OF INTEREST IN THE
For Misses Daughtry
Mrs. M. C. Wright has issued
invitations for a rook party Sat
urday afternoon in compliment
to Miss Laura Daughtry and her
guest, Miss Kathleen Daughtry,
of New York.
W. C. T. U. Meeting
The local W. C. T. U. meeting
will be held Friday afternoon,
March 17th, at Mrs. J. H. Car
michael's. “Proportionate and
Systematic Giving” will be the
study theme and Mrs. Carmichael
will be in charge of the program.
For Miss Daughtry’s Guests
In compliment to Miss Kathleen
Daughtry, of New York, and Miss
Cliff Daughtry, of Commerce,
Miss Nettie Rae Pittman enter
tained at an enjoyable matinee
party at the Dixie theater on
Thursday afternoon. Cream and
take was enjoyed at a nearby
cream parlor after the movies
were over. In the party were
about twelve young ladies.
Civic League Notice
The Jackson Civic League will
observe the state-wide clean up
week of April 5-12, which has
been set apart by the state fed
eration of woman’s clubs and pro
claimed as such by the governor.
The ladies are making their plans
for planting flowers on the court
house lawn and they wish to ask
for any surplus cannas or salvia
plants anyone may have on hand.
It will take quantities of the
flowers and any donations of seeds
or plants will be appreciated.
They may be sent to Mrs. R. P.
Newton or she will have some
one call for them.
Delightful Meeting of U. D. C.
Mrs. J. H. Carmichael, Mrs. T.
M. Furlow and Mrs. R. N. Ether
idge were joint hostesses to the
U. D. C. chapter members on
Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Car
michael’s palatial home. Yellow
and green was the pretty color
scheme effectively carried out by
the use of quantities of buttercups
and feathery ferns. The dining
room was especially attractive in
these colors. Contributing to the
interesting program for the after
noon were Mrs. Eva Mae Smith
and Mrs. Hugh Mallet, both of
whom read instructive papers in
which were excerpts from verses
by Mrs. Lollie Belle Wylie, the
gifted Atlanta authoress. Miss
Helen Carmichael and Mrs. La
mar Etheridge rendered several
musical numbers. A salad course
and tea was served during the
social hour. Announcements will
be made later for the April meet
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Miss Daughtry Hostess
Lovely among the social events
of the early spring season was
the tea given Wednesday after
noon by Miss Laura Daughtry
for her attractive guest and
cousin, Miss Kathleen Daughtry,
of New York City.
The lower floor was lovely in
the decorations of green, white
and yellow, this pretty color
scheme being carried out in mi
nute detail. Southern smilax in
terwoven with daffodils was fes
tooned over the mantels, door
ways and on the stairway. Bowls
of lilies of the valley were used
in the parlors and reception hall.
In the dining-room a huge basket
of daffodils, with yellow tulle
bow, was the central decoration.
Grouped around this at intervals
were crystal vases of valley lilies.
The candles were shaded in yel
low and the mints were in yellow
and white. The ice course fur
ther carried out the pretty colors.
In the receiving line were the
hostess and guest of honor, Mrs.
A. H. Carmichael, of Atlanta,
and Mrs. Hugh Mallet. Serving
punch were Miss Hattie Buttrill
and Miss Rosa Newton.
Mrs. W. L. Etheridge rendered
several vocal selections, Miss
Nelle Wood being the accomplish
Assisting Miss Daughtry were
Misses Sara Louise Furlow, Syl
via Lyons, Nettie Rae Pittman
and Emily Daughtry, Mrs. L. L.
O’Kelley, Mrs. M. C. Wright,
Mrs. J. L. Joyner, Mrs. R. P.
In the evening a number of
young ladies and young men were
invited to meet Miss Daughtry
and delightful hospitality was
Tiny Shamrocks, of green card
board, were given as souvenirs
on each occasion.
Mr. A. H. Smith spent Satur
day in Atlanta.
Mr. H. L. Daughtry spent
Monday in Atlanta.
Mr. R. V. Smith was a visitor
from Flovilla Monday.
Mr. J. C. Tolleson was a visi
tor to the city Monday.
Mr. W. J. Webb was a business
visitor to the city Monday.
Mr. H. G. Asbury was a visitor
to the city Tuesday from Jenkins
Miss Sallie Mae Ball returned
a few days ago from a visit in
Mr. S. W. Maddox is spending
several days in Florida on a pleas
Mrs. J. Luther Joyner, of Ma
con, is visitiug relatives here
Mrs. A. H. Carmichael, of At
lanta, is the guest of Mrs. J. R.
Mrs. Leila Kinsman is in Cedar
town visiting her sister, Mrs. F.
Mr. Ed Lawson, Misses Lula
and Lurline Lawson were up from
Harry Butner was up from Ma
con Sunday spending the day
with home folks.
Mrs. Alonz® Rowe, ofSauls
bury, N. C. is visiting her sister,
Mrs. Julia Doan.
Mrs. H. L. Jenkins, of Macon,
was the guest of relatives here
part of the week.
Dr. 0. Lee Chesnutt attended
the mid-winter dental clinic in
Atlanta last week.
Mr. and Mrs. George Head will
spend Sunday in Atlanta with
Mrs. A. W. Hodnett.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Gelfman and
little daughter, Sara, visited rel
atives in Atlanta this week.
