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lakeland
Laconics
itlss OlHe Miller la spending this
eelt in Fort Meade very pleasantly
guesi .
jjgs Olive Woods left today for
,0, aWsville. Ga., wnere sne goes to
in her father, Mr. J. m. wooaa, who
,-- .1 a Vmafnpsfl there. Sh will
iu ine ulu " -
,el, house for her father until
ned by Mrs. Woods and Miss Helen
vcds, who will go up at the close of
:hool.
THE EVENING TELEGRAM. I AKELAND, FLA., MONDAY, MARCH 18,1918
PAGE FIVE
Mr. and Mrs. Gecy W. Rowell, who
Lve spent the past four months at
19 Norm tveuiuinj a j tiiut, MiiTt tu
rrow for their home In New York,
t - A T A -
ping enrouie ai uayiona eeacn,
Augustine and Jacksonville. They
ve greatly enjoyed their stay in
keland and expect to return next
toher.
T t- J JJ 1 1 .
IMrs. Mary nucmngaun uiea lasi
Ut at the Morrell Hospital after a
weeks illness. The funeral ser
ies were conducted at 1 o'clock to-
at the cemetery by Rev. Wallace
Par. Ino uecettoou iraica a. buii,
Irl Morris, who has the sympathy of
Inv friends in his great loss.
Secretary of Agriculture
David Houston And Other
National Notables, To Be In
Lakeland Wednesday Night
n2VnTtm?. f. the LakolandWnal plan to go direct to Tampa.
, mai 1S scheduled to
take place at the Elks Club on Wed-'
nesday evening next, the 20th instant,
will be marked by the presence of
some notable guests, among them be
ing the Hon. David F. Houston, Secre
tary of Agriculture; Lieutenant Peri
gord, of France; Hon. Arthur E. Bes
tor, Director of the Council of Nation-
al Defense; prof. Bertram Nelson, of
the University of Chicago; Prof. P.
H. Rolfs, of Gainesville, Chairman of
the State Council of Defense and L.
B. Skinner, Chairman of Council of
Defense for Hillsboro County.
These distinguished people have
been invited by the Lakeland Rotary
Club to change cars at Plant City and
come to Lakeland on Wednesday
evening instead of carrying out their
The Secretary) of Agriculture and
Lieutenant Perigord bring a special
message from our President and our
ally, Prance, and will have a place
on the Rotary program.
In this connection it is desired to
draw the attention of Lakeland peo
ple to a big meeting to be held at
the Tampa Bay Casino on Thursday
night, March 1st where an opportuni
ty will be given to hear the gentle
men above referred to. This is not
a Tampa but a South Florida gather
ing and it is expected that large num
bers of out-of-town people will at
tend. It is expected that Governor
Catts will be present to preside over
this meeting and he may also be
present at the Rotary meeting here
on Wednesday night.
Idlnjl
Vr and Mrs. u. u. weaver arnvea
... in. T AL! 1
It nigul irora mi. vemuu, umu, anil
the guests of their niece, Mrs,
Steitz, at her home in Rosedale.
Weaver and Mrs. Steitz's mother,
Hayes, are brother and sister,
both being here, their visit will
all the more enjoyable, Mrs. Hayes
tg down for the winter a guest of
Steitz.
GREAT COUNCIL OF
RED HEN Will MEET
HERE TOMORROW
Irs. Minnie Cook, wife of McD,
Ik, died yesterday afternoon at
i p. m. at the home of her mother,
. Lizzie Starling, on Rushing
be, after a prolonged illness. The
lal will take place at Socrum this
Irnoon at 3 p. m., where her sister,
Robert Brown, was buried just
sen months ago. Mrs. Cook would
been 20 years old the 24th of
month.
21 YOUNG HEN
CALLED 16 THE
COLORS F RON POLK
COUNTY AT THIS TINE
pout $15 was realized from the
sales of the Red Cross edition
he Lakeland Advertiser. A booth
I lain street was presided over by
es Louise Cowdery, Louise Smith.
lorie Hetherington and Mary
per, at which place the sales were
This afternoon the High
lol Cadets are giving the edition a
distribution, and it will be in
lands of every person in Lakeland
lonight. The entire amount se-
by advertising and subscrip
ts not been totaled," but it will
ut to over $300, which splendid
m will go to the Red Cross.
The Great Council of Florida, Im
proved Order of Red Men, will open
their annual session in this city to
morrow morning in the Odd Fellows
Hall at 9 o'clock, at which time about
100 Red Men from all parts of the
State, are expected to be present,
The session will continue for two
days, and local members as well as
visitors, are looking forward to a
pleasant and profitable session.
Already a good many of the Great
Chiefs have arrived and, more are
expected on the evening and morn
ing trains. The Council will be pre
sided over by Great Sachem D. B.
