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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING MAY 27 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To insure publication society news should reach the Journal office not later than 6 p. m. All communications should be signed, not for publication but as - guarantee of good faith. , - 1 1 St- DAILY THOUGHT. S Occupation cures one-half M i nt life's troubles, and tends to' 54 . . 1 J - '4 mitigate tne remamuer, 'i GEORGE MOGRIDGE. MEMBERS BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB READ ARTICLES FOR ANNUAL JOURNAL AT INTERESTING MEETING. Much fun and merriment attended the reading: by members of articles jor the annual Journal of the Busi Wss Women's Club when the weekly meeting was held in the club rooms st evening. A splendid poem. 'Haven't Got Time," was rea-d by Miss Fannie Wahlberg, president of the club, and a delightfully clever and humorous piece touching with light satire each member of the club, was read by Miss V. Herriman. One of the most clever and charmingly or iginal of the articles contributed was "Moon Lovelight,' by Miss Fannie famous, which dealt with - a pretty romance of one of the members In a most delightful way. A splendid and most Interesting article written in a charmingly conversational manner, read by Miss Sybil Lempke, was a re sume of all the social happenings and comings and goings of the different club members for the year. , Miss Nathalie Robertson. In her clever, ma ilable manner contributed several good jokes as also did Mrs. Lee, one In cluding quite an original and amus ing one on herself. Miss Ver Turk save a splendid article on "Hints to Business Women' and Miss Anna Montenari an interesting one on "Dressmaking." "Efficiency in Ser ving Lunches." was a most timely and appropriate one given by Miss Gould and a splendid article on the subject of "Health." and especially in its " re lation to business efficiency was given by Dr. Mary Noyes. Mrs. Hargis Gonzalez contributed a splendid arti cle on advertising. ' Altogeth -, ths Business Woman's Journal promises to be a most interesting and clever little paper of which the club may well be proud. BIRTHDAY PARTY FOR ROSELIND MAY. Roselind, the attractive little daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur May was the honor guest Sunday afternoon when her parents entertained a num ber of her little friends at their home on North Davis street. In celebration of her f.lfth birth anniversary. Many Interesting games were played during the afternoon the guests later being invited into the dlnmg room where lavish decorations of various hued sweet peas and roses with ferns formed a pretty setting for the table, lovely in Its appointments and centered with the large pink and white birth day cake nestled in a mass of pink roses. ' The candles were extinguished by the honor guest after which ' the cake was cut and a delicious ice course was served. Small American flags - were ?:ven each little guest as a sousenlr. Those who enjoyed this happy occa sion with Roselind were: Drols Seals, Helen Ward, Fraicis and Gladis Gal ict. .Louis and Jewel TJielson, Ruble Louise and Mildred Suggs, Susie Bell and Inez Eddins. Ruth Nordstrom, Dorothy Deloney, Isabell , May, - Mary Mary Louise Marble, Messrs. Bobby Payne, Frankie Pericola. Alfred May, Clinton and Vinson Curry, Johnnie and XMs Delmer, Dan Eddins. Glen Mar tte. Jr., Henry and Robert "Ward, and Paul Motes. LEE-LANE ANNOUNCEMENT. Of cordial Interest to friends in Pen sacola is the announcement by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Lane, of Hadley, Ala, of the engagement and approaching mar riage of their daughter Ima Louise to Mr. James Corbett Lee, of Atmore, the wedding to take place the latter part of June. Miss Lane who is a member of the faculty of the high school at Brewton and sister. Miss Lelia Lane 'who is also teaching at Brewton spent the week end in the city as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Freenjan. Jr. REDD-MARCH WEDDING. A