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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY 14, 1919.
People and Everts To insure publication society new should reach the Journal office not later than 6 p. m, AH com muulcations should be signed, not tor publication but as ft guarantee o t good faith. u lVJLJLl1 enr a nrTL7Tn" - o ii r-Ji ILL MEMBERSHIP CONTEST, EPWORTH LEAGUE, FIRST METHODIST CHURCH' CLOSES The membership contest between the t;ue and gold teams of the Epworth League of the First Methodist church, came to a- successful close with the blues, of which Mr. Frank Bond, was Britain, winning:. The gold team of ,hich Miss Rebecca Waters is captain, I ,s losers, will entertain with a lawn rarty on 1316 church lawn on the eve ning ol Thursday at which the winning team will be honor guests. A cordial jnvitation la extended all members of the league and to men In all branches of the service to attend. An excellent niusical program has been arranged and & good time Is assured all who attend. PENSACOLA GIRL SINGS IMPORTANT ROLE IN COLLEGE PLAY. One of the finds In the Glee Club of the Florida State College for Wom en. In Tallahassee, Is Miss Minnie Leah Nobles, of Pensacola. Paul Bliss's operetta, "In India," eiren last Friday night, was a tuneful and colorful presentation, full of music and rythm and a rare sense of the ar tistic to which Miss Nobles contributed greatly with her big melodious voice and her Splendid acting. As Veerah, the old beggar woman of the play, she brought to her character-delineation something of the finished art of the professional and much that was entertaining. It was a part cleverly done, according to critics. One other Pensacola girl, Miss Beu !ah Greenhut, as a member of the chorus, took part in the operetta. Miss Greenhut has a cleaf, sweet soprano and has taken an Important part in all college musiael events. SHEARER-HUBBIRD MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Hubbird. former ly of Pensacola, but now of Gonzales, Fla., have a number of friends in the city who will be Interested In the an nouncement by them of the marriage of their daughter, Frances Marlon, to Mr Edward H. Shearer, of Pennsyl vania, member of the 472nd Engineer Corps, TT. S. A., on Wednesday, May 7th, at Gonzales, Fla. On the evening following the cere mony a delightful musical program was rendered by the company of which the groom Is a member, in their honor4, and a pleasant social evening was en Joyed, with music and singing. Light refreshments were served. Guests who were present were: Mrs. Myrtle Stephens, Mr. and Mrs. Burnett, Mr. and Mrs. I. H. Holmes, Miss Ixls Butler, all of Pensacola, and members cf the company from Fort Barrancas, Lieut. U. S. Grant, Lieut. Hatch, Messrs. Ranney, Bicknell, Brown, Place, Davie, Mingler, Miller, Wright. Ford, Franklin, Fisher, Henry, Har dens, Keeler, Strouk. Stanley. Der taid. Wright, Kors, Mr. Troxel, of the T. M. C. A., and other memoers or the company. -SEA BREEZE- DELIGHTFUL SUM MER CAMP FOR . GIRLS OPENED BY PATRIOTIC L EAGUE JUNE FIRST. "Sea Breeze,' a delightful summer camp for girls, situated on an Ideal t ten miles ut the sound, will be opened Under the direction of the Pa triotic League and executive secre taries in charge on June 1st, this charming spot having been obtained through the courtesy of Mr. W. S. Kpyser. It will be an exclusive girls' camp, with a house mother in charge and a trained nurse will be maintained all of the time as a guest of the camp. Adjoining are two furnished cottages, with hot and cold water and two large galleries on which cots will be placed for outdoor sleeping. Surf bathing, all kinds of water sports and hikes and other outdoor activities will be enjoyed. Athletics will be under the direction of Miss Grace A. Hamilton, recreational secretary of the league, and Miss Elizabeth C. Adams, execu tive secretary of the league, will be In charge of the camp. Ladies of the city who have been active in assisting In making arrangements for the camp are Mesdames C. W. Lamar, F. S. Mel 'en, J. C. Dunham, Misses Jeanie Knowles and Jane Dunham. The camp Is being conducted for all girls of the city who desire to spend a week or two of camp life and special arrangements have been . made for ats going up the sound once a week. The camp will be limited to : twenty or twenty-five girls and all who desire to spend their vacation or part of it ia this manner are urged to register ahead of time by communicating with fte Patriotic League secretaries at the