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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. TUESDAY MORNING, JUNE 10, 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO 6 P. M. To insure publication society news should reach the Journal offlc not later than S p. m. All communications should be signed, not for publication but as r. guarantee o f good faith. C. LADIES AUXILIARY TO O. R, MEET THIS AFTERNOON. The Ladles' Auxilieary to the O. R. C, will hold their regular meeting this afternoon at 3 o'clock, at the XV. O. "W. hall, on "West Romana street. All members are urged to be present. PURALGIA i or iieaaacne Rub the forehead " and temples wita DAILY THOUGHT. saasasisBaissjBiBiBHias 38 S! There is not a single moment in life that we can afford to lcse. E. M. GOULBURN. iff 3 R KEITH LEY- MclNTOSH WEEDING. A wedding of Interest took place Sundiy afternoon at 4:30 o'clock when Miss Mary Elizabeth Mcintosh, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Mc Intosi and Mr. Jack Lester Keithley were quietly united In marriage, Rev. J. A. Ansley, of the First Baptist church, performing the ceremony In the presence of relatives and a few intimate friends. The wedding took place at the home of the bride's par ents, 420 West Chase street. Thu home was very prettily dec orate! for the occasion with ferns and shastt daisies, which were attractive ly arranged about the room. Preceding the ceremony, C. P. O. Howard Vining, U. S. N., sang, "I Ijove You Truly," accompanied on the piano by Misa Katie Lee Bryars, who also played Lohengrin's wedding music. Miss Bryars was attired in a pretty summery dress of pink voile with pink hat. The bride wore a most becoming suit of dark blue serge, with picture hat o! blue and accessories to match. Mr. Keithley 13 a most attractive Pensacola girl, who has always made her hsme here and has many friends who wish her much joy and happiness durinj her married life. Mr. Keithley makes his home at Floral Park. Long Island. New York, but was before going overseas, sta tioned at the Pensacola naval air sta tion far some time. He was Just re cently mustered out of the service. Durip? his stay he made many friends who extend him sincere congratula tions. Mr. Keithley left with his brie Sunday night for Jacksonville to spend a few days before going on to New York, where they will make their future home. PENSACOLA YEOMANETTES BECOME MEMBERS "THE ENROLLED WOMAN'S LEAGUE GIRLS ENJOY DELIGHTFUL OUTING AT CAMP "SEABREEZE." About 40 girls with Mr. and Mrs. Dan Shepard, Mrs. C. W. Lamar and Mrs. Henry Jeudevine, enjoyed an outing to Camp "Seabreeze" on Mr. and Mrs. Shepard's houseboat, the "Martha," Sunday. The girls spent a most enjoyable day at the camp which is conducted exclusively for girls un der the auspices of the Patriotio iClCSPORl YOiR BODYGUARD" -30f. 2Q present. The club has a membership Of 44 with Misses Mary Houghton as president, and Maud Johnston, secretary. OF NAVAL RESERVE Membership certificates have been League and expressed themselves as FROM MRS. BENNETT ARRIVED LOS ANGELES. Mrs. Lb 32. Bennett arrived In Pen sacola Sunday from Los Angeles, Cal., to Join Major Bennett who is stationed at Fort Barrancas, and is at present making her home at the Ban Carlos. Major Bennett who was Colonel of the 847th Field Artillery, recently re turned to the states after 15 months der son -Douglas orchestra. eerviot overseas and demobilized his compaay at San Francisco being the guest of the city while there. He came 1 o Pensacola from San Francisco Mrs. Itennett going to Los Angeles to visit relatives before Joining him here. filled out and sent to the greater New York branch and officers have been elected by the yeoman (f) at the Pen sacola naval air station, who have Just become a . branch of Enrolled Wom en's League of the United States naval reserve, composed of the young women who served their country In the recent war as yeomen, (ij. The object of the organization is to promote among its members the high est ideals of patriotic service to our government alike in peace and in war to provide such social intercourse as may foster those Ideals and serve to commemorate their service in the great war, acts