Social and Personal News
Married at the Baptist Pasto
rium Sunday evening at 7:30 p.
in. Mr. J. T. Dunagin and Miss
Rev. AV. H. Faust officiating.
The popular young couple re
side in Lawrenceville and returned
immediately after the ceremony
for their future home.
W. C. T. U. MEETING.
The AV. C. T. U. met at the Bap
tist church Monday evening, with
Mrs. A. P. Harrison, leader. Quite
a tine program was given.
Reading, Mrs. J. P. Williams;
Solo. Mrs J. AV. Griffeth ; Reading,
Miss Jones, of Christian College;
Paper by Mrs. AV. O. Perry; I)net,
Mrs. A. D. MeCurry and Miss Ora
Lee Camp; Paper, Mrs. AV. M.
Holsenbeck. After the program
the Pres., Mrs. Horton, took
charge of the meeting. Thirty
five members were present. De
lightful refreshments were served
by the hostesses, Mesdames Kees
ler. Roberts, Mayne and Holsen
Air. F. M. Kireus, route 3, who
has been suffering for several
months with a general breakdown
was in Winder Wednesday.
Airs. Flora Haynes and little
son, Bobbie, reached Winder last
Thursday from New York City,
her home for the past six years, to
spend a month with her father,
Air. 11. J. Garrison. It has been
several years since Airs. Haynes
visited AVinder, where her child
hood and young girlhood years
' On Friday evening, March 28,
a1 8:30 o’clock in the school audi
torium, the primary grades will
give an entertainment, the pro
ceeds of which will go toward
buying supplementary readers for
The charges for the evening’s
entertainment will be, all chil
dren ten cents (10), adults, flften
The followinw is the program:
Queen —Helen Gradick.
Princess —Pauline Roberts.
Nurse —Mary Weatherly.
Old Woman —Thelma Lancas
Faries —Sarah Barber, Mary
Lamar Jackson, Mary Louise W al
den, Mary Francis Cooper, Dor
othy Richardson, Geraldine Full
bright , Marietta Faust, Marcia
Smith, Francis Eberhart, Annie
Hunter Hargrove, and Estelle
Gentlemen-in- waiting; James
Perry, Dean Turpin and Harold
Ladies-in-waiting; Era Mincey,
Nina Meadow and Pearl Kinney.
Pages; Morton Cooper, Oran
Roberts, P. R. Smith, Trumanß ell
and Edward Royal.
Cook; Ruby Lee Bell.
Maid; Mary Wilie Wright.
Boy; Hubert Henson.
Reading; Mrs. J. P. Williams.
Playlet; Little Grandma’s in
key, Pauline Roberts, Francis
(’raft, Evelyn Moore, Mozelle Tol
bert, Gertrude Young, Harriette
Seagars, Bethehline McDonald,
Bertie Ruth Doster, Louise Ja
cobs and Bonnie Beddingfield.
Grandchildren; John Cash,Dor
othy Maynard, Roy Poole, and
Mrs. T. M. Foster has returned
from a visit to friends in Bishop.
Dr. W. C. Pirkle, of Baxley, Da.
was in Winder today on his way
to Hoschton, liis old home, for a
few days visit. He is one of the
leading physicians of South Ha.
Air. ami Airs. AV. B. Mathews
spent Tuesday in Atlanta.
Dr. C. B. Almond spent Tues
day in Atlanta.
Air. W. A. Brooks spent the week
end with his family here.
Air. Hiram Sharpton has been
sick for several days.
Airs. Bob Camp is spending a
few days in Atlanta with friends.
Airs. AV. 0. Perry is spending
several days in Atlanta this week.
Airs. Lillie Lamar is the guest of
her sister, Airs. Seymour, of
Dr. and Airs. Gibson Nowell, of
Atlanta, spent the week-end here
Dr. and Airs. G. AV. Delaperriere
and Airs. Harry Seagers spent Fri
day in Athens.
Airs. G. A. Johns and daughter,
Alary Louise, spent Friday in Ath
Misses Lenora Hosch and Free
man, of Hoschton. spent Saturday
with Airs. Clinton Goforth.
Air. and Airs. A. A. Camp are
visiting relatives in Logansville this
Airs. J. P. Perry has returned
from a visit to her sister in Mon
Airs. Bradley is visiting her
daughter, Airs. Whit Parks at Au
We are glad to know Air. 11. D.
Jackson is improving and will soon
he able to he out again.
