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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 6, 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. ' To insure publication society news sho'ild reach the Journal office not later than $ p. m. All com znunications should be signed, not for' publication but as -. guarantee of good faith. MARRIAGE OF MISS SADIE KUGELMAN TO MARTIN TOHRNER BEAUTIFULLY SOLEMNIZED AT TEMP LE BETH-EL. The marriage of Miss Sadie Kugrel man, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dava Kugelmt-n, 116 West Belmont Street, to Martin Tohrner, of Franklin, Tenn., was celebrated at Temple Beth-El last evening at 8 o'clock. Dr. William Ack erman, rabbi of the Temple .officiating. Members of Bridal Party. Miss Anne Tohrner, of Franklin, Tenn., a ster of the groom, was maid of honor. Mrs. Kugelman, mother of the bride, and Mrs .Ellis Dobson, of Hickmor , Ky., sister of the groom, were matrons -of-honor. There were five bridesmaids. Misses Hazel Tohrner, of Tohrner, of Franklin, Tenn., sister of the grocm, Paula Illrschkovitz, Hazel Jacoby, Eva Berlin, and Sylvia Kahn, all of Pensaeola. Maxine Bear, the lit tle daughter-of Mr. and Mrs. Max I. Bear was flower-girl. Leonard M. Goodman, of Olasogw, Ky., was best man an! the three groomsmen were Edgar and Jack Kugelman, brothers of the brid and Aubrey Weiland, of Pen saeola. The Ave ushers were Jennings Illrschkovitz, of Pensaeola; L. S. Dob son, of Hickman, Ky.; Claude Kugel man, Albert Klein, Harry Engel, of Pensaeola. Entrance of Bridal Party. Just preceding the ceremony MrR. Clarence Frenkel sang "At Dawning". A violin solo, Meditation from Phais was then played by Joaquin Sabadine, alter which Mrs. Frenkel sang, "I Love You Truly." As tht first rtralns cf the weddins march were struck the bridal party en tered prt ceded by the ushers. The bride entered on the arm of her father by whom she was given in marriage. Her wedding gown was fashioned of white georgette elaborately beaded with pearls o er heavy white satin, and was worn wl h long court train and bridal veil of illusion arranged in coronet Myle, most becoming to her vivacious find delicate type of blonde beauty. Sprays of orange blossoms were caught in her v jil ad small sprays of orange blossoms in a bow of bridal illusi n formed buckles for her 'white satin b ippers. Her veil -was pinned with a friend ship circle of pearls a present from her grandmother, Mrs. Louise Cohen and her only ornament was a bar pin of rlatinum encrusted with diamonds, h r gift from the groom. She wus preceded by Maxine- Bear, ,lhe flower girl, lovely in a dainty frock of white organdy. She carried a French Foot-Shaping Shoes For Youngsters H The necessity of proper shoes for growing feet cannot be too strongly emphasized. Starting with the first broad toed heelless shoes for little tots, the shape and heel height should be so grad ually changed as they grow older that they may never know the torture of any foot ailment. Our shoes for children are scientifically constructed to meet the sr ecial requirements of every age, t.nd their sturdiness means a conoidrable saving in shoe bills. Chi dren's Sox, dainty colored tops in Lisle or Silk 40o to $1.00 MEYER SHOE CO. Per sa cola's Popular Shoe Store Delicatessen Boiled Ham Roast Beef Roast Pork Corned Beef Roast Chickens Pastromer Mortadella Salami . Cervalate New England Style Ham Deviled Crabs Homi-made Baked Beans The Pure Food. Store basket filled with flowers which sho strew in the path of the bride. The bride's bouquet was of bride' roses showered and the maids carried pink carnations tied with tulle to to match their gowns. The matrons -f honor carried arm bouquets of whii carnations tied with white tulle. Reception Fellows Ceremony. . Immediately after the ceremony a re ception and dance was held at tha Progress club, where the bride and groom were assisted in receiving by thy members of the briday party and Mr. Louise Cohen, grandmother of. the bride, Mr. and Mrs. A Tohrner, pareni of the groom and Mr. and Mrs. Laz Jacoby, Mr. and Mrs. I. Wolff, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Cohen, Mrs. Daisy Ros nau, Mrs. Jake Hauteman, Mr. and Mrs N. Weiland. and Mr. and Mrs. Mu L. Bear. Light refreshments and punch were, served during the evening. Misses Esther Weiland and Heln Wolff presided at the punch bowls and Misses Elsie