THURSDAY, JULY 28, 1921.
Social and Personal News
THIS WEEK’S CALENDAR
Monday, July 25.
Mrs. G. H. Fortson entertained at
informal party for Mrs. Rankin in
Mrs. J. J. Wilson was hostess at
Bridge party in honor of Mrs. lian
kin in the afternoon.
W. C. T. U. met at the Christian
church with Mrs. W. It. Smith, Mrs.
W. C. Horton and Miss Annie Thom
Miss Mary Louise Johns enter
tained eight girls at spend-the-day
Tuesday, July 26.
Miss Nanelle Starr was hostess
it a lawn party.
Picnic-luncheon at Mitchells bridge
in honor of Mrs. Rankin.
Mrs. Oliver entertained in the af
Wednesday, July 27.
Miss Sara Joe Roberts entertained
at a picnic for visiting girls.
Mrs. A. D. McCurry was hostess
at morning party for Mrs. Rankin.
Mrs. D. F. Thompson entertained
Thursday, July 28.
Mrs. H. A. Carithers is entertain
ing Young Matrons club.
Mrs. Horton entertains at swim
Friday, July 29.
Mrs. O. M. Jackson will entertain
at morning party for Mrs. Rankin.
Young Matrons club will give pic
iiic at Appleby’s Mill in honor of
A. merry occasion which was much
i enjoyed by the younger set was the
swimming party on Wednesday after
noon by Mrs. W. C. Horton at Apple
b.<s Mill. About twenty girls enjoyed
In Honor of Mrs. Rankin.
Among the many delightful events of
the week at which Mrs. H. M. Rankin
of Toledo, Ohio, lias been the honor
guest was the morning party on Mon
day at which Mrs. G. H. Fortson was
hostess. Besides the honor guest those
present were Mesdames Ralph Smith,
I}. F. Thompson, R. H. Kimball, J. J.
Wilson, J. M. Aiken, Robert Camp, H.
A. Carithers and Henry Pledger
Picnic in Honor of Mrs. H. M. Rankin.
A jolly occasion of this week was the
picnic luncheon on Tuesday afternoon,
at which Mrs. Rankin was honor guest.
The party motored to Athens and on
their return stopped at Mitchel’s bridge
where they enjoyed a lovely picnic lun
cheon. The party was composed of
Mesdames Rankin, G. C. Moseley, Hen
ry Pledger, P. A. Flanigan, R. H. Kim
ball. J. J. Wilson, W. L. DeLaPerriere,
Walter Cooper, Roy Jackson and J. M.
Miss Sara Joe Roberts delightfully
entertained at a spend-the-day party
on Wednesday, in honor of the visiting
girls in town. The guests included
Misses Elizabeth Rankin, of Toledo, 0..
Tucile Eavenson, of Bowman, Ruth Wa
ges, of Tignall, Virginia Daniel of Hu
go, Col., Nelle Walker, of Greenville,
S. C., Gladys Eavenson, Frances Hub
bard and Margaret Walker.
Mrs. W. C. Horton complimented a
number of the younger girls with a
water melon cutting last Saturday af
ternoon. The party was composed of
Misses Lucile Eavenson, Gladys Eaven
son, Mary Ross, Elizabeth Rankin,
Virginia Daniel, Caroline Aiken, Ger
trude Mott, Gladys McClellan, Sara Joe
Roberts and W. C. Horton, Jr.
Six (PC .oek Dinner.
Mrs. J. M. Aiken was hostess at a
lovely six o’clock dinner last Saturday
complimentary to Mrs. Rankin, a much
feted visitor this week. Varl-colored
summer flowers were used in a most
effective decorative manner. An elab
orate course dinner was served. The
guests were Mesdames Rankin, J. J.
Wilson, B. B. Jackson, R. H. Kimball,
Ralph Smith, D. F. Thompson and Miss
Beautiful AI Fresco Party.
A beautiful event of this week’s cal
endar was Monday afternoon when
Ms. J. J. Wilson was the charming hos
tess at a bridge party, the honor guest
being Mrs. Rankin. The tables were
arranged op the spacious porch and
white and lavender petunias were pro
fusely used as decorations. A deli
cious salad course was served. Those
enjoying this occasion were Mesdames
Rankin. Kimball, Broome. Ware. G. H.
Fortson. Peldger, Robert Camp, P. A.
Flanigan, Carithers, Ralph Smith, D.
F. Thompson, Hubert Eberhart, G. C.
jfroseley and J. W. Griffeth. (
Mesdames Haralson and
One of the largest and loveliest so
cial events of the gay summer season
was the party on Friday afternoon, giv
en by Mesdames Frances HaraHou
and C. O. Maddox. A profusion of
marigold and other flowers were used
as decorations and the color motif of
yellow and green was effectively car
“Progressive Initials” was a feature
of the afternoon. As the guests arrived
they were served punch by Mrs. L. A.
Fortson and Mrs. W. O. Perry.
The guest list included Mesdames H.
A. Carithers, Roliert Camp, D. F.
Thompson, It. 11. Kimball, Ralph Smith.