Air. Geo. Williamson, of Athens,
spent Sunday with Alessrs. Guy
and John Kilgore.
Air. Earl Kilgore, of Emory Uni
versity, spent the week-end at his
Air. J. T. Flanigan, of Law
renceville, spent Alonday in Winder
Master Joseph Perry is back
home from the Piedmont Sanita
rium much better than when he
was carried there two weeks ago.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles E. Chick,
of Monroe, motored to Winder on
last Monday afternoon and spent a
few hours with Miss Arlevia Bur
Mrs. Annie Anderson, Misses
Cora and Susie Anderson, of At
lanta, spent the week-end with the
M isses Ida, Nellie and Aileen Kil
gore at their home on Woodland
Air .and Mrs. Green Hill, Mr.
Henry Hill and Mrs. Clinton Go
forth motored to Gainesville Sun
day afternoon. Mrs. Goforth re
mained for several days with Miss
Miss Annette Hamilton, of At
lanta, spent Sunday with her
grand mother, Mrs. M. J. Perry.
Mr. W. E. Hamilton, of Wash
ington. D. C., spent several days
here last week with his grand
mother, Mrs. M. J. Perry.
The many friends of Mrs. Pat
rick, mother of Mrs. Dr. Hodges,
are glad to know she is improving
from her serious illness.
Mrs. Lena Chandler has returned
to her home in Athens after spend
ing several weeks with her sister,
Mrs. T. A. Maynard.
The many friends of Mr. Jud
son Jackson are delighted to know
he is improving and was able to he
at church Sunday, a place he never
missed going on the Lord’s day
when he was well.
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bullock and
daughter, of Athens, came up Sun
day afternoon to see their mother,
Mrs. Williamson, who fell Sunday
morning ami broke her arm.
Mrs. W. H. Quarterman and her
daughter Mary, spent the week-end
with Miss Mary Russell in Athens.
Mrs. Vernon Moore is spending
a week in Atlanta with her sister,
Mrs. Milas Wiley.
Capt. and Mrs. Miles Wiley and
little daughter, of Atlanta, spent
the week-end with Mr. and Mrs. J.
Mr. Clifford Pharr, son of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Pharr, landed from
overseas at Newport News, Va.,
on March 13. Clifford is expected
to return home in the near future.
Airs. I). D. Kesler, Airs. W. R.
Walker and daughter spent Sat
urday in Gainesville.
Air. and Airs. Jno. AV. Alillsaps
are spending the week in Winder
to the delight of their many
Air. Wootson Smith and Master
Cary Alorris, Jr., of Athens, were
Alisses Gregory, AVood and Mc-
Dorman and Alessrs. .Aurhur,
Crawford and Weatherly of
Athens motored to AVinder Sun
day and were guests of Aliss Er
All-. Wiley McDonald and Air.
King of Gainesville were in Win
der a short while Wednesday!
MARCH MEETING OF THE W.
C. T. U.
The regular Alarch meeting of
the Woman’s Christian Temper
ance Union was held at the Bap
tist Church, Alonday, Alarch 24.
There was an excellent attend
ance and deep interest was mani
fested in the following line pro
gram prepared by Airs. A. T. Har
rison on proportionate and syste
Prayer—Airs. Alary Burson.
Appropriate Bible Selections —
How Aliss Alelvina Became a
Tither”—Airs. Pink Williams.
Duet —AJrs. A. 1). AlcCurry and
Aliss Ora Lee Camp.
“The Deacon’s Tenth”—Airs.
AV. Al. Holsenbeck.
Solo —Airs. J. AV. Griffith.
Reading—Aliss Henrietta Jones
Expression Teacher at Southeast
ern Christian College and Winder
Five new members were report
ed by the treasurer, Airs. Edgar
Delightful refreshments were
served by the hostesses, Airs. L.
Al. Alayne, Airs. D. I). Keesler,
Airs. J. Al. Roberts and Airs. AV.
Airs. L. 11. REID,
A large number attended serv
ices here Sunday afternoon. Rev.
Collins failed to till his appoint
ment, but Rev. J. T. Maltbie
preached a splendid sermon.
Mr. Robt. Wiley and family of
Union Grove visited Mr. J. E.
Wiley and family Sunday.
Mr. Charlie Umphrey and fam
ily of Candler visited Air. J. B.
Evans and family one day last
Air. T. J\. AfcDaniel ami family
visited relatives here Sunday.
AVe are glad to note that Air.
