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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
Mrs. W. S. Irvin spent Wednesday In Dade City, where she went to at tend a funeral. S. G. Kennedy, general foreman of the Atlantic Coast Line shope, leaves tonight for a short business trip to Jacksonville. Maynard Froemke, of the Evening Telegram, has returned from Wash ington, D. C., where he went on busi ness, accompanied by Mrs. Froemke. J. G. Gallemore and A. J. True blood of the Bartow Record were business visitors to Lakeland Wed nesday. Mrs. Truby O'Steen and charming little daughter, Mary Beth, of Col lege avenue, have returned from a three months’ visit to McDonald, Pa. Dr. S. H. Toy, formerly of Lakeland, who is now practicing in Umatilla, will leave for home Friday after spending a few days here on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Tompkimi, of GO2 East Park street, have left for Cin cinnati, Ohio, where they will visit with relatives and friends. Mrs. I. C. McPherson of 1400 South Tennessee avenue has returned from a pleasant visit with relatives n Washington, D. C., and Rochester, N. Y. Miss Olive Woods, of Auburndale, was a visitor to Lakeland Wednesday to attend the Breathitt-McLeod wed ding and Avas the guest of Mrs. M. C. Thigpen, of 107 West Lemon street. Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Tompkins and little son, who have been making their home in Lake Alfred for several months, have returned to Lakeland and taken up their residence on Fin ney street. Julian H. King, of South Success avenue, has left for Jacksonville, where he goes as a delegate from the Fiist Baptist church to the Baraeca- Philathea convention. E. S. Hugger, of the Hugger Broth ers Construction Company, of Mont gomery, Alabama, is in Lakeland for a few days for his company which has the contract for the erection of South ern College. R. L' Eaton of Monticello, candidate for the office of railroad commission er, group 2, is a visitor to Lakeland, the guest of his brother, Hon. O. M. Eaton, state senator, at his home on Lake avenue. .1. D. Hardesty, of Montgomery, Ala bama, purchasing agent for the Hug ger Brothers Construction Company, left for home today after spending a tyeek in Lakeland on business con nected with the erection of Southern College. Mrs. Helen Kennedy will leave Fri day for her home in Kinston, North Carolina, after a delightful three months’ stay in Lakeland at the home of her son, S. G. Kennedy, 500 South Florida avenue. Prof. L. J. Freese, who spent this winter in St. Petersburg, has left for his home in Eureka, 111., after a short visit in Lakeland with his brother. G. W. Freese, of South Florida ave nue. Mrs. P. E. Chunn left today for her h-cme in Chicago after spending sev eral months in Lakeland with her sister, Mrs. William Steitz. Robert and Thomas Dudley, the twin sons of Mrs. G. W. Dudley, who have been visiting in Maitland, are expected to reach Lakeland today to join Mrs. Dudley, who s located at the Lakeland Santarium. Mrs. Ella S. Hall, who has been spending the winter at her Lakeland home at 411 South Lake avenue, left today for her home in Manchester, New She was accom panied by* her sister, Mrs. Frances Rags ter, of Boston, Massachusetts, who has been spending several months with her, and by her niece. Mrs. Muriel Gaskins, of Lakeland, who will spend some time at the homo of her parents in Clinton, Massachu setts. Money Has No Home Money is a circulating medium. 