THPSACOLX JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 19. 1919.
TO DR. WILLIAM ACKERMAN ANNOUNCED -
Women and Events
Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m.
ENGAGEMENT OP MISS PAULA HERKOVITZ
WATSON, PARKER & REESE CO.
V " EVERYTHING TO WEAR
The Forgotten, Road.
t,0w a little lonely country road,
3n?.gTOwn and Bhady, and a little
.,4 and lost in an enchanted wood.
roug onco 11 was a mgnway.
broaa ana giaa.
j jg sa r.iaaen irora me wona 01
foot I found It and on foot return
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Jo Kel 118 wlsl-u lujfoicrjr again. ,
,,-e an few such roads left us to-
ir.d set w need them sorely for
:!am. ana Dim notes, my roaa
lures men on
jj the hushed country of Forgotten
Louise Morey Bowman.
Hiss Mary Jane McKlnna of At-
;a and Mr. Robert Ivy Crevasse of
L-sonville, were quietly united In
-iaga on Friday afternoon at 6:30
ck in the Baptist church. Reverend
A. Ansley officiating. Only im
pale relatives and a few Intimate
srids attended. Just preceding the
rmony Miss Edith wortnington
::5r played "TraumereL" A pro-
on of goldenrod with southern
nery tanked the ' church forming j
pretty setting for the wedding. Its
stic arrangement was due to the
v-r.s of Mrs. George Marble and
si N'ell Burrow. The bride, an at-
-i:t!re brunette was attired In a be
jir.tr traveling suit of taupe with
gloves and boots to match. The
ty left the church to the strains
Mendelssohn's wedding march.
and Mrs. Crevasse .' immediately
v:ng for Jacksonville where they
.1 make their home. . "
'Irs. Crevasse is the sister of Miss
..r.es Keva McKlnna, public health
-ker for Es--ambia county with
am she has bten visiting in Pensa-
for the past several weeks. She
t also been engaged In public health
:k having been public health nurse
Jacksonville and In Atlanta. Mr.
jvasse has not long since returned
the United States from two years
Ties abroad. He was a member
the "Wildcat Division, mi ring: her
7 In the city Miss McKlnna has
d a number of friends who extend
ir hearty congratulations and best
&es for a long and happy married
An announcement of cordial Interest
many friends Is that made by Mr.
A Mrs. William T. Smith of the
jajement and approaching marriage
ft their daughter, Agnes Cleo Sllter
r Mr. Frank Hudson Rodgers of
'gstree. South Carolina. The wed
r.g will take place on the evening
of -Wednesday. Octobe? 22 at the fam
ily residence in Fisherville.
Miss Sliter is a most attractive
young girl who has the happy faculty
of making friends wherever she goes
During the war she served her country
as a yeomanette at Pensacola naval
air station. Mr. Rodgers served in
the navy and has not long since re
turned from overseas service,
recently placed on Inactive duty.
McDavld. Oct. 18. A fall Wedding of
unusual interest to their many friends
in Florida and South Alabama was
that of. Miss Flora Belle Parker whose
marriage to Mr. John "Wallace Bennett
was quietly solemnized at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
John R. Parker. The ceremony which
was performed by Reverend L XV.
Chalker. pastor of the First Methodist
church, Pensacola. took place at '2
o'clock on the afternoon of Wednes
day, October 15. .
The attractive home was artistically
decorated for th occasion in southern
smilax ana cut' flowers. The only at
tendants were Miss Louise Park of
urewton and Mr. Dick Bennett of
Georgianna, Ala., brother of the groom.
The bride was lovely in a suit of
beaver velour with hat and accessories
to match. She carried a shower bou
quet of bride's roBes and valley lilies.1
The wedding march was . played on
the piano by Miss'sallle Ethel Love
lace of Brewton who during the cere
mony softly played "To a "Wild Rose."
Immediately after there ceremony a
delicious plate luncheon was served
the guests. Later Mr. andiMrs. Ben
nett left amid hearty congratulations,
for a trip to New Orleans and other
points southland and on their return
will make their , home in Pensacola at
5 East IeSoto street. ;
The bride is a beautiful girl of strlk-f
ing brunette type and her attractive
personality has endeared her to a host
of warm friends. During her girlhood
she has enjoyed unusual popularity.
