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Women and Events
Phone 38, between 10 a. m. and 6 p. m. -
SCHOOL NO. 10 GIVES ATTRACTIVE
CHRISTMAS PROGRAM.
At the close of the first term
teachers and pupils of School No. 10
gavfi an attractively arranged 'Christ-'
n a3 program at the school building
Thursday to a crowded house, which
expressed its appreciation of the num
bers given by repeated and enthusias
tic applause. The program was given
in the principal's room, which was
?ay with holly, other greenery and
flowers of the season. Effective black
board borders of holly and polnsettias
made "oy Miss Myrtle Rice, primary
teacher, added greatly to the attrac
tiveness of the rooms. At the' close of
tho program Santa Claus (a repre
sentative of the Pensacola Salvation
Army) told the chneren a beautiful
story of Christmas and acknowledged
:ind expressed appreciation of the five
dollars given by the scnool to the Sal
ivation Army tc help make Christmas
Day a happier one for many unfortu
nate ones in the city. ':
Especially good numbers on the
srogram were the two plays, , Ping
Winter's Throne, by pupils of grade
3, and letters from Santa Claus by
twelve pupils of grade , twelve char
acters taking the parts in each play.
The following program was given:
Song It Is Coming.
Merry Christmas 14 pupils. Grade 1.
Toast -to Santa Claus 12 pupils,
Grade 2. t ' .".
Song Christmas Morning.
King Winter's Throne All pupils,
Grade 3.
Song Santa's Reindeers.
What I Would Be 9 pupils, Grad6 1.
Oues3 Who 10 pupils. Grade 4.
Song Santa Claus Is Coming Soon.
What Santa Brought 6 ' pupil3.
Grade 1. ., , .
Our Platform 6' pupils. Grade 2.
Song Merry Christmas Bells.
Letters From Santa Claus 12 pupils.
Grade 4.
Song Eyes So Bright.
Twelve Little Candles and a Firefly
13 pupils. Grade, 2. '
Christmas Story.'
Song Here at Last.
School No. io has the following ef-
EE
Pay Cash Pay Less
for
CHRISTMAS
SHOPPERS
Offers a Variety of
Useful Gifts at
Reasonable Prices
POSS' Dry
Last
Ca
LOOK AT THIS LIST, THEN COME AND
SELECT BEFORE THE RUSH
GLOVES Kid, Silk and Suede
HANDKERCHIEFS Lawn, Linen, Silk
BAGS Velvet, Silk, Leather
COLLARS Organdy, Lace Georgette
HOSIERY Lisle and Silk.
SWEATERS Infants', Children's, Womens'
Wool, Mixed and Silk.
TOWELS Huck and Turkish
SCARFS Table and
UNDERWE ARr-Lingerie and Silk
TABLE COVERS Square and Round
SHIRT WAISTS Organdy, Georgette,
Voile, Crepe de Chine.
HATS yelvets and Velour
SKIRTS Wool, Silk and Serges
DRESSES Georgette, Serge, Tricotine.
BATH ROBES Ladies' and Childrens'.
Sweater Sets, Scarf Sets, Bags, Frames,
Combs, Back and Side; Coats, Infants' and
Grown-ups'; Dresses, Infants' and Childrens',
POSS' Dry Goods Store
"EVERYTHING NEW THAT'S GOOD"
Open Evenings Till Christmas
flclent corps of teachers: Miss Eva
Waters, principal: ... Mrs. O. E. Me.
Reynolds. Miss Catherine Wentworth,,bers appropriate to the holiday season
CHRISTMAS DANCE FOR SERVICE
MEN BY G I RLSV COMMUN ITY '
SERVICE CLUB. ' 5
The Girls" Oomman.ty Serviced Club
will entertain with a . big dance on
Christmas' night, complimentary to
the men of the service, ex-service men
and ladies holding war camp commu
nity service invitations. '-
Sergeant Tom Casey, of Fort Bar
rancas, will have full charge of tho
decorating of the hall. Refreshments
o? punch, home-made caKe and other
dainties will be served.
