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THE PENSACOLA JOURNAL, SUNDAY MOBBING, MARCH -A m Trapse Tp IE? SUNDAY MENU. Cereal Waffla Coffee Brakfat Grapefruit Country EatiMge ' Maple, Syrup Dinner. Cream of Lettuce Soup Balced Stuffed Shoulder of Lamb (Mint Jelly) Creamed Potatoes Pea "Waldorf Salad -Minute Pudding Coffee 8uppi. Macaroni with Tomatoes . . . . i . Brown Eread ' Apple Sauce Cooklea - Tea Minute Pudding. Beat two eggs very light and add a lnt of milk to make It smooth. Put .remainder of milk Into a. buttered saucepan; add Ilkhtly the egg: and Hour mixture. Let It cook well and serve Immediately with, the following simple sauce. Rich milk, or cream sweetened to taste and flavored with tuimer. i MONDAY MENU. Breakfast. 'Apple Sauce Oatmeal Poached Eggs Toast ' Coffee or Cocoa Luncheon. . Tomato Soup Toasted Crackers Baked Beans -with Pork , Biscuits Preserves Tea Dinner. Sliced Lamb (heated from Sunday) J In Gravy : 1 . Potato Patties Poas with Butter Dumplings Celery Apple Tapioca Coffee Apple Tapioca. t To two cups of apple sauce add two cups of water, a Slice of lemon and, if liked, a stick of cinamon or a blace of mace. "When bolllns hot throw in two tablespoons, of instantaneous tapioca and boll until transparent, stirring meanwhile to , ke.ep from burning. Sweeten to-taste, ' TO ENTERTAINgT. A. TO B. OF L. E. MONDAY EVENING. Mrs. George Axelson and Mrs. S. J. Feagln will be Joint hostesses enter taining the Q. I. A. to the B. of L. E. at the home xt Mrs. Axelson, 918 East Cervantes street. Monday evening from 7:30 to 10:30 o'clock.' DANCE AT ODDFELLOWS HALL, AT WARRINGTON TUESDAY. The women of the Altar society, of Ft. John's Catholic church, "Warring ton, will entertain with a bit dance at the Odd Fellows hall, at Warrington. Tuesday evening. March 29. Plans at present being perfected Insure a de lightful evening for those attending. Muslo is to be furnished by Gross Johann's orchestra. Chairmen of the committees in charge of arrangements are: Mrs. F. W. Scholia and Mrs. D. Gkver. ' - BRANNING-STILL. Announcement has' been made by Mr. and Mrs. William Bennett Still, of Atlanta, of the marriage of their daughter. Grape, to Ernest Ozlas Bran nUig, of Atlanta, Sunday, February 27. ANDERSON-BURRES ENGAGEMENT ANNOUNCED. Mr. and Mrs.t Richard E. Burres have announced the engagement and approaching marriage of their daugh ter, Elsie Gertrude, to Raymond Hill Anderson. The wedding will be cele brated at home some time after Eas ter. Both young people are prominent members of Pensacola's younger set. BE STUDIED BY FIRST " PRESBYTERIAN ENDEAVORERS. Alaska will be studied by the Chris tian Ende'avorers of the First Presby terian church at the regular meeting this evening at 6:30 o'clock. A, special feature win be radio pic tures showing Alskan scenes to be thrown on the screen. Cecil Rogers will ' be leader for the evening. All young people are cordially invited to attend! GIRLS OF ATHLETIC ASSO CIATION TO PRACTICE EVERY AFTERNOON. Members of the ." Pensacola ' Girls' Athletic association are requested to meet at the Armory every afternoon during the weekat 6 o'clock for bas ketball practice. NEW CITY THIMBLE CLUB MEETING POSTPONED. i The meeting of the New City Thim-, pie club to have been held Thursday, I this week; with Mrs. R. P. Greenaway as hostess, has been postponed until some time .after Easter. Definite an nouncement Is to be made" later. PROGRESS MEETING, WOMAN'S BISSIONARY SOCIETY, FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH. The Wtoman's Missionary society of the First Baptist church will hold its monthly progress m meeting In the church parlors Monday afternoon at 3:30 o'clock. Circle No. 1 has charge of the program. A special feature for the afternoon will be a pageant given by the Sun beam band. Those taking part are: Columbia, Martha Bene Pate. Challenger, Ruby Mayo. Eskimo, Cameron Johnson. Chinese, Dorothy and Lee Atkinson. Italians, Mary Edna Strickland and Jane Wright. Russian, Ida Jones McMillan. Japanese, Dorothy Andrews, Lillian Gentry and Thelma Daniels. Grecians, Crystal Dejjfe and Lulu Clifford Pate. Indians, Elizabeth Smith, James Keene and John Pate, Jr. Mexicans, Dozier Andrews and A. C. Johnson, Jr. , Mormons, Johnny Mays Solomon, Bill Wilson and Emma Louise BelL Negrees, Wallace Mayo and Ernest i Gentry. ! Mountain Children, "William Whotten : and Earle Gentry. ' Parents and friends of these children as well as the ladies of the missionary 1 society are cordially invited to attend.; LADY SWANS TO MEET MONDAY. The regular meeting of the - Lady Swans will be held at the Swans' home ; on "W. Intendencla-st tomorrow eve-! nlng at 7:30 o'clock. j Li Hard Lines T could not work at all and had to take to my bed with a high fever due to Intestinal Indigestion, gases In my stomach and pain in my right side. I had spent my last cent for. doctors and medicine, which gave me no re lief. I was in despair. A lodge brother gave me a bottle of Mayr'a Wonder ful Remedy, and the first dose -e-lieved me. Thanks to this medicine I am now In the best of health. It is a simple, harmless preparation that removes the catarrhal mucus from the intestinal tract and allays the inflam--matlon which causes practically all stomach, liver and intestinal ailments, including appendicitis. One dose will convince or money refunded. .. JOBS IN PARIS SCARCE. ent American girls who are in this predicament. Instead . of Jobs being open, people are being turned away by the hundreds daily- Large factories are closing their doors, and business conditions generally are not in ;: the least optimistic. GARNIERS . March 1). Mrs. TV. N. Hartgrove and son" spent Saturday visiting with Mesdamesr R. C. Irwin and B. F. Kel ley on Five Mile bayou and In the evening were at a fish fry. Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Hall and son-spent-Monday evening and took supper with Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Mooney. Messrs. P. L. and W. T. Hand and ) Otto Williams were business visitors to Crestvlew Tuesday. Mr. 'and Mrs. E. R. McKee and children spent Sunday afternoon at Valparaiso attending Sunday school. Mrs. Nancy McKee was on the sick list , Saturday. Mrs. Robert Sweeney died in Pensacola the first of the week and the body was carried out to the Wright Cemetery for interment. Mes dames "W. T. Hand and W. N. Hart grove were pleasant callers on Mes dames Franklin, and Lloyd Early Tues day afternoon. Supervisor L. L Bish op of Pensacola spent Wednesday at Camp Pinchot. CENTURY American Girls Warned by Paris Y. W. C. A. Not to Expect Positions. So many Americans, particularly women, are arriving in Paris expect ing to 'find work and soon finding themselves without funds that Miss Edna C. Sandlin, executive for the Y. W.C. A, in France, yesterday sent a warning of .conditions. ". American women and girls should be advised not to come to Franee un less- they have money enough to last for at least six months in the probable event of not finding a position," says Miss Sandlin. "Many of those already; here- have been disappointed and find ; themselves In .desperate straights, i Yesterday I talked with three differ- ; , : BRECKENRIDGE TEXAS is without a doubt the greatest oil field in the world. Stephens County has produced-over 1-4 million dol lars worth of oil DAILY for sev eral months. The small investor is reaping a rich harvest In this great county. If you are interest ed in a SUPER HIGH t GRADE SURE SHOT investment in this great county write me today. NO STOCK OR LEASES FOR SALE. V. G- SCHIMMEL ' Suite 1$ , 40819 Burk Burnett BIdg. Fort Worth, Tex. Mrs,-Goo. Glover has returned from avisit to her parents in Mobile accom panied by her sister, Miss Burke. A. W. Danney and son, Hamlin, with Miss Mable Ranney, are spending the week af their summer home, Kenjack etre, up the sound. Mrs. E. A. Hauss was called to De troit, Mich, by the illness of her fath er, Mr. Allen. Mrs. J. S. Gurberville has returned from a visit to her mother, Mrs. Street, at Germon, Ala. Mrs. Ernest Zeperneck is visiting relatives IrrBlakley, Ga, x Mr. and Mrs. A. P. Edwards and Mr. Otho Cochron visited Pollard Sun day, f . F. A. Wheeler and family and Victor Marshall are visiting Mr. Wheeler's parents at Cottage Hill, Fla. Mrs. Geo. Meyers has returned from a visit to her parents at Jones' Mill. Miss Louise Jernlgan, of Milton, has gone o Mobile after a visit of several dayt V her aunt,' 'Mrs. A. 'M. Mitch ell. '.' The Woman's Missionary society held its regular study clas sat the home of Mrs. J. S. Holland, Monday afternoon. Mrs. J. A. McDonald be ing . leader for the afternoon, ;.' The next meeting will be with Mrs. Chas. Abbott, with Mrs. A. P. Edwards as leader. 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Go make that test. One week's results win be a' revelation. Film the great enemy But this is more than a beauty question. Film ruins millions of teeth. Most tooth troubles Sure now traced to it Film is that viscous coat you feel. It clings to teeth, enters crevices and stays. The ordi nary tooth paste cannot end it, so the tooth brush has left much of it intact It is the film-coat that discolors, not the teeth. Film is the basis of tartar. It holds food sub stance which ferments and forms acid. It holds the acid in contact with the teeth to cause decay. ; Millions of germs breed in it. They, with tartar, are the chief cause of pyorrhea. All these troubles have been constantly increasing, because brushing failed to end that film,- Now a new dental era Dental science, after years of research, has found ways to combat film day by day. The methods have been proved efficient by many careful tests. High authorities endorse them. And millions' of people now employ them, largely by dental advice. These methods are combined in a tooth paste called Pepsodent ' Together they combat the film as nothing else has done. And they ate fast bringing, the world oyer, a new era in teeth cleaning. That is the tooth paste you are urged to test See the instant results-swatch the effects for ten days. Then decide for yourself between the old ways and the Tiew. The unique effects One ingredient of Pepsodent is pepsin. An- other multiplies the starch digestant in the saliva to digest starch deposits that cling. The alkalinity of the saliva is multiplied also. That to neutralize the acids which cause tooth decay. Two factors directly attack the filmV One of them keeps teeth so highly polished that film cannot easily adhere. The Pepsodent effects come with every ap-i plication. Day by day they fight the teeth's' great enemies. And teeth are protected as they never were before. 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Palafox St. 436 10-DAY TUBE FREE Present this coupon, with your name and address filled in, to any store named. It is good for a 10-Day Tube of Pepsodent : .... Your Name'. Address ..... . ... . ........ Out-of-town residents should mail this coupon to The Pepsodent Company, 1104 So. Wabash Avenue, Chicago, and the tube will be sent by mail. i Only one tut to family.