kague rooms. California Artichokes 40c per can lb ,l'i,lg1?,dli.?rs, i720 Phcaics 17S1 CALLED MEETING WOMAN'S MISSIONARY SOCIETY FIRST METHODIST CHURCH. A called meeting of the Woman s Missionary society of the First Method ist church will be held in the Sunday school rooms of the church this after noon at 4 o'clock. All ladles of the church are requested to be present to make plans for the Centenary lunch eon to be given Saturday. Mrs. J. A. Avant and Rev. I. W. Chalker will meet with the ladles to discuss their part In the Centenary drive. L. U. B. A. CLUB, PATRIOTIC LEAGUE ENTERTAINS WITH PARTY. s- The I TJ. B. A. club of the Patriotic League delightfully entertained at thvs league rooms yesterday afternoon with a farewell party in honor of one of the club members, Marie Zimball. who with her parents leaves the last of the week for Chicago where she will make her home. Music and games pleasantly passed away the afternoon and delicious cake and cream was served. CAFETERIA CLOSES AT PATRIOTIC LEAGUE. The cafeteria suppers which have been served during the past season at the Patriotic League rooms for busi ness girls and the Tuesday night gym nasium classes conducted by Leo Wa ters will be discontinued during the summer months. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER. Lieutenant L. A. Thorpe, U. S. N.. of the Pensacola naval air station and Mrs. Thorpe, (Miss Geneva Ham. of Birmingham) are receiving congratula tions on the birth of a little daughter, on Saturday, May 10th. EXECNTIVE MEETING RED CROSS THURSDAY MORNING. There will be an executive meeting of the Red Cross workers on Thurs day morning at 10:30 o'clock, in the Tied Cross rooms, second floor of the American National Bank building. Business of importance will be brought' up and Mrs. Sweeney urges that every one be present. LOHMAN-SCHAUER MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. Mr. Walter B. Lohman, who made his home , In Pensacola at one time, where he was connected with the Pen sacola Journal, .. has a number of 'friends here who will be interested in the following announcement of his re cent marriage to Miss Merle Schauer, an attractive society girl of Detroit, Mich.: Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schauer an nounce the marriage of their daughter, Merle Harriet, to Walter B. Lohman, Saturday, April the twelfth, nineteen hundred and nineteen, Detroit, Michi gan. At home after April twenty -fifth, 238 Revin Place, Toledo, Ohio. PENSACOLA YACHT CLUB PRESENTS MRS. HUGHES WITH LOVING CUP. A handsome silver loving cup, bear ing the Inscription, "Presented by Pensacola Yaucht club for best pistol rhot. Fort Pickens, April 17, 1919," hfs been presented to Mrs. J. L. Hughes, wife of Colonel Hughes, of Fort Bar rancas in recognition of the splendid record made by her in the ladies pis tol tournament recently held at Fi t Pickens. WORCHEIMER'' II FASHION SHOP The Store for Women ... 115 S. Palafox SHOWING NEW IDEAS in Sport VoileDresses Shirt Waist and Skirt THE PRICE in reach of everyone Just the apparel you want to wear these hot days. QNLY V Czt tT3t Yea LITTLE EDITH DUNHAM CELEBRATES FOURTH BIRTHDAY. r Edith, the lovely little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dunham, charm ingly entertained some of her friends at the home of her parents on the Bayshore Monday afternoon, in cele bration of her fourth birthday. The home was" prettily decorated with pink sweet teas and ereenerv and music, dancing and games were enjoyed during the afternoon. A de j licious salad and Ice course carried j out in the color motif of pink and' White was served and a very interest- i ing feature of the afternoon to the j small guests was the cutting of the j lovely pink and white embossed birth- i day cake With four burning candles, j which formed the pretty centerpiece j for the beautifully appointed table, j embedded in a mass of pink and white j sweet peas. j The little hostess received many! lovely presents and hearty good wis"hes ! for many, many more such rosy and i happy birthdays. ' ' Among her little companions who i enjoyed the afternoon with her, were i Polly, Jimmie and Ellis Knowles, Jr., J Mary and "Elizabeth Hay ward, Leila and Mary Graham Hyer, Robert Quina, j Jr., Corinne Quina, and specially in vited guests, as friends of the little j hostess were, Mr. W. H. Knowles and j Mr. W. K. Hyer. Misses Emily and J Amante Semmes and Dorotny oroea assisted in serving. HOSTS TO DINNER AT COUNTRY CLUB. Ensign Joe Collins, IT. S. N., and Ensign