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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 9, 1919.
15 1 Women and Events Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p.m. i 1 Qb)o 1 MISS KNOWLES ATTENDANT AT BODE RT-LINDSAY WEDDING Miss Jeannie Knowles returned Fri day from Savannah, where she acted as maid of honor at the wedding of Hiss - Dela Lindsay and Mr. Gilbert TBodart on Wednesday, November 5. Miss Lindsey has been Miss Knowles' Euest in Pensacola and her wedding is of especial interest in Pensacola cir cles. An evening wedBting, the effect of the beautifully gowned women and darkly suited men against the charm ingly arranged background was more than ordiearily striking. ;-- The bride was given by her broth- MISS DEWBERRY ENTERTAINS , Miss Ruth Dewberry,' assisted by Mrs. Dewberry, Miss Alpha Zelius, and Misses Ethel and Irma Dewberry, entertained a few of her class mates Friday evening at her home on Gads den street. Fruit , punch was served during the : evening and games en Joyed by the guess. Later ice cream and cake, were served to a most ap preciative group of young people In cluding Marjorie Bingham, Cary Ellis, Mary Ansley, Bertha Litschkoff, Dor- it' . f : -y. 7,otby Reinicke, Marjorie King. Kelly dress with court train embroidered in Mosely, Rex Farrior, George Read, In pearls, and veil of rose point lace, long In the family. She carried white roses. Her matron of honor, her sis ter, Mrs. Fred Davis, and maid of honor. Miss Jeannie Knowles, wore pink satin draped with silver net, and carried pink roses. The bridesmaids were Miss Helen Knight, a cousin of the bride from New Jersey, Miss Ethel Cabell of Richmond, Virginia, Miss Alice Battey and Lester Ran dolph of Savannah. Mr. Boderfs best man was Mr. John Mac William of Chicago. Ushers were Mr. R. W. White of New York, 31 r. Charles Howard of Chicago, Mr. Frank Devon of Savannah and Mr. Alex Owen of Lynchburg, Virginia. After a reception at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bo jdert left for Hot Springs, Virginia where they will spend ' a week before going to New Jersey to make their home. , .1 , U. D. C. NOTICE r Every member of the United Daugh. ters of the Confederacy is a member of the Red Cross, and as much is re quested to march with the Red Cross division in the Armistice Day parade. All are especially asked to wear their IT. D. C. badges and to assemble promptly at 2:30. The Children of the Confederacy will form on the south side of W. Garden just behind the Red Cross contingent and will march behind It. .':""' 1. J. W. Friedman, Jack Brown, Oliver Semmesi Smith and Brant of Mobile. DANCE TO BE GIVEN FRIDAY' EVENING AT OSCEOLA CLUB . A great deal of cordial interest 13 centered in the dance to be given at the Osceola club on Friday evening, November 14th. This is the first of a series of dances to be given at the club this winter and promises to be one of the most de lightful affairs of the season. An in vitation is extended to the officers and men of the U. S. flotilla, naval air sta tion and Fort Barrancas to attend. The dance is not to be confined to members of the' club only, but the right is reserved to reject objection able parties. It is through the courte sy of the officers of the Osceola club that the club rooms have been secured in which to conduct these dances, and a pleasurable evening is promised all who participate. NOMADS WITH MRS. ANDERSON The Nomads will meet with Mrs. Warren E. Anderson.. 