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SATURDAY AFTERNOON, DECEMBER 90, 1122.
TIMES-ENTERPRI8E, THOMA8VILLE, GEORGIA
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W. Feinberg & Son
Thomasyille’s Leading Furniture Store
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•THE ^ R A NT\
X —TODAY— -Ly
In South Ga.
ED “HOOT” GIBSON
in his newest and best western drama
ALSO A FUNNY TWO REEL COMEDY AND FOX NEWS
Hours: 3, 4:45,6:30* 8:15,9:30 10 and 25c
WHEN IN DOUBT
PLAY SAFE, INVESTIGATE
that includes almost everything.
You can't get stung*
A. T. Chastain
__ _ Refreshment* of hot chocolate and j Mr. Wm, Miller Hoet at
inY uectssary imalTthine. to auto **«-**« WrretJ,*)[-ta« tbs amolu.. D.llghtful E.nt.rtalam.nt-
comfortabfe 20 living-room.. . | Tlu, “ ln,l,ed ,or ' th ® •KuKm *«re: Mr. William Miller wa, the host laat
Entering from tha .tract level oh. &•>* P*rke^lne« Praetor, Ell-.evening at a very delightful entertain,
comes at once upon the admfnistra-
| Gifts for Xmas
Select a Gift from our Stock
and you will be well pleased, both in price and quali
ty, Our line consists of
WHITE IVORY GOODS
Our line of jewelry is all guaranteed to be best
quality. Come in and get first choice,'
Ray^iit. 5parks Pharmacy
Flaahllahta ' ’ r ". Goodneaa
ni Ilf knowa they're
Phone 115 *ood.
To the Good People of This Town
md-County ; \
l^wlih lothankYou Tor the continued patronage that you have
glVen hie thle year, Tor It le that, which has mad* by business
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VERY M^RRY.XIdAS wiii ^'PROSPEROUS. NEW YEAR
GAS, OILS, GREASES .REPAIRS
S.UMIS0WST. C. DEWEY NQflWDQBti™^
GEORGIA CLUB WOMEN TO
ATTEND OPENING OF NEW
HOME iN WASHINGTON
Atlanta, Ga., Dec. 30—.Georgia
club women are getting ready.-to at
tend the formal opening of the hand*
residence on N street. Northeast
in the national capital, recently pur
chased by the General Federation of
Aa the newly elected recording
secretary of the General Federation
of Women’s Clubs, Mrs. James E;
Hayes, of Montezume, Ga., who al
so is president of the Georgia Federa
tion of Women’s Clubs, and of the
Southeastern Council of the General
Federated Club women, will be
among the national officers attend-
tar the opening of the new home of
the nation’s clubwoman, which takes
place January 12.'
exclusive a nd fashionable
residential section of the nation’s
capital, the club how* of four stories
and English basement stands, a
dignified expression at th* modern
club worker, quiet and effective.
Much pf the original furnishings se
lected with taste and care for its
particular placing were purchased
with the house from the owners. To
these have been added other pieces
Rltchie-Russell— Broad Street Paving
A Christmas marriage was that of Progressing Rapidly—
Miss Johnnie Ruth Ritchie, of this
city and Mr. J. H. Russell, of Nash
ville, Tenn., which took place on Mon
day evening at the'Baptist Pattorlum,
the ceremony beifig performed by the
Rev. W. M. Harris.'
Miss Virginia Cochran Hostess
At Christmas Party—
Miss Virginia Cochran was the hos
tess last evening at a very delightful
Chirstmas party in honor of her guest.
Miss Miriam Johnson, of Montlcello,
and of the girls and boys at home for
the holiday season.
The decorations were entirely of the
Christmas season, and the combination
of crimson and green was seen on all
sides, giving a glow of warmth and
brightnesa to the.' rooms and halL
There was also a Christmas tree, and
The pavement on North Broad street
has progressed to the Intersection of
Washington street. The block will be
completed today and Mr. King, the
engineer in charge, stated that the
first block will be opened for traffic
tomorrow, so that cars may park In
front of the court house and Baptist
church. The cars will' not be permit
ted, however, to use the Intersections
at Washington street, as this must be
graded and leveled by the city before
It is passable. The work is progress-
lng rapidly and is expected to be fin-!
lshed by the fifteenth of the month-j
The city has leveled the sidewalks In :
the first block and there is marked
Improvement. The Baptist church
fcorner has been changed so as to al
low the church to plant grass on what
r w 'z er ' y the ,,de, *" t • nd Mn
- •*«—p. 1 xst*isr f ° r ,h *,
tion offices, filing-and record rooms.