J. C. Pratt, Cliff Wages, P. A. Flani
gan, Mac Potts, Sam Stein, Miller of
Baltimore. W. A. Brooks, Hubert Eb
erhart, A. S. Morgan, W. R. Smith, Ed
gar DeLaPerriere, Howard Perry, H.
M. Rankin, of Toledo. Ohio, S. H. Ware,
Henry Pledger, H. T. Flanigan, Harold
Hedden, of Pittsburg, Pa., George Fort
son, S. R. Grubb, G. C. Moseley. R. L.
Eavenson. Oliver, Joe House D. L.
Nowell, Rastus Smith, Rhett Nowell,
Clyde Williamson. Ike Jackson, Hol
seubeck, W. L. DeLaPerriere, Carpen
ter, ?. F. Jackson, E. R. Harris, W. O.
Vootten, Randolph, L. A. Fortson and
W. O. Perry and Misses Ida Kilgore
and Sara Louise Furlow
Mrs. W. E. Faust is the guest this
week of her daughter, Mrs. Nowell, at
the Nowell House.
Misses Claudine Lester and Sara
Belle Matthews of Fayetteville will
spend next week here with Miss Kath
Mrs. A. C. Briscoe, of Atlanta and lit
tle grandson, Briscoe Evans, are spend
ng several weeks here at the Nowell
House, with her neice, Mrs. Nowell.
Mr. and Mrs. J. W McWhorter, and
son, Charles, and daughter, Helen, vis
ited friends in Watkinsville last Sun
Mrs. Junius Carrington and daugh
ters, Lona Belle, and Katherine, have
returned home after a week’s visit to
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Haynie, of Nor
Mrs. W. H. Faust, and Mrs. W. E.
Faust, who is on a visit to her daugh-
Mrs Nowell, attended church services
at Oconee Baptist church in Jackson
county last Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Omie Richardson, who was
spending a few days vacatioh at Ty
bee Island, was called home last week
on account of the illness of her father,
Mr. L. J. McElhannon, who died Mon
Mrs. B. E. Thrasher, Jr., and children
who have been visiting Dr. and Mrs.
H. P. Quillian, left this week for Wat
kinsville were she will visit relatives
before returning to her home in
Mr. Grover C. Moseley, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Coker, Miss Leila Coker and Mrs.
Higginbotham, of Atlanta, returned
last week from a visit to friends in
Greenville, Spartanburg and oeher
points in South Carolina.
Mrs. J. W. Bone and Mrs. Frances
Higginbotham have returned to their
home in Atlanta after a visit to Mr.
and Mrs. J. R. Coker and family. They
were accompanied home by Mr. and
Mrs. Coker who will spend a few days
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ferguson and
Miss Beulah Ferguson, Mr. and Mrs.
J. R. Coker, Mrs. Higginbotham, Miss
Leila Coker and Mr. G. C. Moseley mo
tored to Reldville and Spartanburg, 8.
C., last week and spent a few days
Mr. Oscar Summerour and Ernest
House have returned fom a pleasant
motor trip around Asheville, N. C.,
while Mrs O. E. Summerour and little
Billy remained at Hendersonville, N.
C„ for a week or so. “Billy wanted to
climb a few more of those high moun
tains before returning to Winder.
Mr. Waiter Cooper, a former Winder
resident, and one who is very popular
here, was in the city last week. Mr.
Cooper called at this office and had the
label set up in advance on his paper,
and also had a copy sent to his brother
at Asheville, N. C„ who is ill in a san
Mr. Paul Davis, who has been trav
eling salesman for the Gregory-Wood
ruff Cos., of this city, will leave this
company August Ist. He will spend
a vacation of two weeks in the moun
tains. after which he will again take
up the sample case with another com
pany. Mr. Davis came here from
Rome, Ga., and has mad/? many friends
during his sojourn in Winder.
Mr. Lamar Smith of Atlanta spent
Mr. C. C. Cooper, of Grayson, was in
the city on business Tuesday.
Mrs. J. V. Edwards is visiting rela
tives in Hoschton this week.
Miss Erma Hancock of Jefferson was
he guest of Miss Icie Smith last week.
Mr. Dwight Cam, of Rome, Ga., was
a visitor to this city the first of the
Mrs. Walter Cooper of Atlanta, is
spending a few days here with friends
Dr. and Mrs. W. T. Randolph visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Richardson in
R. H. Randolph has as his guest
thl/ week John Randolph Richardson
Miss Sarah Webb, of Atlanta, is vis
iting her sister, Mrs. C. B. Almond,
Mrfs. T. L. Holcomb and children,
Novine and Tom, spent Monday with
Miss Icie Smith.
Mrs. Hal Moore, of Jefferson, is vis
ing her sister, Mrs. Wiley Barber, this
week. t ,
Little Lewis Harper Williams is
spending this week in Statliam with
his aunt. Mrs. R. A. Nnnnally.
Misses Myrtle Booth and Mary
Smith are spending a week in Moun
tain City at the Rabun Lodge.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl McNelly and Mr.