For the past three years Mrs. Bennett
has , attended the Florida State Wo
man's College and is a member of Chi
Mr. Bennett is a successful young
business man of Pensacola and. is
identified with the Central Pharmacy
of that city. He has scores of friends
in the city who will extend a cordial
welcome to Is bride.
MRS. W. H. GOULDING TO
ENTERTAIN FIVE HUN
Mrs. W. H. Goulding will be hostess
to the Five Hundred Clubthat p'ays
for the benefit of the Woman's Home
on'Thursday afternoon at 4 'o'clock at
her home, 1505 East Gadsden street,
Members who, will be unable- to at
tend are requested to notify the host
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Photo ty Bell Studio, Pensacola, Fla.
, -ri ; ; . MISS PAULA HERSKOVITZ
Whose engagement and approaching
marriage to Dr.", William Ackerman,
Rabbi of Temple Beth-Ei has Just been
announced. The wedding will take
place on the evening of Wednesday,
November 19, at the Temple.
Miss Herskovitz is the only daughter
of Mr. . and Mrs. Joseph Herskovitz
and is considered one of Pensacola's
loveliest girls. Charm and gracious
ness of manner combined with a mag
netic personality has made her a gen
eral favorite in a large circle of
friends. ' She has a brunette beauty
of appealing -and piquant type. ,
Dr. A'ckerman, formerly of New York
City, is a. graduate of Columbia Uni
versity and the Theological Seminary
in New York. He has been Rabbi of
Temple Beth-El for several years and
holds the love and esteem of a large
The wedding will be one of the most
brilliant celebrated in Pensacola and
wMl be.. the. first -in the history of the
city in which a Rabbi .is one of the
SAD NEWS RECEIVED BY
Mrs. .A. M. LeFrancois has the sym
pathy of her many friends in the sad
news received by her of the critical
illness of -her,step-m6ther, Mrs. J. W.
McLane of Fitzgerald, Ga. Mrs.
McLane has been ill for the past six
weeks but suddenly became critically
so and is not expected to survive.
THE PREMIER MODES '
P OF THE SEASON c fe
1 - MILLINERY Im
Assured Individuality 'Wj . -
' The Hat. Shop- W '
15 WEST GARDEN ST. AW
N PENSACOLA yPjjly
LADIES OF OLD PEOPLE'S HOME
TO GIVE ENTERTAINMENT
FOR BUILDING FUND.
Anxious to assist in any way they
can to hrIng,io a realization their Joy
ful hopes tof a ...new and comfortable
home for Pensacola's old people the
old ladies at the home have planned an
entertainment' to be given within a
short time. The old ladies will be the
only ones taking part in the play and
are most enthuslatic for its. success.
Ever since the movement for a hew
Home has been inaugurated these old
people have been desirous of assist
ing in some way, feeling what a bless
ing the present home has been . to
them. Speaking of her desire to help
in some way one old lady said: "I
may not be here to , enter the doors
of the new home but j I would : like
to do something to help on the work
so that some other helpless old per
son can enjoy the blessings I have
shared." 'V?- '
Of their own accord they are giving
the entertainment,, the program haying
been prepared by . Mrs- Howard, mar
tron of the home. They are delighted
to have the opportunity to do their
bit and it is expected that Pensa
colians will show ' their. . appreciation
of the effort put forth . by these old
ladies by a large attendance at ; the
entertainment. The- time and place
of which will be announced later. -
WOMAN'S AUXILIARY, FIRST
PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH -MEETS
The Woman's Auxiliary of the First
Presbyterian church meets in the la
dies' parlor of the church on Thurs
day afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. C. W.
Lamar will have, charge of the pro
LIFT OFF CORNS!
Apply few drops then lift; sore,
touchy corns off with
fingers 1 ' .
Doesn't hurt a bit! Drop a little
Freerone on an aching corn, instantly
that corn stops hurting, then you lift
it right out. Yes, magic!
