MRS. JENNINGS !
Thanksgiving Services Were Held
at School Audlitorium; Other
Newsy Items From Plains
Mrs. Millard Jennings entertain
ed last week in a delightful manner
her club, with several friends to fill (
The tables were placed in the liv- |
mg room which was attractively dec- !
orated with chrysanthemums, lovely j
pink roses and ferns.
At the conclusion of the game, de- i
licious refreshments were served.
Mrs, Alvin Timmerman and Mrs.
John Woodruff assisted the hos
Playing were Mrs. Joe Williams,
Mrs. Frank Timmerman, Mrs. Mark
Chambliss, Mrs. Mamie Bradley, Mrs.
Jack Slappy, Mrs. Linton Godwin,
Mrs. Edgar Timmerman, Mrs. Bow
man wise, Miss Mary Davis, Mrs. J.
R. Logan, Mrs. Andrews and Mrs.
J. C. Logan.
Thursday morning at eleven
o’clock at the school auditorium, Rev.
Chas A. Philips pastor of the Plains
Lutheran, preached a Thanksgiving
sermon to a large congregation. Mr.
Philips held the close attention of his
hearers while he pointed out in an
able manner, manifold blessings, ap
propriate music was rendered by the
choirs of the several churches here.
Immediately following the services
the Parent-Teacher association serv
ed a turkey dinner in the dining
room at the school house. A sub
stantial amount was taken in and
will go towards the improvement of
the school property.
Miss Catherine Logan left Wednes
day for Forsyth, where she will
spend Thanksgiving holidays as the
guest of Miss Haael Timmerman
who is a student at Bessie Tift Col
Miss Florine Danielly is spending
several days at her home in Roberta.
Miss Pearl Langford left Thursday
for Macon to spend a brief time in
Mrs. Frank Grier and baby daugh
ter, Ann, and Miss Mary Davis went
to Newborn Wednesday to remain
until Sunday, guests of their parents
Mr. and Mrs. Davis.
Mr. Jno. A. McDoDnald is attend
ing the annual session of the South
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Georgia Methodist Conference in ses
sion in Macon this week.
| Miss Grace Montgomery who is
teaching in Cook county near Adel is
spending the holidays with her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Montgom
Miss Alice Ruth Timmerman who
is teaching in the public school in
Dawson is spending several days with
I her mother, Mrs. Alice Timmerman.
Clyde Cook has returned from a
I stay of several months in Miami and
|is spending a while with Mr. and Mrs.
| E. E. Cook.
Miss Berta Will Clark who form
erly resided in Plains came from
iviacon Thursday to make a brief
visit to her father, Mr. Jno. B.
Mrs. Mamie Bradley, Mrs. Joe Wil
liams and Miss Louise Wise Spent
Thursday afternoon in Americus.
Norman Murray a law student at
Mercer Nniversity is spending the
Thanksgiving holidays with his par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alma Murray.
Mrs. R. L. Stewart and Miss Flor
riebel Stewart have returned home
[from a delightful visit to friends in
I Fort Pierce, Fla.
Mr. Alton Carter with his young
sons, Donald and Hugh and Mrs.
| Nina Carter spent Thursday with
friends in Macon.
R. S. Oliver, Jr., who holds a re
sponsible position with the general
|electric Co., in Schenectady, N. Y.
(spent Thursday with his parents, Mr.
| and Mrs. R. S. Oliver enroute to Mi
ami, where he has been transferred.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Thomas spent
I Thanksgiving with their daughter,
! Mrs. James Lott at her home in
Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bridges and
Miss Mae Bridges are spending sev
eral days, guests of relatives near
Mrs. J. D. Dodson and interesting
children, Sarah, Minnie Merritt,
Einily and George spent Thursday
with her mother, Mrs. Lizzie Holley
Mr. and Mrs. P. H. Jeter and lit
tle daughter, Ann( of Decatur are
spending the week, guests of Mrs.
Jeter’s parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. S.
< Miss Edna Shirley of Americus
and Stonewall Shirley, of Douglas
spent Thursday with their sjster,
Mrs. Lon Wise at her home near
Miss Autry Owens is spending the
holidays pleasantly, the guest of
Miss Sue Davis at G. S. C. W. ill "Mil
Mrs. A. J. Oliver and children
from Berlin, Ga., are guests of her
sister, Mrs. George Wise.
Mr. and Mrs. Guy Shealey of
Oglethorpe spent Thursday, guest of
Mrs. Will Wise.
