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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL. WEDNESDAY MORNING, JULY 2, 1919.
FROM 10 A. M. TO P. M. To Inswre publication society newt should reach the Journal oraco not later than 6 p. m. All communications should be signed, not for publication but a .-. guarantee o f good faith. DAILY THOUGHT. Let" us not be .cshamed if our lives seem to perform only sign-post duty. A dead-sure sign-post is a thousand times more useful and helpful than an uncertain guide. Anon. OUR SHRINES. By Major Joseph Bondy. O, Pilgrim, at this lowly shrine From that far land that once was mine. Her proud we fought, and here we lie. We who are dead, yet did not die. Here with our Country's Flag unfurled We cnquered wrong and saved the world; t Here let no tear bedim the eye For in your hearts we will not die. Take back this message to our kin: "We made no compromise with sin: We held our Country's Standard high. We who, though dead, will never die." BAY PARTY FOR VISITORS. About thirty young people enjoyed a delightful bay party given the first, of the week in honor of a trio of charming young visiting girls, Misses Sarah McReynolds, of Clarksvlll: Tenn., who is the guest of her aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. O. E. McRey iiolds and Margaret Beourgeois and Feleda Belle Etroube, of Baton Rouge. Ia., who are guests at the home of Mr. and MrS". E. M. Lively. Surf bathing was enjoyed in the gulf and a pic nic spread was served on the Island before the return trip by moonlight. CHEAPE-TUTWILER WEDDING. A nuptial event of unusual in?er est in Greensboro, and in fact to a large circle of friends over the state, was the marriage of Miss Julia Tut wiler and Mr. Dudley Cheape. which occurred at the home of the bride's father, Mr. Paschal Tutwiler. on Wed nesday afternoon at 5 o'clock, the Rev. II. II. Cobb performing the ceremony according to the Episcopal ritual, says an exchange. A reception followed the ceremony and Mr. and Mrs. Cheape departed on the afternoon train for a wedding Journey, after which they will reside in Greensboro. Mrs. Cheape comes of aristocratic Virginia and North Caro lina ancestry, is a granddaughter of the lateHenry Tutwiler. jone of .the foremost educators of hi3 day, and a niece of the late Miss Julia Tutwiler. whose name in Alabam and West Florida will rcall brilliant mentality, education and philanthropy. Mr. Cheape is a great grandson of the late Sir John Cheape, of Eng land. In the world war he was a member of the Canadian flying corps, and is also a native of Canada." GALBREATH-CHER-RY. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Cherry, of 405 North O street, was the scene of a pretty wedding Monday night at 8 o'clock when their daugh ter, Effle Lee, and Mr. Clarence J. Ualbreath were united In marriage. Rev. I. I. Roberts, of the Milton Bap tist church, performing the ceremony in the presence of a host of friends. Immediately after the ceremony re freshments were served when best wishes were extended the young couple. Mr. 'and Mrs. Galbreath left for Montgomery, Ala., accompanied by Mrs. J. H. Cherry, whose home is there. Mrs. Cherry came to Pensacola to attend the wedding. When they re turn to ePnsacola. Mr. and Mrs. Gal breath will make their home on North G street. FRESH ARRIVAL LITTLE NECK CLAIMS from New York Served on the shell in San Carlos Restaurant, and also in the soft drink bar. Martha Washington Candies Oc lb - v . r McM ASTER. LUSCHER MARRIAGE IN MOBILE, OF INTEREST HERE. A wedding ceremony, sweet in its simplicity and impresslveness. was performed by the Rev. James F. Plummer Monday, June 30, when tha young rector of Trinity church, the Rev. Vernon Cochrane McMaster and Miss Willie Emma Liischer, one of the lovelf daughters of the late Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Luscher, were married at 6 o'clock in the evening. Although no Invitations were is sued to the wedding, the congregation of Trinity parish, which is Rev. Mc Master's first charge as he has only been in the ministry four years com ing here from Cleveland, Ohio, where he was assistant rector at Emanuel church were well represented in the large assemblage of Interested friend Who gathered to witness his marriage to this lovely Mobile girl, who will make a charming helpmate for the young rector in his ministerial dcties, being herself possessed of a very beautiful Christian character. The wedding music, which was su.