THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 1921.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Calendar for Week
Monday, March 21st.
Mrs. Guy Kilgore entertained the
Methodist Missionary Society.
Baptist Missionary Society met
at the church parlors.
. Georgia Glee Club at the Audito
rium in the evening.
Wednesday, March 23rd.
Woman's Club met at the Baptist
Thursday, March 24th,
Mrs. Reba Vonderleith is enter
taining the Young Matrons club.
Mrs. Herschel Smith is hostess to
the Young Matrons Federated club.
Friday, March 25th.
Literary debate will be held at the
school auditorium in the evening.
Saturday, March 26th.
Miss Charlotte MeCants will en
tertain Bachelor Girls club.
Mrs. Paul Roberts will entertain
her Sunday school class with an
Easter Egg Hunt at her home.
Mrs. Broome Hostess
At Sewing Party.
Featuring last week’s social activities
•was the pleasant sewing party given
by Mrs. J. F. Broome on Thursday
afternoon to the Junior Priscilla Sew
ing Club and a number of friends.
Following the usual time spent in sew
ing was the serving of a delicious salad
course. Among thdpe present* were
Mesdames Clyde Williamson, W. A.
Brooks, H. A. Carithers, Roy Smith,
H. T. Flanigan, Herschel Smith, Robt.
Camp, Ralph Smith, H. Watkins,
Henry Pledger, John Maynard, G.
W. DeLaPerriere, It. H. Kimball, B.
B. Jackson, L. Love, L. E. Herrin, Z.
F. Jackson, W. N. Bailey, G. C. Mos-
Preston Williams, C. O. Niblack, Paul
Edgar DeLaPerriere, J. B. Parham,
ley, Fleming Thompson. E. R. Harris,
Roberts, J. M. Aiken, S. T. Ross, O.
M. Jackson, George Fortson, A. A.
Camp, Parks Stewart, It. L. Eavenson
and Miss Ora Lee Camp.
Teacher’s Sewing Club.
The Teacher’s Sewnig Club had an
usually delightful meeting last Satur
day afternoon with Miss Rosa Rives
as hostess. Late in the afternoon a
lovely frozen course was served. Those
enjoying Miss Rives hospitality were
Misses Sadie Harris, Mable Jackson,
Ida and Allene Kilgore, Audrey Wills,
Flossie Henson, Mary Lou Cargill, Al
ma Haygood, Essie Stephens, Christine
Clayton, Brown, Sammie Davis, Alice
King and Mrs. Mark Sims.
Prof. J. L. Moore, of Bethlehem, was
a visitor in the city Tuesday.
Mrs. J. T. Strange visited relatives
in Athens Tuesday.
Mr. R. L. Woodruff was in Atlanta
last week on business.
Prof. J. Groves Colbert of Statbam,
Mr. Robert G. Sims, of Statbam,
was here Friday.
Mr. J. B. Treadw r ell, of Statham,
was a visitor in the city Tuesday.
Col. J. C. Pratt was in Athens one
day last week on business.
Mr. W. E. Flanigan, of near County
Line, was in the city on business Wed
Mr. and Mrs. Broadus Williams vis
ited Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Williams at
Carithers Mill last Sunday.
Mr. Harold Herrin visited Pender
grass, Gainesville and other points
north of Winder during the past week.
Miss Willie Mae Eavenson leaves to
day for a visit of several weeks with
friends and relatives in Elberton and
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Miss Patience Russell, of G. N. I. C.,
Milledgeville, spent the past week-end
We regret to chronicle the serious
illness of Mr. Arch Perry; hope he will
soon be on the road to recovery.
Miss Mabel Jackson had as her guest
Monday, Miss Elanor Estes, of the S.
N. S., Athens.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brooks will
spend the Easter holidays in Atlanta
with Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Eberhart.
Mr. and Mrs. S. B. Carter, of Gaines
ville, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
C O. Maddox last Sunday.
Mrs. J. A. Perry and little son, of
Atlanta, visited relatives here the past
Miss Newton Swinney, of Nashville,
was the guest a few days last week
of Mrs. Claude Mayue.
Mrs. Clara H. Dexter, of Danbury.
Conn., kindly renews her subscription
to The News, for which she has our
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Porter and Jack
Porter, of Jefferson, were guests Sun
day of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baird.
Mr. J. V. Henson made a business
trip to Louisville, Warrenton and oth
er points in that section of the state
Mrs. Howard N. Mann, who has been
under treatment in the Wesley Memo
rial Hospital in Atlanta for some time
has returned to her home in this city
greatly improved in health.
Miss Kathleen Bedingfield, of At
lanta, spent the week-end with home
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Daniel and
daughter, Dorothy, of Athens, were
guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. J. T.
Mr. W. E. Young is in an Atlanta
hospital this week on account of rheu
matism. We hope he will soon be re
stored to health.
Miss Sue Dell Perry, who is attend
ing the State Normal school at Athens,
has been home this week on account of
the illness of her father, Mr. Arch Per
Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Kinnebrew, and
son, Hulme, Jr., of Athens, were the
guests of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Strange
Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Williams and son,
Lewis Harper, spent the past week
end with relatives in 'Lawrenceville
Mr. and Mrs. H. P. Stanton and Mr.
and Mrs. Oscar Summerour spent one
day last week at Carithers Mill fishing
and as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mrs. Millard Harper and little twin
sons, Millard ami Willard, of Logan
ville, are spending this week here with
Dr. and Mrs. C. S. Williams and other
Miss Hattie Oliver, of Grayson, who
has been visiting her brother, Dr. E.
