The Manatee River Journal and Bradentown Herald from Bradenton, Florida on May 26, 1921 · 10
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The Manatee River Journal and Bradentown Herald from Bradenton, Florida · 10

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Bradenton, Florida
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Thursday, May 26, 1921
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yy p w PAGE TEN THE MANATEE RIVER JOURNAL THURSDAY MAY 26th 1921 ‘ DOOCOCOOOOOCOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOO 111 Society’s Realm Vtx?0?00c0009000000000c00000000c00000000c000c000000(xr BEACH-BALIS WEDDING At five o’clock Suiday afternoon Mrs Nellie Balis and Sir Edward C Beach were married at the home of the bride on Riverview Boulevard Dr Williams of the Episcopal church officiating: The bride’s only attendant was her little grand-daughter Mary Nell Balis This was the happy conclusion of a courtship that began in their childhood in Catskill N Y Until a year ago they had not seen each other for over fifty years When they met last May they decided to take up the threads of their old love and are now the students who have entered into the work for their co-operation It also extends thanks to the committee who labored so faithfully to award the prizes The winners of the prizes will be contestants' for this district for the State prize which is ten dollars BRADEXTOWN C E SOCIETY BEST IN STATE Sunday evening the Christian Endeavor Society held their “Echo meeting" from the 33rd annual C E convention which was held recently at Gainesville Mrs C E Parvin and Miss Virginia Hefner were the delegates in charge The meeting was receiving the congratulations and best wishes of their many friends For modeled after those at the very suc-a few months Mr and Mrs Beach will cessful convention and opened with reside in Atlanta Ga I a song service with Rev Patterson in j charge He was also in charge of the music at the original convention at Gainesville Then brief reports of the various addresses by Mr Dendy the State Field Secretary and bv Charles Evans the All-South Field Secretary with their messages of en-i couragement to the young people to and Mrs Hewitt all have the same ( use their resources to the greatest birthday and for many years they exten followed Norman Reasoner have celebrated the event together j the State President gave several an-KLast year the party was held at the nouncements among them the fact rome of Mr and Mrs A H Brown that this district — Southwestern — was and this year it was Mrs Hewitt’s the only one in the State to register turn to entertain ! its quota of delegates and it nearly A delicious cafeteria dinner was doubled this quota served by the hostess after which The State more than reached its games were played and the party con- quota of new societies organized and "f S i 4 4 ! ODD FELLOWS NOTES 4 A H 44 j eluded the evening by playing rook The home was beautifully decorated with cut flowers which were furnished by Mr Reasoner from the Royal Palm Nursery W C T U PRIZES The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union following its yearly custom voted some weeks ago to give five dollars to be divided in prizes at the close of school for the best essay on the given subjects “What a Year of Prohibition has meant to our Coun- also of registrations to the World’s 1 C E' Convention to be held in New York in July Mr Qujpk Southeast Regional Secretary of the United Christian Alliance gave two very practical talks to the delegates on “C E and Religious Education" and “C E and the Community" stressing the fact that C E was the workshop where things learned in the church and Sunday school were to be put into practice then showing them definite ways in which C E could help the community Mr Holderby of the Family Altar try" Alcohol as a Menace’ “Tobacco in Ch!caf° on as a Menace" (from the social finan- impressively on -the heed of rial and physiological point of view) 5Ta??r n ami y ant or About two hundred essays were writ- individual ten by the pupils under the supervi-1 xtLarelfe ' sion of Mrs! G H Boutelle (Supt of Southwestern District told the S T I of our local union) and by Mrs A B Murphy who has the ninth grade in charge The prizes were awarded this week by Prof Currier after chapel exer- A to Mi Jwaie Greer of the Endeavorers that Bradentown following its custom for several years had again taken the banner for being the premier society in the state Karl Lehman remarked that Bradentown’s tenth grade and to Miss Virginia Curry of the ninth grade The essays f were numbered the teachers of the i grades retaining the names of the pupils These essays were then passed t over to a committee from the Union i Mrs C E Street Mrs H W Fuller and Mrs F H Braymer who per- and he believed in the United States Southwestern District also got the banner for being the best district The Jasper Junior Society and the Pensacola Intermediate were the other banner winners Southwestern District was(aliS represented in the officers for the cornin' formed the difficult to of lelectimt Seemlier bwMiwof the price winner The Uth grde ' mMt llclent reMrd “ Mt - gave in their work in the form of a j debate and such work was not judged l by the committee The value of this work with our RAT-SNAP is absolutely guaran- vchuri giris and boys is inestimable ! ted to kill rats and mice Cremates ident was elected to this office again and George Blakely of Palmetto was extent followed Norman Reasoner 'Characters are strengthened and moulded in the right direction The ) education of the young people deter-' mines the vote in after years against j intemperance vice impurity and bad ! habits of all kinds The Union wishes to thank Mrs them Rodents killed with RAT-SNAP leave no smell Rats pass up all food to get at RAT-SNAP Their first meal is their last RAT-SNAP comes in cakes No mixing Cats or dogs won’t touch it Three sizes 85c 65c $125 Sold and guaranteed by Mur- Boutelle and