Committee rooms are one flight up.
A stately salon also is on the second
floor. Upper floors are furnished
for a few resident “guests,” but
most of them are available for out*
An automatic elevator, recently
installed, is a luxuary which purchas
ing and house committees deemed a
sabeth Way, Francis Myrlck, Louise I meat given in the grove adjoining his*
Mimms, Alice May., Norton, Lucile hqme. The occasion was the anniver-
Norton. Miriam Johnson, June Slebert, 1 sary of the visit of Mrs. Miller tc
Virginia Cochran and Mrs. Clarence j Thomaaviile, at which time Mr. Miller
Palin: Messrs. Fraaif.r Driver, Wannie • met her for the first time, with the
Mays, James Groover, Joe Turner,! result that with the aid of Cupid she
moat OI men. .re .Tt.ti.Die lor onf *“* u,t ‘ ne Cantleld. Mmod Shumate,:,, Mr,. Miller,
of-town clubwomen showing either! Jull “ s Scott - Henry Slebert, Clarence The Pleat, inclnded, beatdea u ntim-
their elnb membeiuhip card or a let. p * I,n - Fred Wood,:43batlea Pittman.. ber 0 f ThomaeTllle friends, several
ter ?Tom their president Willard Mlmme, rrent Ennis, Peter guests from Weat Virginia, of which
Howell, and William Cochran. |Mra. Mlllor la a native. Those wore
The Y. M. C. A. Orchestra furnish- I Judge and Mrs. Ewing. of Wheeling- '
ed delightful music during tha even- H on. and Mrs. S. It. Collier: Mr. and
Mrs. J. D. Parrlot. and Mr. W. R. Rob
MIse Cochran was assisted In re- ln>0 „, (athw or Mr , Mm , r
colvlng by Misses Emma Hall, Rossle Delicious roast pig. with potatoes
Vincent and June Slebert. | a nd all the condiments suitable, con.
. _ Intituled the refreshments which, It Is
Y Z,T C ° | noodles, to say. were greatly enjoyed
"^ Ue * v . ...' by all of the guests present.
The annual New Year dance will A number of ah(jrt ^ ye ad .
Vn nlipa at til an Pminfpv Pluh otl ' . v )
dresses were made by different ones
present, and a vote of appreciation
was given to Mr. Miller for one of the
enjoyable events of the Ch.-ist-
To Every One,
We Wish >
A Happy New Year
May ovary hour ba sunny, «aeh month full of happiness, and tha j I
yaar a lucky ona t*T,jrou, May tha cup of prosperity bo filled I J
to ovarflowing, and haaith and happlnata be yours always, f%
We also wish to sxpraaa a word of thanka for ypur patronage
and want you to know I* was Mnotrtly appreciated, and If In tha
future your wants coma under tha haad of Hardware, just call
on .ms. Wa are hare to serve.
, : -v- Cordially youra, ^
Drink Melrose Tea,
Must Hava Mail Receptacles
After January First—
patrons of this office that are
served by the city carriers:
Please don’t forget that mall recep
tacles or mall door slots will be re
quired after January 1, 1923, for re
ceipt of mall delivered by the city car-
riers to each residence, and at each
place of business that Is not open at
the time of delivery.
J. B. RODDENBERRY.
Postofflcd to Observe Holiday
Hours on New Year*—
The windows will be open from
12:20 p. m. to 1:80 p. m. The city
carriers will make the usual early
morning delivery and collection.
J. B. RODDENBERRY,
Postofftca to Observe
The. postoffice will observe Sunday
hours New Years Dsy. The stamp, de
livery and parcel post windows will
be open from ;12:30> to 1:30,. .There
will be ope early morning delivery.
County Federation of
Women's Clubs to Meet—
The regular monthly meeting of the
Thomas C6unty Federation of Wo
men's Cluba, will be held at the
house on Tuesday afternoon, January
2nd, at 3 o'clock. A full attendance
. , Mr, and Mrs. F- L- Mallory..of Little
Rock; Ark!, and lilts Jessie Harris ol
Austin, Texas, who have been spend
ing the holldaye with Dr. and Mrs.
W. M. Harris, are in Florida for a few
days, visiting various points of Inter
est In that state. They will return to
Thomaavllle for a short stay.
My klndsrgartsn will open January
the tenth. Those wishing to enter
please make application by nine o’clock
the above date. Mrs. R-. H. BuckeUw.
HIGHWAYS WEATHER SERVICE
Atlanta. Ga., Dec. 30, 1922,
AH roads passable, but muddy and
slippery. Some stretches bumpy. Fail
weather wUl continue through today,
and the roads will dry. rapidly..
