THURSDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1921
SOCIAL AND PERSONAL NEWS
THIS WEEK'S CALENDAR.
Monday, October 24th.
Little Miss Virginia Oliver en
tertained at a birthday party.
Tuesday, October 25th.
Mrs. E. R. Harris entertained
at Hallowe’en party in honor of
Mrs,, E. J. Harris.
, Wednesday, October 26th.
Mrs. H. T. Flanigan was hos
tess at Hallowe’en party.
Thursday, October 27th.
Mrs. S. H. Ware is entertain
ing the Junior Priscilla Sewing
Misses Xelle and Charlotte Me-
C'ants are entertaining for their
mother, Mrs. W. B. McCants.
Friday, October 28th.
D. A. R. Chapter and teachers
f ill give a Hallowe'en party in
the evening at school auditorium.
t Saturday, October 29th.
Mrs. Collins will entertain the
Junior Missionary at Hallowe'en
teachers sewing cu b.
Last Saturday afternoon Miss Alina
Hagood was the charming hostess to
the first meeting this season of the
.Teachers Sewing Club, an organisation
which afforded much pleasure to the
teachers last year. After the usual
enjoyable sewing hour, Miss Hagood
served a lovely salad course. About
twenty guests were present.
M*rs. Woodie Wallace gave a delight
ful birthday party Tuesday of this
week in honor of the seventh birthday
of Master John Durward Wallace. Af
ter an hour spent in games, delightful
refreshments consisting of sandwiches,
lemonade, ice cream and cake, were
served. The guests included 8a ra
Francis Royal. Lizzie Kate Williams.
Mary Nell Prickett and John Durward
an enjoyable event.
Quite an enjoyable event of Monday
was the birthday party given little Miss
Virginia Oliver in honor of her sev
enth year. The hall and living room
was decorated in garlands and lan
terns carrying out the halloween ef
fect.' After* the little girls arrived
many games were enjoyed, such as
biting apples, blowing the candle, and
then a peanut hunt. Late in the af
ternoon fruits and cream cones were
enjoyed). Those invited were Mary
Lee Oliver, Jim Bell, Lona Reese
Couch, Sybil Williams, Mary Mayne,
Gladvs Thompson, Dorothy Carrington,
Hattie Eugenia DeLaPerriere, E. IV.
Oliver, ,Miss Hattie Oliver. Mrs. Edgar
DeLaPerriere, Mrs. Holsenbeck, Eras
es Sini'th., Mrs. E. W. Oliver, John Ol
iver 'and others.
MRS. HARRIS HOSTESS AT
Among the enjoyable social features
of the Hallowe’en season was that of
Tuesday afternoon given by Mrs. E.
K. Harris, in honor of Mrs. E. J- Har
ris of Wrightsville.
The interior of this lovely home was
unusually attractive with its artistic
decorations of autumn leaves and oth
er things suggestive of the approaching
Hallowe’en. Progressive Initials was
enjoved during the afternoon, after
which a tempting salad course was
Among those present were Mesdames
Haroldson, George Fortson, ('anthers,
Kimball, Aiken, Benton, Colvard. Bon
duraut, Broonm, Ware, McCurry, D. t.
Thompson, Gamp, Lee Fortson. How
ard Rogers, Parham, E. E. PeLaPer
riore„ W. L. DeLaPerriere, T. A. May
nard! E. J. Harris, Oliver, Brooks, C.
8. Williams, Estes, Ralph Smith.
HALLOWE’EN PARTY GIVEN
BY MRS. H. T. FLANIGAN.
One of the largest and most enjoya
ble social events of the autumn season
was Wednesday afternoon when Mrs.
H. T. Flanigan entertained a large
number of her friends at u delightful
Hallowe’en party. As the guests ar
rived they were greeted by “spooks
and ushered into the library where sev
eral weird and spooky stunts afforded
much merriment, the guests were then
shown into the reception room where
a witch stirred the caldron and the
“fortune” was handed to each one.
