THURSDAY, MARCH 3, 1921.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Calendar for Week
MONDAY, FEB. 28TH.
Mrs. G. C. Moseley was hos
tess to the Bridge elob.
W. C. T. U. Reception at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. W. B.
McCants in th e evening.
Mrs. L. Wlkie Collins will en
tertain the Ladies of the Mission
ary Society of the Methodist
TUESDAY, MARCH 1.
Mesddmes C. S. Williams, Roy
<1 Jackson and J. I\ Cash enter
, tained Ladies Aid Society of the
Methodist Men’s Club held a
meeting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. Aiken in the evening.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 2.
Mrs. T. A. Maynard was hos
tess at Sewing Party.
THURSDAY, MARCH 3.
Mrs. L. W. Collins is enter
taining Junior Priscilla Sewing
Play under auspices Baseball
association at school auditorium
at 8 p. m.
FRIDAY, MARCH 4.
'/ Reception will be given at the
Christian church for Rev. and
Mrs. Stanley Grubb in the even
SATURDAY, MARCH 5.
Miss Audrey Wills will enter
tain Teachers Sewing club.
RECEPTION FOR MESDAMES
.JQHN H. WOOD AND L. H. _
Beautiful in every detail was the re
ception last Saturday afternoon given
by Mesdames Z. F. Jackson and B. B.
Jackson at the home of the latter. The
honor guests being Mesdames John H.
Wood and L. H. Reid. Mrs. Glass.
Mother of Mrs. Reid, also shared hon
ors of the occasion. The lower floor
of this lovely home was thrown togeth
er, and made radiant with its spring
like decorations. As the guests arrived
they were met at the door hy Mes
dames Reba Vonderlieth, Roy Jackson,
and C. O. Niblack; they were then
ushered into the music room where hot
chocolate and wafers were served from
an unusually attractive table, which
was decorated with jonquils and ferns.
.Those assisting in serving were Mrs.
J. M. Aikin, Mrs. C. M. Ferguson, Miss
Cleo Bush, Miss Mary Julia Reid, Miss
Mary Quarterman and Miss Alice Eu
Miss Annette Quillian and Mrs. A.
D. Mc.Curry furnished music for the
afternoon. The guests were then in
vited into the living-room to the re
ceiving line and then into the dining
room by Mrs. O. M. Jackson where they
were served cream and cake. Mes
dames R. L. Rodgers and M. J. Grif
feth presided at the table and were
assisted by Mesdames Guy Kilgore, J.
S. Hargrove, Hiram T. Flanigan and
Miss Ora Leo Camp and little Miss
During the afternoon more than
one hundred and fifty guests called.
MRS. H. T. FLANIGAN ENTER
TAINED AT MUSICAL TEA.
The Musical tea on last Friday af
ternoon at which Mrs. Hiram T. Flan
igan was the gracious hostess was one
of the largest and loveliest social
events of the season. This beautiful
home was unusually attractive, made
so with many decorations of early
spring flowers. The guests were met
at the door by the cordial hostess and
Mrs. H. A. Carithers; they were then
ushered into the library, where from a
beautifully appointed tea table Mrs.
Clyde Williamson and Mrs. Robert Pir
kle poured tea, and others assistng in
this room were Mesdames H.' E. Milli
kin, W. H. Quarterman, Dunn. The dec
orations in the library were quantities
of johnquils and yellow roses. Next
the guests were invited into the din
ing room which was lovely in its every
detail, pink roses and hyacinths being
used, the color motif of pink and j el
low was skillfully carried out in the
frozen course served. Those presid
ing at the table were Mesdames G. A.
Johns and Roy Jackson, those assist
ing were Mesdames Howard Rogers, B.
B. Jackson, Ed Beddingfleld, O. M.
Jackson and Robert Camp. And m\
the adjoining music room the same
lovely flowers were used and during
tfie afternoon a most enjoyable musical
program was rendered by Mesdames A.
D. McCurry, Mac Potts. Joe Estes, W.
A. Bradley, and Miss Ora Lee Camp,
and Miss Cleo Bush.
More than one hundred guests enjoy
ed Mrs. Flanigan’s cordial hospitality
on this occasion.
