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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
LAKELAND’S WEATHER Polk county escaped the severe blow experienced along the upper Florida Atlantic coast, the storm not penetrating very far inland, accordinj to reports. Locally there have bee.i the usual summer showers throughout most of the county. A downpour trom a black cloudburst that came up out of the southwest dumped mere than a quarter of an inch of rain on Lake land between 12:20 and 12:30 neon to day and more of the same kind of “diet” was in prospect throughout the afternoon. The temperature today has ranged from 70 to 85 degrees^ H. K. Pritchett has returned to Lakeland, after, a few dayß in Jack sonville on business. While there he was a guest at the Seminole Hotel. Joe Brown has been added to the Telegram force for the summer, fill ing the vacancy left by Miss Floy Sails, who will spend some time in the north, returning to her desk in the fall. W. B. Kimbrough of Clearwater, an uncle of Mrs. It. H. Rutherford, was in Lakeland to attend the funeral of little William Paul Rutherford. J. Kimbrough, who spends much of his time in Brooksville. was called to Lakeland by the death of his little grandson, William Pau Ruth erford. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Hooks of Cler- are in Lakeland for a short visit and are guests st the home of Mr. Hook's brother, T. J.' Hooks. Sr., on East Parker street. Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Glazier and daughter Edith left Monday for their home in Malone, New York, after a pleasant winter in Lakeland, during which they were located cn East Pal metto street. ( \ ,~r\ ?. Careful Dressers Give Attention To Footwear And we cater to the needs of careful dressers. f 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 s2*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 a pretty rough road, and there is many a shock coming to the man who is trying to get along without shock absorbers. There are numerous shock absorbers on the market for such an individual, but the best is a bank account. Ask any man who haw one and he’ll tell you. §V. ; A **’ ~. v ■ * Central State Bank . Mrs. W. E. Shelton, of 408 South I Tennessee, had as her guests Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. John Vick, Mrs. Earl Vick, and Mrs. Ezard, of Orlando, who jv*ere enroute to Anna Maria Beach. Mrs. H. J. Drane, Mrs. W. S. Moore, : and Mrs. J. S. Jewett motored down to ! aanipa Tuesday where they visited j iuys. W. B. Curtis. Mrs. M. C. Sumner, of Chula, Geor gia, is in the city the guest of her j „.s<.er, Mrs. H. M. Herrington of North ! Ohio avenue. EenJ. Gctzoff and J. J. Gilliam of the firm of Getzoff, Gladman and Gil liam. are in Plant City today on bus iness. Lieut.-Col. Vivian B. ’ Collins and H. B. Woodehoff of Plant City were visitors to Lakeland Tuesday. Mrs. G. E. Childers of Park Hill avenue, accompanied by her son Bilfy and her sister. Miss Elizabeth Kil gore, has left for a visit to points in North Carolina and Kentucky. ——— A. H. DeVane and family are enjoy ing ii month’s stay at Lake Stearns, located at the Lake Stearns Hotel. Rev. W. J. Bolin and family have moved from 107 West Peachtree street to 311 North Tennessee ave nue. where they have bought the prop erty of T. N. Harris. Mr. and Mrs. G. E. S." 11s and daugh ter. Miss Ploy, of 70S East Lime street, have left to spend the summer at their northern home in Malone. New York. Mrs. W. J. Waring, of 309 South! Dakota avenue, whose conditon has! not been so favorable for j days, is improving again, as her many I friends will be glad to know. Mss Emma Lee Gold, Latin teacher |in the Lakeland high school, will leave the last of the week to spend the summer at her homo in Benton, Kentucky. j Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bland are mov ing from 713 East Orange street to 'the Hotel Franklin whore they have pleasant room on the first floor ; across the lobby from their real es i tate office. | Mr. and Mrs. 'Arthur Edwards and j little son Tillis, of 705 North Gilmore !avenue, will leave Thursday in their jear for Jackson, Tennessee, where they will spend the next six weeks iwitli relatives. * I Back Douglas, of the Mutual In vestment Company, is leaving for a ( visit at his former home in Gaines jville, after which he will take a ten i weeks’ postgraduate course at Cum ! bet-land University. Lebanon. ’ Ten nessee. Lieut.