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FRIDAY, JANUARY 21, IMI.
•V- Mrs. HarVey Clark, Ed. . Residence Phone No. 475 Office Phone No. 1 Mrs. Hocker Eentertains With pretty pink and white roses used in profusion throughout the low er floor, the home of Mrs. ivill Hock er was most attractive on Friday, when she entertained at luncheon. There were places laid for the follow ing special friends, Mrs. Jack Camp Z h guest, Mrs, w-e, Mrs Harry Dozier Mrs. T. P. Drake Mrs. J. C. Montgomery, of Elizabethtown, Ky - Mrs. E. H. Martin and Mrs. Clarence Camp. A most attractive six course lunch eon was beautifully served and during the course of the lunch a social chat was enjoyed. After lunch the guests were invited into the living room, where they lingered for an hour, be ing loathe to leave. Mrs. Hocker is always a lovely hostess and this party added another triumph to her long list of entertain ments. •• * • Attention Club Members The postponed meeting of the Wo man’s Club will be held on Saturday, “ 22, at the club house, a. 3 o'clock. LOUISE HARRIS CLARK, Recording Secretary. .** * * Mrs. L. W. Hendricks and two handsome little sons are expected in Ocala soon for a visit with friends. Mrs. Hendricks was formally Miss Bernice Alfred and her friends will be glad to welcome her even though her visit will be brief. •• * * , Mrs. Wiley Hampton and two chil dren have returned home after a very plea?nt visit as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Allison W T artmann. •• • • Arsons the delightful infon.ial par ties given last Friday were the after noon tea given by Mrs. Hugh Henry, at her home on Oklawaha avenue, and the two tables auction party at which Mrs. Eaton Linder entertained most pleasantly. / •* * * lliss Susanna Dodge, of Jackson ville was a guest of Miss Eloise Hen ry on Saturday, having <come down with the Duvw High School basket ball team. •* * • Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Crook, of Pa latka Sunday and will spend some time a guest at the home of Mr. Crook’s sister, Mrs. Albert E. Gerig. * • * Miss Betty Yowefl, of Orlando ar rived on Saturday to be the guest of Miss Eloise Henry. i•* • * The many friends of Mr. Robert Clarkson are delighted* to have him home again after pn absence of over two years, which he has spent in Connecticut, where he has had a splendid position. Mr. Clarkson ar rived on Thursday and will probably remain at home and become associ ated with his father, in the Clarkson Hardware Company. •• • • Mrs. W. A. Wilds spent Saturday at Archer, the guest of her father. * * • Miss Mildred Davidson, who was the attractive holiday guest of Misses Ethel and Elizabeth Horne, left on Monday to join her parents in Day tona, where they are spending the winter months. •* m * Mrs. J. R. Dewey. Miss Marion Dew ey and Mr. D. C. Darling, of Wiscon sin spent the week-end most pleasant ly in Tampa, a guest of Mrs. Deyey’s sister Mrs. Robert Clark. •• • * The bi-monthly dance, given on Fri day night by the members of the Eight O’Clock Dancing Club was a very enjoyable evening for those who attended. The grand march vrss led by Mr. Joe Borden, dancing with Miss Kellie Baine, of Greensboro, N. C. r _____ I notice; . The Treasury Department now advises that permanent 4/4 per cent Fourth Liberty Loan Coupon Bonds are ready for delivery against surrender of temporary coupon *••'.