L. J. GUTHRIE,
MsUorbloglst, Temporarily la Charge
take place at the Country Club >
Monday evening, and is expected
be a very delightful aa well as a vei
unique affair. It will be a “Sheik" j n
dance and every body will wear a cos
tume partaking of the East in Its char
acter. The decorations will also be
Oriental in their nature. A number ol
out-of-town guests are expected to add
to the enjoyment of the occasion.
Hon. J. 8. Hopkins 4to-Appolnted
As Oil Inspector In Thomasvlllt^
It has been formally announced that
Hon. J- S. Hopkins, has received the
appointment as oil inspector In
Thomaavllle, from Commissioner J.[hard to
J. Brown, of the state department o*j Most
Schools to Start On
Thomaavllle schools will open bright
and early Monday morning, after being
closed for a two weeks' holiday. Of
course the children are not very anx
ious to begin school on New Year’s
Day, but they have had a good holiday
of two weeks and it would be Just as
the teachers have been
agriculture. Mr. Hopklna held the away for the holidays but will
Job tot a number of yeara and was m time to take up their classes.
succeeded by Hon. James B. Burch two , ,
years ago. Mr. Hopklna secured the Wesley Class to Install
appointment at the expiration of Mr.; Its Nsw Officers—
Burchs, term. The appointment will, Officers for the ensuing six months j
be known with much interest here; have been elected by the-.Wesley
where Mr. Hopkins has many friends.
City Court Adjourned
- City Court haa progressed this week
very materially and many cases havs
been disposed of. The court was In
aesalon again today, and will adjourn
this afternoon until Tuesday, when
the residue of civil and criminal caaea
will be taken up. There will be ao Bas
tion of the court on New Yesr-j Day.
(Men’s) Class of the Methodist Sun
day achool, as follows:
President—H. C. Clemen*.
Vice President—James Mitchell.
Recording Secretary—John Searcy.
Membership Secretary—Wm. J.
The exercises tomorrow will Include
the installation of these officers by
the Presiding Elder, Rev. O. B. Ches
ter. Interesting talks will be made by
Mr. Chester, by the officers, and oth-
A cordial invitation is given all men
not now attending any other Sunday
school, to visit and Join the Wesley
Thomasvllle people will have the
opportunity of seeing laat year's Junior
“Y" basketball team In action again
next Monday night, when the meet the
n«w Junior rr In n basketball con- , rtmlt | v ,
test. The team to play the present [ Pptaf M no _
IT” will not b« entirely ot the old five, I EM „ j M Jennlng .,
lor Oroorer and Ennl. will be with ^ OI , k „
present sound. Tbo lineup of th. c , me ,
lleuKers will be cumpusod oulr ol Bll „ north „„ ...
county line road at 11:30 o’clock to
morrow morning. You are cordially
Invited to come and bear this man of *
challengers will be composed only
bqys away at college, who are here for
the holidays, and will probably be,
Joe,Robison and Theo Couch, for
wards: Ernest Milton, center; Ardls
McDougald and Buddie Whlddon,
guards. These five players represent Banks to Closa Fi
four schools, Emory, Mercer, Georgia Nsw Year's Day-
Tech »nd Davidson, and with Flun-| According to their usual custom, alii
kstt’s School and the High School; the banks of Thomasvllle will close |
eojhposing the uew^Jnnicr T, fans'for the NswJTsM’.. Those who failed;
will see a number X/tSchools represent-[to cash their checks today will have
A tegai Lamb ’
Fryer or Hen '
Fresh Fish and Oysters
THE ECONOMY MARKET
J. W. Blanton, Proprietor.
Phone No. 2-8-7 110 N. Broad SI.
S PtCI A L !
For a Few Days
Your choice dI any pair of
for men and women.
Values Upward to $12.00
Price 0iily i---$5.00
Cut tfhlce Shoe Store
FIREMEN must often de-
sffoy your property in order
$ f n ~
to conquer the flames.
WHinvir firs gets a foothold there follows financial loss of
some degree. A Hartford Fire Insurance Company policy
stands between you and this loss. The property owner pro
tected by a Hartford Contract need not fear that hit dollars
will go up In smokj? * • t\
J. T. CULPEPPER & SON
Thomasville, . • . Georgia.
ffo Our Friends
We thank you for the liberal patronage you have
given us in the past year, and wish that the
New Year will bring you much happiness
We ask a continuance of your business and friend
ship during the New Year.
Ansley - Pittman Company
PHONE 111. 101 1.2 SOUTH BROAD ST.
(Next to'jRjitj-MCtSa-'Drug Company)