-Col. Francis W. Glover, of the regular army, is in Florida on a ; furlough, the guest of his parents in Fort Meade, and was a visitor to Lakeland Tuesday, accompanied by Reuben of Fort Meade. Mr. and Mrs. Fred T. Benford re turned to Lakeland Tuesday after noon from an extended wedding tour and are receiving the congratulations and good wishes of their many Mends. They are at home at 302 South Kentucky avenue. Clias. P. Zazzali is back in Laltc 'end for a few days looking after bus iness matters here, but will return in a few days to Atlantic City. New Jer sev, where he has large hotel inter ests "lid where Mrs. Zazali and their son Paul are spending the summer. Mrs. Ernest M. Galloway of San ford. vice-president at large of the Florida State Federation of Women's Clubs, will reach Lakeland this af ternoon to be the guest over night of ;Mrs. George M. Wright at her home, ! 301 South Tennesee avenue. G. E. Everett, supervising principal 'of the Lakeland schools, and Mrs. Everett will leave Friday for Ken tucky to spend the summer. Mr. Ev ' erett will attend the slimmer normal j school at Vanceburg. while Mrs. Ev erett will visit relatives and friends LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM. WEDNESDAY, MAY 31. 1922 at her former home, Crab Orchard Springs. Mrs. Frank Sanford, of Lakeland, has been spending some time in Jack sonville, a guest at Hotel Seminole. Entertain Delightfully at Rook Entertains Delightfully at Rook The hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. F. P. Bennett, at 404 East Lime street was the scene of a delightful party Tuesday evening, when that capable host and hostess entertained at rook. Pink lilies, fragrant jasmine, shasta daisies, hydrangea and other garden flowers of the season vied with each other in adding their dainty charm to the occasion. The period devoted to rook was re plete with merriment and good-na tured rivalry, and at the close it was found that C. O. Wheeler had won the gentlemen's prize, a box of lovely candy. Mrs. H. E. Cole made the high score among the ladies and was presented with a pretty handmade j apron. G. W. Mershon received a toy dog as the gentlemen's low score prize, while Mrs. It. L. Cline was low among the ladies and was presented with a dainty fan. Delicious refreshments of Neopoli tan ice cream and cake were served, and delightful punch was dispensed throughout the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bennett had as their guests Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Cole, Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Mitchell, Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Turner, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Tweedell, Mr. and Mrs. F. A. (irether, Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Wheeler, Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Waring, Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Pritchett, Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Hutchinson, Dr. and Mrs. It. L. Cline, Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Pickard, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Kinsinger, Mr. and Mrs. C. H. King, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. P. Brantley, Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Eng lish, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mershon, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Thompson, of Mul berry, Dr. and Mrs. T. C. MeGuire, of Plant City. Mrs. Bennett is entertaining this af ternoon, seven tables of rook being in play. FRANK H. THOMPSON GETS PROMOTION IN MASONRY The forty-second annual assembly of the Grand Council, Royal and Se lect Masters of Florida, came to a close in Jacksonville on Monday night with the election of the following of ficers: E. L. Wirt, grand master, Bartow. T. T. Todd, deputy grand master, Pensacola. John Pasco, grand principal con ductor, Monticello. Olin S. Wright, grand treasurer, Plant City. Wilber P. Webster, grand recorder, Jacksonville. J. M. Caldwell, grand chaplain, Jasper. The following appointments were made: Frank H. Thompson, grand captain of guard. Lakeland. Cary B. Fish, grand conductor of council. Bradentown. R. H. McMaster, grand marshal, Tampa. E. E. Macy, grand steward, Eau Gallie. John W. Capper, grand sentinel, Jacksonville. Those in attendance from Lakeland were Frank H. Thompson, L. W. Bloom and George J. Tolson. Mr. Thompson was honored by being pro moted to the office of grand captain of the guard, a promotion that has caused general satisfaction cn the part of his friends n the various Ma sonic bodies throughout the state. The elevation of Erie L. Wirt of Bar tow to the office of grand master is also looked upon as recognition of valuable services to the order. The seventy-sixth annual convoca tion of the grand chapter, Royal i Arch Masons of Florida, has been