Harris, of Leesburg. The Council's
headquarters will be at the Kibler
hotel.
An open session will be held from
9 to 10 o'clock tomorrow morning, at
which time addresses of "welcome will
be made, to which the public is cord!
ally invited.
Copy for display advertising in the
Evening Telegram MUST be in by
noon, or we cannot guarantee inser
tion on that day. 5,000
The Lakeland Highlands Coopera
tive Association has opened up a
handsome suite of offices in the
Evening Telegram building, with Mr.
E. J. Kauffman in charge.
FOR SALE Ford Tour Car, bought
new last November, E. W. Hanke,
1011 S. Florida Ave, 7337
Twenty-one of Polk County's young
men in Class 1-A, have received their
notices to be ready to entrain for
Camp Jackson on March 29th and
30th. This represents Polk's quota
which is to go at this time. Among
those who will go from Lakeland at
this time are Ludie Edwards, Judge
Anderson, C. U. Jackson, and Wallace
Riggins. The list of those who are
called follows:
Judge Anderson.
T. L. Embry.
C. V. Kanode.
W. T. Dodd.
C. U. Jackson.
D. C. Curry.
G. W. Pray.
Jesse V. Tinner.
C. V. Roberts.
W. II. Johnson.
Ludie Edwards.
A. II. Freeman.
L. Franklin.
W. M. Hurst.
W. R. Williams.
A. E. Thomas.
A. A. Harnage, Jr.
E. A. Combee.
D. H . Shumate.
Augustus Wilson.
J. H. Hamacher.
L. W. Riggins.
Phillip Carroll.
71 negroes have also received their
notification to go at this time.
tm Scandal! Scandal! Scandal!
A heroine who Stops the clock of Convention and tries to Wind it again
The CASINO Today I Thursday
ITHS
MONTHS
. .APirr im "ftCAN-
PRESENTS THE BEAUTIFUL CONSTANCE iLmwi-
dal," the play is all that the title implies; it
rlMTDnMR SELF-
DRIVES HOME A STRONG MORAL, A nt.-"-WILLED
GIRL WHO JEOPARDIZES HER REPUTATION AND THE
" . umlM. IT POINTS THE
HAPPINESS OF HER FAMILY FOK A wmm,
DANGER OF PARENTAL NEGLECT AND YOUTHFUL DISREGARD
(OF OLD STANDARD CONVENTIONS AND SHOWS THAT INDIS
L. icm'TO DISASTER.
ntTlONS, HOWEVER INNOCENi,
THE STORY IS THAT SORT OF THING THAT HAPPENS DAI LV
. otr uilMAN AND
tVERYWHERE AND' ITS CHARACTER
I Al. .
LWABLE.
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The Million Dollar
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Friday
First Episode of
"Vengeance and the
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The Greatest Serial
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Don't Miss This
After Supper Sale
10 Per cent Discount On All Merchandise
W I 1
This Sale which we
will stage tomorrow
evening. (Tuesday)
isgoing tobeahum
mer; it will make
"tabletalk"forsome
time after! it is all
over.
Rfr 1,4,
wet
We want to make it outstrip in value-giving any
event which we have held heretofore; and to do it
we will offer our entire stock of Spring Merchandise
at the biggest price reductions of the season.
So just as soon as the dishes have been
cleared away be sure to be on hand to profit by the
saving the purchase of every article will secure for you
QUARTERLY HONOR RQU
FOR QUARTER ENDING
MARCH 8TH
In order to be on the following hon-
W'COll it la necessary to have a schol
arship average above 75 per cent and
deportment not below 90 per cent.
GRADE XII
Kertie Barrett, 95.
Margaret Harrison, 93.
Evalyn Adams, 92.
Hazel Padrlck, 91.2.
Gladys Davis, 86.2.
GRADE XI-A
Roy Mitchell, 97.5.
Vesta Todd, 92.
Henry Scarr, 91.5.
D. H. Sloan, 90.75.
Mary Weaver, 90.5.
GRADE XI-B
Bertha Thompson, 86.5.
Harry Amldon, 85.
Marion Hetherington, 83.
Maude Roberts, 81.5.
Kcrby Blaine, 80.5.
GRADE X-A
Ellen Wiitsoa, 92 5-6.
Jonnie Haynes, 92 4-5.
Ernest Terrell, 85.8.
Mabel Scott, 84.4.
Marian Patterson, 83.6.
GRADE X-B
Kerfoot Bryant, 93.4. '
Helen Stacy, 89.8.
Maud Byrd, 89.8.
Alice Redgrave, 881-3.
Clayton Bronson, 85.
GRADE IX-A
Dora Cox, 97.6.
V. B. Anderson, 93.6.
Elsie Cox, 91.
Helen Morse, 90.8.
Marguerite Owens, 90.
