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THIS FENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 4, 1920
i! People and Events :
Phone 38 between 10 a. m. and 6 p.m. j
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CALENDAR OP 1
FUTURE EVENTS I
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SUNDAY
Easter music In all the churches.
MONDAY
Caston meeting; Mrs. James Perry,
hostess; Mrs. Wheat, leader, 3:30
p. m.
Dane at the Country Club, 9 until
1 o'clock.
Nomads meeting, Mrs. John Avery,
N. Spring-st hostess; Mrs. War
ron Anderson, leader.
Miscellaneous shower, Mrs; L. Tj.
Borras and Mrs. John O'Rotike, at
home of Mrs. Borras, 820 N. Sixth
' ave, 7:30 p. m.. Miss Geraldine
Borras.
Easter egg hunt, St. Michael's
church, 4 p. m.
Easier egg hunt. First Christian
cliurch, 3:30 p. m.
Easter egg hunt, benefit Lutheran
church, at the home of Mrs. James
Aiken, Jackson and Alcaniz-sts.,
3 30 p. m.
Dance, Miss Rose Knepple, 1026 E.
Cervantes -it.
Woman's Auxiliary of Christ church,
Mrs. A. C. Blount, hostess, 15 W.
LaRua-st., 4 o'clock.
TUESDAY
School No. 8. Easter egg hunt, Mal
aga Square, 3:30 p. m.
Library Association meeting, Library,
4 o'clock. .
Miscellaneous shower, Miss Glna
BJorsen, honoree; Mrs. W. IL
Whiter hostess.
Called'meeting, Daughters Confed
eracy, Bivouac, 3:30 o'clock.
Board of Managers, Woman's Home,
Home, 3 o'clock.
WEDNESDAY
O. I. A. to B. of Lb E. meeting at
8 p. m.. W. O. W. hall.
Burmeister-Bjorsen wedding, Luth
eran church, 11:30 a. m.
Music Study Club, 11 o'clock, Mrs.
C. B. Hervey, San Carlos.
FRIDAY
Dance, benefit Nean East, Armory
Hall, Woodman Circle, Afternoon
tea, San Carlos.
"Circle No's. 1 and 4, First Presby
terian church, 4 o'clock.
Circle No. 2, Mrs. Ferris, hostess;
B18 N. Baylen-st, 4 p. m.
Circle No. 3, Mrs. Brawner, 20 E.
Cervantes-st., hostess, 4 p. m.
DANCE FOR THE BENEFIT OF
NEAR EAST RELIEF.
The ladies of tho Woodmen Circle
iWill entertain at a dance Friday eve
ning, beginning at 8 o'clock, for the
benefit of tho Near East Relief Fund.
Good music will be provided. Holders
of War Camp Community and K. of C.
invitations are invited to attend. -
...'.-.
. DANCE AT
COUNTRY CLUB.
There will be a dance at the Country
.Club, tomorrow evening beginning at
9 o'clock. The Glacier Park orchestra
will furnish music for the occasion.
The club house will be decorated in
cut flowers and ferns.
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The Engagement
Ring
Most prized of all a girl's
possessions, tba engagement
ring must be worthy of the
sentiment it represents.
The diamond may- be large
or small it must be of fine
color nad great brilliance.
The symbol of true happi
ness dt must be a stone of
unquestionable quality.
You know thatAt Elebash's
the diamond you purchase is
exactly as represented. You
have the services of expert
Judges you find a wide se
lection in diamonds of fin
est quality and tH- frice is
a value that makes the pur
. chase most advantageous to
you.
Dlmaond Finos,
920.00 to $1,000.00
Elebasli Jewelry
Company
Jewelers and Silversmiths
,112 S. PALAFOX ST. .
Pure Crea min Cans
Walter John's
"Super-Cream"
Pure, sweet, unusually rich
Cream in cans, with the same de
licious, fresh taste as on the
farm..
Two handy sizes
SOc and 50c
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Member Retail Merchants Assn.
WILLIAMS-YON.