at all times to be in accordance with and subservient to United States navy regulations. The branch will be governed by a board of directors consisting of the president as chairman, the vice pres ident and recording and executive secretaries with three other members. Only the active members are to serve as officers or directors and the term of officers will be three years. The Pensacola branch has adopted their by-laws and have elected the following as officers: President, "Win ifred C. Youd; vice president, Mary Robinson: corresponding secretary, Annie Burke LandrUm; recoraing secretary, Oril Williams: executive secretary. Marguerite A. Sewell; treasurer, Ruby G. Sweeney; auditor, Agnes M. Slater; chairman of house committee, Fona H. Whipple. Other members of the branch are: Frances M. Daniel, Emma B. Hess, Ethel A. Cooper, Carrie E. Gahlenbeck, Eilall May Wallace, Lucille Robinson, Aucej Doyle, Alic J. Suarez, Lena B. Cal laham, Lillian Al Fleming, Gladys E. Kayne, Mamie M. Kirkland, William -ena Foshee, Dalcida P. Dinsmore, Gladys M. Secord, Anita Seely, E. Ailsia Russell, Josephine L. Combs, Iola C. Doyle, Anne C. Crichton, Gene vieve Shuttleworth, Lois M. Lewis. being charmed with th pleasures and delightful atmosphere of informality found there. Surf bathing was enjoyed and a de licious lunch and supper served at the camp, the return trip to town be ing made in the late evening by moon light. Mrs. Henry Jeudevine, who is leader.of Company "G" of the Patri otic League remained for a short stay at the camp. f MR. AND MRS. CHAS. BUTLER DELIGHTFULLY ENTERTAIN MEMBERS OF. BUSINESS WOMAN'S CLUB. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Butler and Miss Miller, the well known . evangelistic workers, delightfully entertained the members of the Business Woman's Club and their invited guests at the time of their, regular meeting in the club rooms last evening, with a selec tion of songs and readings, their ir resistable humor and appeal bringing hearty laughter and applause. The club rooms were brightened with an attractive arrangement of spring flowers and preceding the en tertainment a delicious supper was served. In behalf of the Business Woman's club, the president. Miss Fannie Wahlberg, in a few well chos en words, thanked Mr. and Mrs. But ler and Miss Miller for the delightful pleasure given by them and expressed the hope to have them meet with the club again in the near future. DORCAS SOCIETY TO MEET WITH MRS. MclLWAIN. The Dorcas society of the Knox Presbyterian church meets this after noon at 3 o'clock, with Mrs. W. E. Mcllwaln at her home, 221 West Jackson street. IMPORTANT MEETING EXECUTIVE BOARD LOCAL RED CROSS CHAPTER. A special meeting of the executive board of the local chapter, American Red Cross, will be held at the Red Cross rooms, American National Bank building, this morning at 16:30 o'clock. Hon. and Mrs. W. A. Blount. MRS. MAYES TO ATTEND CONVENTION AT LEESBURG. Mrs. Lois K. Mayes left yesterday for Leesburg, Fla., where she will at tend the annual convention of the State Press Associav ton, In session June 11-13. Before returning home, Mrs. Mayes will visit In Jacksonville, Fla., making her home while there at the Seminole hotel. Entirely New Xs ihia smart and comfort able street pump. The cleverly placed perforations def iling the long vamp give sler derness to the foot. The em 11 tongue relieves the line around the instep, at the point where an ill fitting pump ofttimes feels ill i ideed. MEYER'S SHOES for women are carefully studied in all the little details which mal:e for elegance and comfort. , MEYER SHOE CO. Peiisacola's Popular Shoe Store PENSACOLA BRANCH ENROLLED WOMEN'S .LEAGUE, U. S. NAVAL RESERVE FORCE ENTERTAIN The following invitations have been received: Pensacola branch of the Enrolled Women's League of the United States Naval Reserve Force cordially invite you to attend a dance to be held at the San Carlos auditorium, Tuesday evening, July 10, 8:30 p. m., (and escort). Music will be furnished by the An- All who have been fortunate enough to re ceive invitations to this dance are anticipating the evening with much pleasure. This Is the first affair to be given by this organization, com