THI'RSrAT, JVSE 28, 1923.
Myrtle Finch had as her week
end guests Misses Pearl Cook and Fan
nie Sims of Statham.
Mr. and Mrs. John Steed and chil
dren attended preaching at Ebenezer
Sunday a#.l were the dinner guests of
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Fulcher.
Little Miss Marguerite Howington is
spending eseveral days with her aunt,
yirs. A. I>. Wall, of Winder.
Mr. and Mrs. Loyd Lyle and children
spent Sunday with the former’s parents
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lyle of near Win
Mi;, and Mrs. Clinton Wall. Pauline.
Reha. Guy and Preston Wall spent
Sunday with friends near Buford.
Rev. Askew will All his regular ap
pointment here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Harrison Elrod of Winder spent
Monday afternoon with Mrs. Emma
Master Julian Oouzts of Winder spent
Thursday afternoon with his grandpar
ents while his father and mother, Mr.
and Mrs. A. L. Ouzts went to Monroe.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Richardson and
children of Mountain Creek communi
ty, Walton county, were recent guests
of Mr. W. J. Page and family.
Mrs. Charlie McDonald of Atlanta
spent Saturday night and Sunday with
Mias Lois Page spent last week in
Misses Rachel and Martha Robertson
and their friend of Monroe motored
to this community Sunday.
•Little Miss Bettie McDaniel has been
very sick hut is much improved now.
Several young people O njoyed an ice
cream supper at Miss Lucile Chancey’s
Several from Winder attended the
Christian Endeavor meeting here Sun
Mrs. Johnny Anthony and children
of Bethlehem visited relatives' here
Many from this section attended the
K. K. K. meeting at Winder Tuesday,
Mrs. Willie Clarke and daughter of
Betlilehem spent Saturday night and
Sunday with the former’s mother, Mrs.
Misses Johnnie and Mary Lou Mc-
Daniel and Willie Mae and Mollie Ful
ler were guests of Misses Willie Mae
and Mary Queen Saturday afternoon.
Misses Clyde Page and Ida Ruth
Harrison visited Miss Willie Langford
at Rocky Ridge farm Saturday after
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Page spent Sunday
with relatives in Winder.
Miss Eunice Dillard, who was to
have! had chrage of the Christian En
deavor Sunday afternoon was absent
and the president. Miss Lucile Chan
cey. presided. After the roll call by
Mrs. 11. T. Fuller, the following took
part in the program: Messrs. Carson
and John Wages, Claude McDaniel, H.
M. Rutledge and Robert Carswell, Mrs.
Mabel Anthony and Misses Prudie,
Gladys and Annie Mae McDaniel. Pau
line Dillard and Montine Austin. Miss
Willie Page will be leader next Sunday.
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Several from here attended the sing
ing at Ebenezer Sunday afternoon.
Mr. land Mrrf. Mercer , Brookshire
were visitors in Statham Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hammond an
nounce the birth of.a girl Saturday,
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Foster had as
their guests Sunday Misses Willie and
Jewel Page and Messrs, Green Page
and Faris Harbin.
Mr. Bud Wood and family spent last
Sunday in Jefferson with relatives.
Connie amd Lois Bradberr.v spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. Law
Mr. and Mrs. George Sims and chil
dren spent Sunday afternoon with Mr.
and Mrs. T. J. Harbin.
Mr. Bob Fowler from near Talnio
spent awhile Sunday with his sister,
Mrs. tV. A. Maddox.
Misses Fannie Lou and Ruth Foster
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. C. A.
Misses Alice and Corine McElhannon
spent Saturday afternoon with Misses
Izzie and Ruth Harbin.
Mr. Hubert Maddox spent Friday
night with liomefolks.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Little and family
were the guests of their daughter. Mrs.
A. J. Hayes Sunday.
Misses Lucile Siginan and Carmen
Elder spent Saturday night with Miss
Mr. Luster Simpson who is at work
at Buford spent Saturday night with
Miss Bessie Simpson spent Saturday
'night with Miss Jewell Elliott.
Mr. Ben Joe Hogan was the guest
of Messrs. Hubert, Ernest and Lefus
Wright Saturday night.
Miss Nellie and Ruth Allen were the
i guests of Miss Carmen Elder Thurs
| day afternoon.
Mr. Mead and family were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. it. Page Sunday.
! Mrs. Julia Watson was the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Tilda Elliott Sunday.
| Mr. and Mrs. Ed Healan spent Sat
urday night with Mr. and Mrs. Albert
Misses Grade and Alice Watson spent
Saturday night with Miss Jewell El
Miss Pearl Marr of Auburn was the
guest of Mr. ami Mrs. Luther Allen
Miss Beulah Little is spending a few
days with her sister. Mrs. Eula Hays.
| Miss Lillie Fleeman of Buford spent
Sunday with home folks.
| Master Chester Elliott was the guesi
of Master Kester Marr Sunday.
