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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
LAKELAND’S WEATHER A cool northeast wind brought com fortable weather to this section last night, the mercury going down to 67 degrees before daylight. Early morn ing indications were that showers might pass us by for the present but a light sprinkle fell after 11 o’clock will black clouds far to the south giv ing promise of more rain. The noon temperature was 83 degrees. Miss Glen Mcßae spent Monday in Mulberry the guest of friends. Miss Edith Lasher was among the Lakeland visitors, to Tampa Monday, Mrs. G. B. Clinch, of Mulberry, was among the visitors to Lakeland Mon day. “Dusty’’ GoGodyear, who now makes his home in St. Augustine, is in Lake land today,greeting old-time friends. Norris Upson, of 802 South Florida avenue, has returned home from Geor gia-Tech for the summer vacation. Miss A. E. Bannon and Miss A. M. Bannon were among the Haines City .visitors to Lakeland Monday. **■ "Ulrs. C. of 506 East Pino strict, been ill since Satur day, lids b£.i to improve. t'-wDi) lpH|T _ w7lcrFiner, of Or kAfiln, arc in Lakeland for the day hands with their many '■SHSnds and former associates here. Mr. and Mrs. \J. C. O’Neal and chil dren of Tampa spent Sunday in Lake land, guests at the home of Mrs. O’Neal's mother, Mrs. C. B. Glover. Dr. and Mrs. James B. Lowry, of Mulberry, wero in Lakeland Monday attending to business and calling on friends. ‘ ¥ $ Dressers si Give Attention To Footwear And vve cater to the needs of careful dressers. Just now we are particularly proud of our stock of Pure Silk Hose—lustrous and soft, perfect in fit, alluring in col" or tones. Priced $2, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4 Asa special courtesy to our customers in the Hosiery De partment we are presenting free with every $2 spent in this department a pass to the Casino Theatre to “Beyond the Rocks.” Please remember that theatre passes will be given Thurs day only, and that a pass goes with every $2 spent in our Hosiery Department. Reynolds .SHOCK ABSORBER If you have ever ridden over a rough road in a springless vehicle you will appreciate the usefulness of springs which absorb the shock. Life is generally conceded to be pretty rough road, and there is many a shock coming to the man who is trying to get along without shock absorbers. There aye numerous shock absorbers on the market for such an individual, but the best is a bank account. Ask any man who has one and he’ll tell You. Central State Bank Mrs. Curtis Reynolds and Mrs. Clyde Parrish spent Monday in Tampa on business and pleasure. A. G. Payne, of Jacksonville, gen eral agent of the Louisville and Nash ville railroad, is in Lakeland today on business. Miss Helen Bouchard has returned from a delightful ten-days’ visit at Clearwater, where she was the guest of her coußin, Mrs. Callie Jette. Miss Mabel Parrish, of Blooming dale, is a guest at the home of her brother, Clyde Parrish, of Lake Mor ton Drive. Mrs. E. R. Giddings was a visitor to Tampa Monday accompanied by her daughters, Miss Leota and Catherine. E. D. Groover, a former Cos. D. boy, was calling on old friends and com rades in Lakeland Monday evening, returning to Tampa from a visit with relatives near Live Oak. Mrs. Jno. Ormsby and daughter, Miss Hazel, of 218 New York avenue, and Miss Edith Anderson, of 308 South New York avenue, left at noon today for Chattanooga, Tennessee, where they will spend the next three months. Mrs. C. H. Williams left for Tampa today to attend the Panhellenic card party at the Tampa Yacht and Coun try Club and will be the guest of her daughter, Mrs. Leon Howe. On her return to Lakeland Wednesday, she will be accompanied by Mrs. Howe and her little daughter Leona who will spend some time in Lakeland. Miss Eunice Pipkin, of Mulberry, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pipkin, was among the graduates at the Southern College commencement. Miss Pipkin having received an A. B. diploma. Mr. and Mrs. L. N. Pipkin, Miss Bernice Pipkin and Mr. Luther Pipkin were present at the graduation exercises. personal and separate model k .. .'