Mrs Murphy and all of phy Hardware Company Bradentown Under the leadership of L L Iline the Bradentown Odd Fellows are building up a degree team which will be a credit to the order and no doubt bring laurels to the community with the excellence of the w’ork Mr Iline has entered whole-heartedly in the work giving time and study without stint to it and has communicated the spirit of enthusiasm to his team which cannot fail to produce excellent results It is a source of great satisfaction to the older members who stood faithfully to their chosen fraternity during the days when it was hard to get a quorum to see the chairs well filled at every meeting now as well as the new blood which is flowing into the lodee constantly and the enthusiasm which is being shown toward the advancement of Odd Fellowship A large new class will receive the initiatory degree next Mond’v night and some of the results of the latest drive for an organized team will be in evidence to edify all brothers who will be on hand It is honed that evprv member who can possibly do bo will be present and take part in the work Arrangements have been perfected for an excursion to Anna Maria on next Thursday June 2nd including the trip on the Bea Mac a basket lunch and all the trimmings of a delightful holidav on the beach All Odd Fellows Rebekabs and tbeir friends are duly warned to produce one dollae and get your tickets early to avoid being disappointed from the limited capacity of the boat PICKFORD JEWELS TO BE DISPLAYED IN NEXT FILM Quarter of a Million Dollars Worth Worn by Mary's Screen-Mother Those who go to see Mary Pickford in “Through the Back Door” next Monday at the Wallace Theatre will be afforded an opportunity to view practically all of the Pickford jewels These stones valued at $250000 are worn in this production by Gertrude Astor who plays the part of Gertrude's mother Little Mary’s real mother Charlotte Pickford brought the family jewel caket to the studio end helped to pin the precious ornaments on Little Mary’s photoplay mother Considerable dismay was occasioned when the studio press agent suggested a storv to the effect that the jewels had been stolen “I suppose you want to blame me" said Miss Astor “Certainly" replied the press agent “It will be great publicity" “Yes if yon spell it g-r-a-t-e" But Miss Pickford stepped down verv firmly on this bright little idea bv telling the P A he would get the blue envelope if the jewels turned up missing in any of the newspapers Needless to say they were not missing None to CHDrroM Ta All CnAm Latataaa Dtatritotaaa nl All Pamaa lariag Cl alma or P— aa is a-alnat aaM aatata i Ton an4 aaeh at yam am fcarabf aaUflal id rconlnd to prcaant aar rial— an! 4a- aail rcrnilnri to prcaant asp manita whleh yon or olthar of yon nay hm aralnat tlio aotato of John W Carry 4o-rniri lata of lfaaateo Conaty Florida to the underaigaad admlaiatrator of aalA aatata within two yean from tha Sate haraaf Dated April 14th A D 1M1 S X- Curry Admlaiatrator of tha aatata of !S-tt John W Carry daaaaiad ooooooooooooooooooocoooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo frBE UNIVERSAL CAB SEDAN $795 F 0 B DETROIT WALLACE THEATRE PROGRAM May 30th to June 4th Maintee 4 p m Evening 8-9:30 (Program subject to change) MONDAY MARY PICKFORD in “Through the Back Door” SHE CAN NO MORE GROW IT THAN PETER PAN AND THAT IS WHY HER LATEST PRODUCTION IS JUST THE KIND THAT MADE HER FAMOUS TUESDAY “THE CONCERT” with An All-Star Cast Adapted fron the famoaa ceawdy whleh earned a actuation in America and Earn pe WEDNESDAY Elaine nammerstein in “THE MIRACLE OF MANHATTEN” Wherein a yaang aodety hatterfly attempt! to prere that a girl can lira for twa month In New Yerk an n capital af $1300 THURSDAY Viola Dana in “CINDERELLA’S TWIN" It’a Luther Reed’a original fantaay of a modern kitchen maid and her Prince Charming FRIDAY Duoglas Mac Lean in “CHICKENS” The crowning romance of a rich yoang ronater wha atarted oat to acratch for Mmarif SATURDAY Tom Mix in “THE TEXAN" Texan lore lariats thrilla tenderfoot and nnnrhea Matinee 10 & 15c Even 15 ft 25c ADMISSION Monday Only Matinee 15 ft 25c Even 20 ft 40e Other Daya Matinee 10 ft 20e Evening 15 ft 25c Manatee County Building and Loan Association now fully organized See R C Trimble Secretary and aign up for membership Adv 37-38 Our Guarantee— better goods lower prices and a aquare deal Cr Mur-p?iV Hardware Company Adv tf This Store Is Brim Full of erchandise and we believe the kind most people want For this season we count on giving you complete and lasting satisfaction E G DUCKWOTRH & CO WATCHES That Appreciated Gift Watches for every ene Meat complete line HAMILTON ELGIN WALTHAM HOWARD GRUEN ILLINOIS The Payne Jewelry Co Opposite New Wallace Theatre Bradentown Florida t WE GO THE o o LIMIT oo IN CO-OPERATION o Can you think of any other passenger car that ofTers you so many advantages as the Ford Sedan? It is a car for everybody everywhere The business man finds it an asset in his business the farmer has no end of uses for it and when it is done with business it does duty for the whole family Order your Ford car now Don’t wait until the rush scaon comes Just phone us or drop us a card Bradentown Sales Co Phone 141 Bradentown Fla Practically every article of mechandise in our store bears both cost mark letters and retail selling price figures placed thereon as the goods were received Beginning June 1 1921 we will distribute cards xposing our cost mark by translation into plain figures thereby enabling the public to determine what each article? cost us Being confident that we will be given a reasonable profit we will during the entire month of June 1921 allow our customers to fix the profit on all cash purchases No goods returned on this plan We solicit your business on these terms Respectfully Roesch’s Store 405 Main Street Bradentown Florida ’ OOQyxyywrayviooooQOQQQQQooQoooooooQoooooooooooQooooooooooooooooooooooooooooaooo 4 J

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