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PAGE FIVE
SONAL?
In Case of Fire!
IPhone 5,000 j
Mr. 'and Mrs. Asa Brantley
nd Mr, and Mrs. Edward Fix
er, left this morning for Pass-a-SriUe
where they expect to en
oy the bathing.
John B. Sutton L. L. B., a
.akeland boy who recently grad
lated from the State University
vith honors, is here in the mter
:st of the University, being the
epresentative of this institution.
Mr! and Mrs. V. P. Pillans
aave just returned from a trip
)i several days made by auto, in
Mch thev took in Larcro, Clear
water, St. Petersburg and other
West Coast points Mr. Pillans
lad some business in that sec
:ion, and .he decided to combine
with the trip, which
proved to be a most delightful
Dne.
Mrs. Oscar Wolfe and children
are in Waycross, Ga., having
been called there by the death of
Mrs. Wolfe's uncle Dr. J. H.
Redding, one of the most promi
nent physicians in Georgia. Mrs.
Wolfe will visit various other
points in, Georgia before return
ing homebeing absent probably
for several weeks.
Mjr. B. T. Bardin left today
for Georgia, where he will be
joined by' Mrs. Bardin and to
gether they will proceed to New
York City, where they will spend
the su,nirjr- They will be join
ed "therVTn August by Mrs. Bar
din's sister, Miss Effie Nelmfe,
who is now attending the Nor
mal at Talahassee.
Electric current will be turned
off from 8:30 to 10.30 tomorrow
morning for repairs.
. R. L. RAFFO.
Supt.
IK SOCIETY
1 . .....
iElnora'Rebekah Lodge No. 4
will meet Monday vening at 7 :3a
Members and visitors are cordi
ally inyit-ed to be present at this
meeting. '
TV ;rXwlin runs a nicture of
himself, on the editorial page of
the Witness and in the last is
cn that nnoer he savs :
"You will please have the
mi. hch annears on this page
shaved, as the editor has lost
his beard. While we were mak
ing so many improvements in the
orMMnrp nf the oaoer we
thouht it might be well to make
irrinrnvpm'ent in the &P"
OUlllV -
of the editor. And it
:, 4u rrrozt nipnsiirp that we re-
ia witii s-"v f 1
port that those who have passed
judgement on tne maucr
clare that the improvement in the
appearance of the editor is equal
to, if not greater, than the im
provement on the pape.r No,
ye editors will not have the
chance, we'll just confess it.
There was room for improve
mentyes, and is still. The dif
ference between us and some of
our other editors, they have
room for improvement, if they
1.. Ua mean?. And It IS
uiwy uau i"t - ,
1 A ..loctinn that SOme Ot
UCyuitu VJUV.-J1."--" ...
- wmmiM use the means
thev had it. Yes, as we did."
A Farewell Adieu
To Mrs. Dodd
Yesterday afternoon at the beau
tiful home of Mr. and Mrs. E. G.
Tweedell on South Tennessee ave
nue, a very pretty party was given
Mrs. Dodd, by Mrs. Tweedell and
Mrs. A. E. Pooser as hostesses. Each
guest was greeted at the door by
these charming ladies. The receiv
ing line consisted of Mrs. Hull, Mrs.
Dodd, Mrs. Bostick of Wauchula, and
Mrs. B. F. Wilson, who greeted each
guest. The reception hall was a
beautiful bower of i?reen and red
foliage, arranged in an artistic way
on the first landing. The south par
lor was decorated more simply but
with the same artistic effect. Cut
flowers arranged in baskets and
vases with banks of ferns were ar
ranged throughout the living and
dining rooms, making the whole a
very pleasing and cooling retreat
to the eye.
The SDacious veranda showed
much skill and artistic work in its
arrangement and In looking over
Lake Morton made it a spot where
one wished to stay. Misses Estelle
Rogers and Gladys Wilson served
punch in the southwest corner of the
veranda. Progressive rook was the
afternoon's entertainment and so
friendly and congenial an atmos
phereprevailed throughout, so that
no table was prepared to move at
the tapping of the bell. It is such
coneeniality and hospitality that
makes life sweet to live.
Mrs. Wm. Steitz won the first
prize a lace fan. Mrs. Dodd, the
honoree, a pretty hand-painted dish
Mrs. W. D. Galloway cut with Mrs
B. F. Wilson for consolation prize,
Mrs. Galloway winning, receiving a
box of handkerchiefs. Mrs. Snooks
won the booby prize, consisting of a
box of rook cards. Delicious re
freshments of ice cream and dainty
Cakes were served by Misses Rogers
and Wilson carrying out the color
scheme of pink, yellow and brown.
