THURSDAY, MAY 12, 1921.
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
CALENDAR FOR WEEK.
Monday, May 8.
Baptist Missionary Society met.
Candler street circle with Mrs. W.
L. Bush; Church street circle with
Mrs. A. S. Morgan; Center street
circle with Mrs. Maxwell.
Mrs. J. L. Jackson entertained
Young Matrons Federated club.
Mrs. \Y. L. DeLaPerriere enter
tained Bridge club.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Quarterman
entertained in the evening for Mes
darnes Tolle and Hunt.
Miss Evelyn Radford entertained
at Theater party.
Tuesday, May 10.
Ninth District Federated Wom
an's clubs of Georgia held meeting
in afternoon and evening at Baptist
Wednesday, May 11.
Meeting in the morning and af
ternoon of the Ninth District Fed
erated Woman’s clubs.
Luncheon at 2 o’clock at Granite
Hotel for delegates and visitors.
Thursday, May 12.
Mrs. R. H. Kimball is entertaining
Junior Priscilla Sewing club, Brides’
■ club and other friends.
Friday, May 13.
The Pliilathea class of Methodist
church entertaining the Baracas at
a picnic at Parks’ Mills.
Saturday, May 14.
Miss Henson will entertain a few
friends in honor of her sister, Miss
Maud Henson, who will soon become
a bride, and Mrs. C. D. McNelly, of
Mrs. W. L. DeLaPerriere was hostess
at a delightful bridge party Monday af
ternoon, assembling the members of
club and a small number of
friends |> together. Late in the after
noon a delicious salad course was serv
ed. Guests for three tables were pres
Col. and Mrs. Quarterman
A most enjoyable feature of this week
•was Monday evening when Col. and
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman entertained at
a little informal party, complimentary
to Mrs. W. H. Toole, of Atlanta, and
Mrs. H. R. Hunt, of Powder Springs.
Various games afforded much amuse
ment during the evening and at a late
hour a delicious frozen course was ser
ved. The guests present were Mrs.
Toole, Mrs. Hunt, Mr. and Mrs. A. D.
McCurry, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Starr,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Rogers, Mr. and
Mrs. A. A. Camp, Dr. and Mrs. G. W.
Mrs. MllLsaps and Mrs. McKinney
Honorees at Young Matrons
Federated Club Party.
'Among the delightful social activi
ties of the week was the party on Mon
day afternoon given by Mrs. J. L. Jack
son to the Young Matron s Federated
club, in honor of Mrs. John Millsaps, of
Atlanta, and Mrs. Elmer McKinney, of
Charlotte N. C. Baskets and vases
filled with lovely Dorothy Perkins ros
es formed the attractive decorations in
the rooms where the guests were en
tertained . A tempting salad course
Mps served at the conclusion of a series
Among the guests present were Mes
dames Millsaps McKinney, G. A. Johns,
W. L. Jackson, Dunn, W. O. Perry,
Mac Potts, E. F. Saxon, Robert Smith,
H. E. Millikin, Herschel Smith, H. T.
Flanigan, C. B. Almond, W. A. Bred
ley, J. W. Griflfeth, Clyde Williamson,
and Byrd Harris.
Mr. J. T. Maynard Enjoys
4 Wlnm Mr. J. T. Maynard and his
daughter, Miss Mamie, returned from
church last Sunday they were happily
surprised because the other sons and
daughters* with their
gathered for a reunion. All
ent except four grandchildren.
Each family brought ready prepared
delicious food for the reunion dinner
which was spread under the shade of
Those present included Mr. and Mrs.
W. T. Tanner, of Lawrenceville, and
five of their children, two daughters
being in college who could not conven
iently attend; Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Sell,
of Hoschton; Mr. M. R. Maynard and
family, of Winder; Mr. 11. X. Maynard
and family, of College Park; Mr. John
Maynard and family, of W inder, Mr.
Marvin Maynard and family, of Ath
ens: Mr. Paul Maynard and family of
Mr. Maynard was delighted with
the surprise reunion. He is one of
Harrow county’s most prominent and
respected citizens and here’s hoping
that he may lire to see many more such
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Dowis, of Du
luth, announce the engagement of their
daughter, Alice Vivian, to Dr. Joseph
A. Huff, of Winder, the marriage to be
solemnized July 20th, at Duluth Baptist
Miss Evelyn Radford entertained at
a Theater party Monday evening. Af
ter enjoying the program at the Strand
the guests were served refreshments at
the drug store. Miss Radford’s guests
were’ members of the Bachelor Girls
Spend the Day Party.
Little Barton, daughter of Mr. and B.
B. Jackson, was the host to a
number of his friends at a spend-the
day party last Saturday. Various
games were played during the day and
a nice time was enjoyed by all. There
were present Shellie Rose Higgins, Ev
elyn Herrin, Carolyn Russell, Vernelle
Hagan, Harriette Segars, Robbie Wi
ley, Mack Jackson and Helen Mc-
Mr. A. L. Ouzts and son, Guy, spent
Tuesday in Atlanta on business.
Mr. Fred Yarbrough, of Atlanta, vis
ited friends in the city Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Henson is expected home
this week from Knoxville, Tenn.
Mr. Mack Yarbrough, of Atlanta, was
a visitor in Winder last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Strange were vis
itors to Athens Sunday.
Miss Ola Redmond was a visitor to
Atlanta last Tuesday.
Miss Alline Royal had as her guest
Sunday Miss Ernmly Royal of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Starr and chil
dren were visitors to Atlanta last week
returning Sunday night.
Mr. and Mrs. B. O. Daws, of Monroe,
spent Sunday with the latter’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Ouzts.
Mrs. Carl D. McNelley, of Anniston,
Ala., is spending a few weeks with her
mother, Mrs. Louise M. Henson.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooper of At
lanta were guests of Mr. and Mrs. J.
J. Wilson the past week-end.
Mr. and Mrs. Rastus Smith and baby
spent the past week-end in Atlanta
with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Phillips, of Mon
roe, were guests last week of their
daughter, Mrs. Walter Jackson.
Mrs. Robert Camp will leave Sunday
for a month’s stay in New York, Phil
adelphia and Atlantic City, aM the
guest of her parents, Major and Mrs.
Chas. M. Roberts.
Mrs. W. H. Toole, of Atlanta, and Mrs.
H. R. Hunt, of Powder Springs, will
be the guests of Mrs. A. D. McCurry
Misses Annie Lou and Lena Porter
of Colbert were guests of Mrs. John
Baird and Miss Ola Porter the past
Mr. and Mrs. Clem Royal had for
their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and
Mrs. Prince Royal of Buford, Mrs. Jim
Royal and daughter, of Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. B. B. Jackson had as
their guests last Saturday, Mr. and
Mrs. E. P. McDaniel and daughter,
Martha, Dr. F. C. McDaniel, and Mr.
Sparks, all of Conyers.
Dr. J. H. Moore had as his guests
recently his father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Moore, gild sister, Miss
Martha Moore, of Carlton, and broth
er, Mr. Gilmer Moore, of Tech, Atlanta.
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Mrs. C. D. Stark, of Commerce, and
son, Mr. Homer Stark of Athens were
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Mad
Mrs. L. M. Henson, Mr. ,T. V. Henson,
Miss- Maude Henson and Mrs. Carl D.
McNelley, of Anniston, Ala., spent Wed
nesday in Athens as the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Carl Henson.
Mrs. Harry Kilpatrick and Mrs. John
Millsaps. of Atlanta, are guests of Mrs.
H. T. Flanigan, and while here they
have been attending the Ninth District
meeting |of the Federated Woman’s
A beautiful picture, the product of
a Winder nrtist. Miss Rosa 'Rlvete,
adorns one of the windows of the store
of J. T. Strange Cos. Miss Rives has
the artistic talent to a marked degree
and this picture reflects credit upon
Mr. Carl Brooksher was in Dahlou
ega last week on business.
Prof. J. L. Moore, of Bethlehem, was
a visitor in the city Monday.
Mr. D. I. Gaines spent Monday in At
.anta on business.
Dr. Joe Huff was a visitor to Atlan
ta last Monday.
Rev. W. H. Faust and children were
in Athens a short while Saturday af
Miss Montine Robinson is visiting
Miss Nitocris Robinson at Oxford this
Mr. Thomas Roark has returned
from Elberton where he spent about a
Misses Nora Wills and Ada Hancock
were guests of Mrs. Geo. Stanton in
Social Circle last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. John W. Millsaps, of
Atlanta, were the guests of relatives
and friends here Sunday.
Mr. Oliver Bell, who is with the U.
S. Navy, is visiting his father, Mr. Jas.
Bell, this week.
Miss Mary Lou Segars, of Lawreuce
ville, spent last week-end with home
folks in Winder.
Miss Ernestine Bush, who has been
teaching in South Georgia, has return
ed to her home in this city.
Miss Minnie McWhorter, who is teach
ign in Douglas county, spent last week
end with her parents here.
Rev. J. Frank Jackson and wife have
returned to Atlanta after a stay in
Winder of several days with relatives.
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Summerour, of
Between, Ga., are guests this week of
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Summerour.
Mr. Green W. Smith is down in Soutli
Georgia near Montezuma looking after
his farming interests ill that section,
Mrs. A. Y. Eavenson and daughter,
Miss Willie Mae, and Mr. R. L. Eav
ensou, were visitors to Athens Tues
Prof. J. G. Colbert, of the Statham
High School, was in Winder last Fri
day on his way to attend the educa
tional meeting in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Pirkle have as
their guests this week, their daughter,
Mrs. Hagan and children, of Birming
Coach Moseley and Lieutenant Hee
of Barnesville, spent last Wednesday
night with Mr. and Mrs. H. O. Camp.
They were delighted with Winder.
Rev. and Mrs. J. 8. Settle had as
their guests last week Mrs. E. C Set
tle, of College Park, and Mrs. G. T.
Settle, of Suwanee, Ga.