W. Oliver, returned to her home last
Sunday. Dr. Oliver accompanied her
home returning Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Georgia Harris entertained at
dinner last Sunday. The guests were
Mr. and Mrs. Parks Stewart, Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Stein, Miss Sadie Harris
and Mr. Clair Harris.
Mrs. Edna O’SbieM, of Winder, an
nounce the engagement of her daugh
ter, Annie Lou, to Mr. Allen G. Carring
ton, the marriage to be solemized in
the spring. No cards.
Mr. T. B. Smith and son, Robert,
of Tolbotton, Ga., were shaking hands
with their many friends here this week
and were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
P. R. Smith.
Miss Rowena Shedd, Mrs. Dora
House, Mrs. John Summerour, and
Messrs. J. W. Summerour and Thomas
Roark were visitors to Atlanta this
FRIDAY—SATURDAY AND MONDAY
March 25th, 26th and 28th.
Your Spring Cleaning calls for new floor
Rugs, Art Squares, Delton Square, Rugs
to Match Linoleum, Etc. All marked down
to a saving of from 33 to 50 per cent.
THREE DAYS ONLY
J. T. STRANGE CO.
Service Station —Repairing
MUST BE SATISFIED
Are You Satisfied with the Performance of
Our Prices Are Reasonable
Our Work Satisfactory
That Is the reason for the well organized service department maintained
by the Monroe Branch.
If not, eonsult our serviee manager. We have all facilities for putting
your Buick in first class condition.
Skilled workmen and special tools make it possible for us to keep down
repairs.—COMPLETE LINE OF BUICK PARTS.
CADILLAC Monroe, Ga. BUICK
Dr. L. W. Hodges spent last week at
Mountain City, his new cottage there
is nearing completion.
Mrs. B. A. Juhan and little son. Ben,
Jr., have returned to their home in
Athens after a visit to relatives here.
Dr. and Mrs. C. B. Mott, of Troy,
Ala., who have recently moved to Win
der, Dr. Mott being the manager of
the Mott-King Motor Cos., of this city,
have rented Mrs. Dunn’s home on Cen
ter street and have moved into it.
Mr. John M. Williams, of this city
will mnke the Greater Georgia Tech
Tour with about 125 other prominent
Georgians which will cover the state
beginning April 4th. It is quite an
honor to be included in the 125 promi
nent men of the state who will tour
Georgia in the interest of the Tech
school. They will visit every section
in the state.
TO THE PUBLIC.
J. W. Moore & Son have moved their
stock from the stable formerly occu
pied by them on Candler street to the
stable of L. L. Moore on Jackson street
where they will be glad to have their
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Spring is here. Get anew Perfec
tion Oil Cooking Stove at Woodruff’s.
Only a few more 25 cent Plow Points
on hand at Woodruff’s.
Get a Barnesville Buggy or a Chev
rolet Car. Prices right at Woodruff's.
I have two stray calves in my barn
taken up Saturday, March 19th. Owner
please call and pay small damage and
cost of this ad.—W. H. SHEATS.
Paint your car over with Murphy’s
Auto Paint. Sold by Woodruff Hard
Automobile Paints and Varnishes in
all colors at Woodruffs.
WANTED—To swap five-passenger
car for Roadster. Will give boot for
good car.—Parks Stewart. lt-pd.
NANCY HALL SWEET POTATO
PLANTS for sale, government inspect
ed, $2.00 per 1,000, cash with order.
Ready for shipment.—H. Grady Evans.
Graham, Ga. Mar-4t-pd
FLOWERS FOR SALE.
On account of my sickness and not
being able to work I will sell my flow T
ers at once; all kinds; come and see
them even if you don’t buy. Most re
spectfully, Mrs. J. It. X. Baugh. 2t
Arsenate of Lead kills potato bugs.
Sold by Smith Hardware Cos.
An examination of the One-Piece Por
celain Lined Leonard Refrigerator will
convince you. It is some of the best
merchandise sold by the Smith Hdw. Cos.
Aluminum Percolators $1.35 at Smith
THE WINDER NEWS
We herald the arrival of the New
Sailors; they are chic, Spring-like,
and give you that tailored look. The
prices are very reasonable-
CO-ED for young women and worn- m Oijr/ j/Ifc v I
en who want to stay young. 1 ‘ry wjjm
CO-ED DRESSES stand out as the , jlv
very embodiment of YOUTH and j/ J .
J. T. Strange Cos.
Our new Easter Hats and Millinery Goods are in dis
play and we are ready to serve you; new, stylish and
just the thing. Highest quality-lowest price. We can
Just received a shipment of Men’s Straw Hats, the
latest styles, fine quality, reasonable prices. Come in
and look them over.
We have a fine shipment this week of new and up-to
date Ladies’ Coat Suits and Dresses that we are sure
will delight the ladies of this section. See them.
FINE STOCK OF SLIPPERS FOR SPRING.
Business is picking up. If you are not one of our
customers we want you to become one.
Yours to Serve,
J. W. Summerour
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