Social and Personal News
iss I vie Moore and Mr. Jesse
T. Guthrie were happily married
last Sunday afternoon by Judge
L?>l. Whitlock, of Hog Mountain
The bride is a daughter of Mr.
Hamp Moore, of near Lawrenee-
and the groom is a son of
A. L. Guthrie of Hog Moun
These young people have many
friends who will be interested to
learn of their marriage and whose
best wishes go with them.
Mesdames Paul Roberts and J. M
Aiken Entertain at a Beautiful
On Friday afternoon Mesdames
Paul Roberts and Aiken entertain
ed a number of their friends at a
party on the beautiful lawn of
Mrs. Roberts. Misses Sara Joe
Roberts and Carolyn Aiken served
punch from a lovely nook among
the vines on the porch. The after
noon was spent in playing “500”
and later a delightful salad course
was served. The invited guests
were: Mesdames W. Horton,
Roscoe Eavenson, Oglesby, G. 0.
Moseley, W. D. McKinney, J. L.
Jackson, E. V. Snipes, A. D. Mc-
Curry, J. W. Griffeth, J. T. FittsJ
Reba Vonderleith, John Hargrove
J. T. Maynard, Fleming Thornp,
son, Ralph Smith, Bob Camp, H.
A. Carithers, R. H. Kimball, Mac
Potts, W. 0. Perry, Clyde Wil
liamson, AY. L. Jackson, H. E. Mil-
likin, O. B. Mcßae, Aliles AViley,i
Williams, Hubbard, GeoJ
Fortson, Sidney Maughon, Broom,
J. B. Parham, if. Al. Rankin, Bar
ry, P. A. Flanigan, J. AY. Saun
ders, W. A. Bradley, Lee Fortson,|
Misses Pitts, Clayton, Stephens
Air. Mark Sims, of Atlanta
spent Sunday here.
The Winder Dry
A Theatre of Styles in Ladies’ and Misses Coats, Suits,
• Dresses, Waists, Skirts and Hats.
In Coats, we have all the new models in Velours, Silvertones,
Broadcloth, Blushes, Etc; priced from
$55.00 all the way down to $7.45
Suits, and beauties they are, in Serges, Poplius, Silvertone,
Broadcloths, Tricotines and others; the price ranging from
$19.45 to $57.50
In Dresses vve have anything you want from a Percale or Ging
ham house-dress to the Serges, Jerseys, Silks, Satins Tricotines and
anything else you might want, from
$55.00 to $1.50
The prettiest assortment of Waists to be found anywhere—Voiles
98c to $3.50
Crepe de Chine and Georgettes *
$3.50 to $12.50
The prettiest ladies’ Skirt that vve have seen is made of the new
Victory Cloth, in different colors, but we have many other beautiful
skirts in the other cloths. Come and see them.
Our line of ladies’, misses’, and childrens’ Hats is complete with
all the new styles, and you can buy them cheaper from us because we
don't have to trim them. If it’s to wear, we have it.
The Winder Dry Goods Store
MRS. CHARLES SPURGEON
One of the most delightful oc
casions for many weeks was the
barbecue given on Wednesday af
ternoon by Mrs. C. S. Williams on
the lawn of her beautiful borne on
Stephens St. During the after
noon two contests were enjoyed,
and a box of candy was given to
the one who drew the best look
ing pig. Later a delicious menu
was served, barbecue, pickles and
ice tea. Some hundred and fifteen
guests enjoyed this lovely hostess
MRS. H. M. RANKIN HOSTESS.
On Saturday afternoon Mrs. IT.
M. Rankin entertained the Young
Matron’s (Tub and a few other
friends in honor of her sister,
Airs. Barry, of Kansas City. Six
tables were arranged on the porch
for “500.” A’ases of yellow dah
lias and ferns made the place very
attractive. Airs. Barry and Aliss
Ivey assisted Mrs. Rankin and
later in the afternoon a delight
ful salad course with punch was
served. Twenty four friends of
Mrs. Rankin were present on this
Rev. J. H. Mash burn is spends
ing several days in Augusta this
Little Jewell Moon, daughter of
Airs. P. A. Aloon of this city, who
has been very ill for several weeks
is improving and considered out
Airs. L. J. MeElhannon has been
I indisposed for several days.
Mrs. J. AL Brooksher, of Dab
lonega, lias been spending a few
days with her daughter, Airs
Aliles Wiley at the beautiful home
on Broad Street of Capt. and Mrs.l
THE BARROW TIMES. WINDER. GEORGIA.
Messrs. M. H. Lowe. A. 1). Col
lins, J. M. Ross, J. M. L. Thur
mond. G. J. Thurmond, A. M
Porter, R. C. Willingham, Charles
Chambers. W. S. Henry, J. L
Haynie, Green Arnold and other
from Statham have been attend
ing court this week.
Mr. Claud Alavne spent Alondaj
and Tuesday at Valdosta, where
be went to attend the funeral
and burial services of little Rich
Dr. Bennett, Aliss Miriam Ben
nett and Aliss Kuna Williamson,
of Jefferson, were visitors in our
city AYednesday afternoon.
Air. and Mrs. Herrman Elrod
of Campton, spent Sunday with
their sister, Mrs. J. L. Fulcher.