-..; by the full vested choir of the church, of which the bride is a member, was a feature of the marriage service, and, preceding the ceremony, were beauti ful vocal solos by Mrs. I. N. Frenkel and Miss Beatrice Nash and violin solos by Miss Josephine Savage, with the organist of the church, Mrs. N. I. Young, accompanying. As Mrs. Young played the first notes of the wedding hymn, "O Perfect Love," the vested choir, all in pure white, marched up the center aisle, followed by the ushers. Mr. 'WiUiau Orton. Mr. Hammond Gayfer, Mr. H. B. Crocker and Mr. J. B. Dortch. Th groomsman, Mr. Carter Luscher, came next, followed by one of the matron of honor. Mrs. J. B. Dortch. Preceding the bride, who came with her brother, Mr. Henry LusflJier, who gave her away, was her sister, Mrs. R. B. Mc Alpin, who was the first matron of honor, and -at the altar, Mr. McAlpin, who attended the groom as best man, awaited with Mr. McMaster and Rev., Mr. Plummer, her coming. Miss Luscher duplicated the picture of a fair girl bride that her loveiy sister. Vera Luscher, made in October, 1917, when she was married in the same church to Mr. Robert Brown McAlpin, for she wore her sister's exquisite wedding dress of white tulle and satin with its touches of silver, fashioned with a long train, and the same illus ion veil arranged cap effect and crowned with a wreath of orange blos soms enveloped her. corwning her soft brown hair. Her wedding flowers of bride's roses, orchids and swansonla, formed a beautiful bouquet in shower effect. Following the ceremony there was Just time for the bride to change her wedding dress to traveling suit of blue, with' which she wore a becoming little blue hat, .as she left with her husband for a visit to his old home, Brainard, Minn., which is the Rev. Mr. McMasters birthplace. They will spend the mont hof July on the lakes with a family friend who has a home there, and upon their return to Mobile will begin housekeeping at the rectory- Among the many handsome and useful presents received by the rector of Trinity church and his bride was a handsome chest of flat silver sent by the congregation of his church, who evidenced their love for both in their beautiful gift. Mobile Register. DANCE FOR MOBIL& VISITOR. Miss Josie Mae Simmons, of Mo bile, who with her mother. Mrs. C. L. Simmons, and sister. Miss Sadie Simmons, are guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. White, on Gon zalez street, was the honoree Monday night when Miss Mae White enter tained a number of her young friends with a dance. The lower floor was thrown into one for the occasion and the affair was characterized by a delightful in formality. Punch was dispensed be tween dances and at the close of the evening a dainty Ice course was served. Those who enjoyed this charming courtesy with Miss Simmons were: Misses Sadie Simmons, of Mobile; Hilda . Bingham. Mary Joyner, Mar guerita Mayes, Clifford and Edna Clark, Mary Daniell. Gina Bjorensen, Latrop WltheriU. John Henry Neeley, George and Edward Calhoun. Allen Gant, Charles Mayes, Chief Petty Officers Tucker and Parker, Buster and Alvin White, Miss Mae White, Mrs. C. L. Simmons, of Mobile; Mr. and Mrs. H. W. White. GUEST OF RELATIVES IN MOBILE. Miss Ernestine Preiffer left Sunday for Mobile, where she will be the guest of relatives for the next two weeks. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. John Birthwright an nounce the birth of a daughter at their home. 112 West Zarragossa street, Tuesday, July 1st. ANNOUNCE BIRTH OF A DAUGHTER. Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Oppenheimer, 503 North Barcelona street, are receiving congratulations on the birth of a little daughter at their home on Saturday, June 28th. Beautify tHe Complexion IN TEN DAYS Nadinola CREAM Toe UsequalaJ Beaatifics By Thoamandm Guaranteed to remove tan, freckles, pimples, liver-spou, etc. Ex- Kids pores and tissues of impurities. Leaves the skin clear, soft, healthy. At leading toilet counters. If they haven't it, by mail, two sizes, 60c. and $1.20. VA.TJONA.L TOJ2JET CO.. Pm,U. T.n. LAWRENCE-DUNCAN. The announcement of the marriage of Miss Chloe Duncan, daughter of Captain and Mrs. Add Duncan, of Pensacola, to Ensign William Badger Lawrence, Jr.. of Boston, is received here with much cordial interest by ' numerous friends of the contracting J parties. The marriage was solemn ized at 7 o'clock on the evening of the 28th of June, at New Orleans. En sign Lawrence is stationed at the Pensacola naval air station, and dur ing his stay here has made many friends who are extending him hearty congratulations on having won so winsome a bride. Ensign and Mrs. Lawrence spent several days at the St. Charles hotel before leaving yes terday for Birmingham. From there they will go to Atlanta and other points and will visit in Savannah as the " guests of Ensign Lawrence's brother and family before, returning to Pensacola to 'make their home. ing two weeks in Columbus she will go to Brooklyn, where she will spend the remainder of the summer with her sister, Mrs. G. E. Nicholson. a s Personal Mention Friends are glad to learn that Mrs. J. T. Wright is able to be up again iV ter having been quite ill at her homo on Strong street. Mr. Wright who was called home on account of her illness has returned to Jackson, Miss., to resume his business duties. Mrs. John C. Avery leaves tomor row for Boston, where 6he goes to visit with her son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Shelly G. Richardson. Misses Audrey Keller and Catherine Eitzen are enjoying a delightful visit up the sound at Santa Rosa as the guests of Mrs. Alfred Forrest. Mrs. J. K. Quarles Is now visiting in Columbus, and during her stay there will enjoy. attending the Method ist Centenary celebration. After spena- Mrs. W. W. Richards and sons, Her bert, who graduated from the Geor gia Tech., Atlanta this year and Hilda are expected to arrive in Pensacola Saturday from Tampa, where they lave been visiting as the guests of Mrs. Richards' daughter, Mrs. William Walker and during their stay in the city will be guests "at the home of Mrs. G C. Richards. They expect to later go to Ackron. Ohio, to make their home. Mrs. Frank L. Mayes, daughter- Mar garita and Howard and Chas. Mayei Miss Lysle R. Cooper and Miss Hilda Bingham formed a congenial motoring party leaving yesterday fcr Asheville. where they will enjoy spending several weeks in the mountains of North Caro lina. They will make the trip at their leisure stopping at points of in terest enroute. Mrs. Florence Thompson left Monday for Miami, Fla., where she will visit a.3 the guest of her son-in-law and daughter. Major and Mrs. Roy Geiger, Major Geiger Is commander of the marines stationed there. Ensigns II. B. Leggatt and Pat Car rey, of the naval air station, left Mon day night for Boston, where they will spend a two week's leave at their re spectlve homes. Xecreatn t!n this rn erica'. T aJecur-.7- Uiss C?' O 3i -iA sit ill ;SL6Si mmtm Friends of Lieut. F. L. Touart, son of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Touart, 1113 East Gadsden street, will learn with great pleasure and gratification of his promotion to the rank of captain. Cap tain Touart is now on duty at Camp Zachary Taylor, Louisville, Ky. Mrs. C. A. Hancock has as her guests at her home on North Elev enth avenue, her nieces, Mioses Lu cille and Eleanor Fitzgerald, of Mo bile, who will spend some time here. William H. Breerv who has been spending a few weeks in DeFuniak E09 TlTbc? gfcooDci) CoODg, - If with Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Vaughn, Is expected home today. Mrs. Georgianna Stubblns and Mrs. D. Y. Page and children, of Bowline Green, Ky., who have been spending the pasta few weeks in the citv as guests of Mrs. Stubblns son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Stubblns, at their home on East Lee street, returned home yesterday. Mrs. F. D. Salmons and Miss Hazel Halpin left yesterday morning for Mo bile to visit relatives and friends, Miss Halpin expecting to be-cone about two weeks. Friends of Miss HalDin. who has been ill for .some time, are glad to know that she has almost' entirely recovered. Mrs. Wahlberg and daughter. Miss Fannie Wahlberg, left yesterday for Chicago, to be the guests of friends. Miss Wahlberg will go from there with a party of friends to spend a short time visiting points in Michigan, after which they will return to Chi cago, They expect to be gone until the last of July. "BLUE RIBBON TALKS Xiwaya specify Blue Ribbon Vanilla. Used by the best cooks. Sold by th leading grocers "Best and takes less." rCIX CCUK2AK3 ( 'jSpftSWajS M0DX!f EQUlrUaT IjMllMstfMlaWstttsli tufcsf Allaata. EQUlrUaT I iaWstttdM-l tm. Ffisht I Sold by Crystal Pharmacy, D'Alember t's Pharmacy, Balckom Drug Company and all other druggists. G. A. GRUND THE TAILOR - Formerly located at Warrington for 7 years, announces removal into new quarters, July 1st, at 30 East Garden St. YOUR PATRONAGE SOLICITED HARVEY-McVOY. The marriage of Miss Addie McVoy to G. V. Harvey was quietly solemn ized at St. Michael's church Sunday afternoon at 4;30 o'clock. Rev. Father Fullerton performing the impressive ceremony. The only attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Mo-er and Mr. and Mrs. U R- McVoy. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey left that night for New York City and points in Canada, to be ab sent for several weeks before return ing to Pensacola to make their home. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA MEET TONIGHT. An interesting meeting of the Daughters of Isabella will be held at the K. of C. hall tonight at 7:30 o'clock. Rev. Father Mullaly. who at one time was assistant priest at St. Michael's and chaplain for the Daugh ters of Isabella, will be the guest of honor for the evening. Father Mullaly who is now making his home at Apa lachicola. is visiting in the city for a .hnrt time. All daug- s of tho chapter are urged to at....d the meet Have You Visited the Sami Carlos NEAR BAR (Put your foot on the rail) Same old Ear Fixtures, same old foot rail, same old coun ter, same old cooling fans, and everything. New drinks of all kinds as good as the old but minus al cohol. Old-fashioned bar-room lemonade. Try our cocktail lemonade. A specialty of BUTTERMILK LEMONADE. Camoflauged Creme de Menthe. FEED Choice Cold Meats, Salads and Cheese, Florida Lobster Salad, French Sardines, Surpassing Coffee with Pure Cream. Open Day and Night. LADIES INVITED. STULY SALES This Biggest Sale of the Season Offers Svcry foilo and Organdy Dress in the Store Plain and Printed Voiles and Fluffy Organdies in all shades. Every woman who knows the best fashionable wear will recog nize these pretty frocks for every wear, as the most exclusive and desirable dresses of the mode. You simply must see these Dressos to rea lize the wonderfully little prices at which they are offered. nr. 1 I II j JBZ $7.50 Voile Dresses, this week $5 00 $10 Voile and Organdy (gg IJQ $15 Voile and Organdy 1 0 00 Dresses ... ............. $20 Voile and Organdy Q- Q QK Dresses tPXO.OU $27.50 Voile and Organdy (I- Q QK Dresses tDXO.Oe ALL SILK AND WASH SKIRTS AT 1-3 OFF. (Tutit 1 THESE SPECIALS ARE FOR THIS WEEK ONLY AND OFFERS "HEART OF THE SEASON" MERCHANDISE AT f CLEARANCE PRICES EXTRA SPECIAL Our Ilillinery Department Offers Your Unrestricted Choice of any Hat in the store, pric- from $2.50 to $30.00 at One-HDaSf Price 'The Best Place to Shop After All" 122 and 124 South Palaf ox St. Phone 337 t ing tonight.