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THE PENSACQLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, MAY 25, 1919.
19 Boston, Mass.. andisnow visiting in ,uiMwia j me &ucob ui ma parents .r, unu juxrB. n..-vv j crown, ana sister Mrs. C. A. Ward. - L III. I ' r';'' " ' " ' '' '"" ' 1 " '" ' ' 1 3 : "yO THE RETURNING BRAVE By Robert Underwood Johnson. Victorious knights without -reproach or fear " dose as man Is ever to the stars! 0ur welcome met you on the ocean drear In loud, free winds and etmset 3 golden bars. , Here, at our bannered t;ate Love' honor, laurels wait. n,i vou be humble, we are proud, and, in your stead, elate. Faroe shall not tire to tell, no sordid stain Lies on your purpose, on your record v broken word, no violated fame, o winning one would wish had ne'er Kaon WOn. You were our message sent . ! To the torn Continent; That with its hope and faith henceforth our faith and hope are bent. You of our new, our homespun chivalry, Here is our welcome in all women's eyes, ; ' The envious handclasp, romping chil dren's glee, Music, and color, and glad tears that rise. Here every voice of Peace Shall bruit our Joy, - i-or cease To vie with shotless guns to shout your blameless victories. But, tho you are a part of all men's pride, s And from your fortitude new nations date, Oh, lay not yet your sacred steel aside, But save it for the still -imperiled state. You who have bound a girth Of new hope around the Earth, Should its firm bond be loosened here, what were your struggles worth? A redder peril dogs the path of war; With fire and poison wanton children play; And fickle crowds toward new pre tenders nour Who summon demons they can never lay Already we can hear. Importunately near. Ths snarling of the savage crew, half fury and halt jeer Then hang not up your arms till you have taught The ungrateful guests about our hearth and board That in your swift encounter h as been wrought Akeener edge to our reluctant sword. You know well the price Of the great sacrifice Your courage saved us once; pray Heaven, need not save us twice. And those who come not back, who mutely lie By Marne or Muese or tangled Ar- gonne wood, Were it to lose the gain (let thein reply!) Would we recall their spirits If we could! Open your ranks and save Their places with the brave; That Liberty may gretst you all, her shields of land and wave. Irma Graham, Mabel Yon, " of Talla hassee; Marie McMillan, Myrtle Smith, Messrs. CM. Kelly, H . B . McAllis ter, S . p. Lewis, Ray Johnson. R. H . Weatherlow. J . A. Coleman, Guy Matthews, Ensign Harris Waters, Phil Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Howe. DELIGHTFUL TWILIGHT PICNIC FOR MISS ANSLEY. - - Mrs. W. W. Whitfield was hostess Friday evening when she entertained with: a delightful twilight picnic in honor of Miss Mary Ahsley, the bright, winsome younjr daughter of Reverend and Mrs. J. A. Ansley and one of the most popular members Of the Junior class of the P. H. S. The party left the city about five o'clock, going to Bayyiew, where a delightful evening was spent and a delicious picnic supper wai served. Among the guests who enioved this lovely expression of Mrs. Whitfield' gracious hospitality were: Misses aiary Ansley, Clara Mae Hardv. Emma Day Wolf, Cary Ellis. Ruth Ballard. Margaret, Wilhelmi and Sergeants W. W. Slzemore, Grenelle, Holland, Flynt, aiangeiasdorr. Corporal Melton. Messrs. William. Hannah, and Wolt Sergeant and Mrs. Service, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Garrett, and mother -Mr. Pilyer, of Lexington, Ky., Reverend ana Mrs. J. A. Ansley and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Yonge. Professor J. M. Collier, Judge E. D. Beggs, and tne nostess, Mrs. W. W. WMtfield. s is k g a i --" Personal; Mention as SBBBBBBBBBBBBH Miss Emily Jones who is now en Joying a delightful visit In Chicago as the guest of Mrs. William Turtle .will go from there