Air. and Mrs. 1). I). Kesler, Air
and Airs. J. T. Walker and Mis
Fannie Walker spent Tuesday ii
Athens with Air. and Mrs. Bei
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Walker, of
Tulsa, Okla., are visiting their
sister, Mrs. I). I). Kesler. and mo
t her. Airs. AY. R. Walker.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Hardigree,
Mr. and Mrs. Foster Hardigree
and Airs. Georgia Harris visited
AYatson’s Spring and also rela
tives in Oconee County last Sun
Air. and Airs. AY. A. Bradley,
Air. and Mrs. Claud Alayne, Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Alillikin, Air. and
Airs. AY. O. Perry, Air. and Airs.
G. A. Johns, Dr and Mrs. E. F.
Saxon, Messrs. I. E. Jackson, Fee
Hardigree and Rev. R. E. Most
spent Sunday in Atlanta with
Rev. and Mrs. R. AY. Wallace, who
are going through the saddest or
deal of their lives.
Mrs. Z. F. Jackson and Afr.
Zack Jackson spent several days
at Bishop, Ga., last week and
while there attended the 65th
birthday dinner and barbecue of
their cousin, Air. J. A. Johns.
Airs. 0. B. Mcßae spent
Alessrs. Fritz and W. C. Potts
spent Wednesday in Atlanta.
\ # 1 .7 rapid thorough baking necessary
any kind. Heavy durable iron
burners vaporize the oil into an
Cff W JSjjfti intensely hot blue dame—just like
"0. jg || ■ We are demonstrating these
m M H stoves every day. Call and let us
M V show you their many special ad-
j w vantages over other oil stoves.
Mrs. A. A. Thomas and baby
Joyce Winifred, are on an extend
ed visit to her parents at Higl
Mrs. A. P. Carrington spent th
week-end in Athens with her dau
Mrs. Minnie Daniel is spending
a few days in Oampton with her
sister, Mrs. W. F. Camp.
Mrs. Kathleen Smith and little
daughters, spent the week-end
with her parents in Athens and
was accompanied home by her mo
ther, Mrs. Geo. llulme, to spend
a few days.
Mrs. G. A. Johns and Miss Mary
Louise Johns left Sunday for Hol
lins, Va., where Miss Johns will
enter College. Mrs. Johns will he
home in a few weeks.
Dr. and Mrs. Gibson Nowell, of
Atlanta spent the week-end here
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Kilpatrick
of Atlanta, spent the week-end
with Mr. arid Mrs. H. T. Flanigan.
Mr. and Mrs. Claud Patat, of
Atlanta, spent the week-end here (
with Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Patat. j
Mrs. H. M. Rankin left Monday
for St. Louis, to bring her little
son Bobby, home. He has been un
der treatment of a specialist there
for six months. Mr. and Mrs. Ran-|
kin’s many friends hope lie has
been greatly benefited and will
soon be strong and well.
Parker Furniture Company
Broad St. Winder, Ga.
Mis. H. E. Pat at has been indis
posed for several days.
Mr. T. ('. Flanigan, president of
the Auburn bank and one of that
town’s strong business men spent
part of Tuesday in Winder.
Each member of the Christian
Church is urged to he present at
the li. E. M. Social on Wednesday
evening Oct.' Ist at 8 o’clock.
Special music and a good time
Mrs. Lamar Anthony and chil
dren of Atlanta, are the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. D. A. Anthony.
Miss Marguerite Jackson a stu
dent at Lucy Cobb, spent the
week-end at home.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Young and
children, Alton, Willis and Ger
trude, spent Saturday in Athens.
' Mr. and Mrs. M. X. Duke, of
Jefferson, were the guests of Mrs.
J. C. Whitehead two days of this
week. Mr. Duke is a brother of
Mrs. Whitehead and this is his
first visit to Winder for more than
Mr. and Mrs. Arch Perry gave
a lovely six o'clock dinner Friday
evening. Covers were laid for
eight. The guests were: Mr. and
Mrs. W. L. Mayne, Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Jennings, and Mr. and Mrs.
Sidney F. Maughon.
Mrs. Omie Richardson, of At
lanta, spent the week-end with
her mother, Mrs. L. J. McElhan
THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 25
Miss Ruth Williams, of High
Shoals, is visiting Mrs. J. 15.
Mr. ilartsoek, of Macon, and
Air. David Mayo, of Monroe, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Mayo.
Dr. E. P. Quillian, of Valdosta,
and I)r. I>. O. Quillian, of Willa
cooehee, are spending several
days with their father and moth
er, Dr. and Mrs. 11. P. Quillian.
Mr. Cilmer McDonald, son of
Mr. and Mrs. DcWitt McDonald,
left last, week for Athens, to enter
the University of Oeorgia. . V
LODGE NOTICE, f
Regular convocation, Winder
Chapter, No. 84. R. A. M. will be
held Friday night, Sept. 27th. All
duly qualified companions invited
to attend.—W. A. Bradley, H. P.
R. E. Moss, Minister.
Sunday Sehool 10:30. Claud
Mayne, Supt. Why not 150 present
next Sunday? Come and bring
Church services: Morning 11 :30
Evening 8 o’clock. Everyone cor
dially invited. It is hoped that all
members will keep the church so
cial in mind. It is to be Wednes
day night Oct. Ist. Every one
must plan to come.