Potter, U. S. N., of the Pen sacola naval air station, were hosta last evening when they delightfully entertained with a beautifully appoint ed dinner at the Country Club, en tertaining as their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. Wil mer Hayward, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilton-Green, Misses Janie Knowles. Jane Dunham and Ella Vaughn Pat terson, of New York City, and Ensign Fay, McCowan and Dry, TJ. S. N., of the naval air station. Quantities of sweet peas and ferns artistically used In the decorations In the club dining room were delightfully suggestive of summertime and formed a pretty background for the gay din ner party. A large cut glass bowl filled with dainty pink sweet peas formed a lovely centerpiece for the table on which were traceries of ferns and sweet peas. The guests later canw into town to attend the New Orleans jazz ball at the San Carlos. 32 : 53 s Personal Mention S :jg . ks Mrs. S. "W. Anderson left yesterday for Flomaton. Ala., where she goes to join her son. Dwipht Anderson who Is returning home from overseas duty. Thev will so to 'Atmore, Ala., where ! they will be joined by Mr. Ray An derson, to spend the week end as tne pnests of Mrs. Anderson's daughter, Mrs. Georgre Cadmsn before returning to the city. Friends will be interested to know that a cablegram was received in the city by relatives yesterday of the ar l-ival in France of Mr. "William Fisher. Jr who is , connected with the legal department of the government in the liquidating war claims. Mr. Fisher expeets to be abroad about a month, ; Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Davis, of Mothers! WatcU the tongue Of your young! Tour little pets lseed candy "Oascaretst"' Sell for a dime - "Work" every time. - . Jw WLca ti5 kiddies tongues turn whitej breath, feverish; siomacli bout. When your little pets become cross, pale, bilious, constipated or have a cold, give Oascarets as directed on each 10 cent box. Cascareta taste like candy but work out tke nasty bile, sour fermen tations nd poisons better than, castor oil, calomel or pills. CMMren. need never be coaxed to take this harmless candy cathartic Cascarets are given to children aged one year and upwards. They never gripe Never disappoint tie worrisd mother. W A From Former Owner the New Owner of The item appearing" in Monday's paper that I was formerly the owner of the CHILD RESTAURANT is ABSOLUTELY COR RECT, as it was I who opened and founded said restaurant about 18 months ago, being the sole owner of same. Some time ago I disposed of part of my interest in said business to present owners, retaining the balance until I could locate a larger and more com modious place, as my ambition was to have a more modern, and up-to-date cafe, where I could better serve those who so kindly fav ored me with their patronage and also to increase my volume of business. Seeing an opportunity whereby I could secure a place better suited to my needs, a more ideal place, I sold my remaining interest in the CHILD RESTAURANT on May 1st to the present owners, and then purchased the good will, stock and fixtures of nrvti Having taken a lease on the building, also that of the adjoining place, now occupied by a barber shop, and this I intend within the next few months to connect with the Palace Cafe, opening a mod ern dining room specially fitted and equipped for ladies. gerviceEf f icieBicy -(Mel Mty ffaodl shall ever be the standards of thi-n restaurant. We intend that this CAFE shall be your CAFE, and we will ever strive to do those things that will promote BETTERMENT. u In! Ii New York City, have arrived in the i city to make their home and at pres- ent are stopping ai m vauw. Mr. Henry Kreisle has departed for Tell City, Ind., to be absent for some time on business. Friends of Miss Jeanette ,0'ConnelI will be pleased to learn that she is rapidly improving after having been seriously ill at the Pensacola hospital and that she expects to soon be able to return home. Mrs. G. N. Quigl'ey, of Mobile, who has been visiting In the city as the guest of her mother, Mrs. Ella Thomas,, and Chief Petty Officer and Mrs. H. L.. Nelson. Chief Petty Offi cer and Mrs. Albert H. Ledew formed a congenial party motoring to Mobile, where C. P. O. and Mrs. Nelson and C. P. O. and Mrs. Ledew spent the week-end as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Quigley. During their Stay in the Alabama city they were the honor guests at a beautifully appointed din ner with which Mr. and Mrs. Quigley entertained