Little Beatrice and Glenn Healan of
Winder are spending the week end with
little Mauerva and Clyde Marr.
| Miss Christine AttaWajy was the
i guest of her sister. Mrs. Florence Flan
igan Sunday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanford Marr of Auburn
: were visiting relatives in this burg
i Miss Sabra Farr was the guest of
Miss Thelma Allen Sunday.
Several from here attended the sing
ing at Bethabra Sunday afternoon.
! Mr. Freeman Hayes spent the week
end with home folks.
I am sorry that some got disappoint
ed in the time set for Sunday schoo
Little A. J. Hayes is stiil right back
but hope he will soon be better.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Pool are visiting
Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hardy.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Murphy had as
l.ieir guests Sunday, Mr. Rescue Cas
tleixerry and Miss Lucile Murphy.
Miss Melina Hardy is visiting her
sister. Mrs. Robert Kelly of Jefferson.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Waddell were the
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. O. B.
Miss Ruth Harris of Buford is vis
iting her sister. Mrs. Eunice House.
Mrs. E. D. Murphy and Mrs. C. T.
Skelton were the dinner guests of Mr.
and Mrs. G. W. Hardy Sunday.
Mr. E. W. Maxey spent the weekend
with home folks.
Mr. Dewey Bailey and Mr. Ralph
Maxey were in our burg Sunday after
Mr. and Mrs. Willie Harrison spent
the week end with Mr. and Mrs. Joe
Mr. and Mrs. Arthur spent
Saturday night with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Miss Mae Reynolds spent Sunday
with Mr. and Mrs. Jim Doster.
Miss Ollie Murphy spent Monday
night with Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Mur
’ Miss Eudine Jones returned home
Saturday after a week's visit with rel
atives at Buford. She was accompanied
home by Mr. and Mrs. Roy Patrick.
Miss Edna Crook spent Sunday with
Miss Madie McElhannon.
Masters J. W. and Rogers Patrick
and sister, Ruth, spent Saturday night
and Sunday with their grandparents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. K. Wilbanks.
Little Louise Reynolds of near Hosch
ton is visiting her aunt, Mrs. C. M.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Harwell and Mr.
Fonnie Harwell of near Winder visit
ed Mr: and Mrs. Lester Harwell Sun
Mr. and Mrs. Wash McCain spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher
Mr. and Mrs. Howard Esco visited
relatives here Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. Mollie Sellers was the dinner
guest of Mrs. Ethel Jones Sunday.
Mrs. Edna Roberts of Statham spent
several days recently in this burg vis
iting relatives and friends.
Mrs. Norma Callahan returned to
Atlanta Sunday after a short visit to
her mother. Mrs. J. Booth.
Mr. and Mrs. Adolphus Hudson and
daughter, Hattie, were visiting Mrs.
J. C. Payne last Thursday.
Miss Edna Crook and O’Neil Fulcher
spent Monday with Mr. and Mrs. Job
Several from this attended the sing
ing at Ebenezer Sunday and reported
some line singing.
CEDAR HILL NEWS
Mr. and Mrs. Hill Boyd and children
of Atlanta spent the week end with
Mrs. Robert Settle and Mrs. Victor
Settle spent several days last week
with their sister. Mrs. John Maxey.
Mr. and Mrs. Emory House were vis
it ing Mr. and Mrs. Walter Parker on
A large crowd from here attended
the singing at BetlmUara Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Williams and
daughter, Christine, of Union, spent
Saturday with Mri and, Mrs. Myrt
Mr. and Mrs. John Maxey had as
their week end guest Miss Edna Apple
by of Winder.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Elliott spent
awhile Saturday with Mr. and Mrs.
liev. J. M. Tuinlin . pastor of the
Methodist church at Winder will
preach at Nazareth Sunday afternoon
at 3:80 o’clock. Come out and hear
M isses Leila Mae and Grace Maxey
spent Saturday with Misses Lorena
and' Agnes Elliott.
Rev. Rogers tilled his regular ap
pointment at Nazareth Saturday anti
Mr. Joe Abner and children and Mrs.
Mede Price were the dinner gue-ds of
Mrs. Pearl Simpson of Parish Sunday.
Mr. Albert Parker, Misses Lillian
and Lois Parker and Miss Mattie Lou
Elliott were visiting Mr. and Mrs.
John Maxev awhile Saturday night.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Parker spent
awhile Sunday night with Mrs. Eliza
House who is seriously ill tit this writ
ing- . ... . .
Mr. J. R. Attaway was visiting his
daughter, Mrs. Dora Elliott last Thurs
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and one of the most prevalent of al
the infectious and communicable dis
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upon as incurable; or at least thre<
years has been the accepted time nec
essary for treatment. The discoverj
of 606 some years ago has changec
this picture, and now comes the an
nouncement of Prof. Carl Voegtlin, ol
the U. S. Hygiene Laboratory. Wash
ington, giving us an improved 606 thai
so simplifies the treatment that H
amounts almost to a revolution.
