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SOCIAL AND PERSONAL
LAKELAND'S WEATHER. Lakeland established anew record yesterday by going through the en tire ''day and night without having a 4rop of rain. The sun shone through out the entire day sending the mer cury up from 70 degrees at daylight to 93 degrees at 3 p. m. The “low” last night was 74 degrees and at noon today the reading was 88 degrees. A partly overcast sky gave some hint of possible showers before tonight al though the general weather condi tions indicate fhir. Dr. C. I. Stacy, pastor of the First Presbyterian church, has left for De- Land on matters of business expecting to return to Lakeland Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Van Cason of Delray are expected in Lakeland, coming by auto, to be guests at the home of Mr. Cason’s sister, Mrs. John K. Wilson avenue. Miss Louise Singleton has returned to her home in Inverness after a pleasant visit in Lakeland, the guest Wilson of South Mis McOulley, of The Evening force is back at work to day, having recovered from a severe illness of the last week. Benjamin Getzoff, of The Telegram force, leaves Wednesday for Camp McClellan, Anniston, Alabama, where he goes as Senior first lieutenant. He will be there for the six weeks train ing period. Miss Elizabeth Saxton, who gradu ated from the Lakeland high schoot in June is teaching the fourth, fifth and 6th grades in the Winston school for the term which begins July third and ends at Christmas. Roy Phillips, who has been filling a vacancy in the advertising forces of the Telegram, left for his home in Atlanta, Sunday, and will he miss ed by the many friends he made while here. Mack Hirschberg, of Atlanta, Geor gia, representing the Hirschberg Cos., of that city is in Lakeland on busi ness, and- spent the week-end here where he has many friends. Mrs. R. Raleigh Sullivan of the Thel ma Hotel has returned from spending the last six-weeks pleasantly with friends at various points In Louisiana and Texas. Miss Signa Powell, who has been the guest of Miss Ethel Maekay for the last two weeks, left today for Tampa, where she will spend a few days before returning to her home in Manatee. Mrs. John E. Wilson and daughter Francis, Murray, of Bluefield aven ue, returned Sunday evening after a pleasant visit with Mrs. Wilson’s par ents, Dr. and Mrs. J. R. COason at Delray and other relatives in Delray and Miami. Miss Helen Stacy of South Florida avenue and her house guest, Miss Ma- 1 bel Claire Hackney of Tampa, lert today for St. Cloud, where they will be guests of Miss Kathleen Goff at a reunion of college chums of the State College for Women. James Boulware leaves tomorrow for Camp McClellan, Anniston, Ala bama, where he goes as second lieu tenant in the O. R. C. After remain ing there for two weeks, he will go to the University of Virginia, where he will take several English courses during the summer term. Mrs. H. T. Womack and sons Con rad, Talmadge and Kenneth, have ar rived in Lakeland, joining Mr. Wom ack. proprietor of the People’s Battery who recently came here from make his home. Mr. Womack tmHme boys have been vilting rela tives In Statesboro, North Carolina, and Savannah, Georgia. The family is located at 901 East Morton street. Mrs. Helen Nichols, of Minneapolis, Minnesota, the trained nurse who has been attending Mrs. W. R. Groover, of Lake Morton Drive, has left for Rochester, Minnesota, to be at the bedside of a sick sister. Mrs. Nich ols, by her devoted care of Mrs. Groov er, and by her unfailing sweetness of manner, made many friends in Lake land, who will be glad to welcome her back at any time. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Anderson and Mrs. Anderson's mother, Miss Alice Curtis, of 814 East Lime street, re turned Sunday night from a ten week's trip through the West and Canada, visiting most of the time in Toronto, Canada and in Winslow, Arizona. STATEMENT OF The Central State Bank of Lakeland June 30, 1922 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and discounts $584,831.33 r . , . , tinnmnnn Furniture aud txhtre, 42,129.41 , C | ap ‘ lal J s f k ~-4 Liberty bonds 22,654.37 , Undivided profits 9,636.37 Stock Federal Reserve Bank 3,000.00 Re-discounts 57,200.00 Cash and due from banks 168,556.74 Deposits 654,335.48 I ‘ _________ „ ■* TotaU $821,171.85 Total $821,171.85 Sweat-Vredenburg Wedding To Occur Wednesday