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THE PENS'ACOLA JOURNAL SUNDAY MORNING, APRIL 11, 1920
TWO
ABOUT
PEOPLE WE KNOW
Mlf s Jennie McClintock has re
turned to her home in BooW pay.
Maine, after a lengthy visit In Pensa
cola. -Miss McClintock has been the
guest cf her brother, Mr. A. D. Mor
rison and family, .her sister. Miss
Katie Morrison, and two nieces. Mrs.
Etta Gillis and Mrs. Palillo Campbell.
jliiis Violet Adams is visiting her
eister, Mrs. II. M. Brady In Columbus.
Ga-. expecting to be away Indefinitely.
MM. O. II. Smith. Jr., and two lit
tle eon; Millard and Moreno are vis
iting Mrs. Smith's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Boone in Panama City.
Mrs. A. O. DeWeese, 1227 N.
Twelfth-ave., is leaving this week for
Franklin. Tenn., to visit her sister,
Mrs. E. E. Hill. '
Mrs. J. G. Foxworth and little
daughter, who have been visiting Mr.
and Mrs. J. "W. Marschall. have re
turned to their home in Cottondale.
Mr. and Mrs. J. "W. Marschall,
Sixteenth -ave.. and Lee-st.. have as
their jruest, their father, Mr. Iewis
Marschall of Mobile, who will be with
them for some time.
Mrs. Thorson V. Hoyt and little
eon, T. V., Jr., have returned to their
home after spending the winter with
Mrs. John Wood. Margaret Louise
Hoyt will remain with Mrs. Wood un
til the completion of the school term.
Lisut. and Mrs. William Beard left
on Thursday after a visit to Mr. and
Mrs. John Beard. Lieuenant Beard go
ing to Key West, and Mrs. Beard to
Virginia, where she will visit her par
ents, later joining Lieutenant Beard
in New Tork.
Mrs. Joseph Seligman and little
son leave tonight for New Tork, after
a visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Knowles at 'IIarborvlew."
Mrs. Albert Haft and two charm
ing little daughters have returned to
Mobile after a pleasant visit with
her narents. Mr. and Mrs. Tom
Erickson.
Mrs. 1. W. Morse, who has been
soending several weeks with . her
brothor. Mr. William R. Johnson and
family, returns to her home in Jersey
City tomorrow.
Miss Lois Oppenheimer leaves this
week for Chicago and LaFayette. en
route home she will stop in Mont
gomery. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Watson and
Miss Elizabeth Watson have returned
home after an automobile trip to Au
burn, Alabama, where they spent the
Easter vacation -with Marian Watson,
who is attending college there.
C. E. Smith has returned home
after a business trip to Gainesville.
Mr. and Mrs. Lep Meyer, have as
their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Louis
3odenheimer of Atlanta.
Capt. ,T. S. Caro is quite ill at
his home on W. Chase-st. to the regret
of his many friends.
. &
MEETING OF THE DAUGHTERS
OF CONFEDERACY.
The called meeting of the Pensa
cola Chapter 17. r. C. was held
Wednesday afternoon and the follow
ing business transacted. The annual
convention of the Florida Division,
United Daughters of Confederacy will
be held at Gainesville, May 4-6 in
clusive. The following delegates and
alternates have been elected to repre
sent the Pensacola chapter: Delegates,
Mrs. Frank Tracy, president; Mrs. R.
F. Mitchell. Mrs. R. P. Reese, Mrs. D.
H. Sheppard, Mrs. S. A. Moreno, Mrs.
C. Thiesen, Miss Celia.M. Robinson.
Mrs. Nettie S. Whitfield, and the al
ternates, Mrs. J. d. Walker, Mrs. J.
R. Davis, Mrs. S. U. Sampey. Mrs. A.
E. McDavid, Mrs. L. HUton-Greer..
Mrs. A. O. DeWeese. Mrs. Emma
Hulse Taylor and Mrs. J. P. Ma
Donald.
Arrangements were perfected for the
expected visit of the state president.
Mrs. Amos II. Norris, who will be
the guest of Mrs. R. F. Mitchell dur
ing her stay. Mrs. D. II. Sheppard
will be the hostess chairman one aft
ernoon for a bay party and Mrs. R. P.
Reese and Miss Virginia West will
CLUBBS SCHOOL
HOLD FIELD DAY
Robert Welsh, Ed Holsberry, Jack Mc
Gulre,' Ernest Jones. Seventh grade;
Moreno Stokes, Willie Vancil, Buster
Garfield, Julian Hendrix. Sixth grade;
Charles Veager, Allen Morgan, Royce
Brooks and Roy Rutherford.
One hundred yard race: Eighth
grade: Robert Welsh, Salvador Tar
anto, Ernest Jones, Frank Sasnet.
Seventh grade; David Berson, Leslie
Bogan, Arthur Parrish, Julian Hen
drix. Sixth grade; Allen Morgan,
Ryco Brooks, Charles Yeager and
Roy Rutherford.
Girls' relay race.
Shuttle relay race: Eighth grade;
Raymond Marsh, Buxton Mitchell,
THREE GRADES COMPETE FOR
HONORS ON CAMPUS NEXT
FRIDAY.
The Sixth. Seventh and Eighth
grades of the Clubbs school will hold
a field meet next Friday In which
about fifty boys, of the 'best athletic
divisions, will take part. The field Salvador Taranto. Ed. Holsberry, John
day will stage various track stunts Sanders. Clyde Steward, Ernest Jones,
and races and will be a competition Jack McGuire, John Home, Elbin Hil
for Individual and grade honors. The bern, Robert Welsh, Frank Sasnet.
meet will be held sm the cammis of Ravsnth rd- ohorica Pvie. Leslie
the school, beginning at 1:30 o'clock. I Bogan", Willie Vancil, Arthur Parrish,!