Carl Henson, of Athens, spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Henson.
Mr. J. D. Burson of Route 4. was in
the city Tuesday and was the dinner
guest of Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burson.
Mrs. L. A. Fortson has gone to El
bert on and Hartwell to spend a few
weeks with friends and relatives.
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman and daugh
ter, Miss Mary, spent a few days of
this week with friends in Atlanta.
Miss Patience Russell has gone to
Washington, D. C., to spend a while
with her sister, Mrs. Gordon Greene.
Mrs. C. S. Williams is spending this
week in Memphis, Tenn., as the guest
of her brother, Mr. T. B. Harper.
Mr. W. B. McCants and Miss Nell
McCants have returned from a pleas
ant trip to Tybee Island and Savan
Miss Sarah Watkins, of Maysville,
ho has been visiting Mrs. A. S. Eber
liart, has returned to her home at that
Mrs. C. S. Williams and little son,
Lewis Harper, spent last week in Stat
ham with her sister, Mrs. R. A. Nunnal
Messrs. 8. P. Smith, Shannon Smith,
and Miss Jennie Smith have returned
from a visit to their relatives in At
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burson had as
their guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. C. D.
McNelly and Messrs. Carl and Jim Hen
son of Athens.
Mr and Mrs. W. D. Still and Mr. and
Mrs. H. M. Oakley have returned from
a visit to relatives and friends in Jack
sonville and Anniston, Ala.
Mrs. Sallle Rogers of Carthage, Tex
as, arrived Monday to be with her sis
ter. Mrs. Jennie Moulder, who is quite
ill at her home on Athens street.
Misses Essie Stephens and Christine
Clayton, who are attending the Sum
mer School in Athens, were the guests
of Mrs. W. L. Blasingame last week
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Burson ha<J as
dinner guests Monday the latter's fath
er, Mr. L. M. Henson, of Athens. Messrs
J. V. Henson, T. C. Fullbright and J.
Messrs. Charlie Appleby, Willie Coop
er, W. M. Chastain and L. L. West
brook attended the funeral of Mr. Wil
lie Westbrook Sunday at Union Hill in
Mr. J. W. "Westbrook, assistant post
master of this city, returned home on
Monday from Roswell. Ga., where he
was called to the bedside of his broth
er who was very ill with typhoid fever
and who died Saturday.
THE WINDER NEWS
Mr. Marshall Rives was a visitor to
Atlanta last Thursday.
Mr. S. F. Pirkle was in Greensboro
this week on business.
Mr. Parks Stewart was in Atlanta
last week on business.
Miss Ola Redmond, of Gainesville,
spent last week end as the guest of
Mrs. J. M. Aiken.
Misses Ola Porter and Gypsy Bed
iugfleld are visiting relatives in Jeffer
son this week.
Mrs. Warren House, who has been
quite sick, is much improved, we are
glad to report.
Mr. John Suinmerour and Mr .Head
went up to Dahlonega last Sunday to
attend an all-day singing.
Mr. and Mrs. Jos. Cobb of Hartwell,
are the guests this week of Mr. and
Mrs. J. P. Cash.
Mrs. J. W. Bone, of Atlanta, is visit
ing her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Co
ker, this week.
We are glad to report that Mrs. G.
D. Ross, who has been quite sick, is
Mrs. Bessie Greer and Miss Frankie
Fambrough, of Monroe, were the re
cent guests of Mrs. G. D. Ross.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Ferguson and
daughter, Miss Beulah, visited friends
in Spartanburg and Greenville, S. C.,
Mrs. Sam Stein and her sister, Mrs.
Fannie Miller, are visiting Mr and
Mrs. George Cash in Cartesville this
Miss Virginia and Mr. Rosworth Wil
liamson, of Augusta, are the guests this
week of Mr. Clyde Williamson and
Mrs. S. T. Ross.
Mrs. F. C. Graddick and daughter,
Helen, have returned to their home in
this city after a visit to relatives in
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Scott and Mr.
and Mrs. H. I. Elrod, of Atlanta, were
the guests of Mr. and Ms. W. M. Hines
ey last Sunday.
Mr. D. O. Carrington, who was pain
fully shot last week, was brought home
from the Athens Hospital last Sunday
and is improving at his home in this
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Overhaul Motor & Transmission . . ... . $30.00 $12.50
Overhaul Motor Only ...<.. .20.00 10.00
Overhaul Transmission only 14.00 7.00
Repair or Replace Magneto . .14.00 7.00
Replace Crank Arms or repair other leaks 12.00 6.00
install or Refit one piston or con. rod .. 4.50 2.50
Install or refit two or more con. rods . 6.00 3.00
Clean Carbon and grind valves .... 3.50 2.50
Overhaul Rear Axle „ —B.OO 4.00
All other charges for repair work has been reduced in
proportion to above prices.
With the reduction in price of Ford parts together
with our greatly reduced labor charges enables every
Ford owner in Barrow county to have your Ford car or
truck thoroughly overhauled and put in first class me
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