Afternoon The marriage of Miss Helen Vreden burg, of Ozona, and Stair Sergeant Dan B. Sweat, is announced for Wed nesday afternoon at the home of the bride in Ozona'. The father of the groom, Rev. D. B. Sweat, of this city, will be the of ficiating clergyman. Rev. and Mrs. Sweat will go to Ozona tomorrow, and a number of Lakeland parties will at tend the wedding. The bride is a daughter of Prof, and Mrs. Albert G. Vredenburg, of | Ozona, Prof. Vredenburg is the direc-j tor of mu sic in Southern College, anil, the young people met each other while ! in Southern before the groom entered ; the service of the government at the I call of Uncle Sam at the beginning of the war. Miss Vredenburg taught music for some time in Southern and later in a college in Mississippi. Mr. Sweat spent two years in the service of the government during the! war, most of the time in tile service j oversea ?, and two years ago re-entered j the service, and at present is teach-! ing meterorology in tile government i vocational school at Camp Alfred Vail,! New Jersey. Soon after the marriage Sergeant and Mrs. Sweat will take the train for Jacksonville, and on Thursday they will sail for New York. Their homo is awaiting them in Red Bank, New Jer sey, near the camp where Mr. Sweat is teaching. The many Lakeland friends of the popular young couple will join in wishing them a happy voyage over tlinj matrimonial sea. Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Waring Entertain Boy Ushers The beautiful country home of Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Waring was tiie scene of a delightful picnic Friday evening when they entertained in honor of the' boy ushers at the First Methodist church and their girl friends. It was planned to have the picnic on the front lawn, hut rain interfer ing, the supper was spread on fables in the house. The remainder of the evening was: spent in playing various games, and i in hearing music. Those enjoying the delightful occa- i sion were Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Gross,! Miss Beatrice McDonald, Miss Flo Mc- Donald, Miss Elma Robson, Mis Enid i Adair, Miss Catherine Young, • Miss! Lucy Bell Guilford, Miss Grace Me- 1 Kay, Miss Mary Gatewood Pulliam, j Miss Geraldine Ellis, Miss Isabelle Todd, George Brantley, Irvin Fraley, I Knox Mcßae, Tulliver Bryant, Chad-1 born Wheeler, Ernest Terrell, Dawson Bates, Flavius Guilford, Fred Guilford, J. Fred Ellis, Norris Upson, Ralph Up son, Raymond Clary, James Poteet. J. J. FLYNN DECIDES TO STAY IN LAKELAND J. J. Flynn, the well known pressing dub man, who has been away from Lakeland for the last three years is again in the city and has decided to stay as his many friends here will be glad to know. Mr. Flynn has re -entered his old line of business, hav ing purchased the Main Street Press ing clul) back of Mock’s Barbershop. Mr. Flynn came to Lakeland on busi ness a few weeks ago intending to go on to Texas, but when he found him self back in the old town, surround ed by friends who were glad to see him andi anxious to have him stay, he just naturally could not leave and has accordingly made all arrangements to stay. ATTEND S. S. ASSEMBLY. F. M. Williamson, field secretary of the Sunday school work of the Florida Methodist conference, Miss Lola Lawler, conference elementary superintedent and Miss Lulu Wilson are among the Lakelanders who are leaving to attend the Sunday school Assembly at Junaluska, North Caro lina. JUNIOR LEAGUE WILL HAVE JOLLY PICNIC The members of the Junior Epworth League of the First Methodist church are on tip toe yith expectation over tile picnic to be held tomorrow after noon on South Tennessee avence. A swim in Lake Morton will be first on the program, followed by a picnic supper. All members of the depart ment are expected and a jolly time is in prospect. NOTICE OF SALE. This is to notify the public that I, have sold my interest in the Polk County Credit Association to J. A. and H. J. Hicks and that I, S. C. Payne, assume all indebtedness of said association up to July sth. 1922. This 10th day of July 1922. SAM PAYNE. J. A. HICKS. H. J. HICKS. LAKELAND EVENING TELEGRAM, MONDAY, JULY 10, 1922 Laconics PANHELLENIC TO MEET Panliellenic Club will hold an im portant meeting Tuesday a: 7:30 at the Elk's Club. Ail members are requested to be present. REBEKAHS TO MEET Lakeland Rebekah Lodge will meet tonight at. 7:30. The