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The Athens Repttblique
Published every - Saturday at
343 Hull Street ’ - • Athens. Georgia
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Entered as second-class matter, November 29, 1919, at the post
offiee at Athens, Georgia, under act of March 3, 1879..
Julian L. Brown Editor-in-chief
Miss Roena Pruitt. Clerk
Dr. B. L. Jackson Professional Editor
General Field Revresntative
Miss Janie Lester Contributing Editor
Brown Jones Normal School Section and Brooklin
Prof. C. H. “Z”’....Contributing Editor
Mrs. M. W. Deadwyler......Contributing Editor
P. E. Dorsey Field Agent
A. S. Brown Fraternal Reporter
Miss Etelle White Z.ZZEast Athens Reporter
Miss Marion Hill East Athens (School Vicinity)
Mrs. Mildred BunkleyContributing Editor
P. T. Redd- Field Agent
Mrs. Jessie Thrasher Contributing Editor
DISTRICT AT LARGE
Miss Savannah Webb Lexington and Sandy Cross
Mrs. H. M. Smith.... Crawford Reporter
C. O. Harris Madison and Greensboro
Mrs. Hattie HaneyWinterville and Vicinity
Miss Lutticia HunterStatham and Vicinity
Miss Gussie Huff Settlement (Ga.) Reporter
Miss Susie Eafey..Jefferson Reporter
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any articles they desire, and are requested to co-operate for the mutual
interest of their work and ours. The pastors and society heads will
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meeting. Many of them make a yearly donation of one subscription
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Bones Brought &
Miss A. F. W. is rather jealous of W.
R. these days, and W. R , you had bet
ter watch out, beause G. B. will be
S. M. R. is high class flirt so J. F. &
L- W. say.
How charming you all do look togeth
er, T. H.& R. L.
The lady who thinks she stands
well with A. S. had better tighten her
reins, for he is making goo goo eyes
Miss J. M. J. thinks she is a flirt, but
tell her she flirted the wrong way
when she flirted with H. H.
F. R., Did the boys give you many
presents on your birthday? You know
a la ly’> popularity is marked by the rec
-egnition she gets at Christmas and on
What a winsome, happy couple as
they wend their way from the Young
Christians* Training Club—Divine No.
1, of U. B. 1., and his queenly belle, of
‘‘Fifth Street Heights.”
They tell us that there four lassoes
about the neck of Mr. C. A. B. Une
young professor stubbornly affirms that
he is her property. He and Divine No.
1, of U. 8.1., would be arch-antago
nists if they were no/" ' meh congen
East Reese Street there’s no
nse in going to Tuskegee to get Domes
tic Science when she can get it right
here at the High School.
J. M. W., What’s tha matter with
you and your fellow at the top of the
hill? If you want those mountain
rocks in front of you blasted down and
the branch tilled in so that he can visit
you oftener yon should apply to the
Miss B. H., of Athens Ave., has
Swamped Miss L. M. R., of Inadale
Ave. and she and J. W. go skylarking
The Knox-lst Baptist Nightingale has
emphatically sung herself back home,
so S. B. R. says. She says the lady at
99 Randolph street, Atlanta, has no
time with her.
Misses S. J. & M. J. are making
much ado over D 8., but Baby Mae!
says they have themselves bluffed.
Miss R. T. says she is indebted the
Young Christian’s Training Club for
many a blissful hour. Divine No 1
Sorry, A. H., you invested so much
in Jewelry for Miss B. A. and then let
Divine No. 2 cut you out.
Miss E. M. H., of North Lumpkin,
is all smiles when she catches a glimpse
8., of Monroe.
We heartbat W.H. W. it losing ground
with G. C. Ji. What’s the trouble
Bfother o’ mint?
Miss K. A, and M. H. F. are making
“goo goo” eyes at each other, but nn
otbei party taysthe latter’s play house
is soon to fall.
A jollier pair than Mr. C. W. and
Mis-» L. A never was- so they think.
M. H., Watch your step. C. A. says
he’s as strong as Gibraltar there.
L. S„ We are sorry C. fc quit you so
abruptly, but maybe W. S. will add
some sunshine to your life.
Ehtjr Athens Republique,
Please spare epace in y< ur paper
for a few words tobieriiing our
QonjuuuDttv Club work. We are
moving suiothly. We had Pray
met lining tady Ch rim mas morn
ing at Bro. Frank Brooks, it was
quit a epiritual meeting < ur presi
dert has been indisposed but we
indeed glad to see her out to prayer
About tun o’clock Christmas
morning Mrs. WiHia Hiram and
Mrs. Emma Nesbit were very busy
carrying around to. tba sick and
old people the Christain Tokens.
We are thankful to ba .able to re-
member the sick and older peo
ple. Last Friday Night was Pro
gram. Discussion “The Birth of
Christ.’' Also a Memorial exercise
of Sister Ann Plumer. A public
exercise Dec. 31, a Chrietmasplay
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