Rev. J. S. Settle will leave tomor
row for South Georgia to fill his reg
ular appointment at his three churches
in that part of the state.
Mr. James Carlyle stopped over in
Winder with Mr. H. E. Blakey and
other relatives last week on his way
to his Texas home from a stay in Flor
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Brooks went
over to College Park Thursday to visit
their daughter, Mrs. H. C. Eberhart.
Mrs. Et>erhart returns with them with
her little daughter on a visit of sev
Rev. W. H. Faust, of this city, and
Rev. C. W. Henderson, of Statham,
left Tuesday to attend the Southern
Baptist convention whi’ch is meeting
in Chattanooga, Tenn., this week.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Y. Eavenson had as
their guests this week, Mrs. W. H.
Wright and son, Heyward, of Royston,
Mrs. E. N. Brown, of Anderson, S. C.,
Mr. Hoyt Bryan, of Royston, and Mr.
Arthur Edmondson, of Marietta.
One of Winder’s finest citizens took
Rev. W. H. Faust into a dry goods
store and told him he was one of the
best preachers in the state, and pre
sented him with a fine hat. The preach
er says the hat is the evidence of the
donor’s worthy connections.
Mr. Sam C. Potts. Mrs. W. H. Faust,
Mrs. K. P Carpenter, Marietta Faust
and Phil Carpenter accompanied Rev.
W. H. Faust to Thyatira Presbyterian
church in Jaekson county last Sunday
afternoon where he delivered an ad
dress 'm “Mother’s Day.”
FOR SALE or RENT—Nice, new fl
room house just off Candler street,
built last Mummer, well finished, grates,
water, etc. Can give good terms. Price
reasonable.—New Winder Lumber Cos.
THE WINDER NEWS
High School Night at
the Methodist Church
Sunday Services, May loth.
10:15 A. M. “The Bible School with
a purpose.” Last Sunday was a great
day, with its attendance jot 475, and
the beautiful Mother’s Day program,
but every (lay is a great day at this
school and the evidence is the large
number of regular attendants. “Let's
keep the pot boiling.”
11 :30 A. M. An urgent request is
made for the attendance of every mem
ber to hear the sermon on “Proving God
or the only way to abtain lasting pros
N:ls P. M. High School night. Spe
cial exercises and music by the Young
People of the Sunday school. Sermon
subject: “The ' Story of the Three
Kings,” a sermon on Preparedness.
Don’t miss this service.
Epworth League meets at the Par
sonage Monday at 8:15 P. M.
L. Wilkie Collins, Pastor.
First Baptist Church
Services for Sunday.
Sunday school 10 :15.
Preaching 11:30. Hon. J. J. Nun
nally, of Monroe, moderator of Appa
lachee association, will speak. The
pastor bespeaks for him a large and
The membership may worship with
Pastor in attendance upon Southern
Baptist convention at Chattanooga.
W. H. Faust, JPastor.
A Home Coming Day
At Carter Hill, Ga.
Carter Hill Christian church is to
have a Home Coming Day next Sun
All of the members of this congrega
tion, together with their friends, are
urged to be there, and enjoy this ser
The morning program of the Sunday
school will begin at ten o’clock with
communion service, including the reg
ular sermon by the pastor.
Dinner will be served on the grounds
at the noon hour.
There will be an afternoon service
of song, and perhaps an address by a
Our congregation should regard this
as a (lay of great importance. So then,
let us all endeavor to make it a great
day, a good day and a glad day in the
onward progress to the Lord's king
W. B. MCDONALD, Minister.
Pastors and Workers
A most interesting conference of the
pastors and workers of the Appalachee
Association was held with the Stat
ham Baptist church Wednesday of last
week. W. H. Faust, T. C. Buchanan,
J. Frank Jackson, who is visiting Win
der, Sylvester Saul and J. W. McWhort
er, of this city, attended the meeting.
Rev. W. S. Walker is president of
this conference and T. C. Buchanan,
The devotional services were con
ducted by J. W. McWhorter, and splen
did addresses were made by W. H.
Faust, J. Frank Jackson, Sylvester
Sauls, H. M. Fugate, J. L. Grizzle and
The visitors were entertained with
a bountiful dinner by the Statham Bap
tists and others of the community.
The next meeting of the body will be
held at Aleova mountain church in
Walton cunty. ,
Notice is hereby given that the North
Georgia Telephone and Telegraph Com
pany has filed application with the
Railroad Commission of Georgia for
authority to increase its local exchange
telephone rates as follows:
Special line business stations from $3.00
to $4.00 per month.
Special line residence stations from
$2.00 to $2 00 per month.
This application has been assigned
for hearing before the Railroad Com
mission of Georgia at its office*, State
Capitol, Atlanta, at meeting beginning
at 10 o'clock A. M. Wednesday, June
16th, 1021, at which time all parties In
terested will be afforded an opportuni
ty of being heard.
This notice is published in accord
ance with the requirements of the Rail
road Commission of Georgia.
North Georgia Telephone & Telegraph
By Its proper officer.
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