, Last Monday, at the Southeastern
Christian College, Auburn, occurred the
marriage of Mr. Rolin Garrett, the son
of Prof, and Mrs. H. R. Garrett, of that
institution, and Miss Dorothy Haun.
of Bessemer, Ala. Both are tine young
people and they have the very best
wishes of their host of friends for a
happy and prosperous journey through
life’s highway. Rev. John H. Wood,
of this city spoke the words that made
&e happy couple man and wife.
Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Kley announce
the engagement of their daughter, Ida
Carolyn, to Mr. Howard S. Bonnell.
of New York City. The marriage will
be solemnized in the summer. No
MRS. MOSELEY ENTERTALNS
An enjoyable feature of this week’s
social activities was Monday afternoon
when Mrs. G. C. Moseley delightfully
entertained the Bridge club. Late in
the afternoon delicious refreshments
The guests were Mesdames H. A.
Caritliers, Ralph Smith, A. D. McCur
ry, Robert Camp, Fleming Thompson,
Howard Rogers, Reba Vonderleith,
Grady Whitehead of Greenwood, S. C.,
Paul Roberts. J. J. Wilson, J. M. Ai
ken, George Fortson, Henry Pledger, J.
F. Broome, W. L. DeLaPerriere, O. M.
Jackson and J. W. Griffeth.
MATINEE PARTY FOR YOUNG
Last Thursday afternoon Mrs. E. V.
Snipes entertained the Young Matrons
club at a matinee party. After enjoy
ing the picture, “Life's Twists,” the
guests assembled at the drug store
where sandwiches a|ul drinks were
served. Among the guests present were
Mesdames Roberts, Aiken, O. M. Jack
son, Carithers, Ralph Smith, Robert
Camp, Fleming Thompson, Wilson, Es
tes, Vonderleith, W. L. DeLuPerriere,
Howard Rogers, E. R. Harris, Roy
Jackson, George Fortson and Henry
“I am a plain country woman, and
my daughter has come back from board
ing school with ‘city ideas.’ Nothing
will do but that I give her a week-end
party. Could you please tell me what
is a week-end party, and what I must
make the guests do to feel that they
are being entertained in good style.—
Mrs. Anxious: Ask your daughter’s
friends, young men and maidens, to
come to your home for the week-end.
They will probably arrive any time
from Friday afternoon until Sunday
morning, and most of them will leave
Sunday night—none later than Mon
day morning unless specially urged.
Do not try to entertain them —just let
them enjoy the seashore or the country
in their own way. Give them lots of
good things to eat. Above all things
don’t overdo the chaperoning of the
young folks. For suggestions for your
party, advise you to see “The Week-
End,” showing at The Strand Theater
Two Days, Thursday and Friday of
this week, featuring Marguerite Fisch
er and Milton Sills.
YV. C. T. U. RECEPTION
The annual reception of the W. C. T.
U. to the teachers of the public schools
of Winder took place Monday evening
at the beautiful residence of Mr. and
Mrs. W. B. McCants. The home was
artistically decorated with gold and
white, the colors of the Union.
The receiving line was headed by
Mrs. Guy Kilgore, president of the un
ion; and Mrs. W. 11. McCants, superin
tendent of scientific temperance instruc
tion department; then followed all the
teachers of the public schools.
The guests were greeted at the door
by Mesdames George Fortson, Edgar
DelaPerriere and YV. N. Bailey.
After a very interesting program the
social hour was a feature of the even
ing. A tempting salad course was
served by Mesdames Parham, Hargrove
Stanton, Harrison, A. A. Camp, and
About ninety guests were present dur
ing the evening. The president gave a
cordial invitation to all of those not
belonging to the union to join.
Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. T. A.
Maynard was hostess at a delightful
little sewing party. After a merri
time was had with the needle the hos
tess served a delicious salad course.
Those present were Mesdames Reba
Y'onderlieth, C. B. Almond, J. S. Har
grove, B. B. Jackson, C. O. Niblack,
Grady YVhiteliead, G. YV. DeLaPerriere,
and Edgar DeLaPerriere.