Those present were: Mmes. Mc
Ilwain, Davis, Steitz, C. White, Luf
sey, O'Doniel, Goodrich, Goodyear,
Jones, C. Wilson, Bryan, Stevens, U.
G. Bates. Grether, A. A. Smith,
Maynard, Davis, Snooks, Hethering-
ton, Bostick, Dodd, B. F. Wilson,
Jim Wilson, Galloway, Richards,
Boulware, Hatcher, Dickson, Crutch-
fiplrl. Sloan. Flanagan, Wheeler,
an automobile ride around the lakes,
returning to thank the charming
hostesses for a very delightful ev
ening. Those present were musses
Lucy and Florence Conibear, Daisy
Kuowles, Mabel and Josephine
Drane, Margaret and Laura South
ard, Messrs. Fred Benford, Karl
Kern, Ossian Drane, W. S. Moore,
Morgan Groover, Clarence and Al
bert Smith.
JUST ARRIVED v;
Two Carloads Red Cedar Shingles
BRICK
I Corrugated Iron
LIME
CEMENT
PLASTER
SHINGLE STAINS
PHONE 400
Mrs. Drane Entertains
One of the most eniovable af
fairs of the season, was the infor
mal "At Home given by Mrs.
Drane, Friday afternoon from
inree to bix at ncr uwumui ,5,
"Hil Crest." in honor of her ivshshh'IM
mother Mrs. W. M. Boswell. '
BUILDERS' SUPPLY COMPANY
About seventy invitations had
been issued, and despite the
showers of the afternoon about
fifty of those invited were pres
ent. I he euests were met Dy
Mrs. G. W. Watson, who in her
most cordial manner made every
one feel at home.
Little Miss Marv Watson,
with a dainty basket received the
cards
Ruth Westbrook, of Live Oak, yes
terday afternoon, at her pretty home
on North Florida avenue.
Three tables, which were ar
ranged on the veranda for this fas
cinating game, were beautifully dec
orated with 'roses and ferns, and the
guests spent a most pleasant after
noon by means of this popular diver
sion. Miss Kittie McRae was the
(fortunate winner of the first prize,
booby prize, a box of matches. De
lirious refreshments of cake and
cream were then daintily served by
the hostess.
Those who were invited to meet
Miss Westbrook were Misses Hazel
Padrick, Elizabeth Meharg, Mhel
rook, Maisie Morgan, Kittie McRae,
Lucille Clough, Marguerite btraw,
Ruth Ley, Glayds Davis, Lena Scal
ly and Doris Mayes.
-n, i. a inJan exouisitely embroidered pillow
ine enu w ? - - u received the
nome was tnrown open, aim ui - - ,nthPfl dp-
. . .1 ihnnViv nr 7p. a box of matcnes. ue-
the spacious colonial veranua re
freshing cherry punch was
served, by Miss Josephine
Drane, and Miss Laura South
ard. In the hall Mrs. Drane, in
her mosi gracious manner, re
ceived with he guest of honor,
Mrs. Boswell,
Although the invitations gave
no hint of it, some of the guests
suspected that it was Mrs. Bos
w ell's birthday, and she was the
recipient of a number of beauti
ful gifts, which while such a sur
prise to her was none the less ap-nreciated.
I . . . 1
The victrola presided over uy
Mntpr Frank Watson. ofQuin-
... . n,1An.
rv with ItS SWCCt Illliail. uuuvu
mMch to the pleasure 01
afternoon.
Miss May White was intro
duced as great-grandmother, be-
iticr oruvtlPfl in Mrs Boswell's
mother's wedding dress, which
made her quite an interesting at
traction.
"The Minuet" an old but al
field, Sloan, Flanagan, Wheeier.i annreciated recitation was
Hull, Van Huss and tho Misses Rey- , rnnfwP(i hv Ellen
Watson.
M. A. R. Bond of lampa,
p-nvp several vocal selections, in
ipr most charmincr manner, ner
'riends here beiner delighted to
hear her airain.
' c . ,
Mrs Fletcher whose music is
alwavs looked forward to with
so much pleasure gave deiigntiu
entertainment with her instru
mental numbers.
Mrs. Drane after much per-
. . 1 1
suasion gave some ot her moai
enjoyable songs.
The dining-room was a vision
of beautv and attractiveness,
with its handsome mahogany ta
ble, lovely cut flowers, candela
bra and cut glass. The center
piece of gorgeous hydrangeas
was very much admired.
A delicious salad course was
served by Misses Drane and
Southard.
At a late hour the guests loth
to leave, bade goodbye, wishing
Mrs. Boswell many, many happy
return of a most d'elightftvl day.
nolds. Rogers and Gladys Wilson
Mrs. Reginald Dodd leaves with
her husband for Lynchburg, Va., on
next Tuesday and it is uncertain as
to their returning here. Mrs. Dodd
has made herself dear to all who
have known her. 'Not only possessing
beauty of an unusual type in appear
ance, but a personality that speaks
favorably for her wherever she goes.