%* • • • • • We will be glad to make this exchange for holders wifi:out cost. I THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK | JOHN L EDWARDS, Pres. H. D. STOKES, Cashier CHAS. S. CULLEN, V-Pres. ;.. ... - - - ■ ' HE THE EEALM OF SOCIETY Miss Baine was most attractive and dainty, wearing a dancing frock of cerice trimmed with . tulle. Mrs. Wolfe, of New Orleans was an attrac tive visitor, she was lovely in nile green, and Miss Mildred Davidson, another attractive visitor wore a danc ing frock Qf blue lace. Mr. Winthrop Robbinson was also an out of town guest at this delightful ball. •• • • Afternoon at Rook Mrs. J. C. Johnson’s country home was the pleasant scene of one of the very loveliest of thq many parties of the season. From three until six the house was gay with the voices of the happy guests. Mrs. J. C. Montgomery and Mrs. C. M. Barker, of West Vir ginia shared honors at this party. In the living room the four tables were arranged, and this room was lovely decorated with English Ivy, and roses. Late in the afternoon Mrs. Johnson assisted By her young daughter, served a fruit salad that was followed by frozen pudding, cake and coffee. Present to enjoy this party with Mrs. Johnson were Mrs. Montgomery, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. El L. Carney, Mrs. J. E. Chace, Mrs. Char les Powell. Mrs. Watkins, Mrs. E. G. Peek, Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mrs. T. P. Drake, Mrs. J. K, Dickson, Mrs. A. L Quaintance, Mrs. W. T. Gary. Mrs W. P. Preer, Mrs. T. S. Trantham and Miss Musie Bullock. •• * • Mrs. Beck Gives Bridge Luncheon At Lauderdale Mrs. A. J. Beck, of Ft. Lauderdale, who is well known in the city, gave a bridge luncheon Saturday to an nounce the engagement of Miss Lois j Sample to Mr. James McCarley Barks j dale of Laurens, S. a The wedding will take place on February 17. Miss Sample is a charming young woman* of Ft. Lauderdale with win ning personality. Mr. Barksdale was | a member cf the £lst division, com imonlv called the “Wild Cat Division.” Ht attended the first training camp at Oglethorpe and served over seas. He returned with the commissiolf of lieutenant colonel. . * Blue birds were used extensively in decorating. The walls were festooned with smilax 'on which blue birds hung. On the candle shades blue birds were painted. The place cards had blue birds concealed in them ,and when they were opened they were found to hold a message announcing the wed ding. The guest cf honor was presented with a bride’s book. Covers were laid for Mrs. Beck, Miss Sample Mrs. A. N. Satnple,\Mrs. F. V. Tilford, of Miami; Mrs. T. M. Bryan, Mrs. O. E. Young, of West Palm Beach; Mrs. C. T. Link, Mrs. S. R. Cheadle, Mrs. Jerome Spangler, Mrs. D. C. Alexander, Mrs. ! F. H. Benton, Mrs. E. N. Sperry, Mrs. J Harry Howden, of Baltimore, Md.; C. J. Hactor, of Miami; Mrs. C. J. Jorner and Mrs. J. T. Schroeder. —Miami Herald. •• • • O. H. S. Defeats D. H. S. Girls On Saturday afternoon at the High School court a large crowd gathered to witness the ball game between the Ocala girls and the Jacksonville girls. The afternoon was a very .bad one, but the crowd was there to see Ocala win, as they have not been able to | beat the girls of Duval since the Wild cats played. It was a good game from start to finish, the Ocala goal never being in danger. When the game was ended the score stood 24 to 12. On Saturday of this week the girls play a returp game in Jackson^ | vtlie. They will try to make the score | even larger than this one. Saturday night after the game, a dance was ; given in their honor at the Ocala House. ! •• * • Rev. H. H. Black, who has for the year been stationed at Port Richey, where he has charge of the ?iethodist church, has been moved by * * . . . •• the recent conference held at DeLand to Lowtey, where he will be in charge of the Northern Methodist of that city. He will be joined by his wife and baby daughter at an early date. *• • • Lovely Tea Given by .Mrs. Peek for Her Sister, Mrs, Barker One of the many pretty functions given this winter, was the tea of last Saturday, with Mrs. Eugene Peek as hostess and Mrs. Barker of Mound ville. West Virginia the honor guest. ! Mrs. Peek entertained her guests at! the