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THE PSNSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, JA7TTJARY 25, 1920
SOUTHERN SKIES SHED WARMTH ON CREATIONS SUCH AS THESE HOIV SOME GIRLS DRESS SO ILL WW.MIMJH 3 11 ASSOCIATED ADVERTISING LAUNDRIES, CLEANERS, DYERS Send if "Diamond Dyes.' Make Fadecf, Old, Shabby Apparel Colorful and New. to the if'"' ?U4 and fruits combine wit T I J 's tit- i G lossoms 'i saraw and silk to make these hats- Tal-ti Beach, Fla., Jan. 24. The thought that northern cities may be 3eep with snow, and shores of infand like and river banked with, ice and drifts, intensifies the pleasure of warm, sandy stretches of shore, and flower-borderc-d walks. Here summer has blossomed on beach and in tea-room, in hat crea tions such as these- One hat, large of br m an I crown, is of pink accordion-plaited taffeta, with the drooping brim edge with pink fringe. Not so much for protection from the sunlight, about the brim, and baby-blue velvet SAN CARLOS AFTERNOON TEA PARTIES as to form attractive background for the hat's wearer, a pink accord i on -plaited parasol is carried, with a deep pink fringe to match the hat. Transparent corn-colored straw net is the basis of another hat. Its trim ming is a simple wreath of lilacs Don't worry about perfect results Use ''Diamond Dyes," guaranteed to give a new, rich, fadless color to any fabric, whether it be wool, silk, linen, cotton or mixed goods, dresses, blouses, stockings, skirts, children's coats, feathers, draperies, covering. The Direction Book with each pack age tells so plainly how to diamond dye over any color that you can not make a mistake. To match any material, have drug gist show you "Diamond Dye" Color Card. Adv. She is one of Pensacola's most pop ular girls and nearly every day of the past few weeks some charming ante nuptial courtesy has been given in her honor. Mr. Hoffman is one of the city's rising young lawyers with promise of a brilliant future. Both young people have hosts of friends in Pensacola as well as elsewhere to whom their marriage is of cordial interest and who extend heartiest con gratulations. O-O Mr. and Mrs. Edward E. Inman (Miss Eva Holsen) have gone to Danville, Va. where they will make their home after a several days stay in the city, guests at the San Carlos. miWPgundru , TUB A.V.M.CO. STAR LAUNDRY & DRY CLEANING COINIPANY EMPIRE LAUNDRY PERFECTION LAUNDRY THEY ARE ALL GOOD Launderers Cleaners Dyers Dreamy music, song birds, flowers find Florida palms made the mezza r.ine floor of the San Carlos a lovely scene for the tea parties given on Fri day afternoon. A number of the ta bles were placed in the Shantung room where a truly Chinese atmos phere prevailed.. A pretty party was the one with which Miss Elizabeth Dunham enter tained complimentary to Miss Faith Vow of Atlanta, the charming debu tante guest of Miss Robbie Hyer. A frame of bridge was played before tea .was served. Three tables were in play, were won by Misses Eleanor Mitchell, GULLS! A MASS OF WAVY, GLEAMY BEAUTIFUL HAIR Let "paiiderine" save and glorify your hair ft 1 A- . ... 1 .-4. aTM i-4 S i"' ft :i Ml! " s - K ' X In a few moments you can trans form yaur plain, dull, flat hair. You can have It abundant, soft, glossy and full of life. Jutf get at any drug store or toilet counter a small bottle of ''Danderine" for a few cents. Then molster, a sofe cloth with the Dan derine and draw this through your hair, 4uklng one small strand at a time. Instantly, yes, immediately, you have doubled the beauty of your hair. It will be a mass, so soft, lustrous, fluffy t nd so easy to -do up. All dust, dirt ard excessive oil is removed. Let Janderine put. more life, color, vigor and brightness in your hair. This stimulating tonic will freshen your scalp, check dandruff and falling hair, ai d help your hair to grow long, thicX strong and beautiful. LVdv. The prizes, lovely little vanity boxes Christine Sheppard and Valerie Reese. The guest prize was also a vanity box Those playing were the season's debu tantes. Misses Mary Faith Yow of At lanta, Robbie Hyer, Beatrice Howe, Judith Maxwell, Elizabeth Brownson, Eleanor Mitchell, Gertrude AVheless of Savannah,' Christine Sheppard. Mar jory Christy, Valerie Reese, Elizabeth Aiken and