'lt circulates freely. It is in your pocket today and in some other man’s pocket tomorrow. No man gets ahead materially by trying to hang onto a circulating medium, for money of itself will not increase —you must buy something with it. Deposit your money in a bank and you buy a credit, and that credit will increase by the interest on it. Keep add ing to your deposit, and your credit continues to grow. Don’t try to hang onto mere money—it is the wrong system. Central State Bank Mrs. J. G. Stephens left today for her home in Louisville, Kentucky, af ter a stay of several months in Lake land, where she was a guest at “Grey locks," the home of her son, S. M. Stephens on Lake Hollingsworth Drive. Mrs. Stephens, who has been a regular visitor to Lakeland for many years, celebrated her eightieth birthday while here. She will be ac companied as far as Jacksonville by her son. Mrs. J. H. Moseley of Vinton, Va„ who is remembered by her many Lakeland friends as Miss Irma Tram mell, is expected to reach Lakeland today, accompanied by her little daughters, Ruth and Julia TANARUS., to spend the next two weeks with her mother, Mrs. E. R. Trainme.i, 301 West Peachtree street. Sorosis Club Meets Tor-ight The Sorosis Club will meet this eve ning at 7:30 at the home of Mrs. W. F. Sneed, 521 South Tennessee avenue Important business matters will conic up, and an interesting feature of tin evening will be an inspection of tin club house recently purchased by tin organization. Mrs. Hansard's Class Holds Delightful Picnic The Sunday school class of Mrs. John Hansard had a delightful swim tiling party and picnic Wednesday at ternoon at Flaming Arrow camp on Crystal Lake, the occasion being ir. honor of two of the members, Lida Carnes and Lucinda Cox, who will soon leave for their homes aftei spending the winter here. All features of the occasion wert much enjoyed including a swim in the iake and a delicious picnic lunch, which included ice cream. Members of the class present, wert Sarah Trammell, Ruth Marshall, Mary Louise Johnson, Lena Williams, Fay Tucker, Arthur McGinness, Alice Streater, Frances Boring, lone Kirk land, Lida Carnes, Lucinda Cox and Margaret Moore. Others who were present and assisted with the affait were Mr. and Mrs. W. Fiske Johnson, Wilbur Johnson Jr., Margaret John son and John Hansard Jr. Methodist Class, Net. 3, to hold Business and Society Meeting Class No. 3 of the First Methodist Sunday school, Mrs. Geo. E. Southard teacher, will hold a business and so cial meeting this evening at 7:311 al the Men’s Bible Class rooms. The husbands are invited to be present as guests of honor, and plans are being perfected to make this a noteworthy occasion. Dixieland Circle No. 1. Changes Place of Meeting Circle No. 1 of the Dixieland Ladies Aid Society will meet Friday after noon at the home of Mrs. Martin or South Florida avenue and Patterson street. All interested are invited. No tice is called to the fact that the place of meeting has been changed, it having been planned to hold the meet ing with Mrs. Snyder on West Hunter street. Dr. and Mrs. W. PJ. Bevis Honored at Preity Party Mrs. W. G. Waring very delight fully entertained in her home on South Florida avenue Tuesday even ing in honor of Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Bevis, of Augusta. Georgia, former residents of Lakeland. Black-eyed Susans formed the ef fective decorations in the living room and den, and in the dining room olean ders were very gracefully arranged. Rook formed the very pleasant di version of the evening, and nine tab les were in play. Delightful musical numbers were rendered by Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Good and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. King. A delicious ice course was served after the games, and fruit punch was served during the evening. Among those present were Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wheeler, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Hutchinson. Mr. and Mrs. George Brantley, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pickard, Mr. and Mrs. F. Price Bennett, Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Terrell. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Pulliam, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. King. Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Good. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Southard, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Norvell, Mr. and Mrs T. L. Waring. Mrs G. W. Watson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Bolton. TEACHER AND PRIVATE TUTOR— Experienced also in clerking, secre tarial work, farming and dairying. wishes position or pupils. Address “M,” care Telegram. LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. THURSDAY, APRIL 20, 1922 Bra. iiiitt McLeod Wedding Is Pretty and Impressive A pretty ceivnu ny a I the First Presbyterian churcn . ril.iv morn ing united tlie lives of Kate Me Leod of this ol.y and Air. Harvio Breathitt, of Winona Lake, Indiana. Long before the appointed hour, eleven o’clock, streams of interested friends made their way to tile church. Potted palms and ferns and long vines of lace ferns were use 1 as a back ground for the profusion of white chrysanthemums and the vases ol' Easter llllies used as tile floral note in the decorations. Lace ferns and chrysanthemums covered the railings, j curtained the choir loft and twined over a little white arbor erected over the spot where the ceremony was to take place. Dr. J. W. Kutrow, Frank H. Thomp son, E. B. Dickerson and Edward B.; Bufonl officiated as ushen. Preceding the ceremony Miss Kath erine Kaufman, in her usual charming! voice, rendered “Because,” by Guy: d’liardeiot, and was ably accompanied j by Mrs. Frank Thompson. Miss Kauf-j man and Mrs. Thompson were wear- j ing pretty summer frocks with large! black hats. Tlie bridal party entered to the | strains of the wedding march from 1 "Lohengrin,” l)r. C. I. Stacy, pastoi | of the church, awaiting them at the | altar. Entering in opposite aisles came Mr. j Irvin Fraley, cousin of tlie bride, as; groomsman, and Miss Hazel Ormsby ! as bridesmaid. Miss Ormsby’s slight figure was becomingly attired in a | charming frock of shadow organdie in pale green. She wore a white hat trimmed in locust blossoms and car ried a large bouquet of Killarney roses. Miss Genevieve Duggan was the lovely maid of honor and was wear ing a pretty frock of lavender organ die with a lavender hat, trimmed ir apple hjossoms, and she carried a large bouquet of Killarney roses. No daintier little ring-bearer wat ever seen than Barbara English, tin little daughter of Mrs. Lessie O. Eng lish. Barbara was gowned in pin! organdie with many ruffles and car ried the precious ring in the scentei depths of an Easter lily. The dear little flower girl was Hel en Mary Pinch, little daughter of Mr. Mrs. W. H. Mitchell Entertained Progressive Rook Club, Wednesday j Mrs. W. 11. Mitchell was the charm ing hostess to the Progressive Rook j Club Wednesday in her new home on ' South Missouri avenue. G'adiolas and asters beautifully i decorated the rooms. Punch war served as the guests arrived, and dur ing the afternoon. In the refreshments the Easter season was carried out in the ic’ cream moulded into the shape of an Easter lily, and in the favors which were dainty little Easter baskets filled with candy. The hostess was assisted in serv ing by Mrs. Paul O'Doniel and Mrs | A. Raymondo. The members present were Mrs. W. j F. Sneed. Mrs. W. H. Pickard. Mrs ; T. Dobson. Mrs. H. E. Cole. Airs. C. I H. King. Mrs. A. F. Pickard. Mrs. R ' E. Lufsey. Mrs. Paul O'Doniel. Mrs. j C. E. McClamnta. Mrs. J. H. Nevi'le, j Mrs. W. W. Chase, Mrs. W. S. Mv rick. Additional e-uests were Mrs F i P. Bennett. Brs. George Watson. Mrs. | G. P. Brantley. Mrs. I. W. Bowen. ! Mrs. A. M. Davis, Mrs. J. E. Orncv. j Mrs. B. H. Pulliam. Mrs. A. .1. Pru-j itt. Miss Willie Hartwell, Mrs. J. M. j Gross, Mvs. M. G Waring, Mrs. J. W. | Turner. Mrs. H. F. Pearson, her sis- j ter, Mrs. M S. Crawford of St Loirs.j Missouri. Mrs W. C. Norvell, Mrs. A. Raymondo. Wednesday Afternoon Bridge Club