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Mrs. Melissa Goosby of 377 Fair
view street and Mrs. Lavonia Reid
of 420 Vine-St., spent a few days
in Atlanta during the hslidays
The Y. W. U. Floral Society
failed to meet on the 9th inst. on
account of the rain. They will as
semble on the 16th inst. at the
home of Mrs. Alice Mitchell, 1685
E. Broads - St.,
Master Llewellyn Aunt of Vine
St., who was confined for sometime
ago with typhoid fever, is out again
Mr. Geo. Goosby and Mies Susie
Pope were happily married on the
9th inst. We wish them a long
and happy life. The Rev Mr.
Mr. and Mrs. Howard, of God
frey, Ga., has removed to Athens
to make it their home.
Mrs. Lizzie Owens, of S. Atlanta
Ga., was the recent guest of Rev.
and Mrs. A. L. Henderson, of 316
Peters street. She returned to the
Gate City on morning of the 10th.
Mr. Samuel Arnold, of Fairview
St., is on the sick list. His friends
and neighbors should call to see
Miss Lavonia Howard, of 335
Vine - St., who has been ill for
sometime, is much improved. Dr.
A. M. Jones was her physician.
Mrs. Mattie Lane Howard, of
185 Derby St., is recuperating after
a long illness to the delight of her
parents and friends.
Mrs. Janie Johnson, of Muskogee
Okla., is visiting her daughter Mrs
Walter Pope on Route 5.
Mr. and Mrs. Jayson Thomas,
of New London, Conn., while in
route to Rock, Mt. Ve., the home
of Mrs. Thomas parents, stopped
over in Athens a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. P. 0 Stone of 451
Billups St., Mrs. Thomas and Prof.
Stone are sister and brother.
The citizens of Athens and of
Clarke County are glad to hear
that Mrs. J. C. Jackson Harris who
was indisposed for a few days tol
lowing her return to the city, is
Mr. Robert Jones, of 1098 W.
Broad St., continues ill at his
Mrs. Wm. Burney of 659 Man
cock Ave., is filling the unexpir->d
turn of Mrs. W. B. Lawrence. It
will be remembered that Kev. W.
B. Lawrence was assigned last fall
to St. John’s A. M. E. Church,
Columbus, Ga, Mis better half
has gone to join him.
Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Mill who are
spending a few weeks with their
parents Mr. and Mrs. Willis Mill
of 550 Mancock Ave., have been
delightfully entertained since they
have been in the city. Among those
who have intertained for them are
their mother Mrs. Fannie B. Hill
Mrs. and Mrs. Samuel Me Quetm,
Mrs. Will Horton. Mr. and Mrs.
Will Robinson, and Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Brown, of Johns town their
uncles and aunts, delightfully en
tertained for them and their guest
Miss Naomi Wright of Atlanta
who spent a few days with them.
They motored out with Dr. E.
M. Browns car, and were very sorry
that his buisness called him so
that he could not be with the
“Jolly Bunch.” He was very
muck suprised however when they
returned to find that some one
thought of him and brought him a
box which he vow r ed that he en
joyed the contents of very much.
We highly appreciate the kind-
Less and hospitality of all our
friends, and extend to them all
an invitation —“ with the latch
‘t'*ing on the outside” —to visit ns
m any event they may appear in
the vicinity of 90 Hill-st., Orange,
N. J. in “ Yankee Land.”
Mrs. Famiie Alexander, of 146
Church at., is confined to her l*ed.
Her sisters in the faith and kind
red and neighbors are reminded
of their duty.
On Tuesday evening, January
11th the home of Hattie B.
Collins, 765 W. Waddell st., w-as
the scene of a beautiful dinner
party. Miss Collins received her
guests in a handsome black even
ing dress, draped beaded chiffon,
and wearing a lovely corsag bou
quet of pink carnations, shower
ed with valley lilies. The guests,
eight in number —were charming
ly entertained by Miss Collins for
An elegant repast was served
and the generous hostess presid
ed in a most gracefully manner.
Th« table was beautifully covered
with cluny lace and a lovely bask
et of pink and white carnations
tied with tulle in the center.
The delicious menu consisted of
fruit, cook tails, fried oysters,
chicken a la king, cream potatoes,
English peas, fruit on lettuce
leaves, grape fruit cups, crackers,
mince meat pies, whipped cream,
and after dinner coffee,
The friends of Mrs. Samuel
Lumpkin, of Hull and Strong-sts.,
will regret to learn of her illness.
We lift cur prayers for her re
Mrs. Daisy Hawkins, of 175 Mil
ler St., who was ill during the most
of the fall, has about recovered to
the delight of her «many friends.