Following are the chaperones for the
evening: '
Dr. and Mrs- M. E. Quina, Mr. and
Mrs. Max I Bear, Mr. and Mrs. James
White Mr.. and Mrs. Li. L. Borras, Dr.
and Mrs. deM. Blocker, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. McLane, and others..
Diaz's orcheafra. will' furnish the
music Several entertainment fea
tures , will be introduced- Mr. Sidney
Levy will act as floor manager.
This, the first complimentary given
by a loca organization for the service
men and the people of the community,
promises to be a big success. , .
All service men, all ex-service men,
all ladies holding W. C. C. S. invita
tions, and all civilians accompanied by
a lady holding a war camp community
service invitation-
BUSINESS WOMEN'S CLUB TO
GIVE CONCERT.
The Business and Professional
Women's club will not meet Monday
evening, according to custom. It will
resume regular meetings after the hol
idays and expects to meet unofficially
on December 30, when a concert will
be given under its auspices t tha
high school auditorium. Miss Martha
E. Smith, from the Perfield School of
Music, in Chicago, will aid, and Miss
Fannie Kehoe. Mrs. C. C. Von Paulson,
and Miss Elish Lamont, among otner
local talent, will give their services.
Pay Cash Pay Less
j U Give
llTHRIFT
PRESENTS
forCtristoas-
S ensitleTIseiul Gifts
SHOP
Goods Store
Dresser
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TgjENSACQLA JUUUNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, DECEMBER 21, iyi9.
MANY PARTIES AT SAN CARLOS
AFTERNOON 'TEAS. . . "
A number of pretty parties were
seen . at the afternoon teas at the
Pan Carlos, Friday. , The mezzanine
Coor, where the tables are placed, was
gay ' with Christmas decorations,
flowers and greenery. The program of
music played by the Glacier National
Park Jazz orchestra consisted of num-
One of the ; prettiest of the parties f
was the one given ty Mrs. Leonard J
Frank complimentary to .Mrs-. Law-
re nee Stern. The six tables were I
placed in the Shantung:, room,: where I
a game of hearts was played before
tea was served.'' First prize was won
by , Mrs. Clarence Frenkel and second
by Mrs. Lawrence Setrn. Mrs- Fran's
guests IncIudedMrs. tawrence Stern,
Mrs. Clarence Frenkel, Miss Hilda
Bear, Miss Esther Gugenheim, ,Miss
Hazel Jacoby, Miss Lillian Jacoby.
Miss Gertrude Friedman, Miss Jean- i
ette Starr of Louisville, Frs. William
Ackerman. Miss Ruth Dannheisser,
Miss Sylvia Cahn, Miss Beulah Green-
hut, Miss Vivian Levey,- Miss Amelia i
Berlin, Miss Lois Oppenheimer, Mrs.
Harry Wagenheim, Mrs. Leon Gunder
sljmer, Mrs. Alex Friedman. Mrs.
Mozart Lischkoff, Miss Fva Berlin,
Miss Ruth Lichten. Miss Ethel Fried
man. .
"Mrs.. E. D. Washburn had as guests
at her table her sister. Miss Nan
Cliidwick. of New Yorx City Mrs.
Richmond and Mrs. Covington.
Mrs. SSm Cahn Isaacs were guests
at Mrs. Ben Gerson's table and com
plimentary to Miss Chrrsty, Miss Mer
cedes Cafiero entertained as jruests
.a, her table. Miss Beatrtce Howe, Miss
ii uui ivappington, auss tJonsulo Caf
iero. and Mrs. S. Harding Burke. Mrs.
J. Frank Taylor entertained .at one
f O V7 A - d V -. A -WW
Chr.,ty. Mrs. Hunter Brown, and
w-v. d. nci kui'sis. iurs. i-i li
uanieis of Chipley, and. Margaret
McCaskill of DeFuniak Springs, were
together. Mrs. Max Bear. Mrs. Morris
near, Mrs. Alex Friedman, Mrs. Louis
Friedman, Mrs. Max Klein. Mrs. Tp
Mayer and Mrs.:L- Rosenau were to
gether at one table. .
