THURSDAY, JUNE 23, 1921
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
Picnic for L. T. L. Given by W. C. T. U.
members of the L. T. L are invit
ed to meet at the Christian church on
Monday P M. at 4 o'clock to go to Jack
son’s Mill on their annual picnic. All
members of the W. C. T. U. are request
ed to bring baskets and as many as can
furnish cars are asked to notify Mrs.
G. H. Kilgore by Monday noon.
As this picnic takes the place of the
regular June meeting all members will
please assist in making the picnic a
* lift ess.—Secretary.
Young Matrons Federated Club
Gives; Picnic at Community Park.
Avery enjoyable picnic was given by
the members of the Young Matrons Fed
erated club and their husbands at the
Community Park on Tuesday evening
for Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson and
daughter, Miss Mary Lamar Jackson,
who leave this weejc to make their
' home in Florida.
Before the lunch was spread many
games were enjoyed. Those present
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Jackson,
Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Williamson, Mr.
and Mrs. Mac Potts, Mr. and Mrs. Her
shel Smith, Mr. and Mrs. IV. A. Brad
ley, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Johns, Mr. and
Mrs. R. J. Smith, Mr. and Mrs. J. L.
Jackson, Mrs. Alice Dunn, Mrs Hanson
and daughter, of Atlanta, Miss Mary
Lamar Jackson, Misses iLillian and
Marjorie McDonald, of Raleigh, N C.;
Master Mercer Henry, of Macon; La
mar Perry and George Watson Smith.
From Party for
Miss Louise Rainey.
.Quite a number of the younger set
enjoyed a prom party on last Saturday
evening given by Miss Mary Quarter
man in honor of Miss Louise Rainey of
Atlanta. The invited guests were
Misses Rainey, Gertrude Mott, Alice Eu
genia Dunn, Gladys Eavenson, Sarah
Joe Roberts, Hilda Faust, Imogene
Herrin, Essie Lee Williams, Nettie Bag
well, Louise 'Williams, Frances Hub
bard, Margaret Walker, Lila Moore,
Edith House, Elise Starr, Runette Ben
ton, Fay Johnson, Mabel Lee, Blythe
Burnette, Urania Hayes, Mary Lou
Keese, Willie Mae Autry, Camille May
nard, Myrtice Bedingfield and Ruth Wa
ges, and Messrs. Wlalter Russell, Robin
Brooksher, Frank Bondurant, Charles
McWhorter, Truitt Brooksher, LeGree
Jacobs, Sam Autry, Julian Wilson, J.
B. Williams, Jr., Alton Young, G. W.
Millsaps, Kinch Carpenter, Hearst Bag
well, Sidney Eberheart, Eugene Ed
wards, Harriji Mayo, Harold Starr,
Woodfin Hill, Charles Sheats, Carl Cal
lahan, Frank Moore, Hoyt Moore, Per
ry Hill, Fred Maxwell, Warren Bag
gett, Ralph Hardigree, Carl Mott and
Miscellaneous Shower Given
One of the most enjoyable events of
the summer was the party last Satur
day afternoon given by Mrs. G. W. De-
LaPerriere and Mrs. Edgar DeLaPer
riere at the home of the latter. The
honoree of the occasion being Miss Sara
Frances Segars, a bride-elect of next
month. The rooms in which the guests
were unusually attractive
with many lovely cut flowers and ferns,
and an unique arrangement of kewpies
adued much to the attractiveness. In
the dining-room the table had as its
central decoration a miniature kewpie
bride and bridegroom, and a large rose,
among the petals was the hidden writ
ten fortune of each one present, this
afforded much amusement. Several
amusing contests were enjoyed. A love
ly wish book in which each guest wrote
a wish was in charge of Miss Harriett
Segars and was presented to Miss Se
gars. Little Evelyn Herrin in a most
cunning way represented cupid. A
poem to the bride was read by Miss Ma
rie Herrin, a toast by Miss Sybil Mill
saps and a prophecy by Miss Montine
Robinson. Then little Howard Per
ry, Jr., as a postman brought the bride
an immense basket filled with many
lovely and useful gifts. As the guests
arrived punch was served by Miss Char
lotte McCants. Late in the afternoon
a delicious frozen course was served.
' Tbe guests present included Misses
Segars, Millsaps. Herrin, Robinson.
Elise Starr, Desma Elder, Bessie and
Margaret McWhorter, Mal>el Herrin,
Nelle McCants, Charlotte McCants, Be
atrice Wilhite, Willie Mae Eavenson,
Gertrude Rogers, Gladys Harris, Lou
ise House, Sue Delle Perry, Eunice
Martin of Albany ; Mesdames McCants.
Harry Segars, John Edwards, A. Y.
Eavenson, Howard Mann, J. H. House,
Ernest Carrington, Junius Carrington,
Elmer Haynie of Norcross; Arch Per
ry, Vasco Segars, Green Graham, W.
L. DaLaPerriere, L. E. Herrin, S. T.
Ross. Reese Couch. Quarterman, M. J.
Griffeth, Howard Perry, Robert Ar
nold, Miller, Jennings, J. W. Griffeth,
S. T. Maugbon. E. L. Bedingfield, Har
old Paul Antry, Tal Black, of
The Rock, Ga., Burns of Atlanta; and
J. B. Parham.
Miss Louise Rainey Honoree at
Miss Louise Rainey, of Atlanta, who
is the attractive guest of Miss Mary
Quarterman and other friends, is being
entertained at a number of delightful
parties. Last Saturday evening Miss
Mary Quarterman entertained at a
large prom party. Mrs. Edwards at a
matinee party Thursday afternoon and
Mrs. Robert Smith will entertain at a
matinee party Friday afternoon. Mrs.
George Fortson will entertain on Sat
urday. Others entertaining for Miss
Rainey will be Miss Gertrude Mott and
Mrs. Parks Stewart.
Master Hoyt Hogan Entertains
Hoschton, Ga.—One of the jolliest
little parties of the season was en
joyed Saturday afternoon, June 18th,
when Master Hoyt Hogan entertain
ed about thirty of ids friends at the
home of his graiul-parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. E. Hill. Several interesting
contests were enjoyed, one a pin con
test, which was interesting to note the
skill of the nimble little fingers. After
many games, delicious cream was
served. Several young ladies assist
ed in entertaining.
Mr. John McCants spent Tuesday in
Be sure to buy brunswick stew from
the D. A. R's. next week.
Aid a good cause by ordering bruns
wick stew from the D. A. R.
Mr. Ted Appleby, of Atlanta, visited
relatives in Winder Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. David, of Mays
ville, spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs.
J. 11. Baird.
Time —all; next week. Place—the
count bourse. —Brunswick
Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Wooten have as
their guests this week Mr. and Mrs.
Powledge, of Columbus.
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Carrington had
as their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs.
Haynie, of Norcross.
Miss Charlotte McCants’ Sunday
c\ass enjoyed a picnic at Park’s Mill
last Friday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Herrin had as
their guests ; Sunday Dr. ami l , Mrs.
Stinchcomb, of Pendergrass.
Mr. J. E. Bodenhelmer, an old news
paper man, was in the city this week
and gave us a pleasant call.
Mr. and Mrs. Holland Dodson, of
Atlanta, spent the week-end with their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bedingfield.
Miss Louise Rainey, of Atlanta, has
been spending a week here with Miss
Mary Quarterman and other friends.
Mr. F. B. Harris, one of the hustling
farmers of this section, reported a cot
ton bloom on Tuesday of this week.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Henson, of Athens,
spent the week-end with the former’s
mother, Mrs. Henson, in this city.
Mr. Gaitium Fuller sends in a cotton
bloom on Wednesday. He has a fine
crop and we hope he will make an
abundant yield of the fleecy staple.
Rev. and Mrs. 8. R. Grubb are spend
ing a few days at Clayton. They were
accompanied by Ralph Hardigree and
Jacob Butler, of Athens.
Mrs. Taylor McClellan, of Montgom
ery, Ala., is spending several days at
the home of her father, Mr. J. D.
Hancock, near Jefferson.
Mr. J. A. Williams, of Madison, Ga.
renews his subscription to the News,
expressing his appreciation of the pa
per, for which he has our thanks.
Miss Nell McCants spent Tuesday
and Wednesday in Atlanta, going up to
attend the McDonald-Rhodes wedding
at the Druid Hills Methodist church
If you are planning a party or are
interested in giving one, see or call
any member of the D. A. R. in regard
to score cards, paper doilies and fa
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Jackson of this city, regret to
bid them goodbye this week as they
leave for their new home in Kissem
mee, Florida. The News wishes them
mighty well in their new home.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Aubrey Baugh are congratulating them
on the arrival of a fine son in their
home. The editor of the News es
pecially congratulates R. D. Moore on
being the grandfather of such a fine
Mr. H. T. Flanigan spent Monday in
Athens on business.
Mr. A. S. Morgan was in Athens on
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Ware were visit
ors to Athens Tuesday.
Mr. Nim Maffett spent the past week
end with friends in Crawford.
Mr. J. W. Carrington, Jr„ was a vis
itor to Athens last Friday •
Miss Kathleen Vest, of Athens, is the
guest this week of Mrs. Hiram Oliver.
Miss Jurell Fulcher has returned af
ter a two weeks’ stay in Atlanta and
Remember the D. A. It. will appreci
ate you buying brunswick stew and cof
fee at the court house.
Judge R. H. Kimball has returned
from a business trip to Washington,
Mrs. Frank Hanson, of Atlanta, is
the guest this week of Mrs Herschel
Mr. J. F. Burson, a prominent citi
zen of Barrow county, was in the city
on business Tuesday.
Mrs. T. M. Foster left Saturday for
Macon where she goes to be with her
brother who is seriously ill.
Mr. and lirs. J. L. Bailey, of Jeffer
son, spent last Sunday with their
daughter, Mrs. Erastus Smith.
Miss Alene Royal has returned after
a delightful visit to friends and rela
tives hi Atlanta and Marietta
The D. A. It. can supply you with
favors, score cards and paper doilies in
season. See us before you buy.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Wright, of Lithon
ia, will be the weekend guests of Mr.
and Mrs. W. M. Hinesley.
Mf. and Mrs. Herbert Coker, of At
lanta, is visiting the former’s parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Coker, this week.
Mr. and Mrs. G. B. Millsaps and
Slaughter, Mias Sybil, retuiVed last
week from a trip to North Carolina.
Mrs. Sunie Sparks, who has been
working in Columbus during the past
season, has returned to her home in
this city on a vacation.
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Hinesley had as
heir week-end guests, Mr. W. M. El
rod and little Miss Hazel Scott, of
Miss Ola Redmond, who has been
connected with the millinery depart
ment of the T T. Strange Cos., left this
week for her home in Gainesville.
The ladies of Winder will serve din
ner in the store room next to J. T.
Strange Cos., Wednesday, July 6th, for
the benefit of the Red Cross. Menu and
price will be announced later.
Mr. Arthur Healan brought in a
cotton bloom Tuesday. He lives on
Mrs. Harry Hodges place in this coun
ty. Mr Healan is a good farmer and
has a splendid crop this year
Mr. G. W. Fuller, who lives three
miles from Winder brought in a cot
ton bloom Tuesday. His crop is look
ing well and his prospects are good for
a splendid yield this year.
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Shackelford have
returned from their wedding trip. They
were visitors in Winder the first of the
week and left Thursday for Lawrence
ville where they will make their home.
Mr. J. W. Ware, of Louisville, Ky.,
has been in the city this week the guest
of his brother, Mr. 8. H. Ware. The
former will leave in a few days for
China as a foreign missionary.
Miss Blondine Hardy, who has been
teaching near Commerce, after spend
ing several weeks visiting in Jefferson
and Atlanta, is ot the home of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank M. Hardy, to
spend the summer vacation.
Miss Sarah Hayes left last week to
attend a wedding in Des Moines, lowa,
after which she will spend a few weeks
visiting relatives and friends in War
Mrs. J. W. McWhorter, and son,
Charles, and daughters, Bessie, Marga
ret, and Helen, spent Monday down at
Snow's Mill on the Appalaehee river
with a crowd of camp fire girls from
WatkinsviTle and Vidalia.
Mrs. E. G. Barnett and son, E. G. Jr.,
and Mrs. A. T. Barnett, of Huntington,
W. Va, were in the city Monday, having
come down from Hoschton where they
are visiting the former's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Thompson. Mrs. E. G. Bar
nett is a former resident of Winder,
and their friends here are giving them
a cordial welcome.
THE WINDER NEWS
Miss Eunice Martin, of Albany, is
the guest of her sister, Mrs. L. E.
Mrs. Vernon Moore, of Atlanta, was
the recent guest of her sister Mrs. M.
Ralph Morris, of Atlanta, is spend
ing some time here with Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. J. W. Robinson, of Atlanta, is
spending a few days with Mrs. W. A.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Jackson, of
Atlanta, visited relatives here last
Mr. and Mrs. Alien Carrington have
rooms with Mr. and Mrs. N. J. Kelly
on Broad street.
Mr. and Mrs. Walter Cooper, of At
lanta, were the guests of friends here
the past week-end.
Mr. and Mrs . Tal Black, of The
Rock, were the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. B. Parham the past week-end.
The employees of the North Georgia
Trust & Banking Cos., with their fami
lies, are enjoying a delightful picnic
down at Carithers Mill this afternoon.
Charlie McDonald, formerly employ
ed by the Seaboard railroad as hostler
at this place, is now employed by the
A. B. & A. road as hostler in Atlanta,
and was in the city first of the week.
Mrs. Elmer Haynie and little daugh
ter, Jane, of Norcross, were the week
end visitors and guests at the shower
given her neice, Miss Sara Frances
Segars, bride-elect, by Mrs. Edgar De-
La Per riere.
GEORGL\ LEGISLATURE MEETS
The Georgia Legislature met in At
lanta Wednesday. Herbert Clay, of
Marietta, was elected president of the
senate, and Cecil Neill, of Columbus,
was elected speaker of the house. Gov
ernor-elect Hardwick will be inaugurat
Judge G. A. Johns, of this city, rep
resents this senatorial district in the
upper house, while Barrow county is
represented in the lower branch by Col.
Richard B. Russell, Jr. Both are splen
did gentlemen, and the interests of this
senatorial district and Barrow county
will be well cared for by them.
Summer follows the Spring with its many enjoyable
Summer brings to you the greatest revivals of the season
Summer gives to you that longed for vacation.
Summer furnishes you with your gardens, with your
fruits and with that big, red, juicy watermelon.
Summer, the greatest season of your life.
SUMMEROUR brings to you anew stock of goods for
SUMMEROUR wants to furnish you with your summer
SUMMEROUR’S prices are in reach of everybody.
SUMMEROUR welcomes you, rich or poor.
SUMMEROUR wants you to keep sweet. Come on we
have the sugar.
SUMMEROUR’S customers are many, why not you?
Come to see us.
J. W. Summerour
Cotton blooms are showing up all ver
the county. Several have been brought
into the News office since our last is
sue. Mr. R. A. Hill brought in two
blooms on Saturday, which appeared
on the 16th. They were found in the
crop of Barnett Reed, a tenant of the
farm of Mr. Hill.
Mr. Jim Kesler also brought in a
bloom on Saturday morning, June 18,
while Mr. Z. I). Lancaster out on route
from Statham sent in one that was
found on his farm on Monday. Mr.
Lancaster says that he hopes this will
not cause the price of cotton to start
Mr. S. W. Wilkerson, of Carl, Ga.,
sends in a bloom that was found on
Willie Patrick sent in on Monday a
cotton boll, from which the bloom had
fallen. He lives on the farm of W. B.
Patrick. They have 180 acres in cot
ton and 180 acres in corn, all of which
Mr. H. C. Carter, of Carl, sent in a
bloom on Tuesday.
All of these men are hustling farm
ers of this section and we hope they
will realize splendid returns this year
from their farming operations.
The regular monthly literary meet
ing of the Indies Missionary Society
of the Methodist church met Monday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. T. A.
Maynard. The devotional service was
led by Mrs. M. C. Wiley.
Thirty meml>ers were present beside
several visitors. Mrs. Jewel Burns
added to the program by rendering two
beautiful vocal selections. Mrs. W. T.
Hamby, district secretary, gave a very
helpful and Inspiring talk on the work
of the society.
Miss Charlotte McCants gave a de
At the conclusion of the program a
social hour was enjoyed by all. Sand
wiches and punch were served. The
sick members of the society were not
forgotten and to each of those absent
was sent a plate of refreshments.
Mr. and Mrs. John Carrington, Jr.,
will entertain at a six o’clock dinner
for Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Wiley Friday.
Mr. It. O. Ross, Jr., a member of the
printing firm of Itoss-Farrar, Atlanta,
was in the city today and reports ev
ery thing humming in the capital city.
Buy GOOD GULF KEROSENE.
SUBSCRIPTION: $1.50 A YEAR
AT CHRISTIAN (JHAPEL.
Regular monthly preaching services
at Christian chapel next Sunday morn
Subject: “The Fool Woman.”
This is a companion sermon to the
one that I delivered sometime ago en
titled, “The Meanest Man in Chapel
You are cordially invited to hear the
discussion of the above named sub
This sermon contains some important
lessons that will be helpful to all, andd
I feel quite sure that it will be a
delightful message, indeed, to all of
the gram old bachelors and hen-pecked
husbands as they travel along life’s
lonesome and rocky road.
Come and bring a friend.
W. B. McDonald, Pastor.
FINE DAY AT THE
Sunday was a fine day at the First
lairge crowds at both preaching ser
260 in Sunday school.
Hon. John M. Williams, chairman of
Board of Deacons, and his excellent
wife offered to give dollar for dollar
to provide a fund with which to erect
adequate Sunday school facilities.
A committee consisting of Col. J. C.
Pratt, A. 8. Morgan, W. B. Mathews,
Roy Jackson, Geo. N. Bagwell, Mrs. L.
A. House, Mrs. W. T. Appleby, anil Mrs.
W. J. Smith, and Mrs. Elder was ap
pointed to investigate plans, cost, etc.,
and report as soon as possible.
It will possibly be in the late fall
or early spring before work can be
First Baptist Church
Services for Sunday.
Sunday school 10 :15. S. F. Maughon,
Preaching 11:30. Echoes From Sa
Junior B. Y. P. U. 7:30.
Preaching 8:30 “The Fully Surren
Special music by Quartette at both
Use the summer wisely and come.
W. H. FAUST, Pastor.
BUY GOOD GULF KEROSENE.