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The Jackson progress-argus. (Jackson, Ga.) 1915-current, August 13, 1915, Image 5

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NEWS OF INTEREST IN THE SOCIAL REALM WITHOUT A SMILE You are Like bread without the spreadin’, Like a puddin’ without sauce, Like a mattress without beddin’, Like a cart without a hoss, Like a door without a latchstring, Like a fence without a stile, Like a dry and barren creek bed, Is a face without a smile! Like a house without a dooryard, Like a yard without a flower, Like a clock without a mainspring. That will never tell the hour; A thing that sort o’ makes yo’ feel A hunger all the while— Oh, the saddest sight that ever was Is a face without a smile! So smile and don’t fergit to smile, An’ smile, an’ smile ag’in; ’Twill loosen up the cords o’ care, An’ ease the weight o’ sin; ’Twill help yo' on the longest road, An’ cheer yo’ mile by mile; An’ so, whatever is your lot, Jes’ smile, an’ smile, an’ smile. —Selected. For Misses Collier Inhonorof herattractivenieces, Misses May and Vivian Col lier, of St. Louis, Mrs. R. L. Car ter will entertain at an elaborate tea Friday afternoon. Miss Manley Hostess On Friday evening Miss Bird nette Manley gave a rook party in honor of Miss Ruth Taylor, of Macon. Punch was served as the guests arrived and after in teresting games of Rook and “1 Doubt It,” a delightful ice course was served. For Mrs. Murph Mrs. J. S. Murph, of Marshall ville, will be the honor guest at a series of parties when her sis ter, Mrs. W. E. Watkins enter tains three tables of rook on Fri day afternoon and the same num ber of guests at bridge on Satur day afternoon. Miss Pittman Honoree at Heart Dice Party To honor Miss Nettie Ray Pitt man, of Jackson, Ga., Mrs. J. W. Stanfiel was hostess at an enjoy able heart dice party Thursday afternoon. The home of the hostess was attractively decorated with flowers developing a yellow color note and punch was dispensed during the game. Prizes were awarded Miss Pittman and Miss Bertha Maas. Late in the afternoon ices and case were served, carrying out the chosen color. Sixteen guests were entertained.—Bir mingham Ledger. Misses Jones Hostesses In compliment to Miss Ina Mc- Michael’s guests, Misses Laura Shannon, Winnie Wall and Ha zel Winn, Misses Vera and Jessie Jones gave a pretty rook party, Thursday afternoon at their home on Indian Springs street. Sun flowers and nasturtiums were the bright flowers used in the par lors, where the games were play ed. A delicious ice course was served. Misses Lucile Jones and Lucv Evelyn Nichols served punch to the guests upon their arrival. The guests besides the honorees included Misses Helen Carmichael, Marv Lane, Exie Ham, Davie Fletcher, Esta Garr, Carrie Knott and Ezra Morrison. Mrs. Wright Entertains In compliment to Mrs. Charles Robison, of Atlanta, the guest of the Misses Newton, Mrs. Clayton Matthews, of Atlanta, the guest of Mrs. L. L. O’Kelly and for Mrs. Comer Woodward, of Abel ine, Texas, who is spending some time with her sister, Mrs. Verna Wright, Mrs. M. C. Wright en tertained fifty guests at rook on Thursday afternoon. For Mrs. Robison Mrs. Charles Robison, of At lanta, who is the charming guest of the Misses Newton, has been the inspiration of a number of delightful parties this week and none have been lovelier than the al fresco tea given Wednesday afternoon by Mrs. R. P. New ton, Misses Mary and Rosa New ton at the home of Mrs. Newton. In the receiving line were the hostesses and guest of honor, standing befere a background of palms and flowers arranged near the porches. On a prettily dec orated table on the porch, the punch bowl was placed, Mrs. R. T. Carmichael and Mrs. L. P McKibben dispensingthisrefresh ing nectar. The vine clad per gola was an artistic setting for the tea table, which was presi ded over by Mrs. A. T. Buttrill, Mrs. M. C. Wright and Mrs. W. B. Thompson. The guests were seated at small tables on the lawn and served to delicious tea and sandwiches. Dainty baskets hold ing roses adorned the tables. Assisting in serving and receiv ing were Misses Jane Stanfield, Mary Lane, Exie Ham, Nina Har ris, Helen Carmichael and Mrs. W. A. Newton. Mrs. Lamar Withdraws From Race Of special interest to the U. D. C. throughout the South is the announcement that Mrs. W. D. Lamar, of Macon, has withdrawn from the race of president gener al. Mrs. Lamar is a brilliant and capable woman and her hosts of friends and admirers regret that she withdraws from the race, even on such unselfish grounds. Mrs. Lamar’s card to the U. D. C. chapters is as follows: Macon, Ga., August. 