A tiny bottle of Freezone costs but a
lew cents at any drug store, but is suffi
cient to remove every hard corn, soft
corn, or corn between the toes, and the
calluses, without soreness or irritation.
Vruxma ! ihA sensational discover?
of a Cincinnati genius. Jt is wonderful.
.M'E W G O 6 D S : are arriving at our store almost
daily. Avail yourself of tKe opportunity and be
amonig the first to choose from our fresh new stocks.
There is something to suit every taste and purse.
For instance: .
On our Skirt Racks can
be found the most beauti
ful, the 4 daintiest in fact the
prettiest lot of Skirts that money
can buy. , There are Sports Skirts
in pretty plaids, and then there
are striped effects and others
in all black. The materials are
poplin, silk poplin, satin, serge and
crepe de chine. Some are button
trimmed and others are pleated.
They are priced from
$6-50 T0 $12-50
Those higher priced range up. to
A Wonderful Lot of
Smart S ui t B 1 ouses
These dainty blouses of Georg
ette and Crepe de Chine are "all
distinctive in style and refined in
detail some with bits of delicate
hand work. Some are in the pre
vailing. suit shades andthere jare
several other pretty color combi
nations. New models which have just ar
rived are also included in this of-
fering. In general, , the assort
ment is uncommonly, ime and at
this moderate pricing are un
usual. $7-50, $9-00, $10-00, $1'2-50
MORE EXTENSIVE THAN EVER BEFORE IS
. . OUR COLLECTION OF FABRICS
The choicest designs of paramount quality at the most mod
erate prices have been brought from the finest concerns in all
parts of the country, to our fabric sections. .We present seasona
ble materials for all needs ancj since they are sure to meet with
instant favor, prompt choosing is recommended.
In silvertip, browns, taupe
and black. . Suitable for
stoles, capes, trimmings,
etc. ' ' . '-
:! $6.00 yd. Upward.
of pure silk in sand color
and Belgian blue ; 40 inches
:widej - ' , ' ; 1
KITTEN'S EAR CREPE
An imported novelty in a
new color range and black,"
a soft velvety finish, 40 in.
A fine lot of durable goods
In a variety of patterns.
Galateas. Romper, Cloth,
Percales. Zephyr Gingham,
Chevoits, . etc. . ;
Taffetas and Messalines
: The famous Pussy Wil
low brand ; in all the desir
ed evening shades. There
are . pinks, orchid, malge
c $5.50 td $4.00 yd. .
In silver and gold effects
$3.50 to $6.50 yd.
at Special Prices
FOR MONDAY ONLY
Daggrett & Ramsdeli's
Cold Cream ......... .50c... 48o
Cream , . . 50c.,.. 43e
Pond's Vanishing .
Cream . . . .......... ..25c... .21e
Stillman's Freckle - V
Cream 50c. ..43o
Hind's Almond and .
Honey Cream . ........ 50c, ..43c
Melba Talcum t -
Powder ... ...25c . ,.19o
Melba Toilet Water
(assorted odors) ..... 11.00.... 85o
Melba Cleansing - -
Cream (large size) .... 50c... -:43c
Melba Cold :
Cream ...... ..........50c... .43
Cream . . . .' 50c... 43o
Ooii Soap I5c...10c
A Special Purchase of
Pure Silt Hosiery
These hose , are aU
Woven with pure silk
thread. . They have an
added feature , of . exra
elastic lisle tops. Colors
are black and white and
sizes S1V2 to 10.
$2.50 Pair. .
and they are products of
two nationally known con
cerns Fownes and'Chanut;
an excellent ' lot of light and
medium weight In suedes,
capes and -French kid and at
reasonable prices, too. r
TWEEDIE BOOT TOPS
Gives.the low cut or pump the
appearance of a high lace or
button shoe. They come in
all the usual colors.
$3.00, $3.50, $3.75, $4.00 ,
-In patent, kid or calf, in all sizes
$7.00 to $12.00.
Women's High Top Lace Shoes In
brown and black
$8.00 to $18.00
Children's School Shoes in patent
or black or brown calfskin; lace or
$2.00 to $6.00
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