Bear, Miriam Kahn, Sari AVolff, Dorothy Hirschman. Jeanns Wolff, Sylvia Touart, LydjLa Mary Bruce, lone Kelson, Margaret Louise Tonge, Glenna Strickland and Frances .ohen formed a pretty group of young girls who assisted in serving the guests. Miss Miriam Mayer was in charge of the bride's book. The reception was short and informal and was followed by a dance continu ing late into the evening. Music was furnished by Anderson Dougles or chestra and the dance was in charge of Simcn Wagenheim who also had charge of the decorations of the club. Wedding -Itinerary. Mr. and Mrs. Tohrner left last night for Chicago and other points of inter est and after an absence of two weeks will be at home to friends at Franklin, Tenn., where Mr. Tohrner Is engaged In business. TO ATTEND COMMENCEMENT AT PRINCETON. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hilton-Green leave MBnday to attend the conjmen' ". ment exercises at Princeton (which became-Mr. Hilton-Green's Alma Mater when he graduated with vthe class of '17), and after enjoying the round of festivities there will visit with Mrs. Hilton-Green's relatives in New York City. ' BRUCE-BELL WEDDING. The marriage of Miss Leah Bell, daughter of W. A. Bell, to Otto Brucs, U. S. N., of Fort Worth. Texas, us Solemnized at the St. Michael's pa rqchial house yesterday afternoon at 6 o'clock. Rev. Father Cullen, assis tant rector of St. Michael's churcti, performing the ceremony. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Alford, sister and brother-in-law of the bride. The marriage was very quietly celebrated on account of a re cent bereavement in the family and only immediate relatives attended, The bride wore a gown of flesh colored Georgette with leghorn hat trimmed in , pink, and Mrs. Alford wore white Georgette with delicate pink picture hat. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce will make their home at Warrington for the present. Mrs. Bruce was a nurse at the Pensaeola hospital and Mr. Bruce has been stationed here for some time. They both have numer ous friends who unite in extending them congratulations and good wishes. , - SAN CARLOS Main Cafe Club Breakfast...... S5 and up served 7 to 10 Luncheon...'. 60c and 75c served 12 to 2:30 Dinner $1.00 served to 8:30 Saturday and Sunday Dinner DeLuxe $1.50 served 12 to 8:30 Service a la carte at Grill Room prewar prices Coffee Shop and Grill Closed for Summer. Specialties Ham Croquettes Chicken Salad Potato Salad Swiss Cheese Roman Cheese Old English Dairy Cheese Brick Cheese Limburger Cheese Cream Cheese Roquefort Cheese Home-made Pimento Cheese Sandwiches GIBSON-BOSTWICK WEDDING. Coming as a. great surprise to friends was the announcement of the marriage of Lieutenant J. R. Gibson, IT. S. N- son of Mr. and Mrs. J.J. Gibson,' 1600 East DeSoto street, to Miss Louise Bostwick, of Denver, Col., which was quietly solemnized on Monday, June 2nd, at New York City. Miss Lillie Mae Gibson sister of Lt. Gibson, who has been spending some time in New York as his guest, and a few intimate friends, were the only witnesses. Lieutenant Gibson not long since returned to the United States from overseas duty and is now stationed as commanding officer at the Margin al Parkway air station. Mrs. Gibson is a charming society girl or Denver and a member of one of that city's oldest and most well known families. For the present ' Lt. and Mrs. Gib son will make their home at Brook lyn, New York. LIEUTENANT RHEBA CRAWFORD LEAVES FOR GEORGIA. Lieutenant Rheba Crawford, of the Salvation Army, who has been spend ing the past several weeks in Pen saeola having been loaned by the Sal vation Army to the campaign commit tee for the home service drive left last night for.Amerlcus, Ga. During her stay here Miss' Crawford made her home at the San Carlos. In appearance one would never con nect Miss Crawford with the generally accepted type of a Salvation Army girl. She 18 a typical American girl, full of life, vim and vigor, humorous rid alert with merry Irish gray eyes. But in conversation and when speaking of her chosen work she displays a depth and understating of human na ture surprising in one so young. "I love every human being, good or bad, and Wie greatest pleasure I can find is to b able to serve others" she said. "All 1 my life I have been in the Salvation Army. My father is a brigadier gen eral with headquarters in Atlanta and I have