. Miss Catherine Young, the daugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Young, was one of the graduates of Southern College in the commencement exer cises held at Clearwater Monday morning. Miss Young received her diploma in music, in which she is especially talented. Mr. and Mrs. Young were present at. the gra<i)i(k tion exercises, having gone 'over from Lakeland by automobile that morn ing. BiNy Gillen Celebrates Birthday With Matinee Party Billy Gillen, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Gillen, entertained a few friends Monday afternoon with a matinee par ty, the occasion being his eighth birth day. After seeing the movies, the children were escorted to the ice cream parlor wheVe delightful refresh ments of ice cream and cake were served. Those enjoying the afternoon were Frank Langley, Powell Ott, Jack Get zen, Robert Orell, Wesley Mcßae, Jr., O. M. Swindell and Charles Piplar. Woman’s Service League Holds Pleasant Social Meeting The Service League of All Saints Episcopal church held its social meet ing Monday afternoon at the parish house. Mrs. G. T. Fleming was in charge of the entertainment, and the time was pleasantly spent in an “Authors and Famous Men” contest. Following the contest came a lovely vocal num ber by Miss Helen Shaffer, accom panied by Mrs. H. J. Drane. At the conclusion of the program dainty refreshments of iced tea and cakes were served. Lakelanders Attand Panhellenic Benefit Among the Lakeland people who went down to Tampa this afternoon to at tend the benefit bridge party held at the Tampa Yacht and Country Club by the Tampa Panhellenic Association to aid their scholarship fund, were Miss Julietta Patterson, Miss Ruby Turner, Miss Corinne Patterson, Miss Georgia Pelham, Mrs. J. J. Gilliam, Mrs. John Patterson, Jr., Mrs. W. H. Pickard, Mrs. Carl von Seuter, Mrs. Barnwell Fuller, Mrs. E. N. Morrow, Mrs. H. K. Clonts, Mrs. C. M. Clayton, Miss Mildred Hampton, Miss Gene vieve Duggan, Miss Florence Coni bear, Mrs. J. P. Getzcn, Mrs.. C. H. Williams. LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, TUESDAY, MAY 30. 1922 Laconics HEARING POSTPONED The preliminary tearing in the Stephens flogging case, which was to have been held this morning at 10 o'clock before Judge Holland at Bar tow, was postponed, one reason for the postponement being the fact that Mr. Stephens is not able at present to make the trip to Bartow. NO COURT TODAY Despite the fact that there was an unusually heavy docket, there was no session of the city court today, a postponement having been made to Wednesday morning owing to the indisposition of Judge Allen and the absence from the city of Mayor Pet teway. MEMORIAL DAY OBSERVANCE The American Legion, assisted by the Legion Auxiliary and the Grand Army ot the Republic, is conducting a Memorial Day observance at the Lakeland cemetery this afternoon, ac cording to the program as published. The crowd assembled at Munn Park at 2:30 and a good attendance was indicated. The banks are closed in observance of the day. TEN YEARS AGO May 30 was Thursday. The returns of the recent election showed Park- Trammell for governor; Claude L'En gle for congress; P. W. Hancock, rep sentative; R. B. Huffaker, state attor ney; J. J. Boynton, tax assessor. The Woman’s Club was meeting at the home of Mrs. Guy Wilson. Thos. W. Bryant was at home from the Univer sity of Florida, where he had been graduated with credit. The Telegram chronicled the death of Bessie Louise Smith, the little daughter of Dr. and Mrs. S. F. Smith. FUNERAL WILLIAM PAUL RUTHERFORD A pretty funeral service was held this morning at 10 o'clock at the Gen try-Futch chapel over the remains of little William Paul Rutherford. Many friends of the little one and his fam ily.were in attendance and the many beautiful floral offerings were a fitting accompaniment to the service. Dr, J. M. Gross, pastor of the First Method ist church officiated. Interment was made in Roselawn cemetery. FUNERAL SERVICES MRS. DUNCANSON The funeral service over the re mains of the late Mrs. Isabelle Dun canson was held this morning at 10:30 o’clock, the Rev. G. i. Hiller, rector of All Saints Episcopal church, being in charge. Many neighbors and friends gathered to pay tribute to the mem ory of the deceased, and tlr.s tribute •vas heightened by the lovely floral of ferings. The remains were shipped to De troit, Michigan, for interment, and were accompanied by the niece, Mrs. G. C. Fletcher, Gordon Fletcher and T. Uridge. CLOSING EXERCISES IN CHARGE OF SOPHOMORES There was much merry-making at the closing exercises of the high school auditorium this morning. The Sophomore class was in charge of the program, and members of the class entertained the faculty and stu dent body with many clever songs, and recitations and with music on the piano and on various stringed instru ments. At the conclusion of the regular pro gram, Prof. G. E. Everett called upon the various class officers and members of the faculty for impromptu speech es, which occasioned much enjoy