacola as the guest
of her hosts of friends and relatives
here. ..She was joined by Mr Court
ney for the week-end and they win re
turn to their home In Mobile today.
CIRCLE NO. 3, FIRST BAPTIST
TO MEET WITH
MR8. ANSLEY MONDAY
Circle No. 3, of the First Baptist
church, will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock with Mrs. J. A. Ansley
at her home, 901 North Palafox street.
NOTES FROM THR Y. W. C. A.
A "blackface entertainment will be
given at the Woman's Home Wednes
day evening by members of the Y.
W, C. A. Members of the troupe are:
Mrs. Mary Yates, Misses i Dora and
Lena Williams, Eugenia Faircloth,
Adair Pierce, Lillian Hubbard. Annie
Ruth Hicks. Carrie Hudson. Pearl
Spear, Mollie Wilcox, and Miss Mar
garet Ray. On Friday evening the
troupe will give the entertainment,
which has been given with such won-
deful success in Pensacola, at Ferry
Pass. Fla.
' Misses Margaret Ray and Merle
Hardee are spending the week-end
at Miss' . Hardee's home, in Florida
town. On their return they, will be
accompanied by Miss Lois Hardee who
has been visiting In Milton, Fla, from
where she will leave to join them at
F lor Ida town.
MEETING OF CIRCLE NO. 2,
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. .
Circle No. 2. of the First Baptist
church, wll meet tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. R. B. Jones,
at her home, SC3 East Gadsden street.
MRS. C. W. TH ACKER HOSTESS
TO CIRCLE NO. 4 FIRST BAPTIST.
Circle No. 4 of the First Baptist
church will meet tomorrow afternoon
at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. C. W.
Th acker at her home, 410 North Bar
celona street.
NOTES FROM THE
OLD C!U INN. .
1 faille Allen, of the Old Mm
ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A .
DAUGHTER.
Mr. and Mrs. N-yGeeker, corner Ro
mana and Barcelona street have an
nounced the birth of a daughter on
Thursday. AprU 24th. who win bear
the name of ISvelyj
Sale of
Q In Every rtshlcnable V ff l lll
g Norelty Nw f IV
Reduced prices range . .
( , from 7M A '
I I H Wll
Yoer Atteot3oo
g of Stalls T
On
omorrow
Qtyloo of
the iiour
loo of
omont
Ready for Yaor ImspscitnoEa
aft 8:30 Tomfjrmv Mraiig
With the prlvtlire ef hoeetng (he greatest eeUeetioa rare tries t be
fa4 ter this ssaeons wsar,
The- line ts oompeeed lertrely mt AW Bf rge and that fact creates added la-
arent fr sres ard tHe deTntnn 'abries in reallewea ftarntenta aad havy
ue Is the eoler In highest rer
Perhaps yett knew thalt It U slgalfteaaoe mi this sale wttl be mere as
pareaU
Striata ya wlU tin them rerftatatlv U thai Is w la the faehlea
Teu wilt see, for Instanee, the tee eharmtag We and SemLbes etrtest Ausslaat
Blouses, belled models, plain tU4 styles In a Variety el HSW aad srlglBaTeeli
eelts.
forae ajr braid trimmed.' Mm have totals, - aad fane silk VesteeSk sthers are
garnished with decoctions in kPltig with Ike meles,
else are plentiful there are nearly 10 SwlU la Us tL
75c to $7.50
Smart new models
in cotton gabardine
. are priced as , low''- as ?ft
.., many other
psWei wafsteoat tteeigns in
plain satin. Chines nov
ltv Blllra Hrh SamIi
hand ' embroidered linens
and wool embroidered trU
colette at higher prices.
Striking effects in black
and white.' and attractive
colors that suggest pleas
ing eontrasto are shown la
fascinating variety.