N st ihe guests went into the dining
room where delicious refreshments
were served. Each guest was present
ed with appropriate souvenirs.
The decorations throughout the rooms
were most unique in,their arrange
ment. quite suggestive of Hallowe en.
pumpkins, jack-O-lanterns, black cats,
and owls being used most effectively.
Autumn leaves and chrysanthemums
added to the loveliness of the rooms.
About a hundred guests called and
each declared the affair an unusually
Mrs. Bessie Edwards is on prolong
ed visit to friends in Atlanta.
Miss Margaret Russell spent last
Saturday in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Elmer McKinney have
■moved to Monroe, X. C.
Miss Alice King spent the past week
end with friends in Atlanta.
Mr. A. N. Porter, of Statham, was in
the pity Monday on business.
Miss Ellie Roberts spent Saturday
and Sunday with friends in Grayson.
Mrs. C. T. Mathews of Bethlehem was
the guest of Mrs. A. T. Harrison last
Miss Ruby Woodruff dame home
from Shorter college the past week
Mrs. George Stanton of Sicial Circle
spent) the past week in and near Win
der visiting relatives ,
Mrs. Clinton Goforth and baby of
Gainesville have been visiting rela
tives here the past few days.
Miss Imogene Herrin has returned
to G. N. and I. after a few days’ stay
with home folks'.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Henson and baby
of Athens were guests of relatives
here the past week-end.
Mr. Ernest House has changed his
place of abode and is uow domiciling
with Mr. John N. Summerour.
Miss Ola Redmond had as her guest
the past few days her sister. Miss El
len Redmond of Atlanta.
Miss Dorothy Rowland spent the
past week-end with home-folks in
We are glad to know that little Mon
tine House is improving from a recent
spell of sickness.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Robertson were
the guests Sunday of the latter’s fath
er, Mr. J. W. McWhorter.
Mrs. W. J. Burch has returned to
her home in Elberton after a visit to
friends in Winder.
Dou’t forget to attend the Hallowe’en
party at the school auditorium Fri
day evening. Come one, come aIL
Misses Jurelle Fulcher and Aline
Royal have returned after spending a
week very pleasantly in Atlanta.
Mr. and Mrs. Doss Wilhite and chil
dren from Jefferson spent the week
end with Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Shields.
Miss Imogene Herrin, who is attend
ing G. X. & 1 at Milledgeville, spent
the past week-end with home folks.
Mr. and Mrs. Rich Johnson attend
ed the singing at Bethabara church in
Oconee county last Sunday afternoon.
Mrs. Cliff Parr, who was operated on
recently in Athens hospital, is convales
cing, to the delight of her many
friends in the city.
Mrs. Sidney F. Maugbon, who under
went an operation some days ago at
the Athens General Hospital, is doing
nicely and will soon be at home again
with her friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Baird, Miss Ola
Parter and Miss Gypsy Bedingfteld
were visitors to Cave Spring church
in Jackson county last Sunday to an
Mr. A. E. McWhorter, Mrs. Emma
O'Flaherty, Mrs. Addie Jackins and
Miss Grace Adams, of Buckhead, in
Morgan county, visited Mr. J. W. Mc-
Whorter and family Sunday.
Rev. J. Frank Jackson preached two
good sermons to large congregations
lust Sunday ut Mountain Creek in the
morning and at Talmo at night. Bro.
Jackson is always a welcome visitor in
Misses Sara Mae and Bessie Mc-
Whorter left last Saturday to resume
their schools at Mt. Vernon and Dex
ter, having been at home for a week on
I account of the death of their mother.
Mr. Guy L. Shields, who left Win
! qer about two weeks ago for Selma,
Ala., in the employ of Weil Bros., cot
ton factors, has been transferred to
Texas by that firm.
i Messrs. W. E. Young, Gordon White
head and H. A. Carithers made a trip
down through Greene county last
week. They report the destruction of
the cotton crop by the boll weevil in
that section as terrible.
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