hostess. Mrs. Patrick McHugh had as guests at her table. Miss Elizabeth Cook, Mrs. Dan Shepard and Mrs. S. A. Moreno. Before tea the party enjoy ed attending a matinee. Mrs: Max Klein and Mrs. Alex Fried man, Sr., were joint hostesses in honor of Mrs. Lehman of Cincinnati, guest of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Lichten, their guests included Mrs- Lichten and Mrs. Louis Friedman. Before tea was serv ed a game of bridge was enjoyed. . Mrs. J. E. Turtle entertained four at her table and at another table Mrs. H. A. Root, Mrs. Albert Eugean King and Miss Lydia Jayne Wiley were together. Miss Emily Jones had as guests at her table, Mrs. R. II. Turner, airs. Hunter Brown, Mrs. F. M. Blount, Mrs. Webster M. Wright, Miss Mollie Brent. A game of bridge was played before the serving of tea. At one ta ble Mrs. Walter Frederick LaFranz and Mrs. W. J. Lhamon of Spring field, Mo., were together. Miss Eliza beth Fisher entertained four at her table. Mrs. Max Bear complimenting Mrs. Alfred Moog of St. Louis had as her guests, Mrs. Dan Oppenheimer and Mrs. Lizzie Rosenau. Before tea was served a game of cards were enjoyed. Mrs. Charles B. Hervey in honor of her niece, Mrs. Frank Juhan, who is visiting her from Greenville, S. C, entertained as her guests, Mrs. Eu gene P. Elebash, and mother, Mrs. Agee of Selma, Mrs. Belknap, wife of Comdr. Belknap, Mrs. Harding Burke, Mrs. George C .Willings, Mrs. Daniel F. Maguire and Mrs. Frank Crenshaw. oo HOFFMAN -MOON EY WEDDING TOMORROW. One of the most interesting weddings of this season will be that of Miss Annie Margaret Mooney daughter of Mrs. Julia Mooney whose marriage to Mr. Carl T. Hoffman will be sol omnized at Sacred Heart church to morrow morning at 9:30 o'clock nuptial mass. Rev. Father McDermott will officiate and the only attendants will be Mrs. Marco J. .White, matron -of -honor and Mr. Earl Hoffman, brother of the groom will be best man. Miss Mooney will be given in marriage by her uncle, Mr.. James McIIugh. White carnations, smilax and potted plants will convert the church Into a lovely scene for the ceremony and aisles for the family will" be marked off with the wide white satin ribbons. The wed ding music will be under the direction of Prof. A. C. Reilly. The wedding gown is cut in round Isii't It Tirag You Attended to Yoar Eyes? For many year3 thfey have served you we 1 do they not deserve a little care? Th m there is the question of preserving the" sight for future use. Isn't this a sufficiently grave matter to induce you to take care? See our Optometrist. WILL Co DIFFEWBDERFER JEWELER AND OPTICIAN TTiti House of Reliable Goods. 14 South Palafox Street. streamers starting beneath the brim edge at the back. With the maid who has no fears of sunshine, a "Dixie" turban is a favor ite. The turban is of white corn straw, with trimmings of green, white and red currants spilling carelessly over the crown. length fashioned of heavy white satin gracefully draped with real lace. Miss .Mooney will wear a large white pic ture hat of georgette and her flowers will be brides roses showered with lillies-of-the-valley. Mrs. White well wear a gown of deli cate pink taffeta combined with tulle and relieved with touches of French blue. She will wear a picture hat of pink georgette with touches of French blue and her flowers will be pink car nations. The ceremony will be of marked simplicity and following an informal reception will be held at the home of the bride's mother on Jackson street, attended by members of the bridal party, relatives and a few in timate friends. At the home pink and white carnations and roses with green ery will form the decorative scheme. An Ice course and punch will be served. Mrs. Mooney will be assisted in re ceiving her guests by Mrs. James McIIugh. The bride and groom will leave at noon for a two weeks honeymoon and on their return will be at home to friends at 103 X. DeVillier-st., where a cozily furnished bungalow is await ing them. Miss Mooney will travel in a smart suit of brown twill with new spring straw turban, gloves and boots to match. The bride is a lovely girl of mag netic personality and appealing charm. si'1 MS if'i nil ' 1 1 iX 5 t " y i i', V 1 I1! 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