John Roebuck, who is suffering
from appendicitis, is some better.
Airs. Saids is very ill at the
home of her granddaughter, Airs.
J. Al. Simpson.
There are several cases of the
‘flu” in this vicinity.
Aliss AYillie Aland Tullis of this
place and Air. Luther Thornhill of
Zion’s Hill were married last
Sunday afternoon by Esquire J.
E. AYiley. Air. Thornhill recently
received his discharge from the U.
S. army. Airs. Thornhill is noted
for her cheerful disposition and
will he missed by her family and
The following delegates were
appointed to represent our Sun
day-school at the convention to
be held with Ebenezer Church
next Saturday and Sunday: Air.
J. Al. Simpson, Air. Pasco Carter,
AH. E. W. Bell, Mrs. Alma Rock
more, Aliss Alodeen Evans, Miss
Rev. J. R. Burrell will preach
here the second Sunday afternoon
Hoschton, Sharon, Union Grove
and Duncan’s Creek were well
represented here Sunday.
Air. E. AY. Bell will preach his
first sermon at Betliabra next first
Mrs. Pirkle Jackson and baby
aie visiting relatives in Gainsville
FOR SALE—I have a few bu. of
very fine planting seed for sale,
Mexican white Rose variety; $2.
J. E. PENTECOST. }
R. E. Moss, Minister.
Sunday School 10:30; Claud
AVe had 104 last Sunday, we
want 200 next Sunday. AVont
Morning worship 11:30. Sub
ject :“A Brief Retrospect.”
Evening services 8:00 o’clock.
Subject: “The World’s Deep De
sire.” The public cordially invit
ed. C. E. 7:00 o’clock.
Last Sunday was a great day
for our church. Both audiences
were large and very attentive.
The fine spirit and enthusiasm of
the members and their willingness
to do their part are very gratify
ing to the minister. Don’t forget
our protracted meeting beginning
the first week in April. Get
The farmers are all taking ad
vantage of this pretty weather.
Air. Albert ilinesley of Bethle
hem was in this burg Sunday.
Alisses Ella Alae Summerour
md Susie Sikes motored to Au
Alisses Nell and Lorene Segars
spent Friday and Saturday with
Alisses Grace and Darline Aloon.
t Middy Suits, chil
The best Middies known today—
PAUL JONES. The only garments
to be had when colors are absolutely
Trade where your money brings
the right returns.
J. T. Strange Cos.
Several of our neighbors of this
burg motored to AVinder on a
business trip Saturday.
Alisses Lizzie Kate and Afabrie
Stewart visited Aliss Pauline
Sunday night a singing oc
curred at Air. June Woods. They
report a very nice time.
Saturday morning the news
from the bedside of Air. Hubert
Daniel says that lie is improving
very rapidly and thinks he will lie
Air. AV. J. Moon and wife mo
tored to Braselton last Sunday to
visit his uncle, Mr. J. 11. C. Ran
dolph, who is real sick and lias
been for several months. His
mother, Airs. Ella D. Aloon, came
home with him to stay awhile, as
she her home with her chil
Air. John Stewart, Emory Stew
art and Aliss Ruby Stewart mo
tored to Carl visiting Sunday.
Air. Albert Ilinesley passed
down the road going towards
home, looking mighty sad, Sun
day afternoon. Stay at home on
Sunday afternoons, Susie.
Notice is hereby given that llio
North Georgia Telephone and
Telegraph Company lias applied
to the ' Railroad Commission of
Georgia for authority to increase
local exchange rates at AVinder
and Statham, Georgia, and a copy
of said petition, together with the
rates proposed to he made effect
ive, has, at the direction of the
Railroad Commision of Georgia,
been filed with the .Mayor of Win
der and the Alayor of Statham,
where the same will he available
for public inspection at any time.
This application has been as
signed for hearing before the
Commission at its meeting to be
held on Tuesday, April Bth, 1919,
at 10:00 o’clock a. m. in its of
fices at which time opportunity
will he afforded all interested par
ties of being heard.
This notice is published in ac
cordance with the rules of the
Railroad Commission of Georgia.
NORTH GEORGIA TELE
PHONE & TELEGRAPH CO.
By its officers,
G. AV. SMITH, President.
RALPH SMITH, Manager.
We have oil hand a few two
horse White Hickory wagons and
one one-horse wagon that we wish
to close out at once. Will make
the price interesting.
J. Al. P.ROOKKHER & SONS.