CLUBBS SCHOOL
FESTIVITIES.
Fridy ushered In the holiday season
ior the pupils of the puiic schools. At
the. Clubbs school the Christmas spirit
The rooms were beautifully decorated ,
for the occasion and Christmas' cele
brations were held by the different
classes. Christmrs teees and Post-
offices were popular diversions. Grades
aim s carried out an interesting pro
gram in the assembly room durino- thft
la ef hnn. TM j , . . . 1
mo singing OI jnriStmas j
carols, a bright little play that was
presented by the girls of Grade 7 - and ,
me scnool paper edited by Ray Aron
oxltz and Jack McGuire, of Grade 8,
were the leading features. The various
topics in the paper were illustrated by
cartoons on the blackboards of the
lrj. tnis very clever work being
,done by Richard Stubbins and Jack
j McGuire. The cartoon of the Christ
mas luncheon given the faculty by
the domestic science crass- was the
masterpiece of these boy artists, and
for the day at least supplanted Mutt
and Jeff in the affections of the boys
and girls. Though the runcheon came
in for its cartoon that could not Aim
its glory. It really was a .very pretty
affalu. with appropriate Christmas
color scheme and menu, and was
thJoughly enjoyed by the faculty.
MiSS Mollie McCaskill, the domestic
science teacher, was ossisted in pre
paring and serving the luncheon by
tne best cooks of Grade 8 Margarita
-iyeas, Ruth Dvis, Miriam Mayer.
Kdith Brlerly. Ray Aronoxitz, Yvonne
Sublett. Marjorie McGill, Louise Chis-
"uun- Bessie Chisholm, Hattie
Cask ill.
Mc-
GIRLS AND BOYS OF STATE UNI
VERSITY AND COLLEE TO MEET;
AT Y. M. C. A. MONDAY.
The Pensacola boys attending the
State University. Gainesville, and Pen
sacola girls attending the Woman's
State College, Tallahassee, have plan
ned to meet at the Y. M- C. A. Monday
afternoon to make arrangements for
entertaining the P. H. S. seniors this
year. -.
CALLUS? "GETS-IT"
WILL PEEL IT OFF!
Nothing on Earth Like Simple
"Gets-It" for Corns or Calluses.
A Callus or thickened skin on the
'f, ,of tn foot, which often makes
talking a misery Is of the same nature
is a corn. "Gets-It" removes it as
GrtUT and Dmaem. va with Conul
easily as it does the toughest corns. By
using, a few drops of "Gets-It"- on the
callus, you will be able to peel it of f
with your . fingers, in one complete piece
fust as you would a banana peeL It
leaves the skin. free and smooth as
"iiough you never had a callus. You need
no more fussy plasters, sticky tape.
"packagy" bandages, knives or scissors,
for corns or calluses. "Gets-It" . is the
natural corn remover, the biggest 011
earth, used by millions. -It never falls,
Tou'll work, play and dance at ease In
spite of corns. : - . ,
"Gets-It." . the only sure, guaranteed
money-back corn-remover, . costs but at
trifle at any drug . store. MTd by E.
Lawrence & Co., Chicago. - .
! Sold in Pensacola and recommended as
the world's best corn remedy, by Ham
i'ton Russell and White's Pharmacy.
The Crystal Pharmacy, ;
Jas. R. Polkinghorne.
RHINESTONES ;
OR SPRAY OE I
GREEN .GOLD
By BETTY BROWN.
With a graceful semi-rolled coif
fure, shimmering hair ornaments are
the final touch of beauty, particularly
this season.' In fact, fashion dictates
make them almost a necessity for
evening wear. Here are sketched the
dependable favorites, rhinestone jins,
arranged at each side or the coiffure
close to the neck. The latest fancy
is 'the use of sprays made of green
gold in the form of laurel leaves, worn
highL in", the hair, as shown in the
same" sketch. .