Entertained by Mrs. Homer Holley Mrs. Homer Holley very delightful ly entertained the Wednesday After noon Bridge Club at her home on McDonald street Wednesday after noon. Easter lilies formed the very ef fective decorations. Two tables were in play, the win ner of the high prize being Mrs. W. H. Munn, who received a pretty ever sliarp pencil. The cut prize, a dainty lemon fork, was given to Mrs. H. E. Memminger, and Mrs. Dick Cornelison received the guest prize, a beautiful bud vase- At the conclusion of the afternoon a delicious salad course was served. Those present were Mrs. W. H. Munn, Mrs. H. E. Memmnger, Mrs. Barnwell Fuller, Mrs. R. R. Sullivan. Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mrs. Richard Cor nelison, Mrs. Gerald Froemke, Miss Nanette Gilmore. IMPORTANT GROVE DEAL A grove deal in which the consid-' eration was $25,500, was consummat ed Saturday, when a ninety-acre tract in the Lake Garfield section was sold by George W. Mann to C. E. Dayvault of Pembroke. Mann had recently purchased the property from Mrs. E. C- Hughes. The tract is one of the most desira ble in the Garfield section, according | to experienced citrus men, and is lo- ; cated near the nurseries. The clay road runs through it, and a small | lake, in which many of the twelve pound variety have been hooked, is one of the attractive assets within its | borders. Forty acres of the plot are planted in groves. Of these, ten acres are bearing, twenty acres have a two year-old planting, and ten acres are in one-year-old trees. Mr. Dayvault, the buyer, now runs the commissary at Pembroke, and it is probable that he will become a resident of the Lake Garfield section in about a year.—Polk County Rec ord. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank the many friends who were so kind during the last ill ness of our sister, Mrs. G. T. Ware, and we also wish to thank those who so kiu4Dr sent floral remembrances. and Mrs. C. O. Pinch. She, too, was ! wearing many ruffles of pink organ die and carried a little white basket of rose petals. The lovely bride entered on the arm of her uncle, Mr. T. J. Fraley. She v.-as particularly charming in her wed ding dress of gray faille silk, trimmee in tangerine georgette and real lace with wide hat of tangerine. She was carrying a lovely boJLjuet of bride’s roses and lillies of the valley, tied wi ll streamers of tulle. The handsome groom entered will ilia best man. Mr. Howell McLeod brother of the bride. After the simple and impresiivt ceremony, the bridal party left tin church to Mendelssohn's weddin;. march, played by Mrs. Thompson. Immediately after tlie wedding i lovely luncheon was served at the home of the bride’s uncle and aunt Mr. and Mrs. T. J. Fraley. Easter lillies and roses made tin beautiful and fragrant decorations, and the plate cards bore dainty won ding designs. A delicious tlireo-course luncheon was served, the guests being tlie mem i tiers of the wedding party. Mr . Frale; i was assisted by Mrs. (). Pinch, Mrs ! (). Wheeler, .Mrs. Geo. P. Brantley i Mrs. .1. R. Duggan, Mrs. Bessie O. [ English and Mrs. (’. E. Todd. i In ascending the stairs, the bride : threw her lovely bouquet and it was I caught by Miss Hazel Ormsby. Mr. and Mrs. Breathitt left early this afternoon in their car for Winona Lake, Indiana, where they will make their home. The bride's going-awav suit was of navy Poiret twill, emhroid i ered in henna, worn with a blouse and | hat to match. Mrs. Breathitt has lived all her life | in Lakeland and is loved by all who i know her, so sw’eet is her character | and so charming her manner. She i- 1 the daughter of the late Mr. and Mrs i A. T. McLeod, and, since the death of' her parents, has made her home with \ her uncle and aunt, .Mr. and Mrs. T j J. Fraley. The groom is the son of Mrs. Kat Breathitt, of Winona Lake. Indiana He is a member of a prosperous am highly