Mr. Gill Kennedy and children,
Grace Williams, Tommie and Emma
Joe left Friday morning for Tampa,
Fla., where they will reside in the fu
Miss Luther Hiller from near Par
rott is spending the week, guests of
Mrs. Mattie Caughman.
| Mrs. Nannie Spann is spending
some time with relatives near Bron
Rev. and Mrs. Chas A. Phillips left
Thursday afternoon for Prosperity,
S. C. where they will remain until
• Mr. D. C. Brannen has returned
home from a visit of ten days to rel
atives in Tampa, Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Walters and
children of Americus were guests
Thursday of Mr. and Mrs. T. W.
Walters at their home here.
1 Mrs. Will Kennedy is improving
after an illness of several weeks at
the hospital here to the delight of his
Little Miss Nan Brittan and -Mas
ter Herbert Mann, of Americus are
the pleasant little guests for several
days of their aunt, Mrs. Joe Williams
Mrs. O. L. Evans is spending the
week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Horn, at their home near Lumpkin.
Mrs. R. A. Stapleton and Alice An
drews of Americus came Wednesday
for a visit of several days to rela
1 New York expert says fish are
better food than hot dogs, but we
doubt if fish will enjoy the compli
j Don’t worry at a strange noise at
night. It is merely the coal bill
' climbing up to the roof.
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MISCELLANEOUS FOR FOR SALE
MONEY TO LOAN on Farms and
C.'ty Property, payable one to
twenty years. Stephen Pace.
IF YOU want to build a home, or
pay a mortgage off, investigate
my home purchase plan. No fee
charged. M. H. Fletcher, phone G 63.
HIGHEST Cash price paid for any
| size, variety or quantity of Pecans
i Neon Buchanan.—26-ts
'ELECTRIC IRONS, Electric Heat
ers, Electric Light Bulbs, Wiring
Material. Shumake, 149 N. Hamp
ton St., at machine shop.—23-12t
PLEASE BRING you work to M. N.
Edwards. I will be there from
Nov. 30th to Dec. 4, 1925, resilver
ing mirrors. E. Powell.—2B-2t
AMERICUS BUSINESS COLLEGE
h:is added Telegraphy to its large
number of course, positions guaran
teed. Very best instructors that
can be secured. First-class equip
ment throughout. Americus Business
College, 116 Jackson St., phone 195.
CALL Ed Purvis, 303-J, with Clark
Coal Co., for High-Grade Kentucky
LOST AND FOUND
FOUND—Bunch of keys. Owner
i may get same by paying for ad at
LOST —Red gilt pig; right ear cut
off. If found, phone Mrs. K. Pitt
man. 459—27-3 t
FOR SALE—6-year-old pony; gentle,
phone 2703.—30-3 t
FOR SALE —Boost Americus and
Sumter county by buying wagons
manufactured here in Americus, Ga.
T *rices right. See me before buying,
i Phone 444. J. A. Baugh.—3o-6t
THE AMERIC’ ’S riMES-RECORDER
For her interest in “Tambourine,’
forthcoming student opera of th‘.
I niversity of Michigan, Miss Doro
thy Stone, daughter- of Fred Stone
famous comedian, has been elected
the grst woman member of Mimes
honorary dramatci fraternity of the
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For the third time an American girl
will be “Peter Pan” at the annual
Barrie revival in London this Christ
mas. This time the honor goes to
Miss Dorothy Dickens.
Three Detroit boys robbed a bank,
proving they do something in Detroit
besides make autos.
There are so many other football
games going on we don’t know if
Congress is in session or not.
Some women are happy. Others
marry men who drinks, or gamble, or
fool aroynd with radios.
FOR RENT—Apartment: 2 or 3
rooms, furnished. Phone 971.
FOR RENT —My home on Oglethorpe
Road. 8 rooms; sewerage, bath
and other modern conveniences. F. G.
FOR RENT—Five-room house with
large garden. S. R. Johnson,
phone 695.—28-3 t
FOR RENT to couple only Bed
room, dining room and kitchen
outfit, including gas stove, for 6 or
12 months. Address, “Couple,” care
FOR RENT—Two or three rooms,
kitchenette, private bath, garage;
phone and water. Phone 794
FOR RENT—Desirable farm; fifty
acres under cultivation; nice six
room dwelling. Just out of city lim
its, near paved road. Phone or seo
Mrs. F. W. Griffin, Americus, Ga.
30-4 t |
SEVERAL PERoONS inquired at
the limes-Recorder office for
places to secure room ‘.nd board.
And advert sement in .his colu-.n
would have been se‘ll by them.' A
word to the w>se should he enough.
