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Mrs. Ed Johnson, of 145 War
saw-st., and Mrs. J. W. Derricotte,
of 157 Warsaw-si., were joint
hostesses on Sunday the ninth inst.
to Dr. W. A. Fountain, Jr., Messrs.
Ed Johnson. J. W. Derricotte, A.
M- Pinkard, Lucious Thomas and
Lieut. Brown. The editor of the
Republique chanced to be passing
and stopped to deliver Mrs. John
son’s paper. Clad in his trench
boots made famous on the battle
fields of France, the ladies became
enterested in his appearance and
invited him to join the distin
guished gentlefnen mentioned
above. A sumptuous repast of
four courses was served.
Those who remember the feast
given by Mrs. W. W. Clark and
Miss Susie Fields & another given
by Mrs. and Mrs. Sam Me Queen
will readily conclude that big din
ners down on north east are fre
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Perry, of
147 Strickland-st., and Mr. and
Mrs. E. Duncan of 175 Marlin st.,
were glad to have as their guests
during the holidays Messrs. Em
anuel Sutton, of Chicago, and
Thomas Sutton, of Brunswick, Ga.,
These gentlemen who are Mrs.
Perry’s and Mrs. Duncan’s broth
ers, had been apart seven years.
It was indeed a happy meeting.
In the course of their stay the
ladies had Miss Lucy Whales over
to dine with them.
The Willing Worker’s Club was
entertained by Mrs. Nancy Smith
of Third - st., during the holidays.
The ladies possessed the jubilance
of the season, and indulged in
many old-fashioned and new-fash
ioned games. Peanuts, Pineapple
Cake and Cream were served.
Mrs. W. H. Horton, of Barnett,
Ga., is expected home soon.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Battle, of
387 Flint- st., spent the holidays
in Atlanta visiting their mother,
Mrs. Oscar Nash.
Miss Ethel Foster, of 387 Flint
st., who has been on the sick list
sor sometime, is out again.
The friends of Miss Mamie Lou
Evanston, cf Second-st., will be
glad to know that she has recovered
after a long illness.
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Johnson
wish to announce the birth of their
little son, Farris Thomas.
Mesdames Ella Tiller, Terrell,
Mr. and Mrs. Simon Thomas, and
Mr. and Mrs. Battle reported a
pleasant evening at the home of
Mrs. Charlotte Derricotte, corner
Chase and Reese-sts.
Miss Susie Ealey, of Dothan, Ala.,
visited her parents and friends
during the holidays. On the 80-
th ultmo she was the guest of Miss
Edna Wilbanks, of 347 Fairvlew-st.
On January 2nd Miss Edna Wil
banks, of 347 Fairview-st., spent
the afternoon with Miss Mattie
Barnett, of Route 5.
On Sunday, the 2d inst. Mrs.
Melissa Goosby, of 377 Fairview
St., entertained in honor of her
brother, Mr. Jordan Thomas, of
Chicago. Those present were Dr.
and Mrs. A. M. Jones, Mr. and Mrs
J. B. Wilbanks, Mr. and Mrs. F.
Reid, Rev. and Mrs. J. F. Henry,
Mr. and Mrs, Jno. Arlie, Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Harris, Mrs. Alice Mit
chell, Mrs. Sarah Henderson, Mr.
and Mrs. Bush Wilbanks, Mrs. P.
C. Jones, Mr. Guy Wilbanks, Mrs.
N. Mapp, Miss Jessie B. Mapp,
Mrs. Adeline Gooby, Mr. and Mrs
Claude Newsome, Mrs. Katie Mae
Hill, Mrs. Mali nd a Ford, Mist Wil
banks, Mrs. Laura Warren, Mrs.
W. Saunders, and Mr. Campbell.
The menu consisted of chicken sal
ad, turnip salad, English peas,
creamed potatoes, fried chicken,
beef tongue, macironi, sliced ham,
apple pie, potato custard, ambrosia
with cake, wine and fruit cake.
The day was happily spent by all
Mr. and Mrs. Byrd Stovall who
left here last Spring and went to
Lorrainne, Ohio, where they spent
several months with their uncle,
Mr. Joseph Sheets, liavd returned
to Athens to make it their home
again. They are now visiting
Mr. Stoval’s mother, and shortly
will visit Mr. and Mrs. W. H.
Sheats, the parents of Mrs. Stov
all, who live on the Federal high
Mr. and Mrs. Stoval now have
three chidren, Sarah Louise,
Paul, and Eddie.
Miss Ruby Sheats who has re
turned home from Atlanta where
she spent the summer with her
sister, Mrs. F. W. Dennis.
Mrs. W. A. Mapp has recovered
from her short illness.
Mr* Jeppy Collins, of 1262
Hancock-ave., was hostess to the
Get-together Club, on the after
noon of the 10th inst.
Those present were: Mesdames
Sallie Lumpkin, Edwin ' Henry,
Willie Milner, Henry Battiese,
Lee Carter, Thomas Baszell, West
Chappelle, Archie Lumpkin, Gov
ernor, Sheets. The following menu
was served: hot tea, social tea bis
cuits, jello with woipped cream,
(bearing the club colors) cake.
The jolly crowd dispersed at
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Mr. Victor Clemmons, of 265
Billups-st., is on the sick list.