The following copied from the Dally
Democrat of 'rallahassee, will be of in
terest to the friends of Miss Carolyn
Yon, who has often visited In Pensa
cola, as the guest of her sister, Mrs.
Max de Lama.
A pretty home wedding of Monday
was that of Miss Carolyn Ton and Mr.
Leonard Maurice Williams, which took
place at high noon at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Laura D. Yon,
the Rev. S. W. Lawler of Trinity Meth
odist church, performing the ceremony.
The wedding was a very quiet one,
only relatives and a few friends being
present.
The lower rooms of the home were
artistically decorated" wSth southern
smilax, narcissus and bridal wreath, a
color scheme of green and white was
carried out. Mrs. Tom F. Jones at
the piano, Quietude was sweetly played
with violin accompaniment by Miss
Onie Rita Moore, after which Mrs.
Paul Carswell sang "At Dawning. The
bridal party entered to the strains
of Mendelsohn's Wedding March. First
came Miss Mabel Yon, sister of the
bride and Pleas W. Lawson of Atlanta.
Miss Yon was becomingly attired In
a beaded georgette taupe, carrying a
basket of pink honeysuckle. Next en
tered the bride and groom, who stood
before an altar improvised of feathery
fern arched with southern smilax. The
intertwined arch was centered with a
fluffy bow of white tulle and under
the arch lay two white satin pillows.
Here the happy young couple took the
marriage vows, the ring ceremony be
ing used.;
The bride was lovely In a traveling
suit of navy blue tricotlne suit with
accessories to match. Her flowers were
brides roses nd valley lilies.
Following the ceremony, an informal
reception was held. In they dining room
the table was laid with a lace cloth
and centered with the bride cake. A
delicious ice course was served. Of
many beautiful gifts of china, cut glass
and silver none will be more highly
prized than a handsome silver fork,
given by the fifth grade pupils of the
Leon school.
Mr. Williams, originally of Amerl
cus, Georgia, where he is prominently
identified with the business interests
of that city.
Mr. nad Mrs. Williams left on the
afternoon train for Pensacola, where
they will spend a few days with rela
tives enroute to their home in Ella
villa. I
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will find revealed
in the green box of
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Th are secrets which every
woman would solve secrets of
personal charm.
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plexion NAD IN E'S gift to
womanhood.
The secret of lasting charm
charm which endures through
out the day.
The secret of Ekln-comfort
with never a bint -of harm.
To you, as to a million others,
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intimate secrets.
Yoa can procure NADINE from
your favorite touet counwr
,or by mail ooc
NATIONAL TOILET CO.,
Pari, Ten.. U. S. A.
PINK
BRUNBTTK
WfttJXTS
5Se POUND
PENSACOLA DAIRY CO.
Pastuertzed Dairy Products
FRESH COUNTRY BUTTER
Phone 1321 No. 12 W. Garden SL
LOAN'S ON HOMES
Also Liberty Bonds. State, County
and City Bonds.
Pensacola Home & Savings
Association
10 So. Palafox St. Phone 202
EVERLASTING
FABRICS CO.
Pei.sacola'3 Representative Store
FISHER-BROWN
We Will Bond You
918 Phones 919
JERNIGAN-PO RTER.
A beautiful home wedding was sol
emnized Thursday afternoon in Geor
giana, Ala., when Mis3 Lucy Porter,
daughter of Mrs. J. T. Porter, became
the bride of Henry Edward Jernigan,
at the home of the bride. '
The home was beautifully decorated
in ferns, white roses and spiarear.
White tapers burning In silver can
dle sticks made a soft glow over the j
bridal party
At the appointed hour of 3 o'clock
to the strains of Mendelsohn's Wed
ding .March with Miss Zola Wesley at
the piano, accompanied by Miss Hallie
Rhodes on the violin, the bridal party
took their places at the Improvised
altar where the ceremony was pep-
formed by Rev. J. R. McGlaun, uncle
of the bride, assisted by her brother,
the Rev. H. C. Porter.