respected family, and is er. gaged in Chautauqua work. FUNERAL MR. GLOVER , Funeral services over the remains I of tlie late L. Glover will be held Fri- I day afternoon at 4 o’clock at the C.en I try-Futch chapel, and will lie conduct ! ed by Rev. A. C. Pinkston, pastor of i the First Christian church, assisted | by Dr. C. I. Staey, pastor of the Firsf Presbyterian church. The choir of the First Christian thur li will g'vc a selection. Interment will be made in Roselawn cemetery. CIRCUIT COURT The case of Sanford Shie'ds vs Jacob Kirch was decided -:i favor o’ | the plaintiff, this being an ejectment suit. This conc'uded tlie present ses ! sion of the court, which recessed until April 25, when the grand jury will go into a special session. Judge j Edwards went to Bartow today le j sentence the prisoners. 100 LUTE 10 CLASSIFY ! FOR SALE —Are you interested in a beautiful five room bungalow, fur nished or unfurnished, in view of lake, that can be bought for $4,500, small payment down, balance like rent. CLARENCE T. BISHOP, Realtor Phone 826, Suite !) and 10, Telegram Building. FOR" RENT—I Save iTfew”bungalows listed with me within the last twen ty-four hours, which I can rent for $25 to S4O per month. If interested telephone or call at once, as they will not last any time. CLARENCE T. BISHOP, Realtor. Phone 826 Suite 9 and 10, Telegram Building. FOR SALE—Have two eighl room homes. Beautiful grounds and sur roundings. Must lie sold within thirty days. Terms. CLARENCE T. BISHOP. Realtor. Phone 826. Suite 9 and 10. Telegram Building. TOR SALE —Beautiful lot on south side with small home on same. On account of leaving Lakeland, must sacrifice price of property. Can be bought for $1,200. Will take good, used, small car as part payment. CLARENCE T. BISHOP, Realtor. Phone 826. Suite 9 and 10, Telegram Building. FOR SALE j Victrola, practically new, cost $l5O. Large assortment Red j Seal and other records, all for $53.00 ' Stickney Fern Stand $ 5.00 Inlaid Tea Wagon SIO.OO Roller Bearing “Keen Kutter” Lawn Mower $ 4.00 E. Y. QUINN, JR., Route B, Box 181 A. FOR RENT—Three ground floor rooms, furnished for housekeeping. Close in. No objections to children. Will make price right. Phone 589 j Red. | FOR RENT —Four room modern fur nished apartment. Close In, $25 per month. 102 East Bay street, back of Baptist church. NOTICE —This is to advise all real estate dealers who have my prop erty listed for sale that I am with drawing it from the market. E. R. Giddings. FOR SALE at a bargain and on terms, my 14-acre truck farm, including crop, located 3V4 miles from Lake land on Dixie Highway. This place has anew 4-room house. 5 acres good celery or strawberry land. 75 grape vines, 2 acres Irish potatoes, balance in tomatoes, cantelopes, squash, water melons, corn, sweet potatoes, and pumpkins. Crops now growing will take care of first pay ment. See Mr. Boyer, Hotel Lake • T*° d ‘ , 'rf rtiVi lYhiifM k. L. TATON IN RACE FOR R. R. COMMISSIONER Mr. L. Baton, of Monticello, who is the guest of his brother, Hon. O. M. Eaton, is in the race for railroad com missioner, group 2, and the state press is enthusiastically endorsing his campaign, which gives every indica tion of being successful. Among the many notices given Mr. Eaton's candidacy, we clip the follow ing from the Fort Myers Leader: "R. L. Eaton, owner of the Girard eau Seed Farm at Monticello, was a caller at The Leader office yesterday, while in the city making friends, and incidentally talking about his coming race at the primary for railroad com missioner, Group 2. "Mr. Eaton was born in this slat.- up near Lake City, where lie now i . one of the biggest water melon s -d producers in the largest water melon seed sp, tiou ;of the world, licfore he went into the seed-growing business he was a railroad man for four.een years, and says that he knows the people'.