posed of yeomen (f) at the Pensa cola naval air station and it bids fair to be one of the most enjoyable dances of the season. It Is planned to entertain with another An a few weeks, which will be given at the navy QF AMERICA yard. The Roval Xfirhhnrss nf A morlr will meet at 3 o'clock this afternoon at the W. O. W. hall, on West Garden street. A full attendance is requested. BRIGADIER GENERAL MALIN CRAIG, ONE OF MARKED AMERICANS IN GERMAN SECRET LIST. ' Brigadier General Malin Craig, U. S. A., chief of staff, of the third army, whose home is in Coblenz, was fired upon last Thursday night by supposed Germans, is the brother-in-law of Mrs. L. A. Craig, formerly MlSs Mir iam Blount, who i. spending some time in Pensacola . with her parents, SWIMMING AND OUTING PARTIES. Unable to resist the lure of the great outdoors and the pleasure of the splendid surf bathing found here, a number of congenially-formed par ties spent Sunday at the beach, later enjoying supper at the Country club before returning to town. MEETING ROYAL NEIGHBORS mam HEALS' ECZiiA" Of scalp. Suffered two months. Sore, red and broke out in pimples. Itching so intense would scratch 11 the time. Hair thin, lifeless and dry. Could not rest day or night. Decided to try Cuticura Soap and Ointment. In a few days much better .and after using one cake Soap and one box Ointment was healed. From signed statement of Miss Gertrude Lester, Cedartown, Ga. For every purpose of the toilet Cuticura Soap and Ointment are supreme. Cuticura Talcum is delicate, delightful, distingue. It imparts to the person a charm incomparable and peculiar to itself. MRS. WALTER WHITE HOSTESS TO FIVE HUNDRED CLUB. The Five Hundred Club which plays! Tor the benefit of the Woman's Home will meet with Mrs. Walter White, at her home on Gonzalez street ad 16th avenue, Thursday afternoon ut 4 o'clock. Members who will be un able to attend are requested to please notify the hostess beforehand. MEETING "BETTER AMERICA" CLUB J. B. LOCKEY SCHOOL. A meeting of the "Better America" Club of grade 6, the J. B. Lockey school, will be held at the school building this afternoon at 5 o'clock. All members are requested to be sag I mniGESTlOM ) 6 Bell-ans Hot water . Sure Relief LssFOR INDIGESTIQM. LOG CABIN MAPLE and CANE SYRUP 35c, 65c, $1.25 Cans CT . j " 'ff1 ii - hi 1 1114 - -vwmimui.v. am mi ORCHEIMER' FASHION SHOP The Store for Women . 11 South Palafox ANNOUNCES ARRIVAL SPECIAL LINE SLIM - STOUT Voile Dresses Sizes -1211. to 48 $12.50 to $29.50 MAY-MUNROE WEDDING IN C-'JINCY. A wedding of much interest through Fierce May, Jr., and Miss Abbie Mun roe were united in marriage. The wedding was solemnized at 9 o'clock at the Episcopal church, the Kight Rev. Bishop. Edwin, G. Weed, of Jacksonville, officiating. Before the ceremony Miss Celia Mc out the state took place . in Quincy Wednesday night when Mr. Frank Mrs. L. M. Lindsey played the wed ding music. Farin, sang "All for You." As the soft strains were played the "groom with his best man, Mr. Fountain May, entered the church from the vestry and waited at the altar. The other members of the bridal party entered the church from the main entrance, the- ushers, Messrs. Jack McFarlin and Fred May, lead ing. .ollowing them came the six brides maids? In regular order came Miss Alice Corry and Mrs. Mattie Broome Cov ington, Miss Alee Morgan and Mis3 Mattiette Davis, Miss Augusta Craw ford, of Columbus, Ga., a cousin of the bride, and Miss Kathryn Ball, of San ford. They carried cascade bouquets of Tblue flowers, lavend sweet peas, pink roses and snap dreTgon and wore large hats of flesh tulle. Miss Annette Munroe, the maid of horr, is a sister of the bride. She carried a cascade bouquet and wore a hat of flesh tulle. Following the maid of honor came little Miss "Daisyanna Massey, carry ing a basket of rose petals to strew in the nath of the bride. With her came I Master Burwell Howard carrying the wedding ring on a satin cushion. The bride, entered the ahurch on "The arm of her brother, Mr.) Linton S. Munroe. Her wedding gown, was of white ivory satin with overdraperies .of chiffon cloth trimmed Jin crystal. The corsage was of duchess lace. The long court train-edged in chif fon cloth