The old 606 had to be given in f
vein in a large quantity of water
The method of preparing and admin
istering it was complex, and an ex
pert, a specialist, was a necessity. Th<
new remedy is given with a hypodermi<
syringe, under the skin, in only a few
drops of water. It has passed tb*
laboratory stage, and is now on tria.
for its practical use.
The physician can obtain the new
drug from the different manufacturer?
of Arsphenapl ne - The State Boarc
of Health can furnish literature to
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THE WINDER NEWS
Mr. C. 1.. Sims of Eatonton spent
a few days here last week.
Mrs. Fannie Moore had as her guest
Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sturdivant
and Mrs. Josie Braswell.
Mr. and Mrs. H. T. Hendrix visited
Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Thompson Sunday.
Mr. Billie Lowe of Arkansas was a
visitor hen* Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. T. I). Ridgeway visit
ed Mr. and Mrs. Roy Grecsou Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. G. N. Perkins spent
Tuesday with Mrs. I'my Mae Harrison.
One of tin* most enjoyable events of
the season was the party given at Mrs.
Bert Year-wood's Saturday evening. The
porch was beautifully decorated where
the guests assembled. After many
games anil contests an ice course was
served on the lawn.
Those present were Misses Doris
Whitehead. Lois Deane, and Belle Hol
loway, Maryelle Harrison, Clara Sail
ors. Lynette and Lourimo Moore, Mes
srs. Lee and Guy Harrison, John Ad
ams. Richard McElhannon. Leon Rog
ers. Herbert and Duel Ridgeway, Glen
Sailors and Glenn Whitehead.
Mrs. We.vman Harrison and family
spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. W. L.
Mrs. Alice Perry of Winder spent tl"
week end with Mr. and Mrs. C. I’.
Miss Mayrelle Harrison spent Satur
day might with Misses Lois Deane and
Rev. .1. W. McWhorter filled his ap
pointment here Sunday.
Mrs. Sailors and children spent Sat
urday night with Mrs. W. F. Clack.
The Womans Missionary Federation
met at the Methodist church Wednesday
afternoon with a good attendance.
Mrs. W. M. Stinclicomb presided in
her very efficient way having charge of
the meeting. A splendid program was
carried out. Miss Grace Grimwood hav
ing charge of it. After which deli
cious refreshments were served.
The Womans Mssi.unary Society met
with Mrs. W. M. Fite Monday after
noon. The program being carried out.
in full Hy the president. Mrs. Fite, af
ter whch a salad course was enjoyed.
Mrs. I). L. Hale entertained as her
week end guest Mrs. Emmett Hale and
Eula Hale of Athens.
Little Miss Dorothy Baugh and Don
ald Baugh from Americas are spend
ing awhile here with ther grandmoth
er. Mrs. Harriet Lowe.
Mrs. Ellen Dooly. Robert Dooly, Mr.
and Mrs. W. E. McDonald accompanied
hy Mr. and. Mrs. Florence Bell of Win
der, Mr. and Mrs. At Coker of Athens,
spent Sunday with relatives at High
Shoals. They had a family gathering
of the Dooly relatives.
Mrs. J. W. Williams returned home
Saturday. Her sister, Miss Ruth Hern
don returned with her for a few days’
Mrs. W. H. Hardigree and her daugh
ter, Frances of Athens, are spending
'this week with Mrs. J. P. Arnold.
Mrs. Carl D.val and two children of
Athens were tiie week end guests of
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Mal
Misses Ruth and Erael Hale of .Ath
ens spent the week end here with Mrs.
Johnnie Treadwell at the home of her
mother, Mrs. A. M. Hale.
Mrs. Etheridge of Atlanta was the
guest of her mother. Mrs. T. N. Lancas
ter. for a few days.
Misses. Linnette and Laurine Moore
and Curt Moore of Bethlehem are the
guests of their grand parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. J. Ross this week.
Miss Avery Beddingfield entertain
ed a few of her friends at a spend the
night party Saturday night. Quite a
jolly good time they had. Those to en
joy this occasion were Misses Sara
Lowe. Susie B. Perkins, Velma Cody
and Rose Ross.
Chamdos Haynie left Sunday for
Mansfield where he lias accepted a po
sition as bookkeeper.
Miss Zara Hammond and Faintiie
Lee Wood spent a few days at Carith
ers Mill with Mrs. Bob Haynie. While
there a bunch from here joined them
Saturday and they had a picnic out at
the pond. A pleasant time was re
Misses Ruth Arnold and Laura Mac
Ware, Messrs. Ham Sims and Mell
Camp motored to Stone Mountain last
Sunday and spent a pleasant time.
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A man may get a wrench and call himself a me
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