Ifeefcwear, Mala CTeer
s and dDlliiimsiims
Jaunty Oapes fash
ioned of navy bluo
Serge, in full circular
stylos, with bolt oJ
coat fronts and largo
choker collars of con
trasting color, at
$11.95 .and $14.95
Dolman Wraps of
Triootino, Bolivia,
a a a
have omplro yoke,
ihouldor and ffatlior
4il back, while the
strap bolts and largo
fhawl collars are an
entirely now fashion
tote, at
7.75and 37.75
1 Cave and !
of Sorgo, Volour,
Poirot Twill and TxU
ootlno the Oapes
with full gathered
book and ooat fronts,
while the Dolmans
ore full lontgb, taper
lng to the anklca, at
$19.85 and 24.75
Plain and Figurred Georgette
Reduced $g(J).50
...
Some made entirely, of figured Georgette, others are a combination of this
fabric and Taffeta, and we have also added several beautiful Georgette frocks
in white and flesh color at this lowered price. There are many models to
choose from, showing plain er tunic effects, all desirable shades.
New York Sends These
ExquisiteSMils
We selected them from
r a linoa at VriA 1 Aarlin9
manufaetarers In the metropolis.
They just got here, and we has
ten to pot them on display. They
are the moat recent etyles. ana
supplement our already complete
assortments.
. To see these lovely garments
ts to desire them; so we are nat
urall yeaa-er to have yen Inspect
them. However, we do not want
yon to think that you will be
urged, to purchase. Ton will be
Just as welcome If you some
merly to see as If you some with
th express Intention of buying:
Attractively Prised .
$3.95,$29.50
Collar, Cuff Sets
Collar r and Cuff Sets,
also separate collars in
Georgette, Satin. Organ
die and Filet, specially
priced
7&c to $3,95
SHti Paracolo
Women's handsome Silk
Parasols; all the newesfi
colors and black; many
naw ideas in handle ef
fects, which add to their
beauty. 5.50 to 912JSQ.
BLOUSES
Reduced to
$3.45
Beautiful new Blouses
of Georgette, Crepe de
Chine and wash silk. All
the newest light and dark
shades are represented.
The silk Mouses are in
plaid colors and some
showing the new sport
stripes. A very special
value for tomorrow's
shopping; Sizes for wo
men and misses.
T!r3 Eczib of Spring
Reduced Q .79
to
ycrd
Rright nsw plaids end stripe skirtings of good quality Mcssaline and Taf
feta; ZS inches wide. Special for tomorrow at $1.79 yard.
N Offered
MiwiaUse SOk
Silks ... ...
gQkOi spe
Mow enk
e et
C2.00 yd.
yd.
' d X3 yd.
yd.
ZZcj4
...s
5 . -75 yd.
dX3b CUa cd 225.
WfcltO 0i Aft ml
Oyster Wblte Khsd 3QK Vrf
Kool for skirts - Ta
V9SS.Ha!m yd.
D$?JJr $6b,$lZ0yd.
VlSfir.8I?r .. -C9a yd.
iS. X5cyd.
A New and
Different
Hosiery Dept.
Ckmis la and view oar tharafert
oz Hosiery rcr ted wnols tessuy.
all In one sestlsn m Amm. w.tv
means uUlc servlee. Heaslnr
pie who easi teU yom all about MOBUZJLi.
DPEOIALfl POE TOnOIlCOX7
2.00
w
of sore ItMai
msr or loaaiasr asea. All sixes. In hutc
wblte. Havana brows, blna. nlnle mA
silk. No. welfbU
Aa eseel. M
Jest ssalJty. FUre te styles, la
saw Otrls Ksekfascs Elite film
brand: me4fvn ribbed In baek.
wfttt and brows. An eaeelleat boss cor
seboet wear. .
wsBted colors; slses 4Vft to 9,
pair
ah
5c
Mra's Sfflk rT Ssllable Clask rim
fm li mmA tm ti1..S Mil aoit
eolors. AU
Cpcdal, 15c
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