-, need... both from the railroad man’s point of view, and from tii ■ shippers, and be lias a Inudabp- de sire to give in Ibis capai-iiy l':iill*till constructive service. "Mr. Eaton states that, he is very confident that in tin* primaries in .1 une. lu* will w in over iiis opponent, hands down." FOOD SALE The Woman's Service League <>i: All Saints church will hold a food sale in Munn Park Saturday morning.! beginning at ten o'clock, when delic ious pies, cakes, candies, salads and (ther delicacies will be put on sal for the benefit of the League's general fund. AUCTION SALE —of— Household Furniture Friday, April 21, at 2 and. m. In Apartments, over Cionts’ Stcrd (Oak dining table, 4 dining chairs, !)xl2 rug, couch and pad, cot inai tress, 2 while iron bedsteads, brass bedstead, spring and mattress, whit< iron bed, spring and ma'tress, :! iuk dressers, 2 oak washstnr.ds. H chair:-, bowl and pitcher, slop jar, hook case, 3-burner oil stove, 2 kitchen sates, kitchen table, et-. Remember location Over Clou's' store. B. H. H.4RNLY, Auctioneer Phone 593 at The Clouts Store FANCY VOILES yard **** 500 yards new voiles, small dots, blues, reds, greens, lav enders and blacks, displayed in window. SPORT SILKS QQ yard <pl.OJ Green, white, lavender and rose, for suits and skirts. Li LADIES’ BATHING SUITS A new assortment of wool bathing $4.00 T 0 $7.00 The Cionts Store Lakeland, Florida THE BEST INVESTMENT is the one where your funds are safe. Why take chances with so serious a thing as an investment which means your future security? It doesn’t cost anything to talk the matter over with your banker, and it gives you a very definite advantage over the man who follows a “hunch’’ without investigation. Consult your banker first. First National Bank of Lakeland Jk one-eleven cigarettes ■ "A Three Trii-iiitl)) VIRGINIA In anew package that fits the pocket — At a price that fits the pocket-book The same unmatched blend of Turkish. Virginia and Burley Tobaccos Guaranteed by (Jf|) *lll FIFTH AVE. .Mrs. It. .1. Browning unci daughter. Mi:ts Annie, have left for Cordele, Gsergai, where Mrs. Browning, who lias been in ill health for the last two year-, will enter a hospital. They were . ace- iiip.mied iii their car by I’attl Browning, of Cordele, who came down to make the trip with his mother and sister. Mrs. Browning and Miss Browning will 1> • away two months. i Ol'.N'D Bull'll of keys on Hancock I street. Owner can have same by; calling at Telegram Office and pay ing for ad. 1 I AUCTION SALE —of— Furniture, Mdse., Etc. j \l 212 Smith Tennessee \ve. IRguhir Saturday Sale at 2 p. in. I I t of furniture. Balance of grocery stock, consisting j of coffee, tea. brooms, etc. Balance of ladies’ hats going at auc tion, prices absolute.y without re serve. Over 100 hats, variety ot Also children's hats. In usual opportunity. More sh-.es, harness, etc. B. H. KARNLY, Auction Office. 212 S. Tennessee Ave. Office rim tic ."IKS. It s. Hli fill!" PAGE THREE T. N. T. Benefit Friday The an lual benefit curd party of the T. N. T. club will be held Friday af ternoon at the Elks hall room. The tickets, have all been sold, but admis sion may lie purchased at the door. Accommodations will be made for all who care to play bridge, rook, or 500, and for those who do not care to play. Tin* proceeds will go to tin* Children's Home in Jacksonville, which is a - tatc-wlde charity, well worthy of gen erous support. FOR RENT -Two modern apartments, :! rooms and hath. One (i room house furnished. Call 301 Green, after noons. Fraternal Cards Lakeland Lodge 12111, Benevolent and Protective Order of Elks, will meet, in regular session at 3 o'clock this evening. \V. F. SNEED, Exalted Ruler. W.M. STEITSS, Sec. UNITED COMMER CIAL TRAVELERS Lakeland Council No. 5X7 will meet 1C- orro \ night at Xo’clock in the E.ks llall. Visiting members are in . :t( and. 11. L. COLLINS. S. C. W. I*. I'ILLANS. Sec.