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THE PENS ACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, JUNE 29, 1919.
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DEBT.
By Jessie B. Rittenhouse.
J.Iy debt to you, Beloved,
I.i one I cannot pay
In any coin of any realm
Cn any reckoning day;
For where is he shrl figure
The debt, when all iV said.
To one who makes you dream again
"When all the dreams were dead?
Or where is th appraiser
'Who shall the claim compute,
Of one who makes you sing again -When
all the songs were route? "
BERRY-JONES MARRIAGE
'ANNOUNCED.
?Ir. and Mrs. Nathan "A. Jones an
nounce the marriage of their daughter,
Blanche, to Mr. George A. Berry, Sun
day, June twenty-second, one thous
and nine hundred and nineteen De
Itid'ler, Louisiana.
At home after July 1st, 110 .North
Alcania street. Pensacola, Fla.
Mr. Berry is the son of Mr. and
Mrs. "W. J. Berry, of North Alcaniz
street, and has a number of friends in
the city, who are cordially interested
i In his marriage to this attractive
, Ixmtsiana girl. The marriage was
quietly solemnized at 2:30 in the aft
ernoon, Rev. C. E. Jones performing
the ceremony In the presence of im
mediate relatives. The bride wore a
navy blue traveling suit and immed
iately after the ceremony the "couple
left for Pensacola visiting enroute In
Laku (c-'f?!, La., New Orleans and
other pi
CHAMBERLIN-TERRYN " '
MARRIAGE ANNOUNCED. ' ' '
Ftlends in Pensacola, Mobile and
elsewhere are cordially Interested In
the announcement of the marriage of
Miss Hazel Terryn, daughter of Mrs.
Prudence Terryn. 'of this city, to Chief
Petty Officer John "W. Champerlin,
U. S. N., of Detroit,, Mich. The wed
ding was quietly solemnized on the
eighth of June, at the cathedral In
Mobile, Reverend Father E. J. Hackett
performing the ceremony in the pres
ence of a few intimate friends. The
yourtg people had planned to '.keep
their marriage a secret known only
to .a few. Mrs. Chamberlain is a Red
Cross nurse in Mobile, where she re
ceived her training and was ready to
rail for duty overseas just aa th arm
istice was signed. Officer Chamber
lain was stationed at Pensacola prior
to his departure for overseas dut:
where he spent 18 months. He re
ceived part Of his training at Redding,
England, and during part of his stay,
abroad served In the royal air force.
He returned to the states In April, and
is now stationed at the Pensacola
naval air station. Mrs. Chamberlain Is
expected to arrive in Pensacola' the
first of August to Join .her husband
here, where they will make their home
temporarily. 7
will be that It will get business and
professional women out of the rut;
they will get a chance to give what
ever they have by way of Ideas, effort3
or suggestions; they will get much
stimulus from meeting with successfu
women in every line; they will become
better known and get new line on
themselves by contrast with other
women.
SC RE." OR THE WOMANS
HOME.
Tl e comfort of the ladies at the
Woman's Home has been greatly in
crea led by the screening of the din
ing i oom and kitchen made possible by
the liberal donation received from the
Sunshine Band of the Knox Presby
terian church, who gave the sum re
ceived by them, from the entertainment
given at the church last week, to the
homti for this purpose. .
BOYD-EDWARDS MARRIAGE
ANNOUNCED.
. Friends in Pensacola will be inter
ested to learn of the marriage of Miss
Dorrit Edwards to Ensign Sam Boyd,
which took place : in San Diego, Cal.,
on Wednesday, June 25th, Miss Ed
wards having recently moved to San
Diego with her family. Mr. and Mrs.
Boyd have the best wishes of many
friends in Pensacola, Mrs. Boyd hav
ing made her home here for the past
several years, and Mr. Boyd having
been on duty at the naval air station
Until he was placed on inactive duty.
For the present they will make' their
home in San Diego. -
SECOND DONATION MEETING
PRISCILLA CLUB
Mrs. A. F. Paderick and Mrs. J. M.
Fleming will be joint hoesses at th
second donation meeting if the Pris
cilla club of the First ChrL lan church
Tuesday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock, at
the home -of Mrs. Paderick, 109 West
Cervantes street. Three of these meet
ings are held during the year when
articles are brought for the annual
bazaar held in December and they are
always made charming social affairs
for the club. Members of the club
who will be unable to attend the meet
ing Tuesday afternoon and those in
viting guests are requested to notify
the hostesses beforehand.
SOUTHERN STATES WELL
REPRESENTED IN NATIONAL
FEDERATION BU8INE83 AND
PROFESSIONAL WOMEN.
W4h the state convention of busi
ness and professional women of Vir
ginia, which met in Richmond Friday
and Saturday and formed state federa
tion to affiliate with. the national fed
eration to be formed in St. Louis July
14-18, the nine states within the terri
tory of . Mrs. Nina B. Price, southern
organizer, ..will have federated. North
and South Carolina, Georgia, Florida.
Alabama, Louisiana, Mississippi, and
'Arkansas had. preceded Virginia. Moct
of these states have elected their del
egates to the national convention and
the personnel' of the business and pro
fessional women- In each who have
been first to ,perceive the value' of the
federation' : idea. Indicates ." that the ;
southern representation in St. Louia
will eompare favorably with the dele
gations coming from, any other section
of the country.
The- national business women's com
mittee, composed of active, business
and v prof essional women" from every
state headed by women of such wide
note asf Ida Tarbell and Elizabeth Mar
bury, is behind the federation move
ment." "
- It. is. so composite that It is non
partisan, non-political, and non-sectar
Ian. The federation will frankly be
just what the member clubs make it.
If every club of business and profes
sional. women enters the federation In
the formative stage, It will never be
come either partisan or one-sided.