ment. "Peppy’’ songs by the students in general finished the unique pro gram. Peggy Hopkns Joyce, divorced wife of J. Stanley Joyce, millionaire, who returned to New York last week from France, brought six trunks with her gowns and jewel cases which she told customs officials contained jew els and diamonds worth $1,'700,000. Daily Fashion Hint * X. tk, ) \ eecs OUTLINED WITH PUR The popular straight-line frock takes on new interest when it is trimmed with narrow bands of fur. ’- put on .to outline the ntek and'line of-} adjustment;- Blue serge makes up this - appealing model, and the fur used may •' be cither krimmer. beaver or monkey skin. Later in the season the fur could be replaced by braid. Medium size requires 2J4 yards 54-inch serge and 3 yards of trimming. Pictorial Review Dress No. 9605.’ Sizes, 34 -to 42 inches bust and 14 to 20 years. Price, 35 cents. FORT MEADE HEARS POLITICAL SPEAKERS A good crowd turned out in Fort Meade Monday night to hear the coun ty candidates. The audience, how ever, did not warm up to the occa sion, there being very little applause for any of the speakers. The candi dates were all on hand and each said his say. Other dates on the tour are as fol lows: Frostproof on Tuesday, May 30, at 8 p. m. Lake Wales on Wednesday, May 31, at 8 p. m. Haines City on Thursday, June 1, at 8 p. m. Winter Haven on Friday, June 2, at 8 p. m. Lakeland on Saturday, June 3, at 8 p. m. Bartow on Monday, June 5, at 8 p. m. NOTES FROM MORRELL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Mrs. H. E. Memminger was operat ed on Saturday and is doing well. George Coogle was operated on last Tuesday and is getting along very well. S. F. Huckabay- of Dade City, fath er of Mrs. W. M. Hetherington. has undergone an operation and is im proving. D. L. Matthews ot Fort Meade is getting along very nicely. W. R. Hallon has entered the hos pital for medical attention. John Law was sufficiently improv ed to return home Sunday. Harry Conner of Bartow, underwent an operation and is doing well. W. O. Durrance of Bowling Green, has been operated on and is doing fine. CARD OF THANKS We wish to thank our neighbors and friends for their kindness and sym pathy during the illness and death of our aunt, Mrs. Isabella Duncanson, and especially do we thank Dr. J. F. Wilson and Rev. G. I. Hiller for their faithful service, also the ladies of tl\e W. V. A. Mr. and Mrs. George C. T. Taylor, and Son. Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor. Mr. Phil Uridge. Special Shirt Values $3.00 and $3.50 values in best grade madras shirts, sizes 14, Arrow Brand, none better, special, while they last, each, $2.45 See our large window display Ott Clothing Cos. GOLDEN RULE SPECIAL at Myricks TOWEL SALE $1 This is a combination sale consisting of 2,3, 4 and 5 towels for SI.OO. These values must be seen to be appre ciated. Myricks of Lakeland HEAD SUCCESS STORES IS GOING ON BUYING TRIP President J. Leslie Clark of Flor„ ida Furniture Men To Make Long Trip J. Leslie Clarke, secretary and gen eral manager of the Success Furni ture Corporation, with headquarters at Mulberry, Florida, was in the city yesterday. Mr. Clarke was recently elected president of the Florida Re tail Furniture Dealers’ Association at their annual meeting at Miami last month and was instrumental in hav ing the next meeting brought to Tam pa in 1923. Mr. Clarke is one of the most prom inent figures in the furiture business in Florida, is very popular with his friends, and enjoys a large acquaint ance in all parts of the state. He is preparing to leave for the Northern Markets within the next few days and while on this trip he will visit all the northern, southern and west ern furniture manufacturing centers, such as Chicago. Grand Rapids. At lanta. and othe great manufacturing centers where he goes to purchase furniture for the Lakeland Mulberry | and Fort Meade stores. Mr. Clarke will be absent for sev eral weeks on this trip, and will take his time in selecting anew up to date stock of furiture for the Success chain of furniture stores. Heavy Firing Heard London, May 30.