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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 11, 1019.
1 - ' - 16 ACROSS FROM SAN CARLOS HOTEL ACROSS FROM SAN CARLOS HOTEL - - - f 3 t : ts ki , i i M V si M rt h' A LETTER TO YOUR MOTHER You may writ a thousand letters to the maiden you adore. And declare in every letter that you love her more and more, Tou may praise her grace and beauty in a thousand glowing lines. And compare her eyes of azure with brightest stars that shine. If you had the pen of Byron you would use It every day, In composing written worship to your sweetheart far away; But the letter far more welcome, to an older, gentler breast, Is the letter to your mother from the boy she loves the best. youthful blood is fierce and naming and when writing to your love, Tou will rave about your passion, swearing by the stars above, Vowing by the moon's white splendor that the girlie you adore, 13 the one you'll ever cherish as no maid was loved before, Tou will pen full many a promise on the pages' white and dumb, That you never can live up to in the married years to come, But a much more precious letter, bringing more and deeper bliss, Is the letter to your mother from the boy she cannot kiss. She will read it very often when the lights are soft and low. Sitting in the same old corner where she hyeld you years ago. And regardless of its diction or Its spelling or its style, And although its composition would provoke a critic's smile, In her trembling fingers it becomes a work of art. Stained by tears of joy and sadness as she hugs it to her heart; Yes, the letter of an letters, look wherever you may roam, Is the letter to your mother from the boy away from home. -ANONYMOUS. held on "Wednesday, May 14, at which all members are urg&d to be present ,M:.GE NUMBER PUPILS TO TAKE PART IN LOVELY "SPRING '"I IVAL" AT A. V. CLUBBS G RAMMER SCHOOL. A large number of the boys and girls of the A. V. Clubbs grammar school, of which. Miss Pauline Reese is princi pal, win. take part in the program for the beautiful "Spring Festival" to be given on the east campus of the school on Friday evening, at 8 o'clock, on May sixteenth. The children have been well trained in the songs and dances xy Miss Vera Keller, instructor of music in the school, and the "Festival" promises to be one of the loveliest and most suc cessful events of its kind to have been given In the city for some time. The program win open with a chorus, "Welcome Springtime," by forty pupils of grade six. There wiU be a dance of the Flower Maidens by ten girls of grades seven and eight. Folk dances by twenty pupils of grade five; chorus,' "Swing Song," by thirty pupils of grade five; "The Scarf Dance," by Mary Rogers Mitchell: Group dancing, by ten girls of grades seven and eight; chorus, "Springtime," by thirty pupils of grade seven. Pupils of the school taking part in the program are: From grade five: Mary Rogers Mitchell, Elizabeth Hol zer, Hazel Stiles, Carl Daw, Louis Per- Ruth Davis, Iva L,ee Autry, Audrey DeLoney, Ruby Lee Gray, "Voncille Fillingim, William Tryan, Bessie Chis holm, Annie Laura Burgess, Raymond Marsh, lmogene Sutler, Rowena Vick ery, Kathertne Neely.v Doris Brink, Marjorie McGIll, Edith Brierley, Mar garet Purdy. Ruth Odom, Elizabeth McKee, Kenneth "Wilklns, Queen Pin ney, Dudley Chiltenden, Oliver Swift, Doris 'Williams Margarita May8, Ber tha Graham, Delia Brown. Katherine Embry, Charlie Sweet, Edith Hoyt, Grace Williams, Hazel Lewis, Kent Phillips, Emily Semmes, Amonte Semmes, Mary Lee Lamar, Gladys Turner, Mary Danlell, Minnie Kehoe. Meriam Meyer, Eugenia Poss, Mar guerita RIera, Julia Maxwell, Gladys Bledsoe. Dorothy Anson, Gevonne Sub lette, Jessie Hall, Thomas Watson, Franklyn Oerting, Harry Thorsen, Churchill Mellen, Frontes Sherrill, Walter White. Joseph RIera; grade eight: Wilmer Hall, Dorothy Rice, zer, Carl Daw, Laurence Mooney, Wil mer Hoyt, Harry Hopper, Russell Mc Cragban, Elizabeth Hicks, ; Janet Ger alds, Mary Massias, Lamar- Waddell, Agnes Amos, Lois Carter; Folk dances, DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA TO ENTERTAIN WITH DANCE. Under the auspices of the Daughters of Isabella a delightful dance has been planned to be given . at the K. of C. hall on the evening or Monday, May 26th. It is to be a benefit dance and everyone will be cordially welcomed. An elaborate