Woman’s Club, and for the ocq casion had it most artistic, using; as a special color scheme yellow and t green. The bignonia, which is now so lovely, being in full bloom, was used very lavishly, and with ferns and pot plants made the club house most attractive. The guests were met at the door and greeted by* Mrs. E. L. Carney, who gave them a hearty** welcome. Mrs. Peek, her sister, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. Montgomery, who is the guests of her daughter, Mrs. Fred Hocker, and Mrs. Quaintance, of Washington, who is the guest of her sister, Mrs. W. T. Gary formed a pleasant group re ceiving. ' After all the guests had arrived, cards were played by some, and oth ers grouped themselves around the fires and enjoyed a “gab feast” w’hile they worked on their sewing or other hand work. * s Punch was served during the after noon by Mrs. Anna Holder from a, pretty punch table that had an ar- k tistic arrangement of nasturtiums, blossoms ranging in shaded from red to orange and yellow. , During the afternoon, Helen, the lit tle daughter of the honor guest, and Virginia, the daughter of the hostess, gave several songs, and musical num bers. Mrs. Bland Ware and Mrs/ Harrison" Black also favored the guests with a number of musical numbers. Others assisting Mrs. Peek at this lovely afternoon tea were Mrs. C R. Tydings, Mrs. Grider Parkier. Miss Annie Davis and Miss Mildred Crosby. Late in the afternoon Mrs. Peek* served her Quests with a salad course followed by an ice course. This party gave much pleasure to a number of Mrs. Peek’s friends. *m m • Mrs. James Hicks Hill, who has been spending the first part of the winter in Ocala, has gone to Lees busg to spend the balance of the wint er with her sister. •• • • Mrs. G. S. Scott has returned home from a pleasant visit in with her son and his family. •* • • Miss Daisy Kiedel, of Baltimore, has arrived in Ocala ajid will spend the valance of the winter as the guest cf her sister, Mrs. Christian Ax, at* her lovely winter home in this city. ** • • Mr. and Mrs.. Sam Frazier, of Lake land are welcoming into their home another baby boy, who was born on Monday city, at the home of Mrs. Frazier’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Burnett. #i • * Miss Nettie Camp htft returned borne from a delightful ten day’s visit in Savannah, where she was the I guest ‘of her aunt, Mrs. George F. Armstrong, at her elegant home. Miss Camp has as her guests the Misses jGoedecke, of New York. * * * At a delightful little informal card j party given last Friday afternoon by | Mrs. C. R. Kreger, at her apartment ion Margaret afreet in Jacksonville. | four of the guests (as wftll as thtel t hostess) were formerly Ocala girls. They were Mrs. D. G. Haley, (Anne Mixon); Mrs. L. W. Etrum, (Ophelia I Gray); Mrs. Arthur Clark, (Annie Mae Standley); and Mrs. Charles I Lloyd, (Sara Harris). Mrs. Kreger j was formerly Lucile Standley, of this city. Her other guests were the mem bers of a card club to which Mrs.‘ Kreker belongs. 0* • * Tuesday at the Woman’s Club Many tourists took advantage of the open Tuesday afternoon at the Wo> man’s Club. Avery pleasant after noon was spent. Piano and vocal music was provided by several of Ocala’s best musicians, and songs by all the guests helped to while the hours away and made the .afternoon one of great pleasure. There was also several tables of rook and auc tion. Late in the afternoon many took adavntage to having some of Mrs. Perdue’s splendid refreshments. Ev ery Tuesday afternoon from now until April the club will be open and every stranger, men and women in the city will get a hearty welcome. Come once and you will wish to be there every Tuesday from 3 until 5 o’clock. •• • • Mr, and Mrs. Camp to Entertain The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Clar