in session yesterday and today and will conclude tonight with the election of officers. SHORTHAND AND REVIEWS If sufficient interest is shown. I will teach a complete shorthand course during vacation; also reviews of high school subjects. Phono me 196 Green. E. McCulley- Young Man There Are Suits Here You’ll Admire Each day we are adding new styles and new fabrics in young men’s suits. GABARDINE TROPICAL WORSTED PALM BEACH and other popular fabrics. The prices are attractvie, too — $12.50 T 0 $30.00 $12.50 10 $30.00 ;' f t Lakelands Best Clothes Shop LAKELAND. rLORI^A Laconics SOCIAL SESSION OF ELKS Members of Lakeland lodge of Elks are looking forward with pleasure to tomorrow night's social session, this to follow the brief business session at Bo'dock in the Elks hall in ac cordance with the new program. RAINBOW DIVISION Circle No. 7, Rainbow Division of the Missionary Society of the First Methodist church, will meet with Mrs. W. J. Streater, 503 East Orange street, Friday afternoon at 3:30. CAN DO BETTER The State Bank has on display a •handsome fifty-live pound watermelon from the patch of Fred W. Pope on Lake Hollingsworth Drive. Mr. Pope declares that this is as nothing to what he can do in a good year, the present season having been lament ably dry. SEATS RESERVED FOR GRADUATES’ FAMILIES Prof. G. E. Everett wishes it an nounced that the middle block of seats in the Auditorium tonight will be reserved for the families of the graduates, and requests that friends of the graduates will take seats in the blocks on either side. TEN YEARS AGO. May 31 was Friday. B. T. Bardin sold his ladies furnishing store to N. E. Harrel & Cos., of Pearson. Georgia. C. W. Deen had sold his home in Dix ieland to Mr, Cooke, and had engaged Guy Platt Johnson, the architect, to draw plans for his handsome now home. Mißs Violet Roseberry was preparing to leave for a month's stay in California. A MERITED RECOGNITION Lieutenant-Colonel Vivian B. Col lins, of Plant City, who for years has been a prominent figure in Florida military circles, has received the gov ernor’s recommendation to-the War College, where he will receive a three months’ course of instruction in things military. Colonel Collins was a member of the 124th infantry dur ing the World War and is an officer in the present Florida regiment of National Guards. His many friends and those familiar with his ability as! an officer pronounce this recognition a merited one. STORE MAKES GIFTS TO GIRL GRADUATES The Famous Department Store. 1 through its proprietor, Cyrus Wolfson, has presented each of the girls in the ; graduating class of the high school with a lovely graduation gift. As' •there are twenty-four young ladies in the class and each gift is an article of wearing apparel worth several dol lars, it can be seen that this act is one of great generosity. That the girls are delighted with these beautiful and j unexpected gifts goes without saying, and the Famous Store now numbers | among its many friends, every girl in the class of ’22. APRIL TRADE REPORT. Washington. May 31. —Substantial increases in the production of auto mobiles and building materials were the outstanding features in trade re ports for- the month of April, an- 1 nounced today by the department of commerce. Passenger automobiles produced during the month totalled 196.512, or 30 per cent more than In March, while truck production also showed a substantial gain. In many other lines, the announce ment said, April figures did not show the advance over March conditions that might have been expected from the preceding month, although it was | regarded as an encouraging sign that business for the most part is advanc ing in this less spectacular but more substantial manner. AFFECTS ANGLO-IRISH TREATY London, May 31.—(8y the Associat ed Press.) —Winston Churchill secre tary for the colonies, asserted in the House <•;' Commons today that the agreement reached between the politi cal factions in southern Ireland last Saturday strikes directly at the pro visions of the Anglo-Irish treaty. Special Shirt Values $3.00 and $3.50 values in best grade madras shirts, sizes 14, I4|, 15, Arrow Brand, none better, special, while they last, each, $2.45 Qt /' '■ • ' ‘•" v See our large window display Ott Clothing Cos. Mere are the 3ipi|Mß| Prize Winners I in the <W-CRUSH §a|| I Picture-naming Contest BELOW are listed the names of those who sent in prize-winning titles for the Orange- Crush Picture, reproduced above. The prizes were awarded by a committee selected from well-known citizens of this community. The contest was a great success. Many splendid suggestions were received, and our only regret