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FRIDAY JULY 21, 152:.
MRS. HARVEY CLARK, Ed. Residence Phone No. 475 Office Phone No.l Engager* o * of Interest Announced The recent public announcement of the engagement and approaching wed-1 ding of Mr. Hansel DeVane Leaven-1 good and Miss Mildred Price, of Casey, Illinois, is the cause of the greatest interest to many in this city where the groom to be was born and raised. The announcement was made one day .last week at a very pretty party given by the bride at her home. The en gagement of this couple has been an open secret for some time, but the date was not known to only a few close friends. The future bride has many friends who will be delighted to know that Ocala is to be her future home. She taught English in the Ocala public I school year before last and by her very sweet manner soon won the hearts of all of her pupils, the faculty and many of the patrons. She was also very popular with a large circle of the younger society set. 4 Mr. Leavengoods is one of the city’s leading young busiess men. He was born in this city and by his close attention to business has made a splendid success. Though quite young he is the vice-president of the Ocala ; Star Publishing Company. He is in every way a splendid young man and his scores of friends are congratu lating him upon the approaching mar riage. The wedding of this young couple will take place at the home of Miss Price some time early in the month of September. When they return to Ocala they will be at home to their friends at the home of Miss Frances Tarver where Mr. Leavengood has taken an apart ment and is having it furnished for his bride. • • m Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frazure (Miss Marion Turner) returned Wednesday night from Ocala, where they have been visiting Mr. and Mrs. C. M Frazure, who are spending the sum mer there. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Frazure were married in West Palm Beach July 1. —Miami Metropolis. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frazure and their son and daughter are spending some time in Ocala and have apartments at the home of Mr. John Dozier. * * * Mr. and C. E. Carr (Alice Carlisle) are now making their home in New York city, and write to friends that they are pleasantly located and j like their home very much. • • * Mrs. Harbin Hinton and her two children have moved to Ocala from Summerfield and have taken the house on Watula street recently vacated by Mrs, James Nicholas. m m m Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Frazure and their son and daughter spent Tues day at Salt Springs. Mr. Frazure who has not been in such good health has brought his family here some weeks *go from Miami in order that he could secure the water from Salt Springs to drink. * • • Mrs. E. H. Martin and small son. Henry have returned home from Indian Rocks where they spent a couple of weeks with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Gordon. Mrs. Martin and son expect to leave shortly for Bre vard, North Carolina, where they will spend the balance of the summer. • * • Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant and their two children spent the week end at their summer cottage at Lake Weir. They have recently purchased one of the. E. E. Converse cottage and are having it remodeled. • • • The members of the girl scouts are expecting to spend this coming week camping at Lake Weir. They will be at I the home of Mr. and .Mrs. W. T. Gary's and Mrs. Gary, will go dowu vrith them. After a visit with her daughter, Mrs. W. H. Ezell, Mrs. G. F. Gamble kas gone to Ocala for a visit with a son there.—Times-Union. Mr. W. H. Livingston, Jr., after a j few days spent in Ocala the guest of his friend. Mr. T. H. Harris has returned to his home in Jackson ville. • • * Mrs. Harry Borland left this week j for Brevard, North Carolina, where she will spend the balance of the sum mer months. m 0 9 Miss Margaret Taylor accompanied by her niece, Martna Taylor, has gone to Keen, Mass., where they will spend the balance of the summer at the sum mer camp of Miss Margaret East man’s. • • • Mrs. T. B. Barnes has as her guests er grandmother, Mrs. Julia Andrews, oi Tampa and her aunt, Mrs. G. M. |j- E RB ° NA L W E DDINGS *IR T H J L OCA L S CHU KC H | Breeze of Bradentown, who enjoyed | a week’s visit here, after which they ; went to LaCross, for another weeks visit with other relatives at that place. They were taken out to Silver Springs and other places of interest and were very much delighted with Ocala and its attractions. 