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4 On the 27th ultimo. Mrs. Susie I
A. Thomas, of Reese-st., honored’
the aniversary of her niece, Miss
Viola Dunn by giving her a grand
birth-day party, from 3 P. M. un
til 7 P. M.
Those present were: Messrs
Herman Jefferson, Driskell Jack
son. Sherman Morse, Oscar Hill,
Julius Johnson, Willie Dickson,
Rufus Johnson, Misses Ruth and
Rachel Haynes, Clotell Rich
ardson, .Normal Bell, Lillian
Dunn, Marie Thomas, Bessie Ru
disill, Lillian Wilbon, Roberta
Woods, Annie M. Credell, Mr.
.As the youngsters withdrew
it seemed that the party had been
greatly enjoyed by all of them.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. Sam
Johnson, of 398 Arch-st., recently
a fine, bouncing boy. May he
grow up and gather about him
those qualities*that will make an
ideal Christian gentlemen.
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Mr. J. T. Olive, of 150 Dublin
street, who was ill during the
holidays, is out again—to the
delight of his many friends.
Mrs. Eliza Buggs, of 237 Tab
ernacle-st., did not enjoy the
holidays on account of sickness.
Her friends be proud to learn that
she is quite improved.
Messers. Charles Poland, and Jno.
H. Thomas, of 1157 Hancock-ave.
went to Atlanta on the 6th inst.
and spent the week-end with Mrs.
Mrs. Carrie Garfield, of 1195
Hancock-ave., spent a few days
in Atlanta recently visiting her
daughters, Mrs. Irene Garfield-
Powell, and Miss Lilia B. Gar
field, the latter being a student at
at Atlanta University.
Mr. John Howard, of 1157 Han
cock-ave. visited his sister at Nor
cross, Ga. during the holidays.
He spent a part of his time in the
City of Atlinta.
On January 3d the Get-together
Club was entertained by Mrs.
Governor Sheets, 148 Chase-st.
The ladies employed themselves
sewing for a while, and then a few
games were plaved.
The menu, consisting of Oyster
stew and crakers, cake and and
ambrosia, grape wine, came next.
Those present were: Mesdames
Thomas Bazzell, Henry Battiese,
Theo Williamson, Charles Lump
kin, Jeppy Collins, Visitors: Mrs.
Stepny Jones, and Mrs. Allen G.
Robinson, the latter from Atlanta.
The ladies withdrew after having
a very pleasent time. '
Mr. John W. Eberhardt, of
Atlantic City, N. J., who spent
the holidays with his mother, at
635 Hull-st., has returned to his
Mrs. Louise Eberhardt, has re
turned from Lythonia where she
i visited her mother.