The three teams represent the Sixth, j John Moseley, Moreno Stokes, David i
Seventh and Eighth grades and each . Berson, J. Hall, Hampton Green, Julian J
grade will have 14 entrants. The ' Hendrix. Buster Garfield. Sixth grade; I
teams will be captained by Storm i storm Brown. Rovce Brooks. Russell
ZELICCA GROTTO TO
HOLD CEREMONIAL
Plans are being made for a big cere
monial by the officers of the Mystic
Order of Veiled Prophets of the En
chanted Realm. This is the first cere
monial to be held this year and al
ready a large class of Neophytes are
in waiting to cross the hot sands of
the Grotto's mystic desert and to look
for the first time upon the veiled imps
of the order.
Monarch J. C. Clark announces that
a business meeting for balloting on
petitions and the transaction of other
business will be held at the Temple
on the 21st insU and the big cere
monial will be held on Wednesday the
28th inst.
Prophet J. A. Lyle is chairman of
the Banquet Committee for the big
occasion and promises a rare treat in
the way of "eats."
GREEKS CELEBRATE
EASTER FESTIVITIES
Beginning their celebration of Easter
the Greeks in the city, held patriotic
exercises at the Orthodox Greek
church. West Wright-st last night
and a big meeting of this race will be
held today at the W. O. W. hall. At
the meeting today a feast will be held.
This celebration is one of the mest
notable of the holidays of the Greeks
and is observed by all Orthodox mem
bers of the race. Only a few friends
were invited to attend the banquet
held today.
Brown, Charles ' Pyle and Raymond
Marsh.
The smaller boys In the sixth grade
will put on a potato race and a team
from the girls of the Seventh will
challenge a similar team from the
Eighth grade for a relay race. These
two events will not be counted in the
summing up of the points for win
ners of the meet.
The following events and partici-
McCaughn, Charles Swift, Allen Mor
gan, Malcolm Smith, Ernest Davis,
Tom Hudson, Roy Rutherford, Charles
Yeager, Harold Hudson and Avery
Bell.
Obstacle race: Eighth grade; Ed
win Holsberry, Robert Welsh, Clyde
Steward, Jack McGuire. Seventh
John Moseley. Buster Garfield. Sixth
j grade; David Berson, Ruf us Bowman,
graae; Biorm crown, iiirnesi ia.viB,
serve refreshments, Mrs. R. F. Mitch
ell - f i 'i i t rvi n anH XT rc C Thlpefln I
were appointed as the refreshment Frf"k Scarrltt C yde Steward
rr. o o.Fn. th. grade; Charles Pyle, Lesli
to be given in honor of Mrs. Norris
and the new members of the Pensa
cola chapter.
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LIEUTENANT POOLEY
TRANSFERRED TO ARIZONA.
The many friends of Lt. Edward
Pooley will be interested to learn that
he has been transferred from San An
tonio to Yuma, Ariz. There were sev
eral planes that made the trip from
San Antonio to Yuma, Lieutenant
Pooley being one of the pilots. They
stopped enroute at El Paso, Douglas
and Tuscon, Ariz.
Pensacola is justly proud of Lieuten
ant Pooley, who has made a success,
as an army aviator, Lteutenant Pooley
has put in for a discharge and ex
pects to be home in June.
pant3 will be held: J Royce Brooks and Tom Hudson.
Running high jump: Eighth grade; j , ,
Buxton Mitchell. Edwin Holsberry, i '
sev- i m A 7 A T Cl'ni? f !t:
SILK THREAD FOR BASTING
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If sewing silk is used in basting
velvet, no, trace of the stitches will be
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Sixth grade; Storm Brown. Tom Hud
son, Roy Rutherford and Russell Mc-Caughn.
Standing broad jump: Eighth grade;
John Sanders, Frank Sasnet, William
Loftin, Buxton Mitchell. Seventh
grade; Arthur Parrish, Moreno Stokes,
John Moseley. Willie Vancil. Sixth
grade; Charles Yeager, Roy Ruther
ford, Tom Hudson and Storm Brown.
Running broad jump: Eighth grade;
John Sanders, Edwin Hilbern, Frank
Sasnet, William Loftin. Seventh
grade; Leslie Bogan, Arthur Parrish.
Moreno Stokes, Charles Pyle. Sixth
grade; Storm Brown, Allen Morgan,
Royce Brooks and Tom Hudson.
Potato race: Nine boys of the Sixth
grade.
Fifty yard race: Eighth grade;
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; During this period of conval
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If the cough is annoying swallow
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Children's digestions are deli
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spirits, 1,282; rosing, 15,890. Quota
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JACKSONVILLE.
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uii;t.pis, spirits, 58; rosin, 186, no
shipments. Stocks, spirits, 1,395;
rosin 46,722. Quotations WW, 19.50;
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If you want the biggest tire value in town, buy the
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30x312 Non-Skid $16.50
32x31 Non-skid $19.25
34x4 Non-skid $28.25
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EVERLASTING
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Pensacola's Representative Store
LOANS ON HOMES
Also Liberty Bonds, State, County
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Pensacola Home & Savings
Association
10 So. Palafox St. Phone 292
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Office Phone 349 - House Phono 133
313-3U Blount Building.
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