Phone 99 for laces. —24-ts.
FOR SALE—OiI range, baby car
riage and table lamp. See C. L.
Hall, Atlantic Ice and Coal Co.
STRAIGHT SALARY—S3S.OO per
week and expenses. Man or wom
an with rig to introduce EGG PRO
DUCER. Eureka Mfg. Co., East St.
Louis, 111.—30-2 t
MEN'WANTED—To qualify for rail
road and industrial traffic posi
tions. Salaries $40.00 to $75.00 per
week. Experience- not necessity if
willing to learn. See Mr. Marlow,'
Windsor Hotel, or phone for appoint-]
ment. -30-2 t
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Dr. David A. Porter, of Austin, |
Texas, is 92 and went to California
in the gold rush of 1849. He’s fond I
of modern life, and remarks: “They
say the automobile is carrying the
young people to hell, but even so, I
maintain it is better to ride than to I
Half of Dayton, Tenn., police force
got arrested the other day. His name
was John Coleman.
The woman governor of Texas has
issued more than 300 pardons, it be
ing easier to beg a lady’s pardon.
King of England’s doctor is visit
ing in the United States, perhaps to
give the king a rest.
In Florida a man went crazy.
Thought he was the devil. Men
shouldn’t always believe what their
wives say about them.
A Body Builder for
FOR SALE—Fire Brick, Fire Clay
and Flue Linings. Jno W. Shiver
FIGURE with us on your Paint, Var
nish, Flat Wall Coatings, Roof
and Barn Paint. Jno. W- Shiver.
CROSLEY RADIO better costs less.
Authorized sales service station.
Wallis Electric Co., 113 S. Lee St.
FOR SALE—MuIe; cheap for cash.
Apply W. J. Perry, 746 Wheatley
FOR SALE—Don’t forget our good
Fulghum Oats; pulverized sheep
manure gives best results. For garden i
lawn and flowers. Planter} Seed &
Drug Co., phone 502.—27-5 t
ELECTRIC LIGHT BULBS For'
city and farm,'all sizes General
electrical and battery work. Wallis
GET PAY EVERY DAY—Distribute
150 necessary products to estab-1
lished users. Extracts, Soaps, Food
Products, etc. World’s largest com
pany will back you with surprising
plan. Write the J. R. Watkins com-;
pany, Pept Jl7, 62-70 W. lowa St.,
FOR CHRISTMAS PRESENTS —|
Buy Raincoats, Rubber Aprons and
Shopping Bags. S. R. Johnson, phone
695. 311 N. Lee St., Americus, Ga. ■
ANOTHER PIANO SACRIFICE
Due to inability to keep up pay
ments, we have had a high-grade pi
ano, in the best of condition, turned
back to us. This instrument we can,
sell for a rare bargain, gwing terms
to responsible parties. For full par-!
ticulars, address Ludden & Bates, At
lanta, Ga. —30-lt
FOR SALE —Chrysanthemums. Mrs.
W. H. Bowers. Phone 249. —30-lt_
MONDAY AFTERNOON. NOVEMBER 30. 1925
After buying our winter clothes
we know just how the French feel
about their war debts.
If we only could keep the coal
j prices down where we keep the coal.
Even if you did start life as a
baby, you should outgrow it.
Better be deciding what to give
your wife for Christmas so she can
change your mind in time.
I WE ARE HAPPY TO ANNOUNCE A
RAISE INTHE HEN MARKET
We can use 300 heavy Hens first of this week.
Fresh Country Eggs, 50c Dozen
AMERICUS HATCHERY & SUPPLY CO.
TODAY AND TUESDAY
DUDLEY’S QPERA QOUSE
WHO'LL TAKE ME?
ADOLPH ZUAOt .
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FLORENCE ViDOR EDWARD EVERETT HORTON
Suppose a sweet brown-eyed, warm-lipped maid snuggled up
to you and said—MARRY MEI
The story of a girl who said she was married and had to "show
She started right out after dinner and had to have a husband
by morning I
"Marry Mel”—and before she knew it she had two husbands.
There are 38 ways of proposing to a girl—and thia ia the 39th 1
"Marry Me" would make even a wooden Indian laugh!
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Nights, 10c, 15c and 20c
Afternoon Shows Begin at 3
Night Shows Begin at 7
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Q. L. Skinner of Los Angeles
inmate of the San Quentin (Calif.)
state prison, invented a new oil drill
clutch while a convict. He turned
down an offer of $500,000 for it and
says he expects to make a million
when he is released, a year from now
He’s in for forging a check.
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