W' L;V - , Thompson is visiting
w‘;'. ;r in Demorest.
m+Vk' I)ye °* Siloam was a re *
Khfitor to Jefferson.
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■- gpbby Smith of Tennille is a
■*. . t [, e home of J. N. Holder.
E. H. Taylor of Pen
■V‘ F ; a .. attended a barbecue in
', rce on last Thursday evening.
■„ . j [ar y H. Arnall og Senoia ia
truest of her daughter, Mrs. Hew-
| H ilda anti Loyd Fraser, Jr., are
■L 0 f their aunt, Mrs. T. T. 6en-
L Thelma Sims, were visitors of
W j b. Cheatham, Thursday.
■ Hr Ralph Wills has returned from
fcnton. where he has been at work
E n ? the summer vacation.
■ Mb-e- Louise and Lizzie Mae Bent-
H o f Lincolnton were week-end
E ;t; of Miss Miriam Bennett.
1 Messrs. (Gladstone Cooley and W.
■ Bryan. Jr., spent the week-end at
■ Hi-.: Frances Benton is in Char-
H e . v ('...the guest of her uncle,
Hr, Loy i Fraser.
■ Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Sims and
Hg,ily spent Sunday with Mr. and
J. P. Sims.
■ Mr. Roy Allen Barnett is visiting
H Marietta this week, guest of Dr.
Ed Mrs. C. B. Barnett.
■ Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Evans and
Emily have returned from a trip
Hough the mountains of North Geor-
I Mrs. Homer Hargrove and small
Haghter, Cathryn, have returned to
■eir home in Durham, N. C., after
■ visit at the home of H. T. Mobley.
■ Mr. and Mrs. Memory Bennett and
■r. Harry Merk of Athens were re
lent guests of Dr. Bennett and fami-
I Mr. Richard Harris is off on his
■wtion this week. During his ab-
his place at Wilhite’s is being
■led by Mr. Henry Polk Barnett.
• Mrs. Sorrels of Danielsville is
Hting Mrs. J. H. Campbell. She
■til be pleasantly remembered as Miss
■ertha Stevens, who attended school
■re at one time.
B Mr.-. M. E. Long and Miss Mar
■trite Sims have returned to their
■<®ie in Atlanta, after spending a
B*} plea-ant week at the home of
m and Mrs. J. p. Sims.
■ and Mrs. Tom Adair and son,
-Glair, of Washington, were
® eek ' eml guests of Dr. and Mrs. J.
■' BernH - and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford
■ Forn,!n: a congenial party who
to Athens last Friday to see
Chaney, in “On the Road to
•arm-day." were; hisses Mary Ruth
M ills, Cathryn Mobley,
■ ■ 1 n:.son, Elizabeth Cooley, and
1 *• Benton was a visitor to
■ a ;- lU:t,, n, Ga., last Sunday. He
■“ accompanied home by Mrs. Ben-
H^ t '°ung son, Thomas, who
■?* ccn spending two weeks with
■A B, ; nt " n ' s Parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Bj **' Mrs. R- J- Kelly entertain-
HL*' dinner on Wednesday, August
in honor of the anniver-
K of ! ;" ir wedding. After dinner, ]
K u r "°l < were enjoyed until a .
■ il 1 heir guests were: Mr.
H; r V Smith, Mr. and Mrs.
H.,.' ‘ cxander, Mr. and Mrs. Styles
■ ISman - Mrs. Edwin Wills.
Si' those attending the fun-
Miss Carrie Hunter in Ath
fs R 1 1 * hursday, were: Mr. rvd
' I homas, Mr. Homer Han
>: ' ‘aud Hancock, Mr. W. W.
s Mr - and Mrs. C. Y. Daniel, 1
Sf El a Dickson, Mr. and Mrs. C. j
e . Jr., Misses Miriam and
;• D-nnett, Mrs. J. C. Bennett,'
r “, ' * rs - J. C. Turner, Mr. and
i Hanigan, Miss Ruby Han-'
M 7 ’ Prances Turner, Mrs. J. l
. ‘•■■Elhannon, Mrs. J. T. Me-’
Mrs. J. s. Ayers, Mr. and
8 ~ ‘ Crooks, Mrs. Sam Kelly.
| r ; Barnett, Miss Lona Mae [
Miss Erma Hancock, Mr.