program or the latest dance and Jazz music will be rendered by the orchestra under tbe direction of O'Brien Motta. Mr. Leo A. Waters will be floor manager for the evening. Committee On arrangements for the dance- are Miss Josephine Bowes, chairman; Misses Geraldine Touart, Sadie JMcHugh, Katherine Motta and Mrs. Edmund Fox. CIRCLE NO. 3, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH TO MEET WITH MRS. HERRIDER. Circle No. 3, of the First Baptist church will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. W.vM. Herri der, at her home corner Palafox and Sixteenth streets. ENTERTAINS WITH LOVELY PORCH PARTY. A charming courtesy extended to some of her friends . by" Mrs. M. E. Batts found expression in a lovely porch party at her home on North Baylen street, Friday afternoon. The home was converted into a summery bower for the occasion with handsome potted plants, palms-and ferns on the porch and great : baskets of yellow brown-eyed Susans. Palms and ferns with magnificent magnolias and buds were effectively used in the parlor and in the diningroom where a delicious ice course was served, great quanti ties -of pink and white roses filled the rooms with their fragrance. During the afternoon games were enjoyed and the fortune of each guest was told. Mrs. Batts Is an ideal hostess, but no courtesy has ever, been expresesd by her in a more delightfully" charming manner than that of Friday afternoon. YOUNGER SOCIETY SET ENJOYS DELIGHTFUL DANCE. Miss Hilda Bingham was hoieSs last evening when she delightfully enter tained some friends with an informal dance at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Bingham, on 20th ave nue and Jackson street. The lower apartments were thrown ensuite for the occasion .and great quantities of handsome red" roses with ferns were effectively-, used in the lovely decorations. A delicious ice course was served and all ' during the evening the guests were served with punch from a prettily decorated table Extraordinary Monday BecMs IN LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR AND MILLINERY Habit alone would keep up constantly: providing better values for Monday specials, even if our plan were not to do so, for we realize that Monday is family shopping day and that special values on that day will be welcomed by the greatest number. Waists . " Sport Skirts ; ... Handsome line of Sport Skirts, in Baro ! Beautiful Georgette, Crepe de Clime and net, Crepe de Chine and other new ma Voile Waists. All the favored colors, spe- terials. All colors. Specially $11 Apr , daily priced for $2.95 priced for Monday at . . ' : . . . P JL'0 Monday at... - , : Sweaters DreSSeS " wonderful collection of Wool Sweat- f , ers; just the ideal Sweater for now. There The smartest styles in Georgettes, Crepe are slip-overs' with sleeves or sleeveless ! de Chines, Foulards, Voiles and other regular coat sweaters. They are divided favored materials, specially $9 95 into four lots, specially priced for Mon- priced for Monday at ....... . . m Offering the season's newest and smartest ideas; wonderful models. Every one correct in style all highest quality. Really a hat opportunity for Monday shoppers. TRIMMED HATS TRIMMED HATS TRIMMED HATS TRIMMED HATS 5.00 Values 7.00 Values 8.00 Values 10.00 Values Monday Monday Monday Monday 2.95 3.95 t 4.95 5.95 West Florida Victory Loan Committee 4S s K I i i f '; .: ' 5 . : f jiiinftWUMii. ? niiuirwn i 'll i : u -g-. f . ' I 1 X JJ.t $ " "'""" ' 'f i.' r"""; " ' : mint "C 'v- ntle 'st-- - - J , , -'it ! f" t sii.St?? '"V n vvft p sk on the gallery, Miss Marjori BIngrham presiding at the puich bowl. Guests who enjoyed this charming courtesy were: Misses Jessie and Wil mer Hall, Dorothy and Margaret Lou ise Yonge, Louise Buck, Mae White, Kulalie : Clark. Kathertne Anderson. Mary Daniell, Barbara McAllister, Em Turner Hyer, Margarita Mayes. Hilda Bingham, Merriam Kahn; among the boys present were: Howell and Nor man Llndgren. John Henry and Clar ence Neely, Charlie Mayes, Lathrop Withertll, .Franklyn Oerting, J p Stokes, Jr., Ed Calhoun, Randall Ha- german, Jack Miller and Walter White. CIRCLE NO. 4 TO MEET WITH MRS. M. E. WILSON. Circle No. 4, of the First Baptist church, will meet tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, with Mrs. M. E. Wil son, at' her home, 119 West Gadsden street. MRS. FRANK WELLES HOSSTESS TO CAXTONS MONDAY. ? Mrs. Frank Welles will be hostess to the Caxtons at their meeting Monday afternoon at 3:45 o'clock. Su Ject for the afternoon will be ret; of Dickens "Bleak House," with 31 Nell Burrow leader. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS To appreciate the delicious flavor Blue Ribbon Vanilla you must use it your dessprts. Ribbon Vanilla. Next time try E j. no uizixiuiMLiun ui&i yui uw iixtn juaa over me top m xms section oi ine west Florida zone. The WestF lotida zonew as the first in the Sixth FederaK Reserve District to make its quota. The above picture w as taken at the opening of the campaign in Pensacola, when both. the men's and women's committees from every one of the sixteen counties in the zone were represented. Icola. Elenor Buck, Dorothy Ceruti, Flora Athey, Louise Harper. Lula Bell Abbott, Mildred Hatch, Aleene Hicks, Wilma Oppenborn, Mary Blitch, Wil mer Hoyt, Harry Hopper, R. J. Went worth, Estelle Bonnicu, Russell Mc Canglan, Lois Jeff coat, Carolyn Cros by, Mary Alice Pepper, Harold Gentry, Elisabeth Hicks, Janet Gerelds, Louise DeLoney, Lamar Waddell, Nelda Por ter. Virginia Embroy, Lillian Harvey, Tommy Lewis, Mary Massias, Emma Brooks, Charles Montanari, Grady Mosley, Grace SIddons, Dottie Everitt, 3-Jdna, Huckabay, Helen Williams, Quenten Quigley, Margaret Hyer, Wil mer Walker, John de la Rua; from gTade six: Edith Nicholson, Ruth jet ty, David Berson, Louise Branan. Charles Pinney, Nina Johnson. Brenton Ward, Katherine Massias, Maud Rob-' rrts, Avie Hunter, Alice Walker. Ma bel Smith, Evelyn Acosta, Elizabeth Welch, Isaac Berson. John Tatom, Lu cile Roberts, Nora Sanders, Annie Jos phs, Odette Whitihile. Robert Jame son, Verna McConnell, Floyd Williams. Earl Hendrix, Ruby Thompson, Acie Hunter, Helen Reichman, Dana Ross, Douglas, Edith Ingram. Ensel Spence. William Vanciele, Sara Mae Hamilton, John Laird, Kenneth Purdy, Glenna Strickland, Robert Penn, Joseph Cun ningham, Ernest Fell, ' Amy Doris. Van Pelt. Frank Jones, Elmer Rich ards. Walton Munn. Jamie Gingles, Aamyston Greene, Dorothy Andrews. Dorothy Yonge, Margaret Louise Yonge. Barbara McAllister, Buster Garfield, -Alice Howland, Wilton Gra ham; -grade seven; Johnson Cooper.1 Charles Montanari, . Tommy Lewis, Louise Sankard, Harold Gentry, Mar garet Hyer, Margaret Hall; group dancers, Lessie Hall, Wilmer Hall, Edith Brierley, Marjorie McGill, Mer iam Mayer, Agnes Amos, Dorothy Rice, Gladys Turner, Lois Carter and Gladys Bledsoe. STUDENT OFFICERS' DELIGHTFUL DANCE AT COUNTRY CULB. With a .perfect day, splendid music, and the Country Club as an ideal set ting, the dance given by the naval air Station student officers last evening proved an unusually enjoyable one. A large number of guests from town and service society attended. The Fort Barrancas band played and light re freshments were served during the evening. . SCREENS NEEDED AT WOMAN'S HOME. Many little comforts are needed at the Woman's Home to make more pleasant the lives of the old ladles who have the rest of their days to spead there, but more urgent than any need just now as the summer comes on is that of Screens for the home, and anyone who may have any to spare or who are willing to assist in any way to procure some, are kindly requested to call telephone No. 892. IMPORTANT MEETING U. D. C. WEDNESDAY. An important mtins- of TTn ;to Daughters of the Confederacy will be Gone! Constipation Biliousness Headache Sour Stomach" Indigestion e w SHo wing of Summer- Styledom is striking many new notes in quaint novel models whose daintiness harmonizes with the prettiness of the summer girl. For Fashion is all youthfulness this summer as these latest summer dresses clearly show The prices, too, will please you. The materials are plain and printed Organdies, Crepe de Chines and printed Georgettes. M The most wonderful time in a young girls' life and the time of all times when dress counts at its highest. Let us help you to decide. AH Woolen Suits, with the exceDtion of Naws and Blacks, at One-Half Price. All Navy and Black Suits at One-Third Off. All Silk Suits at One-Third Off. Summer Millinery You certainly must see these New Hats for yourself as they include some of the prettiest miHinery we have shown this season. Delightful new models at popular prices. ' St M ODE 'The Best Place to Shop After All' 122 and 124 S. Palafox Street Phone 337 I ii