Mrs. J. B. Settle spent Satur
day in Atlanta with Mrs. A. H.
Smith and Mrs. Philip Head.
Her hundreds of friends will be
sorry to learn that Miss Joe Var
ner has been quite sick recently.
Claude Spencer, who is study
ing at Emory college, was at
home for a few days last week.
Mrs. T. H. Buttrill returned
Tuesday from a visit to her father,
Mr. W. M. Durden, in Graymont.
Mrs. M. J. Wilson’s many
friends will be sorry to know that
she has been quite sick for the
Mr. W. M. Crawford is in Chi
cago on business and Mrs. Craw
ford and Virginia are visiting in
Mr. and Mrs. T. D. Pye and
family, of Monticello, were guests
Sunday of Mrs. Annie Curry and
Mr. J. E. Pye.
Mrs. W. W. Wilson and little
son spent a few days of the week
in Atlanta with her daughter,
Mrs. Sidney Cohen.
Mrs. A. T. Buttrill and Mrs. E.
H. Stephens have returned from
a months visit to Mr. and Mrs. F.
B. Stephens in St. Augustine.
Misses Kathleen Daughtry, of
New York and Cliff Daughtry, of
Commerce, are the attractive
guests of Miss Laura Daughtry.
Mr. Herschel Webb, son of Mr.
and Mrs. W. J. Webb, who has
been seriously ill of pneumonia,
is much improved to the delight
of his friends.
Dr. and Mrs. J. B. Hopkins
had as their dinner guests, Sun
day, Dr. Hawkins and Dr. L. B.
Hopkins, of Griffin, Prof. W. 0.
Perritt, Dr. and Mrs. J. Lee By
ron and Mr. Harry Moore.
Miss Nannie Belle Jinks and
Miss Jones, of Mechanicsville,
Mrs. A. B. Lindsay and little son
and Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Turner
were guests of Mrs. Emily Jinks
and Miss Gertrude Jinks, Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Head, of
Atlanta, are receiving congratu
lations upon the birth of a daugh
ter, March eighth, who has been
named Helen Smith for her moth
er, who before her marriage was
Miss Helen Smith, of this city.
Mrs. Bethel] and Miss Cassie
Mcßride have rooms at Mr. Ray
mond Weaver’s on West 3rd St.,
where they will be glad to serve
>tiu. .'julisi’aclion gimruuteed.
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH.
Sunday. March 19
11 a. m. The pastor will preach.
Subject: "Child Conversion.”
This sermon is preached by re
quest of the Teachers Conference.
All the parents are invited and
requested to be present.
7:30 p. m. The congregation
is requested to worship with the
Methodist church and to partici
pate in the special services while
3 p.m. Young Peoples Union.
4p. m. Special song practice.
All the singers of the church and
community are invited.
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The church has in mind these
services as those of supreme im
portance. We may be indifferent
about some things connected with
the church but not a single mem
ber who believes in loyalty to his
Lord can be careless concerning
these meetings. Our year’s work
has been planned to this end.
This we trust is to be a great in
gathering time. Don’t let any
business engagement, any social
function, anything that can be
avoided get in the way. Pray,
plan, for these meetings.
The Old Reliable New
York Store can always be
depended upon for the
merchandise, styles, ser
vice and prices, daily in
creasing sales and new
customers the result.
Etheridge, Smith & Cos.
Preaching Sunday by the pas
tor at 11 a. m. and 7.30 p. m. All
are invited to attend these ser
Sabbath School at 10 a. m.
GIRLS! HAVE A MASS
OF BEAUTIFUL HAIR.
SOFT, GLOSSY. WAVY
25-cent bottle destroys dan
druff and doubles beauty
of your hair
Within ten minutes after an
application of Danderine you can
not find a single trace of dandruff
or falling hairandyour scalp will
not itch, but what will please you
most will be after a few week’s
use, when you see new hair, fine
and downy at first —yes—but
really new hair—growing all over
A little Danderine immediately
doubles the beauty of your hair.
No difference how dull, faded,
brittle and scraggy, just moisten
a cloth with Danderine and care
fully draw it through your hair,
taking one small strand at a time.
The effect is amazing—your hair
will be light, fluffy and abundant;
an incomparable lustre, softness
Get a 25-cent bottle of Knowl
ton’s Danderine from any drug
store or toilet counter, and prove
that your hair is as pretty and
soft as any —that it has been neg
lected or injured by careless treat
ment—that’s all—you surely can
have beautiful hair and lots of it
if vou will just try a little Dan
Bier lot of Mill End Tow
els, Toweling, etc., at very
attractive prices. Smith
New double seated rub
ber tired buggy.
R. A. Franklin.
1 doz | C r 2 doz 7C
for lcJv for Lvv
Diredt from the garden
to you. Green Hard
Head Cabbage, Yellow
Yam Sweet Potatoes,
New Irish Potatoes,
Celery, Tomatoes. In
fad: we have a complete
line and want your
THE BEST BREAD
Fresh Every Day
For week-end trade
Full line of
Cakes & Crack
Always Fresh. No salad
complete without them.
We want that order.
We ' have the most
Ever offered in Jackson,
tem is Perfedt
So order from us and
get what you want
when you want it.
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