was draped about the head in Dutch bonnet effect. The only or sament worn was a diamond pendant of her mother's. The bride carried a cascade bouquet of valley lilies and pink orchids. She was met at the altar by the groom and the impressive ceremony was said by Bishop Weed. While they were taking their vows Mrs. Lindsey softly played "Evening Star." The wedding party left the church to the strains of Mendelssohn's wed ding march and went immediately to the home of the bride, where a recep tion was held. Receiving with the bride and groom was the bride's mother, Mrs. Geo. D. Munroe. Mr. and Mrs. May left on the night t f in for a wedding trip on the east coast of Florida. The bride's travel ing gown was of Mauve tricolette, with accessories to match. They will make their home in Quincy after their return. Out-of-town guests at the wedding re Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Massey, son, Frank, and daughter, ' Daisyana, of Dade City; Mr. and Mrs. Phil May, of Jacksonville; Mrs. W. A. W .Sim mons andadaughter, Henrietta, of Monroeaop- ' . Monticello; Mrs. Harrison Jones, of Atlanta; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Craw ford and daughter, Miss Augusta Crawford, of Columbus, Ga. a" A new Cooking Synonym! Due to the shortage of paper, few cook books have been published lately. Perhaps that's why recipes still continue to call for "shortening" instead of "COVO"! If you want to learn how deliciously COVO the new blend of nut and vegetable oils takes the place of all shortening, try this COVO Cooky recipe. The woman who originated it loves children- and hers certainly love these cookies. COVO NUT COOKIES I cup molasses yi cup COVO cup sugar 2 level teaspoon salt I level tablespoon ginger level tearpoon soda cup cold water 3 to 4 cups flour X cup broken walnut meats Heat molasses and pour over COVO. Blend well. Add sugar, alt and giiger. Dissolve soda in the cold water and add to first mixture. Stir in flour, ma'-lo; a soft dough to bo dropped from spoon or rolled and cut as preferred. Add walnut meats last. Bake in moderate oven. F you have ever tailed a slad at the Waldorf in Neut York you Witt agree that they certainty mutt ifnom something about fce $alad oil. Monsieur d l r r r r . i 11 jj . . j ,,1 1 At 1 ranznara, t.nj supreme oj ine tv aiaorj ana oinci jamous noieis, enaorses COVO. Try COVO in your salad dressing recipes. See if you don't get IV aldorf results at home. ft .l!StyHy""M'rfii'rt't-iii nut, wsf ii i 1 irr 1 "' 1 1 1 1 UB OF tVRl VI6tTAU OILS SALADS COOKING AND At grocers' in tins of pint, quart, half-gallon and gallon sizes est. -t m sm. 7 5j n 25- -"era 1, -"wi. bath! can tUld 2? Ainert . w; natm, re's 'uer?., - 'ysir t. . rvr, . nmc. . re . -'enw ws a curat,-.; 0fessi0n u s endors uy and ZITS- Th Sotor, Vencfc H 7 if us 13 yon - ue iiira t erf 7 m. rear,.- ie 5?r. -CU via u I'lUgS "e Motion. veniently :Pro0f Ensign Green, U. S. N., of the naval air station, and Mrs. Green, (Miss Ruth McKenzie), whose marriage was recently celebrated, leave soon (Kin sign Green having been placed on In active duty) for a wedding trip to Xova Scotia, and other points in th north and east, after which they will go to Everett, Mass., to make their home. "FAKE" ASPIRIN WAS TALCUM Always Ask for Genuine 'Bayer Tablets of Aspirin" If you see the "Bayer Cross" on the package you are sure you are not get ting talcum powder. Millions of fraud ulent Aspirin Tablets were recently sold throughout the country. Aspirin is the trade mark of Bayer Manufac ture of Monoaceticacidester of Salicy- licacid. (adv.) -1-1.. li 1? rPLUTO 3 ; Mmy jpa? jjji'UBi'1 illjimiijj.l!' jiiiinH'niiLJi Jkpf tasj Let Us Rcnovnte Your Old Mattress. Pensacola Mattress Co. 940-948 . Romana St. Phone 1515. Owens Grocery and Market The Best of All Kinds of GROCERIES, CHICKENS, EGGS, FRESH MEATS All Kinds of Country Produce -Cor. Belmont and Devillier. Phone 574 1 Full Weight and Best Prices Guaranteed ATTENTION ZELICA GROTTO NO. 60. Prophets : You are requested to be present at the spe cial meeting-, Masonic Temple, 7:30 p. m., June 11th. Ar rangements are to be completed for July Ceremonial. Re freshments will be served. F. L. MILLER, Secretary.