pretty marriage was quietly sol emnized at Christ Episcopal . rhurch Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock, when Miss Gertrude March became the bride of Mr Terrell Washington Redd. Reverend John H Brown, rector of Christ church, performing the impres sive ceremony in the presence of the immediate family and intimate friends. Tho bride was unusually charming in a girlish gown, exquisitely fashioned of giay crepe-de-chine with gray pic ture hat and boots to match, he was attended by Mitsr Anatalene' Fnggonia who wore a summery model white crepe-de-chine with accessories to match. The. groom had as his at tendant, Mr. George Edgar. Immediately after the ceremony the bridal party were entertained .with an informal reception at the home of the bride's sister, Mrs. George Edgar on North Alcaniz street, wher hearty congratulations were showered on the hiM v ycur.!.' ;eo; o :nd tnw man handsome wedding presents received, were admired. Mr. and Mrs. Ilerid will make their hone in the ci. WOMEN OF HOME RECEIVE FREEZER OF CREAM The ladies of the Womans Home were the recelpients of a new freez er, filled with delicious peach ice cream, Sunday through the kind thoughtfvil ness of Mr. Morris Bear and daugh ter. Miss Hilda Bear and to go with the cream making a delightful des sert for their dinner Sunday was a fine, homemade cake presented them by DORCAS SOCIETY MEETS WITH MRS. BON ACKER TODAY. The Dorcas Society of the Knox Presbyterian church meets this after noon at 3 o'clock, with Mrs. C. S. Bonacker at her home. 1218 East Mo reno street. DR. INGRAM TO ATTEND OPTICAL CONVENTION IN MONTGOMERY. Dr. J. L. Ingram left last night, for Montgomery where he goes to attend by special . invitation, the Alabama State Optical convention, May 27 th. and 28th. BENEFIT ENTERTAINMENT AT SCHOOL NO 9. It is announced that the entertain ment which was given at school No. 9 formerly School No. 43.) in June of ist year, under the direction of Ser vant C. M. Hutchins. of the Fort Barrancas band and which proved such ' wonderful success will be repeated the school again next Monday night, pie main feature of the entertainment a drama, entitled "The Spy. After A a win be given a most amusing com edy "The Unexpected Bridegroom" a good repetoire of instrumental fcd vocal numbers between acts. The1 Proceeds will go to local charities. NTE-NUPTIAL SHOWER FOR WSS McNAMEE. Anong the most charming of the ely social courtesies brighteningthe w-;m be the ante-nuptial shower ' which Miss Florence Haley en 'tttains in honor of Miss Annie Me ' "' one of June's sweet brldo elects " e home of her sister. Mrs. M. E. ih 17 West La Rua street:. Thurs evening at 3 o'clock. PicOifledl OileiririiiBgj ready to -serve 2FOR25c ' Delicatessen Dep't 1720. Pfacaea 1721 DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA ENTERTAINED WITH DELIGHTFUL DANCE AT K. OF C. A number of novelty features intro duced and excellent music contributed in making the benefit dance with which the Daughters of Isabella entertained at the K of C. hall last night one of the most successful and enjoyable dances having been given thre in some time. The vocal selections by Mrs. W. A. Leonard and Mrs. H. L. Nelson were thoroughly enjoyed and "the novelty acts by Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Davis, of New York won hearty applause. Music was furnished by the .orchestra under the direction of O'Brien Motta and Leo A. Waters was floor manager. Chaperones for the evening were lies dames Ed Anderson. Henry Hyer, Lil lian Hllliard, Vince Fauria. The com mittee having the dance in charge and who were largely ' responsible for Its splendid success were Misses Jose phine Bowes, Geraldlne Touart, Sadie McHugh. Kathertoe Motta and Mrs. Edmund Fox. DR. AND MRS. COX RETURNED FROM SOUTH FLORIDA. Dr. O. H. Cox, government specialist tn the public health service has re turned home from Miami, Fla., where he attended the meeting of the Florida State Medical association held there May 20-22. He was accompanied by Mrs. Cqx who spend