The ribbon bearers Masters Robert
Lewis Jernigan and James Brunson,
dressed in white satin suits stretched
streamers of tulle to form an aisle for
the bridal party. Little Newton MilH-
gan served as ring bearer, in a dainty
lingere dress. Miss Jessie Porter, In a
blue georgette dress and black picture
hat, wearing a corsage bouquet of
Henderson roses preceded the bride to
the altar. The bride entered with her
brother, R. W. Porter and they were
met by the groom and his best man.
Milton Jernigan. The bride was very
attractive in a spring model of blue
tricotine. Her flowers were Hender
son roses and sweet peas.
After the ceremony an informal re
ception was given. The dining room
with the bride's table was unusually
beautfiul with its bridal decorations
of spiarear and bows of tulle added a
filmy touch to the complete effect.
t Upon a tall stand on a highly polished
table was an Immense embossed wed
ding cake presided over by Mrs. W. G.
Porter. Punch was served during the
afternoon by Mrs. R. W. Porter and
Miss Luna Mae Pulaski. Immediately
afterward the young couple left for a
short trip to points of interest in the
East.
Among the out of town guests pres
ent at the wedding were: Rev. J. R.
McGluam, Havana; Mrs. W. G. Porter,
Miss Nelda Porter, Pensacola; Milton
Jernigan, Andalusia; Miss Zela Wes
ley. Kinstoft, Ala.; Mr. and Mrs. Lanier
Foster, Luverne, Ala.; Rev. II. C. Por
ter, Emory university, Atlanta; Rev.
Henry Tate, Evergreen. Ala.; Mrs. N.
W. Milligan and Newton Milligan,
Jacksonville.
The Housekeeper's Burden House,
window and carpet cleaning. The
Pensacola nouse and Window Cleaning
Co. can carry the whole load for you.
Phone 1013 for information. Address
605 Blount BIda. im-433
EASTER EGG HUNT FOR THE
LUTHERAN CHURCH.
There will be an Easter egg hunt for
the benefit of the Lutheran church,
Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock on
the lawn of the home of Mrs. James
Aiken, Jackson and Alcaniz-sts.
MRS. W. P. HURT IS
RECOVERING.
-Mrs. W. P. Hurt, who has been so
critically ill the past week has passed
the crisis and now on the way to re
covery. Mr. Hurt said: "The assiduous
attentions and kindnesses of our many
friends have deeply touched our hearts.
We are profoundly grateful to them,
and to the physicians and nurses who
ave been so faithful and untiring In
their ministrations. May God bless
them every one. j
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BROWNING-SHAKESPEARE ,
CLUB TO MEET THURSDAY.
The Browning-Shakespeare Club will
meet Thursday afternoon At 3:30
o'clock with Mrs. John Pace, 52 W.
Gonzalez-st. as hostess. Mrs. J. E. D.
Yonge will be leader. The study will
be the second, and third acts of Timon
of Athens."
CHURCH TO MEET TOMORROW.
There will be a meeting of ths
Woman's Auxiliary of Christ Episcopal
church, Monday afternoon at 4 o'clock,
at the home of Mrs. A. C. Blount. 15 W,
LaRua-st. This will be a very impor
tant meeting and all members are re
quested to be present. '
IT'S A PLEASURE TO HAVE YOUR HOME
BEAUTIFULLY FURNISHED IN
GOOD FURNITURE
Good Furniture is not a luxury for the home, but a neces
sity. Your happiness in home life is more complete, and
when friends drop in to call, or guests come to spend a few
days, you are not making apologies for shabby furniture.
Good Furniture does not mean the most expensive that
can be had and to convince yourself of this fact just come
in and look through our stock, which is "composed of medium
to high grade furniture, at prices which will prove attrac
tive. T. E. WILLIAMS & CO.
FURNITURE
Phone 1995
90 E. Wright St.
4th
ersary ii
asMon Stop
4
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Exclusive Fashion s
in Women's and Misses'
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Waists and Blouses
Georgette, Crepe de Chine, Voiles,
Organdy and other materials 4th
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Silk Underwear
Teddies, Vests, Gowns, Camisoles,
at
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and by the many activities allied with the
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ALL the talent and resources of
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i
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