—(8y the Associat ed Press.) —Heavy firing occurred on the Tyron-Donegal border at Strabane and Lifford between midnight and 7 o'clock this morning, says a Central News dispatch from Strabane. Sniping from the roofs of houses was continu ous and armored cars and machine guns were in action. The people of botli towns were up all night long in a state of terror. The casualties are not known but ore reported to be heavy. I DEATHS | ■* , X~X~X~X~X-X~X“X~X“X~X~X , S MRS. DORA BERENDSEN. Mrs. Dora Berendsen, of Brooklyn. ,"New York, died at one o'clock this morning at the residence of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wagner on West Patter son street, at the age of eighty-three years. She is survived by a son. Henry A. Berendsen. o$ 'Bangor, Pennsyl vania and by five grandchildren. Mrs. Berendsen. in her latter years, made hen home (or much oH the time with the Wagner family, and was the mother-in-law of Mr. Wag ner's brother. Her sweet, motherly nature endeared her to all who knew her ana she will be greatly miss .ed. Funeral arrangements have not been made pending the arrival of the son. who is expected here Friday. In the meantime, friends may view the remains at the Success Funeral Home. Mrs. Berendsen’s son states that he wll arrive in Lakeland Thursday morning. The funeral service will be held at the Success Funeral Home, 215 South Tennessee avenue, at 3 o’clock Thursday afternoon under the direction of C. E. Henderson. Rev. M. H. Wicknian, pastor of the Grace Lutheran church, will officiate. In terment will be in Roselawn. PERCY M. THOMPSON The many friends of Percy M. Thompson of East Park street will learn with deep regret that his death occurred at the home at 5 o'clock this morning. Mr. Thompson, who was 34 years of age, was born in Lulu, Georgia. He came to Lakeland ten years ago, since when he has been counted among the community's most indus trious and upright citizens. Mr. Thompson fell recently while at work on a residence, and his injuries re sulted in death. He is survived by his devoted wife and 5-year-old daughter. Lucile, who I have the sympathy of a wide circle of friends. The funeral service will be held at the Dixieland Methodist church j Wednesday morning at 10 o’clock, j Rev. D. B. Sweat officiating, and in j terment will be held in Roselawn j cemetery. The Gcntry-Futch Cos. is }in charge of the funeral arrange ment. Mr. Thompson, who felt the shadow lof approaching death, selected his j pallbearers as follows: .1. M. Ger- Ikins, J. A. Jackson, P. J. Everson, | T. I). Contner, D. B. Williams and P. }E. Snyder. The pallbearers are i asked to meet at the residence at j!): 30. Dugger Lumber Company Incorporated Foot of Main Street Phone 400 ROUGH & DRESSED LUMBER YELLOW PINE & CYPRESS SASH, DOORS & MILLWORK, BRICK, LIME, CEMENT SLATE SURFACE ROOFING COMPLETE HOUSE BILLS A SPECIALTY Prompt Service—Low Prices—Quality Guaranteed Polk CountyT rust Cos. Lakeland, Florida Capital $300,000.00 GENERAL BANKING TRUSTS TITLE INSURANCE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For a First-class Home In Lakeland Forty acres of strictly high-grade trucking, grape and strawberry land within three miles of city limits. Fifteen acres in cultivation. One-fourth mile on asphalt road. Large two-story new bouse, 15530. Large two-story tool room and teed room. Storage room with living room upstairs, 30x30. Six-Inch well 543 feet deep, and engine. Blec tric light plant. Four tine Jersey cows. Largo fine mule, harnesa and wagon. Large fine 'strawberry bed for plant—best la state. Large new barn and extra good mule and cow lot. All In eacellent working condition now. Fenced and cross fenced with high hog-tight wire. All toole necessary to run the place Included. Price 130,000. Will take a home up to 312,000 to 515,000 and easy terms (or balance. J. E. MELTON & 'V . ; ■ hr/. Phone 256 Thelma Hotel Bldg* ' Lakeland, Fla. PAGE FIVE Young Man There Are Suits Here You’ll Admire Each day we are adding new styles and new fabrics ii} young men’s suits. GABARDINE TROPICAL WORSTED PALM BEACH and other popular fabrics. The prices are attractvie, t 00512.50 $12.50 T 0 $30.00 $12.50 T 0 $30.00 Lakeland s Best Clothes Shop LAKELAND. FLORIDA Co-operative Advertising The Reynolds Store is featuring in its advertising the coming motion pic- I ture show "Beyond the Rocks,” which j will be shown at the Casino the latter part of the week. At the Reynolds Store, a window is given over to a showing of gowns similar to those worn by Gloria Swanson In "Beyond the Rocks” and the store is announc ing that it will give a ticket to the show with each $2.00 purchase in its silk hosiery department. FOR SALE—At 218 South New York avenue. 1 kitchen table, 1 Bxlo Crex rug, 1 10x12 Crex rug. 15 du plex window shades, 1 basin, 1 small oak table. Phone 763 Blue. *. Will of Miss Mary Connors, 60, -New York, provides that she be bur ied with an extra pillow under her head and that no carriages follow the hearse. If any relatives are discov ered she directed that 31 be given each, “because during my life they had no affection for me. - '