to Washington where she will visit with her Miss Mary "Winston Jones and Miss t-riaays Pierce, who are doing govern ment work there. She expects to re turn home about the middle of July. Private E. W. Russell arrived In Pensacola Friday morning from over seas service, to Join Mrs. Russell, who has been spending the winter in the city with - his mother, Mrs. Ed Rus sell. He will spend about a week visiting In Pensacola, after which he and Mrs. Russell -will return to thr home in Columbus, Miss. . Mr. and Mrs. F, Gustavason, 1107 East Jackson street, are spending the week-end in New Orleans. DAUGHTERS OF THE CONFEDERACY TO . ENTERTAIN. Tomorrow afternoon from i to S o'clock, the United Daughters of the Confederacy will entertain with an open house at the bivouac for the Con federate Veterans, Mrs. Dan Shepard acting as hostess. Personal reminisc ences of the war will be given by Mr. Williams. Those who will meet with the veterans will be the United Daugh ters of the Confederacy and the mem bers of the Ladies' Confederate Mem orial Association. GREEN-M'KENZIE ' WEDDING. A pretty wedding quietly solemn ized at Christ Episcopal church last evening was when Miss Ruth McKen zle, the attractive daughter of. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. McKenzie was united In marriage to Ensign G. B. Green, U. S. N., of the Pensacola naval air station. Rev. John H. Brown, rector of Christ ' church, performing the im pressive ceremony. The only attend ants were Miss Alberta JPourtles and Ensign A. H. Elward. The bride is a young woman of un usual charm and attractive personal ity and she and Ensign Green have many friends in Pensacola who unite in extending them hearty congratu- Slations and best wishes for long t life rf marital ViTrInKS. J Ensign Green was transfered to Pensacola from Bayshore, Long Is land, and has been attached to the local naval air station for some time and during his stay here has taken a prominent part in athletic activities. He expects to soon be placed on In active duty when he will take his bride to Boston to reside. Mr. and Mrs. Ed win Hicks are en tertaining as their guest this week, Mrs. John Wrate, of St. Louis. His friends will be delighted to learn that Private E. C. Herrington. U. S. A., has returned home from overseas duty an aw ill spend some time in Pen sacola with his brother and sisterTin- law, Mr. and Mrs. E. Herrington. Mi9s Johnnie Russell, has returned home after, a delightful week's visit with relatives in Red Level, Ala. Dur ing her absence she enjoyed attend ing the commencement exercises of th'. Red Level high school. Miss Willie Foshee, yeomanette at the naval air station, who accompanied her to Ked Level, will return home this week. Pensacola friends are cordially greeting James Pettigrew Boyce Riley, IT. S. A., of the 167th, Rainbow Di vision, who has returned to the United States after. eighteen months overseas service, and is now visiting in Pensa cola as the guest ' of his sisters, Mr. Edwin W. Caro. and Miss Cornelia Riley, before returning to his homo in Monroeville, Ala. Among the Pensacola boys who will soon be returning home from the va rious colleges is Harry N. Levy."" son of Mr. and Mrs." C. J. Levy, who re turns about June l!t, from Atlanta, where he has been attending the Geor gia Tech. ENTERTAINED WITH BAY PARTY. Miss Myrtle Smith, of LaGrange, Ky, who has been spending the win ter in the city with her brother, Mr. Phil Smith, was the honor guest Fri day evening when a number of her friend3 entertained with a delightful bay party on the "Island Queen." The party landed on a charming spot on the island and surf bathing was en joyed. Before the homeward trip was made late in the evening, a delicious upper was served on board. The party was chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Howe. Guests who enjoyed the evening were: Misses An nie Chapin McLane, Gertrude McLane. Anita