233 West Greg ory street, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs. L. J. Reeves will have the paper on Abraham of Ur. .. ATTENTION 1 MEMBERS OF THE RED CROSS All caps to be worn in the parade, or by workers in the Red Cross Roll Call, should be twenty-eight by twenty-eight inches. It is hoped that all members of the Red Cross will take part. In the parade on Armistice Day, and the chairman of the local chap ter, American Red Cross, urges that every woman and girl who Is a mem ber of the chapter in Pensacola or Escambia County march in the parade, wearing the uniform of the Red Cross, and the Red Cross cap, with emblem. The Red Cross emblems may be se cured from chapter headquarters, sec ond floor American National Bank buildlngon application free of charge. DANCE AT OSCEOLA CLUB ; : ' The football team of the Pensacola high school complimented ; the boys of Wright Acamedy, who were their visitors for the game of yesterday afternoon, with a dance at the Osce ola club. About a hundred young people enjoyed the occasion, among them the boys Returned from Sewanee. An excellent Jazz orchestra furnished music THIMBLE CLUB WITH MISS NELL BURROW The New City Thimble club will meet with ' Miss Nell ; Burrow, 1640 East Gadsden street at 2:30 Thurs day afternoon. Each member is ask ed to bring needle, thimble, scissors and white thread. The work of the afternoon will be for the Womans' Home. DAUGHTERS OF ISABELLA ACTIVE On Friday, Mrs. N. Corbett CNelL state deputy of the Daughters of Isa bella, arrived in Pensacola and was met by the following women: Mrs. ,E. O. Anderson, Mrs. John Massey, Mrs. James White, Miss Mary Ma loney, Mrs. Jackson Brandon, Miss Katherine Borras, Mrs. Will Moyer, Mrs. . Doggert, Miss Katherine Motta, Mrs. Rady, . Mrs? Patrick ' McHugh, Mrs. James Hilliard and Mrs. M. L. Bowen. Following the reception at the station, a sightseeing trip was en Joyed and, at 12 o'clock, luncheon at the San. Carlos. In the afternoon a trip was made to the visiting de stroyers in the harbor and at 7:30 o'clock the Initiation of a large class took place. . On Saturday night the women of this organization entertain in Mrs. O'Neil's honor and in celebration of their twelfth anniversary as an or ganization. The K. of C. hall, the scene of the dance was appropriately decorated with chrysanthemums, goMen-rod and wild flowers carrying out the court colors, purple and 'gold, with southern . greenery. The dance opened with a grand march led by Mrs. CNell and Mr. John Massey, grand Knight of Columbus. General dancing, . with a well arranged musi cal program in the intervals between dances, was enjoyed until a late hour. ASSSOCI ATION N. B. COOK SCHOOL , The Parent-Teachers association of the N. ,U. Cook school will hold a meeting Wednesday afternoon, No vember 12, at 2:45 o'clock. It is es pecially desired that all members be present to take part in the election of officers. ; SUPPER DANCE OF THURSDAY EVENING That the supper-dance given by the officers of the "Belknap" Thursday night at the San Carlos, was . a popu lar affair with those who had the good f ortue to attend, is an unquestionable I fact, at any rate judging from the re marks of the head waiter, to say noth ing of the guests themselves, it is safe to say that it was one of the most de lightful evenings of the social season, thus far. The following clever fold ers attest to the originality of the hosts: ,; . ' Pensacola, Florida, November 6, 1919. Operation Order No. 1. NO.JLT Forces. ".,,'... (a) Scouting Detachment 1. Jazzing male units from Pensa cola and from' destroyers. 2. Aviation wing. (b) Main Body 5 Sqd. 1. Light cruising units from fair sec; of Pensacola. , ' " Sqd. 2. Protected cruisers, contln-f gent navy wives Pensacola. : (c) Rear Guard Belknap; management San Carlos; "Joy Trio," dispensers of assorted jazz. Estimate of Situation 1. Great dejection exists, indus trial unrest continues, II. C. L. mounts, country bone dry, old, man Gloom and old man Worry, the ene my's main body, were sighted and re ported by a friendly scout as 100 miles ESE true from Pensacola at 9:30 a. m. Thursday six November headed NWW speed 15 knots. No.' 2. . Mission ' ' 2. This force will deploy in readi ness to banish old man Gloom and old man Worry before they enter Pensa cola. 3. (a) Scouting detachment. Ren dezvous San Carlos 9:00 p. m. Thurs day. Scout against enemy's main body. If sighted for God's sake do not report it but circle on our main body at Jazz speed, cutting out units, and deliver your attach as opportunity offers. No recognition signals. Support closely all units of main body. Keep hotly engaged, no quar ter to friend or foe. (b) Aviation wing. Jazz flying only. If you see anything suspicious ignore it, climb another 1000 fee and vol plane, nose dive or tail spin. (b) Main Body Get under way evening of 6 Novem ber, proceed toward enemy's . main body in dinning room San Carlos ho tel. Observe scouts closely. When great activity is noted in scouting line, deploy in battle formation. Engage at own discretion. Endeavor to keep fire concentrated on one target at a time. You will be supported closely by the scouts as the action becomes generaL Ships of main body suffering great damage should haul out of the main action on the disengaged side and seek the -assistance of the train. We expect every unit-of the main body to do her duty and using her (iwn style of attack to accomplish her own and the general mission. "' If anyone strikes their colors to you do not cheer; save your ammunition; stand or engage a fresh one. (c) Rear Guard see par. 4 Train accompany main body. Joy trio will supply ammunition and fire the first gun as a signal for the general engagement. They will supply successive solvoes of jazz as the action progresses increasing in pep and violence until the enemy is com pletely routed. 2. The management and the Belk nap will succor and assist. Casualties will be towed out and repairs effect ed. .. ' . 5." AA I with main body. Cipher Rot. Wave length to suit yourself. By order of, 4 GLOOM BANTSHER, v Sig. JAZZ. Chief of Staff for Ad. Joy. Extracts by bridge signal to squad ron,, flotilla division commanders. CopiO guard mail to units of main bo Sunday, November 9, 1919 " EVERYTHING-TO-WEAR " Pensacola, Florida That Will fee a Comfort on "Winter ISfigfhts YOU never have too many. And there are sure to be some here you'll like. They're displayed so that you can easily inspect them. We never had so good an assortmentall fresh, new and clean stock. There are also a lotof Automobile and Steamer Rugs of which, we believe, we have one of the most complete displays. These are indispensible for driving-, and traveling, but also are invaluable for camping, hunting, fishing trips, etc., and for the porch bed. COM FOR TAB LES These are the celebrated Maish line filled with lamenated cotton, covered with standard grade silkolenes, and sateens in allover designs or small floral patterns with border ef fects In solid colors; both crib and large bed sizes. The word Maish, when applied to bed coverings, means perfec tion in quality. All pure wool Blankets from Oregon City Woolen Mills. Very soft and fleecy and Indian patterns in a variety of colors. Crocheted edge ofmercerized silk. Heavy and thick. Suitable for autos, bath robes, porch, etc $11.00 and $12.00 4 ..... We cordially invite you to lookover this line, even if you don't intend to make a purchase. These Maish Comforts range from '$4.00 to $9.00 y Carriage Robes Navajo Indian patterns, attractive de signs and colors. Warm and heavy $3.50 Carriage Blankets All pure cotton edges with pretty animal designs $1.50 furled crocheted Crib Blankets Pure white, all wool, pink and blue bor ders ' $7.00 Figured cotton bed comfortables, regulation sizes; cov ered with silkolene, cretonnes and sateens $2.25 to $5.00 B L AN K E TS Porch and Bed Blankets of pure wool in white with yel low, red, pink, blue and purple stripes; bound with purled crocheted edge of same color as stripe. Single size $20.00 Silk and cotton Quilts; pure cotton with border effects; silkolene backs, floral designs. Some silk trimmed and some solid silk fronts ' $9.00 to $10.00 Double size In pink and blue plaid $22.50 Double Bed Blankets; all wool In grey with pink stripes; also large block plaids in pink, blue and grey $17.50 Down Quilts with sateen both front and back and cor dered; beautiful range of patterns in pink, blue, yellow and red $15.00 All cotton and cotton and wool mixed in white with pink and blue borders . $7.50, $10.00, $12.00 Double size cotton in grey, tan and white; full size Plain $3.00 and $3.50 Plaid $5.00 and $6.00 Bathrobe Blankets or Blanket Comforters of heavy weight double face blanket cloth, suitable for lounge or porch; reg ulation size; full range of colors $6.00 Bathrobe cord sets in solid and mixed colors 75c Set v A SPECIAL VALUE Wool blenket; double size in pink, blue, grey and tan block plaids $12.50 JAVA KAPOK PILLOWS A fresh lot of square, oblong and round soft pillows, filled with pure Java Kapok; sizes 14x16, 14x18, 18x18, 18x24, 20x30. Rounds are 18x20. 75c to $2.00 AUTOMOBILE AND STEAMER RUGS edges are fringed and $12.00 to $30.00 Rich,' heavy Rugs In beautiful shawl plaids. The stitched and they come both double and single faced. NECKWEAR and VESTINGS Collars and cuffs either separately jot in - sets in dainty organdies, filet and venise trimmed. All new catchy ideas and the necessary materials with which to make them. HANDKERCHIEFS With plain and self embroidered cor ners, colored . embroidery and colored -borders. Sheer linweave, shamrocks and pure linen are the fabrics 10c to 52.50 each New Crepe de Chine handkerchiefs with solid colors and fancy border ef-fects-r ' 25c and 65c ' More- "Monday Specials in TOILET ARTICLES Evening Jasmine Face Powder Imogene Face Powder Mavis Face Powder . . . Nadine Face Powder .. Floramye Face Powder Azurea Face Powder ...$1.75 $1.49 Marshall Field's Blue Rose Face Powder" ...... . .$1.50 $1.19 Lias de Rigand Face Usually. Now. . 50c 25c . 50c 25c . 50c 43c . 50c 43c $1.75 $1.49 Powder . .- 1.25 98c Djer-Kiss . .. . . . . i . . 75c 67c Melbaline ... . ...... ... 25c 21c , Mary Garden Rouge .... 60c 45c Dorin -Rouge . . . ; ....... 60c 45c Melba Rouge .......... 50c 43c '. Dr. Blair's Rouge ....... . 35c 27c Blue Rose Lip Stick .... 25c 19c . m i sr again itth&JfovQF These scarf s and sweaters are fashioned for comfort and style and make a wonderful combination with the sport shirts we are showing. Some of the scarfs have pockets and belts while others are plain. They are of real brushed Angora and have been growing popular because of their bewitching color combinations, correct for sport and afternoon wear. We also carry automobile coats made of this same Angoria in brown and tan. The styles and colors of both tse sweaters and shirts are varied and must be seen to be appreciated. Scarfs, $10, $12.50, $15. SWEATERS For Misses $4.00 to $7.50 For Women $6.50 to $15.00 SPORT SHIRTS $10.00 to $35.00 RIBBONS for Every Conceivable Use A wonderful selection of ribbons of the prettiest designs and colorings. As a special we offer HAIR BOW RIBBONS Pure heavy silk in light and dark colors ; 5 to 6 in. wide 50c yd. These are the newest Ideas in tapestry effects for camisoles, etc. Then there are trimming ribbons, narrow tinsels, picot edges, cold and silver ribbons, embroidered designs, odd floral effects and patterns. We have complete lines of J. C. and S. K. ribbons featuring "Lady Fair.' "Trous seau, "Two Tones." dainty self-colored Jacquards for Milady's lingerie. There are moires, solid colors, tiny widths which are extensively used, to extreme widths for camisoles, sashes, eto- Our Xo. 616 In plain moire satin is also shown from No. 1 in tiny shoe string widths to 8-inch In beautiful color range. There are none better than the ribbons carried in our stock because there are no better made. VEILS Bonnie B veils popular with women who know the best 10c, 25c, 50c MUFF FOUNDATIONS Filled with pure down with shirred edges of silkolene; they have shell rings $5.00 each MERITE JEWELRY A wonderful assortment of Sterling silver, silver plated, and gold' plated jewelry novelties. Vanity purses, baby pins, doreens and necklaces, are some of the artcles. WOMEN'S FOOTWEAR FAVORITES For it is the type of booth that pre dominates among the better styled foot wear for fashionable women. $It has all the required smart style coupled with genuine comfort. At smart in appearance on the foot as on display. They are in newest shade Beaver Brown of x fine kid ; Louis XV heels and hand turned soles $15.00 pair Other Smart Boots for women in black kid and brown calf with military or French heels; welted soles $8.00 up. X HI H1