is that we could not give a prize to everybody who entered the Contest. It was a real task to Cash prizes will be mailed by June 3, 1 922. Other contestants win ning one case Orange Crush will receive same by calling at Coca- Cola plant any time from this date. 1— Dorothy Ballcnger 2 Mrs. Rhetta Palmer 3 Mrs. Bradford 4 Mrs. Ida B. Lusk 5 Mrs. Norma Sinervillc 6 Mrs. H. B. Morse 7 Mrs. C. S. Earley 8 — G. T. Jarvis 9 Billy Suit 10— Cornelia Galloway, Galloway, Fla 11— Ruth Bryan 12— E. J. Barber 13— Lynn Spear 14— Ella May Peddy 15— J. C. Peddy, Jr. 16— J. C. Peddy 17— Miss Edna Hand 18 — Stella Mae Perry 19— Emilie Dickson 20— J. A. Davis 21— Miss Lola M. Trammell 22 Mrs. S. W. Moody COCA-COLA BOTTLING CO. Phone 355 Lakeland. Fla. FRANKLIN HOTEL NOW IN CHARGE OR OWNERS, ' MR. AND MRS. BLAND The Frank liu Hotel on Massachu setts avenue is undergoing a process of cleaning and renovating incident to the change of management. Be ginning June the first, the owners. Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Bland will as sume the management ot' both the rooms and the dining room. Mr. and Mrs. Julian Thomas, who have been in charge of the hotel, will leave for Tampa, where they are to have charge of a hotel now in course .of completion at 408 East Lafayette sticet They carry with them the t good -wishes of many Lakeland friends. M. H, Herman, who has had charge of the dining room and kitchen on a sub-lease, has taken over the up stairs dining room at the Loyal Hotel 1 in connection with his previous inter est in the hotel. Mr. Herman, during j the year that he has been in Lake carefally examine the great number of good titles submitted and then to decide which were entitled to prizes. To all who favored us with sugges tions we express our hearty thanks and appre ciation. We ask that you continue your interest in Orange-Crush, Lemon-Crush and Lime-Crush; and for our part we pledge that the quality purity and deliciousness of these drinks will al* ways be maintained. Following pro tt.< y >:y. • 23 Mrs. J. K. Halladaye 2 4 — F. H. Stroud 25 Miss Maxwell Purvis 26 Narcille Logan 27 Sara Trammell 28— W. H. Barhhite 29 Mrs. Ulric Hugenin 30— Waldo Powell 31— Adolphus Odom 32 C. C. Beasley 33 — David Sprawls 34 Chas. Griffin 35 C. S. Earley 36 Mrs. F. M. Davis 37 H. M. Carlton 38— Kenneth Sloan 39 Mrs. R: M. Marler 40— Mrs. J. S. Russell 41 — Rose LaVerne Hurt 42 — Mrs. M. L. Oyer 43 Mrs. G. A. Flynn 44 — Master Henry Loudermilk, Pierce, Fla. land has built up an extensive ac quaintanceship and an excellent pat ronage. Mr. and Mrs. Bland plan to make some additions to the furnishings of the Franklin hotel and to pay special j attention to th£ home folks and to! those who like homelike food served i in attractive, comfortable surround- ] ings. Summer rates for rooms will ! be inaugurated and dinners and j luncheons will be featured at moder ate prices. Mr. and Mrs. Bland are well known in Lakeland, where they have exten- I sive property interests, and their per sonal popularity and practical busi ness ability guarantee the success of the hotel under their management. Polk County Trust Cos. Lakeland, Florida Capital $300,000.00 4 GENERAL BANKING TRUSTS .. * TITLE INSURANCE FOR SALE OR EXCHANGE For a First-class Home In Lakeland Forty aerqs ot strictly high-grade trucking, grape and strawberry land within three miles of city limits. Fifteen acres in cultivation. One-fourlh mile on asphalt road. Large two-story new house, 25x30. Large two-story tool room and feed rdhm. Storage room with living room upstairs, 30x30. Six-inch w-ell 543 feet deop/and engine. Elec tric light plant. Four fine Jersey cows. Large fine mule, harness and wagon. Large line struwberry bed for plant—best In state. Large new barn and extra good mule and cow lot. All in excellent working condition now. Fenced and cross fenced with high hog-tight wire. All f>ols necessary to run the place included. Price 120,000. Will take a home up to 212,000 to fIS.OOO and easy term* for balance. J. L MELTON Si CO. i ; — „ . .• • ( . Phone 256 Thelma Hotel Bldg. Lakeland, Fla. PAGE FIVE J NEW FIXTURES ARE BEING PUT IN PLACE The Industrial Loan and Savings in j the Dyches building has received its \ Ile "’ marble fixtures and grill work, I and the work of building in the fix | tures is well under way. Handsome marble in tones of gray I is being used, and w hen it is all in j place and supplemented by the grill and the plate glass, an artistic and elegant interior will he the result. CIRCLE NO. 4 TO MEET Circle No. 4 of the First Presbyter ian church will meet with Mrs. H. N. Kilby, 501 South Kentucky avenue, Friday afternoon at 5:30.