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THE PSNSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1919.
17 ' - -.V ""BS " - - :rr, itii n 3111 l liii iiij i ni in a XTP lEB S31 (Ut bit E3 I a Xi J DAILY THOUGHT. "g: hi 5 The Victory Is not in verdicts, I but in the spirit of your fight. On THE VIKINGS OF THE AIR. Like Norsemen bold who launched their sturdy craft seas that Btrelched beyond their farthest ken, nd drank deep draughts of ocean's briny air TVith keen delight and sailed they knew not where, So stand ye at the Atlant'cis mist bound ahore. Ready to leap into the buoyant air, Keady to span with wings outstretched on high . ' ..' m pcean turbulent 'neatb. the wind swept sky. Knights of the air, on high adventure bound, Our hearts with yours In unison do ' beat, Fint 'not. nor fear to risk the un- charter way Anfl taste the glories of the risen day! Like you, we, too, into the unknown launch Each morn a misty vista doth unfold; Dark clouds above and ocean waves affright. But all our paths are in the Pilot s sight. JOHEPHINE M. FAB RI CANT. ENGAGEMENT MISS GRACE ANDERSON TO MR. MELVIN D. CHASE ANNOUNCED. ' Mr. and Mrs. Walker Anderson an nounce the engagement and pproach ing marriage of their daughter, Grace Fontain, to Mr. Melvin I. Chase, form erly of Glenn Falls, N. T. but now of Atlanta, The wedding to take place on July 14th. No cards. Mr. and Mrs. Anderson and family are former residents of Pensacola, go ing from here to Atlanta where they row reside, and they have many friends in society bothe here and in Mobile, who will be most cordially in terested in this announcement. INTERESTING ADDRESS BY MRS. CRENSHAW AT MEETING WOMAN'S AUXILIARY FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. At their regular meeting last week the Woman's Auxiliary of the -First Presbyterian church and representa tives from the other churches of the city listened to a most interesting talk on China by Mrs. Crawford, who has spent eight years as a missionary in that country. After speaking generally of the Ian euage, laws and customs of the coun try Mrs. Crawford gave illustrations of the lives of the Chinese men and worn en who had accepted Christianity. In- the course of her remarks she said: lt is not true that since China has become a Republic that fot binding has been stopped. Such a law is 6n the statute books but the authorities have never been able to enforce it. The mothers still bind the feet of their lit tie girls between the ages of five and ten years, according to whether the child Is of wealthy or poor parentage. If the latter the feet are allowed to grow naturally until the child is eight or even ten as she is obliged to use them in working. v.. v In closing Mre. Crenshaw made a strong plea for. American women to be as loyal to their Christ as they had been to their country in its recent crisis. Following her talk she called on her father, Dr. A. S. Moffett for prayer and the meeting closed with the Mlzpah benediction. : , During her talis Mrs. Crenshaw an swered any questions the la'ies wished to ask and during the afternoon sev eral appropriate selections were sung. PROGRAM ' FOR COMMENCEMENT EXERCISES J. B. LOCKEY SCHOOL TUESDAY NIGHT. The following beautifully arranged program will be carried out at the commencement exercises of the J. B. Lockey school of which Mrs. W. II. Crawford is principal in the school auditorium on Tuesday night. May 27th, beginning at 8 o'clock. "Anval Chorus", from "II Trovatore", (Verdi.) By class. Invocation Hev. J. W. Chalker," Class Reception", Duet, (Linsay) Bertha Kelson, Lucile O'Neal. Welcome Joseph Cr-vey. "Out on the Deep", (Lohr.) Boys chorus. Recitation. "The Village Oracle" Eva Stevens. "Flying Squadron", (Vernon.) By class. Class Will Gladys Richards. "Kentucky Babe" Quartette, (Gel- bel) Eva Stevens, Edith Fernandez, Hazel Barrow, Mae Coleman. U. D. C. Prize Composition Hazel Barrow. ' "Dixie" Emmet. Presentation of U. D. C. Medal. Mrs. Frank D. Tracy, Pres. U. D. C. chapter. : ... v . , : Farewell Mae Coleman. "Come to the Gay Feast of Song", (De Reef) By class. Awarding Certificates Supt. A. S. Edwards. Benediction Rev. I. W. Chalker. "Star Spangled Banner," (Key.) CLASS ROLL. Hazel Barrow, Earle Bledsoe, Mae Coleman. Lorena Chestnut, Paul Caro Joseph Cravey. Lowell Cravey, Irvine Coulter, Edith Fernandez, Marguarite Friedrichsen, Bedo Flllingim, .Jewell Gilmore. William Grubbs, John D. Gonzalez. Mabel Hoist, Mae Jackson, Miriam Jacoby, Evelyn Kerr, Leo Kied- To Keep the Face Fresh, Clear, Yoathfal Mor importamt-thtra the oosmetio ear f the oomptaxion is its physical care. To