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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 26, 1919. A GORGEOUS BLOUSE OF METALLIC BROCADE l! Women and Events Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. Pay Less mw row POSSk - X MRS. DICY LEWIS CROSBY WILL RECEIVE BAR OF HONOH. Mrs. DIcy Lewis Crosby, of West ville, is another Florida woman to be honored with the bar of honor Iven by th Confederated Southern Memo rial Association to each Hingr mother of a Confederate veteran. ' Her name has been sent to the president of the association, Mrs. A. McD. Wilson, by Mr3. Frank D. Tracy, a member of the committee appointed to locate these mothers of the old South. , Mr3. Crosby will attain her 97th year on Christmas day. She is the mother of fifteen children, twelve of whom are living, one having died in Infancy -and the other at the age of 26 years. ne is me wiaow oi josnua Allen Crosby, one of the pioneer set tlers of the state. Her son. Solomon Crosby, who served in the Confederate army reached the age of 79 years. Ha enlisted with the Confederate army in Georgia. Mrs. Crosby makes her home with her son and his family four miles out from Westville. She retains .all the ideas of the women of the old South and has a fund of interesting remin iscences. She enjoys. unusually good health and Is most active for her ad- vnc(1 vpars. At the age of 94 years she com pleted a quilt. She dreBses entirely in white all of the" time and wears a quaint and dainty cap of white. She has five generations of descendents in rlurHrifir shout six treat " sreat srand- children. ' She has the following granddaughters making their home in Pensacola. Mrs. George 'D. Villar. Mr6. W. C. "Wade, and Miss Ella Mc Daniell, who formerly resided here. Her grandsons making their home in Pensacola "are: T. M. Adams, P. G. Adams, A. McGee. - MISS MAGGIE INGRAM ENTERTAIN8 CHRI8TIAN ENDEAVOR SOCIETY. Miss Maggie Ingram 'daughter of Dr. and .Mrs. J. I. , Ingram was hos tess last evening , delightfully enter taining the members of the Christian Endeavor Society of the Knox Pres byterian church with a. Hallowe'en party at her home, Farnle Hill. v Stunts and games of the Hallowe'en season made the evening one of con tinuous fun. Hallowe'en colors with cats, witches and ghosts lurking in every conceivable place with dimmed j lights made an atmosphere suggestive or my teriousness ana wiicnery. xne guests wore fancy Hallowe'en cos tumes and masks. Mrs. James Phil lips told ghost stories and fortunes of the guests were told by two witches in tents. A ghost dance by , the Misses Binkley and the ghost walk added much to the evening's pleasure. The guests unmasked at 11:30 and at the close of the evening dainty sandwiches and ices were served. '- . MRS. SUGGS ENTERTAINS. Mrs. Joel Suggs charmingly enter tained about sixty-five of her friends with a Hallowe'en party at her home 601 North Davis street , Friday night from 8 to 12 o'clock. A color scheme of . orange and black, with witches, black cats, pumpkin faces and. mys terious forms gave an atmosphere sug gestive, of weirdedness to the apart ments. All kinds of Hallowe'en games and stunts, were enjoyed and . for tunes of the guest told by a witch who occupied a typical gypsy tent in one end of the apartment. ( Mrs. Suggs taking the part of the witch). Each guest was given a tall orange colored paper hat adorned with black cats and topped with a yellow plume and American flag, . to wear during the evening. .At the close of the eve ning light refreshments were served. FELL-WARE. Of cordial interest -to friends is the announcement. . which has Just been made of .the marriage of Miss Marie Ware to ' Mr. Everett Fell on Thurs day evening at 8:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's brother. Mr. Cleve Ware. Only, Immediate relatives at tended. ; FORMAL DANCE AT BARRANCAS. The officers and ladies of Fort Bar rancas entertained on Friday ; night with a formal dance In honor of Col onel Mauldin. Guests included Pen sacola people, army and navy society and officers from the visiting ves sels. vThe excellent , background of fered by the post was used to the best