new officers will be installed, and all members are re quested to be present. Visitors are wel come. RECEIVES NEWS OF DEATH... S. M. Kellum will have the sym pathy of many friends in the death of his only brother, Harry Kellum of away Saturday afternoon after a Babylon. Long Island, who passed year’s illness. The word was not received here until too late for Mr. Kellum to take the night train, and he was therefore unable to get to Babylon for the funeral. SUSTAINS PAINFUL INJURY. Mrs. M. 11. de Flora of the Lake land Highlands sustained a painful injury Friday afternoon, when her right arm was cut by the lid of the luggage compartment of her roadster. Mrs. de Horn who had returned from Lakeland, was taking her packages from the car, when the lid fell in flicting a deep cut. Mrs. do Horn is carrying her arm in a sling and I he wound is healing as well us can be expected. DR. J. F. WILSON BACK. Dr. John l-'. Wilson of The Tele gram building lias returned from Charleston and Darlington. South Ca rolina. In Darlington lie visited his father and sister. John F. Wilson anil Miss Elizabeth. In Charleston. Ije was engaged in special work at the Roper Hospital, giving particular attention to the diseases of children, and found the work interesting and helpful. ' POLK COUNTY MOTOR CLUB TO HOLD MEETING Thp Polk County Motor club will hold a members meeting on Tuesday night at eight o'clock for fifteen min utes only. Thp members are all urg ed to lie present to discuss important questions which must l>e approved by tile member. Every member is also asked to bring a friend who lias not joined the club as any and all ques tions will lie answered concerning the benefits offered to members. Members are asked to come and make the meeting a success for only fifteen minutes and no collection will be made. WAYCROSS-JACKSONVILLE ROAD WILL BE SPLENDID Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Talley and daughter, Miss Josephine and Mr. and Mrs. E. L. McGrew have returned from a six-weeks trip, and they re port that tiie road! between Wayeross, Georgia and Jacksonville lias been improved from Wayeross to the state line, and that it is a wonder of mo dern highway construction. Work is still in progress and the road is to ,l>e built on to Jacksonville. The party made their trip by auto, camping out on the way and had a de lightful time. They got as far up country as Chattanooga, Tennessee, taking in points of interest along the way, and spent some time at Coxey, Alabama, where they were guests of Mrs. McGrew’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Davis. SPECIAL SERVICE FOR KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS At the First Presbyterian church Sunday; evening, a special service was held for the Knights of Pythias, at tile request of the organization. Dr. C. I. Stacy, pastor of the church, delivered an appropriate and eloquent address on the topic, “World Brother hood,” taking as his text, “He hath made of one blood all men to dwell upon the face of the earth.” Dr. Stacy emphasized the faej that tile term “brotherhood” is not to be in terpreted in a narrow, limited sense, and that only by the operation of a Christ-like spirit of brotherhood can the sins and sorrows of the world be remedied. Special music was rendered by two of the city's most talented Vocalists, Mrs. J. S. Smoyer anil E. A. Schacht. Fraternal Cards NOTICE* TO MASONS. The first regular July communica tion of Lakeland lodge No. 91, Free anil Accepted Masons, will be held at 7:30 o’clock this evening in the Ma sonio ball. In addition to regular business there may be work in the degree of Fellowcraft. Visiting mem bers of the order have a cordial in vitation to meet with the local breth ren Geo. J. Tolson, W. M. N. I. Gottlieb, Sec'y. ROTARIANS MEET TOMORROW. J. -Bunyan Smith. Rotarian. is ill charge of the program that will feat ure tomorrow's weekly luncheon of the Lakeland Rotary Club at Hotel Thelma. Hliis chief assistant is Fred Benford. Will Cook is also slated for the second installment of his adventures while in Cuba. Advan tage will also be taken of the oppor tunity to pick the team that is to play the Kiwanians a week from Thursday for the benefit of the Boy Scouts. COLLEGE BOYS WORKING FOR THEIR EDUCATION Five ambitions, wide-awake young men. interested enough in their fu ture to work for their college tuition, have arrived in Lakeland. Starting