099 Meadcws-Collier The marriage of Miss Julia Mead ows and Mr. Eric Collier of Ocala, Florida, was solemnized Friday morn ing at ;j:O7 o’clock at the home of the bride’s brother, Mr. John Lee Meadows, on Jackson street, Vidalia. in the presence of the family and a few interested friends. The parlors were decorated with smilax and dai sies. Preceding the entrance of the bridal party, Miss Azilee Austin of Cioss Hill, S. C., sang “At Dawn ing,” accompanied by Mrs. Ethel B. Giles. To the strains of Mendels sohn’s Wedding March came the only attendands, Miss Mae Meadows with Mr. John Lee Meadows, sister and | brother of the bride, immediately fol lowed by the bridal pair. The brunette beauty of the bride was enhanced by the lovely gown of midnight blue Canton crepe, relieved by the pink gladioli of the bouquet. The impressive ring ceremony was; performed by Rev. J. T. B. Ander son of the Vidalia Baptist church. Mr. and Mrs. Collier left at once for a trip to Hot Springs, after which they will be at home in Ocala, Florida. The bride is one of Vidalia's love liest characters, and Mr. Collier one of Ocala’s most promising young men. —The Vidalia Advance. Cards from Mr. and Mrs. Collier state they are enjoying a wonderful i trip. They will recive a very cor dial welcome upon their return home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and children have gone ’to Daytona Beach where they will spend a short while. 9 * 9 Mrs. J. H. McClymonds and her j niece Mrs. C. F. Benjamin, have gone to Atlanta where they will spend some time with Mrs. Benjamin's sister, Miss Annie Sharpe. • * • The many friends of Mr. Philip G. Murphy were delighted to see him in Ocala during the week. Mr. and j Mrs. Murphy are now making their home in Avon Park. • * • Mr. Clarence Camp spent a few days, in Savannah during the week on busi ness. • * • Mrs. Grover McMullins and chil dren, who have been spending the past few weeks very pleasantly at Clear water Beach with relatives, returned home Sunday. Mr. McMullins motored to Clearwater to accompany his family home. * 9 • . Mr. Robert Hall, who has been at Battle Creek for some time is now enjoying a delightful motor trip through California with a party of ; friends. • • • Charles Cullen has returned to his home in this city and will spend the balance of the summer vacation with his parents. * * • The many friends of Mrs. H. C. Nichols, who has been quite ill for the past few weeks are glad to see her out again. • * * Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood have gone th Georgia where they will spend some time with friends. They j are making the trip in their car, and will visit in several places before re turning home. • • • Hon. W. K. Zewadski has gone to Detroit, Michigan where he expects to spend the balance of the summer with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Zewadski. • • * Mrs. E. J. Crook and son, Mr. George Looney, who have been in Jacksonville since the first of July expect to leave early next week for ‘ | a visit with relatives in Washington, ! ID. C., and at National Bridge. Va. Mr. Looney has been ill at Sc. Vincent's I hospital for a couple of weeks, which | has delayed their trip north. While in Jacksonville Mrs. Crook has been j the guest of her brother, Mr. C. E. ! Nelson and family. • 9 9 Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark and young son, Arthur, Jr., spent a few days during the week at Lake Weir with Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark. From the lake Mr, Clark went to Sanford for a short business trip. •• * 2 Miss Chivallette Smith, who s!as been spending some time at Sanford with her cousin has returned home. Judge and Mrs. Smith motored over Sunday to bring her home. Ten Eyck-Robertson Dr. Tyre Roland Robertson announces the marriage of his daughter Margaret Marie to Mr. Hubert Alfred EenEyck Sunday, July sixteenth Nineteen hundred twenty-two Palatka, Florida The above announcement has been received by the friends of Mr. Ten r -yck in this city. The wedding was a quiet event having taken plqce in Palatka Sunday. Shortly after the wedding ceremony the happy young couple left for a wedding trip down the East Coast. The bride of this marriage has quite a number of friends in Ocala where she has often visited at the home of Mr. Ten Eyck’s mother. Mr. Ten Eyck is the younger of the two sons of Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Ten Eyck and is a very bright young man. He has been a valuable employe at the Ocala Evening Star. During our recent conflict he serv ed his country in the navy. His host of friends will be delighted to welcome his young bride when he brings her home. She is one of Pa latka’s brightest and sweetest girls. • • • Pretty Party Given Tn Eustis In Honor of Ocala Girl One of the prettiest parties of the season was given Wednesday evening, when Misses Frankie and Madge Max well entertained at cards for their house guest. Miss Marie Wray of De- Land and Miss Louie Smoak of Ocala, who has just concluded a visit to her sister, Mrs. W. A. Goiri. The rooms were beautiful in floral decorations, rose color being carried out effective ly in the different rooms. The living room, where the tables were arranged for cards, was fragrant with flowers and the lights shaded in rose color gave a most beautiful effect. Deli cious fruit punch was served all dur ing the hours. In the dining room, the large round table was centered with asparigus ferns, and a large cupid doll draped in the same rose color and wearing a large picture hat of I rose, stood in the midst of the fern. ! Ac the conclusion of the games a! tempting salad course was served, \ and favors of small cupid dolls with the rose hats were arranged on the salad. Rose paper baskets held can dies on the tables. Mrs. I. Morse Keys won top score in cards, while tire consolation went to Mrs. C. P. Bailey. Each of the honor guests was presented with lovely gifts.