the week in Jack sonville 'where she enjoyed a delight ful visit as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. George Simons and other friends . AEosty Glass of Tetleys A tall, frosty glass of Tetley's iced tea it puts new life, into you on scorching summer days ! It's the easiest cold drink to make and truly wholesome. All you need is Tetley's Tea, cracked ice and ' a ripe, juicy lemon. The tea must be Tetley's if you want choice tea selected from the world's finest gardens, perfectly blended. Have you tried Tetley's Orange Pekoe? TE TLEY' "TEA MRS. DAN SHEPARD IS CHAPTER HOSTESS FOR U. D. C. The United Daughters of the Con, f ederacy held open house yesterday, with Mrs. Dan Shepard as chapter hostess. Mr. C. N. Williams related his personal recollections, of the war between the states, and told of life in a northern prison camp. His talk was very Interesting. SURPRISE PARTY FOR MISS WHITE. Miss Daisy White was delightfully surprised on Saturday evening when a number of her High School friends gave a party In celebration of her lSth birthday. Old fashioned games were played and music rendered during the evening by Mrs. Austin Smith and Miss Miriam Windham. At the close of the even ing light refreshments were served and the guests departed at a late hour wishing Miss White many happy re turns of the day. ... NOMADS ELECT OFFICERS AND CHOOSE SUBJECT FOR NEXT YEAR. At their annual business meeting at the home of Mrs. John B. Jones, on North Barcelona street, yesterday af ternoon the Nomads elected the fol lowing officers for the year, Mrs. C. W. Oliver, president, Mrs. Lucius J. Reeves, first vice-president; Mrs. W. R.' Gonzales, second .vice-president; Mrs. John B. Jones, secretary and treasurer. The Nomads chose to travel over all parts of the Holy land next year and mapped out a most interest ing journey. Mrs. Sarah Seeley was the guest of the Nomads for the after noon. After the regular business meet ing a delightful social hour was en joyed when a dainty ice course was served. Mesdames John B. Jones, W. R, Gonzales. F." S. Mellen, W. E. An derson, S. R. Mallory Kennedy acting as hostesses. WOMEN DO SPLENDID WORK IN SALVATION ARMY HOME SERVICE DRIVE Pensacola women have fully won the laurels in the Salvation Army Home Service drive and yesterday more than a thousand dollars had been reported by them. Work will continue until the quota is reached which it is hoped will be not later than Wednes day night. City chairman, C. B. Her vey expresses himself as being espe cially pleased with the work of the ladies and more so in view of the fact that the territory covered by them was over such a scattered area. The East Hill team which led the soliciting mak ing an exceedingly fine report, Mrs. H E. Root was chairman with Mrs. Smith THE WAR IS OVER But the soldiers and sailors will nevT stop talking- about t"he comfort they got from the Allen's Foot-Ease, the antiseptic powder to be shaken into the shoes, which their sweethearts, mothers or sis ters sent them. Until it is tried no on knows what a quick and wonderful relist Allen's Foot-Ease is to painful, aching, swollen, tender feet. Corns. Bunions and Calluses. It makes walking a delight. Sold everywhere. !l(ff I'm sure o M will heal your skin For years and years Rcsinol has been a favorite household remedy for eczema and other com mon skin-troubles. It usually stops the itching at once and quickly heals the eruption. Doctors prescribe it very widely. It also makes an ex cellent dressing for barns, wounds, chafings, and sore, irritated places generally. Rcsinol contains nothing that could injur th tenderest (kin. 1 1 is era more effective If used with Remind Soap. All drug jists seli Kcsinol and Rcsinol Soap. ::! IT 8 OurClcarance Sale on Hats Continued Today Only On account of inclement weather of "yesterday, knowing that the women couid not get out on account of the heavy rainfall, we continue today our Special Slaughter Price on every Hat A A v Ja. PSa W A r - . r ". Every Woman in Pensacola Should Visit Our Store