to day they will call on the people of Lakeland during the next two weeks for the purpose of obtaining your subscription to the Pictorial Review, a magazine which paid last year's tui tion ami bonuses for over 400 young men. Each man must obtain a list of 550 names within a period of 11 weeks of people who will subscribe to the periodical. The Grand Leader vouches for those young men. every assurance being gii/hi people than they assume no risk in opening tile door wide when one of them rings, and it will do no harm to gri-eet him with a smile, even if you do not care to subscribe. They are just as human as the rest of us and deserve a lot. of credit for "| lug ging” these rainy days instead of crawling into some dry corner for a game of "put and take.” Zaven Scroll, team captain is study ing medicine at Rush Medical College University of Chicago, and will grad uate in 1923. Warren E. Klein Is also from the University of Chicago and will graduate next year. Virgil Casper, Thomas Evans and George C. Smith are Univnrsit yof California men. These boy* have until August 15 fn which lo finish their quoin of 550 and will be eifobled to continue the fail term. DEATHS DAVID WEBB A long and useful life came to its' close Sunday morning at 5:30 o'clock, ; when David-Webb of “Hazel Terrace"! on Lake Hollingsworth Drive passed i away at the age of 87 years. Mr. W'ebli was born September 13. 1831, near Scarborough, England, and emigrated to this country when a young man, becoming one of the pio neers of Minnesota, in which slate lie resided for nearly sixty years. lie came to Lakeland live years agol and won the respect and esteem ol'i all who knew him. His vitality and activity were the marvel of his friends until the recent stroke of paralysis which resulted in his death. In early life, he was united in mar riage to Miss Mary Jane Davy, ofj Faribault, Minnesota, who lived to celebrate their golden wedding. To this union was horn fifteen chil-; dren. of whom nine survive as follows: i Mrs. (). L. Griffin. The Dalle, Oregon: ' L. R. Webb, Ellsworth, Minnesota: Mrs. G. C. Fletcher, Tsego, Wisconsin; I!. E. Webb and Mrs. A. F. Pickard, of this city; L. R. Webb and Mi's. A. I*. Spenser, St. Paul, Minnesota, Mrs. Frank Ashling and Mrs. Fred Ashling, of Dawson. Minnesota. Mr. Webb is also survived by a brother, J. R. Webb, of Spokane, Washington, and by twenty-two grand children and six great grandchildren. The remains are being taken to Dawson, Minnesota, for interment, having left here Sunday noon, accom panied by Mr. anil Mrs. R. E. Webb and Mrs. A. F. Pickard. The deceased was born in Boyle county, Kentucky, on DeDcember 30th, 1852, and was therefore in his 70tli year. He was engaged in farming in Kentucky, and in 1877 he was married to Miss Elizabeth A. May. Mr. Guthrie removed to Florida twenty-seVen years ago, coming .first to Marion county, where he lived a short time, but, for practically a quar ter of a century he lias lived in this community, where he had a host of friends. He was a splendid citizen, a devoted husband and kind father, and in all the relations of life, a high sense of honor and regard for princi ple guided his actions. He was a man of strong convictions, though lie did not impose these upon others, em ploying rather the golden rule, and at tending to his own affairs rather than interfering with those of others. J. A. GUTHRIE. Jack A. Guthrie died at midnight Saturday at the residence 809 Easl Lemon street, after a long illness. Tile funeral service was held Sun day afternoon at 4 o'clock in the Gentry-Futchl chapel. The floral offer ings were unusually beautiful and pro fuse and a large crowd attended the service. Rev. A. C. Pinkston of the First Christian church officiated. The following were pallbearers: Alex McKay, W. L. Thompson, R. O. Cresap, J. Z. Reynolds. A. A. Burton, D. H. Cumbie. Interment was made in Roselawn cemetery. Mr. Guthrie Is survived by his de voted wife and liis children, Bernice M. Gutlirle, S. M. Guthrie, Miss Eun ice Guthrie, all of this city. Mrs. Jas. B. Tarkington of Eminence, Kentucky anil Mrs. M. A. Robinson, Deerfield, nil of whom yere with him when the the end came. 5c Smoke Mild I Five Points Cigars Low Cost —Good Value . Sold At All | Cigar Counters Five Points Cigars IMPORTANT ROAD CONFERENCE TO BE HELD HERE E. P. Greene, Recently Appointed Member Highway Board, To Meet the