THURSRAY, MAY 5, 1821.
There will be a singing at Victory
the third Sunday afternoon. Prof. J.
f H. Wheeler of Winder, L. E. Wood, P.
L. Carter and several other good sing
ers will be present. Everybody invit
ed to be there and to bring the latest
new song books.
Sunday school at this place is prog
ressing nicely with good and regular
attendance. Everyone come next Sun
day afternoon. We will organize a
B. Y. P. U. at this place.
Miss Flora Sailors is spending this
week with her sister at Chestnut Mt.
Miss Bertha Cruce was the guest of
Miss Ermine Simpson Friday after
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Stone spent Sun
day with Mr. and Mrs. Tom Cruce.
Misses Novine Johnson, Gladys Ev
ans gave Misses Lola and Bulah Lit
tle a pop call one day last week.
Miss Ella Lancaster and daughter,
Motlane spent /Friday afternoon with
Mrs. Viola Moulder.
Misses Lola and Beulah Little spent
Saturday night with Misses Ida Louise
and Selma Cronic near Thompson’s
Mr. Lee Bailey spent Sunday after
noon with Mr. J. M. Simpson.
Several from here attended Memo
rial services at Mt. Moriah Sunday.
When wo are Invited to a banquet
we take what is set before ns; and
were one to call upon his host to set
flsh upon the table or sweet things,
he would be deemed absurd. Vet, in
a word, we ask the gods for what they
do not give; and that, although they
have glveD us so many things!—From
“The Golden Sayings of Epictetus.”
RICHARD B. RUSSELL, JR.
Office in Carithers Building.
Practice in All the Courts
JOSEPH D. QUILLIAN
Office in Old Court House
DR. J. H. MOORE
Office over City Pharmacy
Office Phoue: 62J—Res. Phone 01)
DR. CHARLES HAYES
Specialty: Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat
511 Holman Building
Office Hours; 9 to 12 A. M. 1 to 5 P. M.
S. T. ROSS
Physician and Surgeon
Rooms 303-304 Winder Bank Bldg.
G. A. JOHNS
' Attorney at Law
Office Over Carithers Bank.
Practice In All Courts.
S. M. ST. JOHN
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Cut Glass
Repair Work Done Promptly
Broad Street Winder, Ga.
W. L. DeLaPERRIERE
Fillings, Bridge and Plate Work
m Done in Most Scientific and
DR. W. L. MATHEWS
Suite 410 Winder National Bank Bldg.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 A. M., and
Ito 4 P. M. Residence Phone 213.
Office Phone No. 13.
W. 11. QUARTERMAN
Attorney at Law
Prcatice In All Courts
Commercial Law a Specialty
Dlt. It. P. ADAMS
Phones: Office 24. Residence 6
Dr. C. S. Williams
offices in the Winder National Bank
Residence Phone 234—Office Phone SI
W. M. THOMA S
Phone 49 —Jackson Street
WOMAN’S FEDERATED CLUBS
NINTH DISTRICT OF GEORGIA
May 10 and 11, 1921.
First Baptist Church
TUESDAY AFTERNOON—MAY 10TH.
4:00 O'clock. Executive Board Meeting.
5:00 O’clock. Delegates Present Credentials.
TUESDAY EVENING—B:OO O’clock.
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman, Chairman Central Committee, Presiding.
Invocation—Rev. L. W. Collins.
Music—Orchestra and Chorus.
WELCOME ADDRESSES :
City of Winder—Mayor George N. Bagwell.
Young Matrons Federated Club —Mrs. G. A. Johns.
Woman's Club —Mrs. W. M. Holsenbeck.
Parent-Teacher Association—Mrs. A. I). MeCurry
Response to Welcome —Mrs. W. W. Stark. Commerce.
Music, Duet—Mrs. Mac Potts and Mrs. MeCurry.
President’s Address —Mrs. M. F. Nelms, Commerce.
Presentation of ex-Presideuts:
Mrs. J. N. Downey, Gainesville.
Mrs. J. N. Holder, Jefferson
Presentation of District Officers:
President—Mrs. M. F. Nelms, Commerce.
Vice President —Mrs. Dora Kiser Webster, Norcross.
Recording Secretary—Mrs. Herbert Yow, Martin.
Publicity—Mrs. W. W. Stark, Commerce.
Address —Mrs. J. E. Hayes, Pres. Ga. Federation Woman’s Clubs.
Music, Solo—Mrs. C G Land
Address—School Improvement As Related to Woman’s Clubs, Hon.
M. L. Brittain, Atlanta.
Tallulah Falls School—Mrs. Hugh Willett, Atlanta.
Georgia Pictures—Mrs. Alonzo Richardson, Atlunta.
Introduction of Guests.
Benediction—Rev. W. H. Faust.
9:00 O'clock. Executive Board Meeting. Meeting of Creden
10 O’clock. —First Business Session, Mrs. M. F. Nelms, Presiding.
Prayer—Rev. Stanley R. Grubb. *
Music, Trio —Mesdames Land. MeCurry and Potts.
Presentation of Program—Mrs. Hubert Vow, Martin.
Appointment of Committees.
Recommendations of Executive Board.
Music —Jefferson Symphony Cub.
Reports of (Mticers :
Vice President—Mrs. Dora Kiser-Webster, Norcross.
Recording Secretary—Mrs. Hubert Vow, Martin.
Publicity—Mrs. W. W. Stark, Commerce.
Citizenship—Mrs. Alonzo Richardson, Atlanta.
Club Extension —Mrs. A. I’. Brantley, Blaekshear.
Music, Solo —Miss Ora Lee Camp.
Reports of District Chairmen:
Education —Mrs. J. L. Whatley, Toccoa.
School and Home Improvement—Mrs. R. H. Baker, Dahlonega
Literature and Library Extension—Mrs. J. E. McElroy, Nor
Conservation —Mrs. George A. Johns, Winder.
Music—Mrs. Ned Pendergrass, Jefferson.
Public Health —Mrs. H. J. Reynolds, Norcross.
Home Economics —Mrs. C. A. Mize, Commerce.
Art —Mrs. A. C. Brown, Jefferson.
Scholarship—Mrs J. N. Holder, Jefferson.
Citizenship—Miss Claire Anderson, Commerce.
WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. „
2:00 O'clock. Luncheon.
8:00 O'clock. President Conference.
8:80 O’clock. Business. Mrs. Dora Kiser-Webster and Mrs. M. F.
Music—Jefferson Symphony Club.
Education and the Home—Miss Mary Creswell
Medical Inspection of the Schools —Dr. Dorothy Bocker.
Music,Quartette —Mesdames Moseley, Niblack, Bush. MeCurry.
Report of Committees —Time and Place —Resolutions —Credentials
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