in the vineyard of the Cawthon. -r Mrs. Newton Chamblee, of Birmlng- STRENGTH FOR YOUNG MOTHERS How Lydia E. Pinkham's Veg. etable Compound Restores Health and Strength. Lansine, Mich. "After the birth of mv child I was not able to stand on m I I was not able to stand on my feet. I was so weak I could not eet up. I suffered such pains in my back I could not work or hardly take cars of my baby. One of my neighbor re com mended Ljdia J. Pinkham's Vegeta ble Compound. I took it and used Lydia E. Pinkham's Sanative Wash, and T cmt better rirfit awav and was soon a new woman and could work hard, and I can recommend these remedies to other young mothers who are weak and ailing as I was.' Mrs. Oba O. Bowers, 621 S. Hosmer Street, Lansing, Mich. Women who are in Mrs. Bowers con dition should not continue to suffer from weakness and pain but profit from her experience and giv this famous root and herb remedy, Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetable Compound, a trial. For suggestions In regard to your condition write Lydia E. Pinkliara Med icineCo.tLynn,Mass. Therestltof their 40 years' experience is at your service. Hyl & TESPHEN. OIL HO TELIS n DUMONT 2 in. PEER 2 i.n. -' MADE WITH THE OVAL BUTTONHOLE ion i OLDEST BRAND IN AMERICA (sumTigsHiRTcoi.Liico. irot.m. t. ' ham, has arrived in Pensacola to visit as the guest of her daughter and son-in-law, Lieut, and Mrs. L. A. Thorpe, at 25 West Brainard street. . Mrs. K. R. Paderick and little son, K. R. Jr., of Jacksonville, Fla are -expecting to arrive in Pensacola ' this week to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Paderick. WITH FINGERS! CORNS LIFT OUT Freezone is magic! Corns calluses lift right off Doesn't hurt a bit and - A few cents trays tiny bottle of the magic Freezone at any drug store. Apply a few drops of Freezone upon a tender, aching corn or a callus. In stantly that troublesome corn or eallu stops hurting, then shortly you lift i' out, root and all, without any pain vweness or irritation. These little bot. 'les of Freezone contain just enough t .id the feet of every hard com, sof' yorn, corn between the toes and tht calluses on bottom of feet. So easy! So simple. Why wait? No hnmbujl "OS? of Child Cafe, Now THE PALACE CAFE SAN CARLOS Main Cafe Club B reakfast ...... 35c and up served 7 to 10 Luncheon ...60c and 75c served 12 to 2:30 Dinner $1.00 served 6 to 8:30 Saturday and Sunday Dinner DeLuxe 41-50 served 12 to 8:30 Service a la carte at Grill Room prewar Prices Coffee Shop and Grill Closed for Summer. 16 North Palafox. FORCHEIMER' FA SHI ON SHOP "The Store for Women" EXCLUSIVE SHOP FOR READY-TO-WEAR ANO MILLINERY The Parlor Market "Heme of All That's Pure" Fresh Western Meats POOLTRV, EGGS AND GREEN GROCERIES T3 PHONES 174 BORRAS AUTO SUPPLY CO. -117-119 W. Garden St. Automobile Supplies and Accessories. Agents fok' Harley-Davidson Motorcycles. especial Prices . Knight Tires Guaranteed 5000 Miles Sportsman's Supply Store Walter Biggs Chas. IL Kupfrian D'ALEMBERTE'S PEROXIDE CREAM for face massag. Phone ICS r.00u STOR" E. B. Hoffman & Son SELLING OUT Best Goods, Lowest Prices. 57 East Gregory- Phone 825 To the Public! Deeply grateful for the lib eral patronage given me, and with renewed deter mination to continue to furnish the best the mar ket affords, at all times we will give polite and efficient attention and provide the best of foods at reasonable prices. It is our purpose of conducting a restaurant creditable alike to Pensa cola and ourselves. We are not unmindful of the debt we owe our pleased patrons, who are responsible for the success of our enterprise. We most respectfully solicit the patronage of all. Our location is ideal and our system the same. It has long been our ambition to have a commodious restau rant, and this we have provided. BALKCOM DRUG CO "THE PRESCRIPTION STORE' Phone 19 or 123 rUKITY. ICE CREAIiI Made of Pure cream 31 fresh Fruit Juices. Jackson and D Sts. Phone 17S1 FOR RENT Electric Vacuum Cleaners I-ensacola Electric Co MARSTON & QUINA W..t -FloridaV Oldest Furnftur. House OFFICE FURRNITURE. Always the latest records in stock. PALACE JEWELRY CO. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 JOHNSON & FREDERICKSON Painting, Paperhanging and Decorating 16 West Government Street Phone 534 Pensacola Launch & Ma chine Co. Wlt-LARO SERVICE STATION W i Hard Storage Batteries and Re pairs of all Make Datterio To Set Marine Way. Machine Shop in Connection. Ford Cars and Tractors J. D. Anderson, Dealer 19 W. Garden. Phone 1914; rt