ence Camp have received the follow ing invitations and are looking for ward with much pleasure to this evening of dancing: Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp at home, Ocala Country Club, Friday evening, January the twenty-first, nineteen hundred and twenty-one, eight-thirty. Mrs. Wolfe, Miss Goed ecke. Miss Winifred troedecke, Miss Nettie Camp. Dancing. •* • • The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs. Cleve Williams, and young son will learn with regret that on the first of February they expect to move to Dunnellon to make that place their future home. The best wishes of their Ocala friends will follow them, and wish for them.abundant success. •• * * Mrs. Allison Wartmann spent last Thursday night and Friday morning in Jacksonville, returning Friday afternoon. She went as far as Jack sonville with her sister-in-law, Mrs. Wiley Hampton and two little daugh ters, who were returning to their home in Mississippi. •* * * Mrs. William Hocker and Mr. E. ft. Martin motored to Orlando' on Wed nesday to spend the balance of the week with Mr. Hocker, who is in that city taking treatment. •* * * Mrs. R. D. Thompkins and Mrs. J. E. Chace are entertaining at their home on Fort King the former’s sister and daughter, Mrs. Hugh Ross, of Jackson, Tenn., and Mrs. Charles Powell, of Lexington, Ky. Bo r U ladies have many friends to welcome them. Mrs. Ross has visited here on several occasions and Mrs. Powell was formally Miss Minnie Thompson and lived here until her marriage.' •• • • Mr. Lewis A. Shepherd will arrive in Ocala on Sunday from his home in Chicago. He will be a guest at the home of his wife’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ffank Harris, for a brief stay. He is Bnroute to Bartow, where he goes on business for Swift and Com pany. Mrs. Shepherd and son, Harris Powers and Mrs. Bertha Shepherd, of England will arrive in a couple of weeks to spend a month or six weeks home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris. - x •• • • Thursday afternoon Mrs. Harry Dozier was again the charming host ess at another delightful card party. She entertained on this occasion six teen of her friends and a few other guests who joined the card players at tea time. During the afternoon the hostegs, assisted by Mrs. Harvey 'ulark, served a lovely fruit salad, made in the shape of a candle, and cake and coffee. Mrs. Dozier’s guests were Mrs. E. G. Peek and her sister, Mrs. Barker, Mrs. W. A. Wilds. Mrs. jo. E. Cox. Mrs. Charles Chazal, Mrs* Effie Welsh Wheeler, Mrs. E. H. Mar tin, Mrs. N. R- DeHon, Mrs. J. W. Qu mas. Mrs. P. G. Murphy, Mrs. Lever atte Futch. Mrs. Harry Walters, Mrs.’ R. V. Ott, Mrs. R. G. Todd. Mrs. L. J. Knight, Mrs. T. S. Trantham, Mrs. E. G. Lindner. Miss Mary Marshall, Miss i?usie Lou Ellis, Miss Annie Da vis. V• • Mr. Milby Lloyd left on Wednesday for a business trip to Quincy and oth er west Florida cities. •• • * Mrs. H. M. Hampton and Mrs. Jean Connoley left on Wednesday for a visit to New York City. • • * Mrs. E. L. Carney will entertain a number of her friends on Friday after noon at an informal tea. Delightful Parties Honoring Mrs. Wolfe of New Orleans Mrs. Urolpho Wolfe, who is the very fascinating guest of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, at their home on Camp Heights, has been the inspiration for a number of pleasant parties given for her by the friends of her hosts. On Monday night at their pretty home on Oklawaha avenue, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Borland entertained for thi attractive visitor. The house was pretty and fragrant with beauti ful vases of narcissus and cut flo' ers. Auction was played until ten-thirty, when refreshments wer<s served. After this dancing was en joyed until midnight. Present to help Mrs. Wolfe