Today. DIVIDED INTO FIVE LOTS LOT 5 LOT 1 $2:98 $5 values LOT 2 $3o98 7.50 values LOT 3 $4.98 LOT 4 $7.48 12.50 &. $15 values S10 values None on Appro vel None Exchanged Cash Only TCHE EAED"TWEAC:2 STHE 9 AND 11 SOUTH PALAFOX $9.98 $20 values i rcr- 'X A "Wake-Up ' flavor for Salads Of. course your palate can't taste trie wholesome nourishment in COVO. But wedoubt if there exists a single sleepy appetite which wontv say, when introduced to the delightful flavor of this new salad oil, "Hello, here's something new and mighty good. One New York hostess says Covo chicken salad is "always "the life of the party. 1 ry it on your guests. Here s the recipe: COVO WITH CHICKEN Cut chicken into half-inch cubes. Add an equal amount of tender white celery cut into small pieces. Mix thoroughly together with a little finely chopped onion. Moisten with French dressing. Line salad bowl with lettuce. Pile salad in mound. Mask with Mayonnaise a la Covo. and decorate with sliced hard boiled egye or delicately cut red beets. Olives, too. may be used for a garnish. Use this recipe for cold veal. MOST of your cooking recipes call for short ening. Try Covo in cakes, cookies, in fad, wherever a fine shortening is needed. When you taste the results, you'll understand why the managing chef of the Waldorf, the McAlpin and the Claridge recommends Covo. ( X&S f0B SALADS 1 2s At grocers' in tins of pint, quart, half-gallon and gallon sizes Mrs. Cole and Mrs. J. O. Walker work ing with her. A good report was also made by the East Pensacola Heights team of which Mrs. G. N. Quigley is captain, which caroe seconA to the East Hill team. Miss Roberta Lawrence, Mrs. Guy Payne, Mrs. Rob ert Little and Mrs. B. F. Bryars also made good reports from their terri tories. A more detailed report will be given later as all returns have not yet been received. marriage took place in Quitman G, on Friday and Mr. "Bud" Hickman, of Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Hathaw; were accompanied as far as Montgom ery by Mr. and Mrs. Price Hickmar. who are also on their wedding itineary Mrs. C. W. Tar HATH AW AY-HICKMAN WEDDING AT MUSCOGEE. A marriaee of cordial interest and which came as somewhat of a sur nrise to a wide circle of friends was that of Miss Irma Hickman and Mr. Joseph Hathaway both of Bonifay, Fla. which was quietly celebrated at high noon Saturday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cooper at Muscogee, Fla., Kev- erend Mr. Bryant of the .Meinoaisi church of Gonzalez, officiating. There were no attendants. The bride wore a. smart tra vplinsr suit of tan with accessories to match. Immediately af ter the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Hatha way left for Texas where they will make their home stopping enroute to visit In Mobile and New Orleans. - Mrs. Hathaway is ar unusually charming young woman and has hosts of friends throughout the county and in Muscogee where she has taught for the past winter as a member of the faculty of the Muscogee High School making her home while there with Mr. and Mrs. Cooper. Among the out-of-town guests at the wedding were the bride's mother. Mrs. Hick man, of Bonifay, Miss Lois Sluckey, of Pensacola, Mr. and Mrs. Price Hick man, (Miss Mary Lee Chance) whOH TETTER 2 YEARS CUTIH HEALS In Pimples on Face and Neck. Itched and Burned. "I had tetter for two years. It be gan with pimples. My face-and neck being anecxeo. i ne ssun was sore and red, and the pimples enlarged and caused great loss of sleep. The itching and burning were intense. "Then I saw an adver tisement for Cuticura Soap and Oint ment, and I bought them, ana I only used two cakes of Soap and two boxes of Ointment when I was healed." (Signed) W. S Williamson, R.F.D. 2, Box 23, Ivor, Vs., July 26, 1918. For every purpose of the toilet Cuticura Soap, Ointment and Tal cum are supreme. v . ImbU Sack Tnm by If ail- Address port-eard: "Cstfcws, XHm. K. "" " Sold mrrwam. BompSe. Ointmat a aod (Oe. Taicaa2Sc ROYAL NEIGHBORS OF AMERICA TO MEET THIS AFTERNOON. The Royal Xeighbors c America will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the W. O. W. hall on West Gar den street. All membei? are request ed to be present. MEETING LADIES AUXILIARY TO O. R. C. ' The Ladies Auxiliary to the O. R. C. will meet this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the AV. O. W. hall, -n Romanna street. . A full attendance is urged. 