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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 27, 1919.
17 ' r4 i;. , US'. V' 4U is- V .5, -.1 1: .V, V 1 'A' YOUNGER 80CIETY SET DANCES AT YACHT CLUB. : . The ball room at the Pensacola Yacht club presented. -a pretty "scene, last evening when younger members of so ciety were guests at a delightfully, in formal dance, . Special music was - fur nished for the occasion and . delicious ice cream and cake served during the evening. -.- -.- y ; . : Hosts to this delightful affair were: Lathrop Witherill, Powell . and Nor man Ungren "who .entertained as their guests. Misses Hilda ' Bingham, ; May White, Margaret - Iouise Yotige, Mary. Leo Mathews, Margarita Mayes, Lou ise? Buck. Marjorie Bingham, and Ed. Cal houn, Norman Lindgren,'Buster White, Chas. Mayes, John Henry Xeeley. Mrs. G. S. Lindgren and Mrs. Dave Wither 111 served as chaperone37 - , AND NOW THEY ' TEACH U8 TO PLAY. New Torlu Teaching girls how to p!;v Is the newest undertaking of the Xatlona. League of Women Workers.. Miss Jea Hamilton, general secretary of the league, is organising the course in girls recrea tional work to be given at Columbia university. fit is just as necessary to teach peo rle how to play, as-it Is to teach them bow to work,-said Miss Hamilton today. The fact Is" hat few. people know too to play. "Plajr Includes every kind of recreation It Is the science of how to use your spare time. If - everybody in tbe United States had their worKinjr. ; hours cut down to two hours a day, there would be a tremendous increase In misery in the land,4 because people simply haven't learned bow to play; they wouldn't know how to utilise their spare time. ; ' "Have you ever seen a crowd of poor, miserable human beings of a Sunday, af ternoon, all of them hanging around with that' 'Sunday feeling,'. and .impatiently Waiting for - Monday morning- so they could go back to work? "I don't mean by this that people ought to work all the time because now they don't know how to play.- What I mean is that they should learn how to play. One feature of the course will be a 'laboratory of play.' "Laboratory periods" are arranged when various games are played -by a demonstration group of girls. K!a'y experts will conduct this practice c'dsa, demonstrating to students in thf course waj-s of putting pep in ' play for girls. ; " " The otjct Is to train play leaders for jobs for girls' club work in , settlements, for welfare work in stores and industrial plants, for leadership In girls activities in social centers, churches and - schools and for positions under public recreation commissions in citie3 and towns all over the coi. n try. - The National League of Women Work ers which fs co-operating with Columbia university in giving this course has been organizing wage earning girls in evening clubs on non-sectarian and self-governing lines-for over thirty years. It now has a membership' of 15,000 girls In 125 clubs. PER8QNAL MENTION. Mrs. L. Hilton-Green leaves tomor row for Tampa, Fla-, where she will visit '.as . the guest of her" son-in-law and daifshter, Mr. ." and Mrs. Frank Riley. r - ; - ; ' " Miss Margaret Harper has returned to New Orleans to resume her studies at the Presbyterian hospital after hav ing been called to Pensacola by the death of a friend. Mr. J. W. Bennett and Hermione Bennett have returned from Montgom ery where ; they enjoyed spending the Caster holidays as the guest of their sister, Mrs. Wallace Glover. ITS THE COMPLEXION That's what makes some women so attractive. Good complexion is more important than good features and com plexion is something is something within your own control. By using TETTESJINE you can remove all blotches, spots and skin eruptions that mar one's beauty. It is an old established time-tried rem edy that realy overcomes eczema, ring worm, tetter, itch and all skin affections. Sold at drug stores. Shuptrine Corn-par- -Vavannah Ga. Adv. LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS. Florida St. Andrews Bay St. An drews bay entrance bell buoy, replaced April 24, 1919, having been found out of position. C. & G. S. charts Nos. 184 and 1114. Buoy list, 8th district. 1918. p. 15. Coast pilot, section E, 1916. p. 78. By order of the commissioner of lighthouses. B. B. DORRY, NEW ST. JAMES HOTEL - Jacksonville Florida. One half block from Band Concerts in Hemming Park. (Cor. Julia and Monro Sts.) Hot and cold running water in every room Steam Heat. SPECIAL RATES FOR APRIL. NEt SON'S uHUnutkm ,om prW mj EULALEE coloreJ nii! of Hotion.TJC . use Nelson's reulmriy anj it makes tK hair tenfe (lossy, and easy to manage. Send us vour tlitrtfran!i J5V f " NLLSON'S. If your hair b cuxl$ end stuUwrn, try Nelson's fiairDressing whicK Kas unproved tka Ksir of thousands of colored people all otfer the United States. Nelson's is fine for tne scalp and roots of the hair, end vill make it soft end glossy. That is why Sou find Nelson's used vy particular people and sold and recommended by drug stores everywhere. Talt tfa Jvwtuawnt to tt drug trrm, stdbeixt a tha ganuin NKLSON'S Nelson Manufacturing Co., Inc. RICHMOND. VA. V I ! grV'Tlarn MIS3 SADIO BELLE KUQLEMAN. Photo By BeU. XaUaaCXttglaman's weddlnc to Mr. Martin Tohner. of Franklin, . 