Social and Personal News
On Wednesday evening, March
the 12th, The Christian Endeavor
Society entertained the Baptist
Young Peoples’ Union and the
Young Peoples’ Society of the
Methodist Church at a luncheon
served in the basement of the
Christian Church. After the lunch
eon, there was a most interesting
program. The President of the
Society, Miss Mary
Shields, presided. The following
is the program.
Welcome Address from the C.
E. by Mrs. J. H. Wood.
Response from Y. C. S. of the
Methodist Society, Mr. John Kil
Response from B. Y. P. U., Miss
Talk on C. E. Ideals by Mr. W.
A. Bradley, the former president
of the Endeavor.
Solo by Miss Rose Dillard.
Mr. Moss, pastor of the Chris
tian Church introduced the speak
er of the evening, Mr. Chas. E.
Evine, who gave a most inspir
ing and helpful talk, full of good
practical suggestions for young
people’s Organizations in Chris
Last Friday evening Miss Mil
dred Thrasher was hostess to the
A. B. C. Club. After enjoying a
good picture at the Strand the
guests assembled at The Winder
Soda Cos., where they were served
cream and cake. The members
present were, Misses Mary Smith,
Ina Moore, Lena Hamilton, Essie
Mae Maughon, Mildred Thrasher
and Violette Wood, the invited
guests included Misses Ethel Wil
lis and Jennie Smith.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Jackson are
the guests of relatives in Atlanta
Mr. P. A. Flanigan spent several
days in Monticello this week.
Mr. Raymond Brooks has been
indisposed for several days.
Mr. Reece Couch has been quite
sick at his home on Athens street.
Miss Pearl Saunders spent sev
eral days in Atlanta recently.
Mrs. W. L. Jackson is still con
fined to her room.
Mrs. Claud Mayne is still indis
posed and confined to her room.
Miss Ida Kilgore spent last
Saturday in Atlanta.
Mr. N. T. Elder, of near Jef
ferson, was a visitor to "W inder
Mr. and Mrs. E. S. Harris, of
Bethlehem, were visitors in Win
Mr. W. C. Roberts, one of Stat
ham’s clever citizens, spent Mon
day in Winder.
Mrs. T. M. Foster is the guest
of friends in Bishop for several
Mr. Marshal Rives is at home
this week from a month s trip in
Miss Lurine Hood, of Athens, is
the attractive guest of Miss Kath
leen Wilson on Athens St.
Mr. 11. J. Garrison spent the
week-end in Iloschton with his
sister, Mrs. Clack.
Mr. and Mrs. Mac Potts and
Miss Sara Louise Furlow spent
Friday in Statham.
Mr. J. A. Mobley of Social
Circle, is visiting Mr. S. C. Smith
Mrs. Vernie Sharpton is quite
sick at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Mrs. Lillian Moore is out again,
after being confined to her room
for several days.
Miss Durham, of Carl, is the
guest of her sister, Mrs. Albert
Mr. Til Appleby, of Atlanta,
was the week-end guest of rela
tives here, returning home Mon
Mrs. 11. T. Flanigan is out again,
after several weeks illness, to the
delight of her many friends.
Mrs. Etheridge, of Auburn, is
the guest of her daughter, Mrs. J.
N. Summerour, this week.
Mrs. W. L. DeLaperriere is
spending a few days in Atlanta and
Social Circle this week.
Mr. H. A. Carithers, Jr., and
Mr. James Burson have bought
themselves a fine Buick car each.
Mrs. Kathleen Smith and daugh
ters, Marcia and Dorothy, were
the guests of friends in Atlanta re
Miss Sara Louise Furlow left
for her home in Jackson Tuesday
after spending several weeks with
her sister, Mrs. Mac Potts.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pledger, of
Social Circle, were the guests the
past week-end of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Smith and
Mrs. E. F. Saxon and Miss Marie
Smith spent several days in At
lanta last week.
Mr. Burns and his friend, Mr.
Allen are visiting his aunt, Mrs.
J. L. Lanier. They are from
Mr. Charlie Dunn, one of our
fine young men, left last w r eek for
Raleigh, N. C., to buy cotton. May
he be very successful in his new
Mrs. Harry Kilpatrick has re
turned to her home in Atlanta,
after spending ten days here with
her sister, Mrs. Hiram Flanigan,
who has been ill.