Miss Mabel Jackson delightfully en
tertained the Bachelor Girls club last
Saturday afternoon. Delicious refresh
ments were served at the conclusion of
the sewing hour. The guests included
Misses Montine Robinson. Sadie Harris,
Sara Hayes, Josephine House, Marie
Herrin and Charlotte McCants.
YIRS. BEDDINGFIELI) ENTER
TAINED AT PERC’HESLA
Mrs. Ed Beddingfleld was hostess at
a most delightful party last Saturday
evening. “Perchesia” was the game for
the evening and delicious refreshments
were served after the games. The
guests included Mr. and Mrs. Sidney
Maughon, Mr. and, Mrs. J. YV. Griffeth,
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Camp. Mr. and
Mrs. Guy Jackson, Mr. and Mrs. Rob
ert Pirkle, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Autry,
Mrs. Hagan. Miss Annette QuiUlan, Mr.
Carl Hargrove and little Miss Vemelle
MRS. POTTS ENTERTAINED
YOUNG MATRONS FEDERATED
Among the many delightful social
events of tlie early spring was the love
ly party on last Thursday afternoon
at which Mrs. Mac Potts was cordial
lostess. * The rooms in which the guests
were entertained were very pretty with
their decorations of jonquils, heralds
of spring, and ferns. 500 was the fea
ture of llie afternoon. Upon arrival
of the guests were served sandwiches
and tea and late in the afternoon a
frozen course was served. The guest
list included Mesdames Claud Mayne,
Williamson, IV. L. Jackson, Bradley,
Johns, H. T. Flanigan, Alyioml, J. L.
Jackson, Millikin, J. W. Griffeth, Sax
on, W. O. Perry, R. L. Eavenson, Lee
Fortson, McCurry, Ware, Brooks, C. S.
Williams, Parks Stewart, Guy Jack
son, Rhett Nowell, Reid, Robert Smith,
Starr, T. M. Furlow, of Jackson; C. E.
Furlow of Ohio; Miss Ora I.ee Camp,
and little Elizabeth Furlow.
Miss Lee Orah Pulliam was the week
end guest her parents at Dewey
Miss Sybil Johnson of Winterville
was the guest of Miss Miriam Bennett
the past week-end.
Dr. and Mrs. H. P. Quillian spent
Wednesday in Athens with Mr. and
Mrs. D. F. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Wall, of Statham,
were guests of Mrs. J. M. Haynie Sun
Mrs. H. C. DeLaPerriere, of Hosch
ton, was the guest of Mrs. Preston
Williams on Monday.
We regret to hear of the illness of
Mr. Thomas Roark; hope he will soon
be out again.
Mr. G. W. Malcom, of Statham, was
shaking hands with his friends in the
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brock, of Jeff
ferson, were guests Sunday of Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Summerour.
Mr. A. N. Porter, a prominent mer
chant of Statham, was in the city on
Mrs. B. W. Oglesby and daughter,
Miss Katie Lou, of Elberton, spent the
week-end with relatives in Winder.
Mr. T. O. Slaughter, of Southeastern
Christian College, Auburn, Ga., was a
visitor in the city Monday.
Editor Archie C. Camp, of the Oco
nee Enterprise, Watkinsville, Ga., was
a visitor in the city last Saturday.
Messrs. D. O. Carrington, Allen Car
rington and Ernest Lay were visitors
to Lawrenceville Monday.
Mrs. Howard N, Mann is on an ex
tended visit to her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. A. Y. Eavenson, of this city.
Mrs. YY r . R. Smith, Mrs. Reece Couch,
Mrs. George Fortson, Mrs. J. B. Par
ham and Joe Jr., motored to Athens
Mr. and Jlrs. YY r . F. Robertson and
son, YY’illiam, were the guests Tuesday
night of the latter’s parents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. YY T . McWhorter.
Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hadaway and
children of Athens were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. YV. F. Hubbard the past week
Dr. J. YY\ Quillian, Presiding Elder
of the Augusta District, spent the first
of the week her e with his brother, Dr.
H. I'. Quillian.
Rev. J. B. Gresham, of Bethlehem,
was a visitor in the cith last Mondac
attending the Barrow Minister’s con
Mr. John Shields and sons, Mr. and
Mrs. Mark Sims, and baby motored to
Jefferson last Sunday and were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. D. YV. YVilhite.