Densmore, Gladys Densmore, Mrs. J. F. Rhinehardt and eon. Leonard, left last nightN for . Milton, Pla.. where they will sjend two weeks visiting as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Gardiner. MRS. CRENSHAW TO GIVE ADDRESS AT MEETING JUNIOR AND WEE FOLKS MISSION BANDS. Mrs. Crawford Crenshaw-, in the regulation Chinese costume, will give an interesting talk on Cina, in which country she has spent.the past several years as a missionary, at the-meeting of the Junior and Wee Folks Mission Eands of . the First Presbyterian church in the lecture rooms of the church this afternoon at 3 o'clock. A cordial invitation Is extended all young people of the city to attend. "BLUE RIBBON" TALKS Its (economy to use Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon. Use Just a teaspoonful to th quart of material.. "Best and takes SHOB 400 SOUTH PALAFOX KODAK FINISHING IS OUR BUSINESS All work lef tbefore 8 a. m. will be ready for delivery after 5 p. m. - . .. You may choose either dull or glossy finish as you wish and at our very moderate prices. We have a complete stock of Kodaks and Fresh Films, Ansco Cameras, Albums, Novelty Gifts, Souvenirs, View Post Cards and Post Cards for all occasions. PICTURE FRAMES OF ALL KINDS Factory Made or-Made to Order Mrs. R. F. Hendon, of Algiers, La is visiting in Pensacola as the guesi of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Sokrniun. at their home in West PenSaooIa, during the absence of Mr. Hendon, who is stationed on the U. S. S. Ozark, now in Nicaragua, near Mexico. Miss Hazel Gingrich, of Palmyra, Pa., has returned home after enjoy ing an extended visit in Pensacola with relatives at Fort Barrancas. Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Brown are en tertaining as. their guests their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Brown, of Tampa, Fla., who will also visit as the guests of Mrs. C. A. Ward. ' Friends will be glad to learn that Mr. George Steven Roberts, who has been ill for the past three, weeds' at the Pensacola hospital is now able to be out again. Mr. George W. Shaddock, U. S. A., has numerous . friends Jn Pensacola who will be delighted to learn of his arrival In the United : States after fourteen; mouths service , overseas, news to that effect having just been re&tived hy his father-in-law, Mr. "J. G. Joyner. Mr. Shoddock. who ia now at Camp Merritt, N. J., will be mus tered out of 'the service . there and expects to arrive in Pensacola shortly. Friends will learn with much regret of the illness of "Ceil." the bright little daughter of Mrs. Jack Hooton, at her home in West Pensacola. . Friends are cordially welcoming Mr. and -Mrs. Waldo .Maj-key, of. Lake land, Fla., and Mrs- F. M. Crenshaw, and little son. "F. M..' Jr of Atlanta. who are visiting as the guests of Mrs. J. W. Berry at her home on North Alcaniz street. SANTA ROSA. Mi si " - '- '" ,: a Friends of Mr. Charley Beal, who has been absent from the city for the past year in business in Dayton, O., will be glad to know that he is ex pected to soon return home. , Friends are .cordially welcoming home Mr. Hoyt Brown, U. S. N., who recently received his discharge at The Lark made its stately entrance into Santa Rosa at 2 p. m. Tuesday, having made the trip from Pensacola in seven hours. - She is nicely fitted up and. the citizens of Santa Ros now can take their crops from the ground in the morning and have it in Pensacola the same evening. This is a great advantages the more perishable fruits, such as strawberries, grapes, and peaches can reach the market in good condition . Captain Henning can be justly proud of his craft and its fittings and tho citizens of Santa Rosa are now feeling happy. Miss Arneson has gone for L visit to Mrs. Lauermann at Shoals.