5 Persoral Mention 35 r Friends of Miss Moliie Sanchez will be glad to know that she is renorted as somewhat improved after having oeen quite ill at her home on "West Garden street for the past week. Officer and Mrs. "W. Wilkinson and little daughter. Alma, of the naval air station spent the week end as ihe guests of Mrs. Ruth Crabtree at her tome in West Penseacola Among the guests registered at the San Carlos are Fred M. Scott, of Per- do Beach. Ala. Eugene Ware, of hiladelphia, C. H. Johnson, of Atlanta, K. S. Spllj;n?n, of Jacksonville, Earle E. Griggs, of Atlanta, and Paul Roed er, of Montgomery. Pensacola naval air station, has been nlaced an inactive duty and left Sun day night for Texas going from there on to New Tork City. Ensign Chas. Duncan, IT. S. X., who has been stationed at the Pensacola, naval air station has departed for Hampton Roads, Va., where he will join the American squadron for the trip around the . world. Friends and relatives will . be v glad 10 know that W. H. Caro, Jr., is home after two weeks illness and operation at the Pensacola HospitaL Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Hobart have re turned to Pensacola after an extended stay in the northern states and are at present making their home at the San Carlos. Ensign D. C. Collins, U. S. of the STRENGTHENS KIDNEYS A PURIFIES BLOOD Yon can't expect weak kidneys t4 cJter tne acids and voisona out of your system unless they are given a little olp Don't allow tbem to become diseased when a little attention now will prs vznt it. Don't try to cheat nature. . As soon as you commence to bat backaches, feel nervous and tired. GET? BUSY. These are? usually warnings th t your kidneys axe not workinc properly. Do not delay a minute. Go after th cause of your ailments or you may find yourself in therrip of an incurable dis esee. GOLD MEDAL Haarlem Oil cap sules will give almost immediate relief from kidney troubles. GOLD MED AL Haarlem Oil Capsules will do tbe work. They are the pure original Harleni Oil Capsules imported direct from the laboratories in Haarlem, Hol land. Ask your druggist for GOLD MEDAL and accept no substitutes. Look for the name GOLD Mien at, oa every box. Three sixes, sealed packages. Money refunded it tbeg da s&t Quickly help you,- Now is Good Time to It May Not Be Troubling: You During the War Weather, But It Is Still in Your Blood. Cattarrh is not only a disgusting disease but is a dangerous one, and Lyou should never let up in your ef forts to get it out of your system until you have done it thoroughly Get rid of it whatever it costs you in trouble and money. ' Mild weather will aid the treatment and this is an excellent time to thor oughly cleanse tbe blood of the germs of Catarrh and be forever rid of the troublesome sprays and douches that can only relieve you for the time. S. S .S. is a purely vegetable blood remedy, made from roots and herbs Drive Out Catarrh dricet from the forest, which combat promptly disease germs or impurities in the blood. This great remedy has been used for more than fifty years, with most satisfactory results. It has been successfully used by those afflict ed with even the severest cases of Catarrh. It relieves catarrh thorough ly, for it treats the disease at its source, S. S. S. is sold by druggists everywhers. For the benefit of those afflicted with catarrh or other blood disorders, we maintain a medical department in charge of a specialist skilled in these diseases. If you will write us fully, he will give your case careful study, and write you just what your own in dividual case requires. No charge i made for this service. Address Swift Specific Co, 262 Swift Laboratory, At lanta, Ga. (adv.) f: