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jgg PENSACOLA JOURNAL. SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 14, 1919.
13 Women and Events Phone 38, between' 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. THE EMPTY STOCKING. Oh, Little By Blue With your won derful eyes. 1 That are filled with tears and a pained surprise; , . Tour childlike faith is shattered and torn, ' : : For that little old stocking t hangs empty and worn, Empty just as you hung it there On Christmas eve when you knelt in prayer, . . - , - v ; And that Prayer came up from, your heart because You learned to believe in Santa-Claus. - ; And standing there with your tear- dimmed eyes, ' ; . perplexing questions to you arise; t 5Vfcy should the children across the way - i . '.' Have their stockings filled this Christ mas day? : ; Was that lisping prayer you said! in vain,' . Can your broken t faith be healed again? . " ' Can it be because you know want and care, .... That Santa's forgotten your stocking there? Oh, dear little boy, if I only knew : . Just what to say to comfort you just what to do to ease the aches That grip your heart till it almost breaks! -I can only hope that in coming years. No friendless child will awake in tears, Because by the fireside cold and ? bare An empty stocking Is hanging there. exchange. are the important things to be con sidered, that our lives are the cup for the festive board of the Lord? Stanza 19. When the cup is finally com plete.'what need to think of the stress of earth's wheel? 20. What is the concluding thought of the poem? Is not this the dedica tion? Stanza 32. AFTERNOON TEAS " " '. AT SAN CARLOS. Flowers and. greenery of the Christ mas season and Christmas music gave a charming atmosphere, suggestive of the holiday season, to the sun parlors of the San Carlos when the Friday aft ernoon teas were held - last week. Among the cozy tea parties seen were Mrs. Fred Marsh, Mrs. H. H. Christy, Mrs. Bunkley and Mrs. Chas. B. Her Vey, who enjoyed a game of bridge at their table before tea was served. Miss Dowena ' Marsh, Miss Marjorie Christy, Miss Maria Blackiston and Miss Doris Blake were together enjoy ing a bridge as well as tea party. Mrs. Hanson, Mrs. II. G. DeSilva, Mrs. Johnson, Mrs. McMorris, Mrs. Simard, Mrs. Fraser, Mrs. Huddleston, Miss DeSilva and Miss J. P. Arbuckle were together at one tabie. Mrs. W. J. Cun ningham, Mrs. Jack Oleary, Mrs. Frenk Crenshaw and Mrs. Henry J. Hobbs formed one; party and . Mrs. C. M. Covington, Mrs.. Richmond'' and Miss Gladys Tomkins enjoyed a game of bridge at their table before tea Miss Pauline Ouebacker, of Louis ville, entertained four guests at her table. - - ENGAGEMENT MISS HARRIETT CARBINE TO LIEUTENANT -GEORGE R. HENDERSON ANNOUNCED. Society is cordially interested in the announcement made by Captain and Mrs. William L. Carbine of the en gagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, . Harriet Louise, to 7 Untenant George R. Henderson, U. S. N. . LIEUTENANT AND S MRS. WRIGHT ENTERTAIN. Lieutenant and, Mrs. Webster " M. f Wright entertained with a beautifully appointed -dinner at the Country, Club Friday: night. Covers being laid for Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Knowles, Captain and Mrs.; G. W. : Martin, . Commander Elmer Lieutenant Dolecek and Mr. and Mrs. Wilmer Hayward. A silver vase of magnificient yellow chrysanthe mums centered the table and 4 yellow chrysanthemum place cards .were used. ; ..' ; -: . -' STUDY QUESTIONS FOR SHAKESPEARE-BROWNING CLUB. Following are the questions for study at the meeting of the Shakespeare Browning Club with Mrs. Morria Bear Thursday afternoon, Mrs. Frank IX Tracy, leader.- '- ' -.- 1. How does the Rabbi feel about the hopes and fears of youth? 2. Note the poetical imagery in Stanza 2. , . . 3. How is his philosophy of life? Stanza 4. 4. How does he show the Divine Id man. Stanza 5. 5. Give wonderful expression of soul development. Stanza 6. . 6 What comforts him? Stanza 7. - 7. "What distinction is made be tween man and brute? 8. Does he recognize the inade quateness of the flesh to keep pace with the soul? . .- 9. After declaring old age superior, how does he show the need and use of youth as a complement? After de claring the superiority of the soul, he shows the use and need of the flesh. 10. Is there an indication of a de Fire that the remaking complete will be to raise the flesh bo that it will be as equal to the soul's "needs as the brute's is to theirs, since pleasant as the flesh is now, the soul always yearns for rest? The Jiope is given that we may not always say that progress is in spite of flesh but that .lesh helps soul as soul helps flesh. Stanzas 11-12. 11. Is death depicted" in Stanza 13? "What are the advantages of age and how is youth contrasted? Stanzas 13 0 22. .. -.. : '-":..',"' 12. "vv hat are the important things 'n life? Stanza 23. ; . ; - 13. From the beautiful simile of the potter's wheel, what Ideas does he evolve about the permanence of truth? Read Isaiah 64:8 and Jeremiah 18:2-6. Stanza 26. 14. Show how the whole poem may be considered an answer to Omar Khayyam. 15. Comment on Stanza 27. "The soul of man can e,;ist with or with out the body and rtid in fact '. pre exist." Friediander;i 16. What is the meaning of llfe? Stanza 28. 17. Explain the : Imagery in Stanza 18. Life having already been com pared to a vase or cup, does Ben Ezra mean that the uses of life to God are MUSIC STUDY CLUB TO MEET WEDNESDAY. The regular weekly meeting of the Music Study Club Will be held Wednesday morning at the home of Miss Elizabeth Moreno, N. Barcelona st. . The following program has been announced: .; Reverie Schuett ; Wilde Jadd Mac Do well Mrs. Paul Stewart. Wiegenlied Reger; . Pierrot's - Sere nade Randegger Mrs. Edwin Hunter Percy. Waltz Schutt Miss Elizabeth Mo reno. ' Selection Mrs. Chas. B. Hervey. 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