—Sunday’s Tribune. * * * Pickford Relinquished His Share Of Dead Wife s Estate in Favor Her Mother Jack Pickford, who was the husband of Olive Thomas, motion picture act ress. who died of poisoning in Paris, reliquished all his share in her estate in favor of his wife’s mother, the ap praisal of the state, filed today, shows. Miss Thomas left taxable estate in this state of $37,094, consisting almost wholly of jewels and other personal property. The mother is Mrs. Lorena Vankirk, of St. Louis, Mo. • • * Mr. and Mrs. Fred McAteer are ex pecting to start the work on the re modeling of their home within a very short while. They will have it chang ed in many ways and although it is a very pretty little home it will be ev en more so when the work is complet ed. f • • • Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and Misses Janet and Jessie Ray and Ben Culver house have returned home from their visit to the mountains. • • • A party from Ocala spending the week end in Tampa consist's of C. M. Brown. Eugene Melson and Robert Riddle. —Tampa Tribune/ 9 9 9 Mr. Lawton Bailey has gone to; Greenville where he will spend some ! time the guest of relatives. * * * i Mrs. R. D. ThompsoS left Tuesday • afternoon for Lexington. Kentucky where she will be the guest of her : daughter, Mrs. C. E. Powell until fall. • • • Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Haiftrick of Jacksonville, who are so well known j in this city, left spcently for New York. From there Mr. Hamrick went to Atlantic City to attend the Elk’s convention and after a week's stay in New York Mrs. Hamrick went to Washington to visit a sister and from there will go to National Bridge. Va., to visit another sister before return ing to Jacksonville. 9mm Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Clark and son, Arthur, Jr., Mrs. Claude Kreger, Miss Virginia Kreger, Mrs. Lulu Standley, Mrs. W. I. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. •. . I THE OCALA BANNER * / | The Ocala National Bank I A financial stronghold for Ocala and Marion county. This Bank has enjoyed c|#nost wonderful growth sinefe its organization % eleven years ago. Its line of deposits is larger than any bank in •! this county ever in less than twice the length of time, :• which aks well for the development of our resources in this section or the state. % Member Federal Reserve Bank System *: § % JNO. L. EDWARDS, President. CHAS. S. CULLEN, Vice-President. H. D. STOKES, Cashier. •’ H. H. HENDERSON, Assistant Cashier. j Cffarles Standley and two children spent Saturday ut Lake Weir enjoy ing a family picnic: They were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Clark at their home on the lake. The day was spent fishing and bathing and at noon a lunch was spread. • • * Engagement of Miss Inez Neville And Mr. Robert Rogers Announced The engagement of Miss Inez Neville and Mr. Robert Rogers, both of Dunnellon, was announced this week at a pretty party given in Dun nellon by the sister-in-law of Miss Neville. The engagement t was an nounced in a most clever manner and the dainty bride to be was show ered with best wishes. Miss Neville is well known in Ocala and is quite popular with a large number of the society set. She is a very sweet and lovely young girl. The only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Neville, who are among the most prominent citi- 1 zens of Dunnellon. Sheis a pretty brunette and numbers her friends by those who know her. Mr. Rogers is the son of Mr. and ; Mrs. Bob Rogers of this city and a grandson of Col. Robert F. Rogers, who is Ocala’s popular post master. For the past number of years he has been connected with one of the banks of Dnnellon and has won for him self many friends by his close atten tion to business. His Ocala friends are showering him with congratula- j tions and best wishes. The marriage of this couple will be a large event taking place some time in the very near future. • . • Mrs. Lewis A. Shepard, who left Jacksonville on last Friday for her home in Chicago after a visit with her parents in this city had the ex- ■ perience of being in a wreck, which her friends are delighted to know was : not at all a serious one. Near* At lanta the train she was on ran into j a watermelon train, and completely demolished a number of cars. She was on the observation and only felt a slight jolt, but she says that the dishes were broken on the diner and some of the passengers were badly shaken up. 9 9 9 Mr. and Mrs. Charles —tandley and their two children and nurse expect to leave the early part of next week for their home in Dawson, Ga., after a pleasant visit in Ocala with Mr. Standley’s mother. This was his first visit home in some time and his friends were pleased to see him and meet his wife. During his visit home he had the pleasure to be with his entire family the first time in many years. 