County Or ganizations Interested In Highway Improve ment E. P. Croon, recently appointed niojnbop of the state road department.! succeeding the Into Commissioner Scott, will bo present at 4 o'clock Wednesday afternoon at an important conference at the Lakeland Chamber of Commerce building. He will meet the members of the board of county commissioners of Polk county, a dele gation from the Kidire board of trade, and the members of the good roads i committee of the Chamber of Com merce for the purpose of the good roads committee of the Chamber of Commerce for the purpose of going' over the understanding had with the I late Mr. Clarke as to the paving of the Foxtown extension leading to the. Lake county line and that section of j State road No. 8 from Frostproof to; Avon Park. This will he one of the j most important conferences on road matters ever held in Polk county. FOUND REAL WHISKEY United States Marshal Law, of Tam-1 pa, Chief of Police Wilson, Deputy | Purvis anil Deputy Hatcher visited the second-hand store of 11. W. Mitch-j ell on Pine street Saturday and lo cated a stock of real whisky—quarts upon quarts of it. Mr. Mitchell was! arrested and gave bond for his ap pearance in the city court. NOTES FROM MORRELL MEMORIAL HOSPITAL Paul and Sarah Daniel, of South Missouri avenue, underwent tonsil op erations Friday, and are doing very well. W. It. O'Steen, of Pierce, has been ‘ admitted to the hospital for surgical IMP ORTANT! We Want Every Woman in Lakeland to Know the Merits of Pictorial Review Patterns Here’s Your Chance THIS IS PICTORIAL REVIEW WEEK ~l( College Boys Have M g|| Come to Town %■$ r ; id Pu tonal Review 1 Ambitious, wide-awake young men, interested enough in j : | Patterns lor July 1 their future to work for their college tuition by taking sub- I ! j 20c to 35c scriptions to Pictorial Review during Pictorial Review ib.iil None Maher Week. We, as a store, highly endorse their efforts, which VT will not only aid their worthy purpose and bring you the '^ s === =^== ss^ ::^ World’s Greatest Woman’s Magazine, but will also more Dress 1131, 35 cents widely establish us as Pictorial Review Patterns represen tatives for Lakeland. You assume no risk in opening the door wide when one of them rings, and it will do no harm to greet him with a smile, even though you do not care to subscribe. They are just as human as the rest of us, and deserve a lot of credit for “plugging” these rainy days instead of crawl ing into some dry corner for a game of “put and take.” They earn every penny they make during the time they are taking Pictorial Patterns to you. ZAVEN SERON, Team Captain U. of Chicago, ’23 Warren E. Klein, Virgil Gasper, Thomas Evans, George C. Smith The Grand Leader Statement of THE STATE BANK OF LAKELAND Charter No. 1 1 At the Close of Business of June 30, 1922 RESOURCES LIABILITIES Loans and discounts $841,602.43 Capital _ $150,000.00 Overdrafts ...J. 2,970.32 Surp | us 40,000.00 U. Sand other bonds 32,510.00 Undivided profits 421.51 Banking house, turniture and t .. j* j haul hh fixtures 84,340.15 Un P ald d,v,dends 345.72 Other real estate 3,563.16 Deposits 1,019,115.91 Cash on hand and in banks 244,897.08 Re-discounts - None Total $1.209,883.14 Total $1,209,883.14 This is CLOSE-UP WEEK The decision you make this week will mean satisfaction or lasting regret. If you have not already inspected and picked out one of the Ideal Farms for your own, you must hurry! This is the lar.t week at the wonderful Introductory Price SSOO Cash, or $550 on Terms until the night of July 1 Bth You must not blame us if you miss what all who have investigated agree to is the BEST OPPORTUNITY IN YEARS Make your initial deposit within the time limit. Avoid The FINAL RUSH Kaufmann-Haldeman Cos. Realtors Ideal Farms Department Polk Cos. Trust Bldg. (Ground Floor) Phone 428 attention. 1). \V. Crabtree underwent an opera tion Sunday. Mrs. Myrtle Stringer has been ad mitted to the hospital for surgical at tention. Mrs. K. J. Williams, of flriffin, has been admitted to the hospital for med ical attention. PAGE THREE BARRETT FUNERAL TOMORROW Birmingham, Ala., July 10. —Funer- al services for F.dwin Ware Barrett, editor and publisher of the Birming iiame Age-Herald, who died suddenly last evening when lie entered the .wiimuing pool of tile Roe buck Coun ty Club here, will he held tomorrow ifternoon. Interment will he at Kim wood cemetery here.