-' Messrs. Heileganberg, Mackey, and Mr. and Mrs. Gigax visited this place on Friday and left by the Captain Fritz. f Messrs. Pressor and Armstrong were visitors on Thursday and are intending to return In the summer, here for his health. A party was held at the school house Friday evening and all seemed to enjoy themselves fine. Neil Howard left for Cleveland and will join his brother. Mr. C.-L-Stewart came for a short holiday to see to his orchard on , the Mach Bayou. ' He has a delightful location and his crops are doing well. He is having his1 house painted. Mrs. Parsons returned on the Lark. The St. Marks Mission Is supply ing help to those who need work done in starting their farms. It also looks after the education of the children and provides recreation and amusement. Lessons also are given in typewriting, music both instrumental and vocaL Manual training is provided for ths boys. IT'S THE SUMMER GIRL'S D.UTY TO PROTECT HER BEAUTY You don't want to sacrifice the joys and benefits of good, whole some outdoor sport at the beach, the resorts, the links, the courts on the streams or the highways. Swim, play, boat and motor all you like you can still defy sunburn, freckles and prickly heat, if you have the proper lotion, sensibly applied. We have them here will full information how to safeguard your good appearance and comfort. See this choice collection of sum mer toilets articles. Lay in a good supply of these "first aids" to the athletic summer girl. " - ;.-. You can bask in the sun, and still put others in the shade for good appearance. ; . THE CENTRAL . PHARMACY "In the Heart of Pensacola" PAN-AMERICAN COLLEGE NEWS V A great number of new pupils have started during the past week. The tooolt keeping course la pf oving very popular and most of the pupils who have been taking the stenographic course are now taking the bookkeeping course also. On account of the special discount now being offered to the first thirty that enroll, there has been a very heavy en rollment this past week and it will be only a short time before the thirty will te enrolled. Many fine permanent positions have been filled by graduates during the past . month. One of the most vl luable and important features of the college is the able employment department which is conducted for the benefit of the pupils. Before graduating pupils, are always placed in temporary positions and' are 'n this wey given good actual experience In the business world. After graduating they are placed in permanet positions and are capable of earning good salaries. The followig pupils passed their first test In shorthand: Miss Jennie Douglas, L. L. Hardy, M. D. Hardy and Millage Hardy. The following pupils passed their sec ond test in shorthand: Miss Irma Ian- jpington. Miss Frances Hurst, Miss Bessie Following pupils passed their' third test in shorthand: Miss Elsie Radford. Miss i Dorothy Walton. The following pupils passed their last test In shorthand: Miss Helen Wolf, Iviiss Leo Jernlgan, John Pfeiffer, Miss Hazel Crook, John Chalker. Tom Chalker, Miss Frances Graham, Miss Bessie John son. Miss Mavis Hoyt. The following students are doing splen- diu work in their speed studies: Miss Thelma Carr, George E. Nicholson, Mrs. Pearl E. Bell, Miss Josie Toronto. Miss Tlorentine Hoffman, Miss Irma Lapping- ton, Miss Clara Pepper, Mies Dorothy Walton, Miss Helen Wolf. Miss Louise THE ADVENT OF S PRING ! Prepare For Warm Weather MEN AND WOMEN NEED A BLOOD TONIC Rich, Red Blood Overcomes All Weak and Run down Systems Caused by Coughs and Colds IROHIZED PAW PAW HOST DEPENDABLE T OHIC Tf irmi ilaciro tr nruorvn vour vvntifn1 trim ot.H visor to a ripe Old age yOU must supply the iron deficiency in your food by using some form of prepared iron, just as you use salt when "your food has not enougn. Iron is absolutely necessary to enable your blood to change food Into living tissue. Without it, no matter how much or what you eat, your food does you ,o irnrwl Vmi'cannnt trnt th utrnrth rrnt nf it. and as a COnsequnece, you become anaemie, weak, pale and sickly looking. If you