enjoy this happy gathering were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hocker, Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan. Mr. and Mrs. Mil by Lloyd and Dr. and Mrs. Harry Do zier. Again W Wednesday this visitor was the central figure at another auc tion party, when Dr. and Mrs. Harry Dozier entertained twelve of their friends. Cards were played from eight-thirty until eleven In rooms that were most attractive and bright with vases of pretty flowers. Scores were kept on pretty hand-painted tallies, and when the final scores were added Mr. Frank Logan was the winner of them all, and he was given a pack of Congress cards. To the hohor guest Mrs. Dozier gave a pretty powder box of tTagrant powder. At the conclu sion of the games the tables were put together and a lovely two-course supper was enjoyed. Mrs. Wolfe was lovely, wearing a black gown of tulle and satin. Those enjoying this pleasant even ing were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs. Harry Borland, Mrs. Milby Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Logan, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark. Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann also entertained most informally for Mrs. Wolfe during the week at a dancing pa> ty. •• • • Silver Tea The members of Dickison Chapter L. 1). C\, held a mest enjoyable silver tea on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. S. R. Whaley. The tea was given to celebrate the birthday of the south’s greatest hero, Robert E. Lee, and two other heroes also shared honors on the program that was rendered, viz; Mathew Fontaine Maury and Thomas Johnson Jackson. Mrs. Whaley, assisted by Mrs. Broom, invited the guests into the living room, where the delightfr’ pro gram was given. ~ Mrs. E. L. Carney, the chapter’s historian, presided in a graceful man ner. ~ ■ M ** *■ - Rev. W. F. Creason, pastor of Hhe Presbyterian church, gave h brief but interesting talk on the lives of the three southern heroes. Mrs. Harrison Black, Mrs. Bland Ware, Misses Olive Whaley, Elizabeth Wpthetbee gave lovely musical selec tions, and the program closed wjtta “Dixie,” which was played by Mrs. Susan Sanders. Tea and wafers were parsed by Misses Olive Whaley, Elizabeth Weth erbee and Natalie Minshall. ™•• • • Mrs, Leon Fishel and two interest ing children are expected from Bal timore, Md., in two weeks for an ex tended visit to Mrs, M. Fishel. • ¥ m * * m Mrs. Harry Walters was the hosK- i of the one table auction club on Wed nesday afternoon, and she had, an j additional table of friends. Avery! pleasant afternoon was spent playing auction. Mrs. E. H. Martin won the high score and was awarded the prize Mrs. Walters served a lovelv salad These playing were Mrs. Walters, Mrs. W. A. Wilds. Mrs. Chaiies Cha zal. Miss Adele Bittinger. Mis. Bert I. ash, Mrs. Russell DeHon Mrs. Emanuel Martin and Miss Mary Mc- Lowell. •* • * Mr. Ben Rheiriauer leaves on Sat urday for New York City, to buy a t’ondepful line of pretty spring goods for the firm of Rheinauer and Com pany. \ Mr. Harry Borland spent Wednes day qmd Thursday in Orland on bus iness. m ' sr • Mrs. Charles Flippen and little son cf Fort Lauderdale are in the city guests of Mrs. James Engesser and Mrs. D. B. Blackburn. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Neal A- Weathers and children expert to sail from New York City on the 25th, and will reach Ocala on the 23th or 29th to spend News of the Week. Weddings, Parties, Club Meetings, Etc. some time at the home of Mr. Weath ers’ parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers. The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs. Weathers will be delighted to see them again and also their in teresting family of little ones. •• • * Mrs. J. E. Johnson expects to leave Thursday for Ocala, where she will enjoy a stay with friends and rela tives. —Palatka News. . 