„ Those That See and Know.
gy SELENE 'fc*i
. c innes entertain-
lkS imr in a most
ff ® ner a? Mill’s Phar-
J "nr of her house guest
raves of Daytona,
suited to meet Mrs.
r *' Mrs Lester Fried-
fe'» K ng 'uure1i
t K. Farrar, D.
I£s Maggie Peabody
, e Townsend enter-
L’ umber of children Mon-
* nn in celebration of
Millie's third birthday.
® played and latter
n " a s served. Those
" May Smith, Mary
rffheeler. Eugenia and
LS Laura Dell Parker
lyter Mary Elizabeth
I Mary Russell, Cornelia
1 Cornelia Coombs, Elinor
Mary Hinel.v Brinson,
lv Cohen, Mary Agnes
l Anna Grace Baggs,
i’Garrette. Elizabeth Gnf-
h .Q‘ P a Py, Mesdames. Anna
Griffin M. L. Tollar, T. S. Hawes,
"* r - and Mrs. C. L. Harrell, Mr.
uo Er *nson, Mr. and Mrs.
rJ'-ri Piohardson, Mr. and Mrs.
C H. Fields, Mr. and Mrs. Glen
Mathis. Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Var
ner, Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Gam-
mage, Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Park
Mr. and Mrs. George H. Fields
entertained at a dinner party
1 hursday evening in honor of
Edwin Perry’s house guests,
Miss Charlotte Wilkens, Miss
Rudene B. Becht of Atlanta,
Miss Floreed Randall, Mr.
George Ticnor, Sam Shank,
Randolph Whitehead, Owen
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Richardson
entertained delightfully Thurs-
nay evening with a dance at the
Elks Club in honor of Mr. Edwin
Perrys house guests. Those
dancing were: Misses Florence
Hawes, Floreed Randall. Char
lotte Wilken, Rudene Becht,
Edna Nussbaum, Mesdames
Mercer Baggs, Anna Griffin. W.
0. Charlton, Miss Nan Philpot.
Messrs. Oliver Flemming, Twitty
Harris, C. L. Senter, II. Coch
ran, George Ticnor, Max Kwi-
v * ~ r> •«: ou fn'iy L e , cki ’ P an( i°lph Whitehead, Sam
Misses Kate Griffin, Sheffield, j Shank, Edwin Perry Mr and
of Tampa, Fla., Florence Hawes, iMrs. E. J. Perry Mr’ and Mrs
Floreed Randall of Madison, Fla.,'Frank S. Jones, Mr and Mrs f
Clara Sutherland, Ruth Hines of,S. Hawes, Mr, and Mrs Glen
Jacksonville, Emma Sutherland, Mathis, Mr. and Mrs Ernest
Messers. Carl Lee Senter, D. R. | Graves of Daytona. Fla Mr and
Bryan, Ben Russell, Owen Fields, i Mrs. G. H. Fields, Mr. and Mrs.
A. C. Soule, Livsie Shackleford, I Jack Bower.
Mrs. Frank S. Jones invited
eight of her friends to meet Mrs.
Ernest Graves of Daytona, Fla.
The party was entertained at
Mills Pharmacy. The tables
were beautifully decorated in
Zenia and ferns. The guest were
Mesdames Gordon Chason, D. D.
Boozer, George H Fields, E. J.
Perry, T. S. Hawes, A. B. Belcher,
R. W. Jackson, and Miss Caroline
Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Perry en
tertained with a picnic and swim
ming party Wednesday at Rhodes
Ferry in honor of their son Ed
win’s house party, which was
composed of Miss Charlotte
Wilkens and Miss Rudene Becht
of Atlanta, Mr. George Ticnor
and Randolph Whitehead of Al
bany and Sam Shank of Charlotte,
N. C. Other guests invited were:
Mrs. Melvin H. Nussbaum en-1 Mrs. Charles Parker was
tertained \Vith two tables of J hostess at a delightful affair Fri-
ijcewandin. “cic.. XV.VV,, Brjdge Thursday afternoon in day evening. The table was de-
!sh f rrih'ini little honor of Mrs. E - E- Shyer of corated in garden flowers. Those
u'hL innings Ber-1 At,anta > Mrs. I. N. Kornman,! invited were: Mesdames H. D.
k m Tim Hamil Tohn an< ^ Mrs. E. Kronhiem of New i Walker of Macon, K. A. Mc-
liXin Nussbaum Jr' of New Orleans. Miss Stella! Caskill, G. T. Mathis, E. C.