ANNOUNCE BIRTH
OF A SON. ..
Mr. and Mrs. R. IT. Gonzalez, 525
W. Ie-st. have announced the birth
of a son, Saturdya, December 20. who
will bear the name of Hrry. LeRoy.
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""VlDAYS
for the Christmas holidays were:
From the State Woman's College in
Tallahassee, Misses Ethel Padericit,
Marjorie Pierpont. Minnie Leah
Nobles. Mary Beggs, Dora Shepard,
A dele Berlin, Pattl Gray. Ida Meri
weaither, Frances Morey, Dorothy
Burrow. Those from the State TTni
versMyy -Cainesvllle, Howard Mayes,
his guest, Franklin West, Reginald
DeSilva, who by the way represents
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he represented; Tom Kennedy. New-
ton Axelson, Albert -Caro. Hurley
Holland. Louis Tatom," George Cal
houn. Oliver Williams, Harold Jones,
Ed. Lurton, GeGorge .Hartman, Den
Xie Cifleman. son " of -Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Coleman;; -arrives Wednesday
l.frAmlTnknA TTntiTarcU.. "N-.
" ...,v.,oij, ; .-cv vi iraiiB,
where ;he 13 Junior medical student,
Jack Hooton arrived last night from
tne Americus : Military Academy,
Staunton. Va;, to be the holiday guest
of Charlie Collins, son of Mr. and Mrs.
J H-, ColHns. Miss Lola Lee Daniels
arrlved Friday night from New Tork
City, where she is attending Columbia
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' j III, . II Dear Friends: ll
I! - - JlPfe-l W Good old Christmas time approaches once more; 1
Sf HSiTl A The spirit is already in the air at this store. And if V l
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lj 'By EDMUND VANCE COOKE ' !
What shall ir profit at the Christmas
tide. . - ' '
I opulence and luxury abide
And love of all our fellows be denied?
This is the season which we dedicate
Not to smug pride or vain and vaunted
' hate.
But to that love which knoweth no
estate." .
This day we fix our faith and found
our trust
That man is purified of dross and dust
And is not only generous but just.
Oh, ye of pomp and circumstance and
power,
Captains and conquerors and lords of
dower, . '"
Haply ye flourish for your little hour.
But though ye. seize
fruits thereof, s
the earth and
University, coming to ' Jacksonville
vl the Clyde line, where she was joined
by her brother, William Daniels, who
came from Gainesville, where he is
attending the university, to spend the
holidays with their parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. E. L- Daniel.
PENSACOLA ZIONIST
SOCIETY
ENTERTAINS.
The Pensacola Zionist 'organization
gave its first affair last Wednesday
evening at the Odd Fellows' hall. Tnis
consisted of a splendid program, fol-
i lowing the lighting of the Chanukah
I'&htS.
In commemoration of the de
struction cf the Temple. The hall was
. fln1 anf.lnt? followed, th
Diaz orchestra furnishing the musick
The guests were served with ice
cream, cake, fruits and nuts.
Lighting the candles. Rabbi Bierson
and children.
Welcome address, Mr. S- Greenblatt.
Poetical recitation, Ida Bear.
Piano recivil. Minnie Rosenbloom.
Address, "Zionism." Mr. J. Bresler.
Recitations. Mr. S. Goldrlng.
Remarks, Morris Levy.
The organization started with eight
members and now numbers over
ciShty - and are Planning to give many
Dear Friends:
Good old Christmas time approaches once more;
The spirit is already in the air at this store. And if
it hasn't struck you yet we'd like you to come here
and imbibe a bit of it.
You see we are stocked unusually well to supply
the wants of those intelligent folks who are going ,
to give furniture for Christmas. Our sales-people
have scented already the expressions of self-ap
proval which mark the features of those who have
purchased presents here so soon.
They have already come to understand that the .
rendering of a real Christmas service to a customer 1
is worthwhile many times over. f
They realize that the man or woman who buys
furniture for giving, gives something with a year .
round of sentiment which savors of goodliness in-
definitely. Therefore, they V have grasped that
Christmas atmosphere readily and they shall not
lose their hold on it. .