always been connected with the Army in some way. In the tambou rine, social service work and all other kinds of work connected with the army For a year I did feature work for the Atlanta Constitution and have been of fered the same work with larger pa pers, but, within me is the iove of the work done by the Salvation Army, I realize the great need of lt, the scope of it and the beautiful service and heroism found In it -for nothing can ha greater than to serve humanity in this way. I love people, everyone and T could never be happy unless serving them. Life to me means to be Joyous and happy and that is found in lov ing others which means a desire to serve them. Miss Crawford has large ly contributed to the success of the drive in this section and has been the means . of stimulating Interest In the Salvation Army work. She is officially stationed at Macon, Ga. -t MR. MERRITT IN WASHINGTON John A. Merritt who is on an extend ed business trip expecting, to be absent from the city until about the middle of June is now in Washington, D. C and expects to leave there to day for Plalnsfield, X. J., where he will visit with his daughter. Miss Doris Merritt. who is attending the Hartridge school. He will also visit in New York City and . other points in the northeast and will stop in Norwalk. Conn., to see his son. Jack Merritt. who is attending the Hartstrom -schoV. before returning home via Jacksonville. RIERA-LEE WEDDING. The marriage of Miss Elsie Lee. daughter of Mr.. Roland E. Lee. to Clarence J. Riera, was quietly solemn ised at the residence of the bride's father, 1811 North 15th avenue, on Wednesday evening at 6 o'clock, Rev, W. E. Mcllwain officiating. Only members of the immediate families attending. The bride wore a chic tailored model of taupe with acces sories to match. There were no at tendants. Immediately after the ceremony Mr. and Mrs. Riera left for Bagdad. Fla., where they will visit with Mrs. u era's cousin, Mr. and QFrs. c. H. Overman, for about . ten days. On theis return they will make their home with Mrs. Rier&'s father on North 15th avenue. MEETING DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA SEWING CIRCLE. The Daughters of Isabella Sewing Circle will meet with Mrs. P. E. Com myns at her home on South Baylen street, this afternoon at 3; 10 o'clock All members are urged to be pres ent. ABU P L 3 Sairaiplle Sfkiirtts A Few Waists To be Sold Saturday, June 7th at 50 cents on the Sizes 27, 28, 29 and 30 Few Extra Sizes MISS E. BERMAN 80 East Wright Street THE BEST PEOPLE IN PENSACOLA TRADE WITH We carry in stock at all times a large stock and the latest styles, at moderate prices, and are known as the Store for Every Member of the Family. .Ira. l-'r'fev. ft Open a Charge Account GENTRY & STRICKLAND 21 EZ INFORMALLY ENTERTAINS. Miss Rowena Marsh was hostess Wednesday when she informally en tertained in honor of Miss Harriett Brandon, of Thomasville, Ga., who is visiting as the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Pace, inviting some of her intimate friends in to meet this at tractive Georgia visitor. The affair was in the form Of a porch party and a dainty salad course was served. COMMANDER NICKINSON -8TATIONED ON U. S. 3. NEVADA. Commander E. P. Nickinson, who has been on duty at San Domingo, Cal., has been transferred to the U. S. S. "Nevada" and Mrs. Nickinson (Em Turner Merritt) will spend the sum mer in Newport, expecting to later visit in Pensaeola, her friends will be delighted to learn. Mrs. Nickinson was on of Pensacola's most attractive so ciety girls and ,has been greatly missed in social circles since her marriage to Commander Nickinson which was an interesting event of the latter part of last year. HOME FROM COLLEGE. Among the boys returning home from college are Billy Dick Turner, Rich ard Merritt, Treadwell and. Armstead Covington and Francis Mitchell who arrive todav from Sewanee. Tenn- Heal Skin Diseases Tf la imnssarv for vou to suffer with eczema, blotches, ringworm, rashes and similar skin trouoies. a nrue zemo, obtained at any drug store for 35c; or $1.00 for extra large bottle, and promptly applied will usually give instant relief from itching torture. It cleanses and soothes the skin and heals quickly and effectively most skin diseases. Zemo is a wonderful, penetrating, dis appearing liquid and is soothing to th most delicate skin. It is not greasy, u easily applied and costs little. Get it today and save all further distress. The . W. Rom Co, Cleveland. O.