&” e u O Coombs 'Nussbaum won first prize and Smith, Glen Darbyshire, W. S.
Marion Brad-'Mrs. E - E Shyer won the guests'Townsend, W. G. Mathis, A. B.
Tonge I ouis ! P rize - 'Those playing were: Belcher. E. J. Perry. S. S. Brin-
Samuel ionge, ^ 0U1S , Megdames Gus Kornmalli Max son, L. C. Brinson, E. S. Varner, |
.Nussbaum, Leo Wise of Thomas- D. T. Sutherland, M. E.Tolsome,:
Edwin ferry was host at a; ville, I. N. Kornman, S. Kron 'Edna Williams, Lester E'riedman ’
narty this past week. His hiem, E. E. Shyer, and Misses and Miss Clara Sutherland.
' I,: " Edna and Stella Nussbaum. After j ^
ths game a delightful buffet lunch i „ The Fnday afternoon Silk
was served. i Stocking Club was delightfully
| entertained at the home of Mrs.
Miss Florence Hawes has re-.Laurell Tonge on Acadmey St.
turned home a three weeks visit Miss Edna Nussbaum made top
to Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Wright score. Others playing were:
in Quincy, Fla.. Mesdames Glen Tonge, H. L.
Gans, W. 0. Charlton, H. H.
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Coleman Coombs, C. L. Harrell, M. B.
left Saturday for an pxtented Baggs, and Miss Stella Nuss-
Miss Myrtle Kornman enter
tained a few friends Saturday
afternoon with a peanut hunt in
honor of her cousin Rose Shyer
of Atlanta, Max Nussbaum Jr.,
won the prize. Others present
were: Euginia Harrell, Helen
Reid, Cornelia Coombs, Dorothy
Harrell, Hebert Nussbaum, John
Kied, Benton Nussbaum, Myran
Kronhiem of New Orleans, and
Melvin Nussbaum Jr.
Mrs. D. F. Crenshaw of Jack
sonville is the guest of Mrs. J. N.
Miss Olive Morgan is spending
her month vacation in the
mountains of N. C.
Mr. Edgar Shyer of Atlanta is
spending the week with Mr. and
Mrs. Gus Kornman.
Mrs. Albert Russell of Calvary
who has been visiting Mrs. John
Flemming has returned home.
Miss Bessie Mayes is spending
a month at St. Georges Island.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Crum,
Ramsey Crum, and Mrs. H. C.
Gammage left Sunday to spend a
month with relatives in Ohio.
Mrs. J. M. Simmons has return
ed from a visit to Dublin.
Mrs. Lee Parker and family
have returned from a week stay
at Lanai k.
Mrs. Leo Wise of Thomasville
is the guest of her sister Mrs.
L. G. Pappy spent Saturday
and Sunday in Atlanta combining
business with pleasure.
Miss Sheffield of Tampa is the
very attractive guest of Mrs. To
Mrs. D. A. Cohen and children
have returned from a visit with
relatives in Mississippi.
luarty this past
were: Miss Charlotte
*s of Atlanta, Miss Rudene
■of Atlanta. Mr. Randolph
head of Albany, Mr. Sam
I of Charlotte, N. C. and
leorge Ticnor of Albany.
. S. Kronniem and son
has returned to their
lin New Orleans after a
Ivisit to Mr. and Mrs. H.
We sell tires for $1.75 and up.
The Motor-Bicycle Company.
Mr. J. W. Burns who has
been located at Reynoldsville for
several years past has gone to
Vada where he has put in a
stock of general merchandise.
Mr. Burns has a host of friends
in this city that wish for him a
splendid business in his new
§ PONT NEGLECT
| The Children’s Teeth
J T is highly essential that care be given to
children’s teeth, for at this stage the
foundation is laid for good or bad health in a
lifetime to come. And good teeth are recog
nized as a strong factor in the condition of a
Take care of the “Baby Teeth
and the second teeth will be
all the better for it
DR. H. F. HAMIL
BAIN BRIDGE, GA
Big Labor Day Excursion
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In Connection With the Opening of the New
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“ROMANCE M MONTGOMERY”
A Good Amateur Photo Play
Miss Bessie Brockett
Thomas L. Hackett
Friday Night, September 1st,
In Connection With
THE SEVENTH EPISODE OF
“The Mysteries of Myra”
The Great Film Play. Also a Screechingly Funny
Featuring Harry Gibbon, Title
“The Perils of the Park”
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