7nn will t a event of early June. - ADDRE3 ON MISSIONARY WORK IN TH ORIENT BY ENSIGN WATEi AT FIRST METHODIST CHUR? TONIGHT, An aJresa on missionary work in , the Orot by Ensign Harry F. Wa ters, US. of the Pensacola naval air etaan wfll be given at the First Methodt church tonight at 8:13 o'clock. . Ensl Waters, who was born and spent .e greater part of his life in China (quite familiar with all phases of orlital life and speaks moat in teresttly of the peculiar customs and mann of the peoples. There will be nosague or evening church ser vices it a special musical program will t rendered. cordial invtatipn is extded to everyone to attend. MI3SJOLDEN CALLED . TO RIANNA. FrVls of Miss Pattio Holden will regre'to " learn that she has been callelo Marianna, Fla., by the seri ous Jess of her mother, Mrs. J. R. Hold CHCRONES FOR BIG DANCE AT N CARLOS WEDNESDAY. : AKrdial Invitation is extended everne to attend the big dance to be fen at the San Carlos on the eveiK of Wednesday, April 30 th. be giniE at 8:30 o'clock. All proceeds wilDe used for the benefit of the Won's Home. Mr. R. H. Weather lovwlll be floor manager. Music wV furnisl ed by a . selected or cbia and the following ladies will as chape rones. d"s. John A. Merritt, Mrs. H. A. Bisnaham. Mrs. C. Ray Mitchell. Mrs. yan Dunwody, Mrs. Henry ?, Hyer, . F. B. llagerman. Mrs. R. A. Hyer. iRS. JAMES VAN AUSDALE DSTESS TO FIVE HUNDRED . uUB. . .;.' .; - The Five Hundred club which plays jr the benefit of the Woman's Home Hll meet with Mrs. Jamea Van Aus sie at her home 922 Cast Gonzalez treet on Thursday afternoon .at 3:30 'ClOCk. . : :-' ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A SON. Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Donaway, of .Mobile, have announced the birth of a son on Friday, April 23. Mr. and Airs. Donaway are at present spend ing some time with Mrs. Donaway's parent's ( Mr. and Mrs. L. R. O'Neal at their home on West La Rua street, j PRISCILLA CLUB TO ENTERTAIN WITH FAREWELL RECEPTION. The Prlscilla, club of the First Chris tian church will entertain with a fare well reception In the . parlors of the church on Tuesday evening, April 29, at 8 . o'clock. The honor guests will be Reverend N. D. . Webber, . pastor of the church and Mrs. Webber who will leave ; on May -14, for Bradford, Conn. Mr. and Mrs. H. ' II. Perkins, who are loaving Wednesday for San Antonio, Texas, Mr. and Mrs. J. II. Perkins, who ' leave for, Hopkins ville, Ky, and Mr. and Mrs. A. R,. Kennedy who leave on Thursday for Kentucky. Deep regret has been expressed by the members of the church at the de parture of their faithful pastor and that ' of some of , their best and most staunch church members. PROGRAM OF EASTER MUSIC AT FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. A - fine program of Easter nvisic will be given tonight at . the First Presbyterian church at 8 o'clock, con sisting of anthems, solos, duets and hymns by, the -. congregation. Among the numbers will bo "Evening Star" and "Rosary" played by , Mr. Ray Densmore on the Euphonium. The choir will be composed of the follow ing musicians: Sopranos, Mrs. Nita Osborn Benn Mrs. J. ; P. i Sandusky. Altos: Miss Lulu Thames and Miss Xell Burrow; Tenors: Messrs. W. S. Garfield and Hal Laney; Bassos: Dr. W. J. Benn, Messrs. Jack Clark and J. T. Bailies; Organist: Miss Char liebelle Laney; Violinist, Miss Cora Mallory; Euphonium, Mr. Ray Dens more. The doors of the church will open at 7:30 p. m. The"' public is cor dially invited to join in this service of song. : v . T6o-,Fa.t? A guaranteed weight reduction method; safe, pleasant. ; Brings slen derness, better health and , happiness. Get a small box of oil of korein at the druggists. Follow directions. You are allowed to eat sweets, etc.; no starva tion or strenuous exercising. Your life becomes worth living with cleaner mind, improved figure, buoyant step, cheerfulness and optimism. Get thin; stay so. Show -others this adv't. - IV ,1 .,'? I 'SS What Will You Give Your I I I I I I 'l li U! Ill '"Vrff A I O f Jr -k Daughter For a Graduation Present? I Tfaenl&uWake in thMormx 1 - Complexion is Rosy. All Headache Gone. Breath Right Tongue Clean. . Stomach, Liver and Bowels Regular So Convenient r t t 'A 4 ' You Have Only a Few More Weeks to Make Your Decision j With the closing of schools and colleges only a few weeks off " you should begin now to plan what you are going to give ....'"'..'- 1 your daughter for a graduation present. She would like you to give her A Piano She wants to learn how to play and now that she has finished her educational .." -.' ' training she Wants to Specialize In Music By taking lessons under a good teacher, she will soon be able to play and should one sing, could play her own accompaniments. LCe QgIB far Ooolh or Term i s Satisfy her longings and heart desire. She has worked hard at school and deserves to be rewarded. You will never regret the money invested in a good piano. 4 We are agents for a number of the best pianos on the market. We Have in Stock Now a Limited Number and Expect Other Shipments at Any Time Come in and Select Yours Here in Pensacola 29 Years CLUTTE 1 14 S: Palafox St. R MUSIC HOUSE Phone 15 Pensacola, FioHda