- SKIRT SALE! Dollar Visit Our Store Today Every Day Sea the Wonderfol Values We Offer Our Patrons STRAW HATS Mr. Man, you'll find the season's best, in al the favored straws and you can use your credit. $1 to $10 CREPE DE CHINE AND BARONET SATIN SKIRTS There are Gabardines and Pop lins in white and colors, quality and workmanship above the ordinary. $1 to $18.50 PUMPS AND OXFORDS All leathers, In the season't new est models. Every pair splendid values. See them today. $2.50 ta $8.50 MEN'S SUITS Shake that old heavy suit, get into a nice cool, airy Palm Beach. Mohair or Cool Cloth. They all await you here. $10 to $35 Also other merchandise too numerous to men tion. Come see for yourself. 26 SOUTH PALAFOX STREET where they attended the Sewane Mili tary institute. Accompanying them will e Mrs. Marie T. Covington who ascended the commencement exercises of the senior class of which her son, Ai mistead Covington was member. AUTOMOBILE RlDE FOR LADIES AT WOMANS HOME. Trrough the tatghtful courtesy of Me.'fbmes Morris li'.-ar. Alex Lisohkoff, gt'j'nberg and 1 i lumber le Jtno old ladies of the Woiih.is Homo enjoyed an aitvomobile ride "Wednesdav after noon and on their return were refresh fd v.th delicious homemade cake and ire cream. IN HONOR CONFIRMATION. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Jacoby entertained at their home Wednesday afternoon from 4 to 7 o'clock, in honor of the con-, firmation of their son, Frances Jacoby. The apartments were thrown ensuite for the occasion and the color motif pf pink and green was artistically car ried out in the decorations with spring flowers and southern greenery. Mr. and Mrs. Jacoby were assisted in receiving by Mrs. W. G. Barrow and an ice course, in which the prevailing color scheme was prettily carried out was served by little Misses Miriam Jacoby, Ray Arronowitz and Jeanette Guggen heim. The table was lovely in its ap pointments and was centered with a large cake embossed in pink and green and decorated with flowers, placed on a large reflector. Many handsome gifts were received. D w VTA So2p -tfe-si-a m Heed" Last Chance Comic Opera in Two Acts by High School Music Class . Repeated Jby Special Request " High School Auditorium,, Tonight, at 8:15 o'clock General Admission, 35c. Reserved Seats, 50c. Tickets for Sale Central Pharmacy Army and Navy Club WASH DRESSES There are Voiles and Organdies. Every dress designed to meet the most, exacting trade. All the new colorings. $5 to $25 BLOUSES The most delightful styles, all the new models, in Crepe de Chines, Georgettes and washable materials. $1 to $12.50 MILLINERY Here's where we are supreme, the -prettiest summer straws in fetch ing models and reasonably priced. $1.50 to $10 BOYS' SUITS Send the coming men here today to be outfitted in the best of clothes, shoes and hats. $2.50 to $15 .a 5 Personal Mention " Mrs. Dan Reilly and children leave next week for Asheville, North Carolina where they will spend the summer. Mrs. George W. "Wright. Mrs. J. Simpson Reese and Miss Sallie Wright have retusned home after a delightful visit with relatives and friends in San Francisco. Salt Lake City and other points in the western states. Mrs. E. C. Strickland and daughter, Glenna, of Florala, Ala., will return home today after a short stiy in the city. They were guests at the Tohrner- Kugelman weeding and Miss Strickland was one of the bevy of young girls who assisted in serving at thte reception following. Friends will be pleased to learn of the arrival in the United States of Private A. L. Thompson, son of Mrs. G. W. Thompson, 914 East Cervantes street, and to know that he is expected to arrive home with a short time. CUT BEST "T!Z" EH FEET HURT Tlz" for store, tired, npf fed-up, aching, calloused feet or corns Tou can be happy-footed in a mo ment. Use "Tlx" and never suffer with tender; raw, burning, blistered, swollen, tired, smelly feet. "Tic' and pnly "Tls" takes the pain and sore ness out of corns, callouses and bun Ions. As soon as you put your feet in a TTlz" bath, you Just feel the happi- Pest soaking In. How good you poor, Id feet feeL They want to dance for foy. "Tlx" is grand. "Tlx" instantly draws out all the poisonous exudations which puff tip your feet and cause Bore. 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