2, 1915 To the United Daughters of the Confederacy: Since early in June I have striven to settle a vexed question and have finally determined, against Miss Rutherford’s wishes, to withdraw from the race for president general, basing this det cision upon the fact recently learned that Miss Rutherford is committed not to refuse the of fice as historian general, if it should be offered her and because I know that her election for a fifth term is certain if Georgia has no candidate for president general. Therefore despite the fact that enough votes are pledged to elect me on the first ballot. I will not jeapordizeMiss Rutherford’s election by remain ing in the race. I rejoice that Georgia has been so greatly hon ored already, and I wish to thank the many states that have fos tered my candidacy, but my sense of fairness forbids Geor gia’s claiming three officers on the executive board. My work for U. D. C. causes will be as earnest as ever and my zeal, unhampered by official responsibilities, will be more ser viceable to the organization. Yours to command, E. D. B. Lamar, Pres. Georgia Division U. D. C. PERSONAL Judge A. H. Ogletree was a visitor here this week. Sam Johnson was up from Hawkinsville this week. Miss Willie Thornton is the guest of Mrs. C. W. Buchanan. Mr. R. N. Etheridge returned last week from a business trip to Chicago. Mrs. George S. Hanes, of At lanta, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Allen. Mrs. W. R. Robison, of Mil ledgeville, is visiting Mrs. E. C. Robison and family. Mr. R. L. Daughtry, of Com merce, is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Daughtry. Miss Ruth Taylor returned to Macon Tuesday after a visit to Miss Birdnette Manley. Messrs. W. P. Stevens, Jr., W. C. Turpin and McKibben Lane, of Macon, were week-end guests of Col. and Mrs. A. W. Lane. Plan Your Vacation For The Land of The Sky The one place you will enjoy a vacation for or recreation Hendersonville, W aynesville, Hot Springs, Tryon, Brevard, Saluda, Flat Rock Are a few of the noted resorts Many Excellent Hotels and Homelike Boarding Houses Very Low Round Trip Summer Fares Through Sleeping Car Service From Many Important Points For information and beautiful booklet address J. S. BLOODWORTH, T. P. A., Macon, Georgia SOUTHERN RAILWAY Premier Carrier of the South Mr. and Mrs. Philip Head spent Wednesday in Concord with rela tives. Messrs. Leon Powell and Wil liam Barnett, of Macon, were visitors in the citv Sunday. Miss Mary Land is at home for the next month, having closed her summer school last week. Miss Martha Clark and Mil ledge Clark, of Macon, are spend ing the week with Louis Lane. Mrs. Edward Smering and Mrs. Virgiania Manley and George Manley will motor to Vienna Sun day. Miss Mary Winter, of Atlanta, is the guest of Mrs. R. Gunter. Mrs. J. G. Gunter, Sr., also spent Sunday with Mrs. Gunter. Mr. and Mrs. J. Walker Jones and family, of Twiggs county, were guests last week-end of Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Land. Mr. and Mrs. F. 0. Stone, of Atlanta, and Miss Fern Lewis, of Jackson, Mich., were visitors to Jackson Wednesday and to gether with Mr. and Mrs. P. W. Nolen, of this city, went down to Indian Springs for luncheon at the Wigwam. Postponing Old Age Overworked, weak or diseased kid neys make one feel old before middle age. Rheumatism, aches and pains, too free perspiration of strong odor and other symptoms are warning that the kidneys need help. Foley Kidney Pills make the kidneys strong and ac tive. The Owl Pharmacy, adv Paul Nolen 6 Company We have Vegetables AT LAST Fresh Rutabaga Turnips, Sweet Potatoes, Green Cabbage, Onions, all good and sound KINGANS Breakfast Bacon On Ice 28c lb No. 1 Irish Potatoes to go at 20c pk 10 lb bucket Cotton Bloom Compound Lard to go at 85c Stone Cakes Six kinds, 10c each Buy from us, we are the only authorized agent in Jackson, Ga. So get them from us fresh and not secondhanded. Uncle Sam Bread the bread made 5c per loaf We have the goods and can deliver them now, as we always do. Phone us your orders or come in person. WE DELIVER NOW PaulNolen 6 Cos Jackson, Ga PHONES 24 and 60