keep the face clan, fresh, youthful. tbere' nothing better than common xneroolised wax. It .beorb the soiled or faded worn-out skin particles. Comtlcs imply add unwholeoevenM to the com plexion. That's the difference. By all means, aoauir the meroollzed wax habit. lt' so ewr to get an ounce of the wax at aruggiac s, apply tutot jik eoia cream and wash it off next morning. There's no detention indoori. the old kin ooming off eb gradually no one eue pccte you're ueing anything. When in a eetc or two the alluringly youthful, roee- iixe unaersun la fully In view well, you - won't want, or need, a make-un comniex- lon after that. It must be apparent that tola process means complete riddance of cutaneous Biemunee, nice rreeajea. ifuu, mmnnen ana UBWAeaaa. Grove will be allowed to bring one prospective member, or more to wit ness the ceremonies. The ones ad mitted must be a prospective member and be accompanied by a member of Oak Grove No. 4. , "GET TOGETHER" ; CLUB. ',.'-- The "Get -Together" club of Wood emn Circle will meet at the W. O. W. hall on West Garden street. : next Thursday evening. May 29th. The meeting of the club , will be held and refreshments served Immediately after the regular meeting of the Grove. 5 Ulne riaeadySca Weair SCdsre COeafram.ce Sale off BflaSo The biggest barsrains ever of fered in Mil linerv to the women of Pensacola. Saturdav was a big day, but Monday's shoppers will still find an elegant selection to choose from. Every hat in our store offered TOMORROW at slaugh tered prices. None reserved. Included in our stock is 200 new ar rivals just received Hats of Lis erie, Lace, Milan, Leghorn, Geor gette, Pineapple Braid and others all the latest styles. DIVIDED INTO FIVE LOTS LOT 1 $2.98 $5 values THE N. B. COOK SCHOOL CLOSES WITH ATTRACTIVE PROGRAM. A most attractive program has' been arranged for the closing . exercises of the N.'-B. Cook school of which Miss Ethel Suter Is principal, which takes place at the school building on the morning of Monday, May 2 S,; at ten 0'dOCk. . ' ' The " program open with' a morning song by the school, followed by "The Star Spangled Banner." also sung by the , school. : "Come Uttle Leaves' .... First grade "The May Song" ........ By school Recitation, "Hope It Didn't Come True" ..... Agnes Barker Recitation, "Work Done by the Young Citizens of the United States" ......... Harry Lee McGill Song, "Jolly Boys" ........... School Recitation. "The Trouble Has Just Begun" ...... Lonnie Mae Tideman Piano selection ...... Gladys Hancock Recitation, (selected) ". Scarritt Purdy Violin solo ....... Lucy Davis Yoneo Recitation, "One, - Two, Three' .... Billy Mayes Song, (Selected) ... Elizabeth Hudson Song. "America" .. School J AT FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH After the presentation of the : cer tificates a short meeting of the Par-. enca-j. eacners v Association of tho school will be held. LOT 2 $3.98 7.50 values LOT 3 $4.98 $10 values LOT 4 $7.48 12X0 & $15 values LOT 5 $9.98 20 values NONE ON APPROVALNONE EXCHANGEDCASH ONLY STORE READY-TO-WEAR ' 1- 9 and 11 South Palaf ox lan, Alvera Oppenborn. Fannie Oliver, Willie Pritchard, Marjorle Qulna, Dorr othy Rlce4 Mary Louise Robson, Mar ion Veldink, Mary Faranto, Nellie Richards, Roblna Shepard, Mabel Ty ler, Christine Vellinuve. Jeanette Ward. Myrtis Williams. Mae White, Annie May -Way,. Dove White. - Mary Williams. Erie Williams, Gladys Burns and Dorothy Sebiyn. SPECIAL MUSICAL SELECTIONS a. v. clubbs to close tuesday night with attractive commencement program: A most attractive- program has been arranged for 'the closing exercises' of the A V. . Clubbs grammar school of j TODAY, I Several special musical selections will be an attractive feature of the services at the First Baptist church today. The offertory at the morning services will be sung by Mrs. L. W. Lee and at- the night services there will be a violin selection by Miss Ada Rosasco and a vocal solo by Miss Grace De Camp. ."' y which Miss Pauline Reese is principal. inger. Mary Langford, Frances-Lubecl.hJch takes place at the school on Clifford Lvle. WUllte matnis. Jtjerina Nelson. Lucile O'Neal. Nannlna Pata lano, Ruth Resmundo, Gladys Richards. Hazel Richardson, Eva Stevens, Jen nie Schroedier. Warnie Slatten, Ar thur Soderquist, Katie Thomson, Pau line Turner, Sara Dolff, Gladys Wil liams. Class Motto, "Deeper Thoughts, Higher Things". Class colors, Green and gold. -. Class flower, Shasta daisy. i , ; A committee of boys from Grado Seven will act as ushers." TOHRNER-KUGGLEMAN INVITATIONS RECEIVED. The following handsomely engraved Invitations are being received