9 9 0 Mr. D. E. Mclver leaves this after noon for Sumac, where he will spend a short while with his daughter, Mrs. W. J. Frink. • • • Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss left in their car last Saturday for the moun-! tains of North Carolina where they! will spend some time. They are now ! very pleasantly located in Asheville. ' I Before returning they will visit other i places of interest in the mountains. • , * 9 Mr. Harvey Clark went to Jack | sonviile on Thursday for a short busi ness trip. Whils there he will be the guest cf Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd.; m 9 9 Mrs. J. H. Spencer ad Miss Laureen ; Spencer have gone to South Carolina for a visit to relatives. During their absence, Miss Louise Spencer will j take her sister’s place in the office of Spencer and Pedrick’s garage. • • Edward Morgan and Robert Bechtel heimer and family of Ocala are spend ing the week end in Tampa.—Sunday Tribune. • • • Mrs. Norton Davis and son, Frank Bennett left this week for Jackson ville where they were joined by Mrs. Davis’ sister, Mrs. E. F. Fitch and $ - .■ ! children and from there they sailed I Thursday for Oyster Bay, N. Y., where they will be the guests of their sister, Mrs. George F. Armstrong, who is spending the summer months in! j that place. • • * Miss Olive Whaley who has been ! spending the past month in Madison ; the guest of relatives has returned ; home. ... Miss Sarah DeHon after a very de i lightful visit in St. Augustine with relatives has returned home. • • * Miss Frances Clark went to the lake ! | last Saturday and spent a few days ! with her grand parents, Mr. and Mrs. j W. H. Clark. • • • Mrs. P. V. Leavengood has gone to ; Milledgeville, Ga., for a visit to her i sister. Mrs. L. M. Jones. * * * Mrs. W. L. Armous and her two ! children. Jay and Harriett, went to j Coleman Wednesday afternoon and ! : will spend the next two weeks there with relatives. 9 9 9 Mr. and Mrs. Rush, and daughter, I ! Miss Aiice Rush, of Mclntosh, motor j e( i to Ocala Tuesday afternoon and j ; attended the ball game between j Gainesville and Ocala. • • • Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindsey are j | recent arrivels in Ocala and will j ' make this place their future home, j They have rented one of Mrs. George j i Blitchs’ apartments in Lynwood' I Heights and have started to house keeping. Mr. Lindsey is associated with Mr. M. F. Johnson in, business. * * ' At the recent sate meeting of the Spanish War Veterans held at St. Augustine Mr. L. T. Craft, of this city, member of Gen. Fitzhugh Lee! Camp No. 11 was appointed depart- j ment historian and Mr. F. W. Ditto I also of the same camp was appointed one of the aide de camps, Mr. W. T. Gary was appointed on the legislative committee and Mr. B. F. Russel was appointed a district inspector. 0 9 9 W. N. Sheats, superintendent of public instruction, who reached Jack sonville Friday from Boston where he attended the annual convention of the National Editorial Association, is ill at the Aragon hotel. Mrs. Sheats arrived last night from Tallahassee to be with him. Friends of Mr. Sheats '■■■■ . - >MM • ■ BILLIE DOVE, *^ w • ■•■A in Hollywood, has decided that stories of die lurid life there are, like the premature report of Mark Twaia’s death, “slightly exaggerated.” PAGE SEVEN NOTICE All Social Items Must Be In By Neon Thursdays said last night that he is not consider ed in a critical condition and they j have strong hopes for his early re | covery.—Sunday’s Times-Union. • • • THIS WEEK AT THE TEMPLE THEATER The following is the attractive pro gram for the coming week. Number ed among the stars is a comedy by Harold Lloyd, who is one of the favor ite comedy actors of the times. An other screen favorite is Eugene j O’Brien, who will be the offering at J the Temple on Saturday night in John I Smith. There wil also be a Sunshine ; comedy. I Monday night William Desmond in ! Fighting Mad, and Harold Lloyd i comedy. Tuesday, Watch Your Step, and a | two reel comedy. j. Wednesday, Alice Lake in Golden ! Gift, and the next installment of the I serial. j, Thursday, Jack Holt in Call of the i North, and a two reel comedy. Friday, Buck Jones in To a Finish, I and a two reel comedy. Saturday, William Crestie Cabannis, in Beyond the Rain Bow, and comedy, I Toonerville Trolly. Mr. and Mrs. R. Thor Weaver left ; Thursday for a vacation to be spent in North Carolina. They were joined in Ocala by Mrs. Weaver’s daughter, | Mrs. Hawes, and her daughter, who i "’ill be with them on their vacation. * * * Mr. O. E. Cox returned home on Thursday afternoon from Georgia, where he has been for the past few days. He was accompanied home by his wife and sons, who have been spending the summer months there with relatives. 0 9 0 Miss Fannie Clark and her niece. Miss Shellie Souter, who have been spending .some time at St. Peters burg. have returned to their home in this city. • • • Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock are having a most delightful summer out ing. They have visited many princi pal paints and are now at Montreal, Canada. • • • Mrs. Henry Livingsotn and her daughter, Hazel, are at home after a very pleasant visit in South Carolina with relatives.