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Millikin had
as their dinner guests Ttjesday,
Mr. and Mrs. Judson Jackson, Mr.
and Mrs. 0. M. Jackson and Mrs.
The Young Matrons Federated
Club enjoyed a delightful matinee
party on last Thursday afternoon
at the Strand.
Rev. R. E. Moss is spending a
few days this week in Kentucky,
looking after some business affairs
and will return to Winder Satur
Mrs. R. S. Lanier, of Farming
ton, is the guest of her neice, Mrs.
John Shields. Mrs. Lanier has
many friends here who are always
glad to see her.
Mrs. Mary Paxon of Fort White,
Fla., has come to make her home
here with Mr. Sam Smith and
family. Mrs. Paxon is a sister of
Two of our splendid young men
Messrs. Ambrose Jackson and Ru
ben Davis, left last week for Ma
con to enter Business College. We
wish them much success.
Messrs. I. E. Jackson, Everett
Pattman and Tom Burson attend
ed the beautiful reception given by
Miss Annie Hill at their handsome
home in Hoschton on Saturday
The many friends of Mrs. Edna
O’Shields reget to know she is still
unable to be out. Mrs. O’Shields
had influenza followed by pneu
monia, in October, and has never
regained her strength.
Mrs. W. B. McCants and Miss
Francis Segars, delegates from
Winder to the adult and Y. P. Mis
sionary societies of M. E. church,
left Tuesday morning for the an
nual Missionary Conference, that
will be in session from 18 to 22
Dr. Almand was run into by an
other car last Saturday night—a
party from Walton eounty doing
it—and both cars were almost de
molished. Dr. Almand escaped
Mrs. W. B. McCants will spend
the week-end at G. N. I. College
with her daughter, Miss Nell, and
will then go to Macon on the 24
to attend the graduating recital of
her daughter, Miss Chalott, who
is at Wesleyan.
Miss Alice King attended the
Bible Conference at the Central
Presbyterian church in Athens the
past week-end and was the guest
of her Uncle there, Dr. S. J. Cart
Mr. 11. N. Sellers, of route 5,
was in Winder Tuesday in the
interest of the Oak Grove School.
Nim is one of the clever men and
hustling farmers of his section.
Mrs. J. C. Daniel spent Friday
in Athens shopping.
Miss Mary Douglas, of Atlanta,
was in the city to attend the fu
neral of Mrs. Sallie Ware.
Miss Loree Florence, of Athens,
was in Statham Sunday. We all
remember Miss Florence as one of
our most attractive teachers of last
Miss Irene Cronic, of Hoschton,
and Miss Inez Cooper, of W T inder,
were delightfully entertained as
week-end guests of Misses Sara
Lowe and Mayrelle Cronic.
Misses Cronic, Cooper, Ross,
Lowe and Mayrelle Cronic were in
Miss Daniel entertained as her
guests Sunday Misses Bishop and
Hudson and Messrs. Hamrick, Bell
and Poole, of Athens.
Miss Sara Ward, of Athens, is
spending several weeks in the city,
a guest of relatives and friends.
Lieutenant Joe Cox, of the U. S.
Army, spent Sunday with his
aunt, Mrs. W. D. Whitman.
Rev. Mr. Brinsfield, of Bethle
hem, was in town Sunday to con
duct the funeral services of Mrs.
Mrs. Bob Smith, of Carrollton,
is spending several days with her
father, Mr. G. N. Arnold.
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hammond,
of Athens, were guests of relatives
Dr. and Mrs. S. A. Boland and
daughter, Mildred, were in Athens
shopping on Wednesday.
Dr. Daniel was in Winder on
Mrs. R. A. Nunnally entertained
at dinner Wednesday evening Dr.
and Mrs. Williams, of Winder;
Mrs. Harper, of Bogart; Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. L. Thurmond and Miss
Mr. Marvin Carter, who has just
returned from France where he has
been in service during the entire
time our forces were over there,
and where he was wounded in the
battle of Argonne Forest, spent the
past week with his sister, Mrs. W.
Miss Odessa Sims and Mrs. Au
brey Welborn were guests of Mr.
and Mrs. R. C. Willingham during
the past week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hill, of Win
der, were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Dave Steed Sunday.