Mr. and Mrs. Dorroh Nowell an
nounce the birth of a son Sunday, Feb.
27th, who has been given the name of
James Thirston. ,
Rev. and Mrs. L. YY r . Collins have as
their guests their mother and sister,
Mrs. Wilkie Collins and Mrs. J. P. Hur
dle and little son, Phil, Jr., of Winston-
Salem, N. C.
Col Sam Jolly, who has been recent
ly made assistant solicitor general of
this district, of Homer, Ga„ was a vis
itor in YVinder during the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Montgomery Haynes of
Atlanta are receiving congratulations
on the birth of a son, Mrs. Haynes was
formerly Miss Florrie YY’ood of this
Dr. and Mrs. G. YV. DeLaPerriere. af
ter a most delightful sojourn in Flor
ida and Cuba for two months, have re
turned to their home in this city. They
are being cordially welcomed by their
YY T e are glad to note that Mrs. J. R.
N. Baugh, who recently underwent an
operation in YY’esley Memorial Hospital
Atlanta, is improving rapidly. This
Is glad news to her many friends in
THE WINDER NEWS
Miss Ada Hancock spent the week
end with her father near Jefferson.
Mr. A. O. Hood, of Nicholson, was in
Winder Tuesday on business.
Judge H. G. Hill and Mr. W. H- Har.
digree were visitors to Auburn Sunday.
Mr. W. J. Smith made a business
trip to Atlanta last Friday.
We are glad to note that Mr. J. B.
Wiliams is able to be out again after
an illness of several days.
Mr. and Mrs. T. W. Fowler, of East
Point, were guests Saturday night and
Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Smirii.
Mr. arid Mrs. John Baird and Misses
Ola Porter. Gipsy Beddingfield and Be
atrice Wilhite spent Sunday with
Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and
Mrs. H. G. Hill were visitors to Gaines
ville last Sunday.
Mr. E. D. Sparks, a former Winder
citizen, but now Atlanta, was a visitci
here tirst of the week.
Mi’, and Mrs. G. W. Summerour and
sons, visited the latter's sister. Mrs. A.
L. Morris, in Atlanta last week.
Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Fulmer, of Tam
pa, Fla., are guests this week of the
lattec's sister, Mrs. C. C. Gregory.
Mr. and Mrs. Herschel W. Smith
went over to WiiTterville last week-end
to visit the latter's mother, Mrs. J. W.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Gunter, of Bu
ford, spent Saturday night and Sun
day in the city with Mr. and Mrs. W.
Rev. C. W. Henderson, pastor of the
Statham Baptist church, and Mr. Robt.
Thompson, of Bogart, fas here a short
while Wednesday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Rogers of Atlan
ta, were the week-end guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Rogers.
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Our sale last week put out several hundred pairs of
Silk Stocking’s. .Remarkable how kidies come when
Strange offers values.
For This Week
We offer the Famous Cadet and “Buster Brown” boys
and girls stockings. Stock Nos. 8 and 12, sizes 6 to 10.
Known as the leading makes and best wearing stocking
in the country—for three days—
-35c; 3 pr. for $ 1.00
1 lot Misses stockings, colors white and brown, sizes 4
to <H, for 3 days—
-2 prs. for 25c
1 lot very special, all white Silk Stockings 75c
1 lot few stockings left from last week, brown and
white . . . : . . SI.OO
Come get in on this; supply all the family and save
J. T. Strange Cos.
Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Faust spent
last Monday in Athens.
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Rev. W. 11. Faust, the pastor of the
First Baptist church, is in Tennille to
day and will return tomorrow.
Mrs. Arch Perry returned Monday
ifter spending several days with
friends and relatives in Powder
Springs, Atlanta and East Point.
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Mrs. L. W. Hodges has returned from
a week’s stay in Atlanta.
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Mr. and Mrs. Grady Whitehead and
little son, of Greenwood, S. C., are the
guests of Mrs. Whitehead and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Tom Burson linve mov
ed to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Z. F.
Jackson in the apartment formerly oc
cupied by Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Reid.