,v GRADE IX-B
Caroline Stacy, 94.
Maria Anderson, 92.
Charles Jackson, 92.
Tyler Jackson, 91.
Edward McCorkle, 85.
GRADE VIII-A
Holland Crevasse, 96 5-8.
John Cannon, 89.5.
Leland Mlddaugh, 88.5.
Peth Baxton, 88 3-S.
Mildred Smith, 84.25.
GRADE VIII-B
Honor Glover, 96.5.
Mortimore Haynes, 95.
Louise Farrow, 91.5.
Frances Stanley, 89.25.
Leslie Williams. 88 5-8.
GRADE V1II-C
Earl mtcn, 848-1
Ruth Swindell, 80 1-8.
Douglas Van SIckler, 78 5-8.
Leonard Rush, 76.
Gertrude Redgrave, 75 7-8.
Douglass VanSIckler ranked first
in the second quarter. By oversight
his name was not printed at all.
GRADE VII-A
Frances Gunn, 94 6-7.
Geraldine Jordan, 92 5-7.
Dorothy Toph, S0 3-7.
John Kennedy, 86 6-7.
Clifford Hawley, 86 5-7.
GRADE VII-B
Louis Brown, 915-7.
Hattie Leonard, 912-7.
Isabelle Todd, 90 3-7.
Nan Melton, 83 5-7.
Charlotte Redgrave, 88 4-7.
GRADE VII-C
James Kelley, 95.57.
Raymond Clary, 92.27.
John Wright, 90.85.
Helen Boswell, 90.62.
Wayne Bevia, 89.14.
GRADE VI-A
Sallie Bryant, 97 5-8.
Edna Hand, 95.2.
Mary House, 93.2.
Winnie Hawkins, 90.8.
Donnle Miller, 861-6.
GRADE VI-B
Clemmie Colson, 91.6.
Esther Clonts, 91.4.
Edward Smailes, 90.8.
Dorothy Veach, 89.4.
Kathleen Wynne, 85.4.
GRADE VI-C
Elizabeth Yarnall, 931-3.
Grace Haldeman, 92 5-6.
Helen Sneed, 89 2-3.
Ethel Carter, 85.
Raymond Mardis, 85.
GRADE VI-D
Effie Pritchett, 941-3.
Sidney Betts, 92.5.
Lucius Bryant, 87 2-3.
Clifford Anderson, 87 1-6.
Evelyn O'Doniel, 85 2-3.
GRADE V-A
REYNOLDS
Oeland Smith, 94.
Winifred Harrison, 93.6.
H. K. Hooks, Jr., 89. ,
Enoch Thomas, 84.4.
Helen Green, 83.8.
GRADE V-B
Viola Bryant, 92 4-7. ,,
Josephine Swatts, 92 2-7.
Winnifred Moore, 911-7.
Louise Scarlett, 90 6-7.
Dorothy Litchfield 90 4-7.
, GRADE V-C
William Hampton, 95.9.
Edward Sloan, 94 6-7.
Louise Rodrick, 9s 1-7.
Dowling Keith, 93.
Bermla Odora, 92 5-7.
GRADE V-D
Bracey Richardson, 91.14.
Gladys Kennedy, 90.
Marjorie Hyde, 88.86.
Bernice Nickerson, 88.57.
Kathleen Livingston, 87.57.
GRADE IV-A
Jeanette Jordan, 96.
Evelyn Brysh, 95.
Roy WilliamB, 94.5.
Annie Kunz, 94.4.
Iva Wrenn, 94.3.
Florence Hewitt, 93.1. '
Johnnie Lee Varn, 92.1.
Mildred Tschdy. 90.6.
Fannie Nissenberg, 90.2. s""'
GRADE IV-B
Katie Timmons, 96 1-3.
Charles Redgrave, 94 5-7.
Marvin Garrison, 93 2-3.
John Robert Layton, 91 5-9. ' H
Viola Sutton, 91 1-3.
Alvie Weaver, 91 1-3.
Carl Turner, 912-9. vl
Buster Brown, 90 8-9.
Susie Wheeler, 901-3.
Gladys Bryant, 901-3.
GRADE IV-C
Miss Ruth Abel has been ill since
the last examination and therefore
has been unable to give the class
grades for the last quarter in to make
(Continued on page 8)
"WE OWN THE LAND"
Castor Beans and Sea Island Cotton
Will both produce splendid returns when planted snd properly eared
for on our lands In the "Webste Belt" of Sumter County.
We have cleared land, resdy for the plow perfect drainage, sweet,
dark. soli. '
$40X0 PER ACRE YOUR OWN TERMS
"WE DONT MIND 8HOWINQ YOU"
Florida and Georgia LandfCo.
KIBLER HOTEL BLDQ. LAKELAND, FLORIDA

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