We are sorry to lose this gracious
lady from our midst, but trust that
they (as others) may return to Lake
land, the place that is always wel
coming friends back again and mak
ing an ideal spot to live and enjoy
life.
if
Miceps Southard Entertain
One of the most delightful intor-
mal affairs of the summer took place
Thursday evening when Misses Mar
caret and Laura Southard were the
hostesses at a buffet supper. The
guests were bidden to arrive at 6:30
and promptly at that hour the spa
clous Dorches and lower floor of the
Woiv Rnnthard home were filled
,j j
with their merry laughter and chat
ter. Soon all repaired to the dining
room where a most delicious supper
was served, after which music was
the order of the evening. Present
ly, however, the moonlight without
became irresistible and all enjoyed
CORRECTION IN MR. COUN
CIL'S ARTICLE RELATIVE
TO PARK DRAINAGE
By leaving out a line in Mr. Coun
cil's articlo yesterday, the linotype
made that gentleman say that $2,-
000 was spent in draining Munn
Park. This is not correct, 01 course,
as the $2,000 was expended in build-
in? n retaining wall around the park.
The line that was left out reads:
"It was necessary to drain Lake
Wire at a cost of over $2,000 and
erect a retaining wall around Munn
park at a cost of $2,000 or more."
Miss Grace Murrell
Entertained at Rook
Miss Grace Murrell was the
charming hostess of a rook party
given in honor of her cousin, Miss
SERVICE
PRICES
WORK
All Must Be
Satisfactory
erstandthe Art
of Dry Cleaninq
If you really want
GOOD WORK and
GOO SERVICE
TRY US X
Lakeland Dry Cleaning
PLANT
PHONES 405-298
Cor. Pine and North Tennessee
We Clean Kid Gloves
Headquarters for
Qold Rings
Our large stock of
Solid Gold Rings
entitles us to announce our
selves as Headquarters for
Ring Buyers. The famous
W. W, W. is the best made.
Come to see them whether
you are ready to buy or not
Conner & CVsteen
Next Etoor to P. O. Phone zfy.
When You Are
Getting Married
Let us have your order
for the wedding station
ery. It will be right in
every particular. Calling
cards and engraved let
terheads arc also in our
line.
THE BOOK STORE i
'igH$KHMKMMtIf,$1.HfHfrIM
MAJESTIC I
Tomorrow morning is sleep morn
ing, so see a good show tonight and
end the week right. The same good
. old reliable program.
WALLINGFORD'S WALLET
MELITA'S SACRIFICE
A great western feature
WANTED A BURGLAR
" A comedy scream
GRAND-DADDY'S BOY
Some feature this one
AUDITORIUM THFATRE
Did you ever figure it out that a
visit to the Auditorium theater is a
sure cure of the blues? We got a
letter from a man the other day
which read, "My wife was very de
spondent and could not SEW 1 sent
Another great comedy
MISS GR0SSE
her to the Auditorium one night last Your last chance to hear this girl
with the wonderful voice in ten min
utes of song.
THE AUDITORIUM ORCHESTRA
Lakeland's Musical Treat
week and now she is MENDING rap
idly." Isn't that great? We have one
of those can't be beat programs to
nieht, so come early.
THE PALMS
OWNED BY LAKELAND MILITARY
BAND
W. R. WILLIAMS, MGR.
Price3 5c, 10c
MUSIC BY THE MAJESTIC
QUALITY ORCHESTRA
THE COURTING OF PRUDENCE
A sidesplitting comedy
THE BREED OF THE NORTH
DOORS OPEN AT C O'CLOCK
Kon., Tuesday, Wed.
A thrilling 2 reel feature that will xHE BRUSSIE SISTERS
make the hair on your head raise up
and stir your blood with "reel" joy.
In brand nw acts
GOOD
SHOW
TONIGHT
Weddings
Fine selection of the latest designs in
Sterling Silber
made by Gorham, Alvin and Whiting Mfg. Co.
"None Better Alade"
Cut Glass
from Pairpoint Corp., Hawkes and Clark.
Also the Popular
Hand Tainted China
Remember the Gold Initial China in 100
ece dinner set
ORCHESTRA MUSIC
STARTS AT
7 SHARP
H. C. STEVENS
JEWELER
ANXIOUS MOMENTS
If you are carrying an unreliable time piece you are the
prey of anxious moments. You have to continually allow a
watch-inay-not-be-right margin.
Brin? us your watch or clock that others have failed on.
We shine on those.
"A Pleasure to Show Goods"
COLE S HULL
Jewelers and Optometrists, Lakeland, Pla.

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