9 • * * The “Civitan” is the newest club to be organized in Jacksonville. Mr. A. C. Ulmer is president of this club* and Mr. George Ford, a former Ocala man, is its treasurer. •• * • Mr. and Mrs, Jack Camp and, their house guest, Mrs. Wolfe, expect to leave early Saturday morning for an automobile tour down the east coast, visiting Daytona, Palm Bdach, Miami,. St. Augustine and other places of in terest. •. • • • Jack Camp, Jr., who has been quite sick since Christmas, has recovered and will return on Saturday to resume his studies at Woodberry Forest, Vir ginia. •• • • Mr. Edward Bloomheiser of Cleve land, Ohio, is in the city, a guest at the home of Mr. and Mrs, E. W. Mer rill. % •• • • Mrs. S. L. Keeffe will return tomor row from a most delightftil visit of several weeks in Winston-Salem, N. C., where she was the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. M. Jackson, who was formerly Miss Jennie Keeffe. •• • • Friends of Mrs. Frances Howse, who has been critically ill during the first of the week, will be delighted to learn that she is reported very much improved. TAX ASSESSORS ITINERARY “'February, 1921 No. 30 — Martel, Ist, a. m. 4 Cotton Plant, Ist, p. m, 6 Heidtville, 2nd, a. m. 24 — Dunnellon, 2nd, p. m. 5 Romeo, 3rd, n. m. 20 — Blitchton, 4th, a. m. 33—Emathla, 4th, p. m. 29—Kendrick, 7th, a. m. 18 — Martin, 7th, p. m. 2 —Lowell, Btltf a. m. 2 Reddick, Bth, p. ra. 31 — Fairfield, 9th, a. m. 3 zFlemington, 9th, p. m. 32 — Central, 10th, a. m. 32 —Geiger, 10th, p. m. 22 —Mclntosh. 11th, a. m. 22 — Orange Lake, lith, p. m. 7 -Shady, 14th, a. m. 21 — Santos, 14th, p, m. 21 —Belleview, 15th, a. m. 23 — Pedro, 16th, ft. m. . 8— Sumrnerfield. lGth, p. m. 25 Candler, 17th, a. m. 9 Oklawaha, 17th, p. m. IP—East iake, 18th, a. m. 19— Weirsdale, 18th, p. m. 10 —Moss |3iuff,* 21st, a. m. 10— Electra, 21st, p. m. 11 — Lynne, 22nd, a. m. -- 1 11—Connor, 22nd, p. m. * 13—Burbank, 23rd, a. m. 13— Fort McCoy. 23rd, p. m. 27 —Eureka, 24th, a. .m. 14 — Orange Springs, 24th, p. m. 16— Citra, 25th, a. m, • - 26 Sparr, 25th, p. m. • 17 — Anthony, 28th, a, m. I—Ocala,1 —Ocala, all of March. I have beep unable to get assess ment blanks, thus the delay in pub lishing my itinerary. I want to urge every tax payer to meet me and make returns of his property. W. L. COLBERT, 1-21-tf • Tax Assessor. 4ft NOTICE In the Circuit Court of- the Fifth Ju dicial Circuit of Florida, in and for Marion County—ln Chancery. J. J. Stoer, et als.. Complainants, vs. Oklawaha River Farms (Company, a Corporation, etc., et al.. Defendants. Order for Constructive Service. It is ordered that the defendants herein named, to-wit: T. St Kyle, R. h. Kyle. R. X. Davidson, Otis Wragg, Joseph Balfour, and the First Nation al Bank, of Gadsden. Alabama, be and they are hereby required to appear to the bill of complaint filed in this cause on or before Monday, the 21st day of February, 1921. T Tt ? s further ordered that a copy of this order be published once a week for four consecutive weeks in the Ocala Banner, a newspaper pub lished in 3aid county and state. This 20th day of January, 1921. (Seal) T. D. LANCASTER, JR. Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Cos., Fla, , . By Ruth Ervin, D. C. R. K. BURFORD and H. M. HAMPTON, Complainant’s Solicitors. 1 21-5 t FOR SALE—IO acres, of nw& of nw%, section 7, township 17, range 20. Agents protected. W. E. Lewis, Brentwood, N. Y.—4-21-41. Mr. and Mrs. Adam C. White qf Citra were pleasant visitors to Ocala Thursday. Mr. White says that gar den vegeatbles of many kinds are still growing in the gardens as fresh and tender as in the spring. Indeed, nothing so far has been Injured by frosts. Mr. White has just celebrated ; a . birthday. PAGE FIVE