advantage, the ; terraces being magic ally transformed- by the dancing of hallowe'en lantersn. " The pavillion on the " beach was decorated with long leafed pines, magnolias and vines. The Barrancas band furnished music and dancing was enjoyed until the serving of refreshments at the Officers' Club. After refreshments, dancing was re sumed and continued until a late hour. SISTER CLASSES ' ENJOY, CELEBRATION. Hallowe'en brought with it a de parture from the usual social functions of High School life. The Sophomores entertained the Seniors (their "sister class") with a carefully planned' party at the Patriotic League rooms. The rooms v- ere almost unrecognizable, so thoroughly had the Sophomores done their work of establishing the Spirit of the night. Black cats, witches and Jak-o'-lanterns. gloomed Jind glared throughout the place," living ghosts among the" corn-stalks, farm lmple- BY BETTY BROWN. New York, Nov. 1. The sketch to day shows a modification of the Rus sian blouse so popular this season. The one in question is a gorgeous affair designed to be worn with noth ing less than the most elaborate of two-piece .velvet suits. It is built of metallic brocade in silver and black and is trimmed with narrow, tightly curled ostrich bands. The toque worn with it Is of vel vet to match the suit banded with the brocide. The elbow sleeves are a feature of the waist. Thejc require long sixteen button gloves. - ments and crouching -witches lent their atmosphere of mysterj and . rusticity with the most unassuming grace. After a magic everting of fortune telling, ghost stories and old-fashioned games, not to mention the excellen"; refreshments, the Seniors declared their (slster class worthy the name of Sister with a big S. CAXTON8 MEET WITH MRS. HARRY BROOKS. The Caxtons meet with Mrs. Harry Brooks at her home , on East Moreno street, tomorrow afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. The subject will be Current Events on South America, as the gen eral subject for study this year. ,;Mrs. C. S Bonacker will "be leader for the afternoonr" ' '. ALL ABOUT PEOPLE WE KNOW Miss Marion Spencer, of Pensacola. has recently been presented with a silver loving cup. The presentation was made by a class of soldiers whom she has just graduated in dancing. and expresses their appreciation of her loyal work. Miss Spencer has for some time been connected with the recreation department of the war camp community service of Little Bock, Arkansas. She will soon leave Little Rock for Wi C. C. S. duties elsewhere. . . . ..... When Grcndma comet ths Dirt Vctt Fly It's the Suds That Do lt Just a tablespoon of Grandmas Powdered Soap in the water then millions of foaming suds. Suds that make the dirt slip out of - orery hiding place. Almost no rubbing with Grandma's Powdered Soap. It is the finest cake soap powdered that U the ceeret of the lovely cleansinj cuds. No waste goes further. V Cheaper to use. Takes the place of both bar soap and wtshinj powder. Don't wait until tomorrow buy your package today. Let , Grandma be your weshwomaa next wash day. You will nerer want anyone else. UJ o or. s '(k-"9,. o 1 U U LOJC: 7 ; I Tru Thi3 Pc-Arcd Sczplzdzi libra? i?ccfoi?Eti3 Btifl t3 " Edmund Skottowe' son "' ot Mri and Mrs. J. C SkottbWeT arrived home "Wednesday night. ; Mr. Skottowe joined the English forces in 1918 and has fought with the .London and Scot tish, and later with the Oxford and Buck's light Infantry. News has been received at. intervals of his experiences at the front during some - of the big battles. He has almost entirely re covered after having T been ' gassed. As a result of the fire which-destroyed Sewanee -Academy, youthful Pensacola society is this afternoon welcoming home Frank Mitchell, Alvin White, Randall Hagerman and Charles Collins. Other Pensacola boys attend ing the academy, Treadwell Coving ton, Richard Merritt and Billy Dick Turner, t are visiting in Birmingham until Monday, when they will also re turn to Pensacola. - Commander H. M. Jensen, U. S. N of the destroyer force, and Mrs. Jensen have rented for the season the home of Mrs. J. S. McGaughy, 900 North Spring street Rear Admiral Charles