by friends: Mr. and Mrs. Dave ' Kugleman will give in marriage their daughter, Sadie Belle, to Mr. Martin Tohrner on Tues day evening the fifth of June, one thousand, nine hundred and nineteen, at seven-thirty oclock, Temple Bethel. The honor of your presence is request ed at home after June fifteenth, Frank lin, Tennessee. Reception immediately after "the ceremony at the Progress club. "' MRS. CAMPBELL TO ENTERTAIN LADY SWANS NO. 1. Mrs. A. F. Campbell will entertain the "Lest We Forget" club of Lady Swans No. 1, at her new home, 1412 North Eighth avenis, Friday evening from 8 to 10 o'clock. Boston, Mass., and is now visiting In at the residence of Mrs. Mason Gray. 109 West Garden street, at 7 o'clock so that all may attend in a body. WOODMEN CIRCLE INITIATION. . Oak Grove No. 4, Woodmen Circle, will have an initiation of several new members next Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. This initiation will be some thing unusual as each member of Oak Tuesday night, May 27, at 8 o'clock. Following is the program to be car ried out: Chorus, "March, March, March'. . Grade eight Reading, "De Rochambeau and the Rose" . . . . .'. . .... Cornelia Edwards Piano .solo, ""Comrades in Arms" . . . . Mabel Tyler Chorus, "Pond Lilies" ... Grade eight Oration, "Americanism" ......... . Brent Watson Chorus, "Our America" .......... . ....................... Grade eight Song, "Doan Ye Cry, Ma Honey".. Eria Williams "Through the Tear With Grade Eight" . .Allen Gant, president of . the class. . . Presentation of Helen Fisher mem orial Medal to Hilma Kahn, of grade five Mr. J. H. SherrilL Presentation of certificates to grade eight Judge E. D. Beggs, chairman of the school board. The following pupils of the school have received promotion to the high school and ; will receive special cer tificates for completion of the gram mar school studies. Leon Athey, D. D. Bennett, Warren Connor, Frank Crosby, William Chad wick, Roberdean Geist, Allen Gant, Joseph Harpen. Jones , Hoyt, Robert Howard, Maurice Johnson, Isadore Klatzko. Henry Laird, Chas. Henry Levy, Clinton McConnell. Drury Mc Donald, Thos. McHugh, Frank Perl cola, Hilas Rawls, Brent Watson, Sal Ue Welch, Mayer Zung, Leslie Koh ler, Olivia Avant. Agnes Amos. Edna Brlggs, Emma Brewton, Ruby Bell Edna Clark,' Lois Carter, Clifford Clark, Audrey Crosby, Myrtle Cun ningham, Elizabeth Davis, Inez DeLo ney, Annette Day, Lucy Davis, Cor nelia Edwards. Wilbern Fallow, Matil da Fleming, May Belle Gray, Elsie Hoomes, Wilmer Hall, Leila Jacobson, Ellen Kerle, Marguerite Lay land. Elizabeth Mackey. Mattie May McMil- LIFT Orr CUKNS WITH FINGERS NOMADS TO HOLD IMPORTANT MEETING WITH MRS. JOHN B. JONES, MONDAY. ' . The Nomads will hold their annual business meeting tomorrow afternoon at 4 o'clock, with Mrs. John B. Jones, at her- home on North Barcelona street Officers will be elected, tho subject "of study for the coming year chosen and other busines sof Import ance transacted. After the business meeting a social hour will be enjoyed with Mesdames W. . R. Gonzalez. F. S. Mellen. W. E. Anderson, S. R. Mallory Kennedy and John B. Jones as hostesses. IQJJ a bit and Doesn't hurt costs only few cents Drop a little Freezone on an aching corn, instantly that corn stops hurting, then you lift it right" out. Yes, magic 1 A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a few cents at any drug store, but is suffi cient to remove every hard corn, soft corn, or corn between the toes, and the calluses, without soreness or irritation. Freezone is the sensational discovery of a Cincinnati genius. It is wonderfuL E-iL... " , , , - M . , ,., L, ... 1RORGHEIME j FASHION The Store for Women Toi R5e SHOP 115 South Palafox Street LOiTOwy Monday j Offers Another Opportunity TO THE THRIFTY WOMEN OF PENSACOLA A Splendid Assortment Spring Suits BEING CLOSED OUT AT LESS THAN MANUFACTURER'S COST GROUP ONE: GROUP TWO: GROUP THREE: 2495 COME EARLY TO GET CHOICE SELECTION Come, Come Monday to the Great Rug Sale $ 1 8.50 9x1 2 Grass Rugs for Qflly $ 218 98 cents Cash SI OO a Wefi Every housewife will want one of these Rugs at the unheard of price. The supply is limited. The sale will be to the first come, first serve, and .we are not prepared for a big demand. So be sure to come early, for MONDAY will be the only day. mmm &m RUgs mi fj0ws&ei- on sale ifpiaffl f "MU fAtM&08m& For $12.98 fMMMFM:'- If 4MPHE$P $1.00 a Week JgU ! i 4a4 mil . " - fm0W " yyMiWwm - B ' rsj x. W - ' . j " Remember 7 fpO Kr1 ' we can't Monday L (j s ! H ? ,S) l -Sk v 4 X-v.-'w- take the is the VtTJg?itTUUg. 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