will use Ironized Paw- Paw, put in up liquid form only 1 tablespdonful 3 times a aay Deiore mean, you will very quickly find returning strength, digestion normal and the nervous system restored. ffTOnrarhro vnii ero some one can t found who has been benefited py Its use or knows of a friend who has found the desired relief; all are praising It and each expresses surprise that cures of the most stubborn cases or lnaigea tlon, nervousness and sleeplessness could be brought about so speedily. A system that is overworked or run down requires a safe Tonic. Alcohol lifts, but lets you fall. Ironized Paw-Paw lifts and holds you. Your druggist probably keeps it: but if he doesn't, it is sold in all up-to-date drugstores, Ironized Paw-Paw (liquid) price $1.20. has the formula on every bottle. Mail orders promptly attended to. Interstate Drug Company. Inc., New York. For sale in Pensacola at Hamilton Russell and all druggists. adv. Skelton, Miss Blanche Bazzell, Miss Leo na Daniels. Miss Winifred Walker, Miss Bessie Sheppard, Miss Martha Peters, Mrs. C. Burmeister, Miss Mafy McCas kill, Miss Hermlna Riss. Miss Esther Mae Brooks, Miss May Stokes. Miss Margaret Hoffman. Miss Hazel Crook, John Pfeif fer, Miss Mary Fairley, miss Leo Jernl gan. Miss Martha Peters has passed the 125 word test. The night school which is held every Monday, Wednesday and Friday evening from 7 to 9:30. has been growing very fast on account of those who have ben working for some time realizing how they are handicapped without a business education and are glad to have this -opportunity to take either-the stenographic or bookkeeping course. The following night students have been doing excellent work in thejr speeil in shorthand: John Chalker, Tom Chalk er. Miss Bessie Johnson, Miss Mavis Hoyt, Miss Bessie Pryon, John Penn, Miss Essie Johnson. The following night studets are pro gressing very rapidly in their studies: Lena Autrey, L. L." Hardy, Milford Har dy. Millage Hardy, Minnie White Morris, "Minnie Cooley, Miss Hoskins. Mrs. Bobe, Frances Graham, W. L Broxton, C. M. Broxton, W. Allen O'Hara, Winnie Stokes, Mrs. Margaret Brown. . The following new pupils will start shortly: Mrs. Bertha Fehlhaber, W. M. Williams, R. C. Keith, Lenore Caro, T. E. Williams, Annie May Way, Agethft Borchglevimb, Valdeman Bordlgwink, Marlon Veldink. Mary McCaskili wrote 115 words per minute on the typewriter, making on raisi ta&es. This is a remarkable performance in view of the fact that no msitakes aro counted in any tests in this college. Esther Mae Brooks wrote 63 words oa the typewriter making no mistakes, louise Skelton wrote 60 words on the typewriter. This was on new matter. Martha Peters wrote over 50 words per minute' on the typewriter. , The following wrote over 40 words per minute: Evelyn Walton, Florentine Hoff man. Winifred Walker. Josie Taranto, xiermlna Riss, Leon a Daniels. Those writing over 80 words per min ute were: John Pfeiffer, Helen Wolf. Mr3. Crook. Hazel Crook, Margaret Hoff mann, Helen Hoffmann, Leo Jernigan. FISHER-BROWN We Will Bond You. 918 Phones 919 SDend Your Vacation at NORTH CAROLINA In the "Sapphire) Country" where the nights are so cool a wool blanket is necessary. Good Trust fishing; Summer Schools for boys and girls. Fine Hotels and Boarding Houses. A booklet will be sent you for the asking. v BREVARD BOARD OF TRADE, BREVARD, N. C. 1 Ei: ii a qj a i e i. I WS,V- 3 : ; - Let QJs Traifii 011 For Urns! iess Life i w WHERE WILL YOU SPEND THE SUMMER? ON THE STREETS OR IN OUR COLLEGE? A well-spent summer will make you self-supporting1. Enroll at once and save a discount of 16.00. Nobody enrolled after June 1. You may enroll now and enter later if you wish. V COMPLETE STENOGRAPHIC and BOOKKEEPING COURSES INSTRUCTION DAY AND NIGHT. POSITIONS SECURED. PA N-AMERICAN BUSINESS THE OPEN DOOR TO OPPORTUNITY 274 to 289 Brent Building-. 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