J- Barnett, Mr. Roy Allen Bar-'
b , s Minnie Barnett, Miss
Jead, Mns. Addie Boggs.
Mr. C. D. Cox spent the week-end
Miss Lurline Collier of Athens
spent Sunday in Jefferson.
Mr. Hal Moore spent Tuesday in
Rev. A. J. Johnson has returned
from Acworth. *
Mr. Gordon Bell of Etowah, Tenn.,
is in the city visiting his sister, Mrs.
Mattie Bell Roberts, and family.
Mr. and S. E. Smith are visit
ing in Charlcfffe, N. C.
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Stringer of T.rm
pa, Fla., visited relatives in this
section last week.
Mrs. P. G. Fraser of Wtshington is
visiting his daughter, Mrs. T. T. Ben
Miss Martha Carter Storey of Ath
ens is visiting Misses Joyce and May
Messrs. W. R. J., Tom and Jewell
Anglin, of Wadley, were visiting re
latives here last week.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Gauldin of
Colbert are guests of Mr. and J. C.
Miss Fannie Mat Carruth, who is
an employee of The Jefferson Mills,
is spending her vacation with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Carruth.
Mrs. D. J. D. Myers and two at
tractive daughters, Misses Sadie and
Mary, of Lafayette, are guests at
the Harrison Hotel.
Friends of Rev. and Mr3. J. W T .
Lord will regret to know of the ill
ness of Mrs. Lord, who has been
confined to her bed for several days.
Miss Louise Bailey, after spend
ing the summer months traveling in
the interest of the Wayne P. Sewell
Cos., has ggne to Marion, Va., where
she will teach in the school there this
■ '■■■ ■ ■■ " i
Mr. and Mrs. Ned Pendergrass were
in the city Sunday, bringing with
them the former’s mother, Mrs. N.
N. Pendergrass, who was their guest
at their home in Atlanta for several
Mr. and Mrs. Bob Deavors, who
live in Atlanta, have been spending
several days with Mr. and Mrs. W.
H. Deavors. Mr. Deavors is a former
Jackson county citizen, and is deputy
sheriff of the Georgia Court of Ap
Mrs. Harber, who has been enter
taining a delightful house party at
her home in Commerce, entertained
her guests one afternoon recently
with a picnic and swimming party at
the Jefferson Recreation Club
Rev. Nat Long will occupy the pul
pit at the Methodist church on next
Sunday morning at the eleven o’clock
service. His friends will be delight
ed to give him a splendid congregation
on this occasion. In the evening,
this congregation will worship at the
Presbyterian church at the Union
service, when Rev. A. J. Johnson of
the Baptist church will deliver one of
his interesting sermons.
Mis3 Conchita Bertran, who has
been visiting Miss Isbelita Ferrer in
' Cuba, returned home Monday. She
was accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.
'Ferrer, who cams to visit Mr. Ma
nola Ferrer, and to carry back with
them their younger son, Paquito,
who has been spending the summer
with Mr. and Mrs. P. Bertran in
Jefferson. Mr. and Mrs. Ferrer were
also accompanied by a young Cuban
who will join Manola, and both will
enter Emory Academy at Oxford this
Jefferson friends of Manola and
Paquito Ferrer have been delighted
and astonished at the rapidity with
[which they have learned the English
language since coming to Jefferson.
1 The former entered the eleventh
'grade in Martin Institute when he
came here from his home in Cuba.
He could not speak English, but his
progress in mastering the language
has been remarkable. Paquito, who
is only about ten years of age, ®ame
here in June, not able to speak a
word in English, and now he reads
excellently, and uses some of our
most difficult words. In the party
who went over to Winder on Monday
to meet his father and mother, he
acted as interpreter, and did it with
wonderful accuracy for one so young
and one who had associated with Eng
lish speaking people such a short
Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Epps were
week-end visitors in Atlanta.
Mrs. A. S. Crook and daughter o?
Tignall are visiting Mr. and Mrs. W.
Col. and Mrs. R. L. J. Smith and
Col. S. J. Smith of Commerce were
in the city Sunday.
Mr. G. C. Sargent of Clermont
spent a day or two here last week
with relatives and friends.
Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Elrod and two
sons, Frary and Brittain, of Granite
Mill were visitors here the past week.
Ennis, the little daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Fred Howell, is visiting re
latives in Tignall.
Mr. and Mrs. Ab Hardy and chit
dren are visiting iff Atlanta this
Mrs. Waite and two sons of Cler
mont, Fla., spent the week-end at the
home of her brother, Mr. M. M. Bry
an, on Lawrenceville street.
Revival services will begin at Aca
demy church Sunday night at 8.30, to
be conducted by Rev. G. R. Collins.
All invited to attend.
Messrs. Emory Cheatham of Louisi
ana, Bob Cheatham of Alabama, are
the guests of their mother, Mrs* J.
Mrs. O. C. Aderhold is spending
this week in Atlanta, the guest of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Parr, at their
home on Highland avenue.
Master Billy Peeples of Athens is
spending this week at the home of his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. H.
Mr. Jack Storey and Miss Helcif
Storey returned home last week from
Granite Hill, where they have been
with Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Elrod for
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Peeples of
Athens, and Mr. and Mrs. F. H.
Aderhold of Commerce, were Sunday
guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Ader
hold, in Jefferson.
The members of Martin Institute
faculty are expected to arrive in the
city by next Thursday, to make pre
paration for the opening of school
on the 6th.
Judge and Mrs. W. W. Dickson
had as their guests last week, Mrs. S.
T. Hood and daughters, Misses Dor
ris and Sue, of East Point, Mr. and
Mrs. J. A. Thurmond and daughter,
Miss Hattie, of Charlotte, N. C.
Rev. and Mrs. L. E. Roberts and
daughter, Miss Helen, of Cojlege
Park, have been in the cby* the past
week, guests at the Lor.: > of Mr.
Roberts mother, Mrs. \7. C. ter.a
on Hill street.
Mr. and Mrs. Jonc-s 11. Aderhold
and little son, Jor.es, Jr., and Mr. and
Mrs. Dick Smith and little daughter,
Denese, who have been visiting at
the home of J. N. Holder, left this
week for their home in Augusta.
We extend our thanks to Mr.
Claud Barnett for a basket of the
finest peaches w*e have had this sea
son. They came from the farm of
Mr. T. I. Hawkins at Appley Valley,
which farm Mr. Barnett manages,
while Mr. Hawkins raises celery in
Sanford, Fla. Twenty cars were
shipped from the Hawkins orchard
this year, and they were of the very
finest quality. Mr. E. C. CoJquitt
also shipped several cars from his
Apple Valley orchard. Many people
have enjoyed these peaches this sea
son, as both Mr. Hawkins and Mr.
Colquitt were very generous with
their fruit, and gave away hundreds
Among the out-of-town people here
Monday for the funeral service of
Mr. A. R. Williamson, were Mr. and
Mrs. E. L. Williamson of Newnan,
Mr. and Mrs. Hugh W. Dobbs of At
lanta, Mrs. Lillie Williamson and
Mrs. T. J. Meldrim of Columbus, Mr.
and Mrs. Clyde W’llliamson of Win
der, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Bullock of
Athens, Dr. and Mrs. S. T. Ross and
Mrs. J. L Williamson of Winder,
Mr. Emory Williamson and Mis* Vir
ginia Williamson of Augusta, Mrs.
Mary Jackson Williamson and Mrs.
E. C. Jackson of Dalton, M-. and
Mrs. Willingham of Marietta, Mr.
and Mrs. H. S. Jackson and Mrs.
Fannie Dunston of Athens, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Cook, Mrs. G. D. Ross,
Mrs. J. W. Griflfeth, Jr., Miss Moore,
of W 7 inder, Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Mob
ley, Jr., of Newnan, Mr. and Mrs.
George Dewey Baiiey of Atlanta,
Harry Bell Bailey of Augusta.
JOHN N. HOLDER
j V ' \
CANDIDATE for GOVERNOR
WILL SPEAK AT
Saturday, August 28
at 3 p. m.
People of Jackson and adjoining counties
invited to be present and hear the only
address that he will deliver during the
Come and hear the facts concerning the
huge bond issue that is being tried to
be “put over” on the people of Georgia.
Ladies Especially Invited