"The way to get what you -want out
of an organization is to ' put the right
spirit In it," states woman leader.
Pledges . are . rapidly, coming . from.
general and civic clubs of business
women, from lawyers, doctors, adver
tising women, Y. W. C. A. and Y. W.
C. A. clubs of business girls, who see
in it a wonderful guide toward busi
ness honesty and succ-ss. The con
tention will discuss what it takes to
make a thorough business woman. The
constitution and politics of the fed
eration will be- formulated at St. Louis
cn the basis of what clubs want done
training, higher standards employment
facilities, better balance In the salar
and the mental scale and the right
kind of living conditions.
. The best way to come into the fed
eration Is to join before the July con
vention. '
Any club can still vote -to federate,
send a resolution signed by the club
president to the organizer in that dis
trict and select a delegate to St.
Louis. "
Among the things to be gained from
attendance at the national convention
8 U N DAY SCHOOL
CLASS PICNIC.
Members of the Junior Wesley Sun
day school class of the First Method
ist church and their invited friends
enjoyed a delightful moonlight picnic
and outing at. East Pensacola Heights
Thursday evening. "There were about
twenty-five in the party and after
games and music had been enjoyed a
picnic lunch was served. This class
boasts a most enthusiastic member
ship and a number of delightful" out
ings have been planned by them fj
the. summer months.
CAPTAIN CARBINE TAKES
ENGLISH GIRL AS BRIDE.
Of much cordial interest to 'numer
ous friends In Pensacola is news re
ceived by the family s of" Captain W.
L. Carbine of his marriage on May
21st, to Miss Margaret Morton, of
Manchester. England. Captain Car
bine, who is now in service abroad
expects to arrive home with his bride
sometime in August.
ENTERTAINED
INFORMALLY.
Mrs. William R. Berry informally
entertained as her dinner guests at
her apartments on East Jackson
street, Thursday evening, Mrs. Chas.
Simmons and two attractive daugh
ters; Misses Sadie- nd Josie .Mae
Simmons, of Mobile, and Mrs. George
W. Corley and Mrs. George Doyle of
Atlanta. Mrs. Corley and Mrs. Doyle
returned home the last of the week,
Mrs. Simmons and daughters remain
ing for a short time longer.
PAQUET-DAVIDSON
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Cordial interest ce-ters in the an
nouncement by Captain and Mrs. John
S. Davidson, of Warrington, Fla., of
the engagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughter, Carrie Mar
guerite, to Chief Petty Officer E. V.
Paquet. U. S. N., of Pittsburg. Pa.,
but who has been stationed for some
time at the pensacola naval air sta
tion. The wedding will take place the
first part of July.
BEATY-LINDSEY
ANNOUNCEMENT.
Sir. and Mrs. B. F. Lindsey annoum-e
the engagement and approaching mar
riage of their daughter, IIA Leticia t"
Mr. Robert Roy Beaty,.of Kansas City,
Kansas. The wedding to take place
sometime in July-'at the homo of the
bride's parents in. East Pensacola
Heights.
ing room where refreshing fruit punch
and assorted wafers were served by
Mrs. Thomas W. Fielding and Mrs.
Jas. M. Deil, Jr.
A program of splendid victrola
music added to the pleasure of those
present.
Wednesday morning Mesdames Mc
Collum and Cay left for Silver Springs
to spend the day, Mrs. Cay taking thf
train in the afternoon for her home in
Tallahassee.
ENTERTAINS FOR PROMINENT
CLUB WOMAN.
Mrs. Charles Cay, of Tallahassee,
prominent in chib work throughout
the states, has a number of friends
in Pensacola who will read with in
terest of the reception given Inher
honor by Mrs. J. W. McCollum, of
Gainesville, taken from an exchange:
la compliment to her guest, Mrs.
Charles Cay, of Tallahassee, Mrs. J.
W. McCollum entertained members
of the twentieth century club, Gaines
ville business woman's club and Phil
harmonic society at a charming de
lightful informal reception Tuesday
evening at her home.
The house was prettily decorated
for the occasion with lovely garden
flowers, a profusion of giant zinnias
and other bright tinted blossoms be
ing used to advantage In the recep
tion hall and living room, while in the
dining room a dainty color motif of
pink and green was artistically car
ried out with bouquets of crepe myrtle
combined with asparagus fern.
Mr3. Maude Blackwell, president of
the Business Woman's club, greeted
the ladies cordially at the front en
trance, and in the living room Mrs.
McCollum stood with the honoree and
introduced them to her. Mrs. Cay is
prominent in club work all over the
state and all were delighted with this
opportunity of making her acquaint
ance and renewing old acquaintance
ship, i Tou can buy cheap extracts but they cost
Mrs. L. C. Gracy, president of the more in the end. It pays to always use
20th Century club, extended tha invl- Blue Ribbon Vanilla and Lemon. "Best
MRS. GEORGE CLARK
ENTERTAINS NEW CITY
THIMBLE CLUB.
Members of the New City Thimble
Club were charmingly entertained on
Thursday afternoon when the club
held Its social meeting with Mrs. Geo.
Clark, at her home on West Gregory
street. An atmosphere refreshingly
suggestive of summertime' was effect
ed with the lavish use of early sum
mer flowers with ferns, and during
the afternoon delicious sandwiches,
cakes and iced tea were served. Mem-
(bers of the club present were the t
hostess. Mrs. Clark, Mrs. W. F. Breen,
Mrs. R. H. Ililliard, Mrs. iMary Walker.
Mrs. J. E. Creary, Mrs. Augusta, Oert
Ing. Mrs. Sid Levey. The next meet
ing will be held with Mrs. J. E. Creary
Thursday. July 10th.
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