P. Plunkett, of the destroyer force, and Mrs. , Plunkett are pleasantly located in apartments with them there. Pensacola friends of Mr. J and Mrs. M. M. McChensey ' will be interested to know that they are now residing in Seattle, Washineton. A little daugh ter, Helen Francis, has recently ar rived to brighten their home. Mr. Mc Chensey was stationed for several years at the Pensacola naval air sta tion as ensign and later was com missioned lieutenant (J. g.). Mrs. Mrs. McChensey, whose girlhood home is in New Haven, Conn., came here a war bride in the late summer of last year. Mrs. Thomas Spencer of Clearwater is the sruefit of hpr rtam-htr TVTm J. B. Tiller, at her home on East Hlllbl Mrs. Tiller has as her guests also, Mrs. J. F. Ruff, of Clearwater. Mrs T. W Helm and babv eon of Mus cogee. Oklahoma, and Mrs E. P. Cole man from Annapalis. Lieutenant Col onel T. C. Snencer. Mrs. Tiller's brother, has Just left for Chicago. A most delightful motor trip ended last night when Mrs. I. H. Aiken, Miss Valerie Reese. Mr. J. S. McGaughy and the Rev. John H. Brown returned from Detroit. The fentlre trip was made by auto and proved thoroughly enjoyable. Mr. Aiken, while in De troit, was called to New York. Balti more and Washington. Miss Grace Hamilton, recreational secretary of the Patriotic League leaves Sunday for New York to visit with relatives and friends. Miss Ham ilton has, been the inspiration of too many Pensacola girls and young worn, en to be lost to Pensacola without the most sincere regret. To her is due the credit of the organization of the ex cellent league gymnasium and of the younger girls classes. Camp Sea breeze has been largely the result of her enthusiastic efforts, and the up keep of the rooms themselves has been due to her efforts since the departure of Miss Adams, - In the face of constantly increasing" prices we are here making a .'v;:;;' ; .. most .My Sale Offering for Monday and Tuesday merchandise of quality at prices way below duplicating at wholesale. Our stocks must move, re gardless of future markets. a VV- V 'D Read Here and Come to Save Good Money SHIRT WAISTS WAISTS Children's Dresses $1.50 values. Voile 2.95 values. Voiles Sizes 6 to 14 years, and tOrgandy Each and Organdy Each 1.50 values ' 95c $1.95 95c w 'BMSBBSSWiSBBSMBBSBISMMBSISBMBJ ' BMaVSSMSMMiBBBBBiBBiSMaSBMIHHMBnaMSBSHSHSSSBBSSS WAISTS WAISTS Children's Dresses e,al ?eore ?5.50 values, striped 6JJ4 yfaYS 4.50 values Each China Silk and - ?2.9o values $2.95 Crepe de Chine, $J 95 $3.95 ' SKIRTS ' , Children's Dresses Silk Poplin, $4.00 ' SKIRTS All sizes, values to values ' , . , "V-n -r. 3.95 each to nr -Best grade Silk Pop- Z.95 lin and Taffeta, $2.25 v.,,.'' - values to $6 each - SKIRTS $3.79 Ladies' Collars Blue and black - Good styles and val- Serge, values to $8 cirrorrcj ues to 95c each &.ID Wool Plaids and Ve- 49c lour, values to $20 HATS ... $1495 HATS ' ladies' Felts Latest styles, Values to 2.50 $7.00 values 95c ;hats U9k : - r ' $5.00 values, Felt VO TTATTnri . and Velvet, each " " " " HOUSE DRESSES Ladies' Silk Hose $2.50 values'$1.89 3-M Seam-back, slightly imperfect, values to ?5X)0 values3.95 LadiesV Children,s $1.25 for-pair or .... ... ...... Hose, 25c quality, 37c Ladies' Silk Hose : . - : ' ' . Plain and Lace, nu . Georgette Dresses slightly damaged. Chemise, Bloomers Values to $35, only a Colors and white, and Camisoles few left at each $1.50 values for, pair $1.50 values ttir nn 73c 95c 15UU ' " ' Gingham Aoron 36-in. Silks a few 500 yds. Dark Out- Checks cuts to close out at ings, very special at brown and blue $1.49 yd 19c 19c yd Gooth smooth : Sea Bleached Muslin, 10 TEA APRONS Island Cotton,: .10 ds to custome'r. Value 25c yards to a customer. o to .o i 2-Day Special 2-Day Special 2-Day Special ; 15cyd 21c 2 for25c EXTRA One Lot of Ladies' Coat Sweaters, Slip-Over qjj SPI03IAL Sweaters Worth up to $6.95 Choice for . . . ... Heavy Turkish Towels 75c Values, 2-Day Offer, 50c Each Please bear in mind that this 2-Day Sale means an opportunity of unusual bargains in good, needful merchandise that every keen buyer should grasp. ? P(D)S? BirvTOocos Store "Everything N ew That's Good"