Mrs. Alma McDonald and son,
William, of Winder, and Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Cooper, of Bogart, spent
Sunday with Mrs. Georgia McDon
Mr. Luther Crow was a visitor
of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Crow Fri
day and Saturday.
Miss Ruth Whitman spent Fri
day in Winder shopping.
Miss Avery Beddingfield and
Mr. Tom Beddingfield were in
Winder shopping Friday.
On Friday evening Miss Maud
Gordon gave a delightful party in
honor of Mr. Marvin Carter.
Miss Istalena Durham, of At
lanta, spent the week-end with
Sgt. Guy Greeson, formerly of
this place, was in Carl Friday,
having received his discharge
Mrs. Hill Wiley, of Lawrence
yille, has been ill here at the home
iof her parents, Mr. and Mrs. G.
W. Boss, but her friends are glad
jto know that she is now much im
Mrs. Albert Williams, of Win
der, was the guest of her parents
Mrs. Eli Hudloy and daughters,
Nita and Moree, spent the week
in Atlanta as the guests of their
daughter and sister, Mrs. Quillian
Mrs. George Bagwell has return
ed home after an extended visit
to her daughter at Lithonia.
Mrs. L. N. Foster has returned
from Belmont, where she was call
ed to the bedside of her son, who
is ill with pneumonia.
Mr. Robert Hutchins, of River
side Military Academy, spent the
week-end with his parents.
BOGART BAPTIST CHURCH.
Preaching at Bogart Baptist
Sunday at 3 p. m.
Subject, “Caleb, the Man of
Faith.’’ You are especially invit
W. H. Faust, Pastor.
Miss Mary Lou Cargill enter
tained a few friends at dinner on
Sunday in honor of Miss Fay Wil
kinson’s birthday. Those present
were: Misses Fay Wilkinson, Icle
Smith, and Flossie Henson and
For Seed Irish Potatoes, H.
D. Lewallen, near Seaboard
Two-second-hand Fords andfoursecond
hand automobiles to close out quick.
WOODRUFF HDW. CO
Fords and automobiles at WOOODRUFF
John Deere Plows turn red land where
all others fail, with less draught.
WOODRUFF HDW. CO.
Light your house with Edison’s Mazda
lamps. WOODRUFF HDW. CO.
See J. E. Callahan befrore buying a
Gantt Planter and Distributor.
For Plow Points, see J. E. CALLAHAN.
The famous old Gantt distributors are
just $lO each at J. E. Callahan’s.
A Riding Cultivator that gives
satisfaction and saves the farmer
Money—Sold by Smith Hardware
Every Day Brings New
J. T. STRANGE CO.
We have a good stock of Cole
and Gantt Cotton Planters. Smith
Cole and Seay Guano Distribu
tors are the best. Sold by Smith
Genuine Clark Cuttaway Ilar
rows. Sold by Smith Hardware
Just received a shipment of
Goodyear Automobile Casings.
Smith Hardware Company.
Remember Garden Seeds in bulk
at Smith Hardware Cos.
Buy an old time Wide Track
Milburn wagon now while you
can get it. Smith Hardware Cos.
We Can Cover Your
Automobile Top Free
l OF WRINKLES AND PUCKERS
Drive around and give us a trial. We
know how it is done; our prices are the cheap
est and our workmanship is not excelled.
We use the best material. Why pay for
a job that is not the best that can be secured?
We can do it right.
£ Phone J. E. CALLAHAN 259
Storage Bateries for your ear
carried in stock by Smith Hwd.
Paints! Paints! Paints! for the
house and porch; the inside boor,
furniture, walls, the buggy, the
wagon, the automobile, etc., at
Smith Hardware Cos.
Buy a Planet Jr., Garden Plow
sold by Smith Hardware Cos.
Michelin Tires and Red Tubes.
They give satisfaction. Sold by
Smith Hardware Cos.
Best Drag Harrows and Fowler
Cultivators sold by Smith Hard
~Dodge~Brothers Motor Cars sold
by Smith Hardware Cos.
Come often, catch
a glimpse of the
NEW. You’ll be
Fisk Gage ,
and others are
Ask to see the