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Mrs. J. C. Jackson Harris, prin
cipal of Model Training School,
spent the holidays at Biddle Uni
versity, Charlotte, N. C. with her
sister, Mrs. Mary C. Jackson-Mc
Croiey, wife of the president of
the University. Here Mrs. Harris
enjoyed a few days of a much
Delightful indeed was the meet
ing of the “ Just Us ” Club Fri
day Evening, Dec. 31st, 1920. It
being the last meeting in tlie year,
everyone was anxious to be present.
Progressive Five Hundred was the
feature of the evening. After much
amusement the following delight
menu was served: A. La Corquettes,
potato salad on lettuce, prinento,
saltines, peach pickle, hot tea,
gelatine nuts fruit salad and
whipped cream, coconut and fruit
The following guests were present.
Misses Emma Morton, Alice Mc-
Laughlin, Celeste Martin, Beuna
Derricotte, Lavinia B. Cole, Mar
quiter Harris, of Birmingham, Ala
Mesdanrns R. G-. Elliot, Juanita
Burney, Rosa Lawrence, Julia
Davis, Dorothy 0. Jones.
At a late hour they all departed
reluctantly, declaring themselves
as having spent a wonderful time.
Mrs. D. O. Jones entertained
her class at a luncheon in room
number six at the Athens High and
Industrial School. Games and
prizes were given. Every child,
received a token from their teacher.
The following menu was served:
sandswiches, hot chocolate, fruit
salad and cake. Besides those of
the Ist year class that enjoyed Mrs.
Jones hospitality were Prof. Harris,
Mrs. Annie Burney, Miss Brown,
Miss Ruth Tiller and Lillian and
Thomas Willburn. The Ist year
class shall not soon forget the de
lightful time. Many beautifut
and useful gifts were presented to
Brightest among the week social
affairs was the beautiful Buffet
Supper given by Misses Laura and
Mattie Eberhardt Friday evening
in honor of Mrs. Clarence Steel, of
Chicago, 111., and Mr. and Mrs.
Anderson Rakestraw, which was a
meery and enjoyable occasion with
many enjoyable games followed
by a delicious supper.
The guests were as follows :
Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Dunn, Mr.
and Mrs.. Emory Christler, Mas
dames John Banks, Odessa Hayes,
of Frankfort, Ky., Misses Ruth Til
ler, Jennie L. Stokely, Louise Scott
Minnie L. Smith and Lillie Dunn
Messers N athan Stiff, Cecil Cre
dell and Edd King.
Miss Mattie Eberhart was call to
her duty at Comer High School
Monday, she reports a fine opening
One of the most enjoyable events
of the season was a beautifue New
Year’s dinner—party at which Mrs.
Emma Me Queen and daughter,
Mrs. Belle Lester were-joint hos
tesses on Monday evening Jan. 3,
in honor of Mr and Mrs. W. P. Hill
of Orange, N. J. a palatable three
course dinner was served. .Those
enjoying the hostesses hospitality
were: Mr and Mrs. W. P. Hill, Dr.
and Mrs. W. P. Harris, Dr, and
Mrs. F. L. Jackson, Rev. W. P.
Fountain, Mr James Me Queen,
Misses, Lula and Julia McQueen
and Mr Samuel Mo Queen. All
reported a mogt enjoyable evening.
Mi*. William Paschal, of Cleve
land, Ohio, who visited his parent,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones, of 283
Savannah ave., during the holidays
has returned to his new domicile
reporting a delightful sojourn with
hie relatives and friends.
Mias Valley Noland, of 167 Pea
bpdy-st., and Mr. Edwin Pope, of
524 Vine-st., were happily united
Thursday, January 6th. The new
ly weds will domicile with the
bride’s parents on Peabody-st.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo tW. Willing
ham, of 1324 W. Broad-st., gave
a New Year Dinner on Sunday
the second day of January, in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Hol
mes and Mr. Clarence Smith and
son of New York City.
A lovely dinner was served in
four courses (1) grape fruit, and
cherries, (2) turkey and cran ber
ry sauce, ham, scollopped oysters,
candied potatoes, macironi, pears,
baked corn, rice and gravey, hot
cocoa and hot .rolls, (3) fruit salad,
lettuea?anjfrdrttkef4, (4) Ice cream
and cake. •
Those present were : Mr., and
Mrs. Geo. Holmes, Mr. Clarence
Smith and son, Mr. and Mrs.
Andrew Jons, Mr. and Mr. A. J.
Herbert, Mr. and Mr. John Brown,
Mr. Amous Pinkley, Rev. J. N.
Miller, Pastor of Greater Bether
A. M. E. Church.
After the dinner. Mr. Herbert
took the gentlemen for a joy ride
to his big Willis Knight car. All
reported a fine time.