At Christmas time, there is an added zest to serv
ing the public. . We know that here and want to
serve you. All is set and in operation. Would you
not like to get in on the ground floor in looking over
our stocks for suggestions? I
Very
T- K WILLIAMS & CO 'T!T
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Or heap possessions to the'skies above.
What shall it profit, if ye v have not
love?
Lo! those were Wise Men come from
out the East,
With no gaunt bellies gladdened for
a feast,
But come to seek the shelter of the
beast.. ;
For they had glimpsed a vision from
afar,
A vision concentrated to a Star,
That Love-of-Man had found an
avatar.
Men crowned the Manger with a
diadem,
Men cry hosannas to the . Garment's
hem, , 1
But scant the gift the Spirit asks of
them.
success of tne entertainment was due
to Mr. I. Silvemian and Mr. Shipman,
of the Barrari'.as band.
DINNER DANCES AT
SAN CARLOS. .
The main cafe of the . San Carlos
was a lovely scene of holiday festivity
and social gaiety last evening when the
usual Saturday night dinner dances
were held. The splendid music was
furnished by the Glacier National Park
Jazz orchestra. Among the hosts and
hostesses for the evening were Phillip
Yonge, who entertained a party of
eight; Mrs. Straots, six; Lieutenants
Thomas and Dorell, eight; Pat Eagan,
five; Mr- McDonald, four; Dr. ,Scooki,
six; Mr. Creary, twelve; Mr. Hall,
eight; Lieutenant Atwood, three;
Lieutenant LaFrance, four.
RED CROSS TO MAKE CHRISTMAS
MERRY FOR SERVICE MEN.
The Pensacola chapter, American
Red Cross, have almost completed
elaborate plans for the big Christmas
tree to be given for the service men
ill in the naval air station hospital
and for the Christmas celebration to
be held at the hospital at the forts.
Christmas packges will be distributed
to the disabled service men sent to
sincerely, j
1
Faith in this world, the House o:
Thee and Me,
Hope of Ourselves, the Door to maks
men free, f
Love of our fellows, which is still tht
Key.
Such Is the wisdom of the Christmas
tide. Happy that day when wisdom shall
abide
And not on each tomorrow be denied.
Vhat if we hugged tnat wisdom closa
and dear
Not for a day of merriment and cheer.
But for the days of all the Christmas
year?
In this mad world where surging men
are met.
If we should strive to give and not to
set,
What metes vpon bar boundariss
should be set?
Pensacola by the government for
treatment.
The celebration is under the super
vision . of Mr. McMullen of the Red
Cross, with the following committee
of ladies in charge: Mrs. W. K. Hyer.
chairman entertainment committtee;
Mrs. Dan Sheppard, Mrs. C. F. Zeek,
Mrs. Henry Hilton-Green, Mrs. M. E.
Quina, Mrs. F. S. Melfbn, Mrs. John B. Jones,
Mrs. William R. Gonzalez, Mrs.
J. C. Dunham.
DR. AND MRS. QUINA ENTERTAINt
Dr. and Mrs. M. E. Quina were hosts
and hostesses entertaining with a
beautifully appointed dinner party at
the San Carlos, last evening. The
table was centered with large, hand-
some red polnsettias and red cornuco
pias filled with dainty confections
marked each place. Covers were laid
for Mrs. E. O. McDonnell, Miss Eliza- -beth
Fisher. Mr. and Mrs. Henry
Hilton-Green, Lieutenant ana Mrs,
Wead, Miss Eleanor Mitcheu, Aliss
Elizabeth Dunham, Mr- and Mrs. Ellis
Knowles, Mr. and Mrs. WUmer Hay-;
ward, Paymaster and Mrs. Mcintosh,'
Lieutenant and Mrs